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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: January 17, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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''iil, '"' ,':'THE' ){ COUN WATHERS" 'Atkinson d petition, signed wan prevented by H. B. Doane by H.anc F. I HERE AND THERE. : LIVELY, LOCAL LINKS,. Two MANHATTAN Furnished;; SHIRTS Rooms, for-ANTHONY'S gentlemen PURELY PERSONAL.

WVf.M' others, asking!!: 0mt the Load runnloj/ -- -- $4.00 and $3.oo per week. Anthony Bros. -.-

V'. Uades,'County COmmieslonerg; glee from the paved road from Mlqail\ 10 Scraps of News About This and Tha What the Men Heard In The The People m They Come and do-People
Tropical Real Estate
Exchange
golf grounds, of .the F.' K. C. Hotel Co.. '
; Uvley Local Whirligig. You Not Know.
/ May or
; And< Different Tilings. May
,and Transact Much Duslneelt.U16utal'Mlntteaof declared this week closed the sale of a lot on
be marked out and a public
Wff.n': : --..-..---- -.- Polnaetta Street south! of Fern -.---: '
: Just
:,, ._.:.:.,. road. investigation it fountlbst'thaeame'bsdalready ,
\ I" I" .J 'r Up WAS Newsy Notes' and Items of Interest tEv A Mirror of Minor Happening, Ateldents. Street to Robert McPhersou, of Stuart A Melange of Persona.] U.m.-VI.ltop
I th rroouflilliiB* ol been declareda '
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1h." 0ulorr( I : I pybc>4y In General and Nobody Coming Event., and a Mr. and Mrs :McPherson have been frequent be City, and Cltlcsns Vlsltl.. ,
0ouely "t.uTh..h' public road.
In Particular.; Galaxy of Current Oonlp. visitors to this and like Out of the City
town they "
deaalotlv 1 1u Feed anl _
d" ) 11'4t.aao ftguiaa, The bill of Correll's: Livery,. \
j .' I' ... -- the. well have this -
: > ... place so they bought
; Sale Stable, for$to.so was..l'. 'fusell. beiug
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-----o- unauthorized by member oE the KNOX HATS-standard of the world : "Walkover" Shoe.-ANTHONY BROS.' lot and will\ build: them a neat little home. Bert L. Kapp was up from Boynton
any
1', : Miami Fla.; Jan 7th J9oa.ie (
I \? Board -at AMTHONVS BROS. The members of Evening Star Lodge on a shopping; expedition.
!' Board of County CommisHlonen Sure, cure for hanger-call: at EBB
rtfemv.bctS.pLesent. A coinmunciation from C. M. Dicker- EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES $6.00 am, No. 46 K. of P., held a public Installation
this session. *
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Hue?;; day" n regular Count Restaurant for particulars.:
'. Geo. W. Lanebart, ChairimnU son, Sec'y Board! of Pensions, calling $7.00- finest mode-at ANTHONY'S < of officers in Masonic Hall last W. F. Heckert has returned: from his

the'altention of the' Board to Chapter Friday night, to which a large number bus uelllf trip to New York State ,
J(>>!lIIS..welJ. $? A. Belclier and R'I / CleaniuK' Repairing and :Pressing. A. YOUNG'S HATS- none better made
", \ 4670 Laws ot Florida, in 1899, in reference at 13.00 ANTHONY BROS. of invitations were issued. The address
Frohoclc Sheriff aud Clematis Av
G. Bain Schmid Blotkr )
,M ? John Chas W. Pierce was In town Wednesday
g. {\ v\ CliliarIorn to was read, and the -e delivered by Rev. C. Fred Blackburn,
I. pensioners I".lf. '
"'*. C ) CJerk '. enue. looking after business malle,..'
; :: : ? .. : __ _____ ,
i+ Minutes' of lost meeting read and with Clerk.Instructed\ to comply with sanle. .uBnckele"-5hlnlnar and Repairing pastor of the M. E. Church who is a --

! .fJ'r' 1;hr: ('tMtl: !. ,.Jou'approved. The report of S. D. Mitchell, Justice The famous Clarke yacht, Almah was Shop. already business, (old bank), e past chancellor of the order, was beard Sam Happersett, the irrepressible, was

\; '. 1 YV "" :.,':Application; of'i, 11': Olive for perf of the :Peace, District No. x. showing passed upon Monday by United States Buy tile best food 'confections,, pop| with much interest.. in town for a couple of days the latter ,

( beer in no business for the month of December. ,, Inspectors, Captains Vogel and Spencer part of last week. -
liquorswinea'and "
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sell "crl
"i. 'apiytto, ( corn pettes, ice cream "kisses. The annual meeting of the Congregational .
19o'l. read and filed. '
II'.;. '.r.. ,:tpljtiestlonDlstrlctNo.lo;:'! ; I bade County,, was The charter 'of the Jacksonville and Under "The Palms." r Church took place lust Tuesday
The report otTo J. Russell J. P.. District Carl Schrebnick U here again from
1 ,, "" ..Florida. "having% been 'properly adver. Lake Worth Railway is now Issued and night. Treasurer George A. Gale reads 1
'tine I d('and no objection fil :lwwus granted. ,No. 9, showing fines $38.70 for the recorded: aud the company is ready for 4 room cottage to let. Inquire at outs< very satisfactory financial report fur the" lact(80nvilleafter an absence of many l
.t before the month or December, was received and of W. I. Metcalf, Manager Tropical months to look after his Honest Profit
I. Major $lIon'peared" business- _. ______ year. Henry Sanders of Mangcnla was House.
filed' ; Real Estate Exchange _______
ia
Board and asked assistance com pie t elected Deacon, making/ three in all.
'ix The report of R.. M. Smith, J. .P., Die Dr. IL C. Hood received the gratifying -
the road ?
'ing"a gop of the zoq yards'ts A good launch with J h. p. motor cat The old Board of Trustees were re-elect .H. F. Cary, Florida Passenger Hgen t
trict No. 10, was received and filed,, that his of tender "'
.K "feeding) from his place to the. Even news large acreage' be bought at a bargain Inquire at th ed. E- R Pierce was re-elected Clerk. of the Southern Railway, was on tI e
fines month of Deceui
showing for the somemiles north of
gtadeeroarefused.! ; vegetables Tropical Real Estate Exchange. Mr. Henry Sanders of Maogonla was Iake1lls\ week looking after his line's
13..1. Peters and Dr. Dnputsnistanceln ked her, Igor, amounting to f 5Sfh -- here. waa unhurt by the recent cole elected Musical Director. Interests ,
# report of It. B. Saunders J P.:, wave. Protect your homes front fire Th<
: a public! \ _.Onye -- ,
c ,: secUon.Hue through eectoiJBp! ]''? .wYi :( District No. 3, was received and filed Phoenix Fire Extinguisher will do it. Monday night/ was the occasion of the Cdpt. Geo. G. Gleason and his fello .

month of December The Tropical Real Estate Exclang: : A. Q. Bain Scbmld Block. of Local Union No. of
the
tfuTbrt! showing fines for C.ematl.! organization 452, cruiser
: "an 1S. ,T'. 53.1'. 4t" leading Mr. Bel ding, have complete .L ,a
i" the"County 'r9adA opposite .Lemon: City,, Igor amounting to $::170-00. has several nicely furnished'' bouitea on Avenue. _______ 9 the Painters, Decorators and Paperhang. their Dade County jaunt, and returned

I" '. ; distance The report of Enoch Root, J. P. District Its.rent rolls, suitable for Northern families .. ers of America,, at West Palm: Beach. this
: to lluuibuggus: or near there a week to Eau Gullle.
, received and filed desiring make their homes hens Silverali-the housekeepers' delight. There charter members .
No. was ,, were fifty-eight .
: and liberalK'wonauoun 13. '
pledged ,
1t Mice .
=r. about aJ:{ ..., ,
cleaned with
'I .. : from i citizens! of that! vicinity,, showing/ fines! for the month of December for the season.t :" Plated articles Silverall will and twenty-three applications for membership. A. Lee Allen one of the best known. .

dal, I,'A Upon"mptioiif:the Board guaranteed $loc ,,1901. amounting to $7087. We have on our list ten (io>' 'tiic lj D....rjh \
.#" 'to be used ou ware, The report o( W. L. Forrey, J. 1'. District furnished cottages to let for the season ;: Block, Clematis. Avenue. 1-9 t( follows; President, D. P. Kerwln J VIce. where he will t look after an 8icrecrop i

Cool. Sewell stated that D.:.p.. Fain. No, 4, showing no bus'ness!' for the from 5 to 12 rooms each. Sheen & The Capital Cafe continues to do a President J F. Jackson ) Financial Sea of vegetables he has out on

I 1 ,\.l was made: an inmate of, the Poor House :month of December, 1901 was,Sled. Hightower, Real Estate, rooms 35 }6 splendid business/ and its popularity is I.I tetary, A. B. Pacetti ; Recording Secretary bis farm near the Magic City. If

U;tt i(rs on Des. 23, )<}'. 'rhe report of Tax Collector, showing and 36 Jefferson/ Block. I growing every day. Manager. Upp has J. Ki Shogren ; Treasurer Sidney

n / : I;.'', ordered amount collected during the month of : reason to be satisfied with hIs: stand and Metculfe | Warden, Frank Carlisle ; Conductor I Miss Pike, of Augusta, Ga., hat. ar. ,
, Peter eI10us'Wa. put
Mr a, : A case ci "didn't know it wa..loaded"'occsslon
list month and December igbi) .as follows; Total State : ils"patronage. Wm. L. Moore ; Preceptor, A. B. rived to take charge of the Western Ui-|
'., on the<<1 pauper: at f s per d the wounding of two of A. -
I Tax, 1280.93; Total County Tax '730.49; Marvin ; Trustees, I. D. Hiscock Chaa. on Telegraph Go's office at this placer.
her favor.
. \ warradf5rawn in E. Knowles' children, by one of the
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", v FURNISHED HOUSES, at from $aoo to and W. W. 1. Stanley Moffatt will be tn
Ji for licenses lO.! Polls, $19 oo; Aggregate, $[030.42. Cary Joyner. probably
; bonds resides
" ., <.J>The following children of Mr. Farwell, who on
I :: The jolut report of the County Judgeand !Soo for the sea on. Call soon and secure he Hotel Royal Polnclsna office for theeseon
i Winchester or other Admiral Dewey Is having RQOllimeat
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and the rock road Mangonla.
,1. )rf iowa, carry Tax Collector filed showing amount near the moat desirable Tropical' Real .. and In the Spring will go Nortb;
%' _repeating relies were approved: T. JT.: I Palm Beach He says he is happy
/ collected during the onlb'of Decem- All hotels oa the Lake are now opes, Estate Exchange, W. I. MeUalf Manager
l )1 '. '."Pet.V, ..s, with W. L peters and S. 1. ber for licenses amounting to the and the season of 1902 is now ou. The : and there is every reason to believe it: J. R. Bradley! of the Beach Club, is
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1" suretfes! F. L. Peters, with S. J. 1901 The weather down there about now is
..Peters ; "
that favorite
present condition and every prospect again at resort for another
and S. A, McEady, sureties; Gaston sum of $72E.08.The perfect, and there is much agreeable cone I
;. ? \i peters monthly financial statement of joints to a season that will be a record- Re*. 8.:D. Paine will preach morningand lemon. Mr. Bradley enjoyed last Spring ?
: : prake, with E. C. Lanler and J. R. the West Palm Beach Congregational pang to be found. The other day an acquaintance ind
at Summer the
3 r' County Board of Public Instruction for breaker, sod eclipse all former ones. night early on continent cud
withfpaston '
Abram Adu.lral
;ft, it' Abrattis., sureties; J. R. I ending November chinch at n a, in. and 7:30p. hunted up Dewey hen started on. a trip around the. glolie
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s Drake aud M. J. McDonald! ), the month 30 1901 FISH AND.OYSTERS. Alt kinds of fish, aud when found the Hero of Manila Bay ,
Christian Endeavor San Francisco
in funds of$ .60. ui. at 6:30: p m caching recently, and
deficit
} sureties i ; FrabkD. McCaffrey with C. N. :showing a Treasurer.(74 was also fresh Indian River oysters every Sunday School at 10 a. m. All are cor he and Joseph Jefferson were sitting on Palm Beach last week. ,... ,

"' hNwcomb and E. F. McVeigh\ aureties.&STbe The report of County I day. Shad, shrimp crawfish and clams dially invited. the top of a rail fence, like boys, swtng- v vlion.
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r ,.,. following bonds 'for licenses to received Rod filed showing amounts on in season.. Fszwe DBUVKRY, PHONIC 3, ___ lug their feet, whittling sticks and talk. John E. Denham, proprietor of

: ; .'.. i cart7,' repeating/ rifles or pistols, were I land In the several fi'nda, as follows: l-9tf, Wm. R. Healy. H T. Grant the builder, has this week lug of many interesting things Just the Frnsacola Daily Pre,.,.was In town

11--,' ..." ,.".' alt";Sw', approved, ; E. CDtatborni with ''&.'SO'wFitts Geueral fund, $3660.96; School draftP.fund: & closed contracts to erect a nice 7-room about all they lacked of a return to boy. Wednesday. and yesterday a guest of

v '. and R. S. McLendon: sureties 1..t' [ E95i; Roadtund 0,89'ovet' The ducks lire fast, learning tbe Until cottage for ]lImes A. Isgrigg; on his hood wits to pull off their shoes aud the Hotel Puling Tea RUN enjoyed a
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fA. ,...-:L.A.,:, Lane, with :Z;. T. Merritt and J. G. F. fund, $3!l.74*. Total on hand, $3672 62.: of safety, and sportsmen get farther Datura Street lot, and a cottage for Mrs. stockings and go wading.-Madison Fraternal\ call from this. well known

I f- 'i .: '"Trultt: sureties; E. F. Haines, with\ Ear The Clerk's. report on Tax 'the Certificates month from town to enjoy,,,,their shooting the Woodbury to be erected on Datura New Enterprise. newspaper man and legislator" of Flor.

r genaDimlck and Otto Riegel; !,sureties. deemed or purchased during birds gather in the closer to town, where Street near the brow of the hill. --!: Ida, and was pleased to kuow that, he
. ; tilling December Jt, Igor, filed. Sheen & Hlghtower made an important t
The bonds of Bert Freeman, S. A. Mc- they seem to ceslUe they have protec would soon return with Mis.! 'Denhn-n, y
'f '' In accordance: with Section 3 and. 4, tiou.: Mrs. Woodbury has this week pur' tale of Clematis Avenue bust
Freematf _
and Chas. ____ _
thatslie the
: Eady Wm. Freeman may enjoy attractions of the
of Florida the chased, through the Tropical Reat Esc
Chapter 4122: Laws i ness lots this week to James O Milton
31' and Ray Freeman for licenses to : East Side and the life and qf this!
other repeating ri Board made up a list of 300 names from There must be some money In this tate :Exchange, a lot on Datura btreet, a well known merchant!! of Baker County gayety

carry Winchester or and were! which to draw jurors to use during the State, judging from the great many between Sappadillo aud Rosemary Florida All of these lots are on the popular resort ______
held over
tt ,.. flee were ordered ensuing year. :' amusement companies touring Florida Streets and has already let the con south side of Clematis Avenue, one of The launch MariOn, Capt. Wm. JarvU

j4w Ir not approved. this. winter. Gainesville has had an average tract lo build a nice: two-etory cottage

{ bills, audited, them lying next west of tbe Gruber
loud of Z. T. MerrUt, with A. M.f The following/ were approved in command, took Joseph Jefferson and j je

and E. B. King, sureties, as Not. and ordered poij out of the Road of about: four attractions a week. If you'want a Shine at any old time Block and tbe other two directly west of few of his friends to Lnke Worth Inlet
n to maintain such a
ytblic f was approved. Pund.. It requires money or a pair of Tan Shoes Dyed a fast Conkltn & Scruggs' plumbing establish ,' Saturday last lor a day's sport-and t*
,r committee was or a pair or canvas
i i.@A i I La. a.Do".r. "n. 011 rock................ 168 00 ; these 'lots substantial stores will be
1.9, \ffch'alrimn, consisting of Commissioners W.C. Hajert. work on road............. B OOJno. Henry M. Flagler has increased hit shoes cleaned aad clayed ; or any shoes pounds of gamey finnlet. Aijtuetof :
r.:? 'Jobs Se.. I1, R. E McDonald !and 1 S. A. 110'lVoal, rent of bom ........ tl 315 donation to the Lake City Agricultural; Repaired-come to the Old Bank and erected. Both parties to this sale are to the occasion, Admiral Dewey, Cr-pt. ;'

confer with Chas. A.:Green, O. L. Chuniltri; | ; horns hire and roadwork Tills Is get only teal thing that ever come down be congratulatedSheen & Hightower, J. B. Claw and Joseph Jefferson Jr hal, ,
to
I' ,Belcher, to construction of the ............................. ",,,,,,,, 78 T8 College from f 10,000 $20,000.: In having procured the addition of another a royal dav's sport and Carl settler,
the contractor in the the institution' of which Editor George the pike. Ix-xptt:
tor rock)
suppllen
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J.V.i Wataoo. business
successful
'I;t': County Jail, and Instructed to urge upon oruHher.................-.-.... .. .",... 1 Wilson, of The Times-Union and Citizen pushing, man Mr. Jefferson's right hand man, sa.. to
L blm tbe importance of rushing tbe workon Ff, ink Stranaban maintaining, New I and Editor Frank Harris. of The C. A. j; Crape la one of the busiest men to help keep this town way to the front, it that! they had a luncheon suitable to

; Pleat '..rr". ...,....*..................... Tfl 00 trustees. in town. He has a crowd of Inteiested and Mr. Milton In having secured the the occasion. _______ fi
Cora'r same.McDonald suggested that work J. A.. Canu,drills and work" ............,. 9 3nTotM Ocala Banner are spectators at his elbow every darts he most available business lots now unoc:

,.,; A few rare bargains in town real estate skillfully\ manufactures his Jewelry curl cupied in the town of West Palm Beach. Dr L. D. Waterman, of IrHlanapolli. ,
vt? .r on roads by the County convicts would ,............ .. .............................. OUT 00 be had at the Tropical Red Estate of the Palms. This is the sIs
tbe '.dlItlon of are to o IUea and souvenirs Into attractive and a guest

4;, be much mules improved pod carts to by be used by then The following bills were audited of,,the approved Exchange, W. I. Melcalf, manager. useful articles. ,Ills place is one of the Another Hill. genial Doctor's: first visit to the L-ke
; "two ordered paid'out'
t upon motion,ordered and : Prices on desirable properties are Certain most popular,and del\ervedlYloln towu. since the season of 1890-91, when be
It was,
Whereupon and Sew. General Fund: to advance and the time to buy is while I have contracted for output of was one of the happy _uesti or the Cocoanut .
1 that Commtsslouera McDonald .............. B 00 The recent" Improvements In the East '
Ono W. Flutter, house runt. prices are reasonable. Office in T .ori- another mill and can furnish Lumber Grove House, of early day fame>, ;
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'r9 t ,ell purchase.same. 'r P. T. Budge" hilt\ raudrrair.' ................. la Oil to bank. Coast Restaurant !tn the way of arrangeuients t,
Block next Dmilck '
a E. N'
.............. 81J Tfl CAZSaN promptly. Write me before placing or- when Cap. nn *ucrrHfully
It was ordered that :M. V.. Douklo, return school for private dining room., adds,
Upon motion A. ,,T CnrteK, salary......:.......-.r....... 31 23T. :) It la said that President Roosevelt has much the and ders. GEORGE P. :PADD1SON TBS played the role of ininr host It ts
be employed to convenience
Graham & Patterson ........... 40 OD."W. appearance that the Doctor marvels ;
.N Onutlnr, bnaflUnlr Jurjr if LUMBSRMAN..Ean Q lle! Fla. needless say
that h
counsel Wr the.. o..rd for the ensuing( Mora, UM:salnry.. .......... 40 00 informed J. Plermont Morgun
Aaq'a Ytt.at-IIJo.oo year to fake effect/ D.M. Bryan DM salary. ................. **. 110 goes on consolidating railroads that "b curtains are handsome and are as ornamental S decade .
little than
r; 1902, the present counsel: J. IS. LlinnuuD, sundrIes......._.. ...,.... OO 04 will precipitate the Greatest political as they are useful. "The Famine I I.* Over," some not, that a more a

January I. unable. to Dr Pi'r; Bkajni..pror..>islonftlnorvlcB question ot the age and bring; the Federal has wrought.;
Jiidgl A. E. Heyser being of '? Inlunacj-.....:_.|f.,,,;......'.......,- 900JUM. ) government face to face with the J. D. C, :Morris agent for the famoui The car famine has been relieved and

I ,always be.prerent a{ the meetings official .,Smith,lunacy.... Jno.'nd.1'tI01I... .. 100 necessity of government control." Lei Trnscott marine motor, has recently,, shipments are now coming forward. ]I R. A. Rouse, secretary and man.g-r of
i the Board out account of other W D Allm y '. r > 1 QO old another of those splendid engine!. GEORGE F. the Elm woo* Drtvin' P T"* Association,
Rifd ,, drags for W II. er precipitate. serve you promptly.
k. 1 V\ duties tsklng up-bis .0me. The thanksof (:Jimkln." "Pharmacy.._.............................'. 6 110 to H. P. Dye of Lake Worth. Whei. PADDISON, THB LUMBgRMAW, Eau of Danville, UN wee here this week,

.''f{: of the Board was vote4 Judge Heysei R. BI. Smith. Miami brldxa............... OO Oily A vote of thanks was given by the prospective purchasers want to invest Gallic. Fla. .. and secured through the ropiest Real

: fbrblsoflciateervlcealitthepaat.Jv : 8. Buronain. lunacy Mr... J.trerl.. 2 OC: Congregational Church of West Pain, gate the merits at motors they will d< Estate Enchant- .neb the new Jrffer-

\; On motion Commissioner Me Doll a1J. AilniiiHj, ; "" ".. "" 1 1 Ot01.1s 0<" Beach to Mr. L. F. Degroot, of the E.X: .jstall I to consult with Mr. Morris. a Stenograper Wants Position. son Cottages te ent'y bail and band:

v", ._ the Clerk's salary as Clerk of the Board FdwlnNelson' MUI,|r, tuMaand Itttilu.. .... .... '1000W. J Burrows Wire Screen Co., of Portland,., I| Chit Engineer Sheen will superintend: comely lurnishe', located on the cornerof

'' of County .!C.ommi4sioners;: and County M. Dn'dlnv.hl..n..ttl.l .... .............. 800, I Maine, for tt set ol handsome mild I the grading of the rock streets to be com. A young man wishes a position ss Datura and Narcissus Streets overlooking -

Auditor be fixed at $So.,oo per month, *ipac L. C. OIlTer lue............ .............. .." 1..4. <: blinds twelve in all for the Congrrgatioual ,. strucled at once In the addition north a t stenographer Will\ work for moderate the Lake Mr. Rouse returnedto
Section I Chapter' 4'P. of J.aw. ol W. L. AltroJu..r, wlnilow pane. .......... 1 00 Address "Stenographer" LockBox to bring biB
i char b. Mr. Degroot bad th I awn. ATth a Street from Olive, west ti<(I salary Iacltsonvi1l.ealerla,
.' "'" Florida" effective from January' tv r 1902: :. C.frwrbo,......I..n., .,Clrculk shanty court......work........ 7T A Ol W contract for furnishing Inside blinds foi Fresh' Water Lake, will be the /first ou I : 230, West :Palm Beach Florida. family down from there They have en.

: ) It was also ordered that the salary ol, II' ,. it. Hmicli( ,....drawluK.. --,........JuryCoBOtjrUour ..-......' .. 0 00 I the Royal Ponciauna IIjlel and White,' ;.Cocked, and tben Olive Street from Baa. SS- joyed several winters here and are well ,; ,

f(1 ',name nnuat Warden for the :tnaotnjf b; Axed year st, >6o.oo pal (rontlnneil; ou Iglitb; ;: (peg;.) ;' ball the maaiion of Mr. Flagler.ter yap to>> the north end of the sdditioa.iwr I Famous Horschid* Shoes-AMTHONV r. known to the COpleol this town.



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"I'll carry It down,, myself she said ;, :;;;, i.'J'' : ,...:....U.....!.. 1'',,,:

; A WOMAN'S STJ1IKE.A lips and a frown ou tier young (ore: firmly and began to untie her uproo DICAUiilIN. : ': ...1.<."' ',

bead. "Tli prices urt lowur than BAM, The girls: looked at bar in surprise, I E.GRUBER: ;, .., HARDWA E
we get lined Car every' little thing!, nuil but with rollevod facen. : I!

CHAPTER FROM THE HISTORY OF wo don't get paid for work until \\'"''ks! /. "t 'I '
"Would like HOOIU one With you CROCKERY ;
i LABOR IN CHICAGO after!: It Is done. I don't tUluk wv! ought> Mrs. Brown yon and : ;:::11 :

to stand: it." It was the: quiet Miss Dean who "

...... "S. ;.;,.( old skinflint! lie makes
1.1'11. Old tort of Victimised L. a mean\ poke, she whom no tina would have .f'U"RNITU l ,

; t, .nil Cowardly \Vhli..r. Ial.lll. inouey enough I'd like to tell him so suspected as being capable! of such a 11 g :

....... F. ... too.* JSJ VuntiJBgg.'jj.J.tW." *YMYgytgp .J
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one >u>d Co rK thing, :: 'All
/ .......... and W.aka..a.A "Mrs Beaver, why don't you nay 'Twpuld."be a. little oasiejv I own, .. 7,: 1J Kinds of -Boat Coodc." r:" '

something:'" said the girl with tue tearful ., I nicyeleaanti ptsyeleanadte.. '",
"
long, low celled room with a row blue eyes snatching the serious but' I don't ant nobody to'ita'. Steve.l'rtnwerebotrrAar$1tdff1he'

of windows looking out upon a bleak' woman's book from her and pulling her "I'll go wltb you." She calmly removed All' Ii1ndsotFgeldng'ackle. ftna (Sporting.flood

stretch of blackened roofs a sense of faco toward her "Don't you care anything a \little nor and apron arose, smoothed Mrs.\ Brown her took hair .. ? .. < B.oHd.Bt iv... Bin 1'1amtl : OltlltMr,,,,, ,: .

bent and weariness,In the air. a never about our troubles' \5.n\ 'aY..dy,.MteQePa1 f

ceasing bum of machinery droulu} "}'e., for any real trouble You don'tmean up the wonderful document and' the ':.. ; ",f r"IArtl praera Gleed' r'r"mpt.4pe.aloa' '' :: ,tl.te. itl
went out together
two '
away through; all other sounds-tlila half you say. The assist .'

was the workshop of 8. & Co,'. cloak "Don't mean It!" exclaimed: a chorus ant Work torewomau dragged passed woefully.along; the !aisle ; ........$e4.+,i..+... .

of voices. "What do you say that introduce Ourselves '
And suit establishment twenty-fouf To '
between the tables with a reproving r ,' 1'
for?
years ago. One hundred and fifty look, but finally, realizing that something
"I bear so much of your vague grumbling. IIP. .IL. L SII
ranged along
and
gltla women were more: than shq could. manage was
rolls about day after
It my ears
extended tables fitted with steam '
two tit the bottom of the unusual Idleness '
power sewing machines while across day to no purpose. You wouldn't one and disturbance, walked quickly backto And work we are doing Crown and Bridge{; Work at rtdiouIUasay

the end a dozen slnfle machines run of matters vou make I If you a decided could effort and If to Mr better. S. her own table and said nothing low prices. Coma in and see' the 'work; we are doing this week HOUSE and 'SQ|

k kI by foot power were placed. Cloaks In came up bere and asked what you The; minutes seemed freighted with a You can't get better;' work anywhere "
all stages of development were plied bad t
troubled suspense. They never
,
wouldn't answer, or,
I were saying you
up everywhere; draping steel "forms. If be Inquired what/ you thought of dreamed of acting unitedly In a ]uiat- ;Dr. MILLER

heaped on tables banging from pegs would remark that ter that to each scented a personal MINTINGj

and baskets, boxes, shelves held them' him. you probably affair yet was commonto: all. To IIECKBRT: COTTAGE LAb FRONT; ,
bo was one of the finest men you ever <
or their ports. many It was the stepping out of one JI.JO.&r b

1 The noon hour was drawing near. A knew had _._
another. What conS
age Into once ----- --
I Mrs. Senverl The Ideal""Well i
"Why, aperHangingl
sf' face would be raised toward the great I have you any idea of a rem cfined Individuals now concerned' a NO O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o of i |
round clock the door now and
over edy, or would you try It If you had?" body. The outcome seemed to l loom up I ,1
then, and here and there the hurried

nervousness of movement told of unflu. ously Nobody at each spoke other, but all looked dubi as\Mrs.quite Brown a stupendous and Miss affair.Dean came f Mia'n i Club Bar. I :' KALSOMINING.I ; i

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lulled stints and of tired bodies pushed '
back, but could tell them nothing except :
"Now, It there Is nothing to be Clone PALM
to their utmost The errand boys be- about a trouble the !best way Is to tear that tbey had banded the paperto o ,--- ....... ., .WESt' ,BBCH, i.
to drag tbelr feet as they walked, he 'I
goo Mr. S., with the! request that

I tensing their mischievous pranks and It It a.there quietly Is, go and boldly cheerfully to work as you and can.try road It at once, and! had left him witha i We ship a gallon of Good Whiskey, FLORIDA 'f'

looking wistfully toward the bell over astonishment his ,
great look of on .. ..
It"
I tbe forewoman's table. In the pressera' "What can we do? Of course ,we fact x ex. charges prepaid, for $3.00. Other | ......................'.. ,r

