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 22, 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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WAS RE-INSTATED I Men'In a to Substantial Show Appreciation West Palm Beach Showing Will Make a I ICreditable' THE BEST EVER t}, ,

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Manner. Miami Next Month. .

The City'Council met last night In at the Town Hell if anything serious happened I West Palm Reach and Palm Beach are i cottage being' comfortably filled, if;"not, '

session and after' and The banquet to be tendered the fire Notwithstanding tL a'more or less dis- I crowded and nearly residence
regular sending tne rememb Hnlt.- this agreement now enjoying the most prosperous seasons' every private'

Marshal pro:;tern, to hunt up the missing ,'he went some'half hour after the department by the business men of tbe astrbus effects of the, cold weather'of in their history. in the city Is furnishing sleeping. ; } 1

ones,.a quorum was obtained consisting fire and informed? him of the; same.I city has been postponed to Friday night. January, Dadocounty products are movJ At the Royal Poinclana there 'are today apartments to tourist' Many residents t tf '

of Aldermen Parrish, Potter, Wellington decided that! the evidence was sufficient I It Is hoped that alt business men and tng forward right along as if nothing had in round numbers, 1,500 guests, have turned their dining-rooms and par- i d?

and,Siritin. President pro tern. Parrish to justify me in snspendl Mr. others interested who wish to show their happened, and it appears now that there while The Breakers is en tertalnlng something loisinto aieeping-rooms in order that our '+trii 1' ;

occupied tbe chair and endeavored to Barfield until such time as your honorable I appreciation to the members of the department will be something doing among the farm. over boo .visitors may be comfortably'provided: forj S"

condnct business in an orderly manner. body could' consider the matter I I, for their excellent: services'during ers snd Irowerllal through the cropping The Palm Beach Hotel the Hibiscusand The streets are daily'thronged with i J r

Tbe minutes- the last regular/( meeting therefore wrote a letter to the Marshal'" the fire of last week, will meet at season the various cottages of Palm Beachare strangers, and the business men' of the r 1

: were read and approved after roll- and suspended 'him on Saturday after Schtnlil's cafe at 8 o'clock. After, qevera' As an evidence of this statement it is practically, and have been for city are'wotking "overtime" to meet the t ?

call, to which the four members. above noon, and it is now\ip\ to yon,to consider short speeches the' banquet will be claimed by those in a position to know several days. For the past week the demands of the trade. In fact this) 1 I..* 't

named responded. the charge. You can' look into the details spread, and'before the close of the eve that the_ exhibits at'the' County Fair in managers of the various east fide houses the biggest; and best season that has!ever''

The presiding officer. snggested that, by i inquiring of Mr. Marklaud. 'I have i ning's program a purse will be presentedto Miami next month will not only*tie have been puzzled\ to know just how' to : been known here and everyone is happy '

owing to the lateness of the hour and tbe acted thus under Section ,lo of the char the department as a mark of apprei greater than any previous year,but much take care of the great multiti.deS that are and prosperous. 0

thin attendance of members, only necessary ter. elation for their heroic work.Rube'and more varied.It coming in on every train, and it has Again has it been very forcibly demonstrated .
business be taken up. wish to, say in, MrBarfield's behalf is pleasant to note that producers seemed to them that the eyes of the thai! this city needs greater 4 I Ga

Under the head of communications a that I have found him a diligent officer. ,Handy will take a trip to in this cud of the county are taking bold whole world were turned on Palm Beach. hotel facilities, and it is to be hoped that

paper was read from J. O.: Cheatbam, He has been fearless in his arrests and Coney Island for the: amusement of all : of the enterprise and will be able to make The same condition exists in West Palm., before the dawning of another season' h ,4

chief of the fire department advisingthat no respector of persons. I made him a i Iat West Palm Beach's Big Carnival Feb. i a good showing: at the Fair. It is very Beach, every hotel, boarding-house( there will. be something: doing..

the city adopt an electric fire-alarm deputy at the Mar hal'. request, and my I :28: to March 4 Inclusive. important that the Fair should be a sue- -

Y system. acquaintance with, him has been since cess this year, above all qjhers and I It I.I Is PARAGRAPHSPURELY

The communication was received and be was watchman. I feet\ that we are all Governor:Broward, in respect to the I to be sincerely hoped that every citizen MATTERS OF ;
ordered of liable make mistakes and if he of West Palm Beach and vicinity will a' '
on notion it was that such us to wishes of the Democratic executive com ; LOCALINTERESTCondensed PERSONALPeople 4'

.system be installed and the appropriate shows that he realizes that he is supposed 'mittee of Marion and Sum pier" counties, contribute whatever support that lays'lnhis a
instructed the to be awake all this power to are that the city Bends for.
committee was to take night>: temporary and acting agreeably t matter in band. suspension will be a valuable lesson ward a creditable exhibit. News Paragraphs Pertaining *s They Come and Go-
Democrats of these two counties, has au-
A communication read from to him 'should decide to reinstate i iWm i I Concerning the approaching event the .I
was sun you West Palm Beach4r
thorJsed_. special election tq...,el lect a to People Whom You MaY''' or''
M Miami New*of Snuday-prints-llwlillefUr: -
dry citizens calling attention to the danger ,' "

I state senator in the 1alla"0f"'Seaator> C.: and Vicinity May Not Know. i* '
"" 16 contiguous property from sparks Since his luspension Mr. Perry and M. Brown whose seat Is vacant'by virtueof ing:' r.

.1 emanating from the ice plant. Mr. Frank Carlisle have acted as watch his removal to Dade I "The premium list for the Dade County :1 a
\o MAYOR CURRIE'S SUGGESTION.'To men, and permanent arrangements/( will ,county. Fair will be' issued in a few days, and T. J. Campbell spent Monday Miami Everybody should see the'Great Train
have to be made at once so that Imme- I will be more attractive than ever before, on business. Robbery at the Carnival Feb. :28 to ,

Town the. President Council and Membeis of the diate action on the part of the Council Is Today is Washington's! birthday, a legal "Both the general Fair and the house- A. P. Anthony went to Miami yesterday March 4 inclusive
: holiday in all of the United hold or 'Woman's Department offers '
The fact that Mr. .Barfield parts
necessary on business.B Under the direction or'City Engineer
Gentlemen has
-There been a complaint
made an arrangement with some one States. The day is being observed by prizes well worth competing for, and the r
made to me, today, by Mrs. E. H. M. Brelsford spent yesterday in Sheen paving'operatlous were started ,; ,
secured will mak
the bank and postoflice. exhibits already an
else to call him, if necessary, that
i ,the of Rosemary allows on Datura street Monday. The completion 1f
Carr who-lives on earner for the Miami, looking after business Interests.Mrs. .
showing county;
s he did not leave the town entirely unprotected
of this will leave .Evernia
streets that street only ,
and Datura saying i The Holy City will be one of the leading "Messrs. Dituick and Lainhart 'will is
and may be considered as an J. Don C. Morris, of Daytona and Fern streets to be paved a
electric cblui. .
from the light plant
sparks extenuation.On features at West Palm Beach's Big have an unusually fine exhibit of citrus the guest of Mrs. W. P. Hatcbett.Mr. f '
4 nay are so ,large that on, several occasions the other band had tbe fire occurred -i Free Street Fair Feb. 38 to March 4 Inclusive. fruits from their groves near Palm Beach The Ferris Wheel will be with you, to ISs'

they have started fire In the neigh on another street, at a place 'and Senator Dimick has signified his in W I. Metcalf returned Sunday take you off the earth, at West P1lmB"ach'II L
borbood. About a month ago they started I night from Tltuaville and Melbourne, x
somewhat removed from Mr. Markland'sbeat I tention to attend tbe.Fair and take an Big Street Eair Feb. :28: to March.4Inc1uslve.
J 4 the woodpile belonging/( ; to the electric I in citrus .- where he spent the past ,week. s k.y
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a greater catastrophe might have The firemen's ball last night was, not active .part helping in exhibits.
light plant and considerable trouble was I Mrs Haslehurst returned Sun .
l Happened. It is necessary tq impress withstanding the heavy rainfall in the George Mrs,,.F. B. Everett has issued invitations -, ,
;, 'it,i had 'putting it out. Last'night a pile of upon whoeveris watching that the safetyof early evening, quite a success, and some. "Mrs. Perdue, who has charge of the day evening from a visit with ,her daughter for an "at home" on Friday afternoon s t
'; 'i brush on a vacant lot adjoining Mm like netted which will be general exhibit from West Palm Beach, Mrs. Nicholson, at Melbourne.Mrs. .
$40 ,
., life and property in the town dependson thing was from 3 to 5 o'clock, In honor of
: ,";.p Carr's was Ignited about q o'clock in the his'wakefulness. applied to the bell fund. will spend the entire week of the Fair W: I. Metcalf and daughter, Mrs. her cousin, Mrs Holbrook, of Atlanta f ;

evening during a very high wind and would be here and willbring exhibit. .of which May Metcalf Chambers, are occupying
It seems to me now a very and Mrs.' J. Don C. Morris, of Daytona*
.I.. had not Mrs. Carr been present and acted Everybody to nee the Bold Bank whole will be Mrs. Melbourne
time for to consider the goes; the county -proud. their rooms on Front street.- 9
opportune you
immediately another serious fire would purchasing of a watchman's clock, such' Robbers, the,best show( on the pike, at Perdue has bad valuable experience in ',I'imea. Don't miss the Poses Plastlque, pronounced Iii

'' have been the result. With this danger as! Mr. Gruher has, which would insure the Carnl'Var.*Feb. 28 to March 4 Inclusive Fair work having been in charge: of.the J. W. Hays, advance agent for the by the press and public.to be !

happening at night time when people the watchman being In certain portions V"- Marion county exhibits at the State Fair :;Rid dell Carnival Company, is spendingtoday the most charming and refined feature ,oj 1
are asleep and at a place removed from articles for exhibition Mrs. known to the twentieth century. Will "I"
: of the town during the night I inquiredof la securing ( : in the city, perfecting' arrangements I
tbe. busiBesa portion of the city, where positively appear at West Palm Beach'
Mr. Grubor what such a clock would Mardi Gras Festivities.Mardf Perdue has the able assistance of'Mrs.E. for the great free street carnival
is watchman a serious I Big Strict Fair Feb. 28 to March'4' inclusive. 1,
there no very
Dimick ,the side of Lake '
N east
cost and he said $43. Gras at New Orleans, Mobile which is to be here from February aStb
damage: to life and.property may result, / Worth r
Yours, very truly, and wilt be held from March a to March 4tht inclusive
.and I have today written Mr. Beaujon P.ensacola : From West Palm Beach to Cutl"r s '
GEORGE G. CUB R IK, Mayor The from Miami The famouf autoboat Cnallenger 'i
asking him to put a spark-arrester on to 7 Inclusive this year,'and will be on a than usual interest is develt following yesterday's '"
even more owned by W. Gould ftrokaw, which low'ered
other way On motion of Alderman Sirkin seconded much scale than, before. For" Record, wilt be read with' regret; by the ,
the chimney or in some rem.. larger ever oping in regard to making the Fair'the the world's record. on Lake Worthy
by Aldetman Potter,the action of will many friends of Mr Kaufmann in West \
round-trip rate
this occasion the
edy the evils A" biggest possible success, and the indications Is being loaded on the cars today by:1: (,
special law covering case the Mayor was approved. I be first-class fare plus :: ceo ts. Palm Beach : "It i3 said ,
There is no only one 35 ere that its excellence will both Capt. A. T. Rose th" well-knownboat '\4ei( y'/;'
this H. P. Branning asked to mannthe West Palm Beach artist whose
of this kind, and the declaring .It a-.nor At point Tickets to be sold March i to 6 inclusive please and surprise all who visit it." builder, and will be nhlppod to Mr. Bro- pl
be heard in behalf of the suspended officer However handsome and valuable studio was destroyed -
the limit March
..ance in the manner prescribed by' I final\ return IU --- kaw's home in the north ).
in the; Commercial hotel fire last ,
tickets be extended until March
ordinance is a very troublesome arrange can
The Council declined to hear Mr. by depositing with special agent and FOR RENT. I week, will more than likely locate in i The residents\ of West Palm Beach are
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Would it not be well, for the city to Branning allftj;on motion, it was ordered by payment of a fee of jo cents at time Completely furnished new cottage; Miami. A trustworthy report says that able to point with.pardonable'I pride to a 1 ,:t }

1' make an ordinance prescribing spark- that charges be preferred Against Mr. of deposit. The Louisville and Nash. four rooms and bath on lake front two well-known Miamians yesterday system of new streets most probably unequalled )'I.\\I.'.;. ,I Ij

arresters for chimneys of all factories in Barfield ville..Railroad operates through Pullman south of town. Apply to E. W. Burk- made Mr. Kaufmann a proposition to anywhere j in the State. Miami I ,;t

-the town? Yours, very truly, Charges and specification/ prepared drawing-Toon sleepers daily from Jacksonville holder West Palm Beach. erect him a building suitable for his purpose rock was used for road building When ,4'ii{!

F GEORGE: G. CcaRitt, Mayor. by Clerk Crier, were then read and and anyone desiring/( full and on one of the best sites In tbt' city properly spread and rolled the rock presents 'r I

referred to served upon the officer. complete information should address For Sale, To Rent Boardlns.Furntah- and that it is probable that the deal will a surface as smooth'and hard as 1., .
communication was I
The with' Instructions The chairman -directed that the trial George E. Herring, F, P. A., Jacknon- ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at be closed. Mr. Kaufmann: is 'not onlyan pavement. The work when all com

the proper committee proceed, the accused answering that he, ville, Fla. The Tropical Sun office. artist but a fine musician and skilled pleted will cost about $15,000. There ,
to require the u.erof an up-to-date spark did'not desire delay, but declined 'to bandmaster, and if lie comes to Miamiit can be no question as' to permanent i 11\;,

arrestor by the ice factory. eOn make a plea to the charges until evidence Is. his purpose to. organize the beat benefits to be detived from improvements : 'I'
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this line of protection from fire a in substantiation of them was in. baud. the city has ever had'* of this kind.-St. Auguatine Rec-: +
communication was received from the A WELL EQUIPPED
the purchase of a watchinane troduced.* Circuit Court Clerk B. C. Dearborn returned ord.C.. 1 .t
' clock' The suggestion was approved
f suspension matter routine business 'was PRINTING PLANT Washington where he was summoned a proprietor of the Commercial Hotel that '
laid for
l but tbe matter the was and over beat taken up) and>I.Alderman Sirkin.chairman week or' more- agoas a witnesa"' n the was burned last week is in the.city,and A } ,
;> Investigation of'lhe as kind.to of the Finance Committee, reported impeachment' proceedings, against Federal reports that the loss pt the hotel building ? '?

.appliance that all of the bond money had been expended' ( Judge Charles, Swayne. the and (furniture and the store*in the ,
The following' communication was re. "One of the busiest establishments In unequalled for turning out first-class work: ; Hesays fit
1667.04 is practical complete. ;
except Northern District of Florida Mr.Dear. block v
.t celved from the'Mayot aunounctug'hiA.suspension' : West Palm Beach this season is the job by any other office in South Florida, .
of the! Street tbe fire'Joaepb
Wellington, chairman ? ? born's desired show that'early the morning following
of' Policeman Si A. Barfield, printing/;, :department of' The Tropical which enables.the plant to do work at'a testimony was tor
in' bimlandtold ,
Committee, reported progress Jeffersoncalled on :
that service
and the reason therefor.To Sun; which is taxed to Its utmost capacity lower price than conld possibly be offered Judge: 8wayn accepted '
paving;and) also' called ..ttentlon.toa 'I'lthoutipay' ; from the ] T. and K. W. him to take possession of the several\ unoccupied ,
and Members of'tbe to take care of the great volumes of by other establishments. The large -
the President sign of Dr.Merrill so placed in the street, railway, bringing himself and'family rooms in the new Jefferaan
c business have fallen its during Hoe two-revolution I'resslnstatled few
that a
Town Council: in. front of-his offices as to be dangerous.: way to Florid from' the North. Mr. Dear- Block 'aitd'reopeD his business without, i
Gentlcnien-+It was reported to me that the present season. months ego, and other equipment recent. will' .'
{,; Th chalrmaa'wee>< ordered' to abate, born. .a conductor of the' train. Mr. delay, which ,he did; Mr. Schmid ,. ;
the watcbman.Mr.S.BarfieU.wasasleep 'nuisance. .' Among other large contracts which are ly purchased make the plant one of the Dearborn onthe erect a handsome: artificial stone hotel on

.on Wednesday night, at ttietitne' of the There was no report from the Commit.4ee being filled by this establishment is the very.best fn the State. probable outcome wa noncommittal of> the investigation, the site.of.tbe burned.building,, nd' ay. .

fire- lit i the. Commercial Hotel"building on Taxes and't+ceaaes, nor from that printing of The Dally Program, a band- i It'has been found necessary to employa but Bay. that'aome .er'dama&tnJr.itat that next seasoa bewll\opeltthafi.: \; "

and did not get to the scene until half as Ordinances. some little four-page paper issued from night crew7 during a great-portiolJ of made and facts hotel West Palm Beach. ever1, had. ,
had 1 been nodeediliyothpeople. # n' pd the Hotel Royal Poiociana every mornIngrglvlngThe'.dailyf the tilde> in order to meet the demandsof menu are being broughtto : "
if addi- '
iron after' Mr:Parrielfrtpnrted! that' the light., He is still lettering wit ha Very Miami drdi Monday. ,.
evrnts1' and'tnnch the. business '
rapidly increasing
ditlonal hydrants 'ordered would be : i somewhat' All farmers dtelrinjr loans, sjhonld' j
added severe cold; though better the ,
matter of" the Other improvements will' be
;' J. made ,a,temporary investigation, oiihV f plamd as'soon ,...received, .-thai:they: other 'interest'concerning" last few days.-Miami Metropolfs' address or call en" the' Realty l3dort-,,
matter, and. upon talking4 withy : had been ordered. world's greatest winter'resort.. i from time to ,time adds' the'pattoQs of gage Company, West-: Palm Beacb,71w:,

