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: April 8, 1903
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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GIVEN BY THE COUNCIL .Special Musical Programs, Being moat of us could 1jave the RoM Benjamin's Clothing. Anthony's. C ruI.tING WO-RTU- CURRIE

Arranged for This Joyous That Morgan's got, we'd yell A superb line of souvenir stationery at have money to lend on real estate,

Festival, Anil kick because we could not hold Heim & Broadwell's pharmacy. tf. Good applications desired

Ills stocks and bonds, as well. % s
-- The April meeting of tbe Coucjy; WANTED.A .
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The brightest festival of the is Board of Public Instruction will be held -- -------- -
TO NEW.: CHARTER PROPOSITIONMessrs. year Next Friday will bo Good Friday. WAITRESS ; ALSO A WOMAN
when In Miami' next Tuesday.
Easter Christian
people everywhere Try an ad In Everybody's Column." cook white preferred. Apply to F, ; y
join In celebrating by special The North bound trains last evening W. Chapman, Delray, Fla. apiStfA
I I'f services In the churches, the resurrection : Ice cream soda, at Helm ,& Broad and thin morning were crowded to their
of Christ. pharmacy. utmost capacity, a large portion of the
Chllllngworth. and Currie Will Attend to the Details. this office. apr4 tf
Great preparations are being made by Have you seen that elegant line of' passenger 11 t being hotel help from the

The Town Park to be Improved. Several Build the choirs and congregations of all the pocket-books and leather goods al East Side., r 'WO WHITE WAITRESSES. ADdress -

ing' Permits Issued. churches this town for this glorious Helm ,& Broadwell's pharmacy? tf. The sewing circle of the Ladies' Missionary Hotel La Casa, Orlando, Fla.,

event and if the weather on Sunday Is The regular April meeting\ of the West Society of the Methodist church m-i8-tf. .1J,

favorable, the several places of woi ship Palm Beach Board of Trade will\ be held will meet next: Tuesday afternoon at 3 FLOWERS FOR EASTER.

; C'ua.;) will be filled almost to ovel tlowluK. this evening in the Public Library ball,, o'clock at the residence of Mrs. W. R. -,-- .----- r
When the member. of the Town nuisance which had proved so annoying
The Roman Catholic and Episcopal commencing at half past seven o'clock Heckert, on the Lake Front. (RARE PALMS. VISITORS WEL-
fox the regular to the residents In the F. C. Belden. apr-I-tf.
ell sssembed. loot night locality. churches make Easter an occasion of Mes rs. W. I. and Cloy (: Metcalf have The regular April meeting of the

April meeting of the board, tier' bad smonth's Street Superintendent Grier Informed. i noteworthy interest. The choirs of these bren In Miami since the first of the week Board of County Commissioners was HOUSES TO KENT

accumulated'business'to' dig- the Council that the dumping refuse churches are now busily engaged In rehearsing looking after the new branch insurance held in Miami yesterday, and tbe fullproceedings -----------

....." elaborate clioral services for office which they have recently opened of the will in TNQUIRE AT TROPICAL REAL ES-
pose of. /' ( was done with the Intention of using it same appear L tate Exchange W. I. Metcalf, Manager

'President Geo. ,Y', Potter Occupied to fill in low lying portions, along the this day.METHODIST, the Magic City. a later Issue of Tbe Tropical Sun. mari4-lf i
CHURCH SERVICES. Willtum -Kelly vml John !bright both of Palm Beach who is to ---
the chair and there were, also' present water' front. It was intended, to at once Mr Wylly, STORAGE.
Lauther '''Widddea pot on a covering of sand but this t liad Kev. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor of the colored, the two West Palm- Beach mur- succeed Mr. W. B Zachany as ticket ----- ---
Councilor. Dltr.ick "
not been done. Methodist church, announce the following derers, will pay the penalty of their agent for the Florida East Coast Railway PARTIES WISHING TO STOREhouse 1
Grier and Yarboroughj order of services lorEaster awful crimes the scaffold at Miami .L bold goods, etc. for coming
On motion of Councilors Lauther and as the on at lire station bete, cunle up from
The minute of the last regular meet. summer in a secure brick building can
ting were read and eppro.edrBILLSPAID. Dimick the street inspectorwas lostt nct- IAul"elll"V.'R Friday morning. the south on the morning train,-St Au- pet all Information by communicating ;.
ed to immediately l pnt the lake front, In Ho Wax DPHir".tll. W. Purler." The local milliners and dressmakersare gustine Record. with C. A. Kenny, Jefferson Block P. #
? the city park In good condition. IIYIlIlItlIIN.I'ru.v.. .-,. the busiest people in town this W' ek,1 The Lollies' Home Missionary Society O Box: 280, Weal Palm Beach Fla.
tf.He .
The following bill{ were presented. for. A petition, was received from A. R. Ncrlptiire Ititufllnir.llyinii equipping their patrons for Easter It of the Methodist church are arranging mar 7

payment: ... Bcaujon for permission to erect a frame -1OS.: Is said that there are not 'enough dressmakers an interesting and instructive
M E Grnber fire dcpt- supplies $&i 75 I Anl"om-'I'"I" A Uri'i'n Illll Par Away" in town to fill the orders for and musical for their Sure Did."
bnlldlngon lot 8, block li, Clematis avenue literary program
,........ >\ .T. Orlffe.Hnrninn .
L Webber tuealnr for prisoners 6 3o 33 by 33 feet. -"Culvikry' and 1m Triumphs." work that bave already been given regular monthly social, which will\ be We heard some good stories the ", /

J Ross, street sprinkling 6 75 On motion of Councilors Lauther and ColliHitlon for egad inliilHturn and wlilow 'Mr. J. W. Hull, of Jensen, whn Had a given next Tuesday evening al tbe other day and one of them is too goodto r

C A Woodruff snpplle,, it or I Whldden the petition wa ordered referred nod orpheus ol ilucfilHeil inlhlNterH. large!: tomato crop: at Cutler, passed home of Mrs Fran Idner. Light refreshments keep, hence, we divide it with the

Standard Oil Co.t oil U. oBI I back la Mr. Beanjon for further Prayer.fiymnlei.. -? throuKh! Miami recently with his horse will be served, and all members brethren: On tbe daily program of the

L W Burkhardt aupplea'J 14 51 I| particulars and for the necessary signatures Benmjli-tlon. arid wagon driving home. Me lost all of tbe society and their friends are opening exercises of a certain school '

James Miller, auppliea :t *5 I EVENING: SERVICE. the'money he had in this crop and is in cordially invited to attrnd. was the recitation by each scholar of averse t

Dean Pub. Co., supplier ,. 10 95 L President Potter said that a verbal request Anlheni-",luu Liven" ,..........J. W. Hughes. debt, but be Is one of the kind that will -- ----- of Scripture, Two of the scholarsof
Lainhart & Potter Ism'',' fire hall 57 30 Hymn-1ST. Miami tender happened unfortunately
; bad been made to him by Mr. WilLiam yet come out on top or die.- Metropolis. State Legislature Convenes.The years
"' "I Frujfer.HiTlpture to select the same verse for the exercises
W P Hatchett, supplies' 70 .
Lanenart for permission to make : n..IIIIII.Hymo.tI. Legislature of tbe State o' Flor
and adr'g; of a particular day, which was, 'Jesuit
Tropical Sun, printing 5 75
McKinnon has rented Mrs. Deck's Tallahassee
bouse G. T. ida convened at at noon
""* : additions to the Spiuer o.nEvernla ''
$ond tti Bond Co., supplies $1P same Aolheni-"Tbe Birds In Chorus Singing''.... wept." The little fellows were sitting
next to Dr. Jackson be the
W Scbmli ao I street pn motion of Councilors .. .................E. 8. Lorciu. cottage on nth street yes'erday. Tbls will )perhaps together and one bad to recite immediately .
}, park commissioner' ofV )
Lauther and Whldden Ibis permis- "Itwiurrectlun.1* and with his family will arrive from Palm most important session held In this
.68 Sermon- after the other. The first one,
\ B King, etc., eg'
scavenger Beach rent Monday. Mr. McKlnnon will in several as man questions
.Iou was granted.APPLICATION Prayer. State years ) ..j
C Clayton, street labor 37 50 on- his name being called, got: up and ,
Hymn1O8.. devote his time with the buslnens affairs of f fhe of grave importance concerning the
'. FOR NEW CHARTER glibly rattled off, "Jesus wept John
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Mitchell 29 Bcneillctlun.HOLY J. A. McDonald L umber o.lu which future of Florida will likely come "

Fire hall repairs ., '29 33 President Potter informed the Council TRINITY CHURCH. he la one of the J\srtnerll.-Mlaml: Me. before adjournment next June. One' tith chapter and 35lh verse.

W G DeBerry night watch's sal., 39 ooOn that Chilllogworth & Currie, attorneys, The first service Easter Day at Holy tropolii. of the first matters that will claim: the The name of the other little) urchin

motion of Councilors Yarborough had advised that the Council could make Trinity Episcopal church, will be a cel- Mr. L.'C. Bras ping, who during the season attention of the lawmakers will be the was called. He hesitatingly arose to i
his feet. His thunder was for tbe
and Wbidden the above accounts' were application to the State Legislature for ebration of tho Holy Communion! at 7 just closed was agent for the Florida election of a United States Senator, toucceedSenator gone
rules of the school forbade the repetition ;
prdered pajd. new charter without\ .ad vet tiding, as o'clock. cast Coast .Railway at the East bide \ Mallory As Mr. Mai- and he knew ti
of the no
same verse
time was so. limited. They submitted and sermon will\ begin his homeIn received the nomination at tbe
MONTHLY:! RpPqRTS., |the Morning prayer station, left Saturday night for lory other. But a happy thought struck him;
a price for drawing up the bill to be o'clock and after this service will his primary election last summer to succeed .
The monthly report of ttle'office at II ; Titusvllle, where he resume he could endorse which he did by the
were then received 'as'ol1owa:' W. p. presented to the house, for all the legal there will be a second celebration of the former position at that place. He .was, hlnueelf, his election by tbe Legislature emphatic declaration "He sure did."

DeBerry, marshal and e'oUeclor. reported work Ic connection therewith and for Holy r'omninuiou. accompanied by his brother-ln,Jaw, Mr.P. is a niere matter of form, and -White Springs! Herald. .

the collection of |>t In court costs ,framing new town ordinances, the figure The evening service will begin at half II. Wright, who. held the position of will la no sense remind visitors to tbe .

and fines, and 'r,554.o5, .in taxes 'a ,total being '\00. They would rqulre. ninety: past seven o'clock. At the morning ser ,baggage agent. legislative halls of the old times around ---5---

f* .S7545. -- '- days after the charter was placed the vice the solo parts in the apthenl andthe In the air of Tallahassee when tbere was a United J. P. Taliaferro,

hands .f the Council, to frame such ordinances be taken by Mia. AllenW. There are many rumors States Senator to be chosen. ,r
The report uf the treasurer showed; chants, will changes to be made in The fight is on for U. S. Senator to be
the town now so much needs. and during the offertory quite important Perhaps the most exciting event of .
as ,
Court coats and fines'f at oq Pierce, soprano Poinciana, Palm Beach, I settled at the primary next year. Senator
Hotel Royal
Tare 1.34 j The member of the! Council were a Mr, Albert Weeks Hunt will"' \ singTosti's the summer. Mr. A. W, tbe entire sixty days' session was theaucus Taliaferro and Mr. John Stockton I
that the work should during Monday night, at which: time 11
the opinion .
sewer connections'I 2 oqT unit in "Resurrection.: Fritsch of Hotel Hibiscus, also contemplates ; both of Jacksonville are avowed candidates
J L Grlei 19 45 be undertaken, and a motion was parsed CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. forming a syndicate, whereby ', the presiding officers of both branches for the place. Each Is said to represent .
moved by Councilors Yarborough of the Legislature were chosen. In should
faction- But, why these
Union a
-- of the made to
D. Paine, pastor can be as
Rev. great ,
Total lS89 90 and Whldden, that Messrs Chilling church will make his ; the bou.se and beautifying the thia race Hon. Prank Adams of Ham- factions( fight In this case? It la unwritten .
Congregational enlarging
worth & Currie: be engaged, at the figure : Icon, was selected ns president of tie! law United Slates Senator
The to give a
sanitary inspectors J< \.; Gfler, reported Easter announcements on Satur grounds. Titiisvllle Advocate.Mr. ;
that no serious complaints' bad named by them namely 1300, to pro- special choir of this church will pje ; Senate, while Hon. Cromwell Gibbons, a i secoud termr'provided' he fills the office .

been received in reference to Imperfect ceed to have a bill placed before the day. The of music appropriate to C' P. Hopkins has received a let; of Duval, was nominated speaker of tbe satisfactorily. Can anyone gainsay

Dilation during the month. At thepresent Florida Legislature praying for a new sent a program\ \ ter from Senator Taliaferro stating that House, ---.5. *. that Senator Taliaferro has served the

town charter and also, jf the charter Is tbe occasion before leaving Washington he had taken State faithfully. .? He has worked so hard
tIme| tbere CHURCH.
were twentyrnye
ST. ANN'S The Confederate Reunion .
con to draw up the new town up with the Commissioner of Pensions and accomplished so much tnat be baa
Closets' of| the. falhl'al) :not .yet granted, services at
{ : morning
peeled ordinances. There will be two the cnsrs of I those eligible for pensions A dispatch from New Orleans suyt; earned the name of "our business Sen
with the sewer .system but in Ann's Roman Catholic church tbe services in tbe SemlnoUIndian for the Confederate Reunion -
St. of Preparations "
Bond asked on account ator. Senator :MiHory was given a 'e
toe" &
nearly interested The Bond '
had every case parties ou lot a, first at 8 o'clock and the .ecoud at 10 war, and that everything possible which begins May igtb, are now second team without opposition.. Senator
promised to conlply.witb) the law. permission to erect .a cottage evening service will be at of the number of novel
;; west, and on o clock. The I to facilitate consideration well under way. Taliaferro should have no opposition .
Eight for'sewer Datura
permits connections block service
33 all of these *
o'clock. At done. St. Augustine features will be introduced.
be -
Wbidden ,ndGrl.r. 7:30 claims: will for he deserves a re-election. We 1
were made since the meeting. The of Councilors Le
last motion music will '
and'appropriate "Each State division will have A hand '
special Record.M afford 10 lose his services.Cal.boon
tesidents of the Lake front sooth of town I the necessary permission was .by the choir. preceding it in tbe parade. Fourteen .
had entered well founded'complaint' feude'e H, M. Flaeler, accompanied by News., _.__ Sri
ladies of tbe highest Confederate ---
granted.BqNfl -e. young
!because PAYMENT. Preefdent Parrott Third vice.Pree.
the had rice- .
waterworks company ,
will ride in beautifully
fj 9 far tajled} ,:!, 19 extend .the,)waterworks As t the time had again rolled around How Are Your Eyes? ident ']. ft. Irinraham, Superintendent standing tally-ho: at the head of the parade Manufacturing Enterprise.

system in response to'repeated petitions. for the annual payment the bonded Gord old summer time is here. Youwni Goff and Traffic 'Manager BeckwUb:; of and will be known as heralds. They Live Oak claims a population of neary .
The I motion waspresented stationery, good jewelry East Coast Railway passed five thousand. A few. and
work of sidewalk, construction on, Indebtedness of the town a want good tbe Florid will be dressed entirely in white, and years ago

Clematis avenue was proceedinglowly.: by Councilors Lauther and and, your reading matter Don't for. through West Palm Beach yesterday have banners denoting .the State Live Oak was but a straggling village
The sewers bad been thoroughly flushed{ Dimick that warrants be drawn on thetreasurer i get the old reliable firm of Idner & loon In .a special, train on s tour( of Inspection they represent,and ,the coats of arms of but among her citizenship were those t
and meet the payment down the coast. :The party will who recognized the value of small manfacturlng -
were 'ht condition for fjoo to .
now good .
; lOti., ? tbe States will\ be wrought in Rowers-on rp
through the generosity: 'of* the business of principal and interest, now due. :' Inspect the ,new line of railway now be, the side of the tally-ho enterprises as a factor in the
men and .other e Mr Frederick Sterry manager of the ing built to Cape; Sable, the southeifniost upbuilding of the town. They established
residents the streets' '
STEAM, LAUNDRy. Breakers "The, tally-ho wilt be: preceded by th.Mempblll' '
Royal 1 Poinciana and The _>_ _. 'mrihnl.nd': l.. the United States. the manufacturing enterprises
were being without pxppnse to Hotel i vi :: ---c--- ; ;
sprinkled : StrahanBros. .pom : i;,. Tingle' ,Corpse. .forty-five
"' : was !made by brother, Mr. Leland Sterry, : Increase In
t the An application and bis known and the population came a* a
tOtll. . 'r the well driver mea
i framebuilding Martin IIert ; ;componetl young society ,
Hot )
qo ., for permission to erect a manager, left for Virginia 'tb..Itas\\ natural result.. The people will go' ;,.
motion ,
of and Sldleft"town"yellerrl"1
Copnctlor. Lauther .
on for the
over training
car been
of whQ have purpose."Reservations
laundry on The thepul
be used for a I with their party. .
Whidden to led night wherever there work for' them to do.
the Springs ) 1 morning 'with' his "
of the pflicers \
reports town of the Mathn I ( .for the division and department -
west Raquette
just Pullman car, a,
were accepted and Clematis avenue handsome former bore in Pennsylvania. and Stsrke, Telegraph
ordered filed. for bis 'cotnmauderi their .pon'.
of the majorityof disposal for family :.
thelr .
The Tbe signatures wu placed at . ,
monthly 'estimate' salaries l :was bakery; In the block were River, Mr, Herter'a 'sou. ,Master Fred, sort and Dlaldll.'etc.. have been made at "

presented. The amounts! 'totaling $155 the property owners account of the the trip. __ .e. ".+ has bpeu'a valued' member/of tbe Lake the St. Charles;'awl 'every .accommodation The 'Bea t.Ji'r.scriptlotr' tot Malaria

Were ordered paid, on 1110\10001. : .. Conncl on the petition but ou made to the al\ the boyrilDg' 'aifey(l Worth Band ,.during the'' wtuter t tauthe opposition personally late' hours kept, : el"\'l." .. 'sateless Chill'Tonic, It Is simply Iron
and Crlerv,' strong: by Messrs. B. M. the ouncU= tq pas. an ordUnance and In recognition of his (lltbfl1r.; of the."terall..." ;,.* \ )

Two communications ;were'received, :! granting of the permit the f.oqacllde-; He asked the hours of businessat ce. the band under., the- leadership' Ii. I. . .: J and quinine "J... 'a,: tasteless : form' ; No,,
from Ex-Mayor Wllmon '"WhlUdln, Ipference Potter and W the'ft.wquefrorer'ynt'' (l the regulating: -. "ror.>IIOt KnufmannYserenaded.jblm'at! ; 'Wlndovr and :.Poorv Screen'frralnea.l; cs1ekNopays" } .,Price #cents.;,, '"-,' .
: alley. l''
the .
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to 18Y, Sat. '' ; ,
Cjded ills .
Cleti avenue .
to the by I thai his father'. home, f ; ;
dorajilng{ the author Membersuof the' Council agreed our ad.; pet t 3, and 'gat ready lottctCualxTI4VMaea : / '
'Wy of he town official! ; of a quantity o4, nest meeting, wee .e'rltlrely.oot!' ,, of their: nrdaynlghtalhU Teiignatioa'ufrorrithehand ,' there : v*' "< '*,/ :1oley'ak1iluer Cure'makes! lidneys'bz a
'PROTEST'i cutter, '
refuse ENTERED A this sl.c.r..t' fie Surrey Co.: '4 and bladder right. Don't
along the lake front the action was taken; ....1{ received, with,1: the delay talllolII ,\
Ira' so no '
P t*. Mr.! 'Mr.:S.: Barman appeared beforeythe; jurisdiction) adjonred at 9 pin: rtet.. :'" .." "",,.;..., ,, 1."' ,. yrEaRGalUella. \ ,,, : l.>imick"414 jtlCsclo.i'; ; :1 ifrI nk
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I a matter c( information to our $ WHAT THE STATE II I .
Pioneer Paper ol Dodo County Florid. LAW .
readers, and upon request of the
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y i Pulillnbed Every Wedae.day.adS.turday management; of Stetson Ualverttity, "" PRESS,...,. ,SAYS... a. a CHILIJNOWOUTII ...o.a.cW) IIiK' Cement Coated Crate Nails
that the Forbes side of the contro- CJiILi..a UWOIC.'I'U& CU1tltlB .'

,' HVlltlCRn'TJON riucK. ':a,ou PER YEAR. versy, which now threatens destruction "Spotti" Will be Speaker. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, at ..j : .:' ..
Spoltswoud will undoubtedly bejinstiiniounly -
to that InstltlltioQ. be ,hl'ord, WeNt Palen Beach *'la.
elected to lbs Speafceraltip- ,
Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, ETTIS"j
The Tropieal today publishestwo i the Third House.-Daytona Gazette 1:11: ,
HARRY L, BROWN. MANAGER.ntcred pages of matter (giving the trus 'News ,. ., '.) ,,,. ,
mtANNlNO ,:
TT I' \
at the Portofllce of West Palm Beach tees' side of tbe unfortunate affair. Can't Down Fj'rid 11. .- i .,,\ ',.1 f" '
.. .ecoiid-cla_. .. matter.. Were It not that we are promptedby Attorney and Vounsellor-at-Law, AlsorWD1! ':'
----- --- --- -- QUN4
a spirit of fairness to all parties You can't down old mo'Ida The Oases over Bank,) ., ,atANSPRAY \ :
WBUNFHUAV APRIL 8, 1IMI3. East Const people have lost their iC-ma-; ( PUMPS ';
affair "
concerned in this most deplorable -i6 1903: WEST PALM BEACH FLA ; '
-------- we should much prefer to have toes, but the pineapple crop was never and, ., J t"t1.'iI.{

The Tampa IlerulJ'a circulation in ; nothing to do with it, and leave the belter-Bartow ,Courier-Informant. w I. MIST CALF,. ..' ': G): ,.

