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: December 29, 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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IMPROVEMENT BON S' Musical atBriggs -Arrivals At I HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA .,, : ', i I

The Breakers i:

.'. CARRIED YESTERDAY CottageGuests WILL OPEN JANUARY 10 : >; ''t ';:

\NtJllfstlldif4lK1;"" \ '' \''',: .. .. '' ..'"+ ., at Briggs Cottage 'were permitted Admiral and Mrs. De Mutb, with their I, I
to enjoy a rare musical treat Wednesday daughter, Miss De Mutb, were among
"-- ,,.,. evening, vbeu Mr. Howard Roe the first,to cross The Breakers' thresholdthis
West, Palm Beach,. Ratepayers Declare. Almost Unan-. ',Wood, a tenor of decided ability; Mr. aea on.. The Admiral's fine electric And 'Season of 1907 Will be OP. Manager Frederic ," '
& "V l
& *) rf W. Sackett launch Harriett will in i
The be
'' n. a pianist whose fckill soon
imously that They Stand for Progress ;: 'several times charmed West Palm Beach commission on Lake Worth. Thia boat ... Sterry Has Bookings that Indicate a Record ,

I'a d audiences, and Miss Jackson, a local viollniste gave much pleasure last' winter to tbe
Prosperity. : t Breaking Season. .i I In
whose talent is always In demand,' many friends of its owner It was universally .

rendered one of the most interesting1' programs admired so much! so, that Mr. ,.. .
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that has ever been )heard In.West Ben jams: Douglass! bad almost a duplicate ., ",

Progressive West Palm Beach yester. fused them on a technicality in the election. Palm Beach The selections were-in the launched by the same builders. Mr. With the opening of the Hotel Royal In fact the early comers to the Royal

day emphatically reasserted her willingness $ As soon as arrangements can be. following order: i Douglass now has another launch fifteen Potnciana, the world's largest; and most Poinciana will this season find everything ,j '.
to iasme Improvement bouds The effected the city council will proceed to The Night Has a Thousand Eyes ... 'feet longer than his last reason's one,d fashionable hotel, which event will occur finished and ready for their reception '(

proposition to bond the city to'the ex: carry out their original plans in regard . . . .. . .Gerrit Smith and with doubled horse power. It is an January loth, one week from nextThurstday a thing$ that has not occurred In' .:

of { to for the recent extension to the paving of certain streets in the ,Howard Roe Wood. up-to-date boat in every respect the the Palm Beach sewn will be for many years.Manager ..
tens\; 7,500 pay '
of the sewerage system and northwestern portion of the city, and as The Songs My Mother Taught :Me. ... principle feature being that of an outside mally opened, and for the next; three Fred Sterry, who has been ,,' ;.

further paving of street carried almost the Florida East Coast Railway interests ,,, ....,.. .. . . . .: ...Drorak kitchen. This boat is expected to slip months leaders of society and wealth, of abroad for the past six or eight weeks, !III i i
have offered to share one half 01 IIoward Roe WoodA into the beautiful waters of Lake Worthon the nation will be found flocking to Palm ,I, ,
unanimously. expected to reach Palm Beach next ,
and this expense, the city fathers will have a May Morning . .. .... .. .Benxe January I, that being the date of the Beach.
While there was little excitement
little Howard Roe Wood advent of Mr. anD Mrs. Douglass week, and with him will come all of the :.
apparently little interest taken In the neat sum left with which to pave expected For several weeks there have been

election, the polls appearing to be almost Laotaua avenue and carry on certain Flow Gently;Sweet Afton.. ........... at The Breakers. busy scenes on the East Side-and every office force who have not yet arrived.
other minor Howard Roe Wood Among those already registered there of hotel is For several .,
deserted the,greater\ portion of the day,. : improvements. The pavingof department the big being days help has been gradually :"
the more progressive element of the city Lantana avenue will mean a great Prelude D b'. .. . . .. Chopin are, Mr and Mrs. Harry S. Jenkins, of worked over and freshened up for the coming in from the North and yester ; ,.r'', <

did not feel Indifferent,.and the lack of I deal to the appearance' of the water front, Etude, A b... . .. ....,. ",, .Spllman Baltimore;.Mr. ane Mrs, Lawrence, Mr. coming of the thousands of visitors.. The day's train added to this number something '' "
Interest! was only apparent among the portion of the city, and it is probablethat W. E. SackettAir and Mrs. Wellington" Mr. and Mrs. P. gardeners have been making the grounds like seventy-five\ who came to ,

opposition. after this work is accomplished a and Variations . . ?..... Haydn B. Morris, all of New York; Dr. and attractive the house carpenters and Jacksonville; via Clyde Line. Others .'1,

Tile polls closed at sundown, and in step will be taken in the direction 01: Miss Jackson Mrs. Penn Compton of Washington;; painters have been putting on their will come from day to day, and by the $ ;

less than an hour the result was given, bulkheadmg the city park property. In i Slumber Song . . . .'.Kjrulf Mr.and Mrs. S. B. Stanton, of New artistic touches; and no part of the boats: time appointed for opening all of the "

which showed that vote were cast fact this improvement is now being considered Crescendo Lasson '.. . . .>. . . York;-Mr.: and Mrs. L. Wolfert, of Little has been overlooked. Especially busy office staff and help will: be on hand. wIt : t
77 aud as soon as ways and means, W. E. Sackett Rock; Dr. and Mrs. J, S. Barnard, of have been the electricians for the paat ia said that the bookings for the
and as only freeholders were eligible iovoter
this is considered a pretty fair can be devised there is no doubt that ich Lieb Dech . (... :. .,_ .Grieg Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sessions, several weeks!, and the telephone service Royal Poinciana and The Breakers this ? ,-;

votes'; There were 65 ballots marked for ', the work will be undertaken and com All Thro the Night a Welsh Air .., of Los Angeles; Mr. Harold Von Mick- which connects with many of the com- season are record breakers, and It is believed ;,,
pleted. --i Howard Roe Wood wit, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. pany's interests on the west side of the that both houses will be comfort-
bonds and .against, while tiers were ,
four1"votes thrown out.belng improperly West Palm Beach is 'to. be congratulated Serenade . ',. :. ... Pierue Tremaine, Mr. H. A. Kayser and Mr. lake baa been thoroughly overhanled. ; ably filled early in the new year. I
Miss Jackson I and Mrs. A. W.; Durkee, of New York. ', ,
marked One of the vote thrown out upon the progressive spirit displayed .
clearly indicated that it was intended in by her citizens today, and as It is Octave Etude, Eb..A..*.Knllak County Fair Hotel Palm Beach 1

favor of boa d.. getting to be,* custom in ti some'sections W. E. Sackett I Surveying the

The election officers were, inspectors, for every one to blow his own horn The Opens i in March Opens Jan. 8th : .. "1
A. r..(Hugh, S. P. Battle and E Ti Williamson Tropical S'uo\ trusts that its readers'willpardon I .A New Departure. Race CourseMr. ,

'and 13. A..'. :Ehmann actea..scler'ltl" it today 1.for departing from its To my stock of hardware, groceries, "
/ '. usual modest'manner.and claiming just hay grain and feed I have added the Arrangements for holding the next That well known East: Side hostelry. .. \

There is hardly fay doubt that the a little thar of the credit. For reallyit Geo. O. Butler,, Dade county's Dade county fair are now well, under The. Palm Beach Hotel will formally. '
fertilizers !!
two well known brands of t
bonds will be immediately disposed! of, was this paper that presented ,the and the Sanders efficient tax assessor) arrived in thecity way., : throw Its doors open to the public\ for :; 'p
s- AlfiecVKleybolteCo.: : : ., of Chicago; financial condition of' tbe''city to'the Mapes Fertilxers yesterday morning to spend a few days. Mr. E. V. Blackman, manager of the ,i the of a';,r .
week from next
Fertilizer Co'a C. A. Wood. season one
offered a premium of fifty dollars on the public and logically set t forth many reasons : products. Mr. !Butler who is one of the best fair, told the Miami News yesterday 1907
bonds voted last August, and only.re.AttractiOns' why bonds should be'voted: lConditions' nH. corner Polnsetta and Ban van streei known civil engineers on the East Coast, that the fair would:be held as early in Tuesday, January 8th. 'b

came to West Palm Beach: for the purpose March as possible, and that he expectedit Mr. Sidney Haddock, the proprietor, :. \.
]I Christmas at Congregational_ of surveying the race course on would be the best fair yet held in the who is becoming known as one of the 1

.for Are .< Lake Worth to be used the Utter part'of county. i leading!: hotel men In the country, haa '

"t The Christmas exercises at the Congregational next month on the occasion of the' third More time wilt be devoted to preparation already arrived at Palm Beach and is :

The Carnival l More HopefulThe church on Christmas night annual 'regatta and races of the Palm than'ever before and the premium personally superintending the work of :f;

were very enjoyable.. Beach Powerboat Association. Mr.:Butler list'will, be issued earlier than usual. i getting the large building readiness 1
The children'entertained'with a de. and Capt. Geo. E. Andrews will l layout The last fair, like all the'other*, was a I for opening. A small army of workmen ,
The'Palm Beach motor boat races and cold wave that vial!ted this section lightful program after which Mr. H. R. the course and set stakes, after which great success, and created an enthusiasm U engaged in house-cleaning, repairingand ,t

night carnival preparations are now en the early part of the week will not prove Wood, of New York City, sang 'tf baritone work the buoys recently 'made for the' throughout the county that will be Celt I doing; the thousand and one odd ) ;

te-rlnlt'the last stages, and reports from as disastrous as was feared, although it is solo with a beauty in interpretation purpose will. be. placed in their, proper in the approaching fair. Jobs here and there that are necessary \
Palm Beach are that every effort will be I yet too early to determine just what for the opening of any big house after
which won, all hearts. positions, and then practically: everything _. The farmers in all sections are getting
made Jo make the setting for the third damage has been wrougnt of will be in Its close for the summer months. Mr. .
n George G. Currle Esq., impersonated at this end the, line ready with their displays of fruits and ?
annual'meet the best possible, says* Mor.gan' 'I From several large growers:of pineapples Santa Claus, and received many plaudits readiness for the events which will, vegetables$ and the woman's department I Maddock reports that the bookings for ,

Motoring Message. .' la this vicinity it learned that the through his clever hits and fund of fun.. doubtless.,.bring,gr.eat ,crowdsof peopleto will, embrace a larger exhibit than;ever The Palm Beach Hotel exceed by far '&
Npw that the Veiled States naval authorities I damage,Is not as great as moat
han decided to furnish a gun ,thought it would be. One prominent of having each child remembered by about nine weeks-snd if possible Mr. looks I for a "full house" soon after the

boat as escort for a motor boat race from ''I grower'..". that the.crop. will in all probability Santa Clau .,)the" cUlldrruv.contributed; .'' ;Just Received." ve.M i I" Blackman will fix the dates for the fair opening: date. A'

the Stars and Stripes"to the Union Jack, be reduced to some extent but \many useful gifts to be sent to tbe Chil I early in the month, and there Is no timeto The Palm Beach Hotel has in past sea .
from, MiamiFla' JTto Nasnauthe, Bahamas the most'serious resultwlll be ithe reduced 1 dren's Home at Jacksonville; or to the A car load of the very finest cypress be lost. sons entertained some of the most prom- ill '
Beach'touraament la of fruit. lumber ever seen in West Palm Beach inent and wealthy men in the United ,,
h.J'alm, ere- aixe +Just how far reaching I Atlanta Seminary. : It is hoped to add some new,features, '
sting attention than the this result will has just been unloaded at the yards of States, to say nothing of hundreds of t' m
more ever, as fie cannot, be,.foretold, Mr and the people in all parts of the county .
entries in the Path Beach'races will:be 'and 'depend0( some extent''On tbe 'I: '". For Sale I the East Const Lumber and Supply Co., should work up an Interest in the fair, foreign. celebretiea who have found comfort : :

the ones that will, undertake the risky weather\conditions thai,,follow the.cold Stitile and is now ready for use. as It has done much and will continue to and entertainment in its large rooms 4
.( manure In any quantity deliseyed' and 'neath its broad and ;r:
trip across the gulf stream and the banks. : wave. do much in the of attracting attention .i inviting veran
Some twenty individual entries have '' upon order.. Mrs.. C. Tiffany on ANTED-To buy good fresh cow. way I das. Every effort Is being made by Mr. "i:'!
'Th Miami News of this to Dade
morn fog county.
Address this offlco.! U
been"secured for the Palm Beach tournament gives the following report,of conditions PoIn etta street. la-im .-- Maddock this season to see to it that \:
and them the fastest those who come will find all the appointments ,
; among are received at that place: The guests of Clematis Cottage had .avery
boats in the well lot of that go to make up comfort
as as a
country I tendered them
Sufficient time baa now elapsed for the pleasant surprise
Entire and luxury, Mr Maddock is the S
Automobile Road among
new 'design boats built especially ,
farmers to form something like a correct .' Christmas morning On going into the in '
most prominent golfers the country
contests estimate of the damage done to by parlor they saw a most beautiful Christ- .\ t
and with all
being thoroughly at home
The Carnival of ,Venice reproduction the recent cold. Length of East CoastJoseph ma Tree, with all the latest decorations
outdoor sports, knows bow to make his
oa Lake Woi b, the concluding evening artistically arranged. The tree bad been
of the third annual tournament will, be The general opinion Is that the damageto placed there and decorated' after all guest have a good time. The position t

undoubtedly the finest water night display growing crops of vegetables .will not were supposed to 1>e asleep, and when of room clerk will again be filled by that ; '.

ever seen in this country. A large exceed 23 per ceut. R. Pafrott, president of the son ill* to Miami., How well Mr. Flag they found so many presents, in the distribution popular faotelist Mr. Hewitt.

amount of money 'will, be expended on I While some fields of tomatoes were Florida East Coast Hotel Company and ler has kept his part of the agreement is of which none were forgotten, The Tropical Sun was in error in stat- '1 it
this one feature of the meet and Lake entirely destroyed, other fields in tbe general manager'of the Flagler; inter. seen In the nearing completion of tbe they voted it one of the most novel and bug that one of the Barkholder cottages ; )

Worth will be a blaze of glory the evening same vicinity were only slightly damaged eats, in the course,'of conversation recently wonderful extenoion of his railroad to enjoyable events in many years. The would be occupied: this season by Mr. rand t

of February I. and still others showed no effects 'upon motoring matters, declared Key.West, a feat in railroad: engineer donor is due to Messrs. Harry Baker and Mrs Fred Metcalfe. The cottage t'fi

The Halifax Yacht Club, of Daytona, from.the cold.Eggplant ., It to be his belief that the time is coming [ing unparalleled. Joe Shank for this much appreciatedtreat. has been rented however, to another 'a.. '
has arranged for a long distance race to suffered even less than toma when there will be a'main thoroughfare A nation and a State have been known the 1
amlly by same name.
leave Palm Beach at the conclusion of toes. Almost without exception young for ,antomoblllsts from Jacksonville! to to be ungrateful; but it hardly seems I;- 0
the tournament, the finish to be at Day bans were killed, but the older crops Miami a distance of 366 miles. possible that the people of Florida will, Civil Engineer Franklin Sheen has received Mr. C. S. A Anderson Use popular secre- 1 :

tons and the prize to be a trophy madeof stood the cold remarkably well. 'After the great extension work across I allow their State to "welch" on a bust : instruction from the land depart; tar, of the Utopia Club, has returned

the silver taken from the flagship of dranges and grapefruit trees were not the Florida Keys is finished Mr. Flager ness proposition, such as that agreed ment of the Florida East Coast Railway Cram a vacation of several weeica spent e?

