The Tropical sun
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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: February 1, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00009
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[ : /:. l Hi rHf TKOPICfiSUH' -;0::/:,::: :] TOt. XVIII, no. 99. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1905. PRICES ,CENTS. W/ OLE NO. 1055



? Condensed News Paragraphs Pertaining People *s They t Come and Go. INVEST[ 'PALM BEACH ,\i,

to West Palm Beach; People Whom You Mayor '

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The Tropical Sun appears r today under many difficulties, and trusts that I Its;' Mr. Lou Nichols, of the Miles Orton Mrs. Emma Holbrook, of Atlanta, is unbroken week of diversions does,, long connected with Grnber's Opera

readers will\ pardon the omission! of much Interesting news matter which had beeu Show says be caught yesterday from the i I yUiting her cousin, Mrs P B. Everett, not often occur, In other than metropolitan House and the second.the Private Qeere k',

1 dock the Bant Side and will\ remain in the city for a month. lary of Mr. Joseph Jefl>rson. It U needless ;
carefully.compiled for this issue. on ,eight sbeepohead, cities, of }large population. But such

For the past several months a contract has existed between The Tropical Sun which in the aggregate weighed fifty I I Mrs. M. J. Whitmore, of Cambridge, .,1 experience: promised West Palm to saythat under such management, ,
there is no friction at public assemblies, y
pounds. The fish must have been whop. Mass. is visiting Mrs. B. Beach at her
J. : ,
Publishing Company and the Dean Publishing Company, by which the plant of i Whether the is Beach during the current week. as both of the gentlemen have thorough'j: j
pern. yarn "deponen pretty lake front home for the season
the latter was to furnish, the former with linotype composition. Ths! arrangement sayelh not." Monday and Tuesday, parading bands ly acquired the art of handling/ crowds.
Miss and her niece Miss
McIntyre a'
bad to all appearances given entire satisfaction[ to both the party of the first Mr. B. II. Waugh has sold his inter j Anna Watson, of Benton Harbor. Mich., of two traveling shows, which had arrived A. annouuced by the Carniv-il tbe-program d
for hour
today the rage began at :
part and the party of the'second'part. But- j' est in the store known ai the Palm Pharmacy have taken the Anthony lake front cottage as per announcement, occupied our : ,r
+ named 10 a. m. and the two races.cbed"' I";" ,
All things material have an origin and an end-And on the East Side to Mr. Chas. for the season. streets for a time during each day attracting uled for the forenoon were pulled of ) .

tl This "half-shell P. Singleton, on account uf, \ill health. Miss Mabel Bassett from crowds of and ; '
accounts for today's T.-S. a delegate/; large strangers Neither the entries nor the results could'j

il: Last night the management of tthis paper was notified by Mr. Dean that his The business will be continued by Mr Palatka to the State Federation of 'Women's citizens. Men, women and children; and, be'obtained in time for this issue The ]
't with Dr.
Singleton, together Dahl '
Clubs held In Miami last week "
.f!'I ";': : plant would not longer be able to furnish linotype composition, though be very New York who will have charge of the a night, hall and tent were filled with fact 'that the lake intervenes 'between.1, '
over in West Palm Beach for
sropped a crowds.. this city and the carnival headquarters \
kindly consented to give as a lift today. But.. prescription department. Mr. Waugh pleased if not delighted The "
fuw d."s. ou her return home, and was on'the other side renders the obtaining :II
At 1:30 p, m. the "lift had failed to materialize. will not resume active business for sometime the guest of Mrs. J. B. Beach Shows, like arabs having folded their information slow. j
t tentsand silently stolen Today,
W No ill-will harbored against Mr. Dean by the management, however, for it Mr. J. H Graham president of the avtay. In the afternoon at 3 ot :lock then wail I },
WedDesd Inaugurates great water i
is realized that he has troubles! of his own. Let it suffice to say, for the benefit of Although not as many boats ai were Graham & :Morton: Transportation Co., carnival which has been widely adver the cabin motor boat four mile contest
r .f. expected would go to Palm Beach today is in the brief visit to his family for the Joseph! Jefferson and at 8 "..'l' m.
) readers and friends of The Tropical Sun, that as soon as arrangements can he attend'tbe city on a Used, and to which the attention of the cup :30 ;
to races betfiniof tbis the illuminatedPrize ,
who the Heckert cottage. o'clock evening
perfected this paper will appear in a bright, new dress and will\ continue to per. there to morrow,got away hough several The, extensive occupy business of the company sporting world i,.directed.A parade will take place. "
form its mission as the leading county paper of Dade. went this morning them being large audience greeted ,
Se, up among conducted by Mr. Graham demands The scene on the water front of this fi
House each I ,
the night
at Opera
the Isaak Walton, with Mr. and Mrs. most of his time. Hence his stay here city today is both beautiful and (nnpirring.
and it is safe to say, that no one left, on t
Peter Raveuball, aboard; the Janette covered with 't
will be brief. ; The lake is watercraft
Shot. Motor Boat Race Course.The occasion dissatisfied. In the conversations
Accidentally either
with Messrs Hood and Isaacs MissTline
moving about like things of life A,
Dr. H. M. Cram niss and his interesting hits some ,
It is difficult to conceive of an injury course for the races will be Ileerltne, and Mr. Richard Ravenhall here were many good and others resting at anchor-all variably ,
daughter: of Orlando, Fla., are in the city some of them local that "brought down t
i more purely accidearal than that which eight miles south, in the -center of the and Mr. and Mta. A. Hullman, son and and beautifully decorated. The program .
visiting relatives and taking in the Car- the house." The dancing was good, the
accurred to Mr Tony Lopes Mondaylast. lake, with three turning buoys at either maid; Mr. A. G. Hull man and Miss H. nival sights. Dr. Grannies has been longa music, bolh vocal and instrumental excellent for; tomorrow will\ furnish other exciting '-. ik

The man, who is one of MrRiegel's T. Winter aboard their cruising yacht. and iu the of his contests and, without doubt the;- 4Zcrowdslready
young end., For the sarety rUle public With tbe other bouts goathrii citizen, Florida? city and ,the tumbling and acrobatic '
efficient clerks had occasion to ready esteemed large, on both sides -of .
all boats not competing are requestedto residence, there is no one m ire feats, splendid
go Into the back room of the store for a keep on the east apd> west shores these MIAmi events.-Mlaml will\ be fairly well Metropolis represented at personally and professionally. Fin Chief Orton'a Bin Show, in which ponics.. and the lake, will be greatly I Increased".Towitness '

bottle of medicine, or other fluid, and In Cheathatu relative is entertaining the the day's contests.
of the lake. Do not cross the course dogs were the main attraction, supple.
j'' order to it had to reach to the Rex "Flint Kote" roofIng'will stand Dr. Grannies is at the This morning before the races! began:,
get op I as,some of the boats ere so fast as to daughter. a guest mented by necromancy, anakecharnieg, ,
shelf on which it waa. In doing so a make an accident possible. the test ot time better 'than shingles Patk Cottage mind reading fortu.ie-telliog, etc., was the Challenger gave a free exhibition of 1
4 .1' tin, at half the money. Ask for a her speed by a spin down' the lake over '
38 caliber .loaded pistol was dislodgedfrom The Palm Beach Power Boat Ass'n fairly well attended, and those who were :,
shelf from which'it was sample. HatchettDaCamara'Hard a whole or part of the course. She ex-
the wall or
Fred that the exhibition was
Sterry, Sec'y.MOTOR Sporting Authority Is Here present, say
dompaay. cited both the wonder and admiration of '
banging, and fell to the floor. Instantaneously BOATASSESSOR'S ware moral, interesting and, in many re.
of Prominent among the arrivals during the large crowds who witnessed her rapid
there was One
a report. both
Hartford tires |3 each new rim and spectsInstructive. The attend voce at

w h, the cartridges was discharged, the ball, hf week, registered at the Royal Poin- of these functions would, have been larger and phantom like movement.
NOTICE. pokes $1. At druber'a. Iw
r after through the large bottle of proprietor of Intervals. Flags are afloat -In many parts of the
,passing "* clan, is Richard K. Fox, had their visits been at
fluid striking the posterior of the right I will be at the following points When you buy bread why not have the Police Gazette. lIe takes a keen in. Simultaneous exhibitions! a small city city different nationalities. Suspended'
in contact glaii- on he dates named for the purposeof the best The splendid reputation across ClematisAvenuyouoneline,leadIng -
and coming
forearm, erest in the motor-boat races, and will ike this, are "too big a boo; for a young
cingly with one of the bones, was deflected assessing Dade county taxes, real Majewekl'a bread is making for Itsejf from C.W. Schmid's Merchants hotel 1yr j a
remain here until all the events finished colt.
and personal Is duo to the care taken in baking. It
: four Swiss American, Italian '
and are flags, ,
from its course, upward, Is always the best; 1U quality can not Mr. Fox, during\ the last thirty The managers of the Auditorium, erroneously carnl-W
considerably higher up than the Boynton February 1, 2 House- and Spanish At this writing the
lodged be excelled. Try It. years. has donated cups medals and oth- called Zapf's Opera JJMi.I '
of entrahce.Notwithstanding. Delray February 3, 4 this first named'IA val promises to meet expectations. ''l"\;, ,. i,
place The Realty Mortgage Company of er trophies in every,,branch of sport, and i ire Sanders & Kettler. ,
: the most peslstent ef Boca Ratone February 8Deerfield West Palm Beach Fla., baa an abundance he has spent over {30.000 in tbis way to 1

fort, the surgeon failed to find the ball, February 7 of funds'to loan farmers n9tt ana men In ExampleMr.
promote encourage young A Good
and Mr. Lopez was take home. Those Pompano .. February S A new line of Rambler and Dayton the athletic world. He Is accompanied Pioneer Visitor.

ti who witnessed the ,operation speak in Lauderdale ...... February 9, 10 wheels Just received at R. B. Porter's by his son, Charles J. Fox, who takes an Among the pioneers visitors to. the Geo. G Cnriie, aa agent of Dr; t',vMnayun

the highest: terms of the endurance and Danla February 11. Olive street. active part in the famous publishing Lake Worth! section of Dade county, but has had the vacant space'ibc9;

nerve with which Mr. Lopez bore the Hallandale February 13 is tween Narcissus street and the lake/1
hluseeatabllsbed by his father. Tuesdaywas who is now on his first visit to Miami, *
protracted probing, entirely unaided by Fulford February It ATr; Wm. 8. Crane, of California Dew shore north 01 the Park, and in front of'.
with Thomas
Md. suffered for from rheumatism spent Sir r, the A.
years Mr. E. E. Clark, au engineer on
anesthetics of any kind, he having refused Little River.. February 15. 10 and lumbago. He was finally advised on Lake Worth duck shooting and the both hotels, cleared'oft, and the debris

to consent to theiruse. Lemon City February 18 to try' Caaraberlaln's Pain Balm, entire party being expert Shts.the ducks C.. L Ry-. who Is now laying off to recover removed or burned.