; sixty-six.and still prow lug. matter for the courts to decide. It ATTORNEY-A T-LA WNOTARY.' DRY BORDEAUX. \ "., '" MIXTURE

..Is indeed unfortunate that the news An Ovation for Taliaferro.. PUBLIC. -

i! Ex-Stute Treasurer Collins\ In a papers of DeLand have seen fit to Senator Taliaferro U In Jacksonville. Courts Will praoilo* in County,State and ).
the arrlvlal\loalay. and the Times-Unlon LAND CASKS A SPECIALTY.OltltelnTmM'ioL ;
critical condition at his home near drag the controversy before pub- ,
I Dunedin. "_ unfortunate not only to Stetson says lie la kept constantly buiv, greeting Weat Palm beach tliula Son County Block Horlila nUltlu (nUl"S) WeeImPalmfleeib.Aprlln.boll: .'1

r University and the town ot DeLand, bin hosts of friends. An ovation await .
A Gulf const explorer ban Just discovered him when be visits Tampa.-Tampa HAUND<S.Jr., No Kick
but to the entire State of Florida.: Times. II.IJ. Coming on this Price !

that there ID it> paper pubIIt.hed The question seems tobnvemmmeretldown .. AnVKNEX AT LAW.Corner ,

occasionally in Tampa/ called I to this point: "Shall Forbes '
Will lain Friends.
Olive mid DaluraStreets.mid For Glad aster
Thu Ileruld. a 1
resign, or- behold on and fightit ,
Senator Taliaferro will no doubt auc -, WBST PALM UBAC1I, FLORIDA
-- out to a bitter finish?" The press ; "
coed hlmgelf. There. some opposition i \'. >
West, Palm Bench is gain like of the State, while somewhat divided but, wben the campaign open up properly A, J. L.lVl. EGGS V ,

.lacksonville-this. time nlie in In the on the subject, seems as a rule to he will gain many new friends, AT10RNfY-AT.LAW :

ti metropolis chums in asking/ for a new think that Forbes had best tender some of whom may now be bin political and NOTARY PUBLIC. 20

charter. Let us help one another.- his resignation utthe end of the present enemies.- Lakeland Suit. Ag.nt ol the U. S. Fidelity A Quaranty Co.,olBaltimore t t'j ,

TimcH Union. term, pending the settlement of ... Oflliaironier ol llmiiatlM Md.Av.ntie BOti NarclHHUM EGGS cents' ( EEGGSper .j

' 1 -- -- tho matter by the courts. Be thisas A Grand Stand Play. "Htrmtt.Imlleaoh.over Htruuui itlortf 1'4'1 lwsWeal 'j '

Y< '! I Now it is said that William Jennings it may, nr earthly good can come While many will Dot endorse, U. Bub -- -- ---- dozen "

Bryan aspires to the, position of to either the University or the State McNamee's measure which .be will' try C I, AMISS: L:. ANDREWS, : 'j' .,; ,.t.. '"

the chairman/ of the democratic anY as (i result of continually holding' ) to push through; the Legislature; ,will be ATTOHNbt-AT-LAW. EGGS ', ;r;

0 ; tioiuil ('ommittee in the next presl- the, scandal before tile gaze: of the) popular watt the masses. lie want -the NOTARY PUBLIC,
!, '" dentinl I crimpnign. public. Indian War fund used as a pension for I'roHwiilliiK Attorney ol Bravnnl. C'oFT. A Rival Storekeeper Wanted to Know if we Stole Them :;,
i old Confederate veterans and their PJHKCH AND TJTU.HVII.I.K FLA. \
Factional politics, of which Voltleiu 1

I'' :. '1. Ira I). Sankey, the noted Ringing county can furnish enough In one widows.-Leesbura: Commercial.. G 1:0.: U. UOI5HINS L. w. BURKHABDT .Finest Groceries ;

'. rt evangelist, who toured the. country day to run the White twelve months 82TU will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books. .
; Where the Trouble Lies.It Attorney and Counsvlor-ut-Laiu.
with the lute Dwight L, Moody, and line evidently crept into the Stetson
Will practice In Ntatc and Federal Court. I
Is claimed Railroad
that the Commission .
and fastened Its death-
wild loved by everybody, IM said to controversy
has saved the of Florida
.,. l lie totally blind. dealing! lungs firmly Into its very
$90,000, during tbe Yes, and
f' : : ., past year.
For if for
," henrt. this reason, no AND SURGICAL
Billy Lamar saved $96,000, by bill sul L
An exchange aiTH. "Hay; the first other, the press of the State should against: tbe F. C. & P. Railroad. The K. .II. WOODSPHYSICIAN R

M r tIling MOllie cuniliiintea In to put piny the clam art and let the matter chief trouble with these sums of money, 1) RE1S'TER

$ t" up the lnrrn.! Hut, we might add, work itsown way out. Jf Mr. Forbesis bo\.ever", Is that tbe people can't, .ge t I AND &IJKOEOOAlte \

t+, the first thing other candidates do innocent of the charges preferred their bauds "' u them.-White Spring : IU) .ouiH No. H5 sod. Jeffemun( lUurk. '

I i will be to let down Hurra. Let him against; him by Mr. Stetson, Herald.. K..IIIIIL| v, Datum Street near Dipcit.

ii down easy, boYt the courts will find it out, and the Superintend WEST PALM BEACH: FLA.
4f For State t of Schools
5 = purse that Mr. Stetson will have to 1 D. KATOV!! M. J>.
(; put up will be as balm to his wounded It ts announced that Gen E. M. Law" J*
Editor<: Caldwell. of the White HOMrEOPATHIST.WEST .
I II'Ipr feelings." If Mr. Stetson Is rightin of Barlow, formerly president of the
: lugs !Herald" say that when a i South Florida Military Institute, will bea PALM BEACH, FL.OIUUA. ,
his accusations him then .
against; II.IdnnreopoolWMethudlstChnreh.
p preacher can't find anything to Hay the candidate for State superintendent oe f li'inullM: Avenue, unit to Maxuulc 1bnple.Otlic \ .
Mr. Forlw 1111 of all
in the pulpit, except something; n deserving education. ., lioun H to 9 n,m.,3 to 4 and, 7 to K|>.m.f WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEDMEN'S
1 punishment that can be heaped upon friends thlilday It tu 4 |>..iu.Hpix'liil .
about water baptism it ia n mire" The ( of Judge A O. Wright, o
Attention Olvnn to PUeaHm of
sign that hit| "C'nll to preach" has him. In either event all of this scoring Jacksonvilleare also canvassing his name Women and Clilldron. '
; of the two men in the newspapers lor the same position.--Ocala Banner.

I t'xpirell. =-___.-=. =_-:.== can do nothing more than to satisfythe -- 1 IT C. HOOD, Al. U, AND BOY'S SUITS

At the l last gpnernl reunion of the hatred of the one faction BHugninHf Others Sowed-tie Reaped. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON

United fonli'derate YetpruriH the other. DMoo over S rohnl'. aura, WEST lALtl ,
atm :The Tpllabaiwee correspondent of the
Dallas, it was voted by a large majority As for The Tropical Sun:; we are Tampa Tribune among other things,'in 11EACII.clans: Itoaiduuuu llotel. I'A LM near BEACH.Royal I 1'oln-IJ-l: New Line Panama: Porto Rico and
done with the whole matter, orI'e : ,
thoConfeilertitemenioria! a ong letter to that paper, aiys: ,I
exercises should, be thereafter celebrated !hope we are; and we trust that this "The Governor's administration' Is it.u.. POTTER M. !>., Straw Hats. Five cases Lion

9I' on ,June 3d, the birthday paper will not be further called uponto commonly spoken of as the most suc--
h ; anniversary Jefferson' Davis, the defend either side > cel\sful.lace the days of Drew; and '''It S-l8.II'1: WjMr: PALM BEACH KI.A.' Brand Shirts and Collars.. New
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+ The future of Stetson University Is must be admitted that many highly T
Ip Confederate resilient. and
a matter too sacred to be imperiledby desirable results have been achieved rP.._ I'LATTS M. I>. Nobby line of Neckwear. Call

the vile of' the many Important innovations Introduced PHYSICIAN AND to them.
tongue! gossip; SURGEON see Prices the
r i. The South Florida editor who ia a during his administration for all 'of Tele/t.a", delivered always
monger. The institution is by far all hours olthe day
member of the Legislature is. strictly which he, ,q( course, gels the credit, so sad might lowest. -.
r. in it when he collects hid mileage greater than either Stetson or For, far as (be general: public is concerned. 1I-l9-JCjO: : FoRTFiBRCB. Fla.

b from lies, or both combined, even' though As a matter of fact, the good were
the State, and he at once vows crops
..i one has expended his money and the sown long before William Sherman Jennings DENTAL S.
a vow that he will" never !support! OilYmovt' ;
toward other bin energy, In bringing!; it up to ( ; ever thought of being Governor of
removing the '
tbe high: standard which it bus the sovereign State of Florida The DIC. IIOlTailTON -
from Tallahassee, unless perchancePpnaiicola The! Men's Outfitter "i\d Tailor
It) reached, and which it is hoped thatit crop, in tome instances, simply ripened MDENTOS"HOLLAND : Practical

1C should enter the race. will maintain. All conservativeand while he was In office. That is all." DUCK WEST, PHONE 18 Schntfd< Block West Palm Beach
peace-loving citizens of Florida -- i

/ The DeLand News says that Bob will,we believe,allrlll with The Tropical A,Kick Coming. > n. MAOV TRY.STRAHAN'S. ..... --

,, Davis will not hate any walkover in MUD In urging; for tbe good of There promises to be a kettle of hotfiih ,. DENTIST ,
the coining A'UberDutorl'lllRlJIign.. the State, that the matter be allowed when tbe Legislature meets. Ex- Office In

No, it will be a rnnover, and when I, to drop, and J Judgment suspended Governor Bloxham. has intimated that WEST PALM Jefferson BRACH Biock. FLORIDA STEAM LAUNDRY

the returns of the primary are tan until the courts shall render a ver- the Legislature will censure tbe Stale :
j vanned Bob's opponents and their dict. officers for their selfishness In taking up NOTARY PUBLIC
supporters will feel l something like all tile roonj", |in tbe new State capitol for wv 1aod.I8a7 the worry over buttonless shirts anti faded labrlcs. ,
i, the boy that the calf ran over 'There \\\f I some talk of Hon. Win. N. offices sod providing only two small and GUY I. WKTOALf. t : the for Clothier and delivered promptly, or It left., with M. II. Aultman,

Sheats, State Superintendent Public dingy cub-hoiss for committee rooms. NOTARY PUBLIC it will\ receive the game.attention.

The tourist hotels of California Instruction, entering the race for This session of the Legislature will. have For the State of Florida at large. Cor. Clem.UM Avelllle STRAHAN BROS.. Proprietor.
to use, Led rooms and other availeuleplaces and Railroad Way.
Governor In 1004, but it's dollars to Deeds,Mortgagee, Lea?es and Contract. _
41 And of the Florida East Coast have for their committee meetings ws Dralled,
been overflowing doughnuts that when the time comes formerly, and there be Conyeyanrlng: n BneclnltT..
guests thepast appears to groundfor A" Work Uuarantvcd Legally Correct.
to make the primary ticket next t <>lBt-. 'h. taowo-t, SUM WINDOW
!!season and with not. Dearly tbe up ( a kick.-Gainesville Sun. West Palm B m.h. Dade, .'ountv.Bloik.tlorldo. AND DOOR SCREENS
} natural attractions as those which year Mr. Sheets will be a candidate -.- ---- ---

surround Pensacola. lint we to succeed himself. When it comesdosno Thoughtful Man. REAL,ESTATE and INSURANCE We have installed a complete: line of Pla.

'+ haven't the hotel.' -IVinncola Jojrnal. real politic, heats knows M. M. .Austin/ of Winchester, lod. chinery for the Manufacture window ftn4
tl" Wait until you move over Into two or three things and he Is not knew what to do In tbe hour of need. \"y, AI.LACK It. MOSES door screens which best
His wife had such unusual we cover 'with the
i cane ol
Alabama, IIins J'eosacoln; perhnp yet prepared to lay his carcass upon i stomach and liver trouble, pnyalclana Suaottsor to A. W, Robert, grade of screen wire cloth.
they'll give you the St te'B prlnon. the altar of political sacrifice. 'could not help her. He thought of and REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, These
.tried !?r..King's New Life _Pill. and she Airani. fit* m,... E>a1,,. It..fth' --_ --. goods are made 'of' Cypress and
"' finished t
; '"
-- got relief at once and was finally cured WL.t Pal nt n;a;h Water WoKi; 1 in the natural wood.
? The KiHHimniee Valley Gazette, Only ;5150, at any Drug Store. M1TAHV PUBLIC. Write ?. for
The I price before
only oenHible Si'TA'.1."Ave
proposition we Street. placing order'el l.cwhere.
your ;
under the able of Edi- 11-: West Vain
management _. ll ,
lr bays yet heard in the Stetson ----- ----,- "wb Florida ''
? regard to
i University" scandal comes fromE. tor Pound and brighter., continues The to grow last brighter issue- Painter's Pnntery will"thin week complete ARCHITECT AND BUILDER East Coast ball Snily 1 Coal 3IIY y

the work of
O. Painter, a well known DeLand printing Aker's reylilon (-
printer and pUblisher. lie advisee rame uut.ln eight page form, with a of tbe Statute Laws, of Florida. 'rin. fl. IJKOWN, EAU OALLIE. :'FLU IPTiijjy.pjjj
great I increase ol reading mil t. This is _
newsy a mammoth book of fourteen
the newspapers of that now ill-fated ARCHITECT.AND BUILDER
ter. Florida newspapers seem to bo hundred and I., la fact, the
pages largest Plaoa
village to get together and\ sign apiKiacatlona prepared I >>
vieing with each other to see who, book ever printed In Florida It Is be- Jobbing wo-k given prompt attention at tsHow !
agreement to have no more to r
say jag and Shop ou Datura
can occupy the front near, and when handsomely substantially btundIn Street
about the rnuJdloand allow the Unfortunate the roll Is culled the Valley Gazette l full law sheep. Jt will be submitted/ 'is title time to i
affair to he settled begin to Beautify your
by will not be far behind. to the 'legislature for adoption early lathe home i .
courts. Painter's' bead is level. session.-peLand Supplement.. ,r Hl if you have not !fiegur! ?

------ Profiting by the experience of Dade ----' .. '] :' + Call on J.. ,!'. ;EQPG; 001:
The Save the Loved OneilMrt. I 11 Dr.'NlilleriThe
seventh annual meeting of f the and make
H county truckers, the potato growers your ,J JCOR
Mary'A', Vliet, Newcastle wants"nowtJ..
Academy of Political and Social of Colo.;
Science Hastings: have formed a potato- writes: ,"I believe Ballard' Horehound 0-:: ROSEMARY AfJQ FERN! '' gTRETA? ,A
will be held in Philadelphia growers' association, with about Syrup Is superior to ,,any other cough Dentist ,is congratulating f '-

if oo Friday and Saturday: April,, 17 sixty l members. The work"of'dfp i medicine, and wlltdo alt that is. claimed I,bimaelf upon his good fortune Inetnring. } | ? 7 -"-

end 18. The general topic for dw- lug the spring 'crop will 'commence \\11 or'it y little. and girl it wants la so-to plessant take It when to take she, aa a.partner. Dr Wddy. GMiliMulgoba Mangoes.

cuesion will be The United States the latter part of the 'present; week, lias I ',no ned .for It.," Ballard'. Hore- .of, New. York'.. I I /{ (Collection ot
i_ find Latin America, and men prominent arid it I is expected: that the yield will\ hound Syrup la the great. cure, for all .JDr. Liddy .Ia i one of the foremost j thusetd Crotons In tiJe Unltel St 'ea, Palms, fhyUali inmgrownon
ontmouary ailments. 950, joe and deatlat l In .he AllpotogrowD. '
In Full
diplomat! circles both In country, and Line of stoc"
} reach seventy-five thonsand barrels. '!roo 1 'will introduce .. high saw
ti this country and in 'Latin America. *V* method. the latest and best Spruce.. Pine Lucl.,
"* known to
:ty, will speak on the- relations 'of theUnited I Too Great'A Risk ,Tbe most complete I ,line of tooth brushM -,|J As soon as tbe new the profenlon. = B. REACH WeetPaim'Seaoh.: ; jIL.!*,

r States to South and Centrel 'A reliable remedy ,for bowetconi.: ..brlxtle goods' sn4 somba.wr seenin 'cao be had, ''and appliance! A -
I America. "The policy of the Unfred. taints should always be kept at band: Vest. Palm Beach, la.now displayed: :ptHaim' f :"ieotamadefor thefi proper' arrange: *, *\ ':
''he risk U too for to '&, Btoadweir installation.,' Mflf+ 'R fJ.l l y lrt etnntll
Btaten In conflicts Itetwecn Europe great anyone tak v pharmacy ,if. they will announce tbe Bay"'BI.s.c'a"yn' : :lAsntl! :}
Chamberlain' Colic.Cholera and Diartoea I essentials
,', and Latin 3-'H' :- +"rei->.-> *-F t i of tbe cWin7ronntak.( Jea0r.5torrtwldwl
Airiericft" Is one, topic ,to1' Remedy: never fall and when re- .Panama new departure \!,. !
,be dll.lcull/ltllraod will result Inconfideration uceel with water I. pie-Mitt, to take 'ft. _, -, \ .The office'win be'; '''all
l _
.open tbe
For ,''New importation Just,received. #
aeIelry' druggists. and;medicine .. 'An- ..
Venezuelan .
(the question,: .
dealer. bony.Bros. -, *)$: \ # Capital, $lSO: OO'e.;
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g-BOPlCAL SON WEST'l".tLH BEACIJ, FLORIDA, 'GV !:I)NF:SpA2.', APRIJ;; 8, ll U 03 3.

or ; "--- .---.. .- .___-__. .-. ---------------- ....._ _.. ,_____ __ .______ _______ h ...'" __ _
o H.NlN..AN.'e.O.MN. "No,'lab. Ah ain't got no Only ."Tentative." .

f| Happy <' r e? day never Ah want die. sah.to lee another sweetheart man to! Cow. Jennings: is becoming an artful fif-.;. .f : Sw__, JK4EGvafS.:.,. ... ., + ...

thIs There's a man In dodger. Wbou the contract, I leasing *, .
heart yore, town,as tried to break inch number of the State convict to Camp I 1 -
Hilltopt more." want to gee him no and West, was violated, the .governor'sartful

:Mr. Kyle Indulged explanation was that, the contract
t JAMES ALLISON of a.message to his the wife extravagance : was onIY"lenialtve." Now when be I.. Deposit yoU* Money in'

"Caught a .bird Uoine criticised for appolatjaj(/Toni' Weir aa J.
on the
..CO.lvrl/11i...+t...JDoYbV.I.... ,'So..Rlohardson....... ed.Promptly Mr. at 8:80 Magenta reappear Commissioner to the St. Louis Fairwhen '
vo Kyle observed with relief that he bad no aUlhorlt"to do- so, his (b B0wel SaOfitgs Banl
she was still sober. She wore the same explanation Is that the appointment V ( '
ot'-Mary Jane the Bron- vivid silk
Bs'tbe grace carried a large only "coUl >timeutar>"."-Whitl!-S i'lug ,
son Kyles were permitted to enjoy their telescope, which fairly bulged with her Herald.
Hilltop for wardrobe. But .
suburban borne Happy Bronson Kyle was not GF
three years. Then came the deluge. tbe man to quail before a shabby tele A Demonstration- of What Chamber. QF THE CITY OF NEW'yCRI; .
married the Iceman. Mr. scope-with
Jane a servant '
Mary remarks lIe thereto. lain's Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea' Chartered J34r Now has S4 OOO
Kyle made unpleasant about grasped th baggago and led the f Depositors.
the Iceman. Mrs. Kyle wept and gave\ way to the ear. At the ferry house he Remedy Can Do. ...
Mary Jane her wedding dress. \ bought several monthlies and weeklies "One! of our customers, a highly respected Assets, neatly 1*
hnadniHlds and half citizen of this bad been
During the next three-months a dozen evening papers He place,
came and handmaids went until had visions of the Bronson Kylos for ten years a sufferer front chronic
Evinced no surprise when the more dipping into literature once diarrhoeo," writes Walden & Martin, '$100,00,0,0,00.00>
Mr. Kyle
on the druggists, of Enterprise, Ala."" 'lIe had ,
In one week brought front porch while
third servant !Ju Magenta sang over nsed various patent preparations and
the soup. Patience censed to be a virtue the dishwashing In the kitchen. been treated 'physicians without any .. ( One Hundred Millions ) N .

however, when the latest acquisition He had just stooped to tuck his purchases permanent benefit. AJcw uionth ago All the to and areeld for the .
earnings belong benefit of
"118 w things' In tha'corner of the under the telescope straps when taking Cliamberlaln'a depositors. ,Th bank' is managed by 43 _
kitchen and In ber effort to dislodge he was' startled by an exclamation Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reuieeh Trustees,who give their services gratuitously. There are no dividends to anyone, except to depositor,
the obnoxious: Intruders"destroyed seven from Magentn. She was staring, and In a short tiirfe was entirely cured.

