The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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---- A. G. Alien's Popular-Price Exhibition Westminster .
Abbey Concert Well Known Grocery Firm to i County Fair Will This Season "

rurally Tenders to Board of Public Instruction L Under Canvas, Party Will Appear! the Entertain Next Wednesday I Offer Many New and Interesting .{, '

Five Acre Tract. Magnificent'' Site for Next. Saturday. Opera House. ia Novel Manner Attractions. ?d+, ',, ,, )

City's New School Buildings. A, Q. Allen's .:" r '
Original New Orleans /Oulte an unexpected: treat lain store Next ? 'i
,Minstrels Wednesday the 21st, will be (Miami, Fla., Feb 10, 1900. cft 1
are coming to West
Palm 1 fov lovers of good music. Mr. Edward "Demonstration
Day" at the well
'Beach' and will pitch their mammoth Branscombe To the Editor of Tropical Sun: { .
,Ills famous little boy known grocery house of Muter' Com-
lie regular monthly meeting! of thee ""nus I of Hibiscus Avenue In the town tent which will seat two thousand soloists who are completing their For some days past here has been
County Board of Public In- of "West Palm ...' pany, Clematis Avenue
Beach 1
said some discussion
; beinga regard to
people, In the vacant lot north of The fourth tour around changing
coon met in /Miami Tuesday with part of the southwest quarter of thsc'ttheast world, have decided This Arm nas just received a large the date of the

.ill board, :Messrs.: A, II. Pennock! quarter, And a part ''of the 'Tropical Sun office next Saturday. to return to London via Florida assortment of In-er-seal trade mark Fair annual Dade County { a
j and West Indies and arrangements and it has been decided that on t
\\V. J. Parrish, W. M Burdlne.Irman northwest quarter of the southeast February 24th have goods from the National Biscuit Company
and R. E. Hall superlnten- quarer of Section 21, Township 43, 'This famous minstrel troupe exhibited been made whereby The West- account of some existing conditions .l,'
who will
minter send demonstratorto
t, preeent, south, range 43 east Be It in West Palm Beach about three Abbey Glee and Concert Party a that the best Interests of the Fair and fi '{

frter the reading of the minutes of Further Ordered, That said Board of years ago, and it will be remembered wtit-;give a sacred concert in' Zapf's their store on that day, to demonstrate the exhibitors would be best subserved t
I as one of the best shows has Opera House to-morrow, Sunday even- the cleanliness goodness crisp- ,
last regular meeting and their ap- I Trustees be hereby empowered and that ever
ing, commencing at 8:30 ness and by fixing an earlier date The Fair 1.
al, the board transacted business authorized to purchase four come to the city : They superior quality of these 4
acres will
moreor come to us with a highly successful goods and will have be held from March 6, continuing t,
you an opportunity -
j A, O. Allen the here
lows| : less, contiguous to and being a par t proprietor, was I to the 10th. ,u l
reputation built noon the merits_ nf__ to sample the newest and Entries will be made on
most attractive
|r. ,Pennock was granted furtherin of said tract described above and to yesterday with his| COrDS of> bill posters : u.u I Monday I ;v 1
their triumphs In Africa India, China varieties of delicious biscuit. continuing until Tuesday at
the matter I and has perfected all arrangements 4
of opening up tho I>ay therefor the sum of One Thousand 5 o'clock After thU
Australia hour
and New Zealand. You are no entries
and friends
at West for the coming of his show. Mr. your cordially
Jupiter.communication Dollars ($1,000)), and that a warrant Members of the will be received.
present party have Invited.
_ was read from be I Allen bears the distinction of being
hereby drawn to
cover purchase the The following superintendents .
lInlqlle distinction of having of departments '
(state Superintendent notifying the payment upon execution and delivery the originator of not only the New sung! '
before King Edward VII, and also un- Huyler's candied, Broa hereafter Orleans Minstrels, but the idea of
d I
< principals of son by said Ellen E. of .
Potter, a Mr. John '
UerVhe,patronage.,.' |high schools must hold State good and sufficient deed of giving a minstrel performance under i?
cer- citrus .
warrantyfor canvas. India. There are eleven artists from Still at the old stand. Send us your display ...* .' .vMNfi\! I ;

lee said< nine acres, more or less, ace the leading vocalists In England, Including laundry Satisfaction guaranteed atStrahan's Mr Jack Graham, superintendent of
! communication was also read companied by abstract of title to saidtract Popular prices will prevail, the the four little boy sopranos.On Steam Laundry. tf. the vegetable display 1 '
State Superintendent asking the I Be it general admission being' fifty cents
> Monday and Tuesday evenings IMr. R. F. Hoyle, superintendent of
II to Rend the county superlntend- 'Further Resolved That the Dade only, while children wilt be admittedfor the I
party will! give concerts In The poultry department '7
25 cents Such reasonable Tax
to attend convention of superin- County School Board hereby expresses prices Breakers and the 'Royal Poinciana Assessor Mesdames E, V Blackman and J. 0 ?j'
will guarantee the filling of the
ents In Louisville on February 27. its appreciation of the generous (dona mam- and the event is looked forward to Hunter superintendents of the Baby ; ti

motion It was ordered that tho I II'd r tlon by ,Miss Potter of the five acre moth tent and every one who, goes with a great deal of pleasure among Names DatesCounty show. bIt l
can feel assured of witnessing a clean
[ <1 allow the superintendent to at- ; tract as a site for the proposed new the tourists on the East Side will be noticed that two new de-
and up-to-date show.Don't 1
) the convention and to pay neces- school building for West Palm Beach, The prices of admission to-morrow tax assessor, George O. But- partments have been added this .
year '
I forget the date, next Saturday .,
expensea. The chairman reported that he, February 24th. evening will be, reserved seats, 50 'ler, has issued the following notice to We believe that there Is no single Industry I

e following resolutions were MUU the superintendent, had< directed cents, general admission 25 cents the tax I payers of Dade County relative that !promises better or larger ,
filed, on motion: tthe! treasurer of the county to transfer .... '. returns for the money Invested than '
to the assessing of county, real ;
It Resolved, That the Dado ,II the $4,000 which had been sell* to For Sale Busiest house In town. Even a band the poultry business; hence we have ', a

fty School Board hereby author- '(' 1.6 credited to the Special School Tax Small eighteen-foot motor launch.with played to keep the crowd moving at and personal taxes for the ensuing added this department in hopes that 1.. ti d 1

Board of Trustees of Special District, to be placed in the general hood. First-clas in every respect. Price Idner's. year and giving the dates on which It will stimulate our people to make'

I School District No.1. to accept school fund as ordered at last meeting $150 cash B M. Potter, Flat Iron he will visit certain places and local- a speciality of this business. Thecon '

[donation of Miss Ellen 'E, Potter, of the board same to bo paH to Building. Tale Springs mineral water, Broad-ities for the purpose of receiving said tinned high price of eggs and dressed {
I assessments iu.
five acre tract of land lying west Special School district, whenever! well & Moore! : and live poultry in our markets we u

[nd adjoining Sapodllla Street, and needed by them In the purchase of Tate Springs mineral water, Broad- March 1.-Silver Palm. think warrant the position we have

tly opposite the 'western term 1- site or In proposed new biill'ltnc. well & Moore. PORTLAND CEMENT (March 2.-Cutler., taken and we feel sure that an exhibition
., March 3.-Perrlne.
iMr. Samuel Hough, of Hamilton, O., We have just received another car ':March 5.Coeoannt'nv._n.._..__ _'_ .. of this kind will prove of great .I.
a regular winter visitor to west Palm of Portland Cement In barrels and 100 I March G.-Lemon City value /

yiere Railroad and it was all distributed among people Beach, arlved 'several days ago, andIs pound cotton sacks. East Coast Lumber March 7.,Little River. The Baby show will make a pleasing t

industries selling labor or ma and Supply Company feature of the fair.Thle .
or !
at home with his family in tho lit- 'March 8.-Arch Creek,

Earnings Go terial to the roads. The money went: tle cotage, opposite Unarming Brothers March 9.-Fulford. Is the yearly opportunity for

-- partly Into the pockets of the 'men Clematis Avenue PhilosophianLiterary :March; 19.-Hallandale. the vegetable and fruit growers to
place the products of
ere do railroad earnings go? Wea and to March 12.;Danla. d
for the roads partly
working Our Northern visitors win pretty .March before a large number of visitors who
great deal nowadays about how the markets of rails, cars, engines and soon be thinking about their return Society I larch 14.--Pompano.IMarch Fort Lauderdale. are spending the winter months in our ',M" 'I I

they amount to each year. To tools, the bridge builders the building to their various homes and will, naturally i : 15.-Deerfleld.MnrchlT genial climate and we trust that the '

by what the directors say about constructors and the workmen hired cast about for mode of travel. The meeting of the Phllaophlan Society to 19.-Delray. Fair of 1906 11'11be\ the beat and large .ry,4,

I this money goes into the pock- by all these. Fourteen millions We, unhesitatingly recommend The which should have been held on /March 20-Doyton, est ever held E, V. BLACKMAN, ,

the directors more went in payment for Injuries to Clyde. Line to all those In search of Friday, January second, was postponed larch 21.-'Boyton. Sec'y and Gen iMgr, l

while really they persons and property. Advertising, Information. This popular Line ope until January ninth, owing to tho. ,March
22 to 24. West
that a road earns in a state printing, law expenses, loss and dam- rates the finest passenger steamships absence of two of the debators I larch 25.-Neptune.- Palm Beach Lathe work on brass and steel at Cum:

back to that state other accounted for At this meeting Recatlatlona were mings.; 9-I3-tf.
for material, age, and expenses plying the Atlantic coast Stateroom March 27...Hobe Sound.
or dividends. We hear about $90,000,000, Interest on the debts of accommodations are superb and the delivered by Miss Marlon Liddy, ills 'I(March 29 to 30.-Stuart.

hundreds of millions of dollars the railroads, their bonds in other tables ore always supplied with the Ernestine Lett and ::Miss. Ruth Otwcll larch 31 to April 1.-
allroads take in and never atop words, amounting to $$278,000.0.00. The very best to be obtained in Northern and declamations by Lucy GVIetcalf The following personal' notice Is ,

Ink what becomes of It 'all. Of surplus left over at the year's end was and Southern markets. These'' ships James Owens and Ray 'Mark, tach d to the announcement: at-I Serve LuncheonGreat a

e It: doesn't all stick to the pock- -49,300,000. This left to be paid out salt. direct from Jacksonville and call but the main thing on the programwas "The law requires, every

the railway owners. They; real ; in dividends to the stockholders only at Charleston S. C., giving passengers the debate "Resolver, That At- owner or legal representative of the crowds have been visiting the t

t only a small part.. Moat of ItstraIght $166,000,000, or 8.74 per cent of the ample time to view this ancient and rica In more Important as a continent owner to return-all property, real and stole of Branning Brothers since the 'l -

back/to' the community' yearly earnings and \2.7( per cent on. the Interesting city. Our'suggestion wouldbe than South America." personal, on blanks furnished foe; the anouncement In Wednesday's issue of '
as wages and partly to for stock. Less than three percent to engage accommodations Affirmative: Edwin Parrish and
pay capital your
purpose by the assessor (these blanks The Tropical Sun that Mrs.! A C. Heg-
and supplies the big return on any business early as they always do their full share Lulu Rose.Negative. f
needed by is not a : will be sent by mall to all arpllcanlli.who ( gle ;would serve the famous Tetley's
Oils, and keep in mind these dividends of the business between Jacksonville Edward Owens .and f
fall to meet the assessor on re- tea dally In that poular establishment. r
or costs a railroad more than don't go only into the pockets of ,the and New York (Miriam Stowers. ceipt of postage stamp) between the ,Many ladles have taken advantage of ,
Ing else. Take railroad men. Railroad stock ia f The secretary: Miss Blanche De
year pefpre.lasteallrnads'that bill first day of January and the first day the opportunity to get a cup' of flrst- t
year earned all to- owned by a good many thousands Tickets for the Sam Jones Lecture Vault appointed as Judges Prof. Stev- of April of each year. If such person class tea properly brewed, and '
r. H,900,000,000. all the country-ordinary Wednesday night at. the Opera House ens, \Uss'Wood and Miss) Whlpple. 'many ,
!But over
they paid.l people or their agents fall to return more will continue to go until the"'closing -
775,000,000. Just 40.8 per cent of : people like the rest of us, not rich, commencing at 8:15: are on sale at Both negative and affirmative argued their property for assessment as re- day is announced

wages, Fuel' for locomotives sometimes depending on the.. return Broadwell & .Moore's drug store. their point well but the judges quired by law the assessor Is commanded Branning Brothers request The Tropical

154.300,000; 't taxes'took $57,860,000 11 frdm their railroad" holders for a liv- decided tor'the 'negative. to assess It aa 'unknown.' Sun to state that on next Monday

.New locomotives freight cars ing. Anything that hurts the earningpower Ladles<< will be Interested" in the announcement Ray Mark. "It Is not the legal duty of the assessor Mrs Haggle will. In addition to nerving

