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: March 25, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00024
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CONDEMN'tANDSDRAINAGE" : Is.' 'the\ First. National Bank of Democratic Committee L ; BE INCORPORATEDWithin'

Miami Shown by'Report will Present Amendmentsto .
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--L-w_ Within';'the next few weeks Messrs, securities and money or the income derived .

: k I .COMMITTEE'S: REPORT Among the many business Institutions The meeting of the State Democratic WiloW' Whilldin.'C. C. Chtllingworth therefrom for the perpetual care,

in Dade county, to which The' Tropical Executive Committee, held in Jacksonville WnUecu'R.' George W. Potter preservation and. embellishment of the
: Sun points with pride is the First National Thursday'was'not very well attended Moses said cemetery lots, and under such terms ,

..- "* Bank of Miami the success of judging by the report given by the and ]ohn"C. Stowers incorporators, and conditions an the by-laws may pre j

j Board.-of: Trade Discusses Dr. Munyon's Proposition for a Right which has been almost phenomenal from, Florida Sun which says that the committee will apply to the Governor of Florida for scribe; and to buy sell and encumber

"I the start; transacted business with only letters patent for' the incorporation of ouch real and personal property as maybe

\of Way. Strong Committee Appointed i to.Urge a In this issue appears a report of the thirteen members present when fifteen ,"Woodlawn Cemetery." necessary or beneficial for. the said +

,..; W condition of the bank, es made 'to the constituted a quorum. Official notice of the incorporators appears corporation.,

Lower Rate of .Fire Insurance.. Comptroller of the Currency on March The object of the .meeting was to discuss elsewhere' in'this issue of-the Trop-' The capital stock 'of the associationshall i
14, and those who read the excellent certain desired amendments to the ical Sun.* be $10,000, which is divided into '

., Knowing made by the'institution will primary law, which cut so many unexpected The general'nature of the .busi ico shares of $ico each, and the'applica-

Startling as the announcement maybe canal-digging, he stated that they would have no hesitancy in feeling that financial capers and broke so many polit- ness to be transacted' by the incorporation cation for.a charter provides that all ot ,
matters entrusted to the care of the cal hearts last and the following hall be purchase and hold the shall '
endeavor to secure all rights of way but year capital stock be paid in'upon
the West Palm Beach Board of Trade
'held a meeting Wednesday evening and In the event of ahy obstacle coming be. First National will be safe and In good amendments were favored by the com- real estate in the county of Dade and the orga-niisatlc> of the corporat on. N''
State of Florida for
for two hours business men discussed Fore them in such matter, it should de- tanda. mittee. a public cemetery Until the first annual meeting of the
and volve upon this committee to remove There are two causes which have led That the expense of the primary be and burying ground; to ornament, Improve board of directors Wilmo!)' Whilldin {
affairs unselfishly earnestly
in public a manner hat bodes happiness and such obstacle and procure right of way. up to the success of the First National borne by the State, as in general elec and adorn the same; to lay off the will act as president; C. C. Chillingworth ,'

Numerous communications have passed namely: the business Is here to be bandied .. groitnds into suitable lots, plots and vice-preeldent, Wallace R. Jlonja\ secre*
for the
prosperity city. well attended between Mr. Currie-Mr. Munyon'sagentand and the bank Is officered by careful tion.To submit decision .of contests to the parcels,with intervening' avenues, roads tary and treasurer and all of tha: incorporators

The meeting.which was the land company and also conservative honest and courteous Circuit Judge. .and pathways and to sell, let or appropriate as directors.It .
President E. T.
Moore was, presided and Secretary over by II. P. Brannliig this committee some of which are here business men, who have woo"and retained Any person found guilty of offering or the same for the burial of the dead; is unnecessary for The Tropical Sun

in evidence. Several propositions were the confidence of the people of giving a valuable consideration for votes From time to time to enlarge and increase to go into descriptive details in regard I
at his desk.
+I4' was After }he usual preliminaries the President made by Mr. Munyon to the land companies I the county. subject to fine of not less than $250 anda I the area of said grounds as the necessities to "Woodlawn," for since the grounds
It would be well for those interestedin of the public or interests of the cor laid and '
called for reports from the standing containing difftrenreqllire.; jail sentence. were out improved, less than a
committees, but with the exception meats all of which were refected by the financial matters read carefully the Providing that candidates! be requiredto poration may require; to layout and improve year ago hundreds and Uiou ancls.of
statement which \on the fifth publish.statement of of such roads and other ways within citizens and
companies. appears expenses campaign have visited and L l
of the Educational Committee there were 1
1 "After Mr. Munyon came toWest Palm page of today's issue. ; said cemetery grounds as may beat pro admired the new Cemetery, than' which., _

no retorts.Chaiimau. Miller of this committee Beach, this winter this committee bad That it' shall be unlawful for any mole the objects of the corporation to there 1.4 no more attractive in'Florida or '

stated. that the Public School was -progressing conferred with him in company with I Mr. Sanders Retires. r church or charitable organiZations to construct and erect receiving; vaults, elsewhere in this couulay.
satisfactorily and that the pres. your President. Ills latest offer was n After several years servjce in"the em- I solicit contributions from any avowed chapels be and such for the buildings and convenience as may- It will be a source of gratification to s'l
tno-foot right of way for $3,000 an ent term seemed to be one of the must ploy of Mr. M. E. Gruber during; most and
of said to receive
successful in the history of the institu bond of $gooo to indemnify against; d'usage of which time he has filled importantand I That the State Committee be authorized cemetery; accept charter will be secured which will per-

tion. Seats had not yet beeu providedfor to his artesian water wells. At the responsible -positions, Mr. J. W. to name one of the inspectors at I In trust and property from, stocks bonds petuate the enterprise and guaranteethat ;V

the auditorium of the school building conference abov referred to he made an Sanders Is about to sever his connectionwith each polling place. securities interested money in, persons own lots the grounds will not only be keptup --N

as the School Board had not been offer of same right of way for $,500 and that 'popular furniture establish. That the charter of any organization ing or being and cemetery of the to their present standard, perm ,
or the care preservation same time to time as conditions will
a bond of $1.ooo-tbls offer to the Boardof be annulled upon proof that such corpo'
able make to this will first
to an From here Mr. Sanders
appropriation ment.
and use the said property, stocks bonds, or justify made even more attractive.art .
end. However plans were on loot to Trode.. go to Fitzgerald* Ga., and there await ration contributed In any way to the s

provide chairs for the room, and it was "The land companies have steadily refused the maturing of plans which he has in funds of any candidate. -

f'' ', hoped bythe committee that this would to buy any rights of way and say view. While a resident of West Palm That no Tax Collector sball receive DIVINE WORSHIP TOMORROWRegular school and all other part of the Uni-

ibe done at no distant date. that they will not establish a precedentby Beach he has made many warm personal poll tax: from any man except for his versity will be open to the inspectionand u+

Mr. W. I. Metcalf,.as chairman of, the purchasing this one. friends who will regret 'his decision togo own poll tax. services at the Baptist use of Florida teachers.

special committee appointed in Januaryto "Mr. Munyon tries to make it appear ( elsewhere. One thing certain his To redistrict counties so that each district church as follows: Sunday-school at

draft an invitation to the President of that his offer has been a wonderful concession integrity end uprightness will win friendsfor shall have no more than zoo voters. 10 a. m., -reaching every Sunday at The Willing WorKers.

the United- States to visit this vicinity to the citizens of West Palm him wherever: he may decide to lo- ,' Amendments proposed to the primary 11 a. m. and 7 p. children's meet- '
Beach but after due consideration this election law that were rejected by the This society met at the usual time
during the motorboat race in February, ; cate. The Tropical Sun wishes for Mr. I' Ing every Sunday at 3 p. m., B. Y. P.
committee Is of the opinion that he Is State Democratic Executive Committee Friday afterncon. -
the discharged .
that committee had
reported Sanders end his little family prosperityand U. every Sunday at 6:30: p. m. Prayer '
The officers elected for
its duty and that the public was asking exborbitant: price saying noth happiness wherever they may cast To eliminate offices filled by appoint- meeting very Wednesday evening at following were
familiar with all of the incidents relative ing of the benefits which he will! derive their lot. ment from operation of the law. extended the ensuing term :

7 T>, m. A cordial welcome Is
thereto1, as the, correspondence and all from the drainage. We believe that our I To charge $10 in addition to the poll to every one to all of the services. President, Charles M. Gruber. ,

other flata in connection with the matter next step should be to have the County Notice, City Taxpayers I tax due for reinstatement of a voter from Vice-president, Olin Liddy.

had been published in current numbers Commissioners condemn this right of the registration list. Regular services at the Congregational Secretary, Edward Burkholder.
Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers : ,,
An debate followed the
of The Tropical Sun, He supplemented way to us, and before we proceed to do church tomorrow morning and 'evenlng ,
of West Palm Beach that the tax
his report with a motion that the report, this respectfully ask the approval an4 Look'up Branning's ad. at the usual hours conducted by the subject being "Resolved that a person''}
books for the will close next
year 1904 on Pub. can learn as much by reading as he can
as published in the Tropical Sun, be Wed support of this Board of Trade. pastor Rev, F. W. Weather was:
"Much criticism has been passing Friday night, March 31. All person who Bicycles!! for rent at 30 cents per hour- lie Invited. by travel." The affirmative was taken
ot the minutes the
as a part delinquent are requested to call on hour after the first hour.R. .
10 cents per by Susiebelle Darling and Olin Liddy,
The motion prevailed, the report was und-of this committee, of tne land the Council chamber and settle Usual services will be held at the
meat B. Porter's Bicycle Store Olive street.tf and the negative by Eva Miller and
and the committee dischargedwith companies and every one in general who and
accepted Methodist church tomorrow morning
the tame, thus avoiding extra cost.
Orley Brady. The affirmatives aftera
has had aught to do with this businessto -
thanks. at and : o'clock conduct
evening It
which wish to that those who bread that Is brave effort and it was unanimously
we When want pnreandwholesome
say you
,Dr. Hice. ttl
ed the Rev. Henry
PALM BEACH SCHOOL LOT at City Tax Collector. by pastor.
voted that this best debate had
voice harsh criticisms are. either biasedor do not forget that the placeto Invited. was the
The public cordially
Chairman Metcalf of the special committee do not understand the conditions. find )It is at the Majewskl Baker-. this year.
to whom was entrusted the task "Respectfully submitted Rev. C. A. Fnlwood is .so, far on the Services at Holy Trinity Sundays Readings by Ruth Otwell and Teresa )

.of straightening out the legal tangle In "1. B. McGlNLEY Chairman. road to recovery as to be able to take Fine line of latest style visiting Celebration 7 a. m., morning prayer McKenna were enjoyed by all.

the matter of the Palm Beach school lot, "West Palm Beach Fla., March aa." I short walks and spend much of the timeon cards and latest In letters at The and sermon 11 a- m.; evening prayer The "Workers" will meet again next a

reported that the defendants in the case 11 i Lengthy discussions followed the readIng i the verandah. Ills numerous friends Tropical Sun. Call and Bee sample! and sermon 7:15: p. m.; Sunday-school Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

had filed a demurrer to the bill of complaint of the report, and Chairman McGin- bepe be will soon be entirely restored to I l 9:30: a. m. Fridays: Litany, 9 a. m.;

and that the argument was to Icy explained that as the matter was one health..-Miami Record. For Sale. Celebration Holy Days 9 a. ,m. Card to the Public. .

have taken place! this week at Miami but of vital importance to the city felt The 1,
Boynton Packing Company seeks
For Sale To Rent Boardlug.Furnlsh- A fifteen old good
without mare years ; ; seven.
court adjourned taking
up any that it was incumbent the Board of I Normal School for Teachers. this medium of
upon advising growers shippers
of the civil docket. It was expected, ed Rooms and Rooms"To Let cards at ty-five dollars cash. H. S, Pennock,
Trade as an organization to instruct the and receivers of Florida East Coast
has four
B. Stetson
however that the case would be taken The Tropical Sun office West Jupiter, Fla. mrr8-tf John
'b few' committee. The committee was ready colleges\ and five technical achoola.one of products that the said company la not
up within the next days before
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to proceed proceedings these Is the Normal School for Teachers. associated with the Consolidated Frnit

Jndge Jones in Tituavllle.DRAINAGE and would not hesitate to resort to CANAL COMPANY WANT The spring term opens Wednesday, Company as a market medium. A

M'' COMMITTEE REPORTS such extremes, but wonld very much March 29. It .runs for nine full weeks. ; This notice is prompted by the publication r ;

... The Item of business upon which most prefer that such a measure be indorsedby It prepares teachers especially for the ef a prospectus by the Consolidated

interest ntered was the report of the the board. STILL MORE TIME June examinations. To all Florida Fruit Company stating that it It

Drainage t Committee which was submit Mr. G. G. Carrie as agent for Dr. teachers a special rate of $35 for board comprises our company among others "

4 ted. ; in writing as follows: Munyon stated that several months ago tnltion, laundry and light is made for engaged in the packing and distributing '
and Members of the he had offered free of all cost, absolute of Coast
''sitr "To the President an A dispatch from.Tallahassee says that : and the company will petition the comIng the spring term. The University has a East products, thereby making ?
Board of Trade Gentlemen right of through the Munyon: 'announcement on bar v.
West Palm Beach way faculty of forty-eight fifteen of these some necessary
P.W.:White of and Hon. legislature to grant them further }
: We, the members of the Drain property and that Dr. Munyon had Judge ; Quincey, time. will teach in the Normal School 'and part to correct any wrong impression
written him from his Charles M, Cooper, of Jacksonville as from abovementioned t '
j age Committee desire to make our'report Europe ratifying Owing to the question now before"the other departments are open to Normal that might arise reading

as follows: ( / action. Later, however Dr. Munyoo, attorney, and .George F. Bradley and courts involving the land granted by teachers. The faculty Includes President prospectus.R. i r
'the command of this seeing that his offer had not been accept. H. ROCSSBAC Secretary. ?''
"Pursuant to Samuel Mattox of Washington and former Legislatures to drainage and railroad Lincoln IIalley, of Harvard and
hoard and es per previous reports, the I ed, withdrew It. Mr. Currie further George\ : F. Miles, of St. Augustine Companies, and the yet unsettled Chicago ; Prof. Carson of Wesleyan.Coon. I Boynton, Fla., Match a*. 1905 -h

drainage matter has been brought before !' stated that be had again written Dr. representatives of the Florida East Coast contention as to, whether the Legisla. .; prof. Baerecke from Leyden at "
In the line
Everything printing
,f, the different land companies with the Munyon,-urging him to become a public Canal and Transportation Company, had ture or the trustees of the {internal improvement Holland ; Prof,, Baldwin of Yale ; Prof. The Tropical Sun, and all work executed
.result that plans have been made and benefactor and to forestall any condemnation a hearing before the Board of the Inter' fund ha the right to disposeof Frost of Chicago Prof. Bauder of Columbia in the very neatest and latent Y

r, surveys taken preliminary to the actual proceedings by giving free of nal Improvement Fund of Florida Mon. the overflow lands the Florida East f Prof.. Smith, of Chicago ; Prof. style of the art.

