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: May 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Bill Accepted .ByThe' Upper House A Closely Contested Game Of as' They Come 'and Go-* an a,11n "Everybody's Column. Perfumery,-the best made-at Heim RTH AND"cu RRI 6

At Tallahassee'LastThursday. : Baseball. New Feature Of People Whom You Mayor Board of Trade meets next Wednesday & Broadwell's pharmacy. ft. Good.have' applications money' to desired.lend on .real estate

.-:':; Thursday Half Holiday. May Not Know. evening. Merchants wanting early! closing cards

,I Sweet-Orr Overalls. Anthony's. for their windows: and itpors can be sup- WANTED. I
plied with the same at The Tropical Sun I .W _
The announcement from ;''Tallahassee The half holiday Thursday was made Mr. F. W. Chapman, of Delray, is la Fishing is said to be excellent over at office. Price twenty-five cents. TO RENT, A PIANO

that the Florida Senate on Thursday interesting by a special game of baseball town today a the ocean pier., WANTED months-apply this

panned the bill providing for a new charter between two teams that .ee known as'' Glen G. Strohin has been in Miami Mr Jay W. Spitzer's shoe window in The Tropical Sun was in error instating once( apr. t8-tf
In Wrdpeaday'a issue that Rev. ---
for Wait Palm Bcachy; will he hailed the "Fats" and the "Leans." The scene all week on jury duty.M. < Anthony Bros !'decidedly attractive. PLANTS .
: Mi. Davis of Winter Park would preach
every resident of this J White of Rockledge- has been ._---- -
with pleasure by of the fun was the new baseball diamond J. : The regular May business meeting of in the Union Congregational chinch

place. over on the East Side In the rear of the I spending a few days in town. the Utopia Club will be held In the I tomurrpw. The services both In the .lamums I ) EX BIGONIA'S and other FUCHSIAS pot plants., GER-Call g

The official entry, as approved, la as Royal Polnclana and half the town crossed Dr. J A. McLeay was in Jupiter "on club rooms next Tuesday evening.The i morning and in the evening will be in and see my stock visitors always wel-

"follows : t the Lake to tee the port. No-I Thursday on professional business most complete )fine of tooth brushes I charge of Rev.'Geo. B. WaldronJ. of come. F. C. Belden, County road, one '

"Senate bill entitled an act t. abolish one could claim of "being disappointed I Judge Lewis came up this morning bristle goods and combs ever seen In I Rollins College Winter Park. Fla. ; block from Railroad bridge apr-r-lf.

the present municipal government of the for there was "something! doing- all the from Miami, where! be went on bnsineas, West Palm ,Beach,'I, now displayed at I id
By a large majority, a vote was carried
of West Palm Brach In Dade county
town .
time. I Helm & B'oadwel1's pharmacy. tf, ..
I I Attorney G. G Cui rte was s passenger at the convention of the InterState ------ ------
Florida, to legalize: the ordinances of In case there should be any objectionsto on yesterday morning's train from The G. G, .Strohm Company this Na'ional' Guard Association held EState -

said town and official acts ,thereunder ; the arrangement of the teams it mightbe I Miami. morning received a large consignmentof this year 'Columhus s. Ohio' to bold I Exchange W. I Metcalf Mana- fvget %
to create awl establish the municipality well state that the credit t1 ) marr4-lf
moat as northern
from the
I Justice H. P. Branning returned last water melons part the convention next year at St. Augus
of West Palm. 'Beach, in Hade, county belongs to II. S. Miller, A. L Hough I night from attendance at circuit court; at of the State.Contractor. tine. The people of the Ancient City

Florida, and ,to pro.lde7It. Jurisdiction and Raymond Branning, and those disappointed Miami. >" Yarborough has completedthe are', jubilant over the securing of this Death of Mrs. W. C Branning.. i '

and The powers House, and of Representatives o' tbefcflicers thereof.,has yet' all of these are asked to interview who any or I Mi, T. Newton Banner, of Hobe Sound, erection of & shed adjoining the important convention which will bring At a o'clock this afternoon Mr. Ceo.. '4' '

gentlemen, guarantee in lAnd fire ball on Polnsetta street, to be used SoutlMhonsandS of visitors. L. Branning, cashier of the Dade County
to pas upon this measure,, which in being satisfaction or refunded. There I I was town yesterday today on I
bl1sl as a shelter for the street sprinkler. I Kuox Hats. Anthony's. State Bank, received a telegram from
looked after by Mr. Graham W. King, was reason to believe that the a e I N
Dade conuty's 'representative. If the presence of so many ladies was responsible Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Green of Orlando -I. Under the leadership of Professor Over two hundred delegates 'to the his brother, Mr II. Pierre Ur oolnK, t tMrs.

House .pprov..11 that is then necessary for the brilliant playing of the Fats spent Thursday in West Palm Beach Kaufmann, the Lake Worth band State Horticultural convention at Miami from St. Lucie, announcing the death of
I' excellent last I Rubanah BranninK, wile of Mr. W. ,
played an night from the northern and western
in order that the charter and the Est Side. program ; ,
new. may (with apologies to the umpire); in any ,
of Fort Pierce
I C. C, Branning ,
in the town park districts. ol Florida, have stopped off at
become effective; ia the .signature of event they won out by a narrow, vet Mr T. W. Jackson, of the F. -E. C.I mother of Messrs. Geo. L Carroll,.II. ;

Governor,Jennings. for all that, satisfactory margin of one Railway, has been transferred to Miami i It is. Important that there he a large West Palm Beach since Wednesday. Pierre and Willie Branning,
attendance of members! at the Board of I They have filled many of the local ,
a run. The violent exercise was rather for temporary duty i 'I 1 hotels and boarding houses and all'are of Weal Palm Beach. No particulars are h hyet
Trade meeting next Wednesday night.
trying for some of the heavy)" weights Marshal W. G. DcUetry returned : known of the sad event.
FOURTH JULY This will. be the annual meeting for the delighted with this'.the beauty spot of a r
: but of course the bantams did not seem Thursday night from Miami where he Arrangements have been made to
11 election of officers for 1903.4.Captains the Florida East Coast Most: of the
CELEBRATIONPark to mind it to any great extent.A was inattendance, at cousk.Mr ....'- ,-q( delegates will leave for the.north' this/ have interment take place In Lake y
1 played'and A. 1': Canova and Wm. .
total of five Innings was
View Ip this town. The fa-
Joseph Wells, of Jupiter, first evening and tomorrow Cemetery
C at the end of the fiftb the score stood assistant at the famous light houce twits,, of West Palm Beach, stopped octal! will be held from the Methodist
Commissioner W* Sohmln to 6 in favor of the Pals. off a abort-time Tuesday night for some Manhattan Shirts Anthony's.The '
5 there was .in town Thursday on_ bust- I church at tt o'clock: tomorrow morning, 4t
Starts The Ball Rolling- The line up and score were-ns follows : supplies while en route to New York by refreshing rain of Thursday Rev. C. Fred Blackburn officiating. i

Outline Of"Proposed Fats. Ruus. ness.Mr. the well known launch.-Cocoa: and Rockledge News.A broke a long drouth. Reports from the ___ _--- y
Albert Kanfmaun
Programme C. A. J. Crrpe, pltcber. 2 photographer, returned yesterday To Cure a Cold in One Day
Dan Cosgrove, catcber. oC morning by Mr. H. P. BranninK to the Beach are very favorable, some growers '
three at Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
from a day's stay
There is perhaps no one-in town -wh r \V. Schmid short atop aB morning. effect that the condition of his mother asserting that,the crop will be increased lets All druggists refund the money if t+,

takes more Interest in public celebrations A. Maafield lit base. 2 Miami.Mr. lad become serious Mr. Branning left at least tw niy.6ve per cent. If more It fails to cure. E. W. Grove's aigna-

than Park Cummialoner C.;,W. Schtnid, A. L. Baugb, and base oH. J. Don C. Morris is planning to on'the 9:75 train for St. Lucie. accompanied bowers follow in a few days there will tore it on each box. 25 cents.
and there is DO oDe more 'fitted to make S. Miller 3rd base oChas. leave sometime during the latter part of by Dr. H. ,C. ,lIood be tomatoes to ship until well on towards :.- t

the necessary arrangement. for such af Lemon; right field 0 next week for Havana and other points The ,north bound train on the Flori- the end of the month. A great An Orlando' party composed of Dr.

fairs. For some time past this gentle J. C. Stowera, centre field.' 0 In Cuba. day East; Coast Railway are crowded deal of good was done In town by the B. C. Abernethy T. II. Evans, Joseph

man has been thinking about and talking George Zapf left field 0 Mr. J. C. Harris was In attendance at with delegates returning from the bowers. The stieeta have lost their umby.Charle8 Buuiby and S. E Roper, ;

in favor of. a rousing; Fourth'of July Total -6 the regular May meeting of the County State Horticultural Convention at hick coating of dust and the street spent Thursday in West Palm Beach,

celebration. This year it is the tarn of Board of Public Instruction, hedJn: Miami Miami. ptinklec will, be relegated to Its new stopping over on their way home from

West Paten Be.ch0 provide the celebration Leans. Runa." yesterday.Dr. I bed for a few days. the Horticultural meeting at Miami.
2 An official notice elsewhere in
for this section of the East Coast George third, pitcher J E MII for came up yesterday Sale of land by the Florida East You Know What You Are Taking
0 this issue of The Tropical Sun drawing
catcher .
and if anything U be,done, it will A. P. Anthony, morning from the Boynton and Delray Coast Railway Company and associate: When you take Grove's Tasteless
abort I attention to the fact that the State examination '
J. W. Spitzer, atop sections where he spent two or three Chili Tonic because the formula is '
have to be looked After very soon. for teachers for this ; and companies on the lower East Coast
18t base 2 county
B. ,
The matter baa so weighed upon the J. 0 days on business. will be held in Miami commencing for the- past three! weeks between Delay ilalnly.printed on every bottle showing
Faber and base -
mind of the park commissioner that last Bert Mr. Cullen Pence was up from Boyn- 8 and Pompano for the cultivation of hat it is simply iron and quinine in a
3rI base 0 Monday; June and at a. m.. Superintendent
night he dreamed' that the glorious Tony Huffstetler Lopez. right field 0 ton yesterday on business. He says' the Z. T. Merritt presiding. pineapples and citrus fruits have aggregated tasteless form: --No--.cure- -, No-pay. So cts
Fourth had,actually) arrived and that the W. tomato shipments continue to be very some soo acres The tracts purchased -- -
Ray Branuiog centre field 0 meeting of the stock Mr.John Donk, Jr., and bride, of Tal- '
A postponed
program; had been carried out without a large, with prices firm. : range in extent from ten to 300
Dr. W. Broadwell, left field 0 : holders" of the West Palm Beach Electric I.bassee. have been at West Palm Beach
hitch tract of 306 acres having just
Here Is a draft of.what supposed Miss Kathryn Lamping was the host acres, a
to have, been. the: Hat. of, events for Total -5 ess yesterday afternoon for Lea i'ees de Light and Power Company baa been> disposed of to the Keystone this week. Mr. Donk is one of the repesentative .
called for o'clock this afternoon of the well Known hardware
been 3 plantation of Penu
the day INqtionai"Salute imported ladies meeting at Company yl"anla.
at sunrise..; The umpire from was the Tommy National Ryan League, I'Aiguille tier home,on Datura young street 'In the office of the Superintendent, Mr. The\ growing of pineapples. oranges, firm of Simmons & Company, St. Louis.

direct A. R. Beaujon. The most important etc. will be.engaged in on'a large scale l Durlug a portion of their visit here the
Salute train arrival from Miami. Fats ,
on for the wife of Dr. King,
children "America." N. V. It waa a good thing Mrs. Jeanette King, matter' that will be brought up la that by the company' whose headquarters young couple were pleasantly entertainti
Song by that they had the services of a professional of Atlanta, Ga., is now at Palm Beach of ,increasing: the capital stock of the will be at Delray.-St. Augustine ed by Mr and Mrs. W. II. DaCamara.
Reveille. .', I must have Mrs. and _._
.. for otherwise they visiting her slaters, Davage from $25,000 to $50,000, in -
Addresses by prominent residents and company Record. Ice soda at Heim & Broad
the cream ,
.- been at the mercy of enemy. Mrs.'P. C. Cox. order, to provide for the Installation of

visitors. : '"' r' '' Ben H. Doster was on band with .a Mr. and Mr. Charles Leighton, wto; an ice plant in 'connection with the Clapp's Shoes. Anthony's. w-U's pharmacy t-.
Program; of sports. t. all to ---- _e_ ---
corps of stenographers, experts resided on Poinsetta street, left Wednesday elect He light plant. A( a meeting of the entertainment
Baseball Miami vs West Palm Be .cb. said that this Circuit courtdidnot aC Miami
; and it is open
Louis Mo., ,
the St.
keep score morning for committee of the Utopia Club, held last
Bicycle races. Sanitary;'conditions over at 'the Styx until Thursday morning. Beginning
work was performed where Mr. Leighton will be'employed it decided to the
night, was postpone
wonderfully since the administration
Hose reel races., have Improved : with Monday an adjournment wasraaSe
ON THE World's Fair buildings which should beheld
NOTES on the : entertainment on
Boat races., of that famous'territory has from day to .I"i. by-County Clerk E. c.
Firemen's couteati; Miami versus West One of the funny incidents ol the been'delegated to Justice of the Peace Wednesday evening of next week, to. Deal bora. The delay was caused by

Palm Beach. ". game was the scrap between Postmaster riding to the bases on a bicycle. Eugene F. Haloes of the lslh District. following evening namely Thurs.day he detention of judge Minor S. Jones,

Band contest .- .,.. J. C. Stowers and George Zapf over the Those high balls were to>, much for Mr. Haines Issued pn-etnptory orders, May 14th. The feature of entertainment who presided at the trial of J. F, O'Ber-
intervened in time that night will be progressive
Battle of Manilla Bay.Fireoral. '. ? hall. Their friends Dr Broadwell. However'he. able to on assuming o8'icet that the colored ry a prominent resident of Osceola
'' euchre. This action is takeu on account
: to save trouble. be out again.Barney people most observe perfect sanitary county at Titusville. O'Berry... finally
l band full supply of' so many,. members of the Utopia Aimprisonment.
Grand ball." ,Pitcher Hurd. had on a Mas field refuses to play another laws and keep their premises clean and convicted and sentenced to two years