Watchman Markland.' Grutfcn tt' establishment The City >Engineer! Franklin Sheen, This contract, like otherswas awardedto 'The Tropical Son Company may rest Don't fail to see 'Iaaettethe' Flying Palm Beach. Fla. ',to3tt

-wto' admitted that be hid an Tbe Tropical San Company for theReason assured,that they will bave the very best Lady." at West Palm Beach's Big Carnival "8erm01je Tsy the 'Dovil.". ,ElM III-

4 .engagement with Mr. Barfield to call him Goattaawt.. Pac. B.I. that tbe facilities of this office ares that can be furnished, Feb., :a8: to March inclusive. read It. At,Ions***., '

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.' ;1 '4'I II ..l COMMERCIAL BURNED DIVINE WORSHIP TOMORROWAt The Alarm Bell Here. i Ttr&ciar&r* *-?*! Y' .-

< ," THURSDAY NIGHT the Episcopal Church of Bethesda- The new fire alarm bell recently pur "

;" "I Cif Itl' (.'I by.the-Sea there will be morning prayeron chased by the West Palm Beach Volunteer I W. I. METCALF, GUY.I. JVIETCALF
; Fire :
.. r'I penny in the way of rumuneratlou. Sunday, at II o'clock, and sermon by Department arrived Wednesday Attorney and C.. ell..t.'w. Notary Public and Conveyancer.
\ t : ejiff Charles The steamboat night and has been hauled up to the
Rev. Temple.
The loss also falls heavily on Mr.
u ,': n Palm Beach will leave the wharf of the new hall, ready to be placed In positionas i
\ : ? '. H Schmid, who was at the Italian wreck, Hotel Royal Foinciana at 10:30: for the soon as the tower is built, which will
\ ,9 e ; sooth of the city during the fire. When service. be some time next week. .Tile new bell
\'I; ; : i\ i lie returned to the city Thursday mornIng church, returning after is of the latest make, having a rapidtri1r.IDz t x TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE

I \, cut ; it was only to see that the fruits of Services at Holy Trinity Sundays, double gong and other appli

},") many years' labors had been destroyed Celebration 7 &. m., morning prayer ances. The bell is 54 Inches in diameter -
'& in a night. However he has pluck and and sermon, 11 a. in.; evening prayer and weighs 3,300 pounds. When .
'a ; ,
>4 1 lj'fa confidence in the future of West Palm tnd sermon. 7:15 p. m.;;; Sunday-school placed in position there ,will be no fur ,

t ,'1 ,' Beach and will rebuild as soon as it is 1:30: a. m. Fridays: Litany 9 a. m.; ther trouble about arousing the city in ,.
I!'" s" possible to undertake 9 ;k :Abstracting Titles Specilaty.
the work. Celebration Holy Days, a. m. case of fire as it will doubtless make .
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IrU TO HELP FIRKMEN. enough noise to be heard for miles. The
: \ Regular services will be held in the .
:t There has been some talk of raising Congregational church tomorrow at II members of the fire department feel very '

funds to assist those who were burned a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by the grateful to Mr J R. Parrott, who very .

a ; out, but nothing definite has as yet de- pastor Rev. F. W. Weatherwa: A generously allowed free transportationon
\y,. c -velopedi However, the firemen will not cordial invitation to all. the bell from Jacksonville to West '
', Palm Beach a saving of something like ;
be forgotten. On the morning: of the fire .Fixmished Cottages- -
'f> ." Regular cervices at >the\) Baptist dollars. ,
Y t thirty
"' /- f Messrs. F. Egerton & Co. sent the department -
1i' 'i', ,:, a check for $:zo, and yesterday church as follows: Sunday-school at .
\"f: t' I f. afternoon a list was pnt in circulation 10 a. on., preaching every Sunday at Do Not Suppearss I Ii
; Cough,
nl., asking contributions from the businessmen 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., children's meet-
I ing every Sunday at 3 p. m., B. Y. P. When you have a cough do not try
logej and residents of the city. This list
\ AI (' to suppress It, but remove the cause.
is being handled Dr. T. U. every Sunday at 6:30: p. m. Prayer
E. Moore The is
by cough
betil only a symptom of some
tV j, ,'., '. meeting every? Wednesday evening at disease, and the disease i Special Tourist Forms for protection of personal
and those who have not been approached Is what you :
,' '.'j"i lit ,\ and desire to show their,appreciation of 7 p. m. 'A cordial welcome la extended l! should cure, then the cough will stop FIRE INSURANCE effects, wearing apparel and ,Jewelry
D to to all of the services. of Itself. The most common cause of of travelers-Good in transit rail
ry Jpl ; the work of the firemen in saving the every one ..by. or water
'.. coughing la a cold. Anodynes will ...
thi city will be able to do so by calling on promptly suppress the coughand preparations l., and anywhere. in America, Europe, Mexico or Canada. .*

:J' ,. Dr Moore at the drug store of Broad well Christian Science Services. containing chloroform, spinal, :t1 "
& Moore. etc., are used for that purpose, but .
First Church of Christ, Scientist, West they do not cure the cold. Chamber.
Palm Beach, Florida, up stairs in the Iain's Cough Remedy on the other t1
School Board Meets. hand does not the but ... ... .
suppress cough, .
,. Masonic Temple, west of Bank', on Cle- ..
The Dade County Board of Public Instruction matis relieves It by removing from the PUBLIC. WILL CALL AT ANY TIME '
services NOTARY
avenue. Sunday 3:30: throat and lungs the mucus which obstructed IIF" ON APPOINTMENT. _
in .
met session in the
regular .m. Sunday-school, : testimonial
r p ; 2:30 p.m.; the breathing, and allaying
.Ir, Superintendent's office, in the Court- meeting first, third and fifth Wednesdays the Irritation and tickling in the
t house in Miami, at 10 o'clock Tuesday in each month, 7:30: p.m' The throat. It also opens the secretions
mooning, with the following present: pastor; of this church is the ,Bible and and ''effectually and permanently cures
the cold as well as the cough. For sale
W. M. Burdine chairman
; Eli Sims with
"Science the
'" and Health, key to by all druggists and medicine dealers.
E. W. J. Parrish and R. E. Hall, Secre- Scripture," by Rev. Mary Baker G OFFICE NEXT TO BANK WEST PALM: BEACH

I. tary and Superintendent. Eddy.' The lesson on Sunday is "Christ The Realty Mortgage Company .of

I ., 11I01 ,'.., The minutes of last meeting were read Jesus." Text: "But now in Christ Jesus West Palm Beach, Fla., has an abundance j .
and approved tKeE; 'C3o +7 2
ye who sometimes were far off are made of funds to loan farmers! n9tf ,
--, The action of the Superintendent in nigh by the blood of Christ Jesus."- I I
: [\\1" Y- suspending the Cutler school was approved Ephesians 9-13.: A cordial invitation is

1" Y and he was authorized to reopen extended to all who are interested in or \
the school as soon as practicable, and who desire to Chrlstiai Sci
0 investigate
I? C. R. Ross O. W. FENT0N & e THE
Ito was appointed as teacher to ence to come out to these services. MODEL'
i Ito j[': fill out the unexpired term. PHARMACY''f

Ito Supervisors for the different school Walter Hawkins' Successor. Undertakers andEmbalmers. Has settled down to*business.for .
schools were appointed follows: No a,
p Ito W. J. Shone; No. 3, Edward J. Brown; Effective Feb. 15, Mr, P. L. Corwin Entering the we"
Ito No. 4. S. G. Merrick; No. 6.S. M. Mae became commercial agent of tae Centralof new year ea

i Ito d brooke; No:7, M. R. Johns; No. 8, J. B. Georgia!; railway at Jacksonville, Fla., Mean .,'

Ito Wofford; No. 9. J B. Milli; No. to. M. B. succeeding Mr. Walter Hawkins,who,06 Gruber/ Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH FLAPrinting to do our best ''/ ;!
: /fI. "
Lyman; No. 12, Penniu ton Kitching; that date, became general manager of I .. '
KIn t'
IS i, a 0'' I No. 13, S. N Andrews; No. 14, J. S. Sunday the Consolidated Fruit Company, with On all occasions,to keep or/hand! '

Ito ; No. 17, Arthur F. Lang; No. 18, i headquarters at Jacksonville. Mr. Cor I ,
a, Wm. Puzzard win has served the Central of Georgia Due supply of Perfumes
Ito ; No. 19 C. A. Go sman; Soaps -
er i' Ito No. ao, George P. Bull; No. ar[, Z. Cav railway in Florida for the past four Fi'lest' [ THE TROPICAL SUN

} olto ender; No at, E. T. King; No. 23, Louis i years in the capacity of traveling freight *> Job Department Eeu de Cologne and other articles ,
'I Becker. agent under Mr. Hawkins, and his appointment -

) Colored Schools: No. i, W. H Artson; to Mr. Hawkins' position is Likely to please our customers

iJi t No. 3, Allen McRae;No. 4, G. H. Green; very gratifying to his many friends in

wP w/ ',';' No. 5, C. W Barnes; No. 6. J. P. Brook- this city and county where he is well ---'-' _.__ """' ....v' A..___."", -c ...... ,*mat jBasaiBF*...... peep in on our new and
At) 'y ins; No. 7, A. A. Sweet; No. 8,'D. W. known The Central of Georgia rail \
Daniel; No. P. E. Williams. way could uot have shown better judg Handsome
sR en o t-t 't servii E W. J. Purrish was authorized to purchase ment in Its selection of Mr. Corwin to flattttis & display BATH-ROOM

ar I and i a pump for School No. 7. look after Its Interests in lltia State, as Epps Accessories & ,,'
see .
t Pelraof be is
\ It was ordered that the salary Miss a young man of sterling business

anwas ] Nellie Brown be I increased to Iso per qualities and his hundreds of friends HIGHGRADEMen's Real comfort to lavatories
h ,t, news month, on account of her doing extra throughout (the State wish him every
West! high school: work. success in his new field of work. nixing

U ntive whicl] The committee consisting of the Principals Furnishings ShoesSole Drugs Is Scientifically. done '

1'' of the three Devil Fish. ,
,, stock) high schools of the At our Store where delicious Ice
hold .. .. county appointed to select text books on While fishing at tbe Inlet Tuesday
'j i of flQgtf saiJ .s botany to be used in the Dade county some of tbe fishermen discovered one CREAM from Famous BILTMORE

+' the w pub ie schools, reported recommendingthe large and several smaller octopus and Agents for this CityTfor the following :..

thecdand adoption of Bailey's Botany, and that managed to capture one of the smaller Strong Lines of Merchandise You may have served to you
,, 01; I' the board buy three copies of Bailey's ones, which Capt. O. Covar now has on ,
canni) :{o1 a Class Book, to be used w
kinds! as a referencebook exhibition in his fish pen on the south
bf I i a on the local flora by the high point of the Inlet. This U the noted
1 sell at schools "devil fish," and all who have cot seen Shoes for Men

rl of its i iIt' The report was adopted and the Superintendent one now have a good chance. Many .

'1t to chat i required to pay tuition in the think that the "devil f sh" Is only a fie. Ttie' IJanister" Shoe, $::'.00 and $6.00 .
Y. Dade county public schools as follows: tion of Victor but
a glimpse at
; read: | The "Crossett"! I Shoe:> $3, $4 and $3: 1iEaiifl
ness : For primary grades, $1.50 per month., Inlet will forever disabuse their ,mind of .
tion a ,'v For grammar grades, fa.50 per month. such an idea., .papt.", Covar gays tbe The Ha tniltou Brown" Shoe, $2 tot 1\\

shall i For high school grades,fa 50 per month. habitat of tbe big one Is known and he '
I'' c 'a stock I The financial statements of the Super wilt make an to it '
f' ( The attempt 'capture as Shoes for Women
I t t' L March intendent for the past month"were received soon as be has the appliances. so be can Town Lots.
r to His ". and ordered paid. do so w&th safety.

i 4 stoat ( The board then adjourned to meet on The"LaFrance" Shoe, $3.00 f

; patent' j the first Tuesday In March. No Pity Shown. .' The refcors" Shoe .50
$3 and
I ; before] $3.5(1( Choice
FlAinCo /," -------.-- "For years fate was after me con- i MMu Lots
r \ tlnously" writes F. A. Gulledge, Verbena n
i '.' FOR RENT. Ala. "I had a terrible case of ?a
plies causing 24 tumors. When all .
fl ,, i 6. Completely furnished new cottage; failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured ftaLUes: {fiats' from $200
,.., four rooms and bath, oa lake front, me Equally good for burns and all up,
The ] 3'south of town. Apply to B, W. Burk- aches and pains. Only 25o at all drugstores one-third
i West ,. holder West Palm Beach. Claett Shifts cash, balance by semiannual

'; once ofi installments, on reasonable time
Mrfr Coughs and according -
:I' Everything In the printing line at t Colds. to price of lot.
C For + The Tropical Sun, and all work executed All coughs, colds and pulmonary ,
i complaints that are curable are quickly .Our Shoes are at Home For plate and full Information
,' a'. in the Very neatest and latcat cured by One Minute,, Cough Cure apply to

a, y ? style of the art. Clears the phlegm, draws out Inflammation In Every Household, WALLACE R. .
and heals and soothes the aft
c f f1 r tected parts, strengthens the Agent Florida East
lungs, Coast Departnfent.
,. For Bale To Rent.Boardlng.Furnlsh- Palms Block Railway Land ,
., {' wards oft pneumonia. Harmless and .... West Palm Beach Fla.
: ed KOOOJS and Room To Let card at pleasant to take. Sold by A. G. Rle- west Palm Beach Florida.
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t, tC.u.dld.l.d I d4tNa7aaP10ALBUNd:" : : ;: :' : d:1tl::: ;::::: VOLt. xix, No. 2. WEST' PALM' BEACH, FLORIDA_ WEDNESDAY' FEBRUARY 22, 1905. PRICES, CENTS. WHOLE 'NO... 1062. :

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4 WAS REHINSTATED1: BusinessMen to Show Appreciation West Palm Beach Will Make a'Creditable I THE BEST EVER:; 't"f! \

in }
in a Substantial Showing: ,
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------ -- Miami ;
Manner: Next Month. _. J//;t- 'j
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The City Council met last night in at the Town Hrll If anything serious hap I I kNotwithstanding -- West Palm Beach and Palm Beach are cottage' being comfortably,filled, if'not: j.f'' ;"

regnlar" session and after'sending'tne pened and, remembering!!' this' agreement :The banquet to be tendered the fire tie' more or less disastrous now enjoying the most prosperous'sea-! crowded, and nearly every private'resi'' i :" i

Marshal pro tent, to hunt up the missing he went some half hour"after the department by the business men of the effecll' of the, cold weather' of Bond in their history.At dence in the city is furnishing' sleeping;'' "lf,r, ,I

ones,.a quorum was obtained, consisting: fire and Informed him of the same.I city has been postponed to Friday night. January, Dad"couvty products are movIng the Royal. Po o lana there are to- apartments to tourists. Many resident "' +i'

of Aldermen Farrish, Potter, Wellington decided that the evidence was sufficient I It la hoped that all business men and forward right along as if nothing had day in round numbers, 1,500 guests, have turned their dining-rooms and par't

and Sircin. President pro tem. Farrish to justify me in suspending1 Mr. ', others interested who wish to show their happened and it appears now that there while The Breakers is entertaining! something -. ]lors into -roomsinorder that our ,i' i

ocpupiM the chair and endeavored to Barfield until such time as your honorable I appreciation to the members of the department -: will be something doing' among the farmers over 600. visitors may be comfortablylprovlded: for + :

conduct business in an orderly manner. body could' consider the matter. I'' for their excellent services du *nd growers: all through the cropping; The Palm Beach, Hotel the Hibiscus The streets are daily'thronged 'with' .:,: j

The minutes of the last regular: meeting therefore wrote a, letter to the Marshal*ring the fire of l last week, will meet! atScbmld' season. and the various cottages of Palm Beach strangers, and the business m'en' of the \\!:yt,
Saturday As an evidence of this statement it Is' ,, full and have been for city are working 'overtime" to meet the \!\ty
were read and approved after roll, and impended him': on afternoon j a cafe at 8 o'clock. After. ,ever- are practically 11
call, to which the four members. above and it is now.up to you to consider a' short speeches the banquet will be claimed by those in a position to know several days. For; the pant week the demands of the trade. In fact, this i I. i

named responded. the charge. You can look into the details pread, and'before the close of the evenings that the. exhibits at'the' County' Fair in managers of the parlous east bide houses the biggest and best season that has ever ''I'I

The presiding officer suggested that by inquiring of'Mr. Markland. I have [ program a purse will be presentedto Miami next month will not only*he have been puzzled to know just how' to been known here,.and everyone is hippyand (Ii,

owing the lateness of the hour add the acted thus under Section 10 of the char the department a& a mark of apprei greater than any previous yearbut much take care of the great multitudes that are prosperous. ( .

thin attendance of members, only necessary ted. elation! for their heroic work.t, mote varied.It coming in on every train and it has Again has it been very forcibly deco1' '''I'',

business be taken up. wish to say la, Mr Barfield's behalf is pleasant to note that the producersin seemed to them that the eyes of the onstrated that! this city'needs'' greater'' r"fir,: \

Under the bead of communications a that I have found him a diligent officer. Rube'and Handy will take a trip to this end of the county are taking hold whole world were turned on Palm Beach. hotel facilities and it is to be hoped that, ""If!: of the enterprise and will be able to make The condition exists in West Palm before the dawning of another season '!iiI I''
'paper 'wag read from'' J. O. Cheatham, I He haa been earless in his arrests land Coney Island for the amusement of all same

chief of the fire department, advising no respector of persons. I made him a l j'I I at West Palm Beach's. Big Carnival Feb. a good showing at the Fair. It is very Bach, every hotel, boarding-house 'and_ there wilt be something doing.. I c ,'

that the city adopt an electric 6re-alarm deputy at the Marshals request, and'my 28 to March, 4 inclusive. important that the Fair shcuild be a success -- -
system. acquaintance with him bas been since this year above all ojhers, and it is

The communication was received and 'lie was watchman. I feel that we are all Governor" Broward,in respect to the to be, sincerely hoped that every citizenof MATTERS OFLOCAL PARAGRAPHS

. 4 on motion( it was ordered that auch a ,, of us liable to make mistakes, and if he wishes of the Democratic executive: com- West Palm Beach and vicinity will INTERESTCondensed PURELY PERSONAL '

system be Installed and the appropriate shows that; he realizes that be is supposed mittee Marlon and Sum pier" counties, contribute whatever support that lays'inhis

+ committee was instructed, to take the to be awake all night this tempo and acting agreeably # nearly all the power to are that the city sends for

matter in hand. rary snspension will be a valuable,. lesson 1 Democrats of these two counties,has au- ward a creditable exhibit. News Paragraphs Pertaining People 49 They Come and Go- i'.

