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 21, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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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 )
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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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Crowded !House Will Hear Famous City is Enjoying a Prosperous f \

utomobile Clips it, Off in Two 1 Hours and' Thir Georgia Evangelistand Season and Effect is Being Orders Given for Wharves' at Key \Vest.

ty-seven Minutes. Run Was from Lecturer.\ Felt Generally. Train to be Running by Next Fcbruraary '

Miami to West Palm Beach. There Is every reason to believe\ that 'Taju i about an oil season is all rot," or March. +

apf's: Opera House will be crowded said a prominent West Palm Beach, tlll''+ .

this evening. when Rev Sam Jones, hotel man to The Tropical Sun yes't I'- i1 i1I IN

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i Speeding!: over a county wagon' road made speaks Volumes' for Dade County of Georgia, will deliver\ his latest Jnter- day Further(+ conversation revealedthe
From. reliable, source it Is learned he had discarded the Idea that any v
it the rata.. of near thirty miles an hour and Its excellent highways. It further estlng lecture, "Life's Battle and Howto fact that this particular house had
that hurry orders, have been given for thing was impossible, 1
w a sensation that few would care,! to demons!a tea the necessity of buildinga : Win It.' been filled with guests all the season, \ i
the material needed, In the construction T-Ue work to be done right here in 1
t\lcrleiico) but this record run made wider roadway for automobile traffic' (Many people in West Palm Beach and for the past two or three weeksIt '
of the docks and terminal facilities the harbor will be a marvel of engineering m
Ltneen ,Miami and this city yesterday between this city and Miami and Itwill have never bad the privilege of hearIng has been necessary to send many ar- (
I in the harbor says a Key: West skill, entailing the expenditureof
(iCternocm by a party of automobilists. perhaps not be many months until this famous evangelist and lecturer rivals out to private residences to find '
dispatch. millions of dollars and will give employment -
Late yesterday afternoon a party of I steps are taken looking toxyie accom- and will doubtless take advantage roms, I
It Is expected that this material will to an army of men for years
Jf:ntlemen alighted from,a.n automo- I plishment of this cud. If such time ot this! occasion to hear one of the The same could be said of many
begin arriving soon and that In a few
bile, In front ,of a "refreshment stand" as the above can be, made, under pre- most original speakers of the p'.eueut other hotels in the city, and altogetherit a
weeks the work will be well under The last Issue of the Key Wet Citizen -
age, Sam Jones! always has something Is one of the most prospeous tourist
vn Banyan street and slaked their sent conditions, with a wider roadwayIt t
; new, and those who have heard has says that trains will be runnln:,
thin* after which they told of their would be an easy matter to convince seasons that the Cottage City ever way.The
him many. times before will be all the plans accepted by Mr. Flagler on both ends of the extension :
ecord run. They stated that the road, auto enthusiasts that road ran enjoyed For some time The Palms
more eager to hear him again to-night. call for the 'and best
!largest equipped 1007.'x.;
s a rule was in excellent condition, lug between the two magic cities Is It Is said that this latest lecture Is the has found It necessary to find rooms, February {
nd there was no unpleasant incident practicable, ivangellut'a master-piece and that it at different times among the private docks In the, world owned by one corporation The Citizen says:

It to t, mar the ''trip. Of course, the road The State Democratic Executive Is one of the )best ever delivered! from residences of the city, and this well That it will be expensivemay 'Mr. Henry M Flagler, accornpanl I

Is narrow In some places," but there Committee has ben called to meet In the: platform I known hosterlry has, as it well known be readily Imagined when It is by Lieut. Gen, J, M. Schofleld. J, ft,

I'f few curves of any consequence, Jacksonville on next Saturday, for.the theauspices greatly Increased its capacity, since known inch Parrott, W R. Kenan. Jr,, E. J.1and ..I The lecture Is being given under that every ot ,the land to
chaffer of deciding the dates for J, C, 'MeredIth, arrived Wednc .
\\mt a careful can easily purpose\ upon .'
of Methodist church and season. .
be used for the tracks, warehouses
\,andle his machine at a very high rate holding the next primary elections, has been stated before the price ot As a rule, too, the business men of I day night and spent two days In' th
ilsks The Ex-Senator E N. IHmlck, of this and terminal station is now coveted city looking over the extension Inter- fly" 'oi'ti7
< f speed without taking any I. mission Is 100. ChlUM-en's tickets the city feel the effects of the good '
afternoon city is committeeman from Dade with from live to twenty-five feet atwater sate On Thursday morning the party
latance traversed yesterday are on sale for 60 cents. season, and are happy and piosperou "
was sixty-eight miles, and theme County, and expects to be present at and Is nearly a mile'fiom the inspected. the work at the bead of the-

present shore line. Island and were evidently highly'plea .
In which the wonderful run was the meeting s
How you can net a good( priming ralnt
The people of Florida have long since sed with the progress made. It'was v r
or $i.:25 per gallon : Buy one gallon ,
----- -- --------- -- Many Comingto learned that there Is no task so great stated that by February 1907, one year h
New Era Paint at gallon, and I
for t.75 per
Thepio8pects are bright a gay no achievement so stupendous that Mr.
from now, that trains would bo run-
Continental to (
[ Bemis one gallon raw; linseed oil at 70 to 750
season at the Continental Mr. Florida Flagler will not undertake in order to ning on both ends of the extension,

March 15 will arrive In Jacksonville eailyatn aud you ;bave two gallons( We ol the best carry out his plans I ( and that a ferry would be used tem- iii( 1
Open made. It
paint Try : guarantee ---- !
March and will complete arrange- A sample) of his desire undertake pOI'al'l\y\ to connect the two ends of the '
n, M, Potter Flatiron
satisfaction Every train entering Florida from
ments for the opening on Match 15. I seemingly Impossible Is shown line .
projects at Bah la Honda, where there will
Hotel Continental at Atlantic Beach, Building West Palm Beach Is
East and West
North and
the '' In the fact that for a long time he I be a stretch ot twelve miles' of water ,;

ulll be opened for the reception ot A Bargain. Leave your orders at The TropicalSun i now a grand rush for the resorts along fully intended to build hU: largest hotelIn I to .cross It Is claimed that all the

juesUiMuich 15, and will be kept open. A new, 5.h, p two-<;cey!' engine for office for all' kinds of engravedand the east coast of Florida says the Florida, and the largest hotel in the channels except this one will be bridged '

intll August l.says the Times-Union |I2S, Bt Potter's, Flatiron Building, West monogram stationery. and visiting Time-Union of Sunday. United States on the coral bar east of and ready for trains by the time alto t I
fir, H. E. Bemis, manager of the Hotel!,! Palm cards. The representatives of the various \Mangrove: Key where he would havea I mentioned. This Is so much Hooner ? I.

Continental, who made.such a success 1 PIERCE'S BICYCLES at CummltiRS, I railroad have received advices that the depth of twenty-five or thirty feet of than anyone ever dreamed that the i
bank West Palm Governor at Ft. Lauderdale water all around It so that the largest' work could be accomplished that it
11 last season's operation of the Con- ClerantU ave., opposite I trains leaving. Washington yesterday,
Beach Gov, N B, Broward arrived In the after the Longworth- pleasure yachts could land at its very seems almost Incredible, yet the men 'r
mental Is now In Nassau Bahamas. 'i jlmmedlaely piazvns. who made the statement know better
Northern city last night from his trip through Roosevelt wedding, were crowded, with\ s t
where> he Is the manager of Hotel Col- Our will pretty Such an Idea. Is enough to take one's than anyone else what they can do I'i
Thomas W
the Went where be met || tourists, bound for various points '
vial and Hotel Royal Victoria He soon be thinking about. their returnto Lawson, ,and hail been looking after Florida. breath away, and yet he fully intendedto "A. number of gentlemen of this city I'

[writes that already the management their various homes and will, naturally hH Everglades drainage scheme, as I' Hundreds of people of national. social carry out the plan until better ad- were invited to accompany the partyon 1
vantages presented themselves elsewhere. the Inspection whom r i
jlias a number of very flaterlng pro- cast about for niode of travel well as Insurance matters. Accompanying I Importance deferred their visit to Flo- among were
the Governor/ is Mr. F, H Neles, i iilcla this until after the White Hon Geo. W. Allen, Captain Beehler, 1 ?l
|miser of parties for the Spring season I We, unhesitatingly, recommend The One of the prominent.officials of the Hon. W Hunt Harris, Dr. Harris and 1 '4ie'f
the Times-Union of that
of Chicago, says [House/ wedding of yesterday. Now
|uf the Continental. Clyde Line to all those in search of 'East Coast 'Railway said during his Messrs, Cash Porter, Lowe and Trum- I +
Sunday. the much talked of event is a thing of I
It la the Information. This popular Line ope- I recent visit to Key West that since he bull All had luncheon at the Jefferson ti '
Intention_ of the manage- Gov, Browaid and Mr. Neles will the past there is a greater rush to the
rates the finest passenger steamships had been associated with Mr. Flagler upon their return.' !
Pment to put in a good Northern organ- plying the"Atlantic coast, Stateroom leave to-day for Fort Lauderdale, I Florida resorts than at any time this I I

!I/.allon to operate the hotel until May accommodations are superb and the where the Governor Is having two season
U, and after that date to put in the tables are always supplied with the dredges built for work on the Everglades Lent will begin within ten days and Minstrels I ,

(regular Southern organization during very best to be obtained in Northernand 'Mr, Neles is understood to be :' the( ]prospects; are that the monlh\ of I;, Bishop Gray ;
connected with the who' has In Florida
company people
March will see more
J the summer months Southern markets These ships that are the Next SaturdayA Is Coming '
direct from Jacksonville and call furnished the two dredges :Iat the various resorts throughout t ,

A first class golf tournament. wilt be sail nbw being built for the drainage State.than during the same month In ,
S. C., giving passengers -
I at Charleston, scheme. G, Allen's New Orleans Minstrelsis Rt. Rev, \Vm." Crane of"the -
Inaugurated on the Atlantic. Golf Links ample. time to view this ancient and auy of the past seasons.It Gray bishop (+

on the hotel grounds during the firstweek I interesting city. Our suggestion wouldbe has ,become quite a fad with the billed to appear here under,canvas South Florida diocese is expected l i

in April. The links of the Continental j to ehgage your accommodationsearly Hayler'a candies, Broajwell: & Moore "smart lie\\:" of New York, Boston and next Saturday, February 24th to reach. West Palm Beach on the 4th '

will be 3,10Q yards, of nine as they always. do their full share other cities to upend the Lenten season This company was organized In New of .March when he will make' his an-
j holes, and will be by far'the' best linksIn Jacksonville Still at the old stand. Send us your I In Florida. As long as they are
of the business between Satisfaction' guaranteed. at perfectly Orleans more than 20 years ago and nual visit to Holy Trinity church and
the State of Florida. They will be York, laundry. : avny from home they are I

In charge of ,Mr. James H. Norton a and New Strahan's Steam Laundry..' tf. I vllllng\ to enter into the gay social has been before the public ever since, the Episcopal church of Bethesda-by-

prominent Professional, This tournament ,' Lathe. work on brass and gteelat Cum whirl! at the resorts of Florida, Nassau' and comes rich in experience in the the-Sea, on the East Side. It la understood

will he appreciated by the vlslJ wings 9-3-tf' Tale Springs mineral water, Broad and 1 Cuba. art of entert lnlng. There Is nothing that a class of several. candidates i

J tor for several weeka when they find well Moore Those who have visited Florida in said or done that will be unfit to the will be confirmed at Holy Trinity this

I that the Continental. (ts to remain open. For Sale I pn.it, years are aware that,March Is one I eyes and ears of children and ladles,
Karl Kettler Jr., Is to be months in the year, and the annual visit of. the Bis-
\ Another special attraction for the Con- motor launcb.witli Manager of thee most pleasant j I i our business la to entertain and amuse

tinental will be the Automobile Race Small First-claw eighteen-foot m every respect. Price congratulated! upon having secured aI| year to spend in this state. While iu i I I I aid. at the same time. elevate. Come, hop Is looked forward to with a great

Meet during the first week in April; hood cash B' M. Potter, Flat .Iron date in Zapf Opera .House last Sun- the 'North, March the most dlsaggreable! laugh with us. deal of pleasure by not only the mem-

similar to the race meet on the Or- $25o day evening by Westminster Glee ( month of the winter, on account of I I Popular prices, 60 and 25 cents bers of the Episcopal church but by all

mond-Daytona beach course. I I Building Club, This well known, party of sing- titormb, sleet, thawing freezing, slush chuich-golng people.

The CEMENT. ; era rendered a very interesting pro- mud and bad colds generally in Florida -
J Atlantic-Pablo1 Beach Course is PORTLAND Hartford tires No 77, $3 oo each at

I II magnificent one. Sanction for the We have fist| received another car gam to a 'lal'go and appreciative audience it is, a* a rule ideal time of the Gumming 9-13-tf i Launch for Sale !