Fh work of dredging the outlet Into Lake charge, the right,of way.' day epos matter of considerable Im- Coast ands Drainage Company "to make Sears, of Dartmouth ; Director S. B.Vin- ba'e
of have been From the lengthy discussion it was When you buy bread, why :not. rp 'r
and all rights able
Worth way in addition to an
t portance-the extension of the limit of assurance doubly sure".asked a hearingof cent, of Chicago ;
.secured up to the Munyon property, brought out that only I a few years ago the time,in which to complete the East the matter upon which they will peti- corps of capable Florida teachers. who the beet The splendid reputationMajewskl'n ,1! 'II '

fI through which the proposed outlet-the Dr. Munyon had purchased the land Coast canal, by which it is proposed, to tion the Legislature. know the conditions the public schools ; bread la making' for Itself t '
Dimick & Lainhart ditch-runs.- through which a right of way was now Normal School Is due to the care taken in baking It S, ,
connect the waters of the St. Johns river j rough their attorney they explainedat of Florida. The Stetson ?
tr had Its first desired for something less than $1,200 this Is always the beet;' Ita quality c&I1'DOC,
"When, this committee ; with Biscayne Bay. length the work they have done and would like to help the teachers of I
.contereD with Mr. Ingrahanvln: which that the land had not increased in value The last Legislature granted an exten stated their position before the board. county, add Indeed, of the whole state. be excelled.e Try ,16.

die stated theiland companies' willing- one penny except- that it stood in theUontinuodi aloe of the time to June t, 190.$. The The board granted the hearing but tookno :The laboratories, museums, shops, athletic' :3.: B. 'MrOtnley. undertaker and em-

y'' neat and desire< to do the dredging, and << to rage 6. work cannot be completed by that date action la the matter. field' -gymnasium music school baalmer.' West Palm Beach. Flu.

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t: Negro "Voodoo" Doctor on Trial for THESIRKIN

Pioneer Paper ol Dad County Florid. Brutally Killing Whit Child. .

.J; = PAY BONDHOLDERS N.e1Vork., March, 23.-''Kin"* Bou 4 ---- :

1 t' Published Every Wedacadaj. and Saturday court a negro of African descent, had II I

14 f .T W'.T PALM ft"OM,DADS COUNTY,FLORIDA'" been placed on trial under the charge CO. I
I" made >months of \ V1
1 some ago killing: aYthtte
f ( ),;" Made With Foreign
tit Agreement
r a; ; \ child months oldcll.blea The
.,h' era Who Own Securities. Herald's Havana correspondent< DCSSItS TO MEN

; I The child's: body wa found at Gut

'' Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, era de Helena: horribly '''mutilated and
:. t" SHE MUST' RESPECT FOREIGNERSWhile with the heart removed. Charges
t, f .' CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager.B SHOES'Were
), /"'w'r were made: that Beaucourtposed as a OUTING
'I'' England and Germany Seem To "voodoo" doctor and that when' an oWnegreas I (-
;r ; 'I ,, terad ., the Ponioffice! ot Wnt run Reach :
<< ., t (, a* lecond-clam matter. Be Satisfied' France It of the Opinion consulted him for treatmentha I
I advised that, her only remedy was I,1
':: I that'Venezuela Will Hay( To Bs
to eat the heart of a white person. ,
1 it" The total amount of Bussian money; Taught a Ueeson in Diplomacy. Kidnaping of the child victim Is alleged Your Feet

{I: 4 ft a r : orders: : cashed in the United Stated inl' London, March 23.-'l"he Associated to have followed."" X dozen negroes HOW HARDWARE ;IS MAD '

j; ',1 l','' ,1: 1004 wo $214,449., pjes learned today at the office of accessories were arrested to the on crime.charges of being Ever Tickled P baa whole lot' to do with its' Value. If it Is made just to sell. it t( .f

f f (I I. / I. -- the counsel of the foreign bondholders Is not much use, The kind we handle in 'made
to the fear In
Owing great which
.t\Ill'\ /, Peary" bad better get a wiggle on that the agreement 1 between; tbe'Venuelan & the "voodoo: doctors are ,held, there They will be and in a most pleaaing FOR SERVICE.It '

('f\: ;, y' himself if he wants to reach the North I I government and the Brttlph and has been great difficulty thus far In .way t if you wear one of and satisfaction.
German bondholder adjusting: and is the kind that gives us your friendship you ( .
., \ : ;j, Pole ahead of Kuropatkin and Line- consolidating the exterior debt( about obtaining much testimony.interest The In Havana.case Is attracting OUR SHOES. Everything we sell will do what w required of It and dolt. fora! good I

!1"'I".t\. \ vltch. | (24,600.000, has alreday been placed long 'pbHefand it doesn't cost any more than the! other kind at that
the representatives of Venezuelan and
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\ : i ShouMMiami'sgrowthforthenext; the Great Britain: bondholders The .
i In Elk Soles Hardware Co.
agreement la now on its way'to. Lor
I): t;, IJ'1, a, ', ja four years prove as healthy as t he don for the signature of the representatives Daughter of General Evans, Will Rep. of ,
resent Soles Retailers
Reunion. Rubber Wholesale
Georgia'at or
paat 'four years the southern suburb! of the British bondholders.
': ':\ Savannah; Oa, Marine 23.-rQeneral. Palm Beach Florida
'i'. ,,'. tl t:... of West Palm Beach will be known' With reference to a dispatch from) Peter A. McOlashan, commanding the and Leather Soles West ,
/ Washington reporting that objection
1. Georgia. Division United Confederate
the of
"Magic City. ;
; ( was
\. raised to the agreement Secretary .
Veterans announced that he had
appointed .
,' I / f Cooper of the counsel' for the ''foreignboodoholders : -
.. ii, ''rr: fv The Jacksonville Sun is now throwing said he considers the Miss Lucy IBvans daughter of In any Color: and
I 'U II General Clement A. Evans, sponsor for
.!, j I ;' i its hot rays upon the Florida article 6 of the Washington protocol the state at the Louisville reunion of Material and I

IPi:; i Pempcratic Committee. The SUIIls 0.I'l of"During 1893 absolutely the negotiation Justified and we adds< found: veterans. AT OUR PRICESNot 1iU1U1lIAIi 1T'S Weet. Palm Death March 52, loon

Miss Leila Scarborough' of,Aimertoug.wa ----------
: : : "scorcher,"and when it gets; through; President Castro to be perfeeetly businesslike Palm Beach Prices.
given the appointment of maid. of

f,, .'.; ,. ..j{ ,r with the committee that body Is apt effect a settl and ment.animated" by. a desire to honor to Miss Evans, Both have ac A Two For One Shot *

!$ ( to be somewhat shriveled. cepted. :
3' .. Mr. Cooper pointed out. however, TtJ
,. General McOlashan y11.; a that the signing of the agreement was Colonel W. W. Hulb-ert of ,Atlanta TWO PACKAGES of Pancake or Buckwheat Flour for the
The Standard oil doesn'tappear only a step toward settlement since CO.
'qr1t octopus SIRKIN 16 CENTS
'. ; M. J Oofer of Atlanta, and price of one. ----
'.; i r, be scared over the document contains clauses relative! John R.: )
: r to very badly Sheldon of ''Savannah, an es (
to other subjects, the pro-visions whichIt
Jefferson Block
'" .. the investigation into its methods was desired' to keep secret, but cort of honor for 'the sponsor. We will not carry any .of it into the warm weather. because
West Palm Beach Florida
(";\" now being carried on by Commissioner which, he said must first be fulfilled Great Rush of Immigrant j it will not keep in summer. : ,
'. before a settlement with the' i
.j.t'' Garfield. It's getting used' to bondholders can become:. AngloHerman an New York, March' 23.-The spring We would rather. give It away jpow, while It is fresh and nice

J them. accomplished) fact.Situation'. rush of Immigration: has almost I -' -- -- than have it go hadtto throw away later. ,
i -w--- swamped' the government officials :at -

i i It is a fact worthy of more than In France. Sills Island. In the last three days Three Hundred Girls Strike. We are sure it will not last loop at this price. Better be

.6,000 Immigrants have reached this and get some of the advantage as we are already moving
Paris March 23.-In prompt
passing consideration that those real the course of .port. It Is feared that Bills Island Beaver Falls, W. Va., March 23.-

y estate men who have met with any AmibassauotPorter's weekly visit to will be taxed 'beyond Its capacity dur- Three hundred girls employed at Belie it lively.
Ii the foreign,: office today he conferred Bros.: overall factory at this (place' .
lag April and; May. 'The steerage
of this season are the with Foreign Minister
degree success Dolcaase, relative struck! recently because they war
A I all of the
on :principal steamshipknee
ones who have bought 'space in the' to the Franco-Venezuelan situationand asked, to work for Jess money. Las I Finest Groceries
already la booked weeks .
? It i, w.
was disclosed that the
;;nIght a crowd of 15 girls! ranging in
: .: columns TbeTropical Sun. A word ahead, and the companies are puttingon
minister consider that the emergencyof extra steamers to meet the great age from, 11 to 24 :years, assembled on V I3y-lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.11111ti11111t11PIt7It11111U11t11t111t .

to the wise, etc. the situation has been entirely relieved European exodus. Over 7,000 Russian the Tenth street bridge which connect

1aa as a result of the indefinite Hebrews have reached here since New Brighton with this place andwayla.1 a
postponement of the decision of the Caracas t: New
Some very interesting figures are the :Drst of the month, but the Imiml- < two Brighton girls whc
court Jn the case of the French 'have been
filling the strikers'
; posh I
gratlon tram Italy lead the list with .
rL+ : gleaned from the statement made up Cable company The future course .la 18000. The of tlons. The two girls put up a stlfl! ....

by Comptroller Croom from the 1904 expected: to be slow, owing to the necessity :flght but they were soon. overpowered
; for carrying the negotiations immigration Is also showing a remarkable and beaten. "r"'r"'r"r""t"r"r"" " "?" '
il assessment rolls. The total taxable Increase.: badly Their hats, coats ," " "
by mall.
1 and lunch: baskets were thrown late
valuations of the State amount to : The authorities here share the ibellei the river. The police arrived too late

h, $117,064,840, an increase over 1103: concerning the hopelessness of the NEWS TERSELY TOLD. E TIe F I ieel Pharmacy i .
w present regime In Venezuela,'' and are
\ of $5,731,105. Of the forty-five I Inclined to the view that sooner or The annual spring movement of Thirty-One Injured In Wreck. -

''Ik 1 counties in the State Dade comes later some united means may have to money to the south began today witha Lincoln Neb., March 23.-Burlington -E Clematis! Avs. and Narcissus St ==

be taken to ensure respect for foreign shipment by the subtreasury $150- Train No. 40,' coming: from Grand Island ...... -
$ seventh in point of valuations, showing A foaming glass of soda would ==
_ Interests In Venezuela, 000 to New Orleans. to Lincoln, was wrecked In West ==
I' == taste good tK>w, wouldn't it? Well ==
,, ; $4,120,149. It might be further Allan Johnson halt been gazetted to Lincoln today and 31 'persona or more ::- come and Ret; it. It is here waiting: ::::

i r k, interesting to note that Palm Beach, FRISCO SEEKS ATLANTIC PORT. be England's minister' at COpenhagenIn were Injured, none fatally. Themaking == for you all the time. It there any ==
-- succession to Minister .Edward Go car did not leave the track.Diaaasted. == kind you dote on ? It is here. And ==
4 Sleet Palm Beach and vicinity contain Great Railroad System Will Build a shen, transferred to Vienna. == there are quite a number of new ::::

half of these == flavors and combination tbat are /fit ==
I +'i, perhaps at Line to Seaboard. Explosion); of Vesuvius have abated, == for an/ ela. Yon know of course, :=
f tl valuations. Great is Dade countyl! .New York, March 23.-In. connection cables the Herald's correspondent at Arthul'-Weren't you awfully fright == bow we serve our soda ; In good, ==

with the formation of a syndicate to Naples. The only sign of Internal acIvlty :- ened when you saw the burglar In your I == f generous; jll sses. Plenty of flavoring .:::: ..,
; carry through the 240-mile extensionto la an occasional light of room? Theodore was worse than == and nods. Not any more froth :::: \T
Now it is proposed by the railway the Atlantic and Birmingham Railway and smoke. puff material frightened; I was disgusted. He said i == a ; than we can help. Come today. ::::

\ company to drain the country back "' from Montezuma) Oa., to Binning. 1C I said a word I was a dead man. == g r :;,z, \" Come every day =-=
Emperor William started today on Absurd, don't you know. A dead mancouldn't t. ,
l l of West Palm Beach and open up- bam Ala., making a through line from his Mediterranean cruise on board thesteamer talk.-Boston Transcript. == -:. i.r ";,;i},:! Headquarters for ==
Brunswick, on the Atlantic coast' to == 0 :: PUL,\SKI CREAM ==
1 there a forming section similar to Hamburg' placed at his dispos
> Birmingham, a director of the road has a1 by the Hamburg-American line. The Nothlnir to Flee From. 7111111111111111111111111111111111JI1111 lllllllll11111111111111UIIlCGRAFTED
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\k what has been developed west of Fort denied the report that the 'Frisco Interests Hamburg was escorted by the armored J.lothel'-So your little playmate la

jPierce. And so the good work goes represented by B. F. Yoakmm cruiser Prtnz Frederlch Karl. sick. What la the matter with her
: had secured control of the road.It .Little Dot-I don't know, but: It's something .
: ". on until the whole length of the East will be recalled that before the The Duke of Conneaught arrived at with an awful long name, so I

;:a t, .:'. : Coast will become the garden spot purchase of the 'Frisco: a Rock Island Madrid. today to visit King Alfonso. guess it's a real respectable sort of l
director said that the road would never The king, with all his ministers, the disease. Slay I go to see her? BUDDEDLargest Mulgoba Mangoes.
,L I r indeed, and the finest farming and rest until It bad "dipped Its .nose In civil and military authorities and diplomatic .