the Spanish Admiral Cervera when that in the least injured, and this fact stands will undoubtedly give serious atten. upon with Mr. Flagler-the proposition to; continue. .surveying operationswest la New York City sod other Eastern ,

gallant lallor struck his colors to the out boldly In favor or Dade county as Ion to road building on the peninsula, which has made much of the hate as It of Delray,. there being a demand in points. He wilt resume his old position ,

American sailors. the best citrus fruit section of Florida. 'ha already having done much in that direction Is today and means'a great deal for its that vicinity for more,farming lands by with the firm of Lalnhart & Potter. 1

Altogether, the Florida east coast will The majority of those farmers who sustained A main road for all driving future. It Is well to'see an awakeningon rotpcUv; settlers.., Mr. ,Sheen states LOST-Cuff to velvet coat lost on the { '

see some great;'motor boating the last losses On their vegetable crops from Jacksonville to Miami would! be the,, part ,of 'the people of Florida, he haa found more land suitable to the street Friday. Finder will please return. t r

dayi of January and,early days of Feb. will, nearly all replant from their seedbeds the greatest possible boon for Florida especially thoue on the'east; coast to a cultivation of vegetables In the vicinityof to office of Geo. G. Currle.Mrs. '
fUlf The would thousands to journey sense of appreciation of what Mr. II. M Delray than any other point between +4
) represeatattve of the-PalDi and within a week's time the acre and cause r' 3;
Kidd. Miss Minor and Miss Powo
this city and Miami and. it ia said that
has done
Beach Power 'Boat' Association, W. J. of growing vegetables in this section there for driving each winter. Flagler ; especially in .its rela.lion s'
winter homes
who at Rockledger
Morgan According to Florida papers.the State to the man who baa poured money there Is a genuine.land boom on in that, own .
Bretton Hall Broadway, and will be as large. before the cold spell. : .
are spending the hofiday.seaaoaat'theBrigga ,.J(,' t
JMction. :
Eightyfilthrtreete'New' York will, f af* Of Florida owes the Florida East Coast into successful enterprises which has ,special: \ 'c

*Ish entry blanks and particulars of the C. A. Woodruff f Is agent for the Sanders Railroad over two million acres of land, benefited all the people of Florida, and I 'WANTICD-A. good cook, by Mrs. J. Cottage,

Florida motor boat and. automobile toe}. Fertilizer Company. Call on. him which, was, promised H. M. Flagler if he advertised the State the world'ver..-. N. Mnlford next door to the Church of Lowney's Candle, fresh from'Boston., : 1\\

o. laments.. n.... before boyiag your fertU ers'., 4-tf .4 oald build a through line from, Jack. Morgan's Motoring Message. Betb.es a.b1the.sea. ,29-tf> Dr. Merrill's Drag Store' '4-U.

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) DECEMBER 20 1908 "

1,r ; \V1nem You . THE TROPICAL SUN. a critic. The ill omened, the Pawning s nnuk; Boole.The The alarm signal l of a draft is a -: --.....;
pawning the q'edillnlll'lIlC bas
3 croaker:can do a. town more harmIn become a patttetlc) conjmotiplace:) to sneece, which: la a pavbodlp effort of.
Plgneer Paper of Did County, Florida. the circulation and
nature to start up
minute than citizens familiar with
a two good those who are police
court and coroner's court IIt.olleawith or relieve the congestion. A person maybe
Pabll.btl' Every WiduetcJay.od Saturday. ; can repair in a .montb.-Gainesville the private petitions for help; of I far gone toward contracting a cold

(, .T Wilt .AIM ..AOH.OAOt COUHTV. ."1.0"0' Sun. the deserving end undeserving) poor. .I before be sneezes: but the moment hogets ...
But we confess that With the WestMinster this warning: ho should change hill 1'il
SUBSCRIPTION PRICK!:, ':..OO PEa: YEA KI magistrate w> have never position, look around for the draft and
successful farmer
You tell
can a
out of it protect himself
beard before of pawning bank books move or
I Tropical Sun P&ullshlng Comp'y, by looking at; biB horses ; you can Yet 6n expert pawnbroker'*, evidence against It A draft 1 11 something" be i

1 CHAS.; B. KENDALL 'M n..*r. tell a slovenly woman )by looking at elicited by police Inquiry 't Is found Uveaed at- n i that this Is not at all an unusual practice. cans more deaths than war, whisky, :f.'
her hair tell the drygoodsbox .
; you can In the vast majority of cases It football, consumption and ;yellow fever

touted at B the, ..rcutumcc..coad-c\\..("*0'meter,Well,,Pa.a Bnch statesman by looking at the would) seem to be a simpler Iphfttej; to put! together, Almost Everybody who :: The Great White : Line
( patches on the bosom of his panta- draw on the bank account >au dies! from disease dates! his sickness
; cold. This is 1 a. .. ,, ,,.,,, .
borrow on the strength of it from the from taking especially -" ;.' '"''i1', '! ? .k.! ,1 MM' ff.iiiiL.
tell -
loons, can poisonous ser- :
LOVE ENVIETH you pawntibop. But one of the unfortunate true of elderly people Yet it is a' mat.ter'ln '
I NOT. pent by the bluntness of his tail ; poBslbllitlRs of the practice Is revealed : regard to which there are great To 'OW''. a BUCK'S: Stove or rang is to appreciate

"Love envleth not.." Nobody but the'easiest thing of alj), you.can In the particular case mentioned at Ignorance and Inattention. the. merits of this line
himself I Westminster. A picture frame maker, many!: great
envies below ; everybody tell the merchants '
him enterprising by a' wishing to withdraw 3 from the bank, 'Old Jay*...e ....,.... The oven, with white: enamel lining to doors
those that above
envies are ; glance at the columns of the. local
could not and his bank book and then The collector of old Japanese print
therefore, envyipg is covetousness, paper. This is not I divine revelation learned that his wife had been putting must be guided In his selection by the and'\ racks is the' rrjost} sanitary! feature irt{ t the

or worse: it is the recognition of but it Is business and gospel the book In and out of pawn for eight quality of the paper, which should be world It as easy! to wash off and keep' cleanas !
years, having: borrowed it 10s. on It soft and vibrant,, the fibrous tentacles :
good.fortune, : or Attainment, or of truth..Chipley Banner. the. Drat time and ot'' course ehe'bud upon' Ita 'surface"often forming shadows ; a china dish

f power,, or: of something else In those been paying Interest on hr various where it has been expoaed'to the

1 that. are above, and the man is angry NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY transactions.London Pall Mall daEette. dust. The register mint bo1 perfect, HatchettJDaCamara Hardware Co
y each color belnir'confined absolutely to ,,
at their goodness, it rebukes his J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, 0., IU prescribed space :Perfection In-the '

s meanness, or his littleness. Rural free delivery, writes: "My noblaeoa c..._ >aapaaa/f. register IB aa Infallibly gilkta, The color l&hotalkReiil of

But love, never. You cannot bestow daughter, afflicted for yean; :with epllepsy When the average boy spends the delighted I must be soft and melting, in many =
M A F l D W A R E
which was cured by Dr. King's New / } )hours of Imaginative! youth In I case cue ;tone\ e adlDg'.m,( another r
too much upon! you Life Pills She has not had an attack devouring the pages of Robinson Cru- not harshly determined by) tie line of West t Palm Beach X''' X'X :X X X Florida

love.-. A,.mother, is sooner liable. to for over:two :years." Best body cleans soe" be has, like most people of more the block.-Extract'From .Imp..lou0It .," .
1 bestow too much upon the babe of life mature years, no Idea that be,is panic- Vklyo-y," by.Mrs,, Dora Amsden,
ers and giving tonic pills on earth.
Ing a "work of'profound ptloeopbywritten '.
1. her bosom than a true heart to envy 26c at all DrugglstB.CONSTELLATION. by one of the greatest political! De..a't L(14l( .o H_... .
the gifts of those that are about thinkers of the Kngllah speaking race. A most,curious and sluggish creator -, I"" :' .. ::: ::-
Of ARIES. Taken with 'a knowledge of the facts 1 1. the' tautawa, "a nine Inch lizard
)t him.What of the career'of De '11'oe. "Robinson' whose borne 1* in New Zealand., This
r if, they are better and more The Ram With the Golden Fleece *fArgoneutlo Crusoe" can properly be'considered a little Imitation .saurian has the reputation

popular than you? Thank God Fame. story Intended, to.illustrate tho' heavy of being, the,laciest creator rr

4 that there ts some one better: and Early on the 21st of March the burden of trouble placed upon any: single created He Is usually found clinging This Is' Invitation '
k4' Individual isolated from; his fellow to rock or: logs along the shore pf ztyere
more popular than you. What if sun enters the sign of Aries, and and compelled .,to, maintain his ilst- I and J)lakes, and ha*, been !known to t
Y u they are wiser than you? Thank astronomical spring begins, Two or ence without their aid. The tale'ahOWI ,remain In one position perfectly motionless : Every grocery store in the country keeps for sale Grits, Meal,

God that there is one more star in three thousand years ago, when the In an Inimitable way how all civilized ., for many month. Bow th., Bacon and Sugar,.but not every grocery store keeps. for sale the unusual !
men are Interdependent Regarded creature to exist 1* a mystery: I
heavenly manages
were originally
groups : nice things that
above yourself. from many people are constantly wanting We do.
the firmament fashioned this point of view the 'author'otthe
Aries marked the vernal
What if they have the com menna-' most widely read work of fiction film Owit Clie.lv."Beg We have just such'things In bur store and are constantly adding to
equinox the passage of the. sun ever,written becomes an object of par pardon," said the garrulous them.

'"* Lion of men, while you have the through which betokens the openingof titular Interest, to all thinkers upon, passenger, "but I think'' I beard :yoo As adUcrimlnate buyer cf Choice, really choice things, you do
I JUi'lfflHBM'' dry, bitter root to chew? Thank ,spring. Owing, however, to the politics.-William N. Hill, M. D., laWataon's addressed as, professor. Might to-. I tin
yourself Injustice'not bur
to visit
God that somewhere there. is somebody slow westward, movement of the Magazine. quire what chair.you; hold?" store 'frequently and see for

that Is Dot getting' troubled equinoctial points Aries in reality "The.chair right next: .to the door,". yourself the choice line of Roods we carry at prices that. will! appealto
} To "Po'nn4" Word. answered the professor. "I run a shopof
has no longer the honor, once accorded you most strongly.Our .
as you are.There When' the'roputabillty: of punning; Is I my: own."
it, lut has drifted to the east- will '
space tot permit det.l1sbut we would like to
under discussion ee you
I are tears enough and misfortune ward. it Is well to bear,In ..
I mind that the very"name 'of the in the store 'Where you can look at and judge Zoods
Jest satisfactorily
enough, and there are burdens I The constellation of Aries represents New Railway Time Card.
confesses to Ito
a degree of''atrocity; "To yourself aud'whether ''welcome
s : and laid those that. in mythology the ram wUh the you buy or not'yon; are and this
cares on "pun. according to the London Chronicle No. 29, local moll and express, with I
golden fleece 01. argonautic fame is a personal invitation TO YOU to visit'our store and just look
Is to ; ,
are. eminent, quite enough to keep "pound" words, to beat them parlor and buffet 'cars leave Jackson I
and a 'short sketch of its history Into forced conditions, so the philologists I rummage and ask all the question and 'show me's" that you pious
+ them down In their own estate. be of interest. Athanius believe. "Ue ville at 9:20: a; tn.,'arrlve at West Palm .
a would
may pun thee into Do this and afford as pleasure to greet Courteously
Love never envies anybody. And, legendary king''of Thesjaly, had two shivers ,with his fist," says 'Therslte at 8 p m.,. crossing the lake to The you

1 judged by 'that test note, a great children, Phrixus'andTieUe, and he' in "Trollus' end Craulda,''' mea.nlu.K: Breakers,, and leaving here for the L 'W.
y deal 'of religion is spurious 'Henry also had two'wives, having repudiated physical "pounding." "Pun": Is not a BURKHARDTmw GROCERIES
the first 'and taken a second. slipshod 'development'of "pound butts south at 8:35: p. m., reaching Miami.

4 Ward Beeeher. The stepmother wen not at all good< original form tho'AhgloSaxouverbbelli& at 10:55: p., m. ;
to 'the children ana 'treated them'so'I "punian/ "' and "pun" or "DOUU" 'I No. 35, local mall'and'express, with '

4.. Officials of the postoffice department badly that she aroused 'aynipathyin'their .having developed became a final "d." Just as"wren" 1 buffet and sleepers, leave-J cksonvllle 4 %%
"sound" and as the'at ''
behalf. those inter- 4:20: p. m., arrive at West Palm
have announced that they'in Among trutemt turn "gown" into "gownd"Curiously '
Beach at 4:10: a. m., 'and. .fter crossing -
l tend abolish "the back stamp" ,sated in the youngsters was Mer- enough, "pun" and ""pound1 '
who sent a r'aipwhidYtook'] have the lake will leave'here at 4:45: a.
cury no connection with
I'' letters-that is the 'OD : : ,."punching", a '
on postmark i them on its back,! sprang Into the man's head, which' !. ,imply l ,"punish- in., reaching Miami at 7:30'a. m.

t the! reverse, of the envelopes, to air, and hustled_them off.to:'the: eastward ing," contracted, or with: "punching" NORmHBOUND:

show when arrived at its destination. .:. a ticket, which goes .back to the Latin"pnngeie'to No. 78 leaves iMlaml 6:00) 'a. 'm., ar I Beautiful: : '

There are, bowever, many In those .days: Europe and Asia prick"or puncture 'at West Palm' Beach at 8:15 a. I : : :Lots

.. were separated by a ,strait M we flat mi.., crosses the Jake and leaves here '
protests against this change. These .... .. 'I
sty ,
j ins i 1Oe lure.to be the case: today' rkvy' at. 8; ,8:50: a., m.,, reaching Jackson-, I
protests 'are voiced by the'Iioh ton and the Hello became 61peculiar pap married widow I '
girl frighten. VUle 7:30-p: m. In The
Post w'eD it' "The inform'ation'1ivaluabte'to .. ,a.)!hlm,eir. Bill pet affeetatlon : Railway AdditionTo
# says: .d or perhaps dizzy from seasickfaess '
wee No, 28 leaves Miami at 5:10: p. M.;
business in syiackottime,, : He.wa* aV .. .. ,, .
m'an crossing the water: at this '
a very] ways In a burry IIepretep4adthat arrive at West.'Palm Beach at 7:40: -

.. d.I is information, he wants.: thIs rough'' time. in., 'experience1: ,..losi 'he liad Sao leisure'to, dregs.himself! and 'p..m., crosses-the lake" and leave here ...