I and 100 and their numbers and work The trees on are in .
Meet will\ be secured from American of Portland Cement In barrels year. orange I

I Automobile Association, and this will pound cotton sacks. East Coast Lumber were of the highest class. A more ced-. full bloom, the magnolia fill the air JUST RECEIVED. Tweoty-five foot,' oak finish, canopy
fop In fine
I make all of the Supply Company liable entertainment has never been I with ,their fragrance, boating partieson Six-horsepower Fay
,events official A tlm- and A new supply of lettuce egg plant, & Bowen
log I in the are greatly\ engine that always ROCS
city. the' lakes and streams
I apparatu) 1 la to be Installed. that' given tomato and orange crates, Also bwan cheap
I will I DEATH. and along tile southern eaabc. Very
be a duplicate of the one used on THREE BURNED TO and enjoyed baskets and pineapple crate East!: J.1, RymnaPalm Beach.Huylrr' .

j the Ormond-Daytona )beach. Some of Caribou, (Me., Feb. 20( -A* the result The largest houseboatyet surf lathing I Is the fad. Coast Lumber and Supply Company
I the best in the residence of Joseph I seen In Lake Worth Is'the "Mar The wise tourist know* what tile'eather.h"at
racing machine of the 'country ) i of a fire candies, Broadwell & Moore.
I three of the Cyr garet,' which hasebeen.nchoredforeevere.tdays. ? \\ home and never Ihlnha ., '
Bra ,expected to enter for these Cyr, last night, I' Tate Spring mineral water. Broad. *
I recent and there will aluo be a number: children were burned& death and another !' r T)jtot'SMsrRgreIletth4proyQrly ) ,nit \leaving 1 i'lptI; ifadurlna! MatJ-tt.;JUljlP8, well & Moore. Buj:.your bread:and,, bakery product

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Jacksonville parties will enter Alfred forts of the neighbor*. A lamp ex the manufacturer f" bromo' seltzer:: let In 'the ,reason ,alwaya make It'ai The'Majewskl Bakery 1* this season healthy and ha lP,.,- w', **V' U. r-

Gwynne Vanderbllt'a Dr. Emerson and 'a large party tot polnt'to spend (March In Florida, consequently lu the lead,The bread, cakes and other
great ,260 norse-
Dower Oar will n- friends are at the Royal PoincianaI 'numerous requests for re- bakery product are ,made by baker Great rush for those Dollar Sterling -
enter these race, and
will ahow,what it can do. were playing. card down talr.. I for a stay of some lengths ..rvatin! .. for (h. coming nonth. finished In their profession. tf. Silver Spoon at Idner'e.Y ,


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: 'THE TROPICAL SUN. Watered Talk Interesting Facts This Is the Justly! .Celebrated!

That the talk about the water In THE
,.IonMr Paper o' pads County, Florid
======- nulloullinks, I Iti! i prolty( Ui'avllv wntn About FloridaFlorida's

Published Every Wednesday and Saturday ',I Belt j'IM shown by the roport oiiMhhmtDii -- up-to.dste Wnn"hould. h ovltone. Weare ogcDtHfor

1 %T WI1IT PALM a.AOH ttAOfl OOUNTV. FLORIDA Is 87931580. padeG.,
a \\ ; Hlallstll-lan which bus acreage SIgKINCOMPANY
Florida has an area of .69,208; Size C. One-Horse Cultivator.
80B8CR1PTION PRICK, *2.0O PERYPAR. just been (Issued! Even the reports Or '
F W1' miles.
--- the Interstate Commerce Cromlsslon
11 Florida haa 1,050,683 acres of land
Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, tall to back up the wild statements In cultivation. ,' ,

E t $ CHAS. B. KENDALL. Manager. which some people have been clrculat- Florida produces a greater variety of Dressers to Men ,

Ipg. The last report of that body fruit vegetables and farm crops, than "

Sntcnd at the Postofflce of matter Went Pa.n Reach shows that the aggregate capltalUu:: any other State In the Union. I
aa..."""od.cI.. .
I tlon of the railroads In this country Florida's average death rate per
j EXPLOSION INJURES MANY. Is twelve and one-half bl lIons. Bu thousand Is only 10.89. \\Ve.are prepared! to fit yon In a

two and one-half billions of this Florida la the best hunting and fish
I Boston. Feb. 20.-.OJy a hot air explosion ; are
I ing State east of the Mississippi river.
3 in the six-story granite building only repetitions due to bookkeeping, as
Florida has a greater extent of sea
1' North St. at 3:30 Saturday the report shows, so that the total Is
90 :
Mt /p.t coast than .any other State. .
morning, eighteen members of theBoston reduced to ten billions of dollars. Florida A dk
t has forty-five ranl'oads.ln- ,
fire department including Then, too, one authority who has
cluding the branc hand lumber roads TROUSERSto WT 1F
been making much of this watered
l n Chief(} "Mullen, District Chiefs, Garrlty? Florida Is the only State In the
stock talk figures the cost of construction -
't jMcDonough: and Byron were injured, Union producing sponges; harvest suit present occasions
at $20,000 a mile whereas it sometimes
several sustaining injuries that necessitates worth half a million dollars a year. at Popular Prices
runs to ,,three or four hundred
their' removal to the relief Price above oue-horsa size is .flO.OO delivered at
thousand dollars a mile. Competent Florida Is less subject to extremes of of your et in
e// station. The fire started on the lower engineers know, as does even the layman temperature than any other State In We huve other sizes Write uu for circular prices

floor of the building. The firemen the Union.Florida .
that $20,000 a mile would not
1 blown from the ladders and HATSNeglige rlatcliett-DaCainara Hardware
were build a railroad. With the cost of construction leads all other States as a Go
thrown down the stairways by the
running far above this figure, resort for tourists and health seekers.
terrific hot air explosions which followed Shape;:: Soft Hats. West Palm Beach, Florida
the railroads of the United States Florida has a greater variety of trees
in rapid succession. The
IJ, ) are on the average capitalized at than any other State In the Union. .-
blaze confined to the lower stories
D but the explosion gut- only about $50,000 a mile There Florida produces cotton, corn, ug8.r.1 '
of the building,
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Isn't much room for water in that. One cane tobacco, rice pineapples You are at Joss sometimes -
ted the structure and blew every window oranges
out. The loss is estimated at American railway has just built sixty grapefruit guavas, peaches plums to know what to buy. You 1o-0-0o-o-oo-0-0-o.o.o:
;1 1 miles of road at a cost of $400,000 per lemons limes however that
1 One hundred and fifty men pecans figs grapes to you .
25000. mile, so that $20,000 a mile represents matoes-In fact JIUKK1I& ABUTS Wmt Palm Beach. Feb. 17,1008
varied We
'I In the Salvation Army barracks at the a assortment of want the .latest. .have
only one-twentieth of the real cost. and fruits, of
l back of the building were thrown into crops many which can them.
a panic when the explositlon occurred When real figures are taken. It be- not be successfully grown farther-north No Matter What
; comes plain that the capitalization is except In ''hot houses
I, and the members ran Into streets in !
not high but low. In foreign count- # PRICE you have been paying for your Coffee much or little, just
their night clothing. Chief Byron Is Florida also produces kaolin which
} ries, where the government owns or try one pound of our ,
.et the most serUjusly injured. Is produced superior to any 'other White and Colored CanvaASHOES
regulates the roads, they are capitalized -
known It Is so abundant that It would
from five to ten times more heavily
25 Cent CoffeeIf
pay to manufacture it Into ornamental
; A Tragic Finish.A .
: than they are In this country. The bricks /

watchman's neglect: permitted a leak present figure here has been decreasing Florida produces phosphate and JOT Men, Women and Children. you are a judge of good coffee, a. well' as fond, of good coffer,

v (in the (treat North Sea dyke, which a since It Is lower now on the aver- this blend of ours at 25 cents pound will surprise! and delight you
,, child's finger could have stopped, to become aluminum, and gypsum that will run
,4 r a ruinous breakdevastating an entire age than it was In 1880. 94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Alsoa

A province of Holland. In like man. Some people have been favoring .
net Kenneth Mclver, of Vanceboro, Me., government regulation of rates In this superior quality of white cement, .
permitted a little cold to go unnoticed well adapted for ornamental tile brick. The Sirkin Comp'yJefferson
country because they believe that It
until a tragic finish was only averted by Florida abounds in Immense deposit ,

w .Dr.. King' New Discovery. ,He wiltes : would prevent the railroads from paying of phosphate rock.Twenty Block L. W. BURKHARDT. FINEST' GROCERIES
Three doctors gave me up to die of dividends on overcapitalization.But .
N. B. Get our new prices on Hay Grain and Feed.
.lung Inflammation, by a neglected : the figures show that there is no West Palm Beach, Florida
cold ; but Dr. King's New Discovery Year Battle. nrlt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.
overcapitalization in this and
,saved my life. Guaranteed best cough ,

and cold cure, at all druggists 50c and that rallrads in foreign countries, with" I was a loser In a twenty year battle N. B.-The 00)'. did not want us to tell about this coffee;
ti oo. Trial bottle free. chronic piles nod malignant: sores,
where the them
government until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve They say we are selling enough now to make their .arms ache a
are much more heavily capitalized than which turned the tide ; grinding of (it.
they are here. Freight rates are,, from till not a trace r remains" writes A. M.

t New York, Feb. 20.-It la learned two to three times higher too, so that Bruce, of Farmvllle Va. Best for old I"r"'r"r"r"r"'r""r ,
Ulcers, Cuts, Burns and
that the report of the Armstrong investigating the facts of the matter are that government at all druggists 25C MACHINE SHOP s- .

which will be regulation where it has been

presented to committee the Legislature next tried has meant higher capitalization Biltmorc' Cream, Broad well &;Moore. JAB ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY " " "?" ""r"r1'r"r11r"r"r"r"t"r"r' ? !"!?" mThe'

and higher rates.' Fifty thousand dol- ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK
} week, Is already for adoption by the

committee today. If adopted the red lars a mile on the average Is a very ITCH-RINGWORM. .

port will be the means of starting a low capitalization for our roads, and GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR ; ,.f1leqel Pharmacy I|
E. T. Lucas
..... Wingo, Ky., writes
4 t'' revolution in the laws governing life yet It is the figure at which they stand '
April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I
t insurance, in this state. It limits the to-day, so that it Is a physical Impossibility SALE
# had been afflicted with a malady == Solicits YOUR Trade.
a salaries of presidents to fifty thousand to find any room for water. known '
as the 'Itch. The itching was y d
i dollars a year and makes the maximum most unbearable; I had'tried for Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front

amount of new business $150- Tax Assessor's Notice. years to find relief having tried all WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA H We give you Pure Drugs at: JModerate

: 000,000 each year. It cuts off all renewal County tax assessor, George O. :Butler remedies I could hear of besides a

commissions to agents and has issued the following notice to number of doctors. I wish to state that = Prices, put up by a EegisteredPharmacist.
+ ,' practically puts them out of business. == '
a the tax: payers of Dade County rela- one single application of Ballard's IE
It forbids the chartering of fraternal Snow Liniment .
tive to the of cured me completelyand
assessing county real
societies and recommends other startling -
permanently. Since then I have
will and personal taxes for the
reforms which In the end ensuing

benefit the policy holders. year, and giving the dates on whichhe used the for liniment ring worm on two and separate It cured occasions ,Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream

F will visit certain places and localities -
completely. 25c 50c and $1.00.
FOUR PROBABLY DttOWNED. for the purpose of receiving said
Sold by A. O. Rlegel, A. O. RIEGEL,
Fall River, Mass, Feb. 20.-When I assessments: .. CERIEg 1I

i the Fall River line, steamer Plymouth :March 1.-Silver Palm. I A Ail 7 G 6CUpIb == Graduate New York College of Pharmacy

arrived here this morning, it became March 2.-Cutler. beautifully finished new a-h. p. two-I =:;;11111' 111'" 11.11. ... ,.. ... ,'' '" '" III '" "' ''' "' 111111111 111 itl III HP:;
March 3.-Perrlne. cycle engine, throttle-shifting spark, dry lIf"umnauuaauuaamuuaamm,.. mmmmu..uummUl '
',known that a frightful tragedy, had base, water jacketed. Price
Eton At
(March Cocoanut Grove. ,
tg1 In all probability occurred on board Potter's Flatiron

during the night. The night watch- March 0.-Lemon City Beach Building, West Palm ....., F. C. BELDEN CO
March 7.-Little River.
: man at about two o'clock this morn- V
(March 8.-Arch Creek.
i) ing discovered a state room door open J. E. HardwiCk, the well known
"March 9. Fulford.
and on entering found a woman'swearing March! Hallandale.- grocer, west of the railroad tracks, Is IS A Florist and Souvenir Dealers

apparel scattered about and a displaying a fine line of.granite kitchen
(March 12.-Dan la. :
letter on a stand, addressed to John ware. Read his advertisement I L.
March] 13.-Fort Lauderdale. elsewhere I M ?1ER DRIVER :have leaned the old Hillier Store In the Zapf flock, and will open up with flno llncol'
Waters, Brooklyn, N. Y. The note
March 14.-Pompano.
aald that the woman, who was Waters' Christmas Goods Postal Cards and Souvenir Spoons j ja
1 March .15.-Deerfleld. CROUP. And bandies the reins in smart fash ,
wife, "had thrown her three childrenover ion. It's his Might to board
Marchl7 to 19.Delray, Begins with the our *soon aa they can get their good In ",lace.
symptoms of
board and was about to follow a com- delivery wagon along kNew Year's

R herself. She said she was "tired of March 20.-Boyton. mon cold; there Is chilliness! sneering time to dtatributtt ou> Valuable Presents Given Away Next WeekCall

life." The note was first thought to baa (March 21.-Boyton. sore throat, hot skin quick pulse.
(March 22 to 24.West Palm Beach. hoarseness and impeded respiration. Cboicest on Earth Groceries : and .e. them
hoax, but the occupants of the adjoining I ILowney's

stateroom said they heard her (March 26.-Neptune. GI"e frequent small doses of Ballard's Bulk
bt March .-Kobe Sound, to those who buy them. in Box and
'$ children crying during the night, and I Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry Leave an order find) we will httve -

c& It is the general belief, that the wo- I March 29 to 30,-Stuart. for it) and at the first sign of a croupy him rein up at your door In an hourto -

man threw the children over and then (March 31 to April 'tlam! cough apply frequently Ballard's Snow deliver your purchase. ..................................................*'{