1Mo'. : : fruit producing belt in America. Ten the Atlantic ocean." complement, -met the dukeon Ills Main Dn r. Collection of Crotons in the United States.! Palms, Fbyllan
!' I his arrival at the railroad station. Employer (to new office bo.y-llas)
I; > years from now the tourists Rill find This ambition was supposed to lie thus, etc. All pot grown. Full Line Of Citrus StOCk
i the cashier told what are
t < e behind the "Frisco's acquisition of "a While working\: over a washtub Mrs. you you on High Spruce Pine Land. .
grown Address
something to delight the and do this afternoon? Office Boy-Yes,
I I vol<:e" In the Seaboard Air Line, Ann Elizabeth, Warner, wife rot a Cincinnati
a eteJj to wake him when I JOHN B. BEACH West FlaK
aIr; I'm see you Palm Beach
: peculate over the entire distance which was later, partially at least re- contractor, dropped dead from comlng.-ScraplI.
heart trouble and in the
from Jacksonville to Miami.-Fort traced. .
body for burial $3,900 'In bonds and

::1 g: .' ,' Pierce News. Members .Israel's Lost Tribe. $151: in. cash were found In the bustle Geo. S. Hacker & Son oROatoKOatoRorogtoKOROKOIRORdRx7eolso>tatsoitotaoigoleo7aoisoko O
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.' New York March 23.-A pIctu-reottiK she wore at the time. 0i

r' Japan has communities of silent party of men, women and children, 8! ;1. Frank Grant, grand secretary ol o ;

'-., female recluses. There is a convent In number, members of a religious seel the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd G. G. Strohm Company I If

j ., who proclaim themselves descendant! Fellows of the United States, under. | .
) at a place called Yunakawn, about of the went an operation '
lost tribes of Israel, arlved here today for rheumafrc /

seven miles from Hakodate. A matron today; on the steamer Prlnzesa Irene., gout at the Union Protestant infirmary I
f !
a'. l of CO years presides and her in- They come from Australia and are at Bajtlmoro} and the physician u I FHMILY GROCERIES

: : round for.Det1ton; FIarbor'Mich.' where report the operation a success.It 0
; structiousareimplieitlyobeyed. The they 400 members of the sect already It. It
say la reported that the governmentof >

y' f women are all young, ranging from are established. They -call themselves Bolivia intends, says a dispatch from | Fancy Food Products iIt
I .
I children of Israel and are vege Santiago de Chile, to send. many Ito
ii :: : 10 to 25, and some of them are described young
\ tarians. The wear long hair and o
men who display talent, to Santiago U
'".11, 'f.,( us very beautiful./ Thebuilding beards. They profess to believe in study in the military academy. This Grain and Provisions I f

stands !in a farm of some 250 acres, the saving of the mortal body as well) II accepted as a significant sign of th. 0.0.

!:*ti'a but the women do not engage in anyJJ' as the soul rapproachment of the.s.ster! republics. Doors MANUFACTURERS Sash QF Y JEFFERSON BLOCK I IO

'. The Danish steamer Hekla, from Co .,I
agricultural work. They spend most Hunter' Ship Q
Treasure Sold. pen.ba"Eto and. Chrlstlansend for New Blinds, MouldingsAND .

\ \:: ':,:.. of their time indoors, and they observe Lima, Peru, March 23.-Tlta Pert* York, which put lu at Horta, Azore I West Palm :Beach, Florida. off......
i'h; t.: a strict rule of silence. vlan transport Chalaco proceeded .tc Islands, yesterday with her rudder post Building Material, o e .W.I908' .
It "
Panama yesterday taking the officer
broken. grounded. on entering the bar '
n Moisolaoko>aoleolsoisotgoteviaoteolgc oisotsota
.' CHARLESTON S C./ o.o.ooo.oo_
11.J and orew of the British, yacht Veronique bor today but subsequently was reloated. > ,.. ..
The Grand Jury of Dade county has irLargest Factory South
I which was engaged" the trea She is leaking altghtly.: All
I : I ,., been\! J looking up the matter of enforcing we seeking expedition to Cocos .la her pasengers and crew are well. Send lor Price

I' r. r 'r the law !in regard to the punishment land. The enterprise, which: was headed ,61r Henry; Irving's United States -----
Earl FltzWllllam, In
resulted die
and Canadian tour has been, postponed uo to R. B. Porter Olive street forth
i' for carrying; weapons. appointment. The Verpnlnue has been! I
for! year by the advice of hi doe.iors t wish to Inform every person within one famous Hartford Urea. '
.:i'i') i' It bas been shown\ that the parties purchased by Peru for $150,000, and that he should not undertake so hundred: : mile*:of: Wf.t I'ulm. lloncti, : that. I T
It will be used as a coasting guard Tel :am here torvpalryour watoheulooksandJewell'to
r \. 1 t found guilty; have been fined $100, scl. great health a strain In the near future. The BfeglAeHafl: and flt your to Mm even you I'n: If.gJ; ; Woodlawia
of Sir Henry Is .
: and remitted. The Improving, and DIllY"wanin my haw 1 am not wlnturvlnftoiV
ti ( and{ then $30 $75 preparations are being made for has )but ft normunmtt' Hliltnt!:, a proberty d
Uprising Under Control owner In Untie. CoH and perfectly r.-
w '
'I law was made to prevtmt this dangerous appearance at Drury :Lane theater on poiHtlMa, for any buan! you map hare Cemetery
- tly Manila, March 23.-General Allen, ol l April 29.Her. to trnnmtci with m... Watnhe Jewelryin
I w S habit and If it Is being enforced Lot can now he obtained I cemetery
y: ; thf neoiPof repairing. may Ixxwnt Uy"Kl t r1 in the! now ;
t: the constabulary in command of / M. W. Egerton, formerly e< mall or 0"1'...... I will examine and l report ; tit west Palm Bach,
t in such n manner, it might federal troops in the Island of Samar pallo cost. by return. mall-If tile price U not. WALLACE!: R. MOSES.Agent.! e
( tor of: the First Baptist .. the .. ;
f church, oi Atlafiu<>ry you can order 11',1. ) t
11 Many are reports that the uprising among thpulfljan.es mined' without charge Have had twenty -
t better repealed. persons Knoxville Tenn., died last night at 'hU \ na with semi nt the beat \
\(' ( also permitted to carry pistols' who In now under control and! late residence at Henderson villa, N U :7n .ye: York ana Baltimore-Ma. FOR SALE: :,.:
l : that: the majority of the regular.troopwill rton'retlred .r. head l Watchmaker and (Optician lornonleaf "
I l d'' should) not be allowed\ to go; armed. C. Dr. Eg from the pulpit C A Crraoy Co*JaokMinvllle.TheM .
,' be withdrawn. Major Genera:; here fact ouKiil: to baiunloient ajMur- 1 West Palm Beach Hake
I ,". several months ago on tid- FrpntA
r j < ...-Gainesville Sun' General'Alien,. that ( untbtratanil my burinex\ and
Cbrbln and are ,now-al/ anoa
.' count of declining health. He 'wai I guarantee ..1I.T"'lon In ev-east. very denlmhlii cnttntte, with modern. eon- "
\ oJ. ralbfcyoff.: Santar holding conference "'. Al.o desirable outt 4
t I ( .i ; Finest display o{ candies In the city at a well known throughout the south.! ass S. A. WALKER EXPERT WATCHriAKER AND OPTICIAN of city, A piano will b*soul Gott.lllt.lt"tht>i.[>.
,. regarding measures which it will = Inquiry, U.L. KHA FEB.'
\ t the Majewski Jlakery.ill. leading :Baptist minister. Jefferson Block West Palm Beach ; west Palm Beacb. I
IV '( ; be necessary to take In the futurex

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Two Murtferar. Pay the P nafty( *i. ,
PEACE for Their Crime oil '8 afrOldo. r" i

Pittsburg ',Pa.,. Mawsh' 28.-Two :men .
I were hanged here today and the ant

\ I I unuooe) ful hanging was, recorded in GOOD COMPUTING SCALES. I t
Will Obtain the Best Terms oi Allegheny: county. A Write ZiU &: Green, Delray Fl .

Settlement Possible. Reno Darda went to the scaffold MONEY TO LOAN. : f fI ;
first and his neck was broken. Wi ; SHIRT I WAISt;
\ liana 1'.' Biers followed him and when" IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT

JAPANESE OCCUPY' CHANG TU the trav wad sprung the loop of..the want to Improve and need moneyto
do it with apply to Geo. G. Cuine,
noose pelted apart, precipitating! him West Palm Beach. '
Mikado' Men Still Pursuing Russlani to the ground.: For about' a minute he '
r I.,' 's
staggered around scaffold j
and Repot that Czar' Army la In I sI under the FOR SA LB. '
and then Sheriff ,XMcltson caught him, -- SJtLE "" "
I, Disorderly Retreat, Along the Rail. 'and removing the noose and, 'lack POINT, ON LAKE '" \ '

/ ', ,I road-Other War News. cap; carried htm into the JaIL He SHERMANS the Inlet 38 acres land. II '\

y d was not: badly hurt. The rope was 10 acres garden, balance pineapples. I .
Bt. Petersburg, 'March 23.-<6:05 paler again adjusted and Biers pale and 300 fruit trees, one hundred bearing. ,
_-The ministers and of 40 large cocoanut trees. Beautiful
supporters tha
trembling the
waa again placed on atte. thousand feet lake .1"
f'1 \
court who advocate the submdsalon. olpaclflo scaffold and ,the trap spring. :This front. Ideal winter home nearest best 't1 "" Ih,
(l ,proposals to Japan as twevtou time there was no mishap and death fishing. Apply to Box: 155 West Palm I "1 ,. .,\ 1 .

12' ly set forth in these dispatches sd .Bj resulted from strangulation' Beach, Fla., I f ,I',
to ascertain whether honoro.bl I, ,
an Biers convicted his
warn on own confession
sis of la believe
peace ; of the fcULlna of August J \J twelve acres fine pineapple land
have o&rrlod: the day and the Layton: at Turtle Creek, Pa. Darda facing railroad near Deerfield. Ad. '

i ated Press hears on high authority; I' kiUled James Sinclair at Imperial, Pa. dress Chas O. Williams, St. Angus I We have a large quantity of 32, 34, 36. Lawn
that not! actual ste-p Is Imminent It notalready tine Fla.TROPICAL.

I taken. bHAW VISITS, NEW YORK.Secretary : REAL. ESTATE AGENCY Shirt Waists that we will close at a bargain. ; '

Toklo. March .3-,Noon-An official of Treasury Is In Gotham FQR RENT '<" I P
dispatch! > from the Japanese Army headquarters on Official 'Business. ""; ?
One Seven Room Cottllge' handsome Come and get first choice. .
I says New York, March 23.-Seoretairy of ly furnished. Lakefront, located 300 f
Our detachment> pursuing the ene- the treasury Shaw has visited this city yards north of Royal Polnclanu Hotel. r''.
and, together with Senator Allison. of '
BALE No number than 36.
Iowa consulted with, local interests.. FOR larger
N3Q>r/1N rtlr
is said concerning -proposals connect East Side l lake front property, aj_ .
; ,'.... ed with suggested tariff revisions to miles north of Royal Poinclana: Hotel .
small cottage, owner non-resident. Will ,I 14
be considered by a special session of

's rcv1JiJ congress In the tall. Senator Allison, sell cheap. ____ -
a who is ranking member of the senate Town lots and farm lands for 'sale. .

