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: April 29, 1905
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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rrm?," ::4arf VI* news TROPICAL,it uti BUM,,.n,,::ai.J r.nrMf : VOL. XIX, HO. 18. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY APRIL 29, 1905-- PRICE 5 GENTS WHOLE NO. 1078

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:: I WAS MODIFIED I I Impressive Ceremonies of Confederate Famous Palm-Beach'- Suit Set- SOME 'CONCESSIONS

Memorial tled in United States ,

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Thirty-four 'members answered to the WUereaa, This Board of Trade and the custom : After all' that has been saM and done county and myself to pay the bill, I l1

roll-call of the regular business meeting citizens of this city do not wish to be According to Wednesday ts.observed In the United States Court at Jacksonville in regard: to the matter, of drainage of strongly object to it, '.

of the West Palm Beach Board of Trade misunderstood in their attitude toward in this city as Confederate Wednesday the jury in the case of the submerged lands west of the city i it "Again I cay, if I am wrong and if
; any public Improvement or project tending Memorial Day. The day' was an ideal Harlan P. Dye vs. Melville E. Spencer, you will take this up with Mr. Eugene t
.last Wednesday night: and there were to the betterment prosperity and one and the program aa announced and ''II. suit in ejectment rendered a verdict now appears that an amicable settlementas Dtmick and the Commissioners and !

4!, :, fully that many vlstors present who improvement of our fair State; and published was carried:: out without a In favor of the plaintiff The property to the dispute of the right of way Mr. Metcalf, and state these facts to

were. Interested in, the welfare of Went Whereas On the contrary it Is a part flaw.Most involved Is at Palm Beach and from through the Munyon property may yet them as I see them, I am perfectly will

/: Palm Beach. It was one of the best at- of the organic law of this Board of Tradeto of those who were to take part which the plaintiff sued\ to eject the delendant be reached. '. lug to abide by their decfron as gentle Ij, 'Y

(' and to advocate far in the services, together with very many Is described as follows accord men.
i, tended meetings ever held by the board. encourage so as The following letter from Dr. Munyon q{
. it properly can, every measure and step, citizens assembled In the city park between lag to a' survey made by R B. Burch- "I not believe that they wlah to see
Tbe meeting was presided over by to his local Mr. G. Can le
: George ,
agent vl
legislative or otherwise, looking to local three and four o'clock and with field in May 1903 me injured any more than I wish, to put "
, President E. T. Moore, Mf. E:. T. Moore President xif the explains; itself; and it is learned this .ti
and State advancement and progress; Commencing at the southwest cornerof the county to any expense in /fighting
After tbe adoption of the minutes of now therefore, be it Board of Trade as marshal of the (clay lot 2, section 10, township 43 south, morning that the Board of Trade Drain-I for the right of way. The whole.matter ati

i the previous meeting the regular order Resolved, That this Board of Trade proceeded in carriages alid by otter I range'43 east, and running thence norm site Committee will at once amounts to but very little; and liS I say,

". of business was taken up but there were does not nor has it in any manner expressed I means of conveyance, to Lakeside Ceme I on the west boundary line of said! section matter up and endeavor to make a valuation my objection are solely on the ground ('
of tbe which the
:'! no reports from any of the standing com- said railroad tery. 73 feet, more or less, to the"poln t property through that this act of the county as I under
or Implied, opposed canal is to be built
,J1 lttees. building or extension from the Here a platform had been erected where the line known as the "Potte : stand it, make valueless land valuable'
"As condemnation
Mr. W. II. DaCatnrra chairman of mainland of Florida to Key West, providing Facing the east, surrounded by a rustic line" intersects the said section; thence regards the pro and benefits same half dozen people. ,
I will that I hate
the special committee' appointed at the its charter and' authority is so railing and having a rustic background. south 73 feet more or lean, and thence ceedings say mightily: Now I want to know why these half a %
to few enrich themselves at
last regular meeting of the board to look framed as to do justice alike to its promoters At,the back 01 the platform were Con 75 chains and 25 links to, the pUce o f the see people of the and myself dozen people should not be willing to
into the matter of getting up an appropriate and Its federate and Union flags prettily draped beginning. expense county pay something for what the county proposes .
As I have If it for the
celebration oi the Fourth of July, together: and beneath them a large ,i The jury was out about half an hour always mid was to do. There is no occasion for o oany
Reserved! That such a bill, containing sole benefit of the town or county I would '
reported that the committee deemed it floral cross on either side of which was a and returned the verdict at I p. m. The misunderstanding or litigation.
such safeguards and provisions as will not stand in the moment but k
;'//it advisable to first secure attractive rail- most beautiful wreath of red and white trial of the case was begun last Thurs "' I believe that Mr. Metcalf and Mr. j't'
secure the end and purposes of tbe foregoing when they seek to take part of land i,
o road rates to the city. To this) end the I should be flowers and green leaves one wreath day. The plaintiff was represented by Dimlck and the Board qf Trade of Palm I
matter had been taken up with Mr,J. R. resolutions encouragedand bearing a card inscribed "To our heroesin Bisbee & Bdell and the defendant by and throw up a high: bank all along that Beach and the County. Commissioners,
advocated by our State Senator and I have to move at some time without I
Parfott: of the Florida East: Coast Rail- gray" and the other "To our heroesin C. CuChillingworth and A. W. Cockrell if consulted In this matter, will do the 41"t
Representative in the Legislature*, making compensation for same, I
,', 1 way, who had writtfn a very encouraging blue," These wreathe were the giftof & Son. square thing) by me as well as by the
" letter back stating that he and his Resolved, That, in the: judgment of consider that it is manifestly unfair. I ''
i; 'Mr. Belden the florist. The railing people who own the back lands and I
would do anything that lay this beard, such amendment!, ,should be "If you" or else can show inn
road might I vines anyone i
of the platform was wound with in Address to the children: Judge A. J. am perfectly willing to leave it to them.
in their for the advancement of I made or legislation to be enacted by the that I am wrong in this matter and that
(F' power an attractive manner. There must have Lewis Only of course, I must as stated, insist
the city. Mr. Parrott's letter further present Legislature, aa will authorize the been a good big wagon load 'of' flowers Hymn, "God be with. us till 'we Meet the people themselves are the ones to be that if lilY water supply is in any way interfered '

stated that the matter of rates had been employment the Railroad Commissionof banked against the platform all of which I again." benefited shall be the last person In with that the county shall give. ; '

: ,A. referred to Traffic Manager J. P.' Beck- an expert railroad account or accountants were used decorating the graves of Benediction. the world to put in any objections. On a bond to make good any losaJjThe mat .

1 i with. Report accepted and committee to examine and audit accounts and the departed soldiers as were the Mrs. J. B. Beach had charge of the be: contrary I. should be glad to do I ter of a few hundred dollars for tbi: rightof
returns, and an experienced railroad what J could the welfare of
continued. to promote ?
wreaths. hildeu I who took active part in the ex- way la the least that I care for."I 1 +
A communication from a Democratic construction engineer or engineers, to Upon the speakers stand were Major iciaes I and the general committee, or I the town and county."I want to repeat again that I do-
' ascertain the actual cost of constructionand
Referendum Club tn Washington was reported J. R. Anthony, master of ceremonies; I committee on decoration was composedf certainly shall hold the county re- think that the people who are to be benefited i

by the Secretary but some charitably equipment of the present Florida Major! G. G. Currie President E. T. Mrs. B. II. Doster.Mrs. R. E. Crutch- sponsible for any damage that it may do are the ones who should stand the

disposed member proposed that East Coast Railway and its branches and Moore of the Board of Trade PresidentGeo field I and Miss Aimee Lee Harris AUf my waterworks and for any losses that loss for moving the dirt th"it they throw

its reading: be dispensed with and that the proposed extension from the mainland 'B. Baker of the City Council; I) these ladies are entitled to much credit I( may sustain no matter what the cost upon my banks and the ones that should

.l? ,. the circular be published in the local to Key West Principal C. V. Waugh of the public i for the successful carrying out of a may be to me. be responsible for any damages that may 1 VS

' ,, press. The suggestion was adopted by Resolved,' That we believe eight ((8)) school; Rev. J. J. Vaulx, chaplain of the I genuine memorial day program, both ''If the people who own these back occur to me through their deepening the

the board, but the press declined with per cent, to be a fair rate of interest U. D. C., Revs. Henry Hice and F. W. I IWeatberwas. the blue and tbe*gray affiliating in a lands-who are to be really benefited canal. +

thanks. upon the actual cost of said extension brotherly I i manner as though there had will make auy concession whatever to "Talk this matter over with the people'

k ANOTHER RESOLUTION. and its equipment provided always that Following was the order of exercises : never been any unpleasantness.The the county or town I will be as liberalas nterested' and see if they do not agree .

Judge H B. Saunders read the follow the Railroad Commission shall he vested Prayer Rev. J..J. Vaulx. V any of them;; but for them to sit back that I am perfectly fair in this matter. :

ing resolution and moved for itsf adoption. with the power'authority and means to Song "My; Country 'tis of Thee." Board of Trade of West Palm and get all the benefits and force the "Yours sincerely J. M. MUNYON."

'iz,. The motion was seconded by Mr: ascertain said actual cost ai' provided in Address Mayor Currie. i J Beach are making preparations (for an ,lift. f'

;; J. A. McDonald and carried unanimously the preceding resolution.: .Address, Rev.: C, V. ,Waugh. j elaborate Fourth of July celebration.
Resolved, Tb it a copy of these resolutions ,Hymn "Nearer my God to Thee." J Miami News. See Mr. Bob"Tuesday General Lee ) r.
be forwarded to our State Senato'r.to ,
resolutions as to Senate -
: Supplementary bill No. li, adopted at'the regular our Representative, to the Speaker of NightA StrIcken 111 ,;I IWashington ; '

the House and to the President of the ...
: meeting of the West Palm Beach Boardof Key West Extension Bill ---- ,
Trade on April 26, 1905-: Senate oyer the signature of the Presi- rare treat awaits( the public in the April :28.-General Fitc-: ,d i!
'Vhereae. impression seems to pre- dent and Secretary lot, this, Board of presentation of the three-act drama en- hugh Lee while on Ms way from Bostonto Yi

ri vail in certain circles that the action off Trade. E. T. MOORS Passes the State SenateTallahassee titled "Mr. Bob" which is to be put on New York was stricken with apoplexy' : .

f|d.. f the Board of Trade of West Palm Beach, President West Palm. Beach Board of -.-.-- the board ,at Zapfs Opera-House next shortly after'he left Harlem river: ." '14....

m,.,y at the special meeting held on April 17 Trade. Tuesday evening, by the pupils of the His left side is affected and when the k :.r ,
in the adoption of certain resolutions Attest: H. P. BB.ANNING Secretary. April 27. Toward the the bill, but would have supported it on higher grades of the West Palm Beach train reached Washington at 10 o'clock kl'' J ),i'

thereat, regarding the pending railroadbill ,April 26, 1905. close of.the morning session of the Senate the floor. Grammar School. i he was Diet by Secretary of War Taft ',,d '"

in the Florida Legislature to encourage A motion to adjourn then prevailed Dr. Crill announced, that be was Senator :r.basey.aid he doubted the This drama is altogether one of the and Dr Leon Gurgeon, the Pennsylvania ry"A"A

,. the building of a railroad from the and thus ended one of the best attended about to leave' on committee work, and constitutionally of the bill bat it was of most Interesting and entertaining ever Railroad physician. A physician was at

mainland of Florida to Key West was and most harmonious meetlngse held asked unanimous consent to amend the inch vast importance that he would I undertaken by amateurs and the cast, also with General Lee on the,train. The .. ai

I, r inimical to laid project and to said bill by any organization in the_ city of West bill providing for the construction of a waive a personal opinion and vole for ,I as arranged forts production here next outcome of the affliction can not be

as a whole; andEverglade Palm Beach. railway from the mainland to the city of. the bill. Tuesday night, baa been well placed.' foretold. 5
Key West for the purpose of eliminating' Senator Blount said that if his vote Those who have seen the play in former f

such parts of sections of the bill as had had been necessary to secure the passage wears have no hesitancy in predicting Easter at Holy;Trlnltv. aft
r Drainage. Orange Crop Short. t been objected to. of the bill he would have voted for it. that every part will be filled. The Easter: services at Holy Trinity k

Tbe Tallahassee correspondent of the Judging from the amount of bloom Consent was. granted and allot section lie said that be considered the bill in Following is the cast. ; last Sunday In commemoration of the 1

Florida Sun says:. "Gov. Broward has which has thus far put forth the orange 5 following the words "Key West" was violation of constitutional: provisions, "Philip Royaou yachtsman T. Edwin '- ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ, were ,

prepared a special message to the Legislature ; crop of practically the entire belt in cut out by amendment. which inhibit special legislation favorof Parrish. very beautiful and the floral decora- h'

: which will be transmitted early in Florida will be much short of last sea Dr. Crill then asked that the bill be railroad companies, and would there- "Robert Brown." clerk for Benson & tions were exceptionally good and harmonious + nl

", the week, on the'drainage proposition I son. Almost everywhere the trees seem placed on its final passage. fore vote "no;" but he felt that no bill ,Benson, Harry Sirkin. consisting of delicate !green e'
which formed so Important plank Inhie to have spent their energy in getting a Senator Hudson said that he felt that I was so fraught with benificence to Flor 'Jenkins," Miss Rebecca's butler vine., relieved by masses of white flow '

platform. A bill specifically cover- new crop of leaves and blossoms have the bill, in its amended fijrm, presented : ida as this measuie and ,hat the whole Philip Helm. ers. Many Easter lilies and pond lilies ,

: ft lug the same ground: will alsobe| intro been very scarce. nothing: objectionable; but be would like State would be benefited.On "Miss Rebecca Luke, a maiden lady graced the altar. A tall rood screen and r q

duced some time the first of the week. Mr, M. F. Robinson, of Sanford. who to have another day to. consider It, and roll-call the vote was- Mice Jessie Conklin. a cross of fern leaves, with a cluster of i?

The title of the bill may be summarized has charge of the very extensive orange I asked that it be allowed to lie over until Yens-Messrs. Adams Alford Brown "Katherine Rogers," her niece Miss white oleander in the center were moat I'') i.

?' :j as follows: 'An Act for the organizationof I I groves of the Travel1eu'Insurance Com tomorrow which be finally reduced. to Canova Carter, Crane Crews Crill, Julia Dofller. fiking. The, music by the choir was

A drainage districts in charge |lof the I pany said to The News representativethe a motion. Faulkner, Gillen. Harris, HudsonHorn- "Marion Bryant," Katherlne's friend excellent the special numbers being well f M

Board of Internal Improvement etc. other day: "I have visited most of The motion was lost and the bill was pbries. Lee. ,McCreary Massey Neel Miss Bertha Elliott. rendered and chosen, aa follows: Offer, '

The lands are to be assesaedforthe ben. tbe groves in my charge and they are placed upon Its third reading and passed. Newman Raney, Sams Scott,. Wads- "Patty"Rebecca'maid. Miss Isabelle tory, "Sing, Ye People Gladly Sing," {' l
of tbe State. The bloomis Accompanying the vote .on tbe bill Garrett. by W. F Waddell; the choral communion ) '
efit derived from the drainage system In various part worth West, Wilson and Zlm-25. '
explantions. Senator Bionnt Tbe play will be presented with a view service consisting of the "Kyrie
by this Important measure, very light and I doubt if there will be many The President and Senator
proposed Nay .
of of asked to be passed. of raising funds to aid in the purchase 'Eleiw," "Sanctus" "Benrdlctun Qui
the cent
..while on the other baud owners more than 25 per a crop. Blount; paired, Clark for and Jackson
the When Senator Clark's name was of seats for the school auditorium which Venit" "Agnus Dei" and "Gloria 10Excelsl.
A lands as: be injured by is told here and else. Davis. j "
such may The same story against. Absent. Bailey and
be duly .in 1 reached he stated that be was paired lone should Insure a full house. Prices .." all by Berthold Tours, and '
'" of the canals will It is near a certainty that l'
% v' opening which where. pretty with Senator Jackson who was againstthe On motion of Senator Harris tbe bill of admission' will be 50 33 and 23 cents, Rowley's "Te Dennu" At the evening ti,
,i,,, ; demnified.' The principle upon the shipment will fall off heavily next bill. was immediately certified to the House .service "Christ Our Passover," as arranged ;

', this bill I. based Is identical with that season.-Florida correspondence New Senator Hudson said that hewouldyote where it was referred to the Committeeon Won a Name of Fame. r>y Chappie was sung. 'Jfr
conducts a
.1 upon which a municipality The abutting York Fruit and .Produce.. News for the bill but would like to have Railroads after the passage of a motion DeWitt' Little Early Risers, the famous -
j' street paving' i Improgement. -- -- l bad another day to look into it. by Mr.'Buckuian, ordering 200 copies little pili.,have been made famousby Tomorrow morning at 11 ,o'clock lathe .
;' property is assessed its pro rata Mr. Arthur SplUer left last night for Harris stated that he printed. their certain yet harmless and gentle hour aet' for the funeral of the late 4
share of the benefits Involved, while any West Palm Beach where be will stop a Speaker was The action upon the bowels and liver. They Joseph'Jtfleraoo, and at that hour Rev
be depreciated Grand paired with Senator Stockton, with tbe Committee Railroads and Tel. have no equal for biliousness constipation J:1.: rector'of y ywill
value may and then on to Vanlx. Holy Trinity church,
whose few days, go
property understanding that if section 3 of the bill egraphs of which Mr. Dorman I U etc. They do not weaken the stomach -
b'b indemnity. where he will be engaged ch.lr-j conduct a memorial service in West
Is Rapids Michigan, was amended the pair was released and mane considered the bill this gripe or make you feel sick. Orce
in "construction work all sum used always preferred.. They strengthen Palm Beach to which. the public is in,
"Remember you will gel your money Stockton desired the statement made and will report It back to the House in' '
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Miami News Friday. Sold by A. ,Riegel. vited.
rj back if not pleased. mer.- that he would not only have voted fort ,the morning. f ', I

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f:':* IIi H THE TROPICAL SUN. Accordltiifto' New York papers there\ BOYNTON BRIEFS. I ,-

will come to 'Florida next Winter a THE Make
Pioneer. Paper ol Dade County, Florid Mr. Appleyard a large bu-rer of K u- -. : ,r Papa Help

== .... .. ... ..,:-,.=-.,, ." --=.=,,--- new and handsome yacht, bOW being' ass City was in town Tbu week. ea

y 9''' '' PebHohedEvery Wedneaday add Saturday constructed for former Police Inspector Mr. Will Ilardee. of Jensen, |Is hero r Our little girl friends who

i R b 1r aT waaT PALM BKAOH,DADa COUNTY. PLOMIP Alexander S. Williuraa, of that with his brother, M. C. Hardee, assist- SIRK Co. : are entered in the 10 Reasons

r 1 -- city, by the\'llliamll--WhittU'8eyC/orn- lug in shipping their twenty-five acre .1Daepens 1 l \ Why contest should.
y '
SUBSCRIPTION PB1CE 8.0O PER YEAR crop of tomatoes a"t t ''t ,, remember that they bave
pany, whoso plant is in Long; Island Gunter to MEN E
{ Mr. Arthur past grand mastef } the privilt'gegtconsulting!:

'Tropical Sun Pt.ulisb.ing Comp'y City. It will be one of the trunk cab tomato packer, came up hOED Fulford on with their parents, so get

!' i CHAS. 8. KENDALL Manager. Inet type and: ] will have ample free- Sunday night and has accepted a position mama und pupa to help
with Pence & Co. PEENtq'ALiTY I
I I'' board. The bull is being; constructed a r '"f i.' r' i you.
I 1 I i Entered it the Poatuffice of Went Paul Beach Ben Britt, the champion cratemaker
aa iecondclaia matter of steam-bent white oak frames and '
If not
buys entered
Y ... of South Florida, arrived from Arcadia r \ f you
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yellow pine plank, all very heavy. ,Friday morning. He ban accepted a 3 1 yet you ,, surely will want

RAILROAD TO KEY WEST. The boat will be tted with, a n eighteen position with the Mutual Packing Association JStxti i*j'cv.cti on1 pI to when you eetheprizes' '"....'

:, The East Coast of Florida Is very for the season. Ben's friends are in our Window. Besides,
f. horse power Standard motor, aDd '
much: exercised over a bill now up for plways glad to see him. & it's not hard for anybody

consideration in the State Legislature must have a speed of ten miles per Mr. and Mrs. EH Campbell, of Lantana '7 ,. 1\ to give ton or a hundred ,
Satisfaction Not Single
which ia substantially a measure hour on a continuous run. The en spent Sunday with the 'latter's! a r, nr.nh"' II ".r Buck's ranges; are the best in the world.H3T <"y
gine-roone crews'quarters and galley parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Harper. ,Fault. It this word can
the I ast CQa t Railway '
to permit Thai's\ self them.-ea
This being their j first visit here since ; why we
ever be applied to shoes, It ia
will be in the bow and the dining '
i l to extend its line to Key West,a project were married,they received many kind .

,i gigantic in conception and which saloon amidships.( The after part of congratulations and best wishes from 0 I only I oQueeh\ k -- '-

I" the cabin will be used for the main their friend here. : '
will, cost millions to carry out. It Quality Shoes
4, The of the of Miss I riaichett-DaCarnara Hardware Co.
news marriage
: that f Mr.FJagler asks the State saloon,having 6J"feet headroom,and '
:. j; ,;' seems Mabel Daugherty, of Boynton, to Mr. ,
1 I will be fitted with banging: cabinets Boots, $3 and $3.50
', of !
sort assurance
; to give him some Clifford A. Maulle, of Crescent City, was ,
Wholesale Retailers
of Hardware
r that it will not cut down his, traffic The joiner work will be yellow-fi oished quite a surprise to heir riends.brre( when Oxfords 2.50 und $3

+ '"k {it; rates BO that the earnings will not forward, with oak and deadwhitefloish It Louisville was learned, Ky.that, last they week.were Mr.married and Mrs.in We; l ;Palm Boach, ,Florida .

