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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 18, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00279
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'i IN'JULY Local Merchants are Enjoying- People1 as They Come and Go- "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS. Another change la time card on the f't Iff

Day Off, Down Lake Worth.A People Whom You'May or :Miss Diamond entertained a few F. E. C. R'y, which travellers will do ,I :

t Well Earned Rest. Hay; Not Know., Calends at a' pineapple party at The well to note.L. .',-/f

Palma on Monday evening A, Wilson! has moved his shoe shop ,

STATE COMMITTEE ISSUES A CALLThe The business men of West Palm Beachare Mr. W.'L Metcalf was' in Neptune on "The Leamington" has been rentedfor from the Beehive corner to one of the 11 ', I, ;

today enjoying a holiday. Tuesday: on legal business the summer months by Mrs. Ernest, Hatchett stores on Olive Street. ';'I'tl' j*

After a busy season it Is reasonable Judge Heyser, of Miami, was in the who has already taken possession. The special: services have been continued $' a,'.t'' '"It,' >'

15th of July Is the Date Named by the State Democratic to suppose that a day off will be greatly I city yesterday, calling on friends, An important meeting of Harmo- I all this week' at the Methodist c, 'v. ,
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appreciated Mr. A. P. Anthony Anthony Bros., nia Lodge, F. and( A. M. will 'be r'
Executive Committed, Which -Met In Jacksonville one town will not begrudge tie-merchants was in Miami yesterday on business. held tomorrow evening In the Masonic Send In' your subscription to THB 't '

their outing hall, at 8 o'clock. TROPICAL SUN, and the \ a
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Tuesday. Almost Every County Represented. Mr. Emlle D. Anthony, of West Palm keep posted. on ti
%Plans for the holiday wen started t '
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Beach;has resumed his studies at Stetson. From four to seven carloads of veg. .. news. i\\- 1[,'
early! in the week, A meeting was held University,.DeLand. etables from South Dade are being Your'winter guests who have gone r rt.j. "J' ,

jACKSONVlLi.tt April Jj.((Special) adopted, expressing the thanks of the i inthe attended News by office several ou representative Tuesday evening:business ,. Mr. Guy I. Metcalf, ex editor of TunTROPICAI shipped daily via the F. E. C. Railway, away north will: be Interested in West t t 1 # 1

Tile day opened up with a drizzling rain Democracy of Florida toIlou.. Frank men, when arrangements were SUN, has been. In Jacksonvillethis to northern cities. Palm Beach \\hy not send them TbB f :ws 'j ': ,.

and 'a general aspecj$ of gloom, but Clark, ex-chairman of the Stale Com. completed 'for chartering the steamer werk on business. The three upper flats of Scbmid's TROPICAL SUN ? y:; \Ii'AY( r

those conditions: seemed to have no miltee, for his services and ilevotlon' \ to Palm Beach to convey the picnickers to Mr, M. J. Varhorough.lhe: well known Commercial Hotel on Clematis Avenue, The Ladies' Aid Society of the Union ," }.\ '
effect keen and 'anx. the his removal from have been equipped with -acetylene\ gas Congregational churcji will meet this I,
dampening on the party, regretting Manalirpan, about ten miles. down Lake builder and contractor, has gone to <: \ ;, J
,ious interest of lliose to gather In'political Florida and commending- him to the Worth. Batesbtirg, S. C., on a business trip. fixtures, a
council In response to...the call of Democracy of Oklahoma Territory his The only regretable feature In;q,nec- I: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Hamer, ac Any persons contemplating a trip to Mrs CT. II. Maltby, to sew. 7,1-iy .

r'b Upn. J. E. Crane, of Hlllsborough\ Secretary new home. tion with the outicg Is that the ladies companied Mr. Frauklyn Sheen to Pompano North Carolina for the sumuif should 1 A gang of men started,] work yesterday vl.

of the State Democratic Executive : Right here occurred the only unpleasant were not included in the invitation.: on Saturday, spending Sunday at rend the advertisement of "rooms to morning on the foundation for the (0 ,', ,,; "

y Committee. i feature of the entire session, The blame for this belongs to the married that place. rent," published in tills Issue of Tint new Jefferson block at the corner of I I' .11 't
Secretary Crane called Senator C. L when Senator C. C. Wilson, of Polk of whom heard to Clematis Avenue'and Olive /Street. ; ,
men some were t.
i Wilson! of Jackson, to act as assistant county, a long time political foe, and nay they did not care to be bothered Messrs. Bert L. Kapp and Oliver SUN.Mrs.. Courtney it preparing to gn out The fancy goods' store conducted hero I' !!

secretary While he occupied the chair as for many years a personal enenly of the with their wives.. and daughters, and Warringer, two of Boyutou's prominent of business for the season and announces this season by Mrs Sargent In the Bee li I"
citizens in West Palm' Beach last
r presiding officer Until an organization courageous ex-chairman who has so despite the 'earnest pleadings of the were a special closing out sale of millinery Hive will ''close tomorrow. There are t ''fI I

could te Effected! and a successor elected 1 often and so neatly clipped the Senator's young bachelors, the motion to invite Saturday ou business. that will prove of special interest to still a few good bargains to be obtained ,ii'' '

",, to fill the vacancy in the Chairmanship, political' and professional wings, intto- the ladles wasoverwhelmingly defeated. I Senator Dimlck who has been spend. the ladies. In aluminum wares that are worth hay. t.t : .

raj-fcauecd by the removal from Florida ;>f duced a resolution Intended to be very, It was after 8 o'clock this morning!; lug a very pleasant winter looking after The regular weekly meeting of the ing. ; ,. I '\ '
*-"* Hon. Frank Clark. facetious and sarcastic, but its Intended his new orange grove" at Hypoluxo, .
when the steamer left Ihe wharf for the Woniana' Guild\ of the Holy Trinity Messrs. A. H. Otwell and Geo. A. r. ,: it, #
effect was lost Olthe committee who speak| a few days in town this week. t
Prom the outset it was clear: that the trip to Manalapati, and up to the hour of Mission will be held M the home of Mrs. McKinnpn, who. have successfully conducted "
enemies of the primary system were very properly ordered the resolution as going to press the'town had managed to Mr. R. Hudson Burr of Little River, Joseph Elliott, Thursday, April 24th, at the Palm Beach grocery on the "

goln?!? to leave no stones unturned\ read to 'be' !laid on the table lf'te'upungett and thenorder'etc xlat.witbouLtbg, city fathers. About who wile! a candidate for Railroad 3 p'clock. Luci.le Crutchfield secretary.Mrs. East Side, have sold out to the G. G. t. t ?,',
the and all 1 'fieleretica"o[ 'Comrnlmfo otier;r'aj.. the primaries, passed '
and machinery wireless Instrument
cripple /
handicap
the telegraph ;
noon Strohm .Company,, Mt Slroljm has. bad, .. ..;
the minutes: The votes these M. C. Madison has c:1'tI'ed': the r k "
tg operation of the primary plan but they from on here ceased to work and all communication through the city ou Monday euroute to the stock; removed to his' big store: fiTthe!!' ; .fr. t
propositions were unanimous and em. the Democratic Convention at Leamington for the season and is accommodating 1
cared '
bad no man in their camp who to Lea been cut off between the excursionists Jackson Jefferson block. "
make a sacrifice of himself in a measure pliatic, and the introducer of the resolution and those whom they have vine. summer guests at Purk r
took bill amid Cottage most favorably situated on the Tuesday evening was the reguTa'rmeeting w' : '
sent a silence which .
-4 of strength with Senator Arthur T. William left a home. Mr.. J. W. Sanders, formerly 'with t tat
spoke volumes of the felt for shore of Lake Worth, the location commanding night of the town council hut t ',
contempt
for the Chairmanship, so that gen. Au understanding, it is said, was ,arrived Anthony Bros.,, .has returned front a '
beautiful view and 7:30: o'clock only Chairman Potter 'I
and un-called for a directlyin '
so cowardly procedure.
llemau elected to the onerous his ; 1"
was very at, whereby no welcoming delegation visit to home at. Washington Ga.,
o'clock the afternoon sessionwas the path of the cool ocean breezes. and Councillors Burkbardt and Orwell :i
as welt as honorable position of chief of At 3:20:: with band, fireworks, etc., should and has taken a position as bookkeeper j ../ "
of the called to order, and the majority and lilt furniture During the past few days several were, on hand. Messrn. Dimick, Whid- I
the State organization parly greet the picnickers on their return this M. E. Gruber's hardware and M .
len and
minority of the committee on additions have been made the Yarborough Lanther were unavoidably A
JJie' first breeze was raised by the reports evening, as It was desired to make the establishment. to membership "
resignation A. C. primaries and rules were presented of the West Palm Beach Baud, absent An adjournment was il
of State Comptroller
home-comtng a very quiet and unostentatious Mr. George H. Count, of Enterprise\ ,
made till o'clock '
4 Wednesday alter. t
differed in the of date l
matter ICaulTman
Croom, who considered that he should They only event. Fla., who has been spending two weeks but) Professor still' has room
when when primaries should be held, C. L. for desirable interested in noon. .
.' npt act In the party organization in West Palm Beach, a guest at The youngmen D
candidate for nomiuation for a State Wilson and F. M. Slmoutou favoring music. Such an excellent opportunityto One of the pupils at Pell-Clarke Hall, 'f' -
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Palms, in the interest of the Elkhart
office His purpose was commendable, July agth, while Amos, Mlckler, Fearn- A PERMANENT\ RECTOR Mutual Life Association of Indiana, left study band music and learn an Instru. the Orlando Conservatory of Music\ is : ". ,J''

but the question was raised by Hon. J. aide, Wife) Callaway, Lamar and Barrs FOR HOLY TRINITYBishop Wednesday evening for Miami. went, stoup\ bu taken advautage of. > Miss\ Margaret Haas, niece of Mrs. 111.'I {-r

M. Darn father of the Primary Plat favored July 1510. The question of date > Mr. C. W. Scbmld has written the C. Madison, of Park Cottage.: Last Fri. :
settled Dr. II. C. Hood left West Palm Beach day night a recital was glean In Mrs.Munger's / ft'
'form, whetherJf this course were fol. was quickly by adopting .major Gray Hopes to Appoint Rev. J. J. Mayor that he is now at Hot Springs
ity recommendation., last Saturday to visit his orange grove on studio, in which :Miss Haastook J, .'
lowed by every prospective candidate Vaulx to the Episcopal Church a't Ark., whither he went in quest of relief '
On the itself the crucial the Loxahjthee river, accompanied by part, playing two piano selections di
present there would be left a quorum to report fight West Palm Boaeh. from rheumatism and other troubles.He J. !
:do busiuess. :Mr. Palmer challenged of the (bay was made wheu W. L. his mother who baa been spending the reports much benefit already received that were among the best numbers on r "if: ,

Mr. Barrs' knowledge,] of that point but Palmer, of Orange, sought to emasculate The prospects for securing a rector for winter here as the guest cf her son and and believes\ he will soon been the program.: -\t\,. \ ,
who will return in about a week to her
:Mr. Barre answered him to emphatically the primary principle by strikingout Holy Trinity Episcopal church are every Ind. Irely well, all of which will he pleasant The permanent summer schedule on ';"
northern home at Fort
and pointedly that the gentleman from the second section of the report. day growing brighter. Wayne, I information for his host of friends the Florida East Coast Railway came I aSlt

'Orange saw the point, and so did everybody This would practically operate to leave Through the efforts 6f the Ladies' Mr. James E. Isgrlgg:, who has given in this town'. Into effect last Monday giving a daily i ty
the county primaries a sort of go-as-you. a practical illustration of his faith in ervtce. of one train' each north and .
else. Guild about\ $500 is now in the bank, The heavy thunder shower of Tuesday way t .
please, with no recognition of the the progress and prosperity of West south. The north-bnund train for Jacksonville T Ii
..' From this stage of the proceedings onto and this amount of money will be augmented I afternoon anLtbestiil heavier oue of ,
-J"'I" the end of the session the lines be. authority of the State Committee. from time to time till a sufficient Palm Bench by making extensive bUIld. Wednesday brought great relief to the and Intermediate, points, leaves j ,

tween the primary supporters and the On this proposition each side realized amount has been raised to warrant the ing and real estate investments, left for portions of Dade County where the rata West Palm Beach at 8:58: a. iyt. and the l; $
that the corporation crowd bad their his summer home In Indianapolis, Ind, noulh-hound train for Miami (
corporation forces were pretty closely building of a rectory ou the vacant! lot fell. The truck and fruit growers who < and intermediate ti
drawn, and the first break made by the last and only chance to pierce the adjoining the church. on Monday. Mr. Isgrigg will return were beginning to get anxious because points, at 7:40: p. m.' f '1 r

latter was when Mr. Wells, of Washing primary armor. Judge Rauey, of' ...eon, Bishop Gray has written to prominent here early next season. of continued dry weather, were made An old resident of West Palm Beach, !'

ton, introduced as an amendment to"a led the attack, ably assisted by Palmer, members of toe West Palm beach con Capt. George G. Gleason, superintend especially happy, though in town the Fred Myers, aged over So years, died at .

resolution entered by Hon. Frank M, of Orange, Ellis, of Gadsden, H..aly, of gregation: practically announcing that ent of dredging for the Florida CoastLine showers were greatly appreciated, too. the home of Mrs. San demon on Monday. .1
Sluionton the follow- Vol usia. The primary people were led Canal and Transportation Company deceased of UUlsboroiiKn, the appointment of a permanent rector Mr. Fred Bachniauu has. concluded: The was an Englishman hy
111'g7"pro..lded.( by J. M. Barre, of Duval, Robert :McNa. for this parish/ has been made, and that now operating near Boca Latoiie another reason on Lake Worth and has birth and was well known locally, having t

further, That the several: i nice, of Hlllsborough, T. E. Wells andJ. Re.... J. J. Vanlx. of Fayetteville -Ark., passed through the city last Saturday in Monument Beach, Mass.. near lived in 'this section nearly fifty

county committees .hall determine Emmett Wolfe, of Escainbla, and F. has been selected. The bishop is In his steam launch euroute to Jupiter, 16 gone Buzzard's Bay, famous as the summer years. The funeral was held on Tuesday K .+

whether the counties: shall nominate I M. Slmonlon, of Billsborough, communication: with Rev. Mr. Vaulx Inspect the canal work between West home of Joseph Jefferson and Grover Rev. Dr. Paine, pastor of the Union f +

for county officers by primaryor A roll call was demanded on the and the probability Is that he will accept Palm Beach and Jupiter.Mr. Cleveland. Fred Is a popular and skillful Congregational church conducting the q

by convention." proposition and it was close enough the offer and with his family, make Fred B. Curtias, of Buffalo, N. Y, tonsorial artist, and this season had services at the house' and also at tbe r
that old war horse Nat from start to finish to gratify the tastes his home and-field of at Palm Beach Lake View '
This brought West Palm" Beach a large property owner charge of the shaving parlors In The grave in Cemetery

R. Walker, of Wakhlla to his feet and of those who love close contests. The labor. .... who with his sister, Miss Curtiss, has Palm Beach, "next to the largest hotel Rev George Moore, D. D., of Mo-
lie offered a substitute to the amend' vote stood :14 to :32 against Palmer'sreaolutiob --- .aVisiting ,been spending the winter season here, ia the world." mence. Ill will hold services in Holy a- .

ment the primary plank in' the Democratic to amend. Even then l Mr, In St. Augustine.Mr. left for the North Tuesday: morning. He Trinity Episcopal church In this town .; ''a
e platform just as adopted by the Palmer demanded, a verification of the T. M. Lenehan, bookkeeper of the and :Miss Curtlss will\ visit Ormond St. A jolly gathering was that held last on Sunday next. The first sermon will y \'
vote to satisfy him that he had lost. Polnciana and Breakers at Palm night at the Arcade in the Masonic. d
State Convention of 1900, This drastic Royal ; Augustine, Charleston and Washington 'be at n a. 01. and at this service Rev.
From then on the primary people Beach is shaking bands with old friends ,block. A benefit ball wag given by Up-1 j
move took their breath, and much as before returning home. Mr. Moore will announce the hour of
many of them would have liked to do knew they were the, victors and the today. Mr. Leuehan's genial, bretzy I Mrs. B. de Vebtfr Morgan, of New church lodge No. 15, Ancient Order of tbe afternoon seivlce. The reverend I'
and it attended
seemed "hacked" from the him where United Workmen was bya .A
corporation favorite
1 it didn't dare on record in that disposition makes a I rr
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been
they go York, who. with her little daughter gentleman visiting points
bath and l
moment the vote lost.A will find great many people young
shape, so Mr. Walker's substitute prevailed was ever be goes and he always a Dorothy, has been staving In West Palm bid. The were unanimous in Ions the East Coast, and with Mrs. I IKflj.
by the emphatic affirmative of campaign committee was appointed, warm welcome' from his host of friends Beach for month left guesta Moore U staying in Miami. At
a past, on Monday affair the i
the 'much
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of consisting of J. K. Wolfe, of Esnambla, In the Ancleut City.-St. Auguutlue voting a great success '.
,the faithful and painful acquiescence morning for JJaytona, St Augustine, solicitation of local church people he .
D. of Lake M Barra of and Hot Springs. Mrs. of which Is due to the committee of I
J. CaMaway, J. Record. Jacksonville :
the opposition has consented to officiate here
...-- Is celebrated of Messrs. f, Hoffman andP. on Sun ij"
Morgan a painter miu- management J.
A committee of nine was next appointed Duval, P. J. Pearnside, of Putnam and day. r'Y '
Grand attire portraits, her patrons includingmany A. Day. t '
i draft and submit a call for W.. L. Palmer, of Orange."! Attending Lodge. .+'
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of the moat prominent society
schools of West
primaries, rules to govern the same, and The fotlowiug new State Committee. Mr. Geo, L Branntng, cashier of the people of the Eastern and Southern About ten days ago Mrs Lulu Mary The Palm Beach, Palm h1/ 4 1
to set a. date for the primaries. The men were named to fill\ vacancies: J. Dade County State Bank,'has been in States.Dr. Rails, acolored woman who lives In the Beach and Mangonia, it is rumored area, r m

committee was Instructed to meet during M\. Cafdwell.of Hamilton; Oeo, C. Martin Tampa this week attending the Graud L. D. Waterman, of Indianapolis, Styx: : over at Paint Beach .accl Hernaudo; T. B. King:, of DeSou; Lodge of the Independent Order of Ind., who is one of the most interestingand overturned a coal oil lampi The lamp Z T. Merritt, of the Dade County School i ,
tc the' noon recess. announced and A., W. Cockrell, of Duval Odd Fellows as the' representative from also Interested of West Palm Beach' fell to due floor igniting her clothing!! Board, who has: been in town this, week, ;
I, J. McCall, of Hamilton, West Palm Beach. winter visitors\ left for his northern intimated that an Improvement is to be "
which alutostcompletelydestroyed.The f
his candidacy for the position of State --.-- home last Sunday. The genial doctor was
marie, the combining: tbe school
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Comptroller, and tendered bis resigna Heavy ShIpments of Produce. naturally makes plenty of friend and I Is burn on the body were ot a frightful reduce i'
It was decided that vacancies on the welt successful and and the endured tending to- the expenditure andat t.l
known as a clever natnre poor woman tlll
tion. On motion, his resignation was Saturday night's trains on the Florida .
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State Committee be hereafter filled by fisherman. Indeed this season he goes terrible suffering till early Momlii the same time giving the children t%,
_ y laid over for future action by this com. East Coast Railway, carrying' vegetables ..
yF the County Executive Committlee of home carrying away with him the honorof I when death welcome belter- educational advantages. This w
!( mitten When Mr. Groom's resignation the county affected, and that vacancies from South Dade, had 99 freight cars having. caught the Urgent blue fish morning came all.a will mean either the enlarging of the i ,\ '.
'7 would be acted on. loaded, and eight express cars that bal 1 liver taken from Lake Worth, one relief. TtWbody was "taken to Miami present school bnlldlau or the erection ". '
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JULY Local Merchants are Enjoying a People, as They Come' and Go- "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS.. Another change/ in time card on the i ,

Day Off, Down Lake Worth.A People Whom You May or Miss Diamond entertained a few F. B. C. R'y whn.li: travellers will do I), '(I.'

Well Earned Best. May Not Know., lends at a pineapple party at The well to note.L. t ..., .;. ,"
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Palms- on Monday evening; A. Wilson has moved his shoe shop t" (

STATE COMMITTEE ISSUES A CALL The busmens men of 1 West Palm Beach Mr. W''f. Metcalf wan in Neptune on "The Leamington" has been rented from tbe jtieehlve corner to one of the If 'i ,II

are today enjoying a holiday. Tuesday: on legal business. (for the summer months by Mrs. Ernest, Ilatcuett stores ou Olive Street. .