{ in absence Write for prices.
finance committee the
I" 'r. NV2fY abroad of the chairman Senator Al- Cottages and hotels tot rent.

p7'' n.AmJt. drioh: !has been here since Mton .. Wett Palm Beach, Fla.
conferring with repeentatlve of various

tradee aa to possible efforts oi PROFESSIONAL -. BRANNING BROTHERSLadies'

lJ1iYA/ reductions la schedules affecting. their CARDS. ''tt

9AMX 1 products. t%

Senator AM.Iaora would not discuss LAW; Outfitters
the tradee: to be affected but,it is inttetatedl -
by The Herald that la orderto r\ O. CHILLINGWOKTU I
sake alp the deficiency In revenue e j %e I IS
', through reduction! ; of )certain. tariffs
schedule several at-the least obnoxious West Palm Beaoli. Fla.

of the Internal revenue taxes imposed
MlVft durtagi' the war with Spain maybe GEO.

revived Attorney and Covnsellor-at-Law

'' Map Showing R'eslan I Line of Retreat WEST PALM: BEACH, FLORIDAH
mar entered Chajig! Tu. on March Zd P. Bit AN NINO,

at2:30p.m.: Way Treating AleohoJIc Pa. fe ,
A large' body of the enemy, 1]). disorder tltnta Advocated By ''Physician. Attorney and Counse11or-t-La.w, I rff

la retreating toward the northeast Chicago March 2*.--Hospital ships (Office over Bank.)

along the line of the railway lor habitual. drunkards to be anchored WEST PALM BEACH. JLGEO. Seeds I M

:A part of the enemy's cavalry was in a safely Isolated part of M. BOBBINS, IT. known by what ene, ha,. ( )
halted at a point within milea, northof the 'harbor Is the scheme 'proposed by hays beenohaa odarrdd-hae i

Chang Tu. Dr. O. L. 'Mix, expert In the treatmentof Attorney and CounMlor-at-Laui. filled one. to produce bigger bet. K.IOO ON THEROAD;! TO RECOVERY

alcoholic patients. in a lecture before Will practice State and Federal Court, b7 tar all crop.dsaler.than, so 1906, other.14e.4, An.hold
Is the who bank
New. From,St. Petersburg the social science claaa In the TITUSVILLB. FLA. ..al rrH a w appltoanW.D. man opens a account.

w 6t. Petersburg, March 23.-
Unevltch telegraphed under date ol subject of a cure for inebriates Ty*I. MiOTCALF, Detroit. Mloti. men of today started with less than you have.

March 22 that .he had no now of, any calling' the present system of throwing ATTORN. tY-AT-LAW. Don't say you can't save until you have tried it. Start an account

encounters of the Japanese on March drunkards indiscriminately into the NOTARY PUBLIC.U. today and watch. results.
An internal loan of $100,000,000 will An habitual. drunkard Js'a diseased Will..praotloeln County aisle ana fcvitaralCanrt West Palm Beach Florida, .T. yrf

signed today. The price of Issue ll man said Dr. Mix; and he should be LAND CASES SPECIALTY. Man onia Poultry
Office TKOPIOAI. SON Block. .
86, and the '''bond's are redeemable In looked. after 'wbh a nMoxcal eye. .
wen Palm Beach. Dade County. Ilorlda .
50 years. The first thing to do la to withdrawthe '

One of the best altfos of the times lathe : poison, then take care of the reactionary A.J.. LEWIS Farm 'I. Xf

announcement today that in a symptoms." The physical dam Sold by

fortnight the minister of,public Instruction age on the stomach. liver and kidneys ATTORNEY and AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorns White Wyandottcs. .

will undertake the elaboration of muet be repaired. After this, comes Agantel tha U. S. Pld.llty LIt Ou.r.nty Co ,ol Eggs and Stock st BRGADWELLMOORE
a. plan for a compulsory system of primary the year or so of convalescence and Baltimore Md. For Sale. (
education. Reprenentattves ol the patient should have an education Office at corner Street ol,over Cleraatli Potter'Avenue bicycle and itorav Nancle.us De.. Sin If!;": lI

the schools in the 'principal cities are of the evils alcoholism. l-t-10Oa. WEST PALM BEACH. W. E. GALE, Manager leetlne cud.etl.h..lIghtoondnabl. 1II.""'UI'> .to trlotl lee &

invited. to participate in the drawing Maneonla' Fla a'a two
up. of the pla.n.PEASANTS Chrletlan Scientists Let Man Die. MEDICAL'AND SURGICAL Gillette

f'' :-_ _. New York March 23.-An inquestby TT O. UOOX, Al. D, Safety Razor

+ KILLED BY MILITIA. the coroner has begun into the S. H. RICHMOND, Agent she will.with entirely Itaa dispel readily It A-r. though saves habaiialwaraahund .,
death of William Nunn, a resident 01! PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON hlmanlf TaaOll.

Shooting Result'of Labor Dlsturbancei Brooklyn who died recently tram a OOlcv over Potter' bicycle -tore. WEST Perrine Grant Land Company. lette 0... ashy Itba.twelvek.eadouble.dgad Kaaor .. .4 Baaora. DEALERS. IN
'jala. fractured1 skull in a fall. Nuna'wae' PALM BEACH. Residence near RoyalPolnelanaV bludee aa thin..paper t.mpe..d..e
In Poland ? '' Hotel!, PALM BEACH. 13-1: REAL ESTATE. \ .Inns hardened bour praoeei ao that
Ku.no; HuBela-n Poland, March 23.- treated' by Christian: Science methods it talua diamond doat to .rind .
Ten peasants were killed and: 6twounded until the matter came to the attention T? B. POTTER M. D.. CUTLER FLORIDA I aS' : them.thirty perfect Sash blade.b......1.. .Oaaa. tan and ta ]j o, ill
March 21, as the of the authorities. Kuan's conditionwas 'ifW t blades pocked and _led diesel ,
at Lamenta
8.- -08 WEST PALM DEAO FLA. NpN;; from the footorj ahowln.thna
result of the shooting of Infantry sent then hopeless, however and he 7 to ba new. Always raady(or oNo -- "\
to quell the disturbances A crowd died in. a few days.. A physician' who DENTAL I 1 A ;Z Stropping :. tJ I.i.caioinoe,
examined Nunn testified that Nunn A'4 t '/
of peasants :from Benlngoira proceeded II. MAOY L. A. WILSON I or Honing
to Lamtenta to Induce the farm laborers had, been subjected to the Christian R. I UI Ct'.9.. Ton Osn.otoutlonl.euorfailw s>sCltYGnor; tit
Science treatment for six wee-lea despite ,, i alTayonradlf. aamooth delightful .;;

to strike, and rioting ... Diu, ahaTa. A tllllatta Mete for yvara.
,the fact that' with ordinary medl- Office In Block When ton have tuadeaob of theIR40'
with Jefferson I
The chief of police a companyof and and
until dull rotnrn to na
eat treatment. he would have recovered Boots and Shoes adgoa
soldiers went to the scene and thtroops WEST PALM REACH FLORIDATK. w.will afro yon all new pladai laemhanga .
in a short time.: The hearing was notconcluded. r .t'110 oort to yon.Tw .
fired two volleys- the peen J. E. LI1>PV lra additional blade at nonv rfl ano'U' QoodsTHE rte
in AH Kinds of LealterGoods _
ants. Idling two on the sPOt. and Repairing I "'Call 01. and aiamlne the Gill...... .;;J lgI
wouradlog 60. The latter were brought 'Exploratlon Dentist Neatly Done It will cat yo nothlni ta Me It.
Arctic '' Ship Launched. First door of Dade State
In carts to the hospital here where One west County .
Bucksport, Me., .March 23.--Commander Bank : I
I eeven men and one woman subsequently .Indian Tanned Buckskin
Robert H Peary. Arctic exploration WEST PALM: BEACH, FLORDA but
died., Eleven others are dying.
!i steamship;) which was launched .
; Kutno 180 situated' 60 miles west ol and Horsehide Slices
here today was designed by Naval /iftelta1neekt
Warsaw. It has a population! of about rOLE IIONEl. f..4R
Architect William H. Vincent, of New
10,000. York and H is claimed ia the result atotaa:2hcoadlbaad: I..&.!.l+saaa FOR TENDER PEST

of all that experience in arctic navigation Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio
Class Fight Ends Seriously.Oadsden to this date can suggest. sme/ .

Colo., March 23.-tHarry B Ie considered the strongest in construction E. M. BKELSFORD(:) .

Clapip. of Denver, and Arthur J. Weinig moat powerful and ties

of Durango, Colo., both, freshmen equipped craft for combatting the arc- Real Estate S I mo

; at the state school of mines, are suffering tlo tee. ever ','bulk. The vessel is described PALM BEACH FLA. Chicago and Florida Limited t pw

from. Injuries received in a class aa a three-masted fore and via

i t battle which occurred between fresh aft schooner-rlgged steam-hip with Notary Public., Cottages to Re D

and sophomore. dapp la un sail' power. teyYkiui
men consclousfrom.concussion of ihe brain auxiliary Offlee,South Polnolana Hotel Louisville & Nashville

I and may die. W tnlg 1* injured Internally Mrs Langtry a Grandmother. Rai1.roa.dOnly

t'L and if In a critical condition, A London, March 23.-Mrs. Lily' Lang T. J. CAMPBELL I Ii
i try is now a grandmother. A son has.
of fight beginning at :2 o'clock In Train
L flag < Solid Pullman f
{} n the morning and continuing intermit- been born to her daughter, Mr.. Ian Jam-Up-To-Now: : CUP THAT CHEERS IMPROVED 'METHODS (

L the day culminatedin Malcolm wife of a well known member > with observation and library cars from as
ently throughout Is a cup of our tea Properly, madeit are adopted by us as soon aa theirvalue
Of parliament front Scotland. Mrs! IIOR'SEI
at dusk. A
clash on camipu
N rough and tumble !fight lastmg an hour I Langtry and her daughter have been BLAOKSMITBINO', Florida to St Louis, Ctyca o, Is a drink no woman can resist and Is firmly established. a.

'followed,. in which a number estranged ever since the latter' ',mar> SHOEING GENERAL
and a half> The West and. Northwest, of do ties
few In the
men. ouf; Itt
bruised and dage. It Js thought that {he adventof :
students were '
I;{ ;cut.of the \ the baby may result In a reconcilia REPAIRING AND with mach. quicker time than via any Our tea U selected by actual trial. Undertakers and Embalmera, all, l '
ton Although the general belief' is other line.
modern aids approved by or
In that the family dlfflcu-Itlea are. due to Ml meals in dining care service a la We don't take anybody's word for
r New ,, Japan Sea. radical differences of opinion betweenthe carte. Finest dlntDg BUILT TO ORDER
March 23.-The new Island Sontb. their quality. We teat the flavor '
York .
? New actress and her traifghtlaced!) soninJarw Leave St. Augustine, daily 8:30: a.m. ,, no hesitation In claiming that we can
to have been thrown up t ,
reported ) / Clamatl Are,West a road Leave Jacksonville, dally 9:30.: m. aroma and, strength before we buy give the best erIcelt the moat reasonable u
by a volcanks disturbance r
late Arrive Chicogo: next day jJ:30 p. m. '
In the !Sea of Japan has, according Six Men Drowned In. Monong-hela. Artive St. Louis next day, 135 p. m. an ounce. That's. why our tea Is always cost.Lady ,

to a Times dispatch from To-, Charlerol PaN March 23.-During a Also through Pullman Drawing-room Sloe .
GEO. HASLEHURST & SON Init; Care dally from Jacknonrllle on A, O. L. so good.: How we are able to assistant.
klo, been visited by Inhabitants ol hea ty,tOIl today William: lUggins: e 8:on p. m. train to BirmhiRham, Naahvllle :

Iwo isaihu They found the surface. ferryman at Lock NOJ 4, attempted; to Contractors and Builders Nana LrnnHVIIUs a. m. train LonU.to Penaacola Chicago sal, Mobile on S.A.and L sell it BO cheaply la.anotheutory. J. B. McGINLEY: 'J
covered with volcanic tuna tfhe Island row' five men across the Monongahels New Orleitna. a tou
wa uoTounded by a Belt of Sand, river la. a skiff. When in midstream p.'o. BOX 304 II B ES'r rvlce In d..lred..k foivtloketi via' Try a pound and see Jow it lasts*
L. N.Foe :
and there was a. boiling lake near the tfie ferryman lost his way. and the boat rates Pullman 7e.rvattonste.e.ll Palms Corner.' deac
peak 240 feet in vas aawied' over UM. dam and all were Kodol Dyspepsia CureDroste 011. or write FABER BROTHERS 1 ;
rq northern end below a 050. F. HKRni ,tf. Fl,*. Pane. Agent Open day and night c
helgbge loot Y what, you eat. cud West Bay St.,JackionvUlw, ,b'terida rF q qf
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41 \ ;WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Nicely alfuuted on '
"'; Nil 28 Na 88
denial; No 14
Avenue N0. 78
'. % r0 ;. 1111 No a6 ND. 29 No za 'I
'A' '
i\I\ : 67
} lUiuotlfuUy Located on the .STATIONS. Dall.T Daily: Duly Dally ""
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I'I' .. t'it, ; I 1Aloat palm B.aah, Florida Daily: Daily Daily Dally A ,
'' !\; Ic I( Lake Frvut/ noiouiundltiK a I ;" -
\,;... .. e0 Finn) Views'0L tile Royal 805 P ii iiiP 1000 ; 800.. I.Y.l..l< oDYm..h..Ar.. 7$6 P 740 II .00. :BB:ra '. ,I IIS8
.... ..So.JaokaunWUs..LY 1113 paHp t
10S.( "
Poluelatia/ sad Lake Worth P iSOp 1115 a go6a ....:.;... '.AuIfU Un........... lJ80p 0409 Sboa sin:: '''ta I
c 11t, All Modern Conveniences.. Sp 1169: .. ............UasUaf(8'........... 586p ..'
I'I Cuisine Guaranteed I IFirstClass 1018p lOOp lIllOp II" a ..........R&a.F..Ja.tka.......... 11'1p .llp "4 1. -8118 a ..,'

