The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\ Steamer Palm Beach Will Runto The Breakers Will Remain


Edward Brown Convicted of Murder of Mrs. Dora Munyon's Island. Bene- Open at Least Until Firstof Board Meets and Orders Tax. Collectors to +r

Suggs at Cocoanut Grove Last December. fit City[ Library. April. ,
I Collect Taxes from All Lands Not En

Sentence Not Passed. Before'belng tied up for the summer, It has been officially announced that I joined. Action Within Law.

c the trim little ferry steamer Palm : next Monday morning, the 20th the

Beach, will carry an excursion to Mun- Hotel Royal Poinciana will close Its

interest In the trial of the negro, I "We, the, Jury, find the defendant, Edward ,yon's Island. This will be good news doors for the season, provided, the business Governor Broward and his board of in this-action until the complaint, pro

Edward Brown, charged with the murder I' Brown", guilty of murder In the to a great number who will, doubtless of the house does not warrant Its drainage commissioners have enteredthe ,perly drawn and presented. Is brought
of Mrs. Suggs, was 'shown by the degree. take' advantage of the opportunity to remaining longer I' .,
open tax collectors Dade DeSoto Lee before him. Then matter of
This was the verdict of the :Jury of I as a consistency -
large atendance of spectators at Thursday twelve men empaneled to weigh the pay one more visit to this particularly The Breakers will remain open a Osceola, and San Lucle counties to collect i further Injunctions will be 4

night's session of the Circuit evidence and pass upon the guilt ofI I attractive spot before leaving Florida week longer and then the* season at the special tax Imposed to finance I granted. '/

Court In Miami. I Edward Brown, colored who has beenon Palm Beach will come to a close. Governor Broward's scheme for drain- That petitions for injunctions will be
During the morning and afternoon trial at this week charged with the
Manager DeBerry of the Lake Worth While the season now about to come Ing the Everglades excepting only the forthcoming In numbers there can be '
sessions of the court Thursday, the murder of Mrs. Dora Suggs on .the I
Ferry Company has arranged to run '
to close has ,not been to the States
a up lands of the Southern Land &; llttlo: doubt.
.trial of the continued. The de-
evening of December 18, 1905.
excursion next the 27th,
an Tuesday
standard of past, both the big
fendant went the stand In his years Timber'Company the collection of the POINTS IN
upon Late yesterday afternon Judge Jones ACTION.
I' for the benefit of the City Library As- Palm Beach hotels have done a flourIshing -
own defense, denying 'the evidence of delivered an able charge to the :Jury, sociation, which organization will receive business and hundreds and special tax on which has been enjoinedby Some land-owners In the drainage

the State's witnesses. During the who 'retired at once V> make up their fifty per cent of the gross re thousands of delighted visitors have Judge Locke says the Times-Union districts can not bring their grievances!
morning session. Judge Geo. A. Wor- verdict. It was 8:45: In the evening
The object alone to noth-
I say come and gone. The weather condl-t of Friday. before Judge Locke as the United !
Jey spoke for the State. He was fol- before an agreement was reached when
ing of the' pleasures of the trip should
lowed counsel tlons In the North have doubtless had The only remedy open to the land- States Circuit Court,: can take no jurisdiction -
by.R. B. Qautler, for defendant ''a sealed verdict was prepared. Im- ] Insure a' large crowd, and the friendsof to do with the decreased num- '
In the afternoon State's Attorney mediately upon the convening of court' largely owners, and the only relief from the I of cases in which there Is no
the library and free reading room
,ber ofw14toC Xj41torgrat!\ ,gg1m.! .Beach. '
Jones and Attorney' A. Beggs i this,morning the :jury announced that |I will doubtless be glad) of lHe"'opport this season, the blizzards having come payment of' trie-taxes through the 'diversity of citizenship and as many :I
addressed the jury. It'was ready to report'and'' the verdict of the land-owners In that section of
unity to aid 'the enterprise and at the cu so late that many Northerners courts, the Injunction of Judge Locke
At the conclusion of these speeches read as recited above. The defendant same time enjoy one of the most plea- decided to shove a few extra tons of and his declaration that the law under the State are citizens of Florida they 'i
.Judge Jones delivered an able charge : accepted the verdict with unusual calmness must seek their relief In the State
sant outings of the season. coal Into their furances and remain at which the Board of Drainage Commissioners -
and the :jury retired. 'I I not showing the slightest signsof / courts. '
The Palm Beach will leave the ferry home. It Is learned from a reliable is acting la unconstitutional !
The jury was out for several hours nervousness. landing next Tuesday afternoon at source that passenger traffic over the affecting only the lands'of the com- Though it la extremely probable that
and at 8:40 o'clock returned a sealed .Attorney the defend- the courts of the State would follow
R. B. Gautler 2 o'clock for the Island, and the fare Florida East Coast Railway has shown pany which complained.The .

verdict ant's counsel immediately filed motion for the round trip will be only seventyfive a 'decided increase over past years almost certain result of this" action ,the precedent Judge Locke's decision v

BROWN FOUND GUILTY.The of an appeal which will be considered cents. which goes to show that a greater of the governor and his "board, this might not be the case. Then,
Miami Metropolis of yesterday, the Until the only remedy, would be appeals
during day by Judge Jones. number of people visited the East who 'are determined on carrying
gives the verdict of the jury follows this is settled will until the Supreme Court of the State
as point Judge Jones Gas engine repairing and lathe workat Coast this year than has been custom- through the project for draining the
: I I'I'' withhold had been reached and then In case
[ sentence. Huffstettlera. Iftf ary, and the falling off In hotel pat- Everglades, means that within the next
ronage can attributed to the fact few days In all probability petitionsfor of an adverse decision, the complaint
Injunction modeled on that of the could be taken to the Federal courtson
$500 REWARD that. those who came were of the ,
HorticulturalistsMeet{ ranging with the railroads for re-I Will be paid for the return of the transient class and were here for a Southern States Land & Timber Company a writ of error.

duced rates to the annual jewelry lost the night of February 22 short stay only. will he filed In the courts. The Another point to which attention ,
Due notice 'will be given through the No Injunctions If properly drawn, frill, should be directed Is that no case, even ,
in May from "Saltatr" cotage. questions There Is every reason to believe that I
press of the State of the progress made I .J. of be granted by Justice Locke. where there Is a diversity of cltlzen-
asked. Answer Dr. W Fields Box another:\ season will bring even a course
In arranging for the meeting. :Mr. Mc- DRAINAGE BOARD MEETS. ship, can be taken to the United States
480, West Palm Beach Fla. 4t greater number of people to Palm
Hon.'O. T. JioCarty of Eldred, Fla., .Carty' I I Beach, 'as mild winters In the Northcan
president) of the Florida Horticultural! lof the society and expects that the I not reasonably be expected to come consisting of the. Trustees of the!! have thus far been presented, I,, ,

Society, accompanied by !Mrs. McCarty, I meeting will be the most Interestingever Tourist Trains consecutively. Internal Improvement Fund, met yes unless the tax Imposed amounts to f

an'enthusiastic'member of the society,. held. at least $2,000.
afternoon In Tallahassee GOT.
In West Palm Beach the season has ,
arrived In the city yesterday to attenda I Till April 9thThe been even better than a year ago and ernor N. B. Broward, Comptroller A. .All of (hese things together tend to

meting of the executive committeeof FOR SALE. the hotels and boarding: houses have C. Croom Treasurer W. V. Knott At- favor the collection of the tax especi-
the society'says' the Times-Union of and Tank ally In those cases where the small ,
Windwlll Tower, Pump Seaboard Air Line's Florida reaped a rich harvest.Indian torney-General W. H. Ellis and Com- '
Wednesday; I condition will be sold at land-owners is concerned as the ex- +'! '
In fairly good Limited will make its last northboundtrip missioner of Agriculture B. E. McLin, 't r
The executive committee consists of a great sacrifice. Tower 60 feet high Monday April 9th. The last south- making the complete board. pense of the law suits might ultimately '
President.iMcCarty and Messrs. George* Motorcycle result in a greater cost than the "
and capacity of tank 10,000 gallons. bound run for the present season will The present status of the project for payment
1* Taber, 'of'''Glen St. ,fMary, E. S.Bubbard. Apply J. B. Donnelly, Clarke Estate I begin at New York, Saturday April and trl cars at Cummings, Agent, at draining the Everglades and the effect of the tax Itself. a
of Federal ,0. Painter West Palm Beach. ,f
Polnt'E.: Palm Beach. 1m 7th. of the recent decision of Judge Lockeon
of of the TlBllttnore Cream Broulwell, & MooreA y
Jacksonville secretary
the for tak-
petition Injunction was
Mr. S. C. Boylston, ;Jr., assistant
society, and W, S: Hart of Hawks general passenger agent for therSeaboard Capt. Baker'sCandidacy en up and carefully discussed. The

Park. Potter at the, Flat Iron Building, car. II In Jacksonville made this an- opinion of the board was that the Injunction Bargain.
The meeting was held at the WindSor rlea a full line of fishing tackle and am. affected X IV
nouncement Thursday In view of repeated only the lands of the new 5 h. p. two cJey engine for ,
hotel and at this meeting arrangements munition. Inquiries concerning the discontinuance -- complaining company and that as ft Palm 25, Mt Beach.Potter's, Flatiron Building West

were made for the annual meeting I of the limited train.It Speaking of the County Commissionership far as the other lands were concerned,

of the 'society. It wa* decided to FOR SALE-New furniture only ( had been rumored that' the fast from the second district, the the: tax could still be collected, though HER SUFFERINGS: OVER. ,I

hold the meeting this year;May 1, 2, 3 been used six months. (Must be sold |trains would be taken off earlier this Miami Metropolis has the following Judge "Locke had distinctly declared Word was received at Hypoluxo last

and 4. The meeting will be held in by April first. Can be seen any mornIng j I year than usual. The Seaboard Is the to 'say of a West Palm Beach candi- that: the law under which the tax Is Saturday of the death at Eluyn.Penn. .
the auditorium bt the Windsor Hotel, before 10 o'clock or any evening imposed and the effort to collect to be 4
first to announce'with positiveness just date: ., on Friday March 16th, of Miss
which was kindly offered by Mr. Fred after 6 o'clock. Inquire W. Cotter 2t when the last trains will be operated "In the second district Capt. Geo. .made is unconstitutional and void. Noney Brown aged 17 years the ,

MIens, proprietor of the hotel. Heretofore night engineer water works., |and the date as announced corresponds 0.,, Baker will no doubt be the popular .Accordingly the tax collectors of the youngest daughter of John Brown, the I' J

the meeting held In Jacksonville with the time the winter trainsare choice His announcement appearsIn five counties named above which com- well known and long time resident of 1S.

have been held -In the Board of Great rush tor tuose Dollar Sterling usually operated an even three this Issue of the ..MetropolIs.That pose the special drainage district Hypoluxo and the proprietor of Scotia

Trade aUdltorlu :While the roemberB Silver Spoons at Idner's. I months. The service ,began! January he will make a hard fight for this Instructed to proceed with the collec- Farm '}

of the committee appreciate to 9th. plum all who know him will not doubt tion of the tax on all lands In this Miss Noney has been sick for the

the utmost tho many courtesies of tho THE 1906 BASEBALL GUIDE. I While the Atlantic Coast Line and for a moment. Capt. Baker has resided district except those of the Southern. past two years with what turned out

Jacksonville Board of Trade and the official. baseball the Southern 'Railway have made no In West Palm Beach for a number I States Land & Timber Company to be an incurable malady, and has

Tclddness of the ..officers and members John J. McGraw's Is one announcement It Is usually the case of years and Is one of that city's most I ACTION IS LEGAL.At been In the hospital for most of that
1)f that organization. It was thought guide for 1908 #Just published first glance this action on the
books of the that the three lines act simultaneously'In progressive and Influential citizens.He :time. Her death there though real-1' F
that It would be best b accept the of the most complete : regard to such matters. The trainsare Is now serving his second term asa |part of the board seems to be going !ly expected came rather suddenlyafter

offer of the use of the Windsor auditorium kind ever Issued. It contains to 'the enthu-every-:I| placed Into service and taken oft: member of the aldermantc .board of I directly against the orders of the Fed all.

as It would be more quiet and thing that ts'of Interest Is a chapter j,:on the same days, and it Is expectedthat the Cottage City and has at all times eral courts, but such Is not the case The sympathies of their many ,

the reading 'papers' 'and' discussions lasts, and a special feature spit I this plan .will be followed his proved his worthiness to his constituents and, until landowners formally bring friends are extended to Mr. and Mrs.
could be heard 'greater advantage on Jack Cheseb/o's complaint before the courts the collection y
showing how year Being familiar with public Brown and the slater and two brothers
President MoCarty, who was elected ball, ,with Illustrations eau be mastered. I road building having followed that of the tax on their lands can go I I who are left to mourn the loss, of
at the wonderful curve II -
last meeting, o( the society to that Illustrations ,I For Sail business for 'a great many years, hot their dear one.WORLD.
,succeed Mr. George I* Taber, who In- The guide has manY. full page daullch.wlt'bhood. Is specially: fitted to perform tho duties on.Though the decision of Judge Locke
Instruction how to Small eighteen-foot mot t'
sisted upon retiring after holding: the and contains of a county commission In as- declared. the,law under which the tax CHAMPIONSHIP.New .
offlce for many terms, 'fs preparing a play every position,on a nine and a Flret-clae. in every respect. Price tnueh aa there'will be much of this :was Imposed to be unconstitutional York. March Agreements r
art of pitchinga cult B M. Potter, Plat Iron
Strong and atractlve program: for the feature 1* made of the |ijo work to do In Dade county for the the injunction restrained the tax collectors have been completed by telegraph: this ?||

coming annual meeting. Among; the curved ball as well as the famous Building. next: 'few" years.' "' :, only: from collecting the tax morning for a fight between Battling! ; "-.]