A communication was read from sundry to him_ should you decide''to' reinstate' thorj eda_ special election'*to>.,i ect a Concerning the approaching .event ., to West Palm Beach People .Whom You May OP d .
u Miami Newtof SundaY'prints-Ik tollpiip. .-
4 "t- citizens calling attention to the danger him I state senator in thVplaSfc'of'Sertator. ( C. .r"- and Vicinity.T. May Not Know. 1
I.:, : to contiguous property from sparks. Since his suspension Mr. Perry and M. Brown whose seat is vacantby. virtue ing
''M, emanating from the ice plant. Mr. Frank Carlisle have acted as watch of his removal to Dade county "The premium list for the Dade County :,
MAYOR; CURRIE'S SUGGESTION. men, and permanent arrangements will Fair will be' issued in a few days and J. Campbell spent Mouday In Miami Everybody should see the'Great Train f

have to be made at once so that itnme.. will be more attractive than ever before on bu+in"sa.! J Robbery at the Carnival Feb. 38 to dt-
"To the President and.. Membets of the is WashlngtOH'sbirthday a legal "Both the general Fair" and the house-
l diate action on the part of the Council ia A. P. Anthony went to Miami yesterday March 4 inclusive.Under .
1 Town-Council' : The fact that Mr. Barfield holiday in all parts of the United hold or 'Woman's Department' offers 4 '
Gentlemen-There has been. a complaint necessary. on business. the direction or'City EngineerSheen ?+
made an arrangement with some one States. The day is being observed by prizes well worth competing for,' and the
made to me, today by Mrs. E. H. ; the bank and postoflice. exhibits already secured will make- art E M. Brelsford spent yesterdav in paving operations were started
else to call him, if necessary, st.ow.thathe '
Carr, who-lives on the earner: of Rose- excellent showing for the county; Miami look log after business Interests. on Datura street Monday. The completion 4, )
did not leave the town entirely un-
of this will leave Evernla.
mary and Datura street!, saying that protected and may be considered as an The Holy City will\ be one of the lead- "Messrs. Dimick and Lainhart will Mrs. J. Don C. Morris of Daytona, is and Fern streets atreet to be pavtd.only ,

sparks from the electric light plant chim extenuation.On log features at West Palm Beach's Big have an unusually fine exhibit of citrus I the guest of Mrs. W. P. Hatcbett.

1 1r De; 'are. sq large that on several occasions the other hand had' the fire occurred Free Street Fair" Feb. 28 to March 4 In-' fruits from their groves near Palm Beach The Ferris Wheel will be with yon, to b,
: they have started fire in the nel l.1- another eta place clusive. and Senator Dimick has signified his in* Mr. W. I. Metcalf returned Sunday take you off the earth at West :Palm '
borhood. About a mouth ago they start- : somewhat removed from Mr Markland's tention to attend the Fair and '''take an night from Tltusville and Melbourne Beach's Big Street Hair Feb. 38 to March

: ee. ed the woodpile belonging: to the electric be.t. a greater catastrophe might have S The firemen's ball last night was, notwithstanding active part in helping in the citrus exhibits. -* ; where he spent the past week '4 inclusive:
'I and considerable trouble was Mrs Haslehurst returned Sun b f
light plant the heavy rainfall in the I George
It is to .
happened. necessary impress \ Mrs F. B. Everett has issued invitations
w 4 bad''putting it out. Last night a pile of upon whoever watching that the safety early evening quite a success, and some "Mrs. Perdue, who has charge of the day evening from a visit with her daughter for an "at home" on Friday afternoon -, ;
brush on a vacant lot adjoiaing Mrs. thing like $40 was netted, which will be general exhibit from West Palm Beach, : Mrs. Nicholson, at Melbourne
in the (in
% odc of life and property town dependson from 3 to 5 o'clock, honor of
Carr's was ignited, about q o'clock in the his'wokefulness. applied to the bell fund. will spend the entire, week of the Fair I Mrs. W. I. Metcalf\ and daughter, Mrs. her cousin, Mrs. Holbrook, of Atlanta ;
a evening during a very high wind and here and will exhibit of which d' rand ,
an Metcalf Chambers I
are occupyingtheir
May ,
would be ,
It seems to me now a very Mrs J. Don C. Morris of Daytona. 't.i' ?.
bad not Mrs. Carr been present and acted time for you to consider the Everybody goes to see the Bold Bank the whole county will be proud. Mrs. I rooms! on Front street.-Melbourne t\r ,\
opportune "
: immediately another serious fire would 1 of a watchman's clock suchas Robbers the best show on the pike at Perdue has had valuable experience in :Imes. Don't miss the Poses Plastlque, pronounced :
1' have been tbe result. With this danger I Mr. Gruher has, which would, insure i, the Carnlvaf.AFeb. 28 to March 4 In- Fair work, having been in charge of the' J. W. Hays, advance agent for the by the press and public-to be Jl\ '
happening at night time, when people clusive. Marion county exhibits at the State Fail the most charming and refined feature :
the watchman being in certain portionsof Riddell Carnival Company is spending '
.are asleep and at place removed from In securing articles for exhibition Mrs. known to the twentieth century. Will ;:1
the I In the
tbe town during night; inquiredof today City, perfecting arrange
the business portion of the city, where Mr. Gruber what such a clock would Mardi Gras Festivities. Perdue has the able assistance of Mrs. ments for the great free street carnival positively appear at West Palm Beach' ',
there is no watchman, a 'very serious E. N. Dimick, on the east side of Lake Big Street Fair Feb. 38 to March.4 inclusive. L:
Mardf Mobile
coat and he said $45-. 'Gras at New Orleans which is to be here. from February aStb ,
; damage: to life and property may result, Worth 01
Yours, very truly and will be held from March 3 to March 4ttu inclusive
and I have today written Mr. Beaujon "From West Palm-Beach to Cutler i
G. : The famous autoboat ,
GEORGE CUHRIE, Mayor. Coallenger
asking him to put a spark-arrester on I to 7 inclusive this year", and will be on a even more than usual Interest is developing following yesterday's owned by W. Gould Brokaw which low ', %;J
of'' Alderman Sirklu Record wilt be- read with' the
other On motion < seconded much scale than ever, before. :For i regret by
way larger ,
the chimney or in some remedy in regard to making the Fair" the ; \
end the world's record Lake '
on Worth J, ,
of friends of Kaufmann in
by Aldetman Potter,the action round-trip rate will many Mr. West
this occasion the 't
the evil/ ... > biggest possible' success, and the indications Is beiag loaded on the cars today by ifc '1
Palm Beach "It is said that A. Kauf $!
There is no special law covering case the Mayor was approved.At I only be one! first-class fare, plus as cent. are that -its excellence will both : :
A. T. well-known.boat
this point U. P. Branning asked tobe' sold'March 6 inclusive man n,the West Palm Beach artist whose Capt Rose ;r.\\('
Tickets to be ; t to
.it nut- "'
of this kind, and the declaring -a- please and surprise all who visit it.
and will be Mr. Brokaw'a
shipped to .f )
of- and'valuable studio destroyed !
behalf of the suspended handsome -
heard in How-
aauce in the manner prescribed by the final\ return limit March< II. home in the north. 1,
in Commercial hotel fire last
ficer. be extended until March
ordinance is a very troublesome arrange ever tickets can "
ment. The Council declined 'to hear Mr. 35 by depositing with special agent and FOR RENT. week will more than likely locate in The resident of West Palm Beach are r ''
Would it not be well for the city to Branning, andj on motion, it was ordered by payment of a fee of 50 cents at time Completely furnished new cottage; Miami. A trustworthy report says that able to point with, pardonable pride to a tt;.}.'1''

make an ordinance prescribing spark- that charges be preferred against Mr of deposit. The Louisville and Nashville four" rooms and bath on take front two well-known Mlamians, yesterday system of new streets moat probably unequalled -' "",' ''

arresters for chimneys of all factories in Barfield. ,Railroad operates through( Pullman south of town. Apply to E. W. Burk- made: Mr. Kanfmann a proposition to anywhere in the State. Miami ;;i' {
and prepared erect him a building suitable for his rock was used for road building. When :
-tbe town? Yours very truly, Charges specification/ drawing-room sleepers daily from Jack- holder West Palm Beach. pur- ;Jf';
GEORGE G. CUB RIB, :Mayor. by Clerk Grier were then read and sonville, and anyone desiring full and pose on one of the best sites in the city, properly spread and rolled the rock,presents 1';\,: ,'

: served upon the officer complete information 'should address For Sale To Rent, BoardlngFurnlsh- and that it is probable that the deal will a surface as smooth and hard as) A" ;
referred to
The communication with was instructionsto Tbe chairman directed that the trial George E. Herring, F. P. A., Jacksonville ed Rooms and Room To Let cards at be closed. Mr. Kaufmann is not only pavement. The' work, when all completed ,

tbe proper committee proceed tbe accused answering that be. Fla. The Tropical Sun office. an artist bnt a fine musician ,and skilled will cost about $15,000. There \
require the use of an up-to-date" spark did not desire delay, but declined'to' bandmaster, and if he comes to Miamiit can be no question as to permanent 'h"

arrestor by the ice factory. make a plea to the charges until evi-, Is his purpose to, organize the best benefits to be derived from improve'

On this line of protection from fire a dence ia substantiation of them .was introduced WELL baud the city has ever had.'* meats of this kind.-St. Augustine.Rec
+ communication was received from then A EQUIPPED
.- Circuit Court Clerk E. C. Dearborn re- ord. 4 +
.Mayor advising tbe purchase of a watch- While awaiting further steps"Jn' the v turned home yesterday morning from C. W. Schmid, of West Palm Beach ,,!

( r'ntall's, clock. The suggestion laid was approved for- suspension matter routine business was PRINTING PLANT'One'of Washington, where he was summoned a proprietor of Commercial Hotel that d 1 L
but the matter was over
test'and'beat.appliance take ,up, and-.Alderman Sirkin chairman week or moreago' as a witnesaln the was burned last week.; is in the.city.and: 4r
Investigation as to the la of the Finance Committee,reported Impeachment proceedings, against Fed- reports that the loss pf the hotel build-; ,; ring
of the kind.
h.t1\ of the bond money had been elt: > eral i Judge, Charles. W. Swayne.of the and furniture, and the stores-la the''.
ti, Tbe following communication was re- the busiest establishments In unequalled for turning out first-class work
peoded.' except $667.04 Northern District of Florida. M "_,Dearborn' block, is practical ly complete. He says
his this is tbe job other office In. South Florida 1" -
.ceivrd from the'Mayor announcing' Went Palm Beach season by any .
Mr.WelUng n. chairman of the Street .,, testimony was desired to show that early the morning following the fire'Joseph r$
Barfield which enables the do work at'10'fVer
stispenskm- Policeman! S. A. printing 'department of The Tropical plant to a '
Committee, reported progress in'+' the that service Je ffersoo-called on him,< Judge;: Swayne accepted :
and the reasons therefor. : Sun; which is taxed to Its utmost capac price than could possibly be of.
: 'and\ also" called attention.torn him to take possession of the several unoccupied
; from
paving without!pay the J.1', and K. W.
volumes of fered other establishment
take of tbe by large
and Members of'the ity to care great
'To the President I sign of Dr.Merrill so placed In the street, railway in bringing himself,and familyto rooms in the new Jeffers n>
business that have fallen its way during Hoe two-revolution press;installed a few
Town Council in, front of.his office, as to be daagerons. Florida from' the North. Mr Dearborn Block 'and reopen hit business without ;
+ Gentl m n-I, *was reported to me that The chairman: was ordered' to abate, the present season. months ago: ,and other equipment recent. 'was conductor of'' the' train Mr. delay which be'' did. Mr. Schmid will t
} S. Barfieldwuasleep Among other large contracts which are ly purchased maker the plant one of the
the watchman.Mr. erect handsome artificial stone hotel onthe
tbe-nuisance. a
.on Wednesday night, at the time:of the There was no report from the Commit. being filled by this establishment is the very'' best ?o, the State. probable Dearborn outcome) was non-committal of'' the( investigation on- the, slte'of! :the burned building'( and.//I.Te: ,,
'' I printing of The Daily Program, a band- It'has been found necessary to employ r
Seer IA' the Commercial Hfctel'building* Taxes and'Licenses nor from that that..next.cawta iewiltopen.thefitieat\
tee !
011 but that slater ,
Bays some! Very damaging.
issued from ;- 01
little a .nlgbt.cre' during a
and did not get to the scene until half antoor Ordinances. some four-page paper great portion hotel West Palm Beach eve* had.. : ',
ments being made and facts brought
pa .Hotel Poinciana morn* the .lime in- order to meet the demands are
the Royal every
had been noticed'by addi-
after' It' that' the Record
Mi:'Harris'reported Ingrgl lnjr'ttie"daily7eirentaj: end-ranch of the rapidlylucreaslnlbusinnll./ .. to light. He Is stall suffering with everysevere Miami ; Monday.- 1

jjeople. dltlonal hydrants +''ordered would be other of iuterest'concerniog- 'Other improvements will be added bold; though tom what better the. All farmers) desiring, loans ,ehonl&address'
,!;,, made ,temporary investigstfon I of placed.as sooa ,cc received/ ,.-that, they matter \ last few days.-Miami Metropolis' or call the.RealtyJMort--
world's greatest winter'reaOrt.r'Sta from time to- timearid' tbe-patrons 01
the matter and upon ta1k ;Oj( with bad been ordered. gage Company, Wo Palm BeacnFls, ,
contract like others.wa awardedto The Tropical Sun Company. rest Don't fail to see "Lusette, the Flying
Watchman Markland, of Grurfeja: establishment Tbe City Engineer Franklin Sheen, may Palm Beach Fla Dt tf, ;
-who admitted that be bad an The Tropical Sun Company for the assured that they will have the very bee Lady" at West Palm Beach's Big Car "Sermons by the rxntt.", flea ft-v

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I'", ; r Pioneer P"per 0' Dods County. Plorld.. Russian' Employera and Workmen to THESIRKIN

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FORTY ARE INJUREDFast Petersburg Feb. 20.enor ShldlOTlskl A Territte
: Charge
\\I' B>1 Publlnhed Bury Wednesday and Saturday president of the committee r
",' 'appointed by Emperor Nicholas, to
Train On.the Erie Railroad ascertain the causes of dtecojjtent:
1 is enough to keep any ensibla -
.{ ; BCB8CIUPTION! PRICE, 93,00 PER TEAR. the among the working classes, of St.:Petersburg "' I : from bujingHARDWARE.
Track. person
Jumps "
;' ...l- in a note Issued today Invites DRC9SEHS TO MEN
'I .employers; and workmen' to elect .A

I Jk?r' Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, TRACK TORN UP.FOR 1,000 FEET representatives to sit on the commit :

fbf,,' CHAS. B. KENDALL \\'tfanaser. tee. Factory owners and contra.ctoraemploying

I' ':r.r The Exact Cause of the Accident I la not less than A hundred) OUTING SHOESWere No matter how good so. article
persona are entitled to elect 15 '
( 1. .... Not: Known-The Train Was Heavl.Iy tepre- bit, it is only right to sell it
\ RBtered at ttie PoatofBee! of W eat P. neachI' eentatlves'of the may
different Industries
Itl +
: as jtecoud-clanH mRtter.i Loaded-.Work of Rescuing the while the workmen of the various establishments I

i ,Ii"\, Injured Was Quickly Begun. can choose electors who J AT A FAIR PRICEs

,J' I'> RELIGIOUS GROWTH. will elect delegates to serve Your Feet s
'\ .." Paterson, N. J., Feb. 20.-An eastbound -
to give full value for
on the commission. Each establishment '- cEv more it pays every
The idea that Is
;' ::1 !;< common religion on
,,J,; ''I; train known as the Middletown employing 100 to 600 persona Tickled P m .- cent people spend with you. We've xlwd-ya won l w

z i'f: ;it j,,';' f' the decadence and that the various Flyer, on. the Erie railroad, jumpedthe is entitled to one elector and those '' /',"'./I-?. .good, steady customers that way. Come in and