I :Waft J is( Delayed lie wants. ; to her hold 1 and fell into the straits* 'wbon Vchabgo' f'I llnea'tUoamV ne'ce at 8:15: p., m., reaching; Jacksonville at the City : West palm Beach.Caniyereit
which to .thia. day:ar* known as the, arr1 be simply'put")ne;' nlrt' T'er;:Wpther 7:40:' p. 'm. .
know .whether it. was in transit; between Hellespont. The boy had a better until be' wa I '!tnow.. to'bar! *' on!I ,The regular winter schedule will nt-jto triage Ferry }Rdil'roadstation :

the point 'mailing and the hold and kept i en:until//h. -reached. five or six shirta at'a Urn*, 'Of coune goInto'effect j jl
p the. far nd of the Black Phrixtis b..could.DOt'wear this amount of '' on ,.January 9th. 'when thVusual : I t ; and to the.busrepast'
ti point 'of destination, or whether It :. sea.: apparcl '
'between'the ihovrsd ;a. spirit I oi tsvcrtfiec, not! : ,;!without' appreciably.,,incredatog l through daily 'trains .will, 'of town. Prices Low and Terms
r occurred postotrice/ and of self however' the bill sine, and.hl. .friends! pot In the:seeret.were.eometime..orprised be Rut on., 'The schedule wilt be'pne4/ 4
by killing ram' : .
1 his 'bueiniBss,, tiouse': ;, ,JU*, wants 'to and entingita, golden fle.c*;I to ?! .to lee. tically ,the same ** last season. Train,, 4 Easy ,. .jtood discount will be allowed -

know when the..lllaU.anived,1f, it the king ire p.f ,the; country,,who caused JXWnd.'in him j fall!' ,off a..'4ay.'n apparent'i)."Wlf.Vgwat Iwelgbt' twenty' ;.', No.,23,, will again' be. operated,,laviag for:Cash dI ,'

l is In any way delayed, and he "wants it,to be hong in the-...fed. Aft ot' : "Wig to'kHpalmoft\ for1 company! anx.Jefy ,"' Jaek.gnyUlet8} ; a,>.jn.,,,and,arriving!! 4
the Arifs under the guard of sleep- '" .' hen at 6 p. n. This train..:It will be ,'
some "information"on 'which 'to 'fix a bet *' T! idld fcot care !t 'for'iam For plate an'd full l
; I lee ) the remembered,. carries U, S. mall .In1' information apply'to
the'bl.me' :. If a'J'eiter "..cb'.gq ,The star marking play she tad basy'tiislc, and dome*. '
11 -i. t- v tt *arjlyet.ta :foreh a4 'was, called.I by the Arabs; tie dtacord !Wall a eotnnln'tltfag. : pouches, I : d :8 ;:i,
Main i street business housedelayed, Carnal; wh ch means sheep. In yery. d.'_ .... .i"H' ."q... "'" 'ft 'e'" ""i',:, '"i ,a, :, .., ?,? v, .. ,- WATsTiWOE.: .: ;. tOS1si

the ,..business man knows whether ear1ytimesit) is said hatw., Greekseonelde ,.." ." .Si''!' )' I',1,1' r.rrrr i iJ '.4'' . , ... .. '" .. ,, . .\ Agent! Fldrfde Ldet CoirdtVRailw' : rlt.; "
sd tbs.taras ,.. .. ay 1epc P ; ,
1 t' the delay is In Houston on 'the ; "''' ''' '''U v. '
+ ; road because the front and ''backstai'p herald of thf vernal equinox.--New ,," west P r'1Beaoh, Plorida.AMS" .. !

York ,Time*.. __, __ I .. Ii., .! ".1' '" '"., ,'1" 1f / > ; .. ;,,-; '., .
C all aboutit. If t ', ,
: : 1r the'rVjfsno f! w.v U. } b.1 It? ''L'' ". l' '," ', '" '., -" .. :

.hick stamp it,.will, be very easy 1'10. _.. : : : .. .; ......, ."... ,r .' : :
'Tom-B..r. Yon'f 'aUrt 4 fvta e' '.f '. ,. ., ,
: '
for the postmaster in, the local office I' Y "
fr' note to Borrougns "Dr. ')811'.'"- Dont ... .....'...'..' .. .' '.
? ,, of destination to shift the responsibility'to I'you know that''sort>'abbreviation .U '. '. '' ....a'r.....NNe

t 'the 'railroad delays, very slovmlyl DJckNo., sir.. i1Dr.! 1 t- .:. \ '. I ; ,2 <
: 19IIltliElr;
all right In this c..... ,Beowe.'memoney.Phlladelpbla .
to the office of origin! ; ; etc., but when .

s stamp the, tell-tale i is there evidence he most" of account'his 'own to Bspcrivmacd Freas.":Si..,. j jj: 'Blacksmiths' ,,, f'WJl'' )'wktghts.

She-Is my hat on straight He-I ur
some one for the slowness with 1 eshoefng'tU1d
presume It is on the way yon'want It.. '
which the mall matter "I is handed It Is' 'not on horizontal.-Somervltle Broad we 11 & Moore: General Repair'"WorkIManufacture :,

f Journal.A ,
a out. l -- DRUGGISTS. ; : of Tools a 'Specialty i

man cannot escape in thought anymore' Corner.Store, Jefferson Block ', West Palm Beach. Fla. ,
If you have made up your mind than. he; can language from Freight Paid One Way on all'Out-of-Town Orderse
the past and the present.
to live in a town, then stand up for H.rdr Tfeuia It looma. /'I .. : i Poinsetta "

'It, and if you know positively no Ask some one to catch bold of his) \'.. Street North,, West. Palm.\, ,BeachSolicits .
P good, then silence is golden. Do .. nose"-with his right hand and 'or '''hi. NNNeNNN -
right ear with his left Band. ..NNNNN.NN.NN...NANN N.N1111111111HiI11111111111111 .
i' all can to help along man
you every After he
has done this tell him to
F who is engaged (in legitimate 'busi place each baud as quickly as possibleIn --

ness. Do not send away for every a reverse position-that la, he must '$ r I

thing nice you want and still expect hand catch aud hold at of the his same nose! time with grasp bis left his ." ,' " ,,'1111111111'" " r"r.'J'r'tr""r"" ." ," '

,[ 'I the home men to keep a stock left /ear with his right band. $

i to suit the whim of oneor two cus Tell him to repeat tbla operation several "" i TQe l1ie eJ. '

iI tomers. The success of your fellow the mono times often as quickly he does as possible It the more,and -. { > > 'Pl7ar aey ;

townsmen will be your'Success. Not amusement he will furnish for the company f --- -- I''== :" :::

man' liveth to himself and no wan ;, since bewill] find ''It more and \ : YOUR: Trade:
more difficult to grasp his nose and ertf i iI .
does business independently of bis and will spend, considerable 'tlmSearching I : -,

4 home fellow paper.business ta men not. imagine Take your the for them. I Hd i |? We give you"pure ,Drugs at' Moderate!, : 3g.

t big dailies fill up all this space, A little WonderfulThree children running euatry.; away. rl 11 I i,; .. Prices, putup,, by alBegistered'Pharmacist ::

Hu.hl DOn't.tell; don't: tell !=:: .
There.are.many little crevices, of a :::
Hand In hand to a lovelr land: e : 3E -
OS where the fairies dwell. : '
goodcheer, social sunshine, personal ..
uti i iI 3B
s mention, In the home paper that Oh..what fun'for the tend l. lam, E S M I F> '. ', I'I= ; -! ; ,,
Shaded with candy tree) :
dq the big! dallies! .do not. p lot.. Then There. you Can! 'play the livelongdart' z : Try our ,Candy,, Soda, and ,.Ico Oream -g

fr' do'not abuse\ y our,neighbor. The There-.you can da M you plta.e.j I\ FURNITURES GOODS /EVEn.Y DESCRIPTION ii'I =5.= '-- .' "
main difference In the number of Come In the arlr morning time.Come ALL COOOS 6TOR D IN SEPCRATC C9 O CXM 6.nFlPHEP'RRQ'S ::: oo"nmOEL: .::;; Ibd.
In the dusky eveCome CLAV :" '
A+, his faults\ and your own is that you To the with bud the.f throng M.....and B U hurry-ve.> alone, (. -. DnOE JAC., *** *,, .. *STS., -. I'I ie i Graduate'New,York College of:Pharmacy: .g"' wg j jT.

.. ,see through.is; ..magnifying glass as ::,*'W'.hl'.t etal'...,' -111 .,. ... "" '""" ., *' '*B ''<- rt****V 1 V ,'
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'\, bare. He-was...,ked to In the plainest "> ''!I'.W')} ,,

I! IauCll ll. Mr. Nervely talked .... :' i
1 In a loud a 'If
L 1 Bluffing anQutlaw voice. He conveyed the Idea. that, he : "ear '
: (
owned the earth When he had tired I : : ; : ,

"Bile Jose himself quietly, out asked and :wen taking a rest ''j LR'D"IB'S' ----.t .' 1", ,"ii-11 I'

'.t "Am I:, then, to understand that my \\ :; :;(
By C. B. LEWISrujiwriuM. service are no longer required ,
;oison *Of course 1_ J: .
a you are. > : ,
m ". .(t9U6.till Uedtm.PhOUp a Co. "But about this strike? "t e '". \1 ,'JA o+;
"I can'lettie''It without your help. FALL IT'S' \ (" ,J. ,,
bus a 'very bad! effect on,your' 'y--; "And. aa
tern. It disorders yom stomach The New Yorker silver mine located band?" .'". "I.. \
end digestive' apparatus taints your I In Mexico, but owned and worked "PoofI! :Look hare: ,, myman" .let1' megive ..... \ ".f ;,

| blood and.caul a'! auwttpattea,%rttk by Americans, had been In running order ;you 'a pointer<< : Don't',come mon '" ,
Hits fearful tu"rThedford's a year before Jose Favara put in keying around ..here .ualesa you are +L.+ .L. .. ,. ..... i' ,"". "",
an appearance. He had been heard of, aching to.get hurt. It the law won't ,"

however. He was known as cattle protect ,u. we wm.pl'oteet.ourllelvH. \
stealer, a claim juniper and a\general Do ;you envoy?" : :fJ1E i'
outlaw, ind it waa the popular,\ibellef The outlaw d'<0. He bowed and\ smiled "' SDITJacket .
that he stood In with the pollee. At and took his 'departure. It w& a .

any rate. they had not interfered with cold bluff, and he meant to call It when ...?..- ". : ". I, ,' ,' ,,. .

his. operation to any extent and he the proper time came ,' "'\" ." ',
walked the streets of.the town as frees "Da you' think he''will try to make ni '

tralI : ; / any other man. One day Jose appeared trouble?". asked the, president of'theuperlntendenti'wbenjjose trimmed with'-black: silk collar and'cuffs. '

I I 11... at the mine. Be walked had departed.
rood the tot for
[ 'ndarcitllllulbFtai!. Their'M straight to the .upermteu4ent"'.',olDceJ Satin Lined. ,
belle/.4f/ 9l1./cane. and, doffing his hat,, said: I "Sure to." /

) "Senor Barnes, I.bell you to excuseme. "I;don't. I-.thiuk bluffed him'out
.. puma tome near ftI\1I&tora04
My name I is Jose Favara. II However, there are the muskets." : \
ttaot purifier. should have called on you weeks ago, And' .not ''a cartridge: -for one of ,' 'B EN.JJ1-\e'KET.SUIT' : .
It rt4.f'tJtoe & one caused "
get ptd
them. c
but have been busy,in other direction .
by over-stpply' of bite, and quickly "
I am now here to.do ,business with. "Cartridge arty awfully expensive. I X
I cores hUtou hiadaches; dlzztnau, you." think:that empt,)''IDuute'wUI 140'the .01 .

--h,.....Pot appetite, nausea, indlcUon **- "Well, what S la your business?' queried trick.:: ''Nothing'ulre.a bluff-it 'you rob ..., ,, ,

; constipation- aularla chili the superintendent, although he it In hard euoagh. : Jacket .self trimmed,.satin lined J//
"6 and fnr..)Jaundice< .nervousneis, bad a pretty; fair Idea of It. The strike had lasted'four day, with'all ':

IrrlUWUty\ ,; melatuloUaand, aHdcknsiis "To arrange to draw my monthly salary quiet around the mine, when Jose :SKIRTS: 'Pla.ited'frontand: ; sides. Colors.'Craam. i
\ due to disordered liver. Beuor." Favara rode up. It". early'hi'the'morning

It I Ia not a-etJi rtJcbut a gentle "For performing what ..rvlcetl'" and President'''Nervely was : ...and' Gray Plaids. :Best'qualities :of.ob&1r.; ("and J 8 :
eating a picnic breakfast; The outlaw
"For leaving your mine1 In peace. \
herbal liver inedldne which
ease '
Without Irritating.- "In other woI'487oo. mean to levy had thirty men with him and\ each end Novelty' suitings< used*:making neat;.;and, nobby : .,./i L
tribute on us?" every one bad a business look about
"The senor hit the nail on the headat bias "I suita that will give?; satisfaction to th lra ryaV-' ))1,

Price 23C at all Druggists.PROFESSIONAL the first blow. My term are S200 "When the senor i* quite'through, "
per month In cash. I-shall call for It with breakfast ,1 should like ,to' sue lug qualities and.their stylish appearance. "T1
myself. It accepted"you'will be under him' '''war 'the message sent, ,to ,the. I

my protection. If not"- magnate. .. .. ,_.. ... _.'.. J'f\
Ten-mnutes later he appeared and .",
CARDS. "lou will-make trouble for us' 8 .. .
''Th._' Senor Barnes hit the nail ordered the outlaw to go way' back and

_._ _., sit down. He was seised bound and
--- -------- againl I like to do business with anAmericano.
LAW ." carried!f'.mouC'the: 'mou talna. He,

Jose Favara"'was told that he would called'for help but there 'wa* no belp.. : \ ; ') il''
C G.. OllILLINGW'-'>lt'l'll have to wait a-few day until hi* proposition He yelled'"Polteer "Fire' !'"' and "Mur :B' R' WN: I"N'G' SRGS.

could be submitted to the president .. der?r' by 'turns, but: the"stagleft. be-, 1 I :.
'ATTORNEr'AND"CUUN8ELLOR and board of 'director in New bind numbered only five men. and they 'a .
York. He we. 'agreeable. H. went bad'no cartridges.An .. MEMBER .WEST: PALM./BEACH L'ft'DtE'' "'OUCFlCCERSWEST I 1 t: ;;
West Palm Beach, Fla. '
away bowleg and smiling; and Mr. hour later ;President Nervely,was ERCHANT8'ASSCX3IATION 'h
Barnes aat down and wrote a letter. *t> the outlaw' headquarter .Two ** !
Q.EO. O. CUItUIE The proposition was extortion pure hours later be had got over bluffing and PALM BEACH,. FUt It

Attorney and Counsellor-a.t-Law and simple.. The authorities could be was'Inditing a telegram to a-New/.York. .". _' '+* 4 V i. f '
to and would doubtless do banker: Thetelegram asked for. $10..
WKST.PAI.M: BEACH FLORIDA something.appealed Nevertheless fact remained 000. 'ne' money .W...torwarded to a, .. ,,, .. .. .. .--. .- ..-- .....-- .-- .. :

i that ,Jose wa a bigger, man town de "nated..'and a week, after the ...............+..........+.......*.................. Y
11PURANNING, i In that, district than the authorities. abduction It.was In,.the hand of Jose 1.i I. \

Law. Be could harry; and harass.. Be ,could Favara and President Nervely was*et. 'Our.Line: of Building Material : I :'j
Attorney and Counsellor-dt- care every peon out of the mine In tree within bait a mil of:the. mine< to S, >" ".
tonics over Ilaak. two weeks. He could capture every t find> 'nl-way':In. At the hour of-hi* arrival :

WEST PALM BEACH., FLA | mule and driver engaged in transport- the.strike wee called off.'Didn't Is Complete In Every: Detail, >!; .n 4J
I ing the ore over the mountain Hecould '' Itellj-ou what. the man could : ; I

MBDIGr1 LAND SURGICAL do' lot of thing\ to make--the-sit. do";.asked the.superintendent. the .
,We are making specialty of all kinds of CrateCMaterial: and
nation unpleasant and the supertotendent'recommendeCtat president came staggering In.'Yes '
a monthly ". but I thought he coalbe'bluff are prepared to serve yon with. Crate and BoxMaterial: for ,\ :'

ill.TTt1.: : HOODM., D, salary.be paid..Lie added that $20O per ed.:: .He.baa ,taken 10,000
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON month wa dog cheap.The'president'and We must fix It some.'way. to charge it, ..t3rAlao a f1&l1ll1le of wrap ; c :

3fflf' over Potter'* blcyela store WEST his'board' looked up to-macQluery.or::. repairs." r .
PALM DEACII. BenUlvnco near Jloyalfolnclaua upon it a* a rather funny a*, but followed ,. :EAST'COAST i 1. IJ
Hotel PALM BEACH 12-1 the advice of Mr. Barnea :From Bath.. ..d.A .._. -0__... I 'LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO.I'.J, s3 J 'f.