Matures already: outlined will be an ad- pit ball. It has all the official rules BARGAIN SALE] '' Imposed on the land,of the complaining Nelson and AurellIo Herrera for' the t' s

States ortss* by Dr. Woods of the United championship games, schedule and standing of the Of Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons, Mrs.!( Celia Phelps and her daughter, 'I'company and the petitioners for In- (light'' 'weight championship' the '
Department of Agrtcuttttre.irho Mason's 'game, average junction. As'far the other lands world before the Paclfla Athletic
Alligator Hand Bags Purses and Miss brace, will give an entertain as Coast ,
'Is of Fox'sAthletic'
a noted horticulturist; papers by the of all the leagues. It 1 I. No. 10 Pocket Books, Burnt Leather Souvenir ment at West Palm Beach on'next' are concerned, It has no effect. Club ,tat Lou Angle, between 'May;
will be Bent
wa! of the experiment at.the Library and I Judge Lockecan take no cognizanceof "'fInth'and twelfth. winner will
/itaUon '46 bent with 4 cents Good at prices LOWER THAN THE Friday: evening for the benefit of the! The* ,
vnlverslty" : of the State Of Florida,sand address for 1 school library Of that place. The people the effort to collect the taJ:', unless receive' $9,600. and the loser "18.400. ,

, various 'other paper of ,Interest by extra to pay postage. Address, Richard I LOWEST. WALKER I ; of West 'Palm Beach have a raretreatIn I this is done in direct contravention of Nelson will receive "$4,000, In addition
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THE TROPICAL SUN. Paris, March 23.-Several of the most I'.i'I the Democratic voters of Dade ,

Pioneer Paper of Dada County Florida. important mines in the Lens coal dist- County:

Published Every- Wednesday"""- and Saturday rict resumed work this morning.; The ,,I i: ANNOUNCEMENTS i| I hereby announce myself! as a candidate 20 per Cent REDUCTION I ()

work In Com-
resumption! of these mines for the offices of County
'T Will PALM.. B.AOM.. 'O''Dt COUNTY. fLORIO. +........................$ of
has a most discouraging effect upon I > missioner from the second district

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE .:3.00( PElt YEAR. the main body of miners who are still I FOR TAX COLLECTOR Dade County, subject to the will of Annual Stock-taking Sale

standing out for the granting of their I hereby /announce myself as a cantdldate the Democratic voters as expressed at

1 demands. i' for re-nomination to the office the coming primaries.

Tropical SUB Pbollshtng Comp'y, I of Tax Collector of Dade County sub PAUL 0. JONES.

tr CHAS. B. KENDALL Maoagnr.Bntered FORAKER DRAWS MOTION. Ject to the action of the Democratic West Palm Beach, Fla. For the next 30 days we will give 20

'Washington, (March 23.-The expected ; primaries. T. N. GAUTIER. per Cent Off on our entire stock of Hard

fight In the Senate over the selection Miami, Fla. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Sash and Doors Paints
.t tile Poirtoffloe of Weat P...rf Beach ware, Stoves, Harness
at ...cond.cl.... mater of confreres on the Statehood bill, To the Democratic Voters of Dade
did not materialize today. Immediately FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To County: i > ,i Agricultural Implements, Crockery,

.' --- --,- -------------- after the Senate met, Senator For- the Democratic Voters of Dade I ,hereby announce myself as a candidate I'I Kitchen Furniture etc. The chance of

Perhaps, after all, the West Palm I alter announced his withdrawal of his ,I County: for the.office of County Commlsuloner ] life---don't miss it.

.' Beach .Board of Trade could be revived motion to the chairman of the .com I hereby announce my candidacy( for from the second district, your

'i\ t If some of the faithful few would I mittee having the bill in charge. the position of tax collector of Dade subject to the action of the Democratic Cent Off All Cash

,: spring the picnic proposition. And, by County, subject to the action of the primary, and promise if elected, per 20 per on Purchases
Democratic primaries to be held May form the duties of the office to the
men's picnic would FANUEIL HALL FIRE. i Railroad, fare refunded to out-ol-town customers
the way, a business Boston, March 23.-Fanuell Hall, the 15th. My past official record la well best of my ability. OEO. B. BAKER.West buyingto goods

f t'i, 1, not be a bad Idea Just at this time.\ "Cradle of Liberty," was threatened by known to the voters and I believe Palm Beach, Fla. amount of 20.00 or upwards.HatctiettDaCamara.

1'I 1'\' fire this morning when the flames dest- should I be elected they will not be \

I N Is drawing to a disappointed in the quality of the service FOR COUNTY CL1I':RK.
The tourist season royed the building at 12 and 13 (Fanuell
I ,.To the Democrats of Dade County: I
performed by me, T. J. HARDEE.
j close on. the lower East Coast, but we "Hall Square, with a loss of seventyfive Hardware Co.
I stake this method of announcingmy
t"\t"j dollars. The firemen --
t f, will have two or three months of politics thoutjjjnd* candidacy for the office of/'Copnty
did excellent work, directing all their FOR CLERK: OF THE CIRCUIT Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
and as soon as the campaign Is Clerk, subject to the action of the
j{ I efforts to saving the historic old building I
over the pineapple crop will be mov COURT; Democratic primary and will appreciate !- West Palm Beach, Florida
I hereby 8.I1fiou'nce myself as a can-
that friends
any support my can
ing and It will be "skeeter" time to didate for Clerk of the Circuit Court
: give
boot. No rest for the weary. down this subject to the action of the Democratic -,- ... ---
Indianapolis, (March 23.-Contrary to .
Ii way. expectations the miners and operatorsare primary.
,I there was again in session this morning. West Palm Beach, Fla. Columbus, Ohio, March '23.-A bulletin I<)-()-()-()-()-
rumored that
It has been Many anxious miners, delegates and
has been issued by Governor Pattlson's .
1 being groomed In West Palm Beacha operators are awaiting the outcome of JIURKIIAIIDT'S Weat Palm Beach. Fob. 17,11100BURIHARDT'S
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.To physicians, which states that
the conference. ,
Groups of men are
for the legislature, but
dark horse
he is not so well. A dropsical condi-
the Democratic voters of
about the hotel corrlders who Dade
i /,' up to date, no definite announcement County: tion has developed at the base of the PRIVATE BLENDOf
1 button-holing anyone who emerges
' has been made and it la doubtful If from the conference room. .take this method of announcing lungs, and he'ls in a muchmore rest-

\I there will be. It seems to be the myself as a candidate for the office of less state. Coffee is Designed for the Specific

j, concensus of opinion that the race Is PIRATES SEIZE LAUNCH. County Clerk of Dade County, subjectto Purpose of Equalling for 25 Cents a

London, March 23.-Advices have : the action of the Democratic primary Low Rates to Atlanta.On .
both of
and Worley,
I between Coffee Sold Else-
.' been received today from Hong Kong F. W. HAHN. account of Wheeler Memorial Pound Any 35-Cent

Miami. to the effect that a launch owned by I I \ Day, :March 27th, and Second Annual where. v '

the Standard Oil Company seized
Reunion of the
Blue and Gray Marc
Editor Frank W. Walpole, of the by the pirates near. Canton yesterdayand the voters of Dade County: Eight years ago we !first put It on the market and sold it at 35 cents.
28th and 29th, the Atlantic Coast Line and sale since our assertion! and also '
The enormous steady ever proves
Manatee Record, puts It this way: soon looted. The pirates seized Having been identified with Dado
a number of American will sell tickets from all points on its enables us to buy on close margin; so that we now can sell it at 25 cents I
rifles .
"Ex-Governor Jennings didn't seem to and a County since 1895; having done tne
thousand line to Atlanta, Qa., and return at rate 'a pound I
pounds of ammunition. The very best I knew how as an individual ?
last long as vice-president of the Jacksonville of fare 25 cents for the roundtrip it it is
Unit States one plus Our store Is the only place you can get as our own PRIVATE |
gunboat Callao
jl was citizen to it
I million dollar bank. It wouldbe make a prosperous ; dates of sale March 25th and BLEND, and no one else can successfully match it for the, price.
ordered to
the scene bf the robbery, county; having lived at both ends of
to that he wasn't worth 26th, with final limit 15 days, in ad-
say and is
unkind now on her way. the county, and having filled a public
dition to date of sale.
the money as a lawyer and as there office (so that the people may know t
For further information see nearest L. W. BURKHARDT. FINEST GROCERIES
to let he was MANY LIVES LOST. whether I do
were no convicts up so conscientiously) 1 1 ticket
agent or communicate with
against It and had to step down and .Boston Barch 23.-Statistics have now offer myself as a candidate for FRANK C. BOYLSTON N. B. let our new prices: on" Hay Grain and Feed.

out. Just been completed, which' show the the office of County Treasurer, subjectto' District Passenger Agent, JSTIt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books..wwiirwwnromrmwnrorg.
I loss of
eighty-four lives
and the the Democratic primary. I need
wreck, of 'some fifty-four vessels. This every vote that I 'can get and trust Jacksonville, Fla. 0-0.0-0.0-o ao-o-ooaIouo-o-o

Another tourist season Is drawingto property aggregating hundreds of that my friends, whether In the cityor .

a close, and. our winter visitors, are strewed thousands of dollars in value is country, will not forget me on the .... ......, ""r"r"r"'r"'r"r"r"r" " " ." " " "

again making same mistake that has along the New England coast, day of the primary, In return for 4.,..... ===

brought sickness and death to so the and winter in maratlme Just ended.provinces The, during coast- which the I promise duties of, if the elected office,, with to perform as "::;S:: I T17e F l1ie l el pharmacy i I

many of them In years past, leaving wise,and fishing fleets Jiave been great much courtesy, accuracy and promptness -

Florida too early and going to their sufferers. as I gI'Ve to my private business.

t homes In time to catch the last blizzard GEO. G. CURRIE. +yl r l l r l l.CQpra1GM.T == Solicits YOUR Trade. =1
J. of the season April and May West Palm Beach, Fla. == =1'f
Chicago March .-All the meat .
are the most pleasant months In packers Who were indicated by a Federal ;
We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate
Florida. grand Jury, last summer, on FOR REPRESENTATIVE. -

charges of conspiracy in restraint of To the Citizens of Dade County: = Prices, put up by R.RegisteredPharmacist

Interstate trade and commerce, has I hereby announce my candidacy
The "Man to the Corner" In the MIami -
been granted immunity from criminal for the position of Representative j .
Metropolis has been having a i
prosecution under, the indictment. from Dade County. To you I submit r

,< great deal to say lately about men and While the individuals are to go free, the question of my qualifications to, IT IS A LONG STORY g

things, and once In a while The Tro- the indictments found against the corporations represent you In that capacity. If == Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream =1
that refers to an account. '
!* of which some of the Indicted nominated at the = =1
pical Sim gets a dig* The other day ensuing primary, "The depositor Is an esteemed 'patronof ----"
actually had the gall to packers are members and othersare shall devote my best efforts to your E G. RIEGEL =1
that creature years' standing; First, business was : A. ,
employees, are to stand. The Jury service and the welfare and up-build a
+ refer to the old files of this paper mall, but the account grew with the
returned a verdict in Graduate New York College of Pharmacy
accordance with ing of Dade county shall receive my Prosperity that attended the bank." S3

+ when It was under the management the direction of the court. A decisionto earnest consideration. 71J11116JII1I111111U1111i! ' 1 U11U11111J11' l Jl11dUUlU1lII111111UII11J1111GEORGE 1 1 l '
of Guy Metcalf, and said that "thingsare this effect has been handed down Respectfully, Banking for Profit

so different now," etc. We woulj Judge J. Otis Humphrey, in the United J. W. WATSON. .
States District Court. requires patience for both depositors
court reviewed -
respectfully refer the esteemed "Manon and bank. BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST
the case in all its bearings, THE
the' Corner" to the issue of The and all the essential .cts which had CIRCUIT Stand In with our conservative meth PALM BEACHBus

Tropical Sun of May 17, 1901, in which been brought out. COURT. ods and your profit will be a cause for
Believing that my service for the Trips .toLantana
congratulations. Open an account in .
t letter to S. Bobo
there was an open
past five Chief
4 years as Deputy In the our ravings department. and
Dean, who was at that time editor of Ancient Capr.The office of the Clerk of,the Circuit Court, ,

the Lake Worth News, but who Is now resembled cups our of saurers.the Assyrians Every closely noble- Qualifies me for the position, I herewith '.PADS; West COUNTY Palm STATE Beach Florida.BANK, BaggageWagons Delray,

the main guy on the Miami Metropolis man and gentleman had his own cup respectfully announce my candidacy Boynton .I.IMeet I
and cup bearer, the latter of whom for Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Yes, Bobo, things are different now, and
always accompanied him to a feast, subject to the approval of the Democratic
p and that "open letter" would sound carrying before him the cup of gold, Primary. S. O. FITTS. All Other

real funny la your paper. silver, crystal or marble which his Trains Points
master .only used on state occasions. FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Saucers! for cups were Introduced in / ry -
The Tampa Tribune, speaking of the latter part of the eighteenth century COURT. 4 SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIALMEN :
To the
Democratic voters of Dade
and at first were greatly ridiculed RgE6: &L.e: ROOM '
Editor L'Engle, says: "The Napoleonof the persons who employed them be- County: .