)., } ccte" ore not holding their own in track today between Falrlawn and electors.employing. 500 Concerns to 1,000 persons two They wilt"t be C-, 'and' lu a 'most pleas- 'see the hardware we have' to offer. Yoa'l be pleas

proportion to the increase! population Warren Point on the Burgen county employing overa 'ant) surprised. .-
'' branch, 3 miles east of here. One thousand persons are entitled to an lo .way, if you wear one of ?
r ia shown not to hold good by elector for
each 600. Employe Both
J f girl was killed and It is believed between OUR SHOES. Hatchett DaCamara
q 1t#(' authentic statistics: Just made public 40 and 50 persona were Injured men and women'' are entitled to vote, ,
delegates'must be who have ,
{' J i; In the Presbyterian Hand Book for some seriously. men .. ,.
worked at least
The dead: a year In their respective Hardware Company
;{M W'' 1905. They show by the official figures Miss Grace Matthews of Middle- factories and must be freely elect In Elk Solesor

\ l { a larger percentage of increase town. N. Y.' ed by the workers themselves without Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
( I' Interference on.the part of employers. Rubber Soles
I I s" by nearly all the various seetsin proportion An unidentified woman Is suffering The note Issued by-Senator Shldllvea-. West Palm Beach, Florida ,
: from a fractured: ckull and will die.
,I\ .r.rI' K.\\,,} to population than in any The entire train of five cars was hi guarantees personal safety of ,the and Leather Soles

.,!11,'t I,+!'' I;;' r previous year. Such is notably the r ditched but the locomotive remained delegates. *

:'t yII"11":" t case in the Episcopal church, whichti 1! on the track.and nurses.special was train hurried with to physicians the- Father Gapon 1n France. In any Color and t q

: s last year gained :8 per cent. on its' : scene of the accident, and the victims New York, Feb. 2lK-It Is reported, Material and

?t-i: i membership of the previous year I will be taken to Jersey City cables the Herald's Paris correspon-1 I
dent, that Father Oopon leader of the I'
The exact cause of the accident Is AT OUR PRICESNot tj0.0.0-0.o-o.
I; : while the population growth; Is estimated : unknown, but Is believed It was causedby workmen in the recent St. Petersburg '

'I \ i' at about 2 per cent. In the. the breaking of a flange on one of disturbances, arrived at Marseille on' Palm Beach Prices. JIURKIIARIIT'S West. Palm Beech! February 22,t90$
v his to Home in with''
way company
t church the Increase in the cars. I .
Presbyterian << ,
I t : ieyeral students. :
I The
I The first police ASK FOR
of the Injured to reach Pat THESIRKIN
; I, r membership was at the ratio of 2.5 agents m-e making inquiries In Italy ,s /
erson, was a man named Montgomery -
;' ) ,If; per cent. The Methodist gain was of Buff era. He was only slightly aa to his residence that. country. CO. BOSS & SONS '
1.8 cent. It ia further hurt. He said: j I "
,I per stated in .Moscow Student Kills American. UNIQUE BISCUITS
t "We were running at a high rate .
I'$ the Presbyterian Hand Book! for 1005 Moscow, via Vienna, Feb. .-An Jefferson lllock of nicest soda biscuits ':
of speed when the accident happened.The and get B full-weight package the you ever tasted ;,

:I that the religions of the world have whole train, except the engine American named MacLeanland-a lecturer'at poo- West YalmlieuehF I aGUOWN -NO SHORT :WEIGHT taxing your pocket to pay for the pretty \
ular professor and English
b i' went oft the rails onto the ties and : and expensive magazine advertising in which'the cracker trust tries' to (, '
,'J' : 1,430,000,000 adherents divided as the Commercial academy at Mos- J .
then toppled down an embankment.The i make you believe that no one else can make such biscuits as they !I''
cow, was shot dead by an academy |
; t. follows': :first car turned completely' over student named Slsnow for political -- hoodwink you iota.:>> buying. I,,{:

< t Christians'......................477,080,150 and lay bottom up at the bottom of reasons. Slsnow Immediately conv Next time you are in the store ask any of the clerks to. weigh for I; j i
the ditch while the three other
Confucillnism..256OOO.OOO cars milted suicide. you a package of Unecda crackers and THEM COMPARE IT with the'I ;
turned over on their aide. The train 1
f..r J'J'r: '. Hinduism ............t.........100.000,000! was well loaded and a large number weight of a 5"cent package of Unique.Biscuit, an
\. ( Mohammedanism..178,834.372 of persons were injured and one girl PANIC AT A BULL FIGHT. taste of the goods. Be your own judge and jury of the values of these ,.

Buddhism......................147,900000! was killed. The work of rescuing goods Insist upon having the Unique Biscuit, and get all that, ia /:
r; Taoism and Shi toi8m.. 57.000,000 the Injured was begun quickly by Span'a Noted Matador la Seriously coming to you for your money. '.,
i r.'" i* Injured by Texas Animal. "
1! Iii Judaism ........................ 7,050,000: those who escaped unharmed and persona
;; r El Paso, Tex., Feb. 20.Rafa.elArana.
j living in the vicinity. -As soon
; Various heathen faiths..118,120,470 ., known as Joarana ChIco, has I Finest Groceries '
', as a telephone office could be reached L. W. BUKKIIARDT a .
; The adherents of Christianity met with Injuries In the bull ringutbat
messages were sent asking for assist I t'' i luI
will retire him from life. He sustained grit will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.
divided into the following branches: anoe. When I left the scene of the f\ "
'I. almost' a broken leg, his spine was -
wreck of the
.......... Injured seemedto I l
Roman Catholics 230.860,533 be able to walk." fractured and his side Injured. The APPLES iI O-O-O-O-O-CKXXX>

.Protestants...."?.......,..143,237,625 About a thousand feet of track were fight was under the management of

Greek Church.....'........... 80,016,000 torn up. the Felix Robert, a French matador
who himselffdlspatched, two of the six '

Church Coptic Church of Abyssinia................... 300,000 120,000 Six Killed In Iowa Wreck., that bulls Cailseu"killed! << ;the It excitement was the fifth bull CVatt YI ?"UrttntntftfunfuttntnUt" " ''r"'r"r""r"'r"r"rI " " "

Armenian Church.......... 1,000,000 Des Moines, lotfa, Feb. 20.-Six per- "Chlco" went at the bull In the RIGHT f."

Nestoriansand Jacobites 150,000 sons were killed In a wreck on the midst of cheers that fairly shook the and brought to the market in the I J ? eRie el Pharmacy j

----- Hock Island railway a mile and a half ampltheat r. He had been heraldedas

I west of Wiota, Iowa, at noon today. one of Spain's noted matadors. right way. That is just why the -
:. Today, Washington' birthday, !, Scarcely had he made the death I :; Clematis Ava. and Narcissus S |: f fIt

I g marks what is commonly known as BIG FIRE AT INDIANAPOLIS.! plunge at the bull when the Infuriated I FRUIT AND VEGETABLESwe I =-= fltM1, ,' Is sweet and delicious. Our r5S: :

the"higheensou"atgayPalmBeach; animal "side-stepped* quickly charged I == :"y +,'r a soda cannot surpassed anywhere 1.JJ 1E

1 1' and the big hotels at that most popular Loss May Reach Million .and Half Dol and caught him on Its horn Rush. have are pleasing to all buyers. 7 'Af so, for Its purity sail sweet and dell- 13: 1
ing about the ting, bellowing and pawing I q : :
lars-One Fireman Hurt. == k' r cious flavor. You caDo 'helpbe- jjj-3
s of all winter resorts* are entertaining Indianapolis, Ind., Feb 20.-For four with rage the animal first tossed You are glad to pay a lair price to == L. t' rri {r,- ing refreshed whenever you drink j-3

) I: more people than any previous hours Sunday night the wholesale dis- him to the right and then to the left get the BEST in the market == ,, a glass or it, and Its effect upon you =g
: and finally crushed him agalns-t the == ', : Is exhilarating: and invigorating; -+
,} t day io>their history. This is the trict bounded" by Georgia and Meridian w.alls. A panic ensued, only the gen 1 === 1 A good tonic to drive away that =3 ..
streets, Jackson place and the union I Our prices are just\ high enough to == 'feeling of melancholy whenever it:4: l
i that darmeries rush that
has avoiding a might
itJ:1 most prosperous season ;\ depot/; sheds was menaced by a fire == av holds you iri Its grasp Is to take '/.
y ever been known at Palm Beach,and which started in the wholesale warerooms have Injured many persons. get; goods that are always satisfac s: If a glass of oar soda and all will\ be == .
1 soon forgot too. Call on) us al any -
two tlnd thef' of the Fahnley & McCrea :MIl- We want the custom of all == .. ==
'il 1r. should tiff next year or ST. LOUIS DOODLER ON TRIAL. I time and learn of its merits. Fla- 'I
: linery company. At 9:30: o'clock three I yore of all kinds always oa hand. :::: "
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tF': increase as fast as has marked the general alarms brought Into action people Who know good tipples andpotatt.et. I
=== A. G. RIEOEL =3
"Aceptlng -
Accused .of Bribes from the
iJ ., 1 iL past year or two, it will require uo every department in the city and sub. j -.
Street Railway Company j
t mmmmmmmmmUU1UU1U/! UmmmlUmmmmm
urbs. When the fire was brought un- '
1 : \l ;?''!, prophet to predict greater aocornmo- der control -Butler, Mo., Feb. 20,-After a delay I I''
\ "I, :! eight buildings, among
t1 a of nearly three the tria 1 ot
'J! datiunsandmorevariedamusementsFf years
t)' which were three hotels, had been ._ ..
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Charles Kratz, of St. Louis, a former ] FABER.BROTHERS
for the resort. completely destroyed, causing a loss
,, 1'lI1 J : -r---== _. estimated at $1,500,000. one fireman member of the municipal assembly of 1 GRAFTED, :r<;
:: that city charged with accepting a i Mulgoba
; tar was hurt by falling walls. BUDDED Mangoes.
( The income of the of Russia is 'bribe from an agent of the suburban I ,
In the A. KIefer Drug company's '-----------.
"if said to be $7,500,000 a year, while warerooms were many barrels of oils I street railway company to pass a bill Largest; Collection of Crotons ia the United States. Palms. Pbyllan.
giving extensive franchise to that
} the allowances mnde to some forty and explosives were stored, and In the an i th.usetc. All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock
: company's wholesale
{ of the house I grown on High Spruce Pine Land Address ; r
\\. membeis royal family are correspondingly Bates county circuit court and Retalt
where a season's stock ot fireworkswere tiholeeale
i' large. The workmen Kratz ;wa B arrested In St. Louis JOHN. B. BEACH, West Palm' Beach Fa(
i41 ; located several serious explosions ,

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some three years ago and after hIs release Poultry and Eggs, Dobbins &..041lggs'Bread
; t I\\ who sought an opportunity to plead occurred.
on bond wont to Mexico and + fresh every day
7' I'f hla''
i' a with the Emperor on that fateful Bub" extradition come only after a -
: 1 :v CRISIS MAY COME AT ANY-HOUR 1 oKoRoKOaldrosloKOStcstoROatostostoitoleo olao roteolao o7so7soigo 0t
,:,"f; i 1 bath day, asked to have a minimum-I. treaty bad ben arranged with that government LAKE \WORTH PRODUCE CO.. If o / 1&o
0 through the personal Interest o
I" of50( [; cents a day.: There is a Situation of Ohio River. at Cincinnati X Jfo
"" : ; a wage; ''I la Very Critical. taken In the case by President! Roose- C. II. PRICE Hanajrer o G. G.
jt f f" pretty wide range! between these two vent. Kratz was then arraigned for Olive Street West Palm BeachFla X Strohm.-Company

4?11\-!\ nt .,, extremes. Cincinnati, Feb. 20.-The crisis' In trial In St. Louis, but; secured a change I J
the river situation may come at any of venue to Butler.
I hour according to the government orFAMILY GROCERIES

I Lt A taw bus been passed in the Arkansas forecaster. However ho said today When you buy bread why hot have I H FOR SALEWest

of Legislature making the wearing that the danger of great loss was less. the best? The splendid reputation V o X o

; The government forcaster said that Majewski's bread Is making for itself Palm Beach Lake FrontA o
1 th of a stuffed bird on a.hat an of- ; Fancy Food ProductsI I'i
I foggy, rainy gofetenlng weather will Is due to the care taken In baking. It very Hlrabln codtnue with modern. con- o ..
hr ;? fenaepunishablebyafineoffrom $20 prevail tonight and this wll have considerable vimltmce. Also dvHli'uble cottauoMlt: ou1hutclty. X
am Is always the best; Its quality can not A Plano will bo m.tet rtmtu, teX o.
4 kis to $50. This is more effective as a I effect on the Ice. Thb break. be excelled. Trv It. Inquire:: II L. :FF.R. teV 0Grain and
Wont Palm Buacb. -
up la not likely to be so serious as at o
al bit deterrent than all the sermons yet first anticipated, since the Ice la be- Downey's chocolates at miller's.Woodlawn o -0 e.

; t J of preached on the subject. coming mush." Leave your' brders\ at The Tropical X o JEFFERSON BLOCK J!

''it.t I' -T. The river continues faIlIng here, Sun office for all kinds of engravedand X o ;
\ and as long as there,la no rise the river X 'I
Y i f ra This city now has good streets, and monogram stationery and vlslthig < oo
men say the Ice will not break cards. X West Palm :Bjeaoh Florida.
d; ,r ne the best system"of r waterworks,; the In the harbor here the river has fall Cemetery t o ''a i.taotsoiaoko i.

fa 'r ti State The next thing to agitate is en half a. foot Sunday morning ana olaoieoasotro7anxaao.c -t.twa
eba aeto Uo to R. B. Porter, Olive street,,for ito7aotsolsolaolaoyo3ro\.oito>tots
d and He ,
good many barges other 'Boat.ing ter"at Went Vain h.WALLACE
/ .better public build inns.; F'rinstancer R. the famous Hartford tires.
property had been forced out on Agent.
Z C 't l Ma n new public ehool building and a the bank. 1 I

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era v ,' modern city ball.t--- $25,000 For Attempt to Kiss, -- ---- ----- ----,-- i........ww.........................................:

:: 1 i er The greatest need of West Palm Kansas City, Feb. 20.-''Suit for $25/- hundmdmiluHof 1 wish Inform, Wni everY Valm"person llimi'h within,that' one I!' I H. L. '1
P 000 damages haa been instituted b1; :nm hure to repair your waU'hoacliMka. and i HILLIER i
] Beach today, as a winter resort is a Jowolry-to I ttt your ayeswith.peotalea; or
Mrs. Martha EL Cunningham againstthe eyeilaiM and, to self yon anything you
w ? modern eve hundr (l-room moderate- Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance .nt but in a my permanent line \ am rusirirnt not a,'winterVisUoq" .a pro- : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL : _

i4 s priced hotel. This should! serve as a company, of St. Paul and John O. perty owner In l>ade C.: .. and perfectly: resptnelble .- + 's .
for any buRinem you mar have 9P TOBACCONISTCigars -
CXShaughneaiy, field manager and vice to tranHaot wIth me. Watohva' and Jewelry .. : : ,
Board of Trade. ?
Ili T lint to the president of the company, who had In need of repairing may'hexmt' by mKiHter-
' 1 _____- ed mall or express. I will examine and,report
{ W = offices in this city. Mrs. Cunningham oat by return mail-If the price! i* not i Tobacco Cigarettes
,,y an l Let every business man In the city alleges In her petition that when natiafaetnry.,without yon nhargo.can order I have.the hud good twenty returned !sg ta_ : Pipes, Etc., Etc: : :'

she was cashier of the local office year exnorlenna Mimo-of the bent : CANDIES
meet with the- fire department atSchmid's bouaea, In New ::.k.and nnltimura-Ex: + .t -- ..=* :
F cafe and XShaugbnesgy attempted to hug and veers head Watohmuker and Optician forrounleaf : A FULL LINB.OP tOWNRY'S :
Friday night encourage CELEBRATED
A Cnwb Co: Jacksonville CHOCOLATES
t kiss her. Her constant refusal she -
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Theee fuct.ongFlt to be aulaciAn t .nr- : Cold Soda rIce
; : '.'T. the heroes of the day. says, caused him to threaten tier with ance! that 1 underiitanil: my biiHln...M and Lunches to Orde? :
1y discharge. and finally he did discharge guarantee.nll..r"&lollln every! cone" : Cream soda During Season :

I .candles At the Ma- her. E. A. WALKER EXPERT WATCMriAKER AND OPTICIAN : Ice Cream SKMINO ,
Finest line ? BMCK:, WEST PAUl BRACK !
y ; f Jowikl bakery. Jefferson Block West Palpi Be ch ...........a...........seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee.aeS; :

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_ lapaneae 'atop British Steamer Bound E!e1vbQdy'ColumnWANT'D.: !: ,

COTTON COMMITTEE ,FOP Port of Vladivostok. '

'lbkJo, I\b. 20-8:80< 'p 0 m--T'heT'he :

f 'capture! la announced by the navy department _____..........._,._____ (

of the British steadier :Pow- GOOD COMPUTING: SCALES. ,
A ,
Commission Wants To Extend derbam, bound for Vladivostok witha : Write Ztll& Green, Defray FUMONEV l 4 ,,,

cargo of Cardiff coal. Where the r- ,. -
Trade. Into The"Orient TO LOAN ,
): capture. 'waa' made la not stated, '
I The Powderham la a steel ecrew.te8.lOOr IP YQU HAVK' PR'OPER.TVmAT:

r PRESIDENT PROMISES TO HELP 8,019 tons register She warn. you want to Improve and need money
built In 'JkClddleftboro in, 1892 and U to do it with apply to (,'eo. G. Carne, .
West Palm Beach "
t; Senator McLaurln,. .of South Carolina, owned .by' the Pawderham Steamship. ,,
opmpuny, of Plymouth, England. FO ,SALa. : CORS-ETS"
Made Strong, Plea for Congressional .I. -. ._..... ..- ------.--........I._- t !ne
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?i Al* In the Movement- *{>penlnge Russians Building! Light' Railroad., tUERMANS POINT, ON LAKE i tl