,r. that time on for tw*;year Jose Favara ."Tou can learn a thl"-or two about'

Tl ,B. POTTEU. MD.2898' ., regularly appeared on the 10th of each fruit," said, the ferelgu, fruit -store WEST PALM BEACH' FLORIDA I ,

FLA. month i and received his ialary.T clerk:, "by living .In', .-mutry that QNNNN/p...............................NNN.i A ''va01"I1PINJt hAYEShtII.LIONS.RINIC.' : :
EACt would
WEST PALM $ Twice during that time the peon produce .it., The natives ''generally .
.. have Itruek for .higher wage had be know beet how.. to preserve" and.keep it .
DENTAL CIT'Y' ,It also *rit s a check ihat piya that
not appeased and threatened them fresh. Persona Bordering frnlt for MEAT :MARKET t
with bile"vengeance., A Mexican lawyer steam parties often wonder'Wby: our T.: A. fBASTUR+ .( Proprietor. bill of-yonrs; 4 ; '
DR.K.H.OMACY 1Ht..T.N.NEWUAN discovered: what he thought was a flaw orange look so fresh, and' ,bright. They Florida-n4d, Western .Meats""Poaltqt.' ,Oame.andEgg". You.may-want .endraranayatdld" '

Drs. MACr&''NEWMAN in the .title of the NeW" .'I'ork..aD4' are willing to pay.a good price Just forth Mail Order Receive. Careful Attention tance for;"*rlous purposes. Ttt "drop ',' r

DENT/a18 would have made cost and trouble bad tempting.tooka of.,the.fruit'' Well, Joffor&on Block 'WEST. PALM, BEACH of J1J1t. and. ,'
i r .
Jose sent 'lm 'word that he was AkitBliAo Ji -
not J w bath them andmarnage them Jnta k ."".- :,
Office In Jefferson Block after hi-scalp. :It wu conceded that tile Chtn_ del ttutfa why. I have at one bank< .i et the'check'u': 'een
WEST PALM BHACH FLORIDA the outlaw earned his wage.
lived In.tli* Celestial;Kingdom and got pas current. .
Thing i were going'oa'estlefactocUywhen some,valuable lemon rom: >oar almond -
Yoar check like: one bfeX. paa*** it*
,, the old 'pcllJlJ4eAt..4\eI1..an4.Kr.\ eyed" cousins. On a first >e..tas* orange G. ''G.Stro'hm'Comparo': (
TT>ll..a.: B.' 'LIDDY Nervely was elected lu his place. While plantation in China.-when harvest tim the "clearmz ,Fhouse;rid ... stanwed
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Dentist the dividend were-iarge" Mr.'Nervelywanted comes, bamboo-.vessels filled'with w- 1 i d I
increase ,them. H**.aw" away it will help ia suss"7; = '
to you ways:
ffloo, Fiml dcx '"we..-of Dado" Cootuy. etak tet'beld .under the crane.-trees;
v'Baek' .' to do it by lopping off and cutting 41tieyoaopene.t g-dttvlugi'fbtdgdt l
and a*-'the"fruit fall from the branch :I RlIMILY'GR )eSRIES' :
WK3T* PALM Jn A(1E( .r4OffAGT down. A cat of 10 per eent'was madein lt-go*&>lnto>the water And gete'a-' good yet! ..W* F'7,4 'U.d1at.OII inch aoCHRISTHAS .. ;;,

wage' and salaries, and the (200 per bath: -An. orange'not.treated.this way conch, ;

month to Jose Favara was cut; off "nHrely. lose. its oil.frocn. baring been sudden, Fancy Food: I Products AIIB'"' edUMY! s1itK1AHI

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O. HASLEHDRSf ft SON l\cllt tiff, and it aoob begins to grow
When Mr., Barnes .wrote.that brown and cbrlveL-Tb a Chinese! coollea I : .' ;wtd7lllrn'ti: lYlria %. ;'.
... trouble, he wa directed -
and Builders *'woulc1 bring- brush the .rang.. to open the pore of .Grain and''Provisions.
!Contractors When
to arm bl.I stair and fight. ; I'
e. .k1D-'u4'Jet.the; : air to.: !Ibis et (
be asked for;rifles a dOUA, W4 con :
the dust all out and help. to '
P. o. BOX.304Geo.S.Ha'cker&Son preserve
.Springfield'mtwltet.wet.were nest STROHPIT BLOCK ,
them. 'California people-learned the ,
but not,' a single. cartridge., B* :
him trtck': frem 'the I Mongolian farmer ,. '

'wrote the for president cartridge: would but wa soon answeredthat take Strip there."-N..w'York Press. 'West Palm, Beach, Florida HhJJfOAY[

toaMexico': his private car andwould -*.*. ......... j
visit: the mm* aud'glv further tiHer; *'* a man,".said the defendant
\ Mr.,.,Nervety S?
Instructions ,pen eouneelj with a..tremulous Tolco.; 'lier. J' -VIASoll1hern ,
had been known !u-trade aa a bustler.A .
I* man kM>dl *pped at the very be. ,
president of a:\Jvel.-mm.\ h* deter"mined. r -
ginning of kit Uk"'?From the'tim b*
hummer. :
to be a ,
lay(a helplos infant in th cradletathis I
Jose :Favara called, aa usuaU on'th* "rRaiIwIJ
day,'"be"Ie' tits ..Ip.*.* under ,
10th of a certain month to be told that tb*!'pressure of years aM-affliction, be West :Palm 13eaeb t ,1.( 71
his salary war' ntx.Ha;> bad beMn.dla-, .! '
F has labored under the nam. of Immael4mlDaba4 .
charged. Me.: Barn entered.lnt.particular P ,
Hke4 *l. rHe '
with him even the arrival to stating of the the ; --was.about to-say nor -when th* T1'apsf! t'( ,.Gotnparir .of Sale: Ticket .U'' ry
date of ,
probable plaintiff ATM,from) her eat: and shook .bld1'Dect i :;
: 2'i. '
of YYY".YLL4. president, Jos iwaavjmpaeslv. and .. .Iawna .to -4> .L.1.'AalleheV I) ,. 2 ; 4;
a work wont forefinger in his dh eetbce.
imperturbable ''B..mlle4 th. warn *"I :trpeted\ .I' .was', gota" 'to-' hear, ,B.-: F..OABTXtEl :Manager'I : 25.-S00 aDd'2U':.ndl .:!:tI07': {
MANUFACTURERS OP old, smile and bowed the earn old etrangr'tbinga' .
ia this 'she
court cried. FJnall Umlt:' Ail> ;Uck.t. limited -
bow H* knew h*< had earned his with rhtUllBdlgnatIon: ,'-'"but INdldn't ; 'Stables andYardtf;; Banyatt(;Street,'N4oi* PolnBdtta1 iwi. "'T.7s4Zftr I
7i; '
he ,. 1
Doors; Sash, money, but If he' felt sore gave DO expect to bM such f*.Uaft talk a* 1I.U'J'hen'.b ;
sign of It.> H went away' saying that ea a -day In-hi*"life .,A' .: bi from' JackaomrnU'iUf.bIJ: +'

Blinds'MouldingsI. he might: call again and thing' wanton : that:Amtnabad'e ored-.iaor.thoupt .- ..,- id to Cinclna.tUto'AUantat iIAldaF41dI1ii' ti
usual for three week, & 1"1 "
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ef.laboctn' XH/.\ most shiftless,
-I.-i ii AND--i Then President Nervely'arrived.,
,:Building: Material, ..waa twenty: mile over to the railroad ,But aha resumed" her Mat.,,owlnc to: '... .. .. )Q The :05.a. m, and.7:58tr.bs' p.m. %
and Iw-Ud to make this distance on '. -.- "
a.sudden'preasur front' BerJrtatlve* .. '
.. froraolid JwLe.flld
':: CHARLESTON"S, C.tIBB"Largest the backVoC a burro, but he mad It Intia.&Iad'tb.'eo; ,_J. -1ttt1. -- -, .. ,! pl
arrived at the mm. at 8 o'clock In < : to,;,Wash!jf gtop f.D. C.f 8aI'\ "
euahed, went OR In a omewhat .dig :' l'JJa transjel'recLand kinds DT fi'
.: Factory,South.i the afternoon. At 6 the peon came up ant..strain.. vp ..gggage. of j\ tying through ..-le p *,.tOl.N.w 3 r
: tbert shaft and announced that p -i t, tni '
\ ,, Send fob PricesFQWL1R from Y h4''j
i there wa' a strike on. There were ,uses>>/e..:....,., .r. ..... < '
400 of them. Next morning ;Jose Fairarav DldyoQ ever atop-to eonaldeo\Us*fact .( j) i&tyUsTvifaAle&an&tbu&sea'' meet all trains. ort.'h

'w" : appeared _
: hi* salary was to be restored. -- never, .**.,)Mt.aId..of.the. moon J '
President Nervely., flattered himself and. to'Inquire the reasoned why.such> : : ton; brdldln,4.o>'a Banyah'Street! ,,nearPoinsetta\ ,,. For' further. IntorowtJottDate .aJLaa.- w ,

that b* was fighter.-' It not an actual shoald be the case! The upl'aa.aUoa1Ia'tblat ; :land wo shall be pleased; to '1.O"vtJyo-w call and'ser' ";" ----.r-.w f.= < good bluffer: Ha Th moon..makes CIIM n.ohltlos' -
fighter, then!he wa a j ..* ,
6AS'ENDINE,REPAiRS A SPECIALTY had been bluffing for thirty years and *n.a 9te! 1* this s.m period ot tint > hoi tt!.. -i I "' ..FreemanI a}
tU KIND 0/LATHE and SHAPE WORK, had tbs art down pM. The ,miner which she consumes In rerehrtna seer I ...;,. i .' "I\!,
I ., /" might *trtk*, and b.banged to'tJww. aroundvlh*.,,* rth.. n_.the came gee-. :.n. +.r 1 t,' .}.:Lrl'Ii';! ,
QAV$ ENGINE. SUPPWES$ ,, .They might be oat for a week, bat they rrapbksl.4egkne.of th* BBOOO are. aV 'er .. .ft' I.... '" ..', '......" ... ...... .n4. '
,- r r l iob 'W'it.a1'at. tdiue111t; ; ; J,
\ would then be tumbling Ovell each otl. way toward.uw; ,One erplsa*tlon\new- m .

., .,.", FOR.. .,t' SALE'4T ',' ,' er was to an get antlawt back.. As a blackmailer for Jose Favara.; aw .axtprtloner h*:- ally not bekout call for of smother.place to.. Therefore remarkthaUth it nay"* :; ', f M r 'Pba'. ..M.a M .. _. .. .'h.. .. h-_ ,.,..(. ,JiIl.

"y : ;, ; :, hotild h astronomer believe that the two motions _..' trAMON iTO 'AN. ". "j' "
Not another tent s i 'i ; k1 s
,< Prot. :, ; ? "Aratr'trami.th.treaax, ; di It *.:W4 .eo',n.*,lj<..carUclde.,.bcBttM| bargee. I1on..btc' i..Ij\ ;sited Staloi.;". .'Palt.,' Ph 1'b' h :,[ HA P 'tiJj't i.,e'. '

' \ ...;i;( '. llttl* 411ft" aglpt the pates sa4Mrthslaw moonla.rnot a trueglebe.the earth'sraduaaeetba.lug aithnileie., : Altpotgrohn: pul'r I.IIIi.FMDMrIlWf!: .k'.;t IJ f "Z"'l g r
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'l ., Witt's', ...........,. ...... ".,"I j.. w*.ld-'be invoked and world In the days when' tt.WMBqnid '.u* $' "10MyaeEAcH:; ,=':fo-. :'-t i :;, .' ,west. PalryBeacli; ''fJ'.lt! ; ;;. PaW' ,I' 't""tt '- .... :1.'.