E !I : From the Plains of Wisconsin [and 1 Minnesota e Rates -IT886 P 1JBI: II 10555' .......... ".......... -440 II -440 P sue a ", ,
Afc Tubercnlosis I IJPatients : n_P 160 P 1146. 1Iro.: LT..P..1atka.. ........ JI. 116 p -816 P ..600...-a -a '

i4V "err-r"Springa a spontaneous growth! Taken (: $10 and $12 ? -816,II -sit r Ar.SanMateo........Lv $t0p SROp &Ot
: st td; of exquisitely colored round t. T to a l' 100. L-r..San .......Ar 7 D6 P 'lOOp 150 a 'f I ; "
M..ter. -
-r;: I 1 N "" $1>e1>$1> e".e1>$1><< \ ,/11'>.
3tI ,ialf r which Per Week 3248p -.......... "............. 4 88 P "
yo ti % f :n:; grass, baa been '. loop ............BuDnells.,....".... 494Pl .
s 7?, 1 rti! lrl ''i created oS ..... a', ........ 411 P I
A7 s ; tbe marvel II
H >
;' : off modern ......++.*+..+.*..+.+ < 'I" jib ..n.......ii.DuP Ormond,....... 480 1" \
: t i., 1,1-' 211 OPEN NOVEMBER.. IB.. .J904. 1130 809 1114 P a ............Ormondi1t0 ....,..".... 560 p 470 p 118. 46a \,1Z,
( commerce familiarly Known as I"I p P .401' 1.11111.. ............. .." n... '::8P '101' 908 a '40a ,.1'1
I f. p a18p 1118 ........I'or' Oranf(8............ !
g., "Crex: ::Grftss Products." This rrh e palms ; Mrs. A.,, L,. "AVO",Prop .atta S55p step P 111 O P ..........New 8m7rlla.......... gtipp 348p Igo 416sa nl"f"
11110 ...........O"k HIli............ 11118 P J' '
,I"y r ; wonderful grass-the world's i 4 1 180. '40p SIlO p 1111II P ...........Tltu.vUle............ 1811 P lUG II 1214 a Z" I, I,
tl : 'Ollp .............CO\lO..I.. ........... 114p a < 1" .
I ? moat beautiful harvest-grows Now Open. ; lH 4011 P ...........Rookle", ........... 110 II ,
... H..I.. ........ tOO II IDS P ...
< 416 HJ: :B.ookledWt .
? .
F ; : from a (purely vegetable soil P 488 II 1114 ..... ...tcau;; O..UI.. ...,...... 1916 II lilt P 10M P -"
i P a.
;' \t', '4; L.riSCrs'i: r 2 A large, home-like Hotel well appointed : QBOO1 Bc . 6811 P 1101 P 1W: P ... .....1fvlb0urne\ ,,.......... 1909 P 1W: P 1045p
that produces nothing else t and beautifully.1:located, g\y-\ P 608 P .....;......Selawtfsu.! ........... 11110 a ,.
,,1. ..... .St. J.nelo.. 1080 a' I r"
.\, II Fe #' # eave the pretty wiM flowers log the comfort without the coat of :2 : its 1t1Sp 040p sit P 540p.............Fortl'l. ........... IIDSp COOP UMp :>
the niQre expensive ones." Situated on r Yggoolrtago 1, 66U P ...........Tlbb..l. ,............ 9611.. elllJ p ,
i-iI R t ( / that enliven the aspect of Lake Worth, opposite the Royal TOS p .... .. .. ............. 11 6S. 819 P 11p
i TOO ., .....,? eneen............. 917 a 816 P 1.,
? / ripening grain and testify to Poluclana Hotel. White wattreeaee.Electric ; MRS H. E. BRIOdS, Proprietress e T14 P .......... 8tuarl...........,.. 1186. 807p .
bolls. Oood fishing/ hunting: 187p ..........flabe Sound........... 1108. '1alp \ 'i
; '; t the pure and wholesome life and boating Rot**<,:UIO and f 3.0O Evernla Street ; 166 p .._.. ....We 'Juplt r.......... 861 a 718 P '
.... IItOp ,4
816. 1026a ,
; t 600 Ar..W..tPalmBeaob. 1140p
1M: ;: of this prairie country. per day. Special rate by the week. jVase Palm nvaab, to;lda 'IdSa.2 1a i 8 lloop Op 880P 860p IIII0pLT..Pahnn..Reh.p ........ 800al010. Oll.\p 111011 i "
i 11i .......WeuPalmbeach..Ar 140a IIlIoa 1I000p !.'I
01lllp OUllp
\. = tuna aiap 961 ....... .....boynton,....... .Lv TIS a 1140 P /
\\ V i Cfhe palmsWest Situated' Near Lake Worth ; 1000p P ...."......., )xlsay.: .......... TOil a 680p ,, ';. ,
i t. ;, The nature of the 1011f 1060 .......,.Ft Lauandonlale. ....... 011 a f P '1
r I 1 I I Io Palm Beach Florida : A SELECT WINTER HOME 1109 P P .......,...lIaUandal............. IIlIlIa 45 P :. < \\I A I11811p
f treed from all aMneral lub&tance&-makes the grass wholly fibre, another ...Lemon City........... 98 s 8tTp120. '
i word for adaptibillty" to the many methods of manufacture and very long :.....*..................4 .. HOT AND COLD ATD8 \ .. l1S1Op 1140p T80p l'.Mlami..L....S 800a 840p 'IIOP '" .'Mil.' ,

wear. Practically it is Indestructible by wear. NO CONSOMPTIVBi, TAKEN ep Buflet Parlor Cart on train 20,BS,78 and. 98 and Buffet Sleeping.. Car on train. 98 and BB :. ./,
.......................*. W NBOLEeOMSHOM.000KIN0Boarding between JaokaonTll and Miami. Parlor. Cars on trains 89 an<140 between. St. Augustine and
Being wholly fibre ft la a sanitary productand moth will not attack New lID1yrn.
P Furniture in all designs. : PJAa aamington 3C CuC: ;0 _

No. 43' .. 31' I a 31 No.99 No.53 16
s No. fl' Na 17} Na 29f Na 38} } +
Art Squares 6x9, 8x10 9x13.: : .. A. E. Q. METCALFE Proprietress : 1 6. BOUND. Da1l7 Daily Dally Daily Daily Es Deily. Mnd. Ex.Lally Man. Dally 1 Dally Eo..M!. 1 1vacksonvlllo600AM945A1(10WAM1916PM ,
i t. --I -- -- -
Rugs in all sizes! 1101' 111101' 800. 111II1' 811II1' 0881':11: ,
!I, : WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA MSt.Augmrine OO.M iO46AM 111OAM 11111'x 1110. 850PM 400PM .0111"" 92DPM1085rXNa
Deelrablbpeople who wish ,a pleasant
r place to stop at while in Went Palm ZIIt 1'1.' ,lit I a Ib' 1'1.' 'Zt i 1s.Na Na 4.N.... JOt ha 7at Na 71' ,

: Open all the year. Beautiful location Beach :will find "MINARET COTTAGE" N.' BO\ND.. Daily: Dally E Dally,. s,o. Daily Eo. S... E.Dally Sun. bally DaU7 Dally Dally, \ ,.,
M. E. G RUB E R. "

: on Lake Worth. Bright/ cheer on Fern Olive Just Street muchh'between a places.Evernla:Dice, clean'and trJeck.odviue 0Qy 840AZ8660:1x o90AM1910pb12i0PM1tiOrx 710;PM; 7u'Orw740rw

: ful room and wide verandas Special" / room, neatly furnbihed comfortablebeds
,8.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA | Train composed exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Care and extra coat fasewflt be charged. "
: rates lor the BCBSOU.f { good wholesome food ; VERY t Day ooauhee operated on these train",on which no extra or seal ran is oharged. .
moderate prices are the 1'OO0mm..nd. ,

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVMALLt .........................i I tlone. Only a limited Dumber of room* .i9ST.. AUIiUSliNH AND No. 40 No. U PAUl BEACII AND MIAMI. No. tOafly / e
orncaa be accommodated. Table boarda NEW SMYRNA. Dally Daily Lo1l7
t lr1s

.. .. . .. .. .. specialty, 109 Lv.......Sf!. Angttet1n........Ap. I100A" Oa6AM t ,........Bremker..A. ,. 550PM10p /
.vyyyTnyRV' .' '. . .vvvvyyyyyyVVvvvvvnvvvvvvL ' ()-..... (jj I MRS. FRANK: DARLING. Lv..Ea Pal..tka..Lv.1010. 0110." Lv..Weltl'almDeach AI' 118 PM00p ,
Ar..Hote10rmoad..Lv 8rOAMIOINSAM1.v..Lantans.Lv.516P51( ::: : ;
9o P Ar..D"ytooa..L... T611 A" 1104. Lv..F' J.al1derdal..Lv 4 1'7 POI
L SUMMER HOTEL, CHICAGO 7IraW.et n sop' Ar..Ne", SmyrnaLv 180". 1166AMAr..NIamLLv.\ 810 POI ,

CCk'6000CaSlOQ .:i: 9 No. I7Dally Ns.1sSun Na' Z Na I Bt/NCN Na J No 4.
e }; unl Dally .only! .Dally-- D15UT.. ... Dally Dany .

HOTEL DELa Pt ADO (3 Palm Beach, Florida It f ar ottZi a ,., W a 4115 p Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 880 a400 p tOO P a lOa Lv. New 8m.ma Ar '1809 j; 18iiP
to a 614 p Lv. Pablo n..ach..Lv 160.. 1110 P 414 P 1O9la Ly.l.ake Helen L. 124/11' 120 P
I A winter resort that will please you. I'll,a 11111 p Lv Atlantlo b..ach Lv 745 a 11111 p I*110 P 10 SUa L...Orange City L.. 128.\1' t\ts4 p ..
A Iligh-Claea; Family and Transient Hotel. I Near Lake Worth and centrally loco- e WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 1 o.n 11811 P Ar..Nsyporl..Lv. Tao a. 8:;:. Id NOU p ]O 6a OrangecltyJo 19 bop 11611 p

1 Located between Wa the ...., fronting on the Midway ted. All modern Improvement! Dally 11 1'1.' IZ't.
Boulevard University / Alaulot Bflwt family Hotel with home Daily .
.. Dally
Ad'lress .!:iua. Eo.:.!!
Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror Two People, com .. ,180 a .Lv..........MiamI....._.....M./ 1100 P 680 .a Lv....... 711\\s..111........Ar. J; ;;""p p
from $30 to $40 per Week. I MRS. S. E. EARHANi 1'6 a Ar..h ad..Lv. .411 P II 00 a Ar.........Sallford........Lv. woo to
e Fleaaant City j
location adjoining; .
Box 137 ,
Twelve mInute.from down town via Illinois Central Hallway. '
All train atop at 63rd St.. to which baggage should be checked. .. \ ..Went Palm Beach, Florida Fnrlc and facing) on Lake Worth. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

;r'' I I'' BRADLEY A MUSCRVE Proprietor. .-.....-------.....-- Cool comfortable roomn. with good
: >
to" e table service. .lose Connection Made at Miami lwlth I Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. S. Compaov-Por '


Tbesu Time Tables show Ute times at which trains may be expected: to arrive and depart V
: from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteednor

i ,: .k Filest] Printing[ } THE Job TROPICAL Department SUN Conmercial Hotell FOWLER BROS. & KING tram doe* the company hold itself rasponsibla for any: delay or any eonsecuenoe aruinii there .. '.

f and Cafe For Copy.( th. LOCAL TIM CARD or Other. Information.

d .t : C. W.. Schmid, Proprietor AL KINDS LATHE and PER WORK _



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I Near Ferry landing/} Lake Front, c,

f I ". WEST PALM BEACH: FLORIDA Southern ailway

II, 1903

Atlantic Coast LineTHE Thew Ye.ttbule Trains E..t North and West fro 13 No. 5I 1::.:.:.:.: ,;"1:

L. Jackson, ...... 80 Ay 111 :101': II b'q, L.. JacluonvUle. 1'1...... 80 Ry 7 451' U OU. ...... .,
: GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA L. euuD... ........." so RIOp>> / 11 54' ,040P.. L.. J""uP. d.. ........ 80 Ry to Son II 115a ..,...
1 C Lv 8avaon.ll......... 80Ry 4..Ap. t3op II 155.. Ar Macun Oa ....... ......So Ry 3 use ...... ..VAt :
tigtiod Columbia........... (;oRy N98p 68SP 6 00.? Ar Atlanta Oa V Ry 5'" 6 .Op .... ;FAr
.i -CONNECTIONS gh.rlot .?. ..... SO 1I.y >I> rRa 100Ap 955'1AI' Rome Ga.....,.... .,.110 Ry T 300 S O5p!.....? .'.
d AI' ; .,__ So Ry Ii B9n 4rl! 5'1'? Ar Dal on, .............. Ry I "5R 9.01'1'' ....... '
wrvc The I Over its rails to Savannah Ar Dreellll e........ .. SO 11.; II 4ftll i1>> _3c. cop. Ar Chattsncoga. T ......80 R,. 9 4'101 III :All, ...... 'i
:, East own --.'. Ar Lexington KyArRichmond .. ......Q C 5 ""I ...... "
Charleston Richmond and Wash- ...................SoRy I 54,9 Ar Clnclnnatl.Ohio......Q O! 111I8. ......
,.a .', :: Lv C ail ; >our II 8 30... ......
f Lynehburg.So 4 17a J op I Ar Chtcago. III...... ..BIKFour, ;; teal 6 Oil,.'._._....
,, I' .. SB? via An Rail ington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry fr Charlottasvllle :::ea icy71TM1U:1 tl oss a top, :: Cindnneth Ohio P. Lines 8 I us.
?t.'It. t. .M Ar W..hiuKtoU..so Ry 1018a 9..5. II Rrp. ArChl....:,0.111 ......5 Ps Llo" 351'1" 3ft.I''.'.'.''. J
: ,V Ar Baltimore...... V .P 11.. 11. 11 30a 11 ;la It 11 Jr.p.. y liuduual: u sin C"Ti: &'L' -Uu.. ,
459 I
11" V 0, 1p he The Louisville & Nashville, Montgomery\ Ar Ar New Wo.t York l'hllndelphld'ItR:. ,........f> It Hollin 1 444) .I 45P"3pl 6 s 3S1t.311a... Lv Ar Clnot Chico A-'?! Ill ::::;: C II. A D.Li. t B 6fil' .?.?...?. :
I f West It 9 qyp g .....
4 U No 34.-"New York and Florida Daily AI' Toledo, Ohio .....C H It Dj 5 sus 9>> :OO"J. ....
The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery, Pullman Drawinl1'.Room Sleeping Express Car .:.ampa; Ar_Detroit, Mich........,.. _' 7"SIt 4 _;.... '
and Jacket.ille to New Yorll: lv ClnClDoaU, Oblo..1 8 '
-- '-'-- A !.g. ........ oLI.e.1 3op uuisj' ''''' ..,

fo Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company, for New No.3o.."Waehington and. Florida/ Limit""' II I.rCiocinnatl; 110.. ...... .
''i I Tri-Weekly Sailings Between The York, Philadelphia, Boeton. Dally Pullman Drawing; itoom Sleeping I.i r, Ar Cleveland 'Jhlo..Blg/0Ilrl1.r/8/, 8 UU 1.s'...._ '
1: j East t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and RaIL// Jacksonville to New York Lv Lexington icy...... ..80R Sop 0 ins ......
Ar Louisville Xy ......... ES 8 ida ......
JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK more. No 3t-"Southera'. Palm Limited." Ve.tI- ArStLouis,.... ...........,tieR :lOp a fsop .....
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Com- bole train. Pullman Dr.wing Room Comp..rt.. Ar Anniston. ......
T Calling at Charleston, S.C., both via I steamship moat,CIubCompoeiteObeervatlou: ....dining Ala. 80 Ay U 40n .....
wsye. for Baltimore and Philadelphia Ar Birmingham Ala ... .
!i!" pany Van between $t. $o Ry 11 I 4/10/ >> ...., ''i
t Augustine, IlC.lIuooDvIU" and /
j THE PINES STEAMSHIPS PI' THii COASTWISE SERVICE New York Ar Ar Memphis Kansascit Tenn..FrllIcO. Mo..Frl.co II 8 loa 306..1.1.......... '

i I, TilE CLYDE TO KEY ,WEST via Peninsula.'r & Occidental MeDlphi..Tean ...,.,,,,,,,,,,, "... 'I
., NEW ENGLAND AND SOLTUEKN!: LINES and Through: "The Land of the Sky." No s70 ...... Hot 8pring Ark: ............... 830P..I.: ..._ .;
y.i i Direct Service Between Steamship Company .. ..., 11'1'0.' 13-"Tbe FlorldalJra/ted.!' ''7
HAVANA 1. JacklOOnvlll., .. .....11011.7. ... Datly. Solid ,
I \ JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, Lv Savannah( ................ Ry U 755p I ._..... Vestibule train, Jacksonviile : and Pull. I >. \.
't AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. Ar Columbia.S. C. ............80 Ry //I rat ......... m.a sleeping' are to SacllIoatl.; >
+ J I', SOMETHING NEW Ar Aslrville.N. c......... .....80 Ry 1 Sop ......... ;,-
1 Calling at Charleston both ways. Ar Hat spring. N _........ icy ..... .,. No. III-Pullmaa Drawing '
i t EMI*WEEKLY SAILINGS. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 mUes'oiJamong: : tae.prlncipa: Ar Knoxville llcn.;.C ::: : y p .1..Iw..a Room Bleeping/ ; Car ,
( Southbound ., From Lewis' Wharf Boston I railroads in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents. Ar Loul vlll":..... ...:::::'::::. icy y a asp S08 ::: ::::: and K"nll1l.Jacksonville(;Ity. Birmingham, Meusphls
Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic Coast Line. Ar St Loul.......................80 Ry 56p.... ... .
t Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville. Prank C. B tyleston, Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark, Traveling! Passenger AI' lIndnnaltt.Ohio.....?. (1& c 3 rye ..:....,. No Florlda Rpo1nLx. Roust ) t.,
,Agent, 138 West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. H. M. Emerson No 3O-Datly Pullman Drawing.Room and : et'"ln.11:: \ Drawing Room Curs. .
ti CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE frame Mana et', W. J. Craig.General Passenger Agent, Wilmington. N. C Buffet Clasinnatl Sleeplag.C.r_ between Ja"'lIOoDV1l1e, sod. fail between, CheeaggClnvelasrl! : ,Juakannrllle Detroit aollS", Ulneln Louie ,

4< J. Between Jacksonville! -and 3anford.

!I Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereaiord (DeLand) and Excellent Dining Car Service .

Intermediate the St. Johns River ..
Landings on ARRIVALS, AT JACX80NVIl.t..E

I t; ;' Steamers "City of Jacksonville" ThoseAwJvii1dacbeiAre Jo'.n Jo'rom From New New New York York York,,Washington Washington, etc.-Nu.etc.-No.3."91"W.shlnKton. BouOsern's 11dm and Find'Um"ed.ltO" Limited"9: Po m.: o a m. ,
Washington "
.. etcIo. 33. and t'lorida .
From :
i ,. d'k Clnclan.tI.Aehvllleetc--Noaq. "Washington J1"rr.7: m. t
I re : : and
g JE JLJVJ Bm y Prom &hlc.IO, Cincinnati. Atlanta ete.-No. FlorldLlmited'pnoa.m." : ? '
Ar to call as follow*:-Leave Jacksonville. at 8:80 : Limited 935: .. m. ,. :
Y appointed dally except Saturday. : p. m"enlord.dally sure indications of soma form of stomach FtoItlChieaKu.C.:1oeIDaatllbaIIAADooaAIlo.ntaeto.No.o. "lbloal\O-l'lorlWt; '
Returning leave. except Sundays! at 11:80..m. trouble biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will Special 11'25 p.1tI'. :\
T. C. LUSK .
.' next overtake yon. Don't risk it, and above all, Dls Pass Agent,.108 Welt Bay Street, Jaekaonvilte, Fla. :i
1141 ', ., SouthboundKead 8cha. > + dower Read np doD'ttakoca.1omel) or qnlnlne-botharedangel'ouaHER W. H. TAYLOR, G. p. A '
1 t.eave. Reps. ..... ....................JACKSOMVHvXK... ... ...... ..... .... .....ArrlvtlooamPALATKA { S. H. HARDWICK, PTVM.. BROOKS MORGA";, A. Q. P,, A It\
{ i 4S p............... ................. ....... ...... ...... .... ......I.e...I 00 pm I BINE 4
f 1!' ;" M ( oosm.............. ................... ASTOR ..... ......?............. ...... Sjopra f
} '. M 4 ....................... ...........,.Rf. RANCH............ leopm
'I a _. .... ..................BBF BSFORD (D LAND)..._........... ... Dopes baa all their virtues-nono of their ,

1 f' Arrive 30......-_.... ._......................8ANPORD! ................... ......?.... 9 30 am deadly effect SIP RDINE taken D. W. FENT0N
1r rc '! VV .e 10 00 am._.::-..._.....__.._............ENTERPRISE._.......?... ..........:.:..... tO 00 am \ regularly will orga.nsln forestall headaches perfect: condition ,puttbedigeetdve & 20. ;.f;
-. .
;; S: General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville bead oil biliousness, headaches ""-"- .- ---" -11'"... \ ,,-

II livei ills keep you In good health. .:.:.:.' ... .. .: Undertakers and '...i!
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BROCKTON-MOURNS XT OTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY The Board of Director shall make mob.
MATTERS OFLOCAL iVOK LETTEB8 PATENT. Rule and By-Laws. a* the., may deem notion.
HEALTH nary to regulate the buahless ol the corpoiatlon. CMcap and Florida Limited
Notice I* hewbjr fflvan that \\l undersigned a
FOR DEAD CITIZENS INTEREST Intend to apply t6 the Governor tile Slat ARTICLE SIXTH. via

ol Florida for Letters Ptttout to be imund for
: The highest amount. ol Indebtedness or liability fl
the Inqorporulton of'WOODLAWN Louisville & NashvilleOnly ,
Condensed News Paragraphs,! Per- to which .raid corporation can at any

All Business Su pended'During taining: to West Palm Beach > Ci" METEILY": time snbjoct; Itself shall be$10,000.00. .

on rho fvlloftlntf' proponed Charter, and that ARTICLE SEVENTH : !e I
:; and Vicinity. tblB In ooupllituoti with
: native ID published
v( Funeral Service[. oltheHtateol The name and residences of the subscriber'
the requirement* of the Revised Statute Only) Solid Pullman Train
to this' charter and the number of bares

I, Remember Braunlng's sale. i iI WeNt Palm Florida Heath,Florida March :20; 1905. subscribed, are aw follow: with observation and library card from
i Ii BUILDINGS DRAPED IN BLACK II.. Wllmon Wbllldln, West Palm Beach Florid.,
S.I I Hon. Graham W. King, ot Folford, WILMON WHILLDIN, 20 aheres.CCobunugwortb. to St. Louis
Flag Were Fyng( at Half) Maet and th, spending today in the ctty. Be' leaves C. C. CHILLINQWOUTH, W'Ht Palm Heath, Florida, Chicago

4, r.. l i In a few days for Tallahassee, to attend WALLACE! R. MOSES, 20 shares.Wallace The West and Northwest,
+tt. r Banda and Drum Cprp played duties member of the lower 1 GEORGE. POTTER, R. Muum" ,West Palm Beach Florid
to hU as
JOHN C. STOWEUS. 20 shares. with ranch quicker time than vie, any
Dirges if the Remain of the Victim house. b
bAkING George' W. P9 ter.Weal I'alm Beach,Florida. other Hue.

*.Were Laid to Rest. Mrs, George H. Maltby has sold a business 20 share I ill meals in dining can, service ala

site on Clematl.lvenae\ 50x150, to PROI'OSED"CHARTER OF WOODLAWN John C. Stowera., West Palm Coach, Florida carte. Finest dining-car service in the f
Brockton, Mass., Marcn 23.-PuWic :20 IIb&.r8ll.MTATE .
I' It is rumored that several South.
G. G. Strohm.
\i i POWDER funeral services were held today for other transfers |In realty will be announced CEMETERY.We Leave St. Augustine, Jally 8:30: e. m. 9

more than two score of persons who the undersigned! do hereby .associate OF FLORIDA > Leave Jacksonville, dally 9:30: a. m,
'" lost their lIyee last Monday .ia the ; within the next few days. ourselves together for the purpose ot biting COUNTY op DADK, / "aRBefore Arrive Chico(o next day, 4:30: p. m. .

%)i ''f'.' Absolutely Pare exDlo. ,lon and fire which created the The, Ladles' Guild of Holy Trinity Incorporated and becoming' ft body corpora Wllmon Arilve St. Lol.'isl1est day, 1:35: p. m.
the ot the ot Florida, and I me personally appeared Also I through Pullman Drawing-room 8'een-
under taut State(
and sale "
,} MS XQ SUBSTITUTE greatest calamity In the history of the Mission will give a luncheon have adopted the following Article ot Incorporation Whllldln, C. O. ChmtDgwortb. Wallace It. ing Care: dally from: Jackmmvllle: on A. C.! L.:

City; and one of the greatest new Eng Thursday, :March 30, from 4 until 10 for our Obll'ter.ARTICLE oe..*, Qoorga W. Potter, and John C. Stow- 8' :O5/ p. m. train to Dirmlnghani, Naolivllle, ,
Ht Louis, A L.
Kvnnnvlllo 8.
,' land bIbS ever known. Twenty thousand p.m., at the residence of Mr. N. S. era, each to me well known, and each au- $:6a a, m. train to i: glDMg l- and
I !-- FIRST. know Indited that he signed the foregoing New Orleans
of Brockton's Inhabitants yorkingJn Bare bam. All are cordially
t / Interested Charter for the uses and purpove therein ex- 11 INESFservice"" Isdeuiredaskforticket.via
beoodluwn .
the great shoe factories ,of ,the Uvited. The name ol the corporation shall L. flt
." Tb. or bllBI- pressed. For rates, Pullman roaervatlon, etc., call i
\ Wge $ Imposes \\ Cemeter, place :
peer a Very' Heavy city and all that vast number> Joined wltnuss I have hereunto set
For the past week or two various rumors ol the ball be In the county In whereof my on or write I
Fine on Oullty Parti**. flees corporation band and affixed: myofflclaJ nU at West 0 150. }o,. HERHliaa. Fla. 1'...... Agent.
have been circulated to the effect ol Dade and State ol Florida, and Jte lots\
:200 West Bay$:t.,Jacksonvtlle, ,Florida:
\\i: &. \nnn.J, ) (tI}.. March 23.-Wtlljanjf. that and extensive improvements office at mien a place In read county all Its dl- Palm. Beach,Florida,thl 20th day ot Marsh
(Hawley, of Waywpesa, and ThomasJ many rector hall from time to fIme designate. A. D. 1000. ELWYN N. MOSES,
1 M Mun- I
.AJcMHU, former sheriff of Ware were contemplated by Dr. J. Notary Public In and'for the State

oiuqty: today plea/deft guilty before r yon, on his famous island; but op to this ARTICLE; SECOND. Notary's ol Florid at Large. My coramln. T. J. CAMPBELL

writing nothing definite has been given of the business betransacted Seal lion expires' January 1), 1900.
,Jnfffo Ripeer In the United i States court The general!: pafure
.eat al> oharae of peonage and wi re fined t I IM IQ out, 'and no brick and"lumber.la have been sighted} #Jo that direction. purchase and bold real waste In the County
s.op0: ) each watch wo afterwards, re4aced tit
ol Dade and,,State pi Florida lor a public
to $600 there r. M. JIndson of Tibbals, the Christian Science Services.
on eon41 tlon Jlon. # cemetery and burying\ ground i to ornament BLACKSMITHING 1IOHSE

Bhpijld. ] be no further rlolatlon. of the newly-elected State Senator from Dade Improve and adorn the name; to lay oR the First Church of Christ, Scientist, West ,

will leave the first grounds Into suitable lots,plotend parcel, SHOEING GENERAL
tow.In and Brevard counties, Palm Beach, Pia., stairs In :Masonic
roadH up
with Intervening avenue, and pathways
peBlng sentence tbe for Tallahassee where he
Judge reIttarrked of next week ,
west of Bank Clematis REPAIRING
and to null let or appropriate the Temple, on ave
that this waa the last ,time will remain throughout the sessloD'of name lor the burial ol the dead; from time to nue. Sunday services at 3:3op.m.' ; Sunday.school .