family fine cblim heirloom plates in,the four* form saucers of JT and: biuet a eyed sporting, at colored colori. wan The; newcomer arrayed In open true was the Many gentleman cltistenaffibf of this state'tient.Enterprise testify"to For the who sale truthfulness know by. : Deposits Received and Drafts Paid i ,by Mal.| ___

and wblte gravy \boat f plainly relieved at the sight of Magenta all dnllglatsand medicine dealers. Printed Instructions opening an account with this Bank will be forwarded to
Mrs Kyle sent the remains of the and twirled his cane jauntily. / "
gravy boat to a china repairer, cleaned "Ah'ro,been lookln' everywhere fer any person on application to The Bowery Savings Bank,
And closed the servant's room, hired a you Magenta. Ab wanted you far togo flint look pistols which wt're' '
128 and 130 New
boy to took after'the cellar and the Ores uptown an' buy that' lIk waist with 9"'v4rI: l by fJeorgp Washington are Bowery, York. C

in She 1 scored .a huccessiir' ber undertak "I done got mah waist," responded R NVILUAM 11. S. WOOD, l>re.ld.nt. a
ing. :Mr Kyle admitted that they hud Magenta In frosty tones, but plucking nitd iiiciilentiill.y to the iiettle- ( JOHN, t. SINCt.Aiit:4 rfar-PITssJrnf.; ROBERT B. WOOnWARD, M fla-Prntiltni. % ,. .
never lived BO economically and'sffMrell' : nervously, at the tips of her yellow kid ment (.r f an estate In Prince William a TRUSTEES.. :

but he watched his wife with growing gloves..' 'Ah reckon Ah kin get along County Virginia.; A writer in the JollH W. AlTKCM. JOKL II. KlIIIARIVT.KDWAHU MARK \\. ziacLAP. JOHN 3.SINCLAIR.
HtKllt IX: Al'lUIINOLOfM.liaiHHK 0 KAUI.KNKR ; qtr
diainay. She never had time to sit down 'thout your help man. Ah'ra goln' to Knnmis City Jouriml says tbat'thewenpona ,.'+Ji F. Ii Altar. RollBMT 1 >and chat with him. -The bloom.faded work for this yere gentleman's lady.'* which ".111 liMA vltl. P. HAi'UWTif.HKNnr CIIAI1I.K4 (Jr..PP"I ,1,1,1. .AM A. NAKU.WII.I.IAM DAVID 8. TABKK.CIIAHI.U '.
: are a perfectly ..
it. DKICLIN.I'HtKim OUNr K1.Lt1 ji lnnmT.H4HIltll II r niH>" II. TKNNKV
from her cheeks: three tiny' Itnya deepened Mr. Kyle had been gazing, fascinated, triiitcli l :
in bur forehead; and night found at the Bag pattern In the vest of this p ore possession V. .IIHOKAW.: UBUKUK K HirHaJ..HH I AAO B. HLATT.CJKOI10B \ of Miss Murstellcr J..,, \V. llnl.lllANlt.I'mnl it Hll'KX.''', II.JCOIIINHOM, I WILLIAM II A. WooD .1
her too tired to run Into town for a con rival for the services and society of Mpniiio{ who liven "'1 T < <..K. KlitlliRl, ,) M tins. lllCNRY A. ItlMlKHH. RODKHT B Wun"",..... .
cert or m, newest pll\$\ '< "- 'Magenta. Now he woke to 'action. In Washington. Home time before i "t ti I I"iW, ,' ..,lll'HWKI.r.,.el", 1NAIi NICC.<; !tcIio.A/lnon.r, .f'IHItrt,'I'H"Ali. ..(;HAHLB. H<:iunr
The heater"tyitJ been one of their pet "Come- WI, Magenta," he' remarked, his lentil, Genernl Washington pave; t4;o; ,ItY A. MWKMOIC; Cr.eprAo." ". WALTER COOOIMHALI, -....,. :
and Mr.'lyle missed It sorely picking up the unwieldy telescope. "We
the pistols to Mr. DuudrtilKP. frinBecretary ', 1 '
Gradually he fell tut_ the habit; want to catch this boat. "l/vet"lklwli;r + yr KB 1f4( C x'ri! > '111PM 7, ,,..'n, Are. ;
niiil when Mr. DamlrhlKe,
of stopping In town over -night wheq The colored man laid a detaining ,
something partlcu\ ly good Vas lon, hand on the telescope, died, th >y-were" ilinppw-d of tit public -----_._.-= ----- I-:->

pot, however without Buffering qualms "Oh Ah doun know about that. Ma- subs with\the rest of hi* i-ftects, 1I11f1. ..................................................... .j. ,
pf conscience at the thought of the devoted gonta here's mash wife, an' she donq' the direction of IltiBhroil \Vestiirrg. Choice -

wife and mother, Happy '111top. !- have to work In no man's'kitchen. Wpaea'bad ton ThegrniKl-frtMierjof, MJHK Mar; i H., 'L. HILLIER: i f
aAa trldln'
a deputation (this morilu1 )- '
for Mrs. Ky
| her self sacrifice. The woman-baa but Ah reckon It ain't comlq' to the clue time he left them to haw son, Meats. : WHOLESALB'; AND RETAIL : \ +

pot yet been born who does not enjoy PUI,\IV her leavUV pie. A.jiew waist Samuel A. MarBteMer, of' Prince .
playing the role of martyr to,dqnjostlcdutlcs er two alu't goln* to lake nor break I] William county VirKinin. Kunincl : TOBACCONISTCigars :
-<*fpr'' n, limited'period-but with pie s'loirft as the game's runnlu' I ICorne'rions .
gool1'l was thjR! father of Miss Moiintn, and! are always found at -
the approach pf spring she became laif- ,Magenta back home. | !
gold and listless, and >>1.'. Kyle, after ? Bronson Kyle realized that argument when he died, a short time ngo.one. : :Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes Etc., Etc. :

wiping/ dishes three consecutiveevenings : was futile. The ..boll rang sharply, and of her brothers! brought the pistols i MBER, BROS.Dealer.lt : x 'CANDIES 2
ana running tor his train on top of bo tuude B dash for the pier. When to her and nJriO that she "should, have ,
an 111 prepared breakfast' for two way across recalled their.. Other rell1 tI v.howpver.. : :

had mornings to be.doiie7"announced""" that something Btlll"that atrapped the magazines to Magenta's and papers telescope.were < hove iiiHi l te l upon forcing a Hale, of : Cold' Soda Lunches to Order During Season : '

"I'm not going, to.watch you fade Then be sighed. What matter, so longas the property left behind t'y'SlImlll'l Florida and Western Meats Ice Cream Soda ,--- .

away under my :very.eye., Mdlly.""he Magenta was with the telescope | nod a suit, with this end In view, has ** '.i 2 \'Ice Cream SUMINOI.K BrOCK, WEST"PAIM BEACH; : t1

When he stepped ott the train, be IIIIB been brought: in the circuit court POULTRY, EGOS BUTTER -' ...............e.................................... ..,I

made a bee line for the nearest real es .. .
( [ tate office.v of l'I'llIc9WlIIn.1II, county..Beauty ANDCHEESKFriiita ..

/. "Put Happy Hilltop on the.market. --- 'and'VBgotles CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida
Stultution-for sale or for rent, furnished 'And Strength.
or unfurnished. We're taking rooms desirable and Western Meals, 'Poultry Glance and Eggs.
Are You are strong nml
I 4II for the summer at Sea View, and In the PROMPT'iftt.IVOF. I 9I
Il when Mood Is
vigorous, your pure ALL OR- I Mail Order Receive Careful Attention. .. .
fall we take a flat to town. I Many-nay,,most-women, fail lo prop. .
Tbe real estate man smiled. Tlletiq'etas : erly digest their rood, and so hr>coi.. DFlf3 A SPECIALTYFABER Jefferson Block. WEST PALM BEACH.
i a gpod couimlsHlon! In ,fglt."Not \ pale, sallow, thin and weal, while the 1.101
the| 'least trouble, I assure you, brightness, f'eHbu""flalld beauty of tbe
Mr. Kyle beautiful location, delightful skin and complexion, depart Ketrfedy -
outlook; will be snapped up quickly." this unpleasant evil by eating nourishing : BROS.E. 1Y X3XS. X < < > .
food, and taking a small dose of CS.
i Mr. Kyle walked slowly down the Herbine alter each meal, to digest what SXSPeople
,]ftot1thet1n i
street. I you have eaten. SOC. -
"Makes uie feel like a bunko eteerer. .. .... .
I .--- M () ( ,
Heaven help 'ein If they expect to keep JRELSFItDReal I '
Who are thinking of building a winter home In
servants! Cures u\oaA\ Skin ;Troubles Cancer, I.
II ,j Blood Poison. Greatest Bloom Purl- EstatePALM Went Pill 111 Beach..-clioulci WRITE to
f fi ft' I .
i All Were Baffled. fief Fipa
blood l Is lain, diseased BROCK
\Votd your impure? J. M. M.
t I IS conies' from Wake, Ark. that hot or full of humors,. if you have BEACH FLA II. I-
Re.Jno. j. 'Coy'had a,strange fnalady I
L accompanied by yellow jaundice. -For blood poison, cancert varbnnces: | eating Votary Public: Cottages to Rent I. Architect and Builder ,
I sores, scrofula, eczema, Itchkiig ridings i
hough 12 years everything, physicians known were to.baffled the and and lumps, scabby, pimply\ skin bone .Olllce Holll h of PolnoUnn Hotel, for Plans and Specifications.Contracts for any size building, 4

.1 eosion was used tbe trouble remained.pro. pains, catarrh rbcutnatinni, or any whether hotel or private house, given personal' care and super-

One dav ho began to use plectHc Biters I blood or akin 'B.disease. take Botanic L. Vision. xAiMreoB, West Palm Beach, Florida. < )
Blood Balm (tu. .$ ) according to rOLEUONY TAR .
and for
lo a week, 4 changp\ ihe bet directions. Soon all sores, heal, aches
/ ter came: and, at length>e was entirely and pains stop, the blood In:. iiimle pine Cures Ootdsi Prevents Pneumonia .
J Cured. It's the most reliable medicine and rich, leaving the akin free from
for ;Liver and Kidney troubles. Only I
and the rich
eruption, giving glow -I
i'K and guaranteed by all\ -Druggists I of every perfdct health' to the skin. At the LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS If
--. ---- same time B. B B. improves the digestion
The Popular Clyde Lint! cures dy prp.ia strengthens weak 1 A. T. UOSi:. Proprietor. jt
I' dneys. Just toe medicine For old people A HEALTH POLICY'' Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish Koala, Row Uoats and Dfnghys

'rouriatlare-lt.iII !coming to Florida In, as it gives them new, vigorous Built to OHtfiy Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out/ '-
"AB'n BBKN LOOKIII'-BVKBTWHKBBS TKB great; numbers to escape the blizzardsof blond. Druggists $t per large bottle, The system .liIt from natural '
YOU, MAOBNTA." tHe wintry north and bask In Ibesun- 1 with directions for borne cure Simple caUsAd.. debilitated or run-down Boat Yards at AlangoaU.

.,said tactfully and'<< ollcl ou.IT", Ve'n shine t>f Florida. glance st the !lists free Balm and Cot, /Vtlnntii prepaid, On.by writing Describe Blood Irou- seasons'both In the changes spring are aud always full. a The talon : 10.18 tf P. O. addr B8 WEST PALM '{ ACU. FLA

bav* a girl or rent the bones furnished of Clyde Line arrivals will( ( shovy, that( tile and special free medical advice also the human organism. The '
II ADd 'P.fnd the lurnrjKT at Beat VItW! {!:.': this popular line tsdoiPg avery large sent in sealed letter. B. B B. is especially blood becomes Impure in' the '
"d t'kftl;' '.' illrll" #l1r,1 \,1$qra. share of the business. And why advised for chronic deep-seated and vitality lugs In the fall. -1
Kyle faraway took II)' her eyed. -' canes of !impure blood and akin disease, prlogi e care,, a little assistance+ Oillce -and MuleN- Nu ,,,
"Yel,n maintained Mr. Kyle wltb tile honldn'v'theyT Their ships are the and cures after all .else fails. and nature will do the rest, as it ia Ua.rous( tULiVA JELLY f rooin.4lt IVrilny
assurance of' Inexperience. "I ball finest plying the 'Atlantic Coast, state .- always trying to maintain 1tb: OIIUVM ,Nt JucklOoltvlJle. ;,
hire tbe girl this time., Watch me." rooms elegant, and their tables are always Set the Example Frequently the weakest organ Wtfl Jelly _SANDY Brunch 8lnr... .ad Alivn
From that ''day Branson Kyle became supplied with the very best, ofeerylblng'iD show toe igost Qliibrder, and thisoneti [I (111.A'Irs...In.'. llTuwDii.. uu Kucl
a familiar'fgureIntelligence, 'otces.Re the northern and southern Bishop Hamilton of the M. 1$. Church, leAda to debilitated wrong.treatment.for conditions -
also advertised liberally.Desirable markets. :The, traveling\ public Forth, suraeatrf'flQd: heartily advocates of spring ojr fall, ,or any other Quick J- .
R'rls'' "pbJ.k4ed{ ? ; |to.I 1. \lgdron :ter.l1.f.f4;', how a good, thing when .t they| see 'it.{ th,intern, rriltje of whites-aud. blacla time, for that matter the right We Ship Always in Stock
f I! VIPIr the. cltr.I r. tClle waA f ---....-- .- as the only solution of the race problem thing to'do Is to build[ up the
ttt0 yIeld to'dei/palr\ 'Wbeu\Magents a I I The bishopshould practice what be whole system.'It-Is not your; stoia< -
(Seared bn the scene.' '..' '.u ;' You Know What You Are Taking preaches.-Madison Recorder sob, or liver or'perves lone that :liaaneh SuppliesAUTO
Gorgeous lu'a white pique skirt'and a When yon .take Grove's Tasteless o ,use tbd trtonblej I you are weak.
blue the formula Is ,iied"aU over and must have re- I "*
silk waist, figured la hug yellow Chill Tonic because

roses, fch< e*>l W; plaster! .ofCfttpfcT plainly! printed! ; on every bottle bowing Walks! Wi\h"Wt\ Crwuhss. newed rip. .strength ir L_ and you vitality.cannot get These BO SPARKERS GENERATORS t
Hilltop. Her references were "AL: that' i\ Is sfmpiy/ :fan earl gulnlne |10 a I was much afflicted with icietlca, surely or EDISON Le : BATTERIES DRY BATTERIES
SbB)\ was pear /tfl! pp arano.;'deft'Mdjulet'tn tasteless form. NO cure, No pays 3<>cts writes Kd. C. Nud, Towavllle. Sedgwick Y/@r Safely as by y.pluy LANDS'. -
Co Kan., "going about on crutches aDd '
wovepabpta.but try reaebU' 0 SPARK COILS WET BATTERIES
-- --
Varlouli suffering a deal of pain. I wail Inducedto Ir
bitter' experiences\ "Mr: ; Kyi* 4 1 Dr. IHARTER'AIRON
Noticed? Ballard's Snow J.1nlmeotblcbrellevelme.
1Ioas Have try I What da you need t -
There must become
reason for thlgirl'a .anxlety; : to bury! The date on the label ol yourpapers.- Ills the RreateaHiotnient. I! used\ three| socbpltlea ever\ << used" : TONICWhen ).\Ve have Don't It I let launch lie idle. .C "
Herself J
In a suburban kitchen__ It tells you just to what time your subscription \have recomni'u'ded\ \ it -to number ol use Dr. Harter's Iron 'Write your us-Wire U_ soma to see us.
.-:To understand, a) youerefjif' :- has been )pajdv" AH)\ subapr\ \ { \{hera njrtioiia.. all e.prei themselves ois being Tonlo' you you are 'helping ft rtintp\'
Marenta. Nh' mab name ( Mt.feo't : 'date bhaogeil: "' after benenfted by It. I how walk without he, of. ', oC "
Ihollll1 see that the\ deal ,vigor. every 41 Wen FLORIDA ELECTRICAL COMPANYJACKSONVILLE
:: MI"" .L\1l1\ :1:1: should crulches.'able to >perform> a great four ,
'VV'e11' || sending. their Venuttance, and of Hunt labor otf tbe farm." zjo SOC, betty't\ are, cleansing ant +
Magenta \ '
you ugderstand out, Is1 changed.f } & blood) you are uW'-'Porsytho $t. FLA' s
ome'1. notify' this office. If It not so and Ji.oo a9:31, ,.
torti nNtlutestdd trod'town; ::: J.I .!-- -- _....---.: strengthening your stomach and
and It will cost yon nearly dollar every -, noreaslng the digestive fluids; you
time you come tar. I 'Perfumery-the' best made-at H lm KtppendoLadles| 'Shoe-K An. are building up and renewing the '
"Ye, sah." I'a tf' activity of your''kidney. and liver; .J. M 1
responded Magenfa.With & Bfos1i eLLE
.yer a sigh. .AU. ,. 1 \ 'r. nTIl'cf' .... thouy's. __ and you are feeding earl'VU'i-i, [ E' .
'Tbat'sep'tww"M ..1" log uerYP "su, em.011( -
your. \ Ayll\
apt in
r, "* *ij" 9"r o ratsi' ) Vttla' ,y;ere fc Q1ftt :'CO catttut : Jo tbte: without Hefting ., .,.:: BUII.DEK: _t' '
s ....
."S'f r is Ah !ken. ,4ie II', tQab life Ip this' ,ere town.. Ab" let's Iroi l Ton'o' without doing it. ,,',.. PLANS AND SracIPIcA7,IOAa FURS'ISHBD ON AJ'pf.tC-\TION .,-.

sever dlncaltyrMr.KyloR.s I! p' / ; .OUR SPECIJtL T 'I WEST" Lr.-l'UHA<;n. > .. .. .* FLORIDA
.Ith .' uppressed 1"t : CHIOAOO Jia, No,,SB, It101.Tal .J f ,
;S chuckle of h4umpb::."'II, toW his n w e 1Ir. fTnrt*+.JlfntMn. (b..CovftMi 0. Class" '
: : Pines ..It..lJnIfJYroOoft1. High; Photography
0.14'1'1 un
rervlnrWa/dto/ ': ;
petRfB fit ": -all! !rF :Pa6y-EaSt'tOOaSt.. mend Dr. Barter's (Iron TonliV as I *
'p14n.I! 11pt! .1 he reached tue. floor. \ IrrSly bellevs It Is the beat ",..,,1000 tti. .
1141 rle.\ tboug t ,.,IiJ i}'.!14brou Vine .Street. Philadelphia tnwke. lo-day.' Even, b spring In .need and otonlotitnii fallOJ' a "' '
f : $} xt4 tjttem Mams to Oap'UldFk is' .Unexcelled
In. < ,
PF" for the.piMt. tbrm yeses I

h wnli he p atta atlf i:tY+111'lw""ilal'a;tm 'Flotlda and 'Grap'e-Frult: *' *bave.7r.taken.a"' "bottl HON.71a ofictN4wdJ'.I'roar tonlo' twine 'A. l gl't'L.t au ll Il1l' an printing for
raq't i.a I s .Uieal..b .... x rioiiveicS'(of )t Oranges JwqzoOeaso,'.. : ,; yetp and ,!4
.nude "J to Cba:' >>!te'lour mind-T V beforetre Trf SF LOCATED k I 11I1I.I.. III". CJtliuIItJOo'loV". \:+ A Amateur* Promptly'Doi e' .
-,( ". "".......!"*.> ._- oRVyfS ; ou.hlsUeUo Vl- k"1O/SALlP.1ll! v.a"W.EkL; "
., ) .. & ;
... : ArnMlr'nll'+ s.tall Sthl dt schlntti'Blcim WestPaiin'Beach
l 'f I itlih :
,siS. Rff' hIu: '"'"Uk.."'"II'8D". kJles atlSt.ntoaTerraCeilie: Enos &.Stanton_ LimooiS1 1"1"" 4" t ." ? ,'. .. ,6,), ( : ( yA t

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A, v i ; '! rR enu..ans+san.ny.j La1 ww,+M"a+n. s.w.fn.l..i.rc--'.":;", 'weeecewse Aw..wexav...."'r.-"'. i,........".,-jIIjI.'u": A
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Quotations t SEABOARD Southern Railway ,.. .".' ,"''j\'"'ky'n! s ".

'\, I,?, ** I"',: ..

We East Coast .
\ Quote prices In Connection with Florida rm4.' !

I., "' as follows until '-l if W '. :
t (
further. notice: SPECIAL SERVICE -,' V-TC kfJMrfe.; '..
J!, NojaNoTjjSNu Ite4TW1G1tN' Afi JgMJ I.k. wNU NSW VOKK ulp NODI NUIW .'.r"Yi.i;,*>,
r tl46a'LvJ.ckoonvtlle' rri&n,6hern Rullwny.--fir Y .fl|
Kerosene..:... .. .....as cents per Gallon To and from FLORIDA 11 sap Sun IYSUp 4 m/p 12 11n 1,1 Mavannall, Uc. I Soul hern Knllwny... ....... ..........Ar A loa IU IOU 3 UDI|
Y ISH IS SB it IHU|) Charlotte, N, C..ISouthern Kuliw >, -: Snt
'; i Uasollne................:aj a .. uS gfipTTSop I 85.s I Ar Itlydmtntd,Ga;; ; 3F uuthoro ituilwe....... ......... ,Lv 117 lap II 06 tI
,E1Fectlvo JanuAry 12, 1003 I 10 Iftu 'T141u IiWwxGln'gtoli tlniiway ......v 0611 0911 ii pII
I'lV i mini*ic i n
DIp UXAa. 1400 Ar MI.I* t>eiin yrvanla Railroad.,....,.. ..).V tttta SSp < ; sNr
GALLON 3 Olln 180 It iOu I Ar Belthnue lda. pa PmmIvaniuRellroad.., ....,, ... .L.V 8 DDK/ 81Up Hu5iNo | "-d ., 1t
"; S GASOLINE IN FIVE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED 41 inn 418 14H|> Ar New York, !*. V I'Pennsylvania Knilroml...............Lv III ma laup II 841))) +,

\ LOTS, ., $'.1' .. Ol and Ht-f Tbo Bouthem Palm 1-linltuil." Art vu. dully axoepc )ftlonilay i loavw ,'u"I' ,' tit
N0. YI dally except SUIKlllVi.
D.411.YLv NOD. HU and il4-Vx.w York and Florliln Kiproiia." Daily lilulnif CMM.Json. .
:; OIL IN FIVE OALLON LOTS $...10r' -i UK itnU IH)" Wmluntiton*ud florian Un.ltoil," Dally '. ,

New York (tWatSHrd I No 6 0l lswee' Jae rout l e and t to ue t and 11 ant | Nn JA _No Yr it
I lit,) ..............I'.on. R. R 11 II mLvNew I "Villa) TMJTCv luokKjuvilio.VU. Southern R wsY .,. ...... ..... A NSla HOBIlOllp| Jft ,
: Larger quantities York (Drab .. 8 Asp Ylwx( At Macon,Ua......,...'..... 14nuthern Red way ............ ................ ... by IIUa
:' t at lower prices... Lv t'hhadelplda.nd fort..1St.....)............... IHt1l 1 00 pm pmt tt 4ltp lap 046 ft'Ata Ar Ar Chattanooga Atlanta, Ga,..lv..,nn786u ....,., Southern Soother. Katlw..y ................. ..... .... Lv 108411,1WllCO ir.pi UixutU

1 h 44 t Unllimure. .. .t 6 40 pm j Mlu l| Ar Cincinnati._ OIllu.J.. Quint& Crercen ......Lvtt 81u p
: Wrnhhtglon., ; :::::..::.::::.Wuth.Run. I00potLv '

I'' 'r J 'Warehouse on Clematis Avenue, West Ar ItlchlllondM.lo Hend r on..........tlt""S....... .0\"L. Ry. f 10 11O.m 11II1"0 6 88ttu''| 8Ufirt T lOu(Archicago, Cllicluuntl., lii yhio..,....,..,.,..,,|BIt Rfg| Y'unr Four ....... ..,,. ...,....... .............. ?Lv Art a 7 511,1 NUhp 1 imp .'u' ,

; of 1111I.iv Ar Raleleh ('ohnooa' Ill).. .". a> >SI atn 9 Iliatmip 8 'Ul|>|Lv ClnclnuattOlilo.--.....rPenn>ylvanlii1itie>.. ....... ........... 'I 06a HOOploooa 1 1f :
Ar Southern tine.......... f. 11.m T lliiajAr Chicago, III v..Penan yl'niiii Ltnet. ..,.ArN41'
e l Ar Ilantlet :: .. : 61.ntI. 'Hui'L H 4f.p I cTncJiin tl. Ohio...... C. H.& Motion.., ...............Ar| 740U H imp ,t,. f
., ::::::::::::::::::::: W.mArCnm4eo > ) ,
llmulet .
........ .. a 601 T Sill.!AT Chic. a. Ill,,,,,,,,,,,,, C. H. A ii. -Motion ,,. Lv 11 Kin
FRANK C. GARDNER & CO. ,\ Columbin\ (o.l.rn 11116.10r Y Suit U 45t, t,, Cute Uuti, Ohio C.H. ,t l>.-Michlv i.entri ...... ........ ? Ari ii lion 7 46px
t Time).................. 11.m lop 6 lIm Ar Toledo,Ohio C H. !>.- MluhlKim fenlrnlC. ....................Lv I II 601' Y Ir1
I.v Coluutbhl (('enlralTitne 4 80)) 30B,Ar Detroit.M lch? ., .H. & 0.-Mli'limitn Ceniriil ........... ...L, le 00111 B1p
) .............. II !IInmAr tv Cincinnati, Ohio.. .. An cam 6SIj.
f A.v.nnob ..-................ .. 1)46amArThnutuaun ) 6 U/pj coop r Pttmburgr P., ... i'cnnBylvunla Inun.ylvanll I.IIUM dune .... ... ... N S IONS IN,
L. A. WILLSON (for 111 IfOp f.rlwtlonniylhh, urjF ... ... .. .. Ar Oam Mlp9Nt
.......... Ill 24.mArJocksonvtlle
tlrullRwlck .. ........... .. ..
I ... ........... I20pm / 44lnAr'IevelatuiUhlo| ,... Fun' .. Lv UII.l2Al.
: rl MASUITACTOUEUOr! Lv J.Ckunvllle..F. E. C.Ry I 110 pm T l4Iu f.v Loxlniton, ly..r. (ri Southern Riillwiiyaouthern ..... .. ..... ...... At 1046110 rip ,
Ar 80 Augu.lIn......"...... sal. pm 10 Slit N Inpl Ar Imupvllle. Ky .. Railway( . .... .. Lv 74440 7 SOP .
Ir ... Ar Ht Loulis Mo. lAouthein Runway ,,, 1.1 1004 NWn
t Boots and Shoes I Wl > I.vv l.eiingnm, Hoathorn Rallwny ... .... .... .. ... .. ..A U41a .
| y ? > hr nN ,
.. B'Hip tr l wlnvillo, Ky ....,, Henn SEABOARD 'NEW YORK LIMITED ..,., illy, < ( hionuo, III., ..., Jj.* on.ylvanl Line* ... ......... .. .....Lv 840UINoa. ..

