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 31, 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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I I'I Lately it has been learned thatt'resldent SECURING CADET BODY ..f,

-- e -]; Grover Cleveland, who

|th h Matting Was Dade County Books Will Remain Open for .30 Court Adjourn! After 'Docket Is for many Vlnters has been coming \ : I

'WeIr Clearcd-Some south to Stuart, In the northei'n part
Says East Coast ; Days for Signatures of Salty
Voters! of i )ade county, has purchased a plot Board of Trade Holds Enthusiastic Meeting and Decides -
Homeseeker the Sentences
of land In the town and will erect a That Steps Shall be Taken at Once -y'7
v substantial winter home thereon The
|a current number of the East I r Supervisor of Registration J C. Bur- The work of the spring term.of the seller was Ernest Stypman and the to Finance. Proposed Concern ; '

t Homeseeker published at St. I,teshaw of Dade county is in Miami circuit court was finished 'Vednesday'morning I! deed will be* ,recorded in Miami within r9 ,

Ltlne In the Interest, aa Its name making preparations by securing at Miami and the court adjourned the next few days t u

les/of the east coast of Florida, I' books, blanks and other stationery for "s All the world knows that Grover I 'That the city of West Palm Beach, with the approval of the special com t t
to the Dade Cleveland is an enthusiastic fisherI tit ?
eollalderable.space sending to the deputy registration of- Edward Lewis, who was placed on I if all of Its citizens put.their shoulder I mittee that had the entire matter in
jty fair recently held at Miami I man and all the world knows also that it
ficers in the various precincts of the trial on a charge of receiving! stolen to the wheel, will lie' able to secure 'charge and was presented with their $ rfF
W other things it says: I' |Florida is his favorite stamping ;
Jht ninth annual fair of the Dade county, incident to opening the books goods, was convicted by the jury. This I I ground. Therefore the announcement the annual encampment of the Kentucky 'endorsement In short, It providedfor
Continuing I the formation of a stock company, '
2 and
'April so
| Agricultural and Horticultural Monday, settled all the cases dealing with the { that he is to build in Stuart causes Military Institute for next winter -
ty the Idea to sell the stock to
dally until April 30, when they will
Hty was the best ever held in the close. house robberies which:. agitated the little surprise and the fear felt by I ,. and for succeeding winters, there :citizens and take in exchange their It .'.'
Sty the month Florida that heeding the invitation -
or probably, during I I This means that the book* will be people of Miami last fall and winter. I people now seems little doubt. If the enthusiasm notes, payable In ten years, should
portion of the.United of California, he may turn his'
arch In any 'J-i.
[ open for four weeks, closing two weeks Three convictions have been securedIn I manifested at Wednesday night's they not desire to purchase the stock ,
Each year has shown a mark- 1 affections! to the Golden State another I ;A( '
t. before the first 15th. '. meeting of the Board of Trade may betaken 'on a cash basis. These notes, made \ ,
primary May well I
those the culprits are i
cases and
Icrease for the better, both In ). eIiy winter, Is found to be baseless. Dade (
The deputy registration officers will as a criterion, the contract will by financially responsible people of the ,I V
and quantity of the exhibits; on their way to the penitentiary. county Is proud of its ,distinguished
qualify all new voters In their respective be signed up in a very short time. city, would be used as collateral to V r a
Hi the fair of 1908 overshadowed In the of Elliot Prince Indicted winter visitor.Special.
case the cash needed to push the ,
precincts for primary and general It Is encouraging to note that the secure pro-
1 all !in the displays .of citrus elections. for larceny and embezzlement, the citizens especially those representative ject to a conclusion. Should man fall 'Y,

I Lts vegetables and manufactured I I All those who wish to be transferred I judge sustained a demurrer to the evidence Agent ofGovernment business and 'professional men i to make annual payments on the note 1t I ;tV'l

connected with the Board of Trade 'his Interest In the company would t'. pr lelr
from one precinct to another must and the prisoner was discharged.A \ f + i ; ,
jlils !season the management added apply to Mr. Burteshaw, at Larklns, continuance over term was granted Here going about the matter as if they lapse and his stoclt would be,returned

Dew r features which proved very as the"deputies are not' authorized to meant business. While there was to the treasury of the corporation :
} and will result in greater In the of Chester Kelly: a white ;
(live make these transfers. case sober talk at the meeting and a Previous to the submission of thls; It.

'drill for the fair and the addlof !- I The following are the deputy registration man, charged with an assault with Intent Mr E. P. Valentine of Washington, canvassing of ways and' meansto plan the report of the special committee 1

many new settlers for the officers In each precinct of the to commit murder. % D. C., special agent of the Treasury raise the money necessaryfor appointed at the meeting held

Jla east coast, and 'bring'to the county: This finished the business before the department, has been In West Palm the purchase of the grounds and Tuesday' morning was read. It detailed '

|3 of many readers a dealre to''I Precinct No. 1-George Parks court so far as trials of cases were concerned leach'*tfl";% 'ti ist few days. 'Mr. Val- erectloi; of buildings, neverthelessthere how the committee. In company .', ../ r

Stills! country. The piles of magni- I| Precinct No. 2-P. Kitchen. and the Jury in attendance was entine's announced purpose was to was no disposition to dilly dally with Col. Fowler, bad, la the after- .I' 1"tV i + '
|t fruits and vegetables just taken discharged. noon, visited several locations north ,' .q Pll
Precinct No. 3-Frank Sheen make an investigation ia this localityIn and the gentlemen present, appearingto if 'P
J the Acid were an ocular demonIon J I,i Precinct No. 4-Jesse Daugharty. Sentences were Imposed by the courtIn order to determine if any smuggled realize the benefits that would and south of town, which might be '

| that these products grow here Precinct No. 6-T. J. Haygood. the following cases during this term goods were on sale in the local stores. result for the town if the school was available as sites for the school. One 9f I

j perfection unequalled anywhere Precinct No. C-J. W. Umstead. \ I Will Anderson, assault, with Intent According to reports, he found condy secured, were unanimous:;\ in their of the points considered aa the most i I I'' !u ? ,

j The sight of these unapproach- I Precinct No. 7-M. W. ftlarahall. I to commit rape, ten years:in the pen- tlons satisfactory. Another purpose desire to push the matter to a speedy feasible was the Jefferson tract south t

I products created a desire' to goiee Precinct No 8-J. W. Ives. tentlary. of Mr. Valentine's visit was to see that and successful conclusion.The of town, and east of the new cemetery, .1.;, g c

i the fields and groves where I I Precinct No. D-'W. E. Pendleton. Chris Lomax, assault with Intent to local vessels are equipped with the regular routine of the board this location being favored on accountof .I+ j

I were produced. The fair is the Precinct No. 10-Joe Chaille. murder, two years. proper\ lights, bells, etc., In accordancewith was gone through with before the Important the availbillty| of city water and 1I I J

Hoeing argument that the east William Livingston. grand larceny, government regulations. special business of the even- electric lights.. "- i i "
Precinct No. 11-Alt Peacock.
I of Florida is one of the most two years. Ing was broached. Some one wanted THOSE WHO WOULD BUY.
,Precinct No. 12-E. O. Tweedell. A -
|ei localities in the,, United Charles Brooks, grand larceny, two to know if the board was still alive! This special committee It seems. r,

la." Precinct No. 13-George Moody years. Another Blow at and Dr. H. C. Hood, who was presiding had made up a list of citizens who }:-' @@t + ,1
Precinct No. 14.-0. L. Hargrave.
J Inspection of the premium awards Tom Vickers, breaking and entering, officer, remarked that the or'-IlIlI.a-' could reasonably be expected to takea
Precinct No. 15 B. P. Lipplncott.
J3 that a number of people In the I five years. Drainage Scheme tlon certainly, seemed to be "a very block'of stock ia,the proposed cor-

i of the county carried oft! prizesthe Ed. Lewis, receiving stolen goods, I lively corpse." Secretary rf. P. Bran- poration on a basis that would war t ,

excellence of their exhibits. Longer Time for five years. nlng called the roll and it developed rant a fair return for their money and i
Broward's Everglade drainage 4.it' 4.
jug these were the following: E. E. Stafford gambling, fine of $25, Governor ', that a large number of the hoard appeared, from the report, that the
struck another hard
st t boxed grapefruit; Henry Wells, of Taxes or GO days in jail: scheme was 'members were present. FoP dwing $25,000' or $30,000 needed to finance
Payment the United States
jlngton, Vt., $15-G. O.. Mathams, Hugh Travis, attempted robbery, blow Thursday ip ''thU the minutes of the last regav!: the project could be secured with lit- '' .

jt Palm Beach. two years. court at Jacksonville when Judge I moiling were read and approved Tlun tle trouble. .,r't t

IK t oil painting, special prize, $2.BO A. C. Croom, State Comptroller, has Will Haynes, assault with intent to Locke issued a temporary injunction the call was made for the rppons) c.ft"I Mr. E. A. Walker being recognized .

|'s Laura Woodward, Palm Beach: granted an extension of time for the commit murder, six months in the restraining the collection of the drain- standing committees) and several mat "by the chair, made some remarks full i 1,6 6t ,i'

Rat display of sweet pickles; Girt- paying of all State and, county taxesin county Jail.Edward age tax: on certain lands situated In ters of minor Importance we e disposed of sound common sense. He declared
Dade county, thirty days from those counties designated by the commission that If the school could be secured it l t'11'
|Bros.. |- Mrs. Blackmer, Dp 1t 1- Peck, breaking jind entering 0 t. a :
tax Is to- be '
in which this "
I March 31 to April 30, inclusive. with Intent to commit a misdemeanor, MR. ANTHONY'S PLAN. would prove the biggest advertise- ,

it t display of canned'goods; Miami The request for this extension of $100 fine or three. months in the county levied. Under the head of new business the ment the town ever had and that ..I '
petitioners for the 'injunction!
amatory of Music, $5-Mrs.. O. M. time, toY the payment of taxes was i iI jail, The proposition to secure the winter school doubtless other schools would follow t t 7,

|or,.Palm! Beach I made by T. L. Gautier, county tax assessor John Cobb, gambling $25 fine. were represented by E. J. L'Engle and for West Palm Beach was then the lead of the Kentucky Institution. r } $ l t

|* display of canned goods; Miami on account of the slowness In'' Edward Brown, murder In. the flrsl,"J. C. Cooper and the State by W. S. brought up. Secretary Brannlng read He was in favor however*, of locating

'et, $15 in trade-Mrs. Blackmer, which the people are paying/ their degree, to be hung.A Jennings a plan proposed by Mr. J. R. Anthony, the school near the city, so that, in ,
t'Y. taxes, and to prevent their property number of cases have been remanded M. A. Marshall of Danla has issued which provided for the financing of c.'Stll!.' military institute failed! to A

st t display of canned goods; O. D.IT. I later on being forced to tax sale, and to the county court for trials I a notice to the taxpayers of Dade {I the project and it was explained more como here annually for a term of years,, a H J
because he believed further time wouldbe county affected by the drainage act, the property could be used for hole or ya
1250-Mrs. Blackmer Delray.at as the crimes for which the person, in detail by Mr. George Brannlng. I F ra
: requesting them to meet for the pur- .
| display of embroideries;: Mrs. to/the/ interest of all concerned. interested were Indicted did act, It was stated that' the plan had met ? }
of combfntng to the collection Continued *' ,
in pose fight "n BT a s
I'w' $2.50-Mrs. E. ,,,11. Dimick, Were the books to close tonight amount to a 'felony. of the tax levied by the drainage po i
J' Palm Beach. accordance with the law, a largo per- The circuit court will hold a special t

It display of hand laces Mrs. centage of the propertyIn the countywould'remala session In_ Miami In the month of Juneto commission. <" Mr; '
; -- -- Benefit Entertainment il :
Tonight ;
lter.4 2BO-Mrs. Potter, West Palm ask for no further unpaid.time Mr. Gautier and unless will I : clear up the calendar of civil cases. Beautiful Easter Hats I .1