;ii there< will be such a light sentence the Legislature which convenes a week time to enlarge and Increase tbe area ol Bald at 2:30p.m.;testimonial meet-::1 I PAINTINGWAGONS
for (pile crime In his court. He ground the uecefutltlea ol tbe public or In.
;\\1> says from next Tuesday and continues in session lIa 'at first third and fifth
:that there can be no more peonage tereBtH ol corporation may require I to ngs 7:30 p.nl. on BUILT TO ORDER
i''\ tor debt In hi* district. sixty days. laYout and Improve such roads and other Wednesdays In month. All are cordi-I
The defendbnU were charged In A crowded bouse greeted frof. Frye's way within said cemetery tryundu, an may ally Invited to these services. Clematis Ave., West o road j,
illustrated lecture on the Russo-Japan bust promote the object ol the corporation ;
,141 r four .lndlctm nta with selling a negro to construct and erect receiving vault,chap. ......
/ 'wpiuan against whom no warrant was war,*at f the Opera-House Thursday evening. ell and such other buildings an may be necessary -
Houee Which the Boiler Was
iamied to McRae Bros., tor & consld ra Through Blown. A liberal portion of tbe proceedswas I for the use and convenience ol Held cemetery To Consumers

;, tlon of *50. The woman, It 'was alleged handed over to the public school i to accept aDd receive In trfivt, prop. Only :

,e,1 ,r was advised by the sneriff and today in the manifestation of sorrow, faculty and will be turned into a fund erty, stocks, bond. BecurltluM and money d

ul r'attorney that she had been convicted' Sixty factories closed their doors. being raised for the purchase' of seats forth I from cemetery persons lots,owning or the care or bring and preservationof Interested In "Remember you will getyour monev back if not Pleased.'*"

{ and fined, amd served nine month In Business i BO far a? possible was sus !, auditorium. the same,and HBO the said property, stock 14 pounds Sugar '
$1 00
a' she McRae convict camp.' pended. Street cars did.not run during The' Ladies'Aid Society of the Congregational bonds, vekurltle and money, or the Income ,

George P. Hart an M. H. Cobb, ; the funeral s rv.ces'. and the traffic church making preparations derived therefrom, for the perpetual; care, 1 pound Mocha and Java Coffee 20

Il two negro phyaldana of 'Wlaycross, on the streets was almost entirely for a fancy goods sale, which will be cemetery preservation lota and,and embellishment under such term ot the and said conditions pounds Rio Coffee 35

were put on trial In the United States stopped. given. in the parlors of The Palms on a, the By-Laws may prescribe'andto ; I 12
' Everywhere flags at half staff and! pound Lipton Tea 50
court yesterday to answer charges Thursday evening of next week. Many buy Belt and encumber inch real and perHunul < ,

{'t of peonage. Both pleaaed! putUty, buildings were all draped< with long, fancy articled. will be ,on sale and delicious I property* may be necessary or beneficial 11 pound green black or mixed Tea 25Armours

SI'B' M whereupon they were sentenced. by I black streamers atteeteq] to the presence refreshments will be served during for th e said corporation.ARTICLE .

jt Judge Emory Speer to pay a fine olfl.OOO of a great universal bereavement. THIRD. Breakfast Bacon 15c per poundArmour's

each $700 of which Is Marching bodies of silent men, ac the evening.Mrs. "
f remitted Tbe c..pltalll'to"k ot mid corporation shall Star Ham I6c
during good behavior. com'panled by bands and drum corps Celia 1$. McCreight and daugh
be Ten Thouuund Dollars, divided Into one t
r playing dirges for the lead, evidenceof ter. Miss Lltzte McCreight, of Camden,, hundred shares ol one hundred dollars each Corn Beef, Veribest, lie i' ,

MONUMENT TO DIXIE WOMEN. the great sympathy with those N. J., left for Rockledge, Daytona, St. All of ,capital stock of said corporation Roast Beef, lie "
left behind by the men and women Augustine and Jacksonville yesterday, shall be paid upon tbe organization ol.the
who went to work Monday morningand corporation White Bacon 12 1-2 "
Maoon, Ga. Veteran Now Engaged; In \ on their journev homeward. These ladles<<
This Patriotic WorK. never returned to their nomes have made an extended visit here and ARTICLE FOURTH. Cracker Jack Milk 4c a can
During the forenoon the bodies ot The term ot this corporation shall begin
Macon Ga. are enthusiastic over the climate,so much
: March 23.The grizzled
the fifty-five\ victims recovered from with the Issue ol Letters. Patent and continue
veterans o* Macon are engaged In the the factory ruing we're' p'ac-d In cas so that they hope to return another sea perpetually We will positively save you 25 rents on every dollar spent for Groceries.

4, taahi of erecting a monument In that kets. Tho funeral' servVes! were arranged son. ARTICLE FIFTH. Respectfully( x

' 1 l l'r'' city1' to the 'Women of the south, who, one At fiety: : Ui atpr, another The trim little ferry steamer Palm The stockholders at the first annual meetIng THE LAKE WORTH 'GROCERY CO. '

C by their love, sacrifice and devotion, at ,the Porter ...Cc:1gregUonalchuTch Beach made; her last trip for the season to be held on the second ednnsduy In

,! made possible the heroism of 18G1-18CC. the third at St Paul's Eplsco! ; across Lake Worth Wednesday night, February D. IOOG, and annually thereafter By H. J. BURKHARDT J4'
shall elect five o' their number a* Directors
+ As old age creeps on them, the boys
f of pal church. at II o'clock, and Is now tied up at the 80 the sixties
are now passing away
ferry dock, The smaller gasoline launches thereafter, shall elect from their number aPresideut.Viee
i. rapidly. It Ja their hearts' desire to .
, TAR HEELS REPUBLICANS MEET. will perform ferry service during the -Vlce-I'.ldent..Secretary Treas.urer ,
see this work, so long delayed, begun, Until their first. annual meeting Wll- CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida +
ticket office also
The was
and, at least, the base or pedestal summer ferry mon \Vhllldln shall act all President C.C.
pt.. I Vice President Fairbanks the Guest of for the and ad Western Meats :
,, placed In position, to receive he mono.i closed yesterday summer Chllllngwortb as VUe-ProHldent Wallace It. lI Poultry Game and Eggs. .
Honor and Principal Speaker. passengers will hereafter pay fares aboard Moses an Secretary anil Treasurer, and all'
i anent proper. Mail Order Receive Careful Attention.
They believe that old soldIer Greensboro. N. C., March) 23.-Three I the; boat. the Ineorporatcir a* Directors.
I hundred guests, Including Republicans I II Tho buslneHS of thelcorporatlon! shall beconducted I Jefferson 'Block WEST PALM BEACH
who reads this will recall what out Mr. John F. Mealey, a prominent lit by the Board of Directors |
women did during the trying period, I of prominence from all parts of this from Washiogton D. C.who ,
and other states, II.ttendedthe banquetof erary man 9P r
} will want to contribute something
UK has traveled extensively both in this "
the Tar Heel club here ? vvvvvvvvvvvavvvvwavyvvv Tvyyyvvvvvvvvyvvv'vvy1YVTv1FF1/vTYvvyvrivr7Vmj 2
last night,
K but trifle. Every son and grand.
I and Europe; that Palm % +
at President Fairbanksand d
eon of an old soldier, having beard the .
: Revenue Commissioner Yerk Beach Is.tbe most charming; spot he has
d of the devotion of the 01
+ tory women the ever found. With its good toads, fine climate -
were principal ot .
the south, will want to contribute.
t' I, On calling the meeting to order the Palm Beach, he says, certainly
The Idea of erecting this 'monument

In Macon, a little in front of the new I toastmaster, Hon EL Spencer 'Black. "Paradise regained." Mr. Mealey will The First National BankiVlieimi. I It

t city hall and auditorium orIginatedWith burn, read a telegram/ regret from leave here for Daytona tomorrow aud I
Postmaster General'Cbrtelyou visit of interest
the members of R. A. Smith camp\;, I I regretting will Southern Georgia points

.ti United Confederate Veteran.i that he could not be present. The before nis return' to his Northern

toastmaster then, delivered a short ad. home

dress In which he congratulated the
i BOYS ATTACK LITTLE GIRL. state Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Con uer,who have Florida
Republicans of the upon the elimination
for the three weeks been guests of ,
of the race Issue and: the dawn. past I ,
it 6 rlou I is Made Against Two and who for sixteen .
Charge lag of a better political day In this Mrs. R. B. Moore, ,

Youth In Clayton County, Ga.. section. continuous seasons, were friends and t. E ,.

Jonesboio, Ga., March 23.- wel!' guests! of the famous. Dell more Cottage, I

Smith white boy of 16, and left for Stuart, where the will
young Boiler Explosion Kill Negro ait*. yesterday E Report of Condition Tuesday March 14 1905 ;
l1 Will McOlashan, a negro of about the spend a few days enjoying1 the excellent ,
Reynolds, Ga., March 23.-A fatal
same age, were lodged In Jail here on fishing around that place. From Stuart Y

a charge of having Ill-used little Nellie boiler explosion occurred on the plan. they will proceed to the West Coast to Condensed from Report; to the Comptroller of the Currf'ncy.I .
tatlon of F. C. Goodwin, about 2:I mdles
of 11.
Collide, a school girl spend a month or so before returning to r ,
It seems that the child, who (& a north of Reynolds. Mr. Goodwin was their hqme in Ocean Grove,N. J. Mr. +
running a corn shredder with a small tC
of :Mrs. Sallle conkle, was
daughter Conner-was one of the successful manu : .J
/Steam engine and had quite a numberof

returning through' railroad front school cut,Just and above,In passing LoveJoy hands 'working around the .machine. facturers of Trenton, N. J.j. bat about i I Resources : Officers : E

Without the three years ago retired twin business
met the two boys. warning boiled exploded, Grove. Loans Dud Discounts.................$ 102,095;: 80 E 1
A of the _and moved to Ocean E. Drelsrord 1
,, Doth of (he accused stoutly protest piece flying metal struck two : oU. President. :: 4C

their innocence. The white toy li negro girls 'Blalock. by name, who (}verdratts.................................... 607 OR Edwin A. Waddell, Vice-President, tE
were working close together, killing Temperance
Y an orphan, but Is related to fairly both of them Instantly Their heads Legislation. Banking Blouse"' ...................,....... 18,600 00 W. II. Spitzer, Vlce-Prasident. E
In the lower
well-to-do parties
o| Clayton 'yount>r. The' victim\ ol were horribly mangled. Two other Temperance workers will make a big U. S. Bonds.......$ 53,000 00 Edward C, ItomlhCashier E
girls who' were near. the Boiler were! fight before the legislature, but just what
the attaok .U lo an extremely: bad con it. ,
dttlon.There. paln-Sully but not sarou 117 scalded. bill will be agreed upon by the advocates City of J&ofcsoville t '

19 no excitement her, and no cannot be determined says a Tallahassee Bonds........ 17,000 00 Board of Directors : =
:rumors of any unusual agitation. at {htxjene < Noted Mall Robber correspondent. Hon. W. I;, Graham, Pittsburgh, Fa., -
There i I" an effort now, being made to With .Dunks........ 35,552 00
of the crime. Taiooma, Wash., March: : 23.-Albert 5 5 5 President Pittsburgh, Trust Co ,

-. -- F. Bell, 'one of the moet noted mall have resolution Introduced'which proposing will a Cash In Vault ...... 19,049 99 E. bf: Brelsford President. '
robbers In the United States constitutional '
pouch ,
if 8E.CONP CHARGE_ OF PEONAGE. baa made a successful daab, for liberty prevent the shipping to tbe state of any Due from tl. S. M. K. Salsbury, Pittsburgh, Pa n
President Midland Coal Co
iGr Alabaman Hs ten st4 Again!, at the United; States prison on Mc ptoxfcating l wore. Treasurer......... ,2,50n 00 }27,702 05 .
Neil's \Island,. and escaped Into the Another idea, that conservatives on. G. C. Frtssell 1 I, Miami( I, Plat t,