The following persona notice Is attached Liniment to the throat P. 8: .-I'rlces are a shade lower. -
Jumped in herself. A careful search of I

the boat. .failed to reveal. any 'trace ofthem. "The to law the requires announcement ever :property writes Mrs. March A. Vliet 19,, 1902 New: Castle"I think Colo.'Ballard's -, FABER BROS. I ijl. E. HARDWieK|IGroceries

owner, or legal representative of the :
Horehound Syrup Market and Grocervman
a wonderful
owner, to return all property real and and Produce { I
1t Improved Train Service remedy and so pleasant to take." WFST PALM BEACH FLORIDA : i

personal, on blanks furnished for the Sold by A. a Riegel. I : ....... At 'Pri |
; The Atlantic Coast Line and Its purpose by the assessor (these blanks _- Living es.

r connections are now operating solid will be sent by mall to all applicants, I :
B M. Potter, agent for Mapeg Ameri- Pleasure Boat "Tattler" Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of }
from Jacksonville to
through trains
who fall to meet the assessor, on receipt cue, Armour's Wilson & Toomer's

Atlanta, via Waycross Tlfton and Macon of postage stamp) between the Pain len, and genuine I Imported Peruvian For Eire : EXTRA FINE GRANITE KITCHEN WARE |

; with through coaches to Nashville first day of January and the first day guano Flat Iron Building
I II This trim little auxtllnrv caiboac .im tar hire by B 1 ,
and Pullman Buffet Sleeping of April, of each year. If such person I. the week or month. Cabin .nimble foroiulHlnir. :
l5 Clematis Avenue Railroad. ,
overhHuled. For Just West of
Potter at the Flat Iron Recently particular Inquire/
Care to St. Louis and Chicago. or their agents fall, to return Buildiux.car. at O. O. Btrohm'a Grocery.

Trains leaving Jacksonville via Atlantic their property for assessment, as required rice a full line of Bulling tackle and am :..................................................1111

Coast Line daily at 900 p. m., by law, the assessor is commanded muuitl D. I _-::

1 .1 and arrive( Tlfton 1.25 a. m., Macon to assess It as 'unknown.', Burkbardt ha melhing to boot Patronize home industries Stra- o nltoltoltogOgoROktOROItORektostoRTi1071otaoilOilOi.0110y04! 011011d+f '

4 40 a. m., Atlanta 7.EO a. m., Chattanooga ""It is not the legal duty of the assessor any bane Steam Laundry Is still running. r .
d m gasoline in another column that will In- .
1.15 p. m., Nashville 6.S5 p. m., to examine the records of the Send ua ;your work. U.I .
rest consumers. It. .
Evansvllle 1.25 a. m., St. Louis 7.08a. county for the purpose of ascertaining 0r G. G. Strohm Company I.;

m., and Chicago 9.30 a. m. toe ownership or real estate in order '
wish to Inform person within 0'I'
Good connections are made at Jacksonville that he may assess the property hiimhvd mile,ftf ever'aim lioih,,that,one tam

from all Florida points thus to its legal but It : here turopsiryour wiiteliua/ ,cluck and 0r
owner, la the dutyof r
I ewe try-to tit your elves' with iiwutalva ur FAMILY GROCERIES
affording the quickest and moat convenient every property owner, If possible, ..yegla_. unit to .nj.thlllg you I I

may) want. In my line. 1 am mit a "winter
1 service from this territory to to meet the ansensor at the appointed visitor," but tt permanent resident, a prop -

the West" place and time or, at his office In the ,.nnHibl ity owner.. fur in11adoCo"any binfiiivon: and you pei. may footly Jlave rot .. Fancy Food Products

For further Information see Ticket court, house in Miami! and return his to I run nnci with. mo. WatoheM snd jwetry i I.
I In need of requiring. < may: be sent by 1."I.Ler.
l Agent, or "Consult the Purple Folder." property, ThIs I respectfully urge all c<1 mall 0'exp'...... I will exambe, and report
r coat by return aU-I', the price la notHntlBfautoty I
property owners to do. If the property you OHII oulorthe' goods ro. Grain and Provisions ,
Ladles will be Interested In the announcement owners to do. If the property turned.wltloont"h''lo. Ihave had twen* ( j
ty y ar' exporionoe with nme"tibe W.n|
that Mrs L. Constantine, owners will\ co-operate with me, the hotinea:: in New York and Italt.mnro-wdx: f &;
0iH head VV toll maker and Optician I *
4 the Clematis Avenue milliner has just roll can be made correctly in every.' Unmnluaf I A < rotUn Co.,JiiokiHmvlllv.M : fur! JEFFERSON':BLOCK .H;
fllne'' "shirt .. faotaoutfht to untllolent' tumorI o ,
recelvOdJSfa llne of particular. site that 1 iimhnittuml: niv buainoM: : and '' ?tJPl&t' fMw*

"' wal8tswash| skirts,pattern hatband Busiest house'la town. Even a band 11(1'"lInt".tI."ctlOlI"" 10 every use.. i West Palm Beafclu .Florida. rlNot1o111oi10

N b, some very attractive! values In under- played to keep' the crowd moving, 'at t I. E, A. WALKER. EXPFRT, WATCHflAKER AND OPTICIAN '., '

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'4 with your work and wishes ;
N- retain I Everything In the line at
you In his I
employ that I
f am going to The Tropical Sun and all work executed -
ask I
THEGOVERNI'IENT you to return'
BY to the
HELD now '
with me. I In the very neatest and latest I'
Perhaps In some way we style of the artDoWltt's \'
may lenvu something of him. I ,
The two girls were atandlnlr before "

.,-i"Dy i// 0 Pearson's door, and Miss Darling was M SalvoFor
Otho a. '.s'n c/ seuMilng/ iu her handbag for her duplicate Piles. Dura! Sores i
.' key when if young man approached 5eaSOIa&le gpriIl; Law9st'
: saying/ courteously; "Were ,
right, 1906 i, bt ,k1. ,0. Parcol1s you NOTICE
)0.\ .., > lug for Mr. Pearson I

11II. '\ ; .011 "Yes," answered Miss Anthony quiet In County Judge's Court, Probate Jurls- $

/Mm riMuwm wtts/JlfittuoUy nniioycU. ly. "Can you tell me If he will be lu I dlcton, Dade County, State of FlorIda.. ,

II \\uld not\ tKv .fHjBBved: tHigeplu today?" I In the Matter of the Estate of Patience

?. UK! be no unreasonable, It wan bad "I think not. There are several important P. Ward, Deceased. /' """ """

i>u ,iifc'li to liwe I1Ovyue/ ,:f\rho was thou this term cases before the grand Jury I Notice Is hereby given that on the
"', IjnJ but and Its sitting may lust threeor second or-" A. D. 1900 I shallpresent
), i ileiiojjrapucr bo! ,IIV.J' J:, four days more." day July, ,

,n mil\u-u do lio satisfactory amity secured work'nuotUer, to bove who Eu- Miss Authouy recognized\ her informant I and my apply accounts for my for discharge final settlement as- Next % J
/ aa a young architect who had an Jet ffMle; Tley Last 40-incli We! Lawns
ale object becuuso ,tlio girl, was once in the same building. I executrix of the EH tale and of the Last ,
,mw and pretty won euougb' to make "I do uot..understand," she said, Will and Testamentr of Patience P. "

a aunt lone 1111 patience :: "What has Mr..Pearson. got to do with Ward, deceased, to the County Judge, '
lie strove to appeas6 his flantee'sitli I Iho grand Jury?" at Miami, Dade County, Florda. 15 cents and 20 cents
Uow'.fnferlor inc
pointing out .
by "Mr. Pearson was seized yesterday
uity nod gi'flw'tlie bew steuojrrnpUcrurod / .Jot United States!! Marshal Brown to k4'
Executrix of the Last Will and Testament t sj
with !
to him 111 comparison "
serve As Miss Anthony's taco betolc"enod 1
Hi elf. He trk'd to appeal to her reai.in no enlightenment, be went on: I of Patience p. Ward, deceased. "" "'" "'"

her pride, forfaltli Ju him, but to "When the grand Jury was polled you- II, PIERREBRANNINq, ,

lc purpose. terdny there were\ three absentees, and ..Attorney for Executrix We have some neat The butter; quality better Lawn than ,:;;
not trouble, to cnll' agaIn '
tau need! .. ill order to carry on the business it wa,, .------- ."I,
o to communicate;: with'\ IO'" until youo necesHiiry to fill those vacancies. Tho and desirable patof Lawns that we the.bove that is allyou \
/ dlHcUurgod that, girl, was the I absent men are sick, and It would An Outing on Lake! Worth
ultliiiiituui, Itud\ Pearson went away, greatly retard the work the could wish for '
of government Now fa your opportunity to visit points terns in Cheap Lawns have just received
:r> and Indignant: anathematizing I, It the Jury had to be adjourneduntil '
of interest Lake Worth Take a
the in ;;
nod their silly, unreasonable price comes
All women they recovered. ;
at bar
something a cannot be
trip to Munyon'a Island: Rlvlfra, the equalled
ousy. Mis Anthony regained her
9 it poise all the
new designs
famous Sea Gardens, ibe Inlet\ or else
Miss Anthony was'not' often uiirca- "Would Mr. Pearson have to If be ; A
go gain. gold strong for the
price.Only .
9 noble and had bad little occasion for did not wish?" In stately surprise where. Special low rates: until February and the popular ,

Jealousy. She hardly could have ex- "Yes Any citizen liable to such 'Im, on the Inunch:: RoBHllud, A. D. Mer. Lawn for '
I 6 and 6 cts 1O cents ones, too at 12 1.2c'
i mud It herself,:but her annoyance dru ft." chant, niHstcr. $ _

jut. the |girl{ and,her resuiitiycut: to- <'Bnt-but bill own Justness?" inter.' r
ard her lover bad begun when be I I l'OMI'I11I1Isil Darling. "" "" "" ""' ''''''''' -
hud nuked tho' namo' of the nov) employee ) ;I "Quite n secondary matter In the eyes For SaleA 9 e ,; k
and John bad replied/ "Auna I III.u'Uult of tho law 4
replied the young man.. 1f. i''c
0 $7< BrosiuHFpiing motor Bewing! / ma I '
j .
..n41 in such
4 I I a case Is no Message: $ .
The tiny flames bud been tunned'und 'I sent to the citizen's friends! questioned chine. 'Original. cost! was $7] ; will ell
'reused'' Ijy every word of praise for MJHS Anthony. for $25. 11 M Potter, Flat lion' > Building

Site Dnrllag that ? the: uueun. eious : "Certainly.. If Mr. Pearson had any ., a. BRJ-tNNING BROS. H r ,
ri'iirsou had stupidly uttered until oho clerk or secretary la Wg office tho deputy ) HEALTH.
I'ould'bonirlt.no\ lotifjor. She'niugnlned marshal would likely! ) notify that 7
Means the ability to do a good day'swork.
'11* satisfaction with the girl's work I person, and Mr. Pearson could send a a nlj' I,
Into love for the girl herself, and sho II message to his family If he has one." 'without undue fatigue and ,to
felt for' tho moment''''quite justified Inleuuiiiillng Miss Anthony and Miss Darling exchanged find life worth living. You'cannot L DIES' OUtFIUCERS; ; ;

( her dlschl rgo. v glances. They knew that MI' have .Indigestion. or constipation }Cd t

But with the. next day's light Miss Pearson bud no family and at the time without its upsetting/ the liver and WEST PALM BE ACH FLA ;
I Anthony's good 'sense and love of fair lot. his unwelcome seizure be had no polluting tha blood. Such 'a condition ; ,.

pluy reasserted itself "How. silly I clerk, and Mlsa Anthony knew why no may be best and quickest relieved by -
was," she thought. message had been sent to her i
She resolved to send him a little note "And Mr. Pearson cannot come away. Herblne!. the best liver regulator that $ -

or n telephone message, but decided to lie la-he Is held there?" the world has ever known. ,
wait until evening/ : Ite was to take her "Held by the government," he replied Mrs. D W. Smith writes: April 3, ft I'O', ,f0,,,,,,r r 'N'

to the opera,And on the way silo would smilingly 1902: "1 use Ilerblne. and find it the
conft'Ha her nnreftBOua bleness. Mlsa'Anthony thanked him courteously best medicine( for constipation'and -- -

The evening passed, and no John and ly, be passed on. regulating the liver I ever uRed."- 50n. ti
no mcHHiiKH to explain. his absence. Teu Mine Darling! 'unlocked the door, and Sold 'by A. O. Riegel.w If you wnm' anytl) .ing( in the sporting Broaclwell & Moore
o'clock, 10SO:: !' "I wou't bo foolish:?' she the two girls' entered the office. .. lo'Od line', call and see our assortment.B. .
thought firmly I'll call him up by "Is the work Mr. Pearson wanted M Potter, Flat Iron Building. .