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Amazed and ilelighteO with his name. uJla.l ti.a w.. ,." : '.. ,,'" .
gad. tHctw on rhri-'ttoUte.' ) !! Saute: Wa,

with many a user of this Reniitoel AN UNALLOYED A Critic Your Lady I Friends Are Clothes-Critu,
good brand-a*.*U.fi cl consumer., Our, ROMANCE Merciless ** "* iex t.'i
wla.x snd llluura"1r11' *M froayy:,';selected
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stock; !pSre and harmlfeia .inountsi .
dew. This ""store 'bai1' Hpeuf'soine time OrUlnaJ.J J f tOrlirlnul.JVhou

and money to Rain experience In bui. The popular understanding of the ;,\ lovo anil marriage wcrtJ''spoken[ ., :

*'*lost) ;wines' >ap the1 sndjiquo"benefit.\ and California our ?nstotaers'r !and, word l,ocnnuct. I U'tt fi !Utlods!!! St6rVf Tile ttt' between QlO end IleiUrtvtilttlescy' ; ; : -. .., I
>ud I Imported wio: Flne'stes. Vi'Jlt converse: Is trUe Roraaicf l ia]&\ oino- I' told him tbat.l was\ : in love with my I 1 ( .. .

tour store std'enjoy: ] Us p'ensntit 'sur thing, real, though It Wily be.,,.I'Yt Into l Art and should never marry unless", ka.

uu.tOgs: {' ;} -. effective! shapetiy story wrltt.r.,''j'u.t nil sorn map Inspired uie with a grand \

,I W :t a luudacape is reproduced by the arttit passion..
"" I'r..icorgo Z a" f'',"" >: There' are nry'few romnd: ifi'lJm? "Or foul you into lovlug lilm.

need to be added to or subtracted 1'rOm "What do you mean. by that?"

e mfnoZe ..JJote ]jZaot that1 they may'hn ress.thoso.'wbIY' beat t"t have uo fai
tbem, because the? are usually mIn. Give me jog trot love that starts

... gled with tile commonplace: Occasionally slowly, but (goes right along/ at a
-" r we' hear of one'1 +tewblch) tb#:' ro- steady guit.
mauticfeatures are! so 'perfect, Boiun. '
:; ; ."Nona of your. Jog trot love for me, '
that the bo
-ij alloyed, story may given thank you." 1
exactly. It occurred. Here Is one recorded :.,
: In at least two histories of the "'Oh. you don't need nay \kind of love I "

.American Devolution. It la a nugget'o sine you are so devoted to plastering 'ors"
-J S pura romance! : paint on canvas. Perhaps you may be "i ' sanitary feature igtPe' t
The bitterness existing between Whlj disappointed! In having to be a jog; trot I I'r' 'I

, and Tory during the war for ludependence artist. 4 ash off and keep clean 1
I was equaled in America only; by f'You mean tbht 1 have no'talent"I lr T.

that between the Unionist and secesalouhit replied, flushing. "You are Brutally. .
Z4 during the .olyll l war. Ju,, the frank to any so." .,
Curolinast this rancor was especially' "Would you want ma to Injure ;you ,

: : J291fl. marked; W "*17T8. Martin' MCQarry, by; misleading ;you?" women are. When you'ro In- their aocietyyourpersona, l I
twenty-two :years old, who owned i a "No one Can predictwtiat one will do MOST &comes under close scrutiny.)/ Therefore attire you -
cy yot farm on the Catawba river, married, tn ,any profession 1 t think critics pelt beyond reproach by having your wardrobe) made to your own
Betty Crawford, a niece of Andrew should, ) confine Uwropelves: :! to ,calllurf measures! and special order by" I
Jackson afterward the hero of New our attention to detects In our works." '
Orleans and president of the United .."''Wei), then, your coloring In that "' (9t tes. MpQarry Ws(( a Whig and wa woor'Y"What p admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothesto
; order for men thousands of miles away' has attained a degree of
Y especially tat 4 by tae< Tftres. After
I never before dreamed of. In a few days from the time
'9WJ) ba| warrlUKe be joined the command O t :4'111ere," you select the cloth and the style you wish, your suit or overcoat ia
', 4 4e General Buinter. In the spring -of .t'That Isn't a wood. if* Sky" /tack from Taylor-on your back ,, .
J780 the British. Colonel Torleton, with| ) 'TTou don't mean It." .
: tOO of his own troops", and as many 5"Any other defects?" TAYLOR GUARANTEES) ? ALL HIS TAILORING 'I 1

Tory priounted rlfi mea, swept down ''The haystack on tho right""You IVe show aamplya and ,faki measure .'
pn the settlement where the McQarryllyed mean Ute cascade" ,. .. .
tt I Is attacked Colonel Puford's (CpntUuentals '"Wrong again," ,' "

and tnUltla. and defeated!. and J: did not dare to speak? Team were INS LINE GENTS' FURNISHINGS: ,

Four Sailings Each Week Between massacred! them, giving no quarter struggling Into'my eyes and I needed
4 Boon after this raid a new light all my; attention to keep them back I '
'q JACKSONVILLE' NEW YORK phone-in tbe McOarry cabin, emauatlng Besides, I knew my voice would tremble I. GoRno1'1 .' :

from tbe tiny; person pf a. newborn # *
Smelt Ch.rIeaton, B.C., both _y a. babe. The father, being notified determined I'
BEBTICJ& po; pad. tWCOlsl< >*\lion to take bin flerchant Tailor West.Palm Beach. Fla
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IS TBa COASTWISE ) 'to make a flying. visit_ to his departure.! : As. soon as ha was gone I .

S NEW ENGIAND SOUTIIEBN ''LNEM '.wife' and'.tbe.child that bad come tohintIn'bis'absence cried for awhile, then auger came and S Il I \ ,' ,''"".} .
; CLYDE ,, ," ,\ .., .fIJ, It'was' a danger-! J vowed I In ,.. .
> would\ sucpeed\ spite --------------------- ---;-- -
,1 ? (. .*.. Sprct8.rrlc: *Jlet AND_PROVIDENCE, r t fit''. pus tbing to do, for Tarleton's raid ban ,him I! I had been putting on the finishing ,.--- --_..
JACKSONVILLE: BOSTONr given the'Wblge control of the settlement .'
touches to the he was
f 'T" ,! .AND.ALI ASTERN POINTS. and If McGarry were caught by picture ,, .
C i ? '. orltlclHlng, and It was practically finished -
'"" i,.'.. '.. '. 'Catalog".IIUn.WEEKLY ae C*.r ton BA1LINQH.both -,.; ." them be would be murdered, probablybanged. ; I laid It away In a cornet and 9accJ' :Xunzo. : ;
But bis love for his wife and ; .. ,.;
i fiouthbound FromLewle', WharffBostoFrom went to work on another, ;;
'Jacksonvlll.Between his'de8tre to see and. hold In his arms ,]A. few"days inter dealer into
Northbound foot of Catherine Street; came
k the little etranger bit of Innocencethat 'I;>ain gaper Ranging Graining: aztishing -
LINE my studio and asked If I had any'plotares ng, ;;
RIVET have. ome-rto..abaiqe 1
'L-CLYDE..8TJOH1 : seemed to
F' to sell
cheap showed him sev 'QZazng' ,
...JackBon villa.and ,3axford... mono wpo ,wore,, murdering\ pn.e! !another eral practice pieces, but be did not : .]laZsominln'iral''d' ; :

tj ... Btoiptea at Palatka, Astor, Bereeterd (DeLana) and + .* prevailed and between lie made husband the trip.and want tbem: Seeing the picture that Will work'In country or city Pull, line latest Sample Books to Delect! from
Of the meeting
'f'., ? '" Ni% WsmafllaU. taadlnga on the St. Johns Slier had been so unmercifully criticised be :LOWEST PRICES I
f. L ''J wire! and tIe: introduction: ot the .fatherto offered-me what t would; even. before All Work l Plrt Class ;iM. t...V. Your Orders >t
: .ix Stj&rsa .':CIT' Of jAC"xi NVILLE" and "FltED. K.'DeBARY"" hIs child history' la silent' Ba the criticism, have regarded a fair i a"ara"t"4 I Schr.Irnlcko., toh
features that the '
there are ft a story
: price for It" and I sold It to him. When :
...Artr"q..lla.. \ follows; Le1' .v.JfI1'Vm daiif; cept Saturday a, skillful story ..teller"prefers to leave to he paid for It the next day be offered : fa-; West: palm ]eao1l..
$&tat ',Retnruiog .leave I Sa n forddaily except: Suuday st 9:30.: a. m. the reader's fancy/and this romance me a check that he had himself secu, I
fo.t. 'I IObMUI':':, lII'orthbo'1:1 does not suffer by the absence of an ed for It,, asking me to give him his I
: ",,,:{ &tad .p attempt to give what no artist can
r {"t.. ;""'" ........ ..rt fK80lII'VIr.r.I:.. ... .!'I.' ...!...........Arrlv.lae.msat. ;, While the tit- commission In cash since he bad acted .-
..._.1" .:'l-,.J..ro...p..UTa. ..................... ..... .......LCVC I DO pm paint ereept'elumeily. aa a broker. I counted out,the commission -or ,
." "4 e. ................ qr.................. ASTOKn.... ................. .... ...... .. '810 P" tie family were together the Tories took the check and was about '-, ... If--
.9 .... .y....; .........q.EZfgBf'oaD> (DII.AND).._ ......... ... oopm got wind of McGarry'ci visit and were I td stuff it In my pocketbook when the
ti A s. ..... ........:,..:..... ......SANPORO .................. ... ........ '''.10 organising force *Ql/ to his cabli : name of its drawer canght my; eye It 'SR0S.
.' .O' .............................;...........ENTERPkIgF..a.. ...:.......;....n,J ". 101l0m .and capture or It 1)1) him &ttbo, : dead was. Herbert Whlttlesey. FABER, ,

1 General' Pqasenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonvlllr. : of night they surrounded the place 'My first Impulse ,was t<*'tall back the
and demanded the surrender of the
broker and cancel the sale, but It occurred SELLr ONLY THE PURESTGReeSRIES'
G ; ',r. tR31.II< .COO Jr. Ol LUVKL4eapt
,preghiA.t Foot of. *Hocaa Street JMUUKmTllle, Florid '; who was taking care of tbe mother 10 right-Indeed, no abilityto; do so. J iI MERTS
A 1 A.O. IIAOXRTY, G.n1 X_'.. H.... An.,Maw Yon k.""CLYDK M1LNE'd'en't!: 1 Fr't (a.'N..TVRBU who had: 'been confined' 'outhree) ,:was Indignant that Herbert Whlttlesey;

1' : O. BQEK.Vic Pr.tl 1 nrincl Generlil tinnntrerQ weeks brfore'Iund the' newborn child should have soothed my; wounded tee).'
.D. rkl UBiaok.1'ierSB,,JI.'h Jlivw. )New York Ursuoh,fee" Iiroadwtr.A '. went to" the. door'and.a,.; 8ured the Inga wit/his charlty-; or that's what I ZAPF BLOCK, OPPOSITE FERRY,

t .. Tories that her young masterwas, not: considered It-and bad he, come In to
-"""" ._----" there She was not believed :Tbe my; studio at the time I should have '
house was searched from top to bottom given! him,a "piece of my mind.". But .11 Post Card Wilt Bring Our Order"Man'to, :Your

cut: uioy' ala'1I01: Dna Mcusrryl; alter awhile my feelings with regardto Door. GivelUsa'Trial.We -
Atlantic, Coast Line An hour before' he' had taken, his departure the ;matter changed Was be nottreBttn8' .

and was well o'n his way to me kindly; in telling me the' I sell J. F.Fox's. Shoes forlnfants; -Soft Soles I
Sumter' command thirty' miles away truth as to my lack of. talent and buyIng -

When satisfied that he was not at bowl< my daub? For the first time I real- """" ----- .II
/ r.rz rJ a.qoogaflla/! .VJrsi ia' the Tories helped themselves., to food bed that I loved him, -- i
i il amb I and drink and departed. 'From the time' bit mistook my sky .,- .. ..........
l { (Carolina ,- r ;:South, (Carolina, It was no time for this woman to for a wood and my cascade for a hay
have men In her house searching/ for stack I was doomed to failure. I paint

hers husband to kUl:him.- The ,next ed on bravely; but, as an artist I bad C. A. WOODRUFFDealer i
day, Mrs. McGarry died from received death. .
7 The Great Highw y'of,Traver FromridaMEast.tWest spasms my wound. One morn
1 brought on by the Inhuman treatment lug be came into my studio when I was 19
I North.So and her babe did not survive her twen completely dlscouragecUand suggestedI'glve

Y I S t llfaaIoi w r t ty-four'hours. up .art and marry him., I 'was Groceries Hay, Grain and Feed, Hardware: ,
Taking a double barreled 'gun, one a.'good ;ideal astonished, but perfectly
barrel of,which Was; a.long range\ rifle, willing' to. acknowledge. .myself a, fall- GranUe.Kltchen Ware Crocherva.Jugs .

-- .-. .. .( the other a smoothbore for buckshot : are and take up. the .more,humdrum and Harness : "
"To The.East, The .Famous at close quarters the bereaved hus I role of wife.
J : band/and father, left Sumter's army' When t received the congratulations FULL LINE. L.ATEST.FISHING': 'TACKLEMape's :

' orida and e DQa : Indian: ]iimitea and set out on a hunt tot, Tories. If pt> my" friends they; were but congratulations -
: be met one alone he would 'give him In name for every one, said:. Fertilizers. Sanders FertillerCompanys' ,
I : : some chance; tor hla life;.lf be met several "What a pity A genius la spoiled." Fertilizers

:18''n.: ( : } together he waited till they had :'Decelvers.," I.. ,1111d. .Ton. would ,

." separated,.then ;waJlald.them.A., ,t&e h\*wn.m..to,a.life*of failure,, It Is the Coors er poiijsetta] aid Ba9ya9 streets '
war went on the number of Tories'.heshot man:,whom. I am to marry who bat
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ran higher till, when peace. came, won my love by,telling me the truth! .?:

: 1To Th .West' ... ',;"' '. at least twenty of .them .had expiatedthe I think,that.,,OD'hearing/ this .most of -r-- .. '. l" _,
S:1 ,r' '7+ a' kIis crime of the Indirect murder of them were ,convinced that they hud . }
r : : 'V txigomorouto a : and tAo ,I iJI woman and a newborn babe., been mistaken, for my lover was considered I, .- ,

..... .-., ._" 'Wheu the end of the'war put a stopto one of the best of art critics., : ; :
this''punishment" bereaved maa i In due time wo were married.. Herbert '
I ; -.qZ'fi: ar win ;:!ItZant; could not, go back to his desolate farm. fitted up' a house indeed Joined ONLY NINETEEN CENTS.' CO1NPLrETE

1 I .h,., ...n ',wt' .' ., He sold} It and ,,taking/ bis'negroes}; him In selecting Ita decoration and OIL

r, Pullman/Cars.And''Through' Coaches On.:All J "''Trains, i went to' Tennessee, 'where be took op returning from our wedding trip we
'" land and cleared a plantation' went to live there. Oa- entering/ the
Loves may endure week., ;y earn'or ''lIvlnlil',room. I saw:, something hangingon \ / 8L.iJijt-]-;. .-.
1 fIt for a lifetime. McQarry'a wan for his the wail that bad.not; been there at
> \\Jltlantio Coast'' Line: mileage books good, to all whole existence Had, he married ,the. time, of our,departure something/ White En llteled1.Fllted CiiJrtain "

i 'I pointsvia all'trains as far east as Washington again.'thoaeh: It might have been better that made me start.It was the picture Pole, complete with h.a.1..9' bracket>

r and as la.7f..e8t'JtL".s St. Louis, Cincinnati and JYew for him to do so, tea romance of that Herbert had 90 unmercifully: crltclaed and frosted knobs, .cis'illustated, '
)X* t : : his story would not be virgin pure. 1 then bought: -, each "
,, r:'!eansi.rats. "'iI'U I But he did apt marry. No woman: no "'Take that thing do'wn." I said to price' :19o, ,;