R rooms the Ores .were going down, would these bad rules If we A few minutes later the bell rang, whiskies
change $2.60 to $7OO gallo ,
though the tops of the stoves were per x >
the wheels. stopped nnd some one was
crowded with tin cans filled with tea could. How ought we to go about IU" heard tearing up the stairs! three steps | An 8 0 -old brand bottled -in | MAIL.: ,' .' !'
and coffee. A.fter five hours and a half asked the dark eyed; girl very earpcstly.\ -year PH" iiiVI"'X'
It Mr. S. lie was a
time.
sincere at u was
"Well If are really you
or continuous work the noon half hour you STEAMER .
approaches as an oasis of rest In a might go to Mr. S. and state ,your short stout man wltb a naturally red bond, age, strength purity: and 'quan- | .
face and a formidable frown; now be
and and tell
desert of weariness. At last one strokeof grjevances plainly firmly tity guaranteed by the XT., S. 't
I him what you want changed." rushed Into tbe presence of his work. go per S Makes daily trips between
Tbe wheels moved
bell out. o
a rang of tbe Idea struck them people with a stormy aspect that over- 0
The audacity of 12 bottles *
more From $16.0O.:
slowly, wavered, stopped. case '
whelmed them. Ills hair stood ou end. ;
all silent Presently one of them said '
H' every part of the room rose a confusion his was s West Palm Beacij} $ndMunyons .. ,,
wIth fire face
Mr. S. his eyes glowed -
of sounds, a moving of chain, a "Why, we can't go In a body to and bin mustache bristled K Imported and Domestic Wines and r. --
and tell I him our grlevauePL""Appoint purple coarse
clatter of voices, a rushing about of ,Island
(' of n representative, then. wIth fury. His loud, commandingvoice 2Brandies at close figures. _
feet and cheerful rustling
v many a would be at breaking out in hurried, broken .
"She discharged once.
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lunch papers for girls of the shops ID In "Write down your charges, sign the English, was well calculated!, to awe A ij-year-old Whiskey bottled. bond S .Stopping it'. its, Points of j interesterr i -

those palls or days baskets wouldn't, preferring carry dinners a '\neat pa. paper and send It down to him." tbe hearts of the most. audacious."You : x $2,00 per bottle; not less than 4 bottles sold. | I ," "M111.,! ', ,N
hussies! You miserable vlin-
"Why that's a lovely, daring thing 0 '
per package that might be anything Terms cash with order ,
Lane mensl Vat menu? Come here nn.
to dot Let's try If said Kittle you 0
to much prized Steamer leaves West P lmiBaob
from a new purchase a ;
the blue eyed. where you can bear mel" And many '

K'eat liook.' contention Out In the seemed pressers to be room underway a Mrs. Seaver moved her eyes slowly of the workers tremblingly moved toward o MIAMI CLUB ,BAR, -| at 10.30 A.M. Ksturulng,

from one face to another and grew him. "Vat you mean by sending '
Hungry workers with but a arrives at 4,1ifa :P.M';
more serious. She was silent for some me this Insulting paper? You t'lnk i Miami Florida. | ,. .. .. t
pre<( This and scare me? You tells mole vat "
Important -
moments. was a new you '
them are not apt to be polite and ,pa.tt..nt. 1 0 .. ,:. (
step, and she wondered If these I shall do In my plsnesst flow dare I, C.A.FTAIMJOHN SMITH, MXNAOB j I '
oS.o1to1.o7.01107.o7.o3tolsol.o5io7.oi.o7to5.oiloilol.ol.ok Fare,
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+ A round table near one end of tbe women, who bad tolled nnd struggled you? Why, I could send you all where tt O II-8-tf JI Round-Trip 'I t.. (Cwits

alone as If the experience of each was you starvel Buhl You t'lnk yourselfs o .o .o o .oleo7e., ,
room was a favored spot It seemedto
a. personal and peculiar one, wltb that smart! .You would get up vat you call "
be sort of a place of honor, since .
proud timid secrecy of,the "old" woman a strike on met! You say If any be dls.
some of the older hands sat there andwere N.B.-Finest blue Oahiag'gnd'' trolling.
forced Into the position of the charged you all go? Ha, you fools!

vlilted by girls from all parts of "new"-she wondered If they realized Not one will go till I sends him. Yon Place Your Order At Once from deck of .learner., .

tbe shop. Was any one In trouble1) what they were about to do and If depends ou me for pred. 1 know vat 1.I1-.t'
d'fflculty' or weighted with something .. for .. ..
theIr determination would curry them la pest for you. I know vat I shall

ne'V to tell or wanting advice or Information. through It pay, vat rules I shall make Don't you ORANGESHo1: d a a W iJ.UAA AL4A V A aAA14L1C.
here she quite sure of an
came "If you are to earnest !fflrls-If you dare tell met You, a lot of vlmmens, Box

appreciative reception The women feet that you really wish to Improve to be so bold, so Immodest Bah!' I I i11 SCHOEL

seated at the table had been dabbed .. .. at th .. ..
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conditions for youreely're-go(; ahead t'lnk not such peoples York for me. .

by some quick minded worker, who But remember thin-you must bi> true Yen von of you t'lnks somct'lnfts la not
bi> least heard of worklngmen's organizations
< at
-to each other. Do not let,unl!? Buffer right, come to me and ask by yourself

the "central committee. for the suke of the rent. If onn Is discharged and If It suits me I fix It right for Famous Indian River Oranges ,
,One of these was a woman past her and Jeweler.ARTISTIC
you must all go. or (10'nl>t go you. But not die vayl! Baut t am .

youth, with a rugged, serious face Into the movement .at all." ashamed of you 'Tis ,not respectable Remember Your Friends. ,. ,

lighted by a pair of kind, sympathetic The girls looKed nt one another with Now, who complains! ? Wbo makes a ')', .,

Inp brown and eyes read, who as she held ate a, book oblivious on her to serious" almost awestruck" eyes. fuss? ,She shall speak now." Delivered In New York by Express, at $4.50 per box; two boxes f, ENGRAVER. on ;. Ij, t
,y. will do It! exclaimed several. }
He glowered at tbe frightened girls \
all the nolpe about her. Tbe $8.00., Price for other points In proportion VOOD' METAL "'
person stand or ; .
"And we'll\ by each other! came with a terrible glance. Not one of them next her a plain, sad faced little
was
from as many more. spoke. Place :; ",
Your Order Early with '
(
woman who scarcely took time to eat, "Mean old\ tyrant" broke out Kittle J PARLOR '
>
,
could "Hal l You have not'lngs to say den? <,*, ; *
but picked up something she do Lane-"we'll show him he can't run J in ZAPH' '
BLOCK.
did dill shameful ; f '
You not mean <
paper. COMPANY r :
THE EVERGLADE PRODUCE
by hand as soon as she had swallowed ,
And ?
there
general
was a
over us You sent It to Insult me. Bah! Go .J Nut dour South. ofSEMINOLE "':
few mouth Tula. These were Mrs. r
n
laugh also a little fire of such exclama back to your blades and be glad I allow : :' HOTBS .
Seaver and Mrs. Brown. On tbe other
tions. West Palm Beach. Florida. ,
you to sit In my shop and operate my Entrance, : -
pleader Miss Dean, whose
side sat pale a
"Wbo will write down our grievxnces -wfWant
machines and take every tr '
my money ; WEST I'XtM BACH,
dainty ways and pretty, refined ten. ?" said the sad voiced woman. week." --- t.A'k: :

Lures despite her threadbare, well fit- "Ob. Mrs Seaver, of course," answered I ,,. '"
Biponrnond workman. Clu>ln0 and ,
crouching behind the J
Slowly, one -
ling black dress, bad won for her the tbe Imperious one. "She under. aopetrtog kUltuIly dona.10tf
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I other, the women moved totheir seats, aHouse ,
name of "Little Lady; then dark elands matters better
such than we . .
\
eyed. Imperious Miss Davis who would do." their pale lips and troubled eyes plain YYYTYYTYYTVYYYYYYVTYVYY., ,,j'.: ,
ly showing their awed spirits. 8. turned '
different circumstances t"
have been a belle under mind clown .. ,
"I don't writing tbem If ."
fiercely to Mrs. Seaver and Mrs. Built ?
and was quit. a queen
yon tell me Just what you have to com. -
here. Around tbeoe were" clustered\ asus'inl. plain of; for mind you, I have nothing ,Brown. Wheel Chair =
"And bad rlmmenat( You. dare Livery
and of all nationalities you
girl women '
sad all grades of Intelligence all to ask for personally. I am doing get up a disturbance In my-establish II. T. Grant, Contractor and Builder;.is prepared' to giveprompt ; j
well I did well
with something to say or nometblD/ a* as ever and as as I meat?" You're In It, you, Sea vel'. I service and satisfactory work to; nay one needing ,
can expect at thin kind of work. But
they wanted to bear, and now gniui- tell me In plain words tbe gist of the know nobody but you write dot paper anything In the construction line. New 'Wheels. '\ j
I seen a good vile 1ut vas getting 'f"
hung seemed to be the order of the ago you ) '
terrible have recounted \
grievances you some of dese dangerous vorklngmen's Call on or address Polite'Attendants '
c'a" wltb tears and ejaculations these lust .. ':: ,
I''t.
horrid notions. I fought you wouldn'tbe H. T. GRANT: ;
"it's just outrageousthese! three weeks, and I will put them on '
satisfied till got a row. ,You, 'i'r: :r;
new ales!" .said a pretty girl whose you up -. Prompt Service : \

blue eyes were on the verge of tears. paper and you, too, dat brIng me dat paper, 6-tf-1902 WEST PALM BEACH FLOKIDA. ," }'
Somehow when a plain, official state- \
e back from go down stairs. and draw your ..pay; -
We must cloaks .,
!get our meat of their wrongs bad to be made ,.---, ,
and den leaf my shop! I ha'f no sucb. peoples '
the Buttonhole makers pressers ., :
thev did not half bad e
seem as ( as they '
for them to vork for me"A WORTH BOAT WORKS Wheelmen furnished ... -,
before we CPO be credited, bad believed th-m: but they were bad silence LAKE who farailUrwith "J, 1
moment of Intense reigned. '
And sometimes It takes nearly three .b
and
"weeks." enough, each womnn felt a glow of Mrs. Seaver glanced about to see If A. T. ROBE, Proprietor. all point of interest on both : '
excitement she tile
new as saw para.
"I bad any one of the girls would keep bet '
"So It Is. exclaimed another. ,
S10 worth of work finished yt I did graphs grow under Mrs. Beaver's quickfingers. word. Mrs. Brown's lips curled scorn- Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish! Boats! Row Boats and Dinghy., sides of Lake Worth. ,, t"c ,

last weep to tully She had not expected It. Miss Built 1.0Or-ier., Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out.
palm
not enough money
I rat Mrs. Brown., the plain, hardworkingwoman
Dean was very pale. but quiet Mts.Beaver's Boat Yards at .
.. hoard. I Aidn't have a cent togaped resting her elbows on the table ; Mangonia.10.18tt

." and. her chin In her bands spoke up eye were Dashing. ; P. O. address WEST PALM BEACH: FLA. JONES &. SPEED. Prop'k
"I don't know what 1 am to do," abruptly: "Mr. S.. It would not have been possible ;

little wo>nan In a Oa. for me to 'get up a row'' had ,
sighed a pale "Don't you do this 'ere thing, sells,
P) tkvtie! voice. "If thing co on is they there been no cause for complaintYou West "'
unless you mean to stick to one an norokokcKokokokoKokdkokokokokokokokokokokokoKorokt Palm Beach, Florida./
Into business
went a comparatively
.tact three' weeks. What
bv for th other. Just put that In the wrltln' Hint

wl'b Gn_ dolor work or .and not If any' be discharged you'll all go, an' poor man a few years ago. Some
of UM began wltb you. You are rich | Truscott Boat MTg Co. |
getting credit' for flol >>ed work I dent If everybody' signs It, weli an' good ?

txi-. eoooxb to off n* rvoa' real. L+.. If they' don't drop It right tliar." now, but we are poorer thrji Wft begau, 33"Order Oiled for Choice Indian .,i {
OF
:: ti
since we have lost youth and health. o CONSTRUCTORS
Mute tntafthlag to est
sides getting a "011. 1 grows' you're afraid. Mrs.
for mytr sad UTJ girt 1 dread /ft- Brown. tittered one of the younger But no matter; t will not take tbe River Oranges. '
trouble to deny your accusations. If High Grade Pleasure Craft 1 .
Ins ban ,9<< the here' are satisfied to see
women
hwkcrf xTtMM. *Ms* attbn .
Tit ten' "I'm afrered o yon. gella, she anwered -
: ua go, I am willing-yes, anxtouo-to S
a OtOf eaeeted cod .eae** nbsat curtly, taking np ber work. Vapor Marine Motors.

lard, I* .base. days]. be4eT aN tiftfU Trs and of Mr. 8. and the fore.wesessl' leave.. Manilla HouseMRS. -
'You vlll tell me first vat girls (001plalnecL ir' 5 .
J. MORRIS
D. 0. Agent
of solidarity tad a**<,. wytmtm w e** ,
Who said anyt'Ings?" 0\
fret bat ttuer *"** poet #* ***** *%tv.ro.* talDd. 1'JI.how you "I will' not,tell yon. You have their West Palm Beach Florida x0710710SIOS107a0110 oDo

whole and tint tttetfirntterm cam lttleaa wee. wre4 wfct lh. time o '
winds *f comes
named and what they agreed to." TIFFANY SPROCL, Prop fefV
of fcontmif/ araate'tl4' Owo.aDd oactt bur. X /
?ken tell na f one A oi107sOS10i109s0i100i107.OS10itO110i10710it01.O1.0i10
Tbe three women began to gather
up
seldom: dUcInned to+tett efcr m.r twsjrtrrmf r4 t.. ttf.. ***& Tbr ttrnti been no
The
,., : of poverty. It.w... ae. tfrwgli Out ,* **,*4 Cfe* paper aloud, but It tbelr wiped few his red belongings face industriously proprietor He Clean Rooms )

'' each r)o"..- was a little cooler now. Perhaps b*
knew tbe other bad on*. wM1 ft ..* fai"r". eeA lfa4 beneath the ---- And GoodWholesome
V would bare allowed\ the women to remain
l a question of honor bow well ft eewfofbe .ensr of Or. ltte Ifert fear oat of had be been asked. But they said w.h.T* them In Bell and If we havaoon STEAMBOAT ?

bidden. They might grumble ...CIMly. > file 1M ****** t* teu Tw. .t these and when .on liitntt koault,w.caa build Food'
they were .
nettling more. ,
Just want0u w nl.
bitt wbts< It came to tellln.boldlr 1
wile girls woo M4 cwt JIHc..d'Jllla ready they turned and looked at their .
( just bow much one earned and .bow awl cewM 0t tie. Mtfd I.* sa4trtt.ad sister. workers. Some of tbem Gad laid We are.also PreparedTo -
Rate i
:45P Week
It to balancing living npenditum r .. "
near cam tl Mod
abort 'wA "
what It seas M w.
tbir bead down upon their arms. Foraiiili._______.__ _
they were silent Tbe gtrtsdlt fearful and An4t. brtugtog tut -"". Table Board '
"
some' bad tear In tbelr eyes a few $4.50 per' WHIG
now .. though this woman bad worst' tblng tee she mtr6r? tior*, ,
C'b4eu were glowing. red and other Outfits for .
ti..U>.llrately. opened a door and shown Tbe oilier/ gave the srbem s b.11">ty fates were. pale. But not one pair of Pumping IrrIgatIon.Write .
them abe skeleton la all It. atelloess.: Near Corner Poinsetl. and ''
disapproval and deoonoced tile signors' yea net the gaze of the discharged or call on ua for Anything In Banyan''

h, A light waned. .ISM broke the silence: s" unwomanly IIIJII bold. At .U.f. afterahont employee They. left the room* that Our Line that you' need. Streets

"I dresdmf facing my 'landlady, too; two boars tht peps' cease back ,
bad been tbe scene of their-labors tor "
but she faced DM, better believe stnrtwl.! Co. WEST PALM BEACH.', .
lOG to the place from whUli It so long without good, from o'oe of Merrill-Stevens Engineering ; FLA.

dear old maDimll-8.JI4 scolded me "Now wbo wilt fake If down?" Inquired their old companions., And so ended li-T-tf t

onndly for spending" tbe little Igot' Mis. Da vie rode her breatbTbose the first strike of women wa ire workers JACKSONVILLE. FLA. -

for bine rlbboos.Well. > Within" I liearlng' looked' dubloua-
the
lake.
la the great western city by
I don't care IV* horrid anyway I ly. at one another Mrs. Brown leuutdback Lizzie M. UOLUXS.: .t.4 j--"i""om Jacksonville Marine Railways S0Qd TI} gory Your Jolt Worm; ;i

," said another girl wltb pouting la fact cualr. JI. ;




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f'6Ft. TAX DiD NOTICjPt.Nutlet Wilt! Be Sold at a Sacrifice. J
SUGGESTION ', fOADS.itsgAdkal ( NAIMIOVV TIKE EVILS
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\. t'chutclln4ed'' Tax:. and a Mystr.eyrH'uiti i .- .. I la I hereby'' glvun Chub C, A. Woodruffptmlniwr 1'24 acres oil A No. r pineapple land

I '. ,, "''II'l'y, aA nlpoa. I GREATEST ENEMY TO MAINTENANCEOF .. ill Tux Ci'rddcttltw. U iiuttttmruf, near Lpqtaua will be sold at a -- ......
:' \;' T"w; ( 1" M; ;\ of Michigan is and dated boluw. ban Iliad until Csrtiteaeah, small
: sacrifice.: Twenty acre deareu: ; ,,
', ti ,,: !"I a;',' \ "l taAllt'.I> .tJIHO to of /good roads QOQO ROADS. ro my aeu,1naeoOrdancpwttblaW.offldo( ., and mA J.application I tax<" deed,. comfortable house on the land; Lake Xh.e Cyclone Dredge No.: 1

k '"i .j \\IJr\ ,wblitm./ evflrnl uouitl! .s lu: 1-- : .
; "Hull) ttiipttfleitten embrace the fallo"'hlr'I'I., Iroutnge. Owned by a resident who "' .
'.{,; '/\\i'\/7\\ 1.ifl': ''It) ;(t"O x.ipi'ovljo!) : funds for a pviicof :*flabwaenrfacpa bpeedl."r (.tv. rr-llxxl" propartlnk.Bltnate ell Va". County) Is unable to give It attention. For spot II how ready. to do business on (;
\ 'War, ( '"
Cinder 'chats.e-Yernnurvnt
; : : : i orAd4slfatton rofljbiiljtlhirt, 11" I *'ldrilaj|, ; fcWwMt i !
'' ;i ", ,s \iIYfYtp; ... << l1'rltd on by city CO'liItt\I llond Impvo-rrni: I).tiun.t" TheirAboIUIou. I No. 1M, June V; 18OH. tuHmmaa. to'JOI' cash this property will be sacrificed! to Lt.RJ E 'WOQJ7tt.

; ,. ';!}ll';'}'1;!.j."IY. ;" :: 1!{,frill"Zelli'ra1'" \ '' guvertmente< says" I ATonnl et
\ : ,",i.: '. I"" ItT. ,'fJ'UAltfl111\11I\ ( North AhVnrU'Kn. JUt I tl r.:'.Ilollund. she; ' the oldest "..C. ta>lff[: !!>Alwnl;". < Sol'' II". Tp. fB! I' it;"tt4t .. Tropical Real Estate Exchange W. I.
"
I: ,:rd: :;" ; 'anY: <'cpt+( .,t4fit J !,I 'tOl1t.1.\: \ llrlnlll: I "11011" ili'rs of Rockford, 111, wn Interviewed No.W 100, JllUU'rf, 1HOH, IWM'HIWtl. 1 10 Joll", Metcalf .ManaKI'Jr. a Fr111ngLake.p'rout! Lots ; Peclalrplnj Lands ; Cleaning out or 1

& 'i1f/! ,. 1 8tlMll'4eiMK&'wini I per.mli wWi( tt f good. Hot lpt>g ago by tlM Chicaito! American IluldeaforNsrd:""Quarter pf' N. E. "fMi-; + > /J'. (:: toitUIf :t ain drut4ttlyo, trflaUtlnt' +ugine, elY'thd <1uolltlOl\i.'Ot.\ 'gootl roads and 1 Sue I01'n",4BrB,4usoresNo : ; '
: a r', '" >> V.iWtjfch'.wiji: i jnakQ a 6>ur f>(fr t\i6\ central tiueI"r ml "tcnance. Mr. Holland began < SaOVuu: .OJ18UH, aM....HKt to W. H. IIiln FOR/BALE. pumpB&nd., any distance upto ;

'1',?: ..,' ,',,,prirt',0f; tflfy,\ ;stole, traveling\ about COO Sy saying thut'tlio narrow Ore was tllu < .fiiil, for.LotJOB:\ "Oome Grant" s..oc. '
1 i.lle.c aetor\!<- till start Conl'nU'points!( gruatestenemy of good,roads. O'p, 4(>-.it, S{, U. (\:1-48.: E., 73 acres, Hillside Dairy Farm! located at Two Thousand Feet..
;1 ; ,,, wt11Gd1;' ; IIflCi'.te.1< .where, iho train will, "I liare boon practicing law la the Alevaertl8cnte. 1'10.8:11.: Jg3y8.Ig0A a... COCOA and }{OCKLEDGIC. "

;, .off: ), and'.buliay. bupia"lolls. ) of good ;Rode! river valley nearly halt a century .cMia. to O. C. ''CUilllmtwurtli/ for tot 108"Qomrs ). This propoity Includes fifty acres For estimates call.at the Dredge, or address ',v ; t tNEWCOMBC'1cCAFFREY tb
J..I"ol. hTowtiHllIim
\
being "'
: Grant, on Jupiter '''"
toad : And have BOOH tile effect of those! / narrow of t t land ; a house of eight rooms,
*
41, S. .R.4\1-\ 711 acraiJKu
..9enaton! .Earla!: urges < 81:1: to :
,. an.tippropilatlonst tires with which yonder wagon Is W furnished complete dairy house, ,
to J.
,; ., 8411,JUII. U, 180R. awtmiiRd ; ,
ot'alt. t for'tbe -
,bf contfrcus
\'\bettI'meb 1,000,090,1 or'l' btehwnys? Hud fitted out, and 'I am convinced, Hint a'ouny! fur Lot D,spe.80.TIt.| 41,8. R.40,' K.. 10x30 feet (with cement floor) with 10-4-3m ,: ,-'-'lWest 'Palm Beech, Fla. fC.
he
( [ > !( :whatever action may be taken In lui 40.......811. .
churn fixed
and to
i' also; wt: ,ocate' III nuMpnnl-veUIclu\ : taA of.' endeavor to Improve the roada of ttjo} Alsucm'tifcptebo,417Joli'( *,' :lace' ..tatc .. separator run I -, .

;, .,60 :pe4tsa! 'leak\ for-tbn, prdrpoae. One country will amount to tittle nnloss, iHV) to _'-- lor Lot 3, See!' 08, TU: >. with power ; seventy-flve head of .,

'vt} !l1I11 acbewea'fi.to'hAe"the'govuruu : ', ,them: Is first legislation! looking toward: 41,S.: U 411,fe.. 40 acres.No Jersey Mulch Cows ; fifty'' head of : .i'Y:>
{ P i1 meet make; road meltOt' every county: tHe: abolishment of narrow tires on Vehlclen. 404, June 0, JHDH." OMOMMM! to Marcn heifers ; one epau of mules ; 1.Jarnl'and "- A ,J. i IPE: >
.,.'In', t1.lIt ,VJl ltBd fltateflWi, ; .Uowlng, bad The farmers generally! jreeosUlz ret Evans>: for Lot 0 W. Bait Block. :.35, $or, stalls for stock ; three, wagons I . +
'OAdltl!! tnv' tcdi-fnirly( Rood ones In' Wn.iwd S1-U3,1'p.! 48, It 4oa, E.
!In
i : tills tact but aft long as there and( one buggy.For'further .
J
K.
la, T8, July 8, 180O assessed to
II 'Uoiwoyfla! ,rgHQe<1 ,to, UicU. Ho
,no concerted' action among the manufacturers HJtADQUARTKRB Jl'Un!
ncblnnbu; for :outh halt| of 9 would aa: & the* eodhty.111itps! pwU-
\ ?
well the users .
as as among of: KoMli-wasi Quarter 0' North
rter
w .H8he'd:1y'book'form: ; ; /dad:( sold'at'post- of vehicles little will bo accompli Xl.
'I.: ".:"'r' cfflocB/ tot 6 elite: Senator:! ;: Bark. eayal i The common highway la the farmers' Township IIG, B. K. 40, E. u-j9-tf COCOA, FLORIDA ; Fine Jewelry, Novelties Artistic-'Shell ,Goods and

,. Jflf Jtvantedtb[ : step a.:cer only outlet to' the'shipping- point on No. .TU.JoIT, (U, 1801): ,-UMni-iwaiJ; to 1 1.1, Bob '
x' "; tacalkjtNmy) "_,tir foX the pur- the railways. Over'-'thls highway' must Ins.,,), North.eaetb Quarter of jNortliwenOunrtcr in Souvenirs,.Wedding : Black: Aluminum ,Nov-
>oso f Ittv atlKfttloa' .wontd J>e to. pur- '\transported l all the ugrlcultural J'urrlnn\ Qrftnt..Sectlou! ail. Town. ,
chase. ,oue-of..i1lin\ little quapand; ) I slap OB S. R. 4O,,4O acr..... and "
eliesTOletAnielesandGifts
\ :
I 'tti'sl products of the country;, not fed t live Birthday Holiday : : | '
.''W'oul' \, 1"be.very; imr"Hint\ 1 would.purcliai4e ... No. 188 July H, 180O\ ataummtl to E. J, SPROUL'S EXPRESS
?' 3iyf. .mf fares( ftloDu the.-route of oneof '1NARROW Oootbltt, too Huuth-oBBt Quarter of North Toilet Sets in
f r Sterling +
; Bunt Quarter Beotlon,84Townshlp,, :: Gilt S, p
p ; theses; gogd;roads. for'J: have fuuutl Furniture moved Baggage

,:,pu( (..troul., obsevyet1oi1".thatlt coat IT 41 p,40 acreai. 1800 E. J. transferred and general.
I Not 100, Jul 1X! H we8ac l to
: "
.
yet! :, .. ents'> tea.afl mllev to transport fai'in A Foil Line of Latest and Prlodlcll.Alwa, On Hand f
1 Dmitliltt, for Weet.JI..11 uf NorthAWwt QUILl'-( ,.dray lag 'done at reaaona- Xagazlnes ,
:
utd ptQdtlceoyer'atnproVed) roud tban / e ter., null $oath-asst Quarter. 01, North.wenQnurtor tile rates.TwoSeated.
," : loyul,.' a toad one."* : /"t vi Boctlon! 85, Township; OS) a. R. 41,.
; .There'''sal' nothing, rnQJ'Q' Important S.-11)0 iiore. Carriage Semlnole.not.el.West Palm !;BeaCh.
'than good roads 4',1''the>> 'material w:cl. Mok2.l2!, July 8, 18i>0, assessed. to :Mar;: Under d
fare'ot sCbnntr'nad: !Its! to be hoped Kovlj, for Lot IB:,Block IB; Town pf MiamiM. Or1 Single Buggy oFor u..lf

that coiigtoss ,mqy bate,'the wlwdom, to y t7 : ? 1 iv ,u "Suction 87. Townnhlp 5I. 8. R. 41, K.No. hire by hour or day. -
a40! ,July a.18Im. assessed to Anllrew
take- the ,matter up cnrueatly! ; and make
.liberal 1 .4ppr/rln) tlonsJ'D aid of the D\lrltul..lor Lot 14,BlockHl> Town\ pf Ml Leave orders,at Manilla House.
R 1T I'-'' gded'toads! movement' even .If It Is amt" 1,1'1.' Bectlon 87. Tewneblp,88S5 It. ,&1, B" tw.t, r-- A NEW YEARSRESOLUTION
No. !I84, July 8 t 1BU9 aweiiMMj to,< '
V-I necessary to reduce tlia,sum custoinn- .
.
; V M. QulUfortl,for Lot 87, McDonald1 Sub:
1, rill;, devoted' to-tha: ., Improvement ,of DIvMort of jut 1, l Bectlon 31. Township 64,

waterless creekg. 8. It.41, E. Ir
No. ;3ftU,Julr ,UIU9;.. Medl\Jo DnkooMri A C., 'Dittmar,. '

; l. A'GQOD' for Lot 1:!. UlockBO- Rboilv, Plat of New D.ALRR'MRoUl LowestPrices-
'MAKING; ROAD.
piBcajnH. eectlim 10-33,Townntll| 04, fi.,11. fh .and- ..