; ; :'f y. pay interest! on the investment; also in the owner's quarters. A :Maulle'aremaklagtbelr home in Palatkaat The "Bar Harbor"

a ( that the road shall not be assessed large watertight cockpit will be arranged present. .
I' and "Palm Beach"are
in the stern and made eel -
ti for taxes at a higher valuation pert ,

.. the other rai bailing. The boat will cruise all bout The'D.ke and the Barber. tbe latent Novelties t10.0fJ'0.0.0'd"0.O'00.0QBUItKlfAltDT'9
mile than averageof
t In olden days an English noble enter

I :' roads ia the State:: This seems sol Florida next season ed a barber shop, and upon Inquiring HATS and CAPS Went'Paliii DeRCh. April 3(1(,1005 Q

l'I for the master, was answered by an for Ladies and Misses
I that it is there
r reasonable strange apprentice of fourteen that he was not
l The Savannah News says: "There PLEASE TAKE NOTE
should by any opposition in that part at home. "Do you shave, then?" asked i
f will come"a time some day, of course, the duke. "Yes, sir, I always do," was
1 I ol the State: but still there is some, when the Greene and Gaynor, the tho reply. "But can you shave without THESIRKIN We have received, direct an original' chest from China, of the finest

i'' Over here in iVest Florida we can look cutting?" "Yes, sir; I'll try," answered BREAKFAST TEA
., while Beavers and Machen\ and the Nan the youth. "Very well," said the CO.. ENGLiSH
lees indifference !
with more
on g
I, Patterson cases, as well as the war duke, while seating himself and loading This particular Tea is of the choicest selection for the most Past'
the matter l is being discussed, but :itT his pistol. "But, look here If yon Jefferson Block leaf in
tideous lover of tea, of extra fine young grqwn NINO-
in the Far East will to end.
t come an let any blood, as true us I sit here I'll
I would seem tbatthisopportunity for West Palm Beach, Florida CHOW and MANKIANO. Its flavor and fragrance suit the
blow brains out! Now, consider
But a prophet would risk his reputa your
tis Key Went to get; a railroad should well before you begin." choicest purchaser.
u ', ,f\ ', not be turned down. Pensacol lion if he undertook to say when that Alter a moment's reflection, the boy It is not the cheapest! tea you can purchase, but its quality ia of

,. began to malts ready and suld, "I'm not -
would be. ---- the very dearest, and purchasing in the manner and from the
News. fifratd of cutting you, sir," and in a I
short time had completed the feat with- S. H. RICHMOND, Agent source that we did, we are enabled to place it before you for

j STATE COLLEGES. Honey shipped from Cuba to Germany out a scratch, to the complete satis- SO CENTS A POUND

R The Tampa Tribune, in an article the United States, France another faction of the duke. In gentle tones Perrine Grant t Land Company instead of being obliged to charge a dollarwhicb !Ss its real value.
his asked, "Were not afraidof
grace you
Go Backward countries. The amount' gathered REAL ESTATE.
Ii under tbe heading, "Don't ; having your brains blown out when

,"s"'ye: "The Tribune regrets to lust year exceeds $600,000. you might have cut me so easily?" CUTLER. FLORIDA ,
"No, sir; not at all, because I thought Finest Groceries
learn that there is a sentiment among .
Chamberlain's that as soon as I should happen to let L. w. :BTTRKHAKDT
Nothing Equal to Colic, ,.
} the legislators; of the State favorable! any blood I would cut your throat be- ,.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for will pay to purchase our Coupon Books.
t3T"lt you
fore-you could have time to fire. .. The ..
v I ,'1: to cutting off the appropriations of Bowel Complaint in Children. The reply won from the duke a hand moet careful farmers
I r. I
I moat of the State schools, concentrating "We bave used Chamberlain's Colic, some reward. It need scarcely be add- r ....ndlrard.ner.e..l7wberep. ... confidence In Ferry'M ,
rs f I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our ed he never resumed his dangerous Beed -4be kind that never fall.
nil money and efforts in family for years," nays Mrs. J. B. Cooke, threats In a barber shop. A'lesson was --"""""'"- -
TJniTersisy of Florida at Lake City of Netherlands, ?eras. "We have givenit taught him for life.Beck' .

.:; and the Florida State College at Tal- other to all medicines of our children.for the same We have purpose! used, Eit YYilSH4E4DS ; I " ""r"'r"'r."r" " 11r"'r"r"'t"'r"r" ," " " cy '

i ) but never found anything to equal h8m.berlaln' Narrow Eteape.
.;(#. lahaasee If Ifthiawereacompact. .. If you will\ use It as directed David Beck, the celebrated portrait

4. like Delaware or Rhode Island, theM It will always cure." For sale by all painter and pupil of Vandyke, while I have They been are the not at.andardhr4D an experiment./I years' j jL E T17e l F ieqeI plarmaey I

druggists ana medical dealers. traveling through Germany was suddenly Bold by all dealera. 19OS 5..d
,M, proposition! would have some merit! taken 111 and to all appearancesdied nemlreerortbeaaUog.D. '

in it, but being the second! largest DIVINE WORSHIP TOMORROW and was laid out a corpse. His M.Detroit FERRY,Mich.A CO.. .* 5 Clematis Ave. and Narcissus Sf =5
servants) sitting round the bed. grieved --. -
t State east of the Mississippi river, Regular services at the Congregations heartily for the loss of so good a mas- ... == 'I A foaming glass of soda would SS
:: w mate good, now, wouldn't, it? Well 13
church tomorrow morning and eveningat ter; and as grief Is thirsty drank as *
} V with a widely scattered population, .ter p .,r .u f' $ the usual hours, conducted by the heartily at the same time. One of them,
for all the time. Is S
== there
is the case in Florida the suggestion ; Qq you any =
pastor Rev. F, W. Weatberwaz. Public becoming more befuddled than the rest NNN.....N.NN...+. f:: a., kind yon dote on t It is here. And H$
ia one that will meetwith, the invited. then addressed his companions thus: r: == there are quite a number of'' new SS8
"Our master when alive was fond of flavors and comblnationsthat are fit 3
strong disapproval of the" people, eel Usual services will be held at the his glass. Let us out of gratitude, he Palms i\ =_= f e \ /% for angels. Yon know, of course, =:

l petially the people of South Florida, Methodist church tomorrow morning and then, give him one now be' is dead." i == how we serve our soda ; in good :=: 3.

evening, at II and 7:30: o'clock, conducted Assent was given; the head of the dead == generous gli! >sses. Plenty of flavorS
who: would be compelled, in case the by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Henry IIice. painter was raised up and some wine : Now Open. 2 :: a tag and soda. Not any more froth ZZS ;j

1'' Legislature should take such action, The pnblic cordially Invited.At poured down or spilled about, the fragrance : = v than we can help. Come today.r. 'fI'
or spirit of which caused Beckto A large, home-like Hate!, well .ap :;:, .. Come every day rS
to send their children for higher education the Episcopal church of Bethesda pointed and brantlfully located glr- == Headquarters for
open his eyes, upon which the servant =Tg
i to the extreme northern and by-the-Sea there will be a service .at II ,, who, being drunk, half forgetting InK the comforts without_ the coat of PULASKI CREAMd11U11UIIiIIIIIiIlUiIJllUlllillllll "3
the more expensive 00 Situated on
'' western portions of the State. This o'clock tomorrow morning. Sermon by his master was dead* forced down the Lake Worth, oppoalte the Royal i JII11111 i JIIIiUI1J l
? I tbe Rev. Charles Temple. remainder of the glass. The painter Poluclana Hotel. White -waltreaaea. ? i / 1 I l l l11JUI1 UI1C

would be particularly hard on the Services at Holy Trinity'' Sundays, gradually revived and thus escaped a Electric belle. Good fUhliiu bunting
of this of the State living intermentThe !: 'and boaUni Kat>ttI' .150aad '8.OO -
young women part Celebration 7 a. m., morning prayer .
the week.
per day Special rntea by oOkOtoR4ROR01toR01tOR01t0a01101tpNONONON0710NONOi10NONONOI
? Ft os the Advocates of the reactionary and sermon, 11 a. m.; evening prayer RoeniaD. Naval 9ta.dard. .
policy contemplate. it is understood, and sermon, 7:15 p. m.; Sunday- chool The Russian naval standard-a blue i fbe Palms( 0

,,, $ the leading >::30 a. m.' Fridays: Litany 9 a. m.; Bag with a white cross-was adoptedby Wcet Palm Beech, G. G. Strohm Company 5X '
reserving; the University, Celebration Holy) Days, 9 a. m. Peter the Great, who stayed for i. Flol'lda.J 5i

Ii, ,r + college: ,I in the State, for males, and' Regular services at 'the Baptist some months at Gaardam near Am- ................. Ifte o
sterdam mechanic to o
working as a
the State College; ,the minor and more church aa follows: Sunday-school at gain a knowledge of shipbuilding. o FHMILY GReBRIES< teo

; { distant for female education. Both 10 a. m., reaching every Sunday at During this time he took a strong

11 a. in. and 7 p. m., children's meet- fancy to' a clever workman named Ifs Ifs .o
Columbia and Leon counties, where L. A. WILSON
Ing every Sunday at 3 p. m., B. Y.. P. Cruys, whom he persuaded to return % Food Products
1+ the two institutions are located, are U. every Sunday at 6:30: p. m. Prayer with him to Russia after he had revealed MANUFACTURER or Fancy o

bounded on the north, by GeorgiaOne meeting every Wednesday evening at to him his true name and position. x o X o
Cruys drew the plans for tbe first Boots and Shoes
7 p. m. A cordial welcome Is extended V
is went of the Suwannee river and ships built for the Russian navy, and Grain and Provisions. io
to every one to all of the services
the other only few miles to the east to show his appreciation, Peter the Repairing in All Kinds of Leather o
Great made him an admiral and gave
X11 ; "Way down upon the Suwannee Don't Borrowo Truble.It orders that the Russian uuvy. should Goods Neatly Done, 2 JEFFERSON BLOCK o

'4 river I,"' Why not be logical; ? Cutoff is a bad habit to borrow anything, thenceforth have a special flag witha .o

r, State colleges and establish but ,the worst thing you can possibly white cross upon it to perpetuate the Indian Tanned BBcisiin'and 2te West Palm Beach Florida o
all the ; ,
borrow, is trouble. When sick, sore, memory of his trusted associate, Cruys
,;fa, one or two Georgia; and Alabama I If heavy. weary, and woru out by the pains being an old form of the Dutch word Horsehide Shoes o a -1-1_ o
r and poisons of dyspepsia, biliocpness. for cross. rNoisoftoiso>s oooooo.oo oNr koitoitotsoNoSlotsolsoteoisottotsVTHE
4 The people of South Florida are perfectly Brigbt's disehse, and similar internal
disorders, don't lit down and brood over FOR TENDER FEET
that the State The Horn Dance.Among .
willing College
t' ; ; but for relief .
symptoms fly to El.c.trie
your the quaint old customs and Olive St, North of New Jefferson Blo
should receive Bitters, Here will/ find sure and
and ,tbe, University a you
ceremonies still kept alive In English
permanent forgetfulness of all TROPICAL
your troubles SUN
in large appropriation, proportionto and your body will not be burdenedby pipest )
a load of debt disease. At all drug- dance." and that Is to be found at Ab- )
but Job
their and dignity they are Department'CITY
age Working Night Day.
gists. lj ice 30 cents. Guaranteed. bots Bromley, In StafToi-duhlre. Every
not willing that the only two State year at tbe village wake the dance is The busiest and mightiest little thing

institutions that they have "Remember you will get your money still carried out The origin of the that ever was made Is Dr: King's New I ,
supported back if not pleased." horn dance Is lost In the mists of Life Fills. These pills change weakness MEAT MARKET

-the Bartow Military Jimiilute and history but It bus been traced back as into strength, listlessness into .
the far as the eleventh century. Until the Florida v.ud Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs. '
tbe 8tt. Petersburg; Normal and Industrial "Sermons ." See It- energy, brain-fag into mental power I
read It. At Idner' seventeenth century it was practiced at They're wondertul in building up the Mail Order. Receive Careful Attention. till
; School has or asks for Christmas
i -on New Year's day and on
2. Twelfth -day. In the time of Henry wealth. Only 25e per box. Sold by all
/ should lopped off.that or/tillu-/ Leave your orders at The Tropical VIII. the dance was performed in frontof druggists. Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH

;iN. Florida. should have all that there ia Sun office for all kinds of engraved the church every Sunday and a col- ',

and monogram stationery and visiting lection for the poor taken up from the --
to be
cards. spectators.Br Oo to R. B. Porter
Olive street for
i wlah to Inform every porxm within one ,
r A bill has been passed In the State huudredmileaof Wmt 1'nlm llam-h,thai 1 tie famous Hartford
All persons wishing real estate loaul r Tban Aladdin. Ira bare to repair. your watches.olncka.nd tires. ?
standard should write call the Lamp. i ewelry-to at your eye with ipcctale or
changing the or upon Realty f.l'I
Legislature Aladdin'sfamous lamp was doubtless yeglaMe and to Mil, yon anything you '
Mortgage Company, West Palm Beach want in my line. I am nut a "winter
a may
handy little
of bushel of sweet pots rues very piece of brtc-a- '
weight a .1.llnrbut a uermmient resident a property '
Fl*. ms.awtr'eglDDIDg brae to have about the house but there owner In Unite Co.. and perfectly re.iponalble FOR SALE.
from 60'to 55 t pounds. Is question whether it would be for any bunlniim you may have ,}Pte ;,' ,
very :0: tmneitci with me. Watches and jewelry r
April 20 Mr. Chas Hodges highly esteemed In these days of advertlsing I,n need of repairing may. he Mitt by registered Icy '
Under the beading of "Sunbeams" wonders mail orexpreM. I will examine and report r at '
will be the recognized for the Alnddlri'may One
1 manager properly cont by return mail-If the price la not 4 s.ti.tuatory Mule at '150.00 '
the Jacksonville Sun hands out the Vest Palm Beach branch of the East be1' regarded as a back number. you can order the easels re-. One Mule at .
Whenever he wanted turned: without charge. I have had twen.y '?5 00'
Coast Lumber and Supply Company anything be had ; yeare experience with some nf the beatimiMa o- Apply to .
following: "In a speech at SyracuseWm. to-aw to earn Jt by the sweat of his brow as In New, York and Baltimore- lxreara
bead Watchmaker and for WALLACE R MOSES,
a metal Optician
Jerome called Thomas B BIBBBIBBBaBSMMBCIHIW Nowadays people .
Travers Jrvenleaf A Cronbj Jacksonville Agent-Woodlawn
l Watch the bulletin board in front ,of who want things put ads. in the news- Those facts" outrbt to be aufUoienb SMUT s Cemetery.
Jefferson a fakir. But, then, as hast apers-it's much easier than Inca' that i understand my btialnean and
R. B. Spratt's big grocery store on Clematis rubbing I; guarantee aatutfaatlon l hi every 0.....
h been stated, Wm T/avers Jerome Avenue west, of the railway. It, aD old lamp .s effectively
as was Aladdin I
by his
$ avid tbi." will contain surprises for you. istf.. ronlL-Philadelphia Record Jefferson Block West Palm Beach what you eat. lr( ; ,,

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TOGO LOOKING FOR "RememDer, You Will Bet Your, Money Back If Not l Plca fd," I. t 'Ov4"0+9p' 4f ir/b ,:,: : : :r! I

;Ii.;:; RUSSIAN SQUADRON ..i (f j' i:1"

t H. Burkkrdt IS'
-- Company ''
,j.;. '' It Is Believed lie Will Attacl< 1 'Jj,

i r?' : Their Rear Guard. Jf> .r, nnrfclmrilt, I"'I.MIII..t 1<1. A. Ililrklmr.lt, .. Hwrvlnrv .
r I'' K, Itnrkliurdl, Vtn- .r.Irllt', |II.| ,f, llnrktmrdt, JiTrriiHuruP i.Jr'' VI,
:Y' r 'ti, "\
";' ',,' FOLLOWING' IN WAKE r '",
OF FLEE II',, i iiE
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"yi'rr' Rojestvensky Has His U/fyolesale I\etail I. .
)1.\, Campaign Map } SEVOrythillgVortIi "f

t\.,' ped Out and Will Pay Particular At '

'" tentlon to Togo's FiagshlpN'ewli' of. '
I : ,
from ,4 ,. r ..; 'f
Manchuria. ,, 1 1

rw;i Salson, April 26-8:30: a. m.-AdVice .

'V/ just received. ,from! ?Kamranh baj % H.aYin lI lIIf '
say that 2J: Japanese,.warships\ passed Embroidery Week ,
If"- 4; the buy between 8, &n'd 9 o'clock'. in] k

'r- \, the evening! of April 23.' --- ,

, Two ships loaded with, rice for Sal' you have the CASH we will sell :you
i' gon and'bound {or Japan have been l ,

\, captured Ian squadron by ships belonging to the Rita' anything, you want cheaper than any" \ .

t;, Russian officers.are reported to have other store, firm or individual ,,:< '
Yit' S declared that Admiral Rojestvenslcy '. All Widths

"f' Is determined to fight Admiral Togo, TIDY' US {' N
-", and uMl! I endeavor to vanquish the Japanese >

,' squadron or' sink with It. AMmlral .'.' ) ( : ...
I <
;;' .. Rojestvenshy! has given every All
detail' of the coming conflict hla particular : >: : Qualities
? '< attention. Togo's flagship will : ,: : : ,'it 1
,' be bib objective to special C A. S\.H"
according a ,. ,., ,
rl.+ plan. .t. .) ,.1
; At 9
i Moro' firing at sea was heard at Knm.Ill. U ',' : Cost
." ranh bay Sunday morning. The re- is,the point to place yon?fulcrum to, raovelhoW "' J .5 .
t- ports were exceedingly faint r

t. It Is reported that four RussIan :. ....
O R'L'D '
rt x. cruisers< are lying off: the coast.The ) I

, statements that the crew of the "
Russian protected cruiser Diana joined ..:''I'J ... .
: ,
We have the.best In to help world alongsmoothly
,Hiv Admiral Rojestveusky's squadron are wasps, space, you move your (< 18

.,;,: again pronounced absolutely unfound gently, and without any friction, if r you will only allow lid to BRJtNNING '
ed. On the contrary, since the Diana BROS
bus been Interned the most minute place our fulcrum under you'r point.' II> tV. BUttKHAUDT, Prea.
precautions have been taken to :prevent Lipton's Tea, any brawl CO to CO cents a pound ?
)) the slightest breach of "neutrality.Tha .
\2' cbmmander o( 'the Diana hasp loelia' and Java Coffeo, in conn,.25o n lb., bulk 20e alb, LHDIES' OUCFICCERS; ; ; 1 ..
, given his parole and to '
reports dally .I No. 14 Uio Coffee, IB eta a lb., 2 Ibs for 25 cta
the French commandant. All the essential ,
" parts of the Diana's machinery ; Very best Ten, green black"or mixed 40 cts albA $ ,
.:' are on board the French battleship -'
;:'. necl)Ubtayle. Good Strong Ten, green,.Muck or jnixed ':' 25 cts u,lb I ,. "", I fl

i'; ., ( "U.n."ln..lrt..p..wI.' ..n...... .. ..|.. -4C eta .n<<. .II.".,,tJlh9,, ...'k nfciGood 'D .__ ,.,J
i,' Report from the "I. -
$i" Army. r4 r4i'
'. .' ". April 26.-2 p. m.-The-fol Luck Baking/ Powder 3 cans$."> cts PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .-
"The-fol. lowing official, anouncement was made r' > '''" -- -' '
14Iba --L W.
.1.0 ) .
" ; ,, .
today: / .. .., ,\
,"', "()u April 24 a Russian force con Oat Meal 'three,2-lb.packages, (: .250 r\-C. C1HLLINGWOKTH ",
; .
slating of five bfrUallona of Infantry, '
Rice 5c o lb. 25 r.a l
.. 16 sotnlaa of cavalry and one battery v .lbll.$1.00 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR

v w of artillery In pressing our advance White Beans, ,', lOc quart West Palm Beach, Fla.GCU I I IJ
cavalry, attacked them in the valley: ... ." \
..!. of the Kalyang. Our Kalyang forces Puro,Glycerine Soup ,. 5) cents G. CUKltIK .
v" attacked the Russians In return,defeaU Pota'toell' 30o ,
Iriwh peck and Counsellor-at-Law
ed and pursued them north of Mien Attorney 1 I l ,
huacbleh Our casualties were 38. Cabbage 2c a Ib WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 't .;jijr

The left about 200( dead -
enemy on Lard -, r v So a lb., tub of 60 Ibs. 7c alb H. 1 tANNING,
the pel a. *
r Two other Russian forces one con. Armour's Corn'Beef, Veribest, lie, case of 2 dozen. $2. :iO Attorney and Counseilor-at-Law,
I slating of six '''battailous of infantry ,- (OUlco over Bank)
and 16 sotnals of cavalry, the other of ,. Roast. ? lie, ," "', ,,'- '.I"; 2.5015calb WEST PALM BEACH, FLAGEO. IMPROVED METHODS TnODQIITFUL PEOPLE.

12 sotnlas of tavalry and battery of Break fast Bacn : :... M. ItOBB1NS are adopted by us ns soon na their I i '
; I ,. will
artillery\ attacked Shantu and. Slaatat' you theenormous business' of
.; zu, respectively, but retreated north Star Ham v .';' '15c a lb Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. val:10 is firmly established this could
country not be carried
I when the other Russian force was defeated J
, Wnite Bacon 811lesllc Will practice in State and Pederal Court, In the performance of our duties a8 ,
.; at Kalyuan. TITUSVILLE. without banks. They are a convenience I A
I Very Bust Block Butter.. ';t, ,'3Ge 0. IbI Undertakers and Embalmers, all S.
that Lave become
"',. BritIsh Authorities on Alert. I W i. OIITCALF. modern aids approved by science or a necessity.!

Island of Penang April 26. The I Pure Extracts, lemon, vanilla, strawberry "' 8 for 25c 'ATTOKHtY-AT-LAW. Do business in a business Open :j
f good taste are in use, and we haveno way.
fourth division of the Russian Second ; t
:"y, Pacific squadron, commanded by Vice :Table Peaches, &3-0, .1C", and 25c a cun NOTARY U.8. COMMISSIONER PUBLIC. hesitation in claiming that we can a bank account and pay by check. .