The above will be something to think' of the G. G. Strohru Company'scurves ; game unless he is given an advance tidy. One or two' seemed inclined to being Identified with the Hoard of In the absence of
over and may .be helpful Jo suggesting which he used circulation to good ad vantage.A during in s-dary. _, _00'. doubt 'the: sincerity of the warning bolbrought'tbem meet Trade for which the election latter organization of officers will and State's Attorney Beggs the interests of"

a program for the day when the Boardof rumor got; Into Captain Branning, Billy Huffstetler a" $10 fine to time and Wednesday the State are being looked after by'Judxe
of the game that the umpire has been little other Important business. on law Mr. W. L.
Uhen there
Trade meets next Wednesday sight.tt the progress and Tony Lope were engaged; specially since very Beggs' partner
Careful investigation : night.'' Palmer of Orlando.' Court will be in
bad been "bought. for the victors. trouble; .
Is understood that this matter of to give three cheers session for several days. /

suitable Fonrtb;of, July celebration: will failed to substantiate the story.C. W. They performed their 'duty nobly. A largely attended meeting of the La Yesterday at Miami the grand jury -:..- a

be one' of lbe'importantitems to be It reminded one of the way him I Pitcher Cripe )had it in for 1. B Me. dies' ,Cemetery Improvement Association found no bill agsinet'Cleveland Jones, Quick Arrellt. l

discussed by_the members of the Board. Schmid ran for Alderman after knocking,to.see outa for pounding the leather so 'unmercifully. ',was held last Tuesday afternoon at who' got !into*trouble over tbe'Boat- J. A.Gulledge, of Verbena. Ala., was h

--r.-w, r- :., get over the ground I '. Me does not forget his school boyd ; the residence of "M,... F",B.Everett, Da- right scrape.- It is unfortunate that the twice In the hospital from severe caw.

three bsgger.: y tnr4 street- The. main subject under discussion voung' man should have been Locket of piles causing 34 tumors After doctors .
Notice. J : Catcher Anthony was so well disguised thinks it Is easier to dress' for' when he entirely and all remedies failed Bucklen's 4.
Jay Spitler the supply of for thecemttery. up forty days was
: was
The. tegalar Examination for. failed to arrested further
,Jt.oe .,. intimate friends Arnica Salve quickly r'
his most than to play
tbS In Anthony.Broll. Innocent of serious crime charged
teachers for Dade county will be held lethe i : windows ; It was 'pointed out that, at the lirflamation) and cured him It conqners -, ,

school house at Miami on' Monday, recognise him. of the game Captain ball especially! wbe ,the umpire knows' the present time the pump supply entirely against him. His accuser before Justice aches and kills pal. 25 cents, at'

June and "' rAfter the close challenged his business- inadequate an4 that there Is but Branniog'admitted ,that the story she any drug store.
to 1903., All teachers who desire i Miller of the heavy weights. was "Hot stuff"' was Charles Lemon's- small bope..of the city water mains being bad told the justice, wbch"story) re _..0.--
take Superintendent afternoon
this examination will notify J
: I to a game next Thursday\ marks be fanned the air: at George extended as Jar south as' the cemetery. salted la' Jones being committed for .Died,
P1a 'Merritt.- at Bnena .Vlsts, I by Professor Allen,' acting for the Hnrds's curves. As way < out of -difficulty the aug. trial, 'was' totally' 'untrue. The 'gian Brannlng.--At: St.-Luciov! Fla., on Saturday .. Yf

JZ.T. Merritt, school boys; Th.e captain refused IP accept 6? 6?'" 6? '61" 'til '61' l gestlon was made Jhat a windmill and: Jury, 'therefore1 recommended sine ,release ," May 9; 1903, Rubanah.: beloved

Supt. ,Public! Instruction an account of a previous engagement ; The collection taken up at the clove of Iaahbe, purchased.; 'A special commit 'not only of Jones but alto of-'the wife, of'' W. C.C; Branning. of For$ nt
Poles *
'May i, 4-K :wlih'.Joe'Sanders' -Bean the game, wee for the purpose of purchasing teecompound, ,Mrs.,'N. S BurnhamMr -; Boatright; tbers; "the latter'' being Plerce.111'; in her jSth year.Service .

Helm'& Broadwela1heve;;; ; ; just received ,I But, it is just possible that some the arrangement ,afore.aid ; liniment for disabled,players.V\ *,,JC* Stowers.end ,MssF1S. : ; Ev' under bond.. ,Jones f conies of >e re. 1 at West Palm Beach', on Sunday ,,'II

5co pounds Insect powder-direct from I f Will be made whereby the School I' ;. Brett was'nominated;: to i look ,, Into,the spectabl,'family in tPolk. county end I May bunk at Methodist church' at.It' {h1;>'"

Parke, DayiseiCo., Detroit,.who',Wennfacture -l Bean Poles will meet Krippendorf'' "Ladies Shoes.; An matter of,water,supply, and obtain' estimates 'bl ,;'ajed father has been,here; to look i o'clock) 'Interment' in Lake 'View' CemI .h,,t

toe known Kl ds.t\ '' h windmill and'its'erection.I .' after tbt Interest of bis;sori.. 1 h-- .A ; ,
bisect foe* ul terf'
purest : powder ,! .t. I ,
to the trade, ""I'c ,u.- I I'' AI..B.ugb was fined, 'thirty. ceat .for thooy's. i V 4 ,. wi, < 'l t *',*.- '.J.If', \ -7t t ,. d*+l'' .W ) ,
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fore more Interesting. Th comrata- With the work that will be completed PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
slon baa had more trouble in securing tbi year, this county will be well .- 1Qr LE)1\
PloBMT Pops. Onto Gaunt/, Florida. ol. dieuce to I its orders from 'equipped' in'' the ttmtrer of :good LAW..

Published Every Wtdacada and Saturday : the L, & N. than from any other roads a.id. ,If,' 'ia addition tdf thia, D.G.anlWJNawLa. ; u.o.e.cunam- .
I railroad operating in Florida. That; dera1"d! should, come, Florid
company baa shown a. remarkable could boast of till many miles of <>f --
UBfCRJPTION, PRICE, ':3,00 PER YEAR. resourcefulness in diacoverlnf! ,,legal, good rostra' atanylatet;Jn thftt Uuton. 'ATTO fNEY8AND CtJ NBEL1OR8, '

methods of avoiding or staying' tbecommtlllloo' T a, ,) .West PaliH.Beacli.' a r. li'la., ; ,. ,GAS, OH) '(. N 1:E
Sun Publishing Comp'y ----'- Tn: :
I Tropical mandates and only

Y HARRY L. BROWN MANAGER. this week it; haidofeated the commie t A......GREAT INVENTION. H.Pllt { NLNOe: I S TV: i E S

eion'e order ot April 15, requiring iQ I An inventor has bobbed. up serenely -. I .' '" ..' .
Q Used at the Poatoffle of Wot Palm Bach 'a Aitortxiy! and,C unJtJ1Jo.arLaw'I
Mcond-claa mutter. : to reduce ita, paaacmeer rate from witlr sure enough solution of -- These stoves are of various oltes: and makes and (Cey ale FOR SALE= : ,
i baal the motion Ia (Onicre over Bank ) reccometid their alt < < al Price I
four to a three-cent) per nolle on perpetual problem which will use tq t "
( SATURDAY. MAY 1). 1IMJ3. and after May let. When'May' ar- describing.hiemachipet.thei i : In vento 2.161902 '
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.. rived the railroad company was says; "pyry \v': I. MliTOALJP, LJ T .'0' "' H E' :tr"7 S171 .

i.1 'y It takes an old fashioned base bull prepared",with an I injunction grantee: "Tbla ipvention utilizes tbe tr.r.iv"r.tatly .! .= ATTOHNEY'AT.LAW., : '\ tl .: I ;
a match to draw a crowd. Uere's to I by Judge; Pradee of the UnitedStates force of a::traveling weight a... 'NOTARY PUBLIC. \ ,
I .f
the Fats. Circuit Court restraining the ranged to move in a,, circle and; durIng Will iiraottocla County' ,State n..a cederal' -

enforcement of the order. The railroad each revolution to pasa to wart e Courts" LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. .' -.. ,t.
I' Birmingham, Alabama !is enfay- comtnioBlon Saturday sprung and from toe renter of rotation ia a'' OtflcclnTiioriCAi. BUM Mock '" "

+,, is ing a !great building boom. Prices another,.little requirement on the L path, to bring the preponderance of Wwt t'aJiu UoAch. Dwi,County t 10..1.H. ]IUlllUAIIDT"S Weatl'alwpeach.az; 6, looa ,I

'I on real estate have gone sky high & N. in the shape of an order requiring weight on the descending side, ot 'the' Ii. tJ! HAUNUIiUS.; Jr., WE ARE JUST '

: it to show cause befora.the com- rota ii;., support,currying the'namweightwhereby ,! .11aA7TORYEY.tT LAW ", ,

Every member of the Board of on May 11, why it shook power ia!! generate, AS ANXIOUS e' '"'/ as
Trade should make it a point to attend not be required 'to 'erect a freight to perform efficient'work." Comer Olive and Datura SlneU ... .f
i the regular meeting next Wed- passenger depot at' Oliver station What simplicity! With ucb a 13.6.1 WBBT PALM BKACH. Fl-OltlDA To serve our home people and value their, patronage, just as highly !
as we do thai of temporary residents in, the winter and
nesday night. and establish agencies at Ponce,de clear And concise' description any, ,A J. KUWlb. ,. In,consequence of this ,.... f.i
Leon and Deerland, all on the line of school boy ran whittle ont one of the

Sam Jones will lecture in Gainesvillo the Louisville\ and Nashville Railroad :: machines easily. Just arrange' "one ATTORNEYATLAYand NOTARY PUBLIC. Our Store. will Remain! Open ;;

A 4 {t. on Tuesday of next Wl'k. May in Florida. I weight .i-t') wilt "pull" 'up 'arsecoti( Af..!e'the U. ..Fidelity: *.Guaranty Co..ofBaltimore .,

if 12lh. What has Gainesville done to I weight''with nufflcteii: force to pqll Ofllre at corner ol tleraatlM, Md.Aronii' and Nan.cWeu. AM Day. Every Working} Day '
desirve this visitation? FIFTY I MILLIONS I FOR GOOD ROADS. the'first weight Wck to the original, l ":''WrU'.lnjIleaeh.. Street, over.tttruanTiKtoro. : t"4.\10'\ :

When Col. Brownlow of Tennesseeintroduced : point starting bylts own motrientura r ,-- .in the Year: :

} 1 Speaking of good roads the Stateof : bill la plus the.. aurplua energy, of the J ADIEI. *,E..A _.,UJ\VS.!:, .
c Massachusetts baa.built 415 miles _a Congress appropriating second weight, .and,, the longerth; A TTORNI:f-A -LAW, during the regular busslnesa hours you will\ find-"us ready to serve ,1
with the finest well the
twenty million dollars, a you as 89 ordinary needs of your
'' ol good roads in the last few years, old thing runs the greater the inri l. NOTARY PUBLIC, table at the lowest prices;consistent with .the
at a cost of 500000. Truly the' fund for NiHionalpld to road ira dated power. ProaxcutlnR Attorney of Brevard Co qualities of the goods ordered.L. "

movement is spreading. provement in the United States, a- Preut schemes Brilliant Idea ii I,! FT. PIERCE AND TlTDSVtI.1,8, FI.A.GEO. .

good many people were startled at Much like( tbe happy thoughtthatonce M.' UOHINS|| w. BUBKHABDT ..Finest. Groceries "

Several Florida towns are arranging ;- the size of tbe'figures. The amount inspire the massive. mnd| 0'' ;; urlt will pay you to,purchase,'our'Coupon Book*.
small\ comparedwith that celebrity whoinvented* alP Attorney and.Counaelor-qt-Laui
for the observance of the Onion however eeema very '
Memorial Day on the 30th ,lust( It the sum that a single State thod of, lifting himself] clear of. the Will practice In State. and Federal CourU, #. .

is none too early for the citizens of now f'ropotn raise and spend ground by,,.his boot str8ps.-Ve"sa TITIJ VJ I.E. FL4. .. ;
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.. West Palm Beach to prepare for the The New York legislature Las adopt? rola Journrtj..e..e MEQfCAf. fl'D spj1cAA

aiuendfnent ..
event. "
ing-to riae and spend. five million\ +iNNN.NNM Dit. s. n. Y I f fmen's
The great Confederate Reunion dollars annually for ten years, or : : WHAT THE ,3TATC- ''/ : SURdEOXQMcp '
planned to be held at New Orlen.n8,11I fifty millions in all. This amend .1 '
Hd ,
Kqqnta NQ 03 cud Jetfentoo Block Outfitter and. .Tailot \
going to be the greatest event of the Pliant mast-paaa: the legislature againin PRESS AY5NNH Rmldencfi. Qatar Stjvwt near Depot.

year in that city. It in now certain 1905. find then it will go: before tNtl'.tit eNttf 1. WEST PALM PEACH. FLA. ,
that the whole 100,000 will be raised the for ratification or v
people rejeotion.
/ Both Clean /i'laa' p. .E4'fON, Ii!. D. ., >.
Fa L *
before the reunion begins.; It can reasonably be expected >
Hon. C, Ji.BrowD. of.Ocala, baa gig .
that,the measure will ,meet with po. | HOIIffOPATHIST.etnoiJlHt ,wr:* \: ': j
nified bU intention of making tbp face wST.r4LN; 'Uii4-CH. yURIDA.RLI ch '
Numerous have been sent pular favor. The people of New WestPalm..Bel ,'May 1, 03
inquiries for Governor SKaipat Hon. Robert, 'W, 0 ppoelt4t C lIl'1'>h. OfHcvoM .
M to Park Cowmiwrionpr C. W. Schmid York have given; the principle/ of Davia. It will be SB Interesting' face: be 'meti, ,""'. aevI ..onto TmnPleOlDpe :-i< '..:._ ,. ./' '.
hour 8 to 9 m # to 4 itnd 7 to 8 .ui. .
asking him what disposition be State aid a thorough; trial and the twtn twocUap.?" able! men. ,Col, i'"Bob )iMRilV t a to + I"1" p ., ;' ",.;..n
made of that promised south anal results have been highly atatiefac.Cory. (I. our per.oue.l'cbojce, but Cot.,.Btaw Special Atwntlon Qlrun' to Pbeaw. olWOIUOK Messrs. Doynton and Delray, *
F 4 CIIII storm. No replies have been forth will,receive, the hearty awpport. pt; the I Florida. .. >, t" .' ;
k coming.. One of the objections moat loudly OaxettC'Newa should,ha Ret: isle nouinstlon. H.V.. JIOOUBl.,: ,.. ", '
urged against both State and, Na- .- 1to.lla.Oazetle-Hews! .04PHT810iiN Gentlemen i_ ? '___ '
Chief' Dewey has troubles of bw tional aid Is that it will encourage ... Offloo over Iilll' hm'. atore, WEST 1'ALU In reply to your communication of:the. 25th! ult, asking ]
own. Monday night; his daughter local communities to neglect tha Improvement flore Pltht.from,Tampa, BK CJI. Beilitene peer Royal Polnalaaa !

