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 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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i:\ VISITS LAKE ,WORTH Condensed,' News ,Paragraphs Pertalning'to t People. *s They Come, and Go.- NEARS COMPLETION

; West Palm Beach People Whom You May or

--- --- and Vicinity.Lost May Not Know.

During Gov. Napoleon B. Broward'si I The first I .
stretch, of, canal was traveled; -Bunch of keys. Finder will While there is a'very small amount of street and that much-used, thoroughfarewas

'campaign last year ne laid great: stress over until they entered Lalfe Hicpochee: : turn to Harris! & Epps' store and. be re tai* among Miss friends Grace In Culver West spent Palm yesterday the street bond left with which to pave opened to traffic yesterday. On this
|upon. the fact that, should he be elected: ; ,a large; body; of water connected with warded.. r< :Miami Record. the remaining i: uupaved streets, TheTrop- street the concrete curbing, manufactured

one of the principal? efforts of,bis admin- Lake Okeechobee by another section of f Ical! Sun Is pleased to announce that the by John Cragin, Is used, and'Ii isv i
t i.islratlott'would, he the draining of theJjerglades Read the new advertisement of the ; Capt. Dick Smith, Miami. has be l1ta'the work: of i improvement will'! tcb merrily decidedly an improvement over the old

of Florida; should the' idea, the the drainage canal this canal.! Along' this sectionof aid I Sirkin Company which appears in todny's .- city several' days, having come up along until practically every' street is wooden curbing used on the other street: ,*,. '

Upon,thorough: investigation, be deemed launch ''proceeded .Tropical, San to get his new* boat, the Quiunipeacb, paved. The work of paving Tamarind street., {
entered the great'inland'sea of Florida
which was built in this city and which in 'the western' suburbs of the city'was: }
feasible. is A good second-hand lady's bicycle for This news comes from City Engineer
which known .. Lake Okeechobee.
r The sale cheep. Inquire of Box West will I be used,, as ferryboat across Biscayne also completed yesterday', and that street
Governor, and a part of his cabi- Wishing[ 513, Franklin Sheen this morning. Mr.
net have already made a tour of the I. [ the\iroseeforthemaelveulbecon.dition Palm Beach Fla. at : Bay. Sheen stated, to a Tropical: San representative has been opened to the public, which: '"
work that bad \ dobetoi
Bverglades along the southwestern coast i arddralningthisgreatlakethepartyproceeded ; ; Yesterday was St. Valentine' Day, I Mrs. VanDerVeen and Mrs Grace that the street force would at will afford a great: convenience' to. the. .v J

1; and this week an investigation ie being' toward the southern end'of. and the small boy and the one-cent. Canavan, of St. Joe Mich.; Mrs.Wagner once be transferred to Banyan street residents of the west end. f '

u made along the waterways ot the Bast the lake ; !into. what 'is known South stamp' were much In evidence. and son and Mrs. Schoen, of Madison', where operations would be commenced, While the bond fund is now practically
clast.' as Wlsl.! : are guests of Dr. Weatherwax and exhausted, It' is proposed by the city to
and as soon as that thoroughfare is completed
and ttierl
Bay; up'trie, Rlta'rlver and into Attention is called to the new advertlsementj !
From St. Augustine the party; proceeded the-l drainage" canal which' is'cut i for"a of the Dade County State Bank, fatullyThe! three latter, with Miss from' Narcissus direct to the railway carry the paving operations,:! forward, OQ
southward Wertherwax, are on a trip to Key Wes'tand tracks DaturaEvernia and Fern the four streets named above, and ,
_ by launch taking the pay
number of railed i i toward the heart of the which appears ID today's issue of the '
_ )tatanzas river route to the canal which Cuba. On their return hey will b.eguestsy6f streets will be taken In'turn and paved for the same out of the city's general
Everglades; They found the canal open Tropical Sun., "
connects that stream with the Halifax: the parsonage ''for' several from the lake front to the railway tracks. fond. When these operations have been
to although
: navigation, a boat seldom Manager C. L. Meyers, of the Peninsular -
fiver, thence southward by the' Halifax enters it. The canal'ends in the Everglades :. and; Occidental Com 'iff This will\ complete the work and will completed every street and venue from

river to the Ilillsborough and through and is not connected with has"entered Steamship: r. R. E. Resler was most agreeably practically give the city a system of well- the Palm Beach' railway track' in the
Into with
i, the Haulover canal) into the Indian river stream funning'to'the coast, and therefore any- the pany DeForrest Wirelets a contract Com? rprised during the past week by a visit paved streets, such as it never hnd before northern part of tbd city to and Including -

S" far as Titusville. Hereowing.to an does io Telegraph ,7 from his aunt. Mrs. Charlotte Flock I All of the streets, with the exception Fern street, and from Lake Worthto a
very'little good': < accomplishng to establish eack,'f
.accident t't'the launch, the party proceeded the ooject for which It'w designed. pany a plant on and cousin, Mrs': Mary Bush, both of I of Narcissus and Myrtle have been the mala tracics: of the Florida East
s their ships arid to put into operation ..
by rail to this city where they Returning to Lake Okeechobee the New York Cltyl His aunt is a lady over paved with Dade county rock, these two Coast railway, also practically all of the
soon as possible. /
arrived Sunday night and remained until party'proceeded {into the various draIn- 70 year of'.!ge and came here purposelyto thoroughfares alone having been cov- streets west of the main tracks, will be

Monday morning,at 9:30 o'clockwhea The popular ferryboat' Palm Beach'washauled see her ephew, whom she had not ered with oyster shells. bard-eurfaced, and this will, perhaps, '
canals that have
been and also
age cut, West Palm Beach the best
t\tU\ went south by launch stopping at into the larger rivers and streams empty off Monday accident morning oft' account: met for;somebineteenyear.. The cousin Monday morning; the jbig steam road tern give of paved streets of any very little city ays-in.
Lantana and Lauderdale of a slight to a shaft coupling, and Mr. Reser had not met for thirteen I X '
Fort en route, ing into the lake. Soundings were taken roller was brought into service Olive Florida. "
where the drainage operations and the everywhere and a record kept of"the during which time the trim little naptha years. It was a most pleasant meeting 1,
-flock of the canal company were In. launches owned by the ferry companyperforpted and greeting( and the stay of the ladles
.am will be valuable I in the future.Having '
spected. w.h.ich service between this city andthe was made most interesting by their rela Three Young; Men From Harvard Will Give Another Ball. -
made trip northwestern -
a across: the
east aide. The Palm Beach resumed acbV
In the party were Gov. Broward, ex- shore of the lake, a distance of \ this tive. I An impromptu and informal call,, madeat The members of the West Palm B'e
Jennings, Attorney-General W. H. about 65 miles, they entered the Klslimmee morning. The past few days have brought many the home of Miss Julia Doster on Valentine Volunteer- Fire Department are planning ". "

y Jpllis and State Chemist R.; E'; Rose, besides river and started on a voyage up The ladies of the Owls'-Whist Club en- visitors to West Palm Beach most of Eve, by "three young men from to give another ball in Zapfs Opera- '

Capt. George G. Gleason, Superintendent that stream. tert.lntcheir;: gentlemen, friends last I whom come for an indefinite stay. All Harvard," merged into a very formal House next Tuesday evening, Feb. 31,

of the Florida Coast Line Ca nal t Spetklag'about'' this trip Attorney- night at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. B. 7. the better class of boardinghouses and and recherche affair. With mandolins the proceeds of which will\ be applied to

,hd Transportation Company, and Mr. General! Ellis said that p-hile nearly all Perdue., Several tablesofduplicate whist I small hotels have been taxed to accommodate and guitar and 'diked" in their Sunday the purchase of the new fire-alarm' ll.

''t George F. Mites, general "manager of maps show that the lands around the 'were played, after which tempting( refreshments the guest. Minaret Cottage best, fashion plates of style, the really which was recently ordered and which

the same comp ny. northern edge of Lake Okeechobee and were served. The, occasion alone had the following registration: and truly handsome young men presented will be placed in the tower of the new

done by the canal companies along aurvey dtbe 'fact Ii that no surveyor many social functions ever given.by the hill. Mass.; Wm. Highberger and wife, there were others. But there was a jolly at the corner of Datura and Polo i-

the Bast Coast\ will be inspected Approximate :could get within sevetal miles of the club. M. Caldwell and wife, Lincoln, Neb; .great time. An impromptu cakewalk setta streets.

expenses of draining operations 'river, and .even then weuld not be' ableto The members of the'Utopia Club and A. A. Mclninch and wife St. Joseph and character sketches generally servedto Tickets for the event will be placed on

will; be noted, and Mr. Rose, than /find any ground that would support their ladies enjoyed last night one of tIle Mo.; Mrs. lI.(II. Cooper and daughter while away the evening until time for sale in a day or two, and it is hoped by '

whom there Is no man better posted in the weight of a tripod upon which to resta prettiest dances'' ever given under' the Chicago Ill ; Mrs. M. K. Williams and the young men to don their skirts and the members of. the department thai the

the country, will carefully observe conditions transit. The land has not been sur- auspices of the club. It was a typical daughter, Miss J. C. Williams and Miss return home. The three graceful and business men and general public will be /

the advantages to be gained by veyed, and has not even' been patented Valentine ball, and the' elaborate decorations fisher, Jersey City N. J.: gallant young men from Harvard were I as liberal their patronage as the have y

drainage. etc. to: the State. of the ballroom carried out ,the Misses Grace and Elizabeth Garrett and been on former occasions.

It is said by those in position to know Up the Kissimmee river the launch scheme to perfection. The dances con. When you buy bread. why not have Cora Davis, while the maidens fair who It is expected that the bell will reach 't

: that the drainage and reclamation of the proceeded past old: fort! Bapslnger, Fort nislid of many pretty german /figures: and the best The splendid reputatloq met them there were the following In i here by the laU er part of next week and,

t Everglades will compose a large portion Kissimmee and Ute and then Into Lake were gracefully: led by Mr. and Mrs. Majewski's bread is making for Itself costume Miss Relne Walker as "Grandma the t boys are very desirous of having;

of Gov. Broward's first message to the Kissimmee. Here the party cbuld see W.; H.; DaCamara. At It o'clock delicious -i Is due to the care taken in baking. It Jones;" Miss Bertha Elliott as "Slog i funds on hand sufficient to pay off all

Florida Legislature, which convenes In where the waters had been lowered by refreshments were served,and the ; Is always the best; Its quality can not Lee," and Miss Bessie Andrews as "Pit- indebtedness incurred by the time it ;'

April. he drainage canals when they were cut, dancing continued until after midnight. be excelled. Try It. ty Sing" his wife; Miss Lnla Rose, a comes.

While In the city the party stopped at years ago. !bey traveled to the north J. H' MrOlnley, undertaker and em- "Sermons by the Devil.. See It- "Colonial Dame;" Miss Mabel Lett I Man interesting( numbers for the dance

a The Palms, where several prominent clti- end of Lake Kissimmee and then into baalmer West Palm Beach Fla. read it. At Idner'a. "Dancing: Girl;" Miss Julia Doster, have been arranged by the entertainment
wens called and paid respects to the Lake Hatchlncba and through another t 'uri San," and Miss Dora Doster "Sing committee, and those who attend maybe v

State's Chief Magistrate and his cabinet. drainage canal into Lake Cypress; then Tuna:," a* Jap hoy. The Tropical Sun assured that a good time awaits them-

The story of the trip through the Bver through another canal Into Lake Teho- desists from further statement of the i

1 glade. is told in an interesting manner i pekalig, and, traversing the full lengthof GETTING READY FOR "high jinks" cut up in consideration of
Mardi Gras Festivities.
by the Jacksonville Times-Union as follows that lake reached Kissimmee Wed the fact that those boys and girls are

: nesday night. ; DADE COUNTY FAIR school girls and might have to appear Mardi Gras at New Orleans Mobile ''

That the Everglades of Florida can be Speaking of the fertility of the soil of before the "Professor." and Pensacola will be held from March :a .
reclaimed, and that the reclamation of the "Rose the State ------- I
Everglades, Capt. ,
: to 7 inclusive this year, and will be on a
approzimately7arooooacresof the Itch- Chemist, who is one of the best posted All farmers desiring loans should much larger scale than ever before. For \
est land in the United States will' make men in' the country on the resources of Secretary and General II. M, Flagler for the first and sec-I address or call on the Realty Mort- this occasion the round-trlp rate will

Florida one of the wealthiest States in the Eveglades, said that the muck is Blackman has practically beat displays of vegetables-$75 gage Company West Palm BeachFla.. '
i only be one /irstclasatre, plus 2.5 cents.
Union, Is the opinion of the members of : list of premiums to be first prize and $1: $ for the second. j Palm Beach. Fla. n9tf
from ten to fifteen feet in depth, and Tickets to he sold March x to 6 Inclusive '
the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement when it is considered that this muck is I Dade County Fair \atfv' The land department of the Florida final return'' limit March II. How

(und, ho arrived in Jacksonville i worth, at the very least, fro per ton as from March 8 to 13, .and \ Coast railway, through dr. J B. Fine lino of latest style vIsiting ever tickets can be extended until March

recently from an investigation of fertilizer, some idea may be formed of now be prepared and third' pice-president of the cards and latest in letters, at The and
13 by depositing special agent
the in another sub Tropical Sun. Call and see sample!
the Everglades. phlet form to comes as generous
the value of that deposit alone The of timeof
by payment of a fee 50 cents at
Hon. Napoleon B. Broward, Governorof and other. Interested th (the premium list and offers iw 1
muck Is rice in ammonia and would be deposit. The Louisville and Nash- }#'
Florida; Hon. W. II. Ellis, Attorney- lu great demand If it could be obtained I they may know just' what prizes of $:zS each fur the best box No Damage From Cold Wave. ville Railroad operates through Pullman eh J