After a busy season it is reasonable Judge Heyser, of Miami was in the who, ,has. already taken possession.An The special services have been continued ,:;t'rl

to that a day off will be greatlyappreciated yesterday all this) week at the Methodist J .
suppose city calling on friends.Mr. important meeting of Hkrmo*
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The 15th of July Is Date Named by the State Democratic I.
of this Church. ,
and the good people A. P. Anthony Anthony Bros, nia Lodge( F. and A. M. will beheld t
Executive Committee,. Which .Met In Jacksonville on town will not begrudge tbermerchantatUeir was iu Miami yesterday on business. tomorrow evening In the Masonic Send in your subscription to Tu$ i'\'\ '
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Tuesday. Almost Every County Represented.jACKSONViLi.tt outing hall, at 8 o'clock. TROPICAL SUN, and keep posted on the ; ; '
: started c Mr. Bailie;; D. Anthony, of West Palm
$: :Plans for the holiday werfc Beach: From four to seven carloads of vegetables local news. .\' /
week has resumed his studies at Stetson t ,
early in tbe A meeting was held
/ University DeL nd. from South Uaile are being Your-wlnler guests who have gone .\1'\) /1' -
in'the News office Tuesday evening, "' '
ou shipped daily via the F. E. C. Railway norlh will be Interested in
April Ij.-(Special)- adopted, expressing the thanks of the attended by several representative busluess Mr. Guy I. Metcalf, ex editor of Tnt away West'f\,
'The day opened up with a drizzling rain Democracy of Florida to lion. Frank men, when arrangements were TOPICAI SUIT, has been in Jacksonville to northern cities. Pulin Bench. Why not send them Tint : !.

and a general nspecj$ of gloom, but Clark, ex-chairman of the State Com. completed for chartering the steamer this werk on business. The three upper flats of Schmid's TROPICAL SON ? : .-

1'boseconditions seemed to have no mittee, for his services and devotion to Palm Beach to convey the picnickers toMaualupan Mr, M. J., Yarhorough.the: well known Commercial Hotel on Clematis Avenue The Ladies' Aid Society of the Union J!'.) t ,

dampening effect on the keen and 'anx the party, regretting his removal from about ten miles,! down take bnllder and contractor, has gone to have been equipped with -acetylene gaa Congrejrntional church, will meet this ,t"

.. ious intereat of those to gather In' political Florida and commending him to the Worth. Bateaburg, S. C., on a business trip. fixtures, a decided improvement.! afternoon nt 3 o'clock at the home of #< ,


council in response tothe call ofHon. Democracy of Oklahoma Territory, his The only regretnble feature In.coW'ec:,- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Hamer, ao; Any persons contemplating a trip to Mrs. G. II Malthy, to sew. f' I :

J. E. Crane, of Hlllaborough Secretary new liouie, tlon with the outicg Is that the ladies companied Mr. Frauklyn Sheen to Pompano North Carolina for the summer should A ping of men started work yesterday t, ,"

of the State Democratic Executive Right here occurred the only unpleasant were not included In the invitation. on Saturday, spending; Sunday at read the advertisement of "rooms to morning on the foundation for the I< l' 1;

,Committee. feature of the entire session, Tbe blame for this belongs to tbe married that place. rent" published in this issue of Till? new Jefferson block at the corner of I' ,\... ;
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Secretary Crane called. Senator C. If when Senator C. C. Wilson, of Folk of whom heard to Clematis Avenue and Olive Street. t .. ,

Wilson, of Jackson, to act O3 assistant county, a long time political foe, and say men they some did not care to were be bothered Messrs.. Bert L. Kapp and Oliver! SUN.Mrs.. Courtney is. preparing to gn out The fancy goods, store conducled here i' .. 't'

secretary wliile he occupied the chair as for many years a personal enenly of the With their ,,ives and daughters, and Warrlngcr, two of Boynlou's prominent ,of business for theoeason and announces. thin season by Mr Sargent in the Bee I .
citizens were in West Palm Beach last
presiding officer Until an organization courageous ex-chairman who has so despite tbe "earnest pleadings of the business. a special closing out sale of millinery Hive nlll, clone tomorrow. There are t,

could te ejected and a successor elected often aod, so neatly clipped the Senator's young bachelors, (he motion to invite Saturday on that will prove-of special interest to still n few good, bargains to be obtained ; "
fill the iu the Chairmanship political and wings Intto- Senator Dimlck who has been spend''
to professional
\'i vacancy 1
the ladles overwhelmingly defeated. the ladies. In aluminum wares that are worth having. t :, '
caused by the removal from Florida ,of duced a resolution Intended to be ] ing a very pleasant winter looking after
very It
\ after 8 o'clockhl.. morning ,
It was !: The regular weekly I meeting of the ,if t.'!
Hon. Frank Clark facetious and sarcastic, but its intended his new orange grov'e at Hrpoluxo, :
when the steamer left the wharf for the Wouians' Guild of the Holy Trinity Messrs. A. B. Otwell and Geo. A. 1: i ": ;
effect lost 01lhe committee who spen a few days in town this week. "
From the outset It was clear that the was trip to Manalapau, and up to the hour of Mission will! be held nt the home of Mrs. McKinnon, who have successfully conducted ";
enemies of the primary system were very properly ordered the resolution as the'town had managed to Mr. R. Hudson! Burr of Little River, f
going to press Joseph Elliott, Thursday, April 24th, at the l'alm Deach grocery on the \" .
Kolnif, ,to leave no stones unturned to read' (to be laid on the- tablel and then "' iu-wijibout..the; city fathers. About who wiljje) a candidate for Railroad 3 o'clock. Lucile Crutchficld, secretary.Mrs. East Side, have sold out to the G. G. J' '. '."
and the and ord' j. d'.It' refeVeuce ta? 1r"expungtcf< tont"llurotlr''al the primaries passed +
,
handicap machinery telegraph instrument
c/lpple: the wireless
Strohm
\.. noon ,Company, Mr;.SlrcJjmJiaaJjady.the .. .
M."C.
:l but from the minutes? The votes on these through the city ou Monday euroute to Madisonbaa elided the '
operation of the primary plan, they here ceased to work and all communication stock removed to his big store iiTttie: f' :
propositions were unanimous and emphatic the Democratic Convention at Leamington for the season and is accommodating 4;
!lad no man in their camp who cared to h. s been cut off between the excursionists Jackson Jefferson block. )
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and the introducer of the resolution summer guests at Park I a'
make a sacrifice of himself iu a measure and those whom they have ville. '
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took bis amid silence which Cottage most favorably situated on the I Tuesday evening was the regular ; ,
Wil.liauis seat a
of strength with Senator Arthur T. left a home. Mr., J. W. Sanders, formerly with '
volumes of shore of Lake Worth, the location com meeting night of the town council, hut t ,1.
tint felt for
for the Chairmanship, ao that gentleman spoke contempt An understanding, it Is said, was ,arrived < Anthony1 Bros., .has, returned from a
minding a beautiful view and directly at 7:30: o'clock only Chairman Potter .'
and un-called for
,
waS elected to the rety onerous so cowardly procedure at, whereby no welcoming delegation visit to bis home at, Washington, Ga., .
At o'clock the afternoon session In the path of the cool ocean breezes. and Councillors Burkhardt and Otwell ,
:
as well as honorable position of chief of yio with band fireworks, etc., should and has taken a position as bookkeeper ,i.
,the State organization of the party.Qje WAS .ailed to order, and the majority and greet the picnickers ou their return this in M. B. Gruber's hardware and' furniture During the past few da>'s several ,were on hand. Meson". Dimick, Whld- I'. I

first breeze was raised by the minority reports of the committee on evening, as it was desired to make the establishment. additions have been made to the membership len Yarboroiigh and Lanther were unavoidably ... :f.
primaries and rules were presented. of the West Palm Beach Baud iihsent. Ana resignation of State Comptroller A. C and
home-coming a very quiet unostentatious Mr. George: H. Count, of Enterprise\ made till! 4 o'clock Wednesday alter- ,
who considered that he should They differed only in Ole matter of date but Professor Kauffman still has room "
Croom, event. Fla., who bas been spending two weeks i'
act la the organization when when primaries should be held, C. 1.. for desirable young men interested inpiuslc. noon. i
not party --e. in West Paint Beach a guest at The ,
candidate for nomination for a Stale Wilson and F. M. Simonton favoring Palms in tbe interest of the Elkhart Such an excellent opportunity One of the pupils at Pelt.Clarke Hall J :

.office. His purpose was commendable, July Jglli, while Auios Mickler, Fearu- A PERMANENT RECTOR Mutual Life Association of Indiana left to study band music and learn an instrument the Orlando Conservatory of Music ia "

,but the question was raised by Hon. J. side, Wolfe' Callaway, Lamar and Barrs FOR HOLY TRINITY' Wednesday evening for Miami. should\ be taken advantage of Miss Margaret Haas, niece of :Mrs M. f ':,,1 l.: .

M. Barrs,, father of tbe Primary Flat favored July I jth. The question of date Mr. C. W. Schmid has written the C. Madison, of Park Cottage.: Last Fri t T{ -z:.'
H. C. Hood left Went Palm Beach
form, whether-lf this courae were followed was quickly settled by adopting .majority Bishop Cray Hopes to Appoint Rev. J. J. Dr. Mayor that he la now at Hal: Springs day night a recital wai gl/en in Mrs. l : JtMunger' \
last to visit his
Saturday on
orange grove
.
in '
studio which Miss Haas
.
candidate recommendation.On Ark. whither he went in of relief r I
by every prospective Vaulx to the Episcopal Churoh at quest
present there would be left a quorum to the report itself the crucial fight West Palm Beach. the Loxahathee: river, accompanied by from rheumatism and other troubles.He took part, playing two piano selections J. "''\ '
bis mother who has been the
do business. Mr. Palmer challenged of the hay was made when "W. L. spending reports much benefit already received were among the best numbers on 1t\i'i'tbat
winter here the cf her and
as son
Mr. Barra' knowledge of that point but Palmer, of Orange, sought to emasculate The prospects for securing a rector for j guest and believes. he will soon been the program.- f I. 1i.J
who will returu in about a week to her :
.Mr. Barra answered him 10 emphatically the primary principle by striking Holy Trinity Episcopal church are every northern home at Fort Wayne, Ind. irely well, all of which will be pleasant The permanent summer schedule on ::4
and pointedly that the gentleman front out tbe second section of the report. day growing brighter. Information for his host of friends the Florida Bast Coast Railway came i J"i

Orange saw the point, and so did every* This would practically operate to leave Through the efforts 6f the Ladies' Mr. James E. Isgrigg, who has given in this town. into effect last Monday, giving a daily ,I,

body else. the county primaries a sort of go-as-you- Guild about $500 Is now In the bank, a practical illustration of his faith In The heavy thunder shower of Tuesday "ervice of one train' each way, north and .,' ,/tROllth.

, From this stage of the proceedings onto please, with" no recognition of the and this amount of money will be augmented the progress and prosperity of West afternoon and.the still heavier one of The north-bound train for JackAonville r it'

the end of the session the Hues between authoiiry of the State Coaimittee. from time to time till a sufficient Palm Bench by making extensive build Wednesday brought: great relief to the and Intermediate, points, leaves I tt

the primary supporters and the On this proposition each side realized amount has been raised to warrant the ing and jfeal estate investments, leit for portions of Dade County where the rata West Palm Beach At 8:58 a. iji. and the < ,
that the crowd bad their hit. summer home in Indianapolis! '; Ind., south-bound train frr hiter.
corporation forces were pretty closely corporation building of a' rectory ou the vacant. lot fell. The truck and fruit growers who Miami and S' ;,' "if
drawn, and the first break made by the last and only chance to pierce the adjoining the church. on Monday. Mr. Isgrigg will return were beginning to get anxious because mediate points, at 7'40: P* ni.' 1,

latter :was when Mr. Wells, of Washington primary armor. Judge Rauey, of Leon, Bishop I Gray has written to prominent here early next season. of continued dry weather, were made An old resident of West Palm Beach, ;t

introduced as an amendment to" aresolution'ottered led the attack, ably assUted by Palmer, members of toe Wfst Palm Bench" congregation Capt. George G. Gleason, superintendent especially happy, though: in town the Fred Myers, nged over 80 years, died at

\ by Hon. Frank M. of Oraflge, Kills, of Gada
Simonton, of Hillsborough, the following Volusla, The primary people were led the appointment of a permanent rector Canal and Transportation Company Mr. Fred Bachmaun has concluded The deceased wall an Englishman ry t.

,J ""? 0"Provided by J. M. Barrs, of Duval, Robert McNa. for this parish bas been made, and that now operating near Bora Latone, another reason on Lake Worth and has birth and was well known locally, having -

further, That the several; nice, of Hillsborough, T. B. Wells and Re\'. J. J, Vaulx, of Fuyetteville,. Ark., passed through the city last Saturday iu to Monument Beach, Muss., near lived in this section nearly fifty

county committees; -ehall determine J. Enimelt Wolfe of Escatnblj, and F. has been selected. The bishop IIn his steam launch, enroute to Jupiter, to gone Buzzard's Bay, famous as tbe summer y ars. The fuuernl was held on Tuesday #,

whether the counties shall nominate M. Simonlon, of Hillsborough. communication with Rev. Mr. ,Vaulx Inspect the canal' work between West home of Joseph Jefferson and Grover Rev Dr. Paine, pastor of the Union

candidates for county officers by primary A roll call waa demanded on the and the probability is that he will\ accept ''I Palm Beach and Jupiter. Cleveland. Fred is a popular and skillful Congregational: church conducting tbe ,

or by convention." proposition and it was clone enough the offer and with his family, make Mr. Fred B, Curtias, of Buffalo, N. Y tonsorlul artist, and this season had services at the house! and also at the t

This brought: that old war horse Nat from start to finish" to gratify the taatea West Paint Beach his home and, field of, a large property owner at Palm Beach, charge of the shaving parlors In The grave m Lake View Cemetery.Rtv. ,

R. Walker, of Wakulla to his feet and of those who love close contests. The labor. I who with his sister. Miss Curllss has Paint Beach, "next to tbe largest hotel George Moore, D. D., of Motuence. f

lie offered'a substitute to- the amendment vote stood 34 to S3 against Palmer'sresolution .e. been upending the winter season here in the world." ,,I 111 will hold services in Holy d'

the primary plank In tbe Deuio-, to amend, Even then Mr. Visiting In St. Augustine.: '' left for the North Tuesday morning. He Trinity episcopal church in this tcwnon
era tic platform just as adopted by the Palmer demanded, a verification of the Mr. T. M. Leoehao bookkeeper of the and Miss Curtlss will viait Ormond, St. A jolly gathering was tbut held last Sunday next. The first sermon will ,
"
vote to satisfy hlul that he bad lost. and Breakers at Palm night at the Arcade In the Masonic
Foinclana Charleston and
Convention of This drastic Royal Augustine, Washington "be
State 1900 at TI a. m. oud< at this service Rev.
F/om then on the primary people is hands with old friends! block. A benefit bail waif given by Up- .
move took their breath, and much as Beach, shaking before returning home. Mr. Moore will announce the hour of
many of them would have liked to do.t.tit knew they were the vlclors and the today. Mr. Lenehan's genial breezy Mrs. B. deVebtff Morgan, of New church lodge No. 15 Ancient Order of I tbe afternoon seivice. The reverend I.
seemed "hacked" from the him favorite where United Workmen aullt was attended by
they didn't dare go: on record Iu that corporation disposition makes a York who, with her little daughter both and' gentleman lias been visiting points t
mOrDent the lost. will find a a great many people young
vote and he
Mr. Walker's substitute prevailed was ever he goes always has been InVest Palm the Batt Coast
shape, so Dorothy, staving old. The unanimous In along and with Mr .
by the emphatic affirmative of A campaign committee waa: appointed, warm welcome from his host of friends Beach for a month past, left ou Mon.tayUlornlug guests were Moore l I.. staying in, Miami. At tbe I.
voting the affair a great success, llicho
the faithful and painful( acquiescence of constating of ;J. K. Wolfe, of Escambla, in the Ancieut City.-St. Augustine for Daytona, St Ai'guatlne solicitation of local chuich people lie )
D. of take M. Barrs of Jacksonville and Hot Springs Mrs. ( which is due to the committee of
J. CaMaway, J. Record.
the opposition.A committee. of nine was next appointed Dilval F, J. Fearnside of Putnam and __ _- Morgan la a celebrated painter of nunalure management, Messrs. J. f>. Hoffman and bas consented; to officiate here an Sun
dsv.
W. L. Palmer of Attending Grand LocJ e. portraits, her patrons including P. A. Day.About t ,
draft,and submit a call for Orang- of tb.
to many most prominent society The schools of West Palm Beach : '1
primaries, rule to govern the same, amito The following'new State Committeemen Mr. Oeo, L Branning, cashier' of the people of the Bastern and Southern ten days ago Mrs Lulu Mnry Palm J ,
'set date for the primaries. The were named to fill vacancies: J. Dado County State Bank, has been iu States. Rails, a'colored woman who lives in tbe Bench. and Uangonla[ it is rumored, are, I

committee a _Instructed: to meet during M. Cal'dwellof( Hamilton; Oeo. C. Mar Tampa this week attending the Grand Dr. L. D. Waterman, of Indianapolis, Stjx::, over at Palm-Beach, accidentally l to he amalgamated: Superintendent; ,
tin, Ilernaudo; T. B. King, of DeSota; Lodge of the Independent Order of Ind., who is one of the moat interesting overturned a coal oil lamrx The lamp Z T Merritt, of the Dade County School
the' noon receas. and A. W. Cockrell, Duval. Odd Fellows, as the. representative. from and also Interested of West Palm Beach's fell to tile floor, Igniting her clothing! Board, who taB been In town this week, i
I. J. McCall of Hamilton, announced! West Palm Beach. winter visitor, left for his northern intimated that an improvement is to be
--- which almost completely destro ed flf
his candidacy for the pouidou of State ------ home last Sunday. The genial: doctor ; was > made, the combining of the tc'aool 1 >
Notes) and Co ments. The burn on the body were ot a (frightful
Comptroller, and tendered hii resignation. Heavy Shipments of Produce. naturally makes plenty of friends and l It
It was decided that vacuncles on the welt known as a. successful and clever nature anl the poor woman rnduredtenible tendlug to reduce the expenditure and t
On motion, Ma resignation was Saturday night'* traius on the Florida
State Committee be hereafter filled by fisherman. Indeed this season he goes suffering till early MoinUj, at tbe mme time giving the chlldrrnbelter. l
( laid over for future action' by th< com.niittea tbe County Executive Cotnmiutee of Hast, Coast Railway carrying vegetables home carrying away with him the honor r when death welcome
i morning came
( )' When Mr. Croonv's resignation the county affected, and kliat vacancies from South Dade, had 39 freight( cars of having caujrht the (urgent blue fish an a wilt menu, either the enlarging of the -5;X
If would be acted oil. .. landed and eight express cart that ba'i I ver taken from Lake Worth, one I relief, The body was'taken to Miami prceut chool buildinir or the erection, ft< ),. '

resolution, .. wa!..her, presented and Continued on "a.e tuo.J) about auo crates la>> the car. weighing I4X pounds. for interment.. of another building adJ ''nlp4![,. ... .-ft'\",' ''

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t:? t WI' :" THE TROPICAL SUN. ahrowd) means, fluent speeches, agreements For some time past the need has PROFESSIONAL CARDS :..... ..........................................-.,.. tt'.I
, \ bargains, alleged pleas for been keenly felt in West Palm Beach -"'- "
!" \" \ 'fJ : Newly, Furnlsh Throughout.. .tea $i.o pee '
',' __ ...'erpaperOI( D clc Comity, Floc' da.'i harmony und'what not lead. the,convention for a public assembly; and( -eutertain- <>, (7,UOII..IHI1'onTIe. Into, ...(11111>>111.OUILt.INGWOU.'JU& .. 8p..Ja.. 1 tat.. by ray Ut.*k,oej :Iuanths

;", around by the nose to do ment hell There Is, at>.Drwjont! uo : ; OVJUUJIl .
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_,1,1'" "" TROPICAL SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY pretty much whatever the moving place in which public gatherings, for .- : .,,' j THE. :

ls; ;,1 ?.yt.: HARRY L. BROWN MANAOSR spirits wish." purposes of amusement and enter ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, '

.".1'""'\'i"ii'i'i'i: ';): !>Uat.laH BVIRV FBIOAV tainment can be held,,butt the building : ""Went 12.Bf'W Palm' Beach- 'tL'la. I ;;Commercial., Hotel 1 i

; 4: AT Wt.T "AI.M,BIAOH. OAOI COUNTY. 1.0"IOA. the to be erected by Drpwajerraanat n ,. '
a ,.. "A visitor to Gainesville, says "
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the corner of Clematis;! avenue and I.. : CLEMATIS AVENUE, NEAR JEFFERSON :
b'pp'!! SUBSCRIPTION PRiCe JZ.OO A YEAR. Gainesville News, "remarked' In the ftHSTOAIiP, BLOCK "' .
provide hall
j of the News. man a few daysIJA'O Poinsettivstreot a M
? ty \ ICntferetl at the ronloffleer of Weal Palm Benchiccoudclan presence sixty feet in length, so! arranged that ATTORNEY, .Ar-LAW, : : C, W. SOHMID. Proprietor' :
: ,,''ft..... a. matter. : 'I'll declare there are more NOTARY'PVIJLld': .
",, ., pretty girls; in this, town than any }Jt can be used for a lodge room and, Will\ practice' CountyetatePn4'ederal: '' Special Attention '
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> FltlDAY. APRIL 19. 10O3.: place 1 know of to its size' It's when occasion demands, ran b e Courts to. All W Rooms tfghtcd l' ,

','1 cleared lodge furniture and utilized LAND CASES A 8PBciiTV.Offlcnln : Travelling Men 4
1 plain to be seen that this particular ; ,' ," With Gas :
,,: SOMETHING SHOULD BE DONE. Palm for an' assembly or"entertainment! TiiovioAt' 8P" Block, '.
visitor has been in Week
never : Free
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( ',' Unless the town of West Pnlm Beach. hall. Thi-4 new feature will be greatly West Palm! Borsch: Dml I. County,: Xlorlda. .. 'f.tt. Sample y ., Room, :: ,

1I )!i ;Ll Beach wishes to see Insurance rates -.--- appreciated by the public..;' !M'\.: M. '., .... )............" ..........................." ..'r:........ '

d J ix t placed at a prohibitive scale If indeed All the benefits/ to be derived from .. .'iJ T. "I lie SATWDKIIS. JP., ; .

r+ ,,: ,. insurance be not denied u,* altogeth; the adoption of the primary system A happy thought it wan to suggest A'I7VllNBY,4f, ; LAWtCorner ,

'!. er, some action hnd best be taken, have flvldentlynot yet been brought a holiday\ 'for the businessmen. The OH vo and Datura Streets'. PARK eTTflGETransient '

i :! ,' .,..:- and that at once. to light.; The Orlando Star !says! merchants of West! Pain?Beach surely ra-6., WEST PALM BBACH, FLORIDA -

s)), Thecurtailing powers in insurance that it's an ill wind that blows nobody are entitled to "a day"!; oft" after -" .. ,

' :r circles bays learned that there,.is no good; for the primary held months of careful and faithful l atten- A a. LEWIS .-a'.qI..Il--',ulr'qs.. SPUJNDIDI.Y: \ LOCATJ20, og

;, arrangement for direct pre surejfrom there forced the payment of many tion to business, in meeting the Rate, Shores rind overlooking .n AgIINt9It;

': the water works pumping station atSt1I poll taxes, swelling; the list. and incidentally the demands"of tlid people ota rapid' AnORNEY-AT.AW..and NOTARY PUBllO._ i"' ___. .................... eaonabl"....... __.i 'WORTH.v, : Comfortable t airy I well-fnrulsbed' I ca

:' ;' night and that the day service is the treasury receipts. ly expanding town. Not '.only does Agent of the U. S.fidelity A! Ou.Fanty Co.,ol .sSpecIa) Rate rooms ?