-.- and "Chirnno and Florida Special" arrives dally exoopt-Moiulny.; leaven
x41 e4 Watch
: ... NOILTIIIIOUND UAILYLv dally exneut Sunday!, IHnlnit Uara, thisspace4Ioinew: schedule
/ Noi 18 and 14-Tlio riorula Lirnlted."dully. Dining Caro "- tinw 'iTHf-tlj .*
Repairing( In All Kinds of Leather
!" It 1108111 Through.. .an.I. of TliHky. |No Wl So |.Ni> iNiR.t.| J'vllla J> K U |Nn HIN'oyT 4 of the .
AL P. E: c.lty lOpm ? """"" w"" TI. *T TT< TT r !T T-rTrT 7T TrT rTrTT rTT ,
.. Goods Neatly Done. Ar Ji.ckonvllle. 11UpmIv 7 w1 (.v JackHouviUe, Southern IL)'.. Ar U Slit U Mini' 7 4..p Uv J'villu,Ho, liy, Ar IHiairMarain or.p .., .
Jack"onville: :::.7.':::::::.. S.;L.1\y 1SUpm:: 1414n Cv savannahs .. Southern Ry ..Ar 6 ION SILO 8 W. ,So, Ky, I.vAr 1 lila 1 Wp (
I 1 Lv 'I'II.'mooo' ((ror. 1 kIp Ar A.hvill. southern Hy ..I.v 4 Hip (11 I !lil|> 1 laJllf.H Atlanta, R0Ity I.VAr OBCp 10 4r>a "
nnm.w ck........._ f 8 OUpmr. Sl )I Ar Hot Bprinan,... Southern Ay..Lv 1541a 11 4an Ulr'oiiin, etn. Ityl.vArMemiihlHKriwoLv 4 I lap liaiipNoa.18
., Savannah................... I Wpm 8168 Ar Cincinnati,Q. fit N Ian
: i Indian Tanned Buckskin Ar Columbia (Central | Y Ina Ar KaiiClty.Kri col.v 4Sm
'J'hne).. .......... ..... e :lQpmI.v and !4-"The Florida LlmltflU." Imlly, Dining Cara.U. .
Colllmbia Enmern'lltnel
(................... :. g 1IIIpm .V. VARY Diatrlet Panaenger Agent, 1OH W. Hay St.Jaekannvlll. Vim. '
and Horsehide_ Shoes I.e'amden. .... ............... 10 14pm Florida EasfGoast
Ar Ilantlel... ........ .... ... 1Oll.m/ -
1.. lI..ml...............,....... Ii 011 aID
Lv tlolllhero '.1......... ..... (1llINamI.v
FOR TENDER FEET Raleigh (.Iohuoon St) 18n.mLv 1
IIl1nd roon.................?. r /Nam
Ar IUchlllond (Maui 141))... 8 'OamAr
"' Olive St, North or New Jefferson Block W.Rhl..Rloo.Vuh.l'lou' JO lOam
A r 1I0ltluore, ... ............I..uo.R. b 11 2IIom Railway
Ar .hll..elphl............... I8apm i i1111
Ar New York (lleob.Ar .
.and l'ort..Ll..""" l8pmIlir" .. ', ... .
New York Wet! / .. \ : :''-.
rr The OnlyUpholsterer $L..............,... 8 Upm -- ; -, .., &",;iii.\: \""'' 1i/o/:' t
'.. '+4.
.. \ 'V ;
t The Seaboard Plo..lda Llmltsd end the. ", '1D.. -9iw' -' ".":* ..."., V "i "".
Seaboard New York Limited comd en.tlrely 0 '. :...' ',I' .
of new and up to-date .' '. ", ;
mend between New: York /Utl.IO AugtmYlne: !:; 5l//: "" .
u rollnwM' 'ullm..n 1"II'R ('ar l.onb) d"u ," ;ifI..,' !.. "I'! '
J IN WEST PALM BEACH Roost eleePhtg C.r: Compartouul "." .t ):"< ( ;I" >
gd"O -
I.I lI 'J ,.... .,f'.f.diiF.' t
4 t I am prepared to do all kinds t.ar.C.. 8. RYAN, ry rh r ; ) "
/ ,
Ueo.II......Alent. I
of mattresses rort.tnouthVa. 5: "' .:'v :' (
upholstering, carpets, ? ,
4 I '.... tf., "\ "f'i'' .' V.

awnings and furni- ', 'r-r"., ."..rNV'Y/r...., /:,. '
ture, In the latest and most ,, f.
t \ .,. .
;iiI. :,
a; Approved methods. .. .',
r ,r Louisville &Nashvillo sRAILROADFirstClass '4 ." lI .of:. <, .
'. '. }
?1. O. W. WILSON '\/ .

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1''i' '; P. O. Box 141 .. {

l a West Palm Beach. Florida air. 14 a- I "
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and QuickSchedules ; Sailings Between ,.

Farmers. .
SailinJACKSONVltLB Jsy ,
to :&W YORK trot; t ".
Birmingham, Nashville, Calling at Charlealnu, R.C., botn wets. .. ;. ';

Your Produce Louisville Cincinnati THE CLYDE) NEW ENGLAND AND SOLTIIEKN LINES t 1i

St; Louis and all points Direct Service BetweeL : ,
I We are the largest handlers r N1. s
r of Florida fruits and
Mobile New Orleans and all ANp EASTERN POINTS. '
f 4 i blell! In the South. Points Southwest. Calling it Charleston both way ,, ,;..:.' .iII,"."

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'7 Promptly Nashville ah o4! by all Railroad\ Con- Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville When You Need: i :;7
pon Ticket Agents i iQ FWi.d"

{r We Handle Fish of all ){i1 ds. For schedules, ra.tea AAd IiIeeflaf'r.F, : CLYDR ST.' JOHNS RIVER LINE :

:' rOfervationsJ, apply to gejween Jacksonville and Sanford. Mantels Tiling and Grates 11
r. Quotations lent weekly. ,
J. FLEMING, Slopping at Palatka, Aai.r, Si. Franols, Bereslord (DeLind) ,
: Send for stencil. Intermediate Landless pq tt0 St, River
plorida Pawenger A/eot L. & N. R. R. johns/
South XJs\Vest Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Steamer Write'us for" $
t .' Georgia Produce Co "CITY '
Ifit C. L. STONE. Qf JACKSONVILLE' Catalogue: Varj4 Pricey l

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-- Leaves Jacksonville IS APPOINTED 3UtO p. mi TO: euodavg SAIL AS,FOI.I.OWS Tueadaya: and Thursday FLORIDA' BUIUI1 SUPPLY 00.JACKSONVILLE
W. H ARTSON eaves Sanford 93U; a. m. Mondays, VVedneedaya and Fridays I I0 ..

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Shop on Olive St. Wed Pulm Beach General Pasienflei and Ticket Office. 204 W, Bay St? Jacksonville

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JOHN I,, IIUWAItDduprrhtten.lene; Fun) Iingnn Ni daek.onvllle, fl"IRo, .
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Famous ij :
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Elastic Paint
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.Repairing; or smokestacks, iron fences ud all, JRLIP2.SAVANNAH. : -LINE. E.AILxTP.s..Y1'0& '

-- Dock Building.Call exposed metal. "CHICAGO ,and FLORIDA L"f h 'ITEDi'; -


.. PHILADELPHIA, NEW' YORK Leave St. Augustine 8:00: .a.. m.., Jacksonville, 9DS: a. ni, ,'<
M. J. YARBOROUCH +"r PalI.tSrLrHK9i'r.erJhe! standard of perfection In service, consisting of ';

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1 Bowling ,AlleyNow i exclusively'The Seaboard of Pullman New lork Equipment: Limited-Dining la a vestlbuled? Compartment train, compote Drawl _i RftrwgEN; }|4KspNyriLi( ( $ slyly' ,. swYpkic1ve /;

Room aiaepers and Observation' Car, operated solid St. Augustine and i St. Augustine 6:40: a. in., Jacksonville 8-35: as. -r1t\ug] \ Ealmo Rra' ;"" '

r>pen t Lhe pUbliC., Jacksonville New. York:' via Washington" l leaving St'Angustlne! 12-10: .jiPg-Room, SlKplojr and Pinln| C4t r,'!tl ''*

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f Ladles are welcome. known as the Seaboard Floricla:Lfmlted. reservations and Information apply.to Agent.;o"writ.

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MAJORITY completely under his dominion that troduced to which two or three of the as to the moral, elevating and beneficial every day's delay was. dangerous and

THE she would sign, without reading any members made objection .refletlng Influences surrounding tbe University they knew it. A pistol at the bead

papers which be would prepare. Mr. upon Mr. Stetson. Rev. David,Moore its officers, teachers, pupils could be no more Imperative The ,

Stetson demaded that the Trustees stated that. upon the question of and the community which it 1.. located wages of tbe men were not raised by

TRUSTEES'! should attend the meeting called guilt or Innocence, he was glad to vote and the prospect of a great Mr. Stetson except possibly slightly !'

SIDE July 3rd, and to REMOVE Dr. Forbes.. for Dr. Forbes complete vindication and succeusfuifuture for1 the Institution In one instance. The University paid

There being ho evidence to warrant but requested a modification o'alito in encouraging the highest de. Mr. Stetson over (2,000 on account: "of 41

such a course, and flndlng that they reflect upon no one. Mr. H, A. De-; gree. labor and material on Science Hall

would not do so, a compromise wag Land tnade'' the same statement and !Manic of Trvstsct Present U Person. and the steam plant.

proposed, Mr. Stetson agreeing tbat requested and urged that the objectionable Fourthly. Mr. Stetson refused to'
OF THE FIGHT Dr. Forbes should remain as president sentences be eliminated The members of the Board at the iY
HISTOBY AGAINST meeting follows sign the papers for the purchase of
were as :
but insisting that be should that the vote might be
resign as unanimous. John Stetson the Winters property, though; be admitted ,
B. Pa.
PRESIDENT FORBES. treasurer and that the! July meeting(. Dr. Forbes .arose and requested' the ( Asnbourne. that the bargain was a good ',,1
be cancelled. .Board tojitrike out'the objectionable president); S. B. Wright secretary, une dt
DeLand, Fla; John F. Forbes, treasurer
Stetson Agrees for Forbes Stay section as he had no wish tolnjure DeLand Fifthly. He has so far refused to
Flat H. A. DeLand
It was understood that tbe settlement Mr. Stetson. Falrport N. Y-TRev; David Moore give a deed to any part of the lot on 1'J
or Facts Dating from the ,. ,
presentation Beginning of Upon motion duly -carried the resolutions which Hall stands be
as agreed to, implied and was, a D. D., Geneva, N. Y.; Rev. R. S. Mac. though ;

the Difference, Showing Despicable Methods: vindication of Dr.Forbes,and a belief The were taken'.uP "I riatla," Arthur,,D. D., New York, N.'V.1aev, originally agreed to1 give the whole

in his Innocence, and the matter wa* preamble w e..thelf dopte'd.Section W. N. five acres.
Chaudoln, D. D., LaOrange, '
Resorted to By His EnemIes.IN considered Anally closed. The Board one was read ann adopted. Fla.; E. O. Painter, DeLand, Via.", Sixthly. In the Interview. with.Mr, (s'

meeting/ was cancelled and the)resignation Section 2 was altered"apd# adopted. James S. Turner Levyvllle, Fla.; H. Stetson printed In tbe ,Philadelphia

VIEW of the gross nilsreprcnen. Dr Forbes, being worn out in both of Dr. Forbes as treasurer was forwarded Section 3 was adopted as first read.' B. Stevens, DeLand, Fla.; Rev.Thomas North American, Mr. Stetson plainly
.. body and mind to Mr. Stetson ai president Section 4 was then altered and adopt :2. states tbat he has abandoned tbe University '
which have: been so persistently i and burdened with Sparkman, DeLand, Fla.; Theodore
tatlons forced upon the public, concerning ';!worry over Mrs. Forbes condition, of the board, and all other conditions! ed. A motion then .being made to C. Search, Philadelphia Pa.; J. that be made baste to cut It

of the Imposed Dr. Forbes com. adopt as a whole, Dr. Moore stated T. Clake DeLand 'Fla. out of bis will,.attempted to blackenthe
the action of the trustee accepted offer as a generous one upon were ; Rev. Wm. '
that. he could not vQte'fortb t motion name of Dr. Forbes, and Insulted ,
and in faith plied with. H. Stewart Fla. H
University regarding the good wrote his tentative DeLand ; William S.
the Stetson as, In his opinion, the'first section his colleagues on the board by saying It
with Mr. Stetson, and believing resignation and returned to DeLand. Tbe "Nigger In the W. dpll ." Jennings; Tallahassee Fla.; Frank J.
controversy as adopted contained language that the boar action
was simply a
longer silence on their The Doctor Withdraws It soon that the Longdon, DeLand, Fla.; D. U. Fletch
Hesitation apparent
reflecting upon Mr. Stetson.: ,Mr. T.I I whitewash.'r"' ,
part has ceased to be a virtue, the 1: Upon Dr. Forbes arrival in De. Stetsons were not abiding by the C. Search asked Dr. Moore If he would White Jacksonville, Fla.; B. F. Camp, And yet it is said that tbe majority ,c '
Law De-
Fla. B.
tbe-loUow- Springs; ; J. ,
Trustees herewith present Land he found, Instead of the cold reception agreement,"but their agents and their vote for the resolutions It the, first of tbe board are knifing Mr. Stetson. 't00000oooooooooooooooeoooo0
tag statement of the facts' and cir be had been lead to expect, attorneys were working harder than section'was stricken out, to which he ; E. B. Solomon, Dayton, .
cum.tances, and ask a fair and 1m- hat faculty, students 'and townspeople ever to overthrow Dr. Forbes and replied "yes." Mr. DeLand gave the ; s

partial consideration. generally greeted him cordiallyand showed by the methods employed that same answer to the same questionswhen Stetson peeks to Avoid the Issue. g Just a Few f ',

Demand for Investigation. assured him In no'meaeured terms they were determined to accomplish\ a motion was made and carried It bas been ,circulated broadcastover

First of their aympbathy and support. This, that purpse, if possible, and at any that the vote by which tbe first sec the land that Mr. Stetson has demanded O Terse Facts 8 O

Early In February, 1002, Mr. Stetson coupled with the ne"ltbaUlnForbe cost. tion was adopted be reconsidered and an Investigation! which has ooooooooooooooooooooooooooIT

Informed Dr. Forbes that rumors connectionwith concerning condition was improving, caused President Again Demands Invmttgation it be stricken out. The resolutions been opposed. and refused by the Trus IS Impowilblu. to reply): to the many mid"

Dr. Forbes, In the doctor to change his mind regarding Dr. Forbes then demanded that the were then renumbered and a motionto tees. We wish to emphasize the reprematatloDi and falsehoods olreu,4

Mrs. Mathes, a member of-the a leave of absence and he decided secretary call another meeting of the adopt asa whole was made and was statement that tbe facts as shown Utad through the press nod otherwise. bus

faculty, bad been brought to, his to withdraw his tentative re*. Board of Trustees, and demanded put by tbe president, both the ''ayes" above olearlylndlcate that no Investigation there unprejudiced. are.some facU thinking that cannot people.It .be Ignoredby

notice. Dr. Forbes was astounded at I ignatlon and at once resume his again at tbe hands of the Hoard a and "nays" being called'for, There was asked or desired by Mr. I is a fact that early la the btrlnnlntr of

such a suggestion and at once de- work. lIe wrote Mr. Stetson statinghis full and complete Investigation of being no negative votes, the resolution Stetson and when a meeting was thin trouble, when there was no sandal

. manded an Investigation and at the change of plan and received In the rumor., gossip, etc., although were dec1ard'carried unanimously. -, called at tbe demand of Dr. Forbes abroad.Mr. Btetanus attorneys soarobed the
over hunting sonuitbtaf that
declared the rumors ut- country theycould
lame time reply a letter from Mr. Stetson sayIng twice passed upon by committees of I for an Investigation Mr. Stetson attempted use to blacken. the character of Dr.

terly false. that BB: bad not changed HIS Mr. Stetson's own choosing and both At the meeting February when to sweep It aside by calling Yur bM. They took special palm to rive their

Action not being taken as promptly mind and that he should expect Dr. exonerating Dr. Forbes. Dr. Forbes the correctness of this. record wan another meeting to meet thirty minutes o-oalled testimony to all wbo would read It.

as Dr. Forbes wished, be expressed his Forbes to move his effects from the wrote Mr. Stetson a personal letterin questioned the members present; and earlier and in the report made ;though the subsequent Investigation much
Intention of calling a meeting of the objecting to the record were several by him to the Trustee which lie asked of It was .proven untrue and entirely openthrown
house at the end of the year. The connection! with this call for a by oral penonal testimony. Mr. Stet

full Board of Trusteesdemanding a doctor consulted with some of the meeting, saying that he,had called times asked, if they or any of them them to consider, he expressly stated BOn does not claim that he was hunting facto [

verdict at their hands. The ex pres. local Trustees and they all advised tbe meeting expressly to have, the voted a single negative' at the time "no investigation was necessary." to bring before the Hoard of Truitteee In atffaoneet h

lion of this Intention resulted la" the' him to withdraw his tentative resignation alleged matter against his character, and no one claimed or could claim that Mr. Stetson has and does now demandDr. for Itiveatlgatlou defenue In ease,but of that prosecution.he was preparing .Th."

appointment by Mr. Stetson of a In Mr. Stetson's in such a vote was cast. Forbes' removal not alleging any )
at once, which he did. Information possession, fully question naturally arkteet If Mr. Stetson bad
committee composed of Mr. Stetson! came to Doctor Forbes that vestigated. The secretary then Issued During the discussion at tbe time wrongdoing, but claiming it as a mat.ter'of done nothing but his simple duty; In this ease,

Rev. Mr. Stewart of Delano";and Dr. Doctor Foster bad been sent for a call for a full meeting of the the resolutions were under consideration expediency because of the widepubllcatl.Qn why did he fear pruwoutlunf 1

Foster of the University Chicago. to come to Philadelphia and had Board to be, held at 7:30 |.. m., on In the September meeting,.not a given to the slanderous' It II to au publish unheard-of his testimony proportion to the for world an attorney -before

Allot the principals and witnesses been shown the resignation. Upon Thursday, September 18th, 1902., Immediately single remark wall made by any' ,of the reports by his own attorneys and going Into court. ,' '

appeared before this committee at bis return to Chicago, Dr. Foster retailed upon receipt of this call, speakers other than complimentary agents. It la a tact that Mr. Btetson demanded the

the College Arms on the 19th of the entire matter to Dr. Harper Mr. Utetsonas: president of the Board, to Dr. Forbes and all 'expressed,,, a belief President Forbes. Shall Remain.It resignation of Dr. Forbes and was hiking