I st displayof drawn work; Mrs taxes are paid during the will next be month forced For Sale Very'tbeap her Mlles usual Ponce Easter will reduction give her customers beginning I I I for the Public School Library gip L 'j L :. ;, :
$2. all delinquent property
BO-Mrs. Battle" West Palm Launch, 23 feet In length and 10 feet Thursday, April 6th. Under The Palms, t

b. to tax sale. beam, 3 1-2 horsepower, Fay & West Palm .Beach Fla.BARGAIN '
at Last night's entertainment given by in getting together a good library. i,
lace center piece; Mrs. Hunter, Bowen engine; one lighter, 27 feet In
Mrs. a. i. Metcalf. West Palm the D. C. length' and 12 feet beam. Built; one 1 Mrs Cella Richards Phelps and Miss i Turkey eggs for setting $1.00 per nil'' a

h. and one-halt months. Apply to O. J. $ALE Grace Pauline Phelps was: so much appreciated dozen, W, R. Moses;, West Palm. ,

t display of burnt leather; J; !A. Tho Fanny Harralson Gordon of Chap- Lauther, ,West Palm; Beach.NOTICE.. Of Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons, by those present at Zapt'sOpera Beach; FlaFLORIDA. ....n,.
ter of ,the United Daughters the Alligator Hand. Bags,, Purses and I
WOO-Mrg. Q. I. Metcalfe West House that these ladles ,have I ,
i Beach Copfederacy will hold their regular Pocket,Books;,;Burnt Leather. Souvenir ;' '"'.'
t business meeting at the home of Mrs. Goods at 'prices LOWER :THAN THE kindly consented to give us anotherin EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA! '

luster display of china painting; J. A P. Anthony at three o'clock Mon- Those $25 curled hair mattresses ) : order to afford! those whose attend- .
5.00-Aius Josephine Llnd- 2nd. All members from the guest roma.of? the Royal LOWEST.E. \ TION. y, t to
West Palm day afternoon, April A. WALKER, ance last night was prevented >by,, I
M. Beach. are urged to be present. Poinciana Hotel'are now on sale'' al Jefferson Block. West Palm Beach. Ithe I "an Prof. R. M. Ray, Chairman of the ,
rainy weather opportunity to
CURRIB'S ,PREMIUM. Bros. Co. opposite school
President. McGinley ,
MRS.'F. B. Executive Committee of the Florida ,
of $25 offered! by At- P. IIATCHETT, Seoy house and can be had, for a abort time, enjoy tile spenaiu; program presentedby
eJ G. G. Currie'' 6t this city for MRS. W at same price as they were'sold.for on For Sale these talented ladles, as well as to Educational. association has called a

largest variety of vegetable ex- REWARD the Munyon lot-$5 and ,$8, spot cauh.!! Small .righteendootmotorlaunchwitbhood. ) further help in ,the ,laudable effort! to meeting of that committee to be held''

|led at the flr' wi.s won'by Walter of the Call there and, make, your. selection.. tf Flrst-claM' ,in ev'eri respect. Price create a fund to add to and better our at"Ocala! Fla..",,,on, the,, 10th and, llth.I r, }
din Will be paid for the return ci B. M. Flat Iron r '
of Potter
e Fenl1ew Farm, near Miami. lost the night of February 22, 1130 Public School Library. I fat. ,prIi. ih; .first session.;to,job,' he'lJv
Interesting correspondence con- Jewelry Building S I It The entertainment given by these in the office of the countr.luperlnte,- .,
flSli the moat Profitable methods from, ;f'SaltaJr'! J cotage. No, Questions, FOR BALE. i '
ling asked. Answer Dr. W J. Fields.. Box Windwlll. Tower, Pump and Tank. t t !Pottcr' .t \be'} FUt Iron Bulking, car p
brave will be
pied between the two who were ao fortunate aa to the Step l looking to prepare
tIolllen Palm Beach Fla. it In fairly good condition,will be told at a foil tine of finning tackle und ,m i
West *
and.'l'h. Tropical:SunVUt 480.:, ;pi elements and attend last night were. lag program. aecuring'.raflroad.Tatee' .
Tower BO feet hIgh| ; .
e sacrifice. raanitlon.rf i
this a great '
public next week. It will ,. 30,006'gallons.. well repaid.' ,[land making; other ,arrangements! for
e ot and city of tank
.Iltterest to every farmer In Indian Motorcycle Apply J. B.' Donnelly. Clarke Estate I toes engine repair ng lath, wort: ,Don't fall to purchase tickets for tonight l the annual meeting of the,ansocfationl"C

re.COunty and also to'Tlgltor' a\1d\ ind' trl carsat Camming. Agent, at Palm Beach. 1m I at lIutrateuter;: \\ta and thus aid out'boys and girl lat- -St., Augu'stlne. 'I" 'f' i

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v all ever the South porno icports of :....................... FOR TREASURER.To .
THE TOPICAL( SUN. .i the voters of Dade County: I

expanding Industries. : POLITICAL I hereby myself aa a can-
Pioneer Paper o' Dade County. Florida. announce
.' -- -- "-- -- "It is computed that farm propertiesIn i ANNOUNCEMENT i didate for renomination to the office 20 per Cent REDUCTION( )
1.:1: the eleven states that once seceded of County Treasurer, subject to the
Published Every! Wednesday and Saturday ,
f the' Union have risen In value :! ........... ......: action of the Democratic Primary election ,
tJ. \T wolf PALM. ....0... ,DAOB OOUNTV. 'LOftlO ,
TAX COLLECTOR. to be held May 111, 1900.O. .
more than a billion dollars in two FOR Annual Stock-taking Sale
1 hereby announce myselt'as' a H. RAULERSON.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ss.oo. PElt YEAR. years. The average yield of these lands Candidate '/ \l
.. -- "for re-nomlnatlon to the, officeof Miami, '
I --- since this century began is $200,000-; Ta'Collector of Dade County, sub! Flag ,.'
I .I Tropical Sun Ptt,1ishingComp'y,- 000 a year; greater than it was in the ject! to the action of tho Democratic FOR: COUNTY COMMISSIONER. For the next 30 days we will give OQI

I" SOJIAS. B. KENDALL. Manager> preceding six years. The South now primaries. T. ,N. QAUTTER.. To' the Democratic. voters of Dad' per Cent Off on our entire stock of Hardware -

not only grows cotton for the world Miami, Fla. County: I ,. Stoves, Sash and Doors, Paints, Harness

but manages the marketing of It. The ,.*. ,,.i--i = ulummmifum,, I hereby announce myself as a can- -
or Welt Pa..n Reach Implements
the Pontufflce Agricultural
entered al
FOR TA3R( COLLECTOR.To didate for the .t9Iice of County Com- : Crockery
necoud'CluM tnUr.I all the
na speculator who once got cream,
the Democratic. Voters of Dade missioner from the second district of Kitchen (Furniture, etc. The chance SI

gets It no longer. The planter Is County: I II I l. Dade County, subject to the, will of life..don't miss it. |
strong enough to fight his own battles, voters expressed at your
"Smoking cars for women will be'i hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic as
which that he defend his
means can
trains de luxe," snysithe the position of tax collector of Dade the coming primaries. Off All Cash
provided on our Cent on
own property. 20 Purchases
t County, to the action of the a.: PAUL C. JONES. per'
0. superintendent of the Pennsylvania -
general subject
I to be held May West Palm Beach, Fla. fare ref uuded to ont or-town customers
commenting on the Riujroad) buying |
system, goods d|
official is well |
15th. My past
to amount of 20.00. or upwards.HatchettDaCamara.
running of a train from London known to the voters and I believe FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.To I

I, Liverpool with the label "Ladies' Gonttnn d from 1'&1(. J. should I be elected they will not be the Democratic Vfiters of Dade

Smoking" on one of the coaches. With disappointed In the quality of the ser County: r
ocher Hla remarks were, lu
of the purposes. vice performed by me. T J. HARDEE. I hereby announce myself as a can- Hardware Co
due regard to the privileges lne rjtaln, heartily endorsed by those
: dldifte for the office of County_ Commissioner I
.t American woman, we hope not. No, 1'.eseut.
FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT from the second district Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
i iI I i never.-Jackilonv"le Metropolis. Attorney O O. Currie moved that a COURT. subject to the action of the Democratic
1 flnai/co/ coiiifHtea be appointed (o nscprt West Palm Beach, Florida
I hereby announce myselt'all a can- primary, and promise, if elected, perform ) -
ln how stock subscriptions
< many didate for Clerk of the Circuit Court, the duties of the office to the
:J that statute of Joseph Jefferson coiila be ei-cmed and that the 03111nHtao -
Now a subject to the action of the Democratic best of my ability. GEO. B.. BAKER. I
ulro te: required to comniuulonlo -
X\\ is son to be erected In Central primary. VWest Palm Beach, Fla.
\1', lit ouco .. !tb Col.) Fowler 6.1 'U1 .z
Park the admirers of Edwin Booth and HUTSON B. SAUNDERS JR.
.I." hip .'f the hilght! hopes for tus. "I" "!* 100000
\' West Palm Beach, Fla FOR COUNTY CLERK.
to the me- .
'f. Edwin Forrest are rallying of the enterprise. The motion carried .
To the Democrats of Dade County:
mory of their favorite actors and insisting unanimously and the chair appointed '' nUItKlIAItH'f'SBURKHA.RDT'S west Pslm Baach.Feb.lrlaot
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT/COURT. I take this method!/ of announcing
should take Messrs. O..Q. Currie, George Banning
that one or both
t} my candidacy for the,office of County
/ To the Democratic voters of Dade
I precedence of the late favorite In statuary and J. R. Anthony. The need of haste ..' Clerk, subject to the actionS of the PRIVATE BLEND
was urged and Mr. Currie stated that
honors. Jefferson died at West : he would communicate with Col. Fow- I take this method of announcing Democratic primary, and will appreblate -

about as candidate tot the office of any support that my friends can Is Designed for the
rr Palm Beach, Fla., one year ago. ler at once. myself a Of Coffee Specific

Jacksonville !Metropolis.The County Clerk of Dade County, subjectto give me. Respectfully of Equalling for Cents
the action of the Democratic prim- ,
Then followed remarks anent avail- ary. F. W. HAHN. Pound Any 35-Cent Coffee Sold Else-

able sites. Mr JValker stated that he WELL WORTH TRYING.
has taken where.
Philadelphia Inquirer was.. not In favor of the Jefferson site FOR COUNTY TREASURER.To W. H. Brown, the popular pension

the pains to investigate the affairs for the reason that it was too far from attorney of Plttsfleld, Vt., says: "Nextto
the voters of Dade County: Eight :years ago we first put It on the market and sold,it at 33 woli.]
along the East Coast railroad, where the city and advocated securing one Having been Identified with" Dade a pensionthe beat thing to get Is The enormous and steady sale ever since proves our assertion\ and iliol

the construction gang is at work and nearer town. if that be possible. County since 1895; having done tile Dr. :King's New Life Pills." He enables us to buy on close margin; so that we now can sell It at 25 ccjul
Others thought the Jefferson locationan writes: "they keep family in
finds It about as good as any railroad very best I knew how, as an individual my a pound _, S
Ideal one and said as much. No citizen to make It 'a prosperous splendid health."' Quick cure for Ourstore is the only place you can get It, as It Is our own PRIVATE

camp. Some of the fellows who came action was taken In the matter, how- county; having lived at both ends of Headache, Constipation. and Bilious BLEND, and no one else can successfully match it for the price.

down from Philadelphia thought they "ever, as the prices placed o.i the sites the county, and having filled a public ness' 25 Guaranteed at all drugstores 1

'a were going to have Sunday dinner at under consideration had not been office (so that the people may know .

the Royal Palm.-Gainesville Sun. learned, and on motion, tho old special whether I do so conscientiously), 1 L. W. BURKHARDT. FINEST GROCERIES
committee continued being Instructed FOR SAt.E.
was ,
now offer myself as a candidate for
N. B. Get prices on and Feed.
our new Hay.Jtlraln
I to secure fuller Informationand the office of County Treasurer subjectto I Ten acres ot land laid out, In town ,

State exchanges Indicate from the report at as early a date.an possible the Democratic primary. I need lots, between five and six acres of bear- t37"lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books

'+ ? announcements made for the Legislature I to the finance committee. The every vote that I can get and trust ing pineapples. Pineapple crop alone 000 o-o-o-olo-o-o-o r00

Meeting adjourned. that my friends, whether .In the cityor will net $1,000. Property located In

a strenuous opposition to Gov.. It is known that the matter must l-c country, will not forget me on the what Is known as "Pleasant City," a

Broward's Everglade drainage } settled by April 15th in order to i day of the primary, In return for colored suburb one mile north of West

I While the announcements sC1eme'j secure the winter school and It is very which I promise, If elected, to perform Palm Beach. -Address D. C. Caldwell, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SO!

I'show this to be an Issue, the large ,I probable that a special meeting of the duties of the office with as West Palm Beach. Fla.

citizens will be called as soon as the much courtesy and promptness -
number of prominent men aspiring for
i committees are ready with their re- as I give to my private business.
the Legislature in various counties, ports. Rules SAVINGS
OEO Q. CURRIE. Regulating the DEPARTMENT 0
f who are opposed to the plans of the END OF WINTER SEASON. West Palm Beach, Fla.

Governor, speaks for itself. Yesterday marked the end of the

The administration forces are also winter session of the military Instituteat FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To THE
;l' alive and well-known champions oft Eau Qallle. At that time the entire the Citizens of Dade County:
school left on their special train for I hereby announce my candidacyfor
Gov. Broward In the last primary are
their permanent home at Lyndon, Ky. the position of Representativefrom Wpst Palm Beach, Florida
also candidates, and it seems to be This was the.". flrst winter that the Dade County. To you I submit ," ,

i conclusive that the drainage of the school spent In Florida. An experi- the question of my qualifications'< td ,

Everglades Is again to be the Issue. ment In the beginning, it has proveda represent you in that capacity. If ,

Jacksonville :Metropolis. most pronounced success. Not a nominated at the ensuing primary, i. The Bank shall be'open dally for the transaction of business, except on Sundays and Hoiking, from

case of .sickness among the 140 peo- shall devote my best efforts to your QA. M. tq 3 P. M.,'and Monday nights from 6:30: to 8. x j ja.
ple at the institute and; every boy returns service and the welfare and upbuildIng r .