.. Vrlthow Con.V.e.n Dlen.Tlier* IaNc TIRES OUT DBEP.. 41E.
,
.
MCI 3(14. ( Jell '8. 18OO, UBicmea. to Do '
Cb..". of I""c"u: stock.! It' Is also-tbe: pleasurable drive known for Lot 6. Block 82: !th.......' Plat DKav DressedILUmber,
A good road can bajnaafe by putting for the rural resident as the boulevard nincdjrn! ..duotlon .':\ il2. Tow.tablp54S. Highest: Quality
1 in a layer ,of largo"r >inefllurn sized I Is for those who live .tft the city.. Tlieso R. 4t,,B. Shingles Doors, SashBlinds; ;

x ; .toiie,..then on that.- ,Joyer,.of crashed highways should-be built In such' a l'Io.lIt8,July'; a,180O, MMMMd to Florid "..Mouldings Brick Lima,
stone and on that covering of gravel manner ns ''be'bard and smooth all C, 1.. T Co.,.for North Halt of Suction :487i and Builders', Hardware,, This has been the secret of our big success. It will be our ., Jd;
'
and rolling the surface! ;down hard and: the year round. >rDHhlp 41, S. R. 43: StO.OO DC..... endeavor each, .day,of this new year to live up to the above
f .smooth. .But tbat'!I. notall: that la "This. of course, would be a magnificent \. .l'Io..40G, July 8, 1110U. niwBHod to WllllunVooJn FORT. PIERCE, FLORIDA resolution.We "It
needed Buys the-1'American Cultivator. work, but !It would be label \ .., for part Went Halt of North-wem
thank friends for thelrliberal.
Quarter, 6 chains wlduoff, so ith end fctoctloifi most heartily our patron.
;A1: ot.the skill Is like the old ten.tlemnn'a 1 ol ''LIGHTWOOD POSTS
pare ( thrown! away with the present style
t. Township 58 S.R. 42 Knut. 0 arcn.! age and hope tomerl! ; and. enJoy a continuance. of the same.
I rule for mukludr good toffee' vehicle In use. You might\ just as! well | Do.< 41(>,July 8, 18110. assessed. to W. H. II First Class Lightwood; Posts foi They will find us each day better: fitted to supply their wantsin
.
!When, moke It in some. in
put brussels carpet
you .
expect to keep a Ql.a on, for illS acre off booth side of I ot T,
.e.- We,, bare been-'watching the ''war" on good repair under hobnailed shoes, aa i Section ;14, Township 08 Si B. 4.2. East. 91! Pineapple Covering, and other purposes our line, as .we are constantly adding to our clock ;

a tit ,of rued> thl .season.-- There .arQ. to keep good roads In condition under acre Address With the season's compliments

about three inches, .)Irv depth of therouud narrow tlr.... Loaded wagons wit!) No. 480 July D, 18OI, ae.e.Het" to OorulcUnHlur 1 H. B. HOWARD Yours for business; ,
.' cobb.ostanes.- Inch of.crush narrow tires1' would cut L'p the best dirt ,for Lot(Hi: I.emon CitySuetlon'NTownship :
1 ed stone and one IncU! of 'gravel andy roads that could \be built faster than 08. $.R. 48< Ka.*. ,Sebastian, Fla. :Hatchett: :Hardware Store
8,1800, ammMHl to-\\.. H: aaiua ,
1< 447 July
which wetting and o. .
:: roam .mixed: !( by they could be repaired! with all the
"'I> 1 I ot 9, 2B off DOt
< ot acrra
>un, part < :
'rolling/ 1ms been so. pressed! down .Into force In thu country. It Is simply nonsense
a. It. 42, eNt
cud Becton :98 Township 03 JE ,
the stones thatit Is,, now less than a hall to talk of having good couutrj' 1D p

tt Inch.' Jf..It};were whitewashed, after II roads as long as the narrow tires are t 33 No acrea.: 4S4, July 8, 18DO. ,aftnei! .e Jj -- s. +------
was tolled, !it could not rook much better used." Brookor for Lot 8 In Cabot's Hnb-DlvlHlou oj ,

ct; ,,but It might be,more durable. W8tliltik fllowcould this be remedied?" Lot Section' Township 40. S. it.411 K. '

;, ,- .before one, winter, passes the "Nothing short Of legislative enactment No. 448Jnlj. 8.18OO\ awveeed to ()eornK < That.we hare stall times,, CRAYONS.VATER COLORS.
."" '.J/tI''cf'ltones will beat the surface and looking toward the abolishment ( Uloanun for Lot :2, Section 3(1, Towailili'

the covering will have ;washed away; 01 of narrow tires on air vehicles Intended /OS, B. R. 43: East, 18.HU ncres a choice line of 'RH2R1\RDH..RESLER !
-
'.. ..settled down'' below them. freighting purposes would living No 45O.July H,1800,,..._.ed to Sarah. 0Oloanon .
for Lotal 9, It, 4, 0, 6 anil I, Slosh ,
to strip built by
-,tIn close proxlmljty a about the change. And without that FLORIDAANDWESTERNMEATS yPbotogtrapben.
1. Town of Jupiter Section 81, Township 4Og. ,,
tbe- state as /in/ example ot' bow to change as 1 have cold, (he building ol tt 48.E..... .
A '. build a good road Is likely to furnish roads will continue a farce-., .
good No. 4rI1;; ,July 8, 18OO?, assessed to 8ft..11 'I i'V
alJ.,..equally good example of how not Look at all the labor expended by: ','Uh.ason, for tots i. a, 4, a. 8. 7, 8 and I 0,
p. to make a good toad. It Is one of thosu farmers on road wollt. What does Jl: I'Block 9, Town of Jupiter,Suction 81 Town I
,, ail ', .*. cases, too common where the town amount to? Positively nothing. Inmost I ihlp 40, 8. JI.48. Ea ". CLEMATIS AVENUE

thought t6 employment to Its ownt.'St cases the! roads are the, worse f 01''I No.<45T July S-leW' nBveiued to Sarah Q., Live and Dressed TurkeysOhickens.Butter-. Opposite Masonic 'Temple.: ; .n
vI : -": citizens :Instead of hiring 'the work It. Pirt Is thrown up from.the borders I OleBJKiu, for )Lots: 8, 4, S 6, 7, 9 and 0, Blocs
'''''; contract when Jt would have ,. Town of Jupiter, Section 81, Towiwbli],
"I Th ''! ,.dope,"y. of the highway Into Us center where I West Palm.Beach Fla.
u f.:1.1':'\'. b ter'to have awployed a competent 4.0.8. R. 48,.East. s
': : ". !been It lies In a big soft drift"Then .
Etc.
1800 accessed,, BuraliO Cheese
No, 468 July 8. .to Eggs, W-
11ij:. ) mall rcjtb.ablebodted: belpandsupported come the narrow tired wagon: I CJIeoaon, for Loll 1..11. 8, 4, ft, a. and T,. ._-. --- -._---, --.
., n,(,:o\\.; It/:.'I'lpples from thetown's and cut Into ,this unpacked mass as a I Block 4, Town ot Jupiter Section 81, Township .
J,' poor fund ttflu to have, paid.them $1.73 knife cuts Into a soft theese.: The result 4O 8. It. 48 Ease ,

$ \ for eight hours' loaflug.or trylng; to do I I.1 easily to bo seen-ridges and I No.480July 8, ISOO.aueiwed to Sarah <}, Prompt Attention Mail, Orders. .. i

that which some'' of them were unable I rats and gullies everywhere along the I aieaaon. for Lot I,2.8, 4, S, 6?, 7'. 8..'", 1O.. ookortokatROStoelortottoatoetokoko4tlsloKottaKOROalosloalo oKoko.
,...'.oi'. ,: .' is '.to do'' by reason of old age and others I highway that, had these vehicles been I 11lnand: 18 Block fl. ,,'towo ot Jupiter o* /5t?
. : :- were utterly incompetent to do ; ::; :: while, few of them cared for or took packed tll'mand- level. No.4UO, July, U, 189..-.1 to Sarah UUlensan ,: Faber Bro's Market Place your i
Lots 1, 3 and 0. Block 7, Tow 2
for
I in of the. work ,
Ir,+I' '! : any interest nny part "It Is not to be supposed that all the I

'. .: f: \ :'a" excepting drawing their. pay. wheels of all the wagons of the country of East.Jupiter.' Section 81. Townshlp40S. R.4t! West Falm Beach. 2o Ltife Insurance : t,

from I
If ", Xj-. Ol -, i could be changed at once narrow No.4.II It. July 8, 1800 assessed to Sarah O.Qleuxon .
'. "4"h; .' :'r.> ; Durability of (\oadii. to broad tires. That would be an for Lois J, a. 8,4,, B,t) and'I. BlockS I."I-.goa 2
J' $ The durability of roads depends act so costly as to make it Impossibleof Town of Jupiter Section, Township 40, o

'> *:$&'" largely upon the power of the materials fulflllmeut without the backing of S R.411 Eo.t. ,,2 .'W"I'LH THE 5
/ . ', those' natural and artificial forties legislation looking toward the abolishment known for Lot.8 and 4, Block T, Town ot "
which are constantly acting to destroy of narrow tires and the day get .Jllpltur,8 etlun 01, To..oeblp.'O.. S. R. <48, ,WOOD .WOOD o 5X .

of which they for Its final enforcement there shouldbe Pest V 1VIutualhife
them. The fragments O. .
KO. 489: July If 189O, nmnneil' to Barah
are constructed are liable to be*, attacked time enough for a gradual changeIn nieaBon fur Lot 8, O, 10.. II, 19, IS and, 14< o by
a'' In cold climates by frost and hi the manuracture of the vehicles! and Block T.nwnof: Jupiter eetlon 81,TOWD. Stove 'Wood o
'
+ 'all climates by water and wind,' It also to give the owners of single vehicles ship 40... 8.R, 43,E...f.... V o Of ]f4ew YO.t1k.; .1 'j
composed of stone or.lrra'n1. the par. an opportunity to remedy the defect No 481,July a, 180O, aueMHilt. to Sarah 0. Dellrered to Any,Tart of Town. .Ito ,

,, tlclea!: are constantly grinding against In them."Tho Olnmon.for Lo to 0,10,11,19.18,14, 1e., 10 :
t eacb other and being exposed to the average life of a farm wagon Is and 17 Blocks. Town ol Jnpltor, Section Yard .VV-Why
Impact of the tires of vehicles and the estimated at Ova years. A bill that 01,Township 0,8. R, 43, East Leave- orders at Wood on Clematis
t to drive 4S\),-Jul,. 8, 1800.; assessed to P. T.McClolInn Avenue near, the railroad track .
feet-of animals. Atmospheric agencies should make It a misdemeanor yt> If 1. It could out other i
buy
are also at work decomposing and disIntegrating wpon. any publIc highway with a narrow bland No./J.8ootiOD/ 10, Town or address o .,. ., any company .

the matej-tal. It Is obvious' ttred vehicle fly years after tbe hip 43: ,S. R.48, East 13-1OO. acre*. J. T. SNELL sro and have many million; dollars left. X o
810,July 8, 18V>0, naaeaBed to- ,
Ko.
necesanrytberefure.that great law would work no( te
(; ly cared enactment-of,, the ,
In for the surfacing It would result In a toots,for Lot 0, East Hall' Block asvTown. tROPRIET0t4 o-e-tt o
selecting
be exercised barm to any one. of West pa11aB.achSeatlon" 31, To..n.blp K o 2. It is the oldest, the largest, and the
those the narrow T<
roods from
of Btouestivhlebaroless change
complete! /
fr4 ,1- less liable to bo destroyed or' decomposed tbe wide tire on all vehicles! Intended 48, H. R. 48,KBBt.: sro strongest company In America. i
and make the No. B3O: July 8.1f,190. ,aBBBMed. to, J. '0.
by these physical !dynamical for currying weight and X
I' WIIUaniB, Lot B. We** Half Block 28. Town AGENCY
,I i chemical forces.! building and maintaining .of good! of Went Palm Beach. Section :91, Tnwnihlpifl.ft. 3. It has paid as much in dividends to o

roads a practical proposition. R.40En.t.No.B8a.Jufy to policy holders as other two
..Reitorlaa-. Old Hand. "There would seem to bo DO. good rca teo any '
18OOamwieut\ to LyillaM.BrlxsrB CONTINENTAL
pc ..A California association 'ma dnganr ton why the wheels of one wagon timnnfacturer for East Half :Northeast Quarter, o companies. 5X 5X ": .

effort foe .thf ifesioratlon! to usefulness could not be made to fit Seel Ion 83, Township, 48, 8.R 48 East, 80UnldKH ," .
Kl l Combo Kenl the royal rood or those of air wagons. If this were tbo o
of
aerr.. te 5. Its premium rates are less and its i'
.
+ ., the king's highway, which-! Wad traveled case; when the date came for the abolishment laid' certlflcatM shall be rodoemed i PLANT COMPANYOf -Xo )
missionary friars tires the tttW in 'cash and loans :.
andi
all
;, by the Franciscan l of narrow nwordlnft' law' tacdeed. will Uinatlidreoo guarantees ;;
r' In tbe days more than a century ago< ;' who stilt had wagoim furnished with ,on tn. Beth'. day of January, E.tuoa. ,8o other :values larger than other X ;"?,r '
1'd before the "gringos" Invaded the laud. that kind of tire'would have only to Kittrell, N. C. any .o. j" ;

This road wu. the 'moat direct route purchase a new !sot of wheels to corny Whose i nijt bnn(|, nij bmdul Hal| thin tl6tb o rival company. o J.
practicable between the pueblo and ply with the. law. day ot December .. D. 16ot sf II f \.,
It ran through very "d.-to the, benefits of the wide Ure o 0 .
the mission Seal! :&.''C. DE"RaORN. ITRAWUILRt, YLASTSCabSu.e II J''lit ;
[
the counties of tire discussion on o 0 '"
what now over the uarrow r
of are.
" many Clerk of the drenl Court Dade l County FU. ;Tomata: sad O.l.rjr rianU. .
'the .tats,and the supervisors In these that point. needless. Every' one who ;x ::
before #1f
Insist seeing plans i
counties nave been asked to aid the ever gave the subject a .;.1D0mellrlthought .,UABXATlUIf' PINKS ;, upon our .

movement. Many of them have 'conon l t. convinced of the great superiority OHIO COTTAGE A Bpoa.lty.AV V o insuring elsewhere. We will do better 5X. ri
settled ;
.. lit the wide tire. Only a o
ted. trouble and expense The Ohio Cottage la the Dame "."dl.. .ROMI and Ploweilng Plant. for I'C' ,
'? habit and the .
e O.. U.Tatwiv Olea 8k M *y. KU. Y by you. 5I
forward the change of first class boarding house con. .
put a
I.l.rc.4 i i. necessary! have A han of patrooig*dolielt l. '
'a --tirr fin tb* pat few years Increasing interest "It: nceJaonly a simple bit Qf legislation dnoted by Mrs. Nina Crosgrova and your CECIL WILCOX, .Gen'l Agt. Z

in the matter of good roads M. to sweep away this narrow -Ure, Miss MinnieQibeoo', corner of,Tolnetu VAII ORDKB9 PROMPTLY: PILLED o

} ? t' ;caused such .agitation lu congrus, the greatest menace to good Toad' and Fern Streets. Boarding Acldru YJt/ NiL ot'x. Jacksonville tf"a.It -I Io

A that men who ba 1'0.' their band on the With wide tires In universal use the can be had by the week or meal, U-i-U P. O.Bl ....,...,..t Pit M Bnieh. Pin. ( ;

. ,. pulse of their constituents: have begun work of Improvement In the reads: at. r* ooable r8.tSe. .e J. W. CONNER Agent. ; I'Y
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forward with practical reult' o
a to recognUie tba an- (intelligent go x1a011ototto7aotlohohtlilotlo7aoiAloiloleoilokoifOlaohOilOS
of all effocts to give thoroughfare > -, But. utiles there/ Is sometalnc ---,.- ...- ,
'eral support
Call on Tbe Tropical, Rest Estate Exchange :
4 all 07ro1a0110 ;rt
their peoplePWUI done to bring about that change .
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and highway l ,
: be,-deinand* .,d .of them by those'. 'cthee"plans for the Improvement Of our Subscribe f for THE Stiff, before, prices on realty advance

'"'.ir.!horn the/: represent. -. country,bigaway* must fall._

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mE TROPICAL SUN; WEST PALM BEACH: >FLOBIDA> FRIDAY, JANtJAEY 17, 19(13.(


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COMMENT injury than a shot from a tttnsket, continued the I business of shipping to PROFESS/ONAL .
: CURRENT CARDS.U I
iiiiiIcAisii1 aiialnst the hull of the Illinois the North will have tu be abandoned, CHOICE \
_- ..' j. .I \ The majority of the Democracy of for the simple reason that no one can =.=,_=":- -=": .-;:;=--7'; ::: :::: = PROPERTIES.,

1' Plcou.erP.perO ?. County. What Our Brothers' of the Tripod Florida ate not fools. and they know ship from here and receive anything TY 1. MKTOAJUF r ,'

..: --. that it will be difficult, if not Impossible over the) charges for bis fruit or vegetables. ,. .. "" I,
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." Pencil, Shears and Paste-Pot to find In the State a man who could and NOTARY PVULIO i AND ; "ly" I''

Ij ', TROPICAL SUit PUBLISHING COMPANYGUY would serve them so ably and so efficiently To say that the present charges is IN 'fTRAhTS1tJt l ,

"ff.' I. MBTCAW lu"ro., Have To Say On Some xTimely at this time as Senator Mallory, robbery Is )puttinRlt; too mild for patience. Far ifia Stpfv Florida atLm'g.. DA G ;;i/, ,#
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Topics. and they are going to send him back. It Is extortion\ the .worst form. Its Deoils,' Mortgages/ Lease .An '1 Contracts ,n" .* ,i. ,f"1" <.
) I PUSUSM1D SVIHY I-BIOAY.' The real opposition to Senator Mal- results will be ruin to this whole. section 'V.'t.-d. ;----"" .1\:1": f'"' ;i i'f ;f;:,: '.J

!IJ ; ':" AT WSat PALM aSAOH DADS OOUHTV PL.OHIPA.JVBSCRlPTION lot,, are a few leading politicians 'In if we longer submit to be bled by the All Work Conveynnolng UtmrHut u,Legally Specialty.:r: : "rnct. A Few Leaders from the :tiat' t t'Deelrithle [ :)' .;,, '

i/j./ skeI Keels No Defense. East Florida who want to get a man consclouBless transportation companies.
;. PRICE $%.00 A VeAR.II from over there. But the people ol We should.., about seeking a rem West, f aim B.a..b. ))"d. OountO ,.. FIIIC'lo1l1. Propertied\ 'Ofl'ettd "fI1I: : ';;. ; ",:J: '
t r" f:>, A South Florida paper goes<< out of its Florida jof all sections have complete edy and applying it-Orlando Daily ,w. ,,, 'I I '.
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io'? :' Shtats down 'confidence III R. Mallory Record. the ;.l ::1
Stephen they .by TROPICAL flAS;
of Went Palm Beachas to call Superintendent ,, ; : ,
".i,,{, Entered at the Poitofflcii way _ _" O.tinlLLlNOWOHTH, use U.CUBlUg w .
know he "
cannot be bought to betray
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: '( second-clan nmtttr.lUIDAY of Inconsistency by saying '" : ;
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: on their interests know that he Is TATE EXCHAflGE ': "' ',' I ,
in Ills ; they Ion Indictment Pending CI 111,LINO WOKTII& OU Kill IS : '' ;'
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',' little Inconstutent \ "i. 'I""' ;
that he was a for '<
his the
always at post,, working commercial .' ,1 I '
JANUARY IT. 1008.V speech at Ocala, wheu he candidly admitted I
,:, ?: ..__ that other Southern States did nient of Florida, and (hey" will see'' thai Judge W. II. Rives this afternoon re.ceivcd ,' *. .,..,..,. ,1:1"/ >>:: ,,"
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',<' "'I r work with half as he is kept there no matter what opposition a telegram from Washington announclng JDeacIi, 1'la. "'r .( ,'(" ,. "' ",,,
.>< "', oj ';' twice as much school Is brought forward to defeat him. the affirmation of the case of 13,31 AFisfmcjs of kgqn&f '

t. i.\" '', much money as he has at his command.and Pensacola. Press. the Louisville and Nashville Railroad u r mi I'' -ml .: Tf.j '1:, I :, : !!
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i.1': 1fti''" in the net'! breath urges .Increased Company vs the Commonwealth of \ i, MKTCALF '' .l I '. '.'\\i f ';I)

t ,, ,W .1 for the benefit of the Florida Kentucky by the Supreme Court of the Surbu.rban Tract:.. .
taxation :
1< ,'" .' well la- Mr. Wants Government Ownership.' United States. This has been known as a HTORN Y-AT-LAW. ,, : -1i'::

't.' ',' school fund. It would be Editors l Record: In regard to your the "long: and short haul" case and the NOTARY PUBLIC. Partly Im..o"ed. fruIt fanu ..net, rI.nle '; "", ,

Sheets to study\ the methods of other editorial speaking of the outrageous decision 1 in,.of vast importance\ to the '. grove. heap Iowa Twenty acre, a 1 h I 1: .
", '' : overburdened and Will practice' In County Stat.and Faders pores cleared 11 aereate\ ctioIc. 4/'I.an4/ .' .Li, 1l
taxpayers
the the ,
railroads of
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states freight; and express charges on your Cu..... crape fruit tr.a, b acre 4e Irish, pot.". ,
'S. J.. alone." There are several good reasons agricultural produce, I would suggest and especially to the people of Marion toes, Haerelaaiworted; yeaetnW. .., t new,. '
.. ;.. r' % why other and more densely popu- that the people of Orange County combine I county. The validity of the long and CAND CASKS A SPECIALTY.OrBainTnoFi in toroaUxia., ;tabr" 'ot citlctcen yard edn ', "/;',""4f3
cloned with .'
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in this
'! lated states do more and build a trolly line to Sanford short haul section of the Kentucky law Al.8cn Block. house., auppiied with wxiet-1Lnhgro.rr: aim ',J: \ M:'" (

I. 'I" :? with the means at their command than and get la communication with the 1 was involved and by the decision just W vt Faint Huuch. Dmd I lorlttaIT piled with 'irrigfttin*plant,good auiblv end 'p''Y''' ';:rI>'" .
{( Florida but Via fact justifies no delayIn Clyde line of steamers. Operate the rendered has been sustained by the County wagon( ronmi 3 JJ Here flower garden |,l.,1A-d :',t,";,"" ....' j" ,
clinietmtTQiiniand other liowc-r., "
BUbfPRAMOB ,'
;: the best edu \ (f.
placing our Stale upon trolly line and charge only enough I court of last resort. LAND us DADH COUNtY, A' >{', rWi! '
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1 cational footing possible under the 'cir and the Judge Rives on behalf. of' the Commercial U, SAUNUl&US, bargain 'I:, \". '. .J::
freight passenger rates to pay : "
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.Ii: \ cumstances. The fact that some things actual cost of runt lug the system. Under : Club of Lebanon, took up the .LS.. 1:1. I '.If'I .

cost worn'! in one place than to another such a system produce could be question before the State Railroad Commission TTOKNBy AT tA W. lain Front Fr.lt lLa.iI: 'H )tiq 'J,: r

I" > 1 does not always justify the imputation shipped for less than half what it costs in the fall of 1894 and procured Corner C Ollre and Bathes Streets One hundred aedtweatykuraci'faof! Wo.l ,, \ i : ,, '
I ,,'" 1 of extravagance.-Ocala Capital.A now and we could get our freight I from it an order tefusing to approve the pineapple land near Lanwua, will. be :"v 1.' I ." ,

:,' r\, \ shipped here proportionally cheaper. I charge of $1.55 a ton on coal from Kentucky |a 4.r WB8T PA.LM DBACH FLORIDA aold comfortable cheap buae Twenty:sItuate. acren on' the cleared maul! amalt Lake,(,,. '. ) '.
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J",. '.:' e.. Mistaken Conne. Under the present system of railroad I mines to Lebanon, while. the same fco it. Owned b'ltou.re"ldent. whoaeaireaamcrlflcet ', .' .,' I'
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.. monopoly the railroads\ Yecieve enough' coal was shipped through Lebanon to to Clt._. of .....e*- Sties.. .: ...W: .0 .

L .+ ,:.,::"' .,,, A number of papers Ex-Senator as usual Call for has the for carrying the United States, mail i to I Louisville at a charge of only ft a ton. A. J, L.KW1S. -. -.' .r .. r\\ -".". ., "_ ,'. _.; '1.- ,"I '"-*.,*!l:.I 1y.r:{; J;;, :...._....

I ,'- ,- ",, past ten years when as a candidate pay the cost of running the trains and The railroad company refused to-Com. AT70RNEY-AAW Unimproved Fruit Land!: d"; .NJU;:,{ / .
I" .. ''V entered the political arena still the charges on a letter is only two ply with the order of tile Commissioners ,: .., ; **
all of fun of ; and NOTARY PUBLIC. To-acre tract uearOJunJaultabtV foreltrua "'C;
manner .
'" "" ?I'I' are_ making. .. __. ......... ,*.__. .m,._= cent. The smallest coat of any kind of aud Judge Rlves.bas since been en. fruits or pl"". I>I_. U; sold in entire '..."t':V"A, ., .,
mm. just SUCh roi as L. six cpi express parcel or package is 25 cents.If gaged .in contests before the courts ,Aa_..'the U. S. Fidelity A dasrwKy C..,.fBcltlmor tif per aore. Xeii-nore lot* at%a> per acre,',- ''/
of the State Senator in the Senate at least : years been successful in all of them. A bargain tract end figure ; ,
owned having ,
THE new -4
CORNERSTONE the the Mel. *
people ( government)
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than he otherwise would have heard _. .. ...,. ...p t S- '
longer The twice before the
f' .' laid on Tuesday the express business and railroads we case was Oltlc at corner of Clematis Avenue and NarelMiiiii etj
,. Capitol building waa stayed, and 1 It( persisted In during the could ship a whole crate of pineapplesto Court of Appeals find after submission Htmot ovtm Strohm'n IOtore. l-4-9- Town Property: ( 'Y i : S ,.'
::- of week with appropriate cere. campaign will, give him u vote We.. each.
: this' coming New Vork for as cents. Now we pay la 1900 before the Supreme Court was tP Im '
6-Rootu Ho...., good residence'tract. *
the natives. Call is a new on !
< monies.) Attorney-General Lamar that will surprise love' over $2.25. In oth-r word', the railroad ordered for renrgument and assigned fora i'ttce.ltiOou. :' ;;:,' '-
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Governor Jen. grand old man and the people robbers steal two dollars on every crate day in October last. Judge Rives on TT IV, JJUANNINO JP--A -*,****-- 'S !? .
\ introduced
: .I.. wtia by him. of pineapples shipped, and all other each occasion represented the state by '7-poom' Bou",an attractive, cte_. Prlc i...::,
': Dings, who presided over the ceremonies While we have never been much impressed freight and express in the same way. special employment and naturally feels Counsellor-ttt-Law .i750. ....". _. '" ",",
". with the grandeur of Mr. Call, gratified at his, final success in a contest Attorney sad S. '
: and the General most It the government can ooerate tli :.. .
gave deceived ourselves to Vacant: Iota, Residences on'be.b> .treetA, .,
we have never any mail service, giving first class service,; with some.of the ablest lawyers of the (Ofllce over Bank) Large.Cud small euttagca, lluvinciw' bloqlt. -.-- '
and .t
address his r.J <
appropriate commemorative great extent as to popularity and paying good salaries to 81em\ country. eto. .. '- '. 'I. ..//J't.' ;: ,' .. .,
': .. ,. and historical in Us strength with those to whom Abraham There are yet-on. file In the Marion S ,, !,' ". ""
., of the event the ployea ; if tt can manage and operate 3-16 1901 WEST PALM; B ACn., PLA. Commodt.onsre.idenc.on on* 'lof th* beat .
.' .' Lincoln referred as plain peoole good army and navy and other public Circuit Clerk's office pending;,; trial about oornera and la .,. moat,desirable I niigbbor- J''t,
: purport. And it is a fact that much of that pop- affairs surely it can manage and operatethe one hundred indictments against the """1.. L'-, .,:, ,, .
'r!:," ularity has arisen from the conviction and tel railrortd company' for violating; the w it.. ANN, ,: ;

; t i y f'i..'; ,1L TUB SUN EDITOR has touJ'Jucbcon- that s determined and deliberate effort for cost railways I then express we could go to Jackson-graphs "long and short haul'1 clause. The pen TT.- : \.. On. of,the inthetown.moot couvcnlently located: arranged on at cuetee'rsIdencca ? \. ." "'<:j'" '" :," ,

nuleration for bin readers and too has been made to demean and belittle ville for what It costs to go to WInter alty as fixed by Section Sao of.the ATTORNCY-A 1-LA W. realdenca "treet," convenient 'to 'sohool.i,,y'..: "'.'?(1i.: 1'I

him in the public estimation. Park now. How would you like that ]1 Kentucky Statutes is.from $Ioo to f500 OrBcc-Front *oom,> lUtohitt BuUdtaR. A... D, churahes. depot and biurincBaecnui*. Cheap Ij,.. ,
in amadaliagioK -; 'I"/ '
j': much self-respect to mistaken coarse to aial3o.: f "j 'I'l
; engage That this was a for will .
each offense. These :
I : A telegram could be sent for five cent, cases probably Mlaml/Ptorida. 4-i8-i9 -u> # ." ''If.'',
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; t- --.4" contest with the cowardly pursue was long since made obvious. where it now costs 25 cents B
hirelings. of the corporation sheets I II Wilkinson Call has we believe, losi his would be a$ cents, waere it now term of the Marion Circuit Court., welt located. Price,$ ,_.' J1h'.I'(. '' I ht'l, ; ,",7f"" '

much of the strength that was once &. if.' O. A. WOKLKYt ; ""P,: ..: :.',
S and could custs $2.25. L. coNTgMt: : GI ;'';, : '..
whose policy is ever to villify stock In trade ; but if anything Bulldlnif Lota well located la desLhlc. :"
I The railway companies of this atate "''The :..... : >
contention of the railroad said
crush out Institution .that is renew the old man's political vitalityand it from of tae ,A TTORNEr.A .LA W., neighborhood at $tiuus, $400. $.c: |rjoo" $I cO"" ,I'
any are keeping being one First Vice President Walker Hints '. S
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once more make him the Idol of( and $JIOO: each.Faahionable .:/.'fW, j:" _
', conducted on a broad ground, independent the people and the despair of the politicians richest states in the Union by strangling of the I,. &. N., "was that by reason, of General practIce In HUte and Federal Courts ...,,'; .;;. ', .. '
the and. all he entrusted will receive prompt SOrtfJ .- .; '' .
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/ producer stealing water competition it was compelled to All ulllue. privata boarding house, fnrn.ished ,
owners'seUlih the constant depreciation
would be
: : of their corporate it makes therefore compelling him to nd'l8tf' .and two splendidly located lota overlooking T) '
which certain ; charge the rates, which were objectedto A".. D J8t..t.
and contempt with i Drown Building lake IInd close to poet orHca and, .
and desires. WeS and al..., others from .
interests quit preventing .
ill-advised constantly pursue and' generally that the law would 4 markets. Price W.joo.: -
editor who persona trying to produce. Nearly all Buropean result In practical spoliation. MIAMI. FI.ORlpdH '
have called on the Index him.-Palmetto News. \\4 'I
governments on the railroads ; they "The Supreme Court apparently holds Finest residence '(furnfaffed) property and v..
!h one of the class: we refer to, for a give!; excellent service and the rates there that competition furnishes no valid reason most coramandlnKly located property In "V., .
Decision. .
An Important times than here. F. ATKINSON West Palm: Beach. Splendid: vlewof the" .
boldexplicit statements of fact. lie are many cheaper t. for objecting tn the long and short '
Lake and Last aids front. ?rtce
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responds with more innuendoes, As'will be seen by the Journal's news C II. WELCH, In Orlando Record/ haul provision. The remedy would, be a .- 'u.. ,:{"I .
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columns to-d sy, Attorney-General La- In attacking rates which should be ATTOHHIY-AT-LAW, "l I ? } ..
any io.-' ;
drags!; in "friends" who are said to has won. his fight in the United lleemedunreasonable. Courier- NOTARY PUBLIC. BeantltuI residence site Bear ,front.', ::; ,
mar r. 9 -The 1-rlce $3.1".... t S ,./. ;, ,, '
have tried to do something of which States Supreme Court, in the case of the Robber Rates.In Journal. Louisville, Kv, S MIJLMI FLA. .. ,'S I ? .. ,Ail', 1," ,"''\\1f-.v, ,r
State of Florida vs. the Florida 11-lU-lv New lo-room rcaldenooon bees home street '
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we! are, and were,ignorant,"and talks Central and Peninsular Railroadnow the good old times when knightswere i < in town, near churches: and acuoula: ,It oo, '\, ..I I.
bold and baronS' held their'away,.. 'Vltal's Brand Clotblng-ANTHONY'S ,.,; 'lt \:" .
--- of happening in a the Seaboard Air Line.) ,. ;
mysteriously some ( TADiUM II:. AND tEW )') ,/ ..' .
locate iii
the baron took to
The case i is an important one to the good care | .r Three small tenement cottages,well TW. ,' ':,' v
has not .
.::f town, which THE SUN editor 100al/.Jo' *
I' people of Florida as it gives something feudal stronghold near the highways bl FORT LAUDESUALB LACONICS.!! cased, ,corner tot. i'rice |1._ I/ '.'"* .
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seen in ten or more years. Beating: over 96,000 In back taxes which the travel and history tells us that both ... '. ,"' "

: the bush and stabbing in the dark railroad company will now be compelled knight and baron were wont, occasionally HOTA.tf PUBLIC, Neat little home of five roomi, perch on-t l' "," '
.. The cold did dam
recent wave some '
to down the defenSeless three aidva of honee, plenty of nhade In '
been, In the courts swoop upon ,
accomplishments pot to pay. It has this ProsBUUtlna Attorney ol'Brevard Co., yard, on guodatiect. I nJlOOd neighborhood ,d: ,.,- ,
or from at
.c ure practices merchant, pursuing'his way age place, killing some squashes
for years and on three separate appeal convenient distance front cburcuve, schooL,'} ''*iV'*...._ "
'.r, in 'our line, and we are too old from the circuit court to the state supreme one market town to another with the beans, and some tomatoes that were in FT. PlBUCB AND TlTUSVIU.lt:, FLA.GEO. and depot. Vrice f i,-. :." '11'r.: !:**,;#*Ji ""

has been decided in favor of wares of his trade, and with promptnessand S-iS-lyr '. ;(; :I' 1.1 .
to become proficient, even if we so court spots susceptible: for frost to form. I ;;! III' '
the state. This last decision by the efficacy rob the merchant of such of Double cottage, 14 rooms;OB principal' re"t ll"! ; 'i''
desired. We manly his and chattels seemedto Several barrels of have been deuce Street for JW '!i: '
enjoy an open, United States Supreme Court cods the Rood as pompano M. 1101SD1NS ; rents $ per year l 7,
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) 'k controversy but wt\ despise cowardly caje-and we may add to the supreme them right and proper. And the historian shipped from here recently. .- -S -'>,,:,;:.; ,,, I'

) journalism and life is too short to satisfaction of the people of this state. baa quaintly added that they were E. T. King has begun work On moving Attorney and Coun./ r-at-Law. Double cottage, 14 rooms corner of Olive ,:(,.-,
; careful to take than the
no more
A I In winning; this case for the people very Pern streetS; rents for $adS per year. Price : ;

'). I spend time "throwing: mud" with Attorney-General Lamar Is deserving/ traffic would bear for that the merchant, the old store of Stranahan & Co., from Will practice in Slate and Federal Court.. $'.- ,.\ 'P ...