A In House and Senate ,. ...Toklo( ,Ireb. '80.-It IB reported that AJ Worth near the Inlet, aS' acres land;, o %
the' ,Russian have conatructed two Jo acres garden ,balance pineapples,
1 I 300 fruit trees, one hundred bearings
Washington, Feb 20.-President light railway** one connecting Fushan
large cocoanut trees. Beautiful{
4, Roosevelt' today, recetved tl9 commission 1 and Yentlig and another connecting 40 Building: site. One thousand feet lakefront : .

representing the Interatatqsoutht ,. .with other activities, ,and the heavy Ideal winter home Dearest best; 'JA. i i I'-
P erlt" Cotton convention at N W,Orleans concentration, of ,troops Indicates a fishing. Apply t<> Box *35: West Palm ,
to urge the creation of a oommlasionto plan,to turn General Kurokl'a right. Beach;Fla I
extend the foreign markets for cotton ;. General
Kuropatkln 1 714
continuing his '
STYLE ; 'i
Ptd' : cts. The delegation consist' ,operation' of Increasing Ms entire do' 'Oil twelve acres fine pineapple land ." \. ,.
ed, of' bout' a dozen members, headed tenses, and gives Indication of a re*, facing railroad near Deerfield. Address "

ro" toy: former: (Senator Me. &urin,, of South ,oluta intention of retaining his position Cbas. O. ., ,Williams St. Augustine Thompson---Glove Fitting

1 Carolina. The committee urged' 1m.JXlfdlate' when the expected great batUe'Qacul'6. Fla.TROPICAL. ,
'' steps looking; to congressional The Tbklo '1''
; newspapers print '
( action for 'this purpose la ''behalf the statement that 128 Japanese who uyi--nl-UT.nHiir.r-j-; -i .- ----T--**- -T W. B. Corset ; r
of the cotton Interests. The president :,were'ce.ptured.'at'lieikoutal' were roped I RENT '

dlscusued the question with the together and paraded through the One Seven Room Cottage p- and ome:' Colton' Invisible Lacing I,

1 delegation; and: ,stated that be would street of Mukden. 'This Information ly furul he take It 'up with the men who repre- cornea from Chinese sources, and it yard north of Royal Poluciana1 Hotel.,

'eentitha cotton kbelt In congress. He Is Impossible to obtain verification .FOR SALE. I' Kabo (no brass eyelets) ''I '>

'assured the committee that he would ,, here. It Is said that there will be an '
4o alt lie could to,facilitate\ the move official' inquiry into the matter and East Side lake' '''front property *% Girdles
j ment. tl\at' the'' Japanese government will miles north of Royal Polncian Hotel Will, Short Hip, Long Hip, Corsets in'all of ,. y, eh
small cottage/ owner non-resident. ,
The,committee later conferred with make a protest. If the report .la found sell cheap ;
Secretary ot Agriculture Wilson to be true. __ the above brands.Ladies '
Town lots and farm lands for sale. .
In the House. Write for prices. .

A resolution ,providing for early Third Pacific Squadron OaJla. Cottages and hotels f Copenhagen Fob. 20.-The Third Pacific W. I. Metcalf ./ .
consideration *>l bills allowing homestead Manager
entries squadron pa*"d the southern end ,West Palm BeacU.:: .Fla. -
ot 640 acres each'In f
of Langelaa'd': island this. morning.: '
j eastern Colorado and. South Pakota
1 was the first b'uslneaa In the house today The squadron which, consisted of .BRANNINC ,
four Iron ,clad and four transports PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BROTHERSR+ .
It was called under:
up suspension ,
proceeded northward and passed the .
j' of the rules and was opposed northern point of Langeland, LAW; \ .. ?I y "'!I"I' J'
by Mr.! Maddox (Oa.) who forced a "z
;by .a Danish torpedo boat and a German C., .CUILLINQW: > U1tTH.S I' Outfitters: : '
count of the house on a point no C' ,
Iron clad. The latter after tram .
i I, quorum and- leo a debate on the.dop '
erslng the Langeland: belt returned ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELLOR, : i
Vow Qf the resolution. ,
south wards.Flueatane.
After a prolonged discussion the West Palm Beach -- Fla. ,

rules ',,..suspended and the resolution r Waiting Ammunition. riEO. ,O. CU111UJ2 t t..'

was passed. Toklo & t vvssvt '* *)/
Feb. 2O.-'l'he' headquarter > r rUet.e
Consideration of the-naval appropriation Attorney and Counnellor-ttt-Law
of the Manchuria
Japanese in
hill was then resumed.In army WEST PALM BEACH 'FLORIDA -- "
report that the Russians moved df
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the Senate. Vision from the front to the,left and TT 1". rUKANNlNG, ,,:., ltyouwanStoaetthe .. t. Motor .
If byourelaabornrndr Buffalo Gasolene
The fret part of the session of tha advance from Ta' mountain.. Several! &" your ground. ...tie.etht1N .,,1...3NqOa '. r
and Counseltor-t-Law + .
", senate' today was devoted to routine 4 olumna moved 15 mils westward, Attorney > aa'f t,. ? you ceo't all'ord ."" //' "}' )
lyuifliie&s., A: number of bills were halting at Hangchlataltau which,, la 2 (Office over Bank.lWEST'PALM ) hail li to IOplaoS.lly'bl l but .S:: A HIGH-GRADE- ,j

passed. miles northwest of :Wanohlyuantzu.The BEACH, FLA 'uRr'vd, t Automobile Motor p 1I 1Ir
Among; them was one authorizing Russians continued to shell portions M. 1l0U INS, FERRYSEEDS
the award of the bronze'medftls of hon of the Japanese lines Saturdayand GEO. t* For LaunchesAbsolutely

tk or to persons displaying conspicuous the Japanese 'frequently failed to Attorney and Countalor-at-Latv Speed ,,

.( bravery In saving lives In railroad respond to the bombardment, which!. .r ,Will practice. State and Federal Courts, -tbe standard after 4ft yean*'
'wrecks which measure had passed the, was often." .entirely ineffective and Is T.ITUSVILLE.: tea\b. They lar alwarl produce reliable. + ;,
("m> and aunwtoroim.
bouse. I described as being largely a waste of All dualDrn noiltliem. qp Perfect Speed Control. i
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.r.OAL.F. Our .801)
(. The senate committee on foreign reI ammunition; W r Need Annum Soild for Iced Cntnlog"e i 9

1 lation today 'discussed, but, reachedno 'AJTORNk Y-A T-LA W. free.M.FlHBY on reyue.t.D. Si OO.. GEO. R. WALLACE ?

: decision on the Santo' Doinlngo ATLANTA HAS ANOTHER FREEZE.Ice NOTARY PUBLIC.U. OSTROIT. MICH.Maneonia West Palm I BeachAflarific > X!
t treaty; It will come up again at a 8. COMMI88IONERWt4practloainCoentydtsta.d '
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meeting to be held Wednesday. and Sleet for the Fourth Tlmd Courts
The president today sent to the senate This Winter Cover Oat LAND CASKS A BVBCIAJVX. .
Office, TBorioAL/ Sen Block. I PoultryFarm. Coast Line
the following; nominations: :
:Atlanta, Feb. 20.-'Another Sunday W"'II'Pahn' Beaeb. Dade County, :Blonde .
ix: Postmasters: Louisiana D.; S. Edwards -. freeze, the fourth one in ae many ,

f Opelousaa; Lavlnta Insley*, DelI -' weeks, fell upon Atlanta Sunday A.J4 LhiWlb. THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA a

: W. I'I'i WblI.,the storm was not as bad as eATIORNEYATLAW
Oklahoma (Busterton 0. Barnett,
the It
three previous ones, covered anti NOTARY PUBLIC.
!I ,' 'Once. I trees and houses and the street with Anent ol the U. S.Fidelity A Guaranty Co ,of,, White Leghorns, White Wyan- The To Over its own rails to Savannah 4''
; promotions In the army. Ice and made dangerous. Baltlmora, Md. dottea. Eggs and Stock East:
walking "
OIBoe at corner of U: "ui .tln Avenue and NorolB Charleston Richmond and Washington
'> Some of the trolley can were Inter"* ..u Street, over Potter's.bicycle store For Sale. -

f MRS. OHADWICK HAS $1,000,000. fared with, as was the telegraph and! 1-4-190. WES',PALM BEACH. thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
W. E. CtALE 'Mauager1lauoul via All Rail ,
< : telephone companies.,
M1' Safely Planted In Places Only Knownto The official' observation show thAt Fla \\I;

Herself. the temperature has varied very lit TT ,C. HOOD, M. D, 'To The West The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery :k

Cleveland Feb. 20.-The Cleveland tle within the last 24 hours, and since ue O. BUTLER I
Leader flays (1,000,000 la the amount S o'clock Sunday afternoon there has PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON .J.EOIIOE The Mobile & Ohio, via ;Montgomery ',I(

believed to be securely hidden by. lira.Caasle been: a variation of only' 2 degrees, Office over Potter's bleyoid'store. WEST CIVIL ENCINEER ,- l'r d,'
PALM BEACH. Residence near Royal
1... Chadwick. ranging: from 31, to 33., PulnclaaHot{, PALM.BEACU. 13-1: To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Companyfo New 1j
Collector' of Customs Leach has eo Th: drop to 81 occurred shortly before PALM BEACH FLORIDA The East t York. Philadelphia Boston. '1
TJ B. POTTEK. M. D., Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Balti
R.1 minutely traced the operations of this '8.:o'clock Sunday evening, at '

I woman 'during the last four years that which time a. misty rain was falling, 8-aO-98 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. more. and B
} L. A. WILSONMANUFACTURER Via Savannah :Merchant!t& Miners Transportation Company .r" #
J he la la a position to'know that the which'froze M It struck the trees and via I steamship!! for Baltimore and Philadelphia. ,ITO
,t'.\,' baa saved from her 'many financial trolley wire to an extent that antg DENTAL !: OV -- i y

transactions $1,000,000 la cash. In 'Bested a repetition ot the scenes, of la)i O II. MAOY KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental. \ \
''I Addition to this sum the woman has few day ago. At that time, however a Boots and Shoes and '"

j. Just,, aa safely placed $150,000 worth the mercury was standing around 2>5 '. ; DEHTtST < : "
Steamship Company
.' of Jewels. degrees and 'this difference, together Office in Jefferson Block >, Repairing in All Kinds of Leather HAVANA 1

Her arrest nipped her plans rightat with the warm rain,of Monday morn W83T PALM SHACK, FLORIDA Goods Neatly Done, SOMETHING: NEW "l'

a time when they were about to Ing'' has so far prevented return ot TTVU.. J. ,is. LIDDY Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among tae principle I

\ bloom. A delay of a few more, days the ,memorable experience of. ten Indian.TaMed Buckskin railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents. ;
would certainly have placed Mrs. day age.SAVED ,Dentist Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic) Coast Line. 'I
wick::, her /IOn Emtl Chadwlck and Offlco Pint door 'west of-DaJe County State Frank: C. B ,yleston Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark. Traveling Passenger f'
Bank and Horsehide Shoes West Astor Fla. H. M. s
her husband, Dr. Leroy a Chadwlck Agent, 138 Bay street, Building, Jacksonville Emerson 't
for- .CITY FROM BIG FIRB WEST' PALM"'BEACll, FLOHDAtons Traffic Maoa ei, W. J. Craig, General Passenger: Agent, Wilmington N. C. {
In Brussels, and, Mrs. Chadwlck'a :FOR TENDER FEET 11

tune would then have been,$2,000.000. Indian Students of Near Santa Ft, N. _--- .1 'r
It wa her desire to make just one M., Come to the Rescue. FOLErsnu=B%fAR' Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio ,

core deal with $500,000 as the stake Chicago ,Feb. 29.-A dispatch from !h.c ot tf:1 and K.ti5 J".* tfe S3cDccs6Dccr ti!

a The action of United States. Attorney Santa.Fe,.N*.'W. ?says: I II
i John J'. ulllvan' In causing her'arrest Students from the Indian school 4 FOWLER BROS & KING

when he did checkmate her. miles 'out 'have saved Santa Fe from E. M. ..BKE1BE03D Sold by'S80AOWELL

destruction by'are. MACHINE SHOP r.. I
DIES IN ELECTRIC CHAIR.I'I Flames ,broke out In th..nest"bse.jnese Real Estate '
.block,, In the .plaqe, .spread to A 'SPAUVI .BBACH, FLA. KINDS LATHE' and SHAPE, WORK ,
Italians Who Killed Old Woman Pay other store anthreatone4.. the entire ,{, DeerSlrtit ',!.

Death Penalty. commercial d tr1ct. The local are; NotaryrPnblic.. ''Cottages to Re a GAS ENGINE'' SUPPLIES S 1e.11Ug.ad- thcellnllteetdouhtaa tttiafrlQa aualitr, toU trial* & vlr J

,Osilnnlng, N. T. Feb. .-Frank men seemed unable. to check the fire FOR SALE lot ttw t
Office,,South Polnolnna Hotel Gillette s,$ tf"
!fUmlerd and! Adolph Koenig were p to death in the electrlo chair In Sing assistance. ,The' boy responded Near Perry Landing Lake Front, Safety Razor .1

Blng prison today. ,Both execution quickly, dragging a hose cart through WEST; PALM EACH. ,. FLORIDA f will aher..ltbltwrwdap..thosab entirely dUpel It. Aa?man ana k. MOOREt '. .: : I''",

'>werevoarried out without IncldentTwo the mud for 4 mile and arriving, T. J. CAMPBELL baeslaaeshsr-l hltanir. Taa4)ll. L I,

shocks%- ere given.In each case. a critical time. The'flre, was\brought JaratTpToWowBIxACKSMITHINQ Tonic to the System. +. l saw
Rimlero) murdered Macao Plntao, a 'under control after' It had caused .. For liver{ troubles and constipationthere slew tbln >a br paper our,prooeMeothatII tern pared an rival Junk :dealer In 'Brooklyn aa the loaa of $75,000.' Two firemen were la nothing; better than! DeWltt'n takes diamond dvut to triad ,
of the 'falling'wal.l;. HORSE Little' Early> Risers the'famous 1I1t1epllls. 'A thnm. ash bid lvei toa Mt&lrti
;; result quarrel over owner- hurt by S *perfect ahevra. COM*and Jrug) y' '
They do not weaken the
ship cia quantity of old fcotUea.Koenlg blttda pockftd and aoBo SHOEING, '.QENEBAr ach. Their-Action, the la S : ham lika ',
'' system faatorn.howlnp them
... upon 'Ay/
strangled Mrs. Mary Kauff- Came Near Lynching .Ne" ,
mild pleaaaqt and harmless.'' Bob ( IA bo luir. Aiwari reedr tor neaNo .' '
man to death in a West Fortieth New York, i iFeb. 20.( -: +President REPAIRING AND'PAINTING Moore, of ''LaFayette, Ind., says "No ,! ;'di I 'Siropplnjj ', j/7cC/ .1dr.oS f ,

street house last. May and then attempted Rooaevelfa home town, Oyster ,:Day, use talking DeWltfa Little Early Ilia-: / or' Ilcnlng '
i : to end his life by ,driving a within 20 mile of the outskirts lot era do their work. All other pllla I Von aannot out>o iml(er tiAl ta 5tationerg '
Into hla abdomen, but recovered1 have used gripe and make me aick in 1 give Tdp.wlt..moosh, dcllvhttuiahava. '
knife New
Greater York came near being WAGONS BUILT TO ORDERClmutU the stomach and never cured me.. DeWltt'a Otllctfct laete tar roara.Vbe \ I .,,
after several veeka.' the scene ot a negro lynching early: Little .ryS ,, .aw hun, uwd onch ot threr. andqtano ,
Early Risers proved nnf'I doll n turn ta ni an Sunday morning.: Only the calmer Ave'.W..t O 'ro.... be the long Bought relief. They are v td; r ewUlrlvqoa.ltarwpl.drfw .
'D Fatal Boiler Explo lon. heads of"aome of the leading citizens,
simply perfect.: persona traveling find ; Jio < Id Uortul bJxdeaatDem., Good
.* 'Wheeling!:, W. Va., 'Feb. 20.-A ,report who counseled .deliberation, saved Little, ;Early: Risers the moat reliable ; I tI !! ,

ot an explosion In Providence.; "Diamond? .I>1ck" _Johnson, ,a ,familiar GEO. HASLEHURST : remedy to carry with them. Sold by ? p 1 : f t Wl r,el'\ ten, >RIP CtllBlM.as It 'I

near) St. dalrsvllle 0.. states that character. who' had murderously, aaaaulted & :SON A. O. RlegeL ".'
.several people were killed and many '])I'. Louia'Keyser./rom; being and Builders ,. > .
hurt A 25-horse power boiler ,ex- strung up at the,end of a rope." ,Aa ft ,When. 'blllloua trY' a dose of Oham- ,
JL plnA.l* -.,.-......,,the boiler! anjl onwin! wa the negro had to be hurried away ? P/O.'BOX :Jo4Kodol berfaln'a Stomach and LiTer Tablets ,. .. ., r-I r 1'

house. Twelve person were)jajuredv from Oyster Bay and locked, up In the aud realize for once how quickly a ;

.LW liavt ,MIIC.* UM>.. u.o tore* are- county Jail. at Mineola before, Quiet Dyspepsia CareDigests flrat-clasa the disorder.up-to-date' For medicine sale by all will druggfete correct SUBSCRIBE FOB THE SUN, ,

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a s I+' WEST P.I.1.LM PE .eD. : : ":: :::/:-. -, ..... :.. ..... .. ...; ... A....
l Night'wa* Her Terror. Bought Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 'INXJi.R EO TBt8. f "' ''''''' '''' '' 'Q" ""'v'. If!