March, 1902. AU were asked to tell and prepared him for a visit by Issued a call for another meeting to in his Innocence. Is believed by the Board of Trustees steps to secure his successor before consulting
with the Hoard of Trustees, with the
or even ,
knew both of hearsay
all that they Mrs. Stetson, who soon went to see be. held the same day and place at 7 Renolations Full., that Mr. Stetson has been deter. Bxeoutlve Committee,sod In fact the matter t '

and rumor and at the conclusion, were him. Mrs. Stetson told Dr. Harper p. m. (a half hour earlier). The resolutions as finally adoptedare mined from tbe first to remove Dr. was not brought to their attention until

asked If they had told all that they that they had tbe resignation (ob- Resort to "Corporation Tactics." as follows: Forbes at all hawards, and being unable It was done by Dr. Forbes

knew. At the close'' of the Investigation tained under a pledge of secrecy) and that it lntended""by WHEREAS, 'Certain rumors have to do so, has, through his attorneys It Is a fact that at the meeting called by Dr.
Believing was
Dr. Foster expressed to Dr, Forbes for the lath of September, after s
the asked Dr. Harper to Dame a president Mr. Stetson to thwart the effort of been spread and published regardingthe / attempted to create such a condition most searching Investigation by tbe entire 1 I
Forbes his at complete
and stating, at the same time, that Dr. Forbes to obtain a full and complete conduct of Dr.John I. Forbes, tbe however untruthful as would Board,of all rumors affecting the character ,
collapse of the entire matter a formal- the Board to remove him as a 1 Or Forbes, the resolutions exonerating him rs s'
"Its acceptance was a mere investigation, by calling his "r aldent.of this University, and Mrs. compel i {
few days later the committee, signed, 'THIS were announced adopted not a sentiment -
of THE
called tbe matter expediency
Attention is to
ity. meeting a few moments prior to the L.: B. Matbes, then a' member of tbe
la verdict exoneratingDr. being uttered or a"ote..t to the contrary.It .
triplicate, a fact of this action by tbe Stetsons, hour named in the call by the secretary faculty,' during the summer of r 1001, BOARD 'WILL NOT DO and any Injuryto the
Forbes. la a fact that University opened on ,
bow they Ignored the of character the University, because of the conditions {
showing utterly and prevent action other than which rumors were a the lilt of October with the largest enrollment 'p
The President "Too Ambitious." Board of Trustees, tbe matter never upon such matters as BE would pre calculated to reflect upon them and must be laid to Mr. Stetson In Its history, and bas maintained this large

Soon after this meeting, Mrs. Stetson having been In any way brought to sent, and each of the Trustees having to Injure the University and AND NOT TO TUB MEMBERS OF THk. attendance throughout the yean having. a

arrived In DeLand and in conversation their attention. received from Mr. Stetson over his WHEREAS Such rumors were BOARD. total enrollment larger than any other year In '
Its history, and a largar number actually.. present
with Dr. Forbes said that the Mrs. Stetson Comes t. Take Charge. own hand a long communication brought to tbe attention of the president Was Thin "B.llevolellt lislmnlatlonl" now than any other spring term. ,

late trouble was a very sad affair, but marked "Private and strictly personal of this Board, who made an effort Tbe following Items'show Mr. Stet It Is a fact that In the month of January, J

tbat the matter could have been Immediately after commencement, ," In which, after making certain to examine into them, and' the ion's attitude toward tbe University. while the school was thus prosperous Just'

easily arranged if Dr, Forbes bad not Dr. Forbes left for Rochester, stopping statements against Dr. Forbes committee selected by him'after-such since Dr. Forbes' vindication: before the annual meeting of the Hoard of

become AMBITIOUS. She stated in for Mrs. Forbes on his way. he said: "It is not necessary for us examination as he saw Ot to make, First. Mrs, Stetson wrote a note to Trustees talked-of,Interview Mr. Stetson to the gave Philadelphia out his much North

explanation that the real difficulty Upon his arrival in Rochester he to pass upon the possible or probable pronounced them not proven' to be br. Forbes the next morning after the American, in which be oust reflection. upon

began two years before when Dr, found telegrams awaltln&hlm statingtbat extent of his indiscretion or guilt," true, andWHEREAS ,indication, withdrawing the 11,200 Dr. Forbes and the Board of Tru.t..... At

Forbes began to plan for the Law Mrs. Stetson bad arrived in De- it was decided necessary that a preliminary tbe president of ,this. per 'year :.Eorr l the Chair of 'Englishwhich about the same time his attorney was put in j',
written Jail In Tampa and out a slanderous Interview -
had gave
School and tbe School of Technology Land claiming that she meeting should be held by Board engaged an attorney to make had been given in her name; to thi pu bllo press. Not satlaned with

Ststsoi Complains of the Burden. authority to represent Mr. Stetson, some of the Trustees to agree! upon inquiries about the matter and pro this, too notwithstanding the fact this, be proceeded to publish and scatter

Mr. Stetson had often complainedthat and demanding tbat the Executive such course of action as would enable cure affidavits, after diligent search that she bad said In a letter to Rev. broadcast over the land an Infamous pam- ';
Committee Dr. Forbes, as phletp urporalnw to be testimony In the case,
remove would herself t
the bea them to make tbe full Investigation through the State and elsewhere In Mlckler that nothing give
University was Iettlnlcto and also that and even went so far as to place this pamphletIn '
president and treasurer, desired. This meeting was held at effort to arrive at the facts In the and Mr. Stetson greater pleasure '' I
greater burden than he cared to of an the bands of students and by every mean*
they turn over to her the property Hall. It agreed at this than Dr. Forbes complete vindica
bear alone, and It was with great Executive Melrose was case, andWHEREAS possible attempted to break up the school.
the University. Finding that the the outcomeof Then Mr.Stetson and his friends came before
meeeting that, whatever Dr. Forbes has heretofore tion.
pleasure that Dr Forbes went to Mr ,
; '
such authority Board at annual In
Committee had no the University The advertisement ((120 the Its meeting February
Stetson with the Information that be herself the investigation, Insisted repeatedly upon a proper Secondly. and d.manded that because of the wide circulation e''
she declined to avail should no longer rw run by one man; this per year) which tbe John B. Stetson i
had secured a gift of 60000.00 for a and formal Investigation by of this scandal Dr. Forbes should be
Hall of Science. This information of the offer of tbe secretary to call a tbat the business should managedby Board of such charges as the president lI Co. had maintained In tbe University removed as a m.tt.eof expediency, stating

did not give Mr. Stetson the pleasure full meeting of the Board of Trustees )' a committee and that some action or others might make, and : paper..The Collegiate, for years, was that the question of guilt or Innocence was ;
and returned to Ashbourne.In end. Such a I discontinued. not Involved.It
should be taken to that .
tbat Dr. Forbes believed that It learned thatMr. WHEREAS, This meeting was called Is a fact that If any other member of the ,f
June, Dr. Forbes discussed. No resolutions Mr. Stetson had Insisted
would, and he was, with great dim- resolution was by the secretary at tbe request ftf Dr. Board of Trustees bad. pursued the coursethat
Stetson bad employed attorneysand for or against Dr. Forbes were that .the University steam plant Mr.Stetson has In this matter, he would
culty, persuaded to give a portion o( Forbes for the purpose of arriving at .
other agents who were huntingthe and dlscussbed. should be changed to connection with have been promptly expelled from membership ,
the five acres opposite Elizabeth ball the truth of tbe matter and acting i
United States over looking for the Science Hall improvement, though In the Board and such action would have p
as a ilte for the new building, which beconsUued Stetson Seeks ts Avoid Investigation upon the conclusions reached, there been applauded all over the land. The board
which might the was not given for that pur-:
five something( ByLaws and money Of Trustees,appreciating what Mr. Stetson ,.
acre be had, in tbe past, agreedto Having examined fore,
into a reflection upon bis character, pone. He decided the matter while had done for the University. In the past bas
give to the University entire. calls for the meetings, and that Be It resolved:
and demanded that the secretary Dr. Forbes wa away and ordered It not even so much..censured biro,yet they
Mrs. Forbes Prostrated. call a meeting of the Trustees for by the secretary having been foundto 1st- Tbat we, have, j patiently and done. His own employes, whom be are accused of treating him very unjustly.
'" be regular and legal, and Mr. carefully examined into the<< ..facts .
ha'te'bad to all summer,
The evident hostility of Mr. Stetson investigation.\ Stetson having stated in his report to bearing upon all ruuitfrs, charges and pay Pursued System of Persecution.From 1
and the secretary in this work the University
toward Dr. Forbes in.the face of the This was done, held the Trustees, above mentioned, Miiplclous, affecting pr concerningDr. : were employed the Orlando u.>aord.Marub. ''a
to be charged a percentage
fact that he bad stated his utter disbelief Issued a call for a meeting "THAT IT WAS NOT NECESSARY FOR i ., Forbes and Mrs. Matbes, and we being The Stetson side of the University

of the slanderous rumors, so July 3, 1002, for tbat purpose. US TO PASS UPON TH* POSSJBIJt OBPROBABUB declare that there are no facts to support of profit In. advance of their regular opened Imbroglio: bas had its Innings in the
the University
prostrated Mrs Forbes that the-.doctor Several Trwteei at Stetson Ileme. :EXTENT OF HIS INDISCBB- the said rumors, charges and sus- wages.. After newspapers of 'the state, but the de.
cold was expected: every
was obliged to take her to a hospital notice Mr. TION OR GUII.T", plainly indicating an plcolus, and that Dr.Forbes Is a gen, and tense has hardly been heard, until now n'
receipt of this and the work was still unfinished, @
for treatment. .: Upon wired Governor Jennings, Intent to avoid a full investigation, it' tleman of tbe highest integrity a day following", letter was written' to the Trustees of the University issue a );
He remained at the, hospital with Stetson Fletcher and Mr. E. a.Painterto. was agreed to adjourn tbe ,first meeting Christian, whose conduct is apd h.l.. Dr. Forbes by Mr. Stevens, Mr. Stetson's full, complete and convincing statement .- '
her until tbe doctor insisted that he Mayor home at Ash- referring all matters to the second been above reproach '''whose high' of their side of tbe question.
at his ,
must leave or he would also become a meet him their meeting. Ideals of duty and morality have been manager They show,beyond the peradventureof )
consultation. '
Patient there. Prostrated....hrouah bourne for found Rev. David Moore, The Investigation. an uplifting force in this, University, s JOHN B.BTKT&ON a doubt that Stetson has pursued '
fear that Mrs.. Forbes arrival they and its strength and' hope, an educator Grower of a systematic course of persecution
mlghfnot re- '
: I A. DeLand and Mr. A. O. HamHn members attended the,meeting against President Forbes in his efforts
Mr If. ,
All OrmafM
tour, so weak: from loss of sleep that of call of rare attainments,. an officer of Fancy FliMMpplM removed
Board roll
members of the which, after of to have gentleman
also m., Proprietor
be could' hardly walk or, speak;'and there. Mrs. Stetson, at 7-00: p. and,aT30: the second exceptional ability, whose whole soul Klvotrlo Light sod Joe Company, (rom tbe presidency; tbat bin course

still trusting in the friendship of ,Mr.. Trustees, were read a mass was adjourned, and proceeded !Is wrapped up in ,this University, and Saw MIU. bas been one of misrepresentation

stetson, Dr. Forbes ,left the hospital at Mr. Stetson's request, which meeting was organized lasted which be has given the ,best years of ri.a STBva is.Graml MaiMfwr, deception; tbat there was no white' ;
of so-called evidence, all of with the work.: The washing of President Forbes In the
and 8&e1-'l'IorIo*
went to Mr. 'Stetson's home;,in and hearsay, and in noway after midnight when It ad- .his life to create.Concerning Oct. 17th, 1902. late report; on the contrary, they ;;
A until
bbourne, Pa.,, to which Mr,: Stet- was rumor conduct on the following Mrs.',Mathes, we find no bow that Stetson did not at any time
sun> had In the meantime returned." ; proving anl1mpropel' journed until 8 a. m. from just basis for the:rumors,:charges or Dr;J. F. Forbes, desire an Investigation, and fought it ;i

Stetson '' tbe part of Dr; Forbes, excepting onlya day. The second session lasted Insinuations reflecting upon, ,or tend.Ing ,DeLand', Fla., as long as he could; they show tbat In '' '
Biggest a Trip Abroad named PuikU who m.. with only fifteen of the charges
paper bi a man 8 a. m. until 6.30: ,p. reflect upon her character, or DEAR SIR their investigation
Mr.: Stetson asserted that since Dr. had been employed as stewards! the minutes for lunch in the meetingroom. to If the University; still wish tbe services they went Into the matter thoroughly s;
.We. 'rell1'ete&.ceedIDe-11 pd,
Forbes reputation. taking all kinds of evidence suspicions
that tad been'a way' from' DeLand University and who bad recently been The 'entire mass presented by the occurrences rwbicb bav.caused of our men after this date, you rumors, and talk of every kind ;;

the matter had become wide discharged for stealing!, lying\ wife- .Mr Stetson was readand considered' her to feel willing to remain longerin will have to.pay the following prices Investigating fully every hint ofwrong q{,
spread and that Forbes of profane and were "1. n .doing and yet finding nothingon
Mr. would never heating.and'the' use though many the University. ': per day ._ ,
be able to live here again the con and some were without slgna- For Mr. Barton five dollars per day; which to base a charge against Dr.
as -
; of
obscene language. copies Trns- ::1.,That Dr:Forbes be assured our Forbes Judgment that Stetson him ;
tloalwould of the Vf
be Intolerable, He then Parkls. and a large number and for Ward Skinner, three:dollars and in 1
suggested Testimony of Ex-Bev. W. lob Lures, confidence In him In all "respects self I I. on-record a. having fully
,that Dr. Forbes take a not only tees had seen them before.- our desire'.that he continue\ president fifty"'cents per day, and for ,each of dorsed.. ,' .
1ear' leave absence 011 lull: pay. This man wn chal'l'ed.wltb After Mr. Stetson bad presented t all University. their helpers ctife dollar and fifty cents 'The whole trouble seems to have
? but of this
Ofa tl"* the Un erslty In the chargenL.t stealing tbe'church from the and University the Young,People and' everything be bad, and declaredthat X'That the patrons);'oUh6'U.lver.. per day.Of"ctivr..f.- ._ __.: ?: : been Mrs.Stetson caused, l!.blt tbe jealousy Interference Mr.Stetson of '

', deans, and,'tbat 'DrForbes fiom be bad bern "H. HAD 'NOTHINU ICOna'jthe sity' and the public; in general: be a.fcured you do not .waDt.1.thelll, ,and the underhand. villainous

, bends tys'( tentative resignation In\his '. Society with which eitixensof De- other side was presented. were, that the entire affair we Dad to at there prices, you. can' let them comeback work'.of the creature whom Stetson

> Promising that 'Jt would be connected. Prominent 'DuUlbe" of witnesses tintroduced tow*., *' employed as an attorney.,, ,
A without Justification
'k testified before the tell have bee wholly In tbe Federal_ courts ,.
to oaten now i
a permitted< .. .. 'Vour truly
profound subsequently "
:: secret, and tbat, fur Land la the community who were both of .and there to no'proper ground for.any i, I,: ; ..- wlU bring oat tbe whole truth\In the, ;f
woohllore. 11 Mrs. Forbes', health Board that his reputation thief w1fe any thin* and all tbry! desired j jt crUlelsm-o the University/or its administration ?? ..,'. tH\ '3. STZVU8, Oen'l Mgr;' t I matter and: there can. be little doubt .
" permits the a1t0* ihUW' ;Was that of, a hearsay and rumor.',.. ,' amid. there Is no occasion 1 There was no alternative buttopaythe slat Dr. Forbes will receive,"full 11.1111'.Ifatr r!\

j 'lie turn to WS work toward the' end of the beater and a liar, and, tbst'hu'name tbat "'Upoa: '. completion of.,theevideuce whatever,for &.111'' question orjdoubt .. demand. ,' M matter bow ,.great, as !IJUtIca Ia.." ,t, fI : } tr
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, oolul the resolutions were | .. ,:I ,
and the matter byword: in of 1' *n V 1 "
, of.the get.knati was wend *M M ,e ....
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) sbould never. .' .be., known.> his ,wife'Joined. ,... < NI' c'd ;,

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| of choice between the man who A Strong Appeal | a letter saying that he had written I Two Letters and g the uf Th., ,, ""LtUUUh) ;,'
tlcar-Cut! Statement 'Qr um\
had given of his surplus and tbe man Ur. Stetson to hand in hie resignation .vlsnhdtlt and "

from Mr. Calhoun o wbo bad given hl. Hfit-work-tbe man o To '.{auUn ss S ad a member of the B>ard, ia g An Affidavit g Mr.r5ae4't Sietooo quklh) ,f i b 'rd'rel' ll

o o 0 the wbo gave'who money bad in Kfven sustenance abUlty aid and o oooooooooooooooooooooooooorrnm 0 view of the. fact that he was eo tar.w.IlLDdeo'bull oooooooooo oo 6 b oo g 1 *r bave[ tba11oJe. ".. ;lOW 1 J:
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r talent and judgment and skill and i t** Ptortda.Baptla Wit Bees psrab 11.fE that he hit him 'liAfT OVMttil. OlI3bi" ) That leU.. waWMttln ab '
laeTaaipk Tribune Tribune.:Msraa So much 4.EDITOR has who bad' conferred success II practiCal .notice with.regret.that a few. self unable U form .an opinion oil ; ,,5a I "' vtTAtieOrcaw PW Forbt the out, thul. 'Ieal J hUi]
operation. They -wisely deeMed fro Search for YULtZ plylo. a ; '
of our slate vxcbsngeti liavoentirely the .matter. f"\
In the state press In favor of tbe man who bad bestowed elintebdeDe of )ir.tetson COUNTY OF MONRO; deUbrately worded so as .ta ,
about the difficulty) and scandal at life In preference ,othe m o.who had iuiwepr ''sente 'T : 'The man ." of the controversy'between |he Board $ +a !factory In Fhisdelphi& aesir f 8te.on'. ]
4 '&tet oa University, and there Is nuchan bestowed money only. 0p.e ;' George M. Forbe II Rochester, N. Y. The Interview made reUremeD
money bad been rewarded by of Trasteenoa the: University lad .Wtio are 111. other members of I Perfectly .,
: evident trend la a portion of the iwbrh, depose* and bays:
belbtr July(
having the Institution named iobla }!r 5ara eonfident hat this board-tbe wen who 'are on wdpeo\l};Mr.Pttssntotodl '
press to favor one side of the cootro honor, be bad been accUlined a noble 1t" the moral integrity rtiat In ibk latter part of June;. fOO2, $ :'

ersy, that I ask rooom, for summary philanthropist bad got tbe -worth thqae.whd ,miue., ,these .an'iareprraenUtions record aa :'upholding be received a letter/rom John Bi the' University 'and that f/inlo, '
of bis The other man most >lid so \ frow the fact of President Forbets and *Wet offense 'watf that be Forb
-brief u it may be-of the.clrcuuMiances moot') ,. Stetson of Ashbourne t' .., .huest1mg ,';
fain be content with the sense of duty thatthey :WeN ;mifrthsd about who say unqualifiedly that he should sowed'e dcJIO that authority and i
the affair from !
p' attending and. the affection of the ikesidnt him to come to Ashbourne for a withdraw tentative
performed facts -
Lie or lh "Io"o: long reoiafn nis'poaittou hi (' "
r re81/aatloq'
: the :begl*oior. I ha.ve.liad perkooa] young men and .women whocn< bacbeaetiled personal Interview' the 't Interest' contrary 'to Mr. Stetson's ,. :

interest and reason to induce m$ to and' for him there "'ts'>.o connection'T."I:with. .lb.e,fHre;: e.of' FlOri- 'I of the Universal They arer Oov- his brother* Dr.;:. F. 'Forbes* ol pe fefllnp ;.of\i absoluteownershlii'
Investigation other reward. ; OUIAU;the men 'Wbo ccCPRY'l. error Jennings, who had a bare per the instItution Mras Illustrated by thf '
dye the. matter a .tboro. to Lbs
Land, FU.; that ,in response remark .that be dd
Itls Impossible to explain .raccoon* ripodsMpriniiaentIj- fair onal' aeqawntanre with .President | ,what to"'
:, from an entirely unbiased 16'Ash bourne and "'tfe"thought
he went do with '
and conduct Invitation '
for Mr. fcitcuon'sattltude -he
an* ji fyI, nd sure that their Forbes.before his unfortunate per. 'f. woufl''
' standpoint. I.would like, to.ma ke mycooclusione except upon grounds, which: will aol wevare 1alac bad an interview ;wlth. Mr. Stetson, write, to Bke To WaJlblngln and
bnbiaa Rev. Dr. r.
q.'I.I" wlidoizaid: d jadgmeut aeedtion began; :
..public through your columns. express in words lest be''mleht'be: Mr Stetson being present the turn the bt0tuAootberaatementof "
r blamed for thlor for which hotshot will not b. found '&DUng' in thor, the most prominent Baptist anti'ialcIsii Mr Stet'. ,

-. The main point at Issue is whether personally responatble.He is- to be th; ,wkicbmattezisi so'bDP4r't.o,'to minister in .New York; Mr. E. O. greater' part of the time related to. the Interview between Nr

, Dr. forbcs, president ot the Institution duly honored for what .behas done. the caaoe of 'Addcation"wittiii_ the ,Painter a prominent manufacturer pare In the conversation' ; that tbet Stetson DIoeter;; and Dr, ForbM1when r
and it would be unbecoming and un- based upon 'Dr.Forbes made
; an'
has been guilty of criminal misCoaduct following statements are appeal
.tate. of
and the proprietor two newspapers \.
.AUaoae wt the female teach grateful to detract In tbeleast'fromtbe written memoranda made by him Mr Stetson fosJual.Lo
,, ers. Tbls oas been cbarjtea upon Urn i credIt due him. The people ol Th, ;.Impreaaion appears to have ini Deliand; Mr. James S. Inr.uer and oreed. .re Matbe

k It true he eboiud Have bccu icmovcdIrom Florida appreciate it; and are grateful prevailed'Utsk no ''inTeatigalioh has of LevjrviUe one of the most upon the same day and Immediatelyafter a Innoent the ought to b that

.- If the -but tntelliff-ent and lr.miade4public : of Floriils Mr. the Interview: tl and work the Uni.vert1ty' .
his place. untrue proceedings bsenaajad_ of the': ch'argta against astute,business,.ipen \
ot the trustees wbo rriiiuvcaMr. sentiment will approve tn% 'Deponent states that the very poet Mr, 'Stetson stated to ,.
Board Trustees ,resident, Forbes .This, however, J. B.Lwi deacon in the Baptist dep
judgment of tbe ot ; Dent thai. Dr; Forbes made \
bieuou from tbe presidency ot derived from thi a
occasion for ul not iaae. full and church of' eLand and noted for Live Inpresslon con
their bua (t and cvoormca Dr. JTwrbes regretful tbat the arose tbe .A completeinteBtij anoDI..d Impressive appeal, and t
; iu the presidency, a avumtnistratloo tbat body to make a. decision. (aiton wsa.tnada by the'Board his blameless life Mr.J. T. versation of both Mr. and Mn. -Stetson Foster said -thai'