.Florida journalism and whose record ing said not to be able to drink with- I hereby present my, name to the
out having two voters in the coming O OOO .............a ..s... .... ........ ..rr
of' brilliant successes in newspaper cups. Democratic
Primary as candidate for Clerk of the : : :
ventures in Jacksonville de-
Two Different Matter. Court for Dade County. J. E. HARDWieK

monstrates his splendid ability bothas "I cannot understand, sir, why you Having resided ,/here for twentyfiveyears '<

a business manager and an editor, permit your daughter to sue me for I invite Inquiry and Investigation Groceries and Produce :
breach of promIse You remember that Family
is just now hurling Jovian darts from of those who do not knowme
you were bitterly opposed to
our en-
I i his magnificent brain in the direction! gagement because I wasn't good personally as to my reputation as CUpID IS ft n, .__.._At Living, Prices. ; '
enough for her and would disgrace the a citizen, my record as an official In ,
R of other less Bucce lffulljewspapel' men :
family." years past, and my fitness and com- Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of \

in Florida. It' is not often that an editor "Xoansr man, that was sentiment; petency for the office to which
reaches the pinnacle from which this is business.,' If elected, I promise fair and court- EXTRA FINE GRANITE KITCHEN[ WAREJ: ;
I '
i. Mr. L'Engle looks down upon his un- .elreting. ,eous treatment to every citizen at the bundle' the reins In smart fnub-

fortunate brethren, and he should exercise Dr. Fraulcllu thought .that. judged ,.hands of every person connected 'with ion.: ICu' his dfl'jrht')', to board our Clematis.Avenue lust West of Railroad. ,}

some mercy upon the poor fel- ought to be appointed by lawyers, lor, the office. dplivery WHpron along New Year' I...................................................* {'
l added the shrewd man, in Scotland, Soliciting the support of evpry'voter time'o dintritmtw our -::: ,

lows who have not achieved the pec- where this practice prevails, they; always who' conslderaxme competent and capable Choicest on Earth Groceries tc ono iono.io to.?o io.ioitoiio iono i3noi.o ioi.oionoiono* oMoi o i ;
uliar sort of successes that have char- select the ablest member of tlio I am, respectfully It 0 x
acterized his glorious career. Mr. profession"' In order to get rid of him EUGENE H. DDIICK, i to thos who\ buy them. .
and share his practice among them LPn VP'an order and will have G. G.
L'Engle it will be remembered, was selves. West Palm Beach, Fla. 'him rein up nt your do.mrfnan we hour I Strohm Company ]II

brain of that stellar favorite -
a the directing to ilplivei your purchaseP.
A Pointer FOR TR ASE URER: o / i f'i'
r the Jacksonville Dally Sun, B.I'ricps are a t Two thieves were breaking 'Into a To the voters of Dade County:

which, mad millionaires of its lucky door when the matter of the house I hereby announce myself as a can- FABER.BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES i x xo

hearing them, looked out of .
r stockholders and, if tales which reach the win- didate for renomlnatloa to the office It 0
dow and said: "Friends, Market and Grocervman.
come a.jlttle
County Treasurer, subject to the o
the Tribune are true; he is repenting later We are not yet In bed."-"Hu WFST PALM REACH Fancy Food Products i
action of the Democratic Primary election FLORIDAJ. o
it mor of Spain.
record of opulence with the "
that present I to be held May 15, 1906. o .0

f Sun. Indeed,. it is current com P nnfferoo. "..bo..I.... C. H. RAULERSON. B.!: Hardwlclc,. the well !known I Grain, and 0
ment 'in Jacksonville that CartoonistA. Bachelor-Talk.I" cheap. BenedictFor Miami, :Fla. grocer west of. the .railroad(/ jirack*, Isdlspla'lnl i ..' \.

K. Taylor, who works in the same goodness( sake, don't advertise Itas [''a fine line of granite kitchen er

office with L'Engle has to wear green -Brooklyn a bargain Life.while iny wife I Is around. A beautifully finished new a b p. iwo.cycle ware. Read; ,hi. advertisement el Ise. eJEFFERSON' BLOCK 0:

goggles to keep the steady glare), of : engine, tbrottle-shif tinjf perk;drv where'I'OLEYSMIDREYCIJRE u o gr ..!
To do'what: base, water jacketed. Price $100. At oIf/ West Palm Beach' '.lorlda. 1 Claude's' brilliancy from, affecting his we cnn by our ballots ., *
+t and Influence to secure good Is to work Potter's, Flatiron, ,Building, Went ,,r'm: o o. 1

eyesight! with God.-I'blllppa Brooks i Beach.. w ,' .ak.. KldaoO.and aladdr! fllstt,, 1toi ol/oKo o7.otaoisos.oiroalo7roirogoktoliotsQtlotloi1o11.Mo oMOM t.

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Inneii. Shand In hta "AMedley
f Memories" writes of an old
whom he knew In his boyhood -
6coWbman"Lie Used to drive cattle In adpwlug
flowered dressing gown, which
had been PQs ed on to him> Rna no only lVIond lVIlar.ch ,2.6
i i vile,, seeing, One him of my Wtlng earliest off the tad! of R rl I,

of terrier puppies in the courtiiifd. -
Ha was a philosopher In,, his own r t
im with the free run of the se v- f
:fly.hall: and butler's pantry ho took + I .

life, qi easily.", never complained.! Once when .rAtti-. Beginning on :the above: date and closing Saturday, April '7, :we",

landlord paid a morning visit that
n the r oiiage splashed ,from the drainage will again .conduct our .
outside l< tho door Into a puddle within,
nbaro Home ducklings were.deporting
themselves, and the wet was dripping
nun from th ; r
over Wfllathettez lamatlon
: .
"'Why John, \
Ton are In a terrible state hl'relVe' May-They say that Smith;' the humorous ANNUALDISCOUN'T
must have your roof overbauled. 'Aye, writer, can't take n Joke.
It's lettln In some water, was the reply Maud-Oh, yes, Le can. Then be
'but It's gey thick, and they are works It off as his own.-St. Louis Dis
I,lit little drops, and I do wecl eneuch patch I
I lu the bed under my auld umbrella.'" ,
Caution Man
Etiquette of ....Dlb..Ift. Wife (2 a. ni.J)-John, me you awaked
Even aiuoug the savages of French! IlnsbIlDlt-Yes.
Africa, who eat human tlesh, there are Wife-I think I hear a burglar prowl-, :
lUToroucus," suld Paul I'uccl, a young lug about downstairs. '
Itullan traveler. Some while ago, Iluslmud thought I beard someone
niiou exploring In that) country, I leuru- SuppoHo you go down. and RUB
ail a good bIt about tile ,WII1S of the what be wants.
parlous tribes. In a majority of them Wife-But why don't you go 7 .
cannibalism'Is Indulged only when the Husband-Oh, I think It would be "
/bodies,,are those of, prisoners taken In safer for you to go.,lilY dl'ar.' IjJvmi a t :i i
bn tUe. It Is all right to eat persons burglar Isn't at al! likely to ;strike awoman. .
who belong to hostile clans, .but Jtt .-Chicago News.
would be a gross violation !of: tradition
md the custom..of the 'land to feast The PI..larlat.A .
) the friends or even ilpon tueui- teacher was in,the; Jjablt pf givingto Vr
,hers upon of the same tribe. 'Xhls"dellcacy her pupils dully a Hut of words, with *i.As i. i i
of sentiment, however, Is not universal, their meanings, testing the .children's it
iiij III one tribe In particular where I memories the next day One day she
noted the.absence of any old persona, gave the word plagiarist defining It
I learned that .It was the proper'thing somewhat obscurely as a literary thief.
add the aged Inhabitants to the local The next day the youngest member of
food supply. This con lned the population the class was asked to define the word.

It .the first to the,signs young' of Decrepitude and hardy, the for "A a-a plagiarist-little hairy," said thief be solemnly"Llpplncott's, "Is a- has been our custom at the close of each season, ,we' will again '

boiling pot was called Into requisition Magazine.: ,
," Washington,1'ont. sell stock of at
Only Needed Promptlnir. our ,.goods a ,
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Teacher-Why, Willie Ooode;I'm surprised I
Hard I/lne for llaoh.1.ru."Korea's
at you not knowing.what a capeIs.
the'm: place for bachelors
\(rpng A cape Is a narrow neck of land-
," said a traveler. "Jtachelors; In
consideredas/children and now, can you finish the definition 20 ,
Korea are
Willie Ooode-Sure! A cape is a nar- 'f
children's privileges./ You, a
lave only
row neck of land rubberln' into the
Korean bachelor, get thirsty. You enter ,
a.Teat house and call for' palm" wine. ocean I-Puck.\ for TWO WEEKS. The season ,has been rather .short ,and. ,hpsleft; "

.Tie pretty Jittle ,amber,colored /waitress Gentle EIf..t.....
anys: "It is said that ,Shakespeare .never usual shelves for '
"'Married?' realized what a great poet be was;' more goods and a greater variety on

"JA'o,1: gays you. "How could, he?" rejoined.Mr.,StormIngton -
4'Ileraus, then,' ay._she. And._out Barnes "lie never heard,my this sale. So that you will have a better opportunity to select.
you go unslaked.' .selfand,,company recite; .hIs line. *."- '
"You want to yore, ,but they won'tlet ., Washington! Star.
you, If.you! ',are not marled. just what; you desire and at the lowest possible prices.
"You apply tor..a job somewhere.!
How many! children; have you?' Is the {
tot Question you'ro asked'.' (Efyurcfyes.Baptist.? : .. SOME: OF THE GOOD THINGS; :
"And as soon as you lay ;you're unmarried
.they luugli" 4n" your face to .
think that you .should presume to apply
Preaching at [m.. mand 7:30 p. m.
for work anywhere, Coat Suits Shirtwaist Suits
SfibbBth,school at 10 a m.. Children's SHIRTWAISTS ,Linen Coats, ,

Wbei'Habie.: Sivlin."I Band meets at 3 p.. ,intend! :Ypunjj" Peo Maleln] the latest style; finest Lawns and Lingerie/: Batiste, with Linen, Coats, Coat Suits and Shirt Waist Suits that have sold all
spend my winters In Samoa, said ple's Society meets at 7 p.m., every
a traveler. "It is always summer Sunday lace and erabrpldery trimming: Jong; cuffs and large] ; sleeves (We are I the way from $3.25 up to $35.00 will also be at special prices below.

there. There the babies swim. Can Prayer service every Wednesday eve short on sizes 32 and 34.: ) the discount offered on other goods.;
you Imagine a quainter, a more charming nlng at 7.
than host of babies, "...
sight a none "
Rev. S S. Gibson, paftor.
over two years old, laughing and SILK. SUITS LINEN and LINENE" 'SKIRTS. ,
crowing and swimming like fish la '"
Methodist Episcopal. Silk Suits that; Linen and Linene Skirts that are excellent values at the regular
pools of clear sod water You will see .Snme enppcielly attractive up-to-the-minute
tills sight In Samoa. Samoan women Services Sunday at II a. m., and 7:15, have ben offered at from $25.00 to 40.00: are going; to be sold ,at prices cannot be duplicated for the money you will pay during this
school m.Geo
Sabbath at : a.
believe sea baths benefit babies, and p. m. 9:45 v
In that equable climate they bathe their L. Branainv!, superintendent Epworlh exceptionally.low figures during: this sale sale.] Skirts from $1.39 up.

little ones dully the ;year around. The League service at 3 p. in., Mrs. G. G..

youngsters soon learn to swim. They Strolim, president. All Goods Notions and Ladies' Furnishings: i at same Discount .
cin swim before they can walk. Andto Prayer meeting every 'Vedne..lay evening Dry ,. .
see these pretty brown babies swimming nl 7:15
In the sea is well worth a' 5,000( Rev. Henry Mice, pnatot. t l

mile letin.trip to Samoa."-Philadelphia Bul- Conxrejcatlcnal.Services Remember the Day, Monday, March 26 ...-Sale Lasts Two Weeks .