'General Hon. W. V. Itnott, State Treas peting for, or what oranges, grapefruit and lemons-mar
; where it could be transported.That The weather man Has been trying ever drawing-room sleepers daily from Jacksonville -
aver, member of the Board of Trusteesof this vast ing offered the ezllibltora."Tle table fruit.Following since the cold of two weeks to
area, embracing ap- wave ago and anyone desiring full and :;
the internal improvement fund; Capt..qrf proximately. 7,000,000 acres, can be premiums are the these are numerous other give West Palm Beach another "cold: complete information should address ,
R. E. Rose State Chemist, and Hon. numerous ever offered by prizes ranging from$5 to Erg for the "
drained and made available for cultivation hand; but, thanks to a blgher'author George B. Herring, F. P. A., Jacksonville t
W. S. Jennings, former Governor, and is a fact of which every member of cIation," said Mr. displays Of celery, Irish'potatoes, ity his efforts have been fruitless.. Oa Fla. '
board formed indications there will\ be strawberries, and article of __
now special counsel for the every
the party is convinced They are also Monday afternoon a dispatch was received -- ----- ---
the party that had been on a tour of in.' convinced that it would be the /finest of competitors this :' indigenous to this section advising a cold wave for last For Dade County Schools.State .
y vestigatlon and inspection. fore. We have every Along with these there are other prizes ,,
kind of investment for the State to RO night, dispatch stating: that freezing
and that account 'tlie of sacks and tons of fertil- Superintendent Holloway furnishes -
; The left Tallahassee on Feb x on shape
k into, leaving out all question as to titlesto weather would be experienced south of
Iee'coun" and by the various dealers for articles of the following list of graded and
d and proceeded to Fort Myers, generously;
the property being in dispute on account Jupiter. The temperature did take a
where they started out on the launch/ addition to the Fait I high schools in Dade county as being
ty of claims various tumble and last
: by corporations. Monday night( again
commanded Benjamin now under of i'I"M In the Woman's Department Mrs. entitled to State aid: Miami, senior high,
Naomi III., by Capt. process night
Even estimate the cost of reclaiming but 48 degrees was the lowest recorded
will give M. Offers various JtSoo; West Palm Beac h, junior high d;
which nearly Flagler prizes
Hall, Jr. For six'daysthe party rang-
the lands at f 5 per acre, which'is considered in this vicinity and no damage
lived on hoard the launch which was 60 : space available ( from Jj to jig for the best display! of $360; Lemon City, junior high, 1360; Cocoannt -
liberal estimate, Capt. Rose points resulted more than a alight scare. The
feet beam, and drew two tion wilt have been articles of handiwork, homemade Grove, rural graded: $200; Defray,
feet long, iz Union!
out that there is no State in the cool; wave was welcomed It had been s
time for the holding of goods preserved fruits, etc., rural graded, |aoo. ,
feet of water.
that could produce such vast area of uncomfortably warm for several days,
; ,'already I have assurances merchants, citizens: visitors and
Fort Meyers they proceeded up .
From such valuable land, ready for cultivation and today the weather Is perfect. How-
: that will / contribute liberal We have a practically] unlimited supply
the Caloosahatchee river,,which .Attorney I for many times the cost of reclaiming growers ,they" premiums for ever, it is expected that it will possiblybe of funds) to loan to farmers. Realty
General Bills described as being the the Everglades.: He estimates that the entire space. best of each and every article likely a little cooler tonight than last night, Mortgage Company West Palm I3eaoh.

f, .c'rookedest stream on earth. They went : it costa at least Iso an acre to clear and In the premiums offered be displayed.The but no damage is feared Fla ttl2ta ,,, ,,
through Lake Flirt and Into: the upperwaters : get ready for the plow tracts of heavily of two for the /first:, Times-Union is another liberal

.. of the river to the southwestern timbered land, while in the Everglades, ezbtpit.In oranges giving yearly subscriptions R. B. Porter, the \well known Olive Regular meals at the Clematis 2$'

end of the drainage canal constructed be says, there Is nothing to do but drain citrus fruit. The prices the- Semi-Weekly wer for the best and exhibitors Farmer and in street 'bicycle man, has a new line of cents. Extra turkey:: dinner, every,Suo

:years ago by the Atlantic and Gulf Coast .1|6o, $25: and'rs.Another line of truck and fruit grown in Dayton and Rambler bicycles for sale ;day 50; cents. Open from 6:30:: ..a. ,m.: ",

and Okeechobee Land Company. (f Cuntinuod to Page e. I .large prIze is county,-Miami Metropolis. or rent. ntil 10:30 p. m.. tf ,

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} RQBBERY CHARGED TO CLERiK.- __. _,._ _, w_ __ .........-._,._... ._
. i'' i !1\11'i _'111--
I Stories of 6n
\ Hold-Up Railroad Not
: : Plimer Paper of Dudr'County: Florida. THESIRKIN
Believed by Authorities./
I ,: ,,1 :;; -abed Every-Wednesday- -and :; r-; NOW PRESENTED ;Montgomery, Ala., Fob. lit.-'The arrest ..a. SHOT

Friday of Eugene Hester postal
-- cleric who was CO
\ reported robbed on an withl
4 ""+ ,4' ,I., Senate's Action Stops Presidents Atlantic Coast Line train on, the night is usually place fcood 6r .rms. That's the

1'1''' Y d .', 80B8CIUPTION\ PRICE, 2.0O: PElt YEAR. of Jan 12 last, U the: development of kind,,we sell i We handle the

\ Arbitration Flans, a suspicion/ that has existed, from the DOSSERS TO ME*
1+ .. tlme ot.the supposed hold-up'that he Smith 48 Wesson
S f' \ ; Sun ,
:- Tropical{ Phulishing Comp'yCHAS. did the work. The mombow, of the ,
Yt; B. KENDALL. ManaCtl' local police force and the postofflce tColt and yes*Johnson
'\ I', officials helve thought that there were "
\. Roosevelt Recognlxoa; the Senate'sRight .. SHOESWere
1 1 circumstances connected with the lap-
I- I Kntcred it the poMofDr of west P&iJJ BeachKCondclaM to and There They tft'ri no totnmerjis from us, because tbeir
Reject a Treaty
( .. : matter. posed robbery that were not as clear ...
e. reliability is too, well known
I'\" for All the Trouble of Secretary a* they might have been and there ..

ro < ; has been very little activity the way 'J;' Good giant are of no ua-\\bOUJlh.- if the ammunition
:t ajry, A Bible, allegedto have belonged Hay Inj Matter Has Been Futile. of searching out the mysterious bandIt Your Feet I' is poor. |

:; "' .' to William Shakespeare, waaeotd in Washington, Feb. 13. 'President with a black handkerchief over Us ,
,\ will not the arbitration treat face who was charged with entering
present Ever Tickled P We Sell The Best Ammunition
t r'. London short while for I
a the
,,I, ago lea as amended by the senate, to' the car and engaging Mr. Hester In

{. : 1000. countries with which they were sego ,a hand-to-hand strug re.' market affords.
.t. \' ; ;=;; = tiated. The specific charges are that Hester They will be. and in a mrwt pleas- i CI. the

;1 ': Etiquette is a twuittceot invention! In reply to numerous inquiries by took letters containing valuable In. I ins wSy. i if( you wear one of I IFCome directly here for loth.a

(, representatives of'the press made ai<, closures, one being a remittance..ot 0 0
; that enables naturally disagreeable
ji the state department, Secretary Hay $2,500 from the First National bank HatehettDaCamara
;;: "I people to live with one another without i made, in substance, the following statement of Dothan Ala., to the Hanover national I

\ coming to blows. : bank New York; another $121.B ,
'f, "The president regards the matterof from Enterprise, Ala., to New Orleans. 1 In Elk Soles Hardware CompanyWholesale
r 1\ 1 the general arbitration treaties as It Is also charged that, ; 19 other pack \
\ }r The Czar may declare a. state of '.; Retailers of Hardware
concluded by the action of the senateon ages "are missing. Rubber Soles
_ (, b-, y 8i(' elfbecl1nool.vftnda.placeaboutt. Friday. He recognizes the rightof or West Palm :Beach Florida

t. t t 1 't St.Peterliburll-where'ti8q1lleteBoupb.; ; the senate to reject a treaty either PREACHER (GUILTY... OF BIGAMY. and Leather Soles
i '1 t S to be beard while dictating tbe duct by a direct vote In that sense or Indirectly Woodard -
b by changes which are Incomparable Rev. J. D. Is Sentenced to

i r menl to an amanuensis., ", with Kfr spirit and purpose." Four' Year. In Penitentiary. In any Color and
'" t ---- He considers that with the senate Commerce; Ga., Feb. 13.-- e,. J. IX

I tI Bliner J. Burkett the new United amendment the treaties not only cease Woodard who has been oh, trial tot Material and,

n to be a step forward in the ol the last two days In the superior courtat ; "
Nebratka cause
States Senator from must
0110-a -
0 0'4'0IiUBK11AILIT'S
just arbitration, but ar ereally a step Jefferson, charged with bigamy, 0-0-0
,, i bave accumulated wealth rapidly... backward and therefore, he Is unableto has been found guilty and sentencedto
Not Palm Beach Prices.
we.tPalm Booch. Kobruary ;l,1OOB,
'V ? He is only 87 years old and a member present them In this altered form four years In the penitentiary.It I
to the countries will be remembered that Rev. ,
with which we have
4 of the millionaires' club. been In negotiation." Woodard came to this place about 111 THESIRKIN THERE

L l9 v't The arbitration treaties which were months ago from Gastonia, N. C. ABESOME

I s. Gov. Douglass, of Mas8nehu.8ettn, amended and ratified by the senate on where, after spending about three CO. PEOPLE "

Saturday were sent to the to months here married a. Miss Patton,
ia the fourth Democratic
day. Each treaty was accompanied of near this place. Shortly after bit' Jefferson Block WHO DO ,, ,NOT KNOW

elected in fifty years. He in a man of by the resolution setting forth the. action marriage It developed that his former that the finest /Rood! often cont no more than the ordinary. Fur instance .

iJ', .. tbe people and settled tbe cotton taken by the senate. wife was still living and from which West ralmlieach, Florid there Is the

,1 t mill strike shortly after elected\vhi.-h The vote of 50 to 9 in favor of th arose the charge of bigamy. .. Ferris Ham and Bacon '' ,
amendment to the treaty does not give Rev. Woodard's plea was In the na.

+ t sL had been on six months. Keep your the full strength on the senate on the ture of the state prosecuting the wrong ---- 'J none finer on earth, and few Indeed us good: We have,them jl'ri stock. ,( ,
tf oa Donglnsn. question of Insisting on its prerogatives man for the crime and he fought with Beautiful Hams, at 18 cent a pound, '
eye '' {
r,; i In the matter of treaty making. vicious efforts to' maintain this pre FABER BROTHERS Boneles Breakfast Strips, at :ao cents a pound ,

There were five pairs, recorded, but I tense.. However, the state showed by ; Two-pouod squares, in cartoons at 45 cents each. A
i If Russia could bring her war with In each case It was stated by the sen I the wife and. father-in-law,, as well as
others, that Rev. These goods are the most toothsome and appetising, will be relQ
ate Woodard was the
announcing his pair that he believed i
fished at breakfast by the most exacting epicure, and sure produce
man and that his '
If his identity was absolutely !
pair were present he | Clematis AvenueeaiBread&Gracer
$, tige and honor, she would be quick would vote for the amendment. There certain. ;i the genial smile that wont wear off.

h 1 + to do oo. Mutters will get worse with teemed to be a lack of Information aa Other remarkable evidence which I i
tier the longer she'! protracts the warsr to whether general pairs covered the came out tn. the trial was that he. had '
$ subject of amendment ta treaties and formally lived with two other women* !' MB[ I. L. w. BTJRKHARDT Finest Groceries
She I id DO match for JHpan. on that a number ot senators refrained pretending to be their husband. i;: f
---- tit will to purchase: our Coupon Books.
trom voting. Senator Allee, who was 1, pay you
/ We have beard no complaint as to recorded as voting for the amendmentwas BRIDE OBJECTED TO MAGISTRATE I

i not present. His name was con I Merchants
damagebeiogdonetothepeachtr.eeif : fused with that of Senator Alger, who Minister/ Failed to Show.Up and Wed

of this county by the freeze. The trees'! was present and vcted for the '''amend ding Was Called Off. I

I r" -', r r: ,ii had not started to bud and) were in a ment. The pairs recfJrded'were De- :Butte, Mont., J.o\b. 13.-Frank Fran-

> pew and Mel nery, Proctor zen presented himself at the office I1 >w
;itm : I. !. condilirm to stand the freeze. The' ; Clark of Arkan/ ab. and,and Mlllard ltuTory : of District Court Clerk Davies and w\ ...............................................*.....

z ;' prospects are that the orchard of' Pettus and Ursine and Simaions an.l attempted to secure the return of $:J

J, Clapp. he had expended unselessly in tie parchase L.H. L. HILLIER I i
,.I' Fff' the county will put on a heavy crop. Record was made however) ax t' of a marriage license. The disappointed .
-DeLand Record. said there b'een>
) the manner these man had t -
Senll.vl'wuuld Lav.1voted. -
: ------- no wedding after all, although the Indications _, :
,'" In that direction!! seemed very : "
There Is one thing certain: The soil bright to him when he secured the TOBACCONISTCigars :
,:. /of Florida is so varied that farmers license. t
fi 'I F -- It was stated that all arrangements : Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Etc. Etc. :
I. are not restricted,: to raising i only a Georgia Senator Introduce Important ,

:y l few crops. If citrus fruits and straw- Measure In Senate. were franzen complete to Miss Bridget far the C.marriage Walsh. of A I S CANDIES :
: Washington, D. C., Feb. 13.-The anttoptton I II 1 .
;:1 berried rannot l h n produced, there I U and antl-future bill Intro number of friends!! of both the parties 1 : A FULL LINK OF LOWNEY'S CELEBRATED CIi COLATES :

::' no limit to the sweet nne] Irish potato duced ''by Senator Clay In line with were invited to attend the .wedding.It I sl 1. : Cold Soda Lunches
I' the action of the cotton, planters ot was expected by the bride that Rev. Ice Cream soda to Order During Season : y
crops, as well OH corn.-GuiDPlivill Father Callahan, the pastor of Sacred .
the south as expressed at their :New :pressed and ready for immediate dell 'Ice Cream e
Heart church, would officiate but he SKMINOLS i3LOCCIVsT PALM BEACH '
'u -
Sun _____ __J__ attention.Orleans convention Is attracting mucb did not put in an appearance. The en.Ve that ever came have dome into the of store.the fittest It is pork not ...........a..........................................