,. 01 tbe inniitution arc tuny justiUed. This. tls a very brief and iOlMllDd.en\ of, Trustees Spttnnbor ;;' eveijinembe the man'who has built the $ was tbat the real Issue*they both ; thoroughly manly position 'and

i will ttrst cousider tbe question ot resume of the incident but it Is true of whicb '" 'in Umverut'y baildioge Url CI.ke'l stated explicitly that they did 'not Mr. Stetson himself added emphatic.al1y,4'Lbaar1gbt. '
wa* ;
innocence ot Forbes tbat In no detail of the circumstanced present .."
ur. ._ _
theKUilt or
-.hLrh ll. -.rU" bo .m.t. t>era D 01" by rosy Thin invetti Solomon. a nrumiuebt and then. and; bad not atany- time considered UKOKCE: M. FORBES.
luist July attorney ot LtL.eU4, who '
represented blnueit as acting fur Mtitttelsoo .is there any shadow of, any thlnj, ;i&tjori! oocnpi >d"ih! ;.greater part oliwo' busizseeuwau Dayton, Ohio; ,Mr.B. : him guilty of anything- more Sworn to before toe, this 2nd day of r]

.. exhibited to me a mass ot that would lead to' other com-lusux.. l dsyfl,'sudeTery; 'iot And1 title 01 ; F: Camp, of White Springs, a tttao an indiscretion. Tbe real issue September, UWA l'
ban Dr. Forbes and tbe TrlJ8t.e.b.
aOldanis winch be bad secured agralnstL avidonee that could be''raked 'and man known all over Florida for his seemed to be ft personal grievance OBO.. A OLE
sustain him are entirely! I in, tbe right. '
Forbes and the ladv in .
r. qUe.Uda"aDd -
a. eOled. fine business and growing out of the question 'of Dr. .ublc
1 believe all he :p. CaUIOCM. 'atit-d was success upright ,
which comprue ,. ,
has been aole to obtain up lutblsdau1.lu . 'TtlK KEbUl r AVASAU ANI. charaet'fr; Ilev.;'Wiltiata H. Stea art, Forbes' resignation, and of the mo- ;

., it all there was not a sbred ot Spirit .f'FaJraesa LaeaJsr. .e10U .l.tQUI1'T a retired naval chaplain who "moved tlves which be had -ascribed toMr... LEER nOM MRS. STETSON. :
what court would call evidence from u>e Mlanl It ._><... U.It This is the Jetter referred
action in in
.any This w" .the SECOND acquittal, to DeLand some year. ago to edu Stetson in ex planinghis the to theforegoing''affidavit
1 careful consideration. Therewaa la with fe IiBRa ot ,5hme ,lbs
(a veil In U but bear. .d.b d lh sanction Vf every feoem- cate'bi"80D who is still a pupil of matter. Deponent states .that this as having ''been
abuoluiely notDiot the Metropolis rolea. that it fail
say and rumor tbe latest chaff of idle: .,d of the Board of Trusteea." 'The the UniversityV Mayor D. U. Fletcher Impression was very strongly continued written to draW Forbes out.
.. The It the to find what vpp nra. t.),it ..,.piri% by a document, partly read to Deaf Dr Forbe
Ip. tounoailon ot was drat acquittal'wait by"iiip cial comuiitiee of Jacksonville, of whom- hat
surmise of a mall wbum Ur. Furbvehaddelected of fiirnessoa tb. par'.ol rasny O' him by Mrs. Stetson. They stated An 'b% too comes to
; composed Mr.. SUtuon noble well be proud for pre me often
city may that it a document taken by Mrs.
;. In stealing sj.tematcally the FloridA in J.beit.di"u was ILls
; gi'eat.force. Ibis
paper : Mr.
] Itev. W. H. aiewsxt aDd Fret G. B and ability wltl Sle.
his ehsrscler
.rum the uuivcraity auu wboio he baa ion of the FOl'be..slet.olt IDa;. preeminent i Stetson to Demand during the early himself to In a
" dlecbarged from Ins connection with &.* t o ter, 'of Chicago Unive'rsityl: ; ''Mr: Silaa B. Wright, a pr
it. a man who was alterwards dismissed At the last'meet log of the Board nest insurance'man and a Mason Forbes and outlining a plan of action some, but ,1eP.tbe ,for ]
We have looked in. .'cii in -tbes for tbe Executive Committee and
in disgrace arum tbe Methodist the demands of work
of Trustees It"'was a which Is
Yebrdury 20 who baa occupied the most 'respon (grootag -
the Botrd of Tell Dr.
miuI.trllur (taelt lyiojf profane ana papers to find that.prominttilplace ssked'ittltere tee.regardlDIl' so fast,>and '1 have been wonder
otMceoe laoguaxe anu wile beating given to .the trustee' tile>I of.. tbe w.-.IDgl. trustee sible positions of that order' Prof.F. Fors The plan Irope'lnolveda lug If by remalnlD the.Board he li
tils timouyevidently rauk perjury, who voted .glL 'ttui acquittal; let .- B. Uoodip; of Lake City a man acc ptane of realgna- not ) '.opportunity
that to tb. Stewart 1
case wsv.given
b baeed upuo a desire lur revenue him then auU there.'aa.7"8I or from: long noted for bis efforts on behalf tion, proposed both on tbe partof that might otherwise come of support ,
of rot sad slsuder. Tbw etaie- the Executive Committee and the
euualiy evidently with much lenosi hold his p.; Silence fol- of the agricultural development of from tbel'urce8 Perhaps I bate
Ssul to steer Clear ot any assertion ol went of.lb. trust w. pllllUllhiD d Bvtrd 01 Trustees 'a endorsement beforeand
owed the Ube41w 8Ut. There the state and who of the a mlcb you
UU' waa one of Dr. Forbes,1-.adminstratton
coula to ,
tact Which be rebutted
prove I ,
bun th. Iauid2f wsof3J*rcLiDn. I now assume ;the; personal responsibility l. ;
its faUity-was not ot the siiitntest .. ..-..__.._. T ._. waa'no- : ou6 who knad'such 'a'claim. Unit trustees of the University! Rev. ails a complete exoneration from any ofrltlnJC to you to say that!

farce In sbowiu* a slate ot facts* Again *, 'ho new evidence has'either Thomas J. ttparkmsn a Baptist. misconduct.- The, Impression. that" tbe would like for von tn think thin mat.
,- alleged. J A._a. J. TBOM heels found agitiaat rraidentForbe.. ininisler of ability and prominence,, 'I _.._._..__.... .. ter ov uc-am} (five me your honest, nn> '"

a Tou solitary testimony assertion was ot unsupported tact in the scCampanyiOaT by- the Baptist S.edl.fI nor,baa Ur.titetaon':-ioaxht 'to offer who moved''to- DeLand two 'years I (Times-Union,Uaroh 14.) trameled opinion, of the matter. I
I II. think ,thiit if he would resign, hit '
amdavlis numerous as vile, S G, says aay ago to educate his girls and boys. : %VITE HAVE carefully read every j place might be better filled and the

they were. a. great ,pit", that Ibis Disposition Again; Ur. Stetson wa not, cipe.led lte.v. Dr. Ilobsou of Jacksonville, i .*" line of the statement expansion of the work be asuured. ']

1'iMS mailer has been the subject u tthree"ulUclal to Dr. Forbes has atisen. We have front the Boaril" 'f' Trustees occupancy of the most prominent llsbed in tbe Supplement of pub]! What be baa given .would have all
veetlxatloos. Tue ksowB him well for several'year*, L'ba tiuth i.'that hairmau I. the more value,by the work becoming
f;.t was by a committee comouaed of Mr. simple a Baptist pulpit i in Florida speak 4 by the Trustees- Stetson Untversityand -j%
broader. do think tie Intentionally
not baa
i bteuvn KeV Wm. U. olewart and and webeli. ,tc he I.one o( the.best of the board is elected every y ear for itelf, said last but not leas, the It I.painfully apparent j I retarded,1 the work but, knowing -

Re.. Ur. Ueu. U. Fowler ot Chicago, .1 men we hate and be.has_certainly When the YuLe was taksn..Uiw.)., venerable tBiul U-Joved Dr., W. N. from this that the millionaire, once $ biB limitations be' may; have ap-

.L the latter ul Ute being University a special wt repreeeutatl Wbicago/- proven b7,hili works, ,babe, Is Dr. jC,iaudoin received the."largest Ohaadoiu, for many" years the presi- I so clear and. capable has fallen peared you to do so.TakingthU view

At; with which iiietson ITniversliy lacluoely great eaucatorand a man of superior number ol votes caul aud .wascate4tefeItod. 'd>- lout of, tbe.Bapimt, Sute Convention into hlq dotage. At one time he j of thet matter,! would It not be better work
for him .to resign Then the
affiliated. This cviomiitce I I executive administrative Thut.wao a.natnra, ,. and who has labored side by sent his wife down to and i could be reorganised name of the

ot which .Mr. btctsou was a uicmbci, ability. Jt will, be a calamity, .0 result. Ur. Stetson, aa one,.put ol edo witU! :.the 't' uattes from its betpuniug demande of the DeLn. a trans' Institution could be' changed if it

uurcservedlyi exonerated awl ac the $paptists of Florida, and to the sywpatly with JbeUDI "Air. Stetson would scent wise and might not the I
quitted Ur. Forbes. The second exataiaatlon !.njty I"n before ,yen the entire property' of tbel ,
cause of education, if be is driven *Ls.idwwuit.xatwo was in a poaittciSss knew work rally to Its support more meant \'
r was made by a large COW- I v( tuu University to her There I. '

.. h mlttee which arrived at tOe sam I from his present,position.' We begIn .chairman, of ,the, board to g ".tl. i ,, iiame t.,se men, not to complunent -, evidence against Forbes nOI more under Influence a name that' thereby could expandingthe command
coodualon.rhe bird was wade to ask What Is lifeof ,
tj : a
,. tamper administration, ,, .but; asa thaw, nor Lu .compare ,them that of thewife-beater and work and power of the school'
board of tru..tee.-tweot -
the one entire jentlemen ol tbe hIghest stand) quarter of a century, wortbiI., f dIn I were Lr:9.-1ee. 4"q.JtI4.be .unsblo : with' the.olheis, except in one, way whose dismissal from tbe office tble of I! I cannot refrain from writing tbiti

J tbe open before the public in 10 do BO. It w.- be "'ore.JClU to We .. because the thouebtjecurs to me with
i in f-and tbe board was unanimous lutbe I ,, ; do by asking simple qaestion. steward caused him to revenge
,. same Buding. It is a well-known J public pork% I In .the.Interest of, the S be'wis."r to elect a.hianVwho wai in It is'. ibis: What possible the e k ever-Increasing force 'and Is driven

p principle ot law that a man snail not young, In the jspbutidiogofacou- harmony with 'the ''UiuVeiBityl 'To ] President against preldent 'I I home t = cyuL Forbes have allow'
power Trustees l the
the il themselves I may be the turning tide.' whereby ?,
for '
be twice placed to .jeopardy
; .,.. same otfen..e. Yet tic. foiUes w... munity and state In 'the cause of I wfiM men tb re'ia'no need of a de :over these BpUiidMd meD; to, induce b scared or badgered into a' whole future work ,of the University .!

three times broognt to trial for the I the Redeemer If a man like Dr. Unsa of, uch a policyl:: them to reUiu him, EXCEPT HIS of Forbes they will show re may be determined Iikeemaanbaine .
misconduct Kacb time Forbes Is to be broken down ahd What mo"a a that so much money should have been ?
same alleged therefore, ia the positloiiof CAUdE"th t of an innocent.man? I. more truckling

'; supplementary be was bonorably terdict acquitted tbat with there the = driven out after him above his Ttust'e'es reproach.havt""I .SUitsonT' It IB, .aim ,ly that The'wa1Jellt dream of hypnoiut: once'great subserviency than we tola be. you placed have there personally.,. ( ->so--much.Invested labor during a.

had never been shown against him a j pronounced President lrui bs Daunt. go because1ha over aeruwdulweeUingswould not lye any dozen manly Florldbu the last sixteen.years, if by one man'i

c circumstance which jtutiitted the a.snflflflsnn.n--. .desires him to do BO There fs claim such power span from any I are capable of.. It would asa ae$ position a limitation.should be placed.

*2 siigniest suspicion 6th, and shows ilr; M&tllUo' up 'in apparent no other motive tzce'pt other ,influence. Only the plea of of shere cowardice. ]on it, possibilities.- '

,w It would ordinarily be supposed rather an nnenvisbls light It shows President Fo'rbea baa.offendeii hint ao unassailable innocence backed. I 1.----....._......= resignation bliia iere.--ln need not oecellllarll1remove work nor
that this wouia be sufficient to wettlc the
L the matter forever: -but tt seems not that the "in vestigti'>n"about which I he culmination of thaluffence being by "B fo.og. .deeply i spiritual anti real Issue, with Mr. Stetson waD Dr. prevent hi. continued donations to It.

to have done so in tbw case. The 10 much Las been s tid was demandedby hat he declined to1 give''up ihe position strenuous life Which .has,built up a Forbea' retirement from the presi What do you think of is?.

,; pursuit; ot )'. F roes> continued and Dr. Fotr s and'not by .Mr. Siet- of president the University ]great institution 'from a small schoolhouse denc, and not his guilt and ,that his .Very sincerely yours, "
sole interest
J>. assailants appealed to toe newspapers ont and that the :latter only '.t- when Mr. Stetson told him to do aoi anti devotion in the matter was personal ELIZABETH. STETSON-
,,! virility: deep and
awl to public opinion. UuaUeto' .ti more strongly con May 2, 1902.
have Dr. Forbes : I IOIL
tempted to
removed .
i make a case against him before Out of the twenty four members to ,his e .use sucbi as ]few men posaess firmed by .correspondence which -
the-pruper I ribunaU, they undertook without nn investigation, of 'the B.urd'ofTruat..e, sit take could have a/scomplinhed i such followed the Interview. Deponent .

to undermine public cooQUeocekIn blaKtoess tod this the Trustees very rightly his' position with 'Mr SUton.v a' rweulU. 11. tb..e meu ,had been had suggested in the Interview that roaurV-REPLY- ,_ .,TO. VKSSTETSOM.

to be Ute head ot the institution. refused .to 40. Thi-i report of the L'bese'sre Rev. David ofGellev" Mr the matter could best be settled by This is the.. letter written by Dr. ;
lloire Stetson
: enemies IQ motive
.-wilb the evident purpose CM rrnateea shows bat 'all the ,"evidenov" some dropping all agitation Of itand| by(both Forbes In"reply and which has already
weakening it to such an extent thai New York, for many years for,their,.action apart from the 'innocence parties writing to the membr..1 the been published as reflecting In someway
4. be would be compelled to resign The) submitted against Dr.- forbes the intimate personal friend of Mr. of President Forbes might beimplied. Itoard of Tru.teesand ) upon the doctors "

would rather apparently destroy.the vas rumor and b&na,. except a ::site-toon to whom he U under great ";But such'was not the case.ChrT that their difference were satisfac LDZLA5DILA..ll'1L 19t

-h- school 'than see .hint uccessluily administer paper by a man named "Purkis who personal obligstiooa; Mr.. IL A. Pe were; his friends.and co-labor torily adjured and that they were My Dear Mrs.5totHOILlrscelv.dyourleterofMsi'
It This ot tile case prepared to co-opereate for the
stage good "hrld
i aaj l_ < steward afhe : *1 last
jtuUncs my Interference by this letter a dinehsrg. for stealing SJB : jand, of lI'.irpo.-'He. Yor Earl ers, and the pant history the University of the university. After tbe interview and hasten to reply. Let o>.say st tbe ouout

A brief review ot the circumstance Uuiversity lying n the history of the University, af, in,wtpcb they honored him Mr, Stetson wrote to deponent with all the emphasis f.salts'(Sntifl5fld. sod

j- is now in order., Air..tile taoo was nuL .>ting and profnniiy. This ter the Baptist of the state had .n'many 'way, proves ihia" conclaMTely. that Mr.he put In writing his suggestion with all th. en*,of>whlill I am ospsblA
the launder of the Kbu.a. but his services not accused of .tenting as Stetson'would like to consider
4 unto wan only
; note lor in i Bit that I cannot unssrto peal.to
given a $10,000 coiup ; they h.ycfbeeD unwilling It. full a .
h and contributions largely made 5ar Deponent 'compiled future -
: fruin' the* University but from UeLtand'a the University'and Its works present an*
.000 wit h Ur. offer to share hia with the
possible its present power and value be Metnoditt'church and give to anger against President request, and la order to than Mr.Btetson's nslnatloa tram tbs

-J- Ur. ..Fvrbes was elgbteeo.years ago Ep.ortbLeague' 110,000 for endowment if thiy Forbes td the prejudice of the Forbe make absolutely certain that Dr. Board ororru--'.$uob a Ikieg lot not tabs "

t its president and administrator be Society with, which he.had would give tbej same Mrj Deljand.t University to which they have given lenient regard to any set thought of for e moment as matter of wisdom ",

; for= Mr.. Stelsun came to Uetiand at e"eu connected.It a meeting of the board refused the hardest work of their best deponent might not be' ml.lndento In the,manair.q* of thir Unlvsisliy, "
b' all. Under his directoa and control years. served notice ""> "' ,
i ia rbsps nowise for the news but far.far Ins would 1 think of It us
the school grew beyond the iotentlona 10 formally recognize his obligation Another chapter In thia per.eou- son 10 writing tnt. ""O settlement of my own personal- UnK and mtoeion to ,

p of Mr. Htetson and the hope ot lie psper to try this eae at all until 10 give hut f 10IHX or to allow any tiou'of President Forbes relates to would *" excepted >y .Dr. Forba Mr.Bteuon,and aa a matter started of Inherent st the Justice to ,;,:

k president. As a vigorous and. energetic titer the court's have tint if one elsie money be gave to be counted aa:interest the present tacLic.'of Ur Stetson that was inot based upon the ...Dnlnw and.right..far as Mr.mr Btetaon work-Is ",,**,<.and :;.

man. Ur. Forbes .undertook to U give it is but right th.\the other ,such and ''Uoa of absolute Innocence of any we have worked aide bjr on i obligation.- 'Tbia.aotwitb.laadiag Lawyer Stewart with whom he conduct ] heart all these like bratborat be bas
expand the school to .meet tbe letuand ''fo unbecoming a man. a ChristIan you .
slioald the inpFnt
be predated earns the tact the Board in' a.part ahd.tunes Important twr*.In every ].
for educational facilities In be'much ii' frtqtventeonaulttiuii in .his or a gentleman In Mr, Stet- detail ol the work as we have w**), ,
Fiortda--to make It In] fact, as m.PD. There s ems to- too bad a good not*'from the- Baptist palatial quarters .,' the College sou' reply he con"nentedupott the talked Ii over together and hie mature wis- :

,. well in name a real university( of .n l tempi"to side witb Ur.: 3lata Board of Uiaaion* for f 1MXWritb ( Arms. What are these tactics 'plaa> of settlement' suggested a fol- dam ami. sound tudsmont whole have gone.tru"UI'd."> ,.I'
'I; lows: "This every wmn and woof ot lbS ; ;
This seems to have encountered the dteluon simply because- be has e'QJ Is aU well 'be r..e '
or ,
interest jour ttihi
of without
Dr. In word meoWoolnj
sleight cent. ooune
per ,are they to break dowa brother wbow
disapproval of Mr. Stetson whereupon tribated to "University. but wbere do I come In?" thatnes and be duos, bus made tii e .
Ur; Forbes appealed successlultytoothers money Forbes insisted at meeting of the the tendance of students at theUniversity thus Ignoring.-completely, work ixiavlblo-cnlne slid his-toy alsiplenoui.iroiivniutandocinataBtairteafmonor
furaid. Mow in with too little thought 01'.,eare for Hoard that. Ur. DoLwnd should tio' of Dr. 'oblecT 'ba 2dvperuled I
.t comes an on the,'one band and. Forbesguilt, and and do dopeixl on him, for .uppm "'t. ,I.
f element .which must be alluded to ha repnUiioa'of Dr. Fo beo, who paeifk-ally recognize this obligation .n the. other, to aq barry.President in'tK the proposed settlement solely every phaea fld dnparunea o f,Ib.JJyJJJ ,
with the utmost delicacy, and .with baa givenutus,but, .ol.bi.l.f. thatit would not .y. bad It lu..oae thAt I < Pp
year and said It'wnu'ui'be O
much hesltalaioo Ac Inc time Ur that if it were, not done, forbea by continuing their persecutions bitt personal claims to etl.f' hard to gun$4 tn**e history >
-and baa reality been worth far he'would write' Dr. Chandoin Two recolalton. edueatioa lu tluaoouDiTy. ,
Forbes Inauguarated some enlargements '- and that either hID, own health. other t occurred Am lo tin wattwrof deVetopmen. of "T ,P,
-notably ttcleoce Hall costing more to tb, Uuive>Bitjr. tbsjl"'ilr.Stetson notify bio, that the trustee had no or. tbat. of hia.wi/s shall. give during theintervlewseemed to work.tn my Judirroant. oar task now .po&W. )"I

'; IUOUUO-Mr.' ttielaoa appears on tbe ..,, _Jlpney U.not.lhe. _,9Dll! em $.. ma it ,was understood by beneath, tbe,,strain"and be will way be deponent and to prOVe positively, that Mr extension bar. I r.but MaaalwMtlrreaMlbls intoumv.oultuiw' of,_wins 11'1.f
: uccue aDd seems to have taken abc scotia to the dsVelopmenti ,of N. Stetson bad nut f n In tneMW :
ft everybody was the .ca... -Mr. 1. to beD with 'rmpeot to the wisdom of S stjrt
.compelled resigut Last ; wltbDrrorbe. dealng ""
summer "
; matter out of the hands of her hue- tiUte ILDd'lbe he. I Uepartnwnt and MlNlh.n'o.A.
band. Mr: tftetson is claimed to have lion a or a College, Land Lit the meeting ia anger bat so grors,were the, misrepresentations frlenl Sd, good faitl spirit. and thus hence m; fearful that toe manwho poe.,.only s.. |lsrgs note for 910,000 afterward. and we have the founilatloo, I ,
been signed aM"
". requirementsf a ,"110. pit e.. Mr. Stetson, Impression that'tbe -I I.t.ove..1'ttSh Is&o..tb.n P"
the school in a financial way would braiD and heart,should b j as fairly P. r this he hca notes forgiven Dr. tbat tbe health ot.Mrs Forbes slander interested them only as' a foot the ornanlxatloa sad no* 0..11I&1..1. (.
utrun> hi* means, oc the'' means he and treated .the gave means to' furtherend. further'.xinJSiioh Svs5u 5
honestly a> I5JitIl
..WluOwho .
'orboa, Be v.i F Longdon the Deponent do not believe Ia III this .,
) way so that ,.he..". compelled 10 had tnslsWd there a wan .
bad provided for in bia mind and will. that to cue
'4' theeleoderbad '
whit Stetson
It, III b.tr SIted iuiO
IM.( Forbes assured him that such was po.sssaeuslarge. pane. pastor of Judge-Stewart.t.,who baabean. spend months in a .Unilariuwn.1. inception with &Q, and advise In IbM wk or ..OIl&h..UI:1.: ,p.
jKit the case but that it would be self- I. '" L. .ao active in Jbia pcraeoiiUooa ol the health pf President .Forbes cbuje; by Dr. CpIUlee. COWIOtldltLlIIWaud psrfeetmnf. wigS we I "..7
was Forbl < hey... Tlu.. I totieve, DO,'wad'
sustaining on the enlarged basbv ,itseems .JJ&l Je 11,.. rYMidentiForbesvthe- (Judge almost wrecked in const Ur. thief wl0 w.UOLr as mnatal iilIer iK I.. ?whatever I bew- "
Ibis assurance was well founded 0r'.n s dosatS nua,ZuwS Stewart he qaence. 10 the jealo.rivalries and a uSes 1_and tl'uiT> I lena>inan paemro th w'9n '\.
ss the school is paying-. way. Including John U., SKtson that Ur.Torbes being: nioat prominent SteUoAjuiowa] ,{hat this j is a 'vital meal certain women dlppoln. lake Slit ;.me. -in.d.m y. pereon". ,, .
garnishee 0!. Lb. Chriallan (or,Diacl- :poiei. and,. iac* th trustees thollgbt k.cbe. alt.Uoaanicl$ '- "i'amt "
j the building ot tecieoce Uali shall resign'* president of have .' they bad a ,rlelacecal. I do not tars*.. "'JSYTke r'
without drawing upon tlr.Stetson for Steuoo Uniterslty.-srmply'aud solely p14> *) church{ MrjH.'B; ..Bteven8 au.plol. failed to b* whipped in, be. adverts. Dv. Fob. and 'Mr .; will Im nvrdett for some rears exrept > ,'