Anna, a favorite in the New, York of their roads find Now that Tampa haa a lime factory, Hotel.PALM BEACH. 11-. about our line of Clothing and prices we, beg,to .tate that} our stock of

'- > ninth district, slipped away from depend on the Stflta sad the .Federal that clty'a three Journalistic grace B. PUTTER. M. D.. '
home and married Edward B.: Fink Government to do' the work for ought to lorn on strong light.-Pen. R. Clothing' Is worth your Inspection;; prices,are from 15, to 35 p-r cent

+ Now papa ia after them with, a shot them. But this objection has 'proven lacola journal, ,* 8.98-98 W tCKT PALMBEACH. FLA. ,

gun. to be purely imaginary.; '' In np ; lower. than at other stores. This'. (J8.,'due, to a'.cssb7 purchase." The firm,
t place where State aid baa been tried "Prolr..." 11111 Wtt<"yor : C P. PLATTE M. D.
The cutting off of the low-bangiug I baa any such result -appeared. Ou I In zoo Lade county had popwlafl .. PHfSfCfjH! AND BURGEON. -!ve'bought from needed the cash badly ,they'had.: ,1to get loose. lu

branches the rubber trees along: the aid from the State I r 4.933.! A 'ccent directory 01 the dJ1 "
contrary aIlI"Jr&tlJl'& { >>rm.1 ::ill hodr.of. theday spite' of'other ktorea advancing prices out them down to a flni .
u' 'the streets, would bAI decided inv treasury only stimulates local sell of Miami alone Indicates a popuUtion 'of. we can i,
a provement. As it In at present, It competition over:5,000.I -St. Augustine Record. I2-sq JfjQ BoET; PZKpc#1 JIlL ,- ,
help. arouses warm 1 i 1511. Wp can ven he'dear eerfieldera wfth suits Olus.Bultlngly I

pedestrians have to keep a watchful among the counties and townshipsto > supply? ? |R ,. !
: eye; on their headgear when walking DENTAL "
secure a share of the State nU
along the sidewalks. funds. Instead'ol sitting down and COURT WILL 1->U. IIOUO1ITON yours, {.

folding their bands as predicted) .the MATTEROt -DENTOS"BULUAMIX .SOHNEIDMAN o I
iIt The grogs earnings; of the Southern local communities are raisiug '4great AECC1JM ,. DOCK,PHONE t* ,,;

Railway System ,for March deal more roonqy under; the 'lb.. e* On .. w WEST PALM BKA U.It. TRY ...... "
1903 were 13,810,500.12. The disbursements stimulus! of State aid than they did ', -MAP <
LouUvlIle Nashville Lines ,' }
were $2,884,097.10, before.A '
making the net earnings f 025,821:: very important advantage that In Tiorlde"Some a. ,' OJMTI9T r' STRAWS\ STEAM" -LAUNDRY

1 1.0.1.: This is an Increase .over March comes from State aid Is intelligent Dmco in Jelferaoa Jllocr.WR8'F ) .
',' of !last ;year of 14313423. supervision laying\ out road, selecting 'few week, ,ago: 'the, 'Florida Railroad BRACK. pod. save (he worry over biUtonless- shirts'" and -faded- fabrics 1 ,-: r

materials, and In methods of Commlasion I leaned aa order to tbe PUBLIC work called, for and,debrerefl} promptly, or If left ''wlth,"1\1.\ H. Aulun,
r The Chicago & Alton railroad has construction. This may mean all Louisville & Nishvll'-e' Railroad- Company the Clothier, It will receive the same attentionSTRAHAN"BROS.Proprietora.

bat built the moat powerful locomotive the difference between success and to the effect that they should redact GUY I. METCAJLF, : : r

n, 'I in existence. The cylinders are failure. Every year millions of, the he pae enger fare. on their road 'I In I NOTARY PUBLIC Cor.Clematla Avenue and Railroad Way. {

Y 22 inches in diameter by 28 inches: people's bard-earned dollars are florida from four enta to three ceoj. F.r the Statt of Florida; at large. "
,Stroke; the driving wheels are 80 wasted virtually thrown away. In per tnile. The L. & N people offered 9f11, '1 Mortja_ Leo*"* and Co"tract.eoaVII.C.fn.r .

Inches (rn diameter and the working fruitless attempts to' patch up .bad strong!: objections to this order and 1C- All Work Uu"r.ntiMjl. ?A 5Dtt'.\..illvf6or)I WIN 0 W AND OUR- 'SCREENS: R j 6
,_ eteam pressure is 220 pounds. Its roads, to' fill mud holes, and to. improve cored tbe iunance of a United State .P1-10 faowoai HUM Block. ,

t l weight; 374,000- pounds, including : re ode with unnecessary steep Circuit Court injunction retraining the West Palm. Beach. .Dada County. Florida.. We have installed a_ eoroplpte,Bnp'of wcninery

tender. grades; all because there la np one 'in commission from 'laming, the ,order REAL.ESTATE and INSURANCE r-- ;'for the manufacture of-window" and ,:
l t charge: with the knowledge, judg N'w the commlasioo intends to follow door screens 'w icli we cover with the best

The Gainesville dun truly remarks : ment, and authority to do the work nave I be caw lamed throngh-; the tbe courta aDd they wALLACE U.,,MOSES, grade of screen wire cloth.:
that if the editor of each of the eighteen ; as it ought to be done. following. Circular to *the and i
> goods
publics! 't' Quootuor to A. W.Robert /V16'38 are ,made 'of. ,Cypress
thousand country newspapersin What Is said of the advantages of "On the Ijth! day of April A. D., 1903 HtJfL ffWl AHO (MSUffAVgf, finished' the'natural wood., 1'
the United States would inauffUr; Wtate aid I.Ipplies\1\\ more forcibly the At-ot lor WH Palm Bcauk. Town' lota
Railroad Commlulon of Florida alao for before
Hs glee
roads We, ..1'.lm B..ch Water Wo k..
In his
rate a gppd movement ; to tfatiobal aid. Its effect will the ,
Loui.ville,8N.ahrilla\ Railroad NOTARY VUBLIC.
a own county, and-bring/ pressure to be far reaching ft wjll) quicken the Compaay, jo operatea three,,cent 11-ai-lUOl Ctonmtta: Avennc' W ,bear on Congress it would ,be the pulse of the ,whole nation ]ft will '' passenger fare over ita, line in Florida, J

1 r greatest lobby for the welfare of the arouse universal activity. "Good'' operative Mar rat 1903. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER EAU QALLIE, FLORIDA

.country the world has ever known. Roads". ..ill become the people' On the tgf-h d f1_of April an injunction _
watchword throughout; the length wa 'laaued by the" ynltecj Bales'jj>>lt r. ,BKOWN, r ..- --- -

Here ia a sermon on good roads and breadth of the land. A quarter Court reatralning the CommiMion,,front AWHITEBT ,
enforcing: this or"er.10' far,aa it relates! INOW'LPER.{ .PItaiits'!, ,,P iants t Plants!
v from the Cocoa and Itockledge; News; of a century of work under National to tbe Feoaacola & Atlantic Plane and apuli, tJoao p"oud.Jobbin. .. I ;
ul and State aid should .t wo'k tfTen' poIDPlaU."tlolI at ,
"Before we bad any rock and shell give the and the Alabama, & Florida Division of Shop on Datura Street. Now !Ia the '
a roads between this place and Rock. United States the best system' ,, of he Louisville &N.shvstleRdlroad Com 'I to begin' } to, beautify',yoHF. !?
,. I'
I home if '
ledge/ a two mule team pulled sixteen roads in the world 'instead of almost -, pay. InFlorida, and,the,,matter I will : : you' have not- begun

h boxes of oranges; from there tbe worst as at present have to be litigated In the courts and,a ,Call on" J. :p. HOPGOOD

here to tw loaded on the oars and it It looks now aa if National aid fa fiwaj dfCfffgiav! not be reached for some J, B. niLLEU! j. B.'UDOY "
T wan about all their could pull. Now bound to come in 'the neap.: future. time.( a and, make.your wants' k'riown.k k

.that we have hard a road that sameeam Already the State. legislatures .of Pending the determination of this suit; ....... : COR. ROSEMARV'ANPFERN STREET5 ;
of mules pulls thirty-Mv boxes Alabama, .Tennessee Wisconsin, be traveling public are added to
.of oranges over the name route with New Mexico, Missouri and Minnesotahave maud from all agent from whom thaynrcBaae
I > tickets for
_ greater ease than they formerly pnl- put themselves! on record in its these division attire Louisville & Wa.bV over I THff BEST 9WMuIgoaMagqes' ,
2't t led sixteen. Let doubters figure the favor. title Railroad / .WOIlKPOR. .
sAgrffat Company: M the State of '
I Ut'iK1! C0"90"0 of Crotons in the |JBftad : "f..ima, PbyWm. Ilan
tr gain." many people ia "FJpridn Florida, or any pert thereof, receipt for THE'LBAST, to. All itites: : ; ,i
"" '' *'.'. *' po' rows
'TT "I'-'TTt" favor State aid Full Linea ofCltrus,8tockgrowoon
in the building ot ''UI#money paid and 'to file tbe aamewf MONEY ,
$t It looks like a Oght to a
,y the Louisville k NastivUV" Indian 'war claims l fund for that pur try and collet ('wifjfcvzerom the 1 JOHN, B, BEACH., West, a'm' Beach' Fla

ter Railroad and the ,Florida Railroad pose, bus been !suggested.; Pot.Dade_ Loul.vllle( K WA.hrilia| Cpmp.ar, 'In .b* \ .,,Room, 132 JelTerion,>> Block '. .
'ommI8 ion. In another column la county ,baa, not .waited for ,either event of declaion aaitaining the action : : : ;
; this issue appears an order just, i is--i State or Federal std.! but baa started of the' CommUaion In ordering the 'operation > Wsei' B R. R. M.Mel Brown' rmleL Prwldnnt' +
of toe three cent fare by tbe tool. &&Dk O of >> nit oeo.'H. ny'
,oed by the Commission bearing 'on the ball rolling t la>aocb .' manner Vllle& Nashville Hallroad Palm I 13C8))y']/ I Cbarl.al. O... b.td.oiMb..r.) .
(, .aecorio% 'of receipt lor ,railroad I.. to cause the county to be held l opaa : Company"$ tBeach,, : !) .... '
"x+ (area. 'A. time passes the'.traggte; 'model throughoutthe'Htato' 1JEerrasdttb.'BapwNalChm.Bigs.a st ,"FlortOa
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JAarf lflfoAL$, ;' "
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ABOUTTHE An Appeal For Aid

HAPPENINGS 8.t..th. c..t...... .
The Church lIonul and IIospltar of.1 The .BOv1ndJl"1-Jlan brJOsKroom Pre- 'f... '-.. ,. -
Orl.1o\ has for gome time louts
needed to hta
STATE a prayer book .:
more ample and suitable accommodations and many other gifts, which usually; Un ,FOR ABSOLUTE SAFETY ]

to tneet the Increased demand! caused lade a gooso. She In turn gives him

A storm that ftssumtd the, propor by |Its ever widening scope of useful i specially In Swed/n. a shirt And-this "

I of a Cyclone, :s'wept"over, holly ness. These accommodations will soon ''he invariably wears on his wedding Deposit your :Money In 9

tion. last Monaav, dong. I'eonsidrabledamage. materialise, thanks to the wise lore- dllY Afterward he puts It away, and

Hill ., .., ,'" thought, intelligent\ work and uodls- It under again no ctrcuumtnnees) will be wear :
while alive. But he wears it .

Wbeu you want Stomach ft pleasant to: and take Liver physic and plea.Tab.trymhcrlaio'l which mayed.imbued persistency many outaidets.wllll'the management In who his earnestly grave, and believe there not are only Swedes In the tb BowerS'' Sahs\ Bask :

iota They are( easy.ate all rugKUift spirit and as a, consequence subscript esurrectlon of the body. but In the .
For (
nlo 1 tifect Dealer. I ions were raised for a new and suitable veritable resurrection of the betrothal .. r

'ftrt"p-- Medicine acre hospital ,bunding. shirts of such husbands as have never OF, THE CITY OF NEW YO&K. ,,

Mr.C, A. Dupontbtt twenty Work, has already been commence broken any of their marriage- vows I 'f

patcb of lomawe i at his ;farm ;near Oil a new' building with modern I. The Swedish widower must destroy on I Chartered J634 Now h&s J40,000 Depositors.
Iha is 'Ieldlllg enormously. eve of his second marriage the
; ,
St art Bhipmentof.i6ocrates:: : : 'netted pointments to cost about $6,000. Half rldnl> shirt which his first wife gave

The first ''shipments of that sum will yet have to be: raised him. Assets, neatly$1oooooooo4oo
)llni to'00 pilI' before the
new hospital can be com-
usand8.-St. An-
th '
wilt soar 'Into':the .. plated and out of debt. This will be Too Great a Risk. \

gustlne Record.Tjtigntion the only .church hospital in, Florida. In almost every neighborhood someone 'I ; "

which has wxterided: over I A chaprl will\ be built adjoining the has died from an attack of colicor One Hundred JVIilllons)
has'' been, settled by the cholera morbua, often before tnedl-
tweoty year new hospital; also a commodious -'I'
Seabord Air Line closing a contract room with all modern convenien-operating cine could be procured or a physician All the earnings belong to.and'are held for the benefit of depositors. The bank is managed by 43 -

& Knight, representing\ ummoned. A reliable remedy for There are no dividends to anyone excepi ta Jepositors,
with Hendry these diseases should be kept at hand Trustees who give their services ratuitonely.! _

tbe owners of the ;property, for the I I ces.All who wish to futnish a memorial The risk i is too great for anyone to tithe '.

of the( water front aDd other hamberlaln's Colic: Cholera and Diar- '' Drafts MaII."J
purchase garrison at Tampa for a! room or a memorial of any sort are requested rhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved Es T" Deposits 'Received and 'Paid'by
lots In the to notify the secretary Revs 11.
the lives of and relieved
I more people
consideration otf40buo. It i expected W. Greetham, Orlando, as soon as .more pain and suffering than any other Printed instructions for opening account with, this Bank will be .forwarded to

the properly)' will be used fot'the' Sea- possIble, as the new building is ezpected \. .medicine In use. It can always be de. Bank
board Air Line terminals tnSensation. 'J' m'pa. to be ready for occupancy by I pende'! upon. For sale by all Druggists ,: any person on application to The Bowery Savings -

October I. 1OREATELY end Medicine Dealers.A 128 and-13Q Bowery, New York. .