: II! {< endly handicapped by need of appliances such an outing as that which Iii i beingeujoJ'ld Baltimore, Md. By the Week v
Good home
':d, to make response to a fire The good people of Pensacolii' are by the merchant*} today Office vlwauaStreet at corner. over ot LIotnatlH'Btrohm'H Avenue. and Nar, .'-'-----. cooking and table service.., '
&ure. rr9Da '
} ;..; quick and effective. greatly excited over the stranding provide relaxation from business We tl'alm'ueaoh. Address ; ;
Mrs. M. MADISON
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; 't It rests largely with the business on the bench u few miles below the cares und worries, but it :affords anoppoitunity '" Call 0)1) Prop ,' _
,:' men and building owners to demand for more intimate :TT P. BUANNINO, --
,1 city of an enoi moue whale, said to acquaintances '
', :' of the Town Council that this matter about fourteen feet 'acrossthe one with another, thus __
measure Attorney id Coutisellor-at-Law
,', : be looked after. The menace to then head and back, and between promoting sociability and good will.Mny .' THE. TRHYELEK
town in business is serious In- OnicO( over Dank) '
this
a way sixty-live und seventy-five feet in outing: becomes established

1 01'. .i. 'deed. Merchants know full well what length. Excursions are being run to annual or wml-flnuual; event 2-161902 WEST PALM B1ACH, FLA. .--..:... NEW MANAGEMENT; ,'_ '

.N .' it means In the commercial world to the place where the whale Is located. in the commercial life of. West. Palm '
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h' be forced to bay that they can get no Beach. s' TAMES, 13.ANDU13W8, MRS, N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r: Jacksonville, Fla.
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t\\ insurance, and it is highly: probable The Democratic Executive Committee ,,# ATTORN Y-AT-LAW, ----- ,

t S I .. that that is'what we are coming to. of Dade County recommended' a PRIMARIES TO<( BEHELD NOTARY PUBLIC, Electric Lights, Electric Belle;, JJaths, Complete Service.
s! This is not Iheflrstnoteof warning
Republican to fill a vacancy ia the Kroiwcutlnft Attorney of llrorard Co.

,'; /" Tills SDx has souqded on this sul>- Board of County Commissioners, ) IN JULY FT. PlKRCIl AJ'lD' TITUSVILL8,' FLA. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel In Florida.fake .

\ ., ject, and it knows whereof it epcnks giving us an excuse: 'It is... simply 5-m-iyr car at the Union Depot nd ask the Conductor to"top a( thll Trnvaler. lli-1

when it says that. matters pertainingto because we cannot find a competent IConllimoa(from pugs 1.]" MItOB1IINS ,
insurance are assuming a serious who is Democrat to fill the office GEO..lI ;. -- ------ -----------------

aspect/ that may result disastrously man." That u Executive Committeemay among the coulull Committee.tee11len.at-large be Attorney: and CounseloratLaw.9ar.w \' 111tHlllllifl1111IiiPI1111111111111fl4t11/1111111111111111" " " " " "/" '" "111tiiPfl" aIPP" ,,
filled the/State :'
unless something U done at once to in Dude !but by ,
be all right County, 5
whether will ;1
: remedy exist lag conditions. In other counties of the State the A number of his friend were the Will pnctioe, elate and..... Federal. CourlJ, you: wear
of lion. N. r*. Stockton == a Crown 'at all, we are 3
Democrats would guests J. president T1TUSVIU43, FLA. JUST TO SEE
"incompetent" : of the Board of Public Works, at _ta.1.r == going to rut .the price -
Iv .. FLORIDA AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. have politii-nl: killing.-Pensacolu == ,
.. his palatial home in Riverside at a D. EATON, M. P. ". of Gold Crowns )In two.
To the Board of Trade of Jacksonville Journal. "political love feast" tendered the L. E ra
t< We want to (find out what kind of Dental work you like beet. ,=
belongs the credit of taking the State Executive Com 1htee{ .' lIon D. eHOMcEOPATHIST.. ==
lIon. R. II. Burr, of Dado County, Our crowns are aa,/ ood at CAD be made-we guarantee them.f1 .. ==
t i initiative in a proposition| to have has announced candidate for U. Fletcher, Mayor of Jacksonville, WEST-PALM ULACIt, FLORIDA.nniMonwi % We cannot aJFord to continue this cut for.peore than two,weeks. ,==
I Florida properly represented at the as a lIon. R. Hudson Burr and :Mr. Guy I. oppoHlIu Metliuilliit Chnrrh Office Make appointments.
Railroad Commissioner to ClcuiatH Avenue, nuxt to l\Iaeolllll litinple./ E your
subject Metcalf,of Dade, were present as invited .Dr. .
St. Louis World's Fair. The matter ,
Oincftliuun M to tln.tii ,2: t o 4 and T to W p.m. ==
the Democratic primary.. Burr, of guest, although not members "of -the Sundays a to 4 i>.m.' -
was discussed at a recent meeting of ::: OOlce 8 Doors South ol Datura, on lnrtI'aulIs: : '
Dade, and Baker, of Sumter, are State Committee. The hospitality and, Special Attention Hlvon to DlHeaHvn of

,I from the Board Governor flllli Jennings l n letter in was which. lead he both good men, a.id: are, us good blR-lieartedness of John Stockton are I --.M uuiuu and Children JUdIIIJIl111JIIIlUi1111111111lIUI1' ' 11l'll11J'1111JIlJlJlilI1l11' 11J11 ;'

friends to the people as they are to proverbial all over Florida and this' TT ,U. 11OOI, M. D, .
favored the and -
proposition suggested occasion was in keeping with, and characteristic 4 a .
!
.' the railroads. Very little benefit to
.
that if, in ,'iewof the fact of the genial host. PHY81CI4N AND SURGEON $2.00 WILL PAY FOR
has been
vegetable shippers accomplished -
'g I hat the legislature does not meet .
by the present Board of Quite h number of the candidates for Oflloe over Strohm's tore, WEST PALM
till a short time before the Exposi- The Jacksonville .. I
11EACH.
Commissioners, and we believe Mr. consideration 'and preferment by the BaslUeaa near Royal Foln- Daily MetropolisFrom ,
tion, and that it was impossible to were I Hotel. PALM BEACH. 19-1
Day chairman ought to be retired State Primary present, meeting old clnua
wait, the County Commissioners of friends, 'making new cues, end fence- now until DECEMBER 1, 1902. covering the entire
ia his
and installed
the various counties in the State' Citrus a new County man Chronl<.le. place. building: generally. U.D.. p.OrTFm. M. D., scope of tfie Political\ Campaigns. of the year. Address k

r would make appropriations on the
lIon. R. Hudson Burr has every reason e-28.03 CARTER & RUSSELL PUBLISHING! CO. Jacksonville' Fla.
basis of assessed valuation, it would} : WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. ,
to be gratified at the cordial greeting '.,_ ""tI
give nearly 0,000.; "Editor Guy I. Metcalf-of THE given blur here by many of the most ----2--------_ _ a w

The suggestion of Governor Jennings TROPICAL BUN, published at West Influential men of the State/ and with c. If. PLATTS M. D. am still ,making and repairing,1'

I ia with Palm Beach "bas sold his interest, Lest You Forget
meeting general approval their earnest assurances of hearty supportof PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
shining dyeing and wh teoln
good will etc., in that to his ,
and steps are being taken to paper candidacy for .Railroad CocmiU- Telegram dollvorod nil hours ot the day
I form ula tea definite plan, to le first Harlan W. Brush", and from the announcement stoner No wan before the public and night SHOES at the BUCKEYE SHOP

we infer has engaged; in seems to enjoy tbe confidence and esteem 72.2 -tyo FORT PlBRCK Fla.
approved !by the Governor and then
Genuine English fjpe Clay used on White Duck and Canvas .-.
I t submitted to the ,various county other business. Harry L. Brown .of those who know him, more j-Mlf IlnllillnK. Box U4S
.
k I>U. HOUGHTON WeddJ
:. JOHN F. ROSS
t I representatives. will manage the SUN hereafter, and highly than Mr. Burr. llnach ,'c,"''.,

Florida should have an exhibit at promises: to make it even a brighter It will be a little interesting in several "DENTOS"HOLLAND ,;;i.
i .AUAAAAAAAIAAAAAUl .. ..*&*'
DOCK. PHONE l 4AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAA5
!, Hr. Louis worthy of the greatest of paper than it has ever been. We counties, but none more so than Dade .
to lose Editor Metculf from to note tbe effect of that provision in the WEST PALM BBACIC. "
I Southern States; one that will do regret W.. IIEIM. flltOADWELL: M. D., Physician and Surgeon"p!:; '.
3 Justice to her resources and her peo- the editorial ranks, for be is a bright rules to govern the coming primaries, L.T.. DANIEL I BegleteredPharmacist,olllco la Dm Star. ,h\II.t I;,,
which excludes candidates and ,!
as
writer but welcome his as 'r7YCOTTAGE '
7 pit>. successor '
I participants every man who failed to -OfHTI.8 T, ( .
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into
the arena." The above kindly CITY PHARMACY .
each and nominee, IUYJEB. FI.OKI11A.1-18-88 ,
support COCOA,
every party INDIAN .
Editor Ouy I. Metculf has sold the notice is from The Tlilla h8sseelln,the e '
National State and Comity. at the last 's,11E1M;':;: &; DUOAinVELL :
West Palm Bench TROPICAL edited weekly1 '
SUN
brightand
to cleverly pub r ,
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election, In Dade there will be a terrific [. METOAUF \t'$80'.f ''Proprtetor. .1 J"
j an Ohio man for $8,000 cash. This lished in Florida's Capital City. strain on many political consciences GUY. .., r ., : ""' .

is enough to make Tommy AppU1- ---'- else a perceptible falling off of the NOTARY'PUBLIC :. f" ,

yaid throw a terrible fit.-Tampa Editor Jennings; of the Fishing vote In the primaries. For the State of Florida at Large Dealers in Reliable(Meaiciaes and "" :. <\"

Daily Tribune. Gazette, New York, is sore on the Deed Mortgages Lea""" and, Contracts Chemicals.
Although the people, through theifdelegates Drafted.ConveyancingaSpecialt, .
Southern tourist and evidently .
resorts, .
to the last State Convention, ,
,
l All Work Uuniintved 81t ally Cornet.
An exchange says: "The tourist thinks they beat famous I INiaA'ara spoke in unmistakable voice for primaries Office lu fnopiuib SUM Block. A FULL LINE. OF-. '
Wo.t Palm Bnncb Dada Oountr. Florldn.
season In Florida 1 is rapidly drawing Falls in the devoted attention I the corporate leaders have not yet- .' Perfumes ,Rubber Goods,

tt to n 'close,' and the Tallahassee paid to visitors.", In complaining given up their antagonism to the principle W AJ..LAOE It. MOSES, Toilet Articles '

remarks "Yes and! in of the mail system the that seeks to enforce heed to the pea Cigars and
Capitol our /
t "; miad'seyeweseethose) fast leturn- 'gazette nays: Mailing facilities in ple's voice. Eternal \lgllifnce will Successor to A. W. Robert, and Stationery. Tobaoco.-: .
bold them .In check. Plain it REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I
the South notarial bad. In scarcely
: are ;sly
t lug tourists rnpidly drawing their ,,
: on of the United States Is there Is that the Democracy of Florida is hi a Agent for Wont Palm Bench, Town LaH, also a Hi PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM BEACB.'I .,
'clothes' when they reach home. no part West 1'.11. llonrli Water Wolk
thousand times more danger from NUTAltY PUBLIC. ..
ij I such poor service. A'bat are needed yy..YTTyy..YTYY..yy.yyyy.yyyyyyy..YYYY. tYTYYY. .
,. .
-". traitors within than front enemies with Clemaeia Avon ,near Olive Street,
11-31-lUOl: went Palm BeachPlorfds.,
Northern methods. Sec nd-cln8s
are
''f 1+ Guy I. Metcalf has sold the West out. Nor are they obscure individuals;too ,-

,,: 1'ultn Beach Suw to a.compnny of matter ia almost wholly neglected.The ; niany are among those who have in the rr\ D. DROWN,. G8SB5& 'r',

which Harry L. Drown is manager. only thing that is followed past been honored with every confidence Mulgoba, Mangoes.Largest .
I closely is the Hewing of the tourist. and great preferment. Verily, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
'; : Mbtculf has been publishing a warm This is done in the most up-to-date .the situation Is deplorable, and the situation Plane and npeclflcatlooa prepared." ; Collection of Crotons in the United) States ;Palms, Phyllal1.t.hus s
: : pnpr f for several Yf'I1.f8-00e of the Jobbing work (given prompt attention at eto. Alllfotgrown. Full
Line of
Citrus
fashion. The Southerner calls for men- whom DloDeyh Stock
< ; most Interesting and amusing on average .men Shop on Datura Btreet.EOUGE ..
in catering; to travelers from the not buy ana In whom principle lad grown on-High Spruce-PineL.anda Address, s

If; '.' 1 t?. y' our exchange list.DeLand News. North ia u past master In the art of virtue are worth more than corporation I O. JJUTLIUt. I''JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Beach. Fla.Don't as'', '

"J'l' picking the Yankee bone clean." pelf and the allurements of the gods of CIVIL ENGINEER ---- .'
.
':tl At last the population statistics oft = gold. AND '
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--.a.--- DEPUtY COUNTY 8URVEYOR DIMICK KIEOEL 4
1000 census are completed aud Hays the Jacksonville Times Union: West ., '
' A Delray Enterprise.One FOR DADE COUNTY. Forget Proprietors '
: ; Uncle Sam figures out that h18'''Canada paid ris last year for our of Lneit AgentforthoLied Deport muni of \ .
.i interesting and
1 the welcome r.K.C. Rv. POMPANO fl.A. 6-.-, th.1 Palm
4.t+: children, including? Filhpinos and goods $110,000.000, and she had to visitor to TIIR SON office this week was

( H': other adopted eons, exceed 84,000- I climb the tariff wall, too. If that Capt. Charles T. Brown, a new-comet to That we bave, at all times, Beach I"!,

;'! 4-'l.,1 000. Only three other nations, wall were breached or even lowered', Southern Florida, .,)'hose home .is'in Waterworks NoticeOlFera a choice line of -;

4t, ." China, Russia and Great Britain, we could gain more from our neIghbors West Buy City, Michigan. Captain FLOR1DAANDWESTERNMEATS
I' !\ have u greater total. without trouble than we could Brown is manager cf the Valley Fruit Drug i

{ t Company atDelray, where the con p.- will be received for 100 .
<:!'.:.I ji) ; y net; from distant islands at the high
cords of 4-foot woodr at l 16aet 50
1 Is situated
ny's pineapple grove At -Store.
:. The newspapers of Alabama aredemanding est expenditure In blood and money.
I present five acres are out in pines and per cent. of which euall be good, ),
f'.; a Democratic primary Canada and Mexico are better worth the crop will ,be ready to ship early lu Bound "llgihtwood," f. o. h. car, ,

p' I" ,.''," for that state to nominate candidates our "assimilation" without possession May. Capt. Drown expects to have a within ICO miles of West Palm Live and Dressed Tur- -DIUr.E'RB IN- I

for office. The inference is Unit than anything In Asia, even yield ofat. least eight hundred crates, avery 1 Beach. night reserved to reject

s 1.-.':[... all states will soon adopt this method with the nominal acceptance of the satisfactory showing. Within a 'any. or all bids. keys, Chickens. Butter, Drugs Toilet Articles .' t

'. t, of nominating candidates. The flag." And Canadians have Been short time several acres of the compan,'* WALLACE R. MOSES, Cheese, Eggs, Etc. ,

,.,: Birmingham News says: "The convention willing to meet their American cousins property will be cleared and an orai.ge Agent Florida East Coat Hotel Co. Water 1 Fine 4 4Druggist's
Works, West Palui r ,Stationery
1; ('. plan is fast. losing favor, for item for item, on the tariff list, grove planted. The .captain 'greatly/ Beach Fla. ana !

r ; the reason that the average conven but the almost prohibitive schedule pleased with Florida, and Is only one Prompt Attention to Mall Orders.
more added to the large list of those D. M. GEAURIDEAU. Sunories. :
,t./ thou can be much more easily manipulated fans resulted in an enormous amount

f t and domineered by n few of trade being opened up with, foreign who believe that It. bas the finest climate PALMS SHAVING PARLOR. Prescriptions Carefully)] Compounded
Faber Bro's.
and prospects of State In the Market"West
*: ., ti smart men. They get up a scheme.. countries, that might have goneto U 11I011. ? any. I, jTlrMt-clRHfl Tongorlib, work bj the East Coast}iiainess Solicited.

r C'. a combination, a plot or whatever the manufacturers and producersof -..-- Old Iteilc'>lo." WEST PALM UEACH. '6-10-00 ..ttJ'I 4Vital'
,i I' : SHOP UNDER: HOTEL PALMS:
\ Palm
: to raU! it and the United States. Beach.
., y y we .choose through Farnou Horsehide SboeaANTHoNv'8ad Cant rnim u_ ii, ru.
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ll r THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM: BEACH, FLORIDA,. FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1902.; oII! t j

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Articles of Incorporation have been I VEAL Eli '
HAPPENINGS NEWS OF THJi
HARDWARE
filed for the Poarnou Oil and Gas Company -, E.GRUBER ... IN
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L ABOUT THE STATE] i .tock) of Ocala of $[,000.000.with an authorized: capital OUTSIDE .WORLD] '," CROCKERY and _'

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Several fishermen at New Smyrna bave '
,
'; Concerning Items of Interest BolTed Down and
of Interest
Paragraphs g S
., been,before the Criminal Court, charge FUN1TUREm
':\' the Great State of Florida with violating) the Rah laws* and Heavy, Prepared for Busy Headers, l' ,> I;

"': ,/'"' In General. fines resulted. Record of a Week. -- All kinds of Boat Coods. I

.- Th, corQer-s one of the new Duval '-. ,
Blcyclci mid Bicycle Sundries St.Tc, Tinware Door,8ull and 1 BHinlAH :
I Louisville and Nashville and Southern County,,court Jitmsd was laid with impressive President Roosevelt has signed the '

," 'Railway stocks have-taken a big jump ceremonies at Jacksonville ou bill..repealing the war revenue taxeB.'I < Kinds oU'fslJlng-1'aeklfl and !Sporting Good : '

. .'oi. ,"Uie New York market Ivfouday9flernodn, the Masonic fraternity Congress has passed a bill granting a Uniiolloe Sloven.' Blue Fin me Kerosene. Oil Stove f' ;

';':':\' ""::'The' Jacksonville Dis'trl Conference' and the militia. x participating in the pension:: to the widow of the late ,President w GlnaswarelampaandLantetua Mart Orders CUvmt Harrison Prniupt Jlrn,Attention' Rudy Mixed Im.ram t-e:.' I i + i ir