Admiral Nebogatoft Is expected to pass I'ure Tar Soap ",' *j> c : .. 5) cents' ,:. Win praotlouln CoU..t1," a II"D'1 fettiiaral give the best service!' the most reasonable The Dude County State Bank.West .t.tI I''
Penang and through the straits of Malacca 7 v. ourULAND, CASKS A SPECIAtVY.OIUcelnTuoPlOAI ,
today The British authorities Pet Cream ', 3 for 25c., case, ,of 4 dozen ;$)3.80 I ID SCN Block, cost. I I Palm Beach, Florida, is as sound an

t are on the alert. Guard boats at night r Milk 3 for 25c.,' ... .. ', 3.75 Vest Palm Bench Dade County, FlorIda Lady assistant. institution ar there is. lb; numbers "
. argil o patrolling the approaches to the J. LEWl '
;; Penang. Cracker Jack Milk' 2 cans for 5o2forl5o A. J. B. McGINLEY the brainiest business men among its :l i
' : MURDERED. Dried Chipped Beef '/, NOTARY, PUBLIC.Agent depositors. It would like t'npmbflr,1:
WOMAN FOUND Palms Corner.
'. Potted Ham :. 'r G for 25c of the U.Baltimore S.FIdelity, Md.*Ou.r.nty Co ,of you. i t'hjt'

!0 for Two Ital. '. % IHce at coruer Cluniatla.Avenue and Nar- Open day and night: i
York Looking
New \ '
Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce ,, 5e clHauM Street, over Potter's bicycle tore,
tt tans-Robbery Supposed Cause. UCACH.
5 1-4-100 WEST PALM
" 5 ,
, New York, April 26.-Her money Force and Blanco, Cero 1 > +. 2 for 25e;:) T. J. CAMPBELL FOWLER BROS./ & KING q
-and other valuables gone, her clothing MEDICAL AND SU.NGICALif. .
torn and disarranged, marks of violence Baker's Chocolate, ,, _/. 20c a blockIluyler's Jam-Up-To-Now t
O. 11001, M. D,
" ( head and neck, and a MACHINE SHOP
;' about her Chocolate,:, 20c a. block a
, throat, no that It probably caused her Cocoa.. 20c a cauBaker's Odlee over Potter'a bk'yclo store, WEST ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK
1 Marie Doucct. PALM nCACII. ItHHlilonco near Royal GENERAL hll'
J death by suffocation Mrs. SHOEING
20c a can
Li". 45 years old, was found dead today PoincIana Hotel, UCACH. 12-1 REPAIRING AND GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES 1 J

In her little two-room apartment in Mincemeat "v 3 for 25c: B. PUTTER BI. !>., FOR SAtE I
rl'',. Spring' street. The discovery was PAINTINGWAQON Near Ferry Landing Lake Front
2 for 25c .
Dried Peaches 8. i8 oa WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
111' ;\l'" made by her 8-year-old daughter Rosie. ( $ BUILT TO ORDER WEST.PALM BEACH, FLORIDA ,
The police are searching for two Italians Dried Apples' lOc package DENTAL '
! ,n; one known as Andrea Dosposlto Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and all ache and pains., It I is O II. MACV ClematU Ave.West 0 road I
r and the other unknown by name. Geo. S. Hacker & Son
.1c, Mrs. DQucci frequently had boasted wonderful in results .4 25 I' and 50c bottles. e DENTIST '

;i.,.; to her neighbors, they say, that she 10 Good 5-cent Cigars( :L':?"'J.,)l: \ .for 25 cents Office in Jefferson Block J
i' had a large sum of money and that : 0 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
I t.' she alwriys carried it In her bosom. ..6 packages: Cheroots ./ ''. 25 cents Get Laneto J
J. E. LIDDY. t.
When her body was found today Jt was 'i DU ,
j ,, ,
!G Duke's Mixture 25 cents
lying on the floor and the front of the I Dentist op your:

waist and corset had been torn. 6 Sensation 25 cents: Office/ First.door wont of Dude County State .
'" I Bank Gas Engine k.Cr
to' Work l I. Arrested. 3 Seal of North Carolina. 25oents
ji;: Left Home ; WEST PALM BCACR, 1

St. Louis, April 26.-Clarence Stevens 6 Honest Long Cut 25 cents RepairingE. W Y
S I' '"* 20 years old, la being: held at the "' ., aft. t;
25; cents'Pure -
t'pollee\ headquarters on the telegraphic 3 Lucky Strike! : : '

fi.I request of the Philadelphia police authorities Insect Powder, }Jf it does not murder the insects come and get -

; on the charge of being a run- money back. It is quoted 28c at wholesale, We will sell 1| :MANUFACTURERS OF
Stevens lives at Pen Argyle your \ Doors Sash
away boy. one pound for :25.cents ; in ten pound lots 21 cents ,
Philadelphia, admits you
a suburb\ of Blinds MouldingsAND
Desirable people who truth a pleanant ,
his Identity a.d expresses his willingness \ Dddy'a, Blueing\) 3 cents place to ...toiat while In Weet Palm Real EstatePALM --
to return. He states that he Beach, will find "MINARET COTTAGE," I '
o' left home for the purpose of earninghis 28 lots of Orange, and%Vegetable Land, ia 5-acre. tracts, situated at Cocoa- on Olive Street betweea Evernla 'and BEACH FLAB. BuildingMaterial, ,,;

own living, his m/they, whom\he I tint'Uruv. Florida I! the most prosperous fruit and vegetable growing; ; Tern lust nu'ha'place, Nice, clean Notary Public. Colleges to Ren CHARLESTON, S, C.. ;d .

lays la wealthy, not permitting: hint to .I eection on Itiscayne Bay .$$1,000, a tract room., usably furnished ; comtortable .e' Largest Factory South.
food VERY
beds good, wholesome | ...
t' I Ortloe South Polnolnna lintelFOLE1MONfl Send for Prices.
+ work' 26 lots t-f 1 Ictnr1,100 l feet front on Ocean and 100 feet on River x 1320 feetdi.rp' modernte prlvee, are the recommmiila- 3
I tlona. Only limited number of room
$500;:; lot -- --- -- -
Arrested. I a
Alabama Coroner racaji be accommodated. Table boarda
Birmingham Ala. April 26.Coroner Tbeee lots tire on the Hillsboro river front on both banks, and have amlllllitl"l'"t specialty.MRS. 4i1.too OneMlnufeCodghCere

W. rf P-iilrf. of Jefferson county, O.'ean front. They are 23 miles south of the Itoyat Poinrinnu :: FRANK DARLING. = b.oo'udharsdt.r.Yirade FOP Coughs> Colds and Croup.

was arrest
embezzling '74 from the pockets of five bnnlrt'tI per r','nt I in a few years, now Is the time to snap up this -----

I. the victims of the Virginia mine disas tiiirgiUn.Vriw IH for anything you want in the real .estate line We DYSPEPSIA CUREJ,1. :
' J' the
immedlatoly made bond In ,
ter lie : of things
can put joo on to n number good ,
amount of boo:: for his appearance dnr.lng 'W
bl' ihe next term of the crimnal court. H. J. BURKHAKDT COMPANY, DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT .\

The coroner declared that be had the )Drawer i> Palm Beach,Florida- r' O (1 0 1 Yaa 11 1.00 bottle aonUtn*:2*.....the Wai I_.which. eilla tar(0 eMMir y
money on deposit In a local bank, and g'We will not sell to dealers. *.ID CULT AT tea "BO"'I'OBY' *I''
, that he would turn It over to the claim I lJ I II B. C. IteWXTT COMVAKV, CHICAGO., XUU 'aJ. :;',' "
pats at'the proper time. I We will positively save YQu 25:: cents on every'dollar spent for Groceries. '. ,'.\,

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l -Gealded-- Eeo .trl Waken Wheel INTENTION TO API't.Y
"t Ill. rip1"hW. How a
f to A Interesting! paradox la the one ll |fll I UHTTIiltH l : PATKNT.
+ Of all smokers,the chinaman/ I very ,
:< !" Her heed had dropped upon bin shoul Florida East Coast
der.. the greatest trouble and obtains the concerning an ordinary wagon wheel, Notld' ,I" lii'l", +li\ Khii'i ,Mini I, till.' undfi'HlRn, Railway.f

I' "If only" he whispered, "thy cheek least result. "He carries" says an observer which Is solid and rigid, yet when fastened IriU-nd tii iipplv to. IIi". "i.i'Mi'iiir' ot the !Hate t
utmost twice the on its axle on a wagon when the I' lolic IMMUIMI
1 "a little box ill Flnrlilu r for LrtitU'r" trot" r

; could remain thought tbere he what foreverr'LIttle was to be. size of an ordinary silver cigarette ca e. wagon moves part of the circumference the liiiDipnrntlun" of"WOOUIAWN Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17,1905.,

This 111I half Ailed with water In one of the wheel which la lu contact with 111i:1I1.rJlJ"Y''un .
g, LIttle thought be until be !got horn / :
t end 1* a removable tU>y tub! to serveas the ground la for an Instant at absoluterest SOUTH-BDUND-.BEAD DOWN. .HORTH-BOtmO-RCAD. .
s, and tried to remove her cheek from bus the hillnvi lime propoaml Charter' cud that .
other end I Is the while the point directly perpen
a' pipe. At with ft
; dress coat with ammonia and alcohol. Chin notli'H IH puhllolmd In cuuipllniivu ,-
ti '- plpestem. First of all he takes out the dicular to it is flying along at a high the rcqtilioinenl" or' till Kevlrfud. HtO-tntwa of No. 09 No. 18 STATIONS No.78. NO. eaDally.

A Tried and True- -Friend tube and blows through It to removeall rate of speed.. The two points horizontal the Htalf I of Floi'liln, Dally. Oall)'. ally.TOOp._ ''1 ,

Then be fumbles through with the center of the 'wheel are 1'11111lI''leli., Florida! March :i2<>, 1 ()n.W1LMON .
blockage. West
One Minute Cough Cure contains not BOOp007p II 40* LT _..Jaot.onTlll> ._ ..?_.. Ar 8 <0*
) and it has bin awkward clothes searching for tobacco traveling pretty fast, but only half as W11I1.LDIN II 4** _-Ho. Jaoltsonvttle.,.?,..,.,. X.T e 8lt> 842*. q,
an atom of any harmful drug, B lilp III'56 s. ---St. Augustine. II au T40a 1 1
bit of In fast the topmost point, and as the "'" I'
I. t been curing coughs; colds croup and and produces a rag 0 C. CIlltXI.VUWOllTll, 0 !58 p 11 33 a .. _"H AOI1HLlllar"---,_._ a16p e19a '
h} whooping cough so long that it hAs proven which It Is wrapped Carefully; he extracts up going horizontal:\ point increases In WALLiArn K. )JSI KM, 110 p U '"a ___.EaaS 1'IIJatk.. ..__.". .. 4 *& P e as* 4IT86p1216pAr

; itself to be tried and true friend to tbe a wad of tobacco, puts away his speed the down going one slows up until OEOK010; W. I-OtTKK: -; _.__PalatkaIn -410p -000a .'

,', many who use it. Mrs. Gertrude E Fen- rag and slowly plugs the .tube, which it In at rest for a moment when In JOUN C. TOW,11I1i1;; -98. II 45 P U 85 a Lv __--PalatkaAr 8Wp 060*

lit.';" : straining weakened me that run down cigarette. But he never has any Is one solid piece and there are only l>UOI'Ol\ /B) CUAil'rnR: OFVOOI>IAWNCEMBTKHY. a 8alpCODpArSnnMateo-.w..wLv910p.t 10 p 800* I.V ...._.._.... Bau Mateo; _..__ AI' e asp Y 60".:.: \ ra:: "

4 ,). In weight from 143 to pounds. After matches he has to borrow or bunt two Iolotslolng at the same rate of - uffe j
so /
trying a number of remedies to no avail, ; the nn.In-"utl1.! lo hereby' uhHoplnte T60p1882pLv ____...Neog&,.?___ Lv C7p SdO /
stem and light It. fit the same time. : If Jie Wo | 8 08 8 8 80 .
I cured out a brown paper speed yet 99and p U '7 P __Bunuelte_?__ Up a J
; 'I," One Minute Cough Cure entirely It for long time and can be I wheel is taken off the axle and rolled onrelvectogOlhotfor l the purpose ..t bi'lnIncorpoi'atcd : 8 10 p 1'J KB p .. __.....DUpoll'-___ 8 7p B 29 a rp 3r
t u +. me." Sold by A. G. Riegel. glows a and bcinnilnif it body corpora tl// 8 Up 121p .. ,, Ormollc1.___ SlOp 4 811 a N''
o'I .. .. puffed Into flame again. Ho gives a down nu incline every point of the, circumference the 'Taws of tlw of Florida und 888p 180p _....... .; .sOOp 4 47 ''ij
I ,": a. -- +- long draw slowly enjoying It to Its moves at the same rate of under ;Stilly 0 0.p 1 61 p 'I .._.__POrt Oralllf-.___ .. 9 60 p 48 a 1>>. 'M IRr
the, foUuAlnK Artlulvit utliicor
I 0..*.. Stream huvoudnptod 0 Mp 9 18 P lor ..._'New Smyrna.- 380P 418*
I full extent for a minute or two, then speed: puratlon fur our Charter: "'; u.'r..
alt The fresh Inflow of salt water from back again through the old routine to \ ... 1091 S 44 p Ar _.._.... Late Helen__"_ Lv 11 4> p 610 p r 'v
the Arctic seas which mingles with the Sciatic Rheumatism Cured."I ARTICLE F1J18T. 1089 SIs p .> ..._Orange city....._.?.. .. 1285p 654P ,
find his tobacco fill his pipe and get it The of the corporation shall tiu ..y. 1048 5 Clip d Oru.nBO City Junction.?.. 19 SOP 54 5 p
I Inflow of the rivers In the uiune n
produces have been subject to sciatic rheumatism ;+
,' regions of the north and east of the lighted. for n. II. WaMrori "Uoodlawn\ lull.ry..l'hll pine 01 bn.-. 9 88 p 91Sp161p Lv __Sew Smyrna..,*._._ Lv 9 10 p 4 OS a jm
\ years. says ness of the ctaporetloe.heII. bn lu the county 10 OOp ___..Oak 1111I....... __ 1 Btp 589a :
) II- New Siberian archipelago a vast cold, Serious Stomach Trouble Cured. of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My joints ot Dildo"," StHttt! ut Florida. and It* local' 1019 P 8 80 P loll' ..._....__TUusvUla__,..._ M 1 16 P BOO ,+t
? current which carries before weYe stiff .n clearing out I was troubled with a distress In my gave would .,dice at such u plane In Raid county it* Its illractora CarsoriVT -a ....- Ar..__.....__Bnnrort. ,.__._.?._Lv lOooal0oo.) 4y.
It all the fragments of the central stomach, sour stomach and vomiting discomfort. My joints crack whenI shaft from time to tlin dralgnato.AKT1CLB _. oo880p a low- ._.._, ?......Sanford.....??.._ U _"_, .....OOa a '
b' Ice field forming thus a mighty drift spells, and can truthful! say that Chamberlain's straightened! up. I used Chamberlain'sPalo 8CCOND. I ,---" I
Balm and have been thoroughly ;! 10 89 p Lv ...-.......... TltulI9t11e__ Lv II : p 800 r
i { > toward the eastern coast of Green Stomach and Liver Tablets! of the to lxIrunBattuil 19 ', '
;a The general nature piiHlnvHN > 11 11 p 4 00 p .0000110 P 9 *
l cured me.--Mrs. T. V. Williams, Tunings- cured. Have not had a pain or ache f rpni oriVTSleep 11 2l 4 tap ?" .llookledge.-, ", II 80 p 9 16 a ::
'ire land. This cold current bears along on by the corporation distil bo to :: ?? :: Sg '
Midi These tablets are the old trouble for many months. It in 11 Sap 4-4SP ===:EanGail/e.--:: j" 11 SBa 1 44* 1
burg, (
t I Ita surface Does Ice fields, Icebergs J/ guarantee trouble certainly a most wonderful liniment" purchtuiaand hold real tmtnte In the County laoa 4 84 p ...._..M..lbnUrne....__ : 1148 lUt* : .
a { hummocks etc., and washes up along to cure every caseof stomach For sale all and medical) of Dade and State ,o Florida for a public : la tla 1187p _.,. ,-.9ebs.tlaa___." H l'l a Sg
of this character. For sale by all druggists by druggists u< and burying ground: to ornament, 1 SO a 6 aop __..B'. L1101......_._. ." 10011& 00mit
", 1 the Greenland coast an almost Insuperable and medical dealers. dealers. com ry 1B5 a 8 46 p _.......ForC ____... : en p
barrier. When this current Improve and adorn tin* "ohio; to lay off the 9 18 a ? OSp .__...._'.rlbhaIa.-__ 80n zap .
I Everything In the printing line' at For Sale, To Rent, Boardlug.Furnlsh- pro; ,I" reaches Cape Farewell It divides, one pnlliw : !a as a T lip ". _._... .Jenaen. .. 21 a 11 IS p
ro iwjd, ?
ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at with brtmveulugavenues "
The Tropical Sun and all work executed Sleepe 88 t 1111 1104ptoaop
j portion descending straight toward : !9 a 18p ...._._.._8tuart.1. a
i The Sun offlne. .. and to .I1..ht: or u.iv.nliilii| | 8 08 T . 42 ,
I in the very neatest and latest Tropical \ yn Ih"j' a COp -- a ,
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;l Newfoundland, while the other goes of the art .-m same for tho bllrluluf\ the dad ; from dame SleepB 8'41a a UP. "! ,_.........Went Jupiter........._i"'I J"a 2tiT 101 pOiSp
1' d to Increase the current In Baffin's bay style Fine line of latest style visiting, time toenlnrKai.nilllcrua8e thu armtofMiild 4 04 a 8 tip "I.\ ,_._Wu.t Palm BeaoU..._ S

i h' and Hudson strait. It Is this last School desk and inks, supplies ant- cards and latest In letters, at TUB )grounds; the micvHKliliMii'r| the pultll.' HIli>- : 4 18a 411 ttB87a 1118p II 18 p .:1 I ......_-._.. ..-...BoyintionHOMCaTEAO ..,.._.,_ :: 7 10 90s a 'OB D18p P '

mentioned current which carries icebergs blank books, at Idnera. Tropical Sun Call and see sample". tercHti of the corpurntlou hilly" it \iuirut to 10 Up."I,_.....? 6Laudordale ,,,_." II 18* Slop rV'
II IS a 10 SOp It __... ... Dania.- _' e 10* 8 06 p
and other
;' even down to the latitude of IllY out and Improve Much rnnd II 68 a 10 591) '' _.."..., BBtt T 6p
A Vlgo, and Its power plays an Important ways within sold cemetery Kfuiinda na IOny 6 u a U07p .. _?.?....... .1lall.ndnl"8_ "a'SO' p ?
I e86a1116pAr ....._ ....._. .. 8
r, : and capricious part in the meteorology bust. pro mot* the obji" cts of the poratlon ; .JlUaml" LY = R"
ems- .
to construct and erett'nicclvinit vault,chapels Dally
of Europe. Dally
and such othir1)nlMIiijHii(; ; may be mitmKiiry ,- Ex.Sun.. EXTENSION Xx.Ban..
for the use and oncnlcnvA of mild cam ., ,"

L Forget About Your Stomach. etery ; to noccpt and-reculvp.ln' trust properly |" 8 Lea ....__ Lw- .".:..... Mhtml ... -" AI' "i 8 OOp ,

Q) {i.. If your digestion is bad the'vital organs ... MtuikH, bonds awuililvH and 1 tnomi.v 8 00 a ......_ Ar ?._,-:".?Homeatal. LT 8 411 P : ,,'TJ
_ Interested In
from pcr.onsowning or ><'tug
of fed and nourished
your body are not 4 .
as they should be. They grow weak and uoiiKitorv lots, or the cur und piTKWvnllon No. 23uslly No. 21Sunday No. 18'No. 17 No. 11 No. to No. M No. 24Dally ,
p f.- Invite disease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure of Ihu en no,and use. time said property, stocks Sunday Sunday Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. NO.l8SundaySunday .\
: bonds, awurltlua und money or the !rwou.ed..rlvod Ex Sun Only Only Only. Ex Sun 0.11,. Onl,. Only Ex Sun _,",'
yIn if digests what you eat cures indigestion .
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P and all stomach troubles. You forget 9 tlKirefroin, for the perpetual cure : 00 p 6 48 p 9 OOp 080 a : 00 a I.T _._..JackionvUlo ,-,- Ar 8 80 a la 00 n stnpB B Up
have stomach from the day eF |ir"Hvrvatlnn nnd ouihclll, hm llm' ot the .....leicelllet..ry 08 p 6 t) p 9 08 p 0 U8aa OS a Ar __.BO. JaokaonviUe-- 8 M a It 63T a 87 p COTp '
you a very yJq \ lots and under such terms and con. e/Op 754p 40 p 10 10 a 9fill a _.....Pablo each.._1rr,. BO a 11 20 a BOBp all p j\
d I yon begin taking it. This is because it II 48p TS9p 3 45 p 10 III a 044 a" __..4.tl"nt.ln Beoh..,, frO, '1 gets a rest-recuperates and gradually dltloiiHUMlho Dy-Lawa may prescribe ; and 'IDol' 7 48 p IIOOplU30aIOOO. ...........Mayport_.._?? *. 7 80 a 11 00 a 4 48 O .llp ., ,....,

.' grows so strong and healthy that it t.. buy .null and' encumber Much real and pprunnl 1 ,): ,,,

I troubles you no more. E. I/ Babcock property OH may bo noceHBary or benefl- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. ) I

Amberst, Mia a., says: "I have taken a vial furthoiiutd. .corporation. ; .,

1} .I great many remedies for indigestion C AIIT1CLE THIRD. *', \ '
but have found nothing equal to Kodol Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P7&: 0. "sTsTcompanTW ;
k ,', t.t. Dyspepsia Cure." Kodol digests what The.c f Ital stork ot sold corporation shall .

r,+ i you yon eat, cures indigestion: dyspepsia ATrWeekly be Ten Thojmund Dollar, dhliliid lute one HAVANA AND KEY WEST,

\' sour stomach, belching/ heartburn hundred ahiires of onp hundred! dollar earb ,

and all stomach troubles.' Its preparation Allot the capital stock of said corporation .,
a t" is the result of many years of re44" BhulIbopalJ upon the uiKanlialiun of the from Tbealt time several Time Tables i show the times at which trains may beexpeoted ft arrive stand depart
their arrival or departure at the times stated U not guaranteed
? .f. search. Sold by_A. G. Riegel. corporation nor is this Company to be bald responsible for any. delays or any ooneoa.aenoe orlalug theroJrom
British MD..... Dome.