', Mr. Lopez sustained some slight cuts Cocoanut Grove February 20, 21 which he did and It effected a complete lad small chance of getting away. They from injuries received a short time The improvement thus made in both i

>on the face, made evidently by the .pec- Larkln February 22 cure. This liniment is for sale by returned with the record bag of the sea- ago by his "old horse" stumping hi. toe the lake and city front !2s very great,and

,ular of glass, and it is possible! that the Cutler '.. February 24, 25 all druggists and medicine dealers.'Piedmont" ou-over thirty clucks. Charles J. Fox and going into a ditch near Tampa. should incite others whose improved or

change!: of direction, caused by the ball's Silver Palm .. . ..February 27 I ( wagons one and two la an expert In the art of Jin Jetsu the Of the accident Mr. Clark has little to unimpioved lots .re an eyesore, to'go'

t first striking the bottle, saved the young Miami .. ,, .'. Feb. 28 to April 1 horse, $15 to $70. Made for service. apanese'syntem of self defense And bean say except that be bad a most miracoulous aud do likewise. DrMunyon'.lotthus'made
least prevented the Infliction Hatchett-DaCamara Hardware Com escape from death, but of the con- attractive, yields no income so
man's life, or, at NOTICB. easily? dispose of a man twice bis
wouad PERSONAL pany.For. iltlons of the!: East Coast section us he incurred la it
of a much more serious size and weight by a few of the tricks that the expense clearing
than that he received. The law' requires evey property I Sale. To Rent, Boardlng.Furnlsh- book the iuds them to day in compartsion to"that ia solely in the interest of the citizens l
lIe bas published a on subject
legal representative of the 'ed Rooms and'Rooms To,Let cards at of 'ago he cannot be too
that efforts "or twenty years and visitors. There other
afternoon owner, are
It wa! said Monday I The Tropical Sun office. by M. Ohasht, of Tokio, Japan, that has
t to remove the ball would be resumed owner" to return, all property: real,and created a sensaltan. It has been in use specific:o'r pronounced '
? Tuesday morning, but Dr Riegel personal) on blanks furnMhed, ft-r that I Samson of windmills weather. They mane work you while Independent by the police department of ;New York twenty years ago that I ,visited Lake lation of weeds trash and ,other debris

states that Mr. Lope Is doing: well and purpose by the Assessor (these blanks you sleep. Bee sample In our window. City and is now being tried'ali over the Worth" said \Mr.! Clark, "and I tell you offend public taste and beget the impression

r that unless the necessity for doing so will be sent by mall to all applicants, We have a special price tor 80 days. country in the police departments.U 1 did not think much of it or its future that some of our people are devoid

should appear later, the wound, will\ not who fall to 'meet the assessor, on receIpt Hatchett-DaCamara Hardware Co. hen. I made the trip down from Jacksonville of public spirit.

a be disturbed by further efforts to locate ''of postage stamp) between tha D. C. Elects Officers.At on a little schooner' engaged in It Is the purpose of the mayor to havtt1

and remove it. Fortunately, lead Is not first day of January and the> first day NOTICE.The the special meeting of the Fanny bringing fruit to and from this wild aect30 these eyesores removed, and person
and 'its which looked to me to be about the of lachez in tbis important matter
the tlasnes such
If guilty
usually Inimical to of April of each year. persons East Coast Electric LtghtPow laralsoo Cordon Chapter of the U.; D. C.,
often lnjiflamatlon. nearest to notning of any place or section are likely noon to find themselves
does not cause to return their very
mere presence or their agents, fall er and Ice Co.;: wishes to call the attention held Monday afternoon at the residence
''Y. Thousands of men are car* I bad ever 8een."Comparlllg under arrest for violation of the crdi-
property for' as required by of all persons using current, to of Mrs. W. P. Hatcbett the following '
in their tr then with the present, trances of the city, with an Invitation of.
rying leaden balls persons law the Assessor Is commanded to assess Article C, of the rules and regulations officers were elected for the ensuing year:
and have never one can the more appreciate the great mandatory import to appear af the May-
ceived many years ago It as "unknown. of the company, which read as fo:* I President, Mr. F. B Everett. First Vice- and transformation, and where I -
them. Mr. Lo- or's court.
?, 'rtfyeen inconvenienced by It Is not the legal duty of the As- lows.:. President, A.P Anthony Corresponding: ben existed vritbing but wilds.. and forests -

/ pea" early reoovery is desired by, numerous sessorto) examine the records of the "No. 6. Consumers are not permitted I Secretary Mrs. Chas. B. Kendall. Re which and then settler's home
now ,
Hartford tires at wholesale. R. B.
frienda.Everything county for the purpose of ascertatrlus to use the current for any purpose nor' cording Secretary, Miss Leila Anthony; I find today rich pineapple groves, tomato -

In the-'printing line al\ the ownership of real estate in order In any place exceptas* gpoclfleiIn fall Treasurer, Mrs. E. H. Dimfck. HistorUa, fields handsome: homes, and the Porter's, Olive street.

The Tropical Sun, and all'work executed that he may assess the property to agreement; and 'th f consumer will be Miss Virginia Crutchfield. thriftiest and most energetic peopled '
but It Is the"duty of held other business transacted. The "Sermon by the Devil. So* ;Itread -
In the very neatest and latest Us legal owner; responsible for any damage occurrIng was have found in any part of our State. The
owner, If possible to regular February meeting of the chapter' It. At Idner'a.
style of the art every property to any transformer or other change ia. .most wonderful and gratl-
meet the Assessor at the appointed appliances of the Company, by reasonof will be held next Monday afternoon at fiylng." .

FOR RENT.Completely' : place and time or at his office> In the the use of more or larger lamps, or 3o'clock. at the home of Mrs. II. LHlllier. Mr Clark is. accompanied by Mrs. i business Prettiest cards line etc.of ever office seen stationery In city.,

house In Miami and,, return his In Increasing the designated .
cottage} court anyway Clark; and tbey will remain Indefinitely, .
furnished new. The Tropical'Sun.Uo
and bath on lake front, property. This I respectfully urge all service without first obtaining permission Furniture or until such time as he is again recovered -

south four rooms of town. Apply to E. W. Burk- property; owners 'to do, If the property from the Company for such in- New' Company. ''sufficiently to take charge of his to it. B. Pol'tert.Olive street,, for

holder,. West Palm Beach., owners will co-operate with me, I hope crease." The East Coast Furniture Company Iron steed Miami Metropolis."The the famous Hartford Urea:

"" the result will be mutually atisfao- We partTcularly roquet you and all with Mr. A. 1,. Hangh as man gerhuopened

Ladles' visit Cart Schrebn1 k's of lad B- 'tory. Others 'Who may read this notice to a furniture business in MrIIaulIb' Ladles' Boiaaf., Carl'Sehrel- R. B. the-well Olivestreet :
sear and eee the flae display Tax Assessor Clematis nJck's new store on Clematis avenue,
Gee O. wi.h'a corner '= Avenue
embroideries.. notify us at any time you may : bicycle man. has'a new line of.
les' furnishings laces. values la ladles'-fur .
: Box 487. Ct'eat
.etc. Next >door to Burkhardfs store, p. O. Address. Miami Fla. change'made. It will cost'you but the and Folncetta street. Both the 'building nishings.Calller'a. Dayton aad Rambler bicycles< and tock will be enlarged a. the demands
Clematis avenue. unlimited time and 'materlal'and In some ease or rent ,
sup. of the business require. If I is the
We hare a practically It be too small a" matter to makea : Swiss' 'Milk'Choc late.
IOIUU.tI0l11c may purpose ,, of the company, whose means,
AM tanners desiring the. Reap.Mort1IIIP fly of fund to loan to farmers. 47Itkiiage'CorapaWst'Patar'Beaoh charge_of. Jall-lm : .re:ample to adjust their stock, ''as to Something 'In' town 'Is "Milk Tor ,eetlmatea/ "on 'plumbing work, baU't

-ad4re8e.or call on. Bea.ch.F1a.. ; : ;; variety, quality and'.quantity', ,, to the Chocolate" Just Imported from' Switzerland Cia'the'. Hatchett-DsCamara'Hatdwir.

t alsf'Daech.Company':n.,'West'. Palm a9" Fla DUtti" All 'th."l&te.t* magazines'at'a l'idneri1: needs of the traded by Broadwell Moore.. Company: ,.


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v I : f}' fir' WiaT PALM ....aH.OADI COUNTY. "'1ORIDASUBBORHTIOWPRUJK Mr. '''Slier, corner druggist:, bad bad SIRKIN co '

:: ::;::=.:-. ---- -=--='-"'. parcel boys; end soda fountain boys for I
I years, and be had always pursued a
t : .l.OO PER YEAR. -
\ certain policy with them. Ills idea I
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was not to them knowtoo, much. -- ""- '

It kr;;(X.\ ''Tropical Sun Publishing mP'y. lie "ftrguca tbttt a. knowledge of drugs Ii .' '
r klV j ** li, and chemical" made a t boy cooceltod ,I i '". '\" "
; h i /MCHAS.; B. KENDALL; Manager. Young Men'sCorrect \
; :." and that soon after the\conceit made ', "

',. Its appearance a rl1lse'ot salary would ".. rI .'
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,. :: '."1 at the Poniofltc/ ol Went Paul Bench be demanded \
.. SRarFOUd.claaamatter. One day. bowt'vt"r-ont" day when the I I p -m tl rl'1fI
; Clothes 1r. ;
,. = .---- ------ --.. Drat demand uf the season for bot soda i :, : : "

( t WOMEM PRISONcRS. came In-Mr, Slier I put up a Blnof ) ; .. ;: ; .' 'Wholesale Retailers; of Hardware ., tr 1 I {
jl df"" "Hoy Wanted" and wondered If he i ,,
1,4' h'h
',:tv'' ''I."" 'J Pij a are now five negro women, Bliouldn't adopt a new policy. Tbere FEATURE WITHUS WEST ;PALM': BEACH.'l. ,, '. ", ?' .-1' ,". FLORIDA,. \

I Ic of the lowest type confined 10| I theta was a vague fear tbat be budn't given, I .. "
the boys a fair show and the more bethought I I.. I ,' '. .' ..
ta 9 Dade county jail under day Henten-, of It tbe more It troubled him. j'II ,, .,. ., '

1 ceH. In the jail they are an idle expense : Dozens of boys came of course If and Tailored Faultless I .. ..J "/ ; .' .", -11r
'flirt Whenever a druggist puts out a sign .. :
4 '
the ,
and nuisance to county.Jail '
of "Boy It means licorice, PIT

n' life, as conducted here and pl"e- sweet flag, cough drops, rock candy / Exquisite "WorkmanshipUnbreakable r .
and lots of other to the -'
good things .
It where Florida, has no terror for : successful applicant. I Shouldersat I ,

this class of u.ornls. Their life i is Mr. Slier selected one boy above all .. .
others-a boy who looked bumble and ,
one of sleep, eat and be merry. In
enduring, but whose ears proved that Very Low Prices
this they are happy.. he had Judgment and discretion. When S

But why should they be kept in he bad been engaged at $I per monthto t.o
tend tbe soda fountain for( tbe winter i We also Make ClothesTo _
",'' jl\il1 If the ol'fl'II.e;. is not-eutficien the druggist called him! into tbe 1 'iI ,
iI' wt to send them to States prison, let back room and keyed bis voice to the Ordr ,
\ confidential} pitch and Bald: -
tbe county camp be provided for "Horatio you look to me like a senlble Fall Hats

their incarceration, and let them boy." (<>-O-O-O-O-Oo-o-o-o-<>o-q

6 w 't "Yes sir I am" was tbe reply. We show the New Shapesin I Why.No.t
J work oat their sentences the. slime ,'I believe I cnn trust you with the Stiff and Soft Hats j JCURKUAUIJ'l"S Wrat Paint Beach.January ar905 V

_ # z as tbe men. Let them dig rock and little secrets of the'trade." ,

I; P1 Ott I build roads, and let the servitude be "Yes."People sir.will you come can." .In, Horatio, and THESIRKIN. Eat Launch and Sailing PartiesAre

of sufficient severity to make prison ask for pure sirups and pretend to be '
? very worldly and knowing. You will ) all the more enjoyable if there is a bite to eat aboard. st: life dreaded end despised. instead of
__ always have the purest sirups on hand, CO. Faber Bros'BREAD how tbe fresh air will lend. yon an appetite. '
courted, f.lnd'there will be lens of and be ready to swear to It." r <

iPl their from day to day Mr. Slier winked at the boy. and Jefferson Block We have' Jots of nJ'e tbinfcb, just right for the occasion and readyto
i yI appearance after taking time to think It over, the *
y' : C tn tbe courts of justice. boy returned the wink and murmured I West I'nhn Reach, Florida ? eat on the spot

f. "Dade county is growing, and ere';,I that be wasn't born the day before. L There's Crackers Cheese Potted Chicken, Ham, and Tongue
I "And I want to tell you particularly ; Beef Hash Minced Steak, Ham and Veal Loaf, Baked Beans, Imported

1 f v many years this clues of offenders about bot soda," resumed the druggistas ._---- --:' and Domestic Sardines, Club Cheese, Kippered Herring Cooked Ham,

1 will be prevalent in such numbers be felt that be was doing blng.: "There Is a difference/ between
I Chamberlains, Stomach Relishes-In fact the list is too large to mention all. Come in and
tbat the jail cannot hold or the officials hot soda and cold soda. I never told use and ,

}s handle them. Start now with any of the otber boys, but I feel that Liver Tablets for indigestion and find Baked fresh day look over' the atore. You'll be surprised bow cheaply and easily ;you
I: can-trust you." that they suit my case better than any every can take an enjoyable loach with yon, and no cook to bother.

tl making them work the public roads "One Is hot: and the other Is cold," dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried Delivered promptly at. '

_ and let the! news K out that when said the boy after some deep thinking. and I have used ma.ni different/ *eme- house '
"Exactly my son. A hunk of ice your '.
dles. I am nearly fifty-one of
they go to prison they po there to makes one cold and' hot water makes age and ..have Buffered a great years deal L. w. BURKHARDT ..Finest Groceries

j f*i' :':,li'I,: earn their liberty by toil and pain the other bot. Never In all my drugstore I from Indigestion. I can. eat almost
X X X.
life have I told one of my clerks t1r1t will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.
? and not by laying up on a palate of anything I want now. Oeo. W. Em-
that carbonic acid gas was the life of
"- ory, Rock Mills, Ala. For sale by all
ease, and the lees!! trouble and number soda water, bit I'm going to tell you. oQoo
druggists and medicine dealers.
,'p''i It.s what makes tbe fizz; you know.
of their kind will we have in our TRY
"Tbe gee-whlz-flzz, murmured the Leave your orders at The Tropical

; midst." boy."You Sun office for all kinds of engravedand
Tbe above well taken will sell bot jiodo. It Is hot ; ...................................................C. s
points '
pre and
stationery visiting
?y water soda There Is no carbonic acid monogram

p: 1 S L; by the Miami Metropolis gas; in It It la plain cheap hot water. cards. .. \ X i H. L. HILLIER i

The itself do but not one mini In ten thousand knows
query presents why .
1. T* VnQinley, undertaker and embaalmer .
it lIe culls for hot soda under) the !Imres8lon .
IL ,the facts exist., stated by tbe Metropolis > (lint he's Kolnjf TO get enough West Palm Beach Fla. Faber B ros. .. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ..