Extravagant Shoe. will be held Sunda y at II a .

During the reigns of William Rufus, m, and 7:15: p. m.. Sunday school at 10
Henry I. and Stephen all sorts of extravagant a. ui. Y. P. S. C. E.'at 6:30 p. m.
shoes were worn. 'The toes Prayer meeting every Wednesday R1NNINGSRf'S.
were sometimes long and pointed'Bnd DIng at 7:15.:
tranetlmes made to curl like a ram's Rev. F. W. Weatuerwaz, pastor. .
horn Occasionally they were twisted
In different directions as though the
feet were deformed. The clergy pro- Bethesda-by-the-Sea Side. LHDIES' OUTFITTERS
toted and threatened but the fashion ,
continued In spite of the maledictions. Service every Sunday at II a.pi. Holy F
Several persons were' excommunicated Communion first Sunday of each month
| w wearing pointed shoes, 'but they. Steapiboat Palm Beach 'leaves I I FURmSHED'ROOMB-Speclally.low i I FOR ,RENT<"Large furnished room
took the risk.) Hotel Royal Pomclana dock at 10:30: ; rates for furnished rooms from now In private house. South and east ex-
Beach Hotel returning till December 1st. The Ilex, Clematis !
calling at Palm "
lI.! |fc Moore posure. Five minutes walk from .poatofflce. -
aanaa. ....t..' I immediately afte'r the t service. Avenue, next door to The Virginia..I "
The lady witness bad become quite Bath and electric light ,Price
class at P. Mrs. M. K. Weybrecht. 1m !
school and :Bible 3 r ?
i Sunday f
Picturesque m her testimony; and the moderate for the summer. .Address
i attorney bad called her down In a way M.. Druggists Finest fashionable .souvenirs of all. I
that had N. Mulford, Rector. postoffice box 175.
i made her mad all'over.. "Con- J.
kinds and prices ,at liner's.: ,
Hue yourself to facto If you please, Charles! Temple: Vicar. Jefferson Block WEST : i
i madam," he said In c01)chuloD.Very
aril," she replied tartly "Ton are no Holy Trinity| Episcopal. Huyler's Candies. I v
gratleman. How does that strike. ;you?' Communionevery Cream
I celebration of Holy Biltmore
-London TIZ, -Btts,, Early Sunday at 7 o'clock, and ,on .first ; '

Th. HeUfct of 1II..r__ Sunday in month at II o'clock I Tate. Springs,Mineral. Watery Five Superb TrainsDaily ii

"Are yon capable pf enduring toll Services every Sunday at it .. m. and; .
Self; sacrifice and personal ,discomfort I''' orders promptly.filled.Broadwel. .
| W your determination to accomplish .7:30p.' m. Church, : a.m. I
Jupiter, St. Martin's 9 30 I I'I
1itoB! you lave fret'out to dot- In- and at the school house In West Jupiter :
the man who gives; advice. .
I I ""<," answered 'the;youth !i7; fan 3 p.m, on the second Sunday .In. each I 1\ Three to the ;East, and Two ,to the West! via : VI
iMttsclmtiotuHy 'pay:t am. I once col- month.
I red a meerschaum St. Paul'. Church. evening
pipe. -Exchange.Cm Delray,
prayer and sermon! every Friday nightat I ,0iry. MEAT. MARKET Atlantic Coast Line ri

'Is It ft.true V.I..t *. 7 o'clock/ I .T..A. FEASTER!? Proprietor. ,
that your father is so Dwight Cameron.
Priest charge
!tugry ioupeak with you that.. be even refuses Florida! *ud Western Meats Poultry? :, Game. and Eggs.

to hit;yon?' Chrlalan Science I Mall Order Receive. Careful Attention New York and Florida Sprciat\ leave Jacksonville 11:30 p. m. daily ex. Sunday
IH.I won't recocntse at aIL -
!18 me .. West i Florida and.West Indian Limited. Jacksonville 8:55: a. m. dally f'
I angry that the last time'... First Church of Christ,Scientist, Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH '
net he In Masonic I New:: .York Epresalepvea} Jtcksonvllle 8:03 a'm."daily
I even cut my allowance." BalV Palm.Beacb, Fla., up stairs
l floor,American temple, welt of :Bank,on Clematis a'e.1! Chicago lad Florida Limited leave Jacksonville 9:30'..'tn. daily
Sunday services at iiiooa.m.: ;Sun- Pixie: Flyer) leave*Jacksonville! 9:00: p. m.dally
".. ...U m of It nue. testimonial or 'rJ1Ftu
1Iut aayschool at 10:00: .a.m;
wIre married that I should smoke. In experience meetings every QJ.1gh'ISleepi )Cray .
I w."Yep house whenever I pleased?" 7:30: p. m. ,D. W. FENTON .& ..J

ik. but you never please by smok- A Christian Science reading room has ..... ...".. ..
I r in the house.: Yon dtsplease-me.- been opened In the same building where .. Undertakers and to New York, Chicago and St. Lou!!.; also ,>,,,ew Sleeping.! Car..Service; ,to :'

I have ,,all'Christian Science literature! will be tl ; Augonta, Oa., leaving Jacksonville at 8:55: a. m.Fo'r'Fuilman also seen the world and after of vUltors! ,
the use ,1
for sale and for '
long kept Reservations and Full! Information write ,}
exportence'have discovered that EmbalmersWEST ,
; from StoS n
Sunday ,
Open dally ezrpt
1::.ai*T la%our labor greatest* enemy and rem.._ V. the afternoon. WMftsr: --. ...... .... I FRANK, C..BOYLSTQN: : District. 'J Paemger'lgegt; }

-.uetua. Moser.t .our must' lutlDc. trl I I:,service All! cordially, and visit Invited the..reading to attend.room these, : Block.:jlarglUS., .Street' WEST. : "PALM: PEACH. ,FLA:' ,, .kIO't yl ,. Pla'rIlE !

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Arrival andDeparture I Lliir-il; rvlces. For Sale INVALUABLE FOR RHEUMATISM. -

Florida Coast I
The dally services during Lent at A If5 Brosius spring motor sewing ma : Railway

I, of Trains Holy Trinity occur at half past tour chine.: Original cost was $73 ; will well I have been suffering for the past

\,, I',' o'clock in the ,afternoon of each 'week for $25: B.M.Potter: Flat Iron Building. few years with a severe attack of Local Time Card No. 61 In Effect January 9 I90

day, except Friday. A'five minute address rheumatism and found that Ballard's 6r
when the lie
except on Wednesday .
Snow Liniment was the only thing
Southbound No. 23, Miami and Nassau The Tropical Sun and all work executed -- -==
Special, will leave Jacksonville at 6: a. Litany is read. In the very neatest and latest that gave me satisfaction and tendedto 1'10. 90 No. 86 No. 20 1'1.. 18 STATIONS No.1'8 No 74 No S8 No 01:0
All who attend are requested to style of the art. Dally Datly pally Dally D. batty Dait7 Dui
m., reach West Palm Beach at 5:05 p. m., alleviate my pains. March, 24, 02; ,
ten minutes early. 920 a B 00 a L.Jack.ol1vnle..Ar 180 p 140
come .20 P 140
and after crossing the lake to the Bast VTHE BEST COUGH SYRUP.S John O. i Degnan, Kinsman, Ills 2Co, '9'20 p 428 p P 928 a............ ......80. Jackepnvllle.Lv t9 p............ 8iI.a alai
...... tine ...... 620
"p 640 a 906 a St.Augu p 640 '"
Side hotels ..mlene the station here at L. Apple, ex Probate Judge, Ottawa GOc and $1.00 at A. O. Rlegel'a Drug ago' 8.10 p1080 pith a............ ......"......U""tllJ"............. 689 p....,.....P.. 642'"j'j 'L
5:40: p.m., reaching Miami at 7:23 p. m. Tax Assessor's Notice. Co. Kansas writes "This Is to Store. i'o'\I\ "ji..J P'18! a 9411 a L..Ka.t l'a "tka..L, ...!6..,2IIJ 6 n p 1124 :'ii"10 '"'-
411 Toop i mr 1O" lTr........... I'RI..t a ............Lv II 00 -croop II 00
This traia:will be composed entirely of County tax assessor, George O. Butler say that I have used Ballard's Horehound ..9'.!LJ I'! a 00 1 II 06 a 920 a Lv............ l'allka!: .............O\r 'OO !!i f 00 p II 115 i j a

parlor cars for which extra: seat fare has issued the following notice to Syrup for ;years, and that I do DWltt'. ............ 7 66 P It or i-: :::::::: An......,.,. 8n.."Mateo........._Li TI'"p To6jLE ; ::": :--!II-!
wllljbe Little Early O.scrs .L!!! 1 1011 P 8 O a 906 a Lv.........,..Bnn Mnteo ...........Ar v p .t.sa P 's'ae's ""
charged. the tax payers of Dade County relative not hesitate to recommend It as the The famous .........,.. 1 :::::::::: Lv......... ... Ne"/{a.. .......1v 4 40 p ............ 116'tea::. !
Local snail and will ditto pills. / 84 p12.. .. : .:........ :, ;......
express: No. 29 ..... .... ......-.. .Jlllnn.II. 486 80 .
to 'the assessing of county real best cough syrup I have ever used. .....::::::: 140 pit 26 P .. .....". .....DuponL.......".". .. 429 22 a......."...
leave Jacksonville at 9:20: a. m., arrive 250 50o and $1.00 at A. G. Rlegel's 24 i07s .. ........Ormond 110t.L...... .. 188"p a "....
Writ Palm Beach at 7:56: m. Return- and personal taxes for the ensuing STARVING TO DEATH. 11'89"p 8 84 p 12 66'p 1112 a ." ............ Ormond ............ 4 02 p.. 4 26 p 8 68"'t'i 'jj'2 '"'
p. Drug Store. 1160 846 1011 p.1120 a .....".....Daylona ........... 8112 418 P 887 a
lag from the LEast Side this train will year, and giving the dates on whichhe Because her stomach was so weak ..........P.. 1a7 P P 116 p........... ....?.,fort ()rB ''lfe........ 841 p. ......., 926 a.,512... a
leave West Palm Beach at 8:31 p. m, and ened by useless drugging tbat she 12 20 a 9 20 ..lL p.! !.!.!!...! M."e"" Hmyrna..Li lap 8 U d 02,2 411"
will vlslfcertaln places and local- Still at the old stand Send us your 102r ; ]iT21 a T:44-1 444 pAr.. ........ Lake Uolm........Lv 1946 p1246 p'006 g I"iii"'"
reacb.Mlami at 10:55: P- m. could not eat, Mrs. (Mary H. Walters, 1080 aIi 89 a 466 p 411II P .01'811110111.' ; ....... 12111I p19 n P 1149 p "y P
ities for the purpose of receiving said laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at 10411 .10411 a 1100 p II O'.J'! > ?Orange t'ny, Junction. _t2 U0 p1280 640 I' 640P'A4
Southbound No. 35, Palm Beach and I Strahan'a Steam Laundry. tf. of St. Clair St., Columbus, 0., was lit- 'T'4 u) ml .. : ....ew 8myrua..Lv' 82 p 816> -2 -P I

Miami Express: will leave Jacksonvilleat assessments: erally starving to death. She writes: Iddur n \118 p............ Lv.E::::.....Oak UIII.......:::.... >> 44 p........... 9'JI>> a a Th.,... ,.' .
29.IB 12 4l Ar..Tiutevllle....... i 08 P 9 69
22" 1 IN p ? 140
March 24' J' 8111i"
Palm Beach.
to West a
4:20 p. m., arrive at West Palm Beach THE BREATH OF LIFE My stomach was so weak from useless dio a -f o a. Ar.,8uu ,r< .............. v "' :1120 a.:::::-:;- --.!