Jr' q The reading room of the British mu.I' 4 The term of this corporation ahali'begin For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or_Other Informe.tJOR.' ,J"/>'

1th Hum la crowned by a spacious dome, wit h the IsHuq! of Letters Patent and continue "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." -

r< which Is about thirty: feet wider than iietuully. :
d4 1 FIFTrf.Tbevtotkholdun J. D. RAHNBR Asst. Oen'l )? .
4 that of St Paul's cathedral. It Is 140 ARTICLE ass. Agt.:, 5T. _AUQUSTINB, _FLA.. ,

1 I, feet In diameter and, with Its 00,000 at the first annual meetIng -

tip t superficial feet of glass springs more to,be held on the second 'eduoaday,. In "
Sailings Between February D. 11)06. and annually thereafter .
than 100 feet In height Neither St Pe- Soathern
N) .shall elect five of their number 811 Director R&lcu&y
I:, terti at Rome nor Santa Maria at Florence
and Maid Directors. at their Drab meeting
Is a match to It. It is larger by
Ihurwaftershall( elect from their number a ,
i forty-five; feet than the dome of the Calling Charleston 8.C., both way. Pre..h..t.. Vlce-PreHldent.S cretary and Treasurer EFFECTIVE JANUARY n, 1909 "

t tl capitol at Washington by thirty-five: THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN TOt: COASTWISE SERVICE Until their first annual meeting WII- -

feet than that of Darmstadt cathedral, mon Whllldla,' .shall net aa President, C. C. Three Vestibule Trains Eaal North. and; West INo I 131N" s J.@:: '

by thirty-three; feet than that of St. rhllllimworth on Viee-Preeldent, Wallace It. .
THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SUUT11EHN LINES I.v Jacksonville:.... 80 ay 12201' 0 ion 7SSP;. I.v ackeunv 11e. 1'18.... So Ry 7 4 pI\ OOa ......
Sophia, Constantinople, and spreads Moses KH Secretary and TrtfUHuror} and all I.v Jecaup.............. 80 Ry i Sup tt 54/1 10 40P.. Iv Jessup. 05..... ... .., 80 Ry 10 3"" 11 85. .. ...
sixteen further than the concave roof Direct Service Betweet. the Inrorporaton ua Directors. Lv 8a"a..na80 Ry 4.nlt 13u1> to 'sa.. Ar Mama., O. ....... ....,.kn Ry S ape 3 4UI' ...... S
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The business of tile corporation shall be I Ar Columbia 1 Po Ry liMp: 6651' 6 wa. AI' Atlal1ta. Oa .So Ry 5. 6 vny .
'lf ,of the tomb of Mohammed Adll Shah JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, / Ar CharloU...... ..... So Ry i rift IU o"V 9 558.. Ar Nome Oa........... ,..1\0 Ry 7 308 II .....
at BtJapur. AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. I conducted bathe. Board of Director. Ar Or..en.bllro...... 80 Ry .820. 159 13 5'P.. AI' Dalton 00..6" Ry 8'50 9 ......
The Board of Director shall make such Ar.Dl1nvllle .....,. .. 110 RI 64611 11050 lOp.. Ar Chuttenooga. T .Ro 9 4.'j8 IU 0(19........ 4
4 4Y Calling at Charleston both way I
Rule and liy-Lnwg a* they may dorm 11ee_ Ar L exiu R ton, Ky.. ::::::.Q (3 w rArRichmond a ......
; Tb. MM Who !. In 'ma.t.The 9EMl.wEEKLY SAILINU! ArCinclnuntLOh1o, .. RC 74op 7 .... ,
sary to regulate tbe buelmSeae\ of the corpora. ......"...........so 1 I 642 +
vital necessity for the qualities Southbound J From Lewis' Wharf, Boston Lv Clnclnual Ohl" nlll 8 4"P S 3Os ...... a ,

of Inspiration reality: and magnetism Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville tlon." t Ar IIchburg ......So Ry 11341' 4 '''1'.. Ar jhimgo, 111 ,..,.. ? !!!.Fonrl 7 ,0..1. II Unit ......
1 \ > ARTICLE 8IXT1I. Ar Charlottesville\ ...80 Rv 713.. v 30..1 Ii top. I.v''luchll'PII ,tic Lines. 8 asp II Iuu ...... '
a' was brought home to me when I was a Ar Wa.hilllllon".tlo RV ,0 lOll 9 45a II hIp.. ArChtrngn. lit .........1'n U....., .on 1\ opL, + ,
t I schoolboy fiddling at college functions. Tho hlll'h..t. amount of lulebtednean or liability Ar 11..ltI01ore......, .1' R 11. 11311U 11 Soa II 1IIJ.. v CIUC noel (lhuo CU.VJT-9' 4yp Ii dun ......
to which paid corporation can at any Ar Wu.. J'bllndell'hlai'IU 1431t I 35a.. Chlca8'u, III .... C 11 It D, 8 .....
saw speakers forward and 65p.
came ,
f \ L'l2IB;
+ CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE time .subject Itself shall be'10.000.00.ARTICLE Ar Now York ...,.....1. Jt It! .4 16" 4 t3pl 3un... '
e who-well, just spoke so many words. ;; Gin ;mlati;; Ohlu1 H&D 945P1 S ....,
{ No 34.-"New York and FlorIdA Ar Toledo, Ohio ....C H a: D 5 spa I >8u"I.>' .. .. ,iPullman
Then would come an orator, a. man who Between Jacksonville and 3anford. SEVENTHThe Dr.wlng-RooUl Sleeph" Car Tampa Ar Detroit, MI b........,. _P14 _7 ana4.. !: ..:.=, ,(

acted the part, who lived the part, who Stopping at Falatka Astor St. Francis Beresiord (DeLand) and name and residences of the subscriber and Jaclr."vlUe to New York Lv ClnctnoalL Oblo..t'a.I..e"l a .... ,
+t was the. part because he believed It, IntermedIate Landings on the St. John River to this tharter, nnd tbe number of shares Ar PllHbllr&. Pa..Pal.lnes. S ..... i,
No. and Ploridn Unllle .Cincinnati l l ; inlg;: 93DV-J ......
..r,i' 1 and the off their feet anbHcrlbed, are a* follows iWilmen "Waahtnl'ton: Four 110. '
soswept people '
Steamer "Citv of Jacksonville' Dolly Pullman DrpwingRoom Sleeping C 1'. ArCleveland. !! Ohio..RigFotm_ r 6 801)V) ......
Whllldln West Palm Beach, Florida,
J. P. Bonaa In London Jacksonville 10 New York
Interview. Lv L XI gton, Ky..._... ..801l.y Sop 6 ....:. +
Issppolnted to sail as 101l0..a-LeaveJ."kaonvllla. Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:80: p. m SO shares Ar Louisville Ky .........SnRy i lop II bon.,..... aNo
and Sundays at 0:110 UCCblllliiRnorth; West Palm Beach, Flat Ida 32-.onthern'A Palm LlmlleI, VeatiArStLouis ....... ............lioRl1..l..' /6up .....
leave Sanloril Mondays WednumluyH B. m.
"I have used Returning ..
Chamberlain's but
Stomach tr"'I1..1""<11 l'rhwlulC UOOIII Camped-
SO .vharuH.Wallace Ar Anlll.lo..AII& .,. So Ry 9 4111"3 .....
w t and Liver Tablets with moat satisfactory R. MuseslVestPulm Des, Florida ment. CIubCm"poatubservetiun\ and iumiug: Arnirminghum Alit ...$o lI.y 11 II >> ..... ,
Southbound Mchedule. Northbound l.era between 8. Augustine, JacI"ollvlUo all,1 ] .. Sip lIO..I.
results says Mrs. F. L. Phelps, Houston Ar llelnPhl.Ten..Frhc. II ...
110 shares.George New Yorkk ..:..
Texas. For indigestion.'bihoaaness' Read down
t I and, these tablets) >.e."eS3Dpm .. ... '........ .. JACKSONVILLE. ... ..... ., ... .... .....Arrive 3 oo am W. PotterWeal j,Palm Beach Florida. btemphla. 1'e n ................ s ........ i .
I excellent.constipation Sold by all are most .. 845pra, ..... ,... .. .. .......... .. .PALATKA.. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .. ....Leave 8 oo pm 20 shares Through 'rhe Land of the Sky"I No. 3"E }tot 8pri _8''' Art...:...,:::....?1.I./ 9 3opf....... [;:.

medical dealers druggists and .. S seam .. ........,.. ..... ............. ASTOR ..... .......... ..... ...... ...... 8 30 put John C. Slower, West Palm Beach, Florida, No .

M 4 30 am...... .......... ....... ... .P'r.FRANCI9...., ...... ,.... ...... ...... S oo pm iO shares. Lv 1acl..oDvllle..... ...::......bO Ry ....., Vestibule 13-"The train,Plorlda through: Limited.day coaches Dcily and, Pull.Nold r,

t, -' .... .. ..... ... ... ..BKF.B3FORD (DLAND)...... .......... ... oopm STATE OF FLORIDA. Ar Lv Columbia Savllnuah.Ga..80 8. C. .............80 icy Ry 6 ooa .,............. meq sleeping care Jacksonville. to c.i..cluuat\; \. _

4', AppUTaA'..Tiihteap.." Arrives josm....?.... .................. ....?8 AN FORD ............. ... .. .... ........ soam sa. Ar Aehvllla N. C.' Ky q 30p ; .
c r 1'' ; The apple la such a common fruit .. 10 00 am.........................,...........ENTEBF1U8E.................................. 1.000 am COUNTY or DADE / Ar trot SOringet I N.: ::::.:::::t Ry s 37p ::::: ::: No tIJ-Pulhnttn Urnwing Room Sleeping Car. .
( ArKnoxville. 7cnu.......... SO Ry 600p ......... lIoCw.eD Jacksonville. nlrmlngh"l11, JlI'phle '
f'' k 3 that very few persons are familiar Before me personally appeared WlluiooWhllldlu. Ar Lonl..vllle.. ..... ........ .....80 ky 8 50a ... ..... alld Kunsaa City.ArStiouis. '
-, General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleF. C. C. Chllllngworth, Wallace RKotie .......................!Betty 4 ip ..... .... '
1 ; 1 with remarkably efficacious medicinal *. George W. Potter and John C. Stow Ar lnchmallL: Ohio........ Q It C; 6 5a ......... Na
and "
properties. Every one ought to ]1(. IRONMONUKK. Jr., AM't Oen'l Pass Agt 1W West Bay Jacksonville.. Fla. II-"ChioR/fO/ Florida Special, Solid
r era, each to me well known, and each auknOw4udKed No. 3O-DailT Pullman Dr.wlnll'-Room and..".IILlbule trail!, I'ullmao 1)rawlng !toom Uura
know: that the very beet thing be can W. <*. COOPER, Jr. I'rel'\.t' : of,Hogan Street .Iaol. LOV JlLL: 8apt l tbat lie signed the foregoing Blla' t SleeplugCer between Jacksonville soil between.8t.ulu.Urle.. Jacksonville Clnclnlluclnllali. -

do is to eat apples just before retiring A. C. irAUBRTY.:, Oen'\ Eaa 'D l'aae. AKt, New Yolk. CLYDE MlLVE.OflnT Fr't Art" N. T Charter for the,UBCS and purposes therein ex- natl. Chicago; { ,Cleveland: Detroit and St Louie y.
s for the nights-Family Doctor. VHKU. c.. ...KOKK WH f. ()LYD4C.. ,
General Manager General AfeoUChosebronKh preHsed. t4ARRIVALS
'q a Bulldlnc 10 Stale Street New York In witness whereof I have bereunto sot my Excellent 'Dining Car Service

The Right Name Is IJeWitt. band) and affixed my official seal at Wont AT JACKSONVILLE '

DeWltfs Witch Hazel Salve Palm Beach, Florida,this SOth day of March. i From! New York, WashingtonBl tc.-No9.."Washington and;Florida Limited"
cools 9.00 a. m.
A. D. 1 003. ELWYN N. MUSES } New York Washington, eto. No '
? 31, Southern's Palm Limited.l7a.4i
k and p. m.
soothes I .
heals cuts burns boils
New lurk Washington etc..No.
I Public In and for the State 33. Washington and Florida. .:xore..7'40.P' m.
i bruises piles and all skin diseases. K. E. Notary From Cincinnati! Aslivllle, etc.--Na 39. and Florida Limited. .
Zlckelfoose, Adolph, W Va., says: "My Atlantic Coast LineTHE Notary's of Florida at Large. My comml cz: From Chicago.: Cincinnati. Atlanta ela-No. 14-Florida. ClhhIIctad"itio am.9oo"'Iu"FromChloHKoClncinnaU.tUattanoogaAtlantmoto.No.t

,, little daughter had white swelling so bad i Seal sloa.eiplresjanuary; O, 1900. /: ), Special! p.m

that piece after piece of bone worked out i I. C. LUSK, Dtat. Pass. Agent, 108 Welt Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fit.
'11 cured her." It is the most wonderful I Clrenl6.DadeCountyFlorIda Inchaucery. W. H. TAYLOE, 0. P. A.

I healing salve in the world. Beware of CONNECTIONS Margaret Arnold v, Groom i)J Order- 8.H.HARDWJCK, P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN, A. Q. P- A

counterfeits.. Sold by A. G. Riegel ItarrlHon Thomson Groom )

I The Over its own rails to Savannah .To ton Harrison are hereby Thomson; required Groom to: anpenr and -.- '--'V'qp- ""q' ,,..a. ,, ".... .
Ireland'. Sa.... O.La.t East plcftd answer or demur to tbe bill of complaint
Charleston Richmond and Wash- exhibited against you In tbe above ..t.
Ireland bad
In gone by a sacred
styled; cause at the court house, at IIlaml.Da.le ,
oak dedicated to St. Columban, ington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. County .Florida. nn Monday, June Itch, fh'DSA'V1(1lnQaOOfbfs'
the via All Rail A. D. 1 lion and It I III ordered that the order
of the of tree be- J
f one peculiarities be pallll..... In The Tropical Hun once each t5'
ing that whoever carried a small bit -- week. for tour consecutive weeks. % J, Aro euro Indications of some form of stomach ''

of the wood or bark In his month would The The Loulsille & Nashville, via Montgomery lath Done day and 01 ordered April!,A.at D.Miami 111011.E. ., Florida, this 11 r I .'4 trouble bihouariess or fc bad liver. Ma. .. :a will)1 1

11 never meet with a violent death It being West C. DE.\RnOR. I'' next overtake you. Don't risk It anrt ,ve ofi

t especially efficacious in saving 1 The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery\ [Ct.lleo.Ot.G.Heal!Currte) Complainant'Clerk Cllrrult. Solicitor.Court ( ;,

1' : Christian martyrs: from the block. It Apt tt'-wSEverybody's .rt' \ dDA'HERWNE-
W ) wu known throughout the British
To Via Savannah and Ocean for New '
Steamship Company, .
Isles u the holy oak of Kenmare.
The York Philadelphia, Beaton. 'a7
After the lapse of many centuries this) East t/s Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Haiti.I Column / a :/; > has ah their vlrtws; -none of their "

r sacred oak was uprooted by a storm, more. deadly effoots. HERBins: taken 'Af

4' after which It was said to be guardedby Via Savannah and Merchant & Miners Transportation Com. .S regularly 11 forestall heatiachca,put

: angels to keep heretics from gatherIng via I steamship pany for Baltimore and Philadelphia. MONEY TO LOAN. the dl rOAd organs lu perfect condi ra

the wood for fuel. At last a wicked -'I l tion off bfilonsnesa, haacinches,
----- -- --" -- ----
;l tanner "barked" one of Its largest TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidentaland TF YOU HAW PROPERTY THAT 'I r Ure Up| keep you !ia goocT'heu.lth..

_ limbs and tanned some leather, which I you want to improve and need money _, tnv n TODAV.50o .,

:. he made Into shoes for himself Imagining to do it with apply to Geo. O. Cut ne, *x Dattte AIl Dra/rLts..
( Steamship Company '!:!"" rmwwwa??
19 that such relics would bring him HAVANA I West Palm Beach. t' .P __ ____........ r

wealth and power. He wore them bat SOMETHING NEW Sold at Riegel's Drug Store. -

once, however but that one time wu FOR RENT
Incurable Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 miles of among tae'prmcip:
enough to make him an leper.
railroads In the Southern State, are on sale by the principal agents. Corner storeroom splendid location,
Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line apartment above, also cot-
'i Bargain in Belgian Hares.-Apply to Frank C. ffiyleston. Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark, Traveling Passenger tage ill rear. New six-room cottage fur. *:i; s.

'I)1' J., B. Donnelly Clarke estate Palm Agent, 138 West Bay Street, Astor Building Jacksonville Fla. II. M. Emerson nabe| or unfurnished. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN

; ,. Beach. z6-3t Traffic Mans ,er, W. J. Craig General Passenger Agent, Wilmington N. C. II. F. McGlNLBV, at H.\ E. Gruber'a.


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WORK I I ,,, '
'} M MATTER OF HEALTH '' ---- Grand Council Convenes ..n Wacom ::,,:; I
Traglo Termination of a Prank Played "
South Arrlean Boers ,
with .
'I' Grand Chapter Also Moots.Macnn. \
ON PANAMA GANAl By Husband Upon WIfe.Parls' Cronje Visiting United/ States.Norfolk. VI (;in April MVnrIj; .:lee) I \\Ih'i
. April 20.-'M.' HTdmond elouae
Vu., April' 20.- ) !Masons 11'011ail noi-Hoiis of> (Ih,' Htiu1wtre :::1.
wishing to play a joke his wife,
on Cronje who "
was a member of |ixjsi-nt at the opining t-fhion 01 ."w.
s K'nge."s cabinet for 12 years *b. grand council at Mammtc Temple: ,L
I'' Chef Engineer Wallace Gives which and1 one of the hands he lightly a noted Boer leader, and Is now on In this! cIty. Grand Maxter .1. C. GnvnfloIJ r

""t/\/, OUt attached to the body by means 61 tour of America, was shown a of Atlanta, delivered polishedand
::' .1,' Interesting Facts. gum\ and placed it In a bed. of the new constitution tody. Impressive annual addreu to the. ,
I': ,\::'? While '
Lelouse was watching the proceedings said: ,
l'\\\; i.I I body. ,
.../ .. 8,000 MEN ARE NOW EMPLOYED I from behind some draperies "It is a breach of the treaty The work of the grand council vas .,
I''I,, ", his wife, about to retire grasped, what panda made us by England who completed at the night: session and I ,''t

I,.'..jj ,' Hotels Are Being Built and Fitted Up :I she supposed In the semi-darkness to ised a self government as soon as I .the order adjourned after a large number .

\ : ." With All Modern Sanitary Improvements be her husband's hand but whlch'was country was in a settled state ''I of Mason. were promoted. Tli. 'r
in reality that of the wax figure. The "King Edward has been advised His election of annual officers occurrfd ai

" ,' -The'. Unskilled Laborers Are. band, cold and clammy, detached Itself the capitalists in the drawing up / the afternoon session. IJie officers ,
""., '
\j ,I'" ArnN6 Mostly Natives. from the limp and remained in this constitution which to ay are as follows:

her grasp. With a terrible cry 01] is no constitution at all. The U W. Burkett, grand master, Macon ;,
Chicago, April 26.-Speaking of the terror, Mme. Lelouse let the hand drop thing which remains to be done is ; T. F. Moody, deputy grand master

POWDER Actual I physical work of build ng the to the ground and flung her arms!! bV patient and work with petitions Cuthbert; W. H. Num.b -rger i

Panama canal Mr. John F. Wallace, around the figure's neck, when the the British government. On < grand conductor of the work, Augusta; i

t /v> Absolutely Pure chief engineer of the Panama commission head also became detached and rolled the remark that petition would W. A. Wollhln, grand recorder, and

said today that an organizationhad down upon the floor. The terror-atrick avail, he responded: grand treasurer; J. J. Hyman, grand i j

HAS 80 SUBST/WTZ already been formed embodying en woman, uttering piercing shrieks, "If they trample them underfoot chaplain, Ara.bl. ; R. H. Taylor, grand '

a total of 8,000 men, Of this number ran'down, the stairs where she was ten years still they must listen to captain of the guard, Griffin; J. C. Poe- l ''

practically 6,000 men are enageged in stopped by.some neighbors and detail some day. or tell, grand marshal Savannah'John; ;
equipment and construction work, and ed. Whea' the police arrived It wag! "The people of tl* Transvaal B. Wilkinson, grand conductor 'of the>

MATTERS OF. 2,000 men are engaged In policing tht found that she had become raving mad. been forming a political council Atlanta; Max I* McRae, grand

I canal zone, and' in sanitary work, and Later she was conveyed to the asy under the Boer .leaders known as so Steward, McRae; Lee Wages, grand i''

INTEREST in cleaning up the isthmus.. ThIs organization lum. When the husbanfl. was apprisedof 'Hetvolk,' the people, who will sentinel, Macon. ?
:, fLOCAL. \ will be rapidly increasedand the hopelessness of his wife's condition what was promised them in the ho The grand chapter! Royal Aroh Masons

\ 1 f has been Increasing at the rate oi he poisoned himself by swallow ing of the peace treaty. a II wll clonvene/ 10 o'clock tomorrow i '

Condensed News Paragraphs Per- 800 to 1,000 men a month. Ing a dose of nitric acid. ,- "Under tbe new constitution and morning to remain in seslon! ;
" ,' Of the total number morning afternon and night un-
of men -employ will be labor during 1
arrayed against and
; :;*[ taming: to West PalmBeach: ed, about 10 per cent are high-clase SITUATION CRITICAL IN ARABIA. is no possibility of I' til Thursday. The number of visitor'

it;;". and Vicinity. men from the United States, and the The Briton now in South Africa will increase at the sessions of the

rest are mechanics, artisans and Turkish Troops Sent to the Relief of allied with the Boer and wants Royal Arch chapter. Grand High ,

,, Born-to Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. borers that have been brought from that Country. government, and does not want to I Priest Y. A. Wright, of Jackson, Ga., !

;,:';; Brown, at St. Augustine, Fla., on Fri. the nearby South American and Central Aden April 26.-The situation! in country to tie ruled by capitalists \ will deliver his annual address at the! e ,

y day morning, April as, 1905, a ion. American coasts, and from the Turkish Arabia has become critical. It magnates." a opening session tomorrow. .
West Italian Islands. There Is a demand transpires that only a thousand of the The i
:In .the wayof sidewalk obstructions Boers and Britons who are .
for men expert In tha mechani Turkish troops sent to the relief of in America with COO PRESIDENT KILLS TWO BEARS.Hunting .
the fire extinguisher: box, corner of Cronje, over fa : 'I
Evernia and Olive streets, might be mentioned cal trades; for instance, steam shovel Rlza Pasha, Sanal and Fez fled thither all, have become reconciled to the the "
men, draughtsmen englnemen, railwaytrack after sustaining a defeat at the handsof tent of agreeing colonize In [ : Trip Is Proving Sucessful Be. ;

as one. foremen, carpenters skilled in the insurgents. Riza Pasha troopa ca, probably In Georgia.YOUNG had. yond Expe .tatons.; 1'
County Superintendent of Public In. Glenwod Springs, Colo., April 26.- '
heavy timber work and in the construction 6,000 strong, encountered the Arabs
struction R. E. Hall wa in the city on of dredges and bridges. In President Roosevelt's hunting trip has l4
In great force 6 miles south of Sanal! KENTUCKIAN '
Thursday visiting the schools and talk. been crowned with /success far beyond \
addition to the repair of th eresldences March 30 and after a sharp encounter ,
log over school m alter/R. about 2,400( that were constructed by most of the troops'consisting of Syrian Thought His 8weetheart Had In his expectations or those of the most .