phone and tell him I want to say good< I done all stenographic work?" Idles An- '\.' Druggists ;r
night" thony asked
She.had often done this;, when It had "Not all. There are some abstracts to ----- Jeltelson Klock WEST 1'ALM 'liEACHHuyler's '
I Wes.iic::: :: 'z 1
not been possible' for.John rto come to bo copied llI1d"I I. 'Winter J/otcTs I ITh r
I her. She smiled happily. \ sho rang the : "I shall help you|" with gentle decl- Candies
3 bell and called for the 1'pnl':401relli.: nlon. Ihsnntylocated) onib"lakefront, +

dcnce John* lived with his brother, and ,, When the! grand\ Jury adjourned United e Holland pommnmliiiir Hn.. *t.-w of Lake Biltmore Cream t
die Uiiyul
She recognized uoiiHek'eeper's( voiceIn note to Juryman, Pearson I Tate Springs Mineral Water rM1
reply to her call: but he* face,fell at ,, "MIss Darling and I have your work West Palm Beach '
I the menHnjrt 'Mr. John had not been nearly done," read the astonished Pear Every convenience and comfort at I

l home and N\I; < Barnes youkl,get no reply I, son 'Please come to me as soon aa L. D. Lockwood, Proprietor moderate prices I3fMall orders promptly filled.
, to frequent calls over the phone to you are released. I think we had better -
1 -j the oluct. I I; arrange matters so that If you are held the Lake I
i The next morning Miss Anthony i by the government again you will have IiakeViecuFronting. Sr o is o 7.09.oy o St o7e o7.o7ro 9eo9.ot.o t.ny,o knit o7.o7eo9e o7eost sit o7e o9e o7.07.o
with similar : Royal Polnclana o o o o. o o o. o o. o. O O O.{o.to.to.to.lpRo.luRuktSK o 1;
calf: 9! Mrs Barnes again, some one to whom a message must be. It,; KO.toko0 0
results. Mr. John did not come home, sent. I I' and WhitehallOlive 5,
I and there was evidently no one at his greet between the Bridge an 1 Catholic: Church Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold oY ,2

office. Removing the Shatter. I I Bathe |a per day, special rates by week M KS. J. C, LAUTHER.: !; Prop. 0101 53

, Miss Anthony. was ontlnlly a woman An uptown man who may be designated :, I Ito i 00'Ii I ,i, ',, t
of action. She dressed herself In a ns Mr. Blank was asked by his NOW : I
sort 53
most becoming street costume and a., wife the other day to aid hi removingInside The Barman A Winter that I' II ,'I

I half hour later was, entering the great shutters from windows throughout will Please you. I 1 an) After 53
' office building on Congress street Pear- I the house so that they could be I o. 53
I I son's office was closed the door locked. washed. Being In a hurry, be asked i Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located.' AH Modern Improvements Ito 0.11 55, pil0
"He wasn't there all day yesterday," bill better half to defer the matter un WM. D. VAN'T WOUD Box 197, West Palm Beach; Fla.
volunteered thp elevator buy. I til his return from the office. "I'll dot --- -- Select Boarding-House of- 55

"But surely Homo one was," Insisted I myself," was her retort. "Don't," ,. High Order I III Your F FUrftllre Trade 1 .t '
re }
Miss Anthony. "The young lady""She was Mr. B.'s counsel as he departed; ]me( .n arQt tot Q Located on Olive St., near 0 ,
came in the morning, but went "women don't understand such work.. the Lake Front o 55 0, t ? I ,
away again Immediately," be answered. This of course only more firmly decided Ito 6
other Table nervlce
and modern convenlonoei.
Kleotrlo Llghlo. hot and cold bath., 0.11 ,
Miss Anthony was quick to resolve I Mrs. Blank to go ahead, and when the boat. llatei .8 to eta a w....k. VorroHpunileiino;millolteH.- 55 '
and equally quick to execute 'She consulted Blank returned that night he found MRS D-UANK UAK1.1NO I'roll.let. i ,,
Ita ':.
the Ilrectory and took a car for the shutters down. Ills wife was nursing Ito '
Arlington, At the door of a neat little several I lacerated fingers, but she :, Corner Olive Datura Streets nad ,t' Iron Bed and Spring, 0 ..t k

cottage the paused Yes, there was the wore a triumphant air, "The screw-I j! The NorthernThe Furnished Rooms with OJl o .J
name, Darling, on the doorplate What driver slipped once or twice," explained only. 25 It'" .
could she say to the girl even 1C she In response to his inquiring -
Hot and cold bath, toilet, electric lights and all modern cnnveniences. Locatednear 25 ALL MOSS MATTRESS i
found her.? Did she really expect to- believe glance at her bandaged dIgits "Screw I .
Worth. Quiet pleasant place. For particulars o
that she and'JobnTben she lifted in I 23ox
driver slipped repeated Mr. B. a THE NORTHERN
I I Only $;.875
her head Was she going to womanl 2
proudly. dazed tone. "Great snakes, -
k'o ko
be silly again? Something had happened You don't mean to say you unscrewed I _NOVEMBER 10 I i01o 0", '
to John, and Ulan Darling might be all the shutter hinges?" "Of course," !I PalmsOPEN 1 Four-Story AdI o>r -- Ito o :
able to aid her In learning what It was said his wife complacently. "What elnll.> Built.A ,w '
When Miss Darling entered the room other way could I get the shutters ,I o Nice. 30x 60 Rugs rx 1
Miss Anthony hardly could restrain the down?" For answer Blank lifted a l largo horn Ilka hotel. weH-appolntAl" aol beautifully located" giving\ the ennifurri the ItoyalPoinciana wltkouttheeoetof -. 0.11 00Ifo
1 Hltnnted nnpoxlta
Impulse to take her In her arms, sucha shutter and pulled the pin out of one Betel the White more extenxlve wnltrnwM., oaro.nlortrlo. IwIlM,on goool l needorth !. and boa U nit\', Only $1.40 It
pretty, timid looking little thing of the hinges, showing that the taking Ratty : J.5O cud $!II per clay..I> clal ratty by the week.. THE PALMS Wed palm Be.ch"Seag'le gO Eo ? (i ',

hardly more than a child. Her eyes down of each shutter only Involved the OPEN oo do

were visibly red, with weeping, and removal of two pIns When he figured House :"g oo y
had when Miss Anthony asked her If she her that there were ten pairs of shutters I krson !Yo! Singer Sewing Machines' Ii; I+
been at work the day before and each pair required the driving of No. i' 0 7

face Mid colored painfully. sixteen screws to put them up he "A HOME AWAY FROfl HOME" fi*o For Sale or Rent ; fyir ,

the Anthony explained enough of swore while his wife wept-Phlladel- Centrally located end near Lake Worth: Cool, airy room bent table.erviea Ifo 0.11 Ifo 0.11
situation for Mlsa Darling to understand
phla Record. Special Rates by the Week or Month 0.11
the reason for her visit and Rates $aoo Per 'Oay' Ifo Ito 0",
F, V BEAGLE, Proprietor {
then Mist Darling .told.her own story ..... Fla.d Faro, 9
Wb.n ModJ.
hurriedly. Count Boyenta. Mme. Modjeska's NOW OPEN il J. B.' M<2GINLEY Ii 1tl ?
"I.have been wltti) Mr. Pearson nearlya husband, was arranging, with Senator A Select i
month and supposed my work: was Modjeska's first appearancein Btiggs, Cottage Ito -
entirely satisfactory,, I went to work: Tabor for Winter Home ,

;hardly yesterday entered morning the office as usual when, but: the I telephone had* art Denver In Denver and tho asked founder what of parts dramatic she. I Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking. No consumptives Taken Y i Clematis; Avenue, Opposite SchoolD. rx!00

bell ranIOn/; answering it I played. said the count "there is_ 'Ma- EvernlStreet,, Near Lake Worth West Palm Beach, Florida Ito 0.11 IfJl
found it was Mr, Pearson speaking. lie "Well, MRS H. E. BRIQQS Proprietress 0.11 IfJl 00Ifo
said that he. should my'servlces ry Stuart 00
require wrote It?" asked Tabor I 0.11
no longer and would mall ,me a check "AVho"Schiller said the count OPENS oX 00ltotso7toltoleolso7totsoteoleo7seteelto

for two months',salary."; "Is be a first class dramatist?" asked The Virginia I I ORCBrIB FIRST ortoatoltortoKokoltoStoStoatoROltok'R
She paused choking back a sob Mlsa. Tabor. I uR okoetostortokoetostortoetoleoROetott. .o.u.u. _u.u.o.o.o.o.o
Anthony blushed with shame and regret said the count "HeIs ,
"Surely, surely
most illustrious." Centrally. Located Hot and Cold Baths ElectrltfLarva. LlAhta Throughout: W. FENT0N' & e0.r
"I left the'otftce immediately. of umpbl I Never heard of him," commented :- I Cool Rooms.'and Cnhilna' the bnt; Rates. '2.OOPirDny. It eclel. Raba by : .
course. I 'cannot understand it, for I sad from train
Tabor. "What else does she the week or month. Carrlegeiruelu with how to -
was at work on tome papers that Mr. t .; MRS. A. L. HAUGH, Proprietress. ;Undertakers and
Pearson to have fin- do't" I : :
was anxious
very .. 'As You Like It,' 'Antony and Cleopatra NOW OPEN
tubed this week.-work that another I

stenographer could not well take up. ,' wrote'Macbetn'them't""Shakespellre Th' Keystone Datura Street, near m: balmers
"Who -
And"h hesitated-fat' yet I have ." Center of Town ::

not received the check:*- he? Good writer?" home 'Street WEST :PALM BEACH. FLA'CITY
"How's Gruber Block. Narcissus!
Mlait Anthony spoke rapidly and with excellent" An Ideal F.mlly.HoteS. Good cooking; and well-ventilated sleeping rooms.
decIsion "Miss Darling. I am convinced "Excellent) ruminatively Hot ana Cold Baths and modren Improvements Rates $a.oo per day, special fates
that there Is some mistake. I "Well" said Tabor by the week.. .MRS. BEN].' COOK,- Prop..'West palm Beach, Florida .
be all right all)
fellows may .
know "those MEAT MARKET
Mr. Pearson satisfied with '
WM there but they ain't well enough known NOW OPEN; .
;your ". I' "
"Do work. 'Dorlln to suit the people out here. What we ; Clematis Ave T. A. .BE:ASTER, Proprietor
think asked Mlsa *
: somethingthat s
eagerly, "that It was not Mr, Pearson.... want H something popular Q. S1n \ f'-tt Bs Two block Gante
that It was a hoax?* everybody'ouea of. tI tell you us ,, -we tolR.R. Florida *..d. Weslern' Meats .1'oultry, -.aud'gg .

"I hardly know iwhat' to think.'" returned -what Her give Week- I I Large airy rooms." Batn- and, other' conveniences. Table as good as the be.f.I ,. Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention! .

so,sure Miss"that'Anthony, Pearson evasively U,.,pleased"but 1Itn Jsometttln Jy.1 ot Hoyt'.r'-Harper's( I Rates West$6' a Palm week B to

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Arrival andDeparture No Secret About It PROFESSIONAL. CARDS- i Geo. S. Hacker- & Son I Florida East Coast Railway.Local

tl is no secret, that for Cuts, Hums .

Ulcers Fever Sorer, Sore Eyes, Boils .,,_ .. .. .. LAW
of Trains -T -- -- -
etc.Arnica, nothing Salve.isao" It effective didn't as take Buckle long to', c. C. (JllrLI INU\V4)If'U Time Card No. 64, In Effect January 9, 1906.

cure ,bad sore I had and It is all O. K> % n t th IiORT -BOUND-REAO up.
f SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. for sore eyes" writes D. L. Gregory, of ATTORNEY AND CuUftKI-UOR 80UTH.BOUND-R Ens D DOWN y --- --

b. Southbound No. 23. Miami and Nassau Hope, Tex.. 25c at all drug stores "'* West Paint U Hcli, e Fla.rj.120. B'' 1 No 69'No.-D6 NO. jig No."S nATIONS I No.7S No.Dally 75 No. a. No 9Vally -;