AN ELOQUENT TRIBUTE. north In better health than when of Dade county shall receive my' Deposits of One Dollar and upward will be received and the Pass Book will contain the terms ol
he came. But one day in the whole earnest consideration
One of the most eloquent tributes 'to agreement. I i '
session of 12 weeks was the weather ., Respectfully J .
t the memory of the late General Joseph such as to prevent the regular J. W. WATSON.
I 3. On making the first deposit, the depositor shall subscribe his or her name, occupation, residence andpostoffice
Wheeler was that uttered by tt New dally! drill. ..It is hoped that when the !

b York minister, Rev. Dr. Stires, who cadets come south another winter, FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT address, tn a book containing the rules and regulations, of the Bank relating to deposits and depoiltor -

said: West Palm Beach will be their objective COURT )'hereby signifying his or her !assent thereto, but no omission or failure to sign such book shall relieve
f and that the town will by that Believing that my service for the
"This Is one of the greatest occa- time have the necessary buildingsand past five years as Chief Deputy in the the depositor receiving I a pass-book. centainlng'these rules and regulations. from their. binding force

I sions of our lives. For we are met to grounds 'In shape to accommodatethem. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ? '

' honor the memory of a rare man. I qualifies me for the position, f here- 4. All deposits shall be entered upon the books of the Bank, and a pass-book, shall. be given the depositor '

I Ilit l do not speak to you of him principal- with respectfully announce my candi- upon which shall be entered the sum so deposited. '.

ly as a citizen, statesman or soldier, Crops at Fort LauderdaleThe dacy for Clerk of the Circuit Court, '\

for the mere record of his deeds is prospect for a good crop of subject to the approval of the Democratic 5. Drafts shall be made personally or by the ordet of the depositor In writing, properly authenticated, <

:? far more eloquent than any praise of vegetables at ,Fort Lauderdale is excellent Primary. S. O. FITTS. but no person shall be paid any part.of any deposit OF Interest due without, producing the pass-book or certificate
says the Miami News. Owingto ,
j ', ours could be. It Is of the man I excessive rains many fields were reset FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT'* issued to him orylw, and baying. the amount. so"paid entered thereon

think at this hour. Was 'he entitledto several times but the muck landsin COURT. A 6. The bunk will rule all demand 'day*'
To the Democratic voters of Dade' as a pay deposits on yet It reeerve9 the right to require sixty
be called great? It is not difficult this section-composed of '
vegeta- County: written notice of Intention withdraw dpt'slts; the Intent of this rule being solel.1.o; protect the Bunk andhl'depositors
for you to decide. lIe was distinguished ble matter ]largely-can stand more -
e rain with less damage than other I hereby present my name to the In times of public excitement and danger. ': ;" 'V
C by courage without rashness, sec- voters in the coming Democratic: .
tions. During the season of 1905 about -
by wisdom without pride, by gentleness i 117,000 crates of vegetables were ship- Primary for as candidate for Clerk of the 7. Interest at the rate of four per cent. per annum. will be allowed, payable'j on the tenth day of J January. ,
f' Court Dade. County
without by patience '
weakness ped from the Fort Lauderdale district. Having resided here for twenty-five April, July and October of- each year. Interest due and not wi thdrawnlwill be added to the depositor's account
without heedlessness, and by justice Of these 13,000 were from Colahatchee, "
two and one-half years. I Invite inquiry and investigation and will Itself draw Interest a? a deposit. Interest will begin on the first day' of each month' upon deposits clone
a which always leaned toward mercy. miles north. About '
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of who ** b
those, do not knowme *
He honored man, he trusted, and to 80 per cent of the output was tomatoes, personally as to my reputation as dollar or more, made.on that day or during tha e preceding month\but such Interest will not be due untilthe **

every man he was ready to give his Growers are engaging pickers and unloading a citizen, my record aa an official in Interest days fixed above ,

time, his substance his heart. The a busy crates season and and baskets shipments, preparingfor will years past, and my fitness and com No Interest will be paid on any sum ,less than on* dollar nor upon any sum withdrawn before the first of
to .
petency for the
office which I aspire.If -
North gives him unstinted honor. The go forward In .earnest from now on. elected I promise) fair and court- January, April July or October for the period that may have elapsed,since the last Interest day.
South even In her grief is proud of April 1 will see all the growers ship o .
eous treatment to every citizen, at the
her ever loyal son. Cuba, for whose ; ping. About all,the growers at Fort hands of every person connected with I .,_ : 3-S.In;: cue of the death. of any depositor, the,amount standing to the credit of the deceased will be pa'1'to.blsorherilegal.representatlve. '"
Lauderdale reach the loading :.
stationby ..
freedom he fought, sobs out her grief the office. ; f .
water on New river, which extends .. "
i across the waves and the whole world some five miles Inland. Soliciting the support of every voter v \ t : 1iJL

I pauses for a moment today to declare who considers me competent'an4 capable leu.-Si: 9J" case of lost or stolen book, the Bank will be responsible for payment mid thereon only when duly

I am, respectfully I '
that" this waslndeed a man., Let Fine line of latest style vls'tln' EUGENE H:, DIMICK :a. notified wrltlng'of'of such loss or theft. While th'e bank will by all possible means endeavor to prevent ]losse' ,

there be llttie of sadness here. We are Tropical cards and Stm.latent Call!n letters at The West Palm Beach, Fla. :; arising fromsuchkbccks, payments made thereon before notice received as above, required. shall be valid pay
and see sample" I ..-, .
not commemorating a defeat; It is a -- -- -- -- -- -. 'ments to discharge the,Bank. |Ii k: ( 5JJ I"". BEl5i- :f: I
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of noblecharacter. .'. '
of life-the a "j
victory triumph ---- faIn cqseof\ |[ booltcrepoi| ted lost destroyed: the bank will require, ..such. evidence arid such Indemnity I
SUMMER HOTEL CHICA90 w the-DircctorcJinoy- : deem just and*proper.E tT.L.: .:. g*. .*".*. J; ',I'- ","' 4Fr .,

I1IIIIi'L .:. .r.. oj j>v ,
WEALTH IN THE SOUTH. ? ro: Deposlt;modelbT.fuarrled| ["'omenlltnd| bymlnor are entirely free from the control of the husband' 4
HOTELt tEli. Pl flDO ; **1' ,
Philadelphia Press says that no I or guardlanjand: will be so held.3tS: "..,n !:. H;; ea."- CTT ETi = v : I: K"- '
other part of the United States Is taking A High-Class, Family and Transient Hotel aa3glrc't : i J.
e Ii.;A.11 deposits will be held asXrusts strlctlyjconfidentlal and private 'I'-'I M
strides forward than the Loculml between I
VTuMngtm .
longer and Madleon Avenue '
; fronting the
MldviiT' : ;' f. "
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Bovl adjoin the Unlve .
Chicago .lt
section which, once made up the Con- v '* rz.11The'Bank reserves:th* right alterfor amend any Role oi1 Regulation'by giving ten days' notice t.i it

federacy. In. the race for wealth the Parlor and.Bedroom with Private Bath and Boa'rd for two People. 'pe ;" -
From | ;'intentlon\fo"doso; :through an wlp ;published In'this city. 'f' k t
$30 to $.0 per Week. \ .. .. ..- 'W : .
Southern farmer Is abreast of the .J, .' < : H > :lf." .te
Twelr miDUtm frArn/ Don Townl' via| flllnola Central RII.I,..",. '. ,
and the Northern ,
Western granger All Trains atop at Ojrd street, to vhlch all Bavtaf* should !be Checked.: '

manufacturer. He Is no longer! : hamp- Bt AOItHY A MUHIVH, Pvopvlatova. 'I- .Bank Remains Open',Monday Nights From 6:3o:
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t A Regretted Refusal A scientist Dream explains. some of the i t rr

strange phenomena of dreams by saying -

that they ore due to what bo call

(Originate "hereditary memory." He takes the

Arnold Withers, lieutenant In the l.--F "fulling through\ space" dream and

United States artillery, was a noticeable points out that after suffering the mental tug

young man. lie was proud, sensitive agony& of falling the sleeper ei. Discount
acid of honor.
and the mother capes the shock of tho actual stopping.
died while be was a child, but he had The explanation Is th sensations

never entirely recovered from her loss. have been transmitted, from
Ill* father'be bad seldom seen. Whether remote ancestors who were fortunate
this was because his business necessitated -
enough to save themselves after falling $
bis absence Arnold did not u r Q
from In
tc.QI""Q'> t1"" : great heights treetops by
knoW. At his mother's death the boy
clutching the branches. The molecular
bud been placed under the care of his IT IS A LONG STORY changes In the cerebral cells due
sister, where he had remainedtill
father's .
to the shock of stopping could not be
be had entered the army. Ills father that refers to an account transmitted because victims falling'to

I who was rich, supplied him liberally "The depositor la an esteemed patronof the bottom.would be killed. In a similar .

f At with twenty-five money. Lieutenant Withers, years'standing. First, business was manner by reverting to the habitsof JUST ONE MeRE WEEK F

while serving at Fortress: Monroe, met ui.01, but the account grew with the animals which existed: centuries ago
the same Investigator finds an explanation -
iroHperity that
attended the bank."
Corn-5 for the mental state experienced t4't' l 1
had given but little attention to Banking for Profit by individuals In various dreams '

the who opposite sex and had been rather the "pursuing monster" dream, the i 0UR 3 ANN LJ7 L ifi

I displeased than 'other-wide at the an- requires and bank.patience for both depositor! dreams"reptile, and suffocation vermin"dreams dream, flying color

gling they bad honored him with, gave
dreams and the like. :
wny to Miss Tborndyke. It Is said that Stand In with our conservative methods

opposite aVe usually most likely to attract and your profits will te a cause for iaack Medicines of Brvon Dar. $

but In this case certain similar congratulations. Open! an account In Nearly everything .In, the unlmal
psychological traits drew the two together our savings SALE $
i : department kingdom was formerly used<< In the $
both conscientious
They were '
healing art. In the oldest medical
honorable. Miss COUNTY STATE BANK fi
both Tborndyke was
book now composed la Hello-
not sure of bet heart In the matter and, West Palm Beach Florida polls where once Joseph served In the $ ., \,
to the she both .
man ad-
fearing wrong ---- -
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house of Fotlphur, we find "means for "
mired and respected, refused him. She Increasing the growth of hair, prepa'retl OffLADIES' 'i'iw
had scarcely for Schesch, the mother of Teta, the
her action. "But If b... loves
me as
king of upper and lower Egypt"Dogs' I.tl ,' .'l
he thinks be does*" she argued, "he will t tI
teeth dates and
." But Withers 0
come was not a
asses' hoofs were carefully cooked In I
man to look back lIe was a stoical fellow oil and then grated. As Teta lived before '
and not even bis most Intimate
Cheops, this recipe for hair oil Is
friends knew of his wound. '.
GERiEy l. older than the great pyramid at Olzeh 1fjt "t iiBRANNING
Ten years passed. Withers had become
and Is supposed to date back more than
I) a captain and was ono of the 1'7ua' 0
7 [ 0,000 years. The heads of venomous
moat officers In the
promising army. serpents! have held an, Important place
bad been sent abroad to
lie study and BROSD
In medicine. A strong broth made
report<%certain ordnance problems and
from them and mixed with salt and
considered In his .
was an authority dopnrnuent.
spices and 100 other remedies was employed +
Nothing prevented his beIng I
under the name of therlnc as a
a favorite socially except a distaste -
.cure for every conceivable disease.
for so!letr: Occasionally to : Three drops of the blood of an angry oUtFittERS j-i-

freshen a too serious disposition he CUpID IS ft cat gave relief to the epileptic. e A9'fP! t
i1e would attend a ball, but he seemed to WEST PALM BEACH FLA
sea under the polite attentions of the
Iko revelers their real seUl bnesl. "So- DAPPER DRIVERAnd
ti ciety; ," be said, "Is a masquerade, the Camp Tidbit.. .

gay costumes and engaging manners bundles the rl'lnsln smart!. f nub- The muskrat may be broiled over the $ d

1R being masks to conceal the hollowness cm. It's his delight) : to bound our hot embers, with sliced --Jmeon so arranged :
underneath." After an hour's attendance dl'liverylogon along New Year'* that the drippings r't'ln"over' the '

be would withdraw and was time to iliHtritmte our musquash as It cooks, or It may be -
not likely to feel the need of another made Into a stew with vegetables and FURNISHED ROOMS-Speclally: Iow f

social refreshment; for months. Choicest on Earth Groceriesto pork, and In this case the longer it rates for furnished rooms from now

When Withers was approaching his simmers over the fire the better will till December 1st The hex, Clematis West( aZm 13eaoh Winter .JioteZs .
thlity-slxth birthday two Important those who buy them, be the results. Only seasoned campersever
next door to The Virginia.
Avenue, ,
kt events happened. Ho was promotedto Lenvn an order) and ma will have have an opportunity to feast on Pleasantly/ located on the lake front
him rein up at your door in an hourto Mrs. M. E. Weybrecht. 1m The I Holland of Lake
be major and his father died. During the delicious nose of a moose or know commanding a fine view
his father's last Illness the son deliver your purchase! the delights of marrowbones of deer Worth and the Royal PoincianaLiakeVieca ,
went to him and remained with film 1'. 8.-Prices are n Bhude lower.
split and mixed with parched cornmeal Finest fashionable souvenirs of all West Palm Beach
till he'died. After the funeral he returned and cooked all night, or dried
FABER BROS. kinds and prlcgs, at Idner's.FOR Ever* convenience and comfort at;
to his but it to
I post, was plain venison pounded to fragments and
all bis friends that he was a changed Market and GrocervmanWFST cooked with rich bear's fat, musk turtle RENT-Large"furnished rook L.D. Lookwood, Proprietor 'moderate prices. ," nr
lie had"Inhel'lted nearly a mil I steaks with hell- I
man. soup, porcupine the Lake t
In house. South and east ex
lion dollars>ut It was supposed that benders as a side dish. And, although\ private t
tbls would not deter one prominent --- thousands of muskrats are killed and posure. Five minutes walk from post- : : ; Opposite Hotel Royal Polnclana '

in his profession from remaining In the 1'A. eaten every your In Maryland and bfflce. Bath and electric light. Price and Whitehall Pt ai r' ?fp

i Q army; Withers had no sooner returned WILSON Delaware, probnbly but few of_ my moderate for the summer. Address Olive street betwuon the Bridge and. Catholic Church Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold ?''}) ,
than he sent his resignation to readers In the northern states will experiment postofflce box 175.
Baths rates by week. MRS J. C. LAUTHER. Prop.
$a day
Washington, and soon after his brother MAS!\ UFAi.'TURKU!: OK with this rodent.-Outing. per .--- -
f officers were electrified by the news NOW OPEN

i that he was a citizen. Then It was Boots and Shoes T h e Eaf1mao A Winter Resort-that

surmised that be would take tho presi- will Please you. A
dency of some large corporation. What
he would do no one knew, for he told Repairing In All !Kinds of Leather Five Superb TrainsDaily Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements y j

no one of his plans. Ills father had Goods Neatly I Done WM. D. VAN'T WOUD Box IV], West Palm Beach, Fla.