I h ? It is. not the opinion of gas to run n miwtulll for n week and .
he goes away ll.inUins. lie's l been loaded Clematis Avenue : TOBACCONISTCigars :
of the writer, that a like course, as up. It's alt deception' ui.v tinnr-one C. A. DUPONT'S .'

to female culprits, is pursued in the of the little tricks of the triulo. 1 giveit Heats and Groceries : Tobacco Cigarettes Pipes Etc. Etc. :
't 1 away to*yon that you miry feel tickled .
other counties bf the stale. It is bait to death all the time but on :.... ---C CANDIESoQ. '
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not recalled that the law discriminates your life you must not betray me. Livery and -
"' "Later on other and greater secrets : A FULL LINK OF LOWNBY'S CELEBRATED CHCCOLATES .
..li as to the extent or mode of will follow but this Is enough for the .
present Come and to work tomor- NOTICE Co'* Soda hunches Order SeasonIce
punishment as between the sexes. go : Sale Stables ? i Ice Cream soda During :
and It will
row morning depend entirely -
t If men can be made to do public Special Meeting of Stockholder : Cream
upou yourself whether you lose CK, PALM KBACHIf : 4

work for like offenses to those' of your Job inside of three days or even- HASTINGS, FLA. Speelal stockholders meeting of the I :rrrr.erao. .......................................... r

s which the referred to have tually become the thriving and rotund Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Assoc!
women proprietor of this corner establish- Can supply anyone on the East Coast ation will be held at Its office In Del-
+ been convicted, there is no apparent ment. with
( ray Florida at 7 OKOKOKoROatoKOKOatoROStoatoROKOiso>toko5soisois0k1oS1otlois0kso
r-d,. p. m., Saturday Feb- OV
The boy was on deck: at an early
ri'' legal reason why tbe women may hour, as all new boys are the first day Horses, Mules Harness ruary 4, 1906 called for the purposeof o W .

\ not. Cruelty to prisoners, whether and be was inducted and Initiated Into considering propositions to amend .
G. G. Strohm o S
"male: or female, should not be the mysteries of tbe soda fountain. Single or Double their charter. V o Company?
\ .. After an hour's labor the use of tbe First. To enable them to establish o

'i,m' practiced, nor is it permitted by law. various levers springs ratchets faucets Buggies andWagons and conduct a canning and preserving V o 3o .,

1)' And, if the female prisoners in the and balance wheels became plain busIness. i, Iftc FHMILY GROCERIES i
C 1.I to l tym, and the man who called for
; i I jail at Miami, are physically unable the first glass of hot soda took him for Second. To Increase the amount of 2If .. -o ,, .
veteran. AT REASONABLE PRICES Indebtedness fort which'this Association ;
'L to do outdoor manual labor, there a o
,. f For the first half day 'all went well. may, become liable, to an amountIn Fancy Food Products I r
I are lighter services they can render, Tbe hot soda went off with a rush, and Write him at above address proportion to( its Increased capital o ,

l c ,, neither cruel nor unbecoming to every drinker went out of the tore I ization. ITo t ...
feeling that tbe gns was lifting him off/ By order of the president Grain and \,
... woman na _such, wbich they might his heels. Horatio enjoyed the situation E. M.\ BKELSFOJttD W. W. Blackmer, V Provisions .1I

h '" ., be required to render as a substitute !- immensely, but It suddenly occurred Sec'y Fruit and Vegetable > Growers o : I
In '" to him that it was all one sided. Association Ito
i for the life of indolent ease they '
i When you beat a man and he doesn't ;
: Oita
y: .1{i. now live know It. there isn't much hilarity In PALM BEACH.. FLA. tto
rD > behind his back. It would bea i West Palm "
} laughing Beach Florida. tg't'!
1 A thought incident to this subject Notary Public. Cottages to'Reo
if the other
good deal funnier fellow Fancy Indian River Oranges o. -1'11fO' 0 "
; It! is, that in, perhaps, a majority was "put on," and Horatio soon put Olllce,South roluolnna. Hotel of keohoTSOkossolaotao>,oisokso+so7soLCiaolsOt.o7ioSro7ao7/o31os.0itots0lsnl
Wholesale aaul Retail
f1 blm there. ;i:
cases, men convicts urn such because "
'., "What dye think yer gittin'?" he Poultry and Eg( Dobbins' Q iggs' -- (
I of their relation to the class of queried of an old baldbead wbo bad T. J. CAMFBEEZ.J Bread fresh every day ...

i ,' women referred to"- by the Metropolis. just downed a glass and was mentally
t', estimating the gas pressure at a hun- Jam-TIp-To-lTow
0 dred pounds to the square inch. r. J '
A. 5'
I == =----= "tlot soda of course," was the reply. Sold byBROADWELL
t : ,I Governor Browen), so reports "Feel the gnu worklu' ,
"In great shape. You seem to have a SHOEING GENERAL Olive Street West Palm Beach,Fla "
j j r any, is going to try aDd fulfil) hiselection big bend of It on." ,

'?1 promise! them be- "That's where you are left. Ha ha, REPAIRING AND g DeaSir. p"::
;;fTv among: tb* llfih'rat bar roared Uoratlo. "It's nothing but PAINTINGWAOONS ::rJ:::'..... I lnual .. .
,; ; ; plain hot water, and the gas is all I iu GEO. HASLEHURST & SON '
mm-S ''
your eye.
r "Boy, '')n't you fool with me!" BUILT TO ORDERClam.tl. -Contra ctortand.Builders Safety Razor' \
;t lands from tbe railroads. ", and others oO
,. warned the old.man. ---- P. O. BOX will ontlralrdbixil II. A.meaa.i
Ay.., Wait 0 road 304 J ......with nu r.ndllym. tII.b ... ,
i' the lie "And don't imagine
succeed are S
,' : to State. might you yon going .d".h..vd. Mnunlf.. TN.iII
p to draw any saw logs to mill with hrtto Haiktj H..... ta 11-& H_.. ,". .
:'I. t S! 1 rir and he might not: but it he endeav that ,- ..... Iehn.tw..imk.aadoobIo..j(! DEALERS st
gas. Kodol Dyspepsia Care 101"" ....t"ln ..paper.tump.red. and 11'1
ors to carry out all his election promises The first three or four customers let Goodrich tires, all prices and qualities .1_banlua-d bJ''0.' pr00eu.a than; '
r Dlgonts what you eat,. ..to mew diamond. qua to grind .
S Into the secret took: the boy as a"fresh" at R. B. Porter's: Olive street k them Ewib bliula. ..
\ he will have done something ? sir ton leS
I\ and let It at lhlrt. .porrno..ha.eL ]
go that but after Cua and j A
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11' that other of Florida awhile he bold of
no governor got; a man who '' pmt from u>. t'wtoq.hawinx tb.a
'\''k\ or other State ever .did. Such walked down to the rear of the store 1 wl.h to In Form fiver(xiraon within\ ...neh..d.ed : + 4 "'N"cS Aiwa raady
uny and shouted at the drngglst: "v mll..t Treat Palm lieach. ,thnt I i .p ,7 ; i".JY1c .icinciJ

__ .i.J little things at promises along J; with "So that's your little game, la, it- Jowelry im hula+to tn ri At pitlr your your oyoaHith watchoaolooka a|>cetHlua or )" or Ilonlnfi ,

- I Ili y hundreds of "friends" II I leaving out the gas? If r want hot wt.ter fly trluwMw: and to Mil you anything you A Tea cannot out. loarmlf or(all te ft .:
many are I may want in my bra I ale hot a "wintervlaitor *l..rcran.ir. amooth. a. "'.'.onor"
I cnn get it at home, and If I oweyou ;...
bills reulttont a ,.
a' generally forgotton by the average anything,send around your bill an party owner in Lade: Co? and imrfectly. pro raIKnnibl0 Whaa ion ACIll.t hamaanleaab laata for ofb.roan.' .

tFl' governor and politician aa soon ua soon as you please." to tran¬ for with any me.bunir Waujhe..M you and may jewelry have p t e .we will...!.>.TOO II.ala Mara. now to pladw.n and and
Then Horatio was called into the ,In need of repairing may bo nun t by renUter- r ........... at no ecat to pod
n ; in office. Miami Metropolis. ed mall or expretm. 1 will examine auu report ; rl Twain' additional .
he fans gotten back for another talk. blade*at Boa.Inttl
I coat by return mail-If the price la notatlftfHotoryr emll Good3.
,rti It didn't last long and It wasn't con- i' you can order the gouda returned l 1 0.11 and examine the (l1I's..
__ =-=__j fden.tlnl or hilarious. Mr. Slier simply ,,without charge. 110..10., .<1 twenty It will/ ems roo nothing te ae U. '
year experience with umenf the bouthuiiiwe
took him by the ear and said: In New York and Raltlmore lz '\ .
When blllloys try a dose of Chamberlain's yearp howl Watchmaker and 0ptlalagfortireenleaf .
"Horat'o.' we must part Take this In A CM b, Co."Jachonme. .,
Stomach knit Liver Tablets kind remembrance of a druggist wbo Tome facuonght" to baauniclent awnrnce -
__ ri' for quickly aflrstclaaa that t nniluratand my tnutneu and
S and reallza once pow ; departed from his policy; cnarantee satisfaction In very..... ,
45 + t up-to-date jnedlolne will correct And when Horatio got outdoors n.
the disorder. For sale br all drug discovered that be bad been kicked.

1 1 YS4 sisU and medicine dealer M. QUAD. .,Jefferson Block_ West Palm Beach SUBSCRIBE FOR THE. SUI. ,

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'; [A .Treasured Image. EvervbodsColumn ,
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Berth* waa, dead, and King iCopyrl: ht. 1904, by: C. B. Lewis.]

Oarl, bar husband, wa plunged In The brigadier general was a great :

,l deeps tat grief.' It was weeks) before the, liokur player, and be bad been cleaning / '

pbseQ\"were euded. Then:,the king set out the culoivola! and majors and cap'taine '\ II;
la bout perpetuating; ,. beloved wlf', In great shape. Some of them : ) 'f," '
: \ !J < ,
'Image in bis baart.. He called together were. ''old. lands'at the game, but for : I', '.''h" ; *. *'

$he' ,arttats lot 'bin 'VhutOom and told every dollar they won they' lost tic>. I \ .,,. ', i'

|th m' whosoeyt111 would 'nit u portrait tt ''wouldn't; do to come out and say :,"f' .
big queen: by \VhJi.li' ."? "i-nuld remember I I. ,I. "
jot that the brigadier! was1' a card sharp,, 'ff.
her slit11... abouM) be i
| a* en- ,
but' nen shook thcjr heads and wondered ; ; ,
'o&ble\1 and on 'estate given' hIV>4. Then "
|be ordiirod"'that; 'all, the likenesses the and grumbled over ails strange '/ii ,
g luck,:, and one'after another found excuses : ( ','; \",.. "
;,qqoeq''' bad ever had painted be bung .
\, .
for 'hot sitting down with him \ ,
|iln; a gallery, where competitors should :' ,

have/1\? More free' that; access.a' hundred} to them.artists/ compel- again'Inside\, of 4: week or .sd it was 'report. : ; : '; d': ){ ''Linen'; : : ': ,. 3 3rf

ed ; ; i
)ed, and'when' all were ready'their' pie- and believed Colonel Bell' lost to the .,; i "

turt-e were king\ In a gall&ry by,,theru- brigadier over $2,000,,, That BUM might I ,': \ : ,.\ '
have been doublet, In'another week i .
}'eelveq'dnd the king1/ ,wont In to examine '
them.. stdd and but tor an' Incident. Moreby accident / ;
\; He.passed up on 'One r--
l n; down tbe'Other' ,, shaking bis bead at than design'] the colonel caught the 1
I the portraits. brigadier cheating, and the',play broke .