4:10: a. m. Returning from ,the EastSide March 26.-Neptune. drugs that I could not eat, and my .?......... 11 I/O ,1120 a..........., Ly..Sanford............?Ae ..::::...... ............ 91O! A.B".a
(March 27.-IIobe Sound. It's a significant fact that the strong- TW i 10 iif"j; T48p Liar Lv... ...\...Thuxvl" 1f 1- e............Ar "h Ogp T6rj; T4o-. 'i--
this train will leave West Palm est'animal of Its size, the gorilla also nerves so wrecked that I could not ............ V 821 P .. ..."_ Coven ... .......Ly.. I 81 p .........." 100. ..::81117 '
Beach station\ at $ a. m., reaching MIami March 29 to 30.-Stuart. sleep; and not before I was given up ...._..... U 22 P S 26 P .... ... :.Rocklod3s : 1 S4 p .. U 65 ." "-..
has the largest lungs. Powerful lungs --.B 86 p X124 P ...RockledBO hotels.. : t24 p 916' :::::-
7:30 a. m. No 35 will carry buffet March 31 to April Haml.. to die was I Induced to try Electric .._...12 OOnl .14 p .. ...__...Jtau Ualll... ... : 1241 P ........pid71'. '"
The following notice Is attached means powerful creatures. How to .:........ 1212 a 421 p............ ..........Melbo"ro....... 12 B2 p.:.......,1941. "--..
sleepers and day coaches. persoimi the Bitters; with the wonderful result .- ......... 12 tI6 a 460 D ......-.'". w ..._..... Bobaatlen _._.... 60 a .....,......1127 :::::::::
I with buffet to the announcement: keep breathing organs right shouldbe that Improvement at anda --.......... L 411 a 614 P ... ..._....!!t. Luo,........_.. 01 a.......... 10 d& P p.. .
No. began .
99, sleeper drawing once, ... ..._.. II
man's chlefest study. Like thou- 4 20 a 2 00 a 8 011 P 8 Sll P _Fort Pierce' IG 611 .1916 P 10 80 63a
M room car and day coaches. leaves Jacksonville "The law; requires every property complete cure followed." Best health ...._..... gib a 620 P .. : ..__.TlbbnUa ........... :: 1022' a.....,....... .a7 I' ..,,
of the sands of others, 4trs. Ora A. Stephens, ............ \\I 211 a 8 24 P ............ ........ .....Kden.-: .... hilt a ........,. Y b8 P .?...__
at 8:20 p. m., arriving at West owner, or legal representative Tonlo oa earth. 60c. Guaranteed by _.._.. 286 a 929 p......_... "..........Jen.en_....." 10 Id a ............ Yoe p _..
owner, to return all property, real and ; of Port Williams, 0., has learned how ___. 246 a .811 p.. ......_.. ........ Stuart "N 1004 a........... 61 ?.'. .. "
PalmBeach at 6:07" m. and after Its to do this. She all druggists. _......... 914 a 704 P .... ".........'ilobe Bound....... "d8 ,..... .. .Jb P : -..
return from the East Side leaves West personal, on blanks furnished for the wrltps: "Three bot- ... ...... S 83 a 721 }' ... .. ........We.t Jupiter......... .". 0 21 .1.....,.... IJ 4. P p.07 "-. I
tles of Dr. King's New Discovery 8 a 4 10 a 7110 p 6 86 pAr.. .. treat Palm IJeBch.... 550 a1055 a d 18 p IL?Od I
the these blanks
Palm Beach at 6:27 a. m., reaching purpose by assessor ( Leave orders Tropical 617 a .5G .921 P 1180 p L..I.alm.. lIe..ol1..L.. tl40 .'10 2/10/ a 608 > ,

Miami 8:30: a. in.NORTHBOUND. will be sent by mall to all applicants, stopped my cough of two years and Sun office for all kinds of engravedand a27 a 600 128 a x.69 881I P p...640......._P. 'r'-......We.t......lJoyn Pal m Lon lIeacl1...............Ly.Ar 1111 748 a.1000...,_.._a 788 7aa plo plUrgg A: P I

who fall to meet the assessor, on receipt cured me of' what my friends thought monogram stationery and visiting :::=:: 188 a 908 p............ :: ......"'.....betray........-..- 1 811 a...._.... Toe P P::::::
TRAINS. consumption. O It's grand for throat cards. ,._ .. ata x1000 P ..-...... ......I'ort Lauderdale.541)\ a.......... 8011 P ..
of postage., stamp) between the .. ?_-_ e 42 a 10011 P .......,_ .. ......... Vania ...._. tI 42 ...._... e 00 ;::
Train No. 78 local mail and express, and the and lung troubles." Guaranteed by .:: _... 854 ,1020 p..........., :: ........Hallandale........ :: ano a ..._._ 648 P p.:::_.:
of first day ?
with buffet cars and day coaches, leaves I first day January ......--. 720 a1046 p"........, ....... 'Lemon City ...... ,08 a .......... 62le P .....,
of April, of each year. If such person all druggists. Price EOo and $1.00. YOLEnIIOffiY YfAI so a 7 80 a 1066 p 726 pAr......:....- Mlaml_......-...1.Y e 00 a 816 5 10 B7p;
Miami at 6 a. m., arrives at West Palm __ S00 a...... Lvi....... .Miami.' ......; lAe _..._.. ........... goo p
Beach at 8:15 a. m., and after its return or their agents, fall to return Trial bottle free.PROFESSIONAL. Cures CnlcUi Prevents Pneumonia ..........'.: .1080 a............ ............ Ar f ...... Ilomeatead .....,f L. ............ ..........., 12110 p p ::::::::

from the East Side leaves this city at 8:50 I their property for assessment, as required Buff t Parlor Can on trains. 25,20, 78,74. Ba cot Sleeplni Care on traloe 811, 09, 28, 9 8
IDaily axceptBunda/
i law the Is _
by assessor commanded -
a.nt. reaching Jacksonvilleat7:3op.m.Northbound : .
assess as _
No. 74 Miami and Nassau CARDS. I Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFAC'1'URERS 23 No. 27 No.29t 43'"dl HO. 3 No. No16'BODTDBOIIND -
Special, composed exclusively} of buffet "It is not the legal duty of the assessor } galy D.IIy 93
to examine the records of the LAW. Dally Dally Dilly ,Dally Dilly Daily OdlErgot
parlor cars, will leave Miami at 8:15: a.

m., arrive at West Palm Beach xo a. m. county for the purpose of ascertaining Q C. CHILLINGWOUTll' Ar BL Auglatine D 00 .10 00 a IO 20 000 2 1 10 10 p 8 2 50a0 pl 4 00 p 6 D p 9 20 p 9 80 p 100o.
the ownership of real estate in
P' Alter going to East Side stations this d
74 N0. a0t No.18t No. 44' No. 82 N-o.$8 No. 2g No. 96 ''No. Noah.NOBTEBOUND .
der that he may assess the propertyto 92
train will leave West Palm Beach at ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR E'
c alBq ExD.aslluyn
D.IIy Dally pally Otlly D.IIy O.IIP Dally Eas dBqLv
reaching Jacksonville at Its legal owner, but It Is the dutyof ,
10:25: a. m.,
West Palm i
Beach. I<'ln..
y every property owner, If possible, .f St. Augustine a 40 p 6 10 p 6 20 p 1210 p 11 LO Ilo S so 70 8 20 7 N ,
4i4 AeJaokeonvtlte 740 710 760 110 1110 1240 740 910 920
7:40.No. ft ? eel
f' gS, with buffet sleeper, drawing to meet the assessor at the appointed u UO. iii. cimuiK T7
v Trains oompoaed exelmlvelger Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra seat rare will be charged,
; room cars and day coaches, leaves Miamiat place and time, or, at his office'In the Attorney and CounspHor-ut-Law t Dar coach., operated on lheee train. on which no extra or seal rare I.Charged,

8:20: p. m., arrives at West Palm court house In Miami and return his No. Vi
WEST p \LM BEACH, FLORIDA No. 93 No. 91 No. 19 No. 18 No. 10
Beach 10:23: p. m., goes to the East Side property. This I respectfully urge all eon. Nan. Dally Ex, JIIa7por8 Branch Sun, No 12

and leaves here for Jacksonville at 10:55: property owners to do. If the prop- H.I'. BUANNINO.Attorney 7 Only Only Dally Run. Daily; Only Dall7

m., Teaching the latter place at 8:40 erty owners to do. If the property + 4 300 1010. -p-9I6 L..JaekooDvlll.Ar. 'TI: Lm80 ; 080 :=
p. and fonnseHor-j tLaw.Olllci rE Lr.7t'i 210 p 10 60 a 6 40 p 8 64 a Ar..l'ablo. lIeaob.._ .6 60( all 110 a 4 110 p _
.. m. owners will co-operate with me, the y 216 p10a6 a 646 p 860 a _....AUantlo lIeach.- S46 aIL46 a 446 p--
( u.i>r "Hunk 500 p11 10 700 p 9 16 a ............ Ma'porl..L,. 8 80 a 11 80 a 480 p.??,..
Northbound No. 28, Palm Beach and roll can be made correctly in every


and buffet and makes all Busiest house In town.. Even band
sleeper stops. a
Doors Sash Close Connection Made st Miami with Steamships 01 the P. & O. S. S. Compeer
Will leave Miami at 5:10: p. m., reach played to keep the crowd moving, atIdner's. __n__ ,

West Palm Beach at 7:38 p. m. After TT. C. JIOO1), Mj U Havana, Key West and Nassau. .

going to the East Side this train will PHYSICIAN AND ,11/lNGE/1N Blinds, MouldingsAND Three Sailings Each Week.
leave West Palm Beach station at 8:13p. :
WELL WORTH TRYING. Office over Putter's) bicycle store. WEST' Trains discharge passengers at ship' side. No traaat.,..
m., reaching Jacksonville 7:40 a. m. I PALM BEACII. IbMlilnnce near Royal
W. H. .Brow n, the popular pension Polnctana I These Time TablN .bow the Um. at wbleb lraln. may be "pIIOted to al'l'h..t aDd dep&ll
fowl PALM BEACH. ]2-1
attorney of Plttsfield Vt. "Nextto Building Material from the several .tanone. but their arrival or departure al the times stated b ooIIU..1et4.
says: ---
If want anything In the sporting ,
you aorta Ibis Company CO be held re.ponalbie for any dela7.01'an700DMqUenON artalDI lheretroa.
a pension the best thing to get Is r> St. POr'l'EI.C, M. D.,
goods line call and see our assortment
CHARLESTON S C. For of the LOCAL TIME CARD Other Information
Copy or
Dr. New Life Pills. He 8-2898 Fi.A
B. M. Potter, Flat Iron Building. King's WEST"' PALM-BEACH.
writes: "they keep my family In 6X1r; Largest Factory South. "SEE THE TICKET M1ENT."

For Sale Cheap. splendid health... Quick cure for DENTAL. Send for Prices. J. D. RAHNER. Asst, Oen'l Pass. Ad.. ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA.

Headache, Constipation and Bilious- 1>0.K..1I.; MACY 1>B.J. N. NEWIIIAN
The Keystone," situated oa Datura
ness. 25 o. Guaranteed at all drug
tree Apply to C. C Cbngworth f Drs. MACY& NEWMAN
stores. How you can get a good priming paintor

DENTISTS $1.2SA 'r gallon : Buy one gallon r

1 Patronize home Industries, Stra- Office in Jefferson Blo'ck New Era Paint at $1.75 per gallon, and t
Wheels for rent, at Cnmmings. 913ttSuffalo
han's Steam Laundry Is still running. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA one gallon raw linseed oil at 70 to 750

aud you ;bave two gallons of the best
Send us your work. tf.tt r roy
rV J. E. L.IIJOY .
gas engines In stock at Huff J paint made. Try it. We guarantee .

e tiers J3tf CURED CONSUMPTION. Dentist satisfaction. B. M. Potter, Flatiron

Offloo First door welt of Dude State Building, West Palm Beach.
Batteries and motorboat supplies of all Mrs.( B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan., Bank. County

kinds at Hoffstettlers J3tf writes "My husband lay sick for three WEST 1'ALH BEACH FLO It DA

months. The doctors said he had

Improved Train Service quick consumption., We procured a

'y The Atlantic Coast Line and Its bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup [ILLTHI COUCH

connections are now operating solid and It cured him. That was six years AND CURE THE LUNCG L

through trains from Jacksonville to ago and since then we have always

kept bottle In the house. We WITH
Atlanta, via Waycross. Tlfton and Ma- can Or.Kisig'sFOR
not do without It. For coughs and
coaches to Nashville
: con, with through -
colds It has no equal." 260, BOo and New
and Pullman Buffet Bleeping Discovery
Paprwwnt the enrvlval of the.ttaat. We
a $1.00 at A. O. IUegel'8 Drug Store.
Cars to St. Louis and Chicago. her become the I.rYast.eod Lou In lbe
world baumae our .wxla a. batter lhart ( ONSUMPTIOM Price
Trains leaving Jacksonville via Atlantic others Do you wtah to grow the must
b..ntlrul nower..nd the anal OUGHS and EOo & $1.00
) Coast Line, dally at 9.00 p. m., Fine line of latest style visiting lab,..r PI."t/bI b.tseeda-Ferry., OLDS Free Trial.

and arrive Tlfton 1.25 a, m., Macon cards and latest In letters, at The lea. PIs1 A.aaal fie. to all
4.40 a. m.. Atlanta 7.60 a. m.,, Chat- Tropical Sun. Call and see sample; .ppllo..taD. Surest and Quicket Cure for allTHROAT
M. RSRRY at 00., and LUNG TROUBLES .
tanooga 1.16 p. m., Nashville 6.55 p. m., D.Lrolt, Mleh. or MONEY :SAGS.