t The report corals to hand that Senator Clay's bill has been very bridge-groom said he could call\ up a ordllary"hol? me ;t." but tender suc-

t It'ti, \ dealers in California are doing all in carefully drawn with the Idea of avoid justice of the peace or some othet cuter, high class pork, corn fed and as '
t clergyman to come post-haste to tie
I, ing, eo far as possible the pitfalls as nutty ht flavor as could"wish.i .
; their power to injure the sale of Florida the knot, but the bride-elect would not anyone YoalORpekpetpRO.'pltpaplpapltt0ltort: )isoeoilolao ,
wUch lolAOlao7lpilo7/oko
prevented the ; ;
enactment of leg i I A loin or leg roast or some juicy chop'
i : ;,y fruit in the 'Northern markets, islation along this line informer con agree and called off the wedding.. !,!; would make an agreeable.. chance_ from i

? claiming! that frozen oranges are being gresses. i I beef and lamb. ---0 -- ---I, oi. G. G. *
i shipped from .Florida. Hut Ih9' Georgia senator has given much I ITo Company OO
thought to the
subject, and his bui Italians Thrown Into a Panlo By Big
statements need canes no alarm to will, he believes meet the principal: Fire-:-150 People Homeless. I o

T J }<"I 0 ritl II p; ower8. Wherever the Florida objections advanced against former New York, Feb. 13.-Sixteen Italian FAMILY
I bills, at the same time retaining all families with many small children Fancy Indian River Oranges Ito GROCERIES r o
rr' y ora age has been fold once it will the elements of strength of those
bills. were thrown Into a panic by afire whulreab.aad l Itotall V o
;' f flail a reedy market again. The eul- He has presented It aaan amend early today in a story tenement houseat I i o o X

ers north have" only one complaint, ment to the postoffllce appropriation: 2057 First avenue In Harlem. Poultry and Eggs, Dobbins & Qulgjts' V of Fancy Food Products o

+ mill, It being mu.de germaln to this The flames, starting In the collar, Dr ltd fresh every day o X
and that is the insufficient crop of bill by the provisions denying the worked their way Into the four uppei I ; o

Florida orange to supply the de. use of the malls to all letters or com stories of the building before they LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO I( Grain and Provisions K O.
munications from persons or corporations i were discovered cutting off all means
mand. Even the "seconds" ia Flor- o
bearing upon options or future :of exit for "'the tenants except those j ,' CM. PRICE, manager I V
is idas are preferable to the bent they delivery contracts of the kind prohibited who took to 'the fire escapes. j Olive Street, West Palm DeachFla oS .... JEFFERSON' BLOCK s o

: get from. tlilirornlu.-GtliDI'IHilIeSnr:: : by the bill. I' Descending tothe second story, several ftV
_--_-_ -- __u __-__ panic-stricken women hurled the It Cl West Palm Beach Florida r
lt c New Chief Justice For Panama. youngest children to the crowds on the iio. ,
President Gompers, of the Am,rican I t i .'-9IIJo fK
Panama Feb. 13.-Dr. Charles A. ground. Policemen caught many of Found a Cure for Indigest on. ttotaplaokatlalohpNOBoiau.
Federation Lu bor.lI' evidently Cooke has succeeded! Chief Justice the youngsters! and carried them to a ,t' use Chamberlains Stomach and lgoitc5eolaoyaoiaoivoiloiapytpl.otaoleotf
of the Ponce who has place. of tafety. More than 150 Liver Tablet to' --- -- -- -- ---- -- -
figuring to get; some! working been appointed by the pep Indigestion and1 find -----

people down on him. In replying Panama' government a joint commissioner sons were made homeless, and tha: that they suit mY'.case better than anydyspe'psla

rJ with Frederick Boyd, to act tenement was ruined. One woman Is remedy I have ever: tried *?S% < 3< 5 y a question as to the "moral and ma- with the joint reported as missing.
I commissioners for the .. and, I have used many different rem dfi
terialconditionoftheworkingcI;: 8P" United States In condemning suits for --- ----- dies. I am nearly fifty-one years of f :

.; in this,, country: ;' be quietly deprived! land acquired by the United States WoodlawnCemetery' age and have suffered a great deal Sold by
government In the building of the Panama from Indigestion. I can eat almastanytblng .
the professional BRitntors of some of canal.
I want now. deo. W Em BRQWWELLGillette
} W,' 4 their favorite ammuuitinubythefol-\ ory, Rock Mill&", Ala. For sale by all { ?Y IlearSlrr rteshi'b
Quiet Prevail. at St. Petersburg druggists and medicine dealers {
l lowing expression of opinion, Lot i dw,4a ice
St. Petersburg, Feb. 13j-Quiet prevails can now ha ohto.Incil In the new tome.tery a! / d YuwW kW
I : tb the Jacksonville Times-Union: "It has in this city. The Putllofl Iron at Went Palm Befell.WALLACE ip, to a B. Porter Olive street, for &
.:, : been immeasurably' improved I'D reltI ( works and four other works are still I B. MOSES. Agent. the famoua Hartford, Urea.I G Safety Razor J. .
c : ulnrity of employment, in higherwaReii.ir Idle.A I, will. ele.lydtpol>i H. Aq man es. MOORE
I telegram from Saehutun says Gen ''r h.Y.wlthltei oadn, .bne1i. I,.
s.1' t I : : ; ) a shorter working day tngreatereieurebettercooditioumore eral Kaulbars, comander of the Third ----- bado I.e..uete! nye.nJ,4 aw..blmwlf.N ai seas'Tb.en.

: ManchurIan army has taken 'W1"h .nfoi-m Ues Ithroimdwbedcubb.dpd,
f { over the every pernon within one hlatro ,
hundred i u DEALERS IN
mil.Mof n.
command of the Second Wtl'ohn Ilunchthat I ei.W bed. ,, pen't'temp.nd ens
Manchurian! >m here to rrpairyonr' watchesolneksend t h ou,
y : pictures) more, books". more music! army recently vacated by General Grip- Jours ry-.to lit you eye. with ftprrtaUu or a them.lWn dl.mood daub pnpnubthae b Salad I ,-
I : Leah
eyegliutiMM and bead.
to MU apes "
yon anything < 4 ; :
: u" better clothing, better food, better penburg. may want In my hue I i nm not..a wlnt.-i yet thirty. Burbot .i.T.r"r.(.ao.nit awf 1'0
visitor," hut a pvrinnnKiit vf UInt., !. a pm-+' ., ,i,8; ', M Cbifnd..mdm. nod M1 detect "vrugD,
: furniture!, less intemperance and the 'perry oeourlnltaden I I : and |perfootly. I'>- r thetithtoed w wln
b be W
Oils Smith Guilty of Murder. ItonHllila for nny liimlnewi von hive
may *"
A : increased use of all the things that to trantaei. with me. WHtchu and Jewulry { T No 'Stropping" JYTcoHcinQQ
i Forsyth, Oa., Feb. 13.-The superior In mwil of ivpnirinn may homntby. r8KI.l i red ,

: go to n.ake people better and life court, was !in session here this weak | mall 0"Mt exprcmi.by return, mail t will-If vnAinlne the prier and I. not roMrt i -Ck a, >oa mtanot or Honing ,

: The la the case of the state v. Otis Smith o..uarI\C'nt'y you one order the Koodn n- y y/ *70I".'"mit Ynaneif.-
worth living. morale of "mooth. do Stationary>
,more tumod witho.it nhui-KO. I have hail, twen >l .ha.e, )
the Aenkt
jury brought In
a verdict of inft
guilty ty yon'l' expurlenre I with fw 'rasa
: tie man and the morale' the family of murder with the recommendation hnnww In New York; and C xim IIeitlmore-etx of the ben d ea Ahen s ,ae how.., oeed.ro4 el ii,.
: Jmve been elevatedand this baa been to life Imprisonment. On account of .l.r-. ..nl..nf *. Cmeby l Coe.lnck.nnri'lle.| !!} fur q .rohnono swill e/ru/ ra.na saw pl.ae la and 'g"qrci.noy
tbe prominence of the These (ante onijht to baMiftleient nmir> t I Teuha st rr. cwt bo
defendant .
this .Hnco that j undetitand: Wdttmal bLdo*at
j followed by tbe, development! or bet mv bunineu and In'ltnw. sou
i case has excited a good deal of interest I guarantee iKtluIacuon In every, cues. ." Qoodo

': r terand higher attributes the, whole I In Foryth and Culloden, and all 1'. WALKER.. EXPERT WAfcHnAKER AND OPTiCIAN T !

S 4 human character." throughout the county Jefferson Block West Palm, Be ch ..



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COUNTRY, ,AG ''IN'IN' last night.' TW'is the heaviest! snow t '

that barn been, sxperleuued\ here since:, Everybody's Column '
I 1886. t-

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GRASP OF BLIZZARD Memphis, Tenn.., Feb. 13.-W th tl.temperature WAITED.A I .H. :

----- ,
holding around the ero :: ..
spark. Memphis is today experiencing .
t [;,Cold Wove, :Extends Far Into : the coldest weather' the) winter. Write Zill & Green Delray, Flo ,' I "

iW, Three Inches of snow fell during the MONEY TO LOAN. :
Sunny nigbt.street car trade la disarranged. '

,, /',.RI.E.ZE WILL!: & REACH. FLORIDA Dallas, Tex,,Fob isfi-At 7 a. m. L you want to Improve and need money _

''t". I, ---..,. the thermometer registered 3 ..degreesabove I to do it with apply to. (}IO. O, Currie,'

(aMel'cury Drops to 26 Degree aelCw zero, the coldest la five years. Went Palm Bench. CORSETS

Much suffering la reported among1 the I FOR 5ALE .
+ 4 Zero?at Omaha--Coldt t Weather InV poorer classes and live stock have : '- -- -- ILS +

h d i} ..lr. ..-jCoufltry; Will Suffer a teen killed by exposure: i LHERMANS: POINT; ON LAKE

.1 ber. : 0 Worth near the Inlet 38 acres land.
Great ;
1 .
.", New Orleans, Feb. 13.-With.11.-tem. 10 acre garden, balance pineapples.

M:,\ ,Washington, t). '01:, Feb. 13.-Tils perature showing a decline of 89 degrees 300 fruit trees, one hundred 'bearing. 11'I.
from the maximum of yesterday large cocoanut trees. Beautiful '
40 '
weather bureau
today issued the tot.I4wlag .
forecast New Orleans if)t up today' to find Handing site. One thousand feet lake f''l .. .
: I
bome nearest best ; .
front. Ideal winter I'I
one of the of the '
coldest.days year.Btlmtngham ,
I '"The severest cold wave of the pres.lent fishing. Apply to Box 155 West Palm I j' '

/ aeason will overapreadrthe eastef Beach. Fla _
'' Ala., Feb. 18.Three ,
fi "art'of "
the United State. tonight'With' 714 ,
temperature 'a. Inches of snow fell here during the TRADE *OR N APTH LAUNCHtwelve STYLE ______
the below for I.t
zero ,
0 I ,
early morning but traffic was only acres fine pineapple land ,
south as Virginia,,and freezing weath. Deerfield. Address s sr
lightly Interfered with. The weather facing: railroad near I
er to' south central, portion of the Cbas. O. Williams, St. Augustine Thompson---Glove'Fitting- ; of
Florida peninsula. Is the coldest of ,the winter, Fla.TROPICAL, ,
.;., -----:,- : '

$;, k'Atlanta, Feb. -Following Iminedl' Des Moines,,, Iowa, Feb. 13.-The .REAL_.ESTATE_ _. AOENCY" W. B. Corset. .
', mercury broke all records' here' today -- --r( ,
rely upon the two storms of last FO. i RENT' ;

$yj-j jkc [:'week the blizzard that Is blowing today the below thermometer'registered zero ,after a piercing 23 cold degrees ex One Seven Room Cottuge:. handsomely "., Colton Invisible .Lacing
will probably the 'work olrepalr
i ; retard furuiabed. Lake front, located! 300 '
the 86 hours. '
tending past '
(, to the telephone and telegraph \ north of Royal Polncianu. Hotel i
yards :
/ -' I |'ystems, and should It'continue for any r .< :: : Kabo (no brass eyelets)

'. ; 'length of time It 1s probable that even GOTHAM. l 1& COVERED WITH ICE!: FOR SALE. ., ,/ A ,

ore damage will be done. East Side lake front property a)4 >'Girdles;'I\' :' tf
Short Corsets in all of I..JOR
'Tbe' freeze following the' rain( 'Sun..yevenln& Buainaca Paralyzed and Hospital. Ar miles north of Royal Polnciana Hotel ] Hip Long Hip, 1

u4 [. !: coated telephone, trolley Filled With Injured People.. small cottage, owner non-resident.. :Will ?I., s4.'?1 \ "1
J .
and New York, Feb., 13.-Reports by the sell cheap. ., ..I',.: ', the above brands.' 1 '
'hr' telegraph poles with Ice, making various ";; ; i': 'i: ,
the andhrm'
police and returns from
Town lots lands for 'sale.
$(Impoaulble for the repair work to .
1V hospitals show that scores of persons Write for prices. 1 ,' I( \ t,
'Continue. The linemen found It un ,
ate, to work on the ice-coated poles, have been severely injured by falls ,Cottages and hotels for rent., I. : :

p, And the blowing/ snowstorm made It In various sections of the city owing W, I. Metcalf, Manager, "
I to the water covered ice and hard\ West Palm Beach, Fla.
} possible to string; wires.
ened with which. the street be-
S.i''{ t Should the storm 'continue it la at'itgether' snow ,.,, ---
came filled during, the storm. More 7.w : !
likely the street will
f than 20 persons were so'severely hurt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .
?, ffjj ve to top{ running, in which event.be' ..
that they were removed to the hospitals
; *
.* deplorable condition of last week LAW
nl sT';., Hl be repeated. The third storm Is some of them with broken. limbs. Ladies Outfitters _
Traffic was paralyzed all over' the
3 alsointerfering1' with railroad traffic, : CO.OIlILLINGWOlt'I'1l
city. Hundreds of horses fell and : i
'taab: ,. many of the 'wires that had been
many had to be ahot because of their ATTORNEY AND CUUNSfLLOR
'jla1red Saturday and Sunday are out .
'i' Injuries. The officials who attend to
'' West Palm Beach 'la.
Order' again today. All trains are 1
these waiters said It was the worst S
alas from one-naif to three hour 'C
,w day; "tor accidents that the city had .E0,0., CUUKIJ2Attorney ,

known In 16 years.
and CoaaselloratLavrWEST
Thousands of persons' experiencedfalls
1 J-UmtsvlUe, Bye Feb. 13.-A remark PALM BRACH, FLORIDA
and many were injured, of whom