ALARMED. -.-- ,
sensation--LeesvUle, Built at TIC!.. WILLIAM H. S. WOOD pmM.nt. -
There was a big -- 't'
Ind.. when W. H. Brown of that place By a Persistent Cough, but Pemanent- To take a- bath at Tlflls Is to court 1 JOHN J. SINCLAIR, lat Vht-Pntitlfnt. ROBERT B. WOODWARD, M nea-PrtitiUmt. '

was expected to die" ,hud his \life a wonderful experience. Abundant TRUSTEES..,
ly' Cured by Chamberlain'sCough r:
saved by Dr. King's.New Discovery forConSUmP0fl. springs of water strongly Impregnated f W.AITIKW. Jocf, Il '..,lArtivr. M etuc W. MACLAV. Jour 3. SluclAin.
lleewtiles* "I endured Remedy. with sulphureted hydrogen, supply tbe Joint HUUK U. At'CHINOUXM. KlUVilllf; \tllJIKKn.IMOUBHT ,SiibuIJticIii." WI1J.IAM M. HPAORVAM.JAMKS .

Insufferable .#goole from asthma but Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law, building, and In its vaulted chambers UKmtim 1'. UAKK, .. : ,*"Ml(BHII-KKt.U 1I.I.AWAV.iCHARJ ,Iurrn.\1MIAM l M. M1I.UKRN.A. NAHII., DAVID BTII.I.MAN.8. TAIIHH.:
P Bti.nwm
vour "New Discovery,gave u>e, Inline- in Greenville, S. C. had been troubled far below the street, there Is no sound OOTAVIUS HaNKY O.:a..."...... vouMtt.i.v It H \antrr.lril4HLI \\...rIAM II iAHHnifA PltllKLNS.INA (PBAMCIH;niKl.it'i'H.. M'MITK.WAHHINalVttt TKNHKV. 1,

dime relief and soon" tnetesfter ,effected of Con for four of five years with a continuous but the splash of the fountain and the '- ('Hanrm V!1'C;! 1044.1,0w.HlloHAwIJOH.N 'Oo'Hnit. '''.,A.flies flKNOKHdON'i (3 I.AWHKNCK O *4. PLATT M IIjNIlf.WILLIAM -
complete cure. Similar cures which he ". really alarmed \V'II.IMM. liwiine II. UOBINIWH.HCNHV H. S.CH.
aDd I cough says oiling echo of one's own voice. Henry W. CiicuKANK.OHAH1.KM JOHN U J 11110 ( HoilKHT B. WoonwsD. .
sumption. I'l1eUOlolllaDroncbitill' i tile. causing me to fear that 1 was in the Gorman gives a description of the T (MK. I lOrHaeii, IToE.4HUM'I CIUKLIUt A.8utl1a"no. ""..'... EunK"1I UNOKRHILU _
Grip are numerous. Ira the ,peerless first stage of cODsuUJ lloD." Mr. Bur. JAMKA W CUOMWKI.IJ.. ( JRHPMIAH.TMOVIAS _
and troubles' masseur who presides over the bath \ B,KBNT. .
tang ILI4I.A5OIAKD-iuMWiCx.
remedy for all throat 'I Chamberlain's Cough -
baRe, having seen WALTER COQOESH Ati. &cr6lA'1'V. / -
-Guaranteed and makes Its most eeeentrtc feature. HENRY A.BonENCK I Cot>.pi1'IIlI "
.cents aijd f i.oo, Remedy advertised concluded, to it.
Price so try .
''Trial bottles free. "He Is a Persian. who speaks but ft .,., -,. -._, '" "...-. -
by all druggists. I Now read Wnat be !says of it: "I soon ", .. ,
-- felt tt remarkable change and [I alter using word or two of'HuA lon. Ills bend Is .. :

round his, _ _ _ .
Frostproof- Polk I two bottles of the twenty-five cent huved, a rag Is twisted ------ -- -

J. W. Carsonof size: was permanently cured." Sold by waist, and his feet are dyed orange.: K.. ANNO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oI
la very enthuslanlid.: regarding/ alt and Medicine Dealers. suddenly -
county Druggists "First be rubs you, and then '
Ills section of the, Stale.. ''He says the -....- as you lie face downward on the A TTORNEY r.LA W f

orange and grapefruit trees' have all I. The -success- of the jetty work on marble slab he-la upon your back his ffice-Pront Room K&t,hett Building. Ave. Ii J.Miami. I PINEAPPLE GROWERS f PACKERS o

they can do holding pp"tb;; young crop Cumberland sound bar the entrance feet dug Into your spine bill handsrasping Florida. 4-iS-l-w X
at fruit, and if the iteasou'coutlnueal aalt, to ''Fernandina barb, la now fully your shoulders, to ncrease I ..0 X

started the sue \of ;the'.crop,tn" Polk I.'demonstrated the government engineers l- the pressure. Slowly, with skillful his feet np- F0. '4. WOKL.KV: X o
of every G
not be predicted The, feet o
county can reporting a depth of thirty :
j_ grind and down your buck.1 They
; up
quality of the crop will\ be the finest over the bar. There Is great rejMc- encircle your neck. They are on your *ATTORNEY-r-LAW 5 .

ever produced. and for celebrating \ General!practice State. '..ud Federal Court Full Count
arrangements bead. .. !
-. All biiHlncBa entreated willreceive, prompt t- 'UNITED
I he consummation of this important "Then be vaults lightly off and In a lent ton. i
Traveling ia Dangerous. Blled with OfBc, Brown BuU4ln0, Ave. I) and t8hMtrvut. Full Size
engineering project are now being made. moment from a linen bag >' ] i

Constant motion jars the: kidneys ..-.---! soon he has squeezed clouds'of per. I MIAMI FLORIDA i .PINEAPPLE 3X
which are kept in place In'tbe 'body by Age Limitation. fumed bubbles, and you are bidden In The Best i

.delicate ...Hacb leDIS. This is; the' .reason them from bend to foot as completely 120HO O. BUTJLEIt i WRAPS. .
tout traveler, trainmen, -street car There is a growing sentiment which as If you had fallen Into a snowdrift.you fJ most'Economical' '
men, teamsters and all who drive very precludes old age from enjoying the ben. are not absolutely bruised, but .' o
much suffer from kidney -disease in efita of choice'positions the business ", CIVIL ENGINEER 0 X
tome form. Foley'a 'Kidney -Core wofld. Youth is everywhere preferred you' are clean., I .a ,".',' 0
strengthens the kidney and cures all Iu this respect Electric Bitters ia differ- -:- ---, PAtM BEACH.: f 'ZL0RIDAtTC1LELI4ILP1t1CE o 5X

and bladder disease. cut. It benefits! old and young alike -.-- 5X
forms of kidney A Farmer Straightened Out., !5X
Geo. B. Hausan locomotive engineer, (.ev. C. J. Budlong of Ashaway. R.l"1 here : I For the Quality of our goods
'a farm near ]\[
living on
Lima 0., write.. "Couvtfnt vibrationof writes: "I want everybody to "A man
the engine; caused me a great deal. of what Electric Bitters is. It cured me of came in a short time ago completely '' 17'H COUNSELLOR. of
NEY refer to o
banded .
trouble with my kidneys. .and I got no jaundice and liver trouble from which doubled up with' rheumatism. I ,- i' we you any
relief until I used Foley's Kidney 1 bad suffered for years. It's a great him a bottle of Chamberlain's ATLitiV 11 0
Cure." Dimick &. Riege\\., tonic.and nervine and cures Liver, b'id- Balm and told him to ,use jt freely and obi Will prngtloe In all the Court State anil Fod- "-".' ,,' customers: X o
troubles." Only Soc Ir not satisAed after usin ( it he- need .erul." HpiM-lal atlnntlyn given to Cri.siInal -
...... and Stomach v > X
ney it C. P. Rayder, uf Real E"tat and yrobata o IJ
and guaranteed by all druggists. pay a cent for says Luw.fll Yours truly o
The Florida blue laws, "were put into -- aliens Mills; N. Y.UA few day. later as a ...i> AVENUE O MIAMI FI.A. i X o
Pensacola last Every be walked into the store straight X
force The Atlantic Lumber Company has and handed me a dollar saying, o
drugstore, meat shop and refreshment old 40,000 acres of land in Lake give me another bottle of Cuauiber- H-- 1'-jIUNSON. 1!: UNITED PAPER GOAtlanta X o

stand was closed;the 'back. and drays: with equipment ain's Pain Balm. I want it in the' X
and the only wheels county together camp house all the time- for it cured me. AfTOaHtrATLAW.HOTAUr. o
were Dot operated, nine
two tow boats and a logging road For sale by all Druggists and MedicineDealers. PUBLIC Ga. X
those tbe l.. uilJvUlt'
that turned were on from St. i o
miles in length extending .
MIAMI PLio.a.oar.ding'. X
Nashville Railroad and the street o
river back into the timber lauds, 11 o
Johns The Story o* B< l>op X
railway. Even the Sunday.papers were to T, V, Cashin and J. A, Maguire, of Bishop Hatto was a wicked prelate. JI o o
barred out X
-. Jacksonville.'a who lived In 070 on the banks of the BY o
Rhino, where be owned a tower, which FOR SALE X
A Revelation.If Troubles Cancer, out to o
Cures Blood Skin Is at the present day JIo
o CEO; COON, Jpiisen Fla
you will make inquiry it will be a Blood Poison. Greatest Blood Purifier +.ravelers as The"Mouse tower Here are 11 I/VMAN & CO. nelrov, FlA. Fla. HISOAYNE LUMBER &
!,)- to Free. A :famine WAITER KITPHINGS Stuart, '
revelation to you how many succum of grain.
stored large quantities D..lrllllo: people who wi5h' 1.lon..ntI'nee SUPPLY CO.. Miabli-'Ia,, 0
kidney or bladder troubles .In one formor I I If your blood Is impure, thin, diseased ensued and the bishop Invited the .' tn top at while In West Palm
another. II the patient is not beyond hot or full of humors, if you have granaries. As soon as they "MINARBT COTTAOB." 11 0MANON'S. .
medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure blood poison, cancer, carbuncles eating I people tuerelhe to set fire to the building on lleacbi wlltjBnJ!ttrwt between livernlii and "o o O O Q O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
will cure. It ,never disappoints: Dim-. scrofula eczema. Itching risings were next ', Nice, cleanrnonia. .
ick & sores, bone and burned up', tbe' people. Fern, fiml. m'h a place. .
Riegel.. ... and! lumps, acabbypiwpl8k1n., tttlVpains morning the souls of the dead appearedas \ neatly lurnlHhed t comlnrtabla (o'l\ctory otIS, 01 '1Home"
catatrn, rneuroaiisrot Botanic--4 of rats and not, only destroyed beds; jtood, whol "om.. food ; VERY MCIHl utt). 'V cst DRY Mt.
Mr. Eugene Masters U harvesting two blood or akin disease take an army to the moderate prl..... are the recommendtion" *- omce Ullci HulcHlv.ullon's -
acres of as fine Bnrmnda and Creole Blood Balm (B. B. B.) according aches to everything making a mealof Only limited Dumber 61 room- asor GUI.tVA JELLY room. 4tsV, III')'

onions as ever were grown. 11,' baa directions. Soon all sores beat made, bishop, but finished by mean be accommodated.. Table. board : Mt JI\cksI uvllle.
and stop the blood pure his person. GU3VR ...... .
barrelsof pains aapeclulty. r..neh Ht. .nd Ag n
raised on two acres of laud .175 I and rich leaving the skin free ,from MRS.: FRANK: DARLING. Jelly CANDY ,,10010 aU'l'o"n. on Ea_'
onions. ,The n'et cost''at' growlng every eruption, and giving tbe rich glowof Quick Wit. : ()"..t. -':-
health to the t sir in. .At the French actor, had once ,
dollars barrel the
them ia perfect Regnler -
one per [ -
the digestion '
down at the store and 'he' wholesalea same time, B. B. improves weak to call out to a fellow actor who'wa BROCK '
strengthens J. M. M. I
cures dyspepsia from the rlgbt'wlng."Uo ,
them at $, .0:) per .barrel. When' theyare kidneys; Just the medicine for old peo- expected hn-to there enter you are!" For some unaccountable THE J. B.: McGIlTLEY: CO.UNDERTAKERS .
retailed at the stor' he gets $7.50 pIe. as it Rives them new bottle, reason' however, the actor. BUILDER
'per barrel.-St. Augustine Reeord blood. Druggists, $r per large and
left side' ,
Sample on
with directions for home cure. came on the stage Postoffice Box ao6 and EMBALMERS
The British steamer Anglo Saxon free aDd prepaid by writing Blood Reguler, without being In the least disconcerted FLORIDA

which is at PeusacoU loading a cargoof Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble also- gave his call and added PALM BEACH, '

35,003 '.bushels of grain and iooobea4 and special letter free ;medical B. B. B.advice is especi with a smile, "I saw ;you In the looking ...Jefferson Block... .

of cattle':for" shipment ,to South sent In Sealed for chronic deep-seated glass." _ _ S. H. RICHMOND. Agent
Al1" .
Africa as a' part of 'her'' cargo. The cases of- impure blood and skin disease, A Widow. P riGrant LRn'd' COInvany. WEST PALM BEACH-- FLA '

grain shipment- wilt be the first ever and cures after all else fails. "Can nny little,boy 'or girl tell me

made through that port to South Africa. of the meaning .of the word widow?' .igEAI4EsTA1-E.. -

... The Dutton"Phosphate Company entire nsked tbe teacher. "Well, Willie'" to' 3m CUTLER. FLORIDA D. FENT0N & CO.
purchased the band vigor- W.
Ailment Ciainesville, has urchin who .waved his
Spring .. .
--", --, nf. Ocala. an 3 -v-::--'
Miner -
There Is an aching'j and tired (feeling; interests of Ford of the at largest deals ever' usly.widow" said Willie breataWssly, i Undertaking 4and 4-: EmbalmingUpholstering.

the liver, bowels and kidneys become This |s, one it Involves an "A wife that's lost her bus- Choice
sluggish and Inactive, the digestion impaired closed In Florida as dollars "Is n man's Furnluur .-RepalrlngPicture

with little or no appetite no am- amount somewhat; over a million band." ____. .
pltiou for anything *nd< a feeling that and will make Dutton & Co. the most .Framing, Mattresses, Awtiings, Tents Sails Flags, Burgees, etc. 4
the whole body and mind'needs toning operators iu the Book Meats
phosphate rare MIRRORS REFLATED
Mtensiy exceedingly
The trouble winter : ? "I have something .. '. '
up. 1 Is. that daring;
there has been anaccntnnUtion'of waste world. _-____ .'____, In the way of books." Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH FtA.