,They have painted her us an old up In hot words. Every: effort was : "

J oman," he said< "Do they consider( made to suppress the gossip, but It '

'.i that my ,beautiful wife was an octoge- reached'tbe! ears of the commander' In "T'
,narlau Take them away tll have chief, and he raised' such a row tbat rf,' \ : ,
The harm
there was no more poker
mono;. of them. ,
i : Some of ,the, artists who had produced bad been done, however.! Colonel Bell' :
bad sad| to the brigadier In presence; ;
.| the best pictures, bearing; the
Ii i\king's criticism, asked for another trial of witnesses: I
"Sir, ,1 caught you cheating, and 1deuouhce
|i which wee granted They softened the
,i1 face you!? aa,a sharper and a ras1call' ,
lines In the queen' and made her I ,
\look than sbe had i
ton ;years ;younger "
(; been'at the time of her' dea th. Shehad' i And the brigadier, hot faced chagrinied '1 ', : ," : I
\< died at fifty and none of tbe plc- : and cursing, his 'carelessness\ ; .

I'', king tunes ,was made still her dissatisfied look over forty.declaring; The i had"I'll replied make: those words cost before you'your three ; ; ,:: }; ; ;' ,Qg;: ;?;OOf:( 6QQ, r'f '

',\that be would rather trust to his memo life or you I commission > '
't.'ory'1: '' unaided than have It Influenced byUkeneases. [ "nontba have passed bY'" I i ;:-'" : : ,

I snob This discouraged the"artlsts Spring' came at last, and the' campaign ., ,../; ,," '

"1. and not even for the chance'of opened. Early was too'strong : .,' f 1'fU\\, ; '" ,
I Sheridan the first three I \ "
;;'a title and a fortune would any of them ,for tqr two or ,' ,

; try again; months,, but vie held him back and \ ', .
him In all the Some- :! '
fought valleys. :,
,,1 Ope day a young man Bought; ; an Intervlew -, :/) :J .
," the king, ''de IIl1'1ng that times it was a skirmish with only a "

1J She had beta with/"sent .from King Otho,. a few .hdndred men' engaged. Again It :: : : Outfitters .

,: nelgb boring' monarch, to paint the dead I was a' lively UtUe tIght In which: each ,

'1 queen's portrait Be claimed to be the side bade brigade in battle line. We ,
bad plenty of excitement; and plenty to .
roiol portrait painter'' and an artist of.kUL > '
'-"(. lIe demanded, on behalf! of King '''occupy- our thoughts, but 'we of ,the :

.Otho; that; If his portrait should be BO I Third regiment did not ,forget the brig;*
I adler'a tbreat. You bad only to look
the should be the '
!copied recompense
.hand of King ,Cart's!' daughter,' the at b'a set 'jaw and cold face to realize :' :

;'Princess Llda, for King Otto's son, the that bis enmity was deep. I

Crown Prince Ralph. A proposition Later our brigade/ was pushed' over I

1 with,, this marriage In view bad been Into! the' Luray 'valley to capture 11.1

(, made before, .bit\ King Carl, whose { small force and wreak destruction
kingdom was much more Importantan' growing crops. The Confederates were ; (
bad declined. elect and could not be taken by sur
tbat of King Otho, Motor
failed prise. As we fought them. In, a desultory *
ow tbat all bla own artists had -
; and thinking that what be impossible Carl to suddenly we found, our 3;600 men facing A HIGH-GRADE
was; ,, King agreed '
at least ,OOO. The enemy .had, a
thO terms.
The, artist asked that be'mlfiht: have strong position, too, and everyman of Automobile Motor ..I

t tings of' the Princess Llda In order us, from the senior colonel down real ( ) ; '
to catch any expression of her mother'ssbe ised that If' we could even, bold our For Speed Launches

[ might have Inherited. The request awn until another Federal brigade.
;,;Va' granted and every day tbe prin came up we should be to luck.. Absolutely reliable.
of course," I heard our f
"We'll fight,
as went Into the gallery where the perfect Speed Control.
:onessea of the dead queen were captain saying to the first lieutenant.
"but we'll get licked out of our boots : Send for flee Catalogue F
,ung. The artist 'copied from ber features
all he cared to copy, but In order Inside of half an hour. It we bad GEO. R. WALLACEWest
to her double our strength we couldn't carry f
to bring different expressions / Palm Beacb
:,face be chatted with her Incessantly, their: position.) It's going;' to be a useless

and she was; so delighted with his conversation slaughter.
And the second sergeant of the company
she looked
that day
"forward expectantly to tbe time'for her ., turned to the first corporal and Coast Line F'

pitting.: Long before the picture was .growled: : !
"Say nQw, but have you got a family .
1' .completed, she wished that the prize If \
\\wonJnlgbt be given; to the artist rather, back home?" t'r: CAR LINE FROM: LORIDA
"Yes, and what of It? ) h
$ an the crown prince.
Finally the artist announced that his "Nothing, except that you'd better { CT PNSf .
'for laBt bid them goodby and ask the Lord toi I II :f
portrait' was ready the king's its 'own, rails to Savanna '
affair of 'forgive I you your sins. We>'ll be piled
>ectlon. Since this was aa
state King Carl summoned his, min up In front of 'em like cordwood." I Richmond and Wash. ;

era to' attend the royal him,party and with swept greatmony into The developed.brigadier bad The a plan Third and regimentwas It waasoon' thence via Pennsylvania Ry. ;

e apartment where the picture rested on the left flank, Just opposite the ;
r t t' enemy's strongest position. The center
easel The moment themll11 :
an looked of the Federal force was moved forward Ie, Nashville, via,Montgomery,
ea rested on the portrait they
4 i each other lot astonishment They and then ordered back. The right ; ''& Ohio, via Montgomery
flank was advanced kept nnder long '
w the queen not as a woman of.fifty ; .
fire for few minutes and then
Some said range
of forty but at twenty. '
was the Princess Llda and not the withdrawn back.: Then an aid came I and : Ocean Steamship Company. for New

t at all. Nevertheless all mainined I; galloping] up to Colonel Bell, saluted t Boston. .
t een
York aDd Baltl.
silence 'till the king bad spoken. and said: I Steamer; to New Washington

Currying/ forward he bent over It and "Compliments will move forward of General and Blank, turn, andyou the \: : and Mercbants & Miners Tralleportatlun .Com.
bewas I
ed the lips. For; B_time and Philadelphia.?
.' :
ost', to all save the contemplation of enemy's night Let ;your men go In -
with tbe bayonet""The
bat seemed to delight him excessivepthen 8
Third'-to'move forward alonefgasped & Occidental'
Burning, be said: .
Colonel Bell la astonishment
\.,<')I, lords, there Is my beloved wife ,
.jt clearly defined .. If the Image bad "Alone and 'at once. Steamship Company

a, teen painted from the one I carry In '"But I It,cannt-cann \-
my heart. To me the portrait .1st price- "Alone and 'at. once, Islrfrepeated NEW

.c Jess, for' having It constantly by; me I the aid. J good over r.vooo miles 01 among tie prmcipe
be able to keep my wife In my Not five men {la OUrepmt heard on sale by,the principal agents.
Y I knew her la life. Let the the words, but aU understood them Tampa to- New York, via Atlantic Coast Line.
a. '
memory to Binge Tbe hour of revenge bad come to the | i Agent. W* D. Stark Traveling Passenger
dr; foreign. min1l1terannounce brigadier. He hadn't driven Colonel Building, Jacksonville II. M. Emerson
,ht, bat! the portrait Is accepted ..ndcusto. strike I' Passenger Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
? arrangements! for the wedding Bell to resign but:,lie would htm

:ti 'between the Princess Llda and the here, and the' blow t would hit the whole ,' >
regiment; as well. There. were lrl'Oans'

,a i ; .When own. Prince the artist Ralph.departed, from; the and. shook jeers from bands the and men said:and the officers " " " "nrltnuinUr1mm1" ''' '' '''''? '1iitrtrr'''!\

igdozn' the princess wept bitterly I
not the prize foe hlm- l "Goodby to you. This la a wipeout
that he bad won
t'' elf 1nstead of' for his sovereign.! S.reseed for the old Third." l el p |
her, hand >at parting and a. We }moved, over the old meadow at ]armaey

red her tbat she would And the 1 common lime, increased It to quick as '

irlnce a loving husband.ben. : the first bullets began: to sing and then ue and. Narcissus, Street
muskets : :
with a cheer brought our
In state to
Prince-Ralph came '
''down to 'charge and dashed'forward : f'or a
tbe nuptials he arrived In the night
' ; '. land went at; once'with his suit to him >with a whoop. The angels of heaven the : OUd YBn ==
must have been saddened over '
next morning King; I
i ipartmento.and the The princess awaited him In slaughter. We bad no earthly sbow. % ..- IT urn holt Cigars; $1 box of 25" a '
r e audience chamber1' with tall the Grape .and canister' and bullet rained [ /: '',. $2.25 box of 50 EJ
Into us behind In trench meats until the ;I top numerous to mention
blnu When
iurt; assembled to receive '' a
hedoor opened and be entered there men In gray -stayed their hands out of :a : ,,rerfumes
He was the pity and let a beggarly quarter of the I' ;:;:;;;; 1
bum of surprise. ll'
u i a
r I back out ,,of the bell, ,
regiment limp,'' a
'arti.At ,who had painted the winning 1 five captld's,4 I' "Gibson" Box Stationery :50C bolt? r
4 The colonel, the major Stationary ijc to $1.30 .
i.picture i :
40 left
lieutenants and men
:. Ot course the princes. was happy and seven r PRBK ION' ==
t baclc .theretAs RIEGEL
} '..the king was especially happy In having nAACisr .
of ns got togetherand
fragments t'
+ for a son-in-law. one who bad enabled ; iv York College Pb
wondered bow God bad spared us '
him to keep his wife's Image In u Iiuu UlUI1UUi1
tbe brigadier rode along our front at a
his, memory. ,As for the prince, be' I. '

bad, ,,In bad, disguise fallen In:'competed love with the for prtn-the j j jprle gallop."you tnordererl" shouted a hundred : .. -.- .- :--7-. 1

that the king: was [ men at him.as he'rode."You '
cess and learned fiendl" shouted another : } 'I
of :cursed ; Mangoes. "
treasuring In bis heart the Image his Hundred.But .L Igoba ,
wife as It'was when he-bad ant lovedls' i '
\ the brigadier smiled and rode on.
ther. Ha'te:; ved to get a. near'that.I'imago his official report b. would sayiMTlio i In the United States.alme. Pbjllan l
possible by using/ ,portraits of '
as Third regiment was sent la on Full Line of.Cltrus.Stoc"|
.he {la youth blended with the '
queen Pine Land. Address; ;
1 the"left (flank, but'not ,being properly &;
of her daughter.
ring image
Not long after the wedding King led or held up, to their -work accomplished ., b ; : '' West :Palm. Bopch FluI
nothing and suffered a heavy ,
; !
Otbo died'and Prince Ralph succeeded < ,,
shot j ion*. 1 am sorry to say that among \ : .... -. ..' .
i t to, the tbrono Then King'Carl : ,i
killed Colonel Belt ; ,
.: himselfup: with the' portrait that -so', till who} bad heretofore was the gallant displayed the great.eat ln 'THE'TROPtcA" L: 'sQN
[pleased him. and abdicated In favor fng ; '<< I '
and gallantry.
Ralph 'and his wife, I|( Judgment 'M..QUAO. : ; I V ,Job.,. Depart,4l >

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NlgM w.. Her Terror. Sought Chamberlain' Cough Remedy) I WEST PALM Bb'.11 I i U'I.YTER\ liOTlt Z': '/$;,, < .rrVi.y! i /W%< VVr% \ 1

b 1 "1 would\ cough nearly all night and: sent it to Friends I .. -. ,," .. .. .. ". ---..-"' -- t ,,',' :' .......kOlrely ...... ........ ( ', 'f'l' ''I ,,1' .