In the House of Representatives, the French, eight three story hotels reserves laid down their arms or deserted Him Over Telephone. sanguine/ of his guides. Three tears I ':t

Wednesday, lion. Graham. King, of are being constructed: at various centers the remnants of the Turks managing Lexington, Ky., April 26.- two were killed by the party today and ",''I
yesterday, one by the presidentand fl'
Dade, Introduced a measure amending of population .the purpose being to reach Sanai the same evening. tion in a telephone conversation .
one by'Drr Lambert. P. B. i Stewart .
the county court of this county the accommodation, principally; of the 'The 'chlef of stair Issat Pasha, .was evening Is held responsible for an of ": 7
unmarried American men engaged l Colorado Springs, one of ,the ;$$1, :
suicide which will
killed and seven guns were abandonedand tempt at prove
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational president's hunting ,
companions, arhiw I l
the work. Two of the hotels are com,
taken possession of -by the Arabs, cessful, ''
Church invite their friends. ed here accompanied b'yCourler
pleted. Material has been ordered, who also captured 200 camels, and William T. Atchison, a }
gentlemen included, to attend a socialat man. They brought the story of the
and arrangements made for the remaining large quantities of rifles and ammunitions. aged 23, had met and courted
the home of Mr. and Mrs C. C. hunt. The killing of the three' bears
six. The hotels are provided Minnie Thacker, aged 20, by
Chilling worth on Thursday, May 4,from was telephoned to them, and they understood
with bathrooms and all modern neces. The investment of Sanal by the- Insurgents her parents objecting to the suit.
3 to 5 p. m. Tea will be served ; that President Roosevelt had .
sary hotel Appliances. had a misunderstanding which was
is being tightened. The Syrian
brought down two of
but the details
..The memorial edition of the Times. Up to date seven American steam reinforcements which recently arrived ing discussed when the young \ are lacking. }

Union, which is to be issued for the ben hovels have been Installed and ten In Arabia are unsatisfactory, says the telephones were ,
The party is almost snowbound In .i
efit of the ladies of the U. D. C. of Florida more are on the isthmus in course of and the Ottoman officials are anxiously ed. AtchIson evidently thought .. its present location and no attempt J f

has 'been necessarily delayed and erection or aru on the way there, and awaiting the arrival of European battalions had answered him by hanging up will be made to cross the divide. Fifteen 't

will appear some time during the corning 24 additional shovelera'have been ask. upon whom the fate- of the cap. receiver. Going to the saloon of feet of snow is on the ground on ( ,
will be ed for from the commission. ShouldIt : Cockrill, famous in the BreathItt
' week, The local chapter ital of Yemen province depends. the other side, and any effort to reach 'i',
w" furnished with one hundred copies of be decided to change the canal to ty feuds, Atchison wrote a tax I Red Sone would be futile, Bob cats

the edition,which it will ojf:r for sale. sea level :Mr Wallace said, It had been JUDGE SAVES WOMAN'S LIFE note and then made Cockrill an are thick! in the country! now being
estimated that 14 miles of summit cut for a pistol on display. Asking to ''I;
Morris received telegram L. hunted so plentiful in'fact .
Mrs. J. D. C. a that manyare \ .
;Friday announcing the death of will be necessary, and this would require New York Jurist/ Rstrsonds to Call of amine it he placed the muzzle at to- 'allowed to escape without a shot. ; ':
100 steam shovels, about, 300 en. I Fire and Renders- Aid. breast and fired a 45 caliber $ Several fine skins have been p,"'
ber sister, Mrs. Wm. Pendletonof Joliet, Valuable taken : I i
gives and train crews and 16,000( dump : through his body just over the ,
111. Mts. Pendletou spent the winter in New York, Apr.l :2o-: "-Supieme Court bor however.
Daytona and lived about a week after cars. The service would necessitatefour Justice Edward( E McCill, Professor He is not expected to survive. the The bear killed by the president was t

she returned to her home in Joliet. double track railways for the removal Seligman, the economist: of Columbia! of the brown variety, not so heavy
.: of .the material, which would university, William WJgslis and a "STATE OF'ALLEGHENY St'T'the but furnishing a much finer pelt than tV 'I
Her father Mr Thos. Bossom spends
have to be hauled 15 miles on an av score of other residents of West ]DIgh the 'first animal killed. One of.t /
hill winters at Blake where he has a win.ter
erage. Aproxlmately 350 miles of construction ty-slxth street, near Riverside drive Western Pennsylvania Want bears killed today Is said to be a grizzly

: home. Deceased was 29 years of track will be necessary. united! as a fire brigade: last night to ; State Split In Twain. but this cannot be verified. '

age.-Daytona Journal. save the old Somevllle mansion, at No. Pittaburg, Pa., April .-Now .

.,:I'r. and Mrs E. N. Moses, of West FOOT CAUGHT IN FROG. 328 West Eighty-sixth street, from destruction Pittsburg and Allegheny are to THINKS AMERICANS ARE TOADIES,

Palm Beach, were visitors to the city -- by fire. united into a greater Pittsburg, ,,

yesterday Mr. Moses is one of Dade's Man 'Is. Unable to Remove It and If Justice McCall and Miss Etta Somerville comes a cry for a division of the Kaiser William Thinks Wealthy Amer-

most prominent young business men, Crushed to Death. led the fire fighters and succeeded monwealth. The Allegheny .leans Are Coddlers.. ',

and has built up a large: real estate and Toledo, O., April 26.-Standing on in keeping the flames under form a natural. dividing line, po New York, April 26.-A Naples cable i

Insurance business in his home town, the' railroad track with his foot caught control until the arrival of the fire off a little more than one-third of II. to the World says: When Kaiser

besides being associated with his father, 4a a frog and a long freight train approaching men. Justice McCall carried Mrs. Som. western portion of the stftie. I Wilhelm quitted the steamship Ham.

Mr Wallace R. Moses, in the West Elmer Green a switchman, ervllle, who Is 70 years of age and infirm The claim is made that I burg here he asked an official of the

Pan Beach water works system.-Miami. stood calmt-r and waited for death in' to the street, after she had violently of Philadelphia and the east so ;hl po- company if the suite which had been

News, Wednesday. the Wheeling and Lake Brie yards t protested against leaving the things that the western part of specially fitted up for his use on the

and the east end of Holmstead. Green was house that bad sheltered her and her state suffers, its development being voyage walt to fee left as it was.

The memoers of the Utopia Club struck by the engine and his body family for more than half a century.She tarded, while the east reaps all He was' told that the suite would be ,i

theif ladies enjoyad a novel entertain. thrown directly under the wheels an. was taken to the home of the supreme benefits of statehood.It .- Immediately dismantled. 4 '

meat at the clubrooms last evening. It the entire train of 20 cars passed over court justice at No. 321 West is asserted that the division The kaiser, according to the Frankfurter '

was a "guessing entertainment and afforded Eighty-sixth street and remained there ment will be begun at once. The &. Zeltung, then said :"That IB a

no little amusement, while it was him.Green was walking along the railroad until the firemen had done their work. proposed for ,the' new state Is '' great pity, and will result In a -considerable .

instructive'as well. The ladies' first prize track when his foot was caughtIn gheny," seemingly making loss to the steamship com

was awarded to )Mrs. E. N. Dimick she a frog, and while he was trying to Kaiser' Preaches an Easter Sermon. Lincoln's allusion to the "State of pany. I am sure there are many

having made the greatest number of cor. release it the bright headlight on a Messina, Italy, April 26.-The Ger legheny." Americans who would pay almost anything

1 rect guesses, and the gentleman's prizes freight engine appeared and almost man Imperial yacht Hohezollern was I for the privilege-: ( of oconpng jd "

went to Mr. F. F. Bahnson. Dr. J. I/. blinded him. He worked vigorously profusely decorated with flowers and Want Receiver for Mining the cabins and sleeping in the bt.

Liddy carried off the "booby" honors. to release his foot when he realized plants in celebration of Easter. Dr. Louisville, April .-A Times which has been used by a kaiser." ,

Word' was received here yesterdaythat that the train was on the track on Goens, the German court chaplain, cial from Bowling Green Ky., .

J. B. Newman, formerly a resident which'he was fastened, but all In vain. came from Berlin expressly to performa that the first suit growing out of and White Men Arrested for Lynching. I

of \hami' and West Palm Beach, was As the train came closer he appearedto service 'in the chapel of the yachtIn assignment of P. J. Potter Sons, Columbia, S. C., April 26.-A sensation N
the of William local bankers was filed today by was In this state the ,
ill at the hospital In Jackson. realize that he was a doomed man, presence Emperor sprung upon
e critically This morning a telegram announces and suddenly straightened himself up the imperial family and their suites onel E. L. Mottley, the assignee arrest of four prominent business men

ville. death. It has not been disclosed and clasped his two hands together and the staffs of the German ships at the Institution. It Is for the of Kershaw, charged with the lynching

his disease was that above his head as though appealing to present in this harbor. At the con. ment of a receiver for the Green the of J. T. Morrison, a white man. tr
as to what the which occurred In' that town ,Oct. 2
death. lIe was heaven to assist him. The next instant clusion of the service the emperor de- er Mining and Transportation it on
caused Mr. Newman'* the train struck him. livered a sermon, expounding a test ny. The charges that the of last year. Three other men were arrested .

buried today by the Masonic fraternity from the Bible. At luncheon, where manufacturing and transportation a in Lancaster a few days ago

Jacksonville.: Mr. Newman will\ be Arrested as Bank Swindler. there were present all of the local authorities pany is operating at a in connection 'With the same case. A

remembered by many of the older the empero.. in conversation and that it is unable to pay Its preliminary trial will be given the
Colo., April 26--JosephAdams 'apd
be Jeft this city about Denver, men now under arrest at Lancaster on
residents, only, as and Wilson, whole showed a thorough knowledge of the The company owns two steamers, ; a
Wed alias Decker '
Record, Friday. The people of the town ol
four years aKo.-Mlaml Importantcity Italian language. barges, a general store, 1,100 acres yet
wanted In nearly every : Kershaw have
chartered a special
land and other property.
nesday. and has been

in the country
Representative Charles L. Smith had the American Bankers' association Can Ride Over World Free. mines and store are near Coffman train, which is free t6 any one desIring
sought by a
to to Lancaster to attend the
introduced a bill In the lower House atTa.a1ahaasee for two years, has been arrested New York, April 26.- lAmong the and the general office Is In the city. go
hearing. By some, further trouble la "
for the relief of Fish' Commissioner here. Adams, according to the passengers to arrive on the Red Star anticipated.

John T. Detwiler, of NewSmyrna PInkertons, formerly belonged to the line steamship Kroonland front Ant Died Performing His Duty. .::1" ,

The bill will carry an appropriation Knox-Whlteman gang of bapk swindlers werp, were seven members of the Bel- New York, April 26.-In a fire New Russian' Minister to China. v
and we worked b# himself In the glum delegation to the, international on the east side Acting Battalion
of 1200 for that purpose but has "
Pekln. April 26.-M. Pokotlloff president }
Wieland killed\ and one end of
raUway which convene in was
Mr. His fa congress I
will the last two years.
\ earnestly hope that it pass. west for ad ? of the Russo-Chlneae bank has
block Grand Orchard and I l
Washington May 2 and Countess on
and most was to '
hardest they say
oi the vorlte game
Detwiler is one been appointed Russian minister .to a
of who streets was gutted, causing a loss
d'Haeasonville, Mount Vernon, I I' $
bank a clergyman.
workers and tbe poorest himself to a fire Lessar who
conscientious' ..-- has been on a visit to friends In Ger- timated at about $200,000. The ; China to succeed M. Paul '!;>t
of tbe appointees under Gov. Brow- the died recently. M. Pokotlloff had many
paid many. The railroad delegates wereF. was under control and Wieland .
should Mr., Detwiler receive browned While Duck Hunting. years' experience in Chinese affairs,
ard. Not only Bruneel, Jules Habran, E. Herero- ascending ladder on the Grand
should 26.-Laveroa McCrlllls, ; and Is considered suitable for the '1 't
State April
but the I Erie, very !
more pay bans, A Hodlege, B. Holemans, Q. Nol- side when it slipped and be
in running of Triouvllle, and Archie be- position. His selection, however, has "i
all the I aged plate
give him let and C. Van Bogaert. All of the thrown through a glass I
the fish laws.- Clark, aged 19. of .Centrevllle, students to created ,surprise he has heretoforeheld 'It
violate wad
. down those who : delegates carried railroad passes goodon He removed to.a hospital,
Normal school, at oc diplomatic appointment. "
at the State no J
Daytona Journal! every railroad in the world. be died.' .. .. .. .
. Edlnboro Pa., were drowned In Con- .. .. .4... .,si\ ,
The Right Name Is beWnt.Dewitfa neaut Lake while out duck hunting ap- 250,000 People Homeless. ;
In Russia.Borrlssogloe'bsk .
Situation European
\; ,
Boy Accidentally Kills Brother,
'Witch Hazel Salve cools In a.rowboat. The boat drifted ashore, Russia Lahore. April 26."'--The lieutenant 'i" .,
bolls, overcoats of the!! European Portsmouth 0.. April 26. ;Before "
lIOO'bes and heals, cute, burns, containing only the governor of the Punjab, in the course ., i! <,
26. The local bourse has tele-
.tlsealle& K. B.Zickelfooae April liceman E. W. Smith accompanied! '
bruises plies land aU akin two young men. of public address on behalf of the 1:3: ;
: Adolph, W Va., says: "Mv graphed (o Interior Minister Bout wife to church he laid his revolver .
earthquake fund, stated''that he ; 1
white awel1iDJ eo bad as follows: The situation in Russia stand' at hlmo. Hid sonEarl )
daughter bad gan a ,
tittle worked out Ten Killed In Mine Disaster.Wllkesbarre. ; the deaths by the earthquake had not :/ ,t ..
after pleee of bone is excessively strained. Besides 14 and his brother Casulu ,
that piece ,,, a !
Salve 28.-While 10 ; exceeded 15.000. He added, that within
Witch Ihzel Pa.. April t
DeWitt'S in the towns Russia is
of her leg.. wonderful theConyngham .discontent of 19, came into the house later, 300 affected 700 miles
It I' the most were being lowered into the area, square 4
cured ber. miners confronted by a terrible agrarianmovement ?
of seeing the revolver began handling
healing salve in the world. Beware mine today the rope broke : With a population, of 250,000 nearly ,"
and class hatred is growing
Rle el.J In it was'
counterfeits. Sold by A. G. carriage fell to the bottom, some manner ex every building had collapsed or been .,
and the It is absolutely ,.necessary to convoke the bullet striking Caaslus In the
men rendered 'nnlnbatltabls.) f
All the
r.l of 750 feet.
and a distance representatives of the people.
suppUssj .
School desks and Ink". Instantly killed. bead, fatally Injuring him. !" .

blank books at Idners, were "

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Ufa Viih. WM' U. How a (.............. Sraolcoa, Docontrle WaiKou "Wheel. 1 NOTICE OK INTENTION TO APPLY

: Her head bad dropped Upon bis ehoudcr. 'I- Of all smokers the C'hlnamnn goes to I A very interesting paradox la the one MCTTKQM: PATHNT::

1 the greatest trouble and obtains the concerning uu ordinary wagon beel. Nil it IK horvlirarlvwi d Florida East Coast Railway.
i. least result. "He carries" says an observer which Is solid and rigid, yet when fast Ihn"h"unI.I/of1J1!
"It ,
only tie whispered, "thy elite Inii'ml tu npplv ti> iliu (n..v..r ol l In", !State, \
q could remain there forever! "a little boa almost twice the ened on its axle on a wagon whan the ,it I Kloililu,"', Kit UIU.>IH l'uti.ii. i" ti.. li-HUii I r .

' ) : Little thought be what was to be. size of an ordinary silver cigarette cu.e. wagon moves part of the circumferenceof liKiirporntlou" rif local Time Card No. 62. In Effect .April17 190
Thin Is half filled with water. ID one toe wheel which Is tu contact with a .
Little ,
%, thought he until h. got born a "HOODUAWNon ('gr.n.TI1.IrY"
: ; end Is a removable tijiy tube to serve the ground Is for an Instant at absolute 80UTH-BOUND-READ
and tried
to remove her cheek from hi I DOWN. "ORTH"SOUND-READ UP
divan coat wiyi ammonia and alcohol. as Of pipe. At the other end la the rest, while the point directly perpendicular the folloM Inn proiiom-ilOliiirtvr) mid that. t --=-- ,-
thin notice ,In inil>llnliml lu with
plpeutem. First of all he takes out the to It la flying along at a high oinpll'intv '
the n'ii>li'"intmt.a of th

It to remove rate of speed. The two points horizontal -
and blown through
; A Tried and True Friend tube till Htule' ol. Victim, Dally. Daily. .
all blockage. Then be fumbles through with the center 'of the Svlieel 1 are \ _ _ _ _ Bally.VOOp .
I VTuHt P.lllIDOIel1 --
,Florlila, March 20 Mir;
contains J
One Minute Cough Cure no I ;
1 8 OOp 1)40B4 I v __..Jack..on..llle.. 8 eec
I awkward clothes searching for traveling pretty fast, but only half as > '' JI
an atom of any harmful drug, and it ha a bin to-I WJLMON WIIItLDIN BO I' a .. __Bo. JiioknunTlllo" .,........ Lv e Sap 8 SIC
been curing coughs, coldw, croup on,I bacco and produces a bit of vug. fast as the topmost point and, as the eUplloll .. __Bt. AuguntlneT'1' It 111101' T 40 a t
., he extracts horizontal Increases in 0. C. CIHtXUNUWOKTH, e6Up118Ia" .. 'tlnr.___ I' 4 sap 8 48 a
it Is wrapped. Carefully going point
r whooping cough so long that it blls prove I i which up WAU.ACJU tt. lOSKH, 10 l' U 60 a 1. _.._..x..... Pal.. k___ 484P 0 28 a'i'8ii'"P .r
"r itself to be a tried and true friend toth,a a wad of tobacco puts away his speed the down going/ one slows up until UEURUB W. I'OTTKK: ;
,I ,<': B Fen iTiT p Ar ..__Pltlntka _.._ LV 4 10 p e 00)'*
many who use it. Mrs. Gertrude and slowly plugs the .tube which it In at rest for d moment when in ,
.. rag JOJIN C. S1'OW.JiItI1.: CO p 11 211 a LV .._....._JPalntua?....._._. U coop AM a "
)c', ner, Marion Ind., nays: "Coughing an holds perhaps the tenth part of an ordinary contact with the ground. Yet the wheel L 0\ '"' '

: strainlngaoweakenedmethatlrundOWl rnOl'OSED s asp a oop Ar .....__ .. Ban Mat ... ..... Lv 910p Buffet
I ; cigarette. But he never has any Is one solid piece and there are, only CHARTER OFCEMETERY. WUODr.A11, \ M. O.. I
''e c in weight from 143 to 93 pounds. Afte 0 aiop 8 00 a, IT .........__ San K"IOO_..__ AI'' f'io'a;;
3 / matches; so he has to borrow or hunt two points going at the same rate of -2 J
'I W .. trying a number of remedies to no avail i out a brown paper stem and light It. speed at the same time. J'et if the We the iimterHlitiied.: do .biTi-h.v ajumrlnte. 'I 110 I' i5;; Lv __.__...N OtlA_.._ LV IBTp844p 8 80 a "
: \ One Minute Cough Cure entirely cure< ,. 99and 8 08 p U *T p .---.BunneIis.___ 8 80 a f "
f me." Sold by A G. Riegel. It glows for a long time and can be wheel is taken off the axle and rolled ourselves toffvlhop fotbn )ptirpoMO. of being 810p841p 12 b5 I' .. _..__--DIIJ>OOt.......__ 88Tp B 39 a
puffed Into flame again. lie gives along down on Incline every; point of tUo circumference Incorporated. and. b"' UlUrnfi': body corpuru' te 12. P 'I __Ormond...._.._ SlOp 4 09 a .,
'''t : I,' .. unilur. the IIIWH ot th* /Ktuio' nf ,,"Floilila and a tap 1 step .. ....---. a7ton.....-' .. a oop 4 47 a .
draw slowly enjoying It to Its moves at the same rate of totp888p 1 dip II ____Port Orango.,5/ .. 100 p' 88 a e'W '
iloC9liii ,
1 1 00.... Stream full extent for a minute or two then BpeedT have adopted the | ) ArtlcleH of Jricorporutlon a upa Ar ......__...N.." Sm'r"....._.._ .. a sop 415 a : .
The fresh Inflow of salt water fron I for our dinner.: "; lor
% ? back: again through the old routine to 1091 Ar .._.._ Lake helen ___, Lv M 45 p 810p '.v
,. .,)'. the Arctic seas which mingles with th find his tobacco fill his pipe and get it Sciatic/ Rheumatism Cured."I ARTfCI''l1U3T.. 10 89 a 8 iSp .. _..._Oran/lO/ on7......___ .w ]iSlip ( 64 p
\. inflow of the rivers produces! In th; have been subject to sciatic rbeu- Tbe name of tho corporation! dish bettoodlawtt oriVTrains .10. 45 a OOp 'I _.OIODKO City unotton....... lasop 0401) Cars'onTrains'

ti:- regions of the north and east of th, lighted. _ matism for vears." save &,. Wahlrod .Ceiiieter.'I'he. place or bud.flu. .-8;p up Lv _..........New 8rnyrna...__ Lv a 20 P 4 OS a :

c ;l New Siberian archipelago a vast cold of Wilton junction: Iowa. "My joints .... or the (iou porn tlot shall be lu tho county CarsoriVTrains 10 OOp a Up" ___.....Onle Hill M._......_ ," 1B4P 5555

l'' '" clearing out current, which carries be-. I was Serious troubled Stomach with Troubl a distress Cured In my wef-e stiff .nd gave me much pain and of Dude and Stuta,>f Florida! and It* local -10 89 p- 8 -SUp AI' ..MTltunlUe__..._ .. nap SOle : .

a k: fore It all the fragments of the centra:'I stomach sour stomach and vomiting discomfort. 1lyjoints would crack when olllce at such a i>Inuu In Huld county (\8lte ill- 9 00 a.::...... Ar..Sannr&.___...Lv 10 00 a 10 00 a