IIIIsenger cars, and repairs toold o fthe railroads and makes I that Mrs. ]1 Constantino; to examine the records of the l hot tea. prepare and serve light
J dividends will the Clematis Avenue milliner has Just How you can get a good priming paintor
ones, cost ,115.000- ,them less able to pay county for the purpose of ascertaining luncheons 'This unique feature will be
'.000.000' went into the track hurt these people a great deal worse received a nine line of shirt f 1.23 "per. gillon\ t Buy one gallon the ownership of real estate in or continued throughout that day
Idgee the rate waists, wash skirts pattern hats and New Er. Paint it'f 1.75 per gallon, and only
rails ties and ballast than the big capitalists regubatons" der that her may assess the propertyto and it la very likely that the store will
np coat with so much some very attractive:: values in under one gallon taw linseed oil at 70 to 750
n $U0.000,06< ;"- train and 11 are gunning and yon ibavej two Ralluns of the beat its legal owner, but it Is the dutyof be crowded all day '

applies The and shop tools, |3 rent of tired to meet the ture will last
tracks 'assessor" at the appointed one day only.
satisfaction, n,, 1\1.-Potter, Flatiron '
""dings, earl and other proW ,Launch for Sale !Hartford tires No. 77, (3 oo each, itCamming Buildiug. West.Palm Beach. place and time, or,' at his office In the
equipment *. 9.13-tfJUST' court house In return
amounted to oak finish, Miami and his A Bargain
,000.> Twenty-five foot canopy .
for Permanent Improvement top,'id fine/ order. Sis-horeepuwer Fay j Buy your, bread and bakery. products property. This1 respectfully urge all ,IA new 5-h.' p;> two-ccley engine for f o$1u

Ml.960.000. These expen- & Bowen engine, that always goes RECEIVED.A from the ,Majawikl Bakery and ,be property owners to do. If. the property a I Potter'-.Fl'tln>n Building West I

tbaa mOunting ia an to $1.291.000. Very,. cheap;*' ; I new supply of lettuce egg plant, ''healthy an4"happy.'t- tf. owners +.'to' do. If the property Prim Beach > 'f

two tbtrda ot} the'whole'tri- Palm Beach.Trrt tomato andpranujYr. \ owners will 'me
ot J J. Rrmao, ; : AlBO.bwaq co-operate with the IPIBRCE'SBIYCLEa
'vrVTWroads Were baskets and; plaeapple'crates.! East Finest fashionable' souvenir*! of.all roll can 114 'made- correctly ,,in every cUmfttla'eve.'opposite'' ; ; ,at Camtnlnn, ri

.D foatt 1* 'j><.ret-c aP"ia"ibipu >| :n 11er"* candle l aBoad"'en: & Moore Coast .Liimber'and'Supply' CblDp (ay. kind and price, ;'at Idtier's.A particular.," Beach, ; bank,.,West,. Palm 'N ,

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THE TROPICAL SUN. Interesting Facts This Is the Justly Celebrated
The Sword the Crusader THE
I'loneer Paper, ol- ,Dad,. .County. Florida'' About Florida ( ACME MARROW

Publmlieil liver)' Wednesday-and Saturday u.- -.- Every up-to-date tnrlner.houlI. have one. We are agents for UnderSize (

'!TWfT "AkMB."OM.DADA COUNTY.V I''OA'OA' tOrltflnal.] Florida's acreago Is 37,031,520.: .SIRKINCOMPANY
Centuries ago there lived a crusader G. One-Horse Cultivator.
I Florida has an area of E9.2G8 squaremiles. '
SUBSCRIPTION: ; r'KirB, 13.00 PElt YEARTropical Sir Geoffrey Burgess, who was noted
i .. both for his bravery and his piety Ills
batted of tbe lufldel Turk was something Florida has 1,050,088 acres of landIn

d Sun Publishing Comp'y, terrible. From first to last be cultivation.

CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager. carried the same sword, one of those Florida produces a greater variety of Dressers to MenWe I

tnimeiMO' weapons. that nave long ago fruit, vegetables and farm: crops than
1 1 i gntrred at the PoNl"fflc. ot \\'... P...n Kenchaecondclan passed out of date. Every time Geoffrey any other State In the Union. ,
i' maltitr.TUB Turk be filed
as Burgess killed a a .
y t notch on the blade of tbls sword Just Florida's average death rate per
------ -
--- --" thousand Is only 10.89. .- ere to fit Io a
beneath the hilt At the coiiclUHlou of prepared you
] I. I. FUND a1UDDLE.i his campaigns there were notches sufficient Florida ,Is the best hunting and fish I

i Yielding, apparently, to a popular to reach on both edges from the ing State east of the Mississippi river.. SUIT r
bllt to the point
,. demand for information concerningIts Sir Geoffrey returned from the. seventh : Florida bas a greater extent of sea

transactions, the i Hoard of Trustees crusade and wus making preparations coast than .any other State.: onTROUSER's

of the Internal Improvement Fund for the eighth when bo was Florida has forty-five railroads In-

+ has departed from Its previous custom taken with a fever and died. lie was cluding the branc hand lumber roads. .-
i buried with great honors In tbe town "
i of makIng an abbreviated and In which lie bad lived, and a flue Florida Is the only State in the ti, p t tI

purely perfunctory report every two marble mouuuieut was placed by those Union producing sponges; harvest to suit present occasionsat

who revered him over Ills grave, surmounted worth half a tnllllcm dollars a year. I'opuld Trices.

} years, and has made public a statement by u statue him. Florida Is less subject to extremes of Price of above one-liorsHWze'in, $10.60, delivered at :your at |in,

: :ti purporting to give in detail an Two hundred years after Sir Geof.trey' than other State In We have other sizes. Write us for circular prices.HalchettOaCamara .
temperature any
death Mohammed II., the great
f account of its proceedings for the calendar "
sultan of the Ottomans. Invested Constantinople the Union.
: t E year 1905. It is, in fact, an ap- and after a short: siege Ulna Florida leads all other States as a HHTSNeglige Hardware Go

t parent purpose a special plea In sup- cross which since the time of Constantine resort for tourists and health seekers. ,.
.' bud surmounted( the dome of St. .shafle Soft Hats. West Palm Beach, Florida
port of the attitude of the board act- : Florida( a greater variety of trees
Sophia was replaced by the! crescent.On than any other State In the Union.
Ing in the capacity of the board of 1 the very day of this change a
Florida produces cotton corn sugar
drainage commissioners authorized storm swept over Sir Geoffrey's grave T
and a bolt of lightning rent his statue cane tobacco rice pineapples oranges, You are at a loss sometimes
under an act of the last Legislature, In three pieces. Singularly euonjjli; grapefruit, guavas peaches plums, to know what to buy. -You 18 -0-0.0.OtO.0: {}fl

with special reference to the Everglades they remained on the pedestal. It was lemons pecans ]limes figs, grapes to
that West Palm ,
know however: you 2 JtUKKHAKUT'S Beach Feb IT toon
; not doubted that the lightning was uu matoes-In fact a varied assortment of
We have
want the latest.
i. P expression' of the old knight's anger at crops and fruits many of which can '
I l With a fine show of candor, the tbe fall of the Christian city and the not be successfully grown farther north. them. No Matter What !

board gives tho statistics of the fact Unit his statue remained erect .
except In hot houses.
"swamp and over owed"l] land fund was taken as evidence of his Inflexible Florida also produces kaolin whichIs x PRICE; you have been paying for your Coffee, much or little, just'

will.Another try one pound of our
: and the proceeds of sales of such century passed. The crusades produced superior to any'other

!t"" lands, showing that there are on hand If unsuccessful In freeing the known. its so abundant that it would White and Colored CanvanSHOES I

holy sepukber brought about u commercial pay to manufacture It Into ornamental 25 Cent Coffee
of said and
2980239.46 acres lands
J 4 Intercourse between the west bricks. .
k v'f $272,272,35, net cash proceeds of the and the east. There were Christian Florida produces phosphate and If you are a judge of good coffee, BI well as fond of good coffer, 9

t sales of such lands deposited in and merchants In Asia and Asiatic merchants aluminum and gypsum that will run for Men, Women and Children this blend of ours at 25 cents a pound will surprise and delight you
In, Europe but never was a ,
drawing interest from certain banks Turk seen In the town where Sir Geoffrey I 94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Alsoa

throughout!; the State naming them Burgess was burled. Some said 1 superior quality of white cement

t together with a list of securities of that the Moslems knew of bIll reputation : well adapted for ornamental tile brtck.

various kinds deposited in the State and dined not profane It; others Florida abounds in Immense depositsof The Sirkin Conip'ya !

treasury to secure said several deposits. that the shade of the holy.man guardedthe phosphate rock.Twenty L. W.. BURKHARDT. FINEST OKOCERIESN. '
town and kept them Jefferson mock
The schedule of disbursements from away. B. Get our new price on Hay, drain and Feed.
The knight's sword was handed down
the fund for the year shows an aggre from father to son and at the close of Year' Battle. West Palm Beach, Florida t3f-lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.

gate of $09,585.28. of which $48,44565 the fifteenth when Columbus "
century I loser I In
was a
a twenty year battle N. B.-Tbe boys did not want us to tell about this coffee:
has been expended in "drainage with
opera- was trying to find a passage around chronic piles mid malignant sorts
tions to drain the Everglades" and the globe to India. to facilitate the trailIng until I tried Bucklvn's Arnica Salve ; They say we are selling enough now to make their arms acbe a

nearly $12,000 for attorney's fees. In spices, hung In the ball of JohnBurgess which turned tbe tide, by curing both, FOWLER BROS. & KING grinding of it.
till not a trace trmains," writes A, M.
a plain citizen, the title hay-
.Strangely enough this apparently lug been lost sight of. One day John Bruce of Farmville, Va. Best for old i <>0-0-0-0-0-O-010-0-0<>0- -oom"m""trm"mrnrmmm <><><<
full and candid statement of the ope- Ulcers, Cuts, Burns and Wounds. 250
Burgess was sitting in his house when MACHINE SHOPOAS
at all
rations of the board and the legislation druggists./
the door opened and a man came Lur-

and litigation affecting the fund, rledly In from tile street. lie was avery Biltmorr ENGINE REPAIRS A 8PECIALTY ", / "rmmnrnrmmmmmm m
contains no mention of the act of 1903 soldierly looking man, wearingan &bMoore.\ ALL KINDS of l.A7HE.and SHAPEH WORK ::::: ::
(chapter 6245)) which declares that all armor not at all like that In fashion.

moneys now In the Internal Improvement I The Invention of gunpowder was, then ITCH-RINGWORM.E. GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR | The Fie el Pharmacy 1
beginning to put armor aside, and what
a Fund," as well as the proceeds T. :Lucas/ Wingo Ky. writes !
still used while the
was was plate
"" of all the lands thereafter to be sold. April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I -. a

i "Bhall be placed with the State Treasurer stranger"Sir" said wore I the chain mail armor.In a dialect so had been afflicted with a malady j .. SALE Solicits YOUR Trade. ?

: who shall thereupon place the different from that used that Burgess known as the 'Itch.: The itching was r ?
Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front',
same to the credit of the several counties could scarcely understand him "1111 ve most unbearable; I had tried for -- ..

f of the State for the pur- you a weapon handy" Burgess cast a years to find relief, having tried all WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA |= We give you Pure Drugs at [Moderate s|

pose of constructing hard roads in glance at the sword of tbe crusader remedies I could hear of besides a

i such counties." anti asked' : number of doctors. I wish to state that 5= Prices, put up by a Eegistered
"For what PUI1JOl'le1"Dut -
The report complains rather bitterly one single application of Ballard's .'
the stranger without reply went H Pharmacist.
of the interruption of drainage ope- 1 to the wall where hung the sword and!!, Snow Liniment cured me completelyand r '
rations by the recent injunctions Issued taking It down drew the blade from permanently. Since then I have ---

from the United States Court : the scabbard ran his thumb over the used the liniment on two separate occasions 31
Try our Candy Soda and Ice Cream
This litigation is proceeding with considerable I notches, thrust tlj; steel back and with for ring worm and it cured **- ,

vigor and a large number i both blade and ocabbard started for completely 2Bc, BOc and$1.00.. -- -

of affidavits have been filed tending to the door, handling the heavy weapon Sold by A. O. RIegel.A : A. Q. RIEOEL,
: like
a plaything
disclose the real status and possIbil- i
i Now Burgess had often lifted this f r, OVG == Graduate New York College) of Pharmacy j
the Broward drainage scheme. ] .
ities of -
heirloom and had found considerable beautifully f nlshcd new a-b. p, two- .
One of these by Civil Engineer Christopher II, difficulty In doing so. When be had cycle engine,throttle-shifting spark, dry 7111111111111111:?i l jl''/11j'' 1'jl1jl1J11Jl.' jl.Jl'Jl'j'ljl'jl'jl1. ' I 1'AllU' W

i Mallng, air expert of world- !' bung It up on the wall be had,been base, water Jacketed Price fioo. At

wide fame sets forth the manifest impossibility obliged to call lu a neighbor to assist Potter's, Flatlrou Building West Palm

of securing practical and i him. When he saw the stranger take It Beach. F. C. BELDEN CO

r valuable results therefrom and demonstrating ,, down with one band and carry It like
a rapier he was astonished. Indeed be
the fact that the lowering was so startled by the sudden appear J. E. Hardwlck the well known isDAPPER ft