;a.... : ';onhe Methodist Church, South. *' will be exercises. McKinley ,of $ .ooo. ,

d y" held at DeLand June 17 to 23: .RI Capt. K., C. Hall, a prominent reslde'tif] The !Sedate: has passed a bill eppropri -- t

ft During, the month March yt refrigerators of DeLaud, and a man well known In atlng $xamo' to establish a fish hatchery" BICYCLES'

I and 4t"open crates of strawber- Grand Army circles, committed suicide and /fish station! South Carolina. rtappytome.{ f

'" last Friday byTjanglnjf himself. Despondency has arrived' at New'
t ties, or ja: all 7,434,quarts were shipped Santos-Dumont
from Battow, Polk county. following financial losses York-with his wonderful air ship. He ", Wheel kept In flrat-clasa* con 'r' a
caused by the freeze( ; Is the reason assigned will glge exhibitions at New Vork.iad dition. When'you want to rent If : f
use
After nine service as of you
pastor
years for the rash net. ; a goodeasy-tiding Wheel, go to i'-------- a
v tile!\ Memoilal Presbyterian Church atSt. I then proceed to sr. Louis >

.4' y '. Augustine\ Rev. John} MacGoaigle i The longest flight of carrier pigeons Two blocks: were entirety destroyedby E. f

s has been''forced,Ho retire. on account, of I known in this country has just ended. fire in Columbus, Ga., last Friday; ; PORTERs The Famous r ,

Nit :health. Tuft) birds belong Edward Summers, The blaze started fn the Southern Plow Get s\

made 'of Staunton, III d,., and' were taken to Works aud spread to adjoining buildings,, And \ PAINT r)
f The 1 purple or six'pot mite has i ..
I Manatee Fla. The birds released) i
of
were to the extent $200,000.Miss
doing damage
in the
$jta appearance orange groves outhe : JLWe w
and arrived home in good order, making .misslona"'y.has A Rambler
f7 Indian River, and Is doing damage I Stone the released ,
of miles in thirty-six hours,
i' flight
a
4r 10 the tree Whale oil Soap is in heavy; goo atrlved from Europe, aud ta staying -' have just received a big: lot. Buying: .
relentless is being A reign of terror_ prevails at Century, frivn-Ja in, Boston. After .enjoying
r { demand, and war with Wheels For Sale.
.. hl"such- enables to T
large
quantities us ;
waged I'against the minute foe. Fla., caused by the lawlessness of 1 a a brief rest, she will start ou an este'lt'Ive ge

1ft.., ,band of ,desperados who have decided lecture tour under the management the lowest prices, and to secure cheaper :
druggists of Tampa have alL /sign- And General Repair Work done by an
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'
r ement'tp'theeffect that they to force the tajlls at that place to give ol Majot Pond. Expert!; Repairer freights, and places us in a position to t is

medicine employment to a certain class exclusively funeral of the late Wade Hatup give our patrons ROCK BOTTOM: PRICEJ ;
wl1 ol:' { prices on patent them to rhut downTwo The Olive Street West Palm Beach(
or compel
For 1ltut':rJlst few months proprietary officers have been sent Out from ton was lield at Columbia' S. C., on If you once use it you will have no other. Come in and get familiar with oflr j' '

medicinal have been sold below cost, so Pensacola to arrest the principals in the Sunday. Thousands of mourners had PAINT DEPARTMENT. '
keen! has been the competition. places In the mournful procession* e4AA44444444AA4444AA444AA4e
di8hU'b nces. from all: W. P. HATCHETTHardware
teal trains bringing people
'y James; in President Wilson, Secretary Roosevelt's of Agriculture Cabinet, ,. Odd? of the agents of Dr: R. V. Pierce, pOI tlolll1 of the State. C. G. von SCHOELER JEFFERSON BLOCK 'f

the famous Buffalo medicine man, is in ,
visited Jacksonville last Friday! and,was Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, the noted f '
trouble! in Ocala He worked thetown, Watchmaker -
cordially received by the Board Trade Presbyterian divine, died Saturday I
circulars( to'tbe lady of the E
t and the citizens generally. He visited distributing night at his home in Washington, of Inflammation ileweler. fin
house, and was eventually arrested by and
the famous ostrich, farm, end was dined. Marshal J. F. Crawford for violating the of the brain. The interment E J. B. MOGIILEY & .
and wined to his heart's conte t. took J place; on Wednesday i in Greenwood t
and advertising distributing
bill-posting ,N. I ARTISTIC 1 q
V.
Btooklyn,
A wan representing himself to be an ordinance. The agent Mr. McGee, is cemetery, I "ENQRAVER on. "
officer, recently held up seven ladies ludlgf antj and threatens to contest the The police of Mexico City have broken .. Strictly First-Class .. ,
k who wheeling near Ormonfl. At a of kidnappers who had been + WOOD or METALPARLOR ,
were cave: and sue\ the city for damages. up gang .
{ abort Intervals they were stopped aud enticing young boys to a house in the House-Furnishings
A verdict grAnting /;.833.33 to the .
told that they were violating the law city, where the lads were kept, prior to

.(which must Strictly enforced) by riding of plaintiff Helen in A the Sullivan suit for, administratrix$IOOOU damages, vs. being shipped to Yucatan, to work on Next door In ZAPH South ofSEMINOLE BLOCK, f Draperies, Window Shades, f*

on the sidepath and demanded $3 the Ilenequld plantations. The authorities .
the Florida' Ceutral and Peninsular HOTEL
each, fit: In all, which the ladies could Railway Company, was rendered on will fully, investigate the atrocities. a Entrance, a Wall Papers, .

,_ '' do. nothtug but pay. lost Saturday afternoon in the United A New York dispatch says that-all Indications WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. l .

It Is possible that Jacksonville wilt States Court The case occupied five point to the fact that the control *> Vickers, Japanese

l r' have an elaborate celebration at the days in its trail the pi an tiff being the of the Louisville & Nashville Railway I ,Exporicnnod workman' Cleaning. fi-10-tf and ,
r time of the coronation of King, :;ward. mother of J. T Sullivlan, a young man stock is now so held that it can be ltopnlringkdlfullydoney| I -. and Enamel Goods

Vlt on ,June" asnd next. The British who was killed'in December, 1898, turned over to the Chicago, Rock Island YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTAuxilllary -

ft vice-consul-1!! malting arrangements fa while en route to New Orleans. Mrs. & Pacific1 Railway. The !latter.seems undetermined Freight Prepaid.. Anywhere in Dade County 4

s 'regard to sending'a mau-ot-war to jack..onvilje Sullwnn, vhose home is at Selma, Ala., whether to close the business Yacht"ARTHUR '

and an effort will be made to was present during/ the trail, "but not at present but There is a conviction Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH

have an United States war vessel! there when the verdict was rendered. Hon. in Wall street that the control has passed i-ir tfQ. F 5 ,
f take in the1 ceremonies from the Belmont interests and that B" h
foot to! part ,J obit C. Cooper represented the defense rtfl's';
s .dispatch from New York states that and Col. A. W. Cockrell and Mr.Quarles John W. Gates has been a factor in its A. GALE C. C. CUTTKELjIjMANGONIA

1 the Atlantic Coast Line has nearly com ) of Alabama, the plaintiff. passing. :Mr, Gates refuses! to discuss Plaices daily trips between.

,, pleted\arrangements to take over the Recently near PuiJta.Gorda, says the the'subject.A 9 BOAT \WORKS '
Plant System in'' July, and also that the significant announcement is made '
Herald of that town, as Capt. Harvey'smail West Palm Beach andMunyon's
r t traffic organization )line been! decided on launch Lorraine was scudding by the Chicago Record-Herald, which ,. C. C. CUTT11ELL, Jlnnngcr.

ali follows; .Vice president in charge of along iieaAhe mouth of the Myakka, paper says : "Upon the authority of a island .* Shipwright and Maker.

k lhatraffic, JT: M.-Knierson: ; freight traffic! an euotuious shark mistook her beautiful large stockholder in the Plant System, ", Caulker Spar.

luanager? Col. Beverly W.AVrauu; general brass propeller for 'something !good It is stated that ll'he Pennsylvania inter. MARINE RAILWAYS -

r/ freight agent, D. P. Jack; general to eat. Accordingly, he made a dash cats will soon acquire possession of the Stopping at all Feints of.Interest- rand

passenger af eut, Ernest Williams. and took the revolving fluugei in his allied Plant and Atlantic Coast Line Boat lt' '

1 -.- These: men! will( assume their duties mouth. There was a.. great crasTiing systems. In this fact, it is alleged, is tobe Shops. West Side of Lake,

whentbe, Plant System becornes a part the and found the reason for the purchase by *m
noise, a big jolt to engine a general Steamer-leaves West Palm Beach at MANGONIA. r Coast Line. Other plane, the Atlantic ,,Coast Line of the Plant
of the Atlantic jar,as if the boat had struck a rock; Estimates burnished on New or Old 1 Work. ,
the Plant'Syatenr are going which has /surprised the railroad at 10.30 A.M. Returning, 1
to fake over and Mr. Adams, who was In charge and System, Vessels bn.uled..out and taken care of for the Summer.
on secretly, J but it is announced that adhiwatleutlon'fixed. forward, almost world..' Should the Pennsylvania secure arrives at 4.30 P.M. i

they will !shortly be made known. jumped out of both boots and boat. He the two systems, they will add a total of cffi- All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.

An amendment to the sundry,civil hill thought at the moment that the Dor- 3,970 miles of line, bringing the total to BEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY. ,ll-I-oa

-." .( '....tkhlch passed! the Senate last Friday, mine was golug'sky high but 01 glancug 90,000 miles under one system." Round-Trip Fare, I'I.. .,1 5\Cents o x

., contained a clause providing for a fast over the stern he saw the (huge In renewing his offer for .a 'successful oorcoltiorol/tor.oroao.toro.tornote.tostoro1t/ o It o oroltottatato co i
t
I: ,.': ,' mall service between. Washington and /hark come to the surface, roTl over forn machine to nayigaie the air, Sir Hiram N.B.-Finest ,blue, fishing and trolling .f f

, "', ,...1. Florida. Heretofore $r42,000 pas been instant on his back and; floundering Maxim has,.sajsaNew. York- Herald >n Lake Worth. Truscott Boat l\I'\ Co. -
'g
._:; j, paid annually for a fast mail service be.tweeu way with tha* toothache and a jolted jispatch from London, made this statement Dec antiSPROUL'S o. f

,: Washington, Atlanta) ,and New law, aud be at once knew what had : If anyone will. bring me a successful otio .. CONSTRUCTORS OP kJV

.' Orleans. Senator Toliaferro offered an ha1>pen d. But he avers that that shark flying machine, not a balloon,

amendment, enlarging the .cope of j.he was twenty feet long. Boat and pro- which will travel at a satisfactory speed, EXPRESS W o High Grade Pleasure Craft jj

.. service so M. to' include Jacksonville, seller escaped injury. pf a make suitable for military purposes, ti'o .. ,

;,: without increasing the appropriation. It6li. ---.-.S- {-= and protected by patents, I will pay over Vurnlturemoved, Baggage o Vapor Marine Motors. 0 1jm ,' '
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w>. will be recalled that the fast mail service .he sum of $:Z50,000. I do'not believe transferred and general o
FLORIDA'SREPRESENTATIVES
.. ..r in years gone by included Florida BOTH OP! that the air will ever be successfully .draying done at reasonable X J. D.. C. MORRIS, Agent, 'or 1

,, .. ... in what is known as the West India fast navigated by balloons, although I thinkwe ratls.TwoSeated. 0 West, Palm! Beach, Florida, .
mail. If the bill passes the House, ought to give Santos-Dumont great 2

Florida will receive substantial benefit Wilt Strongly Oppose the Cuban Rtolproo- credit for the aduilroble work he has acomplisbed. Carriage o 7e0e0710310i107101101a0i10110i1o3soieoolso7so9to o7ao7soisoiso>totto5to,x

I+ '1 from the amendment.At tty Bill. Believe It Injurious to the In the development of the Or Single Buggy ih$ G

ef the Jacksonville (Intdrests of the State. motor lies the secret of the flying ma For hire hour or day.
the next term by Do You Want aWe
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Cilinlual Court there will be tried a case chine. Leave orders at Manilla House. ? y 1
Florida's delegation In the House; of the STEAMBOAT
reached New Orleans
has
of unusual interest. Certain employees news 1r-a-tr have them' to Bell,and If we have
Davis and Sparkman, hnmi u1t, build
Street Railway Representatives confiscation of an American steam launchby none on to wecun
the Jacksonville
of eWe
wbat want
? Just you
whipped 0. J. Drummond, another em- are both very much opposed to the passage Colombian insurgents at Bocas del .

ployee; the trouble arising from the of the pending Cuban reciprocity Toro, in North Colon. One American iuthe I New .Idea in Trunks.The are also Prepared

assaulted man being employed as a bill, and voted against Its being taken crew was killed and his body thrown To FurnJuh. ... .. i+
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consideration, which was At test with ....
for \ The escaped
up overboard. insurgents
""spotter to travel over rte: street carlines
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and see if the conductors and motormen vote on thts'uieajme, and will also vote, the boat, but a United States cruiser has Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.. ,
of course, against its passage. They it, The revolutionists
to recover
of the
lived to the rules com gone '
up
tariff Write or call on us for Anything In
would not object to a thorough for month to seize
Drummond was a bave been planning a
that need.
The fact r Our Line that you
pany. became known to the menu and revision, it was stated by one of the numerous steam launches, which the
spotter members the other day but they objectto : loud Merrill-Stevens Co.
on the bight( of March 14tb| be was taken in this frnit shipper* employ, to barges Engineering ,
to a aeclpdedplace singling out Cuban products with' troops, and move on Bocas This 1
his boarding place
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from as it will, they believe, be injurious and FLA.Jacksonville .
and there given a taste of the rod. manner :is m what 4.000 insurgents attempted JACKSONVILLE,
arrested to the l interests of the State of i partially executed Aprll-6lh.* The
afterwards PROPRlltTOR
The wbippers were ia- 4 Marine
bail. Florida. la common with the membersof men closed around the plantation,Vherethe Railways
and allowed out on tWlR
the Louisiana delegation and delega owned by an American?firm nnmNR ;

In the County Criminal Court in Or.. ions from the Gulf Slates generally was made fast, and, captured the boat.
Tuesday, Dr. M. M. Clay was convicted will enter earnest protests against
lando
] they
1I'lctinof
has been the
South 5
of forgery, after a brief trial. the passage of the bit!. The outlook is a great Chicago many fires within the past ten l BURTON E. OOE GO. ;

Clay was arrested Macon and brough that |the 'debate will run on for a days, and the situation became so'serious ;
County by Deputy Sheriff and- no one seriously'oubts Stallman Dresser' Trunk
,e back to Orange week or more, that the citizens organized a system of .
Hand, of Sanford, whom he had vie the passage ot the measure, as Idea lit trunki. It tfl a
to solve the Represent A new
trots in an attempt mys
timlzed.: He presented Mr.'Hand a the Republicans, with their allies upon tery. This, plan resulted in the captureby portable 4 clresi place.Ing fur ca everything.e,with*drawer from*n in hat Blend to oft aroper Gravel Roofing Concrete Asphalt Paving

forged letter of introduction written on the Democratic/ de. nave enough votes button: ,and the' bottom'I It as acceulble anth
lad Lithunlan
of
firemen
the a gf
Matthews, of .top. Cost no more than a good box tumkstblppedC.0
the letter and bead purporting of W. M.to be signed byMatthe..s. to put it through.- .-- birth, under circumstances that left little Two-ten 'n tat tip D.,oIIWII: :ia.l'I'.a': :.':.,lItln.. Tills Company after doing considerable work for

Orlando, 'doubt of his guilt in letting a fire MoDouald\ M Gulre Mr. Hamer for Jefferson
Ou the strength of this hft Doctors Elect Officers. F. A. STALLMAN (agent Joseph )
: been started. The boy at ,
thaC had
Induced Hand to Identify him at ope of The State' Medical Association in annual just 'Jtiycr Whllldin, Dr.. MjinyonV.! P. Hatchett, Anthony
but
first denied all, origin of the fires, OS West Spring Street.
the j Sanford; banks, where he cashed a meeting in Tampa, elected\ officers after six hours of the "sweating. process T.s-lyr CJOLUJtl US. OHIO.. Brothers and others, will go Sway for the present but will be

h forged check for fi5S-45. bearing the for the enacting year us follows : by the police he admitted that hack to complete contracts for work here and Miami in
an Dr. II. erpontt, of St. ,
R. Williams, President, !
forged signature or B. When arrested Augunttne. be had started four of the principal Are You Going AUGUST. Any one desiring work of-jbls kind would, doweR. ;

Orlando Clay had a groeerytnan/: pocket full of checks bear First Vice-rresideut, Dr. E. N. LIFll, biases, because and the he "liked engines to see at the work.firemen To Richrancly Washington; Bal to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonville ,1, ;,

of Jacksonville. sun York? Oar prices are reasonable and all our work fa
forged signatures of prominent timore. Philadelphia: or New or Tampa. ,
the boarders
tug Vice President, Dr. J. r. blar-! Fifty families and as mauy
Second
Orlando business men. In his wile'strunk were rendered homeless, and the damage The Seaboard Air tine Railway guaranteed. ,

was found a full set of burglar's tuld, of DaLnnd. totalled over $ oooo. offers you the choice of two elegant _- -_East Coast Work Solicited x
be Secretary-Treasurer, Dr.J. Fernandez, ..., __ to
1 teals It 1 is suspected )Ibet he may dally trains, the Metropolitan- --
4 r wanted elsewhere crooked work. The of Jacksonville. .. Stop Our Privileges! I ted and the Seaboard Fast Mail\ r
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In his behalf was Insanity and $re. St. Auguttlne WAS chosfb us the place Allowed the Seaboard AirLine Leave St. Augustine at 8:55: 'a. m
pie by
poasibillty\ begotten of the use of morphine has- for Wednesday the next iu meeting:April\ 1903, and the the time second for Railway on Winter Tourist or 6110 p. m. Leave JacksonvllllOilO SUBSCRIBE FOE THE SUN r1

cocaine, etc. His counsel the Tickets. 1 .. a, m, or 7140: p. m.
holding same.
moved for( a new trial. f.. .-

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1 MIAMI BUREAu'- nearly 7,000 In the city treasury.: ; the lower labarynth of a big hotel 1 ;1 1a la I 1 o ..d< O O ''a '; ,
p, ,) Why not spend a few hundreds !in publlo necessity end an evidence of '

h;' (. ,'' TRoHcALSUN pavingthis: one block? If this. mon enterprise, progress .and philuuthro- 1' ,

r THE ey has already been appropriated py? We give. it up. __ : .
t, for other what is the '. 31-
some purpose, .
1' I's s Office In Anthony Block, Twelfth Street near .** '//II
i' 7 i u' Aveiiuo C. purpose? Why does the City Council i. .
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4l What has become of the project for rii ,.. '
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; MANAGER not make a statement of the -, .. r
IRVINE MATHER.
? financial condition of the city? The 'draining the Everglades! ? {InX th, e !; : South, {0''f ","I,a,.
1,t'' All mibBcrtpUotiH! advertliwinenta and order for tax-payers have a right to know scheme nob yet been "tl'nanced?" or : .
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,?, Job work South t of Fort Lauderdale received at t #
'i .. bas'h struck a snag; somewhere? ]I o '" 0'' k
tltlH om" ___ what becomes of the $),OOO, or 31
910,000 they pay annually In taxes, the meantime the 8imple.bentedSeminoles : ;
p POSTOFHICH 1IOX NO. 26.. and they have never had such a statement whose hunting irounJa.are ., t : 0 I. I

MIAMI FLOUIDA, APRIL, 18100a.( since the incorporation of the to be taken away, appear' bas
i j happy aa usual),buts that Is doubt-
I city, BO far as con be learned.
': 1 r" TO THE PUBLIC. Third street Is not the only street less because they know ."nothing g '
1 I that needs Immediate' attention. about It. : i
,,' Jr'? It Is with reluctance that. jive are *. : I
Fourth street Is very nearly, It not .. *
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that after the ,
;, 'r'1'" /(,,,I compelled to announce quite, as bad, but is not so much ,The man who has/ no argument to : '
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lr \' r;' \.. present IssueCaptain Irvine MatheAeditor used. However, the people would be offer IQ Rapport of his potution resorts o 31

:'' .; and) manager of the Miaiuj! {had to have Third street paved-ns to abuseand accuses the other ,|,
n h
I department, will retire from all connection a starter.- man of being an obstructionist:'. The %;
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have.
; you g
people understand this. But no argument -
: with THE SUN.
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AN I ILLEGAL SYSTEM. '
; much less personal abuse, .
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This action is made by
\\i .: necessary THE TnoPiOAt SUN bus culled attention will reconcile the people to abuse in ; o o _
;}: his stats of health, which Is such allffi. to the.. abuses prevalent 1n the public service. They are some- o. ,

.: to compel him to relinquish all work the manner of purchasing county times slow to net, but In the end the

.of any kind and! seek ubnoliite rest snpplies, and it has bad the effect of public official who buses the public 1 CHt