1 any deficiency.wblch it bad outdone becau.e ot the scaodal in, the school. of ItrSteteooa'Mr..LLbr' to thesiLtastics.3VUhe.buiaane. ,, knowlt'hl.culd and ..bol,1 have thee ap the manw oEtneeuSi'd .0"-continue tJ J= ,A?&
can wait well,If we
previouslyThis fully .aDdacatdwtb But when It is reaMmbercd that,..Mr.MtetxMi lamlin. th.';',rgulajrly' .employed : and intnly al\borl,t atop .1 its pmeiwrous nexa very year as we r'l'l>
and <
tbe Judgment and the' admintetrattva Himself is the chief promoter very Incepti could wehavanodeneittlaiyear. !
of UT. "'orbeealld"profa'' that be bad Of the scandal; that be has kepi'stir* Iawyetof.Mt8t.taoa: ,W. da'.not 0bri4apiieu of, Florida ,countenttcf. -, do $o..tfbe would. ''Mr'Stenrad.still The. outlook for students tor'--:,". : .:

a correct estimate of the desaamt foe ring it, and continues to do so,bis con- .w u. charge thai,iheae men are work ? hi*' ind. ip he IMIt" mittd 10 his repl.has Iher was eulve YeIr. .1)8 will UB Indeed to aMure and a the UttUdormitory only."roo"- ''f,

L higher education In Florida.Notwithstanding ten tlonr tit!.btie4- of all Its, seeming iaflaanetKl in tb.u poIilolGa.4.,'bi4 oVJl &, afUT\\>.do noifbelieveIfcejr tisDewhen be could have topped .__' .*. i -'. ,".1 .)
,. be Jia4i twice) sincerity John IX SteUOQ.tnd.4I101 ( "' but .Ial.d that he tboughtlL .1 -> IMI* ne nay la eoaclwslon that ><"""* for J
.od,' for mattel by.bea rrlaUonahips, It i1.LM.Wi1J not the free,Pfwnf.Florida.iiaonii rOte far.- .b eoneetve ofjwrnMaltcaate,.__ mya. .signed reports >flodiogis entirely Jolla( i" Forbes; La. blame the ii I, \ 4 .1 | M. fill A'__ I 55J.i A .a**MVfft IW I]
I, sod boDorablcJtCulpathl.1)w.I'cwbe. condition of things existing in regard I /stnkiug,tKujMudeBoe that tbs thvnaejvoa'of, .the "Alala'1a reply to Mr. Stet.ou's brtt5 .1..0 i 10. hiw and- I wan. !U ..:

;i "VLv." btetsojn-or< hi*ostensible rcprc to' tbe ,Uor' AI.04"Tbree-. the _0., ....aDtago iae J PlMidetVotbaa facts on Liothtiiaflltredtake*id" I.thll >l fortu-1 ,' 1)r. Forbes !bad mey..rIL with bim a.L.n0. we w""JdI bO.uihliv 0t" ]""i

ti' eevtatlves- remained lotpla,abley and trouble'/was' 'adjusted Baa Uteltonwent I happen ia aaatauk such roust ,tteir'stand; t on Puucd bI. motives, depnenl..tld.1m vise".or t x.110" _, .50 fair b7 su no IS,_poser_ OC In'' ,

the mliiionaire benefactor of tbe tat : back rOD .Ine'a4justeestevlI'> I ionahipa.r .J Uw tk\cl of rsasoBa.bl neea'and .. lorbes bat .zmtaS.d. eny Shg* ....to'l5:. ." !
stitutlon gave It out that be had cat : time, ,and continued to use T every: J rigbt- Iliflaltons aa to Mr.' Stetio's real ..'. .&_.,* to. the .I.e."'. *ZOt0... 1/
Mr T. C. Seastb'another aoemberot ,., ... .. .J I
ironbin; will the legacy'be bad Inrtar means possible to stir upxli this muss: .o*anea r and, principle? \f*. .beHv tives the matter mo.la wake It eweai. 1' -) *n,a. 11

"" .. Uie school-; ,The brought. ,I.with A via w.to_forcing farbcs swU; ,I iii.baaa% obese ioxy. :.Mr.'Stet thy wilL;' d. ,. L. Se&son herself. and sdssgS.kiSi'C p tou.W"b.kladueaa hoagrt fid amscK) of antilol..O taf ..79 a.". I'qurs'
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OWNERSHIP OP'GLADESSBTTtED Free Delivery for-illnext ;;.------ U-----_. A+ IS

Before winter It la expected that

Miami will have letter carrier and our RHEUMATISMCURED GEE WHIZ I
----- their people doors may I have their malls brought to .

8,000,000 Acre of Land Certifiedby 1 The receipts of the Miami poatoffice Good News, For All Who Suffer
United States Government have I
the exceeded ,
$foooo for the year end Ge TOGRt1BR'S
to Florida, I l log March slat and .under tbe law this With Rheumatism, Free.
I entitlBi as to system of free deliver. To all who suffer with Rheumatism ''r I.

dispatch (from'Washington, Under The recelpta for the year ending will gladly !send' free the wondeiful iSE'S

date of April 3d ays: March aiBt f9OI were $ .ox,, for the story of how my mother was cured after

Commissioner Richards of the genes next year $8,000 and tills year a little : yearl pf. III""ing, together with the ,

took practically the more than $'0,000. stoat elaborate treatise on Rheumatism
al I land office today doubling In two ever published.No ,
Anal 1 step la the settlement ''o( the long- yeArs. Tbll tells the atory of Miami'swonderful matter what your form of Rheu"tnatlsm -

drawn-out contention between, the, JTnl- growth and prosperity more ia, whether acute, chronic, muj-,

ted States and the State.ot Florida over certainly than anything else that can be cular, Inflammatory, defoimant sciatic IT
aald. Few cltieu"of neuralgia, gout lumbago, etc-no mat-
of the lands Included (ID leas than
the ownership 10,000 peo. ler how many doctors have failed in
the portion of the State of Florida known pie ever get to the point wh. r. under your cane--no matter how many aocalled. GOT
action consisted the law they are entitled "sure cure" you have firNOTICE
Everglades. This to carriers. MI- tried-1 want you ,
as the to write -------. _. ... .
certifying the Hat of the lands of ami now only has a population of 4,000 to me aud let me tell you how ---- ----- - -- -".- .-.. .. .- -
the State authorities. Th land all lie but this is more than double that of two nIT am mother neither was cured.Doctor nor a Professor OF INTENTION

loutli of Lake Okeechobee:' The Certification years ago and ten times that of six years simply a plain man of business-but I 7o Apply for Letters Patent. Special Attraction for the WeekAT I
made today covers not only the ago and she Is just now actually beglmi have a CURB;: for Rheumatism. and I

of the Everglades, but also ing to grow. Postmaster II. C. Budge want to tell everyone who suffers with TO ALL,
entire area Rheumatism all about it. I wish to be WHOM IT MAT CONCERN :
the laod Included Mangrove, Swamp! will as aoon aa possible prepare and circulate clearly understood and trust that all I Nottre IM hereby given that on the lltu

which lies still beyond the Everglade a petition for the establishment of who are suffering! with this terrible disease day of April A. D. U108. at ton oVIock 'ft,. in. I"a-

The entire list includea-about the free delivery system and our people however apparently beyond the of mill day the uiiclerHluac.il will ttpply, to the
renion. will all be too reach of cure will write to me thia day Governor of tlceStnto, Florida, at Tallahaiuwe. -
al of which to the glad to sign and lend
3,000.000 acres, ) goes and I will send you by return mail thin :, Florida. fur Letter Patent upon the :
and Will be at Its every assistance" possible to NODE L PHARMACYTetlow's I
State In fee simple, bring about work of mine I appeal especially to proposed chariot lubmlttwl\ herewith pur.
disposal. this Important aud desirable Increase of the chronically |ll'f who are wearied chant to the ntntule In *nch ca..... Made and

over the lands, begun postal facilities. The Board of Trade and discouraged with "doctoring" and provided this loth day nf March A, D. 1 (toll. Gossamer .
"The Powder reduced from cents to cents
to those who have been cast aside as J. JKFFEHHOX. 33 15
In 1880, ,and. has been Jo progressever << Mayor and City Councilmen and other "incurable." All you have thought ANTON It. BEAU: JON. Tetlow'a Swanadown, reduced from 3$ cents to 13 centlUSSELL
since. In order! to'seUle, ( the disputed official will we are sure lend their aid about Rheumatism may be wrong Let A. P. ANTHONY.

point an to whether the country and encourageieutto the end that no me tell you our experience. Surely If OE01K1E!: ZAHF.WALLACE .
& LANSING, Prop'sJ.
and therefore the property of unnecessary delays may be encountered you have Rheumatism or have a suffering R. MOSES. .
la swampy 'Irlend. it will to GLEN O. BTftOUM.
Miami! pay you investigate
land of Metropolis.
the State under the swamp act my offer anyway and prove for jn. ur- SubHiTlher and Inuorporator.
1850, a survey was made. The result of -.- self these claims I make. ARTICLEHOICiNOORPOnATlONOPTHEWEST -
the survey was favorable to the Contention A Prominent Minister Recommends Send me jour address to.18y-a postal PALM BEACH ELECTRIC LIGHT

of the State and In 1897 the Secretary Charnberlnin'B Colic, Cholera .ana card wonderful will do-and 1 will mail yon thi4 AND POWER PNY."' J. HUNTER
Diarrhoea Remedy. story. If yorr have any 'friend .
the certification of the ARTICLE I.
approved suffering with Rbeuiii.itimn' no-matter
the Rev. Francis J. Davidson ot where located send The name of "thin corporation shall lie '
linds to the State. But before pat- pastor me their address; Painting Paper Hanging and'Decorating*.
could be loaned friends of the SemInole the St. Matthew Baptist church and and 1 will mail them a coPy. My address "WicaT PALM BEACH ELae'rsn.LianT: AND !
ants all'egfag' that president of tbe Third District Baptist ia VICTOR RAINBULT. Bloom POWER (;nAIPANY." and IM principal place of Estimates furnished and all Con tracts given prompt and personal attention. n
Indians Intervened Association 4731 Second St., New Orleans fit M, Itldiana.Boarding. lUMlnHM shall. bo at Wrist Palm Beni-h basic Only Union Mao-employed.
the remnants otb"t tribe .'at( aborgines writes as follows: "I have. used Ooiinly Florida, Pontoffice Bos alto WEST PALM BEACH. t t
Ihe Chamberlain'l Colic Cholera and Die ARTICLE
who still remain upon Kvergladen, II. -
.. ..
rhoea Remedy for and p..lnllin I -
their oriKiual home would be dispoaDenned. cramp The RHinrnl nature nf the biMlnixui shall be
the atouiach and (oun.lll excellent. It
resulted Its that nf cunductliiK au electric Unlit/ and power .rvvwvi"mmivwrnr.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.
The complaint another ia In fact the best cramp aud colic rem-
plant to furnish elel'trlllllKbl and
investigation and a special survey, rdy I have ever used.' Alao several of Town powertnnalcl
of Wilt Palm Bench, and Us
and In the end smalt tracts of land were my parishioners have "used it with equally :, vicinity, for all purposes, alas the bonding Dade County State BankWest
satisfactory results Far sale all
withdrawn for the Indiana remaining."It druggists and medicine dealers. by pptclrolile people who.. wlah a pleaHaut mill con tructlngolnn Ice Plant fiirnlBblngnucvHHary

( Isnot believed that similar or any place t<> stop at whlln-ln.. Wmt Palm niacnlnery and manufacturing and Palm Beach, Florida
Beach will And "MI+IARET COTTAGE" carrying on the Ice business In all Its branch.
other obstacles can nOW arise. IQ prevent Juat an Idle Dream. on Olive Htrwt between. Evernla. and e., with the rlKht to bold, buy and sell, real d
tbe final closing of the transaction at a Fern Just curb a .place. Nice" clean estate ponumal property, stock or equlUce;
very early date. Secretary Hitchcockbad Unless John N. C. Stockton, who by. roof neatly furnished I comfortable i, to execute mortnaxee upon Its holdings; to Capital Stock $15,000

already atgnified.hl app-toval 'bf t tbe the-way ia a most estftnable. gentleman beds ; good .Ioolell"me food ; VERY buy, erect and operate all such. umcbhiory, ,
none moderate pi-lce" are the.. recommendotliinM wires and flxtnrM m are necessary In the
before Couiuiia.ioaerRcbards) can choke off of bin friends this Surplus, $10,000
selections Only limited" dumber of room vondiirtliiff 4"if Ita buHlneiw t and to- do such
appended his certificate and all that remains part of the moralvineyard his chancesfor wittrtin he fU'Coinmoilatecl. Table boardaHi acts, anil. have genorailysuch power a'' are .

la for the Interior Department to the United Stales Senatorsblp will! |,,,,'lnlty.MRS. ueceHHHrf> micce Hfiilly, conduct an elm'trlc &HFICKKH DIRECTORS
amount to than Idle FRANK DARLING. light and .power and Ice buHlnixot.ARTICLE : :
Issue a patent to the l.ml.whlch, accord- never more an M. N. Dlmlck President R. N, Dlmlck Geo. W. T-alnhart
dream.-Tuuipa Tribune. III. Gen W. roller VicepresidentGeo. a. B. Potter K. M. Brclnford t
lug to precedent wilt be done upon the I,. Urannlng, Cn liler Oeo. W. Fader W.H. apitsert :;
9- --iftl0 The amount of the capital nlwk of this Corporatlon Canhlcr .. -
request of the Governor of the State. -.- A. AlaiHoliI, AMIsln..I "00. r. BraD''' .
shall be T"0I0t7.lIv.1'IIo..oo "The lauds are all within the froslless To Cure a (".old' m One Day I (t$2&OI1n.90): ( ), to be divided Into One OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 P. M. ',r rA

belt, and! it is believed that with drainage Take Laxative Brouto Quinine Tab II II Thuimuiiil, (1.000)( ) Bhun-eof the. par value of R-vneml- banking bimlnes, tiftnnacted. Collections promutly remUi** they will soon become very valuable lets All druggists refund the money if I Twenty-live, Dollara (V2S.UO) each Snld of receipt Drafts bought andnulU. on the principal ciitea lu United the 8taCM i iB
it fails E. W. Grove's al ii shams may be paid for by the aubncrlbora Inoa.h. ,
for fruit growing purposes. '' tq cure. nervlcee, the
property or Brant-
ore U on each box. 25 cents..e. | upon
-., .--. If were hut 01 the charter. on may bereaftvr Itu de ..AAAAAwAAUAAAAUUAeuAAAAAAAAA..AAAAAAAAAAAA. .
yon termlued by the Hoard of DlmctorN.AltTIULE .
Herbtne Cures. The surest and safest remedy! for kidney 1 IV. --- -- 1 a

Fever and Ague. A aose will :usually and bladder diseases! ia Foley's Kid. The term fur which. this charter shall exii, ,!.t ENTAHLIUHKO; tHTO / .
lop a chill a continuance always cures. ney Cure. Dimick & Riegel. a Chemist:: shall be fur Fifty (1i0)) 7001'1IAIt'l'WLE
Mn. Wm. M. Stroud. Midlothian. Texan : -.-
May 31, 1899,1 writes: "We;,, have ''I V. M. LANE & SON
used Herblne in our family for eight It is reported that Mr. F. E. Bond The bUHlnrow. nl' this. Corporation Shall be ,

yean, and found it the beet medicinewe who owned the franchise 'for the De- You would\ know that conducted by a Board of Dlrectoia. to consist ;250 Washington: Street, New YOt k th
have used for la bilious sold of not teen than lire ((0)), nor more than sevenTI
ever grippe I.and-Daytona electric Toad, baa '
fever, and malaria." our drugs are pure. ( J, llii the by-I Bald\ may specify and the.bunIncwct Southern
-.- It to Philadelphia capitalists and require director to .be elected Produce and Fruit Commission Merchant i h t?
that there is a very strong possibility i each year at the regular annual ,meetlnir of .
After "Crap Shooters." that' something will! be done on the the fetockholdera to he held on the flrnt TueM FLORIDA TOMATOES AND PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY '
not day, In January of each uuhnia. other '
Tbe Florida law maker. ought to take road. --- But you are : wise determined and until year the amt annual Stencils Cards and 'Quotation Furnished on Application tcOtg0110710J10i10ia0ilOltO'i103101107a0i10i107101tO1g011071

heed of the resolutions passed by the meeting of the stockholder..*,Jon!ph Jeffereon,

Sheriff's Convention' 'at Jacksonville, Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough. II. O. atrohm A. A.nth.opy. \ UeorgiK Zapt

and rekulate one deficiency in our present Mr*. Ellen Harlison of 100 Park Ave SO, WE ASK YOU' TO TAKE end W. It. Po40Re.( Khali! count itute the Boardof o Yt0ie0t109101gOlg0iq0o
Kansas City, Mo writes as follows: Dln torM. of which. Board Joseph .leffer- .
criminal laws with reference to evidence "Our two children had a severe attack OUR WORD FOR IT. Hon ..ball be Prmlilont, O. G. Strobm, Vlce- 0i '

required convict persons charged of whooping cough; one ol' them In the JUST TRUST US AS J President A. P. Authors TrelUlllrer, and Aston v i KN

with gambling. With the present paroxysm of coughing would often faint YOU DO Y6UR : It Beanjnq ahall.. be Secretary and /MuperIntemtoqt. .

I law In force It'ls( almost Impossible to and bleed.. at the nose. We tried every. DOCTOR.Dimick I o 0M
thing we heard of withoutgetting relief. ARTICLE VI.
convict parties guilty of this offense, We then called in our family doc The oaken/ of thin Corporation shall eon- o a

Rod the officers of the ,law,,cannot'.ep- tor who prescribed! Foley''s |?oney and else of a Prmlclunl., Secretary, Treasurers Haperlnuindent JIo 0M

Carpe this\ spcMpn: without! spme change Tar. With| the yery first dose they & and such Other 'tbfBrera .. the o 0
'are made. ]l the Legislature WiI.} enact began to improve and "we feel that it Riegel Board of Director may determine. ''The of. JIo
Refuse sub 0o
baa saved their lives. flee nt President and Treasurer and tbe of
some law whereby parties caught gambling stitutes. Dimick & Rieget. 11"001 Secretary and Superintendent may lie

can be convicted and punished, it --.- tilled by two peraonM, a* may be determined "
will not take long to". break up the by the dlreu" '4>r*. a 0
convict plan now looper.
Tbe state
"crap" games,-Live Oak lemoerat. .' ARTICLE VII. o 4, Yo
ation brings Into the atate treasury
.. The tllMh..t| amount of Indebtedness or liability !
<.23.12.29 In excess of any previous t
A Sure Thing. year. subject) IMul I'( shah l| ? not exceed Five .o > 0
It Is -ti-- "bou.anlll.oll.... (5OOn.OO, /-r" a :
said that .nothing is, wire except fOLEnIlONEY TAR fA
death and Chronic Bronchitis Cured. ARTICLE VIII. j tip'
taxes, but bit >Iii I not altogether 0 '
bronchitis a'o .the coag and h..lv!,!Df' 11 vt4+
true. Dr. Klng'a New Disco "For ten yeara I had chronic The namcM, residence and "unrulier of .hariiibucrlbecl >. n
erv for Consumption ia a sure core for so bad that at times I could :,ft by the Incorporation are aa "o
all lung and throat troubles:; Thousands speak frbove/ a whisper," writes Mr. Jobepb follow ; | o 0 :
can te.tifr"to \lhat: old ta; .C. '''B 'I.'Coffuian ol Monlraorenci, hid iy It. ,,ANNO. Joseph' Jefferson, Bu siard'. Bay, Maces Untied Not United p fo

VanMetre of Sbepherdtown, W. Va, "I tried. all remedies available but cbu."tt..200 *hare*.

W I, but got no relief.! Qne t bottle of Dr. Money and Tar. Its effect was almost Miami. World 4-lU-iMO llrnrgo Zapf, Went Palm beach..,Florida. Trouble Never Comes !
Kings New Discovery then cored me miraculous and I am now cured of the 40 shares. ,
bwlutely. It's infallible for Croup disease. On toy recommendation many Wallace R. Moeee, West Palm Beach Florida
Whooping : used Honey and KO. A. WOKL.KV. 1 Hbure/ -TO THOSE WHO USE- r
Cough Grip, Pneumonia people have Foley's p o '0 '
and Consumption. iti ( with satisfaction. A. Went Pains .Beachi, Florida
Try f* guaran Tar and always Anthony:
teed by all druggists. Trial Bottles Dimick & Riegel. ATTORNEY.A T-LA W. 9 ahare. \
United D
reef Reg. sizes 500* $e fO -- '.General practice I'D Stele nod Federal Court. then f.struhm, West Palm .BarhFloi' I Vegetable Paper I
..-- The Clarke strawberry crop this season All business entrusted will\ receive prompt tOflSJ ida, 9 *hra*. '
Governor Will S( at Home., estimated to. be worth the neat :::; Brown Bnll.lln Av. D and t8lbMIAMI. o
NtreeL' II Par wrapping Tomatoes it's the best and most economical. :o;

the'Governor Jennlogl'ls: not going to Viet l site of 6i30ooo.Foley's FLORIDA flEult'lE. P. ANTHONY!: ZAPR >o> ,If your dealer.does not .handle United D Vegetable write to o '**!