* of the water level of Lake Okeechobee ance with Its strange armor and features grocer, west of the railroad tracks. is CUpID Florist and Souvenir Deal n nhavo

i four feet, requiring a main canal 150 that for a time he sat not know displaying a fine line of{granite kitchen

r feet wide and fifty miles In length ing what to do. Presently curiosity were Read hIs advertisement else-
loaned the old Ililller Store In the Zapf, Block. and will open up with a tine I littd
with lateral drains, would Ineffectively moved him and be ran out after the where _

"reclaIm' only a small area of the man who had borrowed hIs weapon. And handles the r4'los:11I: smart r fash_. Christmas GOod's. Postal Cards and Souvenir Spoon'
lie was nowhere to be seen. Burgessran CROUP.
vast region now covered or partially ion. It's bit Mipht to board our
down the street and, turning a cor- i Begins with the symptoms of a-com I aa,loon aa they. can get their good, In place. t
covered by water throughout a large delivery wagon along; kNew4 Year'stime ,
I ner, came upon the body of a man of
c part of each year. swarthy countenance lying on his mon cold; there is chilliness\ sneezing to distribute"' our Valuable Presents Given Away Next Week

It is an exceedingly Interesting proposition buck, and standing up from the body sore throat hot akin, quick pulse,
hoarseness Choicest on Earth Groceries Loll and see tb.m
which confronts the board/) like a shaft to mark It, was the sword and impeded respiration.:

Have these officials the right under of Sir Geoffrey Burgess.A Give frequent small doses of Ballard's ,tq those who buy them, Lowney's Candies in Box and 'Bulk

existing laws to use the moneys of/the crowd soon gathered Including the Horehound Syrup (the child will cry Leave an order and. we will have

fund for the drainage of the Ever watch. Burgess who had first come on for it) and-at the first sign of a croupy him rein up at your door in BO hour .

glades, or are they bound by the act the ground told his story of the stranger cough apply frequently Ballaid'a Snow to deliver your purchase ..............'................................. ""j I
taking his sword but he not
was Liniment to the P. B.:: -Prices are a shade lower.,
throat. .
of 1903 (aside from any issue arisingin believed. The watch took him Into !
the litigation referred to) to distrIbute custody, and he was thrown Into prison Mrs. A. Vllet, New Castle Ccrfo,' FABER BROS. J. E. HARDWieK
writes March 19, 1902: "I think Bal-
the moneys on hand and the to await trial for murder. .

proceeds for the construction of hard The case was so plain against him lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful Market and Grocervman Groceries and Produce

roads? And will not the several counties hut his counsel undertook It half remedy and so pleasant to take." WFST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA : Family

''r or some ot them or the State lenrtedly, and ,when a stranger came Sold by A. G. RIegel.B : A. At Living Prices.
tto _
into town who said he was an advocate .
? Good Roads Association be
and offered to defend the accused
take a hand In the pending litigation Burgess gave It Into his hands. The. M. Potter, agent for Mapeg. Ameri- Pleasure Boat "Tattler"For :. Just Opened Up a Large InvoIce of I

to protect their vested interest In advocate called for the body of themurdered cue} Armour's, Wilson & Tooraer's 'I
Paltlers, and Peruvian EXTRA FINE GRANITE WARE
t genuine Imported KITCHEN :
Faire :
such funds under the law?-St. Augustine man to be brought Into guano. Fiat Iron Building. .
Record. court, and when this was done plac- Telatrlmllnleauxhlen cm bout u for hire by I I
ing bis band In the hair which was the week. or month. Cabin iiiltitblu form uleing., Clematis Avenue . Railroad I
Recently ovorrmuleii for mrttciilKn Inquire Just West of
Potter tbe
at Flat Iron
i black and matted, be drew out a paper Buildiug.car- at O. 0. 8trohmr" Grocery .
; Improved Train Service that bad been concealed there. OpenIng n'a' full Hoe fishing tinkle and am .................................................""I
( rcF The Atlantic Coast Line and its It, he showed Arabic characters munition. .

connections are now operating solid "'1"11e man Is a disguised Moslem," said Patronize home industries, Striban'a 0 oKokoKOKOKGKOKOKQKOKC+KOKOKTi1071011Oi1 i10110110i10.011 i
I the advocate "and such has never TJurkhardt has something to say about
through trains from Jacksonville to Steam Laundry Is still
been seen In your town before. An angel gasoline another column that will in. running. o
Atlanta, via 'Waycross Tlfton and Macon had taken the sword of the crusader erect ion era. Read it. Send us your work. tf. H
with through coaches to Nashville and, smitten the Intruder." o' G. G. Strohm Company I

\ and Pullman Buffet Sleeping With this he went away and was Ito
I win!!to Inform every person witbin.oae' ItK
Car to St. Louis and Chicago. never seen In the town again. hundredmile.of Wf t Viilnt. Hunch,that 1i XFAMILY I Ii
Trains leaving Jacksonville via At- Whether It was that those were superstitious i Miur wntshmsclock and I !
owolry to your m'e* | i GROCERIES
times whether : and !
lantic Coast Line, dally at 9.00 p. m. or some one aycgllbup* to Mill you anythingO Tai
seized the sword to dispatch and rob may want In my hn... 1 stn nut a "winter
and arrive Tlfton 1.25: a. m., Macon vlHiUtrV bet tturmununt, rwHiilunt.. n property ttV ttX
an enemy none can at this day tell.
owner in l>ude Ciu and ifectly, re- ttz
4.40 a. m., Atlanta 7.50 a. m., Chattanooga The court were all\ familiar with the apunalbie'for anr \\.Wle: niny hare Fancy Food Products I

h'' 115 p. m., Nashville 6.55 p. m.. lightning stricken statue and at om/e/ {In a need tranmuit of n>wtth'me|.airing. may bu oiilfcy. and"lflol..r-,ljaweliy" | l'
Evansvllle 1.20 a. m., St. Louis 7.08 formed the, idea that the crusader lid| mail orexi,,,...... I will uMhmlne report o

y' a. m., and Chicago 9.30 a. m. shade could not bear the profanation HHtldfaotot emit. by,return you Clan mail order-If the tlie price good l I. not re. Grain and "

Good connections are made at Jacksonville of,an infidel and. going for the sword, turned: without, uhutire. I have. liml &bast Ito Provisions. .
t;y years eviurloneewill'some" of the v
had fcllleJ the Intruder. The advocate
IIOUM>. In New, Turk and: Uultlniura, Itf
: from all Florida points thus << -*l* a
they believed to have been sent from ftiin-m heed Watchmaker' and Opiiclaji' for
J 7 j ''r affording the quickest and most convenient heaven. Be this as It may. Burgess treenteafattrwby I JackiioiiTiUe.: :: f JEFFERSON. BLOCKI
1'10.-| fnct I
a' tt miirht to iiulllelpiit' aMtur
service from this territory tot who recovered hIs sword, always de. ano* that I iiit.!mntnn.
the 'Went clnreil that after the murder of the I uuarsntee.nnafncunnin I every OHM,. *o West :Palm Beach Florida, JM

r For further Information see Ticket Turk he discovered another notch on E. A. WALKER, EXPFRT WATCHMAKER ANI$ bPTICIAN o ,
9 Agent or "Consult the Purple Folder." the blade} ALMA SWARTZ.o '
iti .Icffer jon Blv Vest Palm, Be rh' Yo>t Oi101t0I1Oi10101Od107ao110i10>1 CNOfIlOlt011, Oda,O OMOMQ Ovc."" Ir'

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Cfyurcijcs.{ Improved Train ServiceThe
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A Diamond Transaction Baptist. connections Atlantic are Coast now opera.tlngsolid Line and Its

J through trains from Jacksonville to

l ldllalael.i f! ] Prc iic lu up. .it it a ut and 7-30 p. m Atlanta via Warcross, Tlfton. and Macon ,

of'genthawJfi,) were sitting !Sabbath school at 10 a m.. Children's!! with
A number through coaches to Nash- 1
fashionable- club lu Paris talking! Band' nu.-is. at 3 p. m.aod Young Peo.pie's vlllo-, and Pullman Buffet 5 '
In II i SleepingCars laW'IS
?, ,"r! the. l'I\'ohlt\o\ \ uiH'y movement In Soriciv, meets, at 7 p. m., every to St. Lduls and Chicago .5eaSOIable] SprinNext r) ]

linihi.i.; .' Count Maximilian do itiau- Sunday Trains leaving Jacksonville via Atlantic -
,?,",iiri, oxpre.ll'rho! wish lmr, the Prayer s I' ice every Wednesday evening
would not end ttil at Const Line, dally at 9.00 p. m..
muvttineut evertsbenucrut 7.
the empire bud been and arrive Tlfton 1.25 a,, m., Macon ,
Rev. S S. GibBon "
parlor t'
.,\\ .-pt awo)'. -- 4.40 a. m., Atlanta 7.50 a. m, Chat- ttI.
"Wiry, count," Bitld one oftho, party, Methodist tanooga 1.15 p. m., Nashville 0.55) p. m., "

"',, ii, you wish our ''allies such tulsfor- Episcopal. i I Bvansvnie 1.25 a. m., St Louis 7.08a. i

inni'V It 1 Is not many years ago that Services Sunday at II a, m? and 7:15p. m., and Chicago 9.30 a, m.

I'I I'I the viu,' "-were llr'lI suit.baud" in glove with one ot .. m.Brandon$nbb'tl, """i'perlnteDdenEpworlb school! at 9:45: a, m.GeoL. I I Good connections from all Florida'are made points at Jacksonville thus- M fliile!] They Last 40-incIi Me! Lads

v mi'i>HI don't count know smiled the a Incident> peculiar( of smile.that Strohm League! !!, president.service at 3 p. n.., Mrs. G G. affording the quickest and moat convenient ,

intimacy," be said, *'uor dogs any 'ouoale Prayer meeting service from this territory to
every Wednesday evening
,-. 1 have''' kept them locked up, fearing 1117:13: the West 15 cents and 20 cents
to give tlieiii ou accouut' of thuuru For further information see Tlc'ltet m
Rev. Henry Hice, pantor.Congregational. .
,; standing oCXhe. parties concerned< Agent, or "Consult the Purple Folder" ,
Sluce they are, not BO powerful as they I

\\'re', I don't mind It I let you lain "" .
PIERCE BICYCLES at Cllmnllnlotl
Hit secret" Services will be held Sunday at It a. t ,

in, Every!: man drew closer, eager. with. m. and 7:30: p. U1. Sunday school at 10 Clematis ave1_,, opposite !hunk. if We have some neat The better quality A better Lawn than,
I I; curluHity.'Just a. m. Y P. S C E. at 6:30: p, m. I I

before the cwir's visit" to I'urlJ Prayer: meeting every Wednesday eveninK Everything In the printing line at and desirable patterns of Lawns that we the above that is .all. 4'';
when the treaty was signed, the count 11\ 7:15.: I I The Tropical Sun\, and all work executed

outluuud, "I bud a chance to buy ulargo Rev. F. W. Weattierwax. pastor. in the very neatest and latest in Cheap Lawns have just received you could wish for
71 dlamoud from l south Africa for
style of the art.
much less than It was worth. Whether liethesda-bythe-Sea, Episcopal something at a barcannot be equalled the price, conies: : in '.

the man who offered it to the cuaio by all the new designs
Side. Hav* bikes repaired at
n honestly 1 don't know to this Uuy.Hi Bast your Cumminps gain. A good strong for the ,t
claimed.that be wan in great straits: Service every Sunday at it a. D''. Holy Clematis a..e", opposite bank All work price. and the popular ,, ,'

for ready ;inawey., 1 mortgaged! my estates !:- I Communion first Sunday of each tnonth. ',i guaranteed. 9.13-tf Lawn for 5 and 6 cts Only 10 cents ones, too, at 12 l-2c
that bad been in the family for Steamboat "Palm Bench" leaves $ : f

centuries to buy It and made the dealt Hotel Royal! Poinclana dock at 10:30: Bicycle headquarters. All kinds of
Boon after 1 bought the stone along calling at Palm Bench Hotel, returningimmediately wheels and cvc'e' sifpplies at IIulTstettUrs "" "" "' ''''' ''''''''' ''''''''''''' ''' '% '''''' 1'I '

came the czar. It occurred to me that after the service. j3lC $ I lyi! ''r wk
I might sell my dlnmoiid to his majeap I I
In tilts club I met, among othersof Si. D lay school and Bible Class at 3 P. I NOIOE ,l h! i

his stilt, Prince Dalgourkl. HQ wu M. In County Judge's Court Probate I Jtirlsd 1