; 1y'severe; ; country cold; today wave temperatures overspread there In the, police have''no' record. TT. I3HANNINO, V"'The"' ""....... Buffalo Gasolene MotorA

''ee* mcetcareful n.rmeraandlr.doner.everywbere
Mlsslslppl and Missouri valleys
', WOMAN WRCK3 A SALOON.' Attorney and CounaellortLa.w.Office '"
,;,,1 aging from, 6 to .28 degr a. below r place eonfldence In Ferr'aSeedsthe HIGH-GRADE
over :Bank.)
,;' Carrie .Nation Outdone WEST PALM BEACH FLA
by an Angry
s4 and t northern Texas and east Automobile Motor .
t ';01110. Oregon Mother. ROBBINS Y i r41E
Pendleton, Ore., Feb., 13.-Enraged GEO.. ,
Hfclln or snow'or both have fallen .1 For Launches
i ) Saturday over the entire south because he had sold her son liquor, Attorney and Counaglor-at-Laut. Speed }. '
? SEEDSh..e
Mrs.,Bella Bales, of Beaverton enteredthe
r la and Federal CoorU,
itllikhalf State
of the county. The precipl Will practice
I .. Absolutely reliable
I \ establishment of Rossi b Hen FLA.. been standard fer49)'ea. I ,
n being closely followed by freez* TITUSVILLE. k They are not an expurlmeiib 1
f which drickson, and armed with a garden Hold by all dealer leas :ores l Perfect Speed Control.
weather cold
and the wave
1 ., rake: attacked the, proprietors furi W J. MIC'I'OALJI', Aaaa.l fret for tbeulclng.ADtlrolt Senator IMS Catalogue '
far south and
:pushed IntoTexas:
ously. She smashed them .over- the D. M.FERRY CO.,
central Mississippi valley. The'Uonl ATTORNtY-AT-LAW. ,Mloh.Mangonia GEO. R.
V ..
head in double-quick time, demolished S NOTARY ,PUBLIC.
> are for clear and continued -
.L6.-: West Palm Beach
wet goods by the gallon and otherwise U. 8. COMMISSIONER
; cold weather over thla district4t.dgbt created terror. WIli praetlon County,""jiiin!' e" .....e'&I -- i ,
and Tuesday, with a tendency Court .
...' The place was crowded with patrons LAND CASES A SPRCIALYY.eSteeLTaoetoat.Saa .
." snow Monday evening
at the time of the woman's sen- Block Poultry Atlantic Coast LineTHE
e freeze' will reach Florida In 24 !
r !
national incoming, but they fled when Weic Palm Beech Dade County Itorlila.
,'--f A.heavy snowstorm prevailed '

1, at Birmingham. Knoxvllle, ,I she and left.began There to awing has", been,the ,rake much right feelIng A. J.'JUISWlb. I .Farm.F GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LOR IDA );

._reported 8 In&hea of snow, caus *
I "
against the saloon_ In question. ATIORNEYATLAWasd CONMECTJONS ----- ,
finuch: delay to street car (raffle,
1 + Several. boys have reported they,were I To
't ITashvUle reports a precipitation sold liquor there. Agent the U. S.Fidelity*.Oumrmntf Co )olBaltimore. White Leghorns, Wyan- The Over its own rails to Savannah
.!"'j": Ii;i Inches with very cold weather Md. dotter Eggs and Stock East
L '"'iing. jMr s. Bales, who is the wife ,of a Office at corner ot C'lematla Avenue'and Narclxsu Charleston, Richmond and Wash''
i prominent merchant of tie town, determined *street, over Potter's bicycle etore, For Sale.V. '
.,cold In severest In Texas: and she would take the law Into 'Il-419et.( : WEST PALM BEACH: via All Rail ington;thence via Pennsylvania: Ry. "
sing losses to the cattlemen. \ E. 'GALE, Manager
her own 'hands. A warrant was Issued SURGICAL
4< ai>iron a.
\ for her arrest. ,She say aha win To '
; '; jiclnnati, Feb. 13.The eudden ; Jfr. :D, The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery
gladly go to Jail for the good cause,, TT O. JIOOO, The West
|,In temperature brought the rivet .. .
< 1'l >' a stand, gorges. forming at a PHYSICIAN AND,SUROESN EORGI2 O. BUTLER The :Mobile & Ohio, Montgomery rr,:
ber of points. The Ice moved .. omce over Potter'a bicycle .to,.. ,WEST ------- -
; |ly' all day Sunday, crushing PALM BEAOH.. Beeldence near Royal ,CIVIL ENCINEER c
every New..Jo.y Mother Kills Self and HerTwo PALM BEACH. lii-1: To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company, for. New fj
J ; before It, and the. new freeze Children. Folnclana PALM BEACH v' .. FLORIDA The East t York, Philadelphia Boston.

> { \postpones' What river men' believe Bloomfleld N. J., Feb.,13.Becauseher T> B. PUTTER' M. D., Via, Norfolk Steamer to,New York, Washington and Haiti-,

!.lie> the "worst', final break up of more. ;,
< In Iwo children aged respectively 8-aa-98: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. L. A. WILSON bi'Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Company .
ver many years ; via I IIteamli
I' 18 month and 3 years,' were ,afflct for Baltimore and Philadelphia. ;
damage already Is estimated at'tlOOOOO D&NTALr :
ed with asthma from which' she herself MANUFACTURER Of ;I
: | to dollars. In
has suffered since childhood, Mrs. MACY TO KEY WEST '
> 11. via Peninsular & Occidental ,
Bon to the $100,000 loss alreda .
Boots and Shoes
Elsie Loux, of this place, after putting lL. and
.ed to vessels and other property.lilt ,
the little ones to bed turned on the gas Steamship CompanySOMETHING
I more than $500,000 to $1,000,* and lay down beside them to cUe. Office in Jefferson Block Repairing in All Kind of Leather HAVANA
"ris, In serious, danger of total de- ..
entered by' the WEST PALM: BRACH, FLORIDA
+ ; When the room was, i Goods Neatly Done; NEW
Ion. Full crews are onboard '
e ''steamers and steam Is kept neighbors, Mr. Lout having gone awayon J. E. LlDD" I Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 miles of among toe principv i
a visit last night.'the two children Dl.t Indian Taaacd Bucrsliaand railroads In the Southern /Stated, are on sale by the principal agents '
("r adlnea. for whatever may hap- were found dead and the mother dying. Dentist Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line.

tE' ;y I/The:/ ) Ice is BO' heavy that ordinary She left a letter to her husband Imploring Oftlolil'lra& door welt..of Dada County State Prank C. 17 yleston, Commercial AgentW.. D. Stark Traveling Passenger S

1 are of slight avail. and that ., Bank Horsehide Shoes Agent, 138 \Veat Bay street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. H. M. Emerson
his forgiveness saying Traffic Mana W. Craig General Passenger Agent,. '
rn i' WEST PALM BEACH. FLOBDA : eiv J. Wilmington: N C. 1P
that it
she had determined was
id lie, Ala., Feb. 13.-Following anally die FOR TENDER FEET
children should
that she and the
ta ,i warm' day, early last night, Olive St North of New Jefferson Blo'

d1. ," can to fall and heavy winds permorning than suffer &nylonaer.Rus.lan. f01ErnuNEYR. : "'snda "mmmwrwmmiirmmmm" " " t?'"? "mnntntntlnttrtttmttnttnr2" " ," " 1
: .This the thennome ..G. ; .

f' t parked 32, and It steadily grows Toklo, Feb.. Bombard 13. 2 p: Japanese.m.-The Russians FOWLER BROS & el }

i?4i, 15")ides.and: doorsteps.Ice formed The on the-day side win* Field continued Marshal to Oyama'a bombard center portionsof and E. M. BKELSFORD() KING | 7.70 Fie plarmaey I

record one 'of the worst In MACHINE SHOP
of as this section. A Blight right on Saturday last Feb. 11. The Real EstatePALM ClematIs Are. and NarcIssus! 3 t
; story
4 ,i Russians continue the construction of OAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY > t

% [;[of'' snow,,the first alnce 1899, ,.ooBa defensive works on their right to the BEACH. FLA. AL KINDS LA THE and SHAPE R WORK == Even Cupid is in line with our == ft

1.1 at 4 a. m., of Tentapan. where they == soda. That's because he's always
Southwest ==
u for Notary Public.! Cottages to' ReD GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR ==- ill l hanging ronnd a soda fountala a
are erecting an epaulement a battery -
1 Jshvlllo, Tenn., Feb. 13.-Nashvllla SALE II==' whenever a young fellow and. ==
,' of 24 guns. The Japanese recently OOloo,South Polnclana Hotel :: miss find they're thirsty. ==
the'grasp of another blizzard adra .
'surrounded a Russian cavalry Near Lake Let the little fellow
Perry! Landing, Front. r: alone. lIe's ==
aa the one' through which sh detachment near tlsienchang killing == dlne Rood service and helps the ==
: I just passed. The mercury fell WEST PALM BEACH, t FLORIDA soda ?
11. :: business. :
three of the enemy and, wounding
r eeain one 'hour yesterday a5 T. J. CAMPBEIX == Our fountain is so popular It == ltd

|nand this morning at 6 o'clock Carnegie Summoned. ToniC to the Syatem. > == takes a lot of thesecuplds to keep ':-::

fered 4 degrees above.-Last night! Jam-Up-To-'Now'BLACKSMITHr.NG.HORSE For liver troubles and constipationthere : :: tab on the fair ones and their escorts == 11

,K o'clock snow .began' to fall and! New York,, Feb. 13.-Andrew Carnegie la nothing better than DeWitt's I :::: wbo visit ns. That's becausewe've ==
,: haa announced that he would go Little Early Risers, the famous little == the best soda on ''earth. ==
11 (round la covered to a depth about Have a gl is' and then bave>anoth_
Mrs ::
Cleveland to testify against '
\i> to pills. They do not weaken the stomach '" :;
} Bheg. h: [Cmsnn eel Awful good;- sa't It? _
Cassle L. Chadwlck. .It alleged SHOEING GENERAL Tbelr action upon the system ia d
t == A. mJ11J11Jl1JllJl1Jl1Jl1Jl1Jl1Jl1Jl1Jl1J1" ==
that. the signatures wer. ,forged. Mr. mild pleasant and harmless. Bob {
4 i". fclcago> ,. lbb.winter; '' was the Carnegie's announcement was aii* REPAIRING ANDl'AN'rING > Moore' of> LaFayette, Ind., says; "No / J11Jl1j1'J11J11J1'Jl1Jl1AI1Jl1Jl1' '

t4+'i etot the In Chicago. At) nounced after a subpoena ordering him use talking. DeWUt'g Little Early Rls-) /

+ P lock this morning the thennctne* federal : ers do their work. All other pllla I .
to appear before the grand have used and make sick In ,
gripe me
below fall I
eglstered 14 degrees a ,
Jury at Cleveland on ..March. 6, had BUILT- 'TO ORDER the stomach and never cured mo. De- (jr
degrees In 12 hours. At 8 a. :m
f been served upon him. Witt's Little...Early Risers proved r' GBUDDED 5 Mulgoba Mangoes. '
'. at 18 below
stood degrees ,
jiercury ,
Ckinatl Av*.,Wtat o re*) be the long Bought relief. They are
I, :/the, Observer predicted that It Walk-Out: at Lodz. simply perfect." Persona traveling find
Collection of Crotons in the United States alma]
Largest. PhjUanthus.eto.
kT rise'much hliher'urIJlc. the .
1 not Feb. 13. Advices from Little Early' Risers the most reliable +,
..,' : Warsaw.' remedy to carry with them ...Sold by All pot grown Full Line Of CItrus Stock
of returned
'1 tods' say' work''thata'number' this 'morning but men that GEO. HASLEHDRST & SONCont..ac A, O. RIegel. i 'grown on High Spruce' Pine Land.- ...Addresl. '

j XYHle l. Tenn., Feb. 13.-From after an hour they}, walked out.; The Builders JOHN B. BEACH. West Polm! Beach Fla:

tut to 8 o'clock'this' morning I situation Is ,quiet. The authorities or'* and When blllloua try a'dose"ot Chain "

i of 'snow had fallen In this city officially,., announce that as a result of 1 P. o. BOX '304I berlain's Stomach'and Liver Tablet i <"'"'T '

.now, followed' incessant drlao the disturbances sit. ,Lodt>,<.144'' bodies flrst-clasa and realize uptodatemedicine for once. ;how quickly will correct *-; 'THE TROPICAL,

_':raln, which' continued* through have been buried while 200 wounded' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I'' the disorder., For sale by all drug.and I. FiQest Priftin '.f) Department.SUN

'yestedsty.andthe' early hour .oft persona,are still la tie hos>iltati. I I IMa"ts what you eat. l .clltI .,medlcln dealers, .' Job : ,
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b Nltr; % ws'! Her, Terror.; ,I' t..CI1, $eJ'1.in''t i.r urltry1tctuedy, i""iWTtiiA.wr.BEIl, P'.W .,1lPTltL ,."., ( v''{ :

r "1 would cough; nearly all eight and tent it to Friends.Mr. .. ..... .. ._. __._ii.--, .-- I .d:11":111' .
"1'1 'i, ,. long" writes Mrs.. Chas. Applegn.be, of F. W. JT. Fletcher. a druggist In: 91" .a gra+ la.i8'csilG' el arRaa. 'ts' ooodooooooooaooooo ookely '" \