C I, those who resort to personal abusein congratulation and thanks. When we if robbed of his all, wonld come that where he will erect a large and commodious ,
way no more. ", TITUSVItlJS. FLA. Double Jetrvct. \:"
odds
lieu of gentlemanly open argument. consider the tremendous against building which is much need- '
.i rents for J-i8S per year. 1' "JIoo '1-1:
In these later times we have our barons 1-1)1' __. _
which single handed and alone, be had Vd r ,_1Ju-n ,,, .' I"'IIlf" '<:11Io.
_ influence bold who do not hesitate to take all on account increasing business. \ '
to fight corporation on one for CASK for all of the threei :; ,:.
Special figurea
the lit r D. EATON M. D. cc .
traffic will stand the
band and of legal talent and as case The schooner "Lois" is tied at this 'J '
GIVE UP THE PROOF. a gigantic!; array up i preceding properties to any one wishing ta 14d., ; ,, ,
on the other-the result of the case Is of some of our industries enough, also. place having recently returned from .J.A a make a good iutereat-poylng iaveatment. t. ,", ,
In awhile editor refers kill both traffic and HOMCEOPATHIST. ), ..
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Ewrv once some Industry -5- .. ''iI' .
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t.. the Florida ..I1....... Conimlwilon an awoitliluHN remarkable and the AttorneyGeneral'svictory The rates of on Lake Worth by w"yof the canal, being .5" ,' ,'.. .. '" .
4raf : body and ot no tienpflr. to the is a matter which should excite present exprcsvage WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. T fuc mit Lands: : ,
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fruits and vegetables from this section unable to through of the inlets
get )
people. We know lllut the statement Is the pride of his fellow citizens through- any Renldenc opposite BfetlmdlHt Church. OOlc
tt fluMe and that the Contmlaolon' aavrainoimjr cnt the state. of the State to the Northern markets, it between here and Lake Worth Inlet. Clcim&tlp, Avvnue next toMoMunlu$ Tnmplv. Splendid muck land In one of the moatproaperous j'fg"Z; ;"I' ,
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4 Hun. to rue .people dall"-U..lee There is no reason why a railroad is safe to say are crushing out the life We still have deep water here, and the Office hours 8 to B a-m., 9 to 4 and T to 8 p.nj. DedeCounty.vegetable Choice growing tract: 0ettlementIu at $a, p"r'. $ ','f.j. ;{ ,*, ,4;

1 ,, Tlio, editor of thin paper. Is one of thoneTfferrwd company should not pay taxe'* as well as of every industiy we have. for channels. Sunday U tu 4 1...... acre for cash, Bpeclnl price on timepay- ,, tf?V ;.::1(0(. \ .
The which t>prospects are better te.lal;; liven tiv ninemwn. of nenta, '
industry Ou Attention
i to bytheun.and! wuaJuellevethaC> any one else and we are pleased to note pineapple .___-L..L h) (
the !Sun! <1i>""n't know what It I.. talking that thin is one instance where it has much hope' for future prosperity has A. D. Marshall made a short trip to Women and Children. "

.' :' di about.>m kniiw However wo wilt IH as Kd.:: lilt r will that draw It been demonstrated before the courts been built is the latest !sufferer from Pompano this week.Undoubtedly Palm Baach Water-Front: a: ,

on Iwntork of knowledge and lurnlvh a that an equilization of burdens in this the r.>ter, and something U not done at H.o.. hOOD. M. D.PHY81CI4N ,' BUILDING LOTS between Hotel Hovel .:{;, '. S I
low liiHtHncmt ol whore tho C'ommlniilontiuiflMV re.pectl. good )Jaw as well as common once to stop the extortion, will be entirely the brother/ Danla has Potncinna and Betheada-by-the-Sca Lake' !."* .'
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the): Bun e HHHcrtH d money, It to la rnrhr..I'I\Y: :\ aM," equity.-Pensacola Journal. rained. awakened to realize the situation of our AND SURGEON fronts and also Lake and Ocean frosts, at ,*,;.' ,. :
ahould be These lire strong words but they are tl5 and$<5 per. foot. :
then to cite a few Inatnnrea an --- matrimonial Prom his late ____. "
t remarks -
iuattor.-Jaitper. News. the words of truth and soberness. progress. store WEST PALM -
aav Offloe over Strohm's '
; 4 Tbe request of the esteemed editor of A Harmless Shaft. Unless the people of this county awaketo he reminds ye scribe of some BEACH, Bosldsne near r Royal; ,Folnclana Lake Worth Water-Front: : 3'J,0 ,::/ ,

the Jasper News is complied with, with. After Senator Mallory has more than the facts and demand a redress of noted humorist STUch as Mark Twain aud feet of Lake front adjoining] ontof thai'r ,. (

pleasure. I once declared that he is' heartily in favor their wrongs, the pineapple and vtgetabl Rudyard Kipling. I certainly take Uotel. PALM BEACH. ll-t haadaomeat" Improved properties eu .theLake. -'f\r\/;\,. .,.

The Sun bad a large shipment of I of the Nicasgue canal and has ex. growers will be obliged to discontinue S Can be bought, If taken at once,at a ..1' .'
in him his '
congratulating on b.r.al.l1lUre. '
v printing material from Atlanta among : plained why he voted against the ratification business, as the rates have reached pleasure O B. POTTEK. :M. D., :
k' which was one Universal job press. The' of the late Hay-Pauncefote treaty, such a point that shipping cannot be plausible political ambition, although I 1c. !Mo feet of double frontage' takeand Ocean, ..," 1

rate on this press as stated in the bill of there are some East Florida papers who done. am not .surprised as the wedding bells !beanliful> knoll for building sale, bearinar ,

u ') lading was 94 cents per 100 pounds but mill believe. or rather pretend to believe More than that the rates are deterring have hardly ceased ringing I In hli own 8-23-O8 WEST PALM BEACH. FtJL. coconnut boathouse orange, etc., and near lime valuable' treea, Improved.pl"adld'.y .

.\; when we tendered payment (or the that he is opposed to the scheme. It is woul'1-be settlers: front coming here to allow property' *'. I
I be will me to ___
-- ,\' freight we were informed that we must apparent to every one, (who will Investigate embark In the business.As ears. suppose ,1?. V1A.TTS :M. D. I- '
'r':: pay at the rate of $2 34 per 100 on this the cause) for what purpose the an illustration, one of our principal think that I could do as well as he. even C BUILDING. LOTS.-Lake and Ocean fronUage .", '
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'" increase of The railroad circulated that Senator Malloryis has just recently had an if should be in at l.io and Ito act foot "'-J
;j::;: ; press, an $29. report Is growers experience I a hurry. PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.Tttlegravn D
"':( ::4' : B"ent acknowledged that he thought the opposed to the construction of the thut enforces the truth of the Good .

':' / rate should be 94 cents, but be was Nicaragua canal. statement. delivered nil bourn of th.. day; Hctel: ,

? +.I,r. powerless, he said.I. to protect the bill of Both the senators from'Texas, Charlie lIe has been successful In locating par. and ol&M.U Well located,dotng a nice buolnetw apleadidly ,.
; : voted did ties here and has with Miami Property for Sale. equipped. with modern ...nnnle........ ..
: : lading\ as the press had been (after the Culbersoo and Joe Bailey as correspondence,: q.IQO FORT PIERCB. Fla :I
1> issued and two ot others from the North, with Prosperous community and finest trait pro.: '.f,
bill of lading was ) inspected by Senator Mallory they are every prospect
: '" City lot, improved aud unimproved ducing lerrttory the Bat (;011"-.- Write 't-
an agent of the Southern Inspection the leading Democrats in the Senate and of finding locations for many other ': for terms and particular

;.. ". I, Weighing/ Bureau!, aud the freight rate both have always favored, an Isthmian As an instance of how our section is being ranging, iu price front |4O to $3,000. T.D.. 1IROWN., .

; increased. We immediately appealed canal. robbed of good settlers, ha relates Some of these properties are veritable ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Indian River Property: '.' 1
Rallroail Commission and that the amended treaty is that he has been in communication with -
S f ,( to the as soon Bailey says bargains at the figure!: that will buy them .
Plan and
1. AI as Chairman Day quoted the law we not as good as the original and since he parties in the State of Indiana and they spealdeatlonepreparcdJobbing Melbourne wa tots,.boarlnc orange,grape: "
:. !: ; were allowed to take out the freight at could get nothing better tban the original / had about concluded to come itnd to embark Apply quick to Box 343 MiamI, Fla. wo given prompt attention. at block frutt. and lemon grove. Also a buineea '

I .1 f the rate stated on the bill of lading. treaty he was not willing\ to take largely In pineapple growing- 71l-If Shop.! on Datnra Street. frantlua'onatreet aud River. i

{ t' H may be that the action of the Cornmiiutioa anything worse. The advocates ol the They requested the grower to send them __ _. ..J S
had no effect. but we are of the late treaty claimed that America ob. a crate of sample pineapples which he mt.' 1I0UGU'l'ON

opinion that we would have been com- tamed from Great Britain a remarkable did. lIe was very careful to obtain the New 4-Room HOUSe Cheap. "OENTOS"IIJLLAND Beautiful Building Lots For Sale. ,

had in tIle late not rate from the city to the town Indiana
pellejl to pay that f 29 over cborge concession treaty con- The Lakeview
,( : .- thf-e been no Commission to appeal to. talned iu the other, namely, the Tight to and to have the amount inserted in the Eight Hundred Dollars will bay a DOCK PHOMB 1. addition to the .,;
bill of lading. The rate, ax, given at the painted and Town of Went Palm Beech isnow
/ Other Instanc.es; ma) he cited, but one is fortify the canal. new 4-room cottage, neatly WElT PALM BRACH.
u' t >'" sufficient. Now what solid advantage has the office here was $zo. When the pine well located. A bargain property; will opened up and platted, fo thai person -

The Florida Railroad Commission/ is United States iu this Kraut, only in apples were received: the fruit gave entire pay 18 per cent on cost, in rentals. Call desiring to '.'
suburban
,; j, more of a necessity today than it ever maintaining the neutrality of the canal ? >atisfaction. and excited the wonder and at Tropical Real Estate Exchange, W. I.Metcaif : T T. ANIEL... secure I I

especially as an arbiter between Senator Mallory believed that the surprise of all who paw it. But the Manager. 89tf. Ai. residence Iota, every one covered .,'I I'

t << .,'" 'S'. ; shipper was and carrier. It Is now clothed United States should have exclusive con. prices charged by the express company DENTIST with a splendid growth of young

r '\ '. J'${, with ample power to protect the people trol of the canal if she desired to have at the receiving office was so great that COCOA.JlfDIA1If BITBB.FLOH1UA.IMMK. trees, can do to at. very reasoaablo
from the parties there saw the futility of "
commercial advantages theme try.
discrimination, and if us earll -
'- ,..1 '.'" p1'::. a\laint"icr: '.. ave not utilized it 1st! the fault of greater of it,, than other nations: that she lag to ship fruit under such rales and ICOTICE,FOR PUBLICATION.OKPAHTHCKT CE gure.This. .;';
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abandoned their intention of to MOSES splendidly laid-out addition :
ihcmselver.and not of the Coni- should own the canal unconditionally coming W.ALL
ui, 44fu shippers Florida. They were called to orrita IMTBHIOK. ) just. south. of }
strengthen her upon pay town be
to
mission Gniueivllie Sun. if she desired power ,LAUD Omen AV UAiHKnyii.is, VI.A.} Suootitor Jo A. W Robert can not ..urpalled -
r; and If the would the enormous sum of .2S for ex presage ,
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!Is witboutques- as a nation; treaty J n i3l; ui.j in location aud very Boon
TheComininsIon
: ;y the Unitett States from securing on the crate of pines. REAL ESTATE.AHO INSURANCE
prevent i ,
Notice hereby (irlren that the following Im-clagg. streets will be
.I tion, an absolute necessity to ship these advantages Mr. Mallory was opposed Another Instance occurred during the .",ned writer has filed notina of h<" intention Agent for Went Palm Beach Towa grAded
THE TROPICAL SUN hnsalwnya to our ?overDment'a spending holidays, when a gentleman! of this city 1'.make Hu.l urao' in npnnrt ul his cliii,,,.saul ) west' Palm Beach: Water Worka.Lola also ADd everything necessary supplied
pers. ordered a box of for a gift to that luiil proof will be nun la before John B. to make It
millions millions in an enterprisethat oranges : NOT Alt If PUBLIC. the most desirable home
held out the Idea tnafcnproper upon: Rellly, V. B. Comtnlmloner at west Pslin, j Clematla ... I
and in Boston. The Arenne near OltFallt. ..
charges "
hoped was calculated to benefit other parties express Roach, Fla.. on Pebumry 04 1903 visi Prank 11.1J 1-11101 section. on the West Side of Lake
'. showing on the part of producers nations as much as our*. I If paid at this end of the route, would W.le., a ".. .I.ee for the defined of James C.: _WeatFalui Beach. Florida. Worth.
'1> right and have been $''.40. high enough in all con, Kln'!.y. dcn'd Kcntiine, Via., ltd.abgu far In. .
i.,, ,, wns all\ that was necessary" tow I I has Senator always.Mallory been right was in exactly every national science. By some luadvertanue the ex Low 4 n>> Si S* .* and Lot a, Sec a/, T p.40 a* Q.EOHOB O.CIVIL. itUTLEIf: Coma early and get your choice .II ,

insure relief from Imposition. ; but the I Ik 'nieasnre where be lisa represented'' his press charges were not paid and the II. nnn. >.. th. following witnesses to prove ENGINEERAND n lot.. while prices are low. .

: hare acted in state in either bou e of Congress. I box was sent collect. The charges at Mil nontl..uo" rwii reAultill I I This report DEPUTY COUHTY
S" Noah Ion of SURVEYOR
k .Ii this (den and until tuna 5. ** ,ai.ptrne. Fla..
with declined
: line! to
to dimagc: bill chances for reelection to receivers very properly pay. I Flank. ; )McCnnly., of Neptune, FU., William FOR DADE
:: .,tv't.;< are announced we tire 'forced! to suspend the United States Senate But it is a I Too much stress cannot. be laid on the Lamb. of Neptune, Vis. Loe.ol Agentforthef.a,4 Departal..t COUNTY 01 tb. :

.i l. j utlgement., ( harmless shaft and will do hint no more situation. If these charges art to be,I .-.,6t W. O. HOBINSOX, HegUUr. j r. a. c. .... I'OJolPANO -'1.4. a-i.iqo. Office Tropical Sun Block,


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PUTNAM COUNTY TRAGEDY. ENDED LIFE: WITH OPIATES. SUGAR FROM EVERGLADES
DEAlijlURKED"N'Ij ; I DRIFTED FOR 17 DAYS I "LORD BERESFORD"AGAINJHJHE ,

Robert Adams Shoots Klah Jonas at Prominent Cotton Merchant of Savannah Company tn Drain Swampy Section of

I.a Country 8tore CAPSIZED BOAT Suloldes at Hotel Jackson TOILS Florida.: d
COLLISION I OF TRAINS ON A
;" : ,J, ( >TCatonto, Oa.,, Jan. 11.-:Robert Ad. Atlanta, Jan. 13.-R. H. Turner a 1 Tallahassee, Jan. IS.-Oreat Interest -

". ,,'fl." yl." :' : I.. .W" ','' ,ttool'i aroo shot and killed Klah Jones,,, Thurs ---- cotton merchant of Savannah and a Is being taken throughout this

; t "'., ;J.t.1rdjHght'Wfe: \ : '; \ ; k on Southern: da|?. ernoon neat Splvey postofllce, Awful Experience of Captain): member: of one of the most prominent Held at Boston by Order of stats In the operations nd plans of a
i p6r; ;
... ', tn,1slm, eastern portion of this countyItraijDears'that families in south found Into
.' : ; ". ,i'' ,( I Georgia, was a new corporation just gating
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!\tJ.( i ;.. f.j' (' i".tRe. ves StationQa."V l In the early. part of Olsen' and a Companion, dead! in a room at the Jackson hotel Arkansas Authorities. working shape, which proposes to

c'r ( I ; i. J.Ii .' : ". the day Klah Jones had a' difficult; I yesterday morning. rain the submerged lands known as
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, ,\. ., \9 ,V;,)'," .' I ,wIth| Calhoun Adams, a younger broth He had taken morphine and the ver- of Florida and convert -
DRINK the Everglades
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,: :,/, I t ? ,faNatNE.ItR! CRUSHED TO- DBATIiiKv WEEKS WITHOUT FOOD OR CHARGED WITH GRAND LARCENY r
er of Robert's, In which Calhoun was diet that he
of the
i: : : ''I.i: coroner's! jury was them into the greatest sugar producing
.. { r','c'*, ,' '',",,' / ; !}.' knocked down and otherwise badly!; had taken the poison with suicidal In territory In the world. The '

j.' !dry"ll'\. ',"''an::: / ,At a bedltQ' One'"Tratn: Was M.dama.i treated by Jones I i hla superior In ale On the Fourteenth Day Wallace''. tent Sidney Latelles, Alias Lord Beret jkompany: Will have a capital stock of
.
? :t ;. :: .I Nordloa's\ Previte Car, and the Fa. and physical strength. This happened Strength Gave Out and He Sank I Turner came to Atlanta about a fort), le Known to the Police of $5,000,003, divided Into 60,000 shares
i t 1 1,, ',. ;I' 1 on the Adams' plantation, near week ago. lIe registered at the Jackson .. each which is being -
"i 1 ,: ,i mour'Slnpsf Was Thrown from.Hei Beneath the Wavea-Olsen, Wai. Thr Continents and Has ServeiTerrr / of $100 now rapIdly
.
\, ,j Long Shoals factory. la the after hotel on Jan. 3 and gave his address subscribed.The .

" jf:," 'Berth 'and, Severely', Injured! noon all three of the parties happenoi, Finally Picked Up. as "Georgia." He appeared to >* In Two Stats Prlaona.. territory in which the company

'\'J If'il'; '11'f to meet at a country store a few mile.: be drinking, but acted In a Quiet and Boston Jan. 10. comprises about 800,000
i ; i Reeves. *,Stiaito'n, Ga., Jam IS. -Ai Santa Barbara, Cal, Jan. 14.-r" -The police hen will operate
from
.J.i.: rllyr/09' w the result, ot a wreck on the ftouthertatlw the scene of the morjlng's? dlffl Adrift on a capsized boat In the Pa' unobtrusive manner. Lave captured Sidney Lascelltis, I a acres of land In the southeastern portion

'P.Jl //ij \ talrvayo early yesterday I'morhine al culty where the trouble w renewed, without food 011 The body was sent .Savannah today noted swindler, said to be known tithe ,( of Florida acquired', ; purchase
,: ; ': ; clflo ocean IT days
frl. "" In the melee it is stated that Jonei in response to telegrams from relatives. elevated basin
Ws' polled of three continents as Lon! from the state. It la an
,, place Engineer experience1 of
Frank Tracey terrible
was drink the
q' was <<
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.; i.; drew a pistol and td shoo .
attempted
Bereatrrd. the Atlantic bya
He from ocean
: 'Instantly klllvd Mm Nordica tho fa and Pete Wallace Is held on roquest ot separated
1, :;.'\ k':1.: : Captain Harry Olsen)
< : Calhoun, whereupon Adarnu shot ,and, Whether the man while under the tho authorities of Hot Ark, ridge of limestone, being an average .
'
\ Springs
Yl '. t;: "J "( .J00\18\ Blnjer, was injured' ;! E, Rr Sim killed two crab flshermen..nd\tut:\ one influence ,
Jones. of drink took morphine to
"I When arrested he the of 3 miles from tidewater.
'' ;' ., toni pianist for Mme. Nonlica., SUB lives to tell the story of their ter'!ribltsufferings gave name o
: Jones( had been released from the< produce sleep and took an overdose, or Robert Leonard, but when shown hiD The Everglade basin la !filled witha
: ,tallied a badly bruised hand; Guy,Con, Olsen was picked up blArthuJ
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'''' ry ,( state aaylom) few months lIe'< whether he deliberately committed suicide .
only a
photograph ot extreme fertility and product.livenese
from the hi soil
police gallery
,
4' 't, beyond
:
: a.' :L wally, engineer of the freight bruised; Valdex, ,a fisherman, just c
having been insane and will be known but theCoroner's
; adjudged sen never ; admitted he was Lascellea. He has being composed of drift or
,., ?;s' ''J, George'Florence, conductor of the pas. the Kelp oft Qoleta. He' was ,
there for confinement last His believed from the evidence
jury
:year. been known under atlases be alluvium mixed with decayed :vegetable
many
} badly by more-dead than alive but was able to
> Meager, bruised falling in hit ,
1
r {, : untimely fate is not a surprise to those< and the surrcfandings that he aides !Lord Beresford among them be matter and Is generally underlaid ,

4'1.f.' ... caf, ;; .Ed Lewis'negro fireman, injured who knew him, for he was known to< toll staunch ot.the wreck ot his schooner boat, the which Belle, bad taken his own life In a fit of daupondency. Ing Sir Henry Vane, R N.. and Lori I by; a deposit of marl, a source of much
No. ,
Train 9 mixed a gasoline '
was a passenger
: 1.r} be unbalanced and dangerous Hla. release Clbude, and corrective of acidity. tr'tl.
Courtney, R. Lascelles and fortuity a
{ ''fq i he and Wallace used In cruising aboui .
And freight, leaving Atlanta for Chattanooga
) !!;!Ii';!! from the, asylum is considerei James B. Lascellos The charge>
;""t J)4s"' at; 11:30: and arriving at premature* and unfortunate. the fishing grounds. $14,000 FIRE AT ALBANY. against him in Hot Springs Is the tar Hotel Open This Week.
:' ': Xteeves Station at 3:30.: Engineer Tra. Olsen and Wallace were residents ot
'. Adams came to town and surrendered teny In 1891 of $1,200 from Lyman J. Jacksonville, Fla., Jan.. IS.---This
I i';' .; ':' cey .had orders, tomeet height No. DC to the officers. San' Pedro and left the port IT days Two Factories and Much Valuable Hay, proprietor of the Arlington ho week will be an Important for
at Reeves. a.n extra freight waa on tgo. While cruising several mules
i.. Florida,-as all of the magnificent hos-
!; 0" I -passengei
: : which
Ji' PUBLIC BUILDING. Is telrles not already opened e''
, ( MACON'S said that Lnacelles as Lon
passed .and the engineer thought the sea rose and capsized their craft Albany, Ga., Jan. 14.-Fire destroyed the state famous and which
Beresfcrd from wltl make
'! ",t. ..-. track 'Was clear. The passenger: wall Petition With 20,000 Names to Be Preanted Clinging to the capsized boat, without the large frame building Just beyond the daughter eloped of an American Algiers millionaire draw visitors from all over the world,
'' met. food 'or water, they drifted, sutferlni the northern limits of the city "
: miles hour when it
making
.d/ ; 4Q an their doors. The hotels
will
/ to Congres who:after learning of the man'icharacter open
l Wai !art night, which contained the valuable
i the regular freight No. $5 a sharp tortures Oil: the fourteenth day
>.. va been, filled with
w Macon<; Go, JMU. 11,- 'A petition l III< lace's strength gave out, and crazed and machinery of the Albany bucket secured a divorce. He has that have already
c-urve'a'mile north Hneves
, of; served terms In New York and In Oeor guests, while they are splendidly
"' Tbe'twe'ehginea', Into each : being prepared to be sent to Congress starving, he slid off the boat and die. factory and the Albany canning fan I
" plunged I IrAn Bartlett and Senator Bacon In i gin for swindling and forgery. It III equipped, are not, with the exceptionof
under the waters. For three tory.
other In an'lnlitant after came InI appeared : rankas
they Maid Is the husband of the Tampa Bay of the same
Washington to ask congress to appropriate -The machinery for the manufacture io now a
days longer Olsen held on and was
4 .. 'eight Engineer Tracey, of the pasenger erection of wealthy woman of Providence the Ponce de Leon, the Royal Poln-
$500,000 for the i a young
j / finally rescued, half dead from exhaus of buckets had not been In use for several
leaped, but he was caught be1" the Royal Palm, the Colonialor
';\M ; government building) in Macon and tor: be and the building was leased ILL clana.
that
years
tton, by Valdez. It Is thoUght
tween two freight care and crushed to the Ormond. All of these hotels
"
timake
the purpose of asking congress + his Morris Wesloaky, who had fitted Kn
will from the effects of I1Y
? ; death The engineer and fireman of recover will be In full operation on the 15th,
)I'i> Macon a port of entry, the pros terribleexperience. ;> with a modern canning outfit. Ali SHOT WIFE THROUGH HEART.
'l the freight escaped by jumping and ent government building to be turn, tho machinery In the building was destroyed and the prospects are that they will

:--jjHUliysd bad bruises. The engines Policeman Does Murderou te thronged with visitors during the
officials. Brooklyn
over to the customs TEXAS BANKER IN TROUBLE together with a large stock
\ 'were total wrecks and a dozen cart which extends throughto
.t ( t-ntlre season,
: Such men as McEwen Johnston am of canned fruits and vegetables.The Work With Pistol.
& d'Jt.) were destroyed., ._ work the. matter ApriL Tb' Tampa Bay at Tampa 4
: W. B. Sparks are at on Arrested on Charge of Forging $29,00( building and bucket machinery New York Jan. 14.-William P. En

I ty':: Mme,Nordlca'a private car, "B'runn- and.!it Is more than probable tha Worth of Notes wee the property of the Commercial nee, a Brooklyn policeman, shot and, opened Saturday. 7 k

d: hllde," wan attached to the rear of thepasaenger the movement wtll.be successful. Th< Kansas City. Mo., Jan. 14.-J. P bank. The loss on machinery, stocl killed his wife and her mother, Mn .
'
.! She filled an engagement McNamea Get. Big Damages
train.
,: .. 1t. "w : had petition to ba'presented to congress Withers, president of the America and building will reach $13,000 to $14 Magee at Mrs. Magee'a home early today -

..' .."." / ID Atlanta Saturday night will contain something like 20,001 National bank of Beaumont, Tex., until (000.. It IB covered by insurance die Ennis escaped. Tampa, Fla., Jan. 10.-The Jury: In
( "i : and left bat day for: Nashville. and Influentla the circuit court here has rendered a
names, and prominent fror
;r t recently Is at the Midland hotel trlbuted among local agencies.RAZOR The policeman had separated
," ,\>i. She sustained a badly bruised shoulder men In all sections of the United of United States his wife and bad refused to suppor verdict) In favor of Robert McNamee,
In the
'//II.1w \\ ;' and the muscles of the neck were. States will be asked to aid the movement marshal,custody who placed a him under arrest AT NEGROES' DANCE.! her, and she had him arrested recent tormev editor ot the Jacksonville News
trained. There were two other Pullmans against John Denham, ?
; : now defunct
; last Saturday jipon a charge of forger ly. He went to the house today and
the wrecked train. All ol of the Pensacola Press,
on the publisher
.I'
.. : and Frollo N.ar Savannah Ends With Lou When admittance was refused him he
worth of notes
of about $29,000
s",'"'..i:1 I : i4i.J.'' .:, them including I Mm..:,. ".",ordlca'. cur,,, WOMAN TAKES PART", IN A FIGHT $9,000 worth of 'stock of the First Va .of Life. drew hIs revolver and putting bls tor $iu,000 damages for libel. This
,' sent the Wiatern and At the in which The Press, during
case
were over was
.,.'., ; ; tlonal bank at Howe. Savannah, Ga.,Jan. 13.-The negroes shoulder to the door buret it In. He
f ,lantlc road to-Chattanooga. the removal campaign, pub-
capital
: Mrs. Emrlch Trying to Save Husband'a
,; His arrest here was upon a warrant it Sunnyslde the formec government ran up stairs to his wife's bedroom accusing Mr. Me-
,. Life, I. Fired At. and fired one shot at her, which piers I'ahed an article
KILLED TWO INJURED. Issued by the United States commie hospital site south of the city Names of leading the grand march at
EIGHT Columbus. On., Jan. 11.-Albert Em sloner In Beaumont. The arrest has I la called had a hot supper Saturday ed her heart. Her mother, who had the Jacksonville roof garden, arrayed ? 'r

aria' Collides I With Freight rich a Jewish merchant on Nineteenth been kept secret because Withers bat right At an early hour yesterday heard the uproar, ran to Mrs. Ennle as Mephistopheles, In company with di

PgjjeftjierTraln.:. ..- street, and Will Price, a negro mat been trying to adjust matters at :Beau morning things began to get rowdy room. Ennis fired one shot at her and some notorious woman. ,

on ROCK' nu rto """;";" .. ll(>liLiifcWiBr).t. involved 1Q dispute moat by telegraph. Marshal Durham Some one blew out the light. mortally wounded her. He then let --

Chicago, Jan. 13.-A message to over an acrountiNtt, !a former's store. left town Immediately after Withers Willie Butler bad his eye on .Rad the house declaring that lie would kll Florida's Finance

,',, General Manager Hltt of the Roc: Price reached for his pistol T344 | arrest for Joplin, where federal court Baker and made one swipe at the latter himself. Jacksonville Fla., Jan. 14.-The

,ylr t:, i:;,: .Itlanil railroad, states that a passenger merchant seized him and cried for I. ru'IflSIeloaJ! his deputies taking the with his razor" as' the light went financial affairs of Florida are In avery
ji' ) train ran Into a construction train wife running to the tor keeping the arrest cut. WOMAN FIRES FATAL SHOT.
1 :. ....'1, help. HI came reIlPonslb u, gratifying condition. The governor
44, .h.... today killing two and Injuring eight. scene but before she could get the secret. 'The blow severed Bakers Jugular has announced that the report tl

411 < The collision' occurred at O'Keene,, weapon from the negro's hand It wag Mr. Withers Is reglstertV1 at the hotel vein' and h* bled to death. The detectives Young Chattanoogan Receive Bullet made to him by the ccmptroller was of

.'' I Ohio. A misplaced' switch Is believed seized by Price's Wife! who fired three as "John P. Withers au &.one: caught Butler without any trou Through Lung. such a favorable character: that he has ,

1 I I to have caused the wrack, shots point blank at the lady. None "" ble., Chattanooga, Tenn., Jan. 13.-FOB. decided to reduce the tax rate for all

sat, :::. ,yr The dead: of the.ahotll struck Mrs. Emrlch. Both PASSED CENTURY MARK. rer Spencer, son of Councilman E. O state purposes from 8 mills to 2%

,! :!it ,'. ,, H*' K. Baer., Wichita, Kaa. negroes then disappeared from the BU 3 R BANK BURGLARIZED. Spencer, was shot through the left mills. And that the reduction Is made

'& '! :.if.J. ;. ', E. A. Colby, GaIn:, Ka. i scene. The police are now lookingfor : Peter Lee Dying' In New Jersey at ,,,- lung and fatally wounded by Mrs In the face of the fact that the appropriations

f"" ;: Th. Injured: : : them. Age of 107 Years. obb.n D'namlte It. J a.t $2,000 Belle Burton. for the two years follow.