matter In the system Herbine will remove That 1I..e. P5ii. Thanks. When It comes to a book .
._..t.CSS "
it, secure to the secretion a right sleepless; night the Vizier I prefer one that Is'well''done. -Harper's are always Jound atFBER

exit, and by its tool effect, fully restore During Kumlja dispatched his Bazar.., / : &. CO.
the wasted tissues and give strength, In MuJJ6M1uddln EJas, to bring him (, L" ; FRNK W. STANTON

place of weakoe s. 50 cents,; al8111. Dedruddln' procured a copper Leak.d That :Wa7., ', !: BROS.. .
--.-.- .weets. 'Tbe slave alarm any .
of burglar
many kinds lones-WAsyOuf I. : :: OUR SPECIALTY. .
heaped with, ., ;.'' '" .
.Clifford! Martin. ,;, of -Orange, Lake; kettle UuJJeduddln began 7 _Dealers Jn- '
and good
makes the ,.statement tb3.ca.G( :"acref I. frulU and sweety Jobnson-It must have been. The East Coast Pines

nave been set-:out. ln; pecan'\' treesIn;! : to eat. my master asked burglars took It.-Kansas City Independent Meats Fancy ; .
them, I .and Western ,
,'tou )yellab Florida ,.
Florida during the past winter. Mr the sla-,. ___-.......,...--,! I :14 Vine Street PhiladelphiaGrowers

Martin thinks that pecan'.growing! isO -. .-... ...",.._.._ shrugged: his shoulders. qlU.v" BUTTER _
4- the mo When Doctors fall. ;P .EGG
u. of the coining Industries of Florida! fruitS"are sweet-for Cures
"These .
,- --------_...:..:::..--;. ment" be said, "but show me a fry" Mrs. Frank Chiasson; Patterson, La ''AND CHEESUFvuits. of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit
will I endureeven had malaria! '
What is -Cure? Sweetness of which ,June Sib, igou."I: -
FoUy's Kidney the' write\ under treat ( GROVES LOCATED]
was! Vqgetables
the Judgment day. v in very bad form, ., _____
Answer: It Is mad'from,'prescription unto there are, my master. fever doctors, but as soon as I s'oppIdUklnB would- I Ul s,&!,, St tantou.'e ra CeUr Fla.. ? Armstrong &.SUutoo, Palmetto FU 1. _

of a leading Chicago: : physician. and -"Suchfniiw and hastened toward their medicine the feyer ;-: C. Knox & Stanton Llmonla. Pla.r.v .,
one of the most eminent the country. cried' the Slav* he awocOthe I used. sample bottle of Herb ,

The Ingredient ;art tbe'purest that tile Meacbed' Husa where In tUe house !lot return.ine found it helped me. Then bough.. 'PROMPTDELIVERY, !' \', py ALL..OR. ; "--. -,--....-..-.,,-.- -- ,- _
cured -
InODY can buy ,:ad"ar" ..scientificallyTh starving orphan. the bottles. wh\cb completely me.I "i'1'FABER
COD\bil1elt alue. led them forth and Into two for furnishing such '.ri I.sPt,. WORKS
to. utmost and
get 1helr AJlwln gr..otfut "ou AicORTHBOAT!
feel ,
OverJoyetl'th0'famished ,
.tlrecommend '
.liua1c): f, 1. 1I1tc1": :- : toom' or his master. a splendid n...dlcf..ev and can. hon I' _
fUht from
dev<" *e the it to those suffering A. T. ROSUt'roprittor.., r

bin appropriating ,15 .QO<)for a 'L .ok, phUdren oh, my master,* said the- 1I1alorla.l as, it will, surely, c ur. -ihHerbine eui,'! : BBQS.: : Liuneba5TcktaS.1I. ) and Klsh. bate'" Row Boats and Dlngbys ./!t _
tate .
exhibitionatSt Louis ,was, de- the eweethassfwhlchepddrOs a bottle. '
fruits cents
see 50 QU'\i VfrTIlE
IIlav9. Here you I ; Built o.OtJer,9verha'tled"\ ,Hep&1redotflaud.? :
fasted in tbeluraM.The, actIon was) a 'untpthe'Judgnient : : _

iur.risa'tiliefr1endpof: the bill *ut%' : York Vrc'sL' r. : BI)" Yarda: atb.Dgon'a., J' rdh'ii4 '_ _

'leemito. 10'.. that the present leal!: *.I ay\--Ne:; cream 'i.ida.> at Helm & Broad- FffOITADTAR : }. jU.) b addt.-\tfST: P LM, BEACD'n.A\ : _

la\n\1l\ will dtnothing\,\ tow*rt,1 hltllf! ,1ttn5J tDJfI Ice .**. :;t *=:':0'<1 and 8MU.taS 4*. I'a'"... '4i ," *df.....,,.. .. -- -. ',':1.'
be'St w-U's .1 L :
'Uj tIesented fa" tb'" big ,
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Quotation's I'SEABOARD Southern RailwayIn Florida Bas: Coast Ryj:,

We Quote price Connection with Florida East Coast

as follows until EFFECTIVE JANUARY M, 1903.JO LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April |II|, 1993NORTHBOUNDBUD .! j

further notice : SPECIAL SERVICE .
i j NojWlla N..m"JtTW""K: 7"' C. NV..L.K "'N..N rW-v ufK Nii'4N-NoaiAr Nu" SOUTHBOUND-RIAB DOWN. UP. I t
To and from FLORIDA nl n p :nip! y{5x i\J.v JackmnvilU;; i iTl.I Houiherd' '' Kmlway .-.:............... ...Ar 11*,. 9 Son; I wy
Kerosene..23: cents per Gallon awa 4Wip 11661 Lv tMvannaa, (Ila..:.I r Southern Railway.......................Ar I loa IN far 1I 001' No.8I No.21t STATIONS. '. No.98Daily. No.1Ij"-1
!I! !665 11871" II III}' Xf Charlotte!. N. c...IBoutliern. !!..Rnllwa!) ." ... "=;:.:._..._..Lviion'O ..N top I Sia S 1105 Dally. DId1,.. I
Gasoline....... .......,:as o' .. fl16p. ..... f 0nn I Ar .. ,Va., I Muiithiirn ttHJTwa. .-..... ........ .L v |1111101'>)"[r-; 11 II M.!! :J-
Effective January :13, 1003 N Kip 101.. 7N1 a : wa' iiW-...."i11>. .|&.Uthern'Rallwuy- -'- rrr v .1061.. Blip' YWN| 94 aLV.............,;J""ok.on llU.. ,.,............Ar .
11 slip 11 Slid, SUIIS At Baltimore Mil.,Ifennnylvunlii. kmlroud .............Lv U5Ma ft VHPa 88x1. a 1 849. ... ....... ....... ...... \\H :'
a MIa 1 Blip l 1131!Ar Philadelphia. l>ii j FummylvHiiiit Rillroud., ............Lv S Ins iuu" l U" i' 181P 1066a ........ ...... ,.8t.A (iu.tln............... ..... tt8.1' 3 2'(
GASOLINE IN FIVE GALLON SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED 0 Ilia JUl' 4SI' At New' York, N. Y I|yepinylvunla. Railroad...............Lv 19 Ilia 14 1 4U" 8 UU|, I. 111135 ?.. ........... ..... Hntngs............r...<.. \\l ;3M'" ::1
< .114513 ...... .....E.P.latka.: ..."........ .., I! + \
LOTS $1.15 .No' >. 81and m->The. ttvutliurn l'"liu Liii.lwjil.. Arr vim Unily ..ocnl JMunilHya; luaveadaily IE -r 0p A6,.............. 'a atke."... 4JU. 4 1.0 T :
N0. 81 S '' a
SOtmiBOWMD I BA.I.LYt *iwpt a. UK SundHya.N und >lit"New.. York amid Florida Bxprew.-, >ttll CXuluK Clir.. < 4lp _11 1SaLv._ ,.... .............Psiatka.: ......V.V..V.r.'Ar. IIIII.IU:0: 0
... ", ) If: ..........T. JioMatea,7;.,.....I
: v
s. Hit and80 and : TIO T
GALLON LOTS. $1.10 -Wiubmiitun IflorMa Dully. = I' .
OIL IN FIVE Fas ..... E 95. Lv. .......8anMat i> ...;....i.\.A.! 'S Sea "t!o'ID
New. York (West No 'ft I -'i/81.I H..tw.t.i> JxikaouvlUTSouihern. sod tTi Mwrilt sot!. w... IN.. M J| K T6 : ;:. .i ........ ... .... .T3ebi(..... .,. .... ........L.. 1C* :
Mid !8t) .............Venn.R. K 11 M pm 1i"is" "; ..., wuh .,Ile RIJlrwilY,., ...... .... ..... ....Al' Sal. 806p ii W: ..1m' lnl I'....!...r"..ir.....Bttttn..U." ;i..v.v,........... O.118 epm90' .t
1 Larger quantities I*New York ( Deb J'SPa Ar MaccintUa......... ...... theruRn11wsy..n...n.".........,... .,. Iv 1 KIN llHJpUlBp c ................Dupont.......*..... ........ .68. Mp'ttl.0Si
sad (;0". !Bt),..... 1 00 pro Pip I t61'1 Ar ...... ...." Southern Hallway .......... ... ... ..1... 1.U pop 10460U ... 1' ,............. Ormona.................. IISS 1105 58 'pmS.. ,
$ at lower prices.... T v Philadelphia.............. B spm 04tpBOM Ar Chattanooga, TennArClncliinatU Southern Kail.> ...... ........ ....... ...;. .. L>vlueen dill), 14. -4CCC 1 Sp 87 p...0............,......Daytona .................... .17. p .
Lv llaltlmore. ......,.. .... ft 4ft pm -, .. !!. Ohio._ ....., & Creweiit" ...... ....f..I.v" III'" K: ( 81p 8ep ..,".............. ." ................... I04a 865 ?: ?2
I,,, Wi..ldngton.Wash.Boo 10 VOOpmLvHlchmondMalnSt..L 813001 8 965 LaCi i ......talu( ......IBIir Four . ... . ... liu 1338.1) 8.Z e_ top p.....,......,........*(.'. 8m r".....,.,............. 146. '" !
Warehouse on Clematis Avenue Westof A.U ByArHendereon ttlpraC \ ......,.. .. ..... .... ..... | 1 18 ....... ..... -nt1L.4.... 9 14a lup OHIOa"H
8Upl Ills III 8011,1, 1 iQi
ft T Lv "
1 .... ........... ** 1 !SO am ArChlcaifo < |Blg Four ., s': lll rtlluavlll.. .. n
? : D 00 ................. .... ...... ...... lit. :
Ar KnlrluhJohti( au8t).. -. IIII.m'I TTTou 8HO|. r..Chl<:lnu.t\.Oblo.,,... penu.y I vania'l.TucTT"Ar .. ....... ........... Ar, o IIC. _u Ii 11 1aP............. .......Onaoa.. ..,......,.........'... 11111 Up o235oJ:!! '\
11111.i l'outh.rlll.I": .............. .'. I 4 11 amA .!.m>!psmiu 780U Lhlesahlosgo. i III ..........,. Pennsylvania. Lliica,. .. ........,............Ar I 11411"/811"1'/| ... > 16r..............".......PnekleAgo..d.y., ... 1148. t BO p' f
'I r Hamlet,..........-........ 4 It mmt H4Bp LvC dn0at. Ohio.. ,C. H7& D.-_Motion- ... ..... .... ...................... due| H()np' glI 1ill.tOp ................... *......,........:.. U11. S3 p
1.*.Hamlet. ......... ............... "a 00amArlMmuen I Mt' ':JJtitUrChiMKo. Ill.........."..". C...H..* 1.-----" =",,..,,...... ... ..... ............l.vl' It CM'I'|Hllllln : rc III 1996. 1p ...........,........111 bourne..................... 1904 OJp I''' (:"onH
.. ...... fAt 816 ant U ........ ............Sebastian .................... ill Oh
.... 108.
GARDNER & CO. 8 ant Clliulnimti, .... ........ 1 ) UUp
FRANK C. 465 .v 1b u C.H D.-MichUnu Cenlr. | dbp
Columbia Kaatern | .. _. ... :
( .... ..... .._ .
8t. Ln .
.. ......... T 94.10Lv I sip S IDS Ar Toledo,Ohio C H A D. Mlchiifun. Central .,.................. r alp ,91)113OP le..d. 14P 11 I7.DCW "
...... .
1 Time) .fId/W 916. tll ......... ......... Kt.. Pl roe................,.. : : |:
.. < USD
410 j Ar Detroit Mioh. .. ..... ...... t / : I' a
l1i Columbia (Celltr.1Tlrnr | .7 3011 .C.HRD.-MirhignnCenlrd 190Gi e/1313 ....,. ...........a'ibb.i. ..................:.., /erkl6Ta '
) ...............'. 8 tit.tn 8 Suu SWp Lv Cluutuuatl, Ohio "t'nnualnuilu I.,nna Ar| UNllu| B Blip OZ 4 g as 185 .......... ,... .Edon.4...................... 311' 10
Ar PavaimallAr'lhalnmun................. 1'6. a) a MitAr) Plttsbor Pa, ,.,|Petal Ivmila Lliioi Lt'| 8 ir.pl Hona .late:: ,40a 915 .....>,......e....<..p.fensan..,*................. ,11p 1048.eat
L. A. WILLSON (fopJtruuawick 8 Bun. I. , ,......... 111 Mam B 005 -46al Ar Cleveland, Ohio,,,.,, Bt Fen .. .. ... LvlLv a/Stn 1MNSpT 14013 ......,........... WeatJu...,............... 44p 1014. P!:
.. ........... 1 "
Ar. ."', soptu ilea Op. ....,,,,..... .. ...,... ....,,..... Up 868.as.
Jacksonville.............F. K. C.Ry 80pm 11. gp I,xiuKtou.. Ky,. Southern Railway .. ..... All W 45. 30 lOp tip Ie. 451.. ......,, .......Weab Palm Beaeh.. .,.._......... 461' 11 >>
MASUKACTUKKtt: OF Ar 8t AugunUnr......-...... a 80 pm 1086 S 16pAr Loillavllle K.y ,. Southern Railway Lvl.v. T 4llr jsr.pNoil .. Bnyntou............ ........ HI' >. "
7112( Ar Ht Luis Mo.. (Southern Railway .10 04)tv ) 833111 ...t! 4 0a 6s l OP ...................... Dolrar................... Up 8 BIK 60.') ;I ,
cs 6 M1 l.v I.exmLou.1il Railway .. .. ...... .. :: SOIs (ODV...,........ fffc, Laudeid" l .... ......'... ... 03 8 01
Boots and Shoes LuiilKvtllu Kj ..,?. I'enUHylvuuiii Mnul .. .. ... .... ... LtI 740.,1.. LL a SOBS ... ......,.....?.. HalUnclalo.. ....,....;......... 8185.. T45.TSta a. 1 '.
SEABOARD NIIW/ YORK LIMITED 7Mn. Ir ChUMiKQ, 111.. ....' Jl'vunaylvauia Lln aHoutliurn ... ......... .. ..., | | .. III eM.. llUu ..... .......Lanjon City ....... ... ...., .. 1105'
00" I Ar... ....i0....... ..MI..ml..L. TIM1n .,
_e_ S and 8-athtrago and Tloriila Speolnl" arrive \a\f\ [\ except MoniUyHj; loaves '
MOKTHIiODsTU, lTpiik lally| eiiwiit Sunilajre, l>lnnw(( ,I SOHKDTJXtlBa: OF BRAWail LINES.
iio', IK) anti l-VTue kl'irlilt* I-lmltoil."dally.{ Dining Care
Repairing in All Kinds of Leather N MI l Throqith' LenjU of li.t Sky |Nn ta I Noll |Vo Ill|Ite6 J-vlll* R K O|V. HNc| e SANTQBD" :BBANOH.: ,OKAjioa: omr :BRANCH:
IT HI. Aunuailne..,......... P. B C. By 11 10 pm 665 ,v Jackvouvllle, boutliern Ky Ar 9 Ala u 1011 T 4ip v' r uia,1,0, Sty. Ar tf Men a obp JI
l' Goods Neatly Done. Ar Jacksonville.............. { 10 pm 1 S6a Tv Bavauiiah, .. Southern Ky .,Ar t ion 0 Lip 8 Dee Ar Macon,tti>, Ry, Lvr 1 Ion 10 p TJi.H! I lil: niST 'TU'IOK'. "Kfc?
l.v Jacksonville......,....? g.AL.Ry aom Yip (rAahvllle, '. ,Soul hern Ry Lv 4 all 6 lllli 6 Mau \ Atlanta, 80 Uy Lv ,0 fi|. 1041Hil pally I I STATION Dail I Ball l 11 :ilfOr. Dnll
Lv Thalmonn ItorBrunawlrk e/p Vr Hot Bprlnga. Southern Uy;,Lv in;* 8 Has (1 400 Ar Kir'eiini ao. liyl.v 4 lop uop .....,..Tltuivlll........ 3 00 p
........... i a "'PLvftavannnh J u ArCleslumti0Q.8t f........ Lv H OTipl N 01) ArMemphleb'rlwoLv S 160 v. / 1011' 10 10. Ly..N. .Ar ,
Buckskin .................... iuopwAr .. 0 fib) Ar Kant itj.KrliwiLv a SWmpo. T 5laa I IHa L".Hlm..A..j-Osteen............Ar tilt a 111-P p II Hal r... LakeHe'en Bmyrna.' ,Ar t.ISp fOp lit(