II long -writes Mrs. Ctvas. Applegata. of Mr. P. W. J. Fletcher a' druggist in GiIqGiI""Q, 4k.tv( ( 'Cr@:I tiA'' r9'nrr i .
;" Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly: get Victoria, Australia says: "A customer ; ; 1 t!ci
any III$ p. I bad consumption *o tad of lAfne was so pleased with Cham .crb ewe h
r that If I -walked a block I would cough berlain's Cough Remedy, which ahe iQha JioZ! n f \ :
S'' frightfully and spit blood but when had used for her children when suffer ,

all other tnadlclnes failed three $1.00 ing from colds. and croup, that bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery fortnight's time she obtained at my qlOuMI", Avenue '

"I rr wholly!; cured me and 1 gained 68pounds. shop, nine bottles, which she sent to t"lLntIroUr; > on tile U tV.at palm J3. ..h. .. staurcnt ;>.
") ." It's absolutely guaranteed to her friends in different parts of the Lulu i Fl'ont.IOIIlman.1tlJa" .. .
1 l'j,1s ura Coughs, Colds LaGrlppe, Bronchitis state telling them how much good it 0 Kino} Clew of the: Royal ,>;, '. ( ;; ,
y and all Throat and Lung Troub had done and advising them to giveIt d -1'olurtanaaodLak.Worth a) Con '
1 ?; lea' Pries> SOc and 9X.OO Trial bottles a trial." For sale, by *U druggists All Modern : :' ','; "
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Cvisin G'auraalctdFIrsGd ; > : ; ,
all stores : : ,
free at drug/: and medicine dealers. ,

1111'' ,st .;l'uJrf'N.fI.fi P ffater: ; iuika'eon' ;l inner" AS

( i Working Night and Day Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. U.Of ft* $' '11 ( ':{, > \ '.>;.1!,'. ."V I: ) ", ,",.' ', : .,* jw
'1'alifnl alee,, and.$12'"Pee 1 ," .
i, The busiest and mightiest little thing//: : Waverly Texas.wrltes* "Of a morning "... $ ( f $10 ,; '" ',;'>\"AT""' ;ALL HOURSK. ''Ij' ,.*, \,, ": ?. '.' S
that ever was made is-Dr. King's New when first arising I often fled a 0 oee e oe ryee oe oal w e'e e i ; : :;; :\ : ,, : ,:: ; ..'\ ,,'
'U' Ute Pills. These pills change weakness troublesome collection of. .phlegm '.- .- -. -- --t'----7: ; :,, : ,! ,! 1"V''! I :**;; '. ;');)'}l I(; !1\\S;, :,..Si .!I$""pr{': "I?#" $ '
: ; .
Into' strength llstlessness Into which produces a cough and U very : \ / I "III 1-I ,; ,( : .]pr'i''" 1;, ,I

F, ."energy, bral.n-tl\&' Into mental power.They're hard to dislodge; but a small Quantity i 111111111.1111NN 1.0111! OPEN, NOVEMBER ,JB. ';\ !:\ \ :' l'' ;\1;.,," 1,1', ,'. i : .' ""i(',.' ., t..,, S; ,'' .

9" ,health. Only wonderful 25c per In box.building,.Sold up by the all at or once Ballard's dislodge Horehound it, and the Syrup troubleIs will ff he palms J i :., .,, Revived' ;,:,.for,,:.,,'; Ptrrtics'S. "
.Mr L I d' "
thatIs A. MACOH Pr ; ;tl';' "
1 druggists. 1 know of no medicine
over ; : iThree:: ', or --J .ore. '1'-."
equal to it, and it Is so pleasantto I ,, :" 'j'
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;I+ Cured. Lumbago take. I can most cordially recommend : Now ''O|>fn! T. "i.;:' ,',
medicine I --- ; .
It to all persons needing a *
A. B. Can man, Chicago 'writes Mar. S '
111 for throat lung trouble. 25c, "
s, .4, 1903: "Having been troubled with or by A. G. Rlegel. A lawn !hoino-llko. llotol, well up aXDpp arcs . h
50 and $1.00. Sold
Lumbago at different times and tried \ 1 pointed and beautifully;loontecl! ; I C To Members Only lf '
: after another then different : ingtd.eceSntarts without tho ,i ".'
4r1 one physician ointments and liniments gave Pleasant and Most AffectiveT. : thu more eXI'8l1"lve on..... Itllotft<81..1 ? 13'riggc "SEASON -Op. egos .. ":.. '

tt up altogether. So I tried once more. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator Liberty Lake Worth O|>}.ioHlt the ,' ,

t and got a bottle of Ballard' Snow Texas writes Dec. 25,1902:"With r 1'uluvlnna Ilotpl, White wafl MRS.H, B, BRIUOS, ,
Liniment which gave me almost instant pleasure! and unsolicited by you. I bear 1 Elertrlcbails.: Qood tlahblg'bunting .
liil 1'It / relief. I can cheerfully recommend Testimony to the curative power of 1 And buatlnt Kntii t'J: 00 un --- -- --- ---- ------'- ------ -'
4, y fA ;Y, It. and will add my name to your Ballard's Horehound Syrup I have i per tiny. 8Wlal| rates by the week.' i w... Palm a.aaf>, \ : .
50c and used it in my family and can cheerfully .
; i ,; Hat) of former sufferers. 2Gc
r'; $1. Sold by A. O. ''lUegel., affirm It is the most effectiveand i The palms i i Situated, bear Lake'
GiS ? pleaeanteat remedy for coughs and Z EAST COAST\ RAilWAY
used.." hoc and West Palm Bach Florid .
colds I have ever 2Bo. : A SELECT WINTER NAME .
Brutally Tortured I '.
1 100. Sold by A. O. Riegel. 111 ................111e111e i >
j _4; A case came to light that for persistent HOT AND COLD IIATH8MO No. 59. In Effect Jan3Q,1905.
and unmerciful torture bas perhaps 1> CO.VBUIIPTrVItS' : TAKKNM "
fi'S never been equaled. Joe Ooloblck of No More Stomach Troubles ............C............. weot'ea06ts' : : HOME:COOKIKU
p Colusa. Calif., writes. "For 15 yearn ,I Allstomach trouble Is removed by .. .. @ ,NO TH-BOUF 0-HEO UP.
endured Insufferable pain from rheu- the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It
If s ::1 matlsm and nothing relieved me gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting 9f oamington: .. J No.23 STAT I HS. No. 18. No. 74 Na t8 No 98
s ;r l though I tried everything known. I what you eat without the stom- I Dally '' Dan, Deify -ter Daily Dally ,

came across Electric Bitters and it's ach's aid. The food builds Uthe\ SOOa L..lMlulon"tlJe..A.,8 p 7 401> 0 Ute a
A the greatest medicine on earth for that body the rest restores the stomachto : A, E, a. %ETCALFE Peprlutreaa : Bo ........80.Jaukaonvllle.Lv. T 118 P ::40a...
S. ,..... .. ...... : l14Jp( 7soa
I health. You don't have to diet : Olla( ?.B .AulflUlttne. 11:101' 1100.
of completely
trouble. A few bottles It ...........H..UnJOl .......:... 11.11 p .' .Oa
't relieved and cured me." Just as yourself when taking Kodol Dyspepsia : wEar PALM B AO I, fLORIDA : : : 946 a ..,..'....,.E..H'aI..tJuo.......... 117 >> ulUtp 84T a 111IIIa: ..
and J. D. Ersklne of Allenvllle --' -' '"
troubles Cure.
good for liver and kidney Desirable paoplu who wish n pl
1 ; Ar..Palntka'....... ,
: >> : a .LV. 44"P ,4.0p ate a
tk I general debility. Only EOc. Satisfaction Mich.t says "I suffered heartburn and : Open, all the j' '''. Beautiful (era. : place t 'lIlp _'.00. 666 a.
(. .' stomach trouble for some time. My -
guaranteed by all druggists. Beach will Sod MINARET CDTT -- -- - .' ,
sister-in-law has had the same trouble : (Jon! on Luke Worth. Fright, rhwr.ful : oa Ollvn Htrwt between ', AI'.Sanl\l.tuo..Lv allop' 8110P' :
1 1
Lw..SaANaleo..Ar 7116p 701\p 00. 1110. i
Chocolate and was not able to eat for six weeks. Fern, JUHt' such n. place. Xlco ...... "
; h Calller'a ;Swiss / roumfl and wltlo voruudita Sp"%Iril : ---r-- .
water. After : .. ... ... ... .,. ,
'' She lived entirely on warm' room, neatly urnlnbuil/ ; .. .Lr. 6aap i '
al' Something new in town Is "MilkChoeolate" taking two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia : rate. for the uonnnn. : bed wholBHOUie toed 1., ............Jlllnn..Ue...,"....... 494 P ,", "," .
Just Imported from Switzerland r Sfooil ............DnpoM .......... 417 Ii 'I ..' ;!
Cure she was entirely ured. moderate prlcev. are the 10.. : .. ....nnt.>(onnlnd...,.. I 480 P 1 .
d by Broadwell & Moore. She now eats heartily ,and is in good :...1...................*: tlonM./ Only limited number of : a ..r."."....,.Ormond,........,..\. atop 490 P 111/1.. 468 a l\
.. ....... ...laytona.....,., .,18I1p 410p 1111II& .4I1a.\?. ';
.. p.
tfl ll health. I am glad -to say Kodol gave r.<'nn toe axeommodatod.! Table ... }\ 6
". ... .....Port Ohlnll" ..._..,', 811; P h l '
Imperfect ln'igestion. mo Instant relief."' Sold by A. Q. RleCoughs rti._ \ 06 p ........ ,Nl>wSmyrn.........,. 3011p 8f11p 180"s 4111110 i' ,, C
o .r ve.vs vo Qi' anpeclalty.MRS.. PRANK DA / .........'...OakUI1\. .r'a.rMrltr. .III8p! ',' I
', i' Means less nutrition, and in conseQuence gel. / p ..,.........TltllnIU......,.... 1621 1148p 121/'a 1168&: ,
..............Uones............,. 114 P Ilea, t
fy'' : less vitality. When the liver and Colds. Qh ......:.. .R.I ..,I ........ ..., 110 p / ; h I
falls to secrete bile the blood becomes ; i' Qarznazi J JW HOp ......nookledlll'' H..toIN. \.. .. IUllp lI02p ..+"'.r'rMjr";, I
.. ........... \.. Oallte.5: 18 p Il1 1p 1000p ,
digestion pulmonary p
loaded with bilious properties the All coughs colds and .c
: fi'r' p ...........Nolbuurne........._ 1209 p l:1Op: 1041\J1'. /,11, ,y I
55 becomes Impaired and the complaints that are curable are quickly li) ....r.p.deb.etlan".r."' .:.,.U26a ) .' .
t Palm Beach, Florida fA '
Minute Cough Cure .. ......St.Lnula.S.; ....., 1080. '.- '
{ t" bowels constipated. Herblne will rectify cured by One 0 p arF total )" I
w ( .........,
.FortJ1."ree..I080 lOOp Ulllip'
i i t jr this; it gives tone to the stomach Clears the phlegm draws out Inflammation ,\ winter resort that will plea.yuu.sear A I i \ :.... .......Tlbbal .,........... 11M 1II0llp 81J P '.... I
1'' the heals and soothes the af ... .:.. .... .. ,
lr' liver and kidneys strengthens appetite and \ \ : ,xden 11611 a Sl"p.
Lake Worth and IrvaQ .
4' + centrally WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.Afqulet .... ........n..M.
the the lungs. I .,.,.. .. .47 a 813 P. .
clears and com'II fected'parts strengthens
c-tt '' improves I tt'do.loro Improvniuonti. .:.,..........8tIlIUt.....?........ 986E 80\1 P ., ,
plerlon infuses new life and vigor to wards oil pneumonia. Harmless and O ; elect. famll.v Hotel wfti. ..........Hobeltt>lll1lI........... IIU8 a 787 P .'
l, t + '' the whole system. 50 cents a bottie.wl ) pleasant to take. Sold by A. G. Rie- 4 AlMresn 4 \\.I .......... ..BtJuplte.. ....w... set a 718 P' "
wl i 1. com'location p ...... \ "' ... Beaoi....... 8111 a 10llGa JUOp ''HClJI
f Sold by ,,A. O. RiegeL gel. .
I MRS. S. B EARHAN f : Lv..lmB.b.. .... .. S00a 1010. 6Stp'D10p
.___ ___ _____ ____ I ......\\'es'l'aln\ll..aoh..Ar 740a 060.lOOp I'
I.\I"\ .
A Dox121' : rJ..IIlIIlnt adjoining' ............Boynton....., ... .1.1' T12a: I"U P ....,
;i.\1\ CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida \ W'it : Florida \ Vnrlc and facing on Lake> I ....... ;..D\lrny. ...... ... 1180 P ,143, '
: 7601111
.........Ft Idudnelaje.. ..,. .. aa .114 P ,
I Cool comfortableroonia. with/ 7,1905."e ........,..}lellandala6taw. clap ,
1 Florida cud Western Meats j Poultry> (Game and .ggi.! .v.--. s.aw .."...... Lemon>Clt'........... 1118 a a7 11 4.\I,,
\' I!> tahleeervic'e ? ) } Ar..Mlaml.,.......;.Lv 11110. 800.. a40p 7.1Q.
S Mail Receive Careful, (@
!3 t .Orders. Attention. "
) '} IDA B. HA YS. :rrup..l ''
II > trams iii,7&and 118 and Buffet and. 1111
". *. L' :25. 8Jerl>lng Cars en C'Mln" 118
,I Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH! Gommerciall .i ) ) MiamI. Parlor Can, ou tratne 811"and 4) between 81:.Augustine anll