..... i, ;:;:" ''?-A. J. Peach shoulder and hip I Price is a well known Republicanand New York, Jan. 14.-Peter, Lee who Cash. Spencer had been drinking. He had Ing 1901 amount to $320.000 more than

": ;: : Is a eon of Professor Price a negro has been in the employ of the Stevens ban0'; been courting a girl who formerly for the pervious two years.

,, :, !' \ Kimberly, bruised about I II : schoolteacher\ family, of Castle Point. Hoboken, N. Macon G*.. Jan. 14.-The lved with Mrs. Burton, but without W

I ';:'('< ';>' body. I J., upward of 100 rears Is dying at Butler was burglarized last night, the bis' kn dge. the girt bad left the Kidnaped Negro Prisoner.Knoxvllle .

,1.0.. Cecil Herring, slightly Injured. I KILLED AS HE SLEPT. Castle Point. robbers using dynamite upon the large ti '- Jan. 14.-A special to The

':" 'im ,V I{ Ire' J, J. Heppler, cut on head.Jo'e I The date of his birth Is somewhat safe Inside the vault. The doors of Burton hom ''''' Ir 4. house after Sentinel from Bristol, Tenn., says:

I :: l5r' 'trt.f:.' .. Collins, slightly Injured. Lon, Colson Accidentally Shot By His uncertain, but it was probably In 1795 the vault were opened with sledge Going to the Burt demanttv. .........".. admit Kidnapers entered the Bristol Va., jail
Spencer
1?4., 1" ,, r'1-I !-:";"' :' ,, E? B. Hoop slightly knee injured.fractured. Wife at Elberton, Ga. o'r 1796. He was'born In Hoboken, of hammers. The shock of the explosion tance Midnight to see the girl. He was to-". she....,. at midnight and forcibly took Will s
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":) ": : '.i C. BL Talaey, bruised.cap Elberton. Ga., Jan. 11.-Lon' Colson, slave parents, the property of Colonel awakened the residents of the town. was not there. He persisted and kfcTP"rd ( _.King I a negro prisoner, across the I ,

,",, flr Yeaton, face i who lived ou the edge of Elberton, John Stevens. He became free In the The burglars escaped. Two thousand the door open. sta\"Nvi'.. line Into Tennesse, turning him

'j,\. ;." 'Afrrayrat Knoxville. was shot ..and Instantly killed while course of years; but only once was he iollars In cash was taken, the largest The'Burton woman raised up In bed, over tu vJW8toI._.VB Tenn., policemen. King,

Shooting hour asleep in bed by his wife. separated from the Stevens family. He amount that has been in the safe In took: deliberate aim with a pistol and it ischarg...: .assaulted a 12-year-old
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13.-At early
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Knoxvllle Jan. The receivson
; declares he remembers the general weeks. ..ut. negro
and not many shot Spencer through his left lung
a Cruze shot She heard a noise outside ot O. 11' But.j" +
Policeman .
this morning mourning for the death of George ,the face In resist.
LIP
4 disturb. her husband, who ed knife wound : -Jr I
and perhaps fatally wounded Lon and wishing to a "' father and -
in December 1799. He qua
Washington After the Mountain Dew Makers.Blalravllle .
LOVING CUP FOR SCHLEY.
Ale Nelson. Cruze was returning was lit, took his pistol and went out ing capture. by the b.., ...
recall the steam ..
days preceding
can Ga., Jan. 14.-Deputy
;q" nome,? from the police station when to Investigate the noise.In some On way her discharged return -- navigation, when horse boats furnished Selector: A. J. Spence and Deputy Mar. People of Knoxvllle Will Present Admiral others. 't'-.. "
the-pistol was
he claims, be was fired upon, and on advanced method of transportation .
the moat
ihala W. L. Bowliag and J. B. John. With One.
he found the Nelsons, the ball entering the left side Fir Destroy Courthouse. ,
; investigation held across the Hudson river ion are destroying the Christmas stills Knoxvllle Jar.. 11.-It hall been de- :' ...
;' with. some other meh, on a nearby, near the heart. An Inquest was Westvllle Fla., Jan. .-Ta. court ... ,
of the jury was accidental In this section. A few days ago they :tided to present Admiral Schley a all "'
corner. A difficulty ensued in which and the verdict house, with the record except .. ...
\ Lack of. Funds Close Schools 'ound and destroyed two large distilMIPS '
i landaome gold and silver loving cup II!
Cruze'shot the two Nelsons. Cruze refuse homicide. those in safe, was burned last night.
Chicago. Jan. 14.-For the first time \( near this place. Five men escaped m the occasion of his visit here Feb. '
that the fire of incendiary
'P1e,1 : to make a statement It Is alleged It Is thought was r
.
Remarkable Feat. In more than 30 years Chicago's night from one and four from the othsr. 5\ and 6.
; that an attempt was made to 'Fritlght Car'a origin. Steps are being to
schools are closed temporarily at least The officers are now looking after An elaborate program Is being artinged. r
assassinate him.. several months ago. Carrollton Ga., Jan. 14.-A northbound Yen to apprehend the supposed crim
freight train running I It Is also a serious question If the thp: distillers In Towns and Rabun. Col- Including a visit to the birth- inal. All the surrounding property

Z through day schools can be kept open during ''to, tor Spence Is a terror to the menebo place and early home of Admiral Far- f
Liberty W..* of Short Duration. from Griffin to Chattanooga performed was saved by heroic efforts of the cltl-
/ the regular ten months. This condition make the mountain dew. agut here. Admiral Senior has writ.
Is the third fire In tills y.
This
San :Francisco, Jan. 13.-Frank Holt, a ,most unusual feat Is the result of low condition of en tho chamber of commerce that he town within three months 'V L'J+
who The train which la
prisoner escaped night ,
e the military Saturday be city's finances. The average attendance Nw Lod, a of Pythlana Formed. vlll make daylight trips between the
'from Alcatra Island on Saturday by due here early, In She morning, was
at the night schools has been Elberton Ga., Jan. 13.-on the even- different cities which he la to visit onJs New Incorporated.
Company
concealing himself In a box which waa almost a day In.te. At Martin's track,
brought to this city on the steamer 3 miles below here a car la the middle 4,471 and It was estimated that the ng of the 9th Z. B. Rogers, with a tour, going from Chicago to Louisrllle Tallahassee JL 43-Letters patent SLate
m attendance this year: would have been.i.BOO team from Granite City lodge.Knights Jan. 28, Louisville to Nashville been granteJ\Vr the Incorporation t
McDowell, la 1 again In custody. He got of the 'song train appear to have
and that 200 teachers would have ot Pythias, organised a new. lodge at ran. 31, Nashville to Knoxvllle Feb. of the Davis 't&mmerclal coiv
under It
out of the box on the vessel, saluted ball one set of the trucks
+ ra,, he officer of the deck when he landed lump the track. They remained off undiscovered been employed In the 20 schools plan Washington Go, under very promise 4 I I and Knoxville to Washington Feb..T.: pany at Tampa, with a capital of $$/ '

obtained $2 from a stranger when he until they struck the Dixie ned to be opened Th cost would be ng auspices. Grand Chancellor Hooper 000, to conduct the business of buying

told his story, rented a room and.was street crossing In this city. Here they approximately $60,000.Old who was expected to be present, Botha's Narrow Escape. and selling at wholesale and retail
prevented on account of sickness Londdn, Jan. 14.-Lord Kitchener; real and personal
merchandise
: trreated the first time be ventured remounted the rails, after having run vas property.
;' out. nearly 3 rr.flea on the flanges ot the Custom Official Expire. The lodge Is numbered 139 and Is onef In a dispatch from Johannesburg The Incorporators are W. D., A. : KR.

n a.y.' rail and crosstles. The train came up i San Francisco Jan. 14...-B. B. Jerome \ the many organlaed under Mr, dated Monday, Jan. 13, reports the nar- and B. B. Davis.

{ Clash Was Not Serious. to; the station here all right I chief clerk and assistant custodian Jooper'a administration.Forest row escape of General Botha from cap- -

t In the United States customs ure by General Bruce-Hamilton. Hear. Fir. at Montleello. f' re ,
Jan. 13.Secretary
Washington cable Lost Barn and Mule.. louse at this port died at his homen Fire Are Raging. ng of a concentration of Boera at Monticello, Fla., Jan. 13.-The electric
following
Long' received Commander the Edward D. ii Zebulon. Ga.. Jan ......J. M. Blade, Oakland early today of pneumonia.lIe Brunswick Ga., Jan. 14.-Reports Cnapdar, Bruce Hamilton went to the plaut owned and operated by Jno.

gram' from served 34 years In the customs ser- rom travelers are that destructive pot, but; only to find the :Boers had bf. Henry haa hen entirely consumedby

;v Barry ot the gunboat Ylcksburg, in a prominent citizen and farmer, wnose rice at this port and personally transacted meet fires are burning the woods between been given the alarm and that 400 of fire, a* wellrai an adjoining build.

ancwcr to the department's Inquiry farm' la about 4 miles from here, aufered a large part of the business of here and Savannah making hem were trekking three miles distant tag used as a orkshop and coffin .,
recently reported clash loss of hla barn and hU entire i
!d' regarding the the eJ.!.a office. He waa- a veteran of the ravel disagreeable and destroying with Colonel'Botha in a Cape cart repository and owned by Mr .Henry.
sailors of the'Vicksburg of fodder and forage, I '
between
f. at KIll Chwang crop corn civil: war. For years he waa president zany: trees. Night before last En- eadlng. Bruce Hamilton chased the The loss Is estimated at about $3,000,
mules
Russian soldiers: "Ylug with four good and
and together of the at the Reliance Wheel club. (;sneer Flint discovered the trestle> at loer for seven miles, until his horses with tko Insurance. iNI

} Kan no date). Secretary NavyWssbington one horse, by fire. The'origin i tarrlngtoa afire and put It out. In the rave; out, and captured '32 :Boers and I .
The total loss Is
Nothing serious; creworderly Is unknown. Name Arbor Day.
: Ire 'I Trial Set for Next Week. Igeecbee and other swamps the flames luantltles of ammunition and stock. Jennings '
with $800 Insurance In the 13. Governor JennlngK y ;
_Barry/ /11,600, Tallahassee, Jan. -
New York. Jan. 14.-Albert T. Pat. haye good headway and are burning
Assurance
Commercial Union company. has Issued a proclamation designating ,
t ; ick ho la to be tried next week on eat> and'west. American Soldier Executed
{ recently moved toebulon. r ,
Middleweight to FightSan Mr. Slade had : Friday, Feb. T, a* Arbor day,
of murdering William Washington Jan. 14.-The war department
the charge
,
Francisco, Jan. 13._Jack Root, ? Start and recommending that on that day ,, .
ifarsn Rice waa brought before JusIce Cotton Mills Soon. has been advised of the exicutlon .
who will fight throughout the state plant ,
the people
the Chicago pugilist the middleweight Black Moonshiners Taken. : Beach in special term of the sutireme Gainesville.. Ga., Jan. 14.-The of Phlnas FouU: late corporal ornamental treea and shrubs 't' ,

George Gardner .for 31 In the San' Washington: Ga., Jan. 11.-The deputy court on an adjourned writ of talnesvllle cotton, mills, formerly the of company K, Nineteenth Infantry: at -. '1.11.:'oI-m* '

y championship on Jan. baa arrived In'' revenue collector and Mr. Stalnacer labeas corpus obtained In December resta mills of Charleston 8. C., wUl zebu, P. I., on tho morning of Jan. 3, Jennings Offers Reward ., :,i ,;

Francisco / Netlc club, of agreement of Augusta, captured two stills I ijr his counsel. It waa arranged that .tat up about Feb. 1. All of the ma- 1902. FouU was convicted of the will. Tallahassee, Jan. 10.-Governor Jennlaga -

this city and the artUles will train In two negroes and soveral hundred gal. ,, His trial would begin Jan. 13, but It h'nery has arrived and the last of It 'ul' murder of a native girl In the Phil. has offered a reward of $100 for '

tt't have been al<
Alameda and Gardner ion Cross Roads. One of the negroes Monday. Inning operation. has been caused Johnsca, charged with killing J. D. .

.+' near Colema._ escaped! and the other was carried to iy the failure to get the engine for. Fall River Weaver. Quit Raaterlln' at Newberry, Alacb.ua county J'J'the :

Augusta I Pearce Get Ten Year the plant in, time. Fall River Mass., Jan. 14.In accordance I
Traveling Man Held Up and Robbed. ,I Raleigh Jan. 14.-oratton Pearce with a vote taken last Friday -

Chattanooga, Jan. 13.-I.. L. Swain. Rev. David Shaver Dead. the negro who at Wilmington shot and Open Deals With Phillip Closed. light the dissatisfied weavers of Saga- Florida Poto<" *.. 1 "'

r a traveling salesman, was held here up on* Augusta. Oa., Jan. 14vi-The Rev. David dlled aged Joe King, another negro Chicago Jan 14,-..A notice waa post- nore cotton mill 210.1 to the number Washington, Jan. 13.-A new post- ,t '.,
principal residence street ea1"o.Ay In and who was tried of the board of trade 01 140 struck yesterday, and at noon established at Hlnes
a Shaver, D. D., one of the oldeat3aptlit it night a yard ed at the opening office has been :
r last night br two men 'with pistols. preachers in Georgia died lost tee murder In the first degree, escapesslth oday calling for the closing of all all departments of the mill shut down. Alachua. county, Fla. Cicero A. Neat

? Forty dollar In money and a gold; night at the home o( his ion, David a 10-year sentence for murder la opeD deals with George H Phillips, rhe weavers object to the length of bos been appointed postmaster of this ;:;1 ,

watch wars taken. Th robbers .s- Shaver, Jr. the second degree. j tile former, "corn Sdng.." Ule cut Of cloth. 1cA. r '

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a THE TROPICAL SUN, WBtfT> PALM B&AOH; FT.b1tIDA, VBX0AT) JANUARY .17, 1905. ,,, '

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THE SOUTH IN CONGRESS ROOSEVELT.--AND-- HANNA. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Private School. .AAAAA :; LB.D., 1'T'MP.BL 1"r >lJ"u-. )t3fxJ Int>u.t rfitn, ,t .} opAt '\(\,\. ,..j.

I .,a..U".Ir: aepr..o..t the neat. and Miami/ :, lur n lirat<"i"0.!' (<(nc\i, r'I
-- War** IDI....... ot Their. Part- Miss r.. K, imlfy, Kvenil Street Imm.'owct. \tI'\n'"ovt'\I\ can: l Itr- bfcu' tat /

the event of n determined effort Putty.. 80..10". K:3U to n .. tn, 8gureerauginpl!: from; $14o lu "11 d"'
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"' Moody's: Resolution to Reduce -' i2xtu: to 1-30 p. m, These are harljlu iuveiuuleppx tIxCri ,,f
f4 by President Roosevelt to break down\ Piano IcitHoim. by ATranueinvnt 11I-2 tt acriUoedl at the bvlcee that. .1 '. ,.'V .

L y Repre$ ntation. the XJjmna machine( uuw controllingthe rrrrvrrrtrrnrrrnrrr.rrrBICYCLES'. Entire Stock $ dntssBos\ ; ) tOt:, ,\ :tv Il-1i'tf".ta! :" t I'T' :;1! I ,'

, national conflict Republican and final orunnl/ntlou develop .. .. 1 -- ; __ ti, .'
.the ensuing
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BEOIIOHALHATE SPIRIT .ments will repay Interested study as :'
AWAKES "
, 9 bearing upon ,the future of the Repulj-& ........ ....... Flied BaohflJ.h : :;, ,

' I Rican party: sAys the St. Louts UipuUllc. -

'' Inatltntlons and ". J/I. of SoatharaVeotlon. Greater Grows. the Sale at ,,I' 1.AtU.o'flS! 1)jI) t lr MI 1Uf ,;:,U '1'M"

i of the Cotn;: >*rrol, J..*. The two meu aider so radically In Wheel kept In first-cluss snap. hotel { wt4iearl"" ( lmtwwsolall'iV11dd"PI) i i//.

Vindictive Att.elc-rS4 niaeauio. of tbelr Meals that the story of the antagonism ditlou. Wheri'you want to rent:; : lasa'YlluK[ "r"'IIt.\,1 p.tr'utl'f. ,JIA'UMQliAbl..T"rlb/h>I1I l la auik'ltedp4'il / ",. '

the Propo.ltton-Vt.w. of .0DtJo-. already to brtleve.aroused rrwstdoutUooaevelt between good: ,easy-riding; Wheel go to : .CURL SCHREBNICK'SPriqes ', : HIAty n)1J: : 't. ,:)1' ,t);.,..;:a:,:1cn, .
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; ern 5..p.p. them easy ......
Is In close touch with the E. PORTER ; r- -i-

believing In them solicitous fur ko oKo. .Q 9 O 9 I1'
Reports from Washington Indicate people PulverizedTo JII', \ '" ...,...j J. '9 ,
that the Irrepressible fanaticism of the tbelr rights, temperamentally jealous o / '
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Republican party I la determined to reassert of any encroachment upon popular government 0,. .Wan '.,JI '
Itself at this session of the Fif firmly grounded In the American Nothing:, V'- o ,. a, i M :kl 1 '..;.I,1.j" :

ty- cventh congress and that, aa usual, faith which makes the people su A Rambler > ) "' ISt
this unreasoning spirit of sectional preme. Senator henna Is remote froma .. 4.WNNKHN.Weo : f i'b\k\' ,
r, bate baa selected both the Institutions spirit so democratic. He mustrnsts 1 House .B" !: ;
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he does not hesitate to !Imperil Wheels For'SaleAnd to clear this buildingfor S Bttiltrf: 1:4
and the people of the! south as the objects tbe people; .. ,. are compelled : .,
advantage
the ...
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; of its vindictive assault says the or sacrifice their rights theGrand .. ,
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New Orleans TimesDemocratAir. of a privileged caste us whose General] Repair Work done by an :: '" "' r'r144
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Moody\ a member of the house of representative be was placed In public Expert\ palrer I HWS1'rtl" GRItR/ '.I \, '
: life be holds that the strong hand of a '. IIt
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on January
West Palm? Opening o. 1 '
/ : limited governing class should be supreme Olive Street Beach ,

lower branch of the national leglsla- over the people.A s Contractor:!' V--rC.; \ &. =t%
and Hanna v "" II
Roosevelt -
ture this resolution: would fight between represent the clashing of the 't If DIMICK &, 1LEaEL. : BOTH: STORES: Next week,all the Clothing,1 '' 'JIll .: '', :II I
Test '
Bciolved That lb. i eftlur ahaU appoint A M. and'Builder' -
led enmmltt of ttlown Qicinb.r.. who ahttll ,n. best and tbe worst elements In the Republican Proprietors i Shoes and Dry Goods left from, previous sale q. 0 ,
iulre Into and harp have>to nport. 4i)',. bill or party. For this reason the re Palm value. o '''" ,I.ji, 'JIJ '
sold at half the ,' .
i otherwlM, at any Unu whotb, at the,.leotlonid \ conflict would tie of great will be tf '' >'yatiir nrdtrar'a'ft'' .
sult of such a Is "l't< j1W
.ot ,
the ataU of L uUlan wbarvln th manpbcr I g .prepate" .
the hoUM of.repreMtitatlvM from Mild .\at. wor slgnincance. The overthrow of llanna
MONDAY.
1 chosen, the right! of any mul inhabltantR of nit.' would' bathe best thing that could hap ,Beach SALE COMMENCES x' promptly and )Jn'\vorktnttnlike1". ;! 'o.jlaDI

t''. 'i?.. at.t.the United being StatM twcnty-on to Tote yon at Mid old.Uxitlon.,and cttlnoia.vu, .by,,1 pen to his party promising rescue" Look out handbills on Carl.Schrehnick'sarrival. 2 ) l'. :Katiinatss". ; ru,1.9ib..J. ,. ) ''1'.:;,'
of Into
from tbe evil dominance years. ," Ie '"
the conntitutloa end laws ol Aid .t.U, denied or Drug O !iJi .
'. In any way aliriilgod contrary to the constitution Should the henna machine trove equal o bn co.oet.r'uct.ouworkiot_ : a.rery 2 ; .,..,. :"r:!:':..
rt of the United Stataa or the article la, additionthereto to the task of sncceRsfullrifcBlBtlng on ':'; .,:, .o:"" "or:':!;
and atnimdmant the_. and alio whathar administration attack aw preventing ". .,- ...--Store.D A. PAUL 'Manager and Conductor of Sales. o description.;;, '.' 'e .r"... \ ,". '"
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it the right of any perool.t.' or J( '- ..: 'OJ < : .
,. abrldircd aa aforefuld the membara from Mid site I Roo eTelt'* nomination for the prenl- -:- -......-. o, ,.v -vWestfalffl -.1.:--!'- JI ".. "". ..![
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to mambar- will -- -- '
entitled party
choaen at ouch election arc dency in 1004 tbe Republican ; 1" "
.,' .hlp In thla house and whether It Is. txpadlant.that be surrendered thereby to the way of A.LJR8IN-: pf cite.toaaKotRatrostostokostottto atol+mleotsoisolloteg7solsotsollpAotso x' af : B9achfFterW8f"'; : ,
alwuld enact ippropriata JajiUInUonto ,
congress yet developed o ,
tbe most un-American spirit S
and
', enforce the provisions of the totirtaonth. .
., h fifteenth article In addition to an amendment of In American politics. Either Hanna Toilet Articles
the oon.Utution of the Unltad Sta_ himself or a man of Hauna's flawI I bugs, I G. G. Strohm Company J tdsaeotaolloleoiso5s05sqsoleoii4rtq; IJ ,

'r Whatever may be the ostonslblo purpose lug would be selected as the Republican .. "*' *
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r & this resolution of Mr. Moody's, standard beared three years hence. one Stationery ano o o

It IS quite clear that Us real object Is The syndicates represented by Hnuna D. GEAURIDEAU,

*recently t,,unee the Imbedded overthrow In the of election constitutions laws would In control be of more American firmly than policies.ever'fixed Druggist's Sun orie'sr 1 i FffMlLY GROCERIES j, PALMS SEAVING :'PARLOR J|

of at least tour southern common- The president wlU find IJauua a bard rescriptions ., O. 4. lit O .Flrat-cliiMi- Jtetiablo.-. t'onaorleWork. ;': ..bir; Ute.. ,' /VHBUOP lalaalOld
wenlths and "i reduction In. the repro- man to overcome. There Is an Influence East Coast DnslneeeSolicied. .' ,1,1
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Food 'Products tr DBJl.llOTEI-pAI.M8.i) ;; /A--V ,;'
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Fancy
y. nentatlon of these four states In the' of tremendous power behind tbe 'EST PALM lib ApU( ttlO.U I Nest Pai.ulteaeb.: Rite. '. .s"?,' f, : o''
lower branch of. the national legisla Ohio senator. lie stands for the trusts It ,; 'G. ,* ,,_. '." ... '. ""

tare and the trusts will uphold him to tbe O ,5 Oo .,' '.:. ,IhL
s. .' In reflecting upou the propriety and bitter end. They are fighting for them Grain'and Provisions ,_ ).;:4. ,"' ":" .'" .
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I resolution two when Bgbt for Ilanno. Agent It Ito 00 k. .J. : I... :
wisdom of Mr. Moody's selves they oj.. .. 0 I ifei ,' ; .J.Jat ,
questions of large Importance are presented They will gladly defeat and crush I "?'\ ,, ;, .:.. .''".T' '
f alike to tbe congress and to Roosevelt for Ilanna's.sako. Owing to Biriie Grant Land Company. :VJEFFERSON: BLOCK g' your ., .!;-..!;. \.' '. '.;: ', j
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Americans of the southern states: these truths the tight now sold to be o H' ( ". !tl I
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UEAI. ST ATE. o .. .H" t. fI"r! ( t' sl
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not the house of la Interesting. Tbe president GLA \ a,.i J
f First-Whether or on peculiarly tFlorida. ..
reprcHeuiatives! baa the.rlgbt or the authority upholding the old traditions of i-3m ", CUTLER FLORIDA West ;:Palm, ,,Beach, '' .-M. '. 4 -n'. '
i- *-&* ;" .9o2nko7soitoSSOleotaoaoaoilp5to O. And If Spotted or Btnrratt: \ ,: ....'. J :;, / 11
to pass judgment upon the validity his party, is arrayed against/ the .most o brilis them to'; ,.. i
," l of a constitution adopted by tbe .malign figure ever developed within o Ot1o o'knisoiloltoiso o7sohsottoiso7soI4NNeUNeE ,.... : \' ,; '\ '
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I people of a sovereign state. that party. Brefsford Bros ,- ,..- .' "" ...."..Ii ""..... .i., .' ".'.' ..'..; ( 1
Second.-It It be conceded that the -"' 4'
l.. General Repair Shoji i
has both this TRUSTS IN GERMANY ,
house of representatives ENT'! ,
right and this authority whether or .1 eal Estate and insurance, On Datura Street., .. i'
southern In case the Callx by' Another Nose, but Manas And bare them. u.de OOJ>.a.IIIW, Jll'!
not tbe people .
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to > house of representatives, with its em- PALM BEACH, FLA. 8. S. BINOI.1CTO?(., '
of the apologists for trusts We- wiiit'f a public to know that we are now ,.' ., :
t pbntlc Republican majority succeeds, JtUr Work Cua."t.e"o.I. ,rst .
have tried to make themselves believe Rent ,, supplied wUlk n full line ofPlurnbing ; I.
and the
[ with the consent of tbe senate 1. !(Mary Public. Cottages, > \
that In the German "kartell" they have V "
president In reducing the representation '
of the south In the lower branch I found sufficient evidence that the trust Postoflloe BlllldlnjfNorth'or "r 'I':
r thrives in Germany and with the san i .1-1\\lOl Folncla.ua Hotel.w. : Supplies :
national should i"
r' of the legislature ; 1OOOYOUNG .
abandon their determination to eliminate ,tlon of the government, too, says the .