loft him a handsome residence on the \ A Select Boarding.House; of ;.>hi "

a outskirts went, of settled a large himself city., and There the world Withers I Indian Tawed Buckskin fT\\I n a ro tot t a ""I) 0' Located High on o Order" .,
without Its walls knew him nq more. \ \ the Lake ('r.ultElectric ''f w i '
i When Arnold Withers shut himselfup and Horsehide ShoeFOR Three to tho East ,and Two to the West, via aervle "
Lights hot and cold bathe, and other modern convenloneee. Table *
In his castle Luella Thorndyke was I"I' alt
the beet. Kate.*8 to SUOe. week. Correspondence solicited ,j'' !
s i In Europe. The first news she received Mils FRANK DARLING, ProprietressCorner
was that her former lover had Inherited TENDER FELT
Coast LineNew Datura nad I' ;
a fortune. She rather> hoped Olive St, North of New Jefferson! Bio The Olive Streets
that, since she was wealthy Withers Northern t
d Furnished Rooms k
might have kept away from her, feelIng only.
that he could match her for-
tune, and now this objection being removed J. B. McGINLEY York and Florida Spt'clallenes Jacksonville 12:30 p, m. daily ex. Sunday Hot and cold bath, toilet, electric lights and all modern cnnveniences. Located ; .

re he might again ask for her Florida and West Indian Limited Iva. Jacksonville 8:55 a. m. dally near Lake Worth. Quiet, pleaaant place. For particulars THE address NORTHERN }A, kl

hand. But when she returned and New York Express leaves Jacksonville\ 8:05: a. m. daily f I

heard the rest of the story she was puz- Funeral Directorand Chicago/ and Florida Limited leaves Jacksonville 9:30: a. m. daily\ OPEN NOVEMBER 10
J iled. These lit something In the mind Dixie Flyer leaves Jacksonville 9-: p. m. daily ;The Palms 1 Large;New Four-Story Ad. ,

of a woman for: divining the troubles dltlon Now Being Built.
of those they love-a sort of wireless ''jfh1{
telegraphy. Sleeping Cras A lurire homo like hotel, wen.appointedandbcautltahlytoentedRIvingthecomforts: : without y +
Through :
Worth the Royal ,
the cost of the more exteimlve ontH. Cltuated-on Lake opposite
d, Luella was sure that Withers had received 'I'olnclana I Hotel. White WHltre see, electric belln, good flnhlnar bunting end =....lrrSeagle '
some great blow. Now was the Embalmer Ratoe : I j,BO and$8 per day,special. rates by the week. THE PALM5.West Palm .

d time for her to comfort him But how I to New York, Chicago and St. Louis;, also new Sleeping Car Service to OPEN

Between them flowed a stream that she Both licensed by the State to embalm Augusta, (Oa.,leaving Jacksonville at 8:55: ,a. m. I House Jefferson jl
was not permitted to cross. He could Block
and Full Information write
for For Pullman
bodies shipment.
d' come to her If he would bat he would prepare No. f +

Iii not If she but knew that he was of Lady assistant. FRANK C, BOYL8TON, District Passenger A ent, uA' HOME AWAY FROM HOME" r,

the same mind as the night he told, her .Jacksonville. Fla Centrally located und near Lake Worth. Cool,airy rooms best table service ,, P t
of his love on one of the casemates of :Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month ,I'' 1? i'1F M

Fortress Monroe when the moon was .-V, BEAGLE Proprietor

she would have written him. NOW

Lot that was ten years ago, and bow did Broadwell & Moore Bttiggs Cottage inWinter Select

sl she know but that he bad gone Into re- Contractors and Buildersp. Home
treat for another disappointment In
0 BOX Druggists
del love 304 Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking. No consumptives! Taken

Assuming that he bad ''receIved a Evernia Street Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida j t
blow-and she was sure of this-she .., Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH H. E. Proprietress
felt offer BPlOOSj, /, .
of at least permitted to sympa- -irniJi --!--TOPENS ----

thy; She wrote him a friendly letter.A S. H. RICHMOND, Agent Huyler's[ Candies

reply came thanking her. It also Biltmore Cream The VirginiaThe i I I I i e UECEHBER FIRST ,
aid, among other things: "When. ten Perrine Grant Land Company 1905 i

lid ;years ago, I found that you could not Mineral Water I
return my love' I felt that wedlock UBAL. ESTATE. Springs Centrally Located Hot !and Cold Baths Electric Lights; Throughout
would be tor Now that ba* '/ i i '
never me. CUTLER. FLORIDA Mall orders promptly filled.CITY Large, Cool Roome., and Cuisine the rery beet Rate W'' ,OO Per Day. Special Rats by
happened this resolution [ : : j .
which renders the week or mouth. CarrlaxHruu In connection house to and from train.MRS. *

ulr Inevitable." A. L. HAUQHr Proprietress.
Oh, that her answer to him had beendlIl'erentI E. Hardwlck, the well known '
tB Had she become bis wife li NOW OPEN ,
railroad tracki.
west of the MEAT MARKETT.
, she would now be In a position to comfort grocer kitchen Street ,
II" a fine line of granite near
displaying KeystodeMRS
him. "As It was, his sensitiveness, Read bis advertisement else. A. FEASTER Proprietor. Center of :Town,
bis high sense of honor, would'not peru were i
mlt her to share his burden. where. Florida fad Western Meats Poultry Game and Eggs. An Ideal Family Hotel. Good home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms.

The'years rolled on.. Once In a great r Hot and Cold Baths and modren improvements. Rates $a.oo per day, special rates
while be would ,receive a short letter : A beautifully finished new b. p. two- Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention. by the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK, Prop., West Palm Beach, Florida

from him, to which she would reply: engine,tbrottle-ahilting park, dry Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
Ind without revealing what she felt except Price '100. AtPotter's. OPEN V

sympathy.At last the rectos died. 'There' was .I base. water, Flatiron jacketed.Building, West f aim (!Z thwest( :: ro.ce. ,s

no will'and the estate was admInIs- .Bla h.PIERCE'S. D. W. FENT0N & 0. ( of R. R.

tered by the state. Thus" It came1' out Large airy rooms. Bath and otlaf} conveniences. Table ,at good as the best.

that"Wltllel'l was an Illegitimate child. BICYCLES at Cummings, ; l. Rates, $5 a week to home people; transient rates Si per day. Y
of He had been Ignorant of the fact until West Palm i ;: Undertakers andEmbalmers West Palm BACh Fla. MRS. C. F.. CROSBY r11
opposite batik z
r his fathar'a death. Clematis ave., {
When Luella Withers learned the Beach. 1 1pnMlnuteCoughGure

', truth she regretted far more than before I Great rush for tt089 -8Url"'
the irretrievable step lb. bad taken Kb.auM N,P, | (,

D In speaking that one word "No." : i LIRE Gruber Block, Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA For. Uough. Cold and Croups. IIn* Silver Spoons at Idn- r'''.", ,

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Arrival andDeparture Lenten Services.The For SaleA INVALUABLE FOR KHJ5UMAT- '
ISM. Florida East Coast
dally services during Lent at $]5 BroniuB spring motor sewing ma Railway.
I have been suffering for tIle past
will sell
of Trains Holy Trinity occur at talf past tour chine. Original cost was #75 :

o'clock in the afternoon of each weekday for $a5' B.M.Potter, Flat Iron Building, few years with a severe attack of Local Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9, 1906.

except Friday. ,A five minute address rheumatism and found that Ballard'a
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. Everything; In,, the printing line at 80UTH.BOUNO.-REAO DOWN NORTH.BOUND-REAO Up
except on Wednesday, when the Snow Liniment
was the only thing
and all work
The Tropical Sun. executed
Southbound No. 23, Miami and Nassau Litany 1st*, read. In the very neatest and latest that gave me satisfaction and tendedto 1'10.' -eft 86 No' 119 )'fo. 23' STATIONS 70. v6 )'f... 74 No. as No. 9S-

Special, will leave. Jacksonville' at'8'A. All who attend are requested tc, style or the art. alleviate 24 '02 Dally INo. 1).n" Dully Daily -batty Dally "aU"
pains. March
n., reach Went Palm Beach t 5:05: p. m., my ; -- 7 80 1 .
40 I
Lv..Iackrtonvllte..Ar P 40 1
500 40
ten minutes early. 1 20 Y 110 a a n
and sfteff cro ''oR the laVe to the East come bTHE' BEST COUGH SYRUP.S. John C. Degnan Kinsman Ills 25o I 20 P /26 P 11 9:211: .. .....So, J..uk.oovlll..lv.; 122 p ......'.,... 183 .......... .
al 'g'' ''i; 0& a t. ._..... 810 AI1KUNUIIO....... II 2U I' 6 40 p II 80 a 7 10 a
Side hotel will' leave the station here at L. Apple, ex Probate Judge, Ottawa 600 and $1.00 A. G. Riegel'a DrugStore o A 1u 11 p li It a...II......... ...........lI..UII".L.. 6S. p...,. 1..... 842 a..........
Suit the Clvlll.... io'w"p "BL1I au 9 45 a ...,....;... 6 yA..p 6 641; p s 21. .!' 6 40 aisin
Is !
'RcbIDlIIiaml at writes to
5:40 p. m., 7:25: p. m. Co. Kansas, "This ni1iis. .....rl.r; Too a ou P'T 1 ii T
The use of salt as a i ; m p hw10; lb ,............ 'a 11 i i i
This traiu will be composed entirely necessary sup- say that I have used (Ballard'a Hore- 6J' s 2_20 a 1.\ / PAlnike. &: ........_At 100 t j9--P 6 66 a 7o e ai9
plement to diet ball had much Influence -"-"f .........\. blal.oo.y; 106 0Ii .... .....
for which extra seat fare hound for and that I do .. !IIi r Ar. "0 11 P
parlor can, in shaping the civilization and explora- Syrup )years Lee. Early RisersThe iir: ; t 06-E 806 a 'e'o'n": 1.v ....San: Mllleo....... .11.1' D LP 166 'e'6o a 800 "