1 ""' ". and quiet for some time to' come. arousing': popular Interest, at the conlliieneu comes to grief. r :to :
2t D
game time bringing forth a storm of f
(: Whether he will re-enter "newspaper. yea '
-:' abuse the editor of this depart
upon to eight
Wr'II; l),.', work will depend entirely upon bib ment, but no defense! of thesystem Is The corporation organ In attempting ; solicited.
t ?//f.' health. that to defend tbe action of Cbo.lrmonMcDonnld
made or even, attempted, except
"f ," it has been the custom for years. In securing the appointment ;
'F .p" GIVE US FIRE PROTECTION. This! is true, but two. wrongs do not of C.C.C.C.IIaight'as.Justiee ( Lumber
Without adequate protection make a right. As a point of lag, It Peace at Palm Beach prints a letter .- ShinglesLath

i r p' '. njioinsb fire no town can thrive. Is more than questionable' if any alleged to have been sent the governor -
\.'. ", Insurance companies will not insure county or city official can legally; sell by McDonald, Informing/ him Warnell Tmasurer Crates
'.\, if do. charge exorbitant i und then that Height is not a Democrat, bu J and Maualf'tr
J 3r, or they they; ; goods to the county or city, '
V./.. ,.' rates, practically" prohibitive.Property sit as one of the Board'to audit, approve he did not inform the Executive that ----. -
4 .":, cannot Increase In value, and order paid such bills. Halght Is an offensive partisan and
t tt'., ;' because of lack of fire protection and Certainly such a system is opposed Treasurer of tbe Republican
'\ ... .. water for household. purposes/ to till moral law, and there is no Executive 'Committee. The organ '
': Persona seeking investment will doubt tlintif taken in to court wouldbe refers to THE SUN'S expose of MeDonaldls I ar I

;,'.; not buy because they have no means condemned as illegal. action as "slanderousstuff. '
X,c t''"0'; of protecting their investment. It requires no lawyer to tell you ." When'tbe truth hurts, i It ) 31 0<

e I. J.'; Vacant lots will not. be built' upon that if bids for county supplies were is an easy jibing to call it slander \ 0
? Ns .,fir'(, because the would-be< builder has no advertised for, the county officials\ ous. a r !
fire protection. these bids r t )hi- 0
v4'; who receive and act upon ,
.,0":,\. On the other hand! what can be would be incompetent, under the With proper energy, well directed : '
J said? Nothing The Florida] East law. to act upon their own bid or any Miami would soon become a greAt 2o
Coast Hotel Cdt; got the; water franchise hid in which they are even remotely center for tbe manufacture of cigars. o

I' without consideration\ nnd now interested. Hence, by nnulugous Tampa is not neniso well situated, : teK teK 11
i ', :.. refuses to carry out its oCligatlon. reasoning;, how much mbru.reprehensible but that enterprising town has taken
I)' The city council refu ef oral, any Is the system which permits the away a large part of the business bul1

i!,' rate fails., to call the company to purchase of eountf'supplies from formerly enjoyed by Key\: West. We WeV/

'. t .,''. account. What recourse have the County Commissioners, where there have. no desireto strike at Key West, Y 11
:, people? have even! been no bids: por.contracts but every desire to secure new industries -. x
:, They pay taxes but they do not awarded. for Miaul. A well organized 1Co free''' ,,. o

,, get"what they pay for.f. There Is no excuse for such a sys effort would result lu the ..loco '-
l'f.'' .. Of course, the present council! von tem. It ia a blol on the fail name of' tion of_ cigar; factories here. We !' 11
i be thrown out at the next election, the county, and should be stopped at won't ,get them without effort, thatis ;$ .as,to ,

but in the meantime what are the once, either by the voluntary action certain, and there eeenja) to be no oo o -
people to do? of tho County Commissioners, whose citizen publicspirited enough to take oIf .
It seems strange that not!: one !single attention has been publicly caller the'matter In hand. Here is work f't Ifk" 11 0
," member of the council has' tbeindependence to it, or else by injunction sued 1 out for th9Doaru of TruUu. 1 k"V k"i 31
i to take up the matter by some tixx-piiyer. It Is within! the i a'
.
r Some of them live in a section ol the province of any taxpayer to file such a 11
I l city where there is no protection. an injunction, and there ia no question The Board of Trade will find fruit- i' ,
e against; fire, and they own property, but it should 'be done,unless this ful subjects for discussion and action o 1I\01eO\ / :..r :..
I too. Have they no consideration for system is discontinued. In the propogattlon of f tho idea 01 '4t;,

? ,,. tr themselves or their families or are There Is no reason why a monopolyof planting sponges; and oysters In Bay t
iv .,ti they too"much wedded<< to the Florida certain suppliesshouldbo give! to Biscayne. The United States Fish B k' 0 f S C : : 'I :. ." -I'rMlJent ld8nt .. :'I' ,I ..' .
; Commission will readily i If ; I' ..'
>'T;. East:' Coast Coast Hotel Company to any firm in which a County Commissioner operate "" COBbler ", ,
y 'I .,' take up the matterand force an issue is interested. Indeed,-his very this organization; representing the .; I."*'
'. I' council? It looks very much like It. connection with the firm is, or should citizens, takes up the matter. It Is (J.\,1"" ,

,J '' 4<,;" The 'city council has authorizedthe he, a bar to that firm having any one of very serious Import to Miami, : : : : t IDA _; ar>..tff/+ is{
;':"' purchase l a quantity of news dealing whatever with the county.As M it would mean the building up of ". r\ '{,'; (
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,,':'. host* for tbe fire company, but has the time draws near for the Industries that would bring thousands ... ...,''i't..! ,':"" i 1
:: taken no steps to force the .water election of a new Board of County of dollars here annually. The : ; Il",
;(' company to put up more Ore hy- Commissioners, the people should I sponge fishing; alone is a.great thing ; ; ;,
,0' druntsV! With the exception of a think of these things. Some:) Com- for Key West and Tampa, and Mlimt ,{" ',.,l' ""\h

small area, including the central missiouers. Ignorant; of the law, but could just as well enjoy the ... "
business portion of tl city and that honest In their own conviction, have I same benefits. It only needs responsible e u ,. '

_ 'r section adjoining the lloyal Palm sanctioned the system because of I men to agitate it, and! it will .. .
? r fti hotel, the balance of !Miami is absolutely Unit ignorance, and blindly followed bear t fruit. Terms

r without any fire protection. precedent. It Is not probable, how- Application. '
You will be wait
'e& sorry'if you too long
? The purchase of hone Is a good ever, that ALL, were so ignorant, rue early bird catches tbe worm and & Sewing Machine r
1X1 thing, but fire hydrants In the ex- though such may be the cose. At likewise the first comer gels the first loll Is / wU recelv at
;1v: potted! sections of the city are also any rnte, It appears to l he u wise! 4 cheap: Townley Bron., teal estate dealra ; h
necessary Citizens would be perfectly move under existing circumstances : Anthony Block. ( ;
justifiable In refusing to pay For the people to express themselves . I
their tuxes until the citycouncil took emphatically on this point,as! well us Painful Accident.:
.. some !steps! to remedy the existing: others, and ell'Ct men who will Lave u Lat Thursday afternoon, Walter
r'' stute of affairs. due regard for tho dignity of the office Moody, it years old, son of Mr. Moody, re <
The Florida East Const Hotel Com : and! the responsibility of their of. Cutler, suffered"a most distressing and r
pany should bo forced to fulfill Its position, men who will obey the I painful\ accident. With another boy .,
obligations or else relinquish its dttirit BS W,1I118 the letter of the law. 'about hi* own age, he was spearing fish' !
.4 fif? franchise, which Is valuably and and above all things will show no I In the bay and bed captured a large -
q would not go beggldg.: discrimination in favor of one man I itingray, which he threw into( the boat, -
I and iu the of
above another in the purchase ol jccttement chasing! artther in
) fish, f.>rgot. Young Moody,
stepping > :
I r 9' STREET IMPROVEMENTS. county supplies or the letting of ; backwards, trod on the fish which ; Mail Orders rS
"Third streetcansid ringthenum- contracts. 1 promptly drove its barbed tall into the S
"r :- her' of IIOUHPB on It, Is in the worst The purchase of ALL goods; for ,alf: of hla right leg, inflicting a dreadful Branches. .
condition of any street In the city," county use!! by contract: after bids wound. As quickly. possible tbe two
was the remark of a citizen, this had been duly advertised for, should I boys got the bout up to the People's Fla ;'
t4!' : week to the writer. be t made a leading issue: In the coming 'wharf, where two sailors by main ; ; *
He is eminently correct. Two- campaign. I strength, drew out the 1 barb; and the e ,
; thirds the lots on Third street; I suffering boy .was taken to his father's "
1 between Avenues C und] I), are built EDITORIAL BREVITIES. home, where the wound was dressed, .
out l lie suffered agooy for* hours. At last
4 & s. uponbutthere'has never been any Truth and will in
Justice prevail iccounta be was !out of danger of btoodlolaoolng .
sr'' G effort at improvement. The street la public office as la all other relations and resting,easy. ; ; ;r

t' not even a roadway, but a wilderness of life, and men who fail to do their .-. .. ,
of brush sand and It Is I < ,
rockj. moral well 'their .
I ''rr aa as legal; obligations KRIPPENDORF'3; LADIES' SHOES;
r almost /impassable for vehicles in the
; in time ore brought to book. d ANTHONY SRO .e S
., day, and absolutely dangerous the -""'- .
nets '
: 't night( when there Is. not even an electric :serge and..'mall of land for ;> '
t liitht to guide the unfortunate Here Is n conundrum for those fruit, and vegetables. Townley Bros. ,

_ 4P. X r pedestrian who l is forced to traverse! who: enjoy uch puzzles: Why Is"analoon Anthony. Block. .
r the thoroughfare such a name can on M public street) demoralizing iu, ro"e,1 and unimprov- / 1 ;
be applied to It. According to the and obstructive" of public pier ed city properly. Townley Bro,. Anthony ) ; / '
t.. phi y ( report of the city treasurer, there 10 ?ren8, while a saloon bidden away In : Block. i ? FLA. rS i

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'. -, -- Some Bar arras j. .*

.. '.. J Tip Top Prices and Good, Crops Busy' Session---Important Cases Tried IJere4re !
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> --Acquittal and Conviction
<, ;. f' Making: Farmers Happy.Brief *> *
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And If watch this :
you space
The last term ollia"'e County-Court wasa I "
""I Chponlola' of Events of the Week
." From Fort Lauderdale to Cutler....: busy one Judge ter E. Heyser presided : ..JRirnrassBi -_ you will see something: : 11'
4 and Prosecuting Attorney James,
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; Buyer' Active.WVC. T. Sandersrepresented the State worth reading: each week J'R

1 The civil cases were not numerous nor I 1
; Watson, whose tomato farm la
}, A FULL. LINE OF located two Bud a half miles west ot were any of them-6f any great luipor- 17 lbs. Granulated Sugar for : ;

OUR FAMOUS J Cutler, .baa one of the beat, if not the Lance The following are: among the 18 lbs. Extra G. Sugar for '
,.,H : Criminal: cases,. with convictions and
r ". .4. belt average crop in that sectfou. acquittals l : 51.21bs. Good Roasted Rio Coffee $$1 00 ""'
1 Gen. S. C.Lawrence Is haud- !
4 having 15 Cans \VeightMUk oi Pet Cream
t W. W. Hancock, petit larceny; not u;
none eight room residence erected on ,inllty-G., A. Worley, att'y. 16 lbs. Good Rice f t P

? :k "' "Cuban"Lindll Shirts all vlded the modern Orange with underground Glade conveniences.One road. .It will cistern be pro and -Joseph. Worley\ Derry,,petit aU'y.Joha larceny. ; not guiltyG. 33 lbs Best Winter Wheat Flour I \ ,


.. .. of the straws tlint show that the Tucker assault and battery; Hams 14c lb. ;
pleaded and
sentenced fine offS
guilty to
fs
wind
of "T> perlty blowing steadily
.' and cost. Good S n-Dried Apples lOc lb. .
: Cullerwise, is that last Tuesday there ;
NOW .
.' .. were received at the 'postoffice there A. C. Llghtburn, carrying concealed 'f
EN ROUTE : Sag letters And postal cards, besides a weapons; pleaded guilty; sentence BUS. '
pended during good behavior. e. D. LEFFLER
xr fAn : .huge paper mail. 48
James Blue,assault and failed r
battery f !q
.. J. II. Young, a Michigan man, to and his bond declared Twelfth St., Between P, 0. and Biscayne Hotel ". MIAMI FLORIDADry t
m Al lyy ........:............... : who located in the South Dade country treated.appear es i
.. Borne years ago owns and operates a r
I .... sawmill l at the most southerly point in W. W. Stanton, operating a lottery; --

Also'. y'. .. the United States', three Bud one half! not guilty-G. A. Worley, atfy. .y
.I miles west of Cutler and supplies all John Bascoute, carrying concealed

I Choice Line I \" ... that region with lumber. weapons;not guilty-G.A.Worley,aU',;. XIM1J\NIES.\ f ::: rt

...... The tomato area, tributary to Cutler Benj. Dempsey carrying concealed B r .
... this year Is conservatively estimated at weapons; not guilty; -G. A. Worley,
750 acres and if there had been fa favor att'y.

Canvas Shoes able weather conditions: as was antlclpated. Clarence and Georgia Jenkins, enticing
Goods Notions Etc.The
.the yield would have been simply away labor; mistrial' -G. A. Worley, lt
enormous. As it is, no bodyjloses mon att'y. L

and Straw Hats ey, and while others will not make BS :Albert' Willis, assault and battery;

handsome profits as they expected the plead guilty and sentenced to, $5 fine ,
... ... returns in >many instances will be re and cost of court-W. R. Anno, att'y. Only Complete and Exclusive l:

.......... tnuuerative.Mr.'W. W.' H.- Girtman..selling liquor on Sun .Dry Goods House in Dade County A '1'.. :

for. J. Dougherty, who located a Jay. The ac uI d""a represented t by f
'. Prepare = mile below Cutler a little over six: yeareago H. P. Atkinson and G. W. M. Williams. We have just received our New Spring Silks, Lawns, Nainsooks, if

the Warm Weather 3 has so occupied his time that be and after a lengthy trial the Judge Swisses, Cliarnbraye' Embroider. Laces, Ribbons, Eto. Ita- -90
has one of the prettiest little places on ordered the jury to bring In a verdictof ported anti fiomosUa Wash Fabrics of all kinds. I'
1 '' the coast. He has a small canning and not guilty Samples furnished upon request. Great line f \.

} preserve factory in which he utilizes/: t,. E. Hill\ keeping a gambling house. of IIouse'I<'ufnlshlng Goods at 4.
1 tomatoes, guavas and pineapples for The regular panel was exhausted in this Low Prices. 4
I It jellies and.preserves and also puts up] case and a special venire was called, but 1
delightful pineapple cider and guava the result was a mistrial. The accused
t' SURPRISE STORE
1 wine; showing how much that is elsewhere was represented by Messrs. H. F. Atkinson r 1.
allowed to go to waste, can be G. W. M. Williams and G., A.

utilized.! Worley, and the Stale was assisted by JI43I"C.. L. XIMANIES, Prop.
I .
C. C. Chillingworth.Lassisto -1,
Mr. Hughes, of Ross & Hughe, near c
,
Cocoanut Grove, is so pleased with THE & Baker vs J. s./Warner & .. ?" J
t TROPicfAt SUN 'that'' he subsetibed and Co., action .n bond; verdict for plaintiff -.'
ordered the paper sent to his son at and damages at, $343.46 with legal in. .fi t ,

Willlsburg. Ky., to show him that there terest. 4 i if

I ANTHONYBROS. lea live newspaper,published in Florida Henry Owens, selling liquor on Sunday -

West of Cocoanut Grove is the home ; plead guilty and fined $50 and Itoiiitlf nl."lonntlon, for hotel or rout.. Bnranln' In Improved business f. r
deere' In Miami fronting' on Jluy tau property In Mlmnl.' Will pay 30 ,
of Mr. James M. Ellis, formerly of Waterbury costs. v coat on 11 th crest IHu feet, mi Ave- .
.. per rent. on Invratment. Cun be
III'U" A.180 'et. Thin pro le I t
Coon By patient labor he has One of the most important cases was near lho Royal. I'xlm Iliitfl I, let I loot had lit..a burffaln. If sold In the !
almost completely surrounded his place that of James Arnold,charged with sell I.VMNI.OO.from:. lintel I'urk, Diir.iuu at next thirty day., ; I II "
West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami b y a solid stone fence supported at the log liquor on Suriday, in north Miami tl. ;
corners by maiasive pillars which are and which was the only one of the 000000TOWNLEY f.

crowned, as are the gate pillars, by cen several slnlilar cases on trial that resulted *>
.---- ----.
twit plants." And the result fully pays in a conviction. The case was ap-
for the labor expended. pealed to the Circuit Court on a $230: BROTHERS
Untliony's Sloes s sW Salesman: 'l r ._, >oud?the bond being signed by W. U. pREAL'
I Girtman Arnold' and
employer by
+ p' THE PASSING SHOW.) ESTATE AGENTS !
John Sewell, county commissioner. The ?
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Points Purely Personal of People Coming accused were represented by If. P.. MIAMI FLORIDA
: ..ALAWAAiAAlUAlAA1VAiU.u, wUTAAVIIAAAWA1lA'u' Going Atkinson and G: W. M. Williams. I:
rn And I I
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Messrs. W. C. Black and John Gamble PROFESSIONAL CARDS fy
E. of Troy, Ala., registered at the'Bis- tn Orange (rove 'In tI.8'. '
.W DDElL vlHnlty. nf MlHiul ;Nina; ficrea Intrwt. _
carne hotel this week. It is undertood I
Five In
TV" It. ANNO, acres hpurlntf grove
that these gentlemen are down here t":/ 4 years, old HMIH>!Cottage, Will l & I Ii
e : pay UO per cent on IIIVL..I".t.
. yyy! fj N..N............................ with the purpose of looking at desirable ATTORNEV.AT.LAW. .Itnrgnln. at Four ThoiitiunU l ollum. I ++
1 0 real estate with a view to purchasing. Office-Front" Room, Hatchctt Building -AT*.D, Ir
I f Mr. Frank A Ehert a wealthy brewer MU..I.. Florida. 410190JOBEKT "
I x', | Fine list City Lots, desirable ,when 1 Wo desirable business ',.
Why pay rent you ran >1iy have prop. ;
of T New York accompanied his friend
ea1 / by from '10.101' 'Iros.. M In od I, itluucoitDK arty In Ill inml', Improved and iinlmprovod -
1'>[r. E. B. Grogau, arrived on the for- [ K. TAYLOR.. easy lorms." from ,.00.00 to yiuoo.no uu ,fur auto on enay terms. r, p,
*' Biscayne Bay fronts ; icr's yacht la.it Friday'and are ,guestsat .'. LA WYEtl*. )
<> the Biscayne hotel.

Estate | also Fruit and Vegetable Mr.: Thomas M. Culbertson, of Ash. Office in Postoffice' Block. *
a aI land, Ky., who hal been spending the MIAMI FLORIDA
9 .VI4-tf f
last five winters at his bay front cottageat ..
Y ,* Tracts near Miami, Coco1- Cocoanut Grove expects to leave this :H.Fi! ATKINSON Tomato Wraps aridCrate '

and week on his yacht far New York whence ,, ,\.
a
; i| nut Grove and vicinity, improved ba will go to his blue grass home. Mr. AJ70RNEY-AT-LAW. .,

)-",,,.-, ".')'" Culbertson Is expending much time and NOTARY PUBLIC. Nails s. '
'", and money in beautifying his Florida winter MIAMIr Pr.A. iI
: .j | unimproved, 11-JO-lV.
louie. .- '
.
I1Collection'{ : . r EO.-A.. :\VOJtL.KV.: have just received( a large stock of Tomato Wraps, *< \ /
: ; | suitable for residence, or inAgetlCY A Fine Catch.. : Tomato'Picking Baskets, Crat ,.Nalla and Vegetable 01
ATTORNfr-AT-LAW. : Carriers. I purchased early and purchased -
rlght.and
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1 Sheriff Frohock has made a fine cap. ,
d ) ;. vestment. tore, in the of bad uegrouamed General practice In Slate end Federal Court... it will.pay,any one in need of tomato wraps and nails .'
person
J"r' $ "Rich".Voung who is wanted for the All butiiitcM. eutruwted will receive prompt|attentton. to seo .me, pr write fgr, prices, before buying: I also
Office, Brown Building Are. D and 18th
a
(. i.................................. murder of a young white man near Rtrwt. carry _. y I 4
Savannah, Ga. IIi. partner la the crime' MIAMI. FLORIDA j #
Full Line of General Merchandise ? fr
is in the hands of the law, but. "Rich" ; *: '
:
Phosphate and managed to get down here to Miami G. W. S. BELL AT LIVING. PRICES .>g.1 ')
.
1 where the sheriff caught: him and ;
*% :t Orange Grove Lands promptly communicated\ with the Gtfor- Contractor add Builder i.:

: gla authorities. He received a wire that OF FINn HOUSES HUDSON I BURRLittle ;. :'

On the West Coast as would officer be down with Wednesday.the necessary to' take; papers the I Do Business South Dada :. 11! 1 i:' River, Florida #: ; t'

negro back: to Georgta. There is a it !. t

Agent for Armour & Co, Fertilizers, Chicago. Aermotor Wind Mills, Chicago reward of|25Q for Young's capture and P. O. 80X361. WEST PALM BEACH '" \.',. 1..,,..,.,. .'t 11.,
of coutse this very properly gors to the .