/ I:, ice field forming thus a mighty drift: spells and can truthfully say that Cham I straightened up. I used Chamberlain's rectors shell from time to time duHlgnatu. 10 00 a Lv _..__M..S..l11or<1......__ Ar ___ \I OOalisp .
'[) toward the eastern coast of Green berlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets Pain Balm and have been thoroughly 1ip 880p Lv ___ TltWlvtl10__ Lv 8 ooaa
e 'f: land. This cold current bears cured me.-.Mrs. T. V. Williams liningi- cured. Have not had a pain or ache from The general nature of Tim DtusIneaa to betruiiHactuil 11 lap 4 Oil P .. ___....COoo......__ II 55 p 15 a .
along on I tbe slmll H39 'lap" __ 80 ID
bu In
the old trouble for months It is by corporation to p 1tookiodge.-- )I' p. a
:I Its surface Hoes Ice fields, Icebergs,, burg, Midi These tablets are guaranteed many purcliiiKO and hold real estate Id the Countyof U 68 p 4 4Sp .. ___ElluGa1I1"..___ lies 144 a Trains
I \r to cure every case of stomach troubleof certainly a most wonderful linmn la 05 a 'lit P 'S '__...Molbcurno.. .._ '.. 11 48 a 1 84 a
,I hummocks, etc., and washes up aloni! this character. For sale by all druggists For Bale by all druggists and medical Palo. and Btate "ot,. Florida for a public 12 Ota 118Tp ... __ "' 11 .
1i. the Greenland const an almost Insuperable dealers. cemetery: and burynm ground; to oinamont, 1 811 a 6 20 p849p ",__..sebn8t1"I1.--f" 10 *ianooa .
and medical dealera.. I 1 BSa .__.. 10 08 a 11 60 p 2pdl8 4.
barrier. When this current :_ Improve and adorn tlir "ilull to lay off the Sleeping
ir ;
)" 3 18 a 7 08 p 'I ,___..._ lb""Ja." .___ a. 9 80 a 11 29 p
{ reaches Cape Farewell It divides, one, Everything In the printing line al For Sale. To Rent, Boardlug.Furnlshed grrotlndM Into auttable' li.:rf, pi-1 ufid parcelH, s 118 a .7 lap 'I g u is P
4 The Tropical Sun. and all work execiUed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at with intervening a avenui'ii rii. I in a.''d pntliwaya a as a lip "..-Jldoo.t.. a .111a 11 18 P1104P
portion- descending straight toward
BuffetSleeping 9 HO a 'V 1181' 'I _._.__._ 9 11
.IUullrt.1. a
The Sun offloe. and to "I."lot .
k Newfoundland, while the other goes I in the very neatest. nnd latest Tropical-- ------ x or uiit'ri'pilaln, Ihi 8 OK a i 110 p .. ... ........._ hobo Bound '," 8 49 a 10 80 p
to Increase style of the art line NeLlie for the burial of the dead ; fioin time tr, SIITa sap .. : ..............West luptter.| -.....,.._ "
J the current In Baffin's bay Fine of latest 1'8" \1'51'
; ----- style visiting time to enlarge .od..l'lI'rou..e' llui area 01 sillgrouuuuds 4 Ota 8 Mp a \__..WUB Palm Beacb.a '
v < and Hudson strait. It la this last School desk and Inks supplies am' cards and latest In letters at The mi tbo uuceHHli I lea i.r the pniill.-> In. :Buffet 4 81a1181' .... ....._..........Boynton..._ a 'T30 slap

mentioned current which carries Ice- blank books at Idners. Tropical Sun. Call and see samplua.TriWeekly t"re.o'': tile corporntlou. .tiny Tiiuirut} l to 4 6 87 49 a aI 10 28 lip P II 1..Ft.LcudCrdaia.. ivHOMESTEAD _.. _.I'" e 110I IIS 08 IS I'p I

., ,i benrn' eVen down. to the latitude- ol buy out und Improve Much ,rinds and other 5 46 a 10 80 p "., --.......... Danla.._...__ 8 10 a 8 06 P ,
0 OS a 10 41 ..... .. 5 58 T 04
i: f por piaY-a p _. "uallaod..le-.__ a p
: Vigo, and Us Importantand woya within Hall Cemetery ffrttiinua. aa may 6 24 a UOTp I' ..._...M" Lemoo 01t) 5 84 a rasp
'.& f capricious part in the meteorology beat promote tile objitta' of the corporation ; 680 aDully uiap AI' ....._ ........_K1&J1:1I: _.- J.v, 6 Ma raop
of Europe. to construct anil oreet'recclvln) vault,cbnp ---- _

fin. und Such otliorlitilldlngH: may be C'I'N- Ex. DallyBan
aary for the use and convonleiicil of HiiUl corncter3' Sun. '.

Forget About Your Stomach. to nccnpt and receive, .hi tumt I'
property 6 Ci a Lv ..,.,. .. ..
.. .... .MiamI- Ar
I ": If your digestion/( Is bad the vital organ .. stuck, b nda. nvcntltliM. nnd rnnnu 8 OOa :::= ..UomeaWi: :i X.V == 84Sp 8 OOP

I' of your body are not fed and nourished from percona owning or b"tus luturvnUiil 4,

as they should be. They grow weak" and cemiitvrv! lots or tho care und jjri'Murviilliin No. 23 No. 21Sunday No. 19:No. 17 No. hI .
invite of the lIumo.and tee theHalilpropiirty. BtoclmbonilH Dully !No. <0 No. M No. 24Dally C
> disease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cur Sunday Sunday Dally I MAVPOHT BRANCH. No. 18SuundsyISunday I'
digests what you eat, cures indigestionand ancurltiua, and nioni-y. ''or tbD Iticoniodurlvnd Ex.Sun J Only Only. Only. Ex Sun Dall,. "Onl 7 Only Ell Suniii I ,
f >
I _ _ _ ;.
all stomach troubles. You forge tberofrom for the ieriLtunl| care ; e&5p lOOp 9 80 a 9 00 a Lv ..,_...Iaakaon..m.....,. __ AT -- r
bave .,mTvat.lou und .. ,'bollt. bnient! of tho weld 808p a Sip a 9 88I .80a1200D 1'5p Slap '
: Ii you a stomach from the very day cap 08 a Ar __8o. Jackaonyi IT B !.la 11 61 aliaoa 6 ftp 8 01 'I
; yon begin taking it. This is because i it cemeMiry. lot,anil umk-rnuvh' teruiH and conilltloiiH e 6asp 40 p 7 24 I'I 40 p 10 10 aI 811 a .'I. _.....P..blo. 1oach.! ..-..... 'C 5 6(1 a II 05 I' p480p
lmOp Sasplorea 044 a ........&tl ..
J ,' Kets a rest-recuperates and gradually UM the Iiy-Luw may pi'end'Ibe and I ,_' 001'! 745p 8 OOp lOSO 10 00 a ". .....-..? MAypnrt ntloBoBoll. __..___ .. 'TSSaliISalSOOp seazIO0aIt5p LiSp 4 30p ,'!,),'-'':
grows so strong and health that It to buy,xi'll andencuuboru.ucbreal and por- ,-

troubles you no more. E. L. Babcock, "oni.lpl'olwrtya.l .. may bo necessary or ben,.flclul PENINSULAR AND '1 ,." ," I.,

\\v ," Amherst, Minn., says: "I have taken a for the corporation, OCCIDENTAL STEAMSiIIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.' .
s y great many remedies for indigestion. "
) but have found nothing equal to Kodol Close .
Made at
Miami with
Pr"orsrCoiiipany'FoY'HAVANA >
Steamship of
Dyapepsia Cure." Kodol digests, what L Ifal UtorU of .ald corporation shell the !

you yon eat cures indigestion/( dyspep be Ten Thu.llMuml. Dollara! dll Mud lube! ono AND KEY WEST.
ala sour stomach belching/(, heartburn hundred share of ond hundrnd! dollar eac'b -
f and all stomach troubles. Its preparation All of the capital stock of Huld corporation ,

p is the result of many years of re- i shall. bujinld upon tie oigaulautlun of the from Tbeao th.. .everal TIme Tabloe show A.UTir.1 the timea. *'which trains may beexpeoted 8: arrive at and depart .

) l ill: search. Sold by.A._G.: Riegel. corporation nor_la this Company station to bo.held responsIble arrival tor or any departure-olaya or al any the; oon times.i.uenoea stated arising la not guaranteed tbereteua

r Brttiali M........ Dome. AK/1CLI I"OUUTII.

't The reading room of the British ma Tbe term ot thla corporation shall begin For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other In.orma.tlan '

Mum la crowned by a spacious dome, Kllli the lewug. ot Lottem Patent and continue "SEE THE .,t'''''

11, 'which Is about thirty feet wider than I>"rl>etlllllly. TICKET AGENT. .

( that of St. Paul's AUTICLB FlFTtf.ThuHlockholilors J. D. RAHNBR Mat. Qea'l. Pass. : .
I r\\ cathedral. It Is 140 I Agt.. ST.. AUWJ5TINBFLA'., \
; ,, feet In diameter and, with Its 00,000 at tile flrat annual ineetln -- --- ---

f Iii uperflclal feet of glass, springs more ... toliu, bulil on the second Wedueadity In '

than 100 feet In height. Neither St. Pa- Sailings Between }Kobruary. D. 1006. and annually thureuft .

.I tart at Rome nor Santa Maria at Florence shall elect five of their number aa. Direct- South tir &i1

Is a match to it. It Is larger by; JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK urn, and aald Director, at their first. meeting way .
I tbur.ealter.llbull elect from their number :4
a :
forty-live feet than the dome of the
I Calling at Charleston 8.C., both wars. FreHliluut! Vlce-PI'I"ldellt.Secr"laryaDd( Treusuror. EFFECTIVE JANUARY n.
p r: capitol at Washington by thirty-five; THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THU: COASTWISE SERVICE Until theIr first annual meeting;, Wll- -

1 feet than that of Darmstadt cathedral I -. moa Whllldln' Bhull act aa ]'1'reBlilent C. 0. Three Ycatibule Traiuus !"' North and Wait. INO l No. 60[
I- I by thirty-three: feet than that of St. TilE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINESDirect ChlllliiKn'ortb mt Vlce-Prealdout, Wallace It. ,.,. f
H Sophia. Constantinople, and spreads Moses oa ,Bucretary and 1'rtnBurer, and all LvHckaonvui!..... 80 Ry 12201' O in 755i. Lv SackiliIe Ph... 80 745P IIllOa ::::: .
sixteen further than the I.v eaaup.i........... 80 Ry i 5"I' II S411 10 4Op.. Lv 1ell8uP. 0...... .. ... 80 Ry 10 3"se 11 ......
the concave root Service Between larorporatora oa Directors.Tue Lv Savan..ab......... So Ry 4 alit J 301> .2 .sa.. Ar Macon. Oa ....... ......So Ry 3 OOA 3 ...... ,
: ,of the tomb of Mohammed Adll Shah JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, / biiHlnoB of the corporation shall be Ar Columbia........... "$'0 Ry UIit' 6111p 6 ooa.. Ar Atlauta. O. ......... ..so ity. 5 6 \' ...... 'I,
at BIJapur. AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. I conducted 10", the Board of I Ulnctoro. .rCharlolte...... ..... So Sty S ills Woup 9 555.. Ar ttouue. Gct........... ,..tloRy 7 308 b ..... !
Ar Ort'ell.boro....... 115C.. ,
80Ry 2 Ma r SOlo .a 511' Ar Daltoll. On..b Ry 8 85/' ......
The Board ot Directors
Calling at Charleston both ways. ahull make mica Ar.DRnvllle ....... .. tlo Ry .S 4!>>11 .! 05"! lOp.. lj
Tb. tlmm Wfco I. la Barant. 8KMI.WISKKI.Y SAILING. Rule and Iy-Lawa. ua they may deem necea. f ;fI'r:: :,::::t.rt : ::; 1ft .:::::: ),

r The vital necessity for the qualities) Southbound .1 From Lewis' Wharf, BostonNorthbound nary to regulate: the bualAene\ the corpora ; &r Richmond ................So Ity I I 642 Ar Cincinnati, O lo"=-1J .'1; <:L1. 7 ...::; '. '.. .:' .
tion.. Lv Clnclnuiiit. h&o. Four .... *
Big j4DP S 30a .. -X >
r of Inspiration reality; and magnetism .. From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville. ARTICLE SIXTH.' Ar cr..rlotte.vlll.......So Ny 5C4lI" -4--Ti---ii':: A J. !!!..IIIKl'oor uoal' 5 Hili' ...... ..... '
V was brought home to me when I was a Ar .. ...So Nv 7 l3a IS 0251 6 WI'. i.vCiuiciuiu'wtl. 1lt'a 1 I I lies 8 3. 9 luo ...... .
L schoolboy fiddling at college functions TIe hlgliCBt amount of latlebte<'neHii or 11 abllUy Ar W..hlnglo..80 It"' 101611 9 45a U 11II1'. ArC'hlm 0.111 ........pn 1.1cc. 'M! II 30' ... .
Ar IIRI.II..ore....... ..' It R. U sUa II ua It ir'I'.
; I saw speakers who forward and to which paid corporation can at any Ar Woat l'hllndeIIJhlnl'IU 1 ;; .. Y \IUUII".l: Oiiu Ci: 4)p) e .10) ......
: 4:11.
came ) x
who CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE time .mibjuct Itself. .hall be tlO.OOO.OO. Ar Now York. .........Pith _4iip>>J !_451'13P ".5S.3"a.. Ar CI.lcolt J.llI ..... C U.'t' D.L U3at.J.5! >>1'...... .
-well. Just spoke so many words ;Vi'r. ;''T iUlii-i i Ji 4 Ii .....'

q Then would come an orator a man who Between Jacksonville and 3anford.Stopplnfl ARTICLE SEVENTH No.34'-"New York antI Florida Espre. Dally AI'' Toledo, Ohio ....C H .t J} 5 PJ I 2ui rl." .....

vy r. acted the part, who lived the part, who at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereslord (Deland) and The names and re ldenc of the subscriber alit Plllhn"n Jacks Dr.wlng-RoolIl. "vllle New York.81uepIIIg. Car Taupe At Lv ClnclnaalL De\ro, MICIL......:.;..". _Ph J "" ...:.:.:.:..

was the. part because he believed It, Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River to thla charter, and the number ot Hharvauboctlbod AI' ?itibnrg. Oblo..I'.U"e.,1, 30P/1i/ .. "I'.....

( r J and so swept the people off their feet.- .. are follows: Xo. 3o--"Waablngtou and Florida Llmite i.vdtnctuuati l ; thio..nlg 1 ; Pour 9 3OV-j
1. P. Sonaa In London Interview."I Steamer Citv of acksonville"I..ppolnted Wllnion Whllldln Weat I'nlm Beach Florida, o"kaollvltle Daily pullmnn to Drllwlnt.Room tileepin" C r. Ar CieveIond Ohlo..IIII<< Foul.fsa/ S IOIII'.''..'.''.

to -all.. follows!-Leavo Jacluonvllle, Sundays., Tnewlnys and Thursdays 8:80 p. m 20 Hhnreii. Lv r.ex1 i ton. Ky....... ..BoRy 11 50P ....
A. l..oul..vill. Ky .........8oRy 8 10J nO"I.. ..... '
have used Chamberlain's Stomach Returning leave Sanford Mondays, Wedneadaya and Sundll,. at 0UO a. m. CCChtiiingworthVetPalm; Beach riot Ida,. No 3- "ol'th..rn'0 l''lm Limited." "o..tIAr. 8\ Louts ..,.. ............loR:! .... '

l and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory 20 HbareH. huh munl,iris.(t'11Ib" ollll'.lLe.O""rvIlLI..n LUiIuinn' lI"hwlllJ titan'and COlllp"r' Ar Annh'ton. A11 ...... a.. Ity I) 41)11) i IJDI ......
results" Mrs. F. L. Houston Southbound Schedule. NorthboundRead Wallace R. MoBfB.WcHt. Palm Beach Florida. t."rM IoU".1I III. Augiiuutlne Ja.kJllln..llle Ulnlllg sun Birmingham: Ala ...Act Ry 11 4to 6 5o ......
says Phelps, down Read up 20 aharea.Ueorge New York. A. Mempbl. T.nn..prl 8 (lip' '....... .
VJ ..
Texas. For ...
Ariauuu.acLt ,
.- and indigestion/biliousness leaves 30 pm ..... .. ... ...... . JACKSONVILLE ... ..... ..... ........Arrl..e I DO .m W. Potter,Went Palm Beach Florida. ,y. Mo ,..Fri.co D 141a' : ,

,bh f ; \ ,,' excellent.constipation Sold these by all tablets druggists are most and 145P.... ... ... .... .. .. .. .. ... .. PALATKA ... ... .. ... ... ... .... ..Leae oopralooam 20.bare8. Through 'The Land of the Sky.l'No.: I o E Hot Me"'phla SpringS., Tenn Ark........,........,...._..........'.:toe iopl.)................ I I[....;.. I

,,. medical .......... .. .... ... .......... ASTOR ...,. .. ........ .. ... .. ... .... .. ojopitl John C, towers, Weat palm Beach Florida ,

.. 430.......... .. ....... ..... .. .. ... FRANCIS. .. .... .. .".. .... .. .... loopin 2O MlmreH. Lv-Jack.unvllle.... ...........tlo ky ...... No i-'TIue I1iorlda I Limited." Dily. Solid .
'. dealers"M .. --. .... ...... .. ... .. .BKr.BSFORD (DaLAND)...... ..... ...... .... '. I oopul Lv bayauu.h, .........,..... Noy Veattbuie train. threugli day. coache, and Pull- ,,
STATE OF FLORIDA Ar ............ I mall .Ieeplnl( car. Juck.ouivllie \0 _
4tl l "t' The apple is such a common fruit IO 00 am..ENTEIU'RISF.................................. 10 OO am, COUNT or DADB } 2 : Uot 8..rln". N. C..1\0: : Ity 1'.37P, SOJ> :.... ...: No. JII-Pullu.aa lIrllwlnJ Room Sleeplnlt Car '
Ar Knoxville i1cnn.......... 80 Noy 6 ....... bo wnun J" k \ ,
#, that very; few persona are familiar General Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Before me puraonally appeared WlluionWhiUilln. Ar Lonlsvill...... ........ .... So Ryl 1I.5 cop with remarkably efficacious medicinal C. U. Chllllnsworth Wallace R. Ar 8t Louis.......................So Ry 41\6P ....,. ....
Sfo"en\ Qaorga W. Vottur and John C. Stow Ar LlnchulnUI. OhIo ......... Q It \: 8 J5" ..........
properties. Every one ought to IRONMOVGKlt.!: Jr., Lest Gen'i .SAgt U2 West Bay Bt.Jacksonville, Fla. .. 6-"Chlodj'O sod, Florida 5PeCinl." Solid
.: know: that the very best thing he can W. t*. COOPER Jr. Freight' : Atrt., O. 3!. LOVKLL; Supt, era each to me -veil known, and tyich nutnOwJudtced S No. 3O-D.Uy Pllllman DrBWlnl.Roont and. .. train. Iiihlunuiu Urawlng ltoom Curs
loot of Hogan Street, JaoKnonvillo Florida that be alined tho foregoing Unll'dSleeplug-tar beCween J"ckaollville ..ud .." \nKlIsthIA( Juckonilie, Clncln
% do la to eat apples) just before retiring A. C. irAOKRTY, Gen Ea. '11 Faaa. Alt., New Yoik. LYDE; MILNE.!: Gen'I rr't Aft, N. THEO Charter for tbe.uaei and purpoaea. therein axlre.ed. .luclnnaU. 11blc".o\ ; t:1".eIMnoJ. Detroit ant St. Louis
4 for the night--Family; Doctor. b. .KOKH WM. P. CLV1>K: .* CO.. .
Ooneral Manager General Atontabbeaebrouch
; BuildIng State Street New York In witness whereof r. I have hereunto net my Excelleiit DinIng Cur ServIce 4\\, ,
; The Right Name is DeWitt. land and alBxed my official coal at Went .

I DeWitt's Palm Bench, Florida, this 20th day of March. From ARRIVALs AT JACKSONVILLE; I '
Witch Hazel New York
Salve cools ; WuhlnR\on. .Ie.-No. "
A. D. 11)03\ ELWYN N. MOSES, }rom New York. 2 and Bslft.00: .. mAtlttnti .
soothes and W..hlng. .
heals ete.-No. Sonthurn'a
L// (' cuts burns bolls, }'"m' New York. 31 Palm .
bruises and all Notary Public In and for the State Weaiuluugton etc--No. 33. "WltHhlngton cud *'iorIa "
[ piles skin diseases. K. B. From ClnclnnaU. A.llville.No.. Exorese 7"1O'P" In.
4 Zickeloose Adolph W. Va., says: "My Atlantic Coast LineTHE Notary'a ol Florida Largo My coniml CZ Front \'blc.llro. Ciuuclnnatt Atlanta 29. "Washington'\\Jllorlclll and IioriuIa. "Limitd" 900 a' 'II" 'I'

tt little daughter had white swelling so bad Seal slon.explrw; :January 0. 10OO.IN FromChlou""u.u.elnnaU.Cbll"" ... .e eto.Nao "Cho.go.t9o3rlda} |' m 8peoll'19:25: .
that piece after piece of bone worked; : oat |. C. LUSK, Dmt. Pass. ,
,, of her leg. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORlDA CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL Agent 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, P1*.
cured her." It Is the most wonderful I ClrCltlt,V"de 0011 0 ty. 11'lorldll. in ch
healing salve In the world. Beware of CONNECTIONS Margaret Arnold Uroom ) S.H.HARDWICK, P.?. M. BROOKS- 1'
VI V Ordor
A. G.
.' .; counterfeits. Sold by A. O. Riegel. To Harrison Thonmon Groom )
To IIurrlHon. Thoniaitn Orooin ------ .
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Over its rails to Savannah -- -
own -
The : You are hereby required to and! -- .
appear -'-"'
.: 1..1.....'* Sacred Oak. Eastvia plead auftwor or demur to the bill of complaint -- "" -1i.' ''''''''''' ''' *' _
,. Charleston Richmond and Wash exhibited aicalnxt: In the above .+
In years gone by Ireland bad a sacred you -
tyled cause, at the court hence, at Miami I
t ? oak dedicated to St. Columban, ington thence via Pennsylvania Ry Dude County ,,"'Iorlda..n Monday, June Mb n'os'Avlul"a&fbfs
," one of the peculiarities of the tree being All Rail A. D. 1 lion. and It In ordered that tho orderbe
pnbll.ed In The Tropical Hun once each. I
that whoever carried a small bit week for four conMecutlro week "" Aro ,
: sure
: of the wood or bark to his mouth. would To Done and ordered at Miami, .'1orld/&, this hjdlcatlona of som form of .
1 The The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery tech day of April,A. D. Hum.\ trouble, biliousness or to bod liver. Ma: aT-Sin
never meet with a violent death. It being WestEast E. C. DBARRORX.: I next overtake yon Don't risk It. anal '
; a1
especially efficacious In saving i The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery [tCt. Ot. Seal] Clerk Circuit Court. ", i '
Ueo. O. Gurrlo, Complainant Solicitor.Apl .
; Christian martyrs from the block. It tih.wLS! ,
was known throughout the British \\ilf don'HERBiNii-
To Via Savannah and for -
Isles as the holy oak of Kenmara. Ocean Steamship. Company New )
The York Philadelphia Boston.
After the lapse of many centuries) this t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Haiti- '
boa all their virtues '
: EYervhodyCpumnMONEY [ 54i- none of thcW
sacred oak was uprooted by a storm more. A deadly effects. : :

after which it was said to be guarded! Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Company ,1 regularly will HERBUJE takeu "C'
by angels to keep heretics from gathering via I steamship for Baltimore and Philadelphia. \ thodiaosUvo forestall headaches! ,,put
p TO LOAN. ororanala perfect. condi
1 j the wood for fuel. At last a wicked r\I tion, hoftd off btikmsneas
-- -- ----- --'-- huaciaches
: tanner "barked" one of Its! largest TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental YOU HAVE; PROPERTY THAT 1 live il\s, keep you in good health;,

limbs and tanned some leather, which and IP you want to improve and need money I / _, i TOY a TO-DAY..