Alexandria, Ind...and could hardly get Victoria, Australia says; "A customer .The.Beaeh Club
": .any sleep I had,1 consumption 9 :;I'' \ i '' that if I walked Q..1 block I would pough; berlain's Cough Remedy, which she r.O #.azzCLT'L4WEliLPA.MsEACH.14k.ORIDA Jrh t> i.rgini

!f.1', rightfully; ,, and\ spit. blood, but; when had used for her children 'when' sufltec A -' J 4*1 : ftlr4( 1b" aArkpl I '
yl!i 4' I, .all otner\-u"'dldine*; failed, three $1.00 inc from colds. and croup that duringa A / $ situated "Q ,\ ,,10, \
f iS .%bottles o.C'' Dr. KInINew: Discovery' .foctnlghrt tln sheplftfHwdj9t) \ my ; I ': :811/rst1l.: Avenue t
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.,,,, ,whollyIreJ1! .me, and I- gained 68.pounds1 shop, rime< bottles, vhtclx she sent to .B*Mttirolig ,oeatd oo the ', ';? .w..to. :At.p..h, $lortda eStE U r ELF },:
I,', .:'. !? It's. Absolutely) guaranteed to I her friends in different parts Of the )1 ".r.t"rQrilDliDdl1! \ : :;'.> :\ ,: >. $
(' !* (lure C0"8hs, .Golds'taGrippe. pr&nchltl stats* J tefl1 IM.tq .1J1,hqw muph Jtpod t \ ,: ; : : : --- ,> ... ,.. ,. : "" .,; yj
I l. and all-Throat; and, Lung Troub- had and Ot.giveltrattriaV4 \ ,t'IIoo... i \ t
; > dpqq Adv alggblhbm' !
i;,, v: lea. J>rce) 60a and 91.00, ''Trial bottles' PbtSsgleby,\ a\\{, c1unt ts Wortdtfwgfysgrar4; :: r.,: \I r All ModerntConnnittnces ,.;. i I'.\",.:....,.',, .,' '. ". ", .. ,"r'r.l'" :'

; 'h, +,,, ,. free at:alI,,. drug stores K ana.,medicineLdeolers.Rev. / : : :tl \
,,' I II F.' .S/-Oass, < '1'' : Rates iO ..cBtreakl'ast, lidnche6ninpciT.; : ,
and Day. L L. Nth 1McSt'nIIll1 ; i s : \ I ,oI'I'!" '
\ Working, Night Carlisle Pi Sf, l\ .rJiJl". ,- rff ,i'

}1" ; Thd,, busiest and''mightiest littleUlagthat Of.Waverly Texas,writes: "Of &..morJlooilng Itlf4wfJ Tdl"i IP ::$10 ,and $12q : ," <" AT' ALL 11aR5 ,' '. ) /1')<: '

t l'' .. ,, over ;waa made. Is Dr., King's., New when first arising,, I otten find a m rm I! e, m'.y.el:odym.m : PerWeek .." \," .., ,, ''v '.. ,,j" .. : ";'.' '. ,, '" .."'II I'q"
;Llfo Pills.. _These pills change weak, troublesome< collection of phlegm. i \ ;,. ..... '. -' ," ,
J .. : .. I .,0'1' ,,1'.'
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listlessness Into an Il'veryhard : : ,s,. WT ," >. .'a' .' iSpecial i\ ,
into strength, which 'prdduCes'a'cough "
: '. ness : ... < !. '...." "
I i It If \
t .brain-faff Into; mental power. to dislodge; but a small quantity .M....f4'..: ,. :. ,\\OP R 16.1904'Mr. '
,f1' ,They re'' I tt.. i : '' :(forPurties ; ') ;
,' ','!;, wonderful Jn )building up the of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will <{ Orders. ;,Received, J ; ,
2Bo box. Sold all It and the trouble >,. ; ,"\' ,I. .1.1 \ ," ,1"." ;'"
;" )'health.; Only per by at once dislodge! '
; "AlIOH '
: druggists. Is over. I know of no medicine that r.cr1) : pa1.m : ..A. Ll Prop'. ) g "" I,' :: of Three'vornore.. ::',; pMp.;! \; ,,

;' .s ; ,"' ; ,
{ y I. Is equal to it, and It la so pleasantto ., <>OOOO-OO4>OOOOOOOC>O-0 .r:
l take. I can most cordially recommend : I :' \ ,
i .Cured.Lumbago. \ Now Open :' ,'y .\ __ '. .1'L\-\ )
it to all persons needing a medicine : I ",
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Chicago writes Mar. .r
A. B. Cantnan. for throat or lung trouble." 25c .

,, '4, 1903; "Having been troubled with 60 and $LOOV Sold. by A. ql" ..RI\C&\ A large( home-Ilke Hot jl 1, well op .. .. .. . ,ppen Tp d JMembersOnly"" .. .
Lumbago at different; times and tried .. t .. 'p914tMd ape beautlta4ly,1peated: : ')' ", gl. "
'ir :', i one physician after another; then dlf! 'log the coniforta without the coat At t '| | $ OP 1905
1 ,, 'ferent ointments and liniments, gave Pleasant and Moat Affective, the more expensive onea Situated OB1 ;, : iSgs \ o a8a: : !
c E, ,It up altogether. So I tried once more I T. J. Chamber Ed, Vindicator$ ,,rjlberty ; 'Laks Worth, opposite the Royal .

t and got a ''bottle of Ballard's Snow Texas writes Dec: 26, 1902vWltn; Poluci.na'Hotel. White'w.ltnw i*. |) [ MRS.! HrpvPRIOaS,PrcprletrMaEvernl -. -. \ ... -- -
r Liniment, which gave me almost In- pleasure and unsolicited bf you I bear Electric bellH Good flnhlnc, hunting! la .
-, stant relief. I can. theerfnll,.recommend testimony to the (Curative; ,power of: and buatlnc Bat.'atd60andLI4: .
it, and will add my name to your Ballard's Horehound Syrup I have T per day; Hpeclal rate by the; "f\'tlell.\; 'i w..e, :' IJea.lI'h( tottida : ---- ---------- \'

rye list of, former..sufferers. 25c, COc andy used it In -my family and can cheerfully 0\1 \,
t ; $L "Sold to: A. 0% Rlegol.i .am m It Is the> most effectiveand The ,Palms r> *1; ; : Situated Near,Lake Worth; '

t ( t i Brutally\ :Tortured. colds pleasantest:{have ever remedy: used."for JEc.coughs\\i9 "l.lU1d and v ,, West t,111I, Be.eh,1'Fkrld4: ,|It* I I i: .,&dELECTWJNTElIJ1OME. : FLORIDA ,EAST COAST' RAILWAY., ,

4 A case came to light that for persist'' $1.00.Sold.tyA."I.Ql.Ueg8l. ..................4........ IiOT AND cot.D-II.'rne .

A; ent and unmerciful torture has perhaps : ; 1 'NO CON8UMPTJTES TJlKEM: ., : j Local l Time Card No. 59. In Effect Jan. 301905.; '.
Joe Goloblck of No- More Stoma.cb, Traubles.Ailstomach' ; ) ,
t i4' never been equaled. \ WBOLB1OM BOMB OOOKINO .
........................ L -
?, Colusa. Califv writes. "For 15 years I trouble Is 'removed oy o Ir1 I: . SOUTH-BOUND-RCAO DOWN. .,NORTN-BOUN'D.READ UP. ,,'
: : . ,
G 'endured Insufferable pain from rheu- the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It .
madam, and. nothing relieved .me gives the. stomach perfect rest by -digesting "' Ii I No..78 10. 74 NO. RB No. 88 ,
1 though I tried everything known. I what you eat without the stom : :lCJ. O Zjcaminsto.. : ",'Doeny No D euy. 35 No Dally 29 No.Daily U. .eT TION8. n>811) Daily Dally ,D&.1IT'
I t + came across Electric Bitters and It'sthe ach's aid The food builds up the "r -- -' -.

i ),t a n; greatest medicine on* earth for that body the rest restores the stomach : A. B. Q. MBTCALFB Proprletr*, .. oardingJ: 'S 01Ull! P 1000 a i,00-,. Lv..l.......8 aJwksonvtlle.y.LV..ck onvllle..Ar. 1110 723p P UU P. 800 'a BBUa I

trouble. A few bottles of it, completely to. health. ,. ;You don't have ,,to -diet 'BBp.996 1110 p' 1116 1008a a 11011.. .........3a! AUIUSt1DO..,....... 8110p 8Op 1100.. ci'O..,
} r relieved and. cured me." Just' as yourself when, taking 1SodclD'sPepsla) .. ship p 111 ............ O, tll11t11.,;........ 1 8 p :'
..... EiTs anew>>
1 ,' ,. goqd for liver and kidney troubles and Cure. ,J. Pv; Eraklne o.f ,fAUenvllle : ,,4 wefrpALifyBeuHf! FLORIDA:': : people who wish a plea ant ltllay lOOp $6211 949.i..EaetYalstlla. -DI7p 5Y62p ,L---,-..- -"

., general debility. Only COc. Satisfaction Mich., says "I suffered. heartburn and O ',1 O place to atop 'at while In 'We t Palm ;;r; II jj\1\ -lObb 'r..... ... "...Lv. t40 P HO P :::0HilI' a
I WI guaranteed toy all druggists. stomach., trouble for some time.. My : Open all the, year. BeautVol location : Beach will ODd "MINARET COTTAGE" lOOp 1146 920.>> LT.....T.patatkA. .., ....., 615p e16p toga

elater-in-law'has<' had th .,aamo,,trouble : on Lake Worth. Bright, cheeriff : oo ..OUr Street ,e ween' }jBv': ..rnla, and flap sa6p Ar.........BanNAtoo.. .......1.\' atop sIlO p.. 7tOe I "
,, a Leave your orders at The Tropical and was not able to eat for six weeks. Fern, just iiuvh a place. .Nice, clean. tine 800. Lv........nlllateo.Ar 706700/ p 1601 i

.) Sun office for all kinds of engraved She lived entirely on warm water. Af- : ful room and wide veranda. Specialito.* 0 room,, neatly, 'furnished f comfortilblo- -.-.,.,- -CHHp'-Lv...........Neotts" ......,..,?. -488pl -, -.--:'-- ."
II -
ter taking two bottles of Kodol Dye : rates for the eaaon V O bed.t 'stood wholesome food I VERY OO p ..a..tAunnulle.:'.:........ 4114 P .
'.1 and monogram stationery and pepsia Cure she was entirely cured. ._ .1 moderate prices are the, rocommonila- 1061 ............DII} OII' 417p ,

?a r \ cards. She now eats heartily and is In good ........ )...............*.I.II tlon. Only limited number of roomrucan 184p 13roa Jtlf1a ......tote....,....O'.1' ond.ormond.r.......;..... 81101'' tllUp sop"118a 6118.' / ,"
,- health. I am glad to say Kodol: gave I be accommodated Table boarda .'It8l1p 80Pp J46p 11R9a ... .Dnytona.> ........... IlIIIp e 101' Rosa 446.. P .. .
t' .;* gold by'A.:,O.; R1geL .. .. . I .specialty IlLO P 8Up 111I\ P ....n.oPort 0..11118.......... Bill P '
.* Imperfect Indigestion me b\stant.rel1ef\ ............NewNmyroa..r.4.. .. 801P Sid P ;t80. 416 a'a6Up .',
I '
,, 99611
0l. 1r 1!..1ti. qti''' 0aarzx MRS.! FP ANK DARLING. 2i3a! 506p. 12011p. ...........,,()1L1r. HIH ..........,. t2KI ,
4, ,; Means lees' nutrition and Jin .consequence : 180a '26p 1166p ........71tu vlllo.........;.. 162 p 9401' :tIlt" 566 ai ,',
,w less.vitality. When the liver r i : UB a 'tOp. 4II4, ...... ... ..".cm..J".I..P., lUG a. : ":ss;1
Coughs and Coldi. : C 'o.> p ...,.,....Korl.l. ...t .. .. IIOp I
falls secrete bile, the blood becomes azi .i'.J. l
v tP 'L 1411" ......Rool'ltc\W.\ H 100/ P 902 P ; \,4
of ,. loaded with .bilious properties?, the ,di- ., .'Alllcouglls I olds,,!.. an.dt: ,pglnonary"'; IIG 62011 4/,8P/ P ..,.. .... :RuG"JUe..h..1 18P 124 p IOri6'r,' ,'h1"
q > 'geatiott becomes impaired and the complaints that are curable are quickly v 61iO'p'p IHlp pill p ... .1\ ... ............ : p ljJp:( 11I.5p .'"' ;'
t 1 .....a.....1laluteUAD..1128r\ I: I.f\
(, bowela.constipated.. lerblne will rectify cured by One Minute Cough Cure. West Palm Beacb .Plorlda [ 68up ..... .. ; t II :!!> P .. ......../>It. .. ... <:I' "' Ii(
r;' this; it gives tone to the stomach., Clears the phlegm draws out Inflam- ct 4 loW parl.G': ? ge : dLelap Otop e .Op ",...........I'ortl.luroe..1080. lOIIp:: OOOp 11111JI ',786u ..
A A winter resort that will I pleaM' >you.A .............TlbMds..n.. ...h 966 a 8. P f. !,
and heals and soothes the affected II
\ 1 liver and kidneys!strengthens the appetite mation I '. ," ,
..... ....IWcn..,............ 969 a 8111 P
dears and Improves the com- parts, strengthens the lungs .Near.Lake >Vort" and ..1IorJ'! \ long- Icti WEST. .PALM"BEACH, FLA. I iliA p p ... ...... ...J..o.. ........ .... 1141. stop ", '
infuses life an4 vigor to wards off pneumonia. Harmless and .. ; ..... liDO a 8UII p '
plexlorv new J ted AH modern Improvement; P ..
+' ,.........H.beRounds....'. .. pus/ 1UI ,
RIe- Alaulet/ ,select family Hotel with homo : 7117 II a p 1 1H6p
1 the ;whsle, system. ,,5Q\, <\\ cents a bottle. pleasant to take.. Sold by A. O; > Address ttJuplttr.! 861. 118p 1 t'
''''a Sold by A. O. KlegeL geL I | : com 1\I1i.\! 840'p' 8CIp< doop ,1r.WeetIelmBenuh.v.: 8UI. 10ita 640p U46p7Wa ? 'I '
i .' ,MRS. s.. B. EARHAN' (Lv. .WedERPuLinHewhAr 710a.. 1010. e0 5p OIOp. S 1 ;,j'
cti Eli 9IAp eup 606p ... 000. ,.
4 Boa iar Pleasant location, adjoining City ; ,/ RII' ...,.......' !Doy'ntotl..I/v. 11g. 11.1/ P .' _
I P a" '
West., Palni.Be.cb, >flortda : Park and, taclog-] on. Lake Worth. I@: loal p1060p .............VtI'rny.' ....... 711 6110 P ,,
I | ......t..ri Luudervlale.r. ....... 011/a "Ui p" ,
CITY'MEAT MARKET Cool,comfortable room, with soodtable .._.....:.lInlillod..lo..llliga$ : p
\ .. ..
; 847 ,
; .; !rY1tir vitatrvV'r : 1I11 P .....1..Lrnion CIty........... II gS a P '
service 020. liMp lI'Op 7110p Ar........... .. ........... 5U a BOOS 840.p 7lllt "1OnOet
.. .. .
< ; *>ad Western Meats Poultry, (Game and Eggs. '