will be chained. tion of the Local"mail sail express Mo. 99 will 'have used." pills. ............ Tel 01210 p........... .. ...........BUD O..U..N_.... .. 4iS P ::.;..N.. 480 a .........
the oldest trade routes wer 'cro- best cough syrup I ever ......,..... 7 40 II 2d' p .. .... .......Duttont............. 4 III P .. 422 a............
lea".lackSl'lDvllh. kt 9:10:: a. m., arrive ated for the salt traffic, as salt and 25c(; 600 and $1.00 at A. O. Riegel'S. ............ 12I'P ............ 1107"a .". ......Ormond 1I0IoL..,.... ";... :.... ij.P............ ......... ..
5 ... .. ... 4Ii SIt BMl .
STARVING T< DEATH. USD 881 p1268 pit n. .. .N. qrmond ?.I. p. I' 8n a
West Palm Befell at 7:56: p. m. Return- incense formed the chief necessaries 11 ........ 8 69 f. 18 8 81
Drug Store. 11 6U 8 46 J 06 11 UIO! a ............ D.ton" P 11 a 6 II "
lag from the East Std Hits train will 'of the ancient days. This was certainly I I '. Because: her stomach was so weak- ..,........P.. 8117 11 11 111\ p..tI....... .........Port Orange ........ 841 p...........,. 82 a.............
i88 ,11 44 Ar..N.'v. Smyrna..l.v S27J.! 8 II'LP.J' 44.1 .
leave West Palm Beach at 8-31 p..in.and the case with, the caravan routes in Still at the old stand.' Send us your ened by useless drugging that she iriif rail D2OJ a44M1p441pAr.I ; ....... Lake 1Iull'" .........J.v II 411 "Inll p 6 Oil J> li'i i p
reach Miami at {0:35 p. ui. Libya and the Sahara while the mines could not eat, Mrs1. (Mary It Walters, 1080 .1080 a .466 P 400 P .". .........Or"'rs:11': ........ 1:18: pii 116 P 645 I' 64U P
of north India the center of a laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at of 11146 .1041' a II Wir I p II 00 P .OrRIIJe City Junrllon. 12 jIO1:1: no p 6 40-0 ..!..4U.J!
Southbound No. 35, Palm Beach and were Strohan's Steam Laundry. tf. St Clair St., Columbus, 0., was lit- i: ii 'U-/l p T4 P 1161t..........New SmY ..........., v 811 p T 4 j i '2 61 a "U-I- a
will leave large trade before the time of Alexander erally starving to death. She writes: ........... II a6 J' illS 1) ........... ......?.... Ol\k 1I11J ...........L'I :2 41 I'.. II 2-1 a........ ...
Miami Express, Jacksonville 1r2 10 ash 8 4A p '!_!!__P c..TlttwvlU........... 8 O.Ap 2 60.p .!.!L.! .!a..!BN!! aa
At 4:20: p. fit arrive at West. Palm Beach Another Interesting fact Is that salt THE BREATH OF LIFE. My stomach was so weak from useless 'i8 i>r8o a ........ .,. ."........ ..".......... .. (ar< .............. v II"2 20 a I20 ............ ..... ..
from the Espt drugs that I could not eat, and my ............ .1120I 20 ............Lv..............Snor. nL.............Ae .0 .no a 9 6e".
4:10: a. m. Reiurumu has played considerable part lu the It's a significant fact that the strongest TIf a olic -fiG 12 41 Lr...........tf Th iile..Ar T rp TIrP 140 888 a
bide this train will leave West Palm distribution of man. When it became animal of its size the gorilla also nerves so wrecked that I could not .._ .... 1117 p 8 21 p.. "N..._.. Doan ......L.., J 87 11 ... 00 a...........
." ........Rockledge. .... 181 .......
: sleep and not before I _..11112 P 628 : p a. _
Beach station at 5 A. m., reaching Miami absolutely necostmry to him, as it did has the largest lungs. Powerful lungs ; was given up "_.N 880 p 144"p: .....Rocklodlo !hotcla... .' 124 P 216"p ........"
":No. $ will carry buffet : at an early stage of his development to die was I induced to try Electric .. ,17 00 ut 4 14 11 ." ..._...Eeu \Jalll.: ........ 12.. P ..._......I 77"a.........._
7:30: a. m. 3 means powerful creatures. How to ...N.........1:11:1: : a 423 ...N..... .........III.lbooro............ 1281: p.,.......... \:1: a............
sleepers and day coaches. he was forced to migrate to places should Bitters; with the wonderful result ............ 1:1: 110 a 469 p............. .. ......N.N 80butlaa .......... II 110 a............ 27 P ............
where It could be obtained. This keep the breathing organs right that Improvement .. 1 III s a t4 p ...........St 1.Tcle....... ... U 01 .... 10 86 P .........?.
with buffet drawingroom began at once, anda 420 _. 1'10'0..... .." 10 6Ii 1216 10 80
No. 99 sleeper, be man's chlefest Like thou :8 00 s 600 p 885 P \Ion a 11 p125 7 a
brought hIm to the, seashore where he study. complete cure followed."..Best health .?....... :9 26 .a 020 p .. .. ..._.....Tlbballs .......... 1012. ........... //I 117 P ....."....
car end lay coaches, leaves Jacksonville gained his Ideas of maritime commerce, sands of others Mrs. Ora A Stephens ?.......?. s20 a set p........... ......."....Eden ....?........ folk a.N..N.. w65 p. _._
at 8:20p. m. arriving at West Tonlo on earth. BOc Guaranteed by ............ 1I.'I' a 829 p.. ........... "'?''' ._.Jen.en."N"_" 1018 a...?....... Y4tl'p........._
Lastly the preservative effects of salt of Port Williams 0., has learned how ........... \446 a age p............ .............8tuart............. 1004 a....._... .Y57. P ............
Palm Beach at 6:07 a. m. and after its flesh food .made long oceanic all druggists. _............ 8 14.7 0p ...?...... .......... hobo Sorted ......... 088 ........ fib P ...........
on to do this.
voyages She writes: "Tb ree bot ............. 888 a 121 p............ ........Wo.t Jupltor........ 921 al.. ........... 845
return from the East Side leaves West possible' and thus opened up the tles of Dr. icing's New Discovery 801 .410 a 169 p 606 P A 1'.._ We.t Palm Iie.ell .... tlUD .1086 a II 18 pIio0'p
Palm Beach at 6:27: a. m., reaching worjd' .to commerce and civilization.\ Leave your orders at The TropicalSun 6 17 .4 110 II 21 P 680 P L........... Palm Beach .........1.. 1\ 40 .1026 a. II 08 P 10 110 I'
stopped my cough of two years and 027 600 a 881 640 P West Palm Beach .Ar 616 .1000 a 788 p1026 P
Miami 8.30 a. m.NORTHBOUND. office for all kinds of engraved ....... a 1128 a S59 I'p ........... .. .......... OYllton ............L... 148 ......... .. 718 p.?.........
cured me of what my friends .thought and monogram stationery and visiting w 685 a 905 p......... .. ...... Delray. .. 78N a...._._ lee p....N.....
... TRAINS. How Coward. Were PDDihed.Many it's for cards ....... 0 86 .1000 p.......? ......BurIauduplaie..... 846 a .,... aUU p............
of the devIces. by which military consumption, 0, grand throat _- 012 .10 eo'p.......... ......... llama' ..." ". e4l ...... ... 000 p.? .....
Train No. 78 local mail and express Indifference to life bad been and lung troubles." Guaranteed by ??. 661 a1020 p..?....... .. ..........Hallandale'\ ......... .. 680. .?,...._ 64S p.... .....
I matured T20 a1045 ....... ...... L. lnOIi Clt, ....... AOs as........... 21 p. S
with buffet cars and day coaches, leaves and sustained are curious. In all druggists. Price COo and $1.00. YOLEYSIIONfY TAR 550'. TSO .1065 726 P 1\v'.. ........... IIIII\m I..N..L".. 600 a 816 .610 P 840"p
,arrives at West Palm _._ 800 .........p........_.... L. ..........Mlaml..... : Ar .N...._. ............ 800 P .......N...
Miami at 6 a. m., ancient Athens the public temples Trial bottle free.PROFESSIONAL. Oureej Ooldci Prevents Pneumonia ...........1080 .......... ............ At f ._._.....IIe>me.tpat.... Lv ............ ............1250 i> ............
and after its return closed to those who refused mill.
:Beach at 8:15: a. m., I
pna,0 Parlor Can on tmina23, 20, 78,74. Beirut Bleeping Cara on trains 86, 99, 25, 98.Z .
' front the East Side leaves this city at 8:50 tary service who deserted their ranksor -' Dally esoept Sunday.

P "a.- m. reaching Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. lost their.bueklers. while a law con- CONDENSED SCHEDULE UETWEIfN JACKSONVILLE AND'BT. ADOV _TI8eNo
strained such offenders to sit for three
Northbound No. 74 Miami and Nassau' days In the public forum dressed In CARDS. Geo. S. Hacker & Son 23' No. 27f No. 29f No. 43' 31N0.DeIIY 37 No. 38 No, 59 No. O3$ 'Odq i tSSOCTBBOUND
of buffet
Special composed exclusively the garments of women. Many a Spar LAW. 1 Dally Deily Daily O.IIy n. Man E.. Mc D.IIy D.IIy O.IIT En, Mon
parlor cars, will leave Miami at 8:15: a.
tan mother would stab her son who Lv Jsotsonv Ile 8 00 s 900. 0 m. 1 top 260 B 00 p 4 m 6 20 B 60 9 00 pAtSI.Auguettna
k m., arrive at West Palm _Beach 10 a. m. came back alive from 'a defeat, and Q CJ.1.. CIIILLINOAVOUTll: 900 a1000 .1080 s 810 p 860 400 p 660 p 520 D59 01000 pNo

i Alter going to. East Side stations this such a man, if he escaped his mother, 74' No. 30t } Na 44' No.3g N0. 28 No. A8 N. 92 :

train will leave. West Palm Beach at was debarred not only from public offices ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR NORTHBOUND SallyDl ally Ddly Ez Delq, BunEz.Dally Sun Dblly Ddty p.liy Ez belly, 8unLv

10:25 a. tn., reaching Jacksonville at but from marriage, exposed to the West Palm. Beach Fla.j.EO. .
blows of all who chose to strike him St Augnettne 6 40 p 6 10 p 6 20 p 1210 p 11 fo 1.1 40 a 6 BO 7 40 8 20 7 66 aArJacke00vlle.
q:.40. / 740 710 750 110 p1240 740 640 020 .666.Tralna .
to dress in : O."CUltRll.Attorney : 1
compelled mean clothingand
No. 98 with buffet sleeper, drawing J r Ayi oompored exoluelvely or Pullman or Parlor Can snd extra Soatfare will be obarged.t .
ff'' room cars and day coaches, leaves Miamiat to wear his beard negligently and ConnseUor-iit-La Day coaches operated on these trains on which no extra or Seat fare la charged.
trimmed. In the same way a horse =

8:20: p. m., arrives at West Palm soldier who fled or lost his shield or re- WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA No. A9 Al_No. 10 No.Lally 17 No. 18 No. 1a0 No. Iai!

r Beach; 10:25 p. m., goes to the East Side ceived a wound in any save the front M M.agl? "a uChM Sin. Nun, Doily Ea, .e Ma'por' Branch Daily Sun. Dally
a Oily Only only
I'. Sun.
leaves here Jacksonville at 10:55
;, and part of the body was by law prevented : X80 r 80 i BO
1 r1010 Tij 16 v..",... "rkeonvl a .. ? ==
p. m., reaching the latter place at 8:40: from ever afterward appearing in pub ..1ttoraeylnd Counsellor et-Law S 40 p to so. 6 40 p 8 64"a Ar,... ..Pablo Beaoh?... 0150 a111>O. 4110 p _.._
lic. 8 46 p 10 56 e S 46 p 8 69 a ..... .Atlantl0 Beaob .. "' 6 46 a 1\ 46 a 4 4& P 'N"'_
s. m. ONce S 00 p 1110 a 7 00 p9 16 s ..,...... Mayport..Lv S 80 a 1180. 4 10 p_.?
( over Hank.)
Northbound ,No. :28,.Palm Beach and

i "Women are hard to II
and buffet sleeper, and makes all stops said the callow'philosopher.' MEDICAL AMU \lJRG1CAL t Doors Sash I Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of hs P. &: 0. S. S. Company for

Will' leave Miami at 5:10 p. m., reach "Not-at'all," answered Mr. Meekton. H o. 11000, M/lo",---- Havana Key West and Nassau.Three

West Palm Beach at 7:38: p. m. After "Henrietta has never yet spoken her e. Blinds I .

going to tbe East Side this train will mind to me without making herself PHYSICUN AND 8URGEnN Mouldings Sailings Each Week.

1 leave, West Palm Beach station at 8:13: perfectly clear."-Washlnirton Star. Office over Potter' blcy lo store WEST!: -ANDBuilding Trains discharge passengers at ship's side. No traa fer..

'P. m., reaching Jacksonville! 7:40 a.m. PALM BEACU. Residence near RoyalPolnol..o"
r WORTH T INO. These Tlmo Table hov time at which train may be expected' to arrlv at and depart
llotol l. PALM UEACII. 12-1 Material from the aeveral atatlona, u'.bh arrival or departure at the times stated ta not guaranteed:
I W. H. Brown the popular pension inns thUOompaarW be boll< reapoiulbla far anydulayaor consequence artalag tborefrom.
Patronize home industries, Stra- T> B. POTTER, M. D.. .
han's Steam Laundry Is still running. attorney, of Plttsfleld, Vt., says: "Nextto CHARLESTON, S, C. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

pension,. the best thing' to get is 8-113-98. WEST PALM BEACH. l" A. "
Send us your Largest Factory South.
Dr. King's New Life Pills." He D&NTAL.UB.J.N.NEWMAN. J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l Pass. Azt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
Send for Price
If you want anything In the sporting writes: "they keep my family in R..lt.Il.1IACY

goods line, call and see our assortment. splendid health." Quick cure far

B. M. Potter, Flat Iron Building. Headache, Constipation and Bilious Drs. MACY& NEWMAN
How you can get a good priming paint
ness. 25 c., Guaranteed at all drugstores
v DENTISTS r. or $1.25 per, gallon : Buy one' gallon

For' Sale Cheap. Office in Jefferson Block : New Bra Paint at $1.75 per gallon, and

The Keystone. situated Datura WEST'PALM BEACH. FLORIDA one gallon ;raw ,linseed oil at .70,to 750

trttt. Apply to C. C Chucworth i Tate Springs mineral water, Broad- ,L L.IDUV and you have two gallons of the'best'

i well & Moore.. paint made. Try it. We guarantee

Wheels for rent. at Cummings.; .. 9-lJ-tf Dentist satisfaction. n. M. Potter, Flatiron rrT

I* CURED CONSUMPTION.) Ofllce First door west of Dado County State Building, West Palm Beach

stock firs B.. W. Evans Clearwater, Kan., Bunk
In at Hufftl
Buffalo gas engines. writes "My husband lay sick for three WEST I'ALM BEACH FLORDA ,
J3" '
en months. Thai. doctors said he had

Train quick consumption. We procured a

bottle or Ballard's Horehound Syrup, f KILL THE I ,COUCH

'The Atlantic >,Coast Tine and its i and it cured him.,, That,was six years: AND CURE THE LUNGS
now '
connections are
ago and since then we have always

through trains ,from Jacksonville to kept 'a bottle in the house. We can WITH Or. King's"ow
via Tlfton and MacOn ,
Atlanta Wnycrosa
not do without It For coughs and

with through coaches to Nashville : colds it has no equal." 25c. 600 and

and Pullman Duftet: Sleeping Discovery
I $1.00 at A. O. Rlegel's Drug Store. Raprwent the sorvlval efth.Cited. Way
Cars to St. Louis and'Chlca o. hove become tha larget.eed how,, m the
I world bxeuae our ..ete e.b.ttertlu nOthers. Pries
Trains leaving Jacksonville via Atlantic. Do you wluh W grow the moo FOR 1100 UI.00 011
Fine line ot latest style visiting bcnutlrul flower" end the dne.t veO CONSUMPTION f p
.Coast Line daily at. :9.00 p. m., cards and latest in letters; at The tomes? Plant the b.etswfd.-Perry. Free Trial. 1I

', and arrive, Tlfton, 1.23:!; a. m., Macon Tropical Sun, Call and see sample' .lose Meed. Anneal tteS to as
egWto.als., Surest and ttuickert' Oure for all
..40..a.. m., Atlanta 7.30:\ a. m., Chat D. M. PIRRY a co.,_ THROAT and LUNG TROUB. .I

tanooga 1.15 p. m.. Nashville C.65 p. m., NOTICE. D.trolt, Mich, LES, or MONEY BAOB.Southerrn I I

Evan vUJe 1.25 a. 'm., St. Louis 7.08a. In County Judge's Court, Probate Juris- : Four 'Sailings Each Week Between

.. m., and Chicago 9.::0 a. mo<
dlcton, Dade County State of Florida.