'A he made into shoes for himself ImaginIng Steamship to do it with apply to Ceo. O. Cmne, SOo *x Dottl MI
Company DI'U.et.tso
that such relics would bring him HAVANA West Palm Beach. ":t!"" In--'" .
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wealth and lie wore them bat
r once however but that one time was SOMETHING NEW FOR RENT. Sold at Riegel's Drug Store.

enough to make him an Incurable leper. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among tae p'lnClp.
railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents. Corner storeroom, splendid location,

to Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic: Coast Line. apartments above also cottage
\ Bargain In Belgian Hsr.-A.pply Frank C. Blylestoo.. Commercial Agent W. D. Stark. Traveling Passenger : 111 rear New six-room cottage. fur. .

? .1. B. Donnelly, Clarke estate Palm Agent 138 West Bay street Astor Building Jacksonville Fla. H. M. Emerson Dished! or unfurnished. SUBSCRIBE

Beach. > -3t > Traffic Mana .er, W. J. Craig: General Passenger Agent Wilmington, N. C. II. F. McCterucY, at. M. E. Gruber't. FOR THE SUN

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---- Grand Council' ,
MATTER HEALTH TragiC Termination of a Prank PlayedBy South African Boar with General Grand Ch '

PANAMA CANAL Husband Upon Wife. CronJe Visiting' United State IN TOILS OF LAW Macon, fJfl.., : I > t
Parts\ April 26.-'M, icdmond!: Letouse
Norfolk){, Vu. April1 26.Qenera.1Ol'onle Masons from all{I : < i
wishing to play it joke on his wife, )
who was a member of President were present tit (
, dressed up a wax figure the head 91! Kmgur's. cabinet for 12 anda S
years He Is Locked Up On. Several U>* grand !
;' rsnt+ Chjef Engineer Wallace Gives which, and' one of the bands he lightly noted Boer leader, and is now on a in this city. Grand : I
y attached to the body by means ol tour of America Serious 'Charge. '
was shown a copy I field, of Atlanta,
Out Interesting Fac B. gum and placed, it In a bed. of the new constitution U>dy. He. and Impressive

While Lelouse was watching the proceedings Bald: .
8,000 MEN ARE NOW EMPLOYED from builnd some draperies "It la a breach of the; treaty of The work of the

his wife, about to retire, grasped what pea.de made us by England who prom His Gang of Professional Beggar completed at the

Hotel Are Being Built and Fitted Up she supposed in the semi darknesg\ to ised a self government as Boon as our the order
be her husband'' hand, but which was Have Fleeced the People of ,Thou.
With !? country waR in a settled state ber of Masons ,
All Modern
Sanitary Improve In reality that of the wax figure. The "King Edward has been advised by and* of Do 11 art-He Was on HI* election of annual :
ments-.The Unskilled Laborer Are hand, cold and clammy, detached itself ';
the capitalists\ in the drawing up of Way to England When Arrested. the afternoon
r bltKI ffG Mostly Natives : from the\! Hoop and remained In this constitution which to my mind are as follows\ : ;

her grasp. With a terrible cry ol '1. no constitution at all. The Only New York, April 26.-Hermann W41-\ I* W. Burkett

Chicago April 26.Speaking of the terror, Mme. Lelouse let the hand dropto i thing which remains to' be done Is to I helm Troeber' "King of the Schnor- con; T. F. Moody

'- POWDER actual physical work of build; ng the the ground and< flung her' arm be patient and work with petitions to rera,"" as a band of professional 'teggars ter, Cuthbert; ,

:; :: ,,, Panama canal Mr. John Wallace, around the figure's' neck, when the i the British government On bearing i Is known, la locked up here await- grand conductor of ; '

< t' Absolutely Pure chief engineer of the Panama commission head also became detached and rolled the remark that petition would not ing arraignment on several complaints W. A. Wollhln,

, I said today that an organizationhad down upon the floor. The terror-strlck avail, he responded: I toy the charity organizations society. I grand treasurer;

,vIAS XO SUBSTITUTE already been formed embodyinga en woman, uttering piercing shrieks, "If they trample them, underfoot for Officers of the latter allege that i' chaplain Arab) ; !

: total, of 8,000 men. Of this Dumber ran'down too stairs where she was ten years still they must listen to us Troeber has cleaned up tens of thou- captain of the i

" ,/" practically 6.000 men are enageged in stopped by.some neighbors and detain some day. sands of dollars In the past four or tell, grand ; s

, II equipment and construction work, and ed. When the police arrived it was "The people of tl*' Transvaal have five years and that the full\ list of per. B. Wilkinson,
'; 2,000 men are engaged in policing the sons from whom his unique methods council Atlanta
MATTERS OFLOCAL found that she had become raving mad. been forming a political organization ;
I&: In cleaning up the isthmus. This or lum, When the husband was apprisedof 'Hetvolk,' the people, who will demand cial register of New York. ,sentln f Macon. r
INTEREST ganlzatlon will be' Increasedand Troeber has lived at expensive ho grand
: rapidly the hopelessness of his wife's condition what was promised them in the sign. The
l'I(,' has been increasing at the rate oi he poisoned himself by swallowing ing of the peace treaty. tels, and for years has maintained a sons wU clonvene }

,,"' Condensed' News Paragraphs Pertaining 800 to 1,000 men a month. a dose of nitric acid. "Under the new constitution capital home in Hoboken for his wife and row morning to
"' ; ," bf child He is said to have lost large morning
during ,
the total number of' men employ. I will ,be arrayed against labor and thereis %
;',, to West PalmBeach: ed, about 10 per cent are highclassmen SITUATION CRITICAL IN ARABIA. no possibility, of selfgovernment.The sums of money in gambling both here til Thursday.

I','1> f\' and Vicinity. from the United States, and the Briton now in South Africa Is and in the west. Under arrest withhim will increase at '
I is his secretary, Otto Wlttles, Arch ; 1
> ', rest are mechanics, artisans and Turkish Troops Sent to the Relief ot. allied with the Boer and wants selfgovernment Royal
whom he paid $26 a week to attend to Priest Y. A.
"t. .,;Born-to Mr. and Mrs. Harry t>. borers that have been brought from that Country. and does not want the
I f' ,w Brown, at St. Augustine. Fla., on Friday the nearby South American and Cen Aden, April 26.-The situation in country to ,be ruled by capitalists and the clerical wOI'k10f> his business. will deliver hIs
'I :' Troeber began his operations as a session ,
opening ,
I"",,, morning, April 28, 1905, a ,on. I tral American coasts and from' tht ;' Turkish Arabia bus become critical. It magnates. professor of Sanskrit from H ldelb.-i '
: ; West Indian islands. There is a da. transpires that only a thousand of the The Boers and Britons who now
"' In the of sidewalk obstructions are .
; way or Lelpalo. University men and especially PRESIDENT
mand for men expert in the mechanical Turkish troops sent to the relief ol in America with Cronje, over 600'In ;
the fire extinguisher: box:, corner' of profesHors, were much in his favor
. : trades; for instance, steam abo.elmen. Rlza Pasha Sanal and Fez fled thither all
have become reconciled' to the extent
'.' Evernla and Olive streets, might be mentioned ;and his story generally was to the Hunting Trip I I.
draughtsmen., englnemen, railway after defeat at the hands
sustaining a < of agreeing colonize In America
effect that remitters from home had
as one. -
track foremen, carpenters skilled 1:0hea.v : of the Rlza Pasha yond i
Insurgents troops probably In Georgia.
; County Superintendent of Public Instruction ). timber, work and in the con 6,000 strong encountered the Arabs failed to arrive leaving him tempora Glenwod : '
in need of funds.In .
R. B. Hall was In the city on struction of. dredges and bridges. In' Banal) KENTUCKIAN President ,f
in great force 6 miles south of YOUNG SUICIDES. 1902 he sentenced to six
Thursday,.vlmting; the schools and talk addition to the repair of th eresldences March 30 and after H sharp encounter was been crowned with :
) months in prison, for mendicancy. In his expectations "
ing over school matters about, 2,400 that were constructed by most of the troops consisting of Syrian Thought His Sweetheart Had Jilted
that case he used the name 'of Baron sanguine/ of his : J k
In the House of Representatives: the French, eight three story hotels reserves laid down their arms or de- Him Over Telephone. Von Manteuffel. Recently he returnedto were killed by

Wednesday, lIon Grahani W. King, of are beln ; constructed at1 various centers serted, the remnants of the Turks man. Lexington, Ky., April 26.-Interruption New Yotk and the charity organization two yesterday, :

Dade,. introduced a measure amendingthe : of population, the purpose being aging to reach Sanal the same evening. In a telephone conversation this heard of him through the officialsof and, one by Dr. ,/ 6

county court of this county. the accommodation, principally of the The chief of staff, Issat Pasha, was evening is held responsible for an attempt a copper miming company, to whom art ,of Colorado ;
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational unmarried American men engaged i : killed and seven guns were abandonedand at suicide which will prove suc he represented himself as an expert P Ppresident's

Church Invite their friends, the work. Two of the hotels are comepleted. taken possession of by the Arabs, cesaful. mtnging engineer. Technical questions ed here : :;,
( Material has been ordered,! who also captured 200 camels and William T. Atchison, a brakeman, asked him placed him under sus
Included, to attend a social man. They
'. ,. gentlemen and arrangements made for the re: large quantities of rifles and ammunitions. aged 23, had-met and courted Miss picion because he failed
to display
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C, hunt The ) t
maining six. 'The; hotels are providedwith Minnie Thacker, aged 20, by telephone, much knowledge the subject. When
Qhilllngworth on Thursday, May 4, from bathrooms and all modern, necessary ., The investment of Sanai by the insurgents her parents objecting to the suit. They arrested Troeber and his' secretary was derstood telephoned that to 'j\f ti

3 to J p.m. Tea will be served. hotel ppliances. is being tightened The Syrian had a misunderstanding which was be. were enroute to Boston, whence they brought down two i

.'The memorial edition of the Times- Up to date seven American steam reinforcements which recently arrived lug discussed when the young woman expected to sail for England. tails 'are lacking.

Union, which is to be Issued for the ben shovels have been installed and ten in Arabia are unsatisfactory, says the telephones were disconnect --- The party l is

efit of the ladies of the U. D. C. of Florida more are on the isthmus in course of and the Ottoman officials are anxiously ed. AtchIson evidently thought she COUNTY OFFICIALS ARRESTED. Its present ';

has been necessarily delayed and erection or are on the way there and awaiting the arrival of European battalions had answered him by hanging up the will be made to i'" Y

will appear some time during the coming 24 additional shovelera have been ask. upon whom the fate of the cap. receiver. Going to the saloon of Tom Taxpayers. Charged Them with Extor. teen feet of snow ;

week The local chapter will be ed for from the commission. Shouldit ital of Yemen province depends. Cockrlll famous In the Breathltt county tlon-All Secured Bail. the other side, ,

furnished with one hundred copies of be decided to change the canal to feuds, Atchison wrote a farewell Pottsvllle. Pa., April 26.-The tax- Red Sone would

the edition,which it will off:r for sale. sea level, Mr. Wallace said' It had been JUDGE SAVES WOMAN'S LIFE. note and then made Cockrill an offer payers of Schuylklll county, through are thick! In the
estimated that 14 miles of summit cut for a pistol on display. Asking to examine
Mrs. J, D. C. Morris received a tele- their executive officer William. L. hunted, so IM"h
gram Friday announcing the death of will be necessary, and this would re New York Jurist Reif' ,).ids to Call of it he placed the muzzle at his Schaefer, created a sensation here to. are 'allowed to ;
quire 100) steam shovels, about 300 engines breast and fired a 45 caliber bullet
her sister, Mrs. Wm. rendition of Joliet, Fire and Renders, Valuable. Aid. day by causing the arrest o fmemberS Several lIne
t 111. Mta. Pendleton spent the winter in and train crews and 15,000 dump. New York, April 23'Supieaie( Court through his body just over the heart.. of the school board, the entire borough however.

! Daytona and lived about a week after cars The service would necessitate i Justice Ell ward E McCiIl, Professor He Is not expected to survive. police force and a justice of the The bear killed

she returned to her home in Joliet. four double track railways for the re Seligman, the economist:: of Columbia! peace, all of Shenandoah, charging of the brown
4 moval of the material, which would university, William Wiggins and A "STATE OF'ALLEGHENY." them with extorting money in the but furnishing a :
Her father, Mr. Thos. Bos so m, spends
have to be hauled 15 miles on an av score of other residents of West Eightysixth performance of their duties. All waived the first animal ; :
his winters at Blake where be ha* a winter -
erage. Aproxtmately 350 miles of construction street near Riverside: drive Western Pennsylvania Want Their a hearing and entered ball.! Specific bears killed today

borne. Deceased was 29 years of track will be necessary united as a fire brigade last night to State Split In Twain. charges, are made against School zly, but this

age-Dajton* Journal. save the old Somevllle mansion, at No. I Pittsburg, Pa., April 26.-Now that Directors Joseph Blerstein and David --

iIr. and Mrs E. N. Moses, of West FOOT CAUGHT IN FROG. 328 West Eighty-sixth street, from destruction 'Plttsburg and Allegheny are to be FIest, charging to $300 from a widow THINKS t

Palm Beach .were visitors to the city -- by fire united into a greater Pittsburg, there for the appointment of her daughterto

yesterday. Mr. Moses' is one of Dade's Man I.I Unable to Remove It and li Justice McCall and Miss Etta Somerville comes a cry for a division of the com a school and with having demand. Kaiser William

most prominent young business men, Crushed to Death. led the fire fighters and succeeded monwealth. The Allegheny mountains ed and taken, 1255 from Mrs. Hand ican '

ts andhaa, built up a large real estate and Toledo, O., April 26.-Standing on In keeping the flames under form a natural! dividing line, cutting: for an appropriation to the same po New York, :

w insurance business In his home town, the: railroad track with his foot caughtIn control until the arrival of the fire off a little more than one-third of the sition. Justice of the Peace W. II. ble to the World :

besides being associated with his father, a frog and a long freight train ap- men. Justice McCall carrIed''Mrs. Somerville western portion of the state Sboemake' Is charged with extorting, Wilhelm quitted

Mr; Wallace R. Moses, In the West proaching, Earner Green., a switchman who is 70 years of age, and In. The claim is made Oiat politicians money from foreigners to settle cases: burg here he

I J Palm' Beach water works system.-Mi- stood calml' and waited for death In firm to the street, after she had vIo- of Philadelphia and the east so shape' of felony and with conspiring with policemen I company if the.

amiNe, Wednesday. the Wheeling and Lake' mrle ,ya.rds lently protested against leaving the things that the western part of the to run up illegal hills of costs specially fitted up

!," Club and the east end of Holmstead. Green was house that had sheltered her and her state suffers, its development being retarded for cases settled in his office. I voyage was to fee t

The members of the Utopia struck by the engine and his body family for more than. half a century. while the east reaps all the Chief of. Police John Frye and four' He was told
their ladies enjoyed a novel entertain. She taken to the home of'the
wheels was su benefits of statehood.It immediately
thrown directly under the anu patrolmen are charged with conspiracy
ment at the clubrooms last evening. It the entire train of 20 cars passed over preme court justice at No. 321 West la asserted that the division move and malfeasance in office. They The kaiser, l'

was a "guessing entertainment and af Eighty-sixth street and remained there ment will be begun at once. The name all secured ball and waived a hearing. turter Zeitung,
little amusement, while it wasinstructive'a him.Green until the firemen had done their work. ,
forded no was walking along the rail. proposed for ,the new state is "Allt great pity, and \
*well. The ladles' first prize "" making prophetic siderable loss 4
, road track when his foot was caught gheny, seemingly SHOT HIS SISTER'S ESCORT. to
was awarded to Mrs. E. N Dimick she in a frog, and while he was trying to Kaiser Preaches an Easter Sermon. Lincoln' allusion to the "State ot Allegheny. pany. I am

i having made the greatest number of correct release it the bright headlight on a Messina Italy, April 26.The Ger ." Empties a Load of Shot Into His Body Americana who

guesses, and the gentleman prize freight engine appeared and almost man imperial yacht Hohezollern was and Escapes. thing for the : ; {

'v went to Mr. F, F. Bahosoo. Dr. J. E. ,blinded him. He worked vigorouslyto profusely decorated with flowers and Want Receiver for Mining Company. Wheeling W. Va., April 26. -Thomas' the cabins and ;

Liddy carried off the "booby" honors. release his foot when he realized plants in celebration of Easter. Dr. Louisville, April 26.-A Time special Kills is lying In the Wilson hospitalat which has been

. Word was received here yesterdaythat that the train was on the track on Goens, the German court chaplain, from Bowling Green, Ky., say Martin's Ferry at the point of death,

B. Newman, formerly a resident' which'be was fastened, but all in vain, came from' Berlin expressly to performa that the first suit growing: out of the with gunshot wounds labia back and I White Men f
J. in the of the P. J. Potter Son, thslocal' Columbia, S. C.,
closer service chapel yachtin assignment of .
of Miami and West Palm Beach wascritically As the train came he appearedto shoulder, alleged to have been Inflicted -
the of Emperor William bankers, was filed today by Colonel I tion was sprung in
presence ,
ill at the hospital in Jackson realize that he was a doomed man, toy John Seely, who believed that
e This! morning a telegram an- and suddenly straightened himself up the imperial family and their suites B. L. Mottley, the assignee oi Mills was unduly attentive to his sister arrest of four

, ville. death. It has not been dis- and clasped his two hands together and the staffs of the German ships at the Institution. It Is for the appoint.meat May. of Kersbaw
Bounce his harbor. At the for the Green Rir- ing of J. T.
present in this con of a receiver
to lives boat in
the disease was that above his head as though appealing Seely In a house the
closed as to what clusion of the service the emperor de- er Mining and Transportation company. -. which occurred In'
death. He was heaven to assist him. The next back river near Martin's Ferry, and It
caused Mr. NewmanU fraternity the train struck him. livered a sermon, expounding a test The charges that the mining la stated that for some time his sister of last year. Three

i buried today by the Masonic will\ be from the Bible. At luncheon, where manufacturing and transportation com has been a housekeeper for Mills, a rested in Lanca
of Jacksonville. Mr. Newman all of the local Is at a disadvantageand in connection with
f older Arrested as Bank Swindler. there were present authorities pany operating well known resident of the same town.
: remembered by many of the the emperovln conversation that it Is unable to pay Its debts. Seely followed them to preliminary trial
about Denver Colo., April 26.-Joseph Wheeling and
J residents, only, as be left this city showed a thorough knowledge of the The company owns two steamers, 16 men now under
Wed Adams, alias Decker and Wilson, whoIs the tragedy took place. Seely fled a
four aio.-Mlam1 Record, Italian language. barges,-a general store, 1,100 acres of Friday. The i
years wanted In nearly every ImPortantcity once, and at a late hour had not yet Kershaw have
': nesday.: In the country and has been mining land and other property. The been Apprehended. Mills\ the physicians \
train which Is
\' Charles L. Smith ha Bankers' Can Ride Over World Free mines and store are near Coffman O., cannot ,
Representative sought by the American! association say, recover. lug to to
Introduced a bill In the lower House at for two years, has been arrested New York, April 26.,Among the and the general office ia in the city. hearing.go By IQ

Tallahassee for the relief of Fish Commissioner here. Adams, according to the passengers to arrive on the Red Star Performing Big Fire at Selma, Ala. anticipated. y
\ of New line steamship Kroonland from Ant Died HI. Duty.
T. Detwiler, belonged to the
y' John Plnkertons, formerly Selma, Ala., April 26.-Fire broke '
members of the Del. New York, April 26.-In a fire alarmon
f Q/tiyrna/ The bill will carry an appspristlou Knox-Whlteman gang of bank swindlers werp were seven out in the engine room of the American New Russian' I
the east side Acting Battalion Chief
to the
and weS In the glum delegation international
of jaoofor that,purpose, but has worked by himself candy factory, on Water street Pekin, April 26. :
; which convenes in Wieland was killed, and one end of the
earn tly hope that it will pass. Mr. west for the last two years. His favorite railway congress last night and 'quickly spread to adjoining Idenf of the \ j
Grand Orchard and Alien
2 and Counte.Bd'HaessonvItle on
Washington May ,
4' Detwiler is one ol the hardest and moat ( game, they say was to represent buildings. After several hours' been appointed ;
of Mount Vernon who streets was gutted, causing a loss estimated
conscientious workers and the poorest himself to a bank as a clergyman. fighting against a strong wind the fire China to succeed :
or- has been on a visit to friends in Ger at about $200,000. The fire ''
under Gov. Brow. department succeeded in confining the died recently. M.
of the appointees control and Wieland
s paid many. The railroad delegates wereF. was under was
should Mr., Detwiler receive Drowned While Duck Hunting. flames to the 3-story building occupiedby years' experience ,:
and Not only Bruneel Jules Habran, E. Herem- ascending ladder on the Grand street '
should Laverne McCrlllls the candy factory. The fire went and is considered ./ 1 '
wore pay but the State Erie, April bans, A. Hodlege, B. Holemans, :e:. Nol- side when It slipped and he was
and Archie the elevator shaft to the roof be- :
running Trlonville, up His
in of position.
: give him all the help.possible aged 19 let and C. Van Bogaert. All of the thrown through a plate glass window. I
.Centrevllle, students fore it was discovered, and spread to created -' !
I. : down those who violate the fish laws.- Clark, aged 19 of. delegates carried railroad passes good He wad removed to.a hospital, where "
at the roof of the :
Normal school adjoining building occupied held diplomatic
at the State no
i Journal'Th I on every railroad in the world he died. }
:4. Daytona Edlnboro, Pa., were drowned In Con I by the V. B. AtMns Grocery