.Su Louis ..
Exposition. He thinks MOSES.
_that t the money It will require to send Honey and Tar contains no GK: 1(013; O.-UTi.Eii GLEN O..8TKOHM.IHtateol UNITED PAPER CO. !
there and back" 'had' better be"a and will not constipate like -
P' opiates
propriated to the purchase of lJeeel- nearly'all other cough niedlcineR. Refuse CIVIL ENGINEER If'ouoty, 'loI'l1l8.t! yy Southern oHIce, Atlanta, Ga. if
aeries of this the aubstitutea. Dimick & Riegel. Delore me r\enjonaU.y\ appeared\ \ Joseph Jettorncin. o For sale liy
er life ;.that is a pretty'clev: : -- PALM BEACH. FLORIDA Anto4|\ (. i peauon( Ownm .ap'. W at.iirohr o M. B. LYMAN & CO tan tana. WALTER KITCHING. Stuart o '

way to put it.-Gainesville. ,.Suof snows to yon \ MqM.\ A. V., Anthony\ and Cllen.fl. o H. BROOKER. & CO. W. Jupiter. LYMAN & CO. Delray o } +

::: : The'label on .your' paper paid 1t lTCImLL p. |*mOSAND >) ; \ to pie, well knnwp who oevwally STRANAHAN &. CO Port Landerdale Ii tokokokokokokokokokokokpkok d
1 what datVyqu- 'subscription is : [ .:_. aflUIQwlOlllirfl1t; that thoy signed and, .ub- :
Chllt' ,r,anooga'-Drugfief.Statero.nta .' Tph'e Tropical 8'10' would be glad to have! 4IT/llNEf COVNSKllOR4TLAW "cribed to this ahoy aud foregoing/ charter. 9 eokokokoko.tokokostokoeoetoit

ReViMii J. Miller.. e all arrears sealed prop ptly. tJ'Foley'wKidneyCgreif ( (Inc the use au") purpourt therein contained.. ....----
? OWN ping Store at Chattanoogl. And expressed.A. .
fc.writer: "There II mol< merit !, Will practice In| all the Court"' State and fedt wltavM ray hand and ,olBclal.e.l this
..oqey .-A Tar anyy| taken 10- lime .. ..l. Hiiwlnl! att ntl..d lven to Crisinst. t Oth day uf March A.. 0. 1 SOU.-. J
that Ip \ K" ta a,.U ProbateOiliest
lI"al l
Plber FDolb syryp. The at1i for I IAI it k ords kecurlfyA from all kidney ana t...N. (Notary 1 Bead. ] William I.Metcalf., BUHTON I E. hOE CO.

IlllIlti It tty wooderfllltf and "e' leU' more bladder disease pimlck Riegel. AVENiJaC, : MIAMl.rLA.H. __= .Notary h'ublia.7IouYsIcIbNETcuR:;. .

"Inld t,:n all other cough rup" cont1lckIf '" .. > ,- '
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......--....Riegek 'ee'-Orr Overalls. Anthony's. F". ,ATKINSON, Gravel'1Roo"ing# .-. 'f 'Concrete' Asphalt Paving i

tt tie,a"ooune' that 14'." 'Pra1 k"ii .Tills (:Company after doing considerable ,v-rk for
i .
)1 ATTORNEY.ALLAW.NOTARY. Make Kidney ...! Blad' j'g a hap cloaed 1!deal of tcre e ,', _oW, _. '_ "e" '
o l t 5ooi MOTICR'W. PUBLIC, (McDonald,,McOulre, Mr. .Hainer (agent!; for Josejh JetJFereon, )
railng I '"d' .. .. ... ..... .
;'Peoaacpla. --r.
PI. where" h. near ?,.t Balm l Beach Eleclrlo Light sadrower &IAMl i PU .. ... "Mayor ,WhlllJlo, ,Dr? Munyon, W. P.- .]llatoh-tt, lI.th01lYBrotber. '
wllIDab'! a of .
'ialli' abort homed cattle. 'peetsltt r' Company lucre.... of Capital Second Stock and 'otb ra, will go a".y.tor the, pre'aent;'but.' will b. ,
otle"t" Rlv.n than 011 the to ; sIBELL'i '
'I' J'"o' II..hereby,... 19011, a. meeting of the Stock S.H. RICHMOND, Agent ; ;,, : back t to r Igomplete cpntractior. ."orf..e e' p.lt Miami in: ;

''b: umooia II :.Robbed or''.'ita.Terrora hollersof the Wait, 1'11101 for,Poach thepurPwse.11'C1,10 Contractor' i Builder' ''AUGUST, ;'Any'one,1estrtpgwork, ofethtl'kia'I,; }' 'Would' o'well I Ito''wrttetBURTON
P0157'5 aud rower Company. Grant Coiapaiy. ?
U Perrine
honey I '
t.cklop and Tar; 'xt'.topa hiand.heals of"votingUpon the Inrrense'uf' the eapltal E.rCOEtCOMPANY5'eitheiJaoksonvtlle,.: ,[ : ,,

tbea.lhe Cough I .. If taken and strewp .todl ofyeald'Company. from '::1/1.000./ all, IUI1AI,;}: 1.'A1.'E. }'WnstPALit: BIIACIf'FLAe, : .lI'f: ;or Ta .' ;Our: prlo( \]i.jT': ,, ,':;& ;' lI ,work. ia..
to tlllleit will ,,' ck 'PLORIDA :
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I. e
proveht.n .111 be held s. a e P..u' CUTLER. I .'*Th.. .. 'tn)ik .amJ-tepalrlnn'o1/ bnedingsiv.ucareful "
.filII IPb tltll Ltackrof pneumonia.4+ B..,.. .110000..nl. the. Company.r' B1" ",",w tel & re "Kttentlon." flan,. .,,*u'one <'C.t1\tul-\ ; 'gauantmpaee. t f '.: .... .. ,
.. Dimick & Rtegei.,\ the omeu Ive.on. apulleatlOB. re...r4Ib1',081 -, '. ,
( pout .
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i The Members of the Utopia Club' Go Into Effect on the F. E. C. I People as They Come and Go- PINK

r' I: ,, and Their Ladles at the Poverty 'I Railway Next Saturday. People Whom You May or w WASHES.. .fflffFffiiX,

f-"i" Social Next Week. I Summer Schedule. Hay Not Know.


t: : There U every Indication that there I Tbe permanent summer time card wil Attorney C. C. Cbllllngworlb returnedlast The Ladles' Outfitters
into effect on the Florida East Coast night from a professional trip to
{II.I I will be a Ueciilly ragged assemblage of go .
k of Railway next Saturday, and It will, indeed Miami.
people at the next social gathering
the Club.Wednesday be good news to the people of tbe Miss Leila Anthony left this morning - .
! Utopia entire Bast Coast to learn that it is now be the .. ----------------.--- =- --
: 't ) evening next week has for Daytona where she will guest --'- h_ -- -- -l\

it b'. \ been act nsicle as Poverty Night" at positively settled that two through of Miss : velyn Clalk. :\y;" :: Agents for :Dade :County !;
trains are to be run daily throughout .
the Club, by the entertainment commit Mrs O A. Dreka left last week for Kt.Lauderdaln rt

I tee, and something quite unusual the the summer, between Jacksonville and to attend the bedside. of her I

way of entertainment la promised. It Miami. father.-DC Land Supplement; .... The Blasius" Piano ;
1 has been laid down that the club member Mr W F. Brannlng returned Saturday
, and their ladies are not to appearat According to the new time card, num. night from Fort Piecce r'j where be I "Albrecht" '
, ber 48, train No. will leave Jackson E The : Piano
; this party in their best clothe In 99 visited his parents last weekcY : Good
, order to out the \Idea successfully ville daily at s p. "'., Augustine at
carry of
Mr. B. Prevatt of one '
it Is required of the members that they 6:15: p. in, and Titusvllle at 10:56 p. m. Dade county's/ most energe'ii2{and progressive I The Regent" ,Piano Medium :1
f'!' come, looking just aa shabby as postilble. The time of arrival here is 4:26: a. .in. citizen., was, in townMonday ,
Old clothes are to be worn and and at Miami. 7 a. m. young .V
Train the Havana. mall, will leave on business.
' the surroundings within the rooms are 29
, to be in keeping with the appearance of Jacksonville daily at 9:40: a. m Sir Augustine Mr. Thomas Burns, local claims agent y Manufactured by --
" at : a. m. and Titnsville at for the Florida East Coast Railway, left '
those who are to be guests Wednesday 10:50 r & SONS Pal
. night. The old reliable soap box will 3:56: p. m. The time of arrival at West this morning for a visit to Jacksonville I Philadelphia,

; I' j displace the chairs and old planks will Palm Beach remains the game as at present and other points up the road. ftenil for Ilooklet.V'e eon Bell I'luooscheappr than iinyon,

;. tl j 4 be made to duty for the tables. namely 7:45: p. m. This train is Capt. A. J. Canova of the Lake Worth v ,tr' ,r.ye lit thn Rmtw, -
Some idea of the enormity of the due at :M lam at 9-55: Ferry Company, has been spending several $' t

i offence of appearing at this poverty NORTH BOUND TRAINS. days in St. Augustine, Jacksonville The J. B. McGINLEY CO.

'.j f party wearing anything other than old The north bound trains are as follow. and other points up the const, ou business.

clotlirg. can be obtained by the perusalof Train No. 78, the morning mail, will . .. .

the following schedule of finea. leave Miami daily at 7:15 o'clock, West Mr. II. M. Flagler Is expected to ar. ----- ---- -.1'--" ..': ... .,..,.,............ r- c-... ........ ... .
Palm Beacb at 925: a. m., Titusville at rive here on a special this afternoon The Makeup at a Causal.A r+: 1: )C+, ..'::O'::+.: ..." ..+. ;. .-.. .... ........) ,:'''' '''' e&ji .T x* *..* .'+.,"t ,
consul Is, In certain sense, the t '
r. 2:12: p. m., and St. Augustine at 6:20::: p. from Baltimore, whither he accompanied a Xi \.
To the
Clean face, 5 cents; clean hands, 5 m. It Is due to arrive in Jacksonville Mrs. FlaKIer several days ago'-St. Augustine representative his country. THE
whom be Is stationedand t
people among ftf
cents; shaven face, 15 cents; hair combed at 7:30: p. m. Record. to the local authorities he Is the ,

i '.' 15 cents; clean collar, cuff. or band- The new north bound train No. 98, Mr. anlfrs.. George W. Lainliar Impersonation of his government. Ha :

., 1 kerchief 5 cents; clean shirt 10 cents, will leave Miami dally at 5:00: p. m., I went to Miami Monday, Mr. Lain hart should be a man of dignity, of self possession
decent necktie, 15 cents; socks, if worn, and will arrive at West Palm Beach at going down to attend the April meeting of good address and bearing, f First National Bank !

must not be males; penalty for infringe 7:1.5 p. m. This train Is. due at Jacksonville .! of the :Board of County Commissioners, of tact and discretion, who should

ment, 25 cents. Any person found to next morning at 7:15: o'clock. of which he i la chairman command the respect and confidence "
be wearing any coat, trousers or complete of foreign merchants and officials and "
s suit adjudged respectable by the .---- Mr. Raymond Branning, of the A. S. who should be honored even by bin # OF MIAMI ;

Make. A Clean Botsford Pry Goods Company left Sat traveling countrymen. tJ 1,
judges, will be subject to a fine not to Sweep. '
exceed 50 cents. Whole or decent There's nothing like doing<< a thing urday morning for peLsnd, where .lie When Prince Qortcbakof was at the ,!tj i l CORN J<:n 12Ttt STRKKT AND ANENUK:: C 'j.. ,
will vacation of couple ot bead of the Russian foreign office, the
a 'a.
spend '
* fllioes are positively barred; penally for thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ever '
heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. is the weeks with relative and friends.Mr. candidates for the diplomatic service "
Fl infraction, fi Under no circumstances 4
best. It and cures Burns, after passing the examination were always -
sweeps away
u, must shoe laces be worn, nor Sores Bruises, Cuts, Bolls, Ulcers, Skin A. S. Botsford la anticipating a granted on audience with his I MIAMI, FLORIDA, f;
must hutton shoes have buttons on Eruptions and Piles. It's. only rye, and pleasant vacation of two months in the excellency, who then made a final decision '
y them Hats are required to be worn guaranteed to give satisfaction by all' mountain of western North Carolina.He by observing the manner in which ?1

and jewelry other than gold or silver, Druggists. .. I expects to. leave about the first of they entered tbe room, tbe way in E !
may be worn II I May for Atlanta and will\ go from thereto which they addressed him and their i( Accounts Solicited '
Two Good Crops. I Asheville. \ N. C. general deportment during the Inter ,

LADIES' LIST. Many were tbe croakers who said of' Mr. C. W. Josulyn, of New'York, who view. A consul may know all about' .

The penalties to be enforced againstthe the pineapple industry on tbe Lowe has during the recent season been an Invoice. and ships and also about seals <4 < X :r-.r....::.,.. ?CC ">- ,>.o,<.....,........ o!' ...... t., -........... ><<-"Jf.. $fO ; ,
and sealing wax, but U be be rude and "
ladies are not less severe than those ,
East Coast tbat while there might be \
: attache of the golf links on the East
I undignified, if be lack savolr faire and '
against their escorts. For instance, -- -
one or two seasons In which the growers Side, left Monday evening for his home.
savoir vlvre, be could serve his country
clean hands, clean face, clean cuffs would make money, yet, it would pIA;)'I He was sccompaned north by his friend to better advantage In that obscure YO.taatoROltolio/f0/t01t01tOROROrtot ltol/0i10at0i107t0i1o11oiloilu7lOL- W f

or clean handkerchief, menus a fine out and that a day would come when Mr. J. M. Bates, who also spent the region known as "tbe classic shades\ of iI
of 5 cents. To come with hair dressed the industry would receive a severe winter in Palm Beach. private life."Forum.. i 0
l will mean a fine of 15 cents and the blow. The same kind of croakers, bu i I i. G. 'G. Strohm Company ;
Mr. and Mrs Tom McRae of Delray, '
+ 1 name amount will be assessed for wearing a different set, have said and are atilt A D.r a clean: necktie. Ribbons, unless saying the same thing of the Irish spent yesterday in town, having come Two women, a mother and her little I I r r .j'
j soiled, are barred. Any skirt, waist or their up to do some shopping. Mr. McRae is daughter, were one night watching J
potato crop notwithstanding I'
dress adjudged/: respectable by the dictions both of these crops have proved pre. one of Delrsy'a progressive business their Held of Indian corn"maknl"against I FHMILY GROCERIES I :
judges will entail of men, having only a few months ago/: resigned the Inroads of the bears. The o
a penalty a sum o
wonderfully profitable cnJ, the present a lucrative traveling position to mother bad to'go to her house to prrpare tf V ?
not to exceed Whole de.
25 or season will surpass any previous stasons. buriness In to light a Ore outside. While she ;
la the mercantile
cent shoes not to be and the engage Fancy Food Products }
As a matter of fact, however, was doing this a bear came and took u
penalty for this is fixed at :25 cents. there Is no section of the country or of that growing town. her away. He carried her to his den V f

Shoe laces are barred. No fine millinery the world In fact, in which agriculturists Fred Bgphmann, the well known E 'si and dally brought ber to eat and drink. o o '

will\ be tolerated. Jewelry may be and fruit growers do not have bad Side barber, who during the season conducted He rolled a big stone In front of his 1 Grain and Provisions. | :'

worn, but not to be of gold or silver.A Seasons. Some day this may happen in a shop in one of the Munyon (Linn whenever he went away on big o o .

t heavy fine will be imposed for the this County with the potato grower or buildings.: opposite the Palm Beach Hotel tours which' tile| girl was 'not strong. | JEFFERSON BLOCK j
Infraction left for enough to move.
this rule. in yesterday morning Jackson
Brevard and Dade with the pineapple
she became
ville where he will In business old enough to Jq 2 8
The members of the club and their engage
grower That fact need not be discouraging -! this he used dally to lick her feet I
ladies are making great plans for this during the summer. lie expects to return by S West Pahn Beach Florida.. |
and will sot be to tho-e who which they became swollen and gradually }, t
event as it promises to be one of the to Palm Beach next fall. H1!
have had experience.-St. Augustlu I dwindled down to mere misshapen Y f
most amusing yet devised by the entertainment Record.Per : Hon. WIlliam Lorrimer and family of stumps. Tbe girl eventually died and o7sol.tit.sl.oi.o7.o9.01.o71or SLOSOISOIaoitolsole0l.oko7solxai.oho7r

committee. Chicago, III., wlhs e occupied one of tbe poor bear after vain efforts to restore ,'
A collation: will be served quite In the handsome Jefferson collages on Narcissus ber to life, roamed disconsolately i

keeping with the character of the occasion. .rOLEnnONEYAN TAR street for the past two months l about'! the fields. .. THE
,.,.cAUdreta f safe. 8W'Bp Aa!rtsewTTII'T'I1TTTTIT'IiTTTITTIT left for their Northern home Mondsynight. ,
Clapp's Shoes. Anthony'sfDr.Miller.
---- Mr. Lorrlmer, who represents

one of the Chicago districts, is a mesa MANAGEMENT, ,

her of the United States Congress. MRS.If. F. F1& ''
GARCA| Prqp'r, JagHsoRyfJJe:! ,
.T/TTTtTIITIAIiTTiTTTTTTT Miss. Verdle (Qreaham, who for sometime ', ,"
past has held a position aa telegraph c. :
Electric Lights, Electric Bella, Baths, '.;Complete &er iq I
operator at West Palm Beach, sr- '
rive4 here yesterday and will spend a $ The Best $3.00 per day Hotel in Florida. :

week or more !vjth relatives! and numerous i' The pentlst, la congratulating, '' ''"' saajjjMs sjjsajsjMajgjaajsjsjMiP&x& ... "
[ P COL friends. Miss himself upon his good fortune In ,-;-
125 r C 25Men's Gresham 'J9 one of !
our most popular young!; ladies, anal ber securing, as a partner, Dr. Liddy, $ :: i:xd$ .:$ .
of tyew:
absence was keenly felt by her many #
fnenda. who were 'glad to welcome her a Dr. Liddy is one of the fore. # Newly Furnished Throughout bppie, .'}& ..Per y Jaaff or n

back.-Live. Oak Democrat. 0 most dentists In tbe country, and iA \ i iy r
i will introduce the latest and \
Hon D. C. Hill, father of Mrs. A. P. \ methods known to the profession.best 9 The Commercial i ,Hotel .j 7
_ Anthony and Mr W. W. Hill brother. '
I Reduction I In-',. of; Capt. J. R. Anthony, both of 1 As soon as tbe new appliances !
can be had, and
: Washington., who have been the proper arrange. # Clematl. Avenue Near Jefferson :
f ments made for their Installation, Block'X
guestatof Mr. aDd Mrs A. j P. Anthonyfor i
they announce the essentials .*
the past two weeks, left for home .I of the new departure. W O. W. SCHMID, Prop.

t: on all yesterday morning. This was their first \ The office will bp open all tbe i l
visit to West Palm Beach and they are Attention f
year i Alt" Rooms Art
carrying away with them many pleasant ,

E recollections of their stay here. ------ y To Tra>e'Hn Meri!! ._. 'Lig te4<| Wlfh Guy

Mr. and Mra. S. II. Miller, Evernla J

street, baye! M their guest for a few '
U [ days their nepheip" M). Warren G. Mil r Free Sample: Boom i .f

Clothing ler, of Cbaltanooga, Tenn.', .ipbo; came BQND& BOND CO .f:$. '
in __ 1
yesterday morning. Mr. Miller U "fun oa'OH| >T"pxManufacturers .;
making a prospecting tour of the East -
Coast of Florida, and baa been aa'far '

South as Miami. This is the first time THE; J. B: MqGINLEY CO -f;

be has seen his uncle in seventeen of ,
except Blues i
years, and they hardly knew each

_ and DuckAnthony other UNDERTAKERS AND :EMBALMERS&
---+ 4.. !

Stops the Cough and Works off the Cojd. Lumber, Lath and and Shingles( tl

Laxative Bromo Quiulae Tablets) sure ...Jefferson Block..., t
r c' a cold in one day No cure.No pays3cSee. "

.-,-.. WEST ,PALM: BEACH ,.- -: '- FLbm,,;;,

The Popular Clyde Line I Flowing, Siding and Ceiling, Brick, r ..._ -.-'
".- .,- --.,.,.-. .
Bros. Tourist are still/Rutting: to Florid,In Line and Cement In Slack .
; W.
great numbers to escape the blizzards FEN.TON" &, eo, ]
t: of the wintry north and bask In theiun- ,

E West. Palm Beach Palm Beach ,Miami shine of 'Florida.' A glance st the lists Office and yards on p., B. c. Ry Undertaking 4 and.r4. :Embalming /t
of Clyde (Llrui arrivals ,will show" that

= thin popular line I I.doing a very Urge Between. Polncetta. 3t.&:: Lake Worth. PUp.holsterIrff'FurnluuVe-Ri9palrlng; J!:'.
share of the business. And -
whyshouldn't Mattresses -;'
Awnings, TenU, :Sail*, EIagaBurgee4!: ,:
t. they?, Their al pI'are tbe Private '
:Preparator Scp! | MIRRORS REPLATBD.. 1 j
finest: plving the Atlantic,' stkte-
CoanJ I
@) AJITUONY'S 61i06e : Gruber! Bloc ;
and their tables Narcissus Street WEST PALM. BEACH, FUrt1r:
>, rooms elegant are al lwsyS l- FIJl! 3JRLS and BOYS ,
,tlyS supplied/wltJt'the'very'': best{of ...... _. ...-- :,1.
: ''s SILJoJlfT'IJALEIJIII_ -- -- -
Miss I .
I everything In the.riorthern aDd f southern "" ; lJE,,'jHindry, EwnJa Street"rfevjsn I'1*'i JfSTUTB&JRmE '

,markets \lb., traveling! publick 'tkUa :'mtrerlooe;.';.;'l t i splr'a: ;

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