''yG : CONSULT TH8'PURPLB FOLDER child ever stood .In the same relationto him with hot cheeks. ; ---0----- --:- ,-: '.- _---;-: .
M t I : him as those he left in his cabin on "Thing If. a gem.": ., -t.'v" .. ;. '.
? For' ull and detailed that night in May, 1780 never to ."'I t.1'l"!." ": I
v j information regarding see "What do you mean? "/' '
I i .
s' + nzte8, Pullman reservation, schedules, call. onSc again on earth. One year a husband' "'I mean that .wanted a woman for .....\"j. ,," .t'\.a'... ,
your nearest ticket agent or write three weeks a tether- he spent tbe my; wife. She was la love with her art '.. ,r .I"NS. "'" .
Sc years from twentyt; tee' to seventy ... < / Ifti J .'
' U she bad not i been born to that;art .,,''iI'
't "
', r O. BOYLSTON. w.D. ITARH., alone. Yet was be alone) There are her .. '
v 'f'. >>..,rI..y_..........& Tr...r.....Anne those who can continue a bodily companionship Infatuation would not have troubled : ?
: [ Jaekaon.llt."Ili. > me. JU It was, I saw'that either : ., : ... ,. ".:.::..; t ,: .
In spiritual one, and may .... 1 ..
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t must till kr love for her art or It ", I I \- ''1 "j.. ,T'SFIG'IF.L3i1CKETv'.: I."" fit\; "
""" ,.. ,. .\ -- : ._ :'e not Martin McOarry during, the half _would kill her love for me." "ALL STEEL ; '
., twa ... .. .., .., ..... century he lived alone have felt a-eple. .. ;'; i 5
"" t t..t. I stood stock still In astonishment. .". >; .. .... ,..... .... .. ,< .
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.. .. ',' n tual communion that was not .con "And :yon have fooledme Into > .... .
lovingyon. 1: '
,1. veyed by the ael1lles" .'! .". 10 x'12,price, per pair, I. '; -. ICo -
When the war of 1813 came on MoOarry .- .
f "If you choose to call It so. 7x9 / ;
{ was ftft; -aix: : years old, but be I ,
,NOTICE: among' the "Herbert,;you are deceiving! me. That 'x.7" II }
was first to volunteer. He picture Sa'a daub." 12Od.la\
stood In the front rack at tbe battle of
When needing GASOLINE or IEROSEHJ bang out your'earde on; caD He went to a secretary; and took out '"
New OI'I.a_-.,under the command! of ,We are after Your Furniture:. 'Business
rnd.lragon.wil1'ktopatyour door time ( .. a batch of letter and banded them to ;
,any ,0 ,placeJ.menttoned My ,i the famous general woo so often told
me. They'were offers
for 'the
.motto Jar1 bis story H? died at the age of throe- picture '
.. If' from dealer, some of them'
being four
Promutness---. ;; Courtesy andpoUt;; enesa'I' ; .! i, (' score but that year the and wife ten and and child who who,can,left say time. as' much.. ,as''ha: bad paid me HcGiNLEY BROTHERS: COMf'Y.In.Theirew. '

I'I '. tl,: GlrV m. A' trial and 'yon will find me: (itUcfactqryWS him.'one on the very threshold of life, I for It.> *,

II I' ;;!'mV : mm': ''GlMlNE4NiD. OIL DELIYEBY'k ,. development areete4.him, than having be attained tad reached a higher dui ,i 'hare:fte[I had'threwmrvarms'sround won-the last<< bit of my bis heart.aleck "+, ..,' Store,TOI7.1:Oppbdtte, : : ;iMasonlc; -\. .

I lag the lone of their separation. was no more to'wlD..ADd; yet- ,. .. ... ..5t3.. ._.. ,k;.
-II_.** KARL'KE year ,! be :, .. ,,' ;;' ..M".r. ;
)j' \ had fooled '
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Church Services. Tomorrow. Mrs. H. E. Briggs. \ fs entertaining hey Annual Stockholders' Meeting.The .,
: Is worth doing well If
worth doing -- mother and brothel;, 'Mrs.: A. J. Davis; OPJSJVS DEC. 1st, 1906 ,
::1, wish! to ba cured ot Rheumatism ,
you CONGREGATIONAL.:: and Joe Davis of Cocoa, who will remain annual meeting of l tbe Stockholders The .Virginia ::, .,.
use Baltard'8 Snow Liniment and you of the Builders Company will wry-
'jn the city two or three weeks Supply fj
will be "w n cured?; A positive\ curl Sunday school 10 a. m. ba held st tbe
i for Sprains. Neuralgia"" Bruises, Contracted Preaching service 11 a. m. and 7:15 Dr. J. B. Miller, the well known dentist ray Florida, at three o'clock p m.?, on Hot and Cold Bath Electric '
p. m. Ii preparing to open dental parlocs Monday, January 1410, 1907. \
". 'Muscles and all the ills that on the E*st Side for the season. J$.4w F. E. FEN O. Secretary Large Cool Rooms and cuisine the very bmt. Rate |a per day special Rates by '.
flesh Is heir to. A. O.M. Williams, Junior Endeavor Society, f.yo: p. at. the week Or month, Carriage.. run In connection with house to and from trains.

Navasota, Texas, writes': Senior Endeavor Society 6:30: p. m. Sheriff John Frohock came up from Annual Stockholders' Meeting. MRM. A. L. MAUOM F>roprlt .a> :

,f "I have used Snow UnlmtMtt for Wednesday 7:15 p. m. Conference I Miami yesterday morning and returned Now

sprained ankle and it gave the best meeting: Topic"Religion, Spurious last night/ carrying beck to the county The annual of the Stockholders OPEN
and ( _
Genuine .
J1" of satisfaction. I always keep It In Chapter 8. l jail a' prisoner aent up from tbe localjustice's ot tbe Planters Packing & Preserving 51)8 Pal fT5\
Saturday 7:30: p m Choir practice.Rev .
Sold court. Company will be held at the Company'sOffice On
the house. by A, G. Riegel. Fronting Lake Worth
.. Edwin! A. Waldo Acting Pastor. at Delray, Florida;at seven o'clockp.
-- ---- -- --'- Two well kvovn winter visitors wSo
m., on Monday, January 7th, 1907. Large home like hotel well appointed and beautifully located, giving the com
METHODIST have rind: to spend soother season la 75,4w F. E. FENNO, Secretaiy, fort. without the cost of the more extensive ones. Situated on Lake Worth oppo.
West'Pal Beacb," are |iltr. and Mrs. Con site\ Royal Poinclana Hotel. White waitresses, electric bells. Good fishing, hunt. f
Sunday school loa, m. lug, boating. !Rates f:2.50 and f3 per day, special rates bv the week
of Annual Stockholder
Ocean Grove
liar, N. Meeting
P J. They are ; TUB AUMH. W_t F>olm BmofaLia
Preaching seivlce .
it a m and 7:15: ,
!Il ut -
p0 guests' Briggs Cottage. r
p. m. meeting '
Mr. Frees and Mr. Widman,two prom. The annual the Stockholders LAKE WORTH
Epworth at ,
League 3:00: p su
I (neat business men of Detroit, Mich., of the Keystone Plantation Company PlazaOVERLOOKING
Prayer meeting at 7:15 p. m. every will be held! at the Company's office in
rl rlI Wednesday. ,' are guests at Brlgg's Cottage for few Delray, Florida, at three o'clock, pm", OPEN ALL THE YEAR
f iandanttllllutl haw. stood the tort for TheiratwolutoertaiBtr over go run, Rev. Henry. flee, Pastor. 'dl j,', having com down to spend the on Monday, January ?*h, 1907.

i < of RTmrtkthelr nncomnyoMly There will be a watch night service on holWiya, with 'their wives, wUo are at W. W. BLACKMBR, Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly Furnished Throughout. Ratesare 1
large of deMoiou vegetable and The Briggs! for the J5'4Vlc..PresldeDt.. most moderate consistent with. cleanliness under personal supervision ol
I//. i I beautiful flow amaka them the meet Monday night from eleven o'clock till season.! ; "."... "
1 I Mrs. E .A. Burkhardt
\TelUbl* cad the moat popular ever the New Year is ushered in. In- The ITgular meeting of the City council {:
where Sold trf mil deafen. 1901 (AH.are ;) O. Box
L IP aj8 Late of Atl.OteClty, N. J, '
i eeed Aa -! ifree on requwt.Ok vited to attend tbe service! ; will be bed next Tuesday |qigtet. Only Place In TownTo" i _n____ _
,r1 r m. FERRY a co., BAPTIST. This befog" the (firbt mettfag\ cf tke month ,RATES $::1.00 PER. DAY Cuisine Unexcelled a

j astnit. aka the regular monthly accounts'and aala- Get a Special by Week White Mountain Help
Preaching at ii a. m. and 7:30: p. m. des will be disposed or',ulJ there wily!', be

Sunday school lo a. m. other business/ of more or less Jmpor. '
FOR SALE Prayer every Earrmab {1opse
: at 7:30:meeting* .Wednesday. evening tance- t ,f

Miss Mention has arrived from Chicago ,
Jkiy piece here known "CERES" ,'' 95 Rev Samuel Gibson, Pastor. and'accepted. u' poeltloa .. ,tebugraphcr HILL BROS.srIOKER. Under management O.T. RYAN A CO.Also ,1
P"op". of Parkway Hotel Revere Beach, Mane All Modern ;
virllroad. Improvement
acre runs through ; fronts on BttTHESDA-BY THB-SBA with the Currie Investmeut Com. -

Loxabatcbee-river opposite railroad' statloil Divine services will be held in the pany. Mia*MershoB formerly' resided ParrishWeet 'i

."" she room'dwelling, two room packitog church of Bethesda-bythe.Sea on Sunday In West Palm"'3 .cb"and' baa a boat of poirjeetta Cotta e Mrs,
II house, both old; most of land clear morning at II o'clock. friends here who are pleased to have her Palm Neach l
ed five in fine condition '
; acrenpiaeapples return.
( Rev. J. N. Mulford rector. Florida
fertilized and good for 1.000 crates Sermon1 by the vicar, Rev Charles Mr. P. Marvin Pope who,,lias been
: n, *t season?f'prlce|3ooo. Will exchange Temple. spending the holidays "with relatives in Centrally located at Corner of Polncetta and Kvernia Streets. Rates $1.50 "

for West'Palm'Beach' '' ,or Miami'Improved Sunday school and :Bible Class in the tbe city, will leave tonigh/ his return Put Up In Two Sizes to f a.oo per day. $lo oo )per: week.Seminole ;,

property. afternoon at three o'clock' to Cleveland, Ohio, where he is taking.
Tomorrow morning the steambont course in law In the Western Reserve OP.EN ALL THE YEAR 'II
HAL P. HARDIN } Hotel t }
"Palm Beacb" will :begin:" her trips to the University. This is Mr. Pope's first visit e. Rates 2.00 and Up

JUPITER. FLA.. I IMcGmley Church of Bethesda,b..the-Se., leaving to Welt_ _Palm, Beach J In, over two years_ ,
this wharf of the Hotel Royal Poinciana and he !finds many improvements since I
A every Sunday morningai 10.30 preciselyand his last trip south GEO. ZAPF, Protrietor ''orI

returning, Immediately after service. Jimmle Evans, for /several years manager 11 Newly Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. Accommodations For 150 Guest t
Bros. Co.UNDERTAKERS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES; of tbe local office of the Western I
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Wes Union Telegraph Company, is now stationed I f

Palm Be.ch';

I !tc Temple, west of bank on Clematis In New York City, holding a goodposition' ;i weal of R. R.. "''i

in tbe operating department C.' F. .,
avenue. MRS. CROSBY: Proprietress .a
Sunday; services at 11:00.: m. Jimmie's many friends in West Palm Everything up-to-date. Table service unexcelled. RateloDly: 'IJ.oolperd.: LII, .

1 4OAND4, Sunday school at 10:00: a.m. Beach will be pleased tfl learn of bis con. I FINE FATHENS Weat Palm Beach, Fla. a
tinned advancement in' his chosen .
Testimonial experience meeting every. : pro ---- $
EMBALMERS Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. fession., TH :
I Subject for tomorrow "God." A'pleasant social event this week was, HOUSE .

i All are cordially Invited to attend a dance at Briggs Cottage Thursday eve r NOW OPEN '

these services., sing by Miss Cora Davis given complimentary Y
J'Parlor*. Oppoa/V! MctabnSc ,Temple, HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. several' of the ,yonr! lady's ,Tic UA"omeAway From Home iI"t i
friends, who are at home from '
college: '
The evening service next Sunday IB FOR XMAS
ul w.eoe i
to enjoy the holidays The spacious new :
church, BvernisFomsetta
Holy Trinity corner
dining room of The Brlggs was thrown Centrally located and near :
bpd 'atrecit...,.wlll-be conductedby "' '
N.GiJONES ;t f
open to the dancers and tbe evening' ''Ify'v' Lake Worth. Cool, airy I:).
,the Rev. Charles Temple,of Bethesda- l
r' rooms, best table
proved one of rare to the
,pleasure many h "
the Sea.
by service
Contractor arid Builder, Invited guests.The' FruitsFor
Sunday school 9:45 a. m' Fancy ,
Morning prayer ii o'clock. first meeting of the Board to
Building ot Dock and Bnathouses' a : County Commissioners for will beheld ,
EveoJ/jg, prayer 70 o'clock. 1907 Special Rate By The WeekF.
Specialty at Miami next that the Holidays. 1
Tuesday. At.
Holy Communion-First Sunday in V. SEAOLE ProprietorS
P.'O.'Box: time the new board elected last fall will
411. each month, 7 a. in. and ii a, m. Third '
? take the reins of the county government, e .
Snaday month,
a. m
Weat Palm Beat a. Fla. 7 -
Let as send box of Florida Fruitto
The boord !Is of the fol. r
new composed
Delray, St. PaDI's' -Second
-.o.. Cburh, your friend in tbe North.
Sunday In mentb;;10' a. ni.} fourth"Sun l lovrtBg-gentlemeis": dlatfi'ct- Mr Nothing nicer for m Holiday : :,n
Ii A. WILSON ::::
.," i day 7 p. m. McPherson of Stuart: second district. I present. Beggs Cottage
K NuuoTJaJluor I Dacia-Second Snndsy.1;p.m.; fourth Capt. GCO.I B. Baker. West Palm Beach' ; Packing and. snipping fruit is an ,t
art with .
third district, R. L.' Wall Ojusf fourth I n
Sunday, to a. m.JupiterFifth. '" ( .UNDER THE PINES" ? I.
Boots and Shoes Saadar, to a, m.; West dUirict( A* Lee Men- Miami; fifth district Hot and Cold Batha on every floor. Large, airy rooms;good wholesome cooking

+ti xBep4ring dpiter; fifth Sunday, 3:30. m. ,'R. 0' Tweedell, Cutler; The latter7is and very best service. Rates f a.oo: and$3 50 per day. Special rates by the week.
: In Ml Winds I of,.Leatker- ,- 9t i "',' .. the only member es* tale old board to *"Fresh Cakes Baked IHaly-Order tivernia:! street.one and one half blocks from the Lake.. No consumptives taken. {
Uoods JNeatly Hoe '.' hold 6ver, he bavin* beta re-cltcted J 1(91) your Christmas Cake MRS H.- E. BRIGGS, Proprietress "
..., - from! us.... s

Indian ,Tanned EttU1 1;) t, lr ttg.t: fCij jofCdOal nail: like_ j' Dade county j'j'metblat' SAT : NOW OPEN ?.