Right': Name I I. OeWitt.DeWftt's neaut Lake while- out duck huntingin Situation In European Rusla.Borrissogloebsk company, and the total damage Is ap 250,000
Accidentally Kills Brother.
drifted ashore Boy proximated at about |50,000.
Hazel Salve cools, aTOwboat. The boat Lahore, ;April
Witch boils overcoats of the European Russia, Portsmouth, 0., April 26.-;Before Policeman -
burns, only the of the
heal, cuts. containing governor ;
! soothes and and all skin dlsea** K. E.litteedaughterhadhwhiteswellingssobad. two young men. April 26.-The local bourse hall tele- :II:. W. Smith''accompanied his Buffalo. Shipped to Oklahoma. of a public
bruIses plies
: graphed to Interior Minister Boull- wife to church he laid his revolver ona '
i Missoula Mont.. April 26.,-Thirty- earthquake fund, '\,
gan as. follows: The situation in Russia stand at blme. HI* sonEarl, aged
Ten Killed In Mine DI.nter. five head of buffalo nave been': shipped the" deaths by' the f
: of boDe is excessively strained.! Besidesthe 14 hla brother a' '
after piece and Casslus youth
that piece
who sends 15.000.
Witch Hazel Salve Pa April 26.-While 10 from Arlee by M. Miller, exceeded
DeWitt's Wllkesbarre, .discontent In the towns Russia Is came
ff of her leg of 19, into the bouse later and +
wonderful 300
In Oklahoma about
the moat were'being lowered Into the them to a point the affected area
ill.i cured ber. ItI miners confronted by a terrible agrarian
of seeing the revolver began'handling" it.
healing salve In' the world Beware Conyngham mine today the rope broke movement and class hatred i Ie growing. miles sooth of Kansas -Cltyj The ant Wth( a population ; ;
w Riegel.Scbool. In some manner it was discharged,
couoteifelt Sold by A. G. / carriage fell to tile bottom, ', malts shipped were Adults and aa exceptionally every building
' and the It Is absolutely necessary'to convokerepresentatives
the bullet trtklrfg Casalu In the forabead
nnlnha tit
0 faet. All the men choice lot. rendered
t. ,J desks &ikd inks. WPPI1 sad I a distance instantly killed. of the people. fatally injuring him.
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fMrs. Wednesday evening, April 26, wheu ". 'W "'t I ., fiif

';;; Thomas A I'.ittisnn left Tuesday amid a profusion of lovely flowers and 00 Ko ,
vines twined aud intertwined over and tt w"flrtfvvvyY71'vV7m77w7B1"J7e1TIY'vu TTTTTTTTTTTv'TTTTTT.TfTTTfTT
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? C. man D K'lIy.Jle peat! Thursday\ well-knowri iu :Miami insurance on along the walla of the: edifice, and hang K Yr g An elegant assortment of Light-Weight .

V ': business.Mr tug gracefully from the chandeliers, Mr. 00 r i "0 O f '
Albert F. Faber! and Wan! R .
: S R. fTiin'T\ ,l re, t formerly In the : Sammer Trousers made by Hart Schaff- f
on were pronounced wan and wife by 1 :1 ,. ..
('i t.," <;;'r employ ot Miller & Co., left: Wednesday: Rev. Henry Hiee, who used t the beautiful !- o '...A/

5.' ; uight; for Frnsa>-nl.<. lMattlodistEplscapalaervice lor the \1 J' at'\' ,\;;'
t I ; 1 :: nor & Marx Benjamin and Paragon Qao
,.( :. i Mr. U. T" C in miagh: has. tented 11 e I ceremony LOOK( ; before eight: o'clock o 0 '., ,. ; .
; :J.L; two-story coitus'-! turner of Olive nnil -tha appolutM' ,1 hour-r-lhe church was 1 \ Ufa 00

fl .;: r I:' ) :Evernia streets, bl> 1ngir! f to Mr Mary filled with friends 06 the young Couple\ ', : o J j greatly reduced prices; Brought '. .over; >; Kit

5j Ilone.b anxious to nee them launched upon their ,- :" 88.

;' Henry Whipple came up from Ditnia united life's journey. Tue beautiful f :Ii 1' i from Palm Beach. $ i.OO to 3.00 saved; n ))..\

; t; Wednesday night in quest, of help for 'j decorations, composed: of lilies, roses, l),.' 0 "' (00)... '....

;' the packing and! "hippiug of lIe tomato and other rare flowers, vines, palms and ., :

h alt CrOp of that plnco. plants which filler' the edifice with perfume 4 .., ... per pairANTHONY ooX .

,, fr Mrs. Elizabeth Ames,'wbo has! been were iuitred. aud commented\ C$ Ir ,.. -o'
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spending the witter! with Mr. fInd $ra. until the arrival of the bridal party. Q ;, ( .II' 1 0(

:i i, gi George W. Potter and other relatives Promptly at the appointed hour the ti ."It. .. BROSV" I i'' '; '.fo .
f, left this week for their home in Groton, groom accompanied by his brother, Mr. 00 '0" ,
i ;' i Mass. W. :E. Faber as best man, entered the 00' 0 o
church, proceeded to the'altar and there \ "'310
M. E Gruber, a prominent merchant
t a awaited the coming of the bride who A# or ANTHONY'S SHOES "
1 of West Palm Beach, and a member of "
,I the film of Gruber-Morris, Daytona passed up the center aisle leaning on ARE I' 'oaf,
l be of her father her ag( SILENT. SALESMEN" .. ".. oK
arm preceded by *% vy c "
k1 ': was in Daytona last week on business.ti .- ., < 110
bridesmaid Miss Lula Prevail, her 00. oft
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cousin. This of the
Mr. and.Mrs. Frederick Robert closed part ceremony was i11ovo.toKO.toatgroMoko OUTING MGoEL. oft

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A train for New York City where they the altar the bride and groom met _. ,. _.
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.:;, will spend the summer ns Is tbeir cus beneath a lovely floral wedding bell'anqtook .............""' ;=7.ftI ""' .,,."'.........,, ,.._.....'''''''''"L__._.._ a.__ """ .- -
J tom. tbe..vows which united them for -' PERFECTIONIN

life, the bride's father her
i giving away.
{ t i i f Mm Charles H. Miller, who has been
1'I + The bride was a veritable picture of
I Jt under treatment in Alicia Hospital, St.
lovliness gowned in silk mull over
I for several weeks returned \ r rNI
Augustine to
white taffetta, and wearing an-' almost TH.B. 1
9 this city Tbursday morning, somewhat
etherial veil of chiffon. She carried a CHEFFONIERSJ
n improved In health, hut not as fully re. beautiful bouquet of rare flowers' which
,* i stored as her friends bad hoped for.
,1 later were distributed among personal .
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t } The bridesmaid wore a beautiful
,,, The following note Of sympathy, with dress of white organdie' over pink, and I A Southern Beauty.Beat .

bh t y a large bunch of Easter lilies, tied with! vied in lovllness with her fair cousin. it if
the colors of the order-put pic and white The groom: .was attired in the conventional yon

,y4 were placed upon' the casket containing black-as was also his best man- ",.
r the remains, of JelL Mb. anl(E. Oak. Full Quartered; Full
Joseph Jefferson, as and looked fully worthy of his attractive t Swell. Double Shaped Top. 19X23. Oval
the train
t+ special paused through ft. bride. plate 10x14. "'"r

r i Augustine: At the conclusion of the ceremony the Price f. o. b. factory $8.95

t "Mrs. Joseph Jefieraou: St. Augustine happy couple proceeded to the home of 1 _1No.2uT. S-- : ,,' !. \U. ,

Lodge of :Elks wishes to to he bride's and thence to the
express you
parents Same an above, without ilox
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't its deepest sympathy the passing of depot where they took the cars for the 14 mirror. F. o. b.factory, f 6.15.'

f 4 Brother Jefferson, whom we all lover. : home of the groom's: parents at Sharpes

"May the smiles lie caused on' earth where their honeymoon will be.spent. These' goods'( shipped from factory i in .'

follow him. as blessings in the future A very large number of friends were North Carolina.

state. at the depot to see that they had a good 1w
}' "A. M. TAYLOR. :Exalted Ruler. and from the 4TH. Terms, 2 per cent off for cash with order
sendoff judging
f Write for
"JEFF D. FLOWERS my Big Catalogue.
t Secretary or rice that was strewn broadcast and "Dolt today.'". Address, .".
The burial of the famous actor will be be suggestive labels that adorned the '

f f'o.' l 'in Bay View Cemetery, Sandwich Mass., >i idal baggage: the effort was successful _._., .. ._ j J. B. McGINLEY
c, ;, a u.rnnnrnnn.trtcnae, _,__ w. _._ .. .._.._.__....
; a in a lot purchased by Mr Jefferson 'a and the young couple were sent
short time since; with the sincerest of best wishesfor Mr and M ra J W Hnrppr,oclerMr y dish
way anil Mra" I* Cox: roou .bawlMn I Did You Ever V. The Palms Corner,
r a long life of happiness. o HaynoH, stark BiMar' spoon
JeirtlruiiU .', 1'iwoe' ,bend restI West Palm Beach '
4 Odd Fellows' Anniversary. The groom is a much liked and prom. >r and MrH. Iluitry, irj !u, sugar RiMMdi try a Bo ICE CREAM made"from pure cream? Fla.

+ '. On Thursday night at the lodgerootn, inept young business man, being a Mr Mr soil and Mr Mra*J U O 1II'"yhll'.culltor CliDftClinni! silver pieces,...|>oonir, We-have It.Did. .

1 l the Odd Fellows ot Lake Worth Lodge/: member of the firm of Faber Brothers Mrs. M K UruliiMtoilet nut .
Mr and MraT. J\l1.r..f".rl.jel1, spoon Voa EVer
r,' No. 43, celebrated the eighty-sixth an successful merchants of this city. lie Mr sad Mr .1, K Snxon,, Dutirtiulii, tails adpitcher "

It,, niversary that order by the holding Is a memberof the fire department, be. Miss Aloes Lee Harris.,va...e- neon pure GLYCERINE 80 A P that coHt less
'I of a banquet after the conclusion of tbe lug the trusted treasurer, and his friendsare Mr and Mrs H.I Uolllngor, Oiirva. ails.r iilfTOfork' thim :ar c? We have It for 1 Tic. Also. a pure
TAR SOAP for the toilet at 15c. 1
aSi ;{4i: regular anniversary service. The officers legion. Mr E K Crime:'CLtunvilln, hurry .1"| ">IIMr West Palm BeachTown

i '," in attendance 'and presiding were MaxI The bride lathe only daughter of Mr. anil F O MmC
Slrkta N.G.; George L. Brannlnj{.V. G.; and Mrs. R. F. Saxon, also of this city Mr and Mrs W V Armsttang.Jr.. vase _.
Mr and MTU O I* Buker, water 'eel _
+ L t II. S. Miller, p. G.; Rev. J. J. Vauli and is a most estimable and loveable Mr and MmV I ill Wlildtltin, cuke pinto A SPRING BLOOD TONIO "BprlnB'u Sara /
ladywhohas friends almost be. M V and Mrs C: C IIoxUBtor.. Kuii liallk', silver] ..sapurllla. the beat for our hot climate. Lots. 3 ..
j Yp chaplain.: young dinnvr bull) ;
/ kr 4 Mr. L. W. Bnrhaidt was master of yond number among the young peopleas Mr aud Airs T Wall M lamb silver card. turn 'Iiittlc Bttownies'ar.

r C :I', ceremonies, and demonstrated' his abilities well as the older ones.

kf along that line by providing a most On their return to this city they will Christian Science Services.. always needed to keep the system, rlea 0 Choice Residence Lots

? 4 r' delightful program carried out somewhat be at home to all their friends in their First Church of Christ, Scientist West "

,r ":: as follows: pretty cottage home, corner of :Everniaand Palm Beach Fla., up stairs in Masonic Oat Speeial .

Song by Mrs. Max Sirkin. Rosemary streets. Temple west of Bank, on Clematis ave.

_ .t,; Speech by George L. Branning, Grand The bride was the recipient of many nue. Sunday services at 3:30: p.m.; Sunlayschool "HORftE-FI/V EXTERMINATOR1' ha T>ro- from $2OO up
be and best
to the
von cheapest protection. ,
i,," Treasurer of the State Lodge. valuable and useful presents-tokens of at :.)Op.tn.; tf'stlmonlallJleet. ,,for homes. and cow from the files, /

''t + Song by Miss Maud Burkhardt. remembrance-among which" were the Ings at ?:3o,p.m. on first, third and fifth one-third cash, balance by semi-annual
t' + Remarks concerning attending Grand following: Wednesdays la month. A cordial! iuviation Broadwell & Moore

i'Y'' I Lodge meetings by H. S. Miller Past ir Banttait a unit' family: 1 Cocoa,lied' spread to attend is extended to all to at. installments, on reasonable'time, accord-
and Mm II N Xi-nl, ,inliiil, bowl
,5 t Grand. rfiss l_etila. Baker vase tend these services. Druggists. ing to price of lot.
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(i U .Mtrnhm.. and Mr. table ---- --
w Duett by Misses Grace and Isabel Garrett gacfcrtt
+ Mr and Mix. tiny 1111..IO..it. silver butter dixll West Palm Beach, Florida For plata and full Information apply to
E Hotel Site for Sale.
v Mies Katie OlitiHteud rtMa lows .
Fine Ilui-tlm )Dodd Ft Place, mustard .
t, 1" Address by Mayor George G. Currie. and She. J J Hunter, silver salad fork and I offer for sale at a reasonable price I Wo will five mall orders prompt attention WALLACE R. MOSES, '

Song by Mrs. Max SirkIn. Mr and )Mrs ]i II Ihmter, picturesMr spoon the site of the Commercial Hotel, recently
+ Chorus by the Misses Garrett and Miss and M.., A I Kiruwderman. hunting/ torn 'destroyed by fire. One of 'the Agent; Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.
Mr and I Mr A L Hiitiffli. two pltuhuratlrand
I rt Julia Doster. r.8inglotnitsilver 'ladle best located lots in 'the city either for a Louisville & Nashville West Palm Beach, Florida..
Mrs AtiHtin Alien, tea ntMr
g; y Phonograph!! selections by Frank Idner. .and Mrs 1> W Fenton, toilet net Business block or hotel purposes
ail 1J f,, i" Mrs. L. W. Burkhirdt presided at the 11...' and Mr K D Prevail, tin-on Cove RI.rlnlfRttable utf C. W. SCHMII I E.aiiroad """ 7 .

l w organ In her usual unmatchable manner Mrs Minnie 1Ira X i 'r ttnlt pleasing: grace.Refreshments Mi's. II lilack.Sharpe. ,center pleco New Cure for Cancer.

rY '.1 were served in abundance : MrsudMtxJ VIr: and Mm ThoinuM K Weir!,*urntt teakettle, l Irony: wit All surface cancers are now known to Fastest Time Finest Servive ; GRAFTED,

\ and consisted of ice cream cake birlH'Itranninfr: Aililetlo Itii>tberi Club'; ,,ohnir jardiniere and be curable, by Bncklin'n Arnica Halve BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.

sk'y ,a lemonade and fruit all of which was .'h... 1N'pnrUneukwaebbosrd. soap and rug pearlln las..Walters, of Duffield, Va., writes: "1 To Birmingham; Memphis Nashville, *
Mr and Mrar.rmitttantinu.oiitglikMmiiNtui'dJar, bad a cancer on my lip for yearn that Largest Collection of Crotons the United States. :Palms
partaken with zest, indicating an appreciation IA-V and Knv Faber. 111'leroe, silver fruit dish seemed incurable, till Buckltn'B Arnica ,ouisville, Cincinnati, St. Fbjllan
i Mm, KPimFalMT' table than eta Aiipotgrown. Full
l of the efforts of those hpd coverMr Line of Citrus Stock
who and Mr C L Kubvr" tablecloth I and napkins Salve healed it. and now it Is perfecilywell. Louis, Chicago; ,
Ja provided the banquet. Harry Jiedifer. and sinters. sugar bowl and milkpiteher ." Guaranteed cure for cuts and and alii points North and West loj grown on High Spruce ,Pine Land. Address

a There were a large number of members Mr and ]Mr* Fred Cook ant of oatmeal ditltea burns ajc at all druggists.Full JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Beach Flu.
and their friends and the Mr and, alp H II Pyleajardinler Pullman Sleeperswith
present I J>r and Mrs W BroadwetUflllrersticarnhell\: and of Tragic Meaning
x' .occaaicu proved most enjoyable to all. butter. knife .
; MU Irate Itntndwoll burnt wood book rack' are these lines from J. R. Simmons of sV7yYYvvyvt'vVv77777777YVV.VYVYVYYYVYYVV7yyyyyyyVYVVSUMMER
The regular officers of the lodge for Mr and, Mm ,Will Helm.eel ot doyliesI'Iinlea Casey, Iowa. Think what might'( have Unexcelled Dining Car.SerTlce,.

rh; the present term are' : A, T. Rose N. G.; Mr and Mrs Nlniclpum W I Metcult, fruit dish celery dish suit.nla,1 resulted from his terriole cough if he HOTEL, CHICAGO

if. E. Kuschel V. G.; R. Creech,, F. S.; howl had not taken the medicine about which OFFICIAL ROUTE __
II S Miller manlcnre not he writes: "I had a fearful cough that
J. E. Llddy. R. S.; George Welling Raleigh Saxon, match case disturbed my ninbt'g rest. I tried everything to Kansas City to the I

+;a, i ton T.FlQest. _...____..... .____ Roy Mr buxon.K; W .1 I'arrlHh clack fruit dish but nothing'( would relieve It untilI Southern Baptist Conventionto HOTELi DEH P1IIbO !
Mr. and Mm Arthur BMUer| table) cover took Dr. King's New Discovery for beheld May 30-17tb.
t :I f line of candles at the Ma- MUA.IeHHle 1',mkl.... bureau "tttiarf consumption coughs and cold, which a ,l.
V: W and W K. Valor, lamp One Fare late, plus 50 cent., for A High-Class: Family and Trinalwnt: Hotel.
i Jewskl bakery. Mr and Mr |j MIIITHT. ,llver pickle fork completely cured me. Instantly relieves ,
____ Mr and alp Frank Darling and family' handpatnted and permaner.tly cures all throat the Round'Trlp Located between Washington and MadlHon Avenues, fronting on the Midway
china:naiad bowl diseases and Boulevard, adjourning; the Chicago" University
"The Tropical Sun Is always on sale Mr and Mr J O'BrienHi Augimtlne,table cover and lung ; prevents grip Stop-over on these tickets permittedat
and center pneumonia. At all' druggists; guaranteed '( Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror Two People,
pieces Louis and Cave.
1 oat Idner: t. Sou's. Mr JoBfiili KJIiott: ,.silver crumb tray ; 50 cents and '[.00. Trial bottle tit. Mammoth from $30 to $40 per Week. .
Mr and Mr Kd: U,,_,
,1, sugar ptHin and butter free all
at druggists.
Por sleeping ear iwuervatlonoy map, folder Twelve
mlnutea from dowa town via Illlooi
1 When you buy bread, why not have Mr anil Mil. Harvey Waugh,*.eto silver kolveeand :: rate OEO.and fullinlormatloa U. IIERRINO. Fla.call on PnM.or writ Agent All train. stop at 68rd St.. to which baggage Central should Hull lie war checks.

j, C the best? The splendid reputation Mis.* Grncjn' Lsinhnrptctun. fork Best Cough Medicine for Children. aO6 Went Bay St..JackaoD'lllu. Florida a BRADLEY *. .
Majawskl's bread la making for itself Mr and Mn R F HU.XOII, bed ipirail,table cloth When you buy a cough medicine for MUSERVB. ProprUtor a .
Mix P A Black towel
r' is due 'to the care taken in baking. It Mr and M ... T M Lett,salad bowl small children you want one in which you AAAAAAAAAAU..AAAAAAA .AAAAA4A.uuAAu.u.uu. r.
Miss true Walker card cane. can place implicit confidence. You want GEO. HASLEHURST & SON i
'is always the best; ita quality can not M..n.llIl..J McUlnley, table one that not only relieves but cures. You
I t :be excelled. Try It. Mr ".and"cllllr.Mr Ifenry It Taylor Wbipple,, anger, *cracker,poonMr jar want one that is entirely harmleu. Yon ,(I. Contractors fwd Buildersp '
A Friend. et of tea spoonsalrandMrsAIlrertSaber want one that is pleasant to take. Cham D. W
,Kharpn.: check for (50\ berlain's Cough Remedy meets all of O. BOX' 304Early FENTQN & e0.i
Plana to Get Rich I W Madrr, fye:, Uu.7ork merchandiseWiley : these conditions. There Is nothing so .

II t, are often frustrated by sudden break. Mr and, liver Mr Franklin.pickle. 8heen.cut glass. dials. good for the coughs and colds Incidentto ." ,T'. '
; down, due to dyspepsia or constipation Mr and Mr II Lewi*, piotureMenu : childhood. It is atto a certain preventive uml1; Risers' ; Undertakers i andEmbalmers
:Brace op and take Dr. King's New Life -* full and Will Mtralmn. net and ot lilrrrkniren and cure for croup> and there It I The famous little pills.oWlttsSalvo. .;
Pill*. They take out the materials which and Mr Frank Idner burnt leather picture forkKir no danger whatever true whooping '; & ., -
are clogging your energies, and give you COM cough when it is given. It has been ---I f
a nCW start. Cure headache and dizzi I Lula' AnltaJanova Prevatt burnt, set leather of sail pifckce dehe.booktllM used in many epidemics of that disease : -- .i
1 ; nesstoo. At all druggists accents. M Im Florence HIII'tr1n..t of water gh..e.lIl. with\ perfect success. For said by all Gruber i
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