Good connections are made at Jacksonville In the Matter of Ui ; from all Florida points; thus
P. Ward Deceased.
affording tbe Quickest and moat convenient R'ailway' Calling at Charleiton, B.C., both .,.,e.-
Notice Is hereby given ,that on the THE FINEST
''J service from this territory to STEAMSHIPS IN THB COASTWISE SERVICE
second day of July. A. D. 1906. .I hall _

'> the For West further information see Ticket present my accounts for final settle Two Trains Dally to Washington and New York. THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND' SOUTllfiUK LINES

ment and apply for discharge: u Direct Service Between '
my '
Agent, or.."Consult the Purple Folder." SClIEDut.E JlJl'1'ECTIVE: NOVEMBER 2d.i9OaNa84Na JACKSONVILLE BOSTON' AND .
executrix ot: the Estate and of the Last
Will and Testament of. Patience; P, Two Trains 'M'ast' N Nal7 o.1 North and West Nn I No.18
;' NOTICE TO .CREDITORS. Calling at Charleston both way*.'

In Court of County Judge State of Ward deceasedto, the, Countyudge: : iv Jacksonvlie' .A r 716 7 451 L.Jankaonvle,8osy t tla P60i1II KEIWI-WEKKLY!: aAI LINOS. ,
at Miami Dade. County Flordal 4oaro 4" Le J.,1 Ar I atop 1040 xo 3ovlv lcaaup, eo Ry At161041 U10.IS Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Florida, Dade County. +pn tan 4v SavanaHh Ar 64Th 400 3one Ar Macon. Sony Lv'1/8a' I20, Northbound .
From foot of Jacksonville
Catherine .
In the matter of the estate of Prince VICTORIA ADELAIDE,, ROOT, 6 ASp 6cos Sr Columbia J.v 4Oop( 680 6roe Ar Atlanta, 6o Ry L.JI15010 SUp ,. ,
Executrix of the Last Will and Testament IO fo 9 55' A! Charlotte L. II I50p II lIp 1086a } 3oa Ar Rome, to ky Lv D 06p b alp
Y J. Baker. I INa n5r Ar G..n.ooro L. 10111' 118ffa Il8e in Ar Dalton, So k' Lv r/6p i p
of Patience P. Ward, deceased 1218 s zo Ar Dnnvllle I., a n7 a aHa 1 Wu 9 4he Ar Chattanooga, Lv 1811 I,)opyro CLYDE ST, JOHlxtf: RIVER LINE
all creditors legatees distrib Rd
To I Ar LexingtonSo Lv1658N64aliAr
H. PIERRE BRANNINCt ArCtndnnat a Lv58onS Between Jacksonville
utees and all persons having claims of I Richmond, Lvla8Op11a0p. 4o and. Oanford.
Attorney for Executrix.. 4091.. Incinnall, nig 4 A 71netlda Stopping at Pilatki Astor St.
demands-against said 'estate Chlcago, el t La 8 >bplsa Frineli Bsrastord (DeLand) and
rapAr Lynchburg v 5301 hats Intermediate .
--- 4 Landings on the St. Johns Elver.
You and each of you are hereby notified 6 1U'.r' Ch.r1olt..III. Lv 14HI !lya 871 Lv Cln'n.ll.Pa Ines r S4UplU ,
Do Wilt's m :t SalvoFor 95" 96UpAr" waRbington J... ''II Bill 9Rq' roa AYChicagoPaLine.Lv Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fred'k ,DeBary
," and required to- present any: tae 11361' Ar. linltlmore I.v" IIrt 8 U.. 649pjLv C1ndn'aiECliaD 11161
claims ,demands which you or Plies, Burns, Sores* 445 .MIl .1r1VeeEllndeiphleLvB90ae66p appointed toa.IlasfohowUt-Le5voJacksonvlildsilyexeepiSatmvlayyat0:80! : jn m. B..-
fIS 6JOnAr; Now York Lv19lOn 9 ilpNo. 945 4rClnolflun'etCf&D r ale turning,lo.T. $anlo..... dally axocpt Sunday> at 9:8110. "10
either of :you may have against the ..33 and 34-"New York end Florida Expre.s; S ""1" Toledo, C H A D Lv It io ,
estate of Prince J. Baker deceased GIVES HEALTH, VIGOR AND TONE. Daily Pullman Drawing1toom Slreqlug Gr7'3" Detroit, P M Lrrooo
PorTampa and Jackie" .viii' to New York. 9 aop Cindnnat Rl iNoe. Southbound 'l-oh.aiu.. Northbound
Herbine boon for sufferers
ia from
late of Dada, County, Florida to the I ClevelanJ B 4 Lv 8341Llmltel Read down Read op.

undersigned administratrix said aneamla. By Its use. .the blood la 29 and so""W.ahington an'd Florida yA x.. ..... .... ... .. .. ..
jl (Qf estate 'Dally Pullman Dnwlne.Room lil..p' it 4 Ie' 4 ..elSO: pm JACKSONVIU.B ... ..... .............Acrtvetnosm\
within two :years from the ,date quickly regenerated and the color' becomes lug C rJackonvllletoNewYork. 6 y it r4ArttLttl1.g1 4tat rat r 1.'J, 1 ?It IUPm...... ... .... ...... ... .. ..PAIATKAf..?.? .......Lveloopm

hereof normal. The languor is dim No. Th"ntJh t.lln.1 01 hu tr'a 41W Ar Amdnton,. So Ry v r 8spM1 a a seam ..... ..... .. ........... ...... .,ASTOR ... ...?.......,?,?..,..?,.. 8jopi
I p Juc Dated January 30,. A. J) ,, 190S.- ; inished.. Health, vigor and tone pre 1912, Lv ....."......O. A' lOll 5404Arllemphie Frlece Lv Slbn .. ... r.iraFORD: (UItI.AND) .. ... ... .... oopm
Rosa E. Baker, dominate. New life and happy activity soon Ar Columbl.. tJ.C. L. 1160 5/Or Ar Kanal.City, L. 6AU1641p Arrives joara. ....... SANFOXr ., ". loam {

Administratrix of the estate of results. Mrs. Belle H. .Shrlel, 1 Atr"' Hot Ashville aprin a N... N.C.CJ tv ly uP III187p p A 2oaAr Lv Rutepdng.Memphla, Lv MI r 10 00 ttiu...................,.................ESTEUPniSli! ::..:...y...::::::.::........:::::. 10 00 am
epl ir Raoxvllle, T 666. -
Prince J. Baker, deceased Mlddlesborough, 111., writes, "1 have SSoul Ar Louisville Ky.nq Lv T29p No. rlandr4-Dally, Solid Veetibufe train, General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W Bay St .-JacksonvilleI'M.
been troubled with liver complaintand 486 Ar tit r..olll.,1\lo. 1..100 through dayconches andPunmandeepingear.A .
.. 15.. Ar Clndnnelb Ohio L. 8 lOp Jackaonvtlle to Clnclnnatl. P. 61. IRON MUNIJER, Jr. ... :-
.A..HJ. I
FOR 8 ALB.. poor -- sat lit W..t Buy tlt..->
blood, and have found nothing No. 29 .ud _D.U,. Pullman Dnwtnlt-Reom Na.raand14-PullmaisDrawing Ro"maleepn w l.,000PEItJr. Prat..h.Aet., j"1v"kL2V: up., 1A.CIIAOERTYOen7oieoLT'uRioAriB
Ten acre.' of land laid out In town to benefit me like Herbine. I hope and BuO'el SleepulIII ,;:.r !betweeu leckeongUe Ing Can betweea JuckvonoRle, Blrmlagham, NewYolt! eGGY11gM111tLNE0o07Pr'SAg47.Y'eH
Mein ble end Kansas Ity. .
and Ioooaatl; :
lots between live and six: acres of bearing "
never to be without It. I have wish
Vice Pre.Mant and
General ilnnrt[
ewing Jackson.l ( rrulOmee
& pineapples. Pineapple crop alone ed that I had known of It in my hus Excellent Dilllllg Car Service m o Room Sle Care. .
>Pier 50 North
villa to AEleou and Chattenooga. Pssengerron nivor; New York. !Branch too 'r"861"18"
441 will net :ft.OOO. Property located la band's life time." 60a A Ol: Rlegel's At Trail. can remain In deeper in Atlanta until 7:66 sin.

4'' 'what is. known as "Pleasant City," a Drug Store.. I' .---"--._- -

$ ') Colored; suburb one mile north of West t. C. LURK, Dist! r..a Agent soa Weat Bay Street, Jackaol1vut, Pla..

y Palm.Beacha, Address D. C. Caldwell, Kollol'\Dyspopsla\ .Cure W. H. TAYLOE, G. P. A.. SUBSCRIBEPA.GE )
I '{Vest palm Beach,na..r. Dlgot,'what you .atI S.HHARDWICKPPTM4 r BROOKS MORGAN, A..GP.A: .

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t lor. Clerk: H. B. Hodges.
Polling offl e for four years, and who made
place, school house. I
I his campaign on the I Issue that "Minus ,
Tr r 0.7): ) R lI98" r "Pinclnct No, Inspectors
: J I.
shoul4 be the chief deputy during
lardy, D Cnssell and J. W. Pierce. "Cutit that time to continue Mr. Fltts In the
Clerk: J. M. Abrams & Miller/
i Rouse's store."Precinct Urnstead. Polling place office during the time for which Mr. 3;
I Dearborn wad elected. By doing BO,

#!' .. No. Inspectors: W W. Out"says J they will enable me to receive an Income -
("" Marshall Ed. T. from the
'" King and Henry office that will save

I a', Bryan. Clerk: R. A. ;Bryan. Polling many a doctor to his what little property I have. Blacksmiths *** Wheelwrights ,

place, Stranahan's store lady patients, because he Most sincerely ;your,

Go :"Precinct' No. Inspectors: J, B. doesn't know of any medicine ANNA 1C DEARBORN

Wofford, J. W. Ives and J, A. Harp. that will cure female Clerk Circuit Court

Clerk: J. H. Qlegson. Polling> place, troubles except the surgeon's
and General
school house knife. A tivucrnuft Actor. Horseshoeing; Re- '
POWDER Sir Henry living CliO liny met a broken -
"Precinct No. 9.-Inspectors: Paul That such a medicine down IwtOI' In the Strand "I 1I1.'Ver Work "
Matthews L. Fornel land J. I. Peters. exists,however,is proved by see you it the theater now" said pair ryl)
Clerk: J. A. Daughtry. Polling place, thousands of cures made by Sir lloury The other murmured( something w

ABSOLUTELY PURE school house."Precinct about Ma 111 luck and ..habblu(> ". Manufacture of Tools a Specialty
"Oh nonsense' : you como tomorrow
No. 10.-Inspectors: T. L.
and give your name at the box: office!"
Tho of Tow ley, II. Dale Miller and S. L. ECARDUICures lie "went to find two tickets awaitinghim Freight Paid One Way on'AU Out-of-town Orders ,
greatest Patterson. Clerk: R. B McLeudon. OF with a fifty dollar note 5 -
Polling place, Fair building,
modern-lime belpsto "Precinct No. 11.-Inspectors: B. S. 'A UameMlo DIneUKi.lon. ;1;
Potter Andrew Hardee Wife'VIII III Ill, I do think our boys
perfect cooking Peacock Clerk: J. w.and Gallaway.Jackson Womb are the; worst! I ever saw. I'm sure Poinsetta Street NorthVest Palm
Disease they don't set It from me. Husband Beach'c
Polling place, Shone'a %
old store. (snappishly)-Wyjl, they don't get !It
Used in the best fame "Precinct No. 12.-Inspectors, Henry It has laved the live of many from me. Wife (refloctlvelj)-No, Wli- .1 l, a ti4 9
Go man, Win. Anderson and J'. Cas- weak,sick women and rescued others Ham; you seem to have all yours yet. -. ---- --j-- -- -.
ilies the world over tello. Clerk: D. C. Brown. Polling from a lifetime of chronic sick i ii
place, school house fleas It will cure you If you wilt The Very Leu.t. r """' '''''' '''''''''''''' ,' ,
only give! ft a chance. Try K. .A.hl"! he sighed. "11: you only gave ,i ;
MMt SMan*POWDM, oo.xiw mm "Precinct No. 11.-Inspectors: W. A. Sold by alt druggists! and dwd- I me the least! possible! nope I"-
Scott, R Blackwelder and J. F. Sax- ers In 11.00 bottles. "Good gracious! retorted the hard
on. Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place hearted belk1. "I've been givIng you THE BEHCH CLUB
OFFICIAL CALLFo Saxon's IItore."Precinct GAVE UP SUPPORTER. I tho least I ever! gave to any man!I" /. rYY Id
"I I for four
wore a supporter
No. 15.-Inspectors: W A. to womb (Incoi poratocl) d $'+t
years keep up my ,
Democratic' Primaries in Marshall, S. M. Alsabrobk and A. C. writes Mrs. s. J. Cnrlsman, of No Doubt. .
Jack-Wli.it seemed to be the hardest
Frost. Clerk: R. C. Stanley Polling MlU1nsvt e,N.Y. "Mydoctor sold
Dade '
County.A place, school house. no medicine would help me. After thing to you In learning to ride thg*, j R FSTA U R ANT
taking Cardul I gave up my sup bicycle ground. $
The voting shall be ballot 1 .
by on and "
meeting of the Dade County porter am now i;
tickets furnished by the State and FOLEYThIEYCURE 1

Democratic Executive Committee was County Executive Committees and at skew Ktdnnvo and Bl'dd""" Hint

held at Miami, Fla., on the 14th day the close of such election, the Inspectors i Breakfast : Luncheon : Dinner M ,, i'' ,

of March, 1906, pursuant to adjourn- and Clerk shall proceed to can- ,

ment. vass the vote In accordance with the "wwitntrwmiininiMiMirw" " " ""r"r"r"'r"r"r"r"t"r"r"r" " " lyat'
State law, and shall at once forwardthe all hours
The following call for a primary == ,

election was Is adopted, to-wit: there County returns Executive to the Committee Chairman of the | yie, Fie el pharmacy 1 'i Ut

Notice hereby given that The assessment to be paid by the \
will be a Democratic Primary Election various candidates shall ie as follows: Special Orders Received for Partiesof

held in the several election districts Representative ..... ..........$ 26.00 == Solicits YOUR Trade. three
of Dade County, Fla., on May 15th Clerk of Circuit Court ........ 160.00 :-::: or more.