the vicious,ignorant and criminal Boston Globe. Sheet-Iron Work a. ",""';d.5
But interested Germans contend that A D We do Tin and :: .r.
H '
negro commonwealths vote from politics In tho southern It is not a trust, but merely on organization ........; \. .1.I.Ul" : : and Electric wiring. 1 1Agents 'SEEDLINGS : i ;: '

for the of corVil'Uig :
purpose :
tbe solid '
that reflect
We believe we
.
.. .1 sense of Americans In tbe southern home production and would regulating pr.Jon.to : ,. 'C RINC- a for Defiance Windmills and Towers '. : '.11 : ,.;'.. .:! t.,

: states when we say that the southern That description seem doj In All Its BranctmRESSiHS .-, A'.T''I:1: "' .."
.J people recognizing the deep significance fine a trust pretty well, but becnm tif he, -- -- FOB .s .. : >:-i:;; "
.
members of the kartel'. o logo -- of references 8-2-tf "r. .
not given.
estimate Best
of this proposition will not hesitate p<, on or write UI for -- '/<'.
tI/
their financial \
Jft&tCjendence and are
to answer both these questionspromptly "
,i and emphatically In the neg not oblige a'belong to ,It and because CLEANING, CONKIJCN & SCRUGGS NO'ide the time to. get your ,young -. .

e atlve. it uaa HoBecret meetings and operates DYEING( AND BEPAIRINE Orange Stock for Spring Budding. ...< .?' '

u ii t Granting however, for the sake of I I I aolq I at home the government winksat :Clematis Avenue, West Palm Beach: Fla. ... \\1.; .;'I
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argument, that an Insensate Repuhjfcg? It. .cOne bop on Olive SU West Palm Beach,. old $4per'10'0' ;. t "
an majority In tbe house ot repreWentatlves < of the privy councilors remarks 1,year : :> .. ,.

has the power and the. authority that because the kartell maintains & BOND COMPANY 2 $6"* i'>. i'; ;"ii' :
BOND : ,
.
priced at home and only affects prices "
suggested by the Moody jSoiutlon and /
..... / In Trunks. -i .
tl.at In there foreigners have' no cause for New Idea '
exercising ifl5JJ-autnorlty| and -' i
)
UrCOUPOftAT.ISD. .; (
r ( ; ;::
this power a f' jEjitle led Republican complaint If I they have cheap sugar at RIVER. VIEW PLANTATION

rf majority cite"- JJ threaten to reduce the the expense of the German kartell. MANUFACTURERS OFFloph'ng. Roseland Pith.ON INDIAN s' ." {
.
earmarks of ,
south The kartell bas all the .a / '
rpjapfegentatioa In confess unless
1 tit* I'. iI'i tI" voluntary and does business openly. It lAND SHINGlES I
.seMlon. should consent to restore 1' LATH
surrender at LUBBER '
makes foreign consumers
vicious and criminal neer' ''y
rtbe'tguorant/ the expense of German consumers an --..--.----- __ TIE LOUISVILLE&
vote to the Infamously complete
-fl ri1!. gro Interesting way of lighting foreign com -Lime and Cement
Brick
.? and It once the exercised completely In Infamous southern politico Influence petition. It is a home trust designedto ; Siding and Ceiling O HASHVILLt n. :R. '

granting all this, what then becomes fight foreign trusts with. -IN STOCK -
1 1; the duty of Americans of {he southern Tbe trust, like all other evils, breedsIts Rune tarough trains to Peniacolar
like In other countries and tbo poor ..
states? How may the men and the Mobil and New OHeani. To Birmiogliaui ,
home consumer has to pay for its ammunition AND YARDS 3,1-1902
women of the south, the descendants. lie la tbe victim always. c9yu, sod,o. OFFICE NtUville. and SULouIi, I! M

of a people Immemorially proud, most pure wisely and cherish Immemorlaly ON F. E. C. RY-, To ,Louisville .Cincinnati( .and

al the traditions and the principlesthat WISE ECONOMY NE DED.Th. Between ,Poincetta St. and.Lake Worth.: Evansvllle, and to Cliioag WUhout.
the south '
mode and kept
have
0.moer.t. la c....... Slave leaving train, '
.,. .\ what It 1 Is, that have given Impulse Trunk I c.- ;
and tone and temper and character to Their Work Cm Oat. The Stallman Dresser I UrJ87 For sleeping oar .reservations,

: this southern this most distinctly It may ,be that in advertising1 as be Repreenl a new Idea In runic. It in a ,f Established 25 Yrs. .' 1900 rates,,-eto.. call -on or addressB.H.HOPKINS w.I
which lurks in a .IrcttinR. cane with drawer. instead o '
did to tbe danger portable JJ .
American civilization of ours? trays: .; n place for verthit.ff.. from A bat Co r :
national >
In the treasury
f. There Is not. we> believe a man "of great surplus collar button and the lx>ttotu U an cccmilble Lathe ,
: 4 and loading" In the southern Speaker: Henderson disturbed certain top. Coats no more thou food( box ttunkHhlpp William A. Bours, & Op, fLORIJ; 1'A.8UJlGJ:! : AGENT + "tNo
light t n'l..e.
1 lC.O U.
;
common wen Jtba who will hesitate even susceptibilities on the part of''Borae of Two-cent,stamp. for nlushatedacatalogue.F : ; : ..a\V..t Bar .&.. Jaeksouvlll. Pla "
fellow- of the house
his Republicans
for an Instant In answering that qucs who nominated him Saturday afternoon A. STALLMAN, and Fertilizers.
Seeds
A tlon. Grain Garden : .
he hold. Nevertheless .
The resolution Introduced by Mr. to the office BS Wet Spring street.ra ,, I
.
words of wisdom COL11J1IBVI! OUfU.'I
those were In truth lyr .

+' little Moody fear of In Massachusetts tbe hearts of the will southern waken wherein he declared at the caucus; I. ., No. 6 HAS BAY t1T.-aKT. 're:-' jACK801TV ltK. PLAt :: Geo. S. KacKer:&' Son"R

".V. have a great danger to confront\ A U Btook oHay.
to remind oompl>>
It will serve merely tbeI.eatsadmoetZeliabicaeed.' \
people. as continuously-that Is, the surplus In vr* haoait only
: r" .?: them that In their efforts to aolvt I to Republican I '"'
the treasury appeal my Flour Bran Wheat'Grits,
r" 91t,.. wisely problems of. grave Importance colleagues to keep In mind that Corn Oats ,

tr ,. -l.o to cease tbe to whole expect'either country they sympathy must needs or this Is a danger and if we can be wise Build Houses ,. Meal Cotton Seed Meal, Both BJ'lght.ana Dark.
of that, we will
In the presence danger
{L (' rapport from certain circle at tb find approval from tbe American peo Move ,Houses. -AT-XVlIOl-BCSAtE- ii
r r' north.
pie" Houses. State Ascent for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer,.Co. .
Repair
It Perb.p..H. Heat ,It. There are ominous Indications: that tOiSlIVIulgoba : ra
'y- When Speaker" Iteoderaoa. after,be- It will .require something more than Shop work O"TA.LOG:1"1 ON AFPUCATIOM._ >a

: \ag renomluated by ,*l.Republican as good advice from the speaker of tbe .. ,

tiocfatt, made. warning speech aa to house to restrain the majority party in .Repairing or GRAFTEU
from plunging headlong Into I Mangoes.Largest
aurplulI.IId congress .
tt' the danKcra of a treaaury BUDDED" +
the, need of economy, his bearers treat. reckless expenditure at every oppor- Dock Building.Call MANQP'\'C"l' mEL OF +

i.. tunity. We trust. of and the believe minority that partyat therepresentatives onvor address Collection Crotona In the United States. Palms :Pijrllsnthus | Doors; Sash'i

later on tbe capitol will realize tbe Importance .tc. ,,\lpotgrown.\ Full Line of.CltrusStock,
be sorry
.Y iy
i They much a may point of view was taken by of taking a firm stand against M. J. Y ARBOROUCH'We8t grown ou High Spruce Pine Land. .Address :Blinds, Mouldings

:r i.. tbelr party caucuaBoaton Globe. wild and reckless outlays and In favor BEACHWest Palm Beach.'Fa.HOLLEY| --AND-- \ ig
of tbe good oM principles of economy 1'nliu: Iseach. Fin. JOHN B. Building: Material,

....p... Hay T.fc. a tfaaa.Speaking which never can bo long "out of fa .
of the attitude of the Ro- vor" among our national lawmakers, .CHARLESTONS.IC.
toward reciprocity and despite inultltudlnoua and Insidious Situations Securc..' .". South.
party Largest Factory
publican J:1\ME..S
u I Mew York Herald temptations.-Boston Globe. r.tuwtsd.; : Wria:; ,
revision the kreaadwtwartunlcn :
.
'r tariff and special offan. Send for Prices.5egd'TgQ'uryyourlJob: .
.
remarks: On* thing |le certain-It the I I onca.larwulofua BUILDER .oL '
Buelnees1nQSSVy
n.... r.--
In their aelflihnei till the r, .- j.
t '
f+ hllfb protectlonlita "Still with little sign Indeed Colleges APPLICATION "
t are able to prevent. modification of the I In the ring .. PtAN8 AND SP.crIlIc..LTI0Jt. J1U.RlfJIUltb -
of natural force, K,. MonlromarrAl.
}'realf of the: abating Loulavllta 1P1.0R1DA
'
lloea suggested by + !O" WorK,
the BBACH
,
tariff on Anti-lmperlaUstle Houatnn,rear Columbu.Ga.aichmend.VL. WEST PALM (
dent McKinley: In his last speech, there the!' New England: BlfmlBghim. Ala Jacluonvlila,fin. t.a-It
still Is 'Never .
and their motto
'
revision that league
general
F "k must later on be a It
-"F ;drill/ b* less to tbelr taste. l.'.lIe. .. -i. c:
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4 TttB XKOHCAL- SUN) WET PALM BTCACH, FLORIDA FBtDAT/ JANUARY 11. UOt 7 ':, ;


_" _m__ "_ ___,_,,,,, _. ..,._.__ ,, ___ _, ",- -- ------- ------ '
tt t4YLWcflCDC-0d> ce iI 'i. '
----- psd<>Htrlnn) she panned onp horning/; lu e.rrrirrnTrr'rrr' 't r..rrm .rr.rr..rn't..rrrr..nr

\fl7 I the! liny village! of bolt lour little girls: '' '4'J
1 pli\;; hift In "front of a tumbledownhouse. -r i The Capital Cafe 0$0 0$0

Ttu'.v bud n doll of uulijuc do.

ulnij srrl|>tlon.In! a torn It wn.i ull of made apron., of a bootjack Here We are Again : Oysters, 'Steaks, I :

;'. The next afternoon. lIf mo. Nord IC/o.setout 'J'
""" ,. ""1"<' I "; :, I Ie = on foot for Brondorf the nearest Chops, Etc...... 88Sfc.ft J ,(, ;
'
!" I: '; ": ""Feifi t T'' \ADV\:; OF IOWA. village of importance, wltb'two' friends. It is Else -'-- At All Hours '"
"i'', {, i." :" 111\:' I, .", ,.,;,."..,.. A search; dtacldaed! a shop -whore dolls 'Something
fJf[' ,': ,.t ten 4apltiM.. : ,':'.i''' lV.ll. Leader In Soot.I ef wonderful wnxen and expression- I Open from 6 A. MtI. i, \

'1,1'"T, 'Cte.l.a. Rod Cburltf Work,. lUlls countenances! of-the kind tint sea This Time ..
"1,1,,,'' ,,;( ''MI!n,.,IQs 1 ")tir: Cummins wbaso busAlburt light la the Black forest, were waiting/ a. : NORMAN O. UPP Manager

,,: ::i::;',. '\;,:. luid,'"' !B-' Cummlus, la tlio govfaoiva on the ,IIPI ve". f'; P
and Avenue u-6-tt
Street Clematis i
: Jefferson Block Corner<< Olive
o .' :ir'X\: ) trn! .,,',,,<) ; ( Is highly: quulllled for Tbo hour was late, so a cnrrlnge wn1ordered White Goods Opposite ,
: '.'":;, ,,'' :. .tp*,twsltlou ,abt la to occupy, She baa at the luu, and down to Boll I . .il@
.f'! ,.tJ"l v.V"' t ?'rt.n l Jcn
  • r among (wonn-n la: many she drove. In the twilight, Out of. the Ladies, no need to Bend away, aa we will have -- -, .
    '"oct I'alld cliarltablo! works and com'btoes carriage she climbed, the famouifBrutmliltde V an bcurrunent of 1101 nice Fabrics and Pat-
    "I" '"' '' wine a cbui'niluK' !: ..porsonnllty of the metropolitan opera terns as you can Sad anywhere. Just the C.C.CUTTRELL.
    '
    'quite .n extensive popularity. and lifted the antique knocker on the material fur Shirt-waists and Dresses. G.A.GALEMANGONIA.BOAT : ]
    'r. I'! Hr*{. ..Cximmlua, ''la. oue Of the linndom door of the tumbledown IIOUHB In' Boll. WORKS

    ?,;".. leader to Intellectual aud cUitrltablocirciv had gone to bed Presently a mnn'n C. C. CUTTRELL Manager f
    ;i'' *, ba'hlgJel'vell/ ttIt pi'cskluut of bead was stuck out of the window. To None neater and none Better, r

    fir"I ':" the De'Molncs Womnu's: clul>'and pe1ii explain her mission wns a brief mat Caulker and Maker. .,
    Shipwright Spar
    '
    '"\Ii < ter. The smiling father In rather scant Zephyrs t
    " ,
    ''I ";";i'I : raiment hurried down to take the paper An exceptionally line line 'of these: goods.
    " ; ; I, containing the four dolls. As site,. ask them, MARINE RAILWAYSand
    ; ..0' Just to see
    ( ', drove four tousled yellow little
    ," away
    I' 'ij '
    ,j I"" heeds) were stuck out of rue window Cent. Off Boat r:
    Per
    .'I', and shrieks of delight followed her 15 Shops. west Side of'Lake, .,
    1 K:
    ,,
    : ,: while she waved her hand until n bend On all Winter Goads, Ladles' Heavy Dress :MANGONIA. V II,
    ( \ at '
    i .' I', \,, In the rood shut oat the sight and Goods, Cloak and Capes. ,- ;
    "),"", sound of happiness that the had left Estimates Furnished on New or Old Work. '''J

    ,," ;, behind.-Saturday Evening Post. Clearing Out at Cost Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the'! Summer.
    \ 1.
    Our Gentlemen's Goode and Shoes. This la I COT All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.SEA '
    Home Wo..k.Tho '
    bandy and charming silk mutt wo "fire a.larm"we mean what we gay. This SKIFFS A SPECIALTY lo-ixtf \ ,

    linings Introduced last year are once line must go,as we are going to confine our ,

    more to the fore. Intended to Blip trade strictly to Ladies' Dress'. Goods, Dry .- :

    through muffs either as.a renovationor Goods and Notions. ; .t"J

    a quick transformation to uarrnonlzo It .'<'

    with each 'cosiume, they are very Remember We are Leaders in 'our Line. I PAUL, C. JONES W. C. MINNICK' ,I "
    tasteful. In no case Is omitted the .

    fluffy Trill; often embroidered and no-*
    JONES & MINNIOK
    r
    Cling, may. be a flower.over which I A. S BOTSFORD & CO.

    i droops, the! deep lace flounce annexedto
    all dress ..mults! whether In fur or .AUUAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. A A A. '.
    Mlt A Ik OCMMINB
    11" any rich, -material. BVCulug;:: / and brides : Building Contractors '
    !fag at tills time president of tile board maids', muffs are quite dreams with aa .
    of'managers of the Home For Vrlendss their delightful ornamentation of spangles r
    '
    > ClilUkca. 'She I II an earnest work
    and flowers, which strain all the, .
    rr--' err .alaarity. : Inventive! power of artistic workers.' 1\o.ut.lIol location for hotol or real- Bargain la Improved bualnna Only the :Best of Mechanics
    Sirs!\ Cnmmlns wns born In Eaton Such lovely conceptions, within decidedly dunce iiii'shsnaiw: on sriiSJ: proporE' to Miami!, Will pay 20
    eoiiQtj c M..>ob. Bbe.-wa* Miss Lda L.Ualtery teas,on nl j ty on Investment. Can be ,
    sere
    "I : the of cultured women areialns ," Is pet Our
    marries lu scope nue /0 looted Till..rt! Employed on Contracts !
    and Mr. Cummins If culil to the
    I too fragile aa a rule to bo nude' < near the Rn1'nll..II1UOI"I., 140 tent bad itt a bnrKnla
    1874. tram Hol,1 1'Srk' Dl"'lR'n ** next thirty day.
    It Is only '\
    beforehand on speculation.
    1. $GOIH'OO' -'
    Is told ofthe.
    : \\ A' pretty and'amusing story of the \1'
    treasures
    midst 'of the
    In the. WEST PALM BEACH1230tl .
    FLORIDA
    " .. ooooooTOWNLEY
    courtship of the governor.He
    I future; florists- themselves that the creative! .' ,{
    was working as' a coustructlcin on- Id with the whims
    J Idea sparkles unlsoQ
    ? glover: on ono 'of tile Michigan mil pf the day can bu struck Here once. ):( r
    dllwblll he met Miss Jullcry,. liefellV ad- BROTHERS -""
    with her and 8Imultalle'"olSI, : more I I ,, the home ..worker through ,)i ::1
    Ipve ------ -
    'VN' clrcumatnuces. Is left In .the cold! -
    1 ly, b* became* ,very fond of cornet playIns where she ought to triumph! The new FRANKLY SHEEN, Civil Engineer! and Surveying, J. R. HICHTOWER : '1!1

    ,+, t 'The cornet: took a good deal of flat and enlarged shape of muffs should REAL ESTATE AGENTS Locating and EstimatingTimberboth( Fine ,-ik:

    7)e, iyoung llr. Cummlns:: :> time that really not be overlooked by the decorator. of and CrprefM), Selecting nud Grading Orangeand ; ,
    bare gone< 'j tbf luCy, If Sheen h & H.l h tower
    z 14a' should ': young artistic trIUea. MIAMI FLORIDA) Vegetable Laudfl a Specialty. Irr "
    h a was to win ber, and tbe young lady, My proreflaioa ttna. carried mt overall ports .
    part ort'L.n, tile other baud required'consider-\ low to Put on Qlov .. of the southern peninsula of Florida and by '
    1, Vile! of the young man's time tbnt If there Is anything that mars a wo 000000Bnrpralf peraonal'observation I find great opportuoltle REAL ESTATELands
    greet ln( auld| bon been given to. tbe cornet, man's appearance, It Is a glove with the profitable liive.tm.tit i In Timber, Orange

    thence t* ,It wall to conquer, It. Things duallyValenttn I seams twisted and all the lingers awry. JJn Orange Grove In the .nd,VOKalabl.Laadil/'eRpecI.lly In the wild and ; '
    ,: \ heft a crisis and. like a trua.AuierU here' la the correct way to put on vlulnltjKr'V Mlnnil., :Mu> nerve, In unsettled part,where the land ooollyowned t for sale in all parts of

    ,.torm', <4w<. be took the ,young lady. gloves: The first trying on of a glove t trai'Lfiik/Ive* ,y *w old.acres Small In.cott.bearing.......grni.MX. will -$- by land large graded corporation according, who .have,never but. alt hud priced the Southern Florida, Improved and
    this > 5T. >nv 'M> por cent i n lavbHtiiM'nt. unimproved.
    Jd\ t1ea" Is the most Important, because by I \Itiirgnin at Four Ttiounund. DolIttrn. the aam0 Write for particular. t tBox8a4WaistEal111BeaehPiurida
    ,\waabiding. aha'. Woman Undertaker.iet the glove Is set. First shake some powder PALM\ BEACH and LAKHWORTH

    ...". ....Lrji.iundertakers ofmana"" Neb., Into. each linger of 'the glove then .
    ,
    propertied, including
    following
    i' Dave a new competitor. Tile elbow firmly all a table, '
    place your
    when can buy We have desirable bunlnega prop. of the nicest waterfront Town
    Tout you some property.
    Why pny
    thumb
    Cumlug with the band upright and the from 'luwnley Ur..... Miamt aloe any In Minml, improved and unlm(3(
    extended,toward the palm. Draw the oottng... CrUIII $1011.00 lo $11100\0(\ 011' proved.for nlll 00 ansy, terms.gokokotostckokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokok. We carry a large list of the most desirable cottages In town, for
    L tileS Jennie A. Gorman. Licensed. body of the clove. over.the fingers, and, au.y tor..a, sale, furnished and unfurnished. '
    .
    .Embalm and UudertnkiT. after seeing that each seam of the TStpftzs &TStiZFStefT ft F
    Mlm Oorman Is an attractive young glove la straight with the lines of tbe -, ;w-V,

    woman who has graduated from sever- linger coax each anger Into the finger Residences and Business Blocks It
    al' scboola -of embalming, and has secured .of the glove says Woman's Life. lie

    l. licenses to. practice ber profession i sure la. the meantime that the stltcli- If f

    t '; lu.Iowa and N brnlko. Ing on the back. of the glove !fa also\ Orange, Pineapple and Vegetable Lands,- in e
    When It was suggested to MUs Gor- straight. Next Insert the thumb and '"

    .per tr nun that embalming Is a strange work i"look once, again to, see If the seams are 2 flflTU?! QflMRTflTl? Quantities to suit Purchaser.
    itar a. woman, she remarked: If not, pull the glove. oil .
    J-!, all straight; S fluflju uMlIlvUljJj West( Palm Beach, Florida *
    i"Ii'; tt ts true that few women have tak and begin again._ The seam at the tip O jr.-, _..__---. -.-.- .. ,J.-_ z -i -;:n .----.- _i :=, O Call and examine our list ?,
    Sl.:', .,, en up undertaking, but there 18a, great of the thumb should be In 'line with It o

    at ., V demand for women capable of assuming the middle of the thumb1 nail. Smooth It o 1 .II 0 JEFFERSON BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla.
    A VV charge of a corpse and directing a the wrist neatly, and fasten the second S .II U. -If
    : "s funeral Women. ore peculiarly fitted button before the top one, which will Overlooking-beautiful Lake Worth, facing the Hotel ---- 'I"}

    ,, 'J" \,. ; for this sort of work. They have.betteriast not then suddenly burst ott.'l'b. g ............. > N
    : ... than men and their artistic natures _, Royal Poinclana. ; a first class, borne, like hotel. Near J1C

    ''k'1 ;..yk',. .' make It possible' for them Bowerstodc&Setter to Ilo..ttI c...... all points of Interest to tourists. Oar specialty If. ex. S I f I ,
    .V.- drape .Crouds nod prepare For many years across, .known al o East Coast Restaurant ,
    Srf1PYV
    than men.I Christina Uossettl's cross, has stood on o j cellence of table service, clean cooking courteous treat. !0*

    "::1 I realized that there Is need for Wo- the communion table In Christ: church furnished and, under o :
    f" V men'ln\ tale line' of work and took It up Woburnv square, London.Besides o' ment of guests. House newly, ,

    1 M wltb the Intention of making It my life being Interesting aa a memo o new management. Experienced white help only will be b i Seminole Hotel Building;, Opposite Freight Depot:1 yCuisineServiceaudCleenlinesaun.urpessed

    '\ I ,am tile flrst womnu 'who.bos Gut to lllsa ChristinaRoasettL the cross It Beat of fishing and .II o t Western Meats, Fare ,:V ? .\\f
    r been licensed to. do embalmIng' 'west of Is very valuable. At tbe point where f employed (In.all. departments. :. Cow's Milk Dairy Butter and Distilled Water used exclusively .: I If.'
    Chicago and feel sure tbaflt. will not the arms of tbo cross meet Is the star and hunting Rates! $2 to' $3 per day. S '*> '
    it good
    boating,
    'u, lie long until more. will follow In my of the Osinanloh 'wjilcb. was presented o. sS Regular Meals 35c. Board by the Week. Meals to Order f!: :
    far 1 have been very successful ,
    footsteps. So to Miss Christina Rogsettl for her services It .
    I. TABLES RESERVED FOR LADIE3 : :
    and
    o
    ." Tbe work la dangerous to the wounded In the- Crimeanwar. SUMMERS & BOLAND Is i

    t .: l' very trying, but I like It." It Is of gold and enamel, and al ., JI OPEN EVENINGS .: "
    well educated. She
    1M06m
    Is
    } was Miss\ born Gorman and .reared In Omaha and Is Its center church are'In a which number tbe of poetess brilliants.Tbe worshiped tf FROPMIRTOHB J 0 0| .....................4............................: '\ .'

    the daughter of J. J. Gorman assistant for twenty years has another o a -

    ', superintendent of tbe Omaha Street memorial' her. It consists of paintings 5iotioic7so7so91oSrOS.oiaoAo7101eoi.a Sto7so7soS.o71o7ao71otao7.b710tsotwoit00TO HOTx4- Sptondldly ftltunted facing Lake Worth, oppoal 'f 1

    ,,, ralT Mj. ______ designed by the Inte Sir Edward Hotel Royal Polrrelaca.. ',
    t'> Burn Jones, tier epitaph chosen by ,.. Ttta rovjrU and Equipped" with ap-*IO* '
    D... o' Girl Wh Work. herself before she died Is cut In the, T he PALMSWest f elRoM. .. 'j{ .
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    that In this
    J' II bardly seems possible top pavement below tbe rcredoa. "Give mi I :: . n Rates $2, $2.50 $3,00 per day.For .
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    J;. ,,: day>ud age It should be necessary tj- r
    . I "iil' Iaoytbltalr about bow the girt| who INTERESTED Fla.,
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    y herself ,-. "Th Palmi," West palm Beach, Fla.
    works tor a living should gown ,
    e hat every now and then one sees a are some women who dare __
    best In flame : T23Et* VeAAAAAAILUUAAUAAAAdAU.AAA4 f
    + vision' In some little clerk or secretary face color and look their
    scarlet, bright blues and tbe strong ;
    that makes one eager. to protest against AAAAAAAAAAAAtW.

    t .. V the:The wearing girl who of floery overdresses to an offlco.when she" almost while a pill aggressive, nearly Japanese Insignificant tones woman Peninsular Electric Construction HElM w BIlOAUWKLt;: D., Fhyalclan and Surgeon' =

    goes to business to help keep the wolf can be made. quluj bqputlfuK; wben Begt.tered nurmaclat,office la Iru) Store.

    from the door .usually young, very,, she adopts a mystic gray or. some Indescribable COMPANYIS i
    r young, and she has Ideas about brightenlng dull tone which gives but the r COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY
    VVV world faintest suggestion of color to enhance of West e
    V up., thedingy workaday NOW open -to the patronage of the public
    and becoming sunbeam to the unfortunate what nature has already given' her.- Beach and vicinity.. luur& BUOADWELl.
    along to. Chicago News.lime. : Palm I!.
    + men who are plodding Proprietor,
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    In her.omc Electric Construction of All Kinds.AnB'onelaton .
    fortune
    ,k \ UalsBavow.-who: died lately at '
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    w( r'' With this end In view the pots a bow St. Petersburg left behind an Immens"snd Vail uen.. burglar anti Fir Alarm gyaten a 8p.olalty. s

    t rI/ Of ribbon in her elaborate coiffure' ,, pf nearly 18,000 volume .ALL WORK Uir.iKANTEKU.!: "
    a dons a soiled allk waist and a trailing unique library \written by women. Dealers in Reliable! Mix and Chemicals. '
    y. tbem
    of
    *, all 10-18-lf
    skirt and proceeds, on her mission Olllces in Jefferson Block,
    The library Is to be sold, and the hope
    with herself. En '
    'route thoroughly she: meets satisfied many older and more. la expressed hilt It may come Into tbe P. O. sa,. West Palm Beach, Fla. A FULL LINE. or. J
    M women's college
    of some .
    worldly wise women attired In clumpy possession :Perfumes. Rubber Goods,
    skirts and" plain shirtwaists vjfoi a '
    F :! hoes, abort but she regards these pityingly In Windsor, Canada a young girl has Toilet Articles: Cigars and 1!
    ; -
    VV j and been for six years on engraver. of tomb- '
    trstuetlc sense '
    grubs who lack: and Stationery. Tobacco.
    L as '* ;
    existence until stones. Miss. Alice Rlgg carvt artistic
    butterfly
    continues her -'-
    + marble .In\ her father's THE 'T.'R11lVBLBRS '
    or her employer lend letters! upon ;
    age or experience and looks most 1-ttf PALMS BLOCK WEST PALM BEACU.
    ,
    her to'th..knowledge that pretty fnl- shop enjoys tbe work v
    tae are.. not for wear during business attractive In her strange occupation.Mrs. .. y.TTYYY.YTT .. yy.yyyyyy. ''
    tours, but should be reserved for evenings NEW MANAGEMENT, -
    to social of Los Angeles
    at borne wben there are Morra Ferguson
    o. friends to be Impressed. CaU has Issued tbe first Dawson It' MRS. N F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla. CITY MEAT MARKET
    l' City. Yukon and Alaska directory.
    =
    , Boriltm'm Ulft. contains.. 000 J( ( pages and many valuable Florida and Western Jleafs, Poultry Game and Eggs. rMaIi
    Service.
    .L, if. "\J: Nordlca spent some time In the mining gape Electric: Lights Electric Bells Daths, Complete, '
    t'lt" Black"forest( during the past summer Orden Receive: Cartful Attention.
    a" preparing for her appearance at the Miss. Maria A_Audubon, granddaughter The Best $2.OQ per clay Hotel in Florida. .
    naturalist, took part la tbe Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH-
    Io' of the
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    \ k., opening\ \ ef the new ..Wagaer theater ,recent.! exercises! when Bbauuonvllln, 'rail oral the Union Depot tat ink the Conductor: to stop al toe Traveler lit-1 I t.goa

    i .t I Munich la'btr walks (for,slie I ly an Invaterat I'a.. changed its name to Andubon. c;

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    TIIESOUTNINCONGRESS -- Private School ,C e M lIELL'. : QO.t111i'\l' :O
    ,R...p_. ttv.Ir Represent the Sleet sad "' ,
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    --- Worst: UlcmovtB"' Af Their Party. Miaw, I.. E. HiiMlry, Krorttlsx Street At t fthaiiii\ for ftlimKdl J ':, t iHiuni -t". .//
    .. ':lnl.n"t. ( wHmprOveiJ! ), van, tin 1':1.: ,
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    In the event of a determined effort Dally ae Hlai) silo: to u a. m. rat "
    Resolution .ReduceRepresentation. rigma .;
    Moody's to .
    to F 'lh.rrWJ.4f11\ try '
    iisoo' ': m \ $;$
    to break down "
    by President Roosevelt PlnnoICHON These"' arr \Itbtlpaip'<<< | t.)$ "Ii'
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    I.by nrrftritfem nt. toaytrvYmvyvvyvtyvvv'yy'yvy'R '' n<
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    the Hanna ma.-bine now controllingthe : at, t national Republican orsaulnutloii e'BICYCLES tSaorifi'qetgMi! :d* *. D?|* 1/.13./. : ]jU"nt") Riyy. yf the ensuing' conflict and Anal. developments : ':'" ;" "I r'F'oj '
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    AWAKES SSOTIOBAL.' HATE SPIRIT wW repay Intel'ostClstudy as + tI" :";;: ': /: .
    t upon the tuture of the Repub" ; "fi1 ', J: 1
    bearing ,
    .ffi46..NN Fro U JJ Rch : I
    llcan party, says tbe St. Louis Republic. *' :
    i Institution and Foopl ot Soothi.rM Greater Ell .ArUt M Mla$ ... ,'.'