Special, will leave Jacksonville at 8 a. : 4)) Vally Daily Dally Dally Dally- \)"l1yiWp
O.Attorney. C.HUI I --'"'; ..... "i'8' 'j; 'T4 P 4 ; 411
m., reach West Palm Beach at 5:05: p. m Fine line of latest style visiting! : 720P 9 N s -.00....... Lv.'OanJaOkior. vlillU....?Lp e m P ,... .... 7 sa a... a
and after the lake to the Baal cards and latest In letters, at The. /2H P 928 .. .. St, AUK"tln".. ... 20 p II aU p 880 a 7 40
crooning Tropical Sun. Call and sea sample, ami CoiiuuttllartttLtuvWEST p sp"p I 4U P 10 1111 81a\ a..9..U5.... a ? ...."........I1..lIn'I.. ,........... .. 8 lit!! !p .... 6 4i a. a
Side hotels will leave the station here at P\LM' BEACH FLORIDA 811 P NO a 94e 5 LV.-. ......Reat. l'uh.lka..V. _8 26 A 8tt 12. a .816 .eii
10'0'p 887 pit
5:40: p. m., reaching Miami at 7:25: p. ui,. :uu i 4rn 65 10 i0 A r............ PlLlluks ....?... v e.(I() P 600P "T' Jb .
It A
Cure 1*. It H ANN' NU, Jf 1 1V5 L a : t 46 P 7 00 p It O a D 20 !.'............ Pajatkii ...,.......-At, W 7 00 t 6 66 a .1 O ,
L Thin train will be composed entlrelyofparlor OnoM'nuteCough 1 H ; ._ D 69 p -e'011 "p Pl$66 ......7 Ar.........., Sanbintouy.; .....,..tv 105 p 1 05 p..... .. .. F ,
carl, for which extra seat fan For Coughs Colds and Croup. l-'ovnueUor-at-Law. 'jj"00',, 7b6 8 W a a.8 0a a Lv..........Ban Maioo ,.......... 7 511 .LIIL.I! 8 00_.! 800 t
: will be Attorney aud ,rsQWce 1 Oil p ........... Lv.,.......'......K '............'.."..i e1 P ............ .45 a--:
W_ charged ( over Bank.lWEST ) 718 plTp............ .. ...,.....,.nuouolls..?....?..., :: : : p............ 'SO a.
: :: t9
: :::::: : ,12 p.
'' Local mall and No. 29 will FLAdIGDICAt 782 p, ... ., ........ ... ....... p.. .... 422 a. ,
express PALM. BEACH. : MANUFACTURERS OJ ...,........ 7 40 01220 P. 1104. ,....,. .I.JUpo..L........ ........... .' .11.8. p ........ ...
( tj leave Jacksonville at 9:20: a. in., arrive --..--"""--- .- ............ 821 p .......... 1112 a a ............ Ormond.,.....?. ": 4 ,, p 4 2g P 810/ a ., ''J .
? L. A WILSON 1180 p 884 ,pljoj P ? ,.........Daylong .......... 882 p .18 P 887 a c 12 .
West Palm Beach m Return- AND .i.URGlc.lL.7 1120
at 7:56: p. .. Doors Sa&hv 11 60 p 8 40 p 1 06 p .a ,.....,.YortUrenge.,....,.. 811 p....,....... S.25 a
_. -_ _.. ..;"..__. ___. _,. ___ 1 ,. ..., S 67 p 116 p...... ...
t log: from tile East Side this train will 12 "; I B9 11 44; a Ar.,.......New 'myrna..I.v" ,8 2ILp ..8 8..P a U2 a 1 II a
and MANUFACTUllBll" : OP 11. V. II(14)f'M. OHO : 20 a 9 20<'p p p ....,,... Lake llolell .........Lv t2 411P IZ 4n p e fi I' "n P
leave West Palm Beach at 8:31: m. 4 41 pAr. .. c
,/ p. A. Blinds, MouldingsAND 30 Th i. i 21 a 4 44 "|I' 4b. .i.....Orange. (Clty ........ 1288.p n' 11& p S49 t' P
.65 )p
: reach Miami at 10:55: p. m. Boots and Shoes PHYSICIAN SUHOEONOHlce 10 10 80 45 ,a1081),10'8 a a II 00 I' 4 00 I' ." ,OriuiKO City Junction., 12 HOOT 1'I'' !SO p e.. 4U pI28U !
........I-v Db I4cj 8 h: j
3 '( Southbound No. 35 Palm Beach and uver I'oHur'H bicycle utoio.. WEST.: iI U-8 p TIJ'2 111 1164........... Lv..New" ...,.......... Oak Smyrna.JJIII ,.....,...-.!., I 44 p p.......... 11 24 a a ?
;; Miami Express, will leave Jacksonville PALM. BEACH U..hlo"co near UoyalPolnrtonu. 2ii";; 10 111\6 80 P 2 4tl P P i Ar.,.........,Tllinvlllo.........,.. !.2 u p II. jBp .
( Repairing In All Kinds of L o.er! llotul. PALM_ DI ACll. 131ouTTit Building Material "' p ... .1241.........;. r............:an-'-T'........,.. v I12i!g 1120 a. -
at 4:20 p. in, arrive at West Palm Beach -- ra- ii o 980-.. II 40 a :....... Lv.............Jiaofnrd..,..........Ae ............ ............ Ala I al8 ,1 s
.11 20
t"t; 4:10 a. m. Returning from the Eart Goods Neatly HODe..&'" ; M. !>.. CHARLESTON. S C. TI-" i a, 'filli2 4r. f; .........:Tiiutvuia.....; .Ar T'otfP -nrp '14s1 1 ?,"i g
li6j ?
T 1 v ...........Lv 1 ai .........,, I 011
i / ........... ......... Cocnn q. a ,
,i bide this train will leave West Palm a..I3.IIIJ W.t't', PALM HBAtIM: MA M.......... 117 I> 821 p'. .. ; .........RoSkledga ....." "" 181 P ............ 1768 sr ..
i t Beach station at a. m., reaching Miami ---------.-- ------ gar Largest,Factory South ...:;::;"::,: 122 P 826 880 P .124 p ....ltocklo Us........,.. :' 1 24 P f 10 1 I' ......... ".
{ 3 Indian Tanned Buckskin: DJiN1AL' ..-.l7. 0o ni t H p ........,... .......?,..Irlail!!: .....,,,.. t i A I Up..... ...... 1222 a....
I 7:30 a. m. No. 35 will carry buffet .. ern' Fn nrire" ? ... ...........Molbourne......". 142 P .. ....... 12 U a. '..
?. .. ... ... IA a .21 .. .. ........ 1150 ......,. II 27 ..
p........1.,... ....... ..liIebRHII..n ? p.
d 4 sleepers and day coaches. I>II. R. II. !lUCY I>U,.TH N. X K.:W M AN ............ 145 a .69)' ) .. .... .. .8t. Lucie. ........ II 01 a......... IQ.d1l p
i S and Horsehide ShoesFOR 1 a e 4t p il85 'p .. ...?...Fort tierce.....".. ". 10 M. \, "pit) IIU pt257 1
No. 99 with buffet sleeper, drawingroom Drs. MACY & NEWMAN 4'2 a 200 a e00 )p ....., ..?........ Tthbaue ...,...-. :: 10 a! a........... iI 67 p .
car and day coaches, leases Jacksonville ... N OTIOKJfollco ............ 2 2 25 2\1 s 0 8 20 24.P .......,.... :: .......... ....Edon............... 10 18 a... ... ... t68 p. ."....
-" :::::::::: a 82\1 ..... ..._-. ....Jen..n ..... ... .., :: lot5'a.,.... .... 448 p. .....
NTIS18 ----"--- 212 a p ::. .
at 8:20 p. "tn., arriving at West TENDER FEET ,, ; :. _....... 146 881! ....... ,.-.. Stuart ......l...?, 1 10 U4. a y. : .. 1187 p. ..
? a p. ; :lobe. ........ iI) 68 !......... .. 08 .
I r
.. ........ "..... Sound p.
PalmBeach at 6:07: a. m. and after its Olive St, North ol New Jefferson Bio Office in Jefferson Block lulioroliy given that ..hnll.oll Inc SOtli ._.,.............,. !8) 83 14 s a 7 7 M 21 p r> .-..-.,........ ...'..Wo.t Jupltea.u,... "AI sl,,. ........ 11'" p ,... .,..".
return from the Ea3t Side leaves West WEST PALM 11EACH. FLORIDA day of January. A. 1>, 1IXHI,apply to the 11,,".A; 007' : 410 a 7Mp" Db pAr.,... Wet 1'.110 Bench .... 8 60 all11'S8 a a 13 p 11 00 p
a 1ao Lo........ p..lm BORCh .....,...Ly II 40 a 1a( 26 a It 03 P 10.>0 I'
ot Dodo (: F1or1tin 1l 1- a/ 50 a 8 21 p
Palm Beach at 6:27: a. m., reaching ". K. HolmT, Cnnnly' Judge 'minty. 8 17 I' .. ...,.We PalmBoach..At 810 alOO( .782 p10m P
i '". J. H LIlUtY l far llr til discharge. adintniHtinUii'of' th' l 82791100 a B 81 p 640 P ....... ....... Lr T 48 ...,.._ 7 18
D i A up ..... 8 69 ......,..... .... Boynton ? p. ?
Miami .... O 28 a p :: .
8:30: a. m.NORTHBOUND e.t..lo.or John llonr.v Until, cluvi'iinod.r .. ........... ft 88 \V 08 p............ ... ......... ..a' i55 a........... 708 p. ...?....
S. H. RICHMOND Agent UtMltlMtUllluo a .. .. .. ..... ,? II 4H a .. ... ... 1100 P ...,.......
...... .Furt Lautlurdnle.Nk
: .... 10 00 ,
) tlild 18i.li diy of J"Iy.n. lied I ... 683 a p .. .
I TRAINS. I''r .. .. .. 942 a .. ,.? ... SOU p. .. ......
Flint door west L,of Dad"Conur3' 'Suite! JOAN s. WU .:.r.'I'IUt. ::.:.:: 6 6 64 42 a 10 10 00 SO P ...."....?.. ....M........ffnllaodnle! ,.. .... :": tl130 a ........... 6 48 p.. 1 ...
a p. :": '
i' Train No. 78 local mail and express Perrine Grant"Land Company ', nllllk. : AdinlntBtiatairor! ilia Kotnto of John bury H!>:!'I I, 7 20 a 10 45 P .....,...... ....... "omon City: ........ 6 08 a ...? ft 21 p.... ...
..... ......MIRmt..Lv 8011" a i& a A 10 p a 20 p 4
r' d with buffet cars and day coaches leaves WENT PALM UEAOli. Kl.OltDA! "OII""d. 880'. .;a o 7 so alO o&,, p 726 pAr.. LV I ..........Mtaml........ Ar .......,. .,*........ B 00 I( p ...
4- ? I Miami at 6 a. in., arrives at West Palm KKAI.1 ESTATK.CUTLER. '"!.. 10 800 80 a.r.a............ .... Atf....... HBulTet eiiUiaJ ......1} LV ....'....... ............1880 JJ -...

q Beach at 8:15: a. m., and after its return FLORIDA ---'- I'I. Parlor Cars on trains 28,%78,71. Duffel Sleeping Carl. an fralut 85, 09,28, 98.

t Dally except IIlInd.y.I .
from the East Side leaves this city at 8:50: .amvsna ammalaKILLTHE I c -
4 f' a.OI. reacbingjacksonvilleat7:3op.m.: COUCH .
J+" Northbound No. 74, Miami and Nassau I I No. 23 NoT iTf N'-;: 29f-Ho";;. 3Nfr.i,1'Nfc.liflNo-} | [ 89 No. 93*No..J I 1&0

il' Special composed exclusively of.buffet AND CURE THE Lurrcs SOUTHBOUND Dally Dally_ Pally Pally E x.s nIE'R Mon Dill Y Dallr 0."> Bi.! lliJn:."
J. B. McaiNLBY
parlor cars will leave Miami at 8:15: a. : 11Lv Jauksonvllle 800 a 000 I( a 929< a 110( p ZBOplBOO I( p42O p 8 20 p880 90l P
-- WITH Dr. King's Ar 8t. AngUHlInc 000 a 10 00 alto 80 a 2 10' p 8 W\ )p| 4 00 p B 80,. p .8 20 p B 80 p 10 00..p
m arrive at West Palm Beach 10 a. m. I INfJV --
k -
32"Ma: 82tNo.; W.I .
74* No. 30t No. 78tlgo.44"No No. 28f No. 98tNo.
stations this No.
t After going to East Side
Dally Dolly
train will leave West Palm Beach at Funeral Directorand 'SEED Gi I NORTHBOUND Dally Dally Dally En.Dally Sun Er. Sun Dally r | Daily' Dally Ei. Sun
covery j\i2i\ "j -
e5 10:25: a. m., reaching Jacksonville at .. LV 8U Augustine 640 j pel; ?) p 820 ; p 11 JOA llll 40 a 8 80 a 7 40 820 7 ->S 'a
Make tare. a ylol"of eunntav.n4quality. ONSUIV7PTI3N: 'I I r Jacksonville. T 40( 710 p 780 pia 10 Sl2 40J> 7 40 a| 84O 9 20 a '8....5..!
dz =40. W hug ruttier piunl.dI
7 your
: EGO & E1.OO1 rarlo.Car.and extra.cat faro will bo cbargo.t.t .
erry a: they were the b..t on the FOR OUGHSand e Trains composed exclusively Pullman or
No. 98 with buffet sleeper, drawing market bill they blven' Improve 'OLDS Free TrIal. i Day coaches operated on theaa trains on which no extra or teat r.rol. charged.
and coaches leaves Miamiat ''n" ever al".... We are expert. In -
room cars ;day a..vpraml vegetnhteeeeds..
Embalmer No. 17
8:20: p. m., arrives at West Palm lean Need;" Annnsl beautifully IOu.tm.ad .. Surest and Quickest Cure for all No. 1..3 No. a I No. 10 Dopy N o. t8 N 0. Ao No.l '
Iru to u.I applleunta.D THROAT and LUNG: :THOTJB- Only Flun. ,rx. 1II"Ylor. Braueh 8un. Dally
Beach 10:25: p. m., goes to the East Side M. FERRY II c0. Detroit, Mich. I LES MONEY BACK. Only Onlr: Dan, Snll. Only ,
and leaves here for Jacksonville at 10:55: Both licensed by the' Stat to embalm! or -?"'" 700P 1010.800 X16: Ly..Jack.onvll1o "__. 6 9o l9(p i :-::::::::
,_ II 11.60 4 ISO .......,.
\\I 40 10 ISO a 8 40 P 8 64 a Ar..PRblo e..cb. ? ISO a a
p. in., reaching the latter place at 8:40: and) prepare bodien, for shipment. .- .. 245 P p1055 845 p 869 to M..AtlanloBeacb.. .__ 841).11 48 a 446 p. ......_
a. m.t ... BOO plIt, 10 a 7 00 p 915 a ........,... Mayport..Ly 8 80 a 11 8Q a 4 SO P ..........