? .... IDA.B. HAYS. FroprletnwaQlcmaiis .. arlor CaN oD trains. 119.86. 7S and ts end. lltr"t 81""lnl Carr. OR trnlo" 9e end V9IrtweenJnekaanvtllgtnddllagtt. '. !
Mail Orders Receive Cartful Attention. . . . l'arlDr CaJ'II, on 11.11...UII,a.uBII \>Itwoon lib. AIIIl""I1lJo'and .. :T'

i "; Jefferfaon Block WEST :PALM \BEACH' : .G. ;gminereial: ; I loI..wI'lI1yrlla., \(:,.l


J ottl J. QnRestaurant wr
.. ..- I .e.. qf.hs m/U NO''' Na Z1t Ne tit .Na31t Na 4J' Unflp 0. N ha':' N. 9tt No..Jt t"'N'.j. jy
M1 D.U, 1/aU Daily Dally DailY'' P.r. Moa. F."M Dally Dally) I.M! TnJackmuvJleKOOAM94t43
kso7tolsolso7sotso7totsoito7soi9o7soitoTao79oyoiso7so7sols isoiso3soiso'MOtso. CoP. Ci. "ot. R 4. p.in..tra gt.Meals -
1000411I 11iP11 110PM t60PM 80O9M 8.'IIU.' -1-;; ; .1 1"t
,SI.A..II..illcUUO..I\liIlA..llIO. .11GI"IiI" .1110'.800.... 400P. 11111111I ', 1ll'4,
C. W. !5CHMID Prop, served!at all hours oo American / 'I'1J
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and European plea. Dining and N'e'14ort' : Na N' he, N 1' t tDnUy 'i
i J. B. M'GINLEY 't Na set No.98 1i'3ID I'it No..nt 7St
; Clematis .A.t-o! Weak )falm Bench, Fla. Setting; 'Rooms connected. Flrat- )asl BOmllJ. Dnfly
; accommodations Table with ])ally Ea 8... Dally{ rl. Su. E. gun. ik.ly: Dally Dally I Dally
2o supplied
CvntrallyJIoeated. kateiJSl.SO no :-oo;:; PloewliiJOAl i l14OAnlswPM : .
Fresh etablel'
: 'Ye from our EverRlad 'SI.AIIgu..illc alma t60a3 d IPPM 010PM1140Pv I
'rJeckxnvifc. WA: eaIAM.' IIjllh..JIt10'.11411. uupt'tlorx'1arnt.tITHIrn' ..." 1"" .
The only;Hotel keeping Dining Room Farm, Very select rooms. Rate "

I .1 ; :; ,open for late train reasonable 1 Train. !
FU9era1Director.0] ; .sg Mrs., I,. 8.Proprietress,Boyd, >uy eoiipi.rtf' 01..r411rd[ on tnene' tralim on whtoli. no extra or.flft(cure. til ch'tol) ;.' I'

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I > lOp Lv..EASt' j'.I .tka.LV.lOIA"( 1/1I0411 LY..We.tl'alnUowl. A P54Pu
r It ,BULLETINOF Cup d6 ;.....JloleIOranonl..I..Lv 11\1\1.\ ,,10011 all l.v .. ..., JAnl..n.. .":::I.v r: dlUI'"
cc .10 P At..Dnytuna.: .... ....1v 760 AM'11o4AM Lv..J"" Lemh'rdalv .... ,
i a1C;; Y o JTTonadJ" to- (Gomer of ,.',01' Ar..Now. 8n.rn.. .... Lv. rap AM Visas \ '"... Hlltulll.....,::::Ly. 8111.... '
}' '," o ''@t't' '' ""'f\1. : : 1C a .t"'VN..U inlay; MAYPORT" RANCII. Na 18 $.uu' '' Na 1 ORANGE Na 3 Na 4 4'0
LItL z orna.i;::1.0' "fJ ver &' v.l a.r01SSUS '..ti, ;S'. 'BRRGRINS' ? Dally Dully .eel. Dally Dally!. Girl BRANCH :..., .Dnlly' ; ,;

{ ioJ o .. ._ _no !hi. 4aOyL. Jwkronrlllo At.tl80e4pp/ 40011 1110... Lv New -IB tp7gpp--, '
f o n...t at Qarltbardt'a Oroo.r A P .0 a. 614 I' rT. J'.hlo B..h..1." 1111// a II :2O p. i 44 P 10 91a L : lake UcT: IbL.r 4np 0 ;, '<
4d a 619 Lv AlhmU Bawll Lv 14 811 160 f
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0: ..! D'n Ole J' "'P..,.)I&yporG..Lv. 180 a 8ll(). p j UO P 10.Ga A1. Orange CllT Ill.: Ifla<::11 G w. j g I
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r, Just received: a large,.shipment .U.Sunily \ !,OMI'STJ4D' .JntNSION.! Lolly Na II SANPORD BRANCH.I Na IJ ,

; of Oak Chairs to be;: sold atONE sloe Lv ........H1am1..Ar: seep 8S0. r, .., 'rUua.1IIe '. At '"jj"j; ;;) .. l,1 i
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County Stat8"I :
a a special meeting stock ..CONNECTIONS/\ MIAMI
f of the Planter Packing and'Pre. '
West Palm .BeaEe, Florida.! ; ;>o; ,:': ash, Bed Springs Mattresses, Cots l iilose Connection Made at Miami
9, serving Company-formerly the Fruit with, Steamships of the P. & 0.. S. S Company For .
h: and Vegetable Growers' Association of Blinds, :Hp; ildlngsi '
k1 1''; .Delray. Florida-called for the purpose i Taneakr '---AND-- Bureaaa.Washstands and .i \MASSAU; HAVANA AND KEY WEST.Theaa
1%:. 1 la of amending its charter, notice of which .
was published In The Tropical Ban, a Building-! Material --.-..!:,
) published semi-weekly at Tables. Ttm TAblenhow th.tlme at which trains ma,be eapeated to841 dinpnrt'

newspaper West Palm Beach, Fla., for four consecutive "CHARLESTON, S. C. .from.or dace the.eveal the eomln'tatlons.kola!.bn ltMit thelrarnvel ro.popglyle. or few dopartur any, debt at thalIauVi&t or : .,onwquenoi'dTaiu? and! "" "",,,,. t '
+ any
?, ,weeks preceding said meeting at \ :.f ro m, than'
+' which more than three-fonrths of all l t.+"ILargest!! : ; Factory' JJoutri., tI? D'f forget the place. I" '...
St ; : stock issued was represented, said stockholders Send for Prices. ;. For Cop: of the LOCAL,:TIMB CARD' or OtKr lnr rm..lon.
did vote to amend the charter .. ,,-' "SEE'THE TICKET AOENT>; '
of aij follows .
corporation as .The
"Section II. After the period following Cliicaao'ao, FI.orj iiitcdvia Exchange J n'Lya... '
the word "advisable" in the fifth Hoe, a. ] |.P.RAHNER.Aast.g4> Agt. ST. AUCU >T.Mir. 1I'LA ;p i
at the Palm, Corner -- .. ,
the corporation! may establish, maintain ---- --- S1
and operate factories for the of k
purpose J.-Ba McQlNLEY Prop. '
'; 1, ;,, canning preserving and pickling all I .
kinds of fruits and vegetablec.andma, II LouisYjlle &;: Nashville oseAwJvIflii1
,I ., buy and sell ,produce of all kinds and I < i
' 1 1; 1 sell and dispose the finished products I'41xi1scosd S. H. RICHMOND '
qr 4r, of its factories" Agent lire sure Indications some form of Btomach:
It was also voted by said,stockholdersto I troublo biliousness or a bud liver, Malaria will,

l change Section .VI.of their charter to When you get a check you are sure'to : Only i Solid, Pullman Train: 'p Pcrrio .. ..Grant.lanfl. Company, i1 next' ovortaka you Don't risk it and above all l ?sis,
: 'f read: "The highest:: amount of indebted I don'ttollocnlomclor4ptlnino-bothnlodangoryus
ii;, 1 ness or liability which the corporation regard the sender' with reujject. That is ,wlthobse>f vatiogandlibruycare) from REAL ESTATE. \
t : at any Oat time shall subject itself \ "

\\11:1 a:l ,i shall stock not issued exceed by the twice corporation.the amount" of the exactly how people will regard you! ] If I orida.to St.uLoi/is,. / Ciao/ ; ;CUTLER FLORIDA- '11 ,HERBINE. : : t,

: :. ; r.ql Therefore, on Monday, the 13th day you pay by check. There Is !nothingthat The Wfst 8,94, Ifprthweet, .: j s baa all their Virtues-none 01' tbeir: I. 'a '
; j March this corporation will apply H deadly effects. HERBINE
y( 1905 insures a man's standing Hkt.s bank ,. taken ,
witla..macb. quicker time than viol l
', 'v to His Excellency N. B4 Browaid. Governor any t t regnlurlywiloreetallhea.leohespnq ''
f' .,p6 of the State of Florida for fetters account. other line. 'f thedlgeative rqnmioperfott4loadl '' : '
the r
"his' boa of
r patent authorizing the changes hereinbefore All meals 'in (dining cars, service a iaarte. every gennlte lion bead--.bmot18llesa. .1wa. uchltllt: i '
\ set forth. The Dade County State .Bank, (of West : Finest dinang Laxative Bromo-Quinine "al'l.ul ; V I Uves ilia, keep i '
I. PLANTERS' P4CKUfOAND PRESERVING .ioct!!, "'. ..' -.car service. in ,the. ">. MoMdv Ibat ..iin., eoM IN aw daret' i you In.> good twajtb.- ; t
Palm Be.ch.\VUl.ld to attain ihtstanding. .4Y.
i ,,, yon Leave St, Augustine-daily 8:30 m. '
COMPANY.W. : a. So a Bottle. j
e i fro Dna .... r
6 f ;. It will. open an account with Leave Jacksonville/dailjr 9:30: a. m. Early' Risers .. '''''..... J.- :
S'yr -- -or: '
1' Secretary and General Manager. Arrive
Chicago next day, 4:3d: p; m. .
r H4; you upon a first deposit of only fifty dollars Art.iee St. Levis i next day 1:)s p. m, The famoti Hide plU. Sold atR.iegel'e Drug- StoreDYSPEPSIA .

'I'4 i r P The Realty Mortgage Company of ;. After that.your feeling .of self respect Also"JU3*through.n dal"{* Pnllman from Jackaonv1u5 DrawlnK-room. on A.Bleep' c .

West Palm Beach, Fla.. has aa .abundance p ff-"aln-t"nl (tljam.,. la hvllC.{
r and importance will lead you to I.- )"....... "..'St. Lotus' .t-'hlcano. acid: on d.".,,1..
y i \ of funds to loan farmers. n9tf '; Nt ri;>w
crease it. ; r service .U dmlrai aak fur ticket i" 'f '
i '. For Sale,To Rent, Boardlng.FurnlshdRooms I bandy and safe. l wdter', \t'men 18.tIID.! ,.te..' :-' : ... DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
g git or :
: It cr-I. 'ft.'I.OO" tJa_
1 : aad-Rooms To" Let cards' at ) ". e -..qBor 8RRLN0.lil: Pa..A E '! \ 8.. t .a".ao tatna ali 11m..,..,..trio,....wlllell I.J,.fW 10 ceoq,. 't(,
Thf>Tropical.,Suiv: office. \ c.apltall4o.OCf': ; surplus $10,000. :orO!! bet syNtJ.c iioav111M a 'O.LY. ; .s a.A1OU or' ,.,
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,I OFHEAUB Savannahlans Believe.that Greene and .YTYyy yYyYVYYYYVVTYVYTY.VYVVVVTr.nYYVVYT ye"iCREX

Gaynor Will Return. GO TO II IIPOTTER'S =

FROM LARGE FIRE Savannah, Ga., Feb. 13.
generally feel that they are yet "

r to enjoy the !sensation of which they 'I ,

Over $300.000 Worth of Prop were robbed by; those who were to afford
It. They believe that B. p Greene

'. erty Is Destroyed.. and John F. Qaynor will be brought

baok to this city to stand( trial' for the FLAT IRON BUILDING .. ---

ONE: LIFE IS REPORTED' A3 LOST conspiracy to defraud with which they /

Il are charged by the United States government OPPOSITE CITY PARK
tlAKIN6 I The 'Battle House, the Largest Hotel! All Savannah. was naturally deeply BICYCLEAND : From the Plains' of[ Wisconsin and Minnesota :