1906, and, If necessary, on June 12th Tax Assessor ............ .... 75.00
1906 for the nomination of all Democratic Tax Collector .......... .. .... 76.00( We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate 2

candidates State' and County, to County Treasurer ............ 75.00( OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY I i ie
be voted for by the Democratic elect County Commissioner ....... 10.00( E Prices, put up by a RegisteredPharmacist.

tors at the general election to be held Member Board Public Ins true. '10.00 5 !;| Bes.on of 1906 i '', It

November Gth 1900, and to be appoint- Justice of the Peace ... ,...... 6.00 :: *> r L 1

by the Democratic Governor of the Constable .... ,. .... ....... 1.00( -== -- .- "\" ,, ""' v
State between the date of holding County. h and Game Warden 5.00( S Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream =sS 4I" 1

such primary election, and the hold- Supervisor of Registration ... ,6,00 == :::: -.------ _
Ing of the primary election, A. D. 1908. 1
All candidates are required to file a
The following officers are to be := A. 0. IUEGEL, ;2gZ
written application to have his name
nominated at said primary election ::: FAY SIIOLESF
appear upon the official ballot on the Graduate New York College of Pharmacy
to-wit: a
blanks furnished by the committee
One Representative in Congress, 7'l1IJIIJl1111JII111111111( 1 11l11l11l11l1L 111111JII111JIIJIIIIIIIIJI11111111CGEORGE .
accompanied with the fees above set .
Second Congressional District. ....!'i--
forth with Geo. P. Bull of Ojus, Florida .' ,- ;:-'ii/: li i I
Two Railroad Commissioners. Secretary and Treasurer of the BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST -t : r..i 4 ; '
One (Member of the House of Representatives Committee F h T dry T r air i
County Democratic on or fay- t t J.a YDP1ljb'I -
before the 26th day of April A. D. 1906. PALM BEACH \'\\ \
One Clerk ,of Circuit Court for un- '
., \
The Democratic, County Executive Bus Trips to J / 'fr"; ;' i}
expired term ; ,
: Committee shall meet on Monday, May t\t"tl.\ \ .! "; !tt1
One County Assessor of, Taxes. Lantana W
21st, 1906, at the County Court HouseIn and ,

One One Five Tax County County Collector.Treasurer.Commissioners.Three candidates Miami the. ,returns are Florida nominated,and and declare publicly by a majority what canvass -- Baggage Wagons. Boynton DeJray, S ]l 10 l 0 S r '"'i %V11e I t e r l 1 f1jS,

Members of County Board of and
vote for each county office, and In Meet y. I

Public Supervisor Instruction.One of. Registration. what cases a second, primary will AU : Other Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the Market
have to be held.
One Member Member of the Dade Trains Point "
Com- Attest: W. A. FILER Lightest Shift, Lightest Banning. The Champion Speed Writers of the Worlduse
County Democratic
mittee for Precincts Nos.-14 and 7, GEO. P. BULL, Chairman.. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN It. More Fay-Sholes used in Pcnsacola than'[anj other single make

respectively Secretary. FREE SAMPL.E ROOM See it Before Buying. i kJ;
One Justice of the Peace and One
Mrs. Dearborn'sLetter
Constable districts have ,
in such as
-- R. C. State
"" -- -- DAVIS Agent.

vacancies.One Fish and Game, Warden. to Voters.Miami CTHAS. B. KENDALL, Local Agent,
i J. E. H1-\ROWIeK !
The rules governing said primary At the Tropical Sun, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA i

election shall, be the same as those Fla., March 21, 1906. 4 {
adopted by the Democratic Executive Editor.: Tropical Sun: =- Groceries and Family Produce : yoieoiaoieoilo9aoS/oi1o71oSeoieo7eoteoUoteoiloieoiaoi/o7ao- /o3/o71o51oaoroo

Committee, at their meeting held In Dear Slr-Please: allow me throughthe At Living Prices. : oatostoKostostoetostostoetoStoKOStoKoetostoRoetoetoKORORos oKOKOetoK wil'? '
Jacksonville on February 24th, 1906, columns of your paper to say a .: E oo 00
for governing State Primaries so far to the honorable voters of Invoice of "
few: : Just Opened, Up a Large /
as the same shall be applicable to the this County.To I o.o 00 itii;
County Primary., Those and only the voters of Dade County: : EXTRA FINE GRANITE KITCHEtf WARE :.:1 ;o oo ,
those persons shall be permitted to support S. ito oo ,
I wish to ask that you f
become candidates before, or vote at, O. Fitts for the office of Clerk of Cir- : Clematis Avenue 'Just West of Railroad. : i I fan) After oo ',

or participate in the management of cuit Court, for the unexpired term \ o. vo 1
said primary election, who_declare won in the last election by my' late o,:.) JII !

their adherence to the principles and husband Eugene C. Dearborn, and for '

organization of the Democratic Party which !Mr. Fltts Is now a candidate. r oROROROeroROROROROROatoROKOat)iloleoxeoi1o71o1e071oROsalvo qo '
National, State and County, who are, By Mr. Fltta being elected to the office, I) I I 0 F FIIIDftIJr@ Trade :II h'1'

by the laws of the State, lawful myself; and family will receive the
electors of the election districts in benefit of the full term. teIS G. G. Strohm Company io i Ko 00

which they otter to vote, who have Do you know, of anyone more fc'o oao2.
Paid their poll taxes legally due not entitled to that which my husbandwon ,. '

less than ten days before said primary for his family than we? I FAMILY GROCERIES J Jo o2.0 Iron Bed and Spring, aY 0

election and who shall, when chal- If :Mr. Fltts Is not elected, EugeneC. > wi ii

lenged by an elector, pledge in writing Dearborn's family will be far greater c o with. oo

upon oath before any Inspector, to losers than 'Mr. ,Fltta will be although Y Fancy Food Products t Ira
abide by and support the result of by his loyalty and competency i :) o ALL MOSS MATTRESS
such primary and the nomi- If I !< I er o o
support he Is worthy of the office even o
nees thereof. were not to be considered!! or he was r Grain and Provisions. ac j o: Only $.875 I

The polls shall be opened and closed not running for my benefit.I j t clot oXoli
o .
at the several election ,districts have heard that some who have cJEFFERSON' 'O I "o 0 ,

at the hours fixed by,the general elec- been appealed to for my support, have t BLOCK 0Y Nice 30x 60 Rugs I Io
tion law. The following named said: "Mrs.:[ Dearborn Is well (fixed and. o

Persons are' hereby appointed Inspectors does not need the offlce., If I. were i West Palm Reach. lorida o oo o i Only $1.40 o o

'and! Clerks for the several ,,election able'to verify that statement, I would irynlMMOb'nN67eotetL07a0taotanteAaP... o 10 ('

districts; .'>- ,. not be writing this appeal, but would ) YOy0y01101a0y01a0y01o.Ne0ynt. I ko oe
"Precinct No 1-Inspectors: N. It gladly retire from the publicity that 1 f \

Parks, H. E. Stypmann and JB. G. Ball. have had subject myself to on ao- H. N. Burhan,'Pre E- A. res. W. W. Tldtl, Sec. and Treas. 011o o I _Singer Sewing Machines oa .

Clerk: Carl Schroeder Polling place, count of my NOT being what some Co. ItO .
Ball's store. call "well (lxed.'" When you stop to Florida Orange Grove Realty 0.. For Sale or Rent ,

Precinct No. 2.-Inspectors Frank consider that ,It( Is only through. : the If you have'.n Orange Grove, Grape Fruit Grove Pineapple Grove: or Lemon "0. roo0
Bowers, p. Kitchen and lEj C.. Miller.. death of my husband that anyone has, dro.e that yon want to sell, write us. and we will .how you how WE SELL 0" >0"oIi l
Clerk: : James Hepburn.. Polling place, been given the opportunity 'to run for 'GROVES. No. IT'Hogan Street,, Florid.IVIulgoba .

1 School' house the office for the two years I feel sure '.ltererenoe: !Atlnntlo____NaUo..nl J... B.nk. of3wktonallle.. "' Jacksonville- J. B. MeGINLBY Ii 1

'Precinct No Inspectorsi:' Frank that' ,those who worked ,for and be-' ..

Sheen, Joel A.. Dean and Dan Cosrtojo. I frlended'l'hlm: la, nl, campaign will support ; lie o xo 0" I
Clerkt' T.-J.' C mpb I1. Polling- me (through Mr. FlttsJ) In thiS! "' "GRAFTED'; r Clematis Aveuue, Opposite School'fIll
Mangoes. ,
Place, old engine house. I knowing that It Is fay last'and only BUDDED a

n "Precinct No. 4.-Inspectors' :*; Jesse Chance.tot,support 'this kind, t tI : : rQttinetn'tDe! United S .tei. ?alma, PJlyl1&DbQ. xo oox
Dougherty :J, L> Qarnett and 'y. W: tq men. In thls. eopnt7.io"tarry Gq'geeGCotleut7cAi'of,
}appeal i Full Line of Citrus Stock a
k Place Palmer.Clerkawcuilen,1enoe; /P91l.\1C.\ ijutfthoNHlf ct''the ')peopleXhn' \ ., e to.' tfrownon grown.In Spruce Pine Land, Address. oXo
I'Orter'sPacldnCIIouse. declared t old
: the last primary, when they s
r <'HcRa'Precinct No.. 6.-inspectors: T. BLT that Mr. Dearborn, should ,have, 'the JOHN B BE.ACH. West, Palm, Beach. Florida 'Gokeleo7to7SOiaotsg7SOteOiSOiSOlso7Sn oROStoROKOatOKOKOxtO/t0at0atOK0 .oetoetoiloetoetoStoetoeoKokoetakoNH .Q. .u.u.o.g..o.g.o, ( 9i o''

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!;, DRINK'S l} RYE.. REC" t. F FEE. AI Favor?? Brun.j .

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j aragraphs ofInterest I Batteries and motorboat supplies of all
klmlH at Iluffstettiers: J3tf SIRIUNCO.

Joeal Mi.. and Mrs.! L. J. Ballard and I
'f" 'I I a 1 -
) .
daughter, !Miss Ballard, will leave .. ,
---- Monday night for their home In Troy,
The people of Delray are jubilantover Pa., after spending the season In West

__ of Flagler the the canning has announcement decided factory to that there take Mr.and H.run:M'I: Palm Mrs Bench J. A. Peeler spending several Our First Cut Rate Sale untl,1ony.s. .

it for a period of five years. This days this week with her parents, Mr. ,
I and Mrs. iM. W. Goode, at Ojus is I
.. ,
means; five M.UM of sl1'ce'1ls and prosperity : : I. I.
for tin Inrmi'iH and People of I The game of baseball that was to It would take all the newspapers in the City
[ have been played on the Royal Poin-

f Delray. I IMI' j c-lana diamond Thursday afternoon bet- to, tell you all the good things we' have
Fred :s Dcwcv of Wc-it Palm ',,'een the West Palm Beach and Palm .
on sale, such as ,
Bell<'h was a'< i i ot \ I HItor In Dralray peach teams was postponed on account .

a Hart L Knpp 1 of Boynton was a business not known of the when stormy the contest weather.will come It Is Ten per Cent off on allvthe W. L. CUT'' PRICE SALE E

visitor In Palm Beach !Monday. I off. Douglas Shoes and flonarch ..Pats.'The' .