.. '(r L ----- -,-- --
l otel l . andRestaurant .. '
qfhc:: GZcmatic nt ". Dt N281! 14..4'. 14..JI. I NO. J7"t Na nt/ll/ a 15'

,. Daily' Dally Dally E..o Ma. I Dally DAily BN D.t. Mm.I
tlt = ESUPPLYSCOMPANY Got. Gl.mo.t. R.. 4. p.|na. I EzrMTS. ;
LUMBER ;; ; \ 1oooAa1716Pin IIOPU 96opx Bmpx BtePM "ii2 'PM e86Px ,
a r C. W. 5CHMIO: Prop. Meals served at all boars on : 1161')1 11101' 8110... '001'11 IIUtlll D96Px1U.Orx'

; ;. can and European plan. i.. .a8' .
N. .
; ";v! Manafaotnrennd Dealer. In Lumber and Building Material Clematis Ave? Went Pain Beach fl.... Selling Rooms connected. .t&t (NU hey &.,92+ IBtlty Na D.IIy ib ry 4. 140. JOT Na 7st "Na' r4"
accommodations. Table .117 Sn.. Dally 2w S.n. Br. Sort. Dally; Dally Dally Bally
/;. I Everything to Construct u House! : CentrallyJocatod. ItateH '1.00 up -- -
,, /' d llrlck Lime and Cement Planter. and Hair .sa.h. boors. Hllmlft. Paint an Fresh Vegetables from our '1/10&11 820Ax1110ax114Uax121OPx ClIOI'I6iIOPlt040PIII ...
.;1 'p tllaiw ItooHnir and 8liee.ni { I ap..r Nall'and Hardware.Tnrucd The oDl.f;Hotol HiplnK. Dining; Room Farm. Very select rooms. '." 860sx IOAII1210p1IJS401'1I: 1101' 1JOl'II Tl\\rIJ"p"\\ (
.t\\ Work, llraekvtx .fcorolt, and CabinetWork open for Into train reasonable eharg (
Uoor. and Window of Pullman or Parlor Car and extra seat far will be
1 NVTIWUH. : > Mrs. L B. thane train on which extra ,
t Manury'N. flnt anti VfernlMliuN. no or seat tare la cliariikl. 1 jfI

,.,'v Prices Are Not Always The Lowest But Stock is Always The Best I i Na 49 1'1.' IS PALM:\ RUCII AND MIAMI. N--, '" lj

;l I "'ITU8Vlt.LEVARDS ATF'ORT P11SRCBWK SM\'RNA. Delli' D"iI7' tall "
I( 'I} r( EAU GALL'K T PALM BRACK ....... -.. ) -
.,(\''j Geo. S. Hacker & Son .........Lv. III lOAM 860 986AxLv.Breakera..Ar.66erx All '. .We., Paint lIeaoh. ..Ar. 11811 PM
.;, ? .- rMansesAOtsoiso7soiao7so7aolaossOtto7eolsoieotsolto5to7.o7s ......... SYOA 111011&. ....... \ ..:. ...,.. 5lft1'tI
+ : ........ ..... 7fill"IIJOf&1I! ....13a l..udcrd..ltt..Lv. Io1'PM
r ...... Lv rSO& 1166Ax .....".. ... ,......... IUM
: leolao7solaotsoiio>rF. OP-
,b' rb '1 :: BRANCH Ns Dallytlou Ulro:; U Na 7 N. 1 ORANGe CITY BItI'ICli110' a Na 4

r ) \ \ .!!!.!. etlyDally Natty Dally
F..,'h xI J. B.. M'GINLEY 'i I AI' 880 A 400 II .00 P 1110& Lv New 8myl'llA Ar IS.p, '7 nth p'
710 aI !III
I ,11( 1 O p 44 p110 21a Lv. Lake Helen Lv. III e.p ese pI -
$' y I Lv 7.11 s016 p 11I0 P 10.. Lv Orange atJ' Lv. ii Sip 604
c p.
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9 ''1' o i u.r I :....Lv. 1110 .e09i I' iWpioYwAr.Oratlgo(1tvJo. I l1 sup etp

r' I rO i iJ' 7 Just received a large ) ., \)o.ell1'D 10'PI... If SANFOttD BItANCIl Na'ID
; i' ;. puberal} Director j ... E... a II Y Dally

; W ............. t ill p'lIaD. a ,Ly..c,.. Tttunlhe.......Ar. :m "P
'. f,,' ---: ... _"t.L.. .. of Oak Chairs, to be sold ........,Lv. /sap ace a """r.., ... ....tI.rd..., ... ,.Lv. IUO"p

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!',f. 0 JI1o' eto (:Corner of .* Doors, Sash, Bed Springs, ,Mattresses, Miami with Steamships( ol the l P.k, : b. S. S. Company': 'For;, ,

tfv dl s. II'' 0 Blinds MouldingsAND AND KEY WEST'
@tr Bur ta U II. Washstands
> tJ l 1 t. i uZomatuJ .7 vet & j.roic zc 3..n ts. 1 [.Al I II IJ-- I. Tlr ''II I |! l'l'l'l..I '
,, { jj\ V SO the time ..which. train may be exnoeted to arrive knd ''depart
u\ Tables.
\ .. Building Material, their arrival or departure at thetlmasuited ....
: K> b.rdt' "
Ii. flat B \ ee.eary J luelt '-'
I. pon.lble tor any dela1'. or any ...... noarfiJ. "titer..
.YS {J oKoKOKokoKOStoetOStoetoitostoKOKOKoKOStOKottoKOKoKoslokoKO! oa n '
Largest Factory South.
S it I Don't forget the place, LOCAL' TIME. CAKO or Oth.r Inrorm.itort. '
Send for Prieee.TOLEY '
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r-4 c : II ---_ The et. Gen'L P.....Agu ST, AUOUST1NC. FI.A

t' t ? ; nilIfEF 1-\It at The Palms Corner A

I: iJ ; County State Bank a4.a>S,lxu cou is and.. ..JOSD a J. B, McQINLEY, Prop )

3 AWiulff
:, ; West Palm Beach, Florida I i. "
W. ,
NOTICE ArC sure Indications of JOU111 form ot l\t.I'J.m'ih i .,
y*' TAILORINC- trouble, biliousness or a, bad liver. DI1JIrih, .vr'
Carital Stock, $40,000Surplus .1 Futile notice Is hereby given next overtako you. >Don't risk It, cmi c v"$t. .
l IK All Its Branches taxpayers of the city'' of West t '
\ taVecalomelorqninlao: >o ) ; .: aii>i 1'
;l 4' $10,000 -- .
: Beach Florida, that I .will J>o

/\ :: ._----- PRESSING, CLEANING oMee la the city councii. \ HERBINEtiau ; 1

l- c)1'P1CBR& OIKECTORSi DYEING AND REPAIRING tween the hours of 10 a. ni. 'w "

R. N. Dlmlck. PmldentOca. It. N. Dlmlck 0.... M. Olnbirt .3 Shoo on Olive St. West Film Beach m., oa WedneaJay of each has afj. their vlrtuca 'none oJ < '
Ivies, 1!. .. W. Potter, vice-President R. B. Potter K. M. Brol.for4 deadly cffocU. HERB1NK'\ t-c1h "
rf. Oeo. 1,. Branninff, Cashier Oea W. Putter W.H.SpltmOeo \ ing the months of January S !
( ..S 0. A. MaxSel.t,."' "I.nt Canhler r... Bran..Is.{< .. .--- and March 1905 for tile purpose rcgnlarly will forestall hoaaocUisMj, !:.. ;
thodiaoutivo .
.Jrgll.n81n. v/di.
V OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 P. M. ceiving taxes due the said city of lion befCoU\ b.lJlownfIJM pcrfecO, boadachaw. ',

1 A general banking b..I.....tianiueted.. Collection ptemiptty remit, Jr{ r of receipt. Draft bought and sold on the principal the Star.w... /O JG/l'a'YT/ W.: W. v TRY IT TO-DAY.. ';';-""r t '
'trt, SAFET"2 :SOXES FOR REN'J:' Ltile signature Is oo every box of the ..talon Olty Tax ,. .!i00 0. Bottle. All Dn s3itt: .. i I .t f
.. .
Laxative Brolno-Quinine Taiieu -"" "' iooAIIIIUIIa.MllI "'"IIC"; J
/ to.4...AAAAAAAuuuAAU.wAAAAAUAAAA&AAALAAUAAI4 West Palm Beach Fla., Jan.
1 I r **<. mnedv that _.... a ttold.!. one) tf. Sold at Riegel's Drug: Store. ,J

1 k For estimates on plumbiug; work call Go to R. B. Porter Olive street fort S. H. RICHMOND:Agent' lrYS PEPS1ACURE ;'

'.n tb. Hatchett-DaCamara Hardware *. famous Hartford tires.

Company. R. B. Porter the well }known Olive Perrine -Grant Land Company '

t' Tb Ladles' Basaar."' Carl Schr baick's street bicycle man, has a new line ofDa.ton P y DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT 't'c. /1
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-- The big Highland/ Chief, 'JnYnY.YCREX

; Liverpool to Australia, had i;
Captain lUlph UoMo1l'1Ind his\ mat I POTTER'SFlat
mouth of lit: Helena whim :
from Clotlfy, stood on the after ''deck I her ctiptuin, became 1 I ,
at the .schooner Swallow. AmUlsli'ips a sane and drove all his crew I] "
girl lu & trim l J>lue outliig dress witb' cook and a boy to take to H

iHiUor collar and a Tarn O'Skunttfr cap bout and soil away \ Iron Bulling ___ t .._-
Will leaning over the gunwale.
,was loft without. crew E r"
"Bettor nut try it, captain," said Gray '. the beginning of n long OPPOSITB CITY PARK > e

"It'll result la a muddle. Tbeke! On the! next day there ) (
tiger gals! lit dangerous." .from the north, and the Vl I BICYCLEAND : From the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota :

r "Cnn't' give It up now. We'v gone scudding, away: before It \: "
Springs A pont.ineouu g
too far. run of n hundred rnlloa' k
Il t{ ,,The mate vent forward and the cap.: masted ana left a wreck: ; lei of,. exqaloiuTy colored. J.I ;

tnln paced the deck nervously. bUng seas. ,Th" cook was SPORTING GOODS I 't ea. ,t.istsi F f r i/i.; KTHSIS Iron which ha. I ucuii ..4is
,; Ualpb Gordon was terribly In love count us a sailor and the : fit l s. : m,
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Wttn Nancy Greene, a alirow. In or. help, but the wreckage: STOREWest : apj :+! ; Ma
,, \ der to\ tame bcr he hdd Invited her tor I and four lnys after the : h ;:F afiftl Ier.f#+j!; :'4r commerce familiarly itnown *,

b'. a Ball on bin Schooner and concocted a. was riding high and dry Palm Beach '' jar ; "Cre Grass Product" This
'. ham mutiny to be ,led i>y ,Gurle;,. I as a bottle below. Thla I Florida 'I' ,'% F
it They were to frighten her into obedl.<] was sighted for the first i Iutely Pure l l ; wonderful grass-the world' ,