In that City, Consumed by l amea. Interested In the trial of the supposed

Many of the Quests Had Narrow Escapes arch-conspirators." Developments. In =te 5&t'tf tr. Springs n spontaneous growth
the celebrated case came so fast fora of exquisitely: colored round
from Building. time after the flight of Greene and SPORTINO GOODS'STORE which
( avis LIi fIt ,r=?, 1tNl arose, Iroru has been
.Mobile. Ala. Feb. 13. Losses estimated Oaynor to Quebec that the people v
.. created the marvel of modern a
POWDERAbeolutely at $250,000 have been causedby scarce had a chance to collect their itzi4aiff: ilibijf+ + il+
wits 'rf; commerce familiarly Known as +"
and realize the
regret they felt
a lire which tonight left the famous West Palm Beach
I ) Battle house a ruin and swept on to that the sensational! trial had not been Florida .ynwtr "Crex Grass Products." This '

Pure buildings adjoining. The blaze was held, according to program and the : wonderful grass-the world's

THERE NO SUBSTITUTEBELIEVE discovered shortly before 11 o'clock intention of Judge Emory Speer, the most beautiful bar vent-grows y tr

Sunday nIght, and at 1:80 this morningthe United States court officials and all,the ;

firemen were still fighting the parties at Interest save those most :High Grade Bicycles gij3f.L -q from a purely vegetable: poll ',

DEATH: ACCIDENTAL flames which apparently were still beyond vitally concerned. that produces nothing else

control. Bicycle Sundries t= 1111 1 + save the pretty wild flowers
31, Union I The are broke out in some unoccupied Hanged In; Rainstorm. dt'i'
William !'a Thought to Sporting Good
Have Water Valley, Miss., Feb. 13.-EJd. f 1 = Ihat enliven the aspect of
rooms over the kitchen of the
y Dropped HI* Pistol.
I ward Gammons, a white man, Fishing" Trckel 3 / and to
Athens Ga, drab IS.-The belief is Battle house which, although an old young : j ripening grain testify

aww prevalent that Linton Williams i hostelry,. was one of the largest In the has been hanged here for the murder AmmunitionNew the pure and wholesome life
of Lake Klnsey.. a well known farmer
I'' south. '
.. who met "his death at his home near i i and hIlt ,daughter Miss Fannie Kin Era! and Carrara Paint ,, of this prairie country
The flames spread so rapidly th t a
\ Hull Ga, a few nights'ago, was not a.1dclde | > ,
but that his death : number of guests lost) all their belongings sey, In April 1904. KJnsey objected
; ......]t of the aocWental; discharge wa of and not a few of those on the to Gammons' attentions to hIs daughter Agent: The nature of the soil- 1

.'' fifth floor to take to and the double tragedy resulted. Orient Buck Boards, Motor the fibre another
kte pistol. were compelled and freed from all mineral substances--makes !press wholly ,

There :were no signs of powder bum the fire escapes in their night clothIng Gammons was hanged'In a blinding MBchlnp", word adaptibility to the many methods of manufacture and very long
rainstorm In the of i
',- : presence a large
j, bls. face, there wan not .a single crowd it is Indestructible wear -
'! Two of spectators.Fruit wear. Practically by
elevator '
kalr on hlg head tinged and the,pistol i boys Joseph arks and AgentEsaleMarine
i' 1 fibre it Is a sanittry product, and moth will not attack
.lay several feet'away from his feet Bernard Constantine, stuck to their Jar' Full of Gold. mid Stationary Being wholly
I' 'when the I| posts until all the guests had reached I Enlllnps It. ,
body ,
was found. The course : Jackson, Mich., Feb. 13.A little 4
safety, although the elevators -
of the bullet was such as to Indicate caught over $800 In gold coins stored Into a Furniture in nil designs. 1 ,
|that the pistol must have been near I fire\ and the young men were Burned 2-quart fruit can was the find made Agent E p '
I about the face and hands. Art Squares 6x9 8*to, 9x12 .
tttna floor or'x>n It, because the bullet recently at the residence of the late Armour's" Amt'rlc1lsJ.pP8, \Vil-! .
| It Is reported that one man & Toomnr's and Painter'
J was won
went upward\ and lodged In the celling; Eugene Murphy. He was of a sawing Rugs ,In all sizes' :
and several hurt. FertilizersB.
|of the room. There was no cause for! disposition, and the money was dls .
I In an hour after the fire started all '
I nlclde, as he was not in debt and the I covered after a daughter was told that. I

very day of the death was at his fathI -. the electric lights in the business por- he might have gold hidden. MurphyIn I M. POTTER
I: > i tlon of the city went out, due partlyto lVI.E GRUBERJotnaana
8 home ] I
planting for the spring life was consecutively a policeman, fie
the turning to the turning off of the
|4II'CII. It. Is now believed that he a police sergeant a police captain, and I .
power to save the firemen from dan*
[was handling the pistol and dropped I an officer at the Michigan State pris .
ger, and partly to one. of the main
lit on the floor when it was dis : In, and during his years of service I 3

[charged. feed wires being broken. to the city of Jackson and to the .AAAA ..........a..A.A""""' ''''''.............,.............. .. ;iIy
} t I IMie fire was under control at'.day. Stand Jfo' Ch.D....
state he .
pursued a frugal policy.
light The Battle house la a total Fond Mother am not surprised, w
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. The Vole of the Turtle Do..... I Iy
i loss as is also the following Edith that young Mr. nighmus prefers >
.1, 1 Commercial. hotel adjoIning on Royal One of the most complete misappre- your society to that of Kate Gar: -.
[North Carolina Will Establish One In | street loss 30000.. Graham Print- hensions with regard, to the voices at) llngaorn. She may be more dashing!

that State. blrddotn occurs 'when we listen to the and coquettish, but she is far from beIng *
Ing compa.ny30:000: Rosenfield Tall. We
f,:Raleigh, N. C.,. Feb. 13.-It Is decide ; monosyllabic coo of the rest1'u].turtle your equal in the enduring qualities Solicit Your
orlng company $10,000 Gulf City'I '
J4 I to have a bureau'of Immigration 1 ;' dove. By no means a, musical soundIn of intellect and culture. Miss Trade In ,
Pressing Club, $1,500 J. C. Hentcti,
l-for North Carolina and one of the most ; Itself yet It Is so bound up In our Edith-Yes, that's where I've !got the a
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tailor, $5.000 John W. Schelble. insurance
[Wwerful arguments made before tbe ; minds with the sleepy glamour of summa bulge on poor little Kit-Chicago Trib
$3,000 W. M. Provost, Wood & I
I legislative committee In favor of this ; afternoons that we imagine the une. FirstClass-

['1'11.that' by Secretary J. S. Kuykendall, 00., $500.Many sitting dove as crooning to herself from 1
Y I"the North Carolina Real Estate I|! ( offices on St. Francis street I cheer contentment with her lot. Very < An Ill-mil of 'Black Cat..

?y ars'- association. opposite the Battle hotel were flood different Is the reality. That drowsy One of the queerest corners of the aTriWeekly

t stated. from figures obtained i;1 ed. Cblef Price and Fireman, Frank monosyllable is the voice of the male earth Is Chatham l island,off the coastof
great oare, that during the past Mahan were slightly Injuring during I dove, not of the hen upon the nest and Ecuador. This Island lies GOO miles i + H

A yearn. 98,000. of the rural population I, the progress of the fire. while be utters It his antics are ludicrous west of Guayaquil, and the equatorruns

I f ted, been called Ipto service by the I The Battle', house loss Is totally estimated to observe. Usually he Is giving directly through It. It aboundsin Groceries

[fltetorles in the state and that by reatttia ;I| at $300,000, with. Insurance ol peremptory orders to his wife to get oO cats, every one of which is black. ,
$150,000. the nest, in order that bo may take These: animal live in the crevices of
of their departure from the ,
coun Other losses will foot $100,000, her place, and if she' hesitates to obey the lava foundation near the coast and
4 .\19,600 farms had been vacated. I I IJHe partially Injured. up he enforces hi* commands with sharp subsist by catching fish and crabs instead Prompt delivery, Pulm Reach< or West Palm l.ejieh. Prices the

: stated that no'oue was taking I The origin of the fire has not been pecks up'vu the head. At other times of rats and mice. Other animals same as all other FIH T-Gr.A8S OnOCERS. ,
''1 place: of this great ,mass of agrl* j placed. be seems merely to order her off tile found on this island are horses, cattle

[' **tiirl8t8 who were flocking In the cot nest for tie, pleasure of witnessing her dogs, goats and chickens, all of which

tipet and furniture factories mainly, 1 devotion to his person after which he are, perfectly wild.
l'H' I.terAt!; being over COO such factories. f TANNER ADMITS PERJURY. will suddenly bc'ome'abstracted In

!, [': further stated that the bureau of'' manner and presently: go off to the Mr. Wm. S. Crane, of California

''j |.fcWMlgratlon could place on the vacant Senator Mitchell's Law Partner Says feeding plnce.-London! Graphic. Md., suffered for years from rheuma.

!; 'I ltraerl.I practical and hardworking farm j He Is Guilty. tiara and lumbago. He was finally advised 1

is ln of selected class. I''I Portland, Ore., Feb. 13.-Judge A. H. The Gnmotlne.;' to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm .

't Tanner Senator Mitchell's law part. I The striking tiling tibout the execution which he did and It effected a complete }'1''I

? S t ,,GUARD SHOT TO DEATH. :, nffi', confessed In Judge Bellinger's >vns the appalling quickness of It cure. This liniment Is for sale by 'I1
court to his all Action: from all druggists and medicine dealers. \ '
: I perjury !In evidence given was so ftlpiiJ the instant ''tI

I of Men Who Guard Convicts before the federal grand jury in con the condemned appeared< In the ;
AIIrrol stationery
{ ''It s End Fatally. I nectlon with the land frauds, when doorway of the prison to the moment Prettiest line office --.J
etc. city.
I business cards ever seen
I testimony was being taken with view th," knife fell tb it It was almost Impossible .
(i 'W )'crosll, Ga., Feb. 13.-1. El Mo The Tropical Sun. .
I to distinguish the slight chain of
to Senator Mitchell with
"a convict guard was shot and connecting 'b
Otly killed by I* S. Klcketsan, the conspiracy to defraud the govern Incidents. lie flung himself eagerly
Relief. '
II' ? s:;alnst the plank, was, strapped to It, Speedy ,
;. "a convict guard. The killing oc I meat, and In the flash! of a glance the plank A salve that heals without a scars j j'I
ti ,, Tanner, in his confession said there
y: at W. M. Turner's convict camp ,
II was pushed forward on the platform of DeW.ltt's Witch Hazel Salve. No
,:,' a' y torla, Ga., near this city. .,was a business agreement between the guillotine. An Instant's vision ofn remedy effects such speedy relief. It ,

y :nrday the men quarreled over Mitchell and Tanner--that Mitchell recumbent figure face downward. In draws out inflammation, soothes, cools

', ;'trivial matter, and Sunday, while I should have the proceeds of the pray the same moment a Lead, warp two and heals all cuts, burn and bruises.A I '

ts'an was on duty guarding the i tlce of the law firm in the federal scaring, wide open eyes, whirled almost! i euro cure for plies and skin diseases. 'I

eta from a stockade mill tower, 1, courts, and that Tanner should have defiantly, as It seemed and with n DeWHt's Is the only genuine Witch 4
Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits,
started the to the the proceeds resulting from practice to the 4ttj
i't;t :roy up steps slight zigzag movement right. Sold by A. O.Hegel. .
they are dangerous. ,
,I I ,with an open knife In his hand before any of the governmental departments ward while simultaneously the pin .

s'alb'','. ,ding to witnesses. I' which would involve Senator toned body rolled. Inert convulsive, -
j; ;etaau warned McEHroy to keep Mitchell's oath that ho would not Into the cnpitclous basket, also at the 1-

ls, the tower. and as the latter kept take part In, any law proceedings In right hand< side of the guillotine. The

a sing with the open knife. Rick. which the government Is Interested. swiftness the mechanical promptness FOR SALE
1 of the business, fairly stupefied tbe 4 1r i
fired the of
t ::, contents a shotgunS \VestPalmpeach Lake FrontA
MoJi3rqy'a body .:Teacher Saved 401 Lives. spectator. It was Impossible 4o realize ;
f ilrnlrnhlH eo'rnire with "iort >rn c"n.vrol.
I that human life had ended in lean very
,( I .1'' Toledo, Feb. 13.cut off from; thE! a I .."".... Alxu. time thUD It would take to draw a full .old, cheap Lr
I nt City. A phtnn will b.
; Woman Drinks Carbolic Acid. doors by smoke and flames coming 1"
tngntre. II L. tHIA F'F.R. :
." breath. The guillotine had done Its
';i'' 't'l nta Feb. 13:-Minnie Hembree, I from the basement 40 primary puplla went J'RllllUBHlh.. Sailings Bet-ween
work well. There was scarcely a senset ,
> 'k :' yearn died! Saturday nIght at | In the Stryker Psbllo school became : honor In the sight-London Standard _____.______ _. _ru_____ t"l 1

t r rady hospital from the effects panic-stricken and were rescued JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK '
!'i '4y '{dose of carholla acid which she through the bravery of their teacher, I Oneir3loutCCoi Cure
Calling at Charleston, 8.C., both .
!, .{,several days 'ago while In a fit jislon. j Miss Collins. Finding the hallway Hartford tires $3 each new rim and I For RoughsColds end Croup. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN Tnt: COASTWISE WIT* SERVICE .-ill
\41, "! \ As tho result of a quarrel Impassable Miss Collins led thE! .spokes $1. At drubnr's. Iw l