Messrs, Allan and Cullen Pence of '
Iluyler's Candies. B'oadwell & Moore reduction all theMen's
Boynton wore in this city on business I fig "son
The social that waa to have been
last Saturday : Ladies' andChildren's Shoes .
held at The Palms Thursday night by ,:
Tate Spripi.'. mineral water BroadRpybold the Ladles' Aid society of the Congre- '
Hats and Shirts. ,
NOW ON 'at
well & Moon gational church has been postponed to I C

Capt. M. T. formerly of I next Tuesday night at the same place. I Children's Suits and Pants at
this city but now living aboard his !I I I :

schooner Jamos T. Judge; Just southof !I i Lathe or*Jon brass and steel at Cum- One-third Off regular price. 'I
wings 9-13 tf C
Palm Beach la In the city ptrpoting
Old friends and aec ualutancee-Mi- !I I from all indications the public meet- See the line of Shoes in our window :

ami :Metropolis '':'ins Sunday to be evening held at by the the Baptist Woman's church MIs- at $1.50 per pair ;' worth double Store
Mr and Mrs. Grubb and son. ,Perry sionary' society of the church will be the Boacft

rl' have returned to Miami after a short:', well attended.! The program will consist price. ,'i\ ,>:

trip 't,tc, Cubj and will leave Monday of BOngS, readings, recitations and A FEW ITEMS
for West Palm Beach before going i I I I remarks upon missionary topics. A I. "

north' I(I collection will be taken for state missions. ,

Hay VOUT bikes repaired at Cummings; :' All are cordially Invited. $10 and$61f20Suits for Men's and Boys' Hats Ant
: .
Clematis ave., opposite bunk. All work
guaranteed 9lJf I Wm. D. Van't Woud, proprietor of On Table No l $1.5O. $2 and $S.5O

the Earman House, will leave the city .
Egerton & Co. are having an electric ; Qualities $1,25
"Monday for !Lake Ill., where he $12.SOto$15Suitsfor
light plant Installed on the lot In the Oray's Cheaper kinds for 4.8cMen's
I will manage Rest Cottage, a well-ap- $8.50 I' f
rear of their place of business an,1'wlll
pointed and modern summer resort On Tebla'No. 2 I' ,- .. .,.
i furnish their own light hereafter. II hosterly. ':\11'. Van't Woud is distinctly $1'5 and Boys' Shirts .... .,. Tue

Biltmore Cream, Broad well & Moore. a successful hotel manager. As to $18 Suits for lug t.ud .

George Zapf of West Palm Beach I proprietor of the Earman House be $12.50 76c, $1, $1.25, $:J.50 hully

IB in the city for a few days looking I made himself and his hotel deservedly On Table No. 3 Shirts for 48c

after his extensive business Interests popular. His many friends will regret q;1p: G a.n :Ya a- ,f, r :. ; r

In this part of the county. 'He paida I his departure and; look] forward to his Terms NET CASH While Sale Is OnTHE ''I emusver

visit yesterday to hU saw mill at return at the opening of another sea- jl ''I eIi

Perrine and had a. hard drive on hit 'son. p',
Ii 1 If a stranger comes to
up youAl'd
return In the rain storm of Jast night ave t

Miami: Record. I Mr. Sidney Maddock, the owner of SIRIKIN COa \ says: !"Well, well, how do you do?" on, bl
the Hotel Palm Beach at Palm Beach, : ut wiu

The Initial number of the Florida I Fla., Is a guest of the (Magnolia, Hotel, i Slaps your back---gives your hand' a"shake, con

f Poultry and Agricultural Journal en route to his New York home. ;Mr. Jefferson Block West Palm Beach ,
And "Old Marti take? era p
has reached The says: \, what'lilOU!
published at Tampa I Maddock, who is a great golf enthu- : 11 them
Tropical Sun. The magazine seems to siast and an excellent player, Id: stop- Asks after !your wife.and', all the folks; be,

be lust the sort of a publication needed ping oft to take part In the golf tour- A-WOFRD r the
4 to cater to the classes for which it is naments at the St. Augustine Golf For SaleSherman's Offers a cigar like the one he.smokes;
Intended and the prospects for Its success Club Inks. He says that while Palm I his friend Max
Says resemble Jim nice
([Dne) (CentClassified I !: !you: 811
seem very bright. Beach did not have the season it dida I 'lug r,

t Blltmorr Cream, Broadwell &Moor year ago still the Palm Beach season And wants your views on', the Drainage Tax.;-- locipunm

Is always good and that the past -- -- Point Please work and I listen well ;
\All of the public schools of Dade l stop your tf.
one was no exception. The hotel will adver'! (*iTient9 io this column I a seh,
county that opened last August closed open about Christmas next season, at one cent i pf word, for each in- I Lake To all the 'nice\ things he has to tell; rf ucatloo
yesterday. These schools were Cocoa- sertion. Count the rds and send the on Worth, r'ivi'
P nut Grove Lemon City, Delray and under the same proprietorship. Many cash along with the or 'er. .I For lae's'not a dealer in real estate, .,iffi. SliP!
Improvements are already contemplated '
West Jupiter The term of each of Best Fishing 1r'. d the
these schools was most successful and for next year. The hotel will be'' MONEY TO LOAN. Nor a bunco marl' but A CANDIDATE. the f
re-painted and re-furnished throughoutand
the attendance larger than ever. YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT rln 18
be made up-to-date In every res IP you want to improve and need money Twenty-eight acres ot I>aqd 'suitable IronsWest

H. J. Burkhardt a prominent busi- pect.-St. Augustine Record. to do it with apply to Geo. O. Cuirie, for Pineapples/Fruits and Vegetables -
ness man of West Palm Beach Is West Palm Beach. j .
transacting business In the city today. I Joe Nathan, a well known colored \ ; 300 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit I the I Iay

:Mr. Burkhardt made a ,welcome call man of Miami, was killed by an explosion PIANO FOR SALE. DWIGBT &DCGR> be I
Oranges, Bananas, Gnavaa. -in full din tal
at the office of the Evening Record.- of dynamite early Monday Cost $400, made by Haines & Co., ,

, Miami Record, Wednesday. morning on Plantation Key, where he just as good as new All silver strings bloom. One thousand feet of Lake Real Estate agent ably I i
e cl
- was at work as a member of a Florida
4 Hartford tires No. 77, $3 00 each, at East Coast Railway extension crew with mandolin attachment. Will sell Front. Thirty-five- larpe; Cocoanut IDmsnrdwlU

,lr CunitmnK. 9-IJ-tf The cheap Must! ,be disposed of by first
let-go occurred while he and his Trees. Shell Mound. Beautiful
j Miss Luclle Barnes bas returned wife were sleeping In their tent and week In April. Call at "The Northern"for e term

from J'a1m Beach, where she accompanied the opinion la held quite generally I particulars lw View.1 www InatlolYS

her parents on a cruise. The that he of t
was murdered by enemies. Tin Batteries and Complete Launch Sup.
other members of family will return woman sustained slight burns. .. date
plies, at Fowler -
Bros. & King's. =---- -
here In a few days by boat, says the At : aunty
Daytona News Mr. George L. Bradley, president of Brass Shafting, at Fowler Bros. & a Bargain up fl
the Florida Coast Line and Transportation King's. :The Americus FertilizersVtgetable of In
William Davidson, Jr., of Milton,
company, more commonly visit, J
laid his head Re Magnetos, $15 Best made
deliberately on the my oo. Pam
known as the East Coast Canal company elviuemu.
_ trucks In front of a Seaboard Air Lined at Fowler Bros. & Itinl('". BOX 155, Beach, Fla.
died Monday In
Washington, D.
train It out Fruit and Vine Tree
passenger as was pulling Orange
C., where he had gone to undergo
from River Junction (Monday night and Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been
treatment for
impaired health. He had
i: and was killed. No cause is "knownfor been president of the company since Louisville & NsJiYille, AUGUST STOCKER successfully used on Florida soils for,many
the rash act. .
1904. It is not believed that-his death 'High-Class; Experienced yearn. For any information on or ad

A party of young people who wentto will In any way Interfere with the '.Rau'roa-c:1: : : I dress .

Palm Beach yesterday In an auto-, .work on the canal. udge j,
mobile returned this morning at about BEST' LINE TO B. M. POTTER
Two barges owned by the R. T. Ross slates t
2 o'clock, having; been most pleasantly _
entertained yesterday with trips Contracting Company of Jacksonville, : FLAT IRON 'BUILDING West 'Beach down a"Ter
Palm, Fla
through the town land last night with en route to ,Miami, He stranded on the Birmingham, Nashville, .o ndSnoesMade to Order 01iof
beach, one about mile above
a Jupiter
,; a dance tendered them by friends of
Inlet and the other .ten miles up the Memphis Knoxville> in'Tg ,-_ bar 4coward
that city. Those In the party were ; Repair Neatly ;DoneWear .
beach from Bear's Cut while
; a large .
4 Miss Maude Mlsa Maude
Iron dredging! worth Rubber Hiali for Comfort. ?s
dipper probably tInIhe
Hampton Mr; Hugh Coachman, and Louisville, Cincinnati
:Mr.! LennIe Combs. (Miami Metropolis( $2.000, and a propeller for the tug, .. tho Rubber iirofmire. heels on make feet.hoel nail ankle" Life and la relieve cantor or ,
S. S. Brewster, are lost in ten fathomsof whoa rubber heels are luoil. a consideration of s rule da
Wednesday. linpnrtanet In public billlillnio, hotul. the ho .
St. Louis lest
water, ten mlle above Bear's Cut. Chicago, pit ,, the llbrtrry the Mihool. room where nuiaeiKoVleutlnniiblo Palm Beach her to
Huyler'a candles, Broadwell & Moore The two barges began to leak badlyon and ct'ptlbly:'the, Jar Inm.leot Itubber to heel walking timlninli or running per-; lilt Wha

11&: It now, develops that George Sessions the trip down and, It being impossible iv.r bird In nurva sorter fortie.Clematla ,a,. .arid make a oonuoqueotaving .J .. dl' ). t i the lfOvue8e

; the man arrested by Officer for the tug to tow them farther, All Points North and West avenue.* Pry opposite UiKHlx, Huurw-Wanning Brother. Town Lots:' r I" < C,
Granger at Rochelle a few days ago they were cut loose and beached at the Ant0

i4. for Tom Hammond, the escaped mur- points Indicated. A large quantity of the

derer of the Roberts family near Jack- valuable material was* lost by one of Route of the Famous Tourist Train Perse tI

sonville six year ago, is not the man the barges "turning turtle." An attempt & Florida Limited" FOWLER BROS & KING Choice Residenc LOts I e deb,,

wanted, and, after having been held In will be made to rescue the boats, "Chicago here tlernor
custody for several days, has been released MACHINESHOP ,
1 Only Solid Pntlmcta'Train tcJtbe'Wesf, !l i ( "n ii a .. i Ts ;" 7 so
and returned to Rochelle, wherehe with Observation,, and ? ?, I 0 then
GRANTED ABSOLUTE DIVORCE.New Library. .. Dining % from' $200 "
was employed by Knight &: Williams Car. I OAS"E OINE'REPAIRS SPECIALTY ... tip, II sad l
York, (March 30.-Brodle' Lv >f: ALL KIHDSoflATHf' and SHAPE WORK -
r Leaves Anxuatina
naval store operators, at the / e *! a m.dally 55 is
i ie
Duke, the millionaire tobacco manufacturer LCHTM. JaokauoTklla L W .:.HO..m.daily one-third cash;; balance semi-annual
time of his arrest.B tc
: Arrive Chinese; f:10p. m.next day thrs
? of Durham, N. C., was granted Arrive gc.Loud e >:Ji)p.m.next day GAS ENGINE, SUPPLIES installments
M. Potter agent for Mapes, Ameri an absolute divorce from his wife, ; on .rear 8.ona.ble time, according DoealudBS
Armour's Wilson & Toomer's Sleeper s FOR SALE to 'i'f L
1 cue Alice Webb Duke, whom he married Throogb also operated on A. price of lot. Is

a Painters, and geDuln.lmpot\ed. \ Peruvian, tn :.this, city December: 19, 1904. No I C. L. 8:05 p. m, Train, Jacksonville to 'Pop 'Ahd Ml fn'formatlon uacm
Flat Iron Building plata
? Near Landing
9 guano. St.. Louis nd,.Chlcagq. Perry ,Lake Pronto apply to 51017 be
Members.'of: the,popular .tTtopIa Club i tounsel,Bppe.ared./qr! Mrs. Dukes! I ... WEST PALM BBACH.:' FLORIDA i r lAiitiACE :3 3MCOSKS u,sad f fS

}nd, their friends enjoyed a social $. demu
r : For laformaUoa.to ra'...to an pclnta North s '
time' at the club .hUIIe! ednet ar.eT'l1lnl. A Bargala. and Weat.aoheUuleaat full Infarmalton call '.;.h J 4..: LfOttnllONEYADTAlt Agedt'FlorlcJa.,fcasjj COQS? (, Railway; Land DepaKmentr led yea'
Cards the feature of on any Ticket A unt ot addraa ads
A new 5b. p. two-cclev: engine for r OEO. K.: IIERR1NO.ln West Palm Beach Florida: aln
the event and the many who attended Eras, at Potter's, Flatiron Building. West I .:Past "..Iat Uand. R, ft.. ti ,. -. ,r .; : 'OdinI

l passed very enjoyable evening. Paljp Beach. I 204 Wail. Bar St.. .jMkmnvltta.. Florida Vte1R.ASadrws4 Wei. ..........1.1I' --' '-r I ,. "'" .
\ + I.,4S."talt I
n I'f. \- Mery
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f '4? .. der. ."?'UM1't fear t, "tiler ,rf./W r
I r.... \jiivto Mr, ,it 5aav""d/' 6Rrae" .rc4eef', "../t Mdt JA :I. ,e1oJ41+4-4 Ara idLl iii.t1,

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