.. Correspondence Solicited. I!herifl. __. ,*V. .__________ Establlsh..t in 1870 STHNTON '!1'
FLANK W. & CO. :
,
Om'c Over Bank of Bay 8Isoan. MIAMI, FLORIDA: "
Somers Bro. & a
Avenue D. and Twelfth Street rv7 Seaboard Air Line Railway, Co '

"Vnr Operates the only higti-clasg Pittsburg Penn'a.Invite OUR SPECIALTY r ..": f
ally train between St. Augustine .*
Buy 'Your Clothing of the Jacksonville add New York. Observation consignments of Dade County s : ''
Compartment, Drawing. Product, Vegetables and Fruit', Fancy East Coast Tomatoes't' ,

Room and Dining Cars of- Pull! promising prompt salts, highest
: PIONEER CLOTHING MEN man's !latest models, constitute the Flttsburg market prices and immediate I 14. Vine Street Philadelphia .. .' : k kC
J returns. Correct and
personnel of these superb trains. con ..1' J,
St. at 8:5a. ervative market advice and quotations e ''\
OP DADE COUNTY a.I eave. Leave Augustine Jacksonville dally dally at with stencils, suppliedfree Growers. of Florida Oranges and GrapeFrultA; a': ::,"
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J 11. ; Schneidman & Cohen 10:10 L a. IE.KNOX ,refer on. request.We to this paper. leading Did Cwnty: OROVES LOCATED: /$::,?: '.'ct:t: ;. '. .

s.. HATS- the'world hlpper nu reliable Pltt,"ource hurz Bank of information nnd other..eUIHI6a to our LUes & Stanton, Terra Cats Fla. Armstrong; & Stanton Palmetto, 1'la ,t i -.
standardjof Bn,,ocial itaiaiua nod busts:,..method. Knox & !Stanton Limon, FU. 1. \
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i SU d,'' 6 TINS TROPICAL BUN, WIJST PALM BEACH, ffLOUIDA, FRIDAY A-PRtL 18, 1902. .J
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and had found, what, in his opinion PROPERTIES wwltge try !(: : '
OF SPECIAL CHOICE X$. :$ jtt$:X( *
t was just the article needed; that 0 -
the ]Had experimented withit : PAUL C. JONES W'C. MINNICK c
"' department
J.
IMPORTANCE AND t 8 ....
and found that it was suitable! for our ; : .

I, __ country and her possessions JONES &' MINNIOfcBuilding
BARGAIN TRACTS '
"' : To Farmers and Fruit-Growers Is "With our possessions, Hawaii, Porto '"

3 \"I Address of Secretary>. Wilson Rico and the Philippines," Secretary f t House Built? J j janta. : J "" .' ''" ;
: I'L
Wilson said "we have no need to Import A Few Leaders from :the LIst of :
of Agricultural Department '
an7 article of food clothing from I ContractorsOnly
? .' o :c ,
--- \ for raise Desirable Properties, Offored r \ ','1 "n
any other country, we can THOS. J. GRIER ; .
fruit oC I x xo '
The farmers and ,
growers
"
everything/ that can pwsulbly be needed.We by the TROPICAL REAL ESTATE !
r( t4. lade County and of the Easl Const should 10 regulate matters that Ibis e, It o *' the Best of'MechanicsEmployed '

wliy e specially IqtereHted in tbe 0<.1. country will not have to. fall upon the EXCHANGE,' I Contractor I \'. ..
;, dress of Secretary Wilson of tbe Departaient ... ,,
fcfcif" outSlde world for these articles. Our \
,.. of lu President W. I I. METCALf;; : ; ? on ContractsWEST : ; : -
Agriculture
r {,1 In reference to the Isthmian canal anager.l r and BuilderIs \ ,,' '.e '
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F
( Roosevelt's cabinet delivered before tbe attention was called to the fact that when WEST PALM BEACH., ... : :...,,

r Jacksonville Board of Trade last Friday completed the South would be the highway 6 5o PAUVT BEACH: e .. S ito&ipA: "' :X

ear: The subject matter bf Ills' speech affords for the exportation of grain,: from Abstracts of Title Furnished.; prepared to All I your order' n 0 12-SO ,t, .|yDOoC > ,

food for serious thought and ap- the middle West' In preference to the Surburban Tract= 2 promptly and in wo'rkmanllke. o f xgG.

peals strongly: to those in whose hands Pacific coast; that the canal would furnished "
is the destiny of thin State &n a Partly improved fruit! .nd-ptnnted v manner Estimates S ..
placed shorten the distance' to Asia and the grove, near town, 1' : illtB"B". frnot, t tacrea s o' :con '
fruit and vegetable producing country. south Pacific\ inlands especially the cut cleared,U acres I fl choke orange and. g1 construction[ work of every o
fruit trees. M In Irish
The advice Riven In reference to tin ting down of the distance traversed by grape J"acre iu Hanoi-tea acre Ketahte\ I potatoes acre Ita esor pt on, 0 W. S. BELL

t A y,, cultivation of tobacco Tice and tea iso rail, ''and that Florida with proper Inducements in closed taiiiutoen with,poultry same I tictttitfN of chicken'pv:yard 6-room en. It :0 c ,' .

o, good. lie very properly drew attention could secure a goodly shareof hotme,: supplied: with water tank,|grove supplied o - ""'- :c
Itn \ : with irrltfiifliig plant. good stable and I If 0
J'M' to the serious consequences that will ibis buslners. wagon .'GUrul"; J acre flower garden plnntetl Contractor and Builder'4

most surely follow the complete denud. Each year SecretaryWilson has asked to chMc,.L roues LAND.",1 IN l other DAD, t flavrem COUNTY: HHBTOKANL.K A i West Palm Beach, Florida .

lug of the forests. As has been properly Congress far appropriations for different baricatu orouerty for *wo.! v. "
l o 'rr.. .lr ,0/1/ WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
:i' r" said the South is endowed by nature to lines of work iu the department, and be SI OIIOIe 0110i/07/07e 0i1 OS/OS10710'i10t10A ,

r a greater extent than any other territory said be found that the Representatives Lake Front Fruit Land: The erection and PLANS of Buildings of all descriptions ,given personal w
One h ii tired and .of No.] attention. SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED nON
in world and all
of like size the ,
a Lantana ,
of the South and Florida especially, pineapple land, mar will be ,
APPLICATION All work well and
fi g that needed i on tbe part of its Inhab. were always ready to help 111 in. He sold,. cheni house Twenty situate acres on th..llIlIdl.lIk"fcollt. cleared,iimnlljcotnfortnhle C. Dittmar: I done. References given if desired.promptly ,,'

v Hants Is crtfifidence. In its resource and urged, though the people of \ com Owned by iou-ienlt1enO, whoueMlto ... '''' '
F every: $ ,,'J
Completely for 'Irst C1ass l t'
Equipped
n determination to use them to the best to through their dlnpos of name at a sacrifice, price DRAT,KH INItou"h ;
munily help representatives '
t I --.- and-- Residence on Everuia Street near,Lake Front p. 0. I {
ndvautnxe. In Congress,: to get.necessary appropriat'ons :'. l.n-ir :r
: Fruit .Landr:
Unimproved 1
In addressing Board< of Trade Secretary for the Agrlcnltural 'De- Ditessed isurnber: ._
7b lore trnct nr ir OjuH, suitable; for citrus .T.7.
c, + Wilsou said that those in chargeof partment to carry on the work so fruit or pineapples. If Mold in entire trout '

the Agricultural Department were essential to the country and to the 1.tJ':',;.Hero.tract Ton.and acre figure.:Lola at, jam per* acre. Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds Want aHouse .' : : "

I doing what they could to help the peoI farmers in particular ------.- Mouldings. Brick Lime, ,,., \

I pie produce more and better products He then took up the subject of tobnc. Tow Property: :- and Builders' Hardware. _

r, with the least possible labor and that 00, telling of the growing and care It d-R00111, Hou.., now, on Rood residence. FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA Builtc,
,, the department had a force of 2,000 men required. lie once had an expert in tract! lrlcc, ,.,800. '

': at work experimenting with 'new and l33 oo cfwli. __ H, '1'. Grant, Contractor and Builder, la prepared to ,give
and that
.i" untried plants trees; they were Washington,: man who had made a
'
First Clues
I Vacant iota RcatttencoR<\ on bent streets Lightwood; Poets for1'Ineapple.Goveriug service and work needing .
prompt satisfactory to
one
,'f' makliig chemical analysis of material In life study of the plant, and probably the Large and small cottages, BunlucBi blocks, and other tiny r
', .. effort( to obtain the best results of fertilization most expert man in the country. The Address purposes anything( in the construction line.

t k and cultivation. Japanese Government, however, had Connnodio"sreaWenceon one of the best Call on or address! .
'
'"; it ," The !South; and especially Florida he him corners and In A most desirable,neighbor.hood. /H. B. HOWARD
t : ) offered greater inducements, and "" ,H. 1 GRANT?
ft'44!;" stated, bad advantages/ over the rest of the man bad accepted the offer. He One of tho most conveniently arranged! res Sebastian( F/a ;:,. .

7 the country. It had heat and moisture said it would take-years to educate an ideucealotus 10WIl. 'nl"d.on, a choice. 6.6.1902 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
residence street convenient to 'snhool.churches
:4y:; two essentials to the raising of crops and other man for the work depot and btidlnciM center Cheap .

iii '(t' feed for domestic animals; that the people ;"Connecticut" he said, "is experi a.$Joon. ___ I I. Ii. . ( )(
: ,; North and West had coM Good .
I of the n menting with Sumatra wrappers and Tnve.tmenPProperty-co-roomhouse,
'9\;4' winter to contend with, and were com can producer.-a jine article. One thousand well located. i'Hce.$Jso.. :

i!, '1fJ pelted to house their anlOlals and feed acres have been planted in that BuIMIng: Loin,,at well 9300,located$ oo. 1430:;Inv, $1,300.desirableneighborhood $.,500 Build Houses J. M. M. BR6KCofltracior jjl:

;t.': them. In speaking upon the subject of Slate and the crop will\ be a paying one. and$3300 each, *> Move Houses G

: feed, for. stock hd. urged the farmers of We pay S,000,000 a year to Cubans,(for Panlitonahle prlvato' boarding house' fura- Buildings

'ti' the country to diversify their foragee fine fillers, and we can produce an (shed and two splendidly located lot.., oven Repair Houses. i and Builder :
I lookhitf Lake hiuVTloe to post office and on Commission
!", crops. equally good article in (jus country If tnarkvU Price|8,500. Shop work .
He then spoke of the value of cottonseed properly cared for." ,
Finest residence (furnished) and
property
b'' meal giving as hit opinion that it Wheat was the next subject referred moat commRtMlint(1y located property In -.-.Repairing- ,I Plans anti L Specifications Furnished .
Went Palm Rued Splendid view of the
1 L" was of vast Importance to the South- to, Secretary Wilson telling of a particular Lake and Bust I bido front. Price$7, .500.a Dock Building.
i,. far more valuable than generally understood species from which macaroni made [ _|_ f< T* @ on Application ;
to be. lie deplored tbe pending Beautiful residence site near J>ke front .
1 k Ordinary' wheat he said "cannot .
Call f
i'rtce $3000 on or addressr '
State WEST PALMBEACH.. :FLORIDA
of seed meal out of the to
cotton
A produce a Ilaur suitable for making a .
the North and West as feed for stock, i good article of macaroni, but through New io rouni renldcnooon beet home street YARBOROUCHWe.t I3XsXSxS&S( i>@ M. J. .
,'" In town, near churclie9 and acnoolat" fa wo. '
s at even a greater cost than fit could he experiments carried on by the Agricultural <

I fli\., fed to cattle where grown "Florida Department a grain has been found cared Thrremnall. ,corner tenement lot. Price cottages i,6oo well 'local 1'alm Beach. Fla. :

j\ cannot afford this," he said; "the people that can be grown successfully, and that on' JAMES: aa HLLEY;
Neat little home of aye room, porch cmthrue
sell the cotton seed oil, for that takes ,
can :
will in
a short time be cultivated to such Hide of house, plenty of shade fuyard U
h..i nothing from the country for it Is the an extent that enough will! be producedin convenient, ,on good distance street,Front in churches':.''achool>d, I BUILD HOUSES. ... BUILDER _
:, of the wind and rain the land ;
product ; this country to enable ui to make and depot Price$'040Q, .
I' however, should not ! i from sufficient macaroni for our own need Double cottage; IM rooms; on principal' rest WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
; ',, meal, for it comes the soil and and to ha 7e a surplus for" export dunce street; rout for$.ttS. ,er year. Price l-B-tf
'; G. A. KUNZE
the e2,500.
I '' should be returned otherwise land "Tea call be grown successfully; in the I '

J i i', ,. will become poorer and poorer as the South South_ Carolina has produced Double cottage' n rooms, comer of Olive\ Contractor and
roll The people of Denmark Fern street; rents for $itut pel Price I Builder
by. year.
years some of the Iincst.thaf "has been'grown o
$2,200 Lumber and ( Material
J I t, r r' : are sendldR'to this country tor cottonseed and I see nO, -eRIIOII why we should not ... I Specifications! on Application ,, Building!
Y meal, and with it producing grain raise all that is used here.,' Double""cottage, r 4' rooms, located on Olive
tf t street. renU for$aB8 per year Priceji,8oo. P. 0 Box 254 WEST PALM BEACH
i.S': \ especially corn and sending it back to "I asked Congress! for a $10.000 appropriation for 3-3T-.HI1I .. :Everything in the Building Line ..
f.. > Is We should use our Special figures for C all of the th..eprenedlnK -.
us. This wrong. -
to carry on experiments in properties to any oue wishing'tomake "', 11'" .
meal and produce enough grain for silk culture and it was granted., I beliee a interest-paying( ( iuve&lment. Lime Sash Nails fr'
: .
1 ) : our own use, and to even send..some First-Class HaL d ,
it
be raised with Builders'
', II! too can success Truck-Farm Lands: ware .
Cement Doors Paints
n. away. Another use for cotton seed.tneal. I "
r here.
Il 11.., "I;f"own'j 1 and \a good one, tools for cattle feed Inft'K .. rroMP"rou.t Splendid quack.vt.getab'e land'' In growing one of ettleineiita the moat Turned wk and Mill ",

the winter months when! the grass Is Choice tracta at $a5 per Blacksmithingcan House Orders a Specially _.
( What Our Senators
are Doing. acre for cash Special prluo on time pay. Work of all Kinds ,,
"
"
!\\i : '.' drjr. Stock thus fed.. will be in good ; meuta. ..'
Florida's
,
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condition by tlie time the spring grass representatives Senate GEO. F. PADDISON Eau Gallie; r'TO
Fla.
always be
have not been idle this ;
; week.
: ., .... comes, instead of thin and poor. Senator fake Worth Water-Front: ,obtained at the ,.,a.lf -
'', tfallory has submitted to the Senate *
_ 9- 1 t 'II "1 also deplore the fact ,that the best an ono feet of Lake front adjoining one or the new shop of -

stock cattle of Florida are being shipped amendment to be incorporated into the handsomest: ,: Improved:; properties ou the ',,,,,...r-v.: ..!'JIr.-, Ii
; Sundry Civil Appropriation, providing Lake. Can be bought I ,If taken at once.nta -'V". I ,"
from home. Its dressed in the North. bargain figure. JAMES
: ;!, markets and comes back in the for an appropriation 131,000 for MILLER 'ALL ;
t ern 500 feet of double frontage, Lake and Ocean INTERESTED J J'r
\, f.1 shape of rounds, loins and roasts. This completing construction of the road beautiful knoll for building site" "hearing. ClematIs Avenue West of
from Pensacola Fla to fie Nations cuconmit, oiangeand lime tree. Bplendd Railway.
s! t', should not be. You should kill and boat house' sea.,,. uonr voluble ,Improved !TEESPeiiiiisiilar : S : l i
)
..A: .. dress your own beef." '_ Cemetery; near that, city. A bill for the properly _

.Jti Secretary Wilson,said the the depart same purpose was Introduced it Is understood BUILDIVO Lora.-Lakoana Ocean front Iron and -
"tf'. < in both Houses Congress, all.al'to460: per foot : Electric C p.
: I
with
44,ft\ ::' ment between was the experimenting trifollala and the a sweet crocs Senator Taliaferro has submitted an Repair Work sc- ;.

4 t ; that an effort was being made amendment to the Sundry Civil bill also. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. ,
orange A, *
"; to produce 1harlyorange.. What the I Senator Taliaferro's amendment pro- ., Specialty COMPANY ',

r outcome of this would be he could not vides for the appropriation of I oooo To all whom' it may concern+ take no --- IS NOW open: to the patronage of the public of West i.. ;' r':

w say. for the equipment of the quarantine tin: Geo. S. Hacker & Son Palm Beaoh and vicinity. ,"
station kianii Tuaco-partnoriililp .
lIe of the reckless waste of the to be established at Fla. linretofora existing botwoen -
.' spoke the fact that The amendment has been referred to the JHH.H. McUlnluy and Chn.. E. heifer, Electric Construction of All, Kinds. :dAn"ao
forests, and deplored( they under the firm nand 01 3, B. AfcOlnley Co.. '
were fast becoming destroyed and no committee on appropriations' for consid- hui thiN. day been dlHuolrod. liy mutual. -council h torn, Jail Delia,IIurElar and )yira Alarm Byatcm,a Specialty. ", :

provU'.on: made for the future. The department eration. :. t, ALL WO11K UU1IIANTEK1) :;1
e Said. Jan. D. McQInley. will pay all tlcbt of :
lie said has forest trees to I\
OtHce In Jefferson
The Consolidated sold co-partnvnlilp. and dollpttolltlaliuu due Block, 10-18-tf
Systems.., "
> send wherever requested, and he should
1 ; them. ,
rF .\' be p'eased to honor, applications for The consolidation of the Atlantic: JAM. B. KfiOivLcv P. O.,39i.!> West Palm Beach, Fla.xcb "i

them from this: State. The department Coast Line and the Savannah,:.Florida ClIAH. E IlAUKU.Went "';

4, ; ? is taking... special interest In this line of and Western Railway' means the con' II 211.41 Pulm Stench. FI.... March 3(>, 1U(> ". ..: >, D :*c& y ,tX -"",- \ :'"

{ work and has issued a valuable book solidation of a large/( amount of capital. w

on the subject, which every land owner The New York Times gives some figures -

ought to have.Continuing which show f the amount of capital Involved NOTICE. BOND & BOND COMPANY
;
t .. tn[ the Circuit Court, Haventb .
: 1: ; Secretary Wilson said : fndieIHltlrenlt, f In hancWy.; MANUFACTURERS OF
i t S that the Department of Agriculture was The capital stock of the Allan tic Coast John-Dn.feCouaty Conner l ," "I"r da. > I I. (INCOKPOKATED.) '
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{ ; ': I always glad, to send experts wherever Line is put at $$4,280,300$ of which Eva Conner.M<. J> I" Divorce; Doors, Sash,' .
MANUFACTURERS
to advise the and giveJ 518.390,300 Is OF
requested people preferred and the rest To Eva Connor, Qrteilnir: Blinds, MouldingsAND
: them the benefit of thorough and Dracti.I common, with a funded debtor 14,416',. 1C appearing from the niiluvllTol! Vf. t.Meteair .

r cal experiments on any particular line 500. The Savannah, Florida and West. ,Hollnltor for the ('0I1lpl,1I14DIo..the ,, 1 r LUMBER. LATH AND r
V4 ot work of the department. ern Railway and its leased and operated above oiitltlnl cause, thus yon are a hone Building Material, SHINGLES I L i
resident ol tho State ol llorlda, and, that _
M; lIe thinks the South has a great future hoes is capitalized at 19,432,000. with, a your Inxt \known place of residence In all CHARLESTON C.

1 { F vt In her manufactories; tfint the number funded debt of 114,986,000.. Tbe capital \\tmt nrtil Street\ New York City, State ol Its.. Largest Factory South. Flooring, Siding and Ceiling, o Brick-Lime and Cement. "'

TM. of Industries are Increasing, he Is sure stock of the entire Plant System Is put New York, that you are over the, age of ,
Send for Price.
I $ IIe then gave fctatistics of the numberof at 123,403.900, and the funded debt at twenty-one..of tore and that time. In no -IN STOCK-
; one In thiN State upon whom. legal' service ,....
spindles and looms in operation at the bt.I 73$00. ,
can be .nI..ln your behalf; Ifr I. therefore
q'- time of the last census report and told --. ordered that you do appear to thla bill\ (jf complaint OFFICE AND YARDS .3.1.1902

f r. of their great benefit to this section of Augusta G*., is III the throes ot a Clod In this cause, on or before the WOOD WOOD ON F. E. C. RY. '
1 ;- the country; that the very fact of mills strike. Eight hundred hands employed 'Itrli day of May A. D. 1 DOS, the same being .