Evansvllle 1.25 a. m., St. Louis 7.08 NOTICE.In .

a. m., and Chicago 9.30 a. m. County Judge's' Court, Probate Jurls- Four Sailings Each Week Between

good connections are made at Jacksonville dlcton, Dade County, State of Florida.

4 .,, from all Florida points, thus In the Matter of the Estate of PatienceP. JACKSONVILLE0 NEW YORK]

affording the quickest and most convenient Ward, Deceased. Southern
Railc.L1ay Calling at Charleston, 8.C., both ways.
,I service from this territory to Notice 1s hereby given that on the THE HHEST STEAMSHIPS IN TBM COASTWISE SERVICE

the West. second day of July. A. D: 1906, I shall __

For further Information see Ticket present my counts for final settlement Two Trains Dally to Washington and New York. THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LJJB
.: Agent or "Consult the Purple Folder." and apply for my dIscharge' as i SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOVE1\ID1'R': 26, 008 I Direct Service Between
I executrix of the Estate and of the Last JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,

NOTICE! TO CREDITORS.In I Will and Testament of Patience' P. No.84Na 80 Two Train' Vast N No.IiN0. Norlh and .Weat Nat Noi8I AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.

Court of County Judge, State of I Ward deceased, to the County Judge, pas Lv Jac .onvlle ArT 146 746pLv eckeouvle,6oAy r tldla Bann ? Calling HKMI-WKKKI.Y at Charleston SAILINGS.both ways.

Florida, 'Dade County. at Miami, Dade County, Florda.VIfTORIA 114 io 4o 4v J."D Ar 9 91Ip to 4f ,o sox Lv Tewup, So Ry Ar1 S too a Hat Southbound From Lewis' Wharf Bella
I 12 ten Lv Savannah Ar tlip 4 testa 30o. Ar aeon, 8o Ry Lv 148, I us
In the,nfatter of the'estate of PrinceJ. : ADELAIDE ROOT, a ] 6oo.Ar Columbia Lr 40ep 600 stoear Atl.ntaBoRy LvHlaplOmp Northbound From foot of TatUerlne Street, Jaal19g7
95,58 0\1' Charlotte J.v 95Op12 lop 10sea 73w1Ar Rome, So Ry Lv OOrp eaip
Baker. Executrix of the Last Will and Testa- u 5'P AI' Or..o.borQ. Lv TCAI b88a 1188. ye Ar DeitonoRy Lv 145p.I

To all creditors, legatees distrib ment of Patience P. Ward, deceased. 210 AI' Dunvllle J... 557w .6tln 10051 Sao 94aa Ar Ar L..ingmn Chattanooga SoRr, T Lv LV1066"0 a1soup CLYDE. ST. JOHlsrfi RIVER IINE '

utees and all persons having claims of H. PIERRE BRANNING I 6421,10\1' Richmond L ii3041180D 4'V AClnclnaat ACL 8tl0u84opILv Between Jacksonville and 3anford.
demands said Attorney for Executrix. Cincinnati iilg4 p T OutlM
against estate.
; asp Ar LynchburR T 8 8Up tat a T lUa Ar Chicago, Big 4 Lv S to Stopping it P Utkt, Astor St. Francis, Bereslord (Dettnd) and
: :
Tout and each of ;you are hereby notified --- -- 1911 0Lou. Ar Charlottesville Lv 14111 1';, a SiPI.v n'nall Pa'flase 045"qys Intermediate Landing oa the St. Johns River

t /' and required to present any; DoWItt's :t' Salve II lc.u3Ap, 91101.0\1'0\1' Washington 11.Ithnore Lv 1... ]Ot2u 061" D6op 9PJP 946D i Lv Clndn'at1.CHADAr9/I, PeLlte.Lv is 401> Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fred'k DeBary

claims or demands which you or For 1015 23.RrWO.t I'bllad..lphlalv aat. 65ftp ayr Ar Chtcago,6fononlt Lv p
PUae II-
I I Burns Korea 415 S3taAr'' New York Lv 1:110: IIlGjiIOI' DO'Jp era appointed to sail as follows-toavs Jacksonville,dally oxoopt Saturdays. Bt 8:80 P. ]

either of you may have against the I ''r-- I I ] ,33 and 34"N. York and Florida Express. 945P1.Cilia 6 Toledo n'et, C H H A D Dr7eta Lv 1I 40 turning, ea..Asnlord,dally oxcupt Siudaya at 9:110: a, m.

estate of Prince J. Baker, deceased .GIVES HEALTH. VIGOR AND TONE. Dally, Pullman Crawtoll'-Roona 81.10'' Car 7'3' Ar Detroit, P Fl Lr tooup -----
PorlTampa aad Jack.. I'vll1e... N.... -w -
a York' 98OpLvCludnnal
laU of Dade County, Florida to the Herblne Is a boon for sufferers from : I 8/Aa rClevelaed he 1g.i"T.v den.No. Y IplLimner"Dally Southbound Schedule.JACKsoNviutKr! !lort h Ooh' \

undersigned administratrix of said estate aneamla. By Its use the blood Is ... 19 and 3O..W..hI0Iftoo end Florida tp a.Itttin Kead down J-

within two years from the date lair C ". 1a"lIl1Onvln.Pullman to New Drawlne.Room. York Sleep iiq .i ll4, 4 )z v 1. Itl.Nn LuTe j 30 pin .. ... ... ... ... : ... .. .. ..ArH'l'
quickly regenerated and the color becomes 1> *
Sol5pru .. .. ... .. .. .. .PAtATKA..i.:.... ... Lrarrl jl
f hereof. normal. The languor I. ,dim- Throng Llla<1 01 The Rky : s4)u Ar Annatop Ito Ry 71ts 14 ) ooam ..... .... .. .." .... ..,,. ASToa ... ... .. "Jl
Dated January 80 A. D. 1908. 61' f.v----j 'tl.. AI'' a 11 Ar Blrmin tham, Lv s Itip 'a 4 jo am.. .... ... ...... ? ? s t.
inished. and Lv ft.
Health rigor tone pre- It Ift/l n.a.oaa h.Oa A. lid" 0 Ap Ar Memphl. Frisco Lv sia, 'a PKANCI9.... .... jp14\
011011 Ar Columbia. --+- .. ... .. .. ... 0
Rosa E. Baker. dominate. New life and activity 8.C. Lv 116a 04o"ArKansu.Clty, Lv 6j, ?BKr.HSFORO (DatAND)......
'v Administratrix happy "111ft AI' A.hWlle N. C. Lv I Mp / Lt Mamphia, Arrive S Seam.. ....... .-............... .n".8ANPRD ... .... a "il
of the H 87 A.r .. |
+ Prince J. estate of results. Mrs. Belle H. Shrlel.Middlesborough 811I11' Knoxville Hot8DMal'.N.c.Ten Lv I.vI ItM1p&611 q row Ar $ol 8prhlgx- Lv 76p "TO 00 am............................??...,ENTERPRISE.....7,. .,. ... .. 100J!
Baker deceased. Ill., writes, "I have a50a Ar 1.0..1",111. Ky. In fl6p Noe. 13 and r4-Daily, Solid Vealibnle train, General
4ao Ar 51LoulaAlo. LrlO0a through le coacheaaodPullman .t.epingcar. Passenger and Ticket Office. I 122 w. Bay St. JaCkS
been troubled with liver
complaintand 8 16. A.r Cincinnati OhIo I.v 8 lOp Jack.onvllle to cinclnnatl.No .
Tea acres of land laid out In town poor blood, and have found nothing Iq and o-Dally Pullman Dra..lnlr-RclDm No. i9 and y-Pullman Urewl,8 Room Bleep. W tit 11'It.: .'IRrrNMUNU4rRJr. Jr Prel Ito e.e.. Aoa'. O..n.II'. .... AJ\ W.O"y>> a.JackrsonLDy"vropp,
aDd Bull..t. Car log Cen betwren .
Sleeping between JaekxonvUle
to benefit me like Herblne. I hope Jackaonnlle Birmingham, '
.. .
lots, between five and six acres of' bear- never to be without It. I have wished and Clnotnnatl MWnphte,7anflR"Theme and Kan.a. City.'NoL tlanta. al.'HIIExccIleut A. Or IIAU&RTY: Uen7) $arc n0f HOgnrtlilN.w. To'h Cf.'hI{!: AI ILDI6, OeD1 F r'1.{'..

ing'pineapples. Pineapple crop alone that' I had known of It In my husband's Dining Oar Service Drnwiog Room Bleeoing'Car.spen. Jacl.on.on .- VHBU: o. EO KB, Vice Pretldunt. and Uenwr Manager

wlH.net 11,000, 'roperty located In life time." 600. A. d. Rlegel'BDrug Ala 'ralDe Can viii.remain to Atlan.La*aleaper and Chattanooga In Atlanta until, Psaengnrg ins am. General Onloes Pier North niver.New York Branch' SIlO) Broadway- I

what Is known as "Pleasant City" a Store.Kodol =
colored suburb one mile north" West t. C. LOSK Dist. P.... Agent 108 West Bay Street,''JacklOovl1le, Fin ----

Palm Beach. :Address D. Caldwell, Dyspepsia Cure WH.TAYLOE 0
P. A.
A West Palm Beach Fla Digests what you eat. S.II.HARDWlc.K, P.T. M., BROOKS MORGAN A. O.Po- A. SUBSCRIBE FOIl THE S SQ

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place, Porter's Packing House. ...
Mn..a/l'e/ of 1I>. DIaad -
I "P-recinct
No Inspectors: T M. (
I The mileage of the blood circulation

ot- Dreads McRae. Clerk, T. :J.H.Haygood B. Hodges.and I. B.Polling Taylor "Cut reveals personal some history.astounding Thus It has facts been In calculated our. 7

place, school; house.. > that assuming the' heart to Atoms & Miller 1 v,

I I "Precinct No Inspectors: J, I, beat 00 times a minute at ordinary ;

Hardy D. Cassell and J. W. Pierce. it Out" heart pressure, the blood goes at the \ '
andSweet Clerk: J. M. Umstead.: Polling place rate of 207 yards In the minute, or seven -
miles hour, 108 miles day '
Light Rouse's. store. per per tJ
"Precinct *ay-smanr a doctor to hit and 0.320 miles per year. If a man Blacksmiths ,. ,Wheelwrights
I I Inspectors: W. W. of elghtjtfour. years of age could have
I lady patient because he
Marshall, Ed. T. King and Henry one single blood corpuscle floating In
I'I doesn't know of medicine =a I
Bryan. Clerk: R A Bryan. Polling : any his blood all bin life It would have ;

|i place, Strauahau'a store. that will cure female traveled In that same time 5,150,808 i
trouble: except the sur. miles. ; General Repair
"Precinct No. Inspectors: J. B. geon's knife. Horseshoein; and -

Wofford, J. "ty. Ives and J. A. Harp. .. I
are mad with That such a medicine and s> .
Clerk: J. II. Glesson. Polling place, exists,however,is proved by A well known horseman describes a Work

school house thousands of cures made by fact (in natural history which may not
"Precinct No. 9.-Inspectors: Paul be generally known. It Is that all four
ROYALBAKING j Matthews, L. Fornel land J. I. Peters I tooted beasts In making the first move. Manufacture of Tools a Specialty
ment In walking:, running or any sort I
i Clerk: J. A. Daughtry. Polling place, WEOF of forwarjl motion always employ tiie
school house. CAR DUll left bind leg as a starter. Even TV, '\ Freight Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders

I I "Precinct No. Inspectors: T. L. child If put down on all fours and bid.

( Townley, H. Dale !Miller! and S. L. den to advance la that position will \ '

I Patterson. Clerk: R. B. McLendon. I make the first move with Its left leg,

POWDER Polling place, Fair bulging. Cures Womb place Its hands of an at animal's,the time fore occupying.lefts. the Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach

"Precinct No. 11.-Inspectors: B. S. Disease

Absolutely Pure Potter, Andrew Hardee and Jackson An Ac.oinpltah...l K.et.
'eacock. Clerk: J. W. Qallaway. It has saved the lives of many "Grandma, may I take that piece of
Inntl'dyspeptlci may be eaten'iiitboutInconvenience 'Polling place, Shone's old store. weak,sick women and rescued others chocolate you left on the table? I will __ .m _
from a lifetime of chronic sick '
I I "Precinct No. 12.-Inspectors, Henry ness. It will cure you If you will te so good." """' "' '''''''''''''
"Yes, take It"
even by person Gossman, Wm. Anderson and J. Cas- only give R a chance. Try It. you may
with delicate tello. Clerk: D. C. Brown. Polling Sold by all druggists and dealers The little girl does not move.
digestion ..... I place, school house. In'1.00 bottles "Wh don't you go and get It?" 4 4Incorpiratodl
"Oh, grandma, dear, I ate It :first!" THE BEACH CLUB
"Precinct No. It,Inspectors: W. A.
I j Scott, R. Blackwelder and J. F. Saxon 1.I I wore a supporter for four Something He Had Foraott.n.Small .