: A bloated aristocrat who had lived like I J. N. Mulf irrt, Rector. let on, Dade County State 01' Florida it

the rest of the Russian royalties by Charles Temple! Vicar. ,: In the 'Matter of the Estate of Patience H BRANNINGI
I I>llInl'<'.1'. It did not take me long to ----- I II f i p Ward, Deceased
Interest him In my diamond matter- Holy Trinliy. Episcopal. i iI ,
I Notice Is hereby given that on the
Indeed, he grasped It ut ouce with
1/ Early celebration of Holy Communion\ second day of July. D. 190C, I shall '
/ great avidity. I took the gem to his
1I I : rooms for his !inspection. lie told ma I every Sunday at 7 o'clock, and on first present. my accounts for final settle LHDIES' OUZFIZCERSWEST ; :|

that he would speak to the czar about Sunday In month at II o'clock.I I I I: ment and apply for my discharge a-j I ,

i iI It althe( next day sent me a note to Services every Sunday at n a. m, and executrix: of the Estate and of the Last PALM BEACH FLB

bring the diamond to his rooms again, 7:30: p. an.Jupiter. I I Will and Testament 8f. Patience' P. :$

when a lapidary appointed by his majesty St. Martin's Church, 9:30a.m.and : Ward, deceased, to the County Judge, ,

I would Inspect It. at the school house In West Jupiter at \Miami Bade County, Florda. "
"The wda there when I arrived .t
lapidary < "
second Sunday in each
3 p. m ou the 1I 1 VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT,
and, taking out his glusujs, commenced I' "% %
mouth Executrix of the Last Will and Testament v
to examine the stone Instead I _________
Delray, St. Paul's Church, evening H
', of being one of the principal diamond I ot Patience P. Ward, deceased. .
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merchants of Paris be was rather a prayer and sermon every Friday night II. PIERRE BRANNINd, ''

disreputable'person.! I kept my eye on I at 7 o'clock i' Attorney for Executrix. If you want anytl.ing\ in the sporting Broadweil I & IVIdoreDruggists

the atone, not, losing sight of it for a Priest lu charge, Dwight Cameron. gods line, call and see our assortment ,,tl r ,
moment, till I heard a crash directly
YOL lON'iP.tl I) B. ,M' Potter! Flat Iron Building.
behind me; when I instinctively tui'n-; Chrlslan Science I I
ed. A cabinet containing brlc-a-brnc Cure Cnldsi Prevent! Pneumonia! 1

had' fallen forward. I turned again to First Church of Christ, Scientist, West ___ ______ _____ '' I '
-_ -- on -- -- -- --- -- ----------- Jefferson Block. WEST PALM 1H2ACI1Huyler's
the diamond, I did'not see It, but 'did Palm Beach, Fla up stairs in Masonic ,VV
si-ethe la'pidnty'stendlhg; a revolver In I Tempi'west of Bank, on Clematis l ave- I West: 3v>aZm ffiaaoh"T" Wintsr .JiQtsZs ,
__ __. ___ _
i door services} Sun- n' n' Candies .
oach hand with hls'bnck'to'f'io "''<> Sunday at nxoa: : m.; f
,1 ."Excellencies,' ho said; 'I, "'>w me .1..c11001 at loan: a.m; testimonial or *! I'icauanll.y' the I Like front, 't

7 at your peril. lie Covered u> v\ ,Ui his atoerience: mer''alga' ev ry Wednesday': | | | 6 Hollan d fooQioiiuOiuii flue. \"I"w of Lake Biltmore, 'Cream

weapons) balking.-lat., tli-, hn:! where Worth and the Ro.vnl I'oincianaWest
III. _
"I 7:36: p I Tate Springs ,Mineral Water'
3 he was out'of' elgbt!i! 1 m has Palm Bench --
A Christian! re- ling room
to fallow hold ----
bnt'We'prIcCe( itie\ say
hteo opentil in the sametmilding, where Every t-onveuiuuue uud comfort nt
ing 'Your life It Id worth :
; m'Blent/ : ur"Mall l orders promptly filled.
a ae an.4 more to you than'if'rulue'. &1'dlll1uonl19.: 1 all Christian Scie' ce literature wIll be L.D. Lockwood, Proprietor moderate prices.
""Aliuosf from' tbe" irst; 1 detected in kept for sale and' for'the, use ot visitors. ,
the Lake '
aa the robbery a plan to transfer the diamond Open daily'' ex'pt Sunday: from 3 to 3 in LiakeVietttFronting 7toieoLo7eo9ao5ro7aore9ae7totinyn9eO7aoteolao7soisotsoilo7>> oito9aoilolao7eor

from my patmesslon to that of the afternoon. : Royal Poinciana O r ,
a ooltostotRoKosloko.tokostoRostostaRoRoRORuRO.toseuatoleoRO OROpO ,
Prince Dulgourki. Had it not been, All are cordially Invited to attend these and WhitehallOlive I tt t I It
for him the services, and visit the l reading room. 0" "
necessary to overturn : street bewe.he. nrlilga, and' Catholic Church Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold Ito 00 tr''.
cabinet to attract my attention from --- -- 0.. ao net
the diamond I might have been de- An Outing on Lake Worth, Baths fi per day, special rates by week.:", MRS. J. C. LAUTHER.1 Prop. I 0 Ito* I >a.O .4 ,'
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ceived. As It was 'i was confident Now is your opportunity, to visit pointsof NOW OPENA %o f l dl },
that the prince either lmd or would interest.along Lake. Worth. Take a I Li :c

have my dlamoud. trio to Munyou's Island Riviera, the; The E.tzrxi a n' Winter Resort that x 5 I am) After : ao ,+,,

"I kept track of diamonds: uttered for' famous Sea Gardens the>Inlet, or else- will Please you. 0" ,F i} al 7,

sale in Paris till nftcr tho czar's de I where. Special low rates until February Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements.WM. It'o 0" p, "'oo.0

parture. The stolen gem did not ap I.HI, on the launch Rosalind A. D. Merchant -_ D, VAN'T WOUD Box 117: ., West Palm Beach, Fla. '
J JJ pear. I resolved to recover It or die In -
I -- tie- --- ---- t
an attempt. Instead. of putting the master. A Select Boarding-House of Ii Trade U l ,
I IIItr pollee of Paris ta work on the case I I HEALTH. ii\ I 9arQr orra High I Order Y F Furpir'e} 1 ., ;t

went myself to St. Petersburg. PIsgulslng 'l) Q Located on Olive St., near er i *
day's the Lake Front 11
myself as a diamond merchant,1 Means the ability: to do a good 0' Ao
I went about the gem stores of the work, without undue fatigue and to Elccitrto LlichU. hot and ool l batlin, and other iiiudorn onTnl..'nam. Table service 011 ". .
capital looking for an extra large diamond I find life worth living. You cannot the bent. nate..8 to .10.. week. C..rr...p..iul nn. ...ll<,iltert.MR Ilo 011 Jr.00
FKANK DAH1.INO, Proprletr
suitable .for royalty. It-was have indigestion or constipation It'o. Ito
I not long before I got on the truck of without Its upsetting the liver and Corner Datura nad Iron Bed and.Spring, .
a stone which answered the description The Olive Streets II o. ,
I polluting the blood. Such a condition, Ito Ila '
of the one I had lost Furnished Rooms or with oxro
be best and quickest relieved br ?
"So only.
unblushing was Dalgourkl sure '
oooj2k of his position, that he was attendingto Herblne, the best liver regulator that Hot and' cold: bath, toilet, electric: lights and all modern cnnvenlences.: Located ALL MOSS MATTRESS. ro

time.sale of the gem himself. A diamond the world has ever known. near Lake Worth. Quiet, pleasant piuce. For particulars: addres. ow.. 0 III
broker W. Smith writes April 3, THE: NORTHERNNorthern Only $.875
the IX
told, mer that owner Jlrs. '
S3- . . .
would not let It out of his sight, and 1902: "I use Herblne, and find It the OPEN NOVEMBER 10 ." "." Ito.
It I cared to see it I must go to bill for constipation and d- Yea Ifo a ,
best medicine 'h'P.I 1 1 Large, New p:5tory;;;; :: Addition \
house. m .1 1 '
I went to a palace and found regulating the liver I ever used."" 600. a. S Now Being Built. ;

Ualgourkl. My disguise was complete Sold by A. a. Rlegel. o Nice 30x 8O Rugs xo'I l

k and he did not recognize me. I told him' A large homa like hotel well-appnlnted and beautifully located, giving' the mforKi with'l ow 0'" 'f
that I wall but an agent. aud if he out the coot ot the. more extvnxlve nn.... flr.unt on Luke Worth opposite tUft Royal K'o Only $1.40SingerSewing Ito t
SaleA I'ulnulanu I Hotel. Whitev.ltrpt.HC aiactrle'hella I good fliihlnK, hunting and boating 0'" I
would give me a- price I would tele- For Uatect : sa.aO and: ss par day,sprats. ) rates: by. the. wt-ok.. TUB PALMS, Went Palm (J ch.Seagle 2-5 Ite ",
graph my royal master and get.an Immediate 011 q". !
rear Brosius spring motor sewing ma J1
$75 NOW
Ilo .... .. Ii 0 4,S.
I reply. He gave me figures cost was t75 will sell
Original ;
chine. 1
CO per cent above what the article was I House khan S3 > [ .
worth, and I'retired. for $25. BMPolterFlat_ Iron Building. No. i Ito i M' ..,chfnas. Yo ox s ,, '

"I made several visits to bIB home o* '
and took note of the room In which bealways'ccelved A Tragic Finish. j "A HOME ,AWAY FROn HOME" 5S'1Vo! i For-Sale or"Rent'. ., ro 0 ; i,
: me Including access A watchman's neglect permitted a leak Centrally) located and near Lake Wprth. Cool! airy rooms bent table service > Kn 4t

1 I and egress. At last 1 accepted his In the great North Sea dyke, which a Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month 3' 0r,I !li
1t 1I t terms and made an appointment to child's finger could have stopped, to become .- I __F. V. SBAQL !(, Proprietor of ? '

I take the /stone and pay' In accepted a ruinous of break.devastating Holland. In like an manner entire I. l NOW OPEN I 0 !0o V,
province J' il
/ drafts on 'my 'sov relgn. The 'sover- Kenneth Mciver,of Vanceboro, Me) 8"V'o _
/ sign desiring that lie should not beknown' permitted a little cold to R unnoticed Bxriggs Cottaqe A.Select :
In the transaction, we were to until a tragic finish was only averted' by Winter Home S3
/ be alone. He writes : Avenue Opposite ii
Dr. King's New Discovery. ,,
III, t "The diamond;was on'a table before "Three doctors gave me np to die of Hot and Cold Baths Wholesome Worne Cooking, No consumptive Taken S3 ;r o0

us. I took out m 'waUet and, 'picking lung Inflammation caused by a neglected Evernla Street, Near,Lake Worth West Palm Beach, Florida 3 oo N
IoMi out a black substance! the'size r'a' cold ; but Dr. King's New Discovery MRS ,H. E. BPIQQ3, Proprietress' of t _
Pea, threw It Into'an open' 'grate. It saved my life" Guaranteed best cough o_ ooos
at all druggists. SOC ai.
and cold: cure, .
exploded In the capital NlhllteU' and the were prince everywhere turned | oo. Trial bottle free.. :: itotro7t71oU0SrtS ollolao71o7to71oteo OttotC OO/tosfAatolto140atoltOStoKOltoet3

white as 4 sheet lie; found voice Iron I ThevirginCentrally : llt: ECe !1FIR'.T. ORORO OROROROROROROROROROR.V.V"V.V.V/V.Y' r '.' .w.u..r i
Potter' Flqt
enough Leave orders at .
to ask, what I was doing. I _

g threw In another, which also exploded. Building; for Battle asollne JaOtl and Located Hot and Cold Baths Electric ,Lights Throughout 1 'W: FB'NT $1'1tre@
Then :
turuldsc! tothe prince I drew kerosene delivery v .
I from Larf, Cool Rooms; ,.nd- I.lne the very bmt. Bates 12.0(5 Per Day. HpuclBl Rat-a by. "
my pocket a powder canister and and (ruin train. e r,-
the week or raoutb. CarrlaKelruc; in Connection with house tn ," '
laid" : Only 8a Years Old. ,MRS. A. L. HAUGH, Proprietress.The :""n "'Undertaker s 'and: _
'I am but 1
not here to buy diamonds,
and don't ex. I
to 1 am only 8a years old. NOW OPEN'
carry out the .orders of my chief when I get to- be real pfd to _
we die together: feel pact that even way as long as t can Ket Electrie Ve\ tone Datur..Stre t, near 'I3un...'i'rr.m .. m balrriers

"I threw the canister Into the' lire Bntejs"; i"y' Mrs. E. H, Bnjnwjp.of Jj Center of Town:' : 1. -r--:;.... I _

1'he prince darted from the room"and Dabllt.Ga. Surely there's makes Gruber Block; Narcissus Street, ,WEST, ,BEAcPS",.$,LA. t tCflYMEAT
could not soon have stopped running, else keens time old as young and An Ideal" Family Hotel.) Good,home, cooking and well-T! ntiIatad sleeping rooma. "
for I deliberately made my exit with the weak as. strong .. this Rrand tonic Hot ana Cold Baths and modren Improvements Ratea $:J joo per day special rates
the diamond by nuother.way and-well, medicine. Dyspepsia& torpid constipation liver".|Ifi. by the week. MRS. BEN J.-COOK,. Prop; .. Palm Beacr),Florida : MART- _

I dldn'I: stop till I reached Parts." I flamed unknown kidneys after or chronic taking Electric Bitters r m NON OPEN ,

"The'explo' lonr. exclaimed one ,of Ire, time. Guaranteed by PRASTER .'
reasonable mZI A.' : Proprietor.Florda'rad
a the a Clematis Ave :Ti. ? .
listeners. t1S '
"Didn't the canister explode
all druggists. Price 500 S Q..9iraBs block
?"' pD'8WI"tt' .wq Two+* of R-R- Western .lleats, .k'OUltry OantC'\ and ISgg's./ 1 1it'
j "I at / mee it contained nothing! explosive.."" "SWI.o. : Sal, lt.;; Large atry rooms ,Bath and, otbet'eoai nlen;e*.'' Table,, a* good as, the best..1, .. 5,4 ,IMt9!] Arden ..Receive Carel l,AtFentioi, !,,,. ,,.. ."w"
I Rate $5 a week to borne people transient' rate Si'per day.
; 1. PALM BEAC$ ,
"TOM: : OATLORD. ,For PUS'i Burns,Boron{ 'West.Palm Beach: FU. ,MRS.. C. P.. CROSBYtl' Jefferiton :Bloch 1 WEST zi

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.. ..', ... ,.' No> Secret About It. ..f PROFESSIONAL'' CARDS '
Arrival Imd"Departure -. .-- o" -' -- G\ o. S. if 'ck r' & SonMANUFACTURERS Floridtt' East Coast ."R ail
It (Is no secret, that for Cuts, Burnt. way.
of Trains Ulcers Fever Sore Sore Eyes, Boili. LAW.C. .