Indian Tanned Columbia lime).(.Central:.......... ..... .. 810pmLv .-. IB anil 14-The Florida Lliuliuil." Daily, ihlng oara. IMftJ80 .. Ar Ly..I.... .... flanlord rater! rlea..ArII10a.....,....Lv It 00 080 n, 11 11 46 Hit a a Lv.Oraniro. Or.City Oltv Jo..Lv1840ptt6y.ArAr 946p '
Columbia (Eastern. *"a r IOH W. Slay Mt.Jltok.oiivllle. FlTriWeekly
U.K.04 It r Pwfr> > >a eiiB Ageet
'1.llltel................... I' N 11I1"l1 | flo.J1 No. Z0attod .
and Horsehide Shoes Lv 1'8md..a. ... ............... .... 10 14 pm 3 T INO.U No 98 I K4Tl"OBTBaAN: A: :.. I I' I No.h II I
Ar lIa"I..I... ........ .... ... 'li 6"omin only lJ'U' ex.Bnn ;t> ,' Otil U.11p .:
H.'I.t....................... u8am
Lv Southern IMnea.......... f IS IlK.'" .......Ar ..;:..... 711 010,
FOR TENDER FEET I... HalelKh (.lohnaou Bt).. II Hit amIv oa 10HHa BbaLt.e7.ok.n'1. ...... .. ......., .181. 11105 Sllp
lli>mleraon.................. f 8 4"am zR 40p Iona I i" : 011. t".AlI..a&l.B..h. ......L.. ......... T 011. 11 "So a lOp' ,
Ar Richmond (Main "I)... 0 4ant tIp 1010.. 4 u. Beao4..L. ....... TOO. 1146a : tIp
Olive St North of New Jefferson Block WunliliiKton.,........ ....W'ashaon 101O.m Up 1106. 0 91JaAr..Maypur6..u.Lv.........e a a 11 80. 4905
Ar llullltnnr. .., .....,.....I'enll.. R,1 H\ ,6.m''
Ar 1'hll.ilelphla............... .. I ttUpmAr ,, Tbea Time Tabla ithnw the'1m...at which train mar be expected to arrive and depart
New York (lc.b.andlort from 'b.! .....atatlons tMt their arrival or dnpartura ak the Umaa Stated H not Kuarantwd,
81.)........ 41Spm '' fJA lyy"0q I por dose tits Oompany bind listS raipoiulbU for any. delay or any oonaquenos artalng' Were
Ar N..w'ork. Weot: t
Shed: .St.: (................. 'IGP'1t

J Seaboard New York Limited composed en. ,
tlrely of new and up' lo-date Pullman' equipment ': /soF In Effect April 161903..
between New York and St. Augustine,
aa follows: Pullman Lining Car Itonbl 4 ,

Manufacturers of Drawing liooni bleeping: Car. Com- partmonCaranaOb I t LvMiami Bnn.Tbur.SOUTH BOUND..... ........... S00s Lv Havana Mon.NORTH FII..I, BOUND,............ UOOm
rvaUonC-r.C. Q. RYAN- fr gey West 8un.Thur................l 10 00 p Ar Key Weat Moo., Frt.....?..,..,...* 8 Up'
T. 7 tr Key W.at Su Thur................. W p Lv Key Wea'Tuea .Sat...... ..... 11 w.
Uen'11'asa Agent. Ar Havana Hnn.''1'1..................... '100.. Ar Miami Tu..., Hat.. ....... ........... i Ms ;
Lumber Lath and and Shingles Portsmouth 9' f)Pr
'. For espy ol Local Time Card or other Information add...* any Agent
", J. D. :JUOnTEK. JUst. Gen. 1"UI. .As nt., STY AUOTJBTINK I'LA.

Flo ring Siding and Ceiling, Brick, 3s. .

Lime and Cement. In Stock Louisville &NashVillo p.r ..a, r f"1. c9'A x0,1 Atlantic Coast. Line 1


Between Polncetta St & Lake Worth
First-Class} Seryiceand
h Sailings Between -
I '

Farmers.: Schedules Quick to JACKSONVILLE ; NEW ORK Over' its' own "rails to Savannalj

(tailing; at Chrleatou. 5.C., boll) ".Y -'E-a-s-.t.

I Ship us Birmingham; Nashville THE FISBST STEAMSqUPa Int|I> .THU. ...COASTWISE J SERVICE ( Charleston:} Richmond and: Wash

Your ProduceWe Evansville Louisville,. Chicago Cincinnati THE CLYDE NEW 'ENUiaND :iMP SOVTJIBM J-1NES: via All Rail ington, thence vis? Pennsylvania: By,

Direct Service Bewc'i. .
.... .
.. ------ .
St. Louis and all points '
the handlers
largest '
of Florida fruits and vegeta. West and Northwest AND AlyL KASTRRN TO NTS. the The! LoqlliUlQ.Nash'fIlJe)( ; y\n\ tQntgomer, ;
". Mobile, New Orleana and all Calling at Ch.rlen" both way. WestTo t
; bles( in tbe South. Fointa Southwest. HKMI.WKKKLV! 8AILINU. The Mobile & Ohio, Tin Montgomery

Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston .
Payments Made Through tickets via the Louisville & -.w .-
Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
Nashville are sold by all Railroad Con Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company, for New 1

PromptlyWe pon Ticket Agents in Florida. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE The Eastvia t York Philadelphia, Boxtoo.
Via Norfolk Steamer to New Vorkj Washington and paitlmore. >
Handle Fish of all Kind. For schedules, rates and uleeping-ca Between Jacksonville and Sanford. ,

.1.,.. Quotations sent weekly. reservations apply to Slopping at Ptlatkt, Astor, St. Frinoli, Bereiford (DeLaJlII) I steamship Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Company i
for Baltimore and
J. M. FLEMING, Intermediate Landings on the 8t. John. BiTir.
Send for stencil.
Florida Passenger Agent L. & N. R. R.

South Georgia Produce CotValdosta 306 West Bay St., Jacksonville C. L. STONE, Fla. Steamer, "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"" KEY and WEST via Peninsular & Occidental ;

Ga. Gen Pass AX'. Louisville Kentucky IS APPOINTKD TO SA.II AS FOLLOWS! HAVANA Steamship Company

I Leaves Jacksonvllla 3 :30 p. tn.-eundajrs, Tuesdays and Thursdays .
I Leaves Sanford 9 ;30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays .

Bouihtmu4 Soh W. ARTSON
H .
I I Rod l 5n "
TO THE PUBLIC ( < Reid np
: :Leave 3Sapm....... ....., .. .." .... IACK8ONV1LLK.. ... ..... ........ .. ...Arrive 1 oa am Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 mile of among tbe principa
I We, the undersigned hereby agreeto 84SP''' ... ........ ......... ...'..- .plfyTt/ .......... .. ..... .....Leaves oo pm railroads In the Southern States are on sale by tho principal agents.
TAILORINC- pay $1,000 to any manufacturer; 3 o.am .. ..... ...................... ASTqa ........?,.,.. .... ............ y jjopm Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York; via. Atlantic Coast LID :d
em.. .. .. ..8T. ... .33 C. Commercial Traveling Passenger
of paints who can show by similar 4.JO :::..:.::: ::.:: ::: Bp. /o"a"fli.AND : ifcopm Boyleston, Agent W DC Stark :
In All Its Branches I ( )) .;,. :::: ::: H u' gu'iiArrive8 ''rluk, HIV Astor Fla 1;. Eniersni, '.
-- tests any-paint standing upon any 30mm......... ........................SANFORD....,........ .... .... ,,?.. '711.; am Manager gtree), ftenlral( Building) ] k80nvlt1e. .Iii! C, ]
PRESSING, CLEANING, I metal surface as perfectly and for Arrive 10 Oo era ...,...?. .. ......... ..,..........Eoterprite.................... ................. lo.m I W.J Craig onger Agentyijnjingtqn. N-(
I, _
as long a time as our Graphite
DYEING AND REPAIRING Elastic Paint. Signed( General Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W, Bay St., Jacksonville )i ir. We Ship Quick -. Always'in Stock .

Shop on Olive St. Weal Palm BeachI

THE NATIONAL PAINT .IRIII\ONljK 4r.A.e'tGen'IPassAgtaNWeal" n..yS',
TUO DIIALEY Local J ;1,. Ag',Je0"Mn."III. C. t. LuV ELL. Ase't JacksonvilleFle.8I1P'"I..IODVIll8. liauneh ;1
AND VARNISH CO. JOIN L. \ !R$ fl'll"n! e., "koon..UI.. Supplies
4. c. IJAOEKTY U an'tBeat'st'ga,4et.,11UWYOrt... N.
I Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. TUIIU: O.p0IfR, "fit'P\r Larif.O NPrSApt Y.'
uaneral ..... .r. : ) "
I take pleasure in announcingthat Chtaebrough Building? 14 State Street New YorkSEABOARD ,enp AUTO SPARKERS GEWERATOF '

K Build Houses I have secured control for Dade EDISON LeLANDE BATTERIES: BATTERIES C J.
county for the sale of the celebra.

Move Houses ted Graphite Elastic Paint (gen SPARK COILS WET BATTERIES ;,

Repair Houses] erally known. Uncle Sam Paint). .
What do
: you need ?
This paint has the highest en il
We have lt I
Shop work, dorsemont for tin and iron roofs, AJ:1": LINg': ILWaosYroa Don't let your launch He Idle.. ;,

.Repairing-.or smokestacks, iron fences and all Write us-Wire us- Come to? see us. .,


Call on or addressM. ..- PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK w. 39, JI, 33 W Por.yth.St. JACKSONVILUE. fiRA 1.

J. YARQOROUCH Three Elegant Trains Dally -- ,
Geo. S. Hacker & Son
i Went J'fllm Iteoeb. Fin. Seaboard New York Limited Insure In the 'Old'Reliable 7"
Seaboard Expres.3!: Seaboard Mail Germania Life' Insurance 'ComoanvOP N I

Clematis Avenue I t't I MODERN PtJlt ,MMi 9PJPw.: NT' NEW YORK ORGANIZED IN 1860. 1, ,

.-. For particulars address G. LOPER'' BAILEY, Manager* for Georgia and I ,:,'
The Seaboard New'ork Limited is vesttbuled(
a train
cni ,
Bowling Alley pose Fforlda, Box 340..P Iatk w Florida. ;
i exclusively of Pullman Equipment-Dining. Compartment Drawing, "
Room.Sleepers and Observation' .Car. operated solid St. Augustine and ; .- ,.-- ._ ._ "". :

A Now open to tbe public. Jacksonville to New York via Washington, leaving St'Angnstlne( 13 ;JO BTAHLlSHHI) 1!I2 ,;<;,,'

p. m. and Jaoksonville'1t0 p m. daily ,Southbound this train Is

Hours Ladles 8'are a. m.welcome.to It p. m. known as the Seaboard Florida Limited. M LANE &: SON: }

ONLY LINE. 250 Washington Street, ;Jfew YoikCommission I;.

Shooting: GalleryOpen Doors MANUFACTURERS, Sash OF I. Opf.1ratingDailv Through Sleepers From Produce t:;:: Merchants it

from 8 *. m. to 9 p. m. Fruit.

Blinds, MouldingsAND Jacksonville. to. Now Qrleans J FLORIDA_ TOMATOES PINBAPPI.BSCOUR-SPKCIALTY: f

T For full information. and Sleeper reservations( ,. oall on any agent Stencils Cards and Quotations Famished.on Application _

(0rwti Building:.Material, ,Seaboard or-. wrJte' .. -k

BI 'hl.-aljj'Baiu.. !. oa Terr boa ol U* (main* ,Ass't.Gen*P.... Agt. ;Passenger AgentJacksonville. SUBSCRIBE :
ELargest Factory South SUN
Laxative aromo-Quidne TW.IMtt j ,,Florida.. EOB"IH1 :
Sod tot Prices '
f nmadjr Uias 4>surc. a wM ta -* Vsl. --


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BRIEFtEffS tivitj- from their old landmark. .r_ .. T_..._......_ .-- 1 ,lfl ,
] Bnormous ,1' /
nu -D sad I crops. J
are greatly missed
_._ ----- by their
-- old neighbors Among the many Interesting visitor
I Grub with
Mrs. Key., of Lemon City, was a "visItot Mr. Yokom, of Lake City, Fla., wife to West Palm Beach, members 0'* the
Jo Miami Tuesday.\ of tbe well known educator, Dr. Yokum, State Horticultural Society, were several aDAWSON

Judge/ Hey.er has,not returned' from Is visiting her daughter, Miss Yokum, prominent fruit grower: from the Mana.r .
trip ; of the Miami school faculty. : section ov'et .
kls northern on the West Coast.,' A

John J!. T. Crawford, of Tallahassee, Folev's lIooey and i jolly party composed of Mr. Eguert N. GRUBBER
,Is visiting old friends in. Miami. adapted for asthma bronchitis and Reasoner, Mr. A H. Brown and Mr A.