1,00 .' t' in the South had increased land values la the King Cotton Mills are after a 10 vital It IN rules further day. ordered that thin seder, he Between. Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. '

% I ''f and that they would still increase; that per cent increase in wages. The trouble lulillaheil once a work for lour eonaecu.* Stove ,Wood

capitalists realized that real ertate in the threatens to involve other milk,.throw the weeks. prior to an 1,1 eel day t>f May,.'.A.
I .4. South was a good investment. He predicted InK 10,000 people onto? employment D. 10UJ, /In TH. 1"RopikAi. hut, *. newapauer Delivered to Any Tart of Town. LAKE

a henry immigration to this Slate .. .. of Florida publlalifd ln Dado County. and,(State WORTH BOAT WORKS

} : to.",f" In the near future. at ft. Launch, perfect order; also :i H, Ordered thin 8d day ol April A. D. 106:1.Eo : .-. .' Leave orders at,Wood Yard, on Cle:: > ', A. T. Itos :. Proprietor 'S.
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Rice the next subject he touched 1'. malls Avenue near tlte,railroad tAck' ,
was Pierce ,
engine for sole; half price. .> : O! D1!A,It OO UN'' or and .llI1r
: ; W upon. He stated that tin expert from Agent for the Gray Marine and Station Clerk nf the Chdilt Court of Dade County; Built; to Order, Overhauled Repaired DiagDY' .'

:' ,,f" tlie Department of Agriculture had I ary Gas Engines. W. P. UNDERWOOD, Florida J. T., SNELL '. or Hauled Oa ,
w'.MBTCALP. \ ; Boat; Yard. at;
suitable for this Mangonia. ,,
hunted for A> grain coanI J Jt Roseland, Fla. l-ji-tf. *
f V Solicitor for the Complainant. ; PBQPUIF.TOR.< 0-e.itWD W-18- -1'. O. addrvi. WEST PALM
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TIIK TKOPICAI, SUNWKST PALM BBACH, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1902. 7vu

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--- READING FOR THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. AGENCY
Manilla House
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A BUSINESSLIKEADMINISTRATION 1
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STATE PRISONERS LESSON III, SECOND QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL '

SERIES APRIL 20. CONTINENTAL
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MRS TIFFANY SPROULi' "* Prop

J $ A Timely Appeal for the State Con. \' I.
+ ; ', Text of the Lea...,Act, x, 84..*4Memory '
I ti' .'_ "---..---..-:-----..------.--...' ..--_. vlcta t>y ?Commissioner r' V.r...;:4 iII-M--Ooldan Text. Clean Rooms L5'?. PLANT COMPANY S

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Al ;' thin, 'particulnr time [It will make Interacting reading end afford the Agriculture MoLln.TAUA.HASBBB Acts JK, a4rConuueatarr Pr.pr.i] -

friends of the present State administration a great deal of pleasure fcy flay D. Ml Pear: And, Good. -. !?r- Of Bittrell"N.'C. -

ana pardonable pride to note some of the achievements along, the line.of good ,Fla., April tl. (Copyright, :1001, by Amortoan Press. AesoalaUorsj Wholesome Food.,," J -

vunment' der the regime of Governor j',nainga! attd'all accomplished andbrougbthnto Editor TnopMAi. Bunt ." .
84 85.
Of a truth I pereelvs that God !I.
) effect within the space of one short year. Through the; columns of your paper I Bo respecter of person.. Rates $5.00 Per Week ..-,f.: s .' :\ MTItAMWEIUlY PLANTS t

A recent issue of the Tallahassee Dally Capital: gives the list published below desiie to direct the attention of the varlous Aa in Ocn. I and it t andItexxt; : rind FeV C 'i>baKi), ToiuMtn sad Celery: Fla'nln, i
Week
Table Board 50
> recdunting some of the more sullen t points scored by the Govetnor, which; religious denominations and Curl: xzll so throughout this whole Bible the $.f ,- '...'I'/ !

are either Innovations or reforms and which are either the direct result of pie 'rec. tian or benevolent organizations in this story U that of God working out Ills Near Corner Polnsettu and S ,-Banyan 'V.1UNATIUN A BpacinUy.W PINKS. t

h J ,- : ouitueudations to the legislature or may have been made.. in conformity with the and other towns and communities la the eternal purpose (Eph. Ill, 11)) notwithstanding Streets c,.. S

\ attitude taken by him during the campaign that resulted( in his. election State to a field for labor. the opposition, of the devil handle J tows and Plnwrrliig Plants for ; ,
U. L. VabctvOlcu St. Mary, Fla.. .
There are over 900 prisoners IQ the and of sinful men controlled by the WEST PALM] BEAC",;:;Flat.
:. Seven cent bonds converted Into three cent, ,
per successfully per A share of[ your pntronnffft noliclted.MAH 1.
fc Slaking fund bonds destroyed prison of this State1 and this class of devil. The special l story of the Acts ,...... ;I JI

people need reforming and moral train la that of the beginning of the gather ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED:
ir, State tax lory materially reduced. ing out from the gentiles a people for 197tCVOSS
literature in each
lag. placed
Religious ",.Address FRANK COt-K, Y
Conveyances of school funds finally perfected. Ills aud this work be. HOUSEThe
name (xv, 14)), :
of the prison camps would do much to I.>i-tf P, O Pox M4, West Iatin.JBeaoh via' 0Nii1oba
commission
lry Supreme court organized. Ban in the home of Cornelius under
( interest them the Sabbath and at reasonable 3" r'
Taxation of banks issued upon. ,_ pa Peter as recorded la our lesson. Although most BoardingHouse ,

Tax certificates hitherto held In vaults sent to the counties with other times when idle. Religious papers the Lord hud commanded before In West Palm. Beacb. .

'the result that manV'llIore such certificates ore'.redeemed and Hold, totlte and 8abbath-school literature i's Ills ascension that the gospel be Board and Lodging >*l *W. : '
; week
great'pecuniary advantage. of the State each week thrown to the? winds by all of preached to every 'creature and unto Evornla. n } lanJQBS!o: t
of your Christian organizations this the uttermost part of the earth (Mark Street.JIIHC Eliot of Ticket'OlMc.MRS. "
Many Illegal certificates have: also been cancelled, relieving a con-
could be collected, aud through proper XVI! 15; Acts I I. 8), the preaching had E. O. votms,'Prop. Tho supply of this fruit is very
slderahle acreage of clouds on titles and restoring the same to the tax f
committees, could be sent jegulorly to up to this time been to- the Jews onlyxi limited, and the demand pressing
-r books ( 10)), 'and Peter !had to receive a
these prisoners. I will' furnish to any Orders In foe
are now coming Bummer
w Improvement of the State capital l inaugurated. W. ARTSON
special vision-to teach him that God
committee in
organization or any com \ loan book
delivery. :
Dutlea.of Slate Auditor enlarged, tu'ucli. the advantage of the was no respecter of, persons. :
munity a list of the different prison
.: tfonimnnily. .36-88. Preaching peace by Jesus Christ. TAILORING-
in the State application to Only Cash Orders
.."; r\ Appropriation secured fdt Agricultural College at"J.ake City. camps upon These glad tidings were for Israel

: ; ?!urcbase of South'Florida Military Academy at Bart w. effected. !this offi e. If any organization or town first (Luke xxiv, 4T; Acts i, 8)). butts In ''All Its Branches to be sent by express in the order fret'eived. '
Hat
," .*IIlre of State convicts Increased aeven-fold. wishes to furnish any Camp or or order that Israel might reach out to Price 25 cents each $2a r ti)' a
ca .regularly( I would be glad to be the' gentiles which slow to --- '
they were dozen.
amendment for Money promptly return.
;, ,Constitutional providing more supreme court judges,
recommendation. soadvlued: ', sothat when others appliedI do. Ood made the sinless one to be ed if orders exceed supply '
adopted by legislature on governor's PRESSING CLEANING } I
could get them to take other camps in sin ''for us.that we might in Him be of : '' I''
+ Similar amendment providing' for additional circuit court j judges, Cuttings Mulgoba Mango ,
charge until all could supplied. made righteous before God (II C6 r. v, DYEING AND new '
.REPAIRING wood for and r
conditions. grafting by a safer
adopted the legislature uudefUke < :
by ,
Another plan will meet the situation 21)), and apart from Him there is no
Increased appropriations for Confederate SoWlers'MIome only known practical method, f W'
Send literature Hon. R. F. righteousness, no salvation however Olive St. West Palm 'tieach
to 'Rogers, Shop on '
furnished 30 each mail
at nls
potable Increase In pensions for such!:\, soldiers, and many more devout or prayerful ka man may be. t ., by J.j
and he
State Supervisor, at Lake City, ,
names added to the rolls. Even Nleodemus bad to be born from or express. IA.' :
will\ distribute It to the different r
Depredations on State lands checked by circular Issued by the camps. above' in order to enter the kingdom ELVRIDGE GALE '
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I care uot bow you handle the matter of God, and Peter bad to bring to Cor Brelsford Bros' .. JlaDgouio\ ,'Fla. !I' ,

governor. / but I do think that these goo prisoner nellns the message by which he and 2.2811 i's\1'''
of lands
Permanent record Internal improvement now- being pub-
liabed. should at least have the benefit of second his house might bo saved (xl, 14), for Real Estate and .insurance I.u '

., hand religious reading matter from there is no salvation apart from the ,

Expenses of the Internal ,Improvement fund largely reduced. the different religious: organizations of reception of Christ and faith in Ills PALM BEACH, FLA. Monroe Dorsey's Slavinj[ Parlor ; 4 f; r
the
,I' All public money drawing: Interest for State's accountOperations the State; when it costs them nothing atoning blood (Acts Iv, 121; Lev. xvil..
,? of State Board uf health\ placed on business basis and t
At Olive.Cooiior'ii
it it 11)). puny an near .
but the time to lay away after ha Notary Public. Cottages to Rent Old.StandBEST )0
,. expenses reduced. been read at home. 89. We are witnesses ;;''c ,-

Board's deficit of some 60.000 paid .and several quarantine and Trusting that the people of the State A witness does not need ,to getuphis T>o.t<>lllc BalldingNorth v of ., SERVICE and 1; .: ;
"i.1 fumigating stations disposed of to the State's advantage > little speech or make up anything H-l-1901( FolnelBnn Hatch' PROMPT ATTENTIONH.1 'fctl
and
will\ carefully consider this matter
Expenses of Insane Asylum reduced, despite 01( the large Increase lie simply tells truthfully what he. ti .I
: that the prisoners 'will in the future have -- -
'In number of patients and cost of II vlng. knows and the redeemed of tale Lore TIME J
elevating literature of the Christian organlzations TABLE
Inventories made of ail State properliea "' '.are continually on the witness stand
I am. Yours; truly, something concerning Je
proclaiming
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insurance State validated and examined byv ,
All
1 policlej on. "property" B, E. McLlN, ms Christ, If all the redeemed were LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD; !
experts. '
/ Commissioner of Agriculture true witnesses, what a glorious testimony
4, Full and protn.pt statement required from all State officials State requested to would be ever going forth con 4fio.
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papers copy. ,
Po aadar New Orl".iiH wnil Mo1'll I*
insisted :
Settlements from delinquent county officials ,on and cerning Him who Is altogether lovely! ? t
r. ..
prompt collections made. 40-41 He commanded unto \I No.:0& N'J. !9' r
u* to preach No. II No. l No. II 1 .
'Our Fish Industries. the people and to testify that It !I. He -. ... -I -" -. ': 1 ,
Interest on State debt reduced more than So per cent; which was ordained of Ood to, be tliJudge 7 in/ 1:1: an pIt 0I'/ I[.01150..... .r... Pcnanvnla.Srrh'' u /\ Uti ,t 4 fill p 110 n I'' k, 1"ytN
.W, Gross Inequalities in aaseastuentt called to JLhe attention ot county The following is from the Fishing /10 0 :2 2:41' 1 0:4. ........:........... k'Inunton.., .... ......L0u5o 2 IHi II J 110 p Tm: p, ;
of quick and deadIn 111100 4 :41' :Iin./ u ....................:... Mul,".....,............. ..... 1:4 1111" 1:1 III p 1100 ,p /
assessors and prompt corrections of same required. Gazette a valuable weekly journal pub. all their preaching these witnesses .......... H 2M1 p 7 110 a ....................Now (JI'I.k R'na .............. .....1 H Oil"", Tln 0 ........_ .J 1 \ ,

All State expenditures reduced to the lowest point. ishetl lu New York devoted exclusively fall not to declare that although the Pynnaool..t Mt. Lou In, Cincinnati Sad Loulsvlllr. .: 3

-' d ,Accounts of State officials more thoroughly: examined to the commercial fisheries: Jews killed Jesus God raised Him 1No2
Nu.4"L' .No.l No, s' 3tt
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Care of State convicts greatly( Improved and humanized. "The fish business at this point is Dot from the dead and showed Him openly Br

for schools Increased. extensive four firms engaged to chosen witnesses, and now Peter 0:1.1:1: 111'1" Leave.........,...........'... .............,.:.......... 4. bop /5 Oil ,
Appropriation largely ; only are : \I 111..u II IIn ,p Arrive .. .. ..... .......... 1on'IfIt"'Y, .. .. .. ... LuaT' It 1 n"I\ aft )p. ,
Erection of new State school buildings completed. 1ft the catching and selling of fish-Wll- declares as Paul afterward does (xvil, 111',11..a 111:41' .. .. .... ... .. .. Hlr""nlfhllllt."" .. ... .. .. IIllIn/ 4 O"p
many
31)), that lIe Is the God appointed 2 r all u II 20 0 ..... ............,.-............... ..Illu..n ..... ....... \I\ 13 P :I 43.. .I.
-, I' ..Amount of taxable property greatly increased. liam R. Healy the Rossetter Fish Co., 7 :m.u 11 all a .. .. .. "..... .,. ... ,.lI'lnnnll .:... .. .. .. .. .... .Ii Of /I' 11 In ,p ,
all mankind. .
S Immigration encouraged. East Coast Fish Co., (John B. Beach Judge of T 20 a 1 811 .. .. .. ... Ht. LIt"I" ... '" 4 111 I'' II 111'1 A'l'enaoIa ''
43. To Him i-tve aa the prophets wlt-
Advantages' of the State widely made known by the governor'sAddress proprietor) and E L. Trimble & Co..J.J. ne... and .J."kI..llIe., k: t.
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In various states e. Simons representing the company. On the way to Kramaus as He talked 'No. 21-1 No. II Nn. Stop ,ivboe Time Is Not Sho\\'lI.. :i'o. 2 No. 7! If.

Correction of prevailing abuses justices of peace courts brought principal business Is that of supply. with those two that resurrection day Dally- Doily_ Dally t ,

about. Ing the hotels at Palm Beach and viciu- lie expounded" unto them in all the 11 n"I' TOlin Lest..t., .. .. .. ,".. ... PpnMaltohL . .. .... Arrlvell1lI"; 801' .

ity which usually take about all the fish Scriptures the things concerning Him- 14IIIp 9 2V a J U : ...:..::.:::.:'.::.:::..::.::.:.:::1'nlratrn.Iihendu, : : .::::. ::. ...::.'.:' :::.:'..::.::... io to In c tl I 111 ocp: ;' .
Such lu brief, are some of the results already achieved by Governor self> and taught that all things concern- 1:1 2N a 7 1'1' n ...................................E.!; ..umhla."' ......... ........................ 111.11:11): n 07" J
caught intimes of a glut then .. .. ... .. .. ......... .......... ... f l
except ; 1:4 IIn" 724a.: .... . .. ..Mniet' ....... ... '
administration. The is bee of which .102Np: 54nU .
Jennings' summary any !ng Him In the law the prophets and :.. .l"" ... .. ...: ., ....... ',
be Is shipped The 1:1 H\ a 7 liT 1\ ... ,... s. ... .. ........t. .. ... ... .. .. III ::11" 1'140'
state: might well be1 proud, and It is also one which justifies the belief rurplus away. past the psalms must be fulfilled (Luke HI lit! .. : 114u .....1.. ....,I...... ..... ...... .l1l1r//..y..................., ........... ..... 1\1\ 1I'i o I n I' I!: '
season has been poor one. The fishing 325Na 1/11'1'1/ ,:r ........ AlIIl....... ,...... .. .. .., io( S. 20p! ,
,. ... that If so much has been accomplished In one year the remaining three xxlv, 27, 4Tb) Spirit of Christ was 1 Nu. .o ............ .. .. j.',' .. ... :,1".' ...Uoud IIl1nl(..... .... .. ..Y.. ... ,.'... .. ... lOll 41'1.: ,
r 111 Lake Worth on which West Palm .. : ., .... .. ... .. ,. .. .. I" }
will administration In the prophets, and the testimony of .nGa II 14" :...er. Bnlla ; II /RBp 4.
years of Governor' Jennings' term be such as to make his Bench Is situated closes on May 1st and 2 :10.. 1Il1i.: .. .......,......... .... ..-..p.:..... AIlIllIfIIII; a..... ................;............. \1:111 I' 4. asp 111' of .,
far the most successful the history of the Slate. Jesus is the spirit of prophecy ((1 Pet. I, J 2na anu ;J
by opens again November 1st. It is possible 10, 11; Rev xix. 10)). and the uniform N 00 a = 51 a .:::....:......::..:.. '..:.:.::.: \\.J.OI'; : iIe.; :r.:.:..:.::...:..::..:: :: .''.::. A r. N ?lb :: .
II . .. ..: .... Nenp '
--- --- ------. that the owners of the large hotels testimony of all in whom the Spirit 4 Oita: 28a :I/UNa 1125a :;::;:::::.::: ::: :.Dt. ,:;.ikl ..Ko : :: .: . :: IN V:: a 14(1 D '1; ;.

THE PRIMARY PLANK A PEACE PROl'OSAL on LAke Worth may use their influence speaks is that the first great essentials 4 JIi a II IH..u .....-.q.............................Argyle....... '.............. .............. 7 44 ,. ::1:111 I' J' '
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t and make a close season the year round. the forgiveness of sins and this cano t 3J U (472 lO/t .:: :: :::::::::: :: '\ :IIle Lean., .. :::: .: : :;: .. 7 71Np NO :I.: 2 tu0p ON p:: l-

IN THE PLATFORMAdopted UNDER DISCUSSION > had only in Christ by His precious n 0""' a 10 01'1.. ..... ............. (',u'yvlI'o' ............. .............. .' .T 111" 1 4:1: I' i. ,';: I k,
They claim the fish are being extermi n anal(121)a.( : ............ ......................II..IIIIIIV.......................... ..;(.I.r. 7'0(1p l20p: iUon
nated. The outside this blood. a 10 /JH..n ........ .. ..... .. ......... ('hll'lI' II I 41.1:417/ .
Democratic State Convention The Boers Accept a British Lord Commissioner fishing at placeIs 44. White Peter yet spako. these words/ d 80a 10 57to. .... ... .. ...............CoUlln.h.le' ......e..y. ...,.." '\ ,,1' (lIln ,. 1l: /Jill'J I' ,1 A
st the good; the best fish caught are kingfish the Ghost fell all thorn which 701t..11 15 a ........... .. ......,......M..r'.I1.' ...... .,.",;. '.. .j: \I IIH I' 12 05 l' '
Held In Jacksonville Intine., With. Boer Executive, Both Holy on 7 !JllaI1/Jna .. ... .. ..... ... .... .. f'yt.reM.. .. .. ..:....... :.; /I "H p .11111740..114:4. \ a : "
pompano and Spanish mackerel. heard the word. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. Orllll..III.'guh.. ... .. .. ..., ..:. ., .. ; 5.e2p11 lnu fII.
1900. U. S. Senator inoludsd.e A to Resideat Pretoria.A The Rossetter Fish Co. will) consolidate The was not Peter's message T rmat152/l .... .. .. ..... ..... .. HneSUa.. .. ... .. """ ... ... n 1111,10411.. .
message .. .... ..... ... ... r
eIna12iiI'" : . .Rlv..rJllnrtlu1l. .. .. ....... a20p102Ua!
with the Indian River and. take Worth ,, but the Lord's own message ...... ...... 411.. .. ... ..... .. ..... .'rnliahnaa.w.' .... .. .. .. .. .....r slap' 'J. ,
..... ...... ... .... ... .. ..
,The following is the primary plank tn despatch from Brussels from those Fish Co., of Fort Pierce, Fla. through Peter and Cornelius so recognized .125pArrive, J..ek""n..I1I.: '?' leave IINUa
la touch with the Boer leader It for he had Bald to Peter .'
S. the last Stale Democratic: 'platform, clqse .. ,,- -- -,
adopted at the State Convention in gives an outline of the peace proposals "We are all here present before- Uod "
Will Not Come This Way. to hear all things that are commanded 0'OR
Jacksonville In June 1900: sold to be under discussion at Pretoria: ,
"We believe that true Deuioctst'c' The Boers accept a British lord com The problem of transporting the twen. bee of God" ('verso 33)). As tho word r i

principles require that the people be missioner with a Boer executive both to ty thousand United States troops who was spoken the Spirit wrought, their Richmond WashingtonDoiton Baltimore ."
opened hearts received Him of whom t
consulted in all matters where practicable be resident at Pretoria. have been doing duty in Cuba back to Philadelphia Atlanta r
Peter in the power of the Spirit spnke '
'I The divided into districts their homes occupied the attention of .A .h : .,1 lie _. Chattanooga Louisville }
y and that they ss directly as possible country to be and the Spirit Himself came In power- ;
be permitted to make known their with British district officers and a Florida railway officials last week. A upon them at the same time. Cincinnati St.- Louis Kansas City' (

wishes. We therfore, favor the nouI'ioatloa Boer committee chosen by polling by meeting of steamship and railway! agentswas 45 48. They heard them speak with Detroit ClevelandChicago PittsburtfROUTE ,,

of all Candidates for office both the burghers. Th,.veto right to bere held In Atlanta for the purpose of tongues and magnify Qod. etc.