.. etc, nothing Salve.is so"It effective didn't as take Backlen'sArnica long to (J. OmLLINOVVOKTllATTORNED Local Time Card No. M. Iri Effect January 9, ijjj.

.. ""* cure a Lad sore I had and It ia all p.
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. v ror sore eyes." ", rltel; D. L Gregory,1'1 AND .COilfJSfLf.OH SOUTH-BOUND-REAP DOWN_ NOBTH-BOUIIO-REa.0. Up.C'OKX .

"I,1, u f d i>JiJ.l M;, $f lamt .and j r! Nassau"Special f \Hope' Tex} 4254. ytay drug Ii Q.rJs| f JL I, My \ .- .. -
r .. ;Vest Palinitleaclu.. Jc'JH.ptSO. ; No. "9 No. 113 8TATIONIJ to.:..?" ...!"" 'I'" No. 118 N... osD..IIr
w011 ll leave Jacksonville at 8 a,' \, .. ; Vatlr; D.Uy VallT ;r .a ; DaUr; v...,

"...vI., reach West Palm Beach at 5:05: p. nv,- Fine line ol latest style vls'tlng! O. CUICKIIi ....... -8- -.-; p 8iiQ'; Lr.Jac..oovlll..Ar. T8 j; m oi t

'and after the lake to the Ea.tr. cards and latest In letters at Tti 28 I' 9 211 ......".... .. ......1:10.: JoCIUOIIVIll..Lv.. 7 I\l\ P "........" T B8 '
( crossUK ..... ....... 82U 640
and CounaelioratLaivWBST ., 1I..AUKuHlloa P 880 .
Attorney P
Tropical Sun. Call and sea sample. ."e "p II 4U P 10 U6 006 .. : .... .. .......... 740
Side hotels will leave the station here al'parlor 8 ID P II 11 ............ ......"" .H..tlal"' "" P 11.2 .
P\LM BEACH. FLORIDA"F."i7uAw J.O")!: 1.1111..1.. ..!! > to
1124. )
/5:40: D o eacbID; Uiarpi at;;25 p..JU, If' ,- .... 41" II' ,,," I' ,. ,. ... ..' '' I rVr' :O"I: "p T 81 P" H tli6 80 .10. 10 At.'.......... I ahllt ":.......... II 00-P lf1i: Ii r !.. 8 -,
i : a i jj 1l
'rblliraru ..1JI'be..Comp ll enlfe ot One Minute Cough Cure 963 u ,to > II 08 Lv...... I'a..t! .tr II 1163. ..lOG
.' far tl. .... 1'- i intr: ......... Ar........... Sail M..t. 7.......... ; I 011 p 'p ::::-: -
cam, for which extra seat For Coughs* Colds and Croup Attorney and Counsellor-At-LAW : .6'jij"p( I 8011 "806 Lv ..........1:1011: !tI"oo..Ar, .2.J'! ..!.!>!I-P 800 800

'will be charged.ckiiioyllle: ... .. ........ 'Tis OIIJ iT'oo""ji :::::::::::: Lv.............. NOIINa ..............q4 g P ...."...... "i4& '. ---!
.. j vv\ ((OiUcAjavef nrtnk.t > .. i i'i'I ............ I',12 10 ............ .....,......... uoll..1............... I'' .......... 080 \
182 JI ..
L"f"l J .nd p'r[ s ?Fo I\!\\ ---------T?""" "" TT --t' :I ALM: ''PEACH, FtA! OF ............ 740 18 I' ............ ........ .....pllp""............... .. -420)1 ......... 422 .
j.I. j. : I' ....... JloteL....... ............ 88 ...
', \ .tl ; m..} \ ............ 8 24 ............ Il 02. .t .Ormolld .. II. .
> ; rrrt' ............ !
.. 4 02 "III
11WILSON' 12 66 IL 12 ,....... .. Ormouc1 .. I'' I'' B 110 28
WesPJ.I 'Beach i at 7S6-P.: lIt. R lUrl1 : MEDICAL AND 1 \1 89 8 S4 P 1 011 I' Il 20.. ............Dato..a ............ B 6\1\ -4 18 I' It 87 .. .0U .
"lag from the East Side this train will :_- ::! + Doors, PftSp. 60 I'' 887 8 46 I'p 1111 I'l' ........... .. ......".l'ortOrau".......... .. 8 Up............ B JIb .
( : or'" ii. 110(1).1'1. () '2 :! Ar ........No'" f:01myrlJ..J': JJ'l.J'! 8_ _J> 8 02 4 t4 .
leave West Palm Beach at 8:31: p. m, and t' Nf,1I1'ACTUIUJn., I io 1u .. 4 44 4 41 ]I Ar......... Iuka 11,1.... .........1..v.. 12 411 ]> 1246 I'' & I'' '8i- i, P
\ 4 !CI'h! .!,20 I'.JU!! ]' ..OrnnRe ell)' J UII'IIOII. J III p. 40 1> .!
'.* Southbound No. Palm Beach: and ovor Potter's bicycle more, W.HT, .AND- 4rl' br Lv..Now ijmyrna".Lv 8 12 pT4 p :l V.; &
3$ rr80 980 I u ..
"I 1'ALM BEACH. IttwIclcincH near Roypl o 116 I'P 1118 p ............ ............ oak ..........., .. \\I 44 P ............ :I III .
;aMiami : \villleaveJacksonvll| < ...........
I&xpreBa/ ( Ar..flL".vllle. \\I bY .1.U
:ii _JI & 8 sl
.1...at 4:1oS.: I .; rrfve at"'W sl1"'i.lit'I"' Ba ''b iS 'AGoods \*: Kind"lf"t r..t: fL'JI'! ; "' ..HOa 11IJ CH. 12-1 BuildingMaterial, 10 lIo-86 P. ........ ... .!.3.L1'.......... .............. '... ............. U2 .. ...... -0"jfjj

Returning from the Easl Neatly Done ) U. Pt>TTlJK. M.. It. ZPI ............ n 20 .U 20' ............ .............. : = .. .. .''U'O' 01 Y'IO .
4. 4:10: a. m. I CHARLESTON S. C. : i2i i ..... .....',' ............ li 08 I'68' \ I'' 148 1188
*bid Uhihi iraiQ-; \"will! !|eave West! Paint '/ 1'd t ,I'J : i .1 M j \ VS' 1zai08.. .: ...... U 17 j) lnSji 8 21 l' ...... .... .. .............. (:OCOI1 ..............Lv. I 87 p ............ I au .
'\ aau W AIM ii..!n ACM )> | AJrr .. South. :-.:.... Ujj I''' 820 ." ......"...... ...........Roc..lodll.. .."........ ., 1 84 P ............ 1.11\6:. \ 0....
"Beacli stationi at f a.. m., r,achin! Ml. .o Largest Factory : :. ..I'.. .. ....Jlockloelg" 1Iowl..._ 12+" P fA J6 P ......... ....::::*
.. 121
.Bnckskn ;. .. 886 l' ;
Indian -'TaPJlcd : P .
')aml : a. m. No. will'carry \bu'fTejI > .. DI.NrAlJ ; ............ 1200 ot 4 14 ]I ............ .. ...........EIIII ..lIIe.......... 12'_1 P .......... 12 2\1\ .. ..
7:30 35 Send tnr Prices. _......... III 1\1\ 4 21 I' ......... .. .. ...........MclhollrD............ :: 1\1\ 811 J) ............ 1\1\ 12 :... :
8Ieeper I and day coactjas.s > j n J ,, !. mr.J.N.NEk.N ............ 1\1\ 6 469 l' ........... .. ........... fI"bIlHU." -......., .. 11 60 ............ II 27 p. ,..
j t PJr fr..1t"H I .. .... ....... .......... .
'and.Horsehidff'ShoesI ............ I 46 8... I' ............ .. .,_.......IIt. Lucie. 11 01 10 86 P
N> t39hlII! } "Iff'e! .sl dr wfJl 20I\ 00 8 00 8 86 P ..._.Fort J.'lotOS ......... ". 10 ..I ,U P 10 au p 12 IIf
:, : erer /? AP. I' ... .. .... ... ........... .j 10 l2 ............ 14 1\7\ a
?r? f l l'w..M.N I [ ..........., jj 211 62Q I' ....... 'l'lbbllll. P
...,rooUi ear and (day coachen leaves! jllckI t IIL''I'\ | 'J I d t I I M .- > I NOTICE.'J" ....... ... \III! 024. I' ........... .. .........p..KoIeu ............... ., IU 18 ...1....;... OS PI .........::;
.............. ............. 10 IS ..... ..... ....
IIntUlIe.tI:2Chml.'lanivlaglai'West t < FOR TENDER FEET OEHTIS1S ............ \ BIt 829 P ......... .. .on..o : 11'11 I' ...
''' : .... .... 2 48 8 S8 P ............. .. .............. IItu..rc. .............. '.. .10 "" ............ 67 p......"*
PalmBeacb, f ,6 07 a.. tuir !and p/terju! Olive St. Nort'b' '.New' J Jeiersbn1 Bio : 1"( "Office In Jefferson BlockWHSf \ .. tnntsth ."........... a 14 7 O. I' ............ ............. 1I0be Sm'"d ........... 010' .........., .. Ob p. ....:**
i- "East Side leave Wes '*' Not loo la lieraby gl\vn tliatl slinll.on ............ 88S T 21 .:.......... .........We.1 Jupller....,.... .. U II "I...... .... J> .........
return from the ): PALM BKACHtlS ; P..ORIDA day of Janiinfy, A. 1). lllofl apiily, to HID Hon. A, 607 .. 107M P II 0& pAr..." We', I'alm lioae".'" II 6" .,It) 811 '" IS P II 00 j;
'; c' ........ Jioacl1 .........L. ,,11 Q 10 .. oa
.Palul'Beach at 6:17 ."sh.l" tt tMnl i it. 'K K.llolaur t'ounly JuilBO of Dmlo CO""I.yI'Ic..I. 6 17 80 821 I'' II I/O I'' Iv... l'al1l1 p 10110 P
.. .
J. LIUUY We.t 1'.1111 JI..11 .At 16 .1000 188 10II
D 40
%Miami 8:30: a. m. ilju for A Ur.nl dl""ll/p'W'" ntt adininUtrAUir 'S&liU; JCIJ OtiDi.AgelJt.JiPerrine of John Henry Koth,(IpccilMHl.Untecl ........... 68S II os P ..........., ............., JJ"lr"y.............. 81// ..._...... '1011 P .........
'\" l ORTit'BOUND mAINst1. .8'J, J'UenUH; jOlllcv .. thin l tll' of A.; 1>. imin.JOIIJ I. .__... 8118 1800 I' ............ .. .....,F..n La..derdale...... II U ...,......... e IJII p...... ..:.
(Iny July .. "
Flint door ....csL( of liu.to County .Stulti .......... II 42 10 OD P ............ .............. l'.nl.. .............. 8 42 ............ .. 00 p ..........
'. :<* S.' WUKPFIEU.AJmhilBtiiitorof .. ........ 8 4 IU 20 ............ .. ...........n..llalld"I..ft.j. 6 80 ....._.._ I <8 P...._..
Train No. 78 local mail and express, Grant Land 'Company Ihmk. 7? yio Evtnleof ,J"lIl1l1ollry Uoth1ClIB".d. ............ 7 20 .10 <6 P I'' ............ .. ......... Lemo.. Clt)' ......... ...... 8 08 ............ 6/1:/ P .........:

*>with buffet cars and day coaches leave KI2A 1. ESTATE.C 1' WKST pA.r.IIE.CII.! FLOltDJ\\! < 1 _880.180........ 800 .al0M.........p.. ..726p.......... Ar..MI..ml..r.Lv ...........Mlaml.Ar. .800.816...-.... .............. 1100 110'1'" .B20...P.
":v Miami at 6 a. m., arrives at West Palm ............ 10 I/O ............ ............ A r f ...... Uomesteael ......: 1,. .......... ............ 12 M p. ......"..
..Beach at 8:15: a tI'..and -afterr-it return "(- CUTLER., Jr :l D '
"7 from the East Sldo leaves this city,a| 8:50: J N" : t.l

...a. m. reacbiofc Jacksonville at 7:3: (}p. 'III.' ." -" .. -- --.--. KILL.Vlla COUGHAND I >KN8EI> SCHEMU1.I3 BKTWK1CN JACKSONVILtR AMU, ST. AUOUSTINE
Northbound Nof:"i4, Miami and Naasai

.%Special, composed exclusively of buffet cGINLEY CURE: THS LUNGS

parror ah""wlTTeafeJltl1Ihnt" | at(8:15 a!