1 j ( Miami Express, composed of conches -- ,, -
and buffet sleeper and makes all stops.i Southern Railway) Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships ol Ida P. A 0. S. S... Company for

i Will leave Miami at 5:10: p. m., reach GEO. HASLEHURST' & SON Havana Key West and Nassau..
West Palm Beach at 7:3& m. After
p. Two Trains Daily Washington and New York. Three Sailings Each Week.
going to the East Side this train will Contractors Builders

leave West Palm' Beach station at 8:13: Sf IIKr>Ut.H RFFKCTIVR: r !: NOVEMBER id, 1K( >5 Trains discharge passengers at chip's tide. No transfer

t p.m., reaching Jacksonville 7:40 a. m. P. O. BOX 304 TheseTlmeTablesshowthetime.atwhichtrain.maybeaxpso' tedtearriveStsoddepart
No.a4No.n\ 1 TwnT',dr. Mart I INj1 t ;So Ito.l Yorth'andWeat NaigNo.18n : from the aevoral; stations, but their :arrival or departure at the umea Stated! la not guarantee
111 1kt NOTICE TO CREDITORS. : Sorts this Company be held responsible for anj delays. or any oonaMuenoea 81'18101'horelrom.,

Judge State of FOR SALE 7 550 LV J"ckllOlIvlll.xr 7 46 I> '7 45p,.. JllckiO"Vle.SOR. N UIIIII filly', Situ For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information e
In Court _ot County U4OR104upLV J..II1 An SArp 1040pI03""I' Ieaeup. !loRy L.I/ 0lop
1 T Dade -County.In 12 "SEE
Florida 6 OUR Ar Columbia f.v j 401111 6 Hen 5 ton Ar Allllnla, Bo Ry I.I I II 1 lisp 10 Hill THE
the matter of thq estate of PrinceJ. one of the most beautifully -to top: 9SSR Ar Charlotte L. 0MI, I I2 lop 10860 l r,50 nAr Hume. $0.Ry t...' IIufp 6Ylip, J. D. RAHNER. Asst.Uen'I Pass. Aet.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
I llnt75rp. Ar G..u.b..ro Lv 7011" H 1I'.a' 11111111 Ar Dalton Bo RX.I. 74r., 8 1p
Baker.To II 11111 a 10 Ar D.IIvIBe Lv. II H7p e 511. 10011 f 41ut AI" Clu.tlanUOIC"' l' lv 1111I1))> Nap\'
situated homesin 5 aop\r Lexlnttm. ,.10 R f.V ,,0 Mil c628p f

all creditors legatees dietribt I II 421'I Ar Richmond Lv129Op11801)- 7401'Ar hchu/llt Q It Lv SHill", ____ _ _____ h. .___
t utees and all persons' having claims of Florida. 18 411pjLv LIaclu"RlI, tug 4 ArI T 811ii 1tisIWx
10..IAr Chicago Big 4 rtl180
"' demands against said estate. aUI' Ar Lynchburg Lv 8 11\1'\' ilIA.
HlI'Ar le L14"1' 1'; a
f You and each of you are hereby notified One hundred and ninety feet abovesea 9 Sop A5ol( Ar Wa.hlngton I.v tel filII II/\t'p/" =t8 PjLVCln."pu.pat.1n"8ArI1l45I1L:
u ;al 11351' I\r althnore. Lv S l2n InVI Cln n'atl.Cli&I-ti 4 a)4S -
and required to present any level, overlooking clear spring fed .3511 ArWo..t. Philadelphia Lv 8 HA". 55ap _:. .45PjLV Chlcngo.MououIt l.vl 1 002p.iL

claims or demands which you or lake, with views of bills for some miles. U3U Ar _New .York 212 !ltm_'125p. 94,' C'lntllu..tI.CH&D Art 7

either of you may have against the Absolutely healthy with delightful Nos Dally, 33 and Pullmou M4-'.New Drswing York.and Roont Florlda 81..pln.Expreas. Car. I 7a3nAr 5 :lOll/Ar Toledo Detroit. CHit l' AI D I..)'II 0 Ollm

'. estate of Prince J. Baker, deceased country for riding and driving. 1'artTampaanti Jack. -yule to.N..w. York. 9atprvcinciti-ball i Big .Krlll50.II .

late of Dade County Florida to the I 47aArClevelnnd' Ines ,: :.J./
Noe ag and 30u"W..hlnglnn sod Florida ] ;Lv Lexinqton i< S-ti.y; '\IH! Ill "
undersigned administratrix of said estate Spacious Residence Limita r Dally Pullman Drawing Room Sleep. I sill 5 :Ar Ioulllvl\l.\ .. Soily L' 74't.\ -
Ing C e. Jacksonville to New York
within two years from the date y Man '\rlt 1.0111. SoNy f. i 199q) ', 25 Rooms.. No, o hmngh Inn.1 of l41 II nn Ar Annl.l.ou. So Ry
hereof. Mp Lv Jackwvl'ife,. PlAr Ii Wa 11450 Ar Birmingham. s 1"1" HIII'I .
Dated January 30. A. D., 1906. !IIAII: I.v ..oo.... h.C" A. 5UII 8061'ArMamphis Frisco
Possession at furnished II 11011 Ar Columbia 8.C Iv I/&R H lug Ar Kansas C Iy." 1 '
( Rosa E. Baker. once completely 1 AUp Ar Ashvllla. N. C. I.v 4 lop l"a 3<> Lv Memphis i X '-- y'i, i 121Fr
if desired for this Benson. An ideal 111171> A. Hot Spring.. N. C. Lv I 12 40p PI,\r Hot aprings. Lv"46m61HI1or \_
Administratrix of the estate of L
place for wealthy family. ICllo"vllle.T..nu I.v 1Ihr." --- --
? R /Sox Ar Louisville. Ky. Lv 7 Vol' Nrw 13 and 14-Dally. Solid Vestibule trala
Prince J. Baker deceased.
A' coaches and Pullman .
4 Ar 5t Lou151o. Lv 100 a through day sleeping cars
Three hundred-and seventy-five Acres, 8 Ifill A. Clnclnnat, Ohio tv Slup .Iaeksonvilleto Cluclnnotl.No. .

and o-D.lly Pulln.lln'Drawlnl'RoOm :-lo. IS ant, 14-I'uIJmlln Ura\\'nrtt} Room Ble..p.
71 POLE 3lOAPEY TAn sixty of which is in choice budded fruit. and Buffet sleeping. Car between. Jacksonville Ing Carl hot ween dack.onvtle., Btrmingleam
and Cincinnati; !I.n"h! : and Kansas" City.: .
..tosa.h.coagIhandt.foes Address, Box 3 Saint Leo, Now i5='TheAnont6 8p..lat.. 1'1111.
4 i ir Florida. msn Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, Jackson.
J24-IIU Pesco County, Excellent: Dining Car Service villa toAllan.a and Chattnnnogo. Passengers
For Sale Cheap. ClIO All Trains can remain iu .I..oper. lu Atlanta until 7:56 a.m..

The situated Datura
f Keystone, on

street. Apply to C. C Chngworth f T. C.. LUSK Diet. Pass. Agent 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville, P1s

W. H. TAYLOE, G. p. A.
Louisville & Nshville

Mardi Gras.

For the above occasions the Atlan- E.a.i:1roa.d: r Four Sailings Each Week Between t

wr tic Coast Line will Bell tickets from

all points In tho-State of Florida to JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK

New Orleans La., Mobile Ala., and BEST LINE TO Five Superb Trains Calllnir at Charleston, 8.Civ both wan.

Penaacola, Fla., at one fare plus 25 ,, THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THtt COASTWISE SERVICE

cents for the round trip. Tickets on Birmingham Nashville
'1 sale February 21st to 2Cth inclusive. ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN ,
tickets will be March 3d butt Direct Service Betwecu
"t Limit of Daily -
.... if a longer time is desired and the Memphis, Knoxville, JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
;' original purchaser will deposit the Louisville Cincinnati falling at Cbarletlon both way.

tickets with the authorized agent not Three to""tlie East and Two to_tlie We t.. via BBMI-WKICKLT 9AI W NOS.

G( later than March 3d, then can have 1 l SoutliboundNorthbound From Lewis Wharf, Boston

these tickets extended to midnight of St. Louis Chicago From foot ot Catherine Street, Jacksonville
March 17th on payment of fifty cents

(60). Liberal stop over> allowed. and Atlantic Coast Line CLYDE ST. JOHhi::: RIVER LINE

For full information see Atlantic Between Jacksonville and 3anford..
All Points North and WestRoute ,. ,
4 Coast Line Agents, 'or write Frank C. '. f Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bemford (Deland) and

Boylston, District Passenger Agent ...t ,i. a ,' Intermediate, Landlnga\ on the St. Johns River

c ?''tv Jacksonville Fla. of the Famous Tourist Train ", .. I-T Steamers City. of Jacksonville and Fred'k DeBarYRe

.rl dto.aHa .. J.clt oovlll.,.. excap, s.turday"'al" : : p. '
New York und Florida Special. leaves Jacksonville 12:30 p, m. daily ex, Sunday tw'ningleaveSanforddailytx.: !

Wheels for rent, at Cnmtnlngs. 9-i3-tf "Chicago & Florida Limited"Only Florida and Went Indian Limited lvs. Jacksoovllle 8:55 a. m. daily' ptsunduylat9:00a.mt _

+t New.York Express leaves Jacksonville : 8oj: a..m;daily' Southbound Sohedals' ,, Northbound
Solid Pullman Train to the West
HEADQUARTERS Chicago and Florida Limited leaver-Jacksonville 9:30 a.'m. daily ,'xDize Reed ",own. Itead DPt.e

a On Paroid and Neponset:' Roofing pa Car.with Observation. Library and Dining ( leaves Jacksonville : .,m. dally 0' ,.v.:30P'U: .... .. .. JACltflONVIII.I!: .. .... .. ? ...ArrlvlltOO'"
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always cheapest. '
pers. Loavoa St Augustine 8:211.. m. dally 4 00.111 .. ... .. .. .. ... ... ... AIiTOIt .. .. .. r 83"pm"
Eaat Coast! Lumber and Supply Com- Lenvoa JiiokMinvill. .- ..9Wa.iii.; dnlly --j: : tc : 430.. .. .. ... ... ... .. PRANCIS. ..??.. losp'nI '

f pang.t.'I ArrlvesUdcaeo Arl"lve.8t.r.oIl18 -. 3:10 5IOp.m.nextdny: i>. m. nuxt, duy ,... '. -. .. .. .. P.aSFOR.D (DeIANDJ...... .. f mpm9gosm'

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'and harramed by a bad cough? UseBallard' C. Iv. 8:03 p m. Train, Jacksonville to General Passenger and Ticket 4flice J 122 W : Bay St Jacksonville
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'r yt prompt and radical cure.. and For W..t"I.lull information. rate' full. to information all point .North call Augusta.. Oa.- leaving Jacksonville; at 8:55.: ';J* .a.. m. .... !:::: I:",'i:; : 'R.'u Moat. of 1'..Rogam..... A....airelt. .." Caetannvllle YOlk. CLY1rE, "ort.t MII.iU:. Oe\; F"'U Jk" c4'*.,,N. ,
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4 bj Buffalo gas engines in stock at Hoffktettlen Pa*. Agent l.. and N. R. R., ",:: : -
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r, jf Batteries and motorboat supplies of all!{ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure j FRANK C. BOYLBTor.. .District l'assenger Agent. SPBSG.RIBEFOR T.HHSUN '

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fTstrictiy I I Honest Man (|II j| Surgery Triumphant A

SLASH performed a famous operation fit
Hol= Breads u DR.
VCop'rllrht On a stout and wealthy patient HappyHome

[ ,lave by McClure, Phillips& Co.] who was 111 The F
When And received the universal) admiration "'
Joseph' Hike Inherited .
the tailoring Of the medical profession for his skill Irt
: bushiest It was with bill father's
andSweet dying; Injunction: "Bo honest Honesty Ho laid the patient out (hi loved to do I ill
Light And sutd: "Although/ the malady la hid.l
will always win In UK, Bud" 'TIs an Interesting case I'll I'-ill. Into 1 It." To have a happy home
One day a stranger entered the placeto So he opened up tho patient Hid' he did. New
you should have children. I YorkHerald ; .
dispose of a fine
overcoat had he Beginning with a vertical Incision
said that lie had! stolen It from a pub I lie neatly drew the floating ribs upiUJt' They are great happy-home

lic reading room half 'Then made A careful cardiac division makers. If a weak
'an hour before woman
I' And sowed a patch of canvas on the
be could have made no sale of It. What heart. you can lie made strong; '

ar*mad with be said was that he was hard up and I Finding nothing here that merited atten enough to bear healthy children <
Wanted to get out of town, and Joseph I tion.Around,
with little dis-
Hike ollerud him one-fifth the value of I the lungs hd cut a graceful pain or

the garment to help him along. Ills I I And aa curve a Spartan measure of prevention comfort to yourselfby taking n

ROYALBAKING father had helped many a man In that Ho tied a bunch of tissue with a. nerve. '

: way, and Lo proposed to follow In the I Then on the patient's brain ha operated ,Greatest Paper