rt S "I would couth nearly all nightlong and sent It to Friends.Mr. _'m___ "" ____'__. .w__...__-"- -- \ -- c,
VI ,, ," writes Mrs. Chaa. Applegate of F. W. J. Fletcher a druggist in 4 at e

ri' Alexandria Ind., "and could hardly got Victoria, Australia, says: "A customerof 1ehllab'
1(' any sleep.) I bad consumption so bad mine was so pleased with Cham- r-h-ii: : :::; [ The 3. c

S\' S that If I walked a block I would cough berlain's Cough Remedy, which she crheUirginia.,
n4 frightfully and spit blood but when bad used for her children when suffer- ?

j, iltk; all other medicines: failed three '1.00 ing from colds and croup, that during WEST PALM" BRACH '.?R.iOA NI,.....' ltuat<>ii' na ((1IIC01\I'OkA.1'JOU) -I'
Ixntles of Dr. kings New Discovery: a fortnight's time she obtained At my (V ; CleuiatlM Avenue I

f ..r '" wholly cured me and 4 gained 68 shop nine 'bottles, which she sent to (v 8..autUuy) Located on ttt& EJ w..t.pulro LeridoJ est lqt1a.nt.> ,
Be.ob *
1, 5ly pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed to her friends in different parts of the Lake Front,commaoillnjf a ,
--ILL'., f Colds LaO ,Bronchitis (7 Fine' Vie ot'the, ,' _' S .
{ cure ,Coughs rlppe. state telling them bow muou: good It Itnyal "I,/, : ... '"
Jr l' and all Throat and Lung Trouhjlas. had done and advising them to give (,I Polnclnoa and t."ttk Worth 'r., .I- r'. ('Or""
; Price 600 and ,1.00. Trial bottles r fill Modern Conveniences I (
k it a trial. for sale by all druggistsand !I ., ... ; : '. :
'l t tree at All drug atoree.JI' medicine dealers. ( | Cuisine Guaranteed! r '' : 'v

\ .. (t First-C/4S Mo Rates ;5i. -'Breakfast Ltttneheonntnnet; ,: :
'+ 1 14; 'n Working Night and Day. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. C. D. ( Tubtrvntosts.'A 5 'i :
S j; I I Tha busiest and mightiest little thing Of )Waverly Texas/writes: "Of a mornIng J / .5.,. $1O"ah'' $12Per' 'r''' AT ALL HotJRS'k. 1 '
SS S that ever was made Is Dr. King's NewS when first arising I often find a ( "s'oeese eqmre e' .e'e e '" ',. ,, ,, 'f J ,".'., ..,"'" 4,: ,' (!tAl',' j. ,
S Life Pills.. These pills change -weakness troublesome collection of. phlegm : WeekT; I' Prtit'",1."' '"I. \"/ I'b '

1 to-strength, llstleasnoss Into which produces 'cough and Is very .... I, -- ,':".'Ji..,.;.//b;. ,t' ,: '1)). ,,j y: "';."_ 4Y energy brain-fag Into mental power. hard to dislodge: but a small quantity + ...................... OPEN NOVEMBER 16. 1904 : \" 1'' I- "' 'IY ""'r/"Iww: / < v I. .4
s They're wonderful in building up the ot Ballard's Horehound Syrup will : : .ii ." : V"
Sold allaY i Special Orders. Received'or,5: :
y health. Only 2Go per box. by at once dislodge It. and the trouble ; ,
druggists. Is over. I know ot no medicine thatis crh palms i Mr.... A,. L. MAUQH, Prop, "of.Three'' ; or More ,1't\ ';. '
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'equal to It, and It is so pleasantto i ., (
I; Cured Lumbago.. take. I can most cordially recommend Now /. ) .-
G } it to all persons needing a med Open. I Ii I ----.. (<;'t ...
A. B. Canman Chicago writes Mar Y. "
'. icine for throat or lung trouble. 25c, .
;) 4ia, 4, 1903: "Having been troubled with 60 and ?1.00. Sold .by A. .O., Rlegel : A ,largo. homelike Hotel., well appointed %
: Members Only 'f'ir! fi
at different times and tried Open To :
"'i"" p'1'!j( Lumbago and beautlfullylocated; glT- .
one physician after another; then different Inn the comforts without the coat of
i and Pleasant and Most Affective.T. 4B riggs Ot l SEASON OP 1905 5 5 c;
d ?! ointments liniments gave i tbe more xpeoelve one, Situated' on I age
Jl ; ?':;\t' ,' It up altogether. So I tried once more :J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator Liberty Lake Worth, opposite the Royal ... .f,

I tilh f :; and got a 'bottle of Ballard's Snow Texas 'writes Dee 26, 1902:"With Poluclana. Hotel, Wblt wal1ro. ,e MRS. M. E.! BRIGGS Proprietress.Evernla 'LI'
Liniment, which, gave me almost in.fl pleasure .and unsolicited; by you I bear Electric bull*. Good flnhlnii, hunting
;I N" iJ'? stant relief. I can cheerfully recommend testimony to the curative power of and boating Bats: ':1.150 and ,8.OO : 5tr. t I:

I "fl;, ,",; It, and will add my name to your Ballard's Horehound Syrup I have i por"lay. Special raton. by the week T W..t Palm n.aob, l.gida : '-
I, list of former sufferers. 2Ec, 60o and used it In/'my family l And can cheer- t .' .
v "t S : $1. Sold 'by' A. G. Riegel. fully affirm it is the most effective i 'rhe palms[ j; Situated Near Lake Worth
f and : C!>
and'pleasantest remedy for coughs r
'''f!''. ? Brutally TorturedA colds I have ever used. 2Gc.\ 60c. and We.t. Palm Beach Florida : A SELECT WINTER HOME FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
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I > 1\ case came to light that for persist $1.00. Sold by A. Q. RIeg :........*................ HOT AND COLD-HATH I' '

1 f 1 t!' \\J\, ent and unmerciful torture has perhaps .. HO CON t1MP'I'IVIII!: TAKES ; Effect Jan. 3D. 190 rV
,1 never (been equaled. Joe Oolob>Ck: of No More Stomach'Troubles. WBOI.EHOMB. BOMB COOKINO > Local Time Card No. 59. In *
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r It" t' g' Colusa. Calif., writes. "For 16 years I I Il'ltl' Allstomach trouble is removed by r rhe L . I
Ill ; \ endured insufferable pain from rheumatism the use Of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It SOUTH.BOIJND-READ: DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-tREAD UP. .
I l'ltl'\, :" and nothing relieved me gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting ,
i I [J though I tried everything known. I what you eat without the stom- ZjcamnYfgtoiS i No 89 No 3a No.29 No.i Na78 No. 14 Na48.

., '.1 f : came across Electric Bitters and} it's ,ach's aid. The food builds up the Daily Dolly Dally. Daily ,8TArIONS.: Dally Dally nslly.. Bail'

y .: the greatest medicine on earth for that body the, rest restores the stomachto A. B.(I. METCALFE Proprietress S H ii'P i2'iii'; to 0o";" i;-; L.N..Jackllon.me.u. T 80 P 7411 P II ((10. B 4Wy::: I
\ "f. ,: trouble. A few bottles of It completely health. You don't have to diet Boarding 818 P 11108& ........So.JlI<:k onvllle..LY. fll8 P 7'0'U
.. relieved and cured me." Just as when taking Kodol Dyspepsia I 26 P ll1Q >p> 1110 a 1/011. .St. Anguetlne..,._..... GIO P 010 P 1100. a
:. I yourself WEST PALM BEMH FLORIDA Uti, 11625 ............Eaet1ngs..585 P end '
f ,,' ,., \ good for liver and kidney troubles and Cure. J. D. Ersklne of Allenville : : DeBlmbla people whoTwIuti n pleasant iniap P 200p> 15tOp 546& l>Alatka.......... SLIP 6620 847a.. ...O2tl.r :
:\ general debility. Only 60c. Satisfaction Mich., says "I suffered heartburn and S rS place to top at while In Went Palm1' ;-;; ; B2M1 iii'MP108IIa !I.r..PaI..tk..V". 1411p 'fOp -Ste "
guaranteed ,by all druggists. trouble for- time. My Open all the Boautlful location : p
1 I i' stomach some Beach will Hud "MINARET COTTAGE, DI l p 180p 1140 a. 950a Lv..Paatka.Jr. 0111 pliO P ,, ( 606 I
r ,. !W .;;,.. -- --
the trouble ,
sister-in-law 'has had same Olive Street'between Kvernla and --- -- "'
on Lake' Worth. Bright cheerlal on
1'' and not able'to eat for six weeks. : : ,. Nice' clean : 8Ile 16 P 8 is P Ar..S..n. Mnteo..Lv: SlOp 820 p
Imperfect Indigestion. was Fern just mien a place. 8006 Lv..BanMateO.Ar. 7060! 703p 71>0 760.1
She lived entirely on warm water. Afrter S rooms and wide verandas. Specialrales SS roooia, neatly lurnlahed ; comfortable -
Means less nutrition and In conse- taking two bottles of Kodol Dys- bod| good wbole oma food t VERYmod..lte r-l f8 p Ly..1.....Neoga .........L.. IUS P
for the
I quence less vitality. When the liver pepsia Cure she was entirely cured. Beason. SOrvti prices are the recommnnUartlon I lOOp .............Hunnell............. 191 4LT P

falls to secrete bile the blood becomes She now eats heartily and is In good .......................... .. Only a limited number of room. 109! P 11 10.. :::::::::.HoteipOrmond.:::::::: p 4 80 P
loaded with bilious properties the digestion Kodol be accommoilated. Table boarda 1Mp 11 0& .Ormond.-.560/ p 'IlOp 1116& &11II.iLOp e
health. I am glad to say gave eraoan 110p 809p .Illp 112U& ......... -.Dnytona............. Deb p 'lOp 10380 4 40..
f! becomes and the U18p '
r Impaired me Instant relief. Sold by A. a. RIe- BpecloJty.MRS.\ 166 p ;.........J'ort: Orange.......... SII7 P
bowels constipated. Herbine will rectify gel. tiMr __ a : : .' FRANK DAPL1NQ. ,1:8": son p IIII\p III000p ..........New8n'yrn.......... 8osp S411p 180.. .111.

II li { li, this; It gives tone to the stomach ( [ //lOa 85 p CJr.csp ..............,1'Ituevllle flak Hdl..................... 928 169 P p 1146p 1914'A ,. ,.
b, liver and kidneys strengthens the appetite I Speedy Relief.A 'U:$ a 40p to p ..............COllOA.........?...:. IH p 161:) n
IS clears and Improves the com ; qA 4 0.\ P .. Rocklrrlgo............. 110 P .
plexion infuses life and vigor to' salve that heals without a scar i n i iI O 0 416 p Ifill> ......Itookledge U.ital.. ........ lOOp IOGp ..,.
new is DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. No : 415.0 p 1f,8p VHp ..........."tau- Oallfe.......... 1II18p li1p 1055p ,
the whole system. 60 cents a bottle. qip 601p 1120p .......... .... ..... IV 00 19up JU'I p
Sold by A. Q. Rlegel. remedy effects such speedy relief. 11 Wtst Palm Beach, I ban I p ......... .Melbuurue.! ......1....i. I 1126 pa
S. draws out inflammation, soothes cools ( [par CottleWEST i COO p .........:..8t. 1.lIule............ 101lG...
.......... lll1G
u 6fOp 8 Op .1"or.1'Iero..1080a 1R OIIp 900p pore ;
y' Prettiest line' of office stationery and heals all cuts burns and bruises. A winter resort that will please you. A a 'I10p p ..:..........TIl'hol............. gOO a 811t P
business cards, etc., ever seen in city. A sure cure !tor piles and skin diseases.DeWitt' ;Near Lake Worth and centrally lor...- \ PALM BEACH FLA. 10J P ............ .Ed.tll.. ... .. B1Up7o0p
i Witch I ............/.Jen..n.............a Out P
The Tropical Sua. Is the only genuine ted. All modern Improvement. JAdlreim I 71f II ..... .......etu.L.............. 86 a tlo>! P
Hazel Salve. Deware of counterfeits Ataulet,select family Hotel with home :: 78111 ..........H<> asuhI1."' .......,". 508a 781p I
I ........ .........
they are dangerous. Sold by A. O | 756 p .wes.J'll'l' er. Sot a 111t p
School desks and Inks supplies and com i ......
2I'Ia 840 p IIUllp aoop Ar..We.tPI.lmn..o.oh.. 826 a 10llla! 6411 p DIOI''
blank books at Idner's RiegeL Ii MRS. S. B. BARMAN I 56a lOOp tlWp 520p Lv..PalmBeiwit..... 800a 1010a Ghp-,10! ,, ,
f J Box 127 i I Pleasant location., adjoining! City ; .000a IIll11 lII6p: OUOp .......Westl'almBeauh..Ar' 140a 1111II11. GOIip ,

4 "West Palm Beach FloridaCommercial : Park and 'faclng] on' :Lake Worth., I.: I 10001 erg p, ::::.s.::::::.Bopntou..Lv. Ielmy: :::::: : M a a ::a ,
r 10M .........Ft Laudenlnle..u s 'iii P
'l CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida .----.....----- Cool,comfortable,rooma, with good HOD P P ..........Ul1l1al1d..I... .....,...; Ofia a 1 419 P T
.... ....
+ ; table service 118\1 p .1N"'oltC1/.y..i.: :Iii! a 847<< P
'1 -- ( .Uoa 11201' 11411p '0011' ....... ... 1i211 a Boo a 8tOp 710 : f f.lJnllet
J if ad Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs. IDA B. HAYS ProprletreasGar. 'S ; .,
r 1'.10r Care 00 tratns 211.85.78 aqd W and Buffet Sleeping Care 011 t1'Alnll fie and r
: Mail Orders Receive Cartful Attention. . . . . 'wwcenJnukeonyilleandMlaiuL. ParlorCareontrelns89aud4UbetweeaSt.Augustine .
,, ....... '
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j,}" Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH ,.-. ... 'I


; if' J . andRestaurant the (3Zcmatid S Na' 1J 1'I,17t' No. 19t No.Ut N. 13 No. .11.I Na ii, N,.9Pt N..'it Ida' I.','
) (" I -- -,-- .. BUt1N 1)0 II Unlly Ih1
Dally. Dally Dilly Paul Daily! E.Mon. Ez Man. DAily Dally jt. r ._.
J ti Gl'xxita K.B."4. p.lna.tta gt -I- -' -
fit oisoisolsoSSOilateo7so7so7soltolsoleo7solROrsolsotsolsoieo so7so7so2aolsoatop' iackn"nvltlal8a1A5940A70, 19Waa1716PM 1I0px IM'II 8001' 8o:1p1\I: 696 1'1'1 0'p'" r
tt.Au5u.ttnuIOu0AM1046AaJ110an. \ tlllpN 11101' flora 'OIl' 1/1II1'K '"
C, W. SCHMID Prop. Meals served at all hours on American 51.PalOu's' ,
x ? J.. B. M'GINLEY i io Clematis Ave. West Palm Beach Fla. Setting and Rooms European connected.plan. Dining First-class and C.. -DOU'ND. Na. 25t 9Eteally16' ..-.- .SN N-U.IIy.: Lilly. ,,0.0-{ Na' 7

accommodations. Table supplied with Daily Daily E. Sna. Daily Cxyguo. E. Sum, Dally DlLl1.9' Patty. I Du '

0 CentrallyJocated. Batealf l.CO up Fresh Vegetables from our Everglade ........I1..I.e, IHMlJ.M 7U04. -7WAII -9YOAa tibia -1140Aa 121UpM- -61UFM -e01'MSn4Ul'!-! -\ r rJeckunvlle
Rates 100 aM 04DAM SOOA" 921AM 1210 P la4U pal tto 11'11 7101' 1 1i11I1ol1140, .
The onlrHotel; keeping Dlr.-n? Boom Farm. Very select rooms. :)

open for late train. reasonable. cninpoiied exclusively: of Fullninn or Parlor Cars and exlra anal tree hilt be cliarui\ 'fJ''I'r..11I ;, Y
1 i Fuera1Dire r or I Ii I Mrs. U. B.ProprietressBULLETIN Boyd, nUT rune ps oienitid] on those trnlin on which no extra or out far U ohargml"I.

: 3A 5r. AUUUSIINB AND 1'10.40' 1'10.' U. N.' .t4tly ,

,fr 'l'i Alb 1 5 Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANTJPACTTJRBRS -' Lv..8t. AuI11IIUne..t.1I00U1- DBI.n. Ly...... .n..kel'fl. ..-..... r. _S O ,.',
E1VIBAI11VIEo 5g '7'1' Ly..East 1-.1..lka..J.v.lOl0AM. 960 AM Lv.WeatrnlrBench.. ..Ar.505r', \
a > 45p .1olt.IOrmond..Lv S'lll... ,III!IIi U, Lv....... .... .."... ,...... SIll', I
.0 pAr.... ..... Daytona.Lv 769A5'iio1AM
i J'oeto) C=;orner of -OF--- lip AI' .... .New 8myrn.. ..... Lv. 780A..li-!1IiG4..Ar Ly".F, ..... .UI..u.I..LY.IIO..I Lnudurdale.1v.. 44Tt I >I I

? rl; l, j s1 R >2o -4dny::; lN.V'lI. MAVPORT BRANCH Na 1118 tlusl" : ul'laJo..1DNol'I'' I ORAN ll CITY BRANCII N..,I N.