r ; ul Hor ehfd f 'Sho' lI I InterestMr. West ieache.inclodln' Faint, Beach*school the facvH/, went of to tie St. ;Lae (Worth,;Prodo 'e""' Ce. The_ Keystone' \. Datum,Center Street. of Tows near) ;\,

FOR TENDER l 7 1v )1., ;' .1 ,1 p + \lld lfttllltnld.it.d nhetaw* I Frasi Fray ud Produce txtlitf.l Recently Enlarged an i Renovated ,"

Olive St. North of New -Jefferson Bio and Mr...'c.'B. Crane, of Green anal faceting of the ,State Education)I -'
Att Ideal Family Hotel Good home cooking and welt-ventilated aleeping rooms.Hot IA
Dflly1l: Id
Bikers of Bread C to
NOTICH.la port., N. Y., have'arrlTed! at tbe L Plaza Ataodatlon, which convened la that city and Cold Baths, Electric Lights and modem Improvement. Rates 9a.oo per ;
tw spend the !' a8Ott,- .. **. ., yat.rday. and,win remain >!. session .. day,special tales by the,week M RS.' BEN J. COOK Prop., West Palm Beacb
, 'C *lIt, Judge's Court; iiooitc jfarlS. piano unit! ;),to iday.,"Dade county probably' ,
'dietloa Cade) :i State'Of Florida! FOR wSAL-Oae player and -
County, tarnishes >
) ; a Urfef delegation to>> the Afsfrclatiop I
; '
: cea"6f lnikleId< firat-laJw .:>rd r. ,
4 lu'the natter of tbe''Estate of) ; 30pl ; *: : rugNOW
Wan any1 other county! in the
PatfcoceP, 'Ward.':3eeessed.y Price 150.06.. Ck' M. NEWCOMB, State/ with'I the: possible"exception of OPEN

Notice hereby glVen that on the West gibe WaCh, Fla. |D ,.r c aa',.*; If' wilt be, remembered .t ,RUG 5 "THE: LAKE VIEW FRONTING ON LAKE WORTH

evijth day '.of JaDu.ry"A, ,,1). 1967,t Mt; ands Mr*.. Hdward'Scribn'' ?::of ,that county school( board very wleely I' ',,,,

I, eh1l'pre.entmy accoints for final act 1 Bridgeport;Conn.have arrived spend !: 'agreed;;td pay the epebor'all the '" '', o *v Just Opposite the Royal Poinciana Hotel. Gas, Hot and Cold Bath. Large, cool '\ ; fir,
I tlemedt and apply for ,itny dlscbsrfteasexetetrix another, season in the btt..t* City;:; ,
connty t'lCblrI.! whoj! j decided j.to attend! \ If Required, Holidaysor and Airy Rooms. .
: of the Batate. sad cf the 't>*. and ) .... 'G--. 'Wj; :ilailty, "ot Elizabeth tle'aitHOclation./ C.
Lilt Walt and Testament.if Patience ; !1. J.'are'aga'in"at: Briggs Cottage, ffM Other Days P. O Box 126 MRS. J. I

1 P. Ward, deceased, to the County nd will\ remain through: tire season.! THAT'S' T.II I I LAUTHER'I\\'I(

! Jndfge.! Miami. Dade County; Florida. FOR 'SALE:-On R Job ,Preuv, aize of Cough .yourself' Into* a.! fit"of spasms '

1 Dated;June 3oth Victoria, A. Dv Adelaide 1906.< Root. chase 7x11 Inches; with full let :of type and then wonder' why ;you.' don't get LUMBER. TreSHINGLES '; '1

Executrix: of tbe Last Will and Testament Ihd 1up tlee. Just the thing for a small well.. If ;you will only try bottle of The BOOKSTORE '
{ '
'f of Patience P. Ward, deceased.II. newspaper Price |
' Pierre Bran ning, COMB!West Palm Beach. Fla. will be a thing of the past It Is a positive WARDS' ST STATIONERY, correct for all -- -_ I.owst Prjcesr.-. 1 i' "

'f Attorney, for Eiecntrlv.. Mias Parham, who 'has been visiting: Cure for Coughs,(Iaftuenza. Bronchitis social correspondence' 4"

Notice her Blatefn'Slri. ,B "biettleFt; ,yesterday and ,all Pulmonary diseases. Magazine Issued for JanuaryConfectionery Mcnair 2m 80n, fernandina, florida >
afternoon for a few days' visit with her One bottle will convince you--at your :
ti Notice is hereby given that six mottbs :1
brother, II. H. Wilkinson, at Palm druggist 250, 50c,. $1.00. Sold by.A?O.Riege 1
after date of this notice, we shall present Beacb.-Cocoa News.1 ]. '
our.,accounts for final settlement and \ W' : ;,:
Mi a Huetts Vaulz, who has been the
p apply for'our discharge as executors. of {
' 't guest tbe of Mr and lea
during holidays
t'p Gea11e Eaotl.m.,
the estate and taut will and testament
.;; of John II. Brelsford, deceased', to the M,.. W. paCatnara: will return, to,", ,""It Is .laid that 8bak"spe re never. I
pt County Judge at Miami. Dad County, ; Stetson University, DeLand, Tuesday, to realizedwhat a great poet he wits" > I WHEN YOU WANT f
Florida. Dated June 30th, 1906. resume bet studies. "How could be?" rejoined Mr. Storm We give tbe game conscientious care' to
T E. toI. Brelaford I' Ingtoa Barnes. "He never heard my the selection of our"candies that we do
' Brelsford. FOR SALE Launch, Melrose, with self' and company .recite his liae-. to onto drugs'CONIDA'S' CANDIES l iS =
Mary C.. 3 I horsepower Lozier engine, good run Washington .Stan fresh from the maker. Sealed packages A nice Buggy or Carriage to take a drive "

---- slug arder. $aaj'oo.. ''C. N, NEW- + SC to,hoc A good Saddle Horse for a ointer or exercise ''r: :

6O 'YEARS' COMB, Riviera P. O. Address West Tout will make -o mistake If' you Exclusive: : Agency With UsDarby's Goods.Delivered or: Hauling of any kind done, call on '''+
c EXPERIENCE Palm Beach, Fla. I
withhold your holiday purcbaaetl'un.
Cream Chocolates ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Burkholdir are til! :McOlnleBrotbera'! stock arrives, Whipped 'r THESTABLE :
1 expected to reach the city tonight from aa they made up' their order after ail The Jatest success ,of ,candy making; J
Va. and will spend.the winter honest in'<< and THAT ," J
Norfolk! I other merchants i>opened their stock quality quantity :
In their bungalow', oath of the
Too. can find that particular srUcla
1'RADe. MAit1spaoN. city. you want In ''this well selected: .I oclc. Ub.BOlMn3lSc.'iilK15cLOWNEY'S ; ) '3 '' ; TREATS YOU'RIGHT, -

: The steamerPalm .Beach wilt tomor. tf itcOlnley Brothers. I .
;i a,eketeh Corvalo"rs and dotwrlptlon do.Aeynn.landing may. row morning Commence the ,u'uiu Sun- quI'TklT... tMflswifiin.ear opinion ftp*. wuvtlior *i. of Bethesda LONG FIGHT and acceptable<<; presentJOHNSOtf'KINO end drtve.rs with U wish k
A *...1_ i.pro h .hly pAt ntahl<*, Coromnnlea,. day trip to tbeCbDrcb -by. : you yow f
I &j hat tlnni.trtctlroontl.lwlMHl.hnNDBOOK.: ** OltifMt MMnnnf" 'oi F.' .uW. the.Sea, leaving the wharf of tbe Hotel For twenty years W..: I. Rawlsr ot & cO:'a and other II; .. Horee .are hoardedagd weH takea care of '

,: rp*.Twins/oti l *riM1. *wllbnu..t.Stklltlfk : :.."L"u'rm'to.tay......tbe' .----lT-.. Royal Polncian at 10:30and returning' Bells; Tenn..'fought hasal'catarrh. 'Utiwrites candies 'asc,-a pound. 'Spectal"gripe'! in ; Transients ted'a' any timeWE ( <

Immediately after tbe service. ''The swelling and soreness 30 lb.pails j (,, '
nttriCan. : '::1 SELL'' WOOD and deliver It to you !; .'
''IS '' A Illnntnitwl wMklr.- '..inrart. crti Cleveland Chainless Bicycles, $40.00 inside my nose was fearful 'till I began C j 't
Ili eh PmdesmeV"folentltfo'nm"'I"' 'Tvrai,W* while they last, at Cummings, Clematis, applying Bucklen'a Arnica SalveR AE1PBELIJ&1'\' IOne
{ears f?ijr"month*.5A nawdealwa) : .C ] !ONRQEw! )
$ oaetenmaw.r. BW Qik avenue opposite bank.'' ,. .... i ,tbtimeore! .eprfacethiP.aule&thesorenea ,
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\ it9TeE ylM4lermte L.I'I' I Fewvo jite Fertilizer for all 'cropsandII ; and swelling to disappear new Mercantile Mg g CotDr ;: f idlockNorth ('Bank. West Palm [Beach. 'FtorUs
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KID1ttYtUIf : agrfcoltaral"ehemlcala: l for, .sale',of I'er1'"rtiturn..,'' .Beet salre" la existence. .. ,

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4n udlr'alleulLutS.. U.-.ia n moment, when both advanced and -
1- met Tho Real Reason He
9r. midway in the aisle. ,
r M At' Easter
"Has It come to thin?"
she- said
Was Without Enemies
of Two grasping bin (mad.

I.. .It has come to this." Iii

"Where are the Vows the Moore. V/'OtJ boast of having no enemies" .

[Original. tbe Roots and the Lay tons 7" T Tbe philosopher spoke In a tone '

;I Lent came: late null, it was the mid "The music on the bill hal ''been too "* admirably adapted for declamatory

., the of April before Euster. The new omen for them." purposes. "Then have CO.I'
a you never V
i church: on the hill, J1 white marble "I would have supposed that some dared to stand up for the right against !Jou Wlff5iii< i 3t
structure of fine i t ti
regular proportion( held? the seosa' of obligation" wrong, you have never protected the ,

morning service at 11 o'clock. "Miss Van Wert." he said, speaking weak:; against oppression, you have L LQVieasure
i ; With the little gothic! affair' overgrown Impressively "I have long bad certain never even dared to defend your own 0.--- _

flred yards Ivy nestling below moilostly a few hun- views about our religion which this rights. Tbe man who says he has no I I' Where Will You Get
the Slime service befcuu little
scene we are enacting under the enemies confesses himself a coward!"
at the old fashioned hour of 10:30./ church on tile hill c)Qtlrms. Wealth Is "Mebbv! Ifehbv1 nonphnlftntlv ra.

The upper church vas St Matthew's. e-,-..-. -'nn..tn---...-...,_..... n'. a..J a a 1.1_ _vuw.___.._... .n...0 plied the man who was short'' grammatically .YOUR HAT? '

the sill lower St John's. The Irreverent laws can be passed! to restrain ''the but of great width! betwixt to make hristlnnseIectionsrom;

I the upper one was appropriately good that may be done with It' or to the eyes. "But I've always sorter laid : your !
named, St. Matthew "" ,
having been a confine Its malevolent influence. It my satisfactory condition to the fact :

money changer ant the church hart thrives by n principle--the principle of 'that I've: never lent to .-\\ I1Mt1I fI'JlfI1'"
money my ," -
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built by a multimillionaire.. business! not the principle of the Gold friends, never yielded to excellent assortment '
I Mr. Oalllrton, Its founder bad earnest so- 1 1Z'VLI ; "tfj, q|.t """ s wear rqN!
climbed en Mule Against Its
abuses and the licitationto for office
: ,, never been a'lut
.be FiSWro lif:K i >
ladder of
wealth the .
Ji from lowest wrongs perpetrated In Its accumula / heir In anybody's will) and never

J rung lie had commenced with a tion' the religion of''Jesus Is an eternal played a musical. Instrument of no ,

1 fertilizer of them had next Into turned carcasses orparll.l protect Changeable form unchangeable kind."ruck.. H'AVJ' ;. all bis.ploy. me mill, Ge pieaseb ;) 'IJOISV'! "
glue and bad come !: In spirit, the church' no .

I.y out an Oil producer.Ylieu be decidedto I more today than when It was founded The Oilier Kingdom.'The The fofluwtag- Select From 1 r Pasame
build him a castle at Dalsyfield be i sanctions the heaping up of wealth." teacher bad been ,
instructing the
I bought up a tract on one corner of The words Hawes Stetson. oJ "
I were followed by a long class about the three
kingdoms of the ; (
which stood .
St. John's. The ,
founder of Silence. The '; .
sunlight shining through, universe and, to make It plain he said, .,. '
St. John's bad been an aristocrat! In a Window and striking the clergyman's ; :
'Everything In our schoolroom' '
his day but belongs Enfields Gold S)4
a Ulffureut kind of one breast seemed to the
from Mr. girl to Invest bla to: one of: the three Klngdomsmr'desks\ IL t.A
Qalllaon-an aristocrat of the with the
purple of one of the
saints depicted to: the vegetable! kingdom slates
American colonies A descendant there. Then she said: and The Sirkin "
i Cecil pens to the mineral kingdom, and Special ant jos
young Brant a clergyman,
f Its owner and rector. Mr. Gnlllsouuuuue was first"When sensation I opened the church door OTJP little Alice," he added, looking down at on : t

u was one or dlennnnlnls.meat the olttld nearest l\ttn_. "halftncra ta tti_*
repeated oners or me -- --- -----s- --
l ground thl1 should miss my Easter animal

ITIit l' on which Sf;, John's Stood/but the owu Sermoti.' have to, thank 10U' for the quite resentfully kingdom.and Alice her looked eyes filled up' SHOES FOR MEN, q4'w1
er would,Dot .sell. Theft the! inuHlnilKllonalre best-1 have
ever 'heard'you'
built the cburjb deliver. with tears as she answered, "Teacher, West [
on the hil). It What are I Paitt3cactrori
you going to do7"
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; : you are
mistaken. for
r \ was supposed to be God's church but "Sell this, property at an appraised : fur mamma Florsjieim DouglasMonarch
says that all little'children
It was not It belong
wag Mr. Galllson'schurch
I ; price to Mr.
Gallison.! It l is ho-longer
4 and It gradually, absorbed St. available for a church.'* ",..., to the kingdom of heaven.'' ""-Llpplncott's :
John's M gllZlne. ,fi; / "- f"f .. f Pats, [
Mr. Brant walked %'Vb)ere will you go?" ,... r ,,-, 9{, \ { jff ''|/t .' Ml'.I. I f R... a .
acrons lots! by ,,the "I have a call to preachto! a rich 'and ': I
'tt'. Clotting 10vea."Madam" .
accustomed path to ,hIs Easter jgunday fashionable congregation t
morning service with a heavy heart. "Shall ( said the passenger In tile .
you accept
He entered the vestry and taking out "No." crowded car" "may I ask bow far you SHOES FOR LADIES ,

t bis! watch, noticed thnt file time was "Why y"Theydo" are going? -- ,

saw 10:25.: ::throngs Looking flocking out to of the a window.church be not need my services nor ;i"Fifteen:"That's fortunate.blocks." I go only twelve. Queen[) Quality: Boston Winter Home Site

upon I the Immense .
the hill. There salary they offer! m*o. I When I get off, If you watch your
was to be
special shall go where I can do the most good. banco .
by you may have my seat" Favorite I '
.tn."la: B member of the grand opera The girl] looked down. > The sun bad "You're considerate I must say""Ahl and ,Lots ,