'same path Ills offer was acceptedand A further fine exumplo of his pluck WrE. '* '<1'r> i; : ,
the garment left It needed a bit And his very modern. methods. demonstrated CARDUII '
of repairing, and Joseph sat down to the OF .
By removing the appendix, Just for
work with his own needle. While doIng luck.

his work he discovered a package

POWDER concealed lu the lining, and on investigating With practiced haste he' sewed the man I'
together. It A Tonic for WomenIt ,'v
lie hauled forth ten new $100 Two weeks passed by-two weeks of I Contains MoreAutomobile % H
bills bnxloua guess. I IbOam.atJon c: ,! '
Absolutely Pun That seemed a lucky find for \Mr. While tho world of science cogitated.l will ease, aU your pain, reduce .
cure leucorrhea, y
hike It looked like bread on the wa (whites) falling womb ovarian News
Antt'dyBpeptlct be eaten They could call tho operation a. success
may ters. He had been honest, and here trouble, disordered menses, backache ',
without Inconvenience was his reward. It was not all the reward Then Dr. Slash performed the amputation headache, etc., and make '
even by person he expected before he got Of a generous ten thousand dollar feo. childbirth natural and easy. Try It. ti,
They said, "A most operation,
courageous At all dealers in in
with delicate through business, but it would do for medicines
And successful
to a marvelous degree!
Than all the Other Combined
v ti.OO bottles. Papers
a starter. Ills first ,
digestionOVM thought, ns would\ -Wallace Irwin In New York Life.
hove been themes with any young man, I

RAIN,. POW........,NIW recut.GER1tANY'S .. was to walk out and take a flier on the A Haatr Coikclnnlon "DUE TO CARDVI

--.- races and end the day with a champagne Simeon Ford says that he recently I Is my baby girl now two weeks Exclusive Reports from all the '

dinner. He had even put ou his overheard one Irishman siiyto another: old,"writes Mrs.J. Priest, of Web-
SURRENDER. coat to do so when be paused and said "Tom Mullen told me not"ttiore'n! a ster City, Iowa. "She Is a fine Winter ResortsDon't (

Berlin, February 20.-A strong and to himself: mouth'ago that lie were gain Into lushness ; healthy babe and we are both doing

popular> opposition has developed in "No, I cannot do It. This money In for himself. An' the dny before nicely. I am still taking Cardul

tbe government bill extending the not mine. Very likely the man who ylsterday I sees him a-coudbuctln' a and would not be without It In
"most favored nation" treatment, on sold the coat was simply testing my sthrato kyar. Th 11111'1""Don't I the house.

honesty. If he did not know the mon- be so busty," replied the sec, j ,
tha subject of tariff concessions to the I
ey was there some one else did, and it out!, "In form 111' your conclusions.
United States until June 1907, with- would be like .-----..- --- -
stealing to take it. I will Maybe the company ain't ou to him
out obtaining the reciprocal concessions. lay it aside and try to find the owner." yltl"-New York Times J'AMESTOWN'EXPOSITION.' -.- HFET -

', In return The Agrarians manufacturers Mr. Hike advertised in a dally paper I Norfolk Va., Feb. 20.-The formal '" -..,
that lie bud found a certain of The ArlMocracT.
conservatives and liberals sum Coming opening of the Jamestown Exposition .
are alike, united In condemning thegovernment's money which the owner could have by Visitor ((10 peultpiitlnry)-Who I ls\\that
unconditional surrender.The proving property, and so forth, und be distinguished looking convict? has been set for April 26, 1907, instead .

thus cleared himself of the law, He 'al'clen-lle Is known here as No, I of May 13, 1907, as originally plant ,
of all parties have at- '
newspapers also wrote out a sign and hung; It up 1147. o ned. It was on April 26, 1607, that the
tacked Prince Von Buelow on the sub- in his shop. No one appeared to claim Visitor-He seems to gold himself I Iy
English settlers in the London Company Fail 1 d
( <11<
ject in the strongest! terms. The the money, though on several occasions aloof from his fellows. I
first debarked at Cape Henry, r
Chancellor had a conference this during the next thirty days Mr. Mike Warden-Ves. You can hardly,expect I

morning to the leaders of the principal 1- took a quick skip ,for the buck room I him to associate\ with tbe common herd. Virginia and in' the desire to fittingly 1
under the !..His trial Chi celebrate the 300th anniversary ol
Impression that a caller was costthe.state$2oqpOO.- -
parties in Reichstag and after see-
the man who sold him the coat. cago Tribune that event as well as the ter-centen- The, New York
'inn each man privately, urged them to
He need not have been alarmed. The nlal of fhe settlement at Jamestown, .

'support the government's bill. Prince seller of the coat had been sent to Nerve.y on May 13, Is found the reason for

Von Buelow Is explaining that Ger- prison for a year for felonious assault changing the date of the formal open- ?

many's surrender Is necessary owingto and was therefore safely out 'of the
ing. The celebration of the landing
the diplomatic considerations. way. Herald
anniversary, (May 13, will be made the
Germany it Is pointed out is practically As to any other owners of the-coat, .
occasion of monster celebration.
they did not seem to have learned of
isolated in Europe, and It is
their loss, though the weather was unusually '
faced by a powerful Anglo-French cold that winter. True, a detective NEW SET OF DEMANDS -r

agreement and has been check-mated came moseying around the shop New York, Feb 20.-The committeeof I

la the far east by the Anglo-Japanese and'described a stolen coat and asked While in Florida, a nd Keep In- '
miners, appointed at the joint meet-
agreement. She cannot therefore afford Mr. Hike If It had been offered for sale.

to lose America's friendship. Germany ; "Sir, I am an honest man," was the ing 'of the anthracite operators and formed on Home and Foreign Affairs

must pay, this price, the Chancellor reply miners Thursday, met at the Ashland
"But the coat might have been offer
argued, I in order to prevent the house, this morning, to formulate a s
ed here. -
Malted States tram joining In a na- more complete and 'specific set of de- '
"It might have been, and, now 1 '
tional appeal, to the patriotism of the think of It, I believe It was. I think a tr mands, than those drawn and approved w, k

;Various leaders, to the support of the redheaded man who wanted to raise $5 by the scale committee.

,bill on those grounds to help bury his mother offered the The nature of the demands, which I THE BEACH CLUB f

coat. have already become known, will in no ,

NEW DIVORCE LAW. And you bought It?" sense be changed and subcommitteeswill

Washington, Feb. 20.-The LeadersIn "Bought a stolen overcoat? How lit ..,.'1-...,.wl,, simply amplify them. and with (Incorporated ) J,1'
tle you know Joseph Hike, merchant ,
the campaign for a uniform divorce .,"'" each specified demand, there will be
tailor and honest man! 1 of course
law, from nearly every state and ter questioned him sharply and his suspicious Irate Duck-Excuse me 'sir, but submitted statistics and other data, RESTA'URANTBreakfasta' 7 1I

ritory In the United States was present answers caused me to threaten would you mind stepping off my foot? to support the contention of the demands -

at the opening of the divorce con.< his arrest" I wish to get out at tbe next corner. '

yentlon yesterday: morning at the New "Urn!I" said the detective as he sauntered Mr. Beetle-Oh, that's all right, boss. I :

Wlllard. In all there were about 150 outWhen That's my corner too-Woman's Home Leave orders at Potter's Flat ron ty.

'Delegates present, Including a number the lawyer who bought his' Companion. Building for Battle aaollne and : Luncheon : Dinnerat
clothes at the tailor shop and got a
of Governors of various states. While slight discount for legal advice as needed Feminine Clmrlty. kerosene delivery JaOtl 1U'i'III -

.a hearty welcome is extended to the told Joseph that he bad complied 'Don't you think Miss Buddlngtou

convention: there Is in Washington, with the law and that the money was has what might be termed a peachy Only 8a: Years Old. all hours >r

strong opposition to the anti-divorce now his there was no sudden ebullition complexion?" remarked the very..,.young "I am only 82 years old and don't l... d

:movement The Washington Secular of spirits. Mr. Hike had been thinking man. pect even when I get to be real old to
things over and had planned Just bow "I hadn't noticed it before," rejoined feel that Way as long as I can Ret Electric .
League met Monday night, and held\ a to use the money. There were to be bill fair companion, "but now that my Bitters," says Mrs. E. H. BrunMm, Special Orders Received for Partiesof

fleeting in which much publicity was three or four sales of goods In his line attention has been called to it I must of Dublin Ga. Surely there's nothingelse

given\ the. arguments. In favor of divorce. date and when that date admit that she has rather a frostbitten keeps the old as young and makes three or more.
at a certain ,
the weak this
as tonic
strong as grand
look. Detroit Tribune. :
Mr. Belva Lockwood, the forSner -
divided his
arrived he money
Dyspepsia, torpid liver, inflamed -;
candidate for President of th<. three men, and the sales were attendedand kidneys or chronic constipation :

United Slates, made an address in the money invested. As an honest Taking No dmncea. are unknown after taking Electric Bit '
which ha without Joseph had laid that money out ."Come straight home from school, ters' a reasonable time. Guaranteed by
advocated "divorce man
to make It return three or four told.T"'o said Rob's aunt. "Your father Is to be all druggists. Price 500.INVESTIGATION.
disgrace.. days had passed, and he was married tonight, and I want to get you 1

Governor Ponnypacker: was elected and arranging his pur- ready." BEGAN. 6...on ol 1900 1 t

president, A M. Eaton, Rhode Island, unpacking officer entered and arrested "Sure I will," said eight-year-old Itob-
chases when an New York, Feb. 20.-District Attorney -
In promptly. "I lost out on the other
A. Larue Munson, Pennsylvania, K. him. The charge was passing
wedding, and it Isn't likely that I'll Jerome, has finally begun the
T. Barton, Virginia,- and Albert It. counterfeit money, and the tailor was
miss this one too."-Judge. prosecution of the insurance officials.
Dabney, California, vice presidents? Informed that his confederates were

William }h Staak, Penn., secretary of. already in quod and had squealed. The -Worst Ever. The grand Jury today began an Investigation -
the "But my dear sir, there Is some mistake I on charges brought by FAYSHOLESPW 1
Congress "Yes, Indeed, he's the homeliest man ,
about this-some dreadful mis James D. Wells, a former official
In public life today. Haven't you ever I
ANTHRACITE MINERS DEMANDS.New / take. I am Joseph" Hike. seen him?" ''I against the officials of the Mutual: Reserve -

York, Feb. 20.-Tha work of "Right you merchant are. tailor and ,an, honest "No, but I've 'seen caricatures of Life Insurance Company It !is I 1

Preparing In detail the demands of "I am a My father died only three him." charged/ by Wells, that the president,
man. "Oh, they tatter him! You shonldsee vice and other officials :
the anthracite miners by a cdmmtttee months and before he closed his president o thecompany
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him." -Catholic Standard and TYD -
of seven, Is practically completed, and eyes be told me never to forget that Times. have liquidated judtr.entd: -

they will probably be presented to the honesty was the best policy." pe<:ured against them, as Individuals,

operators It was the United States which had Reticence. Ult of the funds of the company
today or Wednesday.
Mr Hike Ad !,his agents In Its claw
There "Does anything that on really
was a session of the committeeof goes
and the United States wanted to know TRIAL OF BERTHA CLAICHE.New .
being right?
appeal to you as entirely
seven Monday. A Joint session of all about It. It wanted to know where said the great man's friend. York, Feb. 20.-s-The trial of Sb l
miners and operators committeeswill and the plant were, and It Writer
the plates "
"Occasionally, was the answer, "but Bertha Clalche, the young French girl
be held by the end of the week, was not satisfied until Its. officers had
I don't dare let on about It for fear of
who it is alleged on July 18, shot and
when it will become known whetherthe turned the merchant tailor> shop wrong losing my standing with my constituents 1 '
I killed Emil Gordon whose slave she
In their search for tile articles. ,
demands ,wHl be accepted or rejected Hide out as a reformer."-Washington Star. 1
There- Is a growing feeling It was not satisfied even then. It I had been for years was postponed Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the Market t
that wanted some kind of a story, and Mr. He Knew the Touch. i when called In court Monday morning,

the operators are preparing to Hike rose up,and said: Mother-John, here Is a very until today, at the request of the prosecution
force Lightest Shift Lightest Running. The Champion Speed Writers or the World
a strike by refusing flatly all de- I am an honest man and I : r
l mands. In any event a long shut will tell you all about It." jng from-appeal collegeFatherThat's our boy has. toucb-I officer, who was suffering froma use it. More Fay-Sholea used in Pcnsacola: than anj other single make
cold and it was practically Impos-
flown in the mines this Is The story didn't go, but Joseph and he
summer what meant It to
did. Joseph got three sible for him to take up the case.PATRICK'S See it Before Buying.
1 forecasted, because of the Immense his associates be but I'm not so easily ,"touched" as

tonnage of coal wihch is piled up by years and the others two apiece, and. when be first began to write 'em.-Bal 1 1CHAS.
out their sentencesyet TRIAL.
served NEW
they haven't R. C. DAVIS, State Agent.
the operators timore American.
and which must be worked Joseph !In going through a
I met New York, Feb 20.-The hearing for
off, until'' a normal supply; band and when he had B. KENDALL Local
on the other day, Agent
1 Is prison Placing ol the Blame.rerkint a new trial for Albert T. Patrick, who ,
reached. related his story he added: *-You stutter Hopkins, be- was'con''Viet"d of the numler: of William At thelTroplcal Sun, ... WEST''' PALM BEACH/ FLA
was a strictly honest '
"My to follow In cause you think faster than'you talk.Hopkins Marsh Rice, which was set down -0
JOSEPH ARTHUR: DEAD. man, and he desired me -N-no. I st-st-stutter because
but see bow It has for Monday morning, was adjourneduntil
New York his footsteps, to hear what' I
February 20.-Joseph Ar- you t-t-try say

t that baa ,been aged ill fifty sometime, the playwright'who, .died this a turned man out.bury in I his prisoner buy poor an overcoat mother It., This and to'world help get b-b-before I've-said It.-Broofelyo I, Life. ','tnn!:I.. Jhe afternoon,attention as of a thfr'Court.lajfiVBtearwfcM. trial was. occupy-, .. ': ut1 l I "QI5a ry( oils: ,

i three years 'The A.prop.'t.p' : ,..,'; :, 11'_ t, ,
Morning, Hi WM ..'ofBIu'wni.Vf.fnieBUtt not;for h<)II"S' \s.Vb'ew'! 'pmfree"h1Ct. '" O rEST O\\- :;;a gO.Qh11 "
: Ala: and''other Jtf. :; ', ;, .. .mei.' ... .\ ]Modern.aelTaV; CpmposeCbllllrtn InreWffiio1aV\ : *'lt'Th dnn'tmake' r "& u'a.otf"i'Jij: 0-the: General 'tbf e'I't::' 'l on8't' mTt'J' Sfllhe. ''t&D