"' 'r r i (3ZomatilJ $00. & .J/arciss1s: .5ts. "or BHRGftlNS !!L 1> .' only! .. .......1.. .! 'Dally DAI ,
: >III a 411II'' Lv. Jarkaonvllle. Ar. 8110 5J400 P 400 P 910a Lv. New 8mymn..r 1 m-
'' S JIIrrwrv.a. 10 n 1111 I'' (v. Po.blo lwb..Lv 760 alt 20 P I f4 p110 Via Ly. Lake Helpn L.. t 19 sop 1:
II 1111
O }n.*t to QurHbardfa Groa.ry .6:\ a 6 19 y L" Atlantlo lJel10b Lv 7f a.816 P 4 GO l' 10 801L... Orange Cloy Lv I 14 "flip'p 0 1'4
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o n'lI II OIl p J .u. .Mayport. .Lv. 18U a 800 11 j 011 P IO45n Ar Orange City Jo.: hi 80p 655

jy"b ; okokokokokokokorokokokokokokokokokokokakokokokokokoMot Just received a large shipmentof lfeity'tI0ME5TEA0 7' No.,1U Na II No
Su.. !5L'. Dally rally
t Oak Chairs to be sold atONE .00Lv .... ...Miami: ...?".....Ar.I 000 p 8' ';" I I,6...... TUu vllle..A. '. rn'I''_
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Oa Ar..Hom..te; IIfI\p 900 a .u....... ,. S.nftnl........Ly. J"OO'.

:: I 1 Doors Blinds, Sash, MouldingsAND Bed Springs. Mattresses. .. ,. ''Cots, Ise Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0, S.. S. Company; ;; pol-' ;:

Bureaus, W a.v shstands" and,. NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

Building Material, Tables.' ': These Time Tablet. how the time. at which '-- .1
ma' upeoted: to arrlre I ,
s and
the several lopn
om rtst/ouM bt their
arrival o*departure
T' a the limes
CHARLESTON, S. C.Jta" ,rdoae the MlDI> t tarany delay or
1 s ? a I tram. anT oonsequullce &.' th.rt .

w Largest Factory South. Don't forget a place, ..

YOU READ Send for Prices. ,Tor Copp of h. LOCAL TIME CARD or Oth.r Inro"'lo""

any of our previous advertisements asking you to start a bank "SEE THE TICKET AUNT"V
p'1, # account with us? It so, find you did not, we ask again. Chicago o and Florida Limited The. Exchangeat f. D. RAH NER.: Aeat. C.n'l.Pa...Agu ST. AUGuc' r''-- .r, "

I Yes, we wish to urge you, knowing' full well what{, the word bank the Palms Corner .. .
;' account means. We wouldnt have to, only we honestly know that J, B.. McQINLEY. Prop. .

P >; there are a few who need a little more coaxing to do ao. Are. you Louisville & Nashville

; one of them ?

Aro euro indications of
romp f nno ot
trouble, blliousnoaa or a bad liver Blalarlawli'- ,
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Only Solid Pullman Trainwith Perrine' Grant Land CofDa T. i next overtake yon. '''Don't flak It; find &eve all i, S '

f1 don'ttJlecaloowlorq'llnlno-bilGroail tiroC; i
observation and library cert from

r Florida to St. Louis Chicago CTJTtER. FLORIDA

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( The West and Northwest, hue aJi their virtuea-nona of their I j

..1. i H. L. HILLIER i with much quicker time than via any <8'//- 1 deadly regularly effects.17111 forestall- HERDING. : ht9Pali iakcu, J S? :J '

other line. '
ia ), VbU ilgnatar Is f on.vety box: elf the genuine! ( 's : vondit .
l ', WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL All! 'meals l In dining errs, service la Laxative Bromo-Quinine'rabiek I on, boad off bUionsnesg., heodachiUla ?.-. ....
n : : carte. Finest dinlog-car service in the liVIU keep In ",'
t't'a you good ioaltnu
t *-? nnMdT that tmwim a eard1 on dQDm ;H. .
South I TRY BT TO-DAY. : j I -... .
: TOBACCONISTCigars : Leave St. Augustine 8 in _... jj C'r'
daily ;do a. "00 h '1"1"" f
eo 1>1 .e. A' :
Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30 a. m. : Early Risers DtUettsis." )1' .5'

: Tobacco Cigarettes Pipes, Etc. Etc. : Artlve Arrive St.Chicogo Loris next day, 4:30 p. m. The famous little pills. Sold at Riegel's -)
i next day, 1:35: p. m, Drug Store. ,
Also through Pnilman Drawing-room Sloe --_
'tN --
: CANDIES.oIIQo, : ing Cars daily from Jacksonville. on A. O. C.- .
4O8p8 m. train to Birmingham. Nanhvlllu,
; H:5B s. m. train 4oPenaacola.: Mobile and

:; ; ; Cold Soda Lunches to Order During Season : Now If BEST Orlran...service. de.lred..k for' tlcketa;:via;:; "

s e ;y : Ice Cream soda L..N.. DIGESTSW.UATYOU
t for rates, Pullman reservation., etc.. call, 0" 0 BAT
Ice Cream SHMINOLS BIOCK, WXST PALM BEACH on or writeGEO. .. Ika81.00bWO.aospla.7HOmeaIMtASIeh.\
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Held -In Honor of the Death' of ''Ground: --- e YYTrrTYYTYVVTTTr VTTYT T.vvyn..mv.nmr.nryne
I'THE FIGHT IS ![ Duke eerglua of Rutiala.I page 1. 11 4 "'
WON I Chicago, Feb 20.-Elaborate memorl reported touching work on Narcissus I .
til services in honor of the Grand and Olive streets. ; "

1 Declares I Duke Serglus has been celebrated in Under the bead of miscellaneous business u CREX. :

Y.rl. President Jordan oi the Russian orthodox church, North tSr.( Parrish stated that, as a member -

Cotton Growers Association Leavitt street and Haddoa avenue. of the School Board, he bad "turned

I Baron Schlippenbaoh, the Russian dowr," a bill against the board at its lust

VICTORY consul, and vice consul Prince pager session for hauling trash from the city .. ..
IS NOW CERTAINExporter lltcheff, were present. The service school lot. It was concluded that all .

were conducted In the Slavlo lane such trash in barrels other .. ... .
Are Short op proper ,
the sermon
Spot Cotton and Will Pay for It atAdvanced :guage.Rev.In John a short A. KochroCC urged Ruaslaathe tUeworohlppera city receptacles. should be removed by the From the Plains ._ of ,Wisconsin and ,. Minnesota 1

to pray far the aoul of Ser.glus 1
Prices -Raduco Acreage Consideration of the suspension of
who, he said, woe slain by an aoarchlst. + Springs a spontaneous growth
bARINgPOWDER 29 Per Cent, and Stand Pat. ,, ,! He blamed. the American pee Policeman Barfield was then resumed.Mr. t3k ti of exquisitely: colored found
H. P. Branning, representing the
Atlanta, Feb. 20. :ple for showing sympathy with the : /from which has been $
-President Harris officer, asked that Mr. Barfield be ; fir /grass( '
Jordan, of the Southern Russian revolutionists of whose' clean, permitted 4;iI s' 1-,:} rfi: p (
) Cotton Association to make a statement, and he was ;;.i.i .,, aI=I'F y created the marvel of modern
hall Issued the following letter he declared, waa the murderer,ot PTM-
to the cotton planters of the south Ident McKinley, so permitled*and, among other thing, commerce familiarly Known as p t
: said that he had never been charged {+
"The delegates "Crez::Grass Products. This '
Absolutely Pure7HEREISNOSUBSTITUTE to the state and territorial .::: a
with dereliction before, in relationof '
Otis Dead.
Congressman : '
conventions on the 2bt should ( wonderful grans-the world'smost 's
life that it is that be y 9, 1 ,
pas Tinging ''resolutions endorsing the New York, Feb. 20. CongressmanNorton ; true was asleepat ,1i f tai: 1 i v
> beautiful harvest-
{ grows
policy of the Southern Cotton. association P. Otis, of the nineteenth, district the time stated; that be had been j>n t s.el.i: t
to secure a reduction of at least died early today at his homein arduous duty until t o'clock, and, feeling 'c -J" _: from a purely vegetable Soil' oarstla

;;*': 'S LOVER KILLS.HUSBAND. 25 per Cfnt in the cotton acreage and Yonkers, aged 65 years. Mr. Otis exhausted, asked Mr. Markland that produces nothing else

I use of commercial fertilizers to bused was born in Halifax, Vt., and traced/ Mr. Gruber's night watch-to look out e1eiI; f 1f; r 1=?-4 / save the pretty wild flowers i'j

Terrible Tragedy at Valdosta, Ga. under 'cotton for 1905; also calling hie aacentray to the John Otla, who for him, and if anything occurred on the hfhf t ;;> i I : that enliven the aspect of

Man and Woman Arrested.: upon every spot holder of cottonto came from Hlngham, Xing., to Massr: streets requiring his attention, he would fl_ \ ,
Vadoat.'G1a., Feb. 20.-A. sensational tighten his grip and refuse to market chuaetu In 1635. His father Invent find him at the Council chamber to = e,4y / % ripening grain and, testify to ..a.

homicide was committed in tills city a single bale until, the price advances > ed the elevator and surrounded the which place he went and fell asleep. the pure and wholesome life :'"

'last night la which John BJ. Flood lost ',to fair and legitimate figures company which, bears Ms name. Under oath, Mr. Markland' was permitted / of this prairie country ,"''f,

pfcU life, it la Bald, at the hands of A. The New Orleans convention adopted Cotton Company ttofcfa Meeting ta make a statement, which corroborated .i'

1* Frierson, his head and face being a. resolution, which was unanimous, New York, Feb. Stockholders. that of the officer The nature of the soil- '
'terribly' crushed with, an axe. calling upon the people to hold their in the United States Cotton Duck Mr. Ilannong stated that he parted I
The row which terminated In Flood's spot cotton untilprices,. reached 10 corporation and the Mount Vernon- with Mr. Barfield at 9 o'clock the morn- freed from all mineral substances--makes the grass wholly fibre, another "n 11!

"death! occurred at hit home at an cents per ptfuni delivered at the ports, 'Woodbury Cotton Duck company bare IUK of the fire: at the corner of the jail word for adaptability to the many methods of manufacture and very long ",<:5 f.: 'w

.early hour tI moraine after the man.barged which would make the price about held their annual meetings In Jersey lot. wear. Practically it Is indestructible by wear. ';!1'
) with the killing had left the 9.60 In the Interior: The oiMy way to City. According to the statementsof Deputy Sheriff Martin and Mr Rich- rit. Being wholly fibre it is a Sanitary prod ucl;:nd moth will not attack : +.
.clty. It appears to have been the oulttlnatlon b.rea.k.the present advancing market is the new companies submitted by bourg made statements aa to the efficiency .:i .
I : of a family trouble of long to throw spot cotton on the market the officials the .Income from all of Mr. Barfield. t
standing.Frlerson. and enable ,the buyers to fill thou sources was $9,490,149,' with net earnings After brief discussion it was moved by Furniture in nil designs.

was arrested here about contracts. of $516.085. 'The interest on Alderman Sirkin and seconded Alderman y
by Art Squares 6x9, 8x io, 9x12.:
two months Exporters Are Short. the $7,000,000 !first mortgage bonds
ago on a warrant from .
Potter the Mr. Barfield be rein-
Manning 9. O., charging him with having "Recent investigations at all prominent outstanding amounts to $850,000, leaning stated to and that the chairman Rugs (In all sizes.lM. '. I
eloped with Flood's wife, the woman cotton centers show beyond all a surplus of $165.085. Nearly all "' i,
admonish him as to the importance of << k'rI
and her little son being here with doubt that exporters are heavily shortof the old officers and directors w_ I
him at spot ootton to fill their contracts re-elected. continuous vigilance ''
the time. Frierson was carrled i J
to South Carolina, the woman and They will be utterly unable to with char.
and Chairman Punish
Will .
Ask Mlisourl's Aid.
out these
boy going! also. Later the hu band carry contracts at present acteristic dignity and grace deliveredthe .. '
and wife appear to have become reconciled prlcea If the holders will stand pat Kansas City Feb. 20.-The '''Mlasonrt admonition. Thus ended an episode ,
: and Frierson seems to have also and Defuse to sell. The crisis in the legislature may be asked to take in the u.uniclpalhistory,of West Palm i '" "

re-established himself In Flood's good situation b rapidly cryutallzlng, and up Kansas' fight against the StandardOil Beach t"
graces.. All of the but one of two things must happen in company. Representative :Leslie Bills were audited and ordered paid
parties returned 6
the near J., Lyons of Kansas has it to and the Council adjourned until its next --- -
here about. six weeks ago and Frierson future. Either the farmersand Olty, regular meeting. *
other add, agreed to introduce into the houseat -
was boarding with the Floods. It Is holders of cotton must relieve .. \ qw
said, however, that Flood warned Frier. the predicament the buyers are Jefferson City the maximum freightbill .
in by at rate, and the bill making oil pipelines Solicit Your
,eon yesterday to .stay away from his selling present prices, be i
home and that -supposed to havecaused forced to go actively Into the spot common carriers. la '

the killing. market and bid prices up to a point Consolidated; Gas company, or* I_";. GO TO

After beating Flod with the ax, his where the spot 'holders are willing to York, has resigned, according to The Poirtcicma' : Fi;

' layer Is said to have remained around sell. The fight Is now whipped and Times. It is understood the resignation -

the home until 4 o'olocjc this morning all the farm6rs have to do Is to con was presented to the directors POTTER'SFLAT

when he boarded In train for Savan tine" to hold their cotton and force early in the year after 'the president I '
,, the buyers to pay what the cotton is had left for California, where he> went

nah.Mrs.. Flood reported the affair to th worth. The exporters are heavily for the benefit of his health. Q3roccr Class. ,

officers' and a coroner's Jury was em\ short for air the future months; therefore Lieutenant Von Trotha, commander IRON BUILDING H +

paneled;) to Investigate the affair. The when sales are made; sell only a in-chief of the force in German South a'I

Jury returned a verdict charging Fri. small portion of your bondings and west Africa, reports a. sharp encounter OPPOSITE CITY PARK GroceriesPrompt !

arson with, tho killing and Mrs. Flood keep the buyers strained up to fill between Lieutenant Kymaels' detach.
their contracts. The price of cottoncan BICYCLEAND
sis accessory. ment of troops and several Heroro ,
be advanced. 2 cents per pound bands 20 miles north of Dabls. The delivery Palm Beach o<- West Palm Beach Prices the t
within the next 60 days if cotton. is Germans surprised the natives. who i
firmly as at present. Let there fled eastward leaving two killed.
be no wavering; anywhere in the SPORTING GOODS .r
They Go Duck Hunting and Their Boat ranks. William Kelly was killed at the '
Wharton iron mine shaft Hibernia,
Struck a Snag. STOREWest
i ,I Reduction of Acreage.
Savannah Ca., Feb. .-While out "From many sections inquiries are N. J., Wednesday. He fell from the

bunting In a bateau on the Savannah I coming in asking It a farmer who car cable, several hundred feet to (Che; Palm Beach -
bottom. Kelly had started to descend Florida --- ------
river, near Scotia, 8. C., William B. planted only ten: acres of cotton to l ly'
'Maria and Benjamin R. Bostick were the plow in 1004 should reduce his the shaft while clinging to the cable, H"
and was warned not to do so )by several IP"n
4ro y ned. The two young men left acreage 2-5 per cent also. The generalcut '
other miners. He lost his told.
heir homes early Saturday morning for of at least 25 per cent should be 'R the 'a !' t

... day's hunting and were accompanied made on every farm, no matter what Only three barrels of kerosene re High Grade Bicycles 1 ,

by two'negroes. acreage. Extensive cotton fields main in Nantucket Island, which is I Bicycle Sundries ,

_ It Is not known exactly at what should be cut 33 per cent. It Is better blockaded by ice and many homes are I ;6 y
I Good
);.,: time the accident occurred, but the to' work eight acres la cotton at in darkness. Butter Is being sold Sporting '

', .*,:. boat struck a snag and preciplated the I ,a. profit than cultivate 10( acres at in half pound lots. Some of-the dealers Fishing Trckel ,

' four Into the river. a loss. The man who does not re- are without sugar, meat and beans, Ammunition

Martin and Doetlck disappeared at I'duce his acreage will be making a but there Is enough necessaries to hyt
once and did not return to the surface I profit on the cotton he raises at the withstand an ice siege of several weeks 'New Bra and Carrara Paints /

but the two,.negroea swam to a : expense of his neighbors who do re-. longer.
tree, which was growing in the river, duce. Let every man put his should- Perished--for Child's----Sake. I A gent
't and attracted the attention of several der to the wheel. Let the reductionbe
Orient Duck Boards and Motor
Cheboygan 'JHch., Feb. 16.-Albert !!
men, working In the woods and were prorated according to the acreage Fluery walked on the ice from Bola I. Mnclitnen

rescued. planted in 1904, ori a basis of at least Blanc Island'to this city Saturday -
, Both of the young men were about 25 per cent less, and no man will Agent
night to get medicine for bin sick
i.: 85 of and lIved near Scotia. have to his
years age cause regret action next
child. The mercury was 16 below Eagle; Marine nod! Stationary
.. the most
They were among prom. fall
zero, and a wild snowstorm was rag- Engfrles
, meat men of that section. "Reduce the use of guano at least 25 -
Ing, but he bravely pet out on ,the ,
per cent and in no instance increaseIts Agent .
return trip about midnight with a lan-
" SHOOTS DAUGHTER'S, WOOER. use under cotton. We must de- tern and compass to guide him. That Armour's, American, Mnpes, Wil-

crease production this :year, and thisis was the last seen of him and there Is I' Ion & Toomer'g and Painter's
Kentucky Farmer Then Kills Himself the only way to do It, Plant more little doubt that he perished and his Fertilizers t
I In Family's Presence. food supply
body was covered by drifting snow. r1l
Mayfield, Ky., Feb. 20.! -T. II. Cos "The movement to retire the surplus His wife came to this 'city to look B. M. POTTER IV161'/r

by, a prominent farmer, shot Bynum of 2,000,000 bales from the market for him, 'and a large searching party 1 Tri-Weekly Sailings Between

Green Thursday night, after which he :'until) next fall will'soon be started, was organized, both here and on the ..

shot' himself and died almost instant- and will be successful. With the surplus Island to search for his body. He JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK *

ir. out ,of the way, and the reduction, was 31 years of age.
I On f 11nuto CCDgf'l Cure Calling at Charleston, S.C., both way,
Green, who Is a widower 48 years of acreage and use of guano an accomplished ,
old, was In love with a daughter of fact, the balance of the I I FOP Coughs* Colds and Croup. THE FINEST. 'STEAMSHIPS IN Tnt: COASTWISE SERVICE
h'' Cosby. Cosby objected to his attentions crop left In the hands of the holders
to her and told his daughter he will be needed for immediate consumption ,:)

must not come to see her apy more. and can be sold easily at much To Consumers Direct Service :Betweet. I'',
Bynum had an engagement to call higher prices than those at present Only : JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE 1 :W..