Commissioner: met at the'court oarseDt'aa. Dimick & RleKel. F. Wane and their ladies, registered

The house County Tuesday, all members 1>clngpresent. Gaston Drake will leave for" Jackson Kennlce Cafe. Mr. Reasouer who ball For Grubbing Satisfaction. Sold

Nile Saturday to take charge of the not been on tbe Eiut Coast for several

Budge:'andIi Price: brance office of the Drake Produce Co, years, was much Impressed with the by .
T. ,
at that
Messrs. place during the that
"a pineapple season. progress has been made In, Dade
returnedfrom trip to
Williams have : The Fraterual Union of America gave county and: he thinks that tl.b section 1 T."' E.
Cuba.'Y( an entertainment will develop wonderfully within
Thursday evening in tbe next
Miss Ruth Kickarda, (if'Boca Ratone. the four or five He Is
Carpenters' Union Hall on 7th street, years. bead of the

Fla., was guest 01' Mill" ,Lets Smith. which was a very pleasant occasion firm of Reasoner Bros.. of Oueco who -, -.,.---,.----,------.-.- --- -- .---- -- --
over Snuday. '. Music and recitations'were the order of have extensive nurseries ou the Manatee "W'm

James O. Harley will jeavevsoon: for: the evening, after which dancing was river, Mr Brown is manager of one'of ...Agents. for Dade ,

Orangebnrg, S. C.., where he expect to Indulged in.Invitations. these nurseries two hundred and twenty .

visit relatives. ., .VV\ -' have been acres at Manavlsta, planted out in
issued for
the grapefruit. It is expected that the yield- The Blasius" Piano A NO.
The Miami baud concerte'have com wedding of Mitts Edith! Myrtle daughter ,
nienced again and are a great source of of Mr* and Mrs. Gleuville C. Frlssell to off of this acreage will not be 1 less than!

pleasute to the citizens "." I Mr. Herbert Thompson Whaler. This I' ten thousand crates. The tree are exceedingly The Albrecht" Piano Go e

Father S>illivan of Tampa: Is the new happy event Is to take place Text Tues I dantly" health and are bearing abun CO."W

pastor of the Catholic church'In 1>Miami : day afternoon, May lath, at half past Another of the nurseries Is located at .":,y" 'The "Regent" Piano M diu
two o'clock: at the home of
Wagner being/ transferred to bride's
Father pa-
.. Palmetto, tbe
rents aDo Manatee,,and here Mr. ,
,US. jath street. V'
Tampa. Waite Is in charge. This nursery com lr
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bush and Mrs. AlIce Mr and Mrs. Franklin Coleman Busl prises three hundred and thirty' acres, q Manufactured by '

Bush are upending the week la Miami will open a school of music in the planted out In orarges) lemons and

guests of Mr. Pf W; Hahn and flatchett building on nth street, in the grapefruit. A fair estimate of the pro+; w BLASIUS & SONS, Philadelphia ,. .; '
-- near future, which will be known l
,amilv. as the duct of this grove Is fourteen thousand Fiend for Booklet.! We cnn sell Pianos cheaper than fi fiis
Miami Piano and School. *
L. E. Hill of and street was the winner Violin ,Miani crates for this season. the Sta.te. .
ought to be proud of this acquisition and' .
of the beautiful $'51 music: boa which
was given b.;"' Sewelt Bros,'}' :May 'rat.Granger's no doubt many will take advantage ot The Best Prescription for Malaria sswwwwawwvrw_ The J McGINLEY '
the facilities afforded them in thin specIal Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's ,

concrete "livery. stable on11th line of study. Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply )Iron __. .
--- --
fs going rapidly and will
street up
The children of the 6th grade of the and quinine in a tasteless form. No \
whets it is finlllb d.
be a credit to the city
C'hmell'her Miami public school gave a picnic last cure, No pay. Price 50 cents. J. HUNTER
Smith baa schoolfor
Mrs. Guild Saturday at Arch Creek. Miss Hattie ;
the summer'. She contemplates: ,,goIng Carpenter the teacher and The Week's : Hanging and '
her sister, Weather. Decorating ,
shortly to be.ebsent
to Tennessee
till next fall. Miss Louise Carpenter chaperoned the The following: is a sumuiarjr of the ; d and all Contracts given prompt and personal attention. '
class while Mr. Budge, Sr., was an honored weekly weather and crop report lent Ouly Union Men employed '
The many friends and' acquaintancesof guest. They made the trip in carr out by the State weather bureau: \ WEST PALM BEACH. ?

Mr.Jake Schneldman* who" is in a hospltal I ages, hid a sumptuous dinner and arrived "Another dry, Cool week ,Tbe i

In New York are, Very anxious, home 'in the evening a tired but temperature averaged about four degrees iti

about his recovery, happy crowd of picnickers below the normal Some relief was experienced

J. A. Hall has gone to Topeka, Kan ---.- over portions of the western / .YYYYTYYYYTYYYYTYTYTYYTI < ;X'

to join his wife who,is 'in ,o hospital at I COCOANUT GROVE and northern 'districts, where scattered .C
that place. Her condition'I. notl'very showers prevailed. Advantage was I County State Bank j '

encouraging{ to her friends.; The school entt rtainment given at taken of the improved condition of the Florida

Attorneys C. 'C, Chilllngw6rtb.. H. P. hoodies', Club House Friday eveningwas soil to plant tobacco in Gadsden County ing West Palm Beach 3 _-

Brannlng, G. G.,Currie; .W. I.,Melcalf largely attended. Tbe progrem Over the greater portion of the State,
and H B. Sannders.of Westfalm! Beach, was good and tbe performers sustained however, the conditions were dry with .

were In Miami tblll'-wpek"-o-On') : legal heir parts excellently. The first number fairly warns. days and cool nights Asa and and Stock, $16,000

business.Mr. result, cotton failed to germinate'andcorn _
was a minstrel overture, followed bya 3
turned Stands of $10,000 r ''ri
Parsons and wife who'have .spartaiculs laughable sketch entitled, "A School yellow. cotton ly Surplus,

at Mr. Fogg's ''on 4tb''street, expect Exhibition," and a negro farce, "A Black and corn are fair. Insects troubled r,

to leave for the East'!: the
May Mr. Parsons Is a popular and well applause from the audience. Miss Hall Citrus fruits are reported as drop. : .. K.N. Dltnlck Geo. W. LnlnhartR. I
sing in sect lOlls. President B. Potter R M. Brvloford 'j
some Vegetables on
'known commission'mao:, .of Denver Col. and Mr..Willis Hall sang, by request, a Gnu W. Potter W.H. SplUcrUeo. r
high lands are failing; on low lands all l.ut Cashier I.. Bran*(ti,. k1
beautiful duett entitled
Mr. Harry L. Brown, manager of'The "Parting"whichwaa t
ClOPS are in a fair condition On uplands FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 M. '
''Tropical Sun ot West Palm Beach, with greatly appreciated. Mesfrs. Brown P.
irrigation has beeu resorted to in
I party of friends, ''was 'In Miami Tnesday. furnished mqsic for the evening and af- bieinev.tnnencted.. Col1ecttnn.1l'OmVlty' remll.*.il on day .$1 ;
some sections with decule A drive tllrougb1liehammockand tat the entertainment dancing: was indulged /
(; in. The receipts at the door Pineapples are not filling out as self / ;; surrounding country was greatly enjoyed! :
rapidly as usual, owing to the dry
by the party.'r amounted to fifteen dollar, which will >o< AA ..4AA AA4AA A AA A .
weather. Shipments lots have
for benefit of the .car .ch>
be used the library.
Benjamin' Clothing. .Anthony's.! begun Rain and warmer nights are di 1 ,
The F, E. C. R'y have a clearing made needed for all crops." ug -- ,,1;/ t'
A,Leaven In.Health.
; two_miles below the county road. ..a.- -

Healthy kidneys filter the impurities Mrs Powell and family have gone in- "'''
Irom the blood,'and unless they do this Stops the Cough and Works oft'the Cold.' '
to Miami for tbe summer and are nicely
Hood health is 'impossible. Foley's
Laxative Bromo Quiulae Tablets cum
Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys ,and situated on I3th street near Avenue B.
a cold in oneday. No cure. pay acIOK i i"
will positively! cure all forms of. kidney THE
Tune Crockett Jr., who has been on a
mil bladder disease. It strengthens: the f p q
whple system. Dimick & RIegel;. trip to'Nassau has returued home. -- ?

The pineapple' season( is on and boat a.---- .

|pa'ds"' of dell l igus frpi!( front tale fteyj, Mr. Joseph Poniiqvllle, of Stillwater, OU"" I National Bank

|Ale begtpolDI&.O arrive daily The,.oo> finn.., after baying! spent over |2ooo FOR MALRHIA. l,
put from Cuba alone averages\about 73,. with tur best doctors for stomach trouble Miss ,
without relief, was advised by him
ooo crate while that' from the Keys and druggist{ Mr. Ale-. Richard, to fly a An epidemic of Malaria is sure to fcl- Hch ( OF MIAMI
this section averages about 40,000 crates box of Chamberlain's/ Stomach and low the wet season and the high waters .1 ; / J''
during the season., Llver! Tablets. He did so, and Is< a well \ '. 't
have all the
which prevailed over 1m 12TU STREET' AND ANENUE C l
tan today. If troubled with indigestion ;
Mire Lola Smith's scholars, composing bad taste in the mouth lack of ar-! South. Malarial and kindred fevers :
the ?th and 8th grades of the Miami petite or constipation give these! Tablets will develope to an alarming fjtept, ;

public school gave 'a picnic last Saturday a i trial, and you are certain to be more Senera}11\ I Uh. con4JHops Vill be bad;. MIAMI, FLORIDA

which was greatly enjoyed; 'They baa pleased with the result. For sale ,very precavjtloti should be.taken.. v"J. .
at as cents per box by all i Druggists\ r rI
I Bartered: the salltoat; 'jpf 1;;:' fro Siar?: MetlMne1. < atiilql'lat
: (be IIea"s.III I
dinnereea --- -- tiled to Resist Malarial Attack Solicitedt
( Refuge. The a-ealt. of

Rood things and:enjoyed accordingly, Horticultural Convention.The A trial of fifty years baa demonstrated i M ,

Mr.Hall accompanied the.school: sMI a Horticultural Convention held In that for this emergency, Or. liar- '
Smith was Iron Tonic has no equal Jro.n .> $
notable to be vpreseut" owingto liaml this week was a great success. er'a lq
a previous engagement. hundred members of the fighting elernppfc' In the'fclooil, and I ,

For Those ,WhoLlve,, :oo i Farms., There were seven the iln4'of< Iroq'J"ppliet! bl ..pl' Har- I .
:; ; the society present! besid.e m.Bny outside ter's ?roq Topic i lit Just the hind the i O O O O O"O O O O O.O O O O O o7so ai

MM Dr.BalUrdV Herein.=P.-na.Snow It.J/>writes fmentt: ':always i bfl'' -altars( And' the meetings held at the fair '18tuQroqqire4 to nvicoeasfHliy.\ combat I \ V o '
; and certainly Don't wait until o
recommend it building were very pleasant malaria conditions .
to toy friend,'as { am o i r a
confident< there is no better Made.: It I.I is potable! the papers prepared by the you are attacked. Take It now and for Strohm Company o'

farms dandy for burns.", .Tbosewho: nylon iirlcua. delegates being eicellent and ify yourself; it is an absolute af..guardand. o ,l
are especially' liable'to many ecidental analog much animated discussion. Mr. at the flame time It Is the beat\ { \ << \i ,-

heal rapidly cuts,when burns"and Bllard fat-nines. ; which F. C. Bush and bus talented wife added tonic and invlgorant (or: tR 9 ptirf\ vyS GROCERIES ifo :r
imedt is applied_\ It should always Ibe much to tll" enjoyment 01! tbe meetings em. fiuthftflthetlbaricl' quinine dla, 2o

kept in the house for cues of emerge/ ucy.. Abe exquisite' mp.ip\ which they fur: lurk the system and Ito 'cumulative o ,''t

a5 cents, 50 cents,aud.HOQ. gjshe4.|l 'Wednesday: t the steatner Minmj poison begets jpeatef phy9lQa1; / troublehitn \ Food Products o '

"if bis gecion| can: ., proAuce: ,ccesgfull.y took the ,numbers ant{ invited guests tq those It la employed! tq remedy. la

the best of celery,which, 'coruma.nds tpp power Right House' fourteen.,miles out Where a bad case of chronic Malaria ; \ ifo ,

ante.., as the foJlQwiog"jn"tanqe! sttp.ti| in the Atlantic, four hundred being on already eilsts, take DR. HARTER'S | x Provisions. *

". A. McMulleq sold "his crop 'of 'j8j"aiei bostd.: Tbe outing was appreciated by FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC.' It ia oo '

for about$445: expense ,of crop: an present 'and many expressions: of guaranteed to cure. Price I 60 centq*. ", otf otf
10llllotel\\ f Det of Miami and her hospitable IF YOU 11 BLOCK '
137, leaving' a, profit' praise were beard of BUT HDR. tfV JEFFERSON
'2gB; this off /boat'a-4' oTan, acre,. ,A people. Thnrsdsyevenlngclosedhe V Ir
large demand lor'ceer1-raW.{ .. .... HARTEII ,
her _
Bones ham convention! II" the ; satisfied and de- '
West s4dt'bnjryrs'front tbelr'various,, homes '
for 1-11901P.
aloefjefl? Rf'be'oatiry') are puheapa11P their visit to the Magic City, Ii
the lighted! with "alarl'P1'fce.,.i I O O O O O O O.O.. O.O O O.O O O.O yo
to. eiaioq,led' *fgecrop r ; a ,casiJyI'u5eq ..,+..r..ep-. --. you Wen'f HIftf ..
of, dealer handle! or send to DB.HABTKR I -
Cars Consumption\ -
; ,Will I Co., Dayton Ohio.
work ea'the ttt
tiarjbor ihprogreMlog .' .'A. nerren'of Flncb..Ark., write.Pjley'a I MARKET '
moothly, a large force of mep being J! to I_, Honey and Tar is the best pr -,; !. UomtouT.x.Aar-1.UOL .
Plied day and nfght'and 'if they : coughs colds and lungtrouble aced Dr.HeyrlerIronTontomr '
work rWatiort for "I have }
Uha. cured consu.prrptionin gr .ell udtohr Western Meats, 'Poultry. Game and Eggs.
mores on salt i la'doing' at-preA-'nt Capes \ : 'I know that Dimick I ,eeatII'. ......ao .
fllmtlf 'r" t1 '
first Blages., :
tail tbe rogaM1ap.rtienisrVr.m.eiaowardatlmr ,
.>odgereport.thekltwil| .be. 1 po'tll i U \ .: .oun mend I" Order "Receive 'Careful Attention.
bIe to ;tlre __ :
admit the?o.ernme.< 'dreUgS b* '. _. t-r- larIaI and Q ".'...v..3. H.BayqLandand Block., WEST PALM BEACH ,
tobef ,st ,The: wiwi'! ,: Pecs I Taken as ft whole, Florl4a I hll'! great 6mlt...../ .AI'LId", ,' U

.,dredging'lIIIary, toaccomplil4iben'project' < of state.great in soil guest i. climate and tp,*pivNMC tI$eNn. _N.-11.' a. ........1: I I II -
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barcanj b better re.lIied; it .is perhaps one are :
''"ea it I. known that the: cntr;.'wHJ-be in richest.resource of the Southern States Nothing ----...T-- () ,I G. W. S. BELL: .
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14.200 feet ;ln le.eU'.& feet wide. and W hat w possible' U.too dlfllcuH\ for her Have YOIolIothe"1! \

fact tfteep,. enterprising eltUeoai: I toaccomplish.. The date on the label.of your paper i I Contractor? Builder tk

The Miami (.. today are her success tells just to'what time your bscriptlon c
their- Printing Com pan)',pr Her xperlmenta, of soil and .U. It you been pnlcAI\ subscribers : > "" WEST PALM B ACIIJ ItI.Ao..
queers lath where tomorrow. Variety t .
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,the Metropolis made possible' ,a that the dale la Changed: after glennearofutatteatl"n. ,, 'In
was publi.h d.entire for matio''conditlon: bare should see ; < ; Plan an uprclfluaHonn t
the ant other .1st.ieed 'and' shftnld or Klmn" on "Pllale.UnD.r. .rer.nc... .. 4' ;
time thin 'week.' OfficiSlhaYeM iversitr of crops such ..OB endln? their ,remittance : FUA.r. Po..toffir. Qua HrtU.THE .
lIeelt Usnufactur-- this office!if it Is not so changed._ .. ,
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the pleaaaat', largoquarten,, fog :Record : p } ; 4 ages, to "Rent
p6iQb are ,be g bunk ia'irput fOLm :: :
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( t./) Linen Duck Shoe is fast being recognized as a most popular and comfortable () y

; rT' kind of footwear. O !.