'corps'Wred" by Mr. Gulllscm for the moved and cast a bright light;ou' her Exactly what I wanted to ,
'occasion. If trap Jrnown there would' I '
I crowd. face : when I surrendered a seat to you of Others. ........."4.-0-......... .., ."
be a and people were going ear- "I have heard said the man, "that the other day' and got no thanks.
ly. At 10:30: bits Brunt opened tin you too have bad a call." Philadelphia iS-tf I Title is one of the most cfeslrablepropertied'b ii the'west; ui I<3S( oF&tfce'Worth

dnor____ _l"Adlnll.ln______ m to__ the cl1l1rcb_ _no _Not' a_ "I shall not accept It." Ledger. '_._._. .......__ ,.._. h, ____. for s bonne \. '
soul vms! there. I It ta located just south or'the town limit oo' tbe'.J lalie'J front leer .bed
I "I am told Mr. Qalltson Is a gan& Not Ineompatlble."I For Sale at a Barg-aln. ten'
; Tbere had been times when thnt man." minute. walk from the postofficeThe .- *"" ,- '
hope you will excuse.!ply appear-: Two horses, single and double\ property fronts 100 feetoo the lake and extends- feet to Olfve
> ch rvb. bud lopked to Mr. "Tou hear wagon, 7so streets
gloomy that
can of
any rich man, ance, said Wit father
an exceeding There i Is dwelling also tool and
6 bnfc a storage hoase :
and ; complete betty Kit-
Call J\'J01
'. undercutsurrey 'bus.
Jtt-ant but nothing like tUls or
Without even.If be Is a devil.
I ly obstreperous family as descended Mrs. urea with hot water; ewer pipe into lake; electric lights[ ;: &-foot well;. rith' windmill
N' the warm, sunbeams' tbe chirpingblyda "Suppose the 8eld to, which I shall trom"the; 'nursery to greet his tL'Lgnd, address Tiffany,'West Palm Beach, and tank; place is piped irrigation and tins standpipes with sprays hr ,

rp the nlllt buds, threw into go should call you?" "but to tell the truth the children andI Fla. | |m for spraying the lawn and fruit trees. .'' .- operation

_ contrast the empty seats, which In there "To labor for love I"- She paused. have'been having some hot'times up One portion of thft nroperty is splendid for a"hooia'giinlen, or'WoalQ'nufte a,

tor'lI depressed' state be could no' I "It would be all love; no advantages stairs.;'* v fine pasture for a cow or horse.A '

help likening to open grave He wee wnatever." "I should have Judged, :from; 'the Special Notice,: great variety of tropical fruits aDd,plants are growing on the p3hce. The:

turning away from the eight to rs- ,.| "'u that case I would accept the sounds that floated down," replied the :To whom, it may concern orange Save grapefruit them.and lemon' trees Kmnquats, paw I pawsj- "bananas'. '>and. : guava
enter the 'vestry room when the front call." visitor "thnt was more- of: awballufc !' This is to Rive; notice that Mr. U W. now If are on looking for a home it will to '
yon pay yon Investigate this. taking)
door of the church opened and a warma What was denied the multimillionaire ** to
I(I ixpedltlon. ;;-Balt lrDore .American.P Burkhardt, has Interest in business laurests elsewhere the owner wnhe to sell, and bribe is offer..
: gasoline present
0 ent..retl.trllnge. In exchange for his Vast wealth\: -af my l4,5oo.oo.Also .
log it at | <
r A. A pIcture-the rector turnIng i woman's love-was given the rector "" .' and oil business whatsoever ,When you another lot on the West side of Olive street from tHe above.

'i, back: : to nee his tit without money and without price. Mr. This lot Is too foot front on Olive street and thence
I congregation one "iisb! d .have order. for me for oil and. gasoline goer! feet we, It to the':
j. entering the church that cougregatloq! Galllaou died without wife or child to ,or.unfurnished I .cottaye' or ; county! roads Some small improreinenjs on this. i lot. 'Its,|! offered at f r aoo.oo. '

standing; a half surprised! half dlsirp" Inherit biswealth.. Mr. Brant bequeathed ram.- McOlnleviBiiotuer 1 -' 't; .'...* **C J 5 ..j ..'I.', : please leave same at Potter's Bicycle '. ...-.A.PPA'l.1O-; : __.., ,__.,_, ,_._,. ,-- -., \.!....
itr' pointed look on her face then resting an Inheritance of principle to Store, which is my downtown headquarter .. t

Ii'!" a rector In pity. This, lasted but "bill nrjvz.: and daughters. Pictures framed at ,McGInlev Brothers *, WALLACE, R. MOSES, or JOEL 4, DE/iK: :)\,

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In answer to advertisement: .in local, :press THE GURRIB INVESTMENT ,"i

JI'U I a ,, : 6OMPHNV has succeeded{ : obtaining''' exclusive sale or, rent. .of, some, ;of the, best '

? properties in West PaliriBesach end, yicin;tyj and now takes ,pleasure in offering to the ,, .

f Ir rlf public? the following propositions. ,X 122 t 'X' X X X! "XX', ..

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.. \ ... '.' ,M., luo..ppl., y.Rnn Will buy 28 awreaof/lend AE Will bny a7 .
;. $23.OOt7'arxprfrult and. orange, & I ,DUV> Hlvlera on ft point juitloo- $ ,OOO 'and roomboiMM $1 OOO WRI bay: a.5 room eottagu
jTl ot tlonof43 urre. .#' .SOl>. net wax into Lake Wor'h In lull alght o( the lulet. Famished Houses,For Rent location on batloe.Olc..ftlldeoe. 011. Bo foot lot wmt ol. .
IJP* d' taken from the filaoe" l lest .el..o.. If run There iHiair old building wlib 8 rooma In walk from the Lake. two minute the Rall.o.d'oo Datura atrfwl. ; ae*.nat "
l'' t 'ibaaaleatlact'i.'Ixwe are .atl.flwl .It m_ 1"'hlchcollld b-.eI..teo'po.a.y, For..1.'troom Like Front '. nation pines on.,lot.'Win.,, ,
the' best tbtnll oil' kind 'In tbe *tttot'BlA <; bourn Ten aciev of the plnee la cleared, $800 1hot.e\ lu BaUwar AddltlaaFo 4J3 f win b"y. Lake front
lilu. w ll "* JB sail,h' ncreii 10n| tpOOUU poise eituated on \: a ,7,i '.1I1).a.loll'. -1 ,ora-nueakgrapefruit-' etc $800'; ,18 room liouae ou Polo01 'land lea than Deli a mile from. the post $1,000 Fern buy a'ROtfouE lot. o"'
? '." j putts atreet office\ In Weat Palm Beach. went f> *rail
t. mad containing two cottage that
Q I Mil jw @ l a nnn "n'111 bur a furnUnedg atiy> ..OOO will buy the pelt hotel In $80"0' Far 20( rooIahoax op Datura $3 000 .Will buy an oranin and grape renting\ for 111 per moattu. arenow -,
> hoimenn on ''8.''.0110< Lake J I)P I ray a town of BOO In. .tl'ft't" I fruit grove M miles south of : .M
front lot. oppoatt Koral Putnelens, containing habitant and which I* now ,paying jM((11)0, irort] / ke front house lu.JeBeron Palm Beach 10 some In /move and U acre* $1 fnO WH bay: a 5'acre block- tn' .
and with VilO ;
r.. 14 room two hnll alltiioilcrn a yeur.sb'y $ addition 8 aultabloforgmwfugpineapplesandveger / *,v'v'v' Delray on which there 1 isa
; room /
:; convenience Kent for the aea.on bie.gowltbthetract.!: thrae acre* of ,ploe.andapleasant. four
,HOO "UOtJ Will b'uy; a 100 foot ( ( on $4'O.0' '1o'or 8 room hone on Evernla room house within a block ol.tb* ;iJ"O.. ,, ;,
r' 5> street <&Q Will buy in- Uffioo.
1 .. .. the mAin atnwt of Went nnn room
Palm Rcarh i'>n which I I. a hones with 11 oo Bvernia street cIooIa'o. "",
,+,:':/ 1H" 1\\ I' $12,500 Louxelovlrwolth.take Will I buy,! a furnbbed' room. pad two butlm. On the lot there $400 Fo.8 1o'ern.tre..taad room home Lake on corner Front o-[ the Enliaopal. church H"YKf\ Will boy railroad' '0: room"cotf ., .,
il ,r It itlNo a on* Mtorir house of A mama ,t ; rit '1 one block from the .OBtoffleB.ituRted.[ contHlnlnirlJ THhoiinecan / Thin property "will. nelly bring tl.OOO $350 For 6 room homo on Datnr

atura and Polawit. near corner ol DaturaStreet_ ,_, '
and b..eo"fllily '
: roonm ta all
,. l be bad fur 1BOO per year street. atreutai luodern convenience*. ,
un'urnlBbetl' "
3 IL $2,500 Will buy '" e room bouae $5 00 ..Wllllbal': l0acr+.'otfIn.sp plo
I If G r $7 nnn WtlbllY|\ | non;.."tead of $350 Faedroomaottagel I'.allway: and bath: In Evernla treat land la the heart.of.Boy n ton,
i\J\J\J SeOnrrraaouPlxtingMpart Addition close to depot add ,Dot fur from*Gplacopol church. tlea'
: Will bo |u.anis. of of fourl.lende In LaJee Worth between bridge Will
( nftfi ? nrsnir buy ft acre*bf the eholo
,f 7 $1 ,n'd KniP fuit;, ./trove.t Mnnyon'Inland and the Inlet and within For 1(, \ } )Kivlf rH,with a fine fronta.eon Lake Worth. afew m I ante* of the Atlantic Oman. Thin $35 .0 room. cotta oo Clenmtl with an veranda, all Itntunfl.
{ ': S Tli. urea are In lmirinir./ttn-J" no liner.1W property Improved and would be apleitdld a'1' oo bill around It, on Datura.t..t., flvs minute*
'It run lie had (o combine H w inter home with location for a winter borne.djfl $275 v"r" 8 room house d bath;Pent from pout office. $1 nn JV1U bay...re property 5n the
; ,* S" Flarldnvlndunp'y. unlytluarmUeafrom Street, near luke. $2! UUU W" uy a 8 room houm on lake front at M..otoillIW...
;'3.1 1'iilin Beach., r\nn Will b hotel on Pole$27 I For aalx-room hoiiM on 8fcond ', a 100 I< clot In the tallmilt... north of Weat Palm Beach W.
%::;7 pvtUUU s tta ur. containing, 18 5 Av.nuu, near Inker piano and, road Ad<1IUllo. Can bn rented for the sea 0".1'11 acr..1a tab. tract; ,. ._", '
room and a bath, lelaln the Railroad plauola eon for 1850 lurotabwlRO
.t' ti) "'(bin,nnn Wlllliojr 20 room hotel AddnloutoR'nePalm Ilcaoh near the $tiO.OO Will...,. sere, : property tune:
:; I in a very select locntioniha C 1 fK For a room bone cornet Oliva wlllbnya.toreand home *
railroad station and mile .
will rent it furnlshad uouth'ol
been run lor to year. $1100 will rent for the aeaaon. 9 X and Fern., l w,UWciow to tlie station at lholteaph 1rav on the lake front t Palm
l- It for the.eason. facing on ton main utrect. and eonare...* In tbl. tract and the 'We have 30
S 161 For room house Ollv street tal clog' a supply of famoue rock-
.:' $ K.nnn 'will'buy an orange and/trope aeart'urn' niercbanilla. If I the party and general road run.through the tract b*,
buying the
WII' bllY II bn.ln..*. prup- .ITIOVImlloa north at Foes ator. acd houM' wlahea to. hny the An pad l"1 will buy "
$9 500 t'pintfaauh.There arei2sore.In thi foantuomhouse mep. acre p'npert'aye
*trnot. Kvernla $
.. $150 chandlH *
.y' on Llematlx' avenue, .ireut,not far from the Eplto.lUlutl *It can "obtained fur tbw Inven U or*U niilu.oa_ either .ldu. of Pain
{ 'the 'eet 0' W'wt PnlM Beach, tory price but does
; : main at W\11 buy 00 foot Lake cburuu. not bare to go with JJoaoh.
& which In now paJ'IIII1"I per luuotb. ($ IfOvJvl Front lot In the Jefferson Ur.the'b.."". and lot. Her I I. a chuuce for a ,
W Addition to West Palm lloacli. Houae buelaes.In a"rowlo..towu. fii.OO Will[ buy .e..prop.rtr: ault.
K.nn Will buy a pineapple pin n. hand. rooma very coaily, arranircd. Lawn $Jo P BOO N'111 buy B room hou PiO ,bl. faf iroBeaBpluwtpplw ,"
$7 tUUvl intlon and oreoragrove buck and front. '4SO will rent the house .7w, and beta on Datura .tre t lour mile* nor'liof .
; I located three MiU..f aooth ol WVxt Palm uol..olebadlortheear with. fifty foot lot set out In grae.. .... ,'
,f ai .y I' Bvat-B. Thirteen varlntlv of Irult trirn" 'I 1 1CA $1,00 0 CaohWlllbuYII111oreaolloke' "*] Slo ,Witt .>ny an acre of property.
on The plu.-". There t I. -an right < 500 Will buy an S-rnom hoiiw miles from P.IrBeaalt front land at JJ pol""... 10 $XaCOU oi which IO.cre.ofland.t..() : .. .. juno.. nln mile north uf Palm.
Sixaxtexutthl.Is net out
1 n-tid condition and Tno tp t; fruitare in an abbuegrowingor.ogeeplasr'grow '
1Y mom liou-eh in tba neater of the town of good for orarite and .
trucklna-; and *, or Te,
atable ,
t,;; "."'.".,r wlll..n. LIP |"iro iert.v for the tenon. furDlxfevd oynum. anll4. acres of muck land and US .el out In I>lno..' Where are some a half grapefruit.ctr.1. l lOOHICQ, conveniently' ; .
and the tenant' will be allowed out ao..r land .
i : pine with :ne banns i trora oa the
h *: w 3c, whatever fruit there I"I lips on the ur.ml- acre of U hf s pine raod I. already act o..cln head, to M l..rol plane Rook and the fninnua Palm $ lOO W'.ll-bny SO are. of pine' $e 'W UI buy acre' property at Nepttra, '
,7 Rood imitable
,) a ..8 a* much a. b. need.*for his own min, piaeapplM. ,theeenttr tlie run. through J *, laud at Delray. On* and for plnvapplo or 11001'11111I.
place. one-hall acre' of bearing pine: grove convenient to water tranaportatton,'*
1 r provided- large enough tract. are bougbt. mt't

If ,any person to whom these presents shall cc me is interested with 'of the
can furnish spot cash we will make a reduction on the price sufficient to make any it ba.rgains above" proposed and

c payments will be agreeable at the'price mentioned ....... 'lease also bear mind worth that their' while, otherwise easy

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