,m-.lifri'tf' *! at Wat' alm' Beaetf ro'a. mj 1 !.A WITH Dr. King s (

Alter' going!: to East Side' stations this Funeral Director

-."train will leave West Palm Beach at New Discovery

-10:25: a. in., reaching Jacksonville at
I. )fake .are a)'1I.ld or qmotll, .lIet

.. :.o.No.S.! with buffet sleeper, drawing; -nod- :'-: 7.: :lbe v'u: r, _I r. \ FOR I CONSUMPTION' G9(Prlc&' $1.00 Trains tinmpound excliultrely of Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra acat faro will beoharswl.t .
bllt bave
I ntRr t. .. ) Improv. Free Trial. Day coaches oporatad on llieso trains on which no extra or leat tare l>charged.
l" roitm.cara. and a1.coachen! lrayes,Miami '" J .... Einb .lnier: .r.J' ,i1m.)"1<.eVer..n...10... K..Rble We_are I....uportll. ."'". .. .
at 8.2o: p. m., arrives" West Palm UH.O........" Annual."""ulllIIlI.. )' lIIu.. Surest and auicJicat Cure for all No..3 No. 111 No. 19 ]\10..1.V"IIr No.' 18 No. 80 No. 8aMno. !
''''''''I. fr. 10..1I.Ipllcan. ; Braoeb MUD.
Beach 10:25 P> "'., goes to the East Side D. r.I. FERRY. CO.. Dolroll. Mich. THROAT and lAIMGt TROUBUBS Hlln.. D a II ]0;". M.ypor' D n;r. 1)a II Y
Both licensed the State or MONEY :DAOIt.: Oolr.; Onl, S..... Oolr;
by \tpemlmlinas
and leaves here for Jackspnville at 10:55: ... "' 2 UU I'' 10 lU 'j; 8 III Lv..J..k.oll..llIe. ....._.At ff1i: i T "j; ==
rti.'Vj:i rendiltigf tb* J latter place'tat 8ujow ;& .. 11 of' /', ,..r'Jjl.:1: 240 P 10 60 II 40 ]I II 114 a Ar..l'ablo Jjol1ob.._. ". 8 iQ a 11 60 4 60 I'' ......_
p. .f' H "k U Ml If* l.. tHJ.'i" W ; a.pppI'eJ!: : ,h! 1/.11 I'' 10 66 II 48 I' 8 119 a ... ....t1...tlo iloacb....... S 411 .111 46 4 48 p. ._
a. m. S 00 P 1110 '1 00 I'' 9 ID to ............ M.yport............L. a 80 .. 80 4 80 I'' ."......_
Northbound No. 28, Palm Beach and Lndy i taat.GEO. .
Miami Express, composed of coaches: l

sad buffet\ sleeper, ,nd. niakea allj stoP! Southern nU1ay Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamship ol the .P. ft 0. S. S.. Company for
Will feave Miami nl fio p. m., reach' HASLEHURST'' & SON Havana Key West and Nassau.

West Palm Beach at 7:38 p. m. After ,
Two Trains Daily to Washington and New York.
'Builders' Three Each Week.
going to the East Side thin train will Contractors and Sailings ,

leave West Palm Beach ,station. at 8:13: SV1l1Wuu: .;F.t'fln: : NUVEMII R 211, I on Trains discharge' passengers at ship's tide. No transfer*.
1 ''p.'tn' feachfng'jackroiivllltf faa: a. m. P.;O. BOX 304 .. .
Tbma Tlma Tablea ahov the times at wblob trains may ton expmtad to arrtTO (and dapart
+,\ j o.qo T"0.1..I11 ,:. r .1 .rO.1 So. : 'orth.1I Jo. W""t. from thaaeroral stations, but their arrival ordeparturaat tha Umee stated Is not gnaranwed
NOTICE* TO *0REiDITOR3> h'' I_' ii H : '. i) i ... ..- .' nor Is this Coiupany' to be responsible(or any dalaya or any; oonaeqoenaea aiialng therefrom.. .
o 05 Ar 71r.7.45 I... Jnck lIr.\ ; n RtMlil. '
In Court of County Judge State of :FOR SALE .. ORIO.OI'I..V Jt""UP A" I 811'',. IOr.I'I030.r.V 1'. lIol lnc"
Florida Dade County. I ". IS" Lv'' "" """ Ar 401' 41 1" 3 non AI' : ... II" Ry I,,, t 411n I Ol' "
6 ft p 6 noa Ar Columbia I,,, 4 (hI I' 6 HOn 5 2O. Ar ,AtlaotalIo II)' Iv) 16" 10 HilI' SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
In the matter of the estate of Prince one ..o'f the most beautifully 10:10: 95511 Ar ''Charlotte I.v 1101' I H.p 10 Hr.. 7300 Ar KOII.e. o R!, '1... II M... 6':WI'
1 III" .. 5'1 Ar On'eMbor.. Lv 71111" II IkI II H""" 8 jj"a Ar D.lto... 80 R}! I... 74.;,. 1'1''iln J. D. RAHNER.! Asst. Qcn'l Pass. Afft.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
J. Baker. situated homes _a..".At.. Va..vtJle' I.v DO.., D 6Uo 100" 9 4 II Ar Ch.ualloogo, r I.v 001 OOp
..'To all creditors, legatees ,,dlatrlb"htefes'and 5 2O Ar "e"I.,1011\", Jl.f Lv 10 MI".p
Florida': .- .. .. ..p 18J1! 6....',,"-r. hUl"Od, Tty I O, 11'aIIp : 7"0 ,j\.f.I .t Q..C. \' 8/10"
< all person having cjattns'ofdemands in : '. 8'411"jr'V lhlcago. Big L, U'n'' '
sold jil "
against estate. 421"11.1'" YII '.. U I/lu 6 10r, Ch..rloU..vdle, I.v 14111' s..;., .. Cl..ptl. p..lln.. ,.Art 8o ,
You and each, of you are hereby no- One hundred and 'Dluel)' feet above 95D" 0 1101' Ar Wo.hllIgto.. Lv 10 6111 0 iwp _183.51'/1./ Chicago. PaLlo.,. Ivl 84'JI'n.113ftl' '
"'. )lnltlmo... I.v 0 I II .. ": l cln'atl.CU.t.n
II iS li.V
tlfied: and required to present any fed > <'"
sea level overlooking: clear spring 145 .3. n ArWe.t Phllndelphlatv B K ll n 5 l' I 7 .3"IAr Chlcago.Mollo..IUv Oo p
claims or demands which you or 4 ,,' A't. New York Lv Ijj 10" II -
lake, with views of bills for some miles. !, 2GII u'RtI ClUeD r Q"Noo. ,
either of you may 'have against the Absolutely, healthy with deligWulCbuntry 33 Blld 34'-"N"w Vork .odl'lorld. Rxprll8, 5I: U/ r 1'010'10, C'" oil; D \rf;II .
n.II".l'ullmao .DrawloJl.Rabm { ArDetroit, l' 10001
l.plolCt :J.
estate of Prince J. Bakef; <3c4' ; .sed,<. ( (or ridlax; and drivinR. > 1' ,... 'l'a..pn. !' '1:' ck... ftvUle to )Ie. .York.C.r 1"1, lOIJIL. cTr liih i l1If Mrt'8 5001-

late of Dade County Florido., to the y No. '::19 811.1 3O..W..alJloglo.. and Florlela ." JI !41-1: '!.3'P.1'! _.
1.hllll;, l'ulln1 I 30p"V ""xln too. ArlO 1\; \
undersigned administratrix of said state Residence: 'D.ny o DrawlllJ( RoOt. 810"P" i .roORY
within two years from the date Spacious IUIf (; ]nekeouvlll.e.10 Ne York, 'tot:' I "' t 17,1: ,\ "
25 Rooms: No. e 1'h""lIh" T.IIIIII "r 11" Flkv ,. -- 114Ih Ar Aoul.ton. 110 Ry T
\ .
.hereof j I .. firo, r.. Ja.kllUllvllle. "''Ia Ar".iiiii: 114 <' Ar Blrmll'Rham, 6

Dajep|January ((30, A. JD. 6J I I Possession I at odce, 10'nlp\eteIY I J \ furoishcif J. ]11511 IlOUII Ar Lv ,ColumbllJ.8.C.,,1'1..."'......Oa Ar'" 4/11'./.Ibll.JJ.'" ..I 8UGI 1I.t'"ArK.o."CIIY' Ar Melllphl.. "'Vl S 11II1'1, b, .,...

Rosa TS. Baker "Uop Ar A"hvlll.. N.'C' ,' > "'--
l.f 4 1 \ II' rv-'M; i pl\I,
desired for this Benson. An )Jd"al! 11/1v"e/ r'1
HotlIpnoll'n."N.C. I.v \
Administratrix of the estate of dace for wealthy family. ( ..f' ( Ar Xnoulll". 1'enll I I,.. 1 II 4 broIl p -- -Ar-Hot8prlngl.-- ._'Lv _7"51'8h' I I
Prince J. Baker deceased. v 'S/lllll/ Ar' Lonl.vllle. Ky. Iv 7 >>rop Notl t3 allol 14-DIIII,.. !lIIUd Vlblll.. tralll.1 "
-. _.- -- -. 4 AUI' Ar 8t Loul.10.. : Iv 100 a th..ulrh. cJIIY CQ8 h". .oct P"I"naa .Ie"plol(car, ;
;: Ttree Imndred mil seventy-flve Acres, CI clllllall, Ohio Iv 8 lOp JaCkj"vllle to l.loclllnatJ. I INo.

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? OFHEALTH member of tho

e Donrd of Lectureship) appointed by: Win Eddy discovered the Christ I How's

the First Chin-h\ of Christ, Scientist, Science or Christian Science, through I

In Boston, :Maa" The '
a personal experience winch could- Your

Mr. Young spoke as follows: eave no doubt as to the uivlne nature of .
In offering a lecture upon Christian the understanding which came to her, I
Science,for your consiaeratlon.lt is but See "Science and Health, with Key to

proper to say that no attempt will be> the Scriptures (Page 108). I New York l1,

1 T.,, IU IUj made to give a full exposition of the She afterward tested her discovery; It will pay you to take good care or"

l subject The occasion, the circumstances thoroughly by healing all manner Of ; your liver, because, if you do, your .
and, the limited time at o'11r cases, not only: In Instances of ordinary; liver will take good care of(you. .J

j disposal preclude such a possibility sickness, but also In those ''which were Sick liver puts you all out of sorts, '

PURPOSE OF LECTURE. considered incurable and hopeless and, makes you pale, dizzy, sick at the Herald 1

I bAi I Christian Science many be briefly: many of them In one treatment. In stomach, gives you stomach ache,

defined aa the science of all that reI l I: due time her discovery became known, headache, malaria, etc. Well liver ,

fates to God. It is to be attained I and 1 finally, after thoroughly provingits keeps you well, by purifying your ,

through spiritual growth and( under-' unquestionable scientific value, she blood and digesting your food. 'J ,
POWDERAbsolutcIYPuro There Is safe certain and Greatest ,'
only one ,
PaperPublished '
standing. It Implies Sincerity of pur- published the book already mentioned! ,
reliable liver medicine, and that Is
pose ns well as the best Intellectual by means of which others have learned

,nKort! on the part of those who would< to do the same blessed work : '!