..... For the hot summer, days there is, nothing else quite so Cool, Neat and Healthful asa

o White Canvass Shoe. We have a, fine new line of them for men, women and: Children.. I 10 ,;

i-I.... Hathaway's "Kool Oxford" for men, Price $3.50. J. JC. Orr's ,fine line for men, Price: r- ;

' ) 1.1'' ,$2.50. J. K. Orr's fine line for youths. Price $1.25 & 1.35. Bachelder & Lincoln:: :'s neat

,j'' t.fJ line for women. Price $1.75 & $2.0O. Hamilton Brown's,; drab canvass "Harvard," for, !

Price $1.75.. ., !
i men, "

1 i We always keep a full line of the Rice & Hutchings Bicycle shoes, nothing better {

' ) .J for the price 150. ," *;:':.. Cio.

Bring all your feet troubles to us we like to deal with them. V

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i CANAL COMMITTEE pany had a launch in waiting and took I In the Briny -Deep. 2
us to the headwaters of the Halifax river .
MAKES REPORT at which point we found the dredge San Popular'd.rs,. bookkeeper Joe 11 "" Summer Popular '
South Carolina at work. This dredgehas for M. 2,1 tock | Corsets [ Styles lt
; Interesting! Information About a like capacity as the Wluibee andIs Grub e r, i a the
manned with a like number of men. hero of a thrilling'
Progress Made By the Coast
The Halifax river to the point at which adventure which

Line Canal Company. said dredged dredge by said was company working; and, has we found been occurred the ocean over pier at I EEED: :: : I A. S. BOTSFOBD DRY GOODS CO. eF ; .

The joint committee appointed to visit the depth of water minimum six feet last Sunday, but Glo [ ing
and maximum eight feet. This dredge has .
and inspect the Florida Coast Line Ca- only now leak THri LAOIB9- OUTFITTERS
has removed 197,538 cubic yards of ma
nal and Transportation Company aub- ed ,out It appears -
,; terial., These two dredges are working that Joe was .. .
:. mltted the following report in both towards each other one south and one engaged in shark Y : ;. .,
branches of the?Legislature laat Friday and boot sixteen miles
north are now fishing; at any -- --- -- -
"Tallahassee, Fla--.May: I, 1903.-Hon, apart; your committee was informed rate he was after oo '------SPRING-, ----
:Frank Adams, President of the Senate: that there are ;yet to be cut 1,400,000 big: "game" when without the alight
Sir-The joint committee appointed to I cubic yards of material to connect the .eat warning thrheavy line that he' CHURCH NOTICESHethodlst i e. .aa.ge
investigate the Florida Coaat Line Canal'' water of.,the Halifax and Matauxas 'held commenced ... spin off of the o Borax FOUNTAIN POLISH .Wltch' Hazel A Fine
and Transportation Company beg, leave rivers. reel in a hurry The speed at whichit Church. sib. roc Toilet So.p
to report as follows; "We then traveled to Daytona, at traveled burned the 1 fisherman' lib 15 enta 25cents. Pin 25: cents Pint sc Cake
Preaching at it a. m.
"Your committee left Tallahassee which went board the Cherokee
place we on hands severely bat he held 'on as r r
Usual evening service at : o'clock
'Wednesday, April at, 1903 and arrived and traveled aouthward to the best be could finally managing to 7:30
(in St. Augustine April 23 at which place headwaters of Biscay bay; finding a make his line fast on the steel railing. Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. Copperas .A Sanitary Fountain TALCUM
Epwotth League at m.
the said Canal furnished minimum of water of five and 3130 p. S cents lb
Company us depth The big fish on the hook offered all Rev. C. Fred Blackburn ,o end 15c
with a launch. We started in said launch maximum ten feet. During the months sorts of objections to' falling prey to ,.. pastor. Until recent' yeltr.-th dawn .of ,the aoth
down the Matanzas river to a point of February March. April May June ,Joe's snare, and after tearing through Cenlary-there was little or 'ao Improvement
about twenty-fite miles !south of St.. Au- and part of July 1901, the said company the water at a terrific rate succeeded In Baptist Church.; la apparatus, ,,Syrups, the chief source of
gustine. While eu'oiite we made many operated the United States dredge Ru- tangling the line around' the steel Dlvlue services at the Baptist church pe'ri1. were concealed ia metal tank.; difficult
.. soundings and found the minimum: wanee. Said dredge during the months beams that support the 'pler/ Theta Sunday at II a. a. and 7y: p. m. Castile to clean, easy to forget until empty then bnr- Cashmer
depth of water six feet and maximumten aforesaid improved all the canals between was nothing for it but to climb down Sunday-school at lo 'a. m. Prayer. Soap rledly refilled. This is still true of old style Soap Boquet
feet. The-}aldcompanvbadredged :palm Beach and :JJlscayne bay excavating and loosen the line, preparatory. to meeting Wednentlgy evening at 7:30.: :;II Pound cents fouatalas. The 8tartliag discovery was,,' made ISC and 25'
aU! the shoals in said river to obtain safd 63,000 cubic yards at a coat of hauling In the fish. W. R. LAMBERT, Pastor. that syrupa stored io such receptacles were
depth of water, and has dog eight miles $7,899 88 as shown by the books of said All went well until Joe was about to 1O' culture fields for deadly germs' What was to
pf 'under water' canals and removed company. climb back to the floor of the pier. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. become of,"The Great American Beverage ?"
45.S&4 cubic yards of material at the "In December last((1903)) the said canal Just then 'hia feet slipped on 'a cross Divine services will be held in Holy We have solved the problem by purchaaillg aBiitmore
point mentioned. About twenty five company purchased the 'auctiondredle support and in an instant he was. Trinity; Episcopal Church, West Palm 20th Century Fountain absolutely saDltary. Stearns
miles south of St. Augustine we found Totnoka, which Is now Improving floundering in the Atlantic. A dozen I Beach next Sunday as follows: Ice Cr e am' Electric:
the dredge Wiinbee at work. This the canal between Jupiter and Lake life preservers were thrown to him and I Communion service every Sunday and Pure The Model Pharmacy t PasteCREAM
dredge has been continuously at work Worth and which Is iu future to be were'used whenever his feet failed to morning in- each month, at 7 o'clcck Rus.seLL a -LANSING Proprietor :15:: Cents
since June, 1901;; there are ten men employed used in maintaining the company canalsto touch bottom. except on the first Sunday when the
thereon aid it has a capacity of their proper width and depth. Kind friends finally grappled, the celebration Is at rl o'clock. I
removing a minimum of 1,500 cubic "We further report that the said company fish line and hauled {t out. At one end Morning prayer and sermon at it. ICE COLD Bebf Iron and Wine Electrlq' Bitters,the ICE
yards of earth a day. has cut between Jupiter and Miami was the- doughty fisherman and at the Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30.: SODA Great'Tonlc CREAMS
"yfe returned to St. Augustine that nearly sixty miles of canals the mac other a forty pound jew fish. Sunday-school meets at 10 a. m. c en t. only 79c Bottle 50 cents Bottle 600: quart
night. Taking the train next day w jor part,of the work being through solid -.----.----- Rev. J. J. VAUfcX,
went to Ormond where the said com. ground. This work has, drained many Rector
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thousands of acres of land which was The church of Bethesda-by,the-Sea
utterly useless until the canals were cut, will be during the entire summer
? but which now Is producing some of the and regular services will be> maintained Now Open
YnYYS ITs most' vnluable crops In the State.: I I every Sunday morning at II. Sua day.' ffiP rrC tia + New
: 300 "We further report that the said canal school at lo a.. m. A cordial invitation O Under
company out of the lands granted to it Is extended to all ManagementOVERLOOKING
by the Stale conveyed as a subsidy. to L Pitz-Jemea Ilindry _
OF the Florida C: LAKE WORTH
East Coast Railway over Rector.
I Standard Grade the 200,000 construction acres of land of Bald, in railway.order to induce Mr. and Mrs. J. r D. Ringhsm. prominent : Special'Summer Rates Sunday Dinners a Specialty

Clothing tesldents of Palatka Fla, have
"We further report that we have examined : MRS. IDA '
$, 'BRUNER Proprietress
the books of said and been visiting this week with Mr and ;
1,the following statement of company expendituresis Mrs. J, M, M Brock over on the BaRt . $. .'i..
To go at greatly reduced taken therefrom: Side. They are on their way to Cuba

: Cost of canal to February 3 t! E prices Total coal dredging,IncludIng and-Santiago.-. High Class Photography w
general expenses $'.oo ,3-4I.88 ,
E 25 PER GENT OFF Cost of dredges '" 77,405.14 World Wide Reputation.
I Cost and operating of steam White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved Oar dork is Unexcelled ;,
r fenders a world wide reputation as being the Alli p t 'K' 1
$22 oo Suits Now f 15 oo 17,989.51 best of all worm destroyerb, and for its r au l an Developing and Printing for \
Engineering tonic
18 00" I3 5 2 I expenses16,19034 influence on weak and unthrifty h '' Doi /
15 on 35 2 I I -- children as It neutralizes the acidity or Amateur "
F 13 50 .0 -" 10 13 Total r {1,111,93687 sourness of the stomach Improves their Studio
In Schmld Block' ... Beach.
00" "We further I digestion and assimilation of West Palm _
C 13 ... 9 oo, report that from an examinattlu food, ..
10 00 ;. ;' ** 7 50 2 I of said books we find the following ', strengthens their nervous system andi -

9m"7 50 : "" 0"5 : r r+i I I 1 elasticity restores them spirits to the natural health to'childhood.vigor and :wOe/aaaaaeaaaieaeeaaaaa.....*.. ..... ............': ;
6 ooWest Total number of cubic yards excavated w' Price 25 cents. _
4 ,old work 4.800,000 I;I .-- .. i H.' L
This lot includes ll'o ; Snwanee new work "J 63,00o I t Mrs. W. S. Graham, and baby .1 left ft'' L.,, HILLIERWHOLESALE :
I Wimbee, new work 146,561 Wednesday morning for Mulberry : -
E South Carolina new work. 197,328Tomoka Fla., to join Mr, Graham formerly with' .: ; ,.AND.: .RETAIL !,'i
piece Fancy Suits as we \ Miller & Co., who la Atlantic a
new work '. )-via I, 640 now CoastLine TOBACCONISTCigars
will discontinue the line. Sale .....- agent at that point. Mrs. C rail i : i ii
;, Total : tin's friends
t T 5,309,731 many regret very much I II i it
does not apply to Blacks and Also: i I her; departure from.town.. i Tobacco, Clgarcttes.Pipes2Etc.; Etc. f
f Total expenditures during: progress -,,?'. I'I --- I IFotey'
Blues. 1 of new work ((9 months), 133,158 33 Honey and Tar contains no I : CANDIES r -- I '
; t Average per month ,. 3,684.35 dren.opiates Dlmlck and can&safely Riegel.be given to chit : A FULL LINE Ol? LOWNEV'SI'CELEBRATB0.CHOCOLATES f'

"We further report that the work |r a. s ,
fc e'dceadm? I Lunches Season s:1;
already performed on' aaid canal. has to OrderDuring
How Are Your : soda '
Eye? '
I greatly benefitted the people of that Ice ;,U : ,
Anthony Bros. ] section of the State through which it ''Gncd old summer time Is here. You H: Cream smitnnt,. Bloc was PAI,)* BEACH ,
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will aeaaNHNaNNaNNaeaae6.NaaeNaaaaaaaeeee/0111/
want good ,
has been constructed and that its I completion good jewelry --' ,
and your reading matter. Don't forget .
will afford a complete aoceon-),
w I Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami': tinuous waterway, thus securing: cheap the old reliable firm of_ Idner & '

transportation for the marketing of the uo.Mrs. --=, _.. ..JAMESet; t HOLLEYBUILDER
products of the east coast of Florida; .. : ;
Cb. B.Jefferson, the
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Fri' MacWinUma. \% and '
mN talented d.ught.r-ln.I.. of Mr. Joseph -- f"
ANTHOIlfW"S" 8aOE. "Committee on Part of Senate. Jefferson! the famous actor, who 'a.4 PI...KS AND aittclvtc.ylotee FUBNISHCD! o* AI'I'UCATIOf ,., :
I' [ AB.IIIUtNT : "IJ. I-L Floyd. 'f'': has been at her beautiful winter home WEST PALM BEACH ... ?' [t..' P g1V_'
_', : .LEII1IIeN "T.B.:Roberts,, ,.. ," '.at Hob* ,Sound since the first week in -- ,'.
"Commlttt pn Part'of November expects to leave tomorrow .- '
lid > .... ..D"'I f((Saturday) for OrmonJ, to spend a few
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hr1 weeks with her mother and SUfl
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