;p lloatgoonery for 8,.rlou Ala.*, Otfens March S3.-John heavy woods nsfer the prison. The eider silly, is to prevent the sate of cer- Total............!................... $339,004 43 J. B. Lummls, Merchant; j a 1'

i( county hat bloodhounds at the prison ''Were 'IU.. ala patent medicine containing alcohol ---w+r--r 1 / Real '
W. pace, of Tallapoosa B. A. Waddell, Vice President, Estate. '
r a charged watt holding no m dately( pressed Into service. Bell} I" dry counties. This bill, it IS said Is Liabilities : ,
been again Burdine
l cited Is wanted In many cities In the United gotten up In the .I interest of physicianswho. W. M. Merchant i

"+ to gross appear, in peonage before th@and United was today States! dltrlot -Staten and was arrested here last April adhering to a rule of the profession, Capital......................'..................$ 50,000 00 W. H. SpUzer Vice.Prenldent. J

court In Montgomery on March for stealing mall pouch at Seattle do not advertise and who object to any Surplus and Profits.............:....... 4,103 08 M. Shanahan, Treasurer Bissell Carpet Sweeper Co., "'
and sentenced to two> years': Imprison' advertisement that are In opposition to Grand Rapids, Mich a > ,I

p' 80. convicted olthis' meat. them. Such a bill would not only be a National BankNotes$ 50,000 00 ,
r Pace was two year ago C, C. Chllliagworth, Attorney. i

ohahrge and sentenced; to flvyears' slap at the drug stores, but nearly every Deposits.................. 234,901 85 284,901 85 A. P. Anthony, Vice President Anthony Bros. ((
t confinement. Hla appeal: la thli, John W. Gate*. In !Mississippi. country grocery'store in the state. Such

i case is stll pending. Jackson, MI as., March 23.-John W. a proposition would ony result in the 4. Tplal; ................................. $339PO. 43 Edward C. Rornfh. Cashier, de

District Attorney Reese baa filed pates, the well known millionaire, who ending outatdo of the state thousands L e o oNeopa.e. eeee eea el ee.NfeeNNeef't + p ONM t:t ; 'I

with Judgo Jones a (petition (tot spent a short while In the city last iollar, remedies, the profits of which :

A writ of habeas corpii\, directing: pac; night, stated; publicly that be was not should go to the Floilda-merchant.. -Miimt Three per cent interest paid on 8aviugsaccounts .|
r to (.bring' Arthur Lewis and Q. T. LewIs now Interested. In any deals' ,of any Record.Kodol .

,, two negro boys, Into the United character: Mr. Gate stated that fa* I .

8tat s court and to show why they was nay engaged j In ant "KtlTft( business ,- Dyspepsia Cure t..n.mtrm'rnrtmmlTTT'TTv'w' y .mmmvVVi..m.m.a'' *&.'.)1J't r

were restrained of their liberty. Judge enterprises at present and. l Is pay. t t( .J'' ; .. ...ii, ................................... ...... ....... ."......... ............&.. ....4, .
Jon a granted. tho'Tlt. t tylt no attention to yh.lttQclc' Wi rk9,. UgQt. 'pi-yo!! AAAAAAA/

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    ''l ;,, the Jacksonville Board of Trade Urging PARAGRAPHS $ TfffCr&Q & 3t3 .' f:' "t
    MAY\ HAVE TOCONDEMN r ? +s 3a: 3oE # 5$
    that .
    the local board indorse a bill en- "
    LANDS titled: "A bill to regulate the sale of PURELY PERSONALPeople V "': a
    stocks in bulk," and the second: "An 'THE '
    1. ,:: continued front page 1. act to amend the Constitution relatingto :4.3 They Come and Go-- d 'N
    the garnishment of wages." This bill
    of that when be first People Whom You Mayor '
    ) way progress; proposed provides that steps be taken to amend TROPICAL
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    1.; 5.f;. to sell it to the drainage promoters ; the Constitution so that a partial garnishment May Not Know. < ";;

    tt be wanted $3,000, but as soon as another of wages can be made upon married

    J;: route had been surveyed, through which men. Both the requests were re- I Mr. M. B. Gruber spent Thursday In ;
    j'' a right of way could be secured for f 1,700, ferred to the Committee on Laws.' Miami on business, : "

    'f i Dr. Munyon: immediately scaled his figures Mr. J. F Hoffman, representing the Capt. W.,. H. Moore, of Hypoluxo, (! ,
    ', + I: to |r,500 It was. further conceded Improved Order of Red Men. brought was in the city yesterday. T4I ;$: *- I

    I ; by business men present that, instead of to the attention of the board the fact I'' Mr. George W. Lalnbart has ,
    t ;: being damaged, the holdings of Dr. that, on May 16 and 17, the local lodge gone
    North for a three weeks' business trip.
    u'c .' Munyon would be materially benefited will entertain the Great Council of the
    :. and enhanced in value. In short, Dr. State of Florida, and he invited the I Mrs. L. A. Willson was callej to Kis- ESTATE I

    :s; :Muayon was "roasted" more than once Board of Trade to co-operate with the ,, ultnmee Thursday by the illness of her t during the evening. Red Men in providing entertainment for mother, Mrs. Frader.I :' ;
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    4f In answer to a question from Mr. J. R. the fifty or more delegates who will attend Messrs. il. r. Dye and S. C. Dye, of < i >jHi
    .j i r, Anthony, Jr., Mr. W. I. Metcalf stated and to assist in making the occasion West Palm Beach, were visitors in Miami i-w
    that condemnation proceedings would one of profit to the,city as well as a yesterday. Miami Metropolis Thurs. EXCHANGEREAL
    ? ; unquestionably be legal. He said the pleasure to the delegates and visitors. day. This week offersSeveral

    statutes provided that, acting upon a In this connection it developed that a "Mr. and Mrs. Charles VanCampen, of -

    a ', 'petition -signed by a given number of rate of one and one-third fare had been Rochester, Wiu., are here for a >eeks v 7
    '. fl.; i property owners, the Hoard of County secured over the Florida East Coast Rail. sightseeing and pleasure. The are'at ""
    Commissioners could appoint viewers or way, and a similar rate had been prom. Minaret Cottage. \

    .\ \! appraisers of the lauds in question and ised from all points iu Florida by the Mrs. J. W.: Sanders and her two little: i Choice i Bargains .
    ''t( ( proceed with the work of drainage. lIe officials of other roads. left
    sons yesterday for Fitzgerald, Ga.,
    further said that it was in the power of On motion a committee, consisting of to visit a few weeks. They nil! be joined '-
    'f) the county to issue scrip to carryon the chairman, E. T. Moore, M. E. Gru there in a week or two'bS Mr. Sanders.Mr. .. in '
    such work cf improvement. ber and Secretary II. P. Branning: was t 'e ;I
    Silas B. Wright, a well known
    (\ On motion of Mr. M. E. Gruber and appointed to cooperate with the Red '
    ; Mr II. P. Branning the report of the Men. Floridian,especially among the Masonic !+ Lake: Front Cottag s-'-Residences In West Palm Beach-Residence r'yo

    + committee was accepted and the committee WANT LOWER INSURANCE. fraternity, was In the city Wedoe day. and Hotel sites and Winter Homes at Palm Beach, north of Royal Poiuciana grounds Beautiful
    I Mr. Wright's home is In DeLand, wherehe Lake Front Lots in full view of East Side hotel
    ', {: was continued, which leaves it Mr. M. E. Gruber made a moye in the grounds and cottages-Furnished and Unfurnished yf
    has extensive business *
    ,,' optional with the special committee us right: direction just before the meeting ;.c., Houses in West Palm Beach
    / to whether condemnation proceedingsshall Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jones, of Chicago,
    adjourned: when be called the attentionof :
    be instituted or the right of way the board to the fact that it was about after a pleasant stay at Minaret Cottage, These bargains are well worth investigation r rl
    left for )home
    i' Mr. and
    on Wednesday.
    purchased or secured i I- some (other way. time the Insurance companies were lowering -
    Mrs. Jones are much with this l b.y prospective of side of Lake rtfj
    4, "" WOULD PROTECT; FISH. the ration fire insurance in West so pleased any buyers property on either Worth.
    f '' Communications receive i''rrom Palm Beach. The gasoline tanks had section of Florida that they will. locate j:
    were < here and build a winter home. Office first door north of Dade County State Bank.
    .Messrs. J. C. Stowers and George C. LaGrange been removed to a safe distance from the

    )? /: ,complaining that the use of nets business portion of the city, a splendidwater j>. .
    ; and setnes by fishermen In Lake Worth service had been secured one of
    .s.s.r.fll .A. threatened to destroy one of the greatest the best fire departments in the country :
    Get Lane .
    r attractions that the city offered to the had recently demonstrated its ability to ,
    tourist-that qf fishing for sport. Thebe handle the fire fiend, and, in fact, everything
    t gentlemen asked that the Board of Trade had been accomplished that the to op :your BARGAINSin t'-

    $ ',*, urge upon representatives in the State insurance companies had requested. It Gas I $ '"
    Legislature the necersily of protecting was now up to them to give the city a Engine I IINCOBPOBATKP G

    t HI the fish in the waters. of Lake Worth by lower rate. Repairing REAL, ESTATEPalm The Beaeh Club

    ,' : enacting a law that would prohibit the, A motion prevailed that the chair ap.point Beach Residence Lot-Two miles
    1, : use ot seiues and nets. Several gentlemen : a committee of two to take the north of Poinciana for sale at a bargain. ( ) "
    ?4, ; l present claimed that the use of I IJI I I matter up with the Southeastern Tariff I Pineapple Plantation and Residence-forty

    JI i, seines and nets in no way affected the Association. The chair stated that be five acres! on canal, near Jupiter, ten estaattant '
    ) quantity of fish in the lake, and white I would appoint this committee later and Fancy Indian River Oranges acres she lded nines, first class groom
    house windmill, tank, piping, for sale
    1 this announced
    morning that he had
    \; matter was being discussed Attorney appointed
    for cash.
    Wliolenal. and Retail very cheap Apply to
    at f. ;, Metcalf suggested that it was useless to Messrs. M. E. Gruber, J. C. --

    (it' to argue the question at present a. such Stowers and G. G. Strohm. Poultry and Eggs WALLACE R. MOSES, ,
    '}1 1 n. '' legislation would necessarily come The board adjourned at 10 o'clock. West Palm Beach. '
    '\\l i'; der the head of "special uo.1 LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO. Bt1eakfastt:; Imneheon: Dinner, ,
    The Tropical Sun Is sale
    ;t .' ", notice of which must be given sixty at Idner &; Son' always on The Realty :Mortgage Company ot : AT ALL HOURS
    i1: t I prior to the convening of the State Leg C. H. PRICE, naitager West Palm Beach, Fla., has an abunl- '
    .'!"' Y 'I islature. I All farmers desiring loans should Olive Street West Palm.BeachFia ance of funds to loan farmers. n9tf ,
    '; It was, stated that the'fishing Industry I address or call on the Realty Mortgage .'
    iu West Palm Beach was a greater source Company West Palm BeachFla., I
    f. t ;, I of revenue than that element of tourist Palm Beach. Flo. n9tf '- .. .__ a_" ...__.__ _._ ---' Special Orders Received for Partiesof -

    (d trade which comes here for the sole purpose : Three or Here
    School desk and Inks, supplies and I
    "" of fish
    catching merely for sport.
    ::1 following thisatatement it was moved blank books, at Idner's. fiattttis & Epps -- ,

    % ,J' and carried that a committee of three be Leave .
    your orders at The TropicalSun
    I I t a (" appointed gather statistics concerning office for all kinds of engravedand HIGH-GRADE Open To Members Only ,
    the fishing Industry about the city and I ;
    ,. present the same at the next session of I It monogram stationery and visiting SEASON OP 1905
    i. '. the board. The chair appointed as this cards. Men's I
    & Shoes
    Kl: : f committee Messrs. George Newcomb, "Sermons by the DeviL" Bee It- Furnishings

    _ ,te \r a :.' John B. Beach and Charles B. Kendall. read It. At Idner's.
    !1\-\ i. Two more requests for relief from the V

    j' .. ""State Legislature were laid before the Finest line off candles at the Ma-
    X, '. ,: "t board, the first of which was( a bill from' JewskI bakery. Sole Agents for ,this City for the following

    h1; Strong Lines of Merchandise
    t Don't Iiia1m
    i You
    Beach }
    Buy ar '
    I ,i, \" Shoes for MenThe T ;
    atl f FurnitureUntil o Loss .- ,
    /J I \ 'I. ,
    I14;; Banister" Shoe. $5.00 and $6.00 Town Lbts. .
    r ''f Fifty ,
    1t" You r'1' The Cross tt" tlhoe./3, f 4 and $5 ) .
    1" 8.6t 111
    I L See Per The 'Hamilton Brown" Shoe #2 to $4

    'if. ,,;.j .,:. Catalogue Our Cent Shoes- for, Women. Choice t Rfiiliiii n Lois L

    ; ;; When \
    The "LaFra ce" Shoe, $3.00 from $200 '
    f'1\1\ \ up, .
    ,; Mail "
    You The Fetors" Shoe $2.50 and $3.50 '
    I :? i Orders one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

    j: '' Receive _, i: Pass installments, on reasonable time according
    +flJ,if I' f" i i Prompt Ua 4awes fiats to price of lot. ..

    ; Attention. n" For plats and fall Information apply to $

    i1 j!' *) Look at this beautiful Quartered Oak China Cabinet, 71 Inches high, 43 Jf wide, Cluett SQittts WALLACE R. MOSES
    ,f ? : With plain oak back, only $19.75. With mirror back 1 10x36 and 4 8x36 will ,
    J\"t cost<< {1.75 each extra. This is a rare bargain. Send me the cash today and. I will .Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department. '' '
    1. sbip.at once from factory
    \ r .Our Shoes are at HomeIn 5- West Palm Beach, Florida. i f

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