', < *" : "s.r thtethI5U55W..e thu etc. Allpotgrown. Full Lin6
Ik'J/ W'MpYay.-> *' II"'Wb'ftt'M' (/ must raise a racket then go Into the Assembly" of South Carolina have Of Citrus StOCk

:But Joseph, was figuring on live dollar music room.-rTranslated For' "Tale: \ passed a bill appropriating 20,000 for ,grown on High; Spruce Pine Land: Address

kinds!Finest fashionable;souvenirs of all suits for 113: and did Ml not QUAD.answerins From Fllegende Blatter." the, Jamestown. F.lposltlon.h : : s'OHN. E BEACH West Palm Beach Fla 1'' S
and prices; at Idner'i.:',

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+ SHOPWORN. I H11t"I" 11I..'n '111 t>. Broach sell & Moore';
J II Ib I (Due Cent
O.i. niKi'ie repnirnig and luthe. work

I J .u UnffileHlert. (EllA TUXEDO UITS

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F of iroublfR to contend with ypring froma '
Clasbi6et1 ndverutie'uient! lii thiN col-
lorpiri liver and blockaded b weld
lv 'tar'tt'c ALA umn at one cent per wurd fur each in.,
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unlrsH awatren them their
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you propel ,
BeHolI. Count the words and .Bend (the I
action with Or King's New Life Pillsthe There
; are .
tI al; I oKasnnteHl sod mom effective\ lure Cash: along with the order. '

for Constipation, They prevent Al>pD. > ---
ilu-iiiM. HIVI 1 tone up the nil. ) drugK'"ts '- occasionswhen
you want tc>improve and need money
Leave orders at Potter's Flat Iron
to do it with apply to iJeo. G. Cut rie,
Building; for Battle's gasoline and Debt Palm IJencli.LANDSCAPE, you
t1 kerosene delivery. JJOtf

Have your bikes repnired, at Cummings ._ _. TCOOK--- ---- """"'-T-lw-J innaBENJAMIN can
Clemati ave", oppos-ite bank AU work LANDSCAPE hardly
Gardener. Care ciF fruIt and flown a
KUunnilucd. g-13-tf Best references. Have been
in charge ofV J Allen place for hix do without
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I yean. Would I like the care'(If a nice
UtWilEns"ly': Risers place anywhere on Lake Worth Address '
The famous Kltlo pills B Cook, Box 158 Welt Palm Beach "-

.. one. When
Va ._ Batteries and Complete Launch Sup.
I' plies, at Fowler Brns & King's. t
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AUGUST STOCKER Bragg Shafting, at Fowler Bros & this condition -

$1cw / High-Class Experienced King's.

Remy Maguetoa, $i5 oo. Best wade, confronts

Custom ShoemakerFil8Boo1salldSilooSNiadotoOrdof at Fowler Bros. & Kln 's. -

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eX Repairing Neatly Done I

Wean Rubber Heels for Comfort.Rulihcr .
hvainunkesitus., noim'luMrt" iiml,, relieve
i :1.I'. ore pre..ulw, on cut 1I11.lunkh.! ... Llto In ender I
cs :; when.rulihiM h.'olH niti motel a ronrtd9reuon. of
tin pot tnnro In imbllc. hnililMW- liotttl, the hrs.ptt.l ...
",tht library, the school room whore notaaIs
i oblrcnnlrn bit I Itublior' I huulH' tlnnttlt-li
ar :ct'pnlily: JiirtiM'nliMit; : to wti\Iking I: or limnlnt:: purl;r #
Cuvtomart 'Waiter, this steak i. like leather. Take it away." .v r herd.l urf"r.'., and. make,* u oonntHimflttvinff '
In nerve Toicc. Ii"-
Waiteri "Can't change it now, sir) you've bent it," CletuaIl.ILvenna' op.i| "wite, llrnnnliifr mother.YOLEr3IION'i ti
Dry CioodB; J I on BO 'I
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not return until next week. Cure Cnl".. Prevents Pneumonia i
There Is in U.
money ,
>Local I Interest
tip ; :Mrs. C. M. Harris, of Chicago, Is Every depositor has an Interest, In the t

--- among the recent arrivals at The Ear- welfare of whatever bank they do business '.

Sam Jones at Zapf's Opera House to- man, and will spend the remainder of : with. It's natural tbey should I
nl lu.Mr.. I the season here, Lake Worth ProduceCOMPANY ,have. If "there Is money in it" for the
i bank, \
R. F. Burdlne yesterday the
r arrived The regular biweekly dance of "There I Is money in it"
from Miami to spend a few days here. fire department was held in the hall /
; FRUIT AND COMMISSION fir the bank's patron It's money for ,
last evening, and was enjoyed by a -
I WANTED to buy or rent furniture. MERCHANTSFruit you if we pay you interest. It's money
'. Address P. O. Box 522, West Palm large number of young couples. again for you on any favorable loan you 'D. ALLEN

Beach. The ladles of the Owls Whist Chubwere get. ,Take >t "all in all," "there is
and Produce, Poultry and in it" for who banks
entertained Monday evening at money anyone
}+: Sii-ah Dernhardt, with her company, <
\ Eggs Our Specialties with UK:
tha.residence of Mrs Olivia Burnham,
wllrappear at the Royal Poinciana on
.' the inth of March, corner of Olive and Evernla streets. compounded We pry 4 per quarterly cent on savings accounts Real Estate AgencyCity

1 Mr. W J. Green, of Delray, has been Mrs Earl Effingham Lawrence deli The Finest Oranges and Tan-'
entertained at six-hand euchre
spending several days in the city on ghtfully gerines.
business. Saturday afternoon Several tables West Palm Beach, Florida.COUCH,
Surburban and
were played and delicious refreshments ,
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Mr Jas. :M. Owens, accompanied by nerved'at ,. .
were the close of the
I ;sae saonea
his brolher-ln-law, iMr., Emmons, of A large shipment of Choice r
game. Pretty prizes: were awarded and itl.Ll-THE Country Property for
Atlanta, went to Miami yesterday on
the event proved one of the most plea- Apples
,$l a brief pleasure trip. sant social functions of the week.Mr AND GUTfE. THH_ .. LUNGS Sale and 'Rent
Of course every one will\ want to :M. It. Emmons, a prominent WITH Dr. 0

hear Sam Jones at Zapf's Opera House merchant of Atlanta, Qa., has *....rll.1on !. Several Cases of'Extra Nice King'sNei 6
to-night, when he will deliver his the Ea/t.Slde to pay a visit to?: his

famous lecture, "Life's Battles and brother and sister, "IMr.' and :Mrs. Jas. Fresh Eggs. I Discovery ...... West Palm. Beach Florida.

t4 How to Win Them." I M. Owens, at their pretty Palm Reach Price .

/ Miami is to have a modern gas plant home. Mr. Emmons Is accompanied by FOR CONSUMPTION 600 & $1,00 ..... ..
t for lighting purposes a company recently his wife and daughter, and they are % Nice Large Fat Hens and Plump Free Trial. .

having been granted a franchise greatly enjoying their Florida outing. Chickens, Sures1; and duickert Cure for all ;" .

t ..t by the city council to lay mains and AIr H. Clay Debury has purchasedthe I THROAT, or MONEY and LUNG BACILxofTvEThIcDNLYcURE TROUBLES ., ., ,.
conduct such a business. .
gasoline and oil delivery business ..--'

I ftIT Doubtless many West Palm Beach formerly. owned by Messrs. Cosgrove I Lake Worth Produce Comp'y' ._-- M _._--------- ----- rl i ilii it

people will dine at the Hotel Royal & Battle and will continue the businessMr. CLEMATIS AVENUE

Poinciana to-morrow evening and par- DeBerry will give the business his I -
_aica Kidney and Olaildw. ,* Right .
t t ticipate in the Washington's Birthday personal attention and will be assisted
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f, ball, which la always the event of the by competent help. He respectfully "' --.x
. season at the Royal Poinciana. solicits a continuance of the generous

The house coramltee patronage bestowed upon his prede- The Americus
t4 on judiciary Fertilizersr

, ,_ has to provide ordered favorable for stated reports terms on of a bill the cessors.Two spirited games ,of baseball were MmstrelsDnderCanvasWEST
United States Court at 'Miami. This played in the East Side, diamond Sat- Vtgetable, Fruit and Vine, Orange Tree e

1 i is Congressman Clark's bill, and shows i iI urday between the boys' team of :Miami and Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been e
Ij some of the excellent work he is putting I and the boys' team of *West Palm PALM BEACH ityears.
I successfully used on Florida soils for
jt in for the people of the Second Beach, each game resulting In a victory many t
Congressional! District. for the locals. The core! of the For any information call on or ad- t

1 ,Mrs. Emma Olivia McCue, wife ofF first game was 10 to 9 In favor of dress

1r J, McCue,.of Brookline, )1 BilS., diedat West Palm Beachi while the visitors AftcrnoonmiNight.Feb.SiA.
were shut out in the second game, the B. M. POTTER
The Breakers late Saturday afternoon e

.l <<; of beart failure. The deceased locals making 12. % FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach Fla
r was sixty-six years of age, and the Qlr. R. B. Spratt left yesterday! morn- ,

remains were prepared for burial by Ing for a trip of several weeks to Key G. ALLEN'S -- -- ------ --. _a_ ---- ....-

W I. Huffstletler! & Co., undertakers .
West and Cuba, where he will pros-
llr and shipped to New York City for Interment -

1l husband, being accompanied by the bereaved was pect until for a a location few weks Mr.ago Spratt one of, who toe UNITED MINSTREL SHOWS m t

:" 4 John D. Stetson, the millionaire hat Cotage City's most successful grocery West Palm I
BeachTown B
merchants, when he sold his stock and o
. ,, manufacturer, of Philadelphia, and
rounder of Stetson University at Bet building on Upper Clematis Avenue tr- Neat, Clean and Refined. "tter.ban, the Circus. Under (be
Mr W. E. alma, has the beat wishesof Mammoth Canvas Theater, seating Two Thousand People '
his in
Land, died at winter home the
a large circle of friends, who will J \ Lots.Choice '
latter place Sunday. His death was .
regret to learn that he will not again Admission
i sudden and was caused by appolexy.' engage in business In West Palm, Children 25c, Adults 50c
The remains were shipped to Philadelphia Beach, f
for burial. The whole town ofDeLand Residence Lots < '

k'' of its benefactor.'Is in mourning over the loss -HEALTH- GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER j

-4 Congressman Nicholas Longworth Means the ability to do a good day's WEST PALM BEACH t
work, without undue-fatigue and to $200
a. and his bride will not come to Palm find life north living. You cannot Bus Trips to ,

Beach on their honeymoon trip as was have indigestion or constipation and Lantana, one-third cash, balance by semi-annual r

expected, but will spend a week in without Its upsetting the liver,.and Baggage lIfi installments
; on reasonable time accordIng -
Cuba. The.party,pane*,throughJack: I polluting U.e Hood. Such a condition Defrayl ,
"+ BonvMIe. lit ipoon pd 'west to'Tump* i 1I'1Ir1'"> bmt' and quickest retired by: Wheals Boyfiiorr to price of lot. > d

.'*': Li+' Tampa via the they,,AW go ntc|direct coast to tine.n3ana From,. and .'.lhrrll1e.the world,the hast best enr 1IW known., regulator tint Meet' ,, ,ehdr"All '*1"or P";*8" -*')_ 'aiorhim'dk tf oo apply.:'to .. '\\01.. .. ,, ,,:.!: ,:.t, trI

will return to Tampa on March 2nd.en Mrs. P. W. Smith writes April S. Other 'WAUAOE: R. 'MOSE$;

route t Washington.: .(Much dlsap* 1903: "I use Herblne, and find It the Trains Points I : Agent Florida Eat Coast Hallway Land t
v polatment has been expressed that the best'' medfclna for constipation and Department

4 I 1 J bridal party did not Include Palm regulating the liver I ever used." EOe. SPECIAL ATTENTION. 'TO COMMERCIAL MENPRC 4.West. Palm Beach,.Florjda. 1, c
I Beach in their trip. .Sold by A. G.Riecelr AMt'LIS" j ROOM. I L

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