Clerk: J. R Horn Polling place, years, to keep'up my womb," Boy-Ulster, kin you change a fc ( )
OFFICIAL CALL Saxon's store."Precinct writes Mrs S. J. Cluisman, of ten dollar bill? Mister-No, sonny
Nlannsville,N.Y.tt My doctor said That ,belongs strictly to my wife's I
s---,- No. 15.-Inspectors: W. A. RESTAURANTbreakfast
no medicine would help us. After share of tha domestic!! duties. I might
for Democratic Primaries in 'Marshall, S. M. Alsabrook and A. C. taking Cardul I gave up my support have been able to change one long ago, $ t
Frost. Clerk: R. C. Stanley. Polling :.rand am now well."
but I'm clean out o' practice now.
Dade County I
place, school house.

I The voting shall be by ballot on
meeting of the Dade County tickets furnished : Luncheon : Dinner
A | by the State and ----- ---

leraocratlo Executive Committee was ,County Executive Committees, and at f t t

old; at Miami, 'Fla., on the 14th day the close of such election, the Inspec- West( palm ,1J ao1l. Winter .JlotsZs at all hours
and Clerk shall
proceed can-
t 1 March, 1906, pursuant to adjournment j
vass the vote In accordance with the Pleasantly located on tbe lake front, {

State law, and shall at once forward The Holland
I The following call for a primary rommnndmff H floe view of Luke

(lection was adopted, to-wit: "' I the returns to the Chairman of the Worth and the Royal Poinciana Special Orders Received, for Parties

I Notice Is hereby given that thereIU County Executive Committee. West Palm Beach ,
The assessment to be paid by the of three or more. '
be a Democratic Primary Election Every convenience.nnd romiurtat
old In the several election districts various candidates shall be as follows: L. D. Lockwood, Proprietor moderate prlrp ,,
Representative .. .. .... ... ,$ 25.00
1 Dade County, Fla., on May 15th, \. '
I Clerk of Circuit Court .. .... .. 150.00 S Fronting the Lake

06 06'i for and the, If nomination necessary on of June all Demo-12th, Tax Assessor .... .. .... ... ... 75.00 1i: a, 1ite: V 1 e Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY ,

Tax Collector ....... ... ..... 75.00 Vase{ and WhitehallOlive
itlo candidates State and County, to
........ ... _
County Treasurer 75 00 between the on. 906
i voted for by the Democratic elect 'I" street Bi Idga an'l Catholic Church Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold

County Commissioner ,. ..... 1000 Baths rates week. MRS C. LAutHER. .
MI i at the general election to be held $3 per day special. by J. Prop.The i
Member Board Public Instruct 10.00 -- -- ''' '''''%%%,% %% %V
|ovember 6th, 1906, and to be appoint- NOW OPEN!
I Justice of the Peace .,..... .., '5.00 -

the Democratic Governor of the I I Constable .. *.. .. .. . .. 1.00 E lrrman A Winter Resort/ that -
ate, between the date of holding ,
(:County Fish and Game Warden 5.00 will Please you. -
fcch primary election, and ,the hold- i
I Supervisor of Registration ... 5.00 Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements. pAYT SII OLES
|g of the primary election, A. D. 1908. 1 M
All candidates are ,required to file a WM. D. VAN'T WOUD, Box 127, West Palm Beach, Fla. ,
The following officers are to be .
written to have his
application name
nlnated at said primary election, A Boarding-House: of
Ht: appear upon the official ballot on the fT\---rO t tta High Order ; ,
blanks furnished by the committee \ I Q 0 a Olive l St., near
One Representative in. Congress, accompanied with (the fees above set boatshe Lake Front >J
nod Congresutonal District. I forth with Ceo P. Bull, of OJus, Florida KlttfitrlBLIchl; *. hot and cold bath, and other modern oon..enlenom. Table ivrvlo a 4Jvl
Two' Railroad Commissioners. Secretary and Treasurer of the the bat hate 98 to 81O. week. Oorre.pundenee.ollelted.
BOne Member of the House of Repre- MKS JTKANK DARLING, Proprletreu "
County Democratic Committee, on or
ntatlve. before the 26th day of April, A. D. 1906. Datura nad
One Clerk of Circuit Court for un- The Streets
The Democratic County Executive Northern
plred term. \\ Rpoms
Committee shall meet on Monday, May only.
|One County Assessor of Taxes
|One Tax Collector.One 21st, 1906 at the County Court House Hot and cold bath, toilet, electric lights and all modern cnnveniencea. Locatednear
In Miami, <(Florida, and publicly can- Lake Worth. Quiet, pleasant place. For particulars address

Five County County Treasurer.Commissioners vass candidates the returns are nominated and declare by a majority what- OPEN THE:NOVEMBER NORTHERN 10 Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the Market

hree Members of County Board of
bug Instruction. !' vote for eau[ county office, and will In Tem S Larjt NowFBel:; Ad: Lightest Shift, Lightest Rnnnlng. The Champion Speed Writers of the World h,
what cases a second primary Built.
ne Supervisor of Registration. dltlon 4 use it. More Fav-Sholcs used in Pensacola tbanlan} other single make ll
have to be held.
ne Member Airgehomsiikehot.lwell l -appolutedandbcautlfnllyl..csted gIvinghormni"r'awith.nut ( >
{Member of the Dade
Attest W. A. FILER, extensive. situated teke i worth : l too Kn\ul
: the cu t of the more one. po optmHlie See it Before
|unty Democratic Executive. Com- olnclana Hotel White w lt"'..'". electric! bell., good flMhlnir. hnntlhir Hud lionllni. Buying.
Ittee for Precincts Nos. 14. and 7, GEO. P. BULL ,Chairman. Us lea U: .fill and sa per dayBpI..1 ratve by the weak. THE PALMS. Went. Palm Beach.Seagle .

ppectlvely.ne Secretary.. h OPENA R. C. DAVIS, State !'Agent. e

notable Justice in such of ,the districts Peace and as have.One I House CHAS. B. KENDALL, Local Agent, .

No.. i At the Tropical Sun, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA
(antes WILSON A
Flan and Game Warden. o.
.. Centrally located end near Lake ortb. Coolairy ruoiim .beet. table service
he rules governing said MANPir/VCTURBB/ : OK ko7.oleo7eotso7solso7eo7.o7.oteolaot.o5eoi1oi1oL1o7ooi1o7a o it07foie07107eo71o
Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month oetostoRoetostokoetoetoetoRoROetoalltO o ,
lion shall be the same aa those Boots and Shoes F. V. SEAGLE, Proprietor Ito OROetORORORuatoatoROatOStostx. 00
f>Pted by the Democratic Executive 0'1' ila
Ito k
nimlttee, at their meeting held In OPEN Os! 00 d

fkronvine on February 24th, 1906, Repairing in All -Kinds of Lea'ter Bt1iggs Cottage: :Select I Ito oeoo J1 xJtO

7 governing State primaries BO far Goods Neatly Done HomeHot '- .1111I 00 .
|the same shall be applicable to the and Cold Baths. Wholesome, Home Cooking. No consumptives Taken : I After r
IDty Primary. Those and only In ian Tanned Buckskin Evernia Street, Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida o! I ) .

8e persons shall be permitted tone MRS H. E. BRIQOS, Proprietress o ClO

candidates before, or' vote at, I

[|lf Participate primary adherence In election to.the'the management,principles who declare and of FOR and TENDER Horsehide tfEBT Shoe The VirginiaCentrally I I OPEN5DECEHBER eyes FIRST i II Ii! Your 'F mitt/re/ Trade I II

of the Democratic Party, Olive S4 North ol. New Jefferson Bla.J. Located Hot and Cold Baths Electric! Lights Throughout : aJf .
onal, state and County who are, .' 00
Lara, Cool Rooms, and Culnlne the vary bent. Bate la.OO Per Day.: P Rat- by ; I JI
the laws of the State, lawfultore the week or :mouth. Carrlaiie.ruc In connection: ; with haute to and Iron; tralnn.. 0 .,1DJI

i of the election districts In I MRS. A L. 'HAUQH, Proprietress. j Yogo! It o .

Ilh they otter to vote, who have NOW OPEN j Iron Bed and Spring,. '
d their poll taxes legally 'due not .f j.. B. McGINLEYFuneral 00o

> !than ten days before said primary The Keystone Datura Center Street' of Town, near 1 with *00'.11 ,
I Ir o
Uon,, and who shall, when chal- Directorand Ic c o ALL MOSS MATTRESS ii !
pd by an elector pledge In writing An Ideal Family Hotel Good home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms. :.w 3oX
n oath before Inspector toP Hot ana Cold Baths sat modren Improvements. Rate. $a.oo per day, special rates J 00
Ie by any by the week. MRS. BEN]. COOK Prop., West Palm Beach, Florida c Only $.875,; ",
and support the result of -' I IfftJZsma.:61S o *' '

Primary, and support' the nomi- NOW OPEN Ate -- It% ', l lro .1'i
1 ; i '
thereof. ( 00

"e Polls shall be ,opened and clot- Embalmer : ott :tas CTwoablock.e l ,Nice 30x 60 Rugs

at the several election districts, CSI west of R. I{. 1 Ii t

hours fixed by the general elec- Both licensed by the State to embalm 'Large airy rooms Bath and other 'conveniences. Table as good as the best. J Only: $1.40 Yr ..\..,
Rates $B a week to home people; transient rates 81 per day :Ato 00 '
law The following named and prepare bodies for .shipment. : West Palm Beach, Fia, i/ MRS. C. F. CROSBY c cU. ,,. KAro 00
cJ .
[ are hereby appointed Inspec- assistant. ..

and 1lhltrtcts Clerks: for-"'the "several ,elec-. Lady N. Burhans, Pren. E. A. Tldd, Vice Pre" W.V.' TIdd, Sec. and! Trens, i ON i Singer Sewing Machines on 0 r+ '

.rBCI;!net No. l-Inspecfors: '-N. H.Ik Florida Orange Grove Realty'Co.. J For Sale or Rent .

e' H.. **, Styi>mann and B.a. Bait GEO HASLEHURST & SON Fruit Grove Grove :xo 0.11
: Carl IF you have an Orange Grove, Grape Pineapple or Lemon Ito
Schroeder. Polling\ place, Grove that you want to sell, 'write us and' we will show you how WE SELL I O __ __- 011I
*' store Contractors and Builders GROVES. No. |Hogan Street. 1 110 Ito

C1nct' No 2.-Inspectors! Frank Ui'fercuoot Atlantle Xntinnat, Bunk of JiiokunnvlUa., Jacksonville, Florida I ; '
ere, :O. BOX) < 2GINLEY
1 k: T*1Itchen.m .and Bi: ti; Miller.: P S 304 ---- I ;of, J B. M oN :

,, : Hepburn. ., 1Pplllng placej\ J r ) at
house ,
,i .

reClnct n, Joel] No A. a.-I Jean 1spectore' Frank S..H. RICHMOND, Agent GRAFT, BUDDED Mul gob a Mangoes. x'o 1 Clematis Aveuuo, Opposite School, a fie,

and Dan -C os- oft
e. Clerk: Campbell, Largest Collection ot Crotons in. the United .State I'alms Phyllan ofiAfo
; Polling nf t !
.La' Company
old engine house? X J... < Perriie':. Grant; c... Lhos. ,. eto. AU pot. grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock li'o o. '

redact,Na.4..In: pectora:. JesM IU A'I.' ESTATE. .. grown on High".- Spruce- PineLands Address, 'II;Yo I

herb, J. I FLORIDA JOHN ;rO';:BEACH; ,.. :7 .- West, Palm ,Bepcht,:.Floridaf 'leo7eotto7ldlloAo7! 'oito7eoROlo7eo71o "ortOrCokolRoKOltOkoaostoK: .
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Henry Whlppld of West Palm, Beach, ...
of THE .SIRKIN co.
paragraphs formerly of thla place, Is filling the ,

place with S. S. Jones, vacated by ,/ ,
Gocal InterestHuyler's John I,{. Gore.-Cocoa News. I'