1 .,..e and A promise to marry Oordo crew left. I was one of NO SUBSTITUTE I I pin= 1=1 l iI1, most beautiful harvest. -grows! y'

|,to whom the had been long engager the UngJiHh) bark II 11 from .a purely ,vegetable noil a
,and whom she bad put off from year
year. tag,\('e sighted the wreck -,- : y that produces nothing/ else

'("Presently Gurley walked aft trom for itOnr. ....ltlr... Hor.. I Bicycle Sundries #! ?# =t j save the pretty wild flowers '

the forecastle, followed by the crew, I mate was sent Aboard though It stop shor Sporting Good E r ii f r !_=1l I i_ t that enliven the bnpect oft I
|'aDd Jbcgan a complaint about the meat Cflptulu Duvls, who seemed physical pain, keeps a g !
,r' t and testify to
[that was served them, at the slime his head again, he got the in a state of misery.. Oi FishingTrckel ; / ripening grain !

time demanding- "duff" three times I have given you. &. It is perfectly true, as Ammunition the pure and wholesome life
['.('Ck. Gordon feigned to reason with I sound and the cargo I Intelligent stable keepei = I of this prairie country.

d them, whereupon they made a rush offered to send men aboard to me, "A kind word foi New Era and Carrara Paint
I for him bound him band -and foot, am]. I masts and sail her Into good sometimes as a feed
taking him below, locked him In bls' captain would not allow I Agent: The nature ..tV the soil- I

[.cabin. I would he consent to be : } i \) may be enough to spot Orient Buck Boards and Motor freed from all niitiernl Bub&tanceg--makes the l trams. wholly fibre', another ;
Nancy Greene i looked upon this mi wreck. If the cook and the Lambert, founder ot
tiny, and especially the want of ralstance to go he had no objection, branch of the Morgai Machines'' word for adaptibility to the many methods. of manufacture, and very longwear. qtr

[ on the captain's part, with started on a. voyage to thought as'a three-yenr-ok Practically! Is Indestructible by near,'

iamb astonishment and the flashes ot ho would finish it or I rotting sttalllqn of hi; AletJ; tt1 Being wholly fibre it is'a anit.ry product. and moth will not attack
Fan approaching thunderstorm In ,her craft. The cook who' wall a very handsome, stylish. E gle; Marine Bad Stationary 4,
,eye. No sooner bad ,the captain been of the captain decided to and also extremel;' Engines; I it. ro II
FAteposed' of than Gurley approache, boy had had enough of Furniture I in all designs. }

Ilier and ordered. her below. Her only brought aboard of us. We Dan ?Mace though one of Agent I :

[,reply Will with an iron bolt, whit,I'! wreck for three! hours, men in 'America, once Artnonr'a Amerlcns, Mnpes, Wilson Art Squares 69, Sx 10, 9x12. .... .

1\1\ [lIbe had picked up at the first daw left aboard would change through m, temper & Toomer's and Painter's I Rug in, all sizes; '
[of trouble, and had not Gurley dodge but as they did not we of giving Daniel Fertilizers! t tE1VI.
|expertly the ringleader would have I i It walt two weeks before severe cut with the Whip, ,
(been put out of the fight The crew land!''Chief was spoken blow put an end to ha
{roared like bulls and brandlahe time'she had drifted 8CO a trotter. He became B. IE E. G RUB E R

knives, but Nancy was no more ap- south. This time' she was ) in harness and ,L '
paned than If they had been so. man)' by the steamer "Kongo for the'rest of bU life. "

I bleating sheep. She was finally take bouftd, ,and a boat was :

!,tn rear by a, laughing sailor whoa Captain Davis was found Winded Orator. I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAUVV/JAAAAAAAAAUUU1t.r
/ace she could not see her arms pit He bad weathered another Burke's greatest speech la One Minute Cough Cure

Bed, she wall thrust down the fort hull was still sound. The to have been the Colds and Croup. v
tie.,, companIonway and the bate fered' him a tow to Cape 1 with America." For coughs,

leaetl. I rejected the offer. of the speech, supplied by LI'

There wall 'no sound from Gordon I I The cook had tired of runs to as many ai ----. We Solicit Your
stateroom? aft, nor wall any expected and wished to be taken It contains,j>ver SO'

[Bat some sound was expected from tbe captain had made up his h! It therefore rtmld!' not [ Lodge Directory Trade In t
[,forecastle. The crew listened for sucll and no arguments could L delivered, under less than 1

I.cries and Imprecations} as might com: The cook went aboard the r It Is curious, by the way,, aaraa..r i poinciana:

[''from an enraged'woman.' Half an hour the captain was left alone all the great British p. & A. n. FirstClass- ;, .

}naiad, and not a whisper came from Ing hulk In mldocean. It in Burke's time. The Harmpnia Lodge, No. 138, F. & A. !11 .
I lone days before she was the first to Indulge In
'hlow. opinion, Mr. Gurley," lIa\d and the wreck bad In the house of com M. meets in the Masonic hall the sec
lilt's my to the he had delivered one of and and fourth Tuesdays of ever;]
att old salt, "that when either gals or though not altogether mischief brev ;, '- in the highway of orations be was balled month at "7:30: p. m. All vlsltlni
there's ivas JH
ij children III! quiet ) Invited. A.N11 i
brothers are cordially
\ ever, and had probably 1 outside the bouse with en.
" :SM' !nY' W. M. B. .L. Hosford, sec'y.R. .
'' of craft which of "Three hours and a ion, ;
EL score
|")}Vender what she's up to. M. Groceries
tier out. I hours and a half!1" "Just \
What .she Vas up to was soon plait No. 24 Roya .
One morning she was can talk sense for three Lake Worth Chapter,
for .
evident. '
| and painfully the hatchway.It American tea ship Flying half,'' remarked the cyni Arch< Masonry, meets In the Mason!

began( did to not issue require from a long time to re- I ward bound, and, as usual who happened to pass ;Hall the first and third Tuesday of Prompt deli very, Palm Reach or'West Falra Bt>uri. Prices the 1i t

ove the hatch and for the crew tMumper sent; aboard. Captain \ ""-" every month. G. IL Maltby, H. P., same as all oiher FIIIST-CLASS GROCER::! A'
down the hatchway. The; ;rood health and the bulk % I,11'. F. Bahnson acting secretary. ,-. Ui
( of Curve. A
admitted that
with her face to i ifttawse a lollar. He 1'r
found up
[ Nancy but more railroad west of the Alle- I. O. O. P. '1
the lonely, was
for air,while several of '
In the mlddl< ever to stick to his I built from Lexington to Lake..Worth Lodge No.43, Independent
I many mattresses piled { In 1831. The road
the floor were smoldering and panted were spars and a Order of Odd Fellows, meets Inthe '

fl elf to burst Into a flame. A Uttl< it tso happened that the Scu as many curves as poser Masonic Hall, Clematis avenue,,
ready him with 1 declaring that this .. _.
but Gurley'sI.wnth ommodate evening at 7:30. Vis- !
{water put out tbe fire, alsed the question of The cars were In very Thursday ''
had been kindled and was not used to what! was : the lower for women and ting brothers always cordially welomed. :
Cto be so easily quenched. He detelaLaed Miller N. G. E. Kus- ,
went finally fell into a temper : upper for men, four per- H. 8. { ,,
effort. Jle up] J
) on a supreme '
.. | of the its callers back to their in each compartment. chel. eeo'y. / '
\ > deck and gave order to two I he had driven at first drawn by mules I '
",.. |seen to lower a boat over the por Although his threats 1 a locomotive was made K. of P. $
'I then told two others each to taki rew: away mechanic '''The tender Evening Star Lodge No. 46, Knights f
heart! that they
much to :
wrist and bring her up 01ftteek. I the second and
nQ by a here seemed to be a hope for wood and a hogs- ot Pythias meets
There'IIbe saw a man running bat they would finally for Water which fourth Wednesdays in every month Inthe t- i

lout a plank on the port side. Gurlej ibstlnucy he lost sight of buckets from convenient Masonic Hall, at 8 tt ,1

was angry enough\ to make without anyone' any one else had rights of a cowcatcher there [ontfort C. C., J. W, Sanufere.IC. of "
swppOBe be was in earnest assinning in front fitted with
harshness of manner Vhile, he owned the brig R. S : .
any for the track.
he cargo, and as soon as sweeping .
atlng to the plank, he said to the Men.
was reported steps were '. ltl.th.lUatlel.. Red
|,pI: well understand the! I .eue him by force. In other ; 'naturalist, Morris Gibbs. Hypoluico Tribe No. 28 Improvedrder
I, "You may a* raft sighting him was Men meets In Zapt'sball'iday
necks ot study to birds' nests of Red \
(Thy this mutiny we've put tow the bulk Into port and rud and30th
tin a baiter. You and the captain are I.... on the cargo, which I and their contents, and of each week at 7th
birds lay their In ac-
us. You'reiaHogether eggs breath.R. .

[ only witnesses too desperate against to let rive. 'slued A week at about later$200,000.ibo wreck of geometrical space is 1 used linen to; the so H. Harter, sachem; D. W. Fenton I \\r-w 4 \
that plank
[Now, walk straight out on anted by the English bark Birds chief of records.
and Into the water." itch had received notice .Ildvantage. Hypoluxo Tribe of Haymakers No.
"' them in
,'''I didn'tf know ;you were a pirate or' the owners' of the cargo. pointed eggs ends;arrange turned to the 26 t 1.2 meets on the last Friday ofeach

ftlssed Nancy."Got taln of tlte1 Endeavor made : hall.
whose eggs are ell1p.Ic' month In Zapf's
to be a oirate. Mutiny to seize the wreck, rig Jury place them .In longttudl- W. W. Thorne, chief haymaker; D. ..
fiTrwtog to.the yardarm 'for every man I' nrry her into port, and a an egg la moved' out of W. Fenton collector of straws.
el us. Come, get along.; In the way of salvage be intruder it
li\;??Since Nancy didn't move, Gurley motioned bad had he succeeded. position by an Speedy Relief. .
the following morn-
and on
the men to close around her, then below the
uief was bird baa returned It to Its I heals without a scar Between
he was edged out on to the plank.Jnrley : the and drifting to A salve that Tri-Weekly Sailings "I'
the Salve. No
to the port Among numerous III DeWitt's Witch Hazel
ordered to
a man go
CaptaIn Davis, calmly( cnseawhlch Glbbs effects such speedy relief. Itdraws j'
In the boat medy NEW YORK
w to make sure the men anll seeming to be clear of soothes cools 'ACKSONVILTE
heard a'' of study, not one was put
soon as Jtbey '
ere ready as her. I scelved the mate of the would not do credit to a aud heals all cuts, burns and bruises ;', Calling at Charleston, 8.C., both way's.
and rescue
around '
listen, to pqll resting a bospltable.manner, but A sure cure-for piles and skin diseases. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THU COASTWISE SERVICE .
pe man reported tbe oarsmen I Dderstund that he dfd no sWltt's is the only genuine Witch

their oars.'Thore's I Itd leave the wreck. If he I Hazel Salve. Beware at counterfeits 1'UE CLYDE NEW EN U LAM) AND SOUTHERN I INT" *]
one way to save yourself spars at'his own figure and tlley are dangerous.. Sold by A..O.FUegel 't
Onrley, "and only one-get spliced tOUl'( men could be had It's K: .V\ Salve Direct Service Bol"eeL' <

Captain Gordon and both sign art!- he would make shift too Burns, Sores. JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, '
es indemnifying this crew of all AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. .
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lame." age.ThIs was no more than :; .. Calling ai Chnrleaton both w..y..

"Marry hiraj Neverl"" bel'ore. but the mate of O"YL r.- outhboundorthbound 8KMI-WEKKLY' SAILINO8.From J.e"is''Vhal.t, -'u I "Hit,,
K"Shove her uff, boys. that loneliness
'."Stop' cried the girl by this ,time had affected hIs. mind ,to b"r You Will ,Get. Your Money, Back, :11..Not Pleased 1' From foot of Catherine Street, J'..e---: nil,it!