Thursday evening to: hear her response prevailing."The "Hemem'ber you will getyour monev back If not Pleased." AND ALL-EASTERN POINTS. a i
Culling at Cbarle lon both ..
w y 'Ii,
i. tp his request to marry her. When state conventions on the 21at % '

Green arrived Cosby went to the room should also pass resolutions calling There is a Sucker( Born Every Minute Southbound HKMI.WKEKLV. 9AILINUS/From, Lewis' Wharf, Boston It" ;i.t. (\

Vi i.. where Green and" hla daughter were upon landlords to divide up their rent Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville i
sitting and said: "You have ruined potes, taking part rent In cotton.and and they have all settled In.Vue Palm Beach?:'judging by the ease the grafters I IPT'

the happiness of my home," at the part in corn, peas, etc. Also call are pulling the wool uver.their eyes. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER
t. same time shooting Green in the face, .upon the warehousemen, merchantsand Pay ua your cash for Groceries, and save twenty-five cents on every dollar. LINE
iii If you can convince us that you are not a dealer, we will sell you in large Between Jacksonville and 3anford. "
after which, In a scuffle with hla family bankers to aid In bringing about quantities at a' very imnlf margin.Upton's ,
reduction In the Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Boreslord (DeLand and
who tried to take the postol .ayay a acreage. )
Teas, 50 to hoc a lb. Dried Beef 8c; two:for T j
,; from him, he shot himself behind the "Continue to perfect county and sub- Mocha and Java Coffee, 950 a lb. Austin Nichols'.very best Corn, the regular ': Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River j\

r right rar. civil division organizations and by active No. 14 Coffee, I5C a Ih. JOG corn, for 15C. "Cityl of Jacksonville" '; ,
cooperation and unity of action Poinctana Blend Coffee Hoc A lb. Irish Potatoes, '350 a peck ; *1.2S a bu. Steamers ,

''i Atlanta Man Commits Suicide.. long business )lines the Southern Cotton Fresh Jottolcne, 25, 45, I. to falls. Celluloid! Starch, 40. nFrel'k DeBary" : : '

Atlanta, Feb. Information was association: will soon be able to 15 Ibs Sugar, $1.05.Ilb Eddy's Starch, 4c. Arc appointed to sail aa follows:-Leave Jacksonville, deity| except Saturdays at 8:80 p. m o t
cans Roast Beef, ire. Soap. 40. leave.Sanford daily ... '
Returning except Similars al 9:110 m.
received in Atlanta last night of the emancipate the south from foreign l-lb cans Corned Beef, Itc. Edd y's Pearl Tapioca, 3 packages, 25C.
death by suicide ot: R. P. Chambers, domination and bring back to our people Coco I] to 250:. Lard. gee Ib. In tubs. of 60 Ibs, 8c de Southbound Sehedula Northbound ri a
well known who formerly genuine prosperity through the Chocolate, zoo }4 Ib.: livered. > Read down.I.HT Mead op. :
young man .. ... .. ......... .. .... ... .. .. .
of the Peaches, 10 to W a can. Royal Baking; Powder, 4:)':. S 30 pm JACKSONVILLE.PALATKA. .,, .......:Arrive} oo ant
resided in Atlanta; but who went to protection great money crop Very beat 400 block Butter, are ; 7p: Armour's Star IIams, 16 to Set B45pm.... .. ...... .......... ...... .................., .. .....Leave oo pnv >
Jacksonville, Fla., about on* month of the world. Harris Jordan. blo.lcs3' Klngntin's: Hams, not much good, lac. 3 eoam .......ASTOR ........ .. ... ....... .. a jo pnt :?
ago. The news of the suicide came to "Pres. Southern Cotton Assn." .. 4joam... : FRANCIS........ .... ... ............ ioapmH tir
+, the parents ot the young man Mr. Pay us Cash for Groceries and climb out of the hole -. ......BKF.E3FORD (DmLAND)...... ......... ... I oopm } ,
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and Mrs. J. V. Chambers, who :r **d. Fire at Tyler, Tex. AnivS3oam. SANPOBB ... ..... ...... gleam t
at.83 llendrlcks avenue. Further than Dallas Tex., Feb. 20.-A special. THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO. 10 00 .. ,......ENTERPRISE.. ..... .................... \
h,: the fact that he had taken: his own from Tyler: Tex., says that a disastrous ,. By H. J. BUBKHAKDT Genera! Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St, Jacksonville ja,
fire raged there at an early hour '
life no information was Across The Lake. '
morning. Seven business r.M. IRON MONU1:1t.!: Jr., AM'lUen'iraiuAgt! mwent>> Bay 8tJ cli' .on.iMB, ri. i '
endeavor was made last evening to a. Sunday W. b. COOPER,Jr. Fre/gh4 Act., 17. riOV Iou.: 8np*... ,.
but houses wer consumed, entailing a loss Foot of Hogan Street Ja"ueovllle Florida .,.1' 1\1\
oertaln the cause"for the act none A. C. IIAHKUTV Oen'l :BaaCn faw. Art., New Yolk. CLYDE MILNB. O,,,,1 Pr'l Art N. X J', j\J(
oould be ascribed and detajla of the affair estimated at (180} o().. Tie Incuraaoetotals FOB THE VHKO: U. rioKR, WM. F..CLKUW *. !>., ';., 7Jj;. .
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J j: ,ABOUT GROWING ficient to thoroughly create the soil and Mr. Wm. S. Crane, of California I$ .'V":"rraisr rjc&fca

t \ conserve the moisture. \ Md., suffered for years from rheumatism

In plowing for the first time, if the to. and, lumbago. He was finally ad- '

1''" i..j i., TOMATOES mato vtnes have been pruned, it wouldbe vised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, W. I. METCALF, I GUY I. METCALF

well to draw up to the plant some of which he did and It effected a completecure. Attorney and Counseller-ai-Lnw. Notary Public and Conveyancer.

..j J ,f I Professor Rolfs Gives Scientific the soil. This will enable the new suckers all druggists. This liniment and medicine is for dealers.sale by 1 ;

Information. Kinds of that are starting to produce a new ,
set of roots and thus help the parent
', Fertilizer, etc. stock to the later. We have a practically unlimited supply
k : support crop -
of funds 1 direc'tlonl STAKINGIt Mortgage Company, West Palm BeaCh,
,y" i The following are written on is too well known to need reiteration Fla, n2U ;

'; 'the supposition that the tomato Tines here that Making tomatoes has produced :
Regular; meals at the Clematis aScents
II" 1 f:+ :needing treatment have lost alUor nearly the maximum crop of the /finest
ar Extra turkey dinner every Sun .
i all, of their foliage by the recent cold f ruit. Staking tomatoes also brings tbe
i day 50 cents. Open from 6:30: a. m. Abstracting Titles a Specilaty.
fruit in earlier fry eight or ten days.
''weather. Vine that have retained moat ntil 10:30: p. m. tf f
n r o Since every tomato-grower who issufficiently -
i -of the foliage and some fruit should, of \
careful with his work to stake his
I r course, be treateu somewhat different. R. "B. Porter the well known Olive
{. plants, ia also careful enough! to remove
street bicycle man, has a new line of I
PRUNING. surplus suckers. '
l Dayton and Rambler bicycles for sale ,
I '
.. t In addition to producing the finest crop
1, By this time all the vines that are alive or rent.
,\ will have sent up from one to a dozen on staked tomatoes this permits a much I'ufnished Cottages '

'f suckers. To permit all of these to grow more thorough; application of spraying ,
Hartford tires 3
each, new rim and
.J'I \ will, necessarily exhaust the plant andeventually I materials, whether dry Bordeaux: or the spokes |1. At Gruber's. Iw i

produce only a small quantity Borden mixture be used.
Staking also keeps the fruit from Do Not Suppearss Cough.
of i' ferior grades of fruit. It is up
g!: 7 i, therefore absolutely necessary to do some the ground and does away with the very When you have a cough do not try :
aeriona and often extensive losses incurred to suppress it, but remove the cause. '
'kind of pruning as soon as possible. Asa Tbe cough is only a symptom of some \ Special Tourist Forms for protection of personal
matter of fact it should be done immediately by the small green worm, which
disease,, and the disease is what you FIRE INSURANCE f' effects, wearing apparel'' and (Jewelry
I if it has not already been tccotnplished. attacks the crop more or less severely should cure, then the cough will stopof
: every year. The worm referred to is the Itself. Tbe most common cause of 'fI', of travelers-Good in transit by fail or water ;.
This pruning-out process gets rid of one that eats Into the tomato and hides coughing is a cold. Anodynes will and anywhere in America, Europe, Mexico or Canada. 1CI

the half dead vines and gives the suck- on the ground through the day time promptly suppress the coughand prep- '" .
arations containing chloroform opium f J .
Ty, ers better opportunity to grow. In selecting SPRAYING. etc. are used for that purpose but
the suckers that are to remain they do not cure the cold. Chamber-
As soon as the tomato fruits are beginning <<
'1. 'preference should be given to those that l lain's Cough Remedy on the other ,..
to appear and have made a considerable hand does "suppress tbe but .

1 '''be occur accomplished nearest! the easily root.by This cutting work can the leaf growth, the most careful attention relieves it&by removing from cough, the ..- NOTARY PUBLIC. WILL GALL AT ANY TIME ON APPOINTMENT."

should be given to the matter of throat and lungs the mucus which obstructed
old vine above the first, second or third the breathing, and allayingthe
inspecting i for spotting or rust. If the
'aucker. If the plant is a weakly one, irritation and tickling Iu the
atmospheric conditions should be favor-
'lnlyone sucker should remain and only throat. It also opens the secretionsand
I \ able to the spread of this disease it will\ effectually and
three should he left on the most vigorous permanently cures '
be especially severe about the time the' the cold as well as the cough. For sale !

plants. young fruit has reached the m'.slze. by all druggists and medicine dealers. OFFICE NEXT TO BANK WEST PALM BEACH
Getting rid of the old, half dead leaves I
I The greatest care should have been exercised
J greatly reduces the danger: from leaf- tu anticipate this trouble and the The Realty Mortgage Company of

.I destroying fungi, especially the species spraying mixtures used early, it there is West Palm Beach Fla., has aa abund- %&&*V&BltVyj ';,rF JCL
that in known as rust. ance of funds to loan farmers. n9tf
,' any indication of rust. I _
The number of suckers that the plant P. H. ROLFS

C -will produce, if left to itself, will tax the Pathologist in charge of Sub-Tropical

root and other suckers to their extremity Laboratory, U. S. Dept of Agriculture,
"I so that only spindly and weak stems Bureau of Plant Industry, Veg Path. D. W: FENT0N & eO.r PHARMACY

., will be produced. If, however, the number and Phys. Investigation :

is reduced to three or less, those re2I1air.ing .Has settled down to business for 1905. "
'" :] v'', <'.:*. ,,,, Undertakers and t?
will be strong, vigorous ones, : : : v. :

and will, in a very short time, begin to No Pity Shown. :- ..... Entering the new year we ,

4Iet bloom. "For years fate was after me con- .. .. Embalmers !
"' 1-ERTILIZING.r tlnously" writes F. A. Gulledge Verbena Mean
Ala. "I had a terrible case of 1 to do our best
The reasons for applying fertilizers piles causing 24 tumors. When all Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA

,r ; 'mediately after the plant begins to grow: failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured \Jn all occasions, to keep on"hand

:are various. The most: important fact, me. Equally good for burns and all

al I however, is that moat of the tomatoes aches stores.and pains. Only 25o at all drug Due supply of Perfumes, Soaps :

':s many bad attained of them considerable bad produced size nearly; in fact all\ Coughs and Colds. Finest: Printing I THE TROPICAL SUN Eeu de Cologne and other articles "

1, the leaf area and produced nearly all the I o Job Department *
r.I 4 leaves they were going to before fruiting All coughs, colds and pulmonary Likely
_ + complaints that are curable are quickly to please our customers
thus using up the leaf-making element cured by One Minute Cough Cure.
of tbe fertilizer, leaving in the soil Clears tbe phlegm, draws out inflammation Peep 'I
the fertilizer that was going to be used and heals and soothes the affected -"'!" ---- ...- in on our new and

for producing fruit.ry parts, strengthens the lungs I .
+ For the another wards) off pneumonia. Harmless and Handsome display of BATH-ROOM
plant to produce set
pleasant to take. Sold by A. Q. Rle- t

,s.: 0, in of leaves many it cases will to be supply absolutely fertilizer necessary for gaL f-attrris{ & Epps Accessories & see what'adds

this purpose. Everything In the printing line at

1 As soon as it is determined that the The Tropical Sun, and all work executed HIGH-GRADE Real comfort to lavatories

/ .i s tomato field is tQ be continued, a hundred in the very neatest and latest

or one hundred and fifty pounds of style of the art. nixing Drugs is Scientifically done .
Men's & Shoes I ;
nitrate of soda per acre should be ap Furnishings At t
fir tr .s plied. This will stimulate the plants into ANNOUNCEMENT. our Store where delicious Ice .I
I -a rich growth and develop: a large leaf At a special meeting of the stockbold. CREAM Famous
V'itF' area. ers of the, Planters' Packing and Preserving ,

,.:.. As soon as a large leaf area has been Company formerly the Fruit Sole Agents for this City for the following You
and Vegetable Growers Association of may have served to you
r k1 ... produced and bloom buds are beginning Delray, Florida-called for tbe purpose Strong Lines of Merchandise t
1, ,- to show a fertilizer high- iu potash and of amending its charter, notice of which
phosphoric acid should be upplled. This was published In The Tropical Sun, a

t will harden the plants and newspaper published semi-weekly at .
r up produce a West Palm Beach Fla., for four consecutive Shoes for MenThe
solid Crait.'r weeks preceding said meeting..at
;'r PLOWING. which more than thr e.fourahl of all '

As a rule the farmer and vegetable stock issued was represented, said stockholders banister" Shoe $:5.00: and 96.00
vote to amend the charter
A 2t I(' + grower frequently assumes that when he of said corporation as follows: The "Croaeett"! Shoe::! $3, '4 and $5 West Palm
t has killed all the weeds in the field his "Section II. After the period following sac.
.1" duty in tbe way of plowing is done. N 4 the word "advisable," iu, the fifth line, The Uamiltou Brown" Shoe, 12-to 94L
the corporation may establish, maintain
greater mistake could be made. The 1
and operate' factories for the of
purpose '
killing of weed is merely an Incidentwhlct canning, preserving. and pickling all Shoes for Women Town Lots.
lr brought about the necessity cut kinds of fruits and vegetables, and may .
i1 buy and sell produce of all kinds, and 1 r
tivating. The most important factor: ,
i however, in cultivation\ la the areatlon sell of its and factories.dispose"of the finished product The "LaFrance" Shoe, 3.00 :

of the soil. In greenhouses and conservatories It was also voted by stockholders The Petcra t Shoe, $2.50 and $3.50Claet't ChoIce i R Resfleu.ce

,ri the areation of the soil is accomplished : I to. change: Section VI. of their charter to Lun

''Ii"" s by setting the plants In pots and read "The highest amount of indebtedness
.. or liability to which
the'corpora- ,_
tuba. In the field it ia Accomplished by tion at time 1 ....
!! any one ahall'lubect'ltself!
C cultivation. shall not exceed twice the amount of the Haines j4mts from $200 up t
. t,) Another important factor to be coasid- stock issued by the corporation: ,

41 erect ulider-plowIDg' lathe conservation Therefore:, on. Monday the_ 5tU day one-third cash, balance by'somi-annual Iinstallments
March, 1905, thlscorporation will apply Shifts
,' %{ of moisture in the soil. By careful oietb- to His, Excellency, N. B..Browatd, Governor (hi'reas'onable time)' accord- !
1 t ode cultivation-and fertilization there of the Slataof Florida, for letters (,
ing to
: price- lot.,
I, I w is very little of our land that becomes patent authorizing the change herein '
before forth.Ft4NTEas' .
), r too dry foe growing'a erop of tomatoes. PACKING AND PRESERVING .- ,Our Shoes are at Home For plate and full information apply to- fi
; We, however, too frequently neglect, -
r i -especially, the cultivation. COMPANY.W.. If. BLACKMBR. In Every Household WALLACE R. MOSES "

I, } In cultivating it ia not neceasaty to Secretary and General Manager I ,
: Agent Florida East "'
J r C >t Railway Land

s :,. 1 tear ran up the the plow roots deeply of the Into tomato the toil plants.and Flue line of latest style visitingearda Palms Block .... West. Palm Beach, Fla.- West Pain Beach Florida.Department T'" !

and latest In letters, at The '
r\," ,, Shallow surface cultivation la easily suf Tropical Sun. Call and
see samples. %
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