HAS NO SUBSTITUTE apprehend It, but upon a higher plane* ITS NAME Tliedford'sBIackDraugIit .

of thou,.ht and upon a more enduring Nothing could be happier than the -
A Cream of Tartar Powder
free from alum or phoa- basis than would be demanded ''by any; name Christian Science, ""( bicb Mrs. :,:1 I ,1

phatlo acid other subject. We do not pretend, Eddy gave to her discovery. It Is at Contains MoreAutomobile "' +

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK., therefore, to give you here a demon- once exact definite and appropriate( ( ;,

strable knowledge of this vast subject and Is Justified by more than thlrts '

For that you must seek In the pages seven years of remarkably successful I News \

of Its text-book, "Science and Health 1 1'I practice 'I/, : ft' )'

Lecture, onChristian with Key to the Scriptures. ," written TRUE SCIENCE For over 60 years this wonderful I '1t: i
vegetable remedy has been the standbyin
ScienceThe by the discoverer and founder of Is It not true that almost anything thousands of homes, and Is today I Than all the Other Papers Combined :"1 '

Christian Science Bev. Mary Baker G. In relation to more material hypotheses the favorite liver medicine In the world.It I :: 21

-- Eddy, if here I shall succeed In cor- may take the name of science unchallenged acts gently on the liver and kid I' '

lecture on Christian! Science, reeling some false views or In remov- ? How Is It that those neys, and does not Irritate the bowels.It I ,

under the auspices of First Church of Ing some prejudice; If hope be up- things which relate to God, to Spirit cures constipation, relieves con Exclusive Reports from all the ,:
gestlon, and purifies the system from
Christ Scientist, of this city, on the lifted and exportation brightened; II and Ills laws which must be base an overflow of bile, thereby keeping Winter Resorts :>$

some heavy heart be made lighter or Upon eternal facts and must there- the body In perfect health. .,
of February 2nd was
evening very
some sorrow or sickness less painful; fore be unquestionably scientific, and, Price 2Sc at all druggists and .

well attended, the speaker of the If here, and there some one, touched Indeed, Immeasurably!! more so than all deniers.. wt It.

evening, Mr, Blchnell Young; of Chi- by the spirit of the hour, should bled < other things, are relegated to the

being Introduced by Mr. George realm of belief? Any question as to
cago. away from those thoughts which ..._ .-,- Vllllt! uiIItYDI : !!
Currie, who said in part: the science or the Christian .. .
0. make for sin, disease ant death to religion ----- -- --
"Ladles and Gentlemen: A very must be forever settled 1 by who red all power to God. He said, "There : --
those which disclose holiness, health anyone -" -.J! __'JI: "" -
duty la placed upon me this to look the matter in the Is none good but one that Is God. "II
pleasant and life, and thus take a better understanding care squarely
not the works of Father believe *71I
I do ,
evening In that I have the pleasure of of the way and scope of all face Jesus never failed In anything that my similar works -- "''"ItLr'.sI ICI l '

Introducing to a West palm Beach audience that Is meant by the word! salvation,' lIe attempted He healed all disease. me not. To-day
lire done in a similar manner, not be- I i '
an audience that I know front as revealed In Christian Science, the whether called curable or incurable. ,
of personality either In His time,
cause I
past experience to be an Intelligent loving, desires of those who provided and without the use of drugs or any; \ tI ;
but because In Christian Science '
or ours, .
one a. gentleman who cornea to \\t\ this lecture will be realized. material remedies. He fed the hungry, i' i

from Chicago 'and other Northern The practical operation of the law saved sinners and raised the dead, all God Is an ever-present help ,in / Don't Fail to El > 11 .
time of Jrouble and at all other times
cities with the reputation of being an of God as shown in Christian Science, by the power of Spirit He overcome
Christian Science still does the works
eminent lecturer, and who will ad- healing; the sick, reforming the sinful, the death of His own body, and finally;
of the Father as It Hd in the time of
dress us upon the subject of Christian binding up the brol Jesus The New York
Science. It has been my privilege to the asperities of human exist ural Image as the Son of God, the Son
introduce several very leading peopleto erree, and harmonizing the conflicts of of Spirit. In other words He over-
i Jesus said, "I came to fulfill the
West Palm' Beach audiences and I human endeavor need not be exagge- came all\ the laws of material existence ''1'J
law." What law? No doubt He meant!
feel somewhat boastful on account of rated In order to attract attention. in what Is most appropriately called<
the law of God, which to His hearerswas
it. I have proceeded no less distinguished 'Indeed, the bare facts are so strikingas the Ascension These works have Herald
embodied in the law of Moses ;
a person than our deceased 'often to test credulity. Not Infrequently been considered miraculous, but thereIs ,
I Christian Science does not proclaim
friend and fellow citizen, Joseph! Jef- Christian Science is so rapid no evidence to show that they were ; 1 1I
i a new God nor a new law, but comes H
ferson, and the last person I introduced and unusual in Its effects as to be at miraculous to Him. On the contrary, the :
declaring the same God same
to West Falm Beach audiencewas total variance with prevailing\ theories they Illustrated the unchanging natureof I t
law that Jesus declared, the one Infinite -
no less a person than the Gov- and practices relating to the cause God's law, the law of Good, and : While "
in Florida nd Informed
eternal God, and His good and a Keep
ernor of Florida. _But tonight it is and cure of disease, and the overcom- proved its absolute power over all evil. I unchangeable. law Christian Science'

my duty to Introduce to you a person ing of fear and sin. The experiencesof His method reflected the Infalliblllt; declares God to be Creator and Cause, on Home and Foreign Affairs 'q

whose reputation has preceded him. Christian Scientists justify them, of God. Could anything be more scientific I It
and subscribes to all tile definitions of p
The press notices and the kind -wordsof therefore, In' believing that Christian than that? That It was ChrisTian I, God given by Christian{ denominations ..9'' ,

those who know him have convinced Science Is the way of health and happiness no one will dispute: that It was
generally. Furthermore, it amplifies, .
me that we are going to listen of all\ mankind. They offer itto unfailing and therefore scientific In I and ,
broadens uplifts our thought; con-
to a treat tonight. ; you in love, with the fult"convic- the highest sense the facts prove. It I cerning Him by declaring that God is
It Is well to hear a subject to well wan then both Christian and scientific !- 1'
always lon that It belongs you as as Mind God Is divine Principle, and THE BEECH CLUB
discussed first hand. "When we wantto to: them, since it sets forth a divine or Christian Science, and It must these definitions are most appropriate

study a subject we want somebodywho and universal inheritance. be still the same. If it healed the sick I for Mind and divine Principle Indicate d' en M

to explain then it can do so now, and the fact is, I
knows all about the subject A CORRECTIVE SCIENCE. the very nature and essence of Incorporate( ) j s

It to us. !Wet\ want somebodywho If you were working out the pro- It does so. He knew that He had a Deity. Mind agrees with the univer-

can tell ua about It authoritatively blems of business with an Incorrect or certain way of doing His works and} 'I sally accepted declaration that God is RESTAURANTHreakfast '

and such a man In the speakerof utterly erroneous use of numbers, it that it could-he learned. He said that Infinite Intelligence, and brings the I I a

this evening. This large audience would be right for some one to help those who believed In His name shoulddo dlvine..fact of the omnipresence of God a

shows that the subject upon which he you by showing you the basic law. of :' similar works, and' the best inter- I more clearly to our consciousness. I.

is to talk is a very Interesting one. numbers and the rule governing them, pretations indicate that to believe In Divine Principle shows that God is

Christian Science Is a new religion, and you would be glad of the correc- His name meant to understand His unchangeable, perfect and eternal In i : Luncheon : Dinner

comparatively sp aklng. I confess I lon. If you were working lout the teachings. Ho also declared, "He that 'volition and action. Could any word '

cannot call myself a Christian Scientist problem of existence with erroneous belleveth\ on me, the works that I do more fully express the nature of Him

It is not because I do not want to views of Its origin and laws, and in shall he do also; and greater works i "with whom is no variableness, neither $ at all hours j

believe In Christian Science. Prob- Ignorance of your Qodglven( rights, its than these shall de do; because *I go shadow of turning?" What is the use

ably It is because I have been remissin proper for some one to correct you, to the Father" Christian Science explains of words if it be not Indeed to produce -

not learnlrfg more of it; still I and you are glad of the correction. the words, "I go to the Father," clear thought In relation to a given $ '
t showing that they relate to His ex- Special Orders Received for Parties 'I
by .
cannot say that I have been subject? No words can change God. ,

remiss, as I possess a copy of Science The scope of this subject is not generally alted thought, which Paul describe! They only help or hinder humanity'sattempt $ of three, 1 '
"the mind which was in Christ or more
with understood Christian Science as
and Health, which I have read > to understand Him. Personal

much interest and In which I have 1 has become known, primarily, through Jesus," and which was continually I: Is one of the words that has hindered. I II

and also i the fact that It heals disease and has seeking l3od, and that when we go to the
found much that I believe Christian Science does not deny ,
the Father In this as He did, we I /i i.a.on
who had way,
much that was startling, and on that healed thousands of people personality of God, as some have supposed I I OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY '
materla shall realize the promise. Indeed, here-
pronounced Incurable by 1 1I
to been
account I have great curiosity > but it must of necessity deny

bear what is going to be said tonight. medica and other systems. Indeed, it in lies\ humanity's difficulty. It has been that Infinity can be humanely personal. l r '1I'
t oO<<
"The subject of Christian Science is presents a record in this respect thatis generally believed that to demonstrate To speak of Go>1 as personal In L t + ; I ;,
In the-history of science was! merely a matter of Intel- I
one of great importance to the world without the same sense that we use the word

and it should be given every consideration the centuries since the time of the lectual proficiency. Christian Science humanly Is nothing less than sacrilege.
but this declares what science really is, and
before it is rejected. Let us listen primitive> Christian church, God must be infinite Personality, and

with receptive ears. The religion record does not constitute the whole that; its demonstration depends upon I po other thought of ills personality

of men Christian Science, nor does it Illustrate understanding and growth. All thatIs Again to make
ought to appeal to the ehivalry lof should be entejtalned. FA.YSHOLESliter
more than a measure of the true In any science must relate to and worship It
because It was founded by a woman; a picture of anything,
while It should also appeal to the admiration completeness of its practical efficacy. eternal facts, or Truth, and :Truth is as God, would at once be called idolatrous 1

of women because you will TRUE RELIGION A SCIENCE. God. Thus all science must be seen Is It less so because the pictureIs S '

all have to admit tha{ some of the Acepted theories have rejected pos- to: ultimate In Spirit or Truth and be mental? st John says, "No man

have Iblltty of a scientific knowledge of discerned more clearly through Its at time" Evidently -
most learned men la the country hath seen God any IFay- ITYD t .
taken hold of the subject. It to there- God and His laws. Indeed, the association science St. John meant that God could not -

fore your duty tonight to listen to of the words Christian and PRAYER. be described nor pictured! by the physical -
had at first excited the derisionof Christian Scientists believe. in pray-
Mr. Young attentively' and if we do science sense.

not accept all be says, at all events prevailing belief, and then aroused er. They know that to pray without The omnipotence, omniscience and
and abuse. Yet to-day the ceasing is the right way to \live. Humanity have been declared -
not to go away with the wrong! idea Its scorn omnipresence of God
truth as taught in Cty'Istlan has prayed In some way always, Import of such Sb l
of) what Christian Science is. It is our universal for ages, but the full
stirred human thought to and always more or less'vainly, until r
duty\ notto get what we hear so mixedup Science has teaching has not been analyzed nor
and expression, even It sometimes seems as though prayer
that when we go out into the out- higher views I yet have Its logical results been
of them is not ac- shad become merely a formal habit,
er world and tell what we have heard I while the source acknowledged. The Latin prefix

that those who, hear us! will gather a'' knowledged.; Jesus said, "The children yielding ,perhaps some comfort, but not omni, means all. Placed before such Acknowledged to ba The Best Machine on the Market
results. Is
In their barren ot practical '
world generation science
are or
wrong impression of It. The Good of words as potency, or power,

Book tells us that we must 'prove all wiser than the children of light. clear that there aunt be somethIngthe knowledge, and presence, when used i ito Lightest Shift, Lightest kenning The Champion Speed Writers of the,World

things and hold fast that which is Those who are engaged in the practl- matter with prayer! that Is unanswered : describe God, it means all power, all i use it. More Fay-Sbol used In Pcnsicola: than eel other single make
duty to give every one our best attention themselves of what has been proven answer to prayer? Suppose for a ence. Therefore, whoever affirms the i See it Before Buying

virtues IIsef l. They do not discard a new moment that all prayers were to be omnipotence, omniscience and omnipresence
one of the greatest
()f this century is the virture of tolera- discovery simply because it does not answered. Can human language depict of God, denies all other R.. C. DAVIS, State AgenC"; *

tion. of all civ- accord with their previously accepted -the chaos that would reign in power[ knowledge or presence; and
It is Jlrlne
the moat OHAS.
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heavenly KENDALL Agent
ilized attributes. The attribute of being theories, or because it conflicts consequence? Surely our loving since God is admitted to be good, such ,
Let something Father does not disregard a righteous At the Tropical/ Sun, WEST PALM ,BEACH. FLA
able to tolerate people who differ/ with past experiences. in one virtually denies any power, ... rl
useful be invented or found prayer The general belief\ about of evil. In fact
from uu, and give them credit for beIng new or knowledge op presence
honest and Blncere. This 18 one out> along the lines of material science, prayer> has been self-evldently: wrong. he denies the reality of evil, a thing;

thing Palm and the whole'! world rejoices over it, The example of Jesus proves! that the for' which Christian Scientists have not
in know West
which r a ,
Beach audience know that While those who And it immediately right way of praying results practically ,infrequently been condemned by those GRAFTED,
excels. I Mulgoba
Mr' Young will best attentionand available are ready to,acknowledge the He said, "I knew ,that\,thou hearst who say they believe In the omnipot- BIIDDEDLargeet Mangoes. '
get our
,who knows but that front what discoverer with acclaim" and, to reward me always" He evidently knew,th tHis >nce, omniscience and omnipresenceof ; Colleetlon of Grotoni (In the United States. acme, Phyllantbu !