State and county and of United Slates served to the British Government' The figuring on rates of transportation, and It was as at Pentecost (chapter II, 4)), .

Senators,.by a majority vote in, wblte majority of the British officers must be there was'naturally keen competition be.tlWeen except that there was no waiting for
ontJSOUTllfRN
Lord
he Spirit having come as our
Democratic primary elections, held under conversant with the Dutch language. the railroad and steamship com
iromised there la no longer any need
Johannesburg to be retroceded to the >anies.
the"provision's of law, which shall
to wait, but where the heart is open
against British with complete British civil' or. The Florida East Coast Railway and
provide possible protection and the Lord truly received tberq mayo J

fraud, bribery intimidation and; other ganization. the Plant System made a strong bid, as > also the filling/ of the Spirit. While AILAy.x

vicious influences, said primaries to be A war indemnity of at least 10,000,000 It was thought: that arrangementswould there is no 'need to watt oyy definite 'r

I uniform and held throughout the State I pounds to be distributed by mixed com be made for bringing the troops either by time to be filled with the Igs i'lt..there

'on the' same day; and we pledge the I I missioners.Disarmament. the East Coast from Miami, or the West may be a need to wait because of the OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

to the. of all laws to r to occur when the first Coast, from Tampa. But the steamship unreadiness of the believer to receive. ,IThe' -
Democracy passage
and instruct the Demo ratio batch of Eoer prisoners. Is gent back to lines were able to niake the closest rates There: came with Peter six Jewish TheSoutHern's Palm 'Limited
that end brethren from (Acts XL 12)), who. ,.
1 Joppa
'St Committee to provide for and South Africa.: and aa'a result Instead of landing in'lorlda although believers, were astonished Washington Richmond and

holding-+ of and declare No war tax to lie! levied.' the troops will be taken from '
the Floe da. Limited
superintend when they saw the Holy Spirit /given .
and certify.the results of such primary Both languages to be recognized In Isvanaby the Ward Line to Norfolk, to these gentiles. It Is to this day dim f.

elections whenever it shall become' necessary the schools and courts and in offirial Va., from whence they will be transported cult for some believers to think: that The New York and Florida ExpressTO ,y'

S bynd! of term, death, resignation documents.The to Cbickaraaugi. There the soldiers nny 'people'can !be blessed outside-of THE EAST. :

I or otherwise, to elect or appointany expense of the garrisons in South will remain till the Government decides their so called churches, but they needto

such: officer.KRIPFENDORFS. Africa to be borne by*Great.Britain. what to do with them. learn that God Is no more a respectr The Chicago 'and' Florida Special
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-- The present Boer leaders to be retained -. .. of denominations than of persons. (
-e.-- lu office so far as possible. 47. 48. He -lrr manded them to be bap. The Florida Limited "
LADIES'. SHOES The Orange Crop. Used In tr s dam; of the Lord.
-- -* THE NORTH
at' ANTHONY Baos. rAre Reports from various parts of the Hero Is something: \ helpful for those TO AttOrVEST..

You Going who make baptism eHb water essen-
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the State in reference to the orange crop -
'To Riclimnd Washington BaU tlal to the now birth, for behold in this
Visit re'very satisfactory. The tree. have Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via
New York? company In Cornelius house some saved -
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and tlinore Philadelphia or bloomed heavily and the copious show- and Spirit filled people who have Asheville through "}'hl!'Land J, of the. Sky. '/ 4

Camden, Southern PIneS The Seaboard Air Line Railway era of this week hive set the fruit. not yet been baptized with water andre Through trains.via The Southern Railway are operated in 1,

Pineuursft on your way home. TheSeaboard" ollera you the choice of two elegant Oraoge-growera have hail to fight thus baptized after they have been connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway : .

Air Line Railway lathe daily train, the Metropolitan LimIted against red rust the scale insect, the rust saved and have received the gift of the Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through :

only line operating double daily i and the Seaboard Fast Mall. mite and the red spider .To get rid of holy GboeOn the other hand, we I Jral ns. '

ervlce. Leave St. Augustine a ::65 Leave Augustine at 8:55: a nor : these pests and that the fruit may bellowed : have In Acts xix, l-O, some discipleswho Ask far. Tickets via S.uthern Railway. Correspondence Solicited r

.a. in": and OilO:' p. m. Leave Jacksonville 6:10 p. m. Leavp Jacksonville to develop to perfection spray- having' been baptized, bad notleant

6 IflilO a. m. aud 7:40 p. m. 10:10 a. m. or 7:40. p. m.Twentyone lag has been begun and wtll continue anything; about the Holy Spirit ,* w fs
----- BO they; were) baptized again and at the H. F. CAREY. Fla. f.... Agt 1087.. Bay Si. Jacksonville, FU.
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fruit
.. till the matures.SsntosDumont .
and bands of Paul! received thegift of the
persons were killed --e .. -.-._.... S. H. HAKDV1CK V. H. T A YLOB. -
Ghost and
Golf holy spate with tonguesnd
hundred and injured b*
fifty were
two prophesied., ( I mention this to General P-ret; Agent, Aja't GenT P..... Agent .. ''r
Old stand dur has arrived l New % .
At Camden Pl, eburet, the collapse; of a spectators' : '
i ; how that must make essential to C. Atlanta! '
we Gal: ,
wa htnt n"D. a
Point Comfort; and Virginia Beach fag the international football match: York with his wonderful lilt ship lie salvation only that which God makes '

Double daily service via the Sea-I I played at Glasgow between England and will give, exhibitions at New York and sseutlal-vlx, receiving Christ (John I. "January. 15 9O3." "

! board Air Line) Railway. Scotland: recently, lien proceed' to St. Louis.. I I2j.I John T. 11 .13)). ::2.. .. --- --- '.r

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.a T&B fBOPIOAL SUN, WEST PALM: BEACH, ffLOJUDA' PBIDAY APRIL 18, 1908.r / .
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THE EAST COAST city of St. Augustine with his magic STILL ANOTHER ev1rYVVVYYYntyry'trrnnryvy'rntytyyyyyvnntryy1UY'
wand, and'a new era of magnificence la Everybody's Column.

tourist hotel was Inaugurated.Later _. "'
properties ,
WINNER NEW BUILDINGDr. -- --- -- -- A Full LineAlways
"A -- --'---
be extended his railroad hundreds '

_: t?",' of miles -southward along the easj coast, -FOR_.SALE._._. !:
''i";' 'i'' :::: 1 In Attracting Tourist Travel to following,the Hue of the Indian River. Waterman Close Contract for FOR SAtrK.-.Oue large Bay horse, 7 1.

r .(.1;,' Florida. The Late Henry B. and the)'lower peninsula waterways, aud Store For Co-Operative AssoolaUoti old. Serviceable and sound.
_ t Plant's Sentimentality. metamorphosed Palm Beach:: Miami and *and Public II Hall' Apply to: J.. C. Lauther, West Palm in Stock
Beach, Fla.
al84t
;'11 the entire section: Into an American RI- "
i-ui "',' --- ,
vlera a chain of magnificent resorts and OU1' SALE of ,
millinery
: Before returning to his northern borne, CLOSING '
: ,Hi'\ Th New York Commercial, lu peak- hotels. and ladies' underwear, at '
_ ', fii ,/.' :" log of the report that Mrs. Plant was 'Plant undertook the Dr. L. D. Waterman of ludianftpolls{ cost, at Mrs. Courtney: .
practically
"' ;; anxious to turn the Tampa Bay Hotel same"Mr.thing on the weat coast, beginning Ind., who owns the lot on the corner of .II' Curt I Spring and Summer Goods j
) i 'if;, into a Jesuit college, speaks of the cout' Clematis Avenue and Polnctetta Street> Forty-five acres
'I' at Tampa. He was an old man then-a JL Pineapple and Garden Land, '$10
and opposite to the public school building,
t :\t51, .' ditlou in Florida as regards tourists! good deal older than Mr. Flagler-aud and Irs per Acre. $330 for the 43 acres.
I .. (I,' hotels in the following Interesting way: his hotel expansion never got much be- awarded a;contract to Jones & Mintlck, One thousand Banana Plants per too Recently Secured in New York _
builders, for the erection, ofa two;
story or so cenpltr\ dozen. Twenty coloniesof
: "The avowed purpose of Mrs. Margaret youth its starling point. His ambition bail log., '. bees for,tig, $3 v> each. Horse and ,
t' E.: Plant to turn the Tampa Bay for a Western Riviera was 'satisfied, apparently "' wagon, $trg. Address II C. Olsen,
I j; Hotel property Into a Jesuit college/ and when he saw the Tampa Bay The lower floor has already been Stuart, Dude County, Fla. We Invite Ladies to Call \
,
.. to adequately endow It as a Catholic Hotel blossoming Into popularity. rented by the Cooperative Associationto
'
f Institution of learning, serves well to "The natural attractiveness of the be used for a store, and the 'upper FOR RENT. ---

!, emphasize certain phases of the tourist Florida west coatt cannot be gainsaid.But Story will be furnished and fitted for use rpO RENT-May istuite $ cool rooms and Examine our C
: hotel business in Florida. as a lodge room and! entertainment hall, -L furnished ,of bathroom '
,,, t It take something more than mere completely : use Lately Purchased Stock '
.I It I with a depth of 60 feet. Work on the ;large veranda. Box 47, Tryon.N C. ;
', f' "Of, course, the hotel doesen't pay: money to build up a tourist business new building. will( be commenced at -., "
probably never baa paid; and the, prospect even In toe most delectable country and once and hurried to completion with all WE HA.VI:? TWO elegant Lake View I j "
unquestionably is that the property climate." Cottages for rent for next season, '
y by '}i' will always be a source of expense-not ... ___- possible speed.Improvement. one fot$6uo and one for 1700 completely l Remember, We are Leaders in our Line",
j t of revenue-If operated as a hotel. continues to be the order furnished. Possession given November I :,
I 'TWAS TOO MUCH FOR of the at West Palm Bench and Also, cud furnished Cottage, 7 rooms,
f: With Bradley Plant It was doubtless day '
Henry for the summer ; $sg per month. A & BOTSFORD & 'CoeeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
;fn:, a matter of sentiment, largely certainly THE VETERAN ACTORAnd judging from the outlook for the build Tropical; Real Estate: Exchange, ? :.
r a matter of pride iq keep the ing trades, there should not be any Idle 418 03 If W. I. Metcalf, &lgr. w
.
hotel! and ill attractive operation men here this summer. v
S' open Joseph Jefferson Flsd. He Wouldn't 'q
MISCELLANEOUS.A ,
,, !' throughout the tourist season. With I Fans a Crowd of Women AdmirersWbo ----... .
Sc i, his heirs-a widow and her stepson Blocked His Way. '
Witnessed a Launching.< 1,1 ADVERTISING and "job ac.
r such sentiment and pride are naturally C. A. J. CRIPE.
The Ladies' Guild 6f Holy Trinity counts due the TROPICAL SUN PUB. "
wanting. The property is something of Co tip to and including March ,
Though Joseph Jefferson hat been the ; 84 egos
church yesterday'arter.
4 t, an elephant on their hands, no doubt; Episcopal met are payable to Mr. Guy Metcalf. All sub
: lion of many social gatherings at Palm noon at the home of Mrs. Dr. Burnham, scription accounts tLe
,r. :: Morton P, Plant the son, has refused are payable to HicADpvARTSRs FOR
Becab during the past winter, and Attendance being very large. There new management.
: to sign a contract for the management
I of the property next winter; and while I should be accustomed. to much,, adulate was also present Rev. D. D. Moore, ofblonience TRAINED NURSES. Fine Jewelry, Novelties' Artistic Shell Goods and
ion, the actor had an experience In Richmond ,
111., who will preach in
,i: i j"c, as the owner of the majority interest In the other day that was too much Holy Trinity church next Sunday. in Souvenirs Wedding ) Black Aluminum Nov
it, he may not care to give it away, the I pUAINED NURSES: can be obtained ,
that he will\ for him. The story is related in a dispatch After the business of the meeting had JL by telegram or postal addressed to
chances probably slight
are
to the New York Tribune as follows Church Home and Hospital, Orlando Birthday an$I Holiday J: elties, Toilet Articles S'and
been concluded and the adjourned
I ever find a purchaser for it. A fair estimate meeting Florida. Terms $15 perweek. s-zttj ,
of the money tied up' in the the ladies met by invitation at Gifts. Toilet t Sets in Sterling. 4r <
t Tampa Bay Hotel and its appurtenancesis "Joseph Jefferson was to day so frightened Pelican Lodge, on Lake Worth where FISH AND OYSTERS. <1fjt
It is hotel by a crowd of women, who block. they witnessed the launching of Dr. ---'---
2500000. a magnificent "
A Full Line 01! .
KINDS OP FISH, also fresh Latest Magazines and Periodicals Always On Band.
.. property-as a spectacle I But it is and ed the stage entrance to the Academyof Burnbam'a trim little craft, "Olivia B." ALL River oysters every day. r 1 1
must continue to be a "spender." The Music, that he ruined to' the main The ceremony proved deeply interesting Shad, ahrlinp, crawfish and clams Seminole West Palm Beach.
Under Hotel
tourist business In not there to sustain it. entrance passed down, the aisle and and was thoroughly enjoyed. in season. 1-REit DBLIVKS.V, PHONE 3. ', "

"Time was when the tourist hotels made his way to the stage by clamber. \ ...-- ...-..- Wm. R. Healy -lt-31-tf"t >

business of Flotfda was widely distrib- ing over the brass railing one of the A Generous Donation.Mr. .
uted over the State and with considerable boxes aqd crossing the footlights. He' >c-c-oooo<>OOO<>OQi )0'c.osCOSEortotROSroKo ttostokoitosoatoKoSeoSap7to7toito7soieo7so7edieo7to w 0
H. M. has made
smiled when told he could not to the Flagler through
get
I From
Jacksonville as a ,
center evenness.it radiated to St. Augustine PerM stage through the audiforlum, saying: of Mayor oue hundred Whilldin dollars, the!! generous for theuse donation of theLadies' CHURCH NOTICES I G. G. Strohm I. Company I'
nandloa.: Palatka, Sanford, Orlando "I can climb over the footlights, can'tIl" o >OOO OOOOOO OOOOOOO-O-CHCM I
Ocala, DeLaud, Ormond Bockledge He executed the maneuver success Cemetery Improvement Association 0i
,. Holy Trinity Episcopal: Church.:
.I Kissitumee Punta Gorda Tampa and fully. This kind gift will be much Services will be bell\ by Rev. George '
t !I i the country tributary to these points "Not for anything in the world would ciated by our citizens and do much appre good Moore, D. D., of Motieuce 111.. at II .. i FHMILY GROCERIES( I'
: especially throughout the orange belt I have tried to pass through that crowdof towards the beautifying of the Lakeside m. and In the afternoon at an hoar to be
so called. There was a good deal of women." said the veteran actor, and announced at the morning service. All ..- ,

_ similarity, too in the hotel! outfits-no his countenance took on look of fear Cemetery grounds. cordially luytted)' toatteud these services. i Fancy Food"' .Products x'
--+ rAnEightHour
I I, one being markedly superior to another. equal to that shown by Rip-Van Winkle A Y sPo
But the period of railroad building from when his scolding spouse berated him : Day. ,. Congregational Church.: -0 .

1832 to 1887, or thereabouts, diverted for his general worthlessness. The bare The (carpenters Tampa have resolve Services at the West Palm Beach Con Grain and Provisions. ::1. ri

tourist travel from most of the pict thought having to shake hinds with to adopt the eight-hour day. A resolution gregational/( Church at II a. m. and 7:30: o "
uresque and romantic lake and river the crowd assembled seemed to embarrass wall passed by the Union to that V
p. ni. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. S. 0 JEFFERSON o
points' and made a new division of the the actor and he appeared effect, and contractors and employer! D. Taiue. At night, a sermon to ollng BLOCK ><
business among the more easily accessible proud of the ruse by which he eluded have been notified. 0 0
men Subject The Kiss Welcome..
railroad cities. Then Henry M. then lIe enjoyed the joke as much as If these latter do not agree to the action Christian Endeavor: at 6:30: p. m. West Palm BeachFlorida.. x xU
Flagler, in 1888, touched the present anyone." n strike will failgw'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyylyyyyyyylyyyyyvyylyyyyyt Sunday-school at to a. m. -190'

Prayer and song service' Wednesday,, r jS107107a0i10910A0 t0i1O1107105/0S10to SIOit0it0910510ie0i109tOS101107e0i10CITY

at jtg p.m. -
M. +yyyyyy \ All are cordially invited. -

"- nif ... MEAT MARKET .

t' Most Pleasant the Year. :Florida and Western Meats, Poultry (dame and Eggs.
if .1 BULLETIN Several Florida papers continue to .
SPRING
: "rub it in" to the Northerners who Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention._ f

ImvelcfG the warmth rand sunshine ,.,.,9? Jefferson Block, WEST PALM BEACH.
.... of this favored State only to arrive ..-
t ........ home in time
to get the full benefit
= .......*....
........ 3 of the inevitable' April snow and
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sleet storms that last week swept IJUKKHAllDT'S
We rata Ilench, April IS, 1003
: over PennsylvaniaNew' York Maryland .

and ns far south as Virginia PEOPLE HAVE
a
I = Residents of West Palm Beach have

N ,?I II I been receipt of letters from former TO EAT

E winter visitors of the
complaining
if . WHETHER WORK GOES ON OR NOT
= disagreeable weather in the North.
= These people Have made n great Then it Is that prudent people will wisely make a dollargo

I Ip' mistake in hurrying away too soon. as Our far interests as thoy can.are so closely allied with our people and
wir4 They.like thousands; oT other who
our beautiful town that we feel it our duty to lend a hand to '
E have spent the winter,here, find that _
tide over the dull season, and we are going to do It m a most
they ;should], have tarried. ] u little. 'practicalway.. '

-. 3 3tl longer to enjoy Florida's farnotn, We sell you $;u Coupon Hooks for $1...'1 5. good for five
-'--- springtime. People here'are wearing dollars worth of goods at our store, $10 Coupon books for ...rf
light summer clothing, straw hat $9.50} good for ten dollars in ware. -

and slippers Rod basking In the Just consider for a moment. what a saving to you this

'Vi I Speaking of warm sunshine; while the erstwhile stands for, and remember we guarantee prices to be as low,

tourist; muffed in wrap, hugs u. and even lower, than other stoies. -

red-hot stove. Experience Is the boa L. w. BURKHARDT .Finest Groceries ,
teacher and next season visitors
-
:/,; Slippetrz"r = should remember that April' and

= May.in Florida are among the most
: We have about delightful months of the year.
:: 2000.00 worth of Oxfords, :

( r (; : Sandals, Colonials and Evening Slippers. Mostly = They Favor, ..Jacksonville--- Albert Kaufmann The Photographer!

t ', E in the fine grades, $3.50, $4. and .$5 = Nearly all the State papers unite in 40
Studio In S h Block, UpstairsWEST
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Widths = booming Jacksonville as tile"proper

C ABCadD Yours at. place.for' the location of the State Pal: i-ft-tr PAUl) BEACH, FLOBIDA.
.
i I' this year.KKOX _
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e $3.00 and $3.50 HATS-staudard. of the world ._-----------.-- -----.

y)I =:' These Choicest are Goods the to be found -atAN''HONYS BROS. CRAYONS. .p. WATER COLORS. ( i

; ? 'I = NOTICELots l

I1( <:. --Also Full Line at $1.50 to $2 RieHHRD E. RESLER: ; rPhotogtiaphen.

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For Sale '

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J :': : g ANTHONY BROS. on north side of CLEMATIS: AVENUE f .

Banyan Street, between ,Opposite Masonic Temple. "r t,

p J I'J' ; J-I J Palm Beach West Palm Beach Miami = and Railroad.Lake Worth 'West Palm each, pla. S ;I '

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1 An11 E .ANTHONY'' 8IIOEM 3 1 Possession on or
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r I f L BILKMT Aas@KALESMFNTOwWA before 12 months Reoll MANON'S r Factor D11f, f>lT

I'.' .' after date.WALLACE Cast Home, +, orllAnOI _.__ 0 U>, Vest U''y St.,
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.......... .... ....... K. MOSES 'fI 'I GUAVA'JELLY I room, 4lit and: ,
s y f [ ..... .u.u...../......AAA.Al.Ar1AAA.SA 0.invaOelly j St HAleMif

: A 7fy fa-f| Agent F. Ej C. E'f Land]) p't. = CANDY I I. .Branch.I,..In all BtorM Town' ua Amu-,:s$ _

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