    '! Section. dl! trio i .,.. )beet* ol The two men differ so radically in Wheels kept In first-class von- Grows: ,the Sale' at P1\ltI.tU t$ lk pAt.bt;l), !I it';roll. L ,

    Vindictive AttavoltSIitnlflea.nce o( their Ideals that the story of ,the antagonism dittou. Wbeti'you want to rent J{ ," ", 1'4hr.t'It'tiJtt\.JI\I'IIY. ) ;\ tnvb'' FrI II. J /

    + ,\ \\j tke, Prepo.lflon-V.w, *. of a?Southern already aroused between a good, easy-riding Wheel go to I I \ SCHREBNICK: ; 41Nta'tpmvk'Your' patrtotnge. 'et" "i Iteaagahbin'Iefu t t4 .ullrIte'<<. ; '1',":";; '

    KeiOnv ... ... them Is easy to believe. President CJ\R'L :S- tdLat:\ p.. uflt,: xOxp/:# J"\"I1M" ; JiA\ .;
    close touch with the ,.
    Roosevelt Is In ) !! E. PORTER ,
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    0 Reports from Washington Indicate people believing In thorn solicitous for

    J'' f. that the Irrepressible fanaticism) of the their right, temperamentally jealousof And : Prices .Pulverized ,' ?. O'+ 9' {O';,),?..t;11'O i QrYallt "' .,.
    Get.
    ,Republican party Is !determined tq renssert any encroachment upon popular government '. '
    Itself at tbl session of the Fit.ty.se"entb \, firmly grounded In the AmerIcan / : ,: / : ;: ;.,: ,,:0. .
    To t .
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    Nothing ; a' ,y -.'; ,
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    congress and that, as usual, faith which makes the people su A Rambler r-m" .' y.' a ,e'" i'' ,. ,' tr
    ,, thin unreasoning spirit of sectional preme. Senator Hanna Is remote from .',. ,, '.,... ." '" ..0!C'
    hate has selected both the Institutions a spirit so democratic. He inustniBts ....4.,.NH... ":\

    and the people of the south as the ob- the people! he does not hesitate to Imperil .Wheels For Sale. We compelled to clear ''Hons'a'e LJult lt?;':'. :. \ i';',
    jects of Its vindictive assault, says, the or sacrifice their rights for the ad. are this building t' +,
    New Orleans Times-Democrat. vantage of a privileged (caste its whose for theGrand ," ,.*<
    Mr. Moody a member of the house of representative he was placed In public And General Expert Repair Repairer Work done by an o " :' RM'I"E"1R'I'" ; ': \ur'' ,;?;;i :

    lit h representatives from the state of Massachusetts life; be holds that the strong hand of a o 1'HOSa 'J;.',t l' '"vY'' .y '.

    t I introduced recently In the limited governing class should be supreme Olive Street West Palm.Beach Opening on January 28 fto !.,',',,,'. .*" i"-.1'\,//10' \*,.'II",.,," .2\\.....,\, ,', : } Qa,
    lower branch of national
    the legislature over the people. I j' : '
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    7 this resolution: A fight between Roosevelt and Hanna i ',Contrac ( ;.'; .i-; .1

    + Reeolved, 'Tint the "aprakcr ahall Appoint a select would represent the clashing of the West DIMICK & HlEGEt, IN BOTH STORES: Next: 'week.all,the,Clothing, "
    committM of eleven uemben, 'who ihill 'Inquire best and the worst elements In tho Republican Proprietors :'' :
    Shoes and 'Goods and ?Builder IIB"
    into and havp leave* to wport" by< >bill orotherwlM party. For this reason the result Dry left from previous sale .I
    r et time, whether. at to*,.Io tlon' Palm .
    A ia the elate of any Loulnlgna wh.refuth., menpbersul" of such a. conflict would ba of great will be sold at half the value o' <1'' !If

    I the haunt of repreMntatlvei. from laid outs wornctm significance. Tbe overthrow Hanna pteparei ;to,16you't''Iiidt.proinptiya4ta'borkmapittlel;' ,r .:;:
    I 0n, the right ot tiny mala inhabltante of old l would be the best thing that could happen Beach' SALE COMMENCES. MONDAY.Look '.

    I ute the United being State.twenty-one to vote yure.v Hid o1<.election,and .ctUaunil ma, br of to his party, promising.a rescue \ :; 4;| ,(?) !:, ;l'g v Qt :

    ), the eonititiitton. end law 01( laid etata, dented or from the evil dominance of late years. Drug out handbills on Carl 'Schrebnick's Tf manner/ l', Kail wales'> #tJ/ : l !iIte ,:ts1f ; i-'
    in any way abridged contrary to the oonttltuHon Should the Hanna machine prove equalto '9't;\ '"" '";;
    r, of the United Statue, or the artloloe ln.addition arrival oncdnetru \ : ot'6ory, .
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    of succesafuIl.vxrcslRtlng an
    task
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    thereto and amendment tbereoto\ aleo wbttther, Store. v ptM 'e' ;
    if the right of any person tqVote,wee.denied or administration. attack ai ,T tJl'eventlnllRoosevelt' --= A. .PAUL, for the
    nomination
    + abridged aa aforteaid, the members from aatd tate presidency '
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    chosen at eucti electionare entitled to member- In 1004 the Republican party will .' O' -.JIJ'(!'. '. ""..
    .hlp In this house, and whether it expedient, -DEALERSDrugs -- ft ,'"
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    be surrendered thereby to the way of >
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    that vongreM "auoald enact appropriate Jfirlalatlon oerokoltoeto etoro Jeach '
    to enforce the provlnlona of the fourteenth aodtllt""th the most un-American spirit yet developed koetgstaKOeottostateoleoa107tgA07eo7eoteo7tg9eQiso k ; West :Palm,: Fio1Ide'koho1eo11ablolt :
    artclfa) In addition to an amendment of In American politics. Either Ilnn- 1 I ft 0- 11 "
    the constitution of the United St._ Toilet Articles ',
    na himself or a man of Hauna's nom. '' ollvllaltolttaieoltpteaD.
    Whatever may be the ostensible purpose lug would be selected as the Republican | G. 'G. 'Strohm Company JI I : ,._ ,.,

    *. this resolution of Mr. Moody's, standard beared three years hence. Fine Stationery anaDruggist's .' \ .. ,-<11=
    U is quite clear that its real object Is The syndicates represented by Hanna "- .

    nt once the) overthrow of election laws would be more firmly than, ever fixed I M..GBAURIDBA1I,

    recently Imbedded in the couatltutlons In control of American policies. Sunaries FAMILY; GRO.eBRIB.S, j I .PALMS SHAVING'; JAILOR. I
    of at least four southern ,
    common.weAltbs The; president will Had, Haana a hard PrescrlptloDsCafefully Com lound..d .
    { 2 FlrM..,IrIl.* 'l'on.ol'la, w"r1c.bj.tU: ,i
    and a reduction In- the representation to Is Influence rS ;
    man. overcome There an East Coast Business Solicited. ./.01'111011..111..," ", ;:V, '
    I .of these tour states In the of tremendous power behind the | Fancy Food Products *'" enol' cr'?oa&HoTltt.FAJJ\ : : [s:-iI'i l:; j;
    lower branch of. the national. legislature. Ohio senator. He stands for tha trusts. WEST PALM UEA011!: .(, (!-10 Jtt s ,, ,: Watt'' Palm tlsagb; 1I1a.M'{','" eF YIr"{' ,a
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    4 and the trusts will uphold him to the S .-: : & .,I .
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    Ie, .' In reflecting upou the propriety and bitter end. They are fighting for deem Grain Provisions ''WI'', ,..' : ... ':' "
    wisdom of Mr. Moody's resolution two selves when they fight for Hanna. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent o and ., ; .. ''- ."SM.:'' : }I.; '" '
    questions of large Importance: pro- They will gladly defeat and crush\ f 4 r, -v":; Look '; ; : ., '. ;'" '- ..
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    Rented alike to the and to : Ferrite Grant' Land (: Vl Ii !11II(.;"f. .oj..1 "
    congress Roosevelt for Hanna'a.sake. Owing to Company, o JEFFERSON'BLOCIC' :T T 'F ." '\ tA{);. -,' : ,
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    r Americana of the southern states: ,these truths the fight now said to be ,? "' your. ,':' :,l'plt"I'' I' Q"" .
    First Whether or not the house .of on Is peculiarly Interesting.! Tho psl.( ) ICKAK ESTATE. .O fo '.
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    representative. baa thejrtgnt or the,authority dent, upholding the old traditions of lid, =am......,. CUTLER, FLORIDA ft West ,,P alm .;Beach, 'tFl rida.. f LOOKIN, ,.GLAisl': a"" r:;.". .. ')
    to judgment the **" ,. :.. .'t i'!\ \
    pass upon his party Is arrayed against the .most 0 .l-t-tgot "Onleoho7loko And If Spotted 01'. unit-red' ." ;;>#".: ,!.' trl,
    lldlty of a constitution adopted by tho I. ;
    within .
    malign figure ever developed bring them to"'H' '
    r people of a sovereign state. that party. >f 0tf01toIIg51g1e01soltqiloAOkoitoltoleo5lokoleohOteosto3to ..... ..... ;;: .' .,',:
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    I Bre/sfordBros. ''E-X: ;," !' ,f 4 ., III !,.,,_ ..
    Second. If conceded .iI. "i( ,
    t It be that the / ** .*, ... '- ,'v... '
    'P.r house ot representatives has both this TRUSTS IN GERMANY ...1'-- ? ,
    right and this authority whether or I' Real Estate and Insurance '1\NN UN EM.BNj"f > General Repair' Shop' i,

    not the southern people in case the Called Vr Another Name' tint Manna ._ On Datura. Street. '

    house of representatives with Its emphatic to SoineesiQ the? Consumer. PALM BEACH, FLA. .r' > And have tliem.. made OOO1;;am.J)I KW!: ,:;;

    Republican majority?, succeeds, Some of the apologists for trusts We wl .Iz.'t1u public to know that we are now b'""" S. 8. .SINOLKTON,, -4'" ,- ''I ,/w
    with the consent of the senate and the have tried to make themselves believe ... \ ., .
    -Work Guaranteed lj-tf
    president la reducing the representation that In the German "kartell" they have .Notary Public. Cottages. to Rentpo.tom.e ,.'\ 'r supplied with a full, line ofP ;; > : : '*: \

    of the south In- the lower branch found sufficient evidence that the trust fffwi"
    Bnll of the national legislature, should thrives- Germany and with tbe san- 8-1-1001 Polnclani Botnl..V" .. l.uJ)1bing SuppliesWe '>; jt<:_\

    abandon their determination to eliminate tion of tie government, too. says the --- ; 1,000r, ;'" \ \a1W.lj:
    4 the vicious Ignorant and criminal Boston Globe. ;v:

    negro vote from politics In the south But Interested Germans contend that w. f Uli do Tin and Sheet-Iron Work w?:,,,\Nl' ,
    ern commonwealths? It Is not a trust, but merely im organi ,, ) "
    nation for the purpose of controlling and Electric wiring. #
    We believe that we reflect the solid '
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    '" sense of Americans in the southern borne production and regulating prices.That 1: J!:': RINC- YOUNG SEEDLINGScEt > >M>'f. "

    .... for Defiance Windmills and .!rowers ,
    Agents
    :) states when we say that tho southern description would seem to define -, .- 'I'", ,//\1\
    people recognizing: the deep significance I a trust pretty well, but becallyl-c J u ID All Its I> Branches eo .., ; A'T.-r'i'; : : I tNow t/. I
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    of this proposition, will not hesitate members of the hartejk.uo''n'ot lose -- ., '. ",
    t to answer both these questions their financial .!ifi(t bdence and are Call on o'r write us for estimates. Beat of references given. 8-2-tf "Ij

    not obllgejJ.Jirj belong to it and becauseIt PRESSING! CLEANING, the .' -'
    .. hasjySrBOCret meetings and operates CONKLIN & SCRUGGS Is time! to get t; rut; young -;'- ,

    t .l Granting however for the sake of sole } at borne the government winks .. DYEING. .' AND REPAIRING Orange Stock tor'Spd':' :Bt1ddiDg.; : "',;; :"!'
    argument that an Insensate RepubJfcj 1 at It. ,Clematis Avenue, y West. Palm. Beaoh, Fla. : >/ &V: '!
    all majority in the house of repre.4eutalives One of the privy councilors remarks Shop on Olive St.. West Palm Bench. :
    has the power and thuthorlty- that because the kartell maintains -. 1 year old< $$4tper:100! : ? ?; :.' i

    -b suggested by tbe Moody eii. lutlon and prices at ,home and only affects/ prices ,BOND .& :BOND COMPANY: : : 2 (t <4 .$6"} ".. :-:r::' N l. z

    V' tl.at In exerclslniU, authority and there foreigners !lit ve- no cause for New Idea in Trunks. '- ." .3 /\
    this power a, fjsfJJitlc led Republican complaint I If they have cheap sugar at (INCOitPO1tA': FD!: .) '
    'I majority fj the expense of the German kartell. RIVER VIEPLANTATION"Roselandr > &
    r shog threaten to reduce the A''' Vc,
    south's rej 5e8entatjou: In congress unless The kartell has all the earmarks of a MANUFACTURERS, OFT '. ON INDIAN iiW.I '
    ( t"iafttriatelllifence and conscience of trust. It Is one, too, except that It Is r II 'RVI| >R. ,,' ; '',; ;

    th'' section should consent to restore voluntary and does business openly. It .
    tI| LATH
    njjgS. the 'Ignorant, vicious and criminal no.a makes foreign consumers surrender' at .[ LUMBER AND SHINGLES I IFlooiinS"

    gro vote to the Infamously complete the expense of German consumers an T'IE' '
    >*% .5* LOUISVILLE &
    ( Interesting of fighting foreign com "'
    and the completely; Infamous Influence way : I M
    Ceilin--r--o.-
    It once exercised In southern politics petition. It Is a home trust designed/ ; Siding and ; Brigk' Lime and Cement. '

    ''I granting all this what then becomes to fight foreign trusts with. NASHVILLE: R. R.
    the duty of Americans of the southern The trust, like all other evils, breeds! -;--- 1ST STOCK,,-

    '"" states? How may the men and tho Its like In other countries and the poor s i* ta elT Eons tnrough (rain* to Pensacola, W :

    women of the south the descendants borne consumer has to pay for Its *.J:** a bteta toUNYV 3-1-1002 Mobile and NsvOrleansu, To.:Birmingham
    AND
    of a people Immemorially and Im- munition. He Is the victim always.WISE a OFFICE YARDS '
    pure Nashville nd St.L'onie "
    memorial proud most wisely cherish 'ON F E. !C. RY.. > "
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    the traditions and the principles ECONOMY NEEDED. To ,Louisville,. Cincinnati ,aDd ;,

    , that, have made and kept the 'south Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. Evanavllle, and to Chicago without '
    Tho Democrats 1st Co...... Hew :
    \ what It Is, that have given Impulse
    leaving '
    Their. Work Cat Out. The Stallman Dresser : train.
    and and and Trunk .
    ; ( tone temper- character to .
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    It may bo'that In advertising'as he For Bleeping car reaervattom,
    this southern, this most distinctly Repretentii. 1\ new Idea. In trunks.; It In a .
    American, civilization of ours? did to tbe danger which lurks In-a portable dreK:Jnn cane, with drawers in.t..ad of 187. Established 25 Yrs. 1900 rates. etc., call on or address
    great surplus In the national treasury. trayn; n place: for vvei-ythiUR, from tt but to a "
    There la DOt we believe a man "of collar bultuii.anu: the 1 bottom 1.acreiwlble aa 1
    $
    B.H.WOPKIN
    light and letullugP )In the southern Speaker Henderson disturbed certain the top. CUM no more than good box trunks ;_ ;
    .d ComtIJornveaJths who will hesitate even susceptibilities on the part of'some of HhlpprdC.Two-cent, mamp O II.for with illuett privileges sled catalogue to"vxumiuc, William A. Bours & Co,, >f LORID* :PASSBNQKIt: Alit:NT P

    for an Instant In answering that ques his tallow Republicans of tbe bouse NI>. Dee Weal Stay St.. Ja.okaon.llle f la !
    tlou.a who nominated him Saturday afternoon F A. STALLMAN

    The resolution introduced by Mr. to the office he bold Nevertheless 58 Went Spring Street Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.No. .

    Moody of !Massachusetts will waken those were In truth words of wis T-B-lyj- OOLV,IIIVS. (/JIIO.I ,
    fear la the hearts of the southern dom wherein he declared at the caucus; -
    little
    EAST BAY STaslrtt-' JACICSOWVH.IK.W FU. ,
    Geo. S. Hacker & Son
    people. It will servo merely to remind '"We have a great danger to confront :
    ;, them that In their efforts/ to solve us continuously-that Is, tbo surplus In b D41.only the I p.i no.l "moat Reliable 8re '' the treasury. I appeal to my Republican I
    ..;: wisely problems of grave Importance ,
    .. "" to 'the whole country they must needs colleagues ,to keep In mind that Hay, Corn, Oats,.Flour, Bran, 'wheat,, Grits, '
    -.14: to expect either sympathy or this !Is a. danger and If we can be wiseIn Build
    ctaao Houses Meal Cotton Seed Meal l, Both Brlght.antfDarke:
    support from certain circle at the the presence of that.danger wewill ,. .'
    find approval from the American peo Move Houses. .--A..r..WJIOL: "
    north. ?.____.__.______ ple. SATL-------
    .Per..p. .De Heat It. There are ominous indications thatIt Repair Houses. State Ascents: for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer ,Co.

    .. When Speaker-Henderson, .after-, being will -require something more than Shop worl- OATAt-O&OB ON APPlJCAtlON. lOagiMulgoba
    renomiuated by .his Republican as- good advice from" the speaker of tbe .
    soclateH/ made a. warning: speeches to bouse to restrain the majority party in Repairing'or' air

    tit 1h the dangers of a treasury surplus and congress from plunging headlong Into GRAFTED 1 iyiatigo.es.Largeat f '. ,!,
    9MANUI'l..CTURRS
    ; the need of economy, his bearers treated reckless expenditure at every oppor- Dock Building.Call BUDDED ;
    t his ,address with ,apparent nnan. tunity. We trust and believe that tbe ;if

    ., Imity as a "Pickwickian utterance." representatives of the minority partyat on"or addressM. Collection of Crotona In the 'United' States; Palms, :Pfayllanthuiretc ,OF ,\ ,

    ; They may be rery.. sorry later on that the capitol will realize the'' Importance ; Alt pot gr0wn. Full Line of Citrus ,Stock Doors; Sash, :;. ._\
    / such a. point of flew was taken by of taking a firm stand against J. ,
    f YARBOROUCH1'plui grown on High Spruce Pine| Land Address ;r; :BUndsMouldingsANn: ,,, qF
    : their .arty. caucus..-BostonGlobe. wild and reckless outlays and In favorof :
    "t the good old principles of economy West Ileacli. Eln. JOHN B. B ACH" West Palm,Beach. .Fla.JAMBS [,
    \: Fe>ople-i, Mal Take m. IfstsieU which peTer can be long "out of fa Building Material
    l" a'', Speaking, of the attitude of the neI vor" among our national lawmakers, ,
    4' publican party toward reciprocity and despite multitudinous and insidious 5ituat.cured .CHARLESTON,'C.

    U;' tariff/ revision the Now York herald temptations.-Boston Globe. .for KrodiMtMov tuition rofumtd.- WrU: .GKat: HOLL.EYi. ...,",[(Largest factory South. !fit
    ... remarks: One thins )Js certain-If the .t once.tor catAloyu and .p.cu.1 alTor.,
    high protectionists In their selfishness till |s> the Rl... r, Buslnees ..... BUH.1JBK: .. -* Send for Price. .I v7M,.
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    ''f able to prevent modification of the "Still In the ring" with little sign Indeed 'asse Y Colleges ... ..
    .! J ,'l'; are tariff on the lines suggested. President -I of the abating/ of natural force teula.llle, Ky Montgomery A"!".< ., '. PJ.ANS AND SMtCmCAMOlW Fri MISH tIi -AWFUCATION, .. .. ./

    McKlntey In his .last speech there the .New England Antiimperialisticleague Houatoo. Te.. Columbut.6a.ch I WEST'PALM BEACH .e e ,PI.OB.1DAIIIU. : it
    must later on be a general revision that and their math still Is "Never .! ..o..d.Va. Blr llng...., Al..lscasenvlill, fit I t Seld'n] 5u your'Job Work! (

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    rpu ... ; I petlrstrlun) she passpd om morning In ..TYJTYTYYY..yyyyyyY.YVTy. .rlr>!i.y"/yryyrmyy11. i@NtJi)( "

    : tu (my' villtiffo of Boll four liar girl
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    u a, a I 1 1.I pl.I.III"' In front of n tumbledown: (: The Capital Cafe' $> t

    if house. They bad a doll ot unlipi'1' de- : m

    \ crlptlon. It wa made of a bootjack: Here We are Again I 1 Oysters ;Steaks i
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    p .I, clad III ii toro bit of apron i ; '
    ''I ''' ', I. I'''';'' The next iflvrnaon Mute, Nocdloa\ *let( '
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    E :" I ;..11" ; ,1 nut on toot for Rrondort. the Ilea relit I Chops, ,Etc ...... 4""1'

    '" !t.J i;,!.'rr'" '. ,}ily";,"w\,,li" lftSJt.tAdV, OF IOWA vlllnga of importance! with two friends It is Something Else +} :At All Hours I ,
    ,:}., ;)'..\ ''i',," I; ; r--- A search disclosed a shop where doll y ; !
    ,rl.flnm'tni. II.. ( !
    {, :/ '" ;". ) n Leader In Saaittl et woaderful waxen and expression- < 1O I
    / : ."; \ Open .From J A. M'\ to P. 1\[ ;
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    . I' '-' ",CIraIu., "'$ wed c.b..U: Work loss ,
    ,1''". i iuuti'Hiiico8, of the kind that sea This Time
    ,\\1/,,'''j.l",," :. '." -.itti-'jrjr"CuuiniinB. (} : : whoso bus light la the Ulack forest were wultlug e NORMAN O. UPP. Manager ,I: 'I'
    1 ,,d.I ,baud;,,', AJbert B, Cummins, la tbe goy' ou the slielven.Tlio I
    "I'J, ''. 01i.JQ"II'n.1 Is11,1111/ quallilod (fov I I"Ii" hour was late, so a cnrrluge wax White' Goods : Opposite TeffersooBlock:, Corner Olive Street and Clematis Avenue la-6-if I ,:'

    "" : ''i,,.'. : tlpotdtlon) f Ahe f lu to-or'eupy. $bl' has : ordered''' Rt tbe Inn and down to Boll .w;. iI@ 4"; "I'i"/,; '(Ck.. .. been;:Ii.lpaderi} among wotiieu la many : she drovo ta, the twlllubt, Out of the'' Ladles, no need to send away, as,we will havean '

    !II ,eoelut 'and charitable work and corn carriage she climbed; tbe faraouiBrunnblUle assortment of al nice Fabrics and Patterns 'I

    fefnea'with, 4 cQm-raluK( personalityquit of tbe metropolitan Opera ,, aa you can Hnd anywhere.; Just the Q.O.CUTTRELL.
    tip( ,ext8ttfWCpOl; ,; >i.larlty.BTrs. and lifted the antique knocker on thu ? material for Shirt-waists and Dresses. II

    \ Ctliinmjjla Is ono of tbe baudomest door of the tumbledown bouse In BoIL: G'A.GALEMANP9. BOAT WORKS "

    matrons,of Dos. Moines. She In It was not yet olllbt, but the peasant) :Dress Ginghams
    r a. loader In intellectual) and charitable bad gone to bcd Presently a rann'n.,
    f circles: !, '''having served!'as president;! of bead was stuck out of tile window To None neater and none Better. CUTTKELL, Manager. "

    the too* Itolues Woman's club'and beM118. explain her mission was a brief mat t

    ter. The smiling father In rather scant I Zephyrs Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker.
    r.
    raiment, hurried down to toke the paper 'line line 'of these! goods.
    : An exception ably
    containing the four dolls. As nlie I t.
    drove away four tousled yellow little I Just ask to see them. MARINE RAILWAYSand i .1

    I beads were stuck out of Hip window '
    :and slirlcki! of delight followed her, I' 15 Per Cent. ,Off Boat Shops. West Side of Lake, ti

    [2 while she waved ber band until a bend -; On all Winter Gosds, :Ladies' Heavy Dress
    In the road shut oat the sight and Goode, Cloak and Capes. at MANGONIA.

    sound of happiness that she had left Estimates Furnished on New or Old Work 1:

    ", behind.-Saturday Evening Post Clearing Out at Cost Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer. irk'):,

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    Ham Work. Our> Gentlemen's Goode and Shoes. This isDO gAll; Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch. : "

    The bandy and charming; silk mad "fire alarm"-we mean what we say. "''This SEA 8KIFF3 A SPECIALTY Io-H tf b.,.\

    ar linings Introduced last year are Once line must go,as we are going to confine our i'I "

    moreto the fore. Intended to sill) trade'' strictly to Ladles' Dress Goods, Dry ,
    through mulls eltbcr na renovation Goods and Notions.
    or a quick transformation to hantio- ,
    alto with each,'coaiume they are very PAUL C. JONES W C. MINNICK fI I
    'our Line.
    We Leaders in
    Remember
    tasteful la no, cane la omitted tbe are 'I

    fluffy frill; often embroidered and uestllng '
    uiny be a (lower over which A. $ BOTSFORD & CO. JONES & MINNIOK 4

    droops the deep lace flounce annexedto .
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    A .IK CVWMJNS I, all dress .mans whether1' In fur or .AAAIAAIAIAAAAAIAAUTAAIAAAAAAAAAA &&&&&& &&&&&. ,

    'ins at tills time!' prvHliieut of the boor.)' any rlcb, .material. Evening Rod brides Building Contractors
    rualdn'! muffs are quite dreams wltb .
    of nianUKt-r of the Home For FriendCbllUi'i'n.
    their delightful ornamentation of span f ;!I
    : She la an work.-
    .earnest
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    gles and dowers, which strain all the .
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    pr'i Mrs.IIOIa1Irlty"Cummin- wns born In Eaton Inydutlve power of artistic workers 1ta.ut1ul. location for hotul or 1'001. tlargala la Improved bunlneasproperty Only the Best of Mechanics ;
    Such\ lovely conceptions within decidedly dunce In Mlnml: ,(ranting: on liny loo: In Miami. Will pay :3O
    44 eount ;!'!,'cb. SlIodl'U Mills Lila L, fiat nth ftlr e e J80 fc vt, ae Avenuo Investment. Olin be c
    and married Mr. Cummins In the scope of cultured women, are 'enA" ISO feet Thl. property IB ,per cent on Employed on Our ContractsWEST :
    Gallery alas!, too fragile as a rule to bo made neartheRa9al F.in> Hnial, 140 foot had at a bargain/; If .old In the
    '\ 1874. beforehand on speculation It Is only from Holm 1'ark. Bargain at next thirty day..
    q A pretty and amusing story Is told of $51100.00.
    In the midst of the treasures of the
    the courtship of tbe future governor. florists': themselves that the creative 0.00000TOWNLEY PALM BEACH FLORIDA '
    U. was working aa a construction enigtneer 1D-20-M
    Wen sparkles In unison with the wblras.of.
    on one of the Michigan fall- tho day can bo struck. Here once Pc: '
    roods when be met Mies He
    ; pullory.
    BROTHERS
    adverse
    morn theborne worker through -
    tell'a'love, -with her, /and simultaneously : circumstances, la left, In .the cold "-' '

    I, bel'- became very fond. of cornet play. where she ought to trlumpb! The new, FRANKLYN SHEEN, Civil Engineering; and Surveying J. R. HIOIITOWIiR ')
    ta Ing. The cornet took a'good deal of and of am IT a should ,AGENTS
    flat enlarged shape REAL ESTATE
    bo Mr, GuininlnsC;, time that really Locating and Eatlmnttng Timber(both Pine
    \yauug
    .', ,)hl 1. \should have goneC; the! young lady, If artistic not be overlooked trl Uell. by the decorator of MIAMI FLORIDA and.nd Vegetable CypriM), Lands selecting a Sixclalty.and Grading- Orange Sheen h '& Higlitower!h '

    f J partyJfort e was to win her, and the young lady My profeulon fins. carried me over all part
    I La'' 0- the other baud, !required'considerle How to Pat on Glovee.If of the southern peninmiln of Florida, and by r
    y 1;, greetinValentl", of the young 'man's time that there Is anything that mara a wo- 000000 peraonal ohaervatlou X find get opportunities REAL ESTATELands
    't thanes t ould have been given to the cornet mauls appearance, It,Is a glove wltb tbe for proAtable investments In Timber, Orange -
    r i lit was to conquer It. Things dually seams twisted and all the fingers awry. Rnrornl/iJn Orange Grove In the and.Vell'eloble ndufupeclally" In the wild and -- i
    'w 'bed a crisis,and. Uke a trut merlo Uere la the correct way to put on vlvlnlt T/l Miami. Nlo; a...... In aneettledparts,where the land Is mostly owned for Bale In all parts, of

    ((0\;' 0 streau be took tile young lady gloves: The first trying on of a glove \ 4y trneUMrlve" ** old 1 uonui 1 Hnitill> In cottage.bearing trove Willvny by large corporation, who.have never but had the Southern Florida, Improved ami
    alt
    'r ari l,! .eo InvbMtiupnt.Hnrg land gradedaecordlugtoquality. priced
    this JJO cent nn
    ;" Is the most Important because by : per tinunprOVrU
    i w.sblding' \ .|..'. Woman Undertaker. the glove Is eel First shake some powder ,;' lii ut Four Thounand Dol- the 18..... Write for particulars.
    eindlfUJi. !. undertakers of Otunna. Neb., Into each linger of 'the glove then lnro BOX an, West palm B "ich, Fic-riua. PALM BEACH and LAIN: '

    r bnve a new competitor. Tbe following"' place your, elbow firmly on a table, WORTH properties, Including
    '' alp bas been swung out on West Cum- with the h.udlpl'lgbt/ and the thumb Why pny rent,when ynn eon buy Wo here. desirable buaineea. i property some of tbe nicest waterfront Town property.We .
    from luwntey Br...., MinniL",O"I"a l In !Mlnml Improved and unlniprovod -
    Ing street extended.toward the palm. Draw the cotruKoa' frtnn, $700.00 to $uap. ,.. list of the desirable
    LlcensexlEiubnluiur ,tor ode oa eaay tern carry a large most cottages in town, for
    Oorrann,
    "SIIan Jennie -A,
    't, body of the glove over,the Qpgurs and easy terma.
    unfurnished.
    sale furnished and
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    nmi pndertnker. crry
    r nfte.r seelug that each seam of tbe n
    Miss Gorman Is an attractive young glove la straight with the Hues of the .