:Mr. Antonia Lopez, who has been '

candies, Broadwell & Moore holding a position In Daytona for several -Our ;
Hartford tires No. 77 >3 oo each, at months, returned to West Palm
Gumming 9-I3-tf Beach Thursday, and will engage in A.thony'scUT

t Mr. F. S. Dewey spent yesterday In business in Fort Lauderdale.A. ,

Miami on business Q. Weinberg, who has been in

The last Issue of the Palm Beach West Palm Beach for severn,! months Cut Rate Sale
Dally News for the season of 1906 will visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. W

V appear tomorrow morning.: Faber, returned last week and will

/ ''s Attorney Hutson B. Saunders, a prominent spend the summed at the home of his

6 candidate for the office of son here.-Cocoa News. It would take all the newspapers -

Clerk of the Circuit Court, spent) yesterday of PRICE SAL
Mr. J. D. C. Morris, formerly this I
In !(Miami, taking after his political city but now engaged in the hardware in the city to tell you all the S

{ ; interests. business in Daytona, has been elected
good things we have on sale such'as
The second regular meeting; of the ,captain of the Halifax Rifles, of which ,

City Council will be held next Tues- ;company he has been first lieutenant
Ten per Cent Off on the W. L. Douglas
day evening, when the salaries and for the past year. John :Donald Ca- ,
accounts for the month will be audited meron's many West Palm Beach Shoes and Monarch Pats.

and other Important city business I friends will hasten to extend congra- The big reduction on all the Men's, Ladies', NOW: .. ON atQandzclaie

transacted. ulatlons. and Children's Shoes, Hats and Shirts.. ; .",' "

BlUmori* Cream nrl'ad..el1&Moorr. Mrs. John B, Stetson baa offered to Children's Suits and Pants at One-third Off
the trustees of the Stetson University .
Mr. Jas. N. Marsh, Florida representative regular price. ..
theStandard at DeLand to make good the offer of '
of Sewing $1 OOOO, If the entire board would re- See the line of Shoes in our window at
la at The Palms to-
Machine Company,
day. Mr. Marsh will establish an sign according to the offer aa made by $1.50 per pair; worth double the. price.
Mr. Stetson before his recent death.
Palm r Palm 'Beach Stor
agency for the Standard in West
Beach The trustees adjourned until April, 19 A FEW ITEMS
to further consider the proposal.
'Mr. J. M. Ennis, a well known pine-
Preliminary steps toward the Aban- $10 and Suits
$12 for
apple grower and farmer of Stuart, Men's and Boys' Hats
donment of Dry Tortugas as a naval '
who has been acting as Juror in the $6.5O
coaling station and the establishment
Circuit Court at Miami, arrived here of a quarantine station there are be- On Table No. 1 $1.5O. $2 and $2.50 .
i last night and la spending today in
ing taken, and the coaling facilities $12.5Oto$16 Suits for Qualities: for $1.25
the city. He will leave for Stuart tonight -
now located there will be transferredto $8.50 Cheaper kinds for 48c

Key West, greatly Increasing the
On Table Mo. 2 .
Hawyoiinbikes repaired at Cummings Importance of the station there. Men's and Boys' Shirts76c t ,..y ''' I '
Clemntloave bank. All work S .
? opposite $15 to $18.Suits for "

guaranteed g-Ij-tf ITnvler'd Caidlp n-oa The Hotel Palm Beach will close Preparations are being made for a
On Table No. 3 Shirts for 48c
Its doors for the season next Monday. charter for building a canal across

Notwithstanding It has been generally 'Merrills'Island, connecting the Indian
Terms, NET CASH While Sale Is On Cfi'hs
conceded that this baa been an "off and Banana rivers Members have

' season" with hotels, the Palm Beach pledged support for Its construction. I

S has made a record that Is fully up with The cost will be In the neighborhoodof ,

all past seasons, and still has quite a twenty-five thousand dollars By(
THE SIRKIN CO. If a stranger comes up to !you I ,
number of guests in the house. means of this canal the run to the :

Persons interested In ancient history ocean beach from Rockledge can be Arid' says!:' : "Welf. well, how do !you: do?"

will remember that In the early made in about an hour. Jefferson Block West Palm Beach
back-- \hand "
s Slaps your -gives your \ a shake,
days of West Palm Beach there was Batteries and motorboat supplies of all
an organization here known as the kinds at Hnff.tettler' J3tf And says!: : "/"Old Mari' what'll you take?"

Board of Trade, which used to meet on The cold wave of Wednesday gave Dne CentAWOFRD Asks after' your wife and'\ all the folks;
the second and fourth Wednesdayevening fruit growers In the upper part of the For Sale

of each month. It the organization State a pretty bad fright, but, according fftts a cigar like the one he smokes;

? were still alive next Wednesday \), to newspaper reports, no serious you his Max
Says reserqble friendJiai ,
Y evening, would be the time for a damage'resulted. A heavy frost reached ;

meeting. as far as Daytona, but*the Daytona And wants !your views or\'\ the Drainage T ax---
I Classified advertisement In this col- Sherman's Point
Tate mineral l water, Broad- News that a diligent inquiry '
Spring! says
umn at one cent per wurd for each in- .. Please stop your work and listen well
well & Moore. showed that little if any, materiel sertion. Count the words find send tbe !Lake Worth !
resulted. The to cash alo. with tbe order. on To all the he
The steamer Palm Beach has been damage mercury fell g I' '1ice-things l1asto tell;

taken oft the ferry run for the season, a very dangerous point in Dade County
MONEY TO LOAN. Near Best Fishing For l"te's not a dealer in real estate,
and for while it feared that
the heavy traffic now being over with, a was "" -
and the smaller boats are performing pineapples and early vegetables wouldbe Ip YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT Nor a bunco marl' but A CANDIDATE.
ferry service ,between West Palm; Injured. However, no reports to you want to Improve and need money
to do It with apply to Oeo. G. Cut rte,
Beach an'd the East Side. The Palm that effect have ,yet been received, Went Palm Beach. 'Twenty-eight acres of Land' euita t
Beach will, probably, after carrying and It Us believed that all vegetation
out the usual excursion parties at this I escaped injury. PIANO FOR: SALE. tHe for Pineapples, Frnits and Vegetables ; -

season, engage in freighting during the ; Lathe work on brase.and steel at Cum. Coat $400, made by Haines &: Co.;;, : ; 800 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit,

fruit and vegetable season. tilings.. 9:,*3-tf. just as good as hew. All silver strings : ,IJWIG &CCGRRgent
with mandolin' attachment. Will sell Orange, Bananas, Gnavas-in fullbloom
PIERCE'S BICYCLES at Cummlngs, Orrtn J. Dickey and LeRoy Hiscock >
Clematis ave opposite bank, West Palm will leave Monday for a trip south to cheap. Must be "disposed of by first One thousand feet of Lake Peal! EatQ:
week In April. Call 'at "The Nort ern" r> J >< A
Beach. MiamiHomestead and '!;
Key West ofa for particulars. Front... ..ibirti-fi large.CozoafiutTrees ; :
State Superintendent of Public In- week or more. Both,have been employed '

struction W. Holloway, In giving during the winter .months In the Batteries and Complete Launch Snp-:' ; .,,.5!!,. Shell, Mound. Beautiful

out the statement, showing the list of office of the Palm Beach Dairy News, plies, at Fowler Brosv\, & King's. View, .'

r, ,., graded Junior and senior high schools Mr. Dickey In the editorial departmentand J -
Brass Shafting, at Fowler Broi. & -
to which, State aid has been granted Mr. Hiscock as bookkeeper After '
r under the provisions of Chapter 5332, I this vacation trip they will return to -

mentions the following Dade county West Palm Beach, where Mr. Dickey ,. Magnetos, Jtj 00. Best made, At --
4 Institutions: Miami, senior;;' $000; West will make but a short stay before leav- nt Fowler Bros. & King's. a Bargain

Palm.Beach, junior, $3GO; Lemon City, ing for his home in Belfast, Mane, The Americus Fertilizers

TuVal.graded, $200; Delray, rural graded where he has a position on the staff .>
$200. The total amount of the ap- of the Watervllle Morning Sentinel. '.

proriation, distributed among the During his stay in West Palm Beach, Louisville & NSlyhleYL.Ltroad BOX 155, West Palm ,Beach, Fla. Vtgetttble, Fruit and Vine Orange Tree

various counties, of the State, is Mr. Dickey has made hosts' of warm .and
Strawberry Fertilizers. Save been
$58,000. friends who will look forward to his .
return another season with a great ; ,successfully used on Florida soils'for'many

1 Mrs: L. Constantine Is showing a deal of pleasure.B AUGUST STOCKER yea 1'ft. For any information call on or'address -
new line of shirt waists at greatly

reduced prices. Now Is the time to M. Potter, "Kent for M'pei, Ameri- BEST LINE TO High-Class Experienced
('US. Arm.r.711'1)| & Tonmer's ,
select your Easter hats. Painters, and genuine imported Peruvian ,
Flat Iron ;
Mr. and Mrs. Zay and daughter, guano. BuildingUNDERGROUND Birmingham Nashville Custom Shoemaker

Inez, accompanied by Mrs. Morningstar FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla
have returned;, from a pleasant TRAGEDY. Knoxville
Philllppl, W. Va., !March 23.-A terrible Memphis, .
trip to Nassau. Mr. Zay and family Fine Boots and ShoesMad6 to Order
topped off In West Palm Beach fora explosion of dust In the. Century c" .
Louisville Cincinnati "
short stay on their return, and here mine, twelve miles from here, at four Repaii ing Neatly Done

they were shown about by Mr. and ,
o'clock ;yesterday afternoon, Is believed -
Mrs. Mornlngstar. They then went on to be the most deplorable In a St. Louis, Chicago, Weal' Rubber Heels for Comfort

+ to DeLand, where the daughter, Miss series underground tragedies, which the Rubber preraiir henle on make nut alion and*ankl nnlnolemi... Lira anti In relieve enalor WestPalmfleach
Inez, Is completing a course In music has befallen -the, district in the past and wbun rubber heels.. are uneii. a coDMilorailon of
Impiirtunoo In publto building bataln, the ho. ,
(Mir and Mrs. Zay are residents, of fifteen months. The meager reports, All Points North and West pitsl.taobiertton.blo.| the :?,Rubber the wliuol heel.room Cellna Ohio, also the hom, of Mr. which have been received from the cepttbly' jarlnmitont to walking or running :
and Mrs. Morntngatar, who have been 'scene of the explosion tell of the dismemberment eating aver bird In nerve nurtiuoi fume.Clammla .and' make a on,9qn nt Town Lots.

in West Palm Beach since last December. of many bodies IncludIng ...pu., oppomt Branding Brother
u ". Route of,the Famous! Tourist Train- Dry Goods ROUM
the terrific force of the blast which

lrr Tate' Springs mineral water, Broad- 'swept them to their death, A report "Chicago & Florida Limited"Only Choice Residence Lots
well & Moore. received from the mine this morn-

1 (Mr. Z. T. Merrltt, "of Miami, makes ing reports tne recovery of twenty-one Solid Pullman Train to the West, FOWLER BROS. & KING '
p hId formal announcement In this Issue bodies. Sixteen men who were over- Car with Observation. ;'' Library and Dialog

'of'The Tropical Sun that he Is a can come by gas have been brought up I Leave.flu AinniHtlna a sae a m.dally MACHINE I SHOP ,from $200, up,
didate for the omce of Clerk of the and are expected to recover. The death !Loavm Jnokounvillo': :TO a. m.daily
I Arrives Calomn aIe: p.m,next<< day BAS ENOINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY semi-annual
Circuit Court,:and asks the support of Hat .will probably not exceed fifteen ArrlTUi 8t Lnuia 1:10 p.m,neat day AU KINDS of LA.1fE.and. SHAPE..WORK one-third cash, balance by;
the Democratic .voters of the county men. Eleven are still dead' in the mine. I II II I installments, on reasonable time, accord
Mr. !Merritt la among the most widely Over two hundred me"n were employedla I GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES '
t' known citizens of Dade county having the mine'at the time of the explosion I Through Sleeper also operated on A. ing to price of lot.

acceptably filled the 'omce of Many of the mules employed St.C. L,Louta.8:05 and p.m.' Chicago.:,Traib l '' Jacksonville" to FOR ,SALE For plate And'full Information apply toW

Superintendent of Public Instruction, about the mine were killed and the i. "
Near Ferry Landinglake ALLAOE'R. MOSES
from :which position he retired two mine was badly damaged. i Front '

} year. ago. At the last primary he I anti POT w inrormktleneeto4ra*>taoli"iulcaar-d lull to information ail petal North call WEST PALM. BEACH, FLORIDA I : Agent Florida Eaat, Coast Railway, Land Dep rtrn80t.

was a,candidate for the county clerkship Patronize home Industries, Stray ,on any Ticket Agent or ..ddr.woEO.UERR1NG, _

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