he lays we will'gather! lome seeds of him. generously./ The wonder Is that jprayers were scientific He refer' God ., etc. AH pot grown. Full Line Citrus StOCk 1
ChrisUan'Science to in such away as to obtain an .
advice from whlch: if sown, we, will not so many are Interested In pray' \ ,Christian Science declares In accord- grown on HljfU; Spruce Pine Land., Addre i
: rather In View of all It inswer. Is it sacrilegious! to say that -
I fathering harvest of blessing but Co"Huoo.f; 'OHrJ E BEACH. V/OBtlPaim
there should his prayer Were' scientific Ho refer- on I ate O Beach Flu
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i THOUGHT SHE WAS ILL IHItmcire I Crt-uiii; ;' Broad!well & Moore, '

one) Cent(
I G.IH' engine repairing and lathe work

I at Huftstelllers. I lf A.\NORD TUXEDO S.UIT'SThere I

A Hard Lot ,
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11 f trouble to contend with spring from Classified advertisements' In thiii column

.,,\H a torpid liver and btnckidtd! b wela at one cent per word for each inaetllon .
( unless you awaken! them to their prorer Count the words and send the
rl p.'' action with Ur Kind's New Life Pill; cash along with the order, are
the pleasantest and most effective tore
; for Constipation They prevent Aupendiclilnao'l -
j FOUND.-"old Locket. Finder Can be
loue up the jystem age at '
all druggists had by calling at Hotel Palm occasionswhen

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Leave orders at Potter's Flat \iron TO RENT ,
Building.: 'for Battle's gasoline and '
FURNISHED\ ROOMS, $2.50 per week. you
kerosene) dellvery/ J.aOtfHav.
; A large fine room, fitted for light

J housekeeping, cheap At D. Watts,
k "your bikes repaired at Cummings can hardlydo
j ClemnttMBve.! opposite bank All work the jeweler.


... ... without
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\ li '. Early (Risers moneyto THAT

The famous do it with apply to neo G. CUI rte,
) ICtlla pills.
West Palm. Bench.LANDSCAPE. one. When
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this condi-
ra I Gardener Cnre of truit end flowers a
I. -t ii I II It I I Io High-Class Experienced specialty. Best references. Have been

In charge of W J Allen place for nix: tion confrontsyou.
CiistomliiafcerRepaiiing kFine years. Would like the care of a nice ,
'Rse e I place Anvwhere on Lake Worth, Ail
dress B Cook, Box 158 West Palm Beach t
Boots and Shoes Made to Order FOR SALE. .
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DoneWear finish 97 over nil, ao ft beam, 2: ft. 6
_Neatly dralt. Twin screws' pAS engines,electric
lighted. Complete in every detail. Nowin
Rubber Heels for Comfort.
commission at MiamiR.
Vr Robber liuulH make aloha nulMiOvHri'...111 reltevenlu
|pro dire nit/ fi-ut, amt I iinkk'it. Life IN enntor/ M. Munroe!,
; when rulMMT' h"ppl"tiro axed 11 coi'tud' 'oration of jiclf Cocoanut' Grove, Hla
\I'D M>rtu."lire tn j publt'. hutul'tw/ hotels ilio. hoepitnltin "
r Never mind, dear. I don't feel like quarreling today. .
Mrs. Niggard library fh 'fM'h..olruolII wl"'I' iiomoii Batteries and Launch
Complete Sup.
Colonel Naggard "That's too bad. I'll telephone for the doctor at ones." ,.nlijiictloiitililu. Ittiblior, lu-ols, ditmtlii| "pur-
el cttptilily the. Jur iticii lent to will king or i unitlnt, plies, at Fowler Brns & King's.
'IV r html Hiirti'CL's' and made u "*''la''I'.n''
sitvlntfln' .. nerve force.Clanton. Brass Sba'ting, at Fowler Bros &
uvcnue oi|"nHite Tlrtntiilng nratllL'NDI'y
Coo""Is Hmitto King's.
Among the arrivals at Tho Earman I
this week Is Remy Magnetos, $15 oo. Best! made,
Air. John Carnghnr, ono --- --------- -
of the ''board of (directors of the Far- at Fowler tiros. & King's.
Cocal: Interest YOLEY5110Ni1YArlDTARCur.s
mer's and Merchants' Deposit Com-
Prevents Pneumonia D. ALLEN
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Ir. Ceo. W. I.ulchart spent Tuesday Under the auspices! of the Women'sHome

In Miami on business. 'Mission Society of the Mothod1st Real Estate AgencyCity

I Great rush for those Dollar Sterling Church, a dime social will be held Lake Worth ProduceCOMPANY

Silver Spoons at Idner's. at the residence of :Mrs: W. Broad-
Surburban and
well next; Tuesday afternon, from threeto ,
Justice of the Peace R. J. Chilling-
1 half past five. All members of the FRUIT AND COMMISSION
worth was among the business visitors
congregation and their friends are invited MERCHANTSFruit Country Property for
p to Miami Tuesday, having gone downon ,

official business. Through her manager Sam S. Shu- and Produce Poultry and Sale and Rent . .
i Mr. E. W. J. Parrlsli member of the .
bert, Lee Shubert and William F.
t county board of public Instruction Eggs Our SpecialtiesThe
Connor, positive announcement is
from this district, attended the regular'
made that ;Madam Sarah Bernhardt
f monthly meeting of that body In Miami .
known the world! over 8S "the divine Finest Oranges and Tangerines '
on Tuesday.
Sarah' will appear /Jn the Hotel Royal FOR SALE
( p. ,Miss Mona Harris, who has for the Poinciana early (ill ':'March. The event "There Is money In It."

I( past several weeks been the guest' of Is loked forward to with a great deal Every depositor( has an interact in the West Pam Beach School Lot and Building

Mrs. John B. Beach, on the late front, of Interest by the guests of the great welfare of whatever bank they do business ideally located for hotel property. Buildings comparatively new.

left Thursday morning, for her home\ In East Side hotels. A large shipment of Choice with. It's natural they should Lot 150 feet square. At corner of Clematis avenue and Poinsetta
Nonesuch have. If "there is money in it" for the
Jacksonville. Apples
Arrivals at (Minaret: Cottage this bank street. Terms on application.

Sir. A. Baur, chief engineer of the week were -Mr. and iMrs. B. F. Dodder "There I Is money in it"

waterworks department of the East Oak Orchard, illd.; Mrs F. A. far the .bank's patrons. It'* money for .

Coast Hotel Company whose headquarters Scoville, Miss Lavlnla Bnovllle, South Several Cases of Extra Nice you if we pay. you interest It's money

Is at present In Miami, spent Norwalk, Conn.; Peter Meyer, Wome-'' Fresh Eggs. / again, for you oo any favorable loan you The Finistere Fruit Farm, Boutnwest of town, beautifully situated -

Thursday In the city looking after the Isdorf, Pa; IMI' Emma: Conrad, Oak get. Take
; construction work being carried on In harbor Ohio; .Mrs.: P. S. Alcorn, Cleve- it" for anyone who banks with oranges, pineapples and other tropical fruits in

this city and on the East Side. land, Ohio; Mrs. H. R. Moysey, .Miss with UK. abundance; ; fishing Rod hunting near: is offered for ante cheap.

I i Hon. Thomas W. Watson and family S. S. ''Moysey, Helller's Island, Ohio; Nice Large Fat Hens and Plump We pry 4 per cent on savings counta

of Thompson, Ca., have arrived at ;Mrs Montgomery, Miss: Lou Montgomery Chickens. compounded quarterly,

J their winter home near Fort Lauderdale I New Smyrna Fla. DADE COUNTY STATE; BANK. West Palm Beach, Florida

,, to spend the balance of the sea- The concert In the school auditorium West Palm Beach Florida.

; son. It Is understood that :Mr. Wat- Thursday evening for the benefit of I Lake Worth Produce Comp'yCLEMATIS ------- -- --

( son will do some writing while there, the school library was well patronized, AVENUE 1-1f o ti

i though he mine particularly! to rest. and proved one of the most enjoyable t 1
; I. ..ices and Bladd The home Mr. Watson orcuples was musical entertainments ever given In .. __
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purchased last summer at a cost of the city. Miss Pauline Ryder, as violinist -

several thousand dollars. Miss Edith Hand as planlste,

y Mrs T. T. Reese, as soprano, and Prof. The Americus FertilizersVtgetable
Manager J. T. DeBerry, of the LakeWorth
i ttl Ferry Company, has met with Gammon, aa baritone, fully sustained fflinstrelsDnderCanvasWEST ,
their reputation, and the music lov
approval of the public In placing
ing public' greatly Indebted to them
placards In hotels and other public Fruit and Vine Orange Tree
for a pleasant evening.
,, places announcing the baseball games' I and Strawberry Fertilizers, Have been
f on the Poinciana diamond. These PALM BEACHAftrnoonartNightFeb.24
successfully used
on Florida soils for
cards will hereafter be placed on the Lecture on many
h years. For any information call on or address -
morning of the day which the gameIs Christian Science

to be played, and will be a great ------ ---- '
convenience to the public' who desireto CoulltiuMt rrom PHRM/I,

,witness the game ance with the Scriptures that God Is 1 t B. M. POTTER

Life Truth and Love. The law that
k The Majewskt Bakery Is this FLAT
season IRON
Jesus came to fulfill was the law of BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla
y In the lead. The bread, cakes and other -
this ever-present, all-knowing, all-
bakery products are made by bakers powerful God who Is Good, who Is A. G. ALLEN'S _. _______ --
finished in their profession tf. --- ._ -
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Life, Truth and Love, and 'whose law .
Mr. Frank Hough, of the immigration must: conform to His Infinite goodness. ,.

department of the Florida East Does this God who Is Life Truth and
'Love, send disease, sin and death UNITED MINSTREL SHOWS
Coast Railway, who has been'pngaged West
Does Ood, who is infinite Good, do Palm Beach
in bringing men South to work on the
evil? Goes God who is Infinite Love

f ettenslon for the past several months, cause the afflictions and sorrows of Kent Clean and Refined. Better than the, Circus. Under the

t came down from Jacksonville last His children? Just consider for a moment Mammoth\ Canvas Theater seating Two Thoiuam People
Town Lots.Choice
.> i night with a number of negro labor- : If you were all-powerful and .

ers for use in spreading the rock bat- could establish law and enforce It, and Admission Children 25c Adults50c

last'of the road In this vicinity. The could do away with all evil, would t ,

I work la now being pursued between YOU do It or not? Would you not rejoice -- ----- '- Residence Lotsfrom

I 1i here and Lemon City. It IB conceded to see no more pain or disease

that when the'ballasting of the road among these little ones, no more ter- GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER

I has been completed Its entire tength ror nor sorrow mothers' hearts, no WEST PALM LEACH

from Miami to Jacksonville that It will more grief-bowed heads no more pain- $20O up

be one of the finest roadbeds tn the racked bodies? "Shall mortal man be Bus \Trips\ I

country. Rita alsd said that the company more Just than God" "If'ye then, and Lantana one-third ,cash balance by'semiannual

IIi' will experiment by oiling the being evil, Know how "to"gUe good f' installments '
: ,,on reasonable time acording' : i it
surface of the rock with crude petroleum gifts unto your children, how much Baggage Dekay, .. ., ?"
b-b1i )' to price of lot.
In order to allay the d,18t. It la more shall lour Father which Is in Wagons., Boynton. t;

saw believed that by doing'the road can be Heaven, give good. things to them that Meet. -- For plate anfull Information apply to
s I 'made'practically; du ltlelt ,-'-Mlamr1 Met- ask Him?" I Sa '
; j All Other WALLACE 'R.
'ry m i ropol! I, Uontlun to Next, IM.U. J e 'MOSES, r

Leave'Tour t orders at ;:The Tropical: the printing Trains ;. Points Arent Florida Ea8t Coast Railway'.'Land ""Yp.fiij' .t.,
r office' line at + :
: for ail kinds'-of engraved
.Sun.ad 'and'visiting The Tropical Sun. and all work' exe SPECIAL ATTENTION 4 TO i,a COMMERCIAL :MEN .est.'alm: 1 n cache.Plorld r
1 } e&rd'.monogram; ityl cuted of In the the arty neatest 'aod'latu PRu _AM.-L.IE ROOM.. ,

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; w vv -4r", N $ jg)er,4' 5 'Ck y.e. a s (t ,y {'I $I' ., ::'rillrb'Y! ; [ ; ; : > [:\{" fb ,{Ra '" f

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