Ite frightened. '"I'll sign." While he reepoase to the num r-
able) extent. ) turned the faucet of our Think Tauk in
''AU right Let her come aboard. ailed and bad a pride \of of readers< on of the Tropical Sun, why we had discontinued our Acl? CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LIN1BetweenJachsonvllle

wt-v drew up the agreement,,which word, his whole.fortune,w ; mail orders. had increased. to such an extent that it was simply and 3anford.: ; '
asked to take below to read had idea, our plain statement of ,
glr'i W'S allVe no
; In that balk and It take cure of Iheo'
and delivery department; StoppinG at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereslorl (DeL.nil) and
ktr. Her request was granted h& should want to aay0,'it' result in such a shower of orders as to clog Riverof
medium to reach the Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns
pen she came up she had signed It.rdon tala of the Endeavor pnaitUe that..the Tropical Sun Is the best .'.' ** ..'
from the cabin Sertd.for cur l>rlce !HsU CiFred'k'DeBar9"Jacksonville
wall brought up term... In several ;:: when .will deliver to.your door the "
to be a for a block ol f butter we Steamers
II Informed that there was ily-Bfter Davis! had pay 400 Block Butterfor jic a pound block-It is guaranteed to '. : :
asked Creamery
marrt.1ge."Ihe pair were
otch to and have suc
that a move wlls'made We had told) out the first contract
i stand side by side when the girl ex- wre ; w og at'.a slight Returning have Santerddairyexcept Snniluiri at 0-80 I8ou''bound \. in.
aimed: The mate returned: With _
[."I'm not going to marry that whipped to back him, and Sugar, $1.05' ">' :! Lipton's Teas 35 and Sec J51b Boxes Bolioclule.JACKSONTII.I.E. ', NorthboundKrad ,
rt I I didn't agree to. Read the parr Davis Mccli &. Java Coffee in lib Read down. up.
r'" lions, Captain off. Potatoes 350 peck tin 95 cents 1. AT.S""P1l1 ..... ......... .... : :. .... ..... .....Arrive 1 aa an
, b cast his to the paper and selt and ordered them per bnahel f las Royal Po arise! Blend ajc Ib 143pm...... ...... ........:.. ...... .P"J.ATKA......... ,,....... .. .. ..... LnV.'ClllpoII r
eye his
f Gnrley noticed that the name tentlon was paid to 230 peck N i >r the first time erased and opcnl'd fire and killed the the bent on earth,, Pure Rio iso lb. 4 Joem........:....... ....... .....ft. FRANCIS........... .. ............:. :loopna ,
Ralph Gordon had been common hand and very Pet Cream 3 cans 150 .. _. .... .... ... .. BR".K8FOItDD.J.AND)...... ... f Dope
at of Tom Onrley substituted. j I pound ............ .. .. .. ...... joint
t4 man. That ended any Bacon (be best on Case 380. iveayoam.. ....... ........... ......SANPORB .
."Well. Ill be Jlnzoedl" exclaimed the on i the part of the .En a pound." Milk 3 cans tyt' i to 00am............-.t....._.-.ENTEEPBlSE....,.,.,... ."......... ....... 1O en\a....' t
t., "Did ever any one see the likes pos8e11.lon. Powder lb. Case fj 73 v.Y.
450 Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleP
ol and ,
t ,woman I J.was doln the Job That was the Jut General Passenger __ -
klo' her walk: the plank, and" she t wreck was seen by mortal : Cash for, Groc'eriea. and climb out of the hole 1 .M. IR..1''ONUHI".r..A.oa''IP..1I1iW.' .* eatsLJsetaonHno, '1"1

erred m. to an honest nan. ot.war hunted for her for LAKE WORTH 'GROCERY CO. W. b.,,OUIEEJqPr.l.; l hi' AI"of"U..a. """'. .""".. C"NLaIYaLI..MCI't.rp.RA(1aRTYGn1Ra.II' "
end of the plot: to break "ctYbB.M au" FTf't A.i'N TVMKU
:. That :was the i!. hundred merchantmen lM.. .*.n..l'Ie'YOII k. ILNfc:
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; PumIce stone Id a porous feldapathlccorla
l r The ceri'inoiUi-s! at the ctVatlon of a When :you have a cough, do not try
from volca BIes. The pores are
r knight have been various; the principalwere to suppress it, but remove the cause. '
linear and BO foe as often to be barely a box on the: ear and' a stroke The cough is only a symptom of some W. I. METCALF, GUY I I. METCALF
visible except by menus of a magnify '
4 2.2 with a sword on the shoulder Johnof disease and the disease Is what you Attorney and C..I1.'- t..w. Notary .Public, and Convo...,..,
Its la to
l' ing glass. specific gravity Salisbury tells us the blow with the should cure, then, the cough will stopof
-water being1! tile unit but by rea- itself. The most common cause of
naked fist was In use among the an-
non of Its spongy texture pieces are coughing Is a cold. Anodynes will '
d ;q, j' often buoyant enough to float on water. cient Normans; by this It was that promptly suppress the coughand prep.
{7 It consists chiefly of silica, with some- William the Conqueror conferred the arations containing; chloroform, opium
times IT per cent of lumina 0 per cent honor of knighthood on his son Henry. 1 etc., are used for that purpose, but TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE i
', iI ,' of soda and 4 per cent of potash. It Is It was afterward changed Into a blow. they do not cure the cold. Chamber. t
with the flat of the sword on the shoulder laln'a Cough Remedy on 'the other
:&J of grayish shades of color passing; Into r
Z I. of the knight. hand does not suppress the cough but
and brown. The chief source
'I' yellow relieves It by removing from the "
tU from which it Is obtained for commercial -
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TU F. < Pbenlx.:
: ,' purposes la Campo Blanco one of the breathing and allayingthe .t
'j the LJpurl Islands, wbere It forms a bill Legend tells us that the first phenlx irritation and tickling in the Abstracting.Titles a Specilaty.
': .. ?' Dearly 1,000 feet high. In the arts was born In the garden of Eden and throat It also opens the secretions ,
I )i J '" yi ,f pumice I la largely employed mostly In had its nest In a great red rose-the- i, and effectually and permanently cures ..

a pulverized state, as a polishing mate' first rose that ever bloomed. When the cold as well as the cough.. For sale s
I '. -l rial for Ivory, wood glass marbles etc. the angel drove Adam and Eve: out by all druggists and medicine dealers.No q <
T {i .t Ii. ; It Is also used! In lump for grinding and of paradise a spark of Ore fell from .

I''. W, ,', smoothing metallic surfaces leather, the angel's fiery sword and burned up Pity Shown. I : ., .
I etc., and In the preparation of parch. the pbenlx and his nest. Out of the "For years tate was after me con -
4! ," ,' ments, etc. Quantities of tha pulver ashes sprang a glorious bird which tlnously" writes F. A. Gulledge Verbena -4.FurnlshedCottages, **-
t v' 4 Iced pumice are used In making fancy also lived 000 years before mysteriously Ala. "I had a terrible case of I ';. .
1 ': soaps. burning Itself, at every recurrence piles causing 24 tumors. When all .
i Of which a new pbenlx la Bald to arise. failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
w. \
.k.J"f' M*.ra.biim Pip... me. Equally good for burns and all .'
\ "A meerschaum pipe that would have Hid Explanation.All : aches and pains. Only 2Gc at all drug t I. .
1, sold Mr. Ueekton. who stores.
I-i brought $2B than ten years ago," sold wouldn'tbring tobacconist was preparing men a speech "are created Special Tourist Forms for protection, of per
; more $10 now a The latest in embroideries
tt very laces
,'+ 4r; 't'' "Meerschaum pipes used to equal." FIRE INSURANCE zonal effects, wearing apparel'nd'jewelry
trimmings etc., at Carl Schrebnlck's ,, -
;, be fashionable\ and popular In America "What'did you observe asked Wswife. of travelers-Good in. transit by rail or water -
Bazaar, Clematis ,
; avenue. '
{ FG' + ; but they are not much sought for to- and anywhere in. America, Europe, Mexico, or Canada. 'r'
+ ; ? day.. "I sold all men are created equal. to
',,1 y:: "It Isn't strange that the liking for That Is to say that they are equal to Mothers, Be Carefulof :
{ them should have waned. The meerschaum one another. This of course. Is not J the health of your children' Look ,
U an unsatisfactory pipe at meant to Imply that they are the equal out for cougha.coiaacroup and whoopIng -
a the best Drop It and It Is irretrievably of their wives."-Washington Star. I cough. Stop them In time-One

: !s broken. Try to color it, and for. a Minute Cough Cure is the best rem TIME"ON ... !
month It tastea like soap, Ill. Experience With Love. i edy. Harmless; and pleasant. Sold by NOTARY PUBLIC WILL CALL AT ANY APPOINTMENT. ..
% "It Isn't\ the meerschaum In one of'' "Do you think that love Is a disease7" A. O. Riegel. .
these pipes that colors anyway. It ''is "Well. It makes me feel far from well
rY; P a mixture of beeswax and oil that the at times." Hartford tires, all prices and qualities : -
M it carvers rub Into the block before they "You? Why, I didn't know you were at: R. B. Porter's Olive Street. .

4" carve It. You could smoke a pipe of .In love." I
pare meerschaum all your life, and at "'i'IA not. Dut I sit opposite at a Fine line of latest style visiting OFFICE NEXT: TO BANK
table three times cards and latest ; WEST PALM BEACH
4.,' your death It would be as white as It boarding house in letters at Tile
stl 1 had been at your birth. It Is the oil day."-Kan us City..r. .nat. Tropical Sun. Call and. see sample r
,' }tl' and Washington beeswax-only Post.that-which'colors. -A Comyromlae. Finest line of candies at the Ma. r rho--" s- K E- jot0 zK otK S +ty t t; tt

_ I "Tour\ account his been standing a Jewskl bakery. ,
time): Mr. --
Duty Before 'Ie..re.. long Dukey. 1-.= no _
Hostess (to new cUl'ste-We) seem to "Then give It 1sea t. my dear D. W.
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Vii' be talking of nothing but horses Mr. Shears. .

Boothem. Are you much of a sportsman "Very glad" to, sir; shall we make It .THE MODEL PHARMACY .......v 'Jiffsff! :. rf ";>*..
I 1 f ? Curate-Really, Lady Betty. I a receipt? -London Tit-Blts.r :;i """ Undertakers andEmbalmers

don't think I ought to say that I am. H as settled down to business for 1905.Entering -
I used to collect butterflies, but I have I Like Good Preacher. I

given up even that now.-London 'Tit "You say your washwoman reminds i ., .;::1'
f : BIU. I you of a good preacher. I -the new year we .. j
"Yes. She's always bringing things'
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L it Didn't r..... I home to me that I never saw before.- Mean to do our best ''. Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA

: Jones-Morris la now' convinced that Yale Record. v .
,h ?i'' advertising does n6t Smith OV
pay. -Why all occasions on'hand c---- -
The whale was the first ocean mate
+ I thought he advertised for a wife and .
r!. got one Jones-So he did, and that's carrier and In three days thereafter he '

', i why be says: It doesn't pay adopted the free delivery system. Uue supply of Perfumes>Soaps" ( : )!J %%%%
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; 'I Peep in on our new and $$2.0'00.

; Mattttis &Epps Handsome display of BATH-ROOM
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!z Men's Furnishings & Shoes Real comfort to lavatories ** ,
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At our Store where delicious Ice Optimns ShoesJust

:, 4 '. Sole Agents for this City for the following CREAM from Famous BILTMORE. ,

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3 Shoes for Men ( Received

it x4 The Uanwter" Shoe $:5.00 pnd JO.OO I Consisting of Black Patent
Colt Vici'sgangarooaveubian1Calf
The Cro aett" Shoe: #3, ?4 and $;; Fire Insurance r\

The .Hamilton Brown Sboe: f 2 to f-4.. 'f' i..:IJ", in High Top I

JJV 7'S complete line
Shoes for Women i ;


; 7 The.' ."Frincw" Shoe, $3.00 SPECIALTY: : ,,:, ,', r.f*4
'. Cut in Bals Blucerjand
t a t +', The -' J"etcrlt"Ihoe:: $2.50 and f ..50Cluctt t ,
Note their: assets: ct'a Button
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AMDrancd Company ot r America ......................_:'.?...? 1,1 8'1,099

'i British-American, of Toronto (American assets) 1,427,302 ''
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j-lawes Ants Continental of New York...,.........,.................,..,....... 14,192,175 $3.50 upS. x

m \ Firemen' Fund of San Francisco ......,................... 6,858,8540

se : A. Shifts German-American) of New York................................. 12.07<1,806 I

: New York Underwriters...,............,.?............,............. 14,510,801

,1 Norwich Union of 18ndr.Amerlcan Assets........... 3,681,429 .

I' I ,Philadelphia( Underwriters I..?...,..........,....,............,, 17.524.W67 S.
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: Saint Paul, of St. Paul, Uinnesota........:........ ...... 3,700,770'>>' h : 4t

a: Every Household I Bprl ng el d,of'Massachusetts, : ..........................;..,...... 6,383,402


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