    +e woman wbo has graduated from sever linger, Coax ouch linger Into the anger Residences and Business Blocks
    al schools at embalming and bas secured of the glove says Woman's Life. Be gokokokokokokokpkokorROkostokokokokaKokokokostokakokoko.K !

    licenses to practice her profession sure In the meantime that tbe stitch. a

    I' ; Itn,Iowa and Nebraska lug oa tbe back. of tile glove Is also
    o 1 Orange Pineapple and Vegetable Lands in s
    r Wbeo It was suggested to Mtas Gor- straight Next Insert tbe thumb and V ,, ,
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    ti.r"r mat. that embalming Is a strange work look once again to, see If the seams,are o '
    V SEMINOLE I Io Quantities to suit Purchaser.
    +, for a woman, she remarked: all straight; If not pull tbe glove off o HOTEL ,West! Palm Beach, Florida r
    have taken
    ."It Is true that few women and begin again. The scam at the tip 0
    r, up andertaklng.: but there la a great of the thumb should be in line with V 11 Call and examine our list VJf ( aI a
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    .,, demand for women capable ,or'usum.- the middle of the thumb ualL Smooth o -- 11
    and directing a tt 0 JEFFERSON! BUILDING, West Palm Beach, Fla. ,
    r Ine char of a corpse! the wrist neatly and fasten. the second o _
    11 t -a-tf
    r J funeral, Women are peculiarly fitted button before the top\ one which will tlK Overlooking beautiful Lake Worth, facing the Hotel
    t '\ 'for this sort of work. They havebettor burst off;
    : not then suddenly ; ..... ............. .
    ,: taste than men and their afUatle natures Rnyal Poinciana ; a first ulasa/ home, like hotel. Near a .....

    h' :.,,""'' 'di'ape.';.gfcrouds make It possible and prepare for them flowers to For many The years llo..et'cross
    : oauco-- OiItt..r than men Christina Kosuettl'g cross, has stood on tCX tCo of table service, clean cooking, courteous treatment 11 0
    ''I realized that there Is need for wo- the communion tablo lu Christ church, tCSi and under i
    and took It of House newly furnished,
    men o tbls line of work up Woburn square London. guests

    wKu the Intention of making It my life 1 Besides being Interesting as a memo- new management. Experienced white help only will be i SemInole Hotel Building. Opposite Freight Depot ::1
    .'>tudy. I .am 'the 'first woman 'who bas : Christina'Koasuttl. the 11
    1 ,d been licensed to'do embalming "west of : ijul; to>> Miss crossIs employed in all departments. Best of fishing ,ando Cuisine,Service,and Cleanliness! unsurpassed. Western Meets, FareCow's
    t / r? very valuable. At the point where 2: Milk, Dairy Butter and Distilled..Water used exclusively.: i 4
    that will not,
    Chicago and feel lure 1t : 4
    the arms of the cross meet Is the star and hunting( Rates $2 to $3 per day.
    ''r< tie long until'more will follow In my of the Ostnnnleh, which was presentedto o boating; good c o Regular Meals 35c. Board by the Week. Meals to Order i

    j I" ,.:,t. footsteps. So far I have been very successful. Miss Christina Rossetti for ber services V 11 .- '
    > ," The work Is dangerous and to tile wounded In the Crimeanwar. o 0 :'TABLES RESERVED FOR LADIES .:Itaa :
    i, .very trying butI,1 like It." It Is of gold and enamel and at SUMMERS & BOLANDO ::
    (1 Miss Uoruian. la well educated She Its a .number of rllllaot a 6m OPEN EVENINGS ,i
    ",., > was born and .reared In Omaha and .\\1 The center church are In which the poetess worshiped V o PROPIUICTOR8 11 ::.....................e4..........................

    l the daughter of J. J. Gorman assist for' twenty years has another o r r _
    ant superintendent of the Omaha Street consists of paintings
    her. It
    memorial' ko7ioi1o7to3so11o7so9solsotsoNo9o5so ito9so71o7soiloSSOSSOUokokiolsolso5to 1 ROTEr.-- Splendidly aituated. fnclnir lake Worth, opimmle 1,
    \- railway. designed by the lute Sir Edward Hotol Ruyal Polncluna. .-

    "j i i D.... of Girl hI Work*. BurtuvJonvs. Her epitaph, chosen by EaJ"8eH: Improved and- Equipped with up-tp-
    herself before she died. Is cut In the The PALMS date ooovenlencea.
    It hardly seems possible that In this
    below the rercdos. "Give me
    ..... day.and age It should be necessary to) pavement the lowest pillce-Grllpblc. $3C&3KJi&$6XTO Rates $2, $2.50, $3,00 per day.
    ...:J;. BOf.anythingabout how the girl who for apralal weekly ratea addreaaio
    ALL INTERESTED Palm Beach 1la.\ ,
    1 works for I living should gown herself West -.i "The Palma," West Palm Each Flu.
    hilt every now and then one sees a There are some women who dare i
    I vision In some little clerk or secretary. face color and look tlielr,boat la flame< H_' THE--
    that makes oueeager' to protest against scarlet:,. bright blues aud the strong ....... ...... .........4A .... ... .. .

    ... the wearing of finery. to an office. almost. jiggrenslve Japanese- tones, I
    The girl wbo overdresses when she wbllo a pale, nearly Insignificant woman i Peninsular Electric Consirnclion W. JIEIM. W. BROADWELL M. D., Phy.lclan and Surgeon' .

    goes to business to belp keep the wolf can he made quiet bqputlfui when ltrgl.tered Phurmaclatofllceln Vra Store. a
    from tbe door Is usually young, very she adopts a mystic gray or some Indescribable
    dull tone which gives but the COMPANYIS
    young and abe-hns Ideas about brightening COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY1IKIM
    the dingy workaday world faintest suggestion of color to enhance of West ,
    up row open --to the patronage of lobe public '
    sunbeam to the uufor what- nature bas already given ber.' < $ '
    and becoming a & UltOADAVELL
    Palm Beanh and vicinity.,
    'e' innate men who are plodding along tow Chicago N //WS._: Pruprletora.s r
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    *' 'a fortune In ber.0fD e. who died lately at Electric Construction of All Kinds. '
    Mme. Kulssavow.
    a With Ibis end In view she puts a bow behind Immense Burglar sad Fir.Alarm System a Specially.
    1., ber elaborate coiffure St. Petersburg left an t AnannelKtorM, Call Bella
    a Of rlbboo In and milque library of nearly 18,000 vol ALL WORK UVABAMTKEU. ,
    Dealers in Reliable Medicines aid Chemicals.
    _v' dons a soled allk waist and a trailing All of them written by women.The .
    skirt and proceeds on her mission owes On cell In Jefferson Block 10-18-tf
    : r with herself. En library In to be sold, and the hopeIs 1 ,
    satisfied
    thoroughly
    ya',t-' 'route she meets many older! and more expressed 1 that It women's may come college.Into the i P. O. 39'. West Palm Beach, Fla. A PULL t LINK or.., '
    possession some C
    wise women attired In clumpy '
    worldly
    :Perfumes, Rubber Goods
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    II Shoes, short skirts and plain shirtwaists 3 a CCC
    but she regards these pityinglyaq la Windsor Canada.'a young girl bas Toilet Articles Cigars and s

    .. grubs wbo lock esthetic Sense and been for lU years all' engraver of tomb- f ,)
    continues her! butterfly existence until stones. JIIss'Alice RlgK carves artistic and Stationery.... Tobacco I

    ,or.experience or her employer leads letters upon marble In. her father's THE TRAVBLBRS
    age her to the. knowledge that pretty fnl- shop enjoys the' work and looks mOlt 1-IU F4UI9 BLOCK, WEST PALM BEACR.4YYTYRT11TTYVYVVVTrttwnaYTTTVntFYntnVryyy.

    i, ', fall are, not for wear during business attractive !In her strange occupation. . yV..
    hours. but should< be reserved for evenings -NEW MANAGEMENT-
    t at borne when there are social Mrs. Ma ITU Ferguson of Los Ange- -- M

    o friends to be. Impressed. lea Cnl, has Issued tbe Drat Dawson It' .MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla. CITY MEAT MARKET .-.. "
    PI City Yukon and Alaska directory.

    Jioril.'s theBlack contains 000 pages and many valuable Electric Bells.Hatb, Complete Service. Florida and Western Meats, i'oiiltry, Came And Eggs. .
    I.- L "Sh:Vj.Nordlca\ spent some time In mining r aps. Electric Lights,

    fore t during the past summer Mail'Orders Receive Cartful Att.ntlon.ices ,,' ,' ;
    for her appearance at the lilts Maria A. Audubon, granddaogh-\ The Boat $8.0Q per day Hotel in Florida.
    e preparing '
    far 41f tbe Dew Wagner theater hit tap of till! naturalist, took part In the ,Jefferson Block, WEST PALM BEACH.'i .
    i opening Idnnlcb.i recent enrclsH'f when BbannonvlUe, Take/Cst at the Cuba Depot and ik the Conductor; to itooat the Traveler. l'J-1 ,-,- "

    t Jo'ber .walks (for she fp.o I laveterate Pa. cnnngvi its oam to Audubon.

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    r.. though opposed by a array same: sent to bereaved i I, 'IN.
    THECOUNTY THERS '
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    of legal talent, Attorney-General Lamar widow ; nlAo tbla copy be sent to our 'TROPIGAL! ;, : ,
    Jam R. O'Neal flied of prlMonttri Itoi-k \ !
    - ------ I Farm....................... .............. :lOn /so won for the !State.: official organ, The Carpenter, for publication \ .
    ..t, t((outlmu'd h''nilrHI\ page) 18. I). MI..ball.. (1rlmlo/l1 proe" .uutlon.! .. 'i !IIM The railroad; I company then carried ; also that a copy hu furnish 1 tbe tf
    'I'M. Baller" nil lo the case: to the Supreme Court of tin- local paper of our town Tar publica "
    7 iVllKoii, .. )Kilwnrdti;. Inntallmeiit/ T. J. Ru.aell" :'M HO
    lull .luillilInK. .............................. 121 00 J.A. Peat .. :/11 4OBuocb United States where it was argued l Home tion. Real Estate *
    tl M. I r.: (driilwr i (Inr*. h nclcuftx" .......... an noII. hoot .. 45 /no two months ago the court today hand W. K GI. NN. ) Exchang '
    ';I M King/ burial of two pauper.. 19 40 N.C.Jon...* TT 80 lug down its decision in favor of the U.GKOROK SUTTON Cox, )}\ Committee. '" ';I': "
    Noah,. inncH game warden and clNn. Dan Danlola .. wltn tag J..U.) .............. ........... ........ IDS 00 Tilcktir 1 I2O The case at Washington; Wad arRlledfot W' Sig ''METCAt I::" ", if', .>' ) ''I. ;,'
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    K. O. JUniilorMon meat fc''rpenthouse 0 IS Helen Thompaola" 1 :UO) I /\ :" ) .. :;; ,- Ma'O : ; :\ :!"'< '
    the SLAte by Attorney-General. Ia, \ ,\ ? ; ;' :
    lli'\'f .
    Jill> B. Rcll<>J. InntalllnK. vlectrlo Aleck FI..181I1On" 1 aoMr ,: \r : :\ : '.::
    v lights................ ...................... 48 50 *. 120 war while the railroad company wuu '" .' ,, ; ,, ''' '', '
    The are QF May, &d iooUnuen to burn I 1I. ,; / (, '"
    J. II MeQInlvj- Co., burial of Caroline Smith u 120 represented by Hoii. Jobn A, Ifender I. 'I'J'
    pan pur...... .......... ................. .. 10 00 CarrleJack.on BOIteua ti ((4. the ruins of the Mohawk block, on \ '; ,I :
    Max SlrkliiH. two comfort ............., :300r Jackson SO son; of Tallahassee, Hon. T. > Clark, the corner ot bay *nd \Marlfc,/ streets I 'i
    )r. J. n. fJilI'ulB Mod. nerrlco emit 1U M.Smith" O 70 of MoutiCtfllo, Ex.Attorney."eneral of TL1 Is factI11; i i. of Certified Abstracts of Title lurnisif; '
    a remarkable one
    a limit.......... ............ ................ 11 SO It.8. Flanagan 13" SO/ the United States Wayne McVcagb, and ; ,! '
    the wonderful things hat connect the J 1
    Walter Kttvhluut. Acct, 1C. Uotfiiifiu.. 16 00 Will Mauulnff i .. wltn.;..... (BO II'))); Frederick'" D. McKeuiiey, Aon of dreadful; l''' l lV' nJ 1 :!"| > V! '., I ,
    :)fur tDaltueLand Co., water, &,pt. .,Dornny 4'' 'BO Justice of United history of our city with Its moat .
    the States
    Oct. and Nov...... ............".".. 8 00 W. A. Hill .* 0* BOFnunlo SlcKeiiuey visitation, which" wilt ne tr be fdVgottenby I ," ',
    9 Dr. P. T. Bkaitg, prafnutunal Bnr- Supreme Court. s'1'' 1" 'I. 'd\,')?
    !
    HolinBU' (no those who here on that memorable 'l"
    were <
    f vises, prlnoner,,...................... IT 00 Bu..le Warren UOCha The suit has excited considerable interest Desirable >' 1 ,'"' '
    J T "Hn.ndur.., roo) ,.alary.................. 8tt 8(1( ) *.Adams i 60 not ouly throughout the State'of day. Investment TractsTruckFarming; ? \9i;
    .
    T. J. Hardeq T.commlll"lon....... 100 00 Sadie La pordon'of the Chief Sanitary Inspector Braxtcl has ': "
    It. M. King tatlonr.v.......... ......... 10 Tt(( L. Davis' *recoA .. 60 00 Florida, but over a large been atwork for several days In a" effort 55 5/ S' '
    well. It is of the few Lands f''
    A. E. Haywtr, e..Ilonteootlnlf bond 88 00 Victoria Barnard ,00 country one to terniituatd the foul udor tbatcODlinue. :' ;
    A. K Hey.er, salary and tmdrltM.... 04 88Rachel w instances in which II stale has won in a .: : 'i \
    ...... .. .. .. U. B.S..uodere.J. P. Bl 08 to come from the debris of the J
    Waldrou charity ... 5 00 case where the combined influences of ; '
    N. C Jones Bop. sheriff,01'1111.1'1'0. Uli ASu. "
    Dr. R. B. Pottor,Fred Meyer,pauper 1O OO .MoCueu.Const. 94: BBII. the railroad corporations; were wielded Mohawk block and this morning in the ,_ ,Pineapple Fro erties. :-: : : j
    Ellen rott..r0. two paupere........... 10 00 store formerly occupied by Messri. J. Rand .
    J. B. Glenn.bartt3".. ..................... A 00 K. Bryan, Crlm."Pros witness* 00 In opposition to the mate's case and the C. R. Tyseo,- grain was found slowly : :: .,\:.;:, : '.;, ,
    .
    Tropical! BUD. Ir-gal blanks................ Git 75 I \Vm.Jones .' 60 people's Interest.Attorney.Geueral. ,I : '''';' '';':'
    Jno. Frohock. Sheriff,Circuit Court : Addle S.7er"., .. 60 Lamar is. receivingcou&ratulatlODs gmouldertux for several feet beneaththe 'W e s Palm Beach LotsVacant 1'

    work-,....................................... 16T BO James Bood (10Delia and thanks from store floor.. The embers were hott :: :"':
    Merchant! 60StanleyMogat peoplein ,,,
    D. W. Moran,Cll'CuItCou" work.... 12 50 and an occasional flame would come ,
    a C. A. Smith BaJllfTCircuit Court>........ Ill 60 4 OO all parts of the State tonigbt.r.en.aacola from the burning heap. Mr. Jere S. \ .' "'J(.)
    ...... ....... Charity;" Brady" 60 and : .' '
    O.L.Chandler: iwc. salary 75 00 .' Improved.
    Oils Cotbrau" 60 who U the of the .
    10urDal.:0 Smith Jr., owner .., :"
    4 It.Cotbran, II II 4Q OO ,
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    Jno. R O'NuBl" Do* alary............... DO OO Gao 8.Adam .. 60 : property was .seen by Inspector Braziel, J\\(
    E. H. DlraU-k,Treasurer Conn., Out. J. B. Me01nloy"" to This Town Has Some Builders and.stated that be would have a line of Beautiful River-Front ':

    lest> to .tan. lit.. .. .................... a-13 71 Jaa.Stewart Preratt Brown! 1 60 SIO I hose laid to-day, and that a sufficient Prpperiiies aibn, ;
    11.n. Saundora, J. Inqueiit JefferIB Ex-Mayor Gove went to Ilobe. Sound
    tF
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    I4) ..J". .."........... .................. .... a :20 WtIIIaBlne. .. 1 20 Tueiulay where he is erecting a large amount of Water to completely extinguish Indian River Lake Worth '
    Y :Noah) Jones, Inquest Jnffwrle. ........... 8 4,0 Walter,. Brooders :1 I 30I the lire would be played upon it. :, '
    A.WIII.on" 60 resilience for Air. Snyder, the catsup JK * R. Loader. II juror TO It will be eight months tomorrowsince "
    i'f : D. McCuen 00 the big fire occurred and It I 1 it a and Bay Biscayne. \ 'lt
    i' Ed. Wallace '.' TO u will also visit Mnnyoa's Island, havfog !> ,I" ,
    .. Matilda Hall" 00 most extraordinary occurrence that the! '

    J.ViIt.Uanlel M.Rowley Uealoy Rotes. e..". e"" .e" TO TO TO Sam Tbere Yak being no.r further" business the 60 for Dr.prepared Munyou plaua, (the for famous a palatial' homeopu home. flames oils still burn.-Jacksonville. ,Metrop' Splendidly. Equipped? Hotel :well : : 7 'rflk;;i

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    B. B.Potter M. D. prot'n'l 10 00 Board adjourned to meet Feburary 4th j thist, and expects the contract for ', ,,
    ,Ci O''Ou trol1'f .. wltne BO 1902. building th"'same.-Daytona Journal. Furnished House to Let located open th": : ;
    K. .e ;
    BOBO
    Dnbonraey ,
    OBO W. LAINHIar, ,
    .. --.wLodge .1/ '
    W. !!among Chairman. We have tome: furnished houses to let

    t' E.O. S.V. Braley Fowler "te .... \" 80 BO E. C.DBAFCBOBN Clerk Resolutions. for tbe coming season At from $300 to and doing a paying business.

    c R. E. )McDonald Commlimloner and ..... I The following resolutions;; on tile deal! I $Goo each. Address The Tropical Real __/ '.; { ""

    lullo Re................... .......... ..... "6 80 P. Sheridan Estate Exchange for particular *
    Florida Is Now $96,000 Richer. I'of Brother Chas were :
    B. A. Belcher CommlBHluner and p -- --
    \z in Hun gu ..... ................. ......... .. + 40 .. adopted by Local'' Union No. 819 of'I KRIPPENDORy'S LADIES' SHOESat : .
    Jno. Newell Coin mUnlouer. and mllu- Tallahasseee Fla., Jan. 6-By a- decision West Palm Beach Florida,f an. 6,, 1903: : ANTHONY }Jaos.IMPORTANT. Write ,for what. you/want, (enclosing !stamp I ,) ,' "'" V--! : .., \1:1:*, ,.. rJ\

    ."- nee...... '" ............................. 4 00 of the United States {Supreme WHEREAS the AIl-wise Creator Sand us a description of any desirable; property,' uh&vetcit; : 'stleeei': :
    Geo. W. LalnhartCommlwlonnrandnill'aKii. Court rendered I has fit c I ,
    to State of Flor all well
    .. ............"...,..... ...... IT 20 : day.tbe Who doeth things '; seen "' ." : ,.
    ida wins the $96,000 railroad tax suit, call from midst this day, Brother NOTICE, \ tw.: ,
    :K.Ok Doarborn Clerk two day ."..... 10 00 to our : .' : :" ,' '
    Hoy""erARobbinsAttyutestingval. which Attorney-General W. B. Lamar Charles! Sheridan, to his eternal reward, : i I".,, ','\: ,' "".." I', : \ ,.' ,,11 l li' ,
    Itldy. of bond......................"... lOOt 00 has been pressing to such successful I who was one of the honored charter For l the l loformatton[ ;of.; local ""J't;; '

    :N. II. Munch,juror Inqueit W.Hatch TO Issue during the past twelve years of members of Local Union No. 8)9 of this The, Phoenix Fire Applian ::; :: S :.I',

    i J.L..C.n.Ilarrl Smoke, *" "" "" 6O TO his incumbency office. I place sportsmen' vlslt.on. and 'all others \,, {t ;i. :

    L I. Hardy u e 80 Tho case ia one of unusual interest Therefore Be It RESOLVED First, interested would be.well to cutout I: ..- : .'t.1 M.T, of (INCORPORATED: }) .:!'tiy;, '.\.,.. %.,?. .
    1 Whltby 6O and great importance to the Stale of That we have sustained a sad loss in the the following to ; i "
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    eicerpts paste '\ '
    W.B. Scholar "'. I GO \ :" ';" ./ ,; .
    Florida. The, suit was brought in the death of our departed and. lamented ..,,
    Zr.-'v" ,1'lf' \,. ," ,
    I
    L.J. Orlflla wltn" 50 the hat memorize ; '
    W. A. Patcan. .. I. 50 name of the State vs. the Florida Cen brother to which we humbly bow with 'in or otherwise Owners and Sole Hanufaotarar of.Ttis 1".f!)-. it t:;': ,:-
    J : 1y y : ;
    A. Oi tllultb" BO tral and Peninsular Railroad (SeaboardAir out a mariner feeling and believing become familiar with. "
    Z. Calender 60 Line) to compel the payment of that our loss is his eternal gain : ,> "

    J.A.W.J.Collln ArmnLead, ".. "" "* SO BO 196,181.69 in past due taxes which the Secoud, That not only has our Local The citizens and officers are determined Phoenix Dry Compound Fire .Extingu i; s, i'--; -"

    t road has steadfastly refused to pay. The Union sustained a sad loss but we :feelthat that each and every. one .' :
    The bills
    following were audited approved I 4 i';
    taxes are for the years 1879 1880 and !, all organized labor to which be of these laws shall be
    h and ordered paid out of the Fine rigidly..en- Patented April !25th, 1899. M.
    Joined himself has lost a staunch friend '. ? 0 .-'PI .,.A
    and Forfeiture Fund. 4881.The \
    forced so due- notice is ,
    cane was appealed three times and hereby e '
    A. Heytter Criminal Pro n IT supporter ; 4 iJl, /. ':iJ(
    ,
    John Frobuck" 136 SO from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Third That these Resolutions be put given. "'>.... ,0+ ,x', ,r.. ,I < """"""" '" ... .j t.7"' V" :,"'"J", ,_" "

    John Frobock 40420 Court of Florida and in each cane on the minutes of the order and a, copy ':,. j """ f f'' ""
    Frr.arne '
    Ming In Publlo )'1 and Selling ,' "
    W...,.n.to Mlnora.DlMClTiUQINO : ;:: :" : :( : : ; ::
    I T A. G' :, 'I3A1N A. <::>>-e 'f"i't'I'U. .
    FlRBAUUH PII8LIO.-Wbo "
    I ............ ... TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT"We over dlBchararMi publln IN btfchway, : ; ,-_'_ ':L., ,. ,' '..,,'J,r(
    on any or(a : "'.. V.' 'W'. ", ."
    \ ) "
    any unincorporated Tlllagu \ltbln..three ;: ::1' ". '
    l ( .m\\ II / l hundred yanlii. of any premleeaauy. flraarmi, .. .' :. > : 'f:'::

    6 I / without!the permlwlon from tlw.oiiciiptnt of Office in Schmid Blo< k "
    7J' Held premises, or In the defance ol life, limb or :
    property, shall bo puolnhtxj' by imprisonment ,r :
    1' not exceeding. alxty days or by a Dae not : ..,

    = "xceedlOIr nlt7 dollar.. W est Palm Beach II Florida : ?
    AN ACT Prohibiting; KlllfAK, Captnrlns' or
    Shooting Deer, Alligator Crocodile, l-1n.tr .
    may .. ''t'
    ;
    the'-: W.ter-Fnwl ov any Wild Bird (Except I
    .. are now located in ; Crow*).Within One nile of the Incorporated
    f. .,_ '>I Town ol W..t Palm B.tih. Florida
    Section 1. Anirperaon. or O\'fIooa1l-b08bail) All10rt KaIllmann The Photographer r : i
    \ kilt, Capture: or iboot any, crocodile, waterfowl or any wild bird (excaptlnit 4" P''
    Studio In Sctimld Block .. h
    Up talr .; f.
    I crow) wltblu one mlle of tbe con
    1 .
    h Block I poratloa Ituilta of tbe town of Went Palm 1 'r{..;
    Jefferson Beach, Dade County. Florida, hen be puniHhed 1-0-tf WEST PALM BKACII FLORI A.. ";."::j,
    ,on conviction. thereof, by One not ex ;
    feeding, one hundred dollar nor !lees than

    ii ten dollar day*,or nor by Itnprlnonment IIHIM than ten notexcemllnirninety day, or by J. B. '
    MCGINLEY I
    E I &
    both tine ftoDli ImprlHoament, at tbedlacretlon CO.HoHSSFurnishings ;
    c 3 1 of the court .

    Cj Hrs AN ACT to Amend Section igi7 ethe R.. v 4I
    ...... Statute Relating; la. Tra. ..*.* on .. Strictlv..Firat'C ,
    : {
    Farm.Qardeni,etc ss ..
    Section :1. That Section !3517 of the Re.
    C OUR STOCK OF viand. 8th tutee be no amunded aa to read a. .
    3 follow.: Section 3017. Whoever take and >

    E cnrrlra away from any fiirm,gurtttn.. ,ftrt! ;(. ..

    orange or lemon grove,nr.dryt! y;anT farm Draperies, Window Shades, So ",..
    prodncta vegetalqf. 11 or 1I0w.r. corn ,
    Ef J'S cq: >J b. talk, or from any(rlne. Wall Papers
    KN yard any crape of any money Talus without ,
    --f! X5IRlW1; : tbocooHent of tba owner or maoagurshall Wickers
    ,
    1 be punUhwl. by Imprisonment> not exeeeilln,, Japanese
    three month or by a floe Dot Kxweillna; fifty
    ..
    I 4011&1'.0" by botb such liaprlMininenfeline and and Enamel Goods 4
    at the fllacretlou of tbe court. .

    E Will be Ready for Inspection 3 en : Freight Prepaid Anywhere In Dade County :t

    .. 0a -
    > .,;':1 a.a -: Jefferson'Block WEST PALM BEACH
    $ = !. =* 11 A I-IT tr t.

    JANUARY 15. j .- ii B: eeoC i!! 0ii


    !f4 r ," ), .;; G.; W. S.BRLLContractor .

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    I' .' .. a !! 'ne f! = )II m and Builder
    W,,,) -a. p;; l'is m 1&0 n, ,
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    'rr ; 3i "" $.!.ga u ZI-: .f! WEST ,PALM' BEACH PXiOIlIl -
    ._ 1I"'C ru At ,
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    >- a .. .: :i! ba.P the erection and repairing of Buildings of all le '
    ;
    < 't
    \ bga :I'a .... :.II3 F"a "- .tlentten. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED

    Bt > ;r 1 OYe A' ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly ,
    : Anthony os. rl'U.x: U ioB ...: done. Reference given If desired.. .
    R _A U"' ,.. :. ---iIl leaidence' : H'el'nil1 '
    .. Street near Lake Front.
    I V p. o. :Box
    361
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    Palm :Beach West Palm Beach .;. Miami = = -1.! .. __ : 111cd

    r; r .-. 12 t /!; p'r, t'-rsg p. If 'if! ..;sX16 Lumber and Building Material
    bD .
    ;, .". : 1i- ;;;; 1 $ J u :;:: ...,.t .:
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    1 o .,uJ$ S u ::3 "'iI .. Everything: In the Building Line.
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    ANTHONY'S SHOES 3 ; a P '
    i -,.51 01"4 tO .-.. //II Lime Sash Nails :
    cIxfiJ 'rro f... ;
    '") ABK ,n "' 4. U ... i d.it.ri Builders .
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    SI iSXIX* .'cd= :kSu .e III :! oIC D House Orders a Specialty +.. Turned Work and Mill ,, { I

    .. .uuuu A...... ........... ......................... ..- c ip J III Work of all Kinds ; JfI'

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