'i"she had' with her younger sisla I screaming children, none of them over THE CLYDE NEW ENULAND AND KOUTHEKN LINES Q >

r Ht said that the older woman I 9 years! old, back to the room they had 1

.' pa so angry! that she decided to I quitted and lowered child after child To Consumers Only : Direct Service Between

i $, 'a.' bar own lift The remains were through an open window Into the snow JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
I; '. d to the undertaking, establish drifts below, staying In' the room until! 'Remember you will get.your monev back If not .Pleased." AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
I Calling at Charleston. both +
,t t4f Illlbura & Poole and were the last one was saved. The older way ,

d Monday morn II' to Kennesaw, children fled In a panic There is a Sucker Born Everv Minute Southbound IfE ii.w6EtftXSAIC1NNS. From, Lewis' Wharf' Rceton

flor burial. The dead woman
Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville
I on Bush street.pfnlsterlaltsts Aeronauts Reach Paris. and they have all eUlorlln West Palm Beach. :Jjudging-fcy the ease. the grafters
w ate pulling the wool over their ejes
,T ,+ New York, Feb. 18.--Three auere Pay 119 your cash for Groceries, end save tw..ntv.five cents on every dollar.If CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
i Have Majority. nauts who made an ascent from the you can con since u* that you era not a dealer, we. wilt> sell ydu in large
Turk' Feb, 13.-The ministerial olille small Between Jacksonville and Oanford.
aerial palace la London at a quarter qu at a very margin. ,
Ity when parliament meets1 on to 7 Saturday evening, have arrivedat Lipton's Teas 50 lo 600 a |ib. Dried,Beef, 8c; two for 15 Stopping Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereslord (DeLand) and r
ay will be 81, according to .a Paris, according to a'Herald dIe Mocha sad Java Coffee 230.Ib.. Austin Nlcliola' very best Corn, tbe regular Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River t t

r Oat telegraphed from London to patch from that 'city. They passed No. >4CoiTre;: tjc a lb. roc corn, for 15c. "City of Jacksonville""eamers
Hoinciana Blend Coffee, soc a Ih. Irish Potatoen 350 a peck ; (1.25 a bu. .
;'Times. The composition of the\ over the channel at a speed erf 70 I '
Celluloid Starch "
Fresh Cottolene, 9j, 45, J 10 40.
rails. Fred k D B
of will be Minister! e ary : :
commons miles an hour and arrived at 1 o'clock 15 lb. Sugar, $I *>5 Edcls't Starch. 4c.
\' 375 made of 317 Conserra- Art appointed. to Mil *. follows- Loava ckotivlll. dally except Aaturdaya al 8.IW p. m>
; up Sunday morning at St. Denis, near I-Ih can. Roast Beef, Itc. Soap. 4C.Edily's r .
I and 68 Liberal Unionists, and op. Paris.beating the previous record tot i-lh cans Corned Beef, lie. ,? Pearl Tapioca, 3 packages, ajc. Returning leave 5antorddaily except Sumlav* al 0:80) a m.

'i cm. 291, made up.of 212 Liberals I an air voyage; between London andFa.I Coco, 15 to 350. .. Lard, 9C a lb. In labs of 60 Ibs, 8c delivered I s-southbound 8 !h. .
Chocolate arc # Ih. Red down. Road

.,..i ;NationalistsI ,. Peaches, 10 to asc a can Royal Baking Powder, 45C. ,,! tMs ;30 pm ..... ........... ....Jat asONvIrLE. ... .. ... ..... ,"....AniTf 1 oo np am
t. Very bent 400 block Butter: 3 1C';; ::.:'en Armour's Star llama j6 to So. 43 pin............ ................ PAI.ATKAi...... ...... .. ........ ..... LMV. > oe pn.. ,
I Wreck. on Missouri Pacific. President Enroute to New York. blocks, $3. Kingnan's Ham., not much good .lac. looum ............. .:?.............. ASTOR .I. t ;jopm

ao4 City, Feb. 13. -Missouri Pa- of 4 ;jo.m.............. .. ....... ........r. FRANCIS.......... ". .......... .. *. '"S oo pm
Sanger train No. 10 which left Washington. Feb. 13. 'Presldenl $ Cash for Groceries andjpjlmb, of the hole, _---. .. .. ,BKrjJSFORD: (D.LANDI..... .... ... ... i oopm
|R City last eight for St. Louis, Roosevelt and party left here at 10:0"'o'clock ArrlvK I 308m.. ....... .................. ......8ANPORD ........?..... ... .. .. ....... n so.ID;
Artlally derailed near Knobnos thl: morning In a special cal THE LAKE WORTH "GROCERY CO. ..:: 14 00 aln.w..........?..........._...ENTEHrRTSB......?....... ................... ttt 00 amGeneral *

.. and several persons are'':raft over twod811ylslt the Pennsylvania In New railroad Torlb for T"a By H. J. BURKHARDT Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
ft of the Across The Lake '
Injured. At the offices
I train ran as second section of the rexlulat = or ) r. M. UCONMONUKK.; ...... An-ft U.a'\......Aft JD W..t B J SlJ.ok"ollTill.' >, n*. ,
:In this city It was stated no W.U.COOPEU, Jr. Freight A .. r C.M.OVh.LL: Snpt.,
seriously burt New York express, due at Jersey front of; Ho-f.. Street J."...iiTl1le, FI i City at 3:10: o'clock this after.noon. A:. o. HAUERTV Oonl But'n_ Atrtn New Toi k. CLYDB W I K.NB (jell"'''''' A"'t.1II'/ T
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v GOVERNOR. BROWARD To Grow Catalpa Trees.As and builds into its every fiber all those' ITirftGlrtif&CSie: r* _)f :f":* :: ,,1 :
substances, they cannot be washed out .. .
F' Gov. P. Broward and '
i by water as some materials are, which GUY ;
19 1 several members tbe cabinet, accom have been artificially treated. Hence the W. 1 I. METCALF, I. METCALF

Couttnuttd from page I, panied by former Gov. W. S. Jennings great expense of chemical treatment and Attorney'and Cbunseller. -at-Law'. I Notary Public and Conveyancer. I

: i; the lands and burn off the grass. are now investigating the Everglades and transportation to and from the plant are : ,
I Attorney-General Ellis was impressed tbe canal work along the east coast of avoided, and it is believed that time sod y'i

I'f t with: the. fertility of the soil by, what he Florida, the following article, published tests will demonstrate that the wood 3.' : I
I iq the February number of Arboriculture which all insect life avoids will also proveto
J aw on one of the rivers emptying into TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGEI,1
y be teredo attacks and
Lake,Okeechobee. He saw a sugarcane will be of interest: proof against
effort of'tbis' is thus piling be made from the tim
field that had been planted but once in "The special, paper to ocean ; .
fifteen' years and in which the stalks : point oat the many advantages whichthis ber. .
little valued "Extensive practical plantings of cap J.
t were fifteen feet to height, as larger large and at present '
around as a man's arm, and each stalk I. portion of the State,of Florida\! possesses: talpa will be made in and about the ';
'would produce a gallon or more of juice. I Ir I for the growing vast forests of catalpa Everglades the coming se'lIs n. aud'b' t 'Abstraciijig. Titles a Specilaty. ,: i.1
The object of the visit of the trustees and other trees for the production of fine a brief period will prove its ;'at'ure and ,
''i of the Internal! Iwproyementfund to theIherglades lumber telegraph and telephone poles adaptability. -to his locality." .. j \ .'. '. ". .1 I.I,

4 has been guessed: at bf many anu many millions of durable crosstles! Finest line of candles' at the Ma I v. ,: .
tt of the State papers.. Some of them! have for American railways. And if anythingmore ewskl bakery. Ie ., I. "' 1\
I p u said .hat Gov. Sroward wishes to show is desired we will add thaf wi! od Do Not Suppearss Cough. '

the people that .oted for bim that he pulp 'and boon paper can be grown in When you have a cough do not try I '4.Furn'ished Cottage' f
: this locatio ten times as rapidly as the
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t intend to keep his promise, made before to suppress It;but remove the cause.
the election In regard to the swamp and spruce will grow Iq its more northern The[ cough Is only a symptom of some J.. It ';
a overflowed land granted to the State /by: clime. disease, and the disease'la what you ,
the General Government, and which had "In Its native habitat the catalpa is a should cure then the'cough will''stop
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'slash' wet-land tree, growing in the ot itself. The most common cause of l.,
or '
been granted by the ,State to various;I coughing Is a cold. Anodynes will .
j i I low, overflowed lands of the lower'Wa. 'i :
transportation companies.The promptly tbe cough.and
suppress preparatlona
i!I bash river. It succeeds well on higher Special Tourist Formfo r protection of per
real containing chloroform opium .
obj ect appears tQ go far deeper
1: h than that for the members of the Board !! and-dryer soils but endures the annual etp., are used for that purpose but FIRE INSURANCE eons! effects, wearing apparel and jewelry ,
they do'not the cold. Chamber-
a of Trustees of the internal Improve. several aln'a Cough cure Remedy on the'othec- I of' travelers-Good In transit by rail or water :

.ment fund have in view a project of such I land'does not suppress the cough, but }t and anywhere in America, Europe, Mexico or Canada.. 1
vast extent that at first its magqitiide with water. relieves1 It by removing from the
a staggers the average'citizen, but when "Its relative, the Southern catalpa, throat and lungs the mucus which ''ob I
it is understood, it is Been that it is not' while of far less value, yet has similar I structed the breathing, and allaying 4 ,
habits, also is foand in the low bottomlands I the Irritation and tickling In the
feasible and Is .
only practicable, but a
throat. secretionsand
It also the
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J project that will eventually make Florida "The and catalpa margins is of of Southern much more'rapid streams. effectually and permanently cures NOTARY PUBLIC ,WILL CALL AT ANY TIME ON APPOINTMENT.:1::
,t one of the richest of the States. the cold as well as the cough. For sale ,
The trustees do not intend to launch growth in Louisiana Texas and Florida by all druggists! and medicine dealers.No '
nt any scheme, bat i it in their desire to han: farther north because its period of
j awaken the interest of the people of the rest is'very brief-almost a continuous Pity Shown
"For years fate was after me con- ;
.t>, State to the fact that the State of' Florida progress Jnously" writes F. A. Oulledge, Vert-
f I can, through proper steps being "The pbenfmenalsuccea of the hardy bena, Ala "I had a terrible case of
taken,enter upon a system.of internal catalpa speciosa in M-xlco, as far southas plies causing 24 tumors. When all .OFFICE NEXT TO BANK, WEST PALM BEACH
It improvements which will reclaim lands 30 degrees/: and about New Orleans, failed Bucklen's: Arnica Salve curedme. /
I, worth. hundreds of million. of times more Pensacola Mobile and other Southern Equally good for burns and all ;
,1\ aches and pains. Only 25c at all drug > 0C&0 ;
"I'' than the arid plains of the West, the localities mark it as the tree to plantin stores. &JOQtLA3 ,$ .
'i National Government U i spending vast these glade lands where conditionsseem !
to be favorable for 1U culture.
:t'' y, gums of money to irrigate.TheBoat.ofTrustees -
never "If a great drainage scheme should be
+ bad before

\, I { present visited tour the Everglade Is to familiarize section the and memo the be undertaken tnmy locations In the Everglades in which there ordinary will THE MODEL, PHARMACY D. W.. FENT0N & ea. !

i\ bers' of the hoard with the actual conditions crops cannot be grown for several years Has ..

1 ,},t'' that will I.hare:to be met, On such tracts the planting of trees settled down to business for 1905. .. ;. ', :e;! ia Undertakers /:
which will thrive under moist conditions .. .. ""' ........! ,.... andEmbalmeVs
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:..; : $ FOR' RENT. will speedily prepare tbe land for other Entering the new year we ."\ ; .,I: I {+:;..i7J! ,;,:!1Jf ;;t '
J. uses, if such be desired ; ', ; ;:: ,.ril!.,.< .\
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new cottage :
+i 1 ; "The advantages of competitive trans. Mean ''- .......,.
} four rooms and bath, on lake front, to do our best t ,I
I Q_ "" "!, : south of town. Apply to E. W. Burk- portatlon should not be overlooked, as ? Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA''*
) I !L'p holder West Palm Beach. the products of the forest are both bulky On all 'occasions,to keep on'hand I ",-
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and weighty, and often water transportation
: fd ; Everything In the
1 printing line at
1 is more economical than by rail. Due
') 1',.t5\ The Tropical Sun, and all work executed "Since the catalpa tree !fathers from supply of Perfumes, Soaps" .
:r In the very neatest and latcsv )m))
\ both atmosphere and soil, the special Ecu
de Cologne and other article
}! 1, style of the art: antiseptic materials which resist decay .'
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1 .... n__.. _.. -.._ ___ Peep 'in on our new and .. j "
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display of BATH-ROOM

; ,'a f-tarrrris & EppsHIGHGRADE Accessories & see what adds ':'.' ,

L r F Real comfort to lavatories Worth of i

f llxing Drugs is Scientifically done '
Men & Shoes
Furnishings '
At our Store where delicious Ice !

',' qt ti 1 %' : ''tt'; CREAM from Famous BILTMORE, Optimns Shoes ar

4 k. Sole Agents for this City for the following You j
may have served to you
Strong Lines of Merchandise
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Th* IJaniater" Shoe, $5.00 and f 0.00 Consisting of Black f

;.jr: '' The "Crossett" Shoe:: f 3, $4 and $3Tbf ; West Palm BeachTown Patent Colt, Vici's ( j 1

!,J 6M .. Hamilton Brown" Shoe:: #2 to f 4 KangaroosJNeubianlCalf in High Top z .. I \

and Oxfords. A :fr
.' Shoes for Women Lots. complete line >)\\1 1tI

of Tan Shoes of -
High and Low '

w r 1, a t, The Tbe LaFrance'Peters" Shoe' Show, $:a.50lull, f 3.0O $3.50 1, \ (Choice ii i e: HiiilHtc i e Lois L Cut in Button Bals Blucerjand Styles ;.:\ji il;

t ':' I from $200 The Prices t 'ljl;y";.,,;' .\i iJi '
.. tlawes flats: up, from $3.50 ub 4! p;

one-third cash, balance by semi-annual .. '.f:J ('!r f'

Cluett Shifts Installments, on reasonable time, according I. \7rlat'1 4;"

to price of lot. f t

Par plata and lull !information apply to s. SCHNEIDMANJ at'1 +:
Our Shoes are at Home

I In Every Household WALLACE 'B,. MOSES,
Agent Florida East Coast Hallway Land Department. t r

4''a '' Palms Block .... West Palm Beach Fla. West Palm Beach;.Florida. $ West Palm Beach and Miami i'

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