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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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Florida East Coast Railway Operating East Coast's Great WaterwayIs .
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For Business Interests of West Palm Beach. Merchants : Trains Under Gradually Nearing Talks of Politics and Politicians as he Finds them

Summer Schedule.The Completion.Work .
Association Organized for Mutual 'In Various Sections of Dade County. 40''#. )

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Benefit. Will Advertise.Weat Florida East Coast Railwayput on the East Coast Canal is Voluble Citizen Again. ,

Into effect Monday morning a proceeding with the same rapiditythat ?
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new time card, In which there are has marked Its progress for the
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Palm Beach merchants have The. Merchants': Association Is composed some slight changes In the.move-- past two years and If nothing unfor- About one week after the Inter- thought you were, as Col. Jack China

come together and perfected an organization : I' of business houses of almost ment of all/passenger ,trains Trains, seen occurs the Inland waterway to view related In my last article. I would express it, 'all in', but alongIn

that, ia, destined to do a every line, in fact persons who de- under the new schedule, now pass. Miami will be open by next winter. again ran up with the "Voluble CIti- May Doctor Smith wired Doctor

great seal: for ,the business Interests I sire to visit West Palm Beach and West Palm Beach as follows: As yet no decision has been reached zen"but was sorry to note that he was Jackson that you .had been operatedon

of the city during the next several ''do their shopping can well afford SOUTHBOUND.. as to opening it for vessels next not as chipper and gay as I l left him and had an even chance to again

months; In fact Ita good influence : to take advantage of the offer, as No. 29; mall and express, with par winter but It will be navigable In the: last time I' saw him and accosted get In the game. Some of your
lor buffet leaves Jacksonville -
and car,
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will be far-reaching and will be of a practically every article required 9:20: a. m, West Palm Beach case such l la deemed advisable.I him as follows: "Hello Colonel, how friends would say, 'Well, poor Sam B 1

permanent nature could be purchased from members of :15!: p. m., and arrives at :Miami Boats drawing 5 1-2 feet of water are you feeling this beautiful and will never again be seen trampingover

A few days ago the idea was con- the org lzatlon, 10:30: p. m. ? have recently made, the trip from glorious morning?" lIe replied, "Like I the fertile fields in the countyhe

No. 99 Palm Beach and Miami Express Miami to the south side of the pres- call loved others would
ceived that It would be a good business It Is further the purpose of the Association the first syllable of a telephone so dearly;

proposition for the merchants to inaugurate a series of with sleeper, leaves Jackson- ent cut upon which the dredges are sab." I was very sorry to see sucha say 'Ha has made an efficient Deputy ''rt 'y'f
ville GOO: m., West Palm Beach sill(
p working.
baseball games and other sports and change come over him In one Clerk, and did his share in bring-
of the city to offer some special Inducements 5:15: a. m., and arrives at Miami The progress, of the canal is being '
the'people I amusements for each Thursday aft- short week, and thought probably ing the office of the Clerk of the '
to living be- 7:50: a. watched with keen Interest along the
tween Fort Lauderdale and Stuart, ernoon during the summer months, m.NORTHBOUND, East Coast and its completion will that he was troubled with Malaria Circuit Court up to its present high
I and visitors to the city are cordially r !
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INo 78, mail and express, with be hailed with satisfaction.. Au- I suggested a Spring remedy( which standard, and we sincerely hope ,
and accordingly an organization was invited to participate in all of these
perfected to be known as the West amusements of whatever class. parlor and buffet car, leaves Miami gustine Record. never falls to have the proper effect that his cracker nerve will pull him ,

Palm leach Merchants' AS oclation.At I The plan is a good oneand It speaks 6:35: a. and m., West Palm at'Jaclesonvllle Beach 8i45 '" ,. on us crackers, but with a look re- through'. Now up, to the time ;your
a, in. arrives
a meeting of/the, newly formed well for West Palm Beach that her The new time card will probably plete with both amazement and lamented Chief died, I was a firm ;! r.

association last night it was decidedto I merchants can come together and 7:25:No. p 98, ,m.Palm Beach and ''Miami Express give West Palm Beach an evening scorn, he blurted out, "My: trouble Is believer that you were going to get ;f y
make an offer to all persons livingin work harmoniously for the city's mall service when train No. 29 well, but when you got back here k d'
with sleeper, leaves Miami not physical, I assure you, ash; It Is
the two above named places,.I' Interests. reaches the city on time, which will last October, anyone could see
7:05: p, m. West Palm Beach 9:30p : to deter- you'F'e.9
mental I am stumped
and all Intermediate places who/ The full plan of the Association probably be the case during the .and were not a well man, and when
m., and arrives at Jacksonville mine how I will shake It off,
would come to West Palm Beach and will be outlined In awhole page advertisement greater portion of the summer. just had to go back to the hospital in January ,t f
i 8:5GI1.m: hence for coming to this
spend as much, as twenty dollars which will appear In my reason to again* be placed on an op-
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with the members of the Association, \ Saturday's issue of The Tropical Sun, -- = = : .1 spot, where days, erating table, I must say that I did 4 ;,
braves with their maid-
to refund their railroad fare, whatever '! in which the names of the members Inole dusky not have any more faith in your k ,
Geo.. G. CurrieSprings later the crackers and their ,
and '
ens, ,
that amount may be. lot I the organization will also be given. returning than did Peter of old In ) '
." prety sweethearts, and more recently r'1' '
walking .on the water, Again didDr. ?
-- Political SensationTO the Yanks boys and girls,. would Smith wire Dr. Jackson that the

F. :E. C Will t' White Man linger In the shade of this old cocoa operation was successful and the ,

;. nut, tree, day soft nothings to chances were ten to one on your fitting .

Ballast /Roadbed Shot PelicanMr THE VOTERS OF DADE COUNTY not going to vote for me, yet I did each other could, be.and depart With as happy sah as It Into the game ngaln. Now hereId '
.. they me, where your quasi friends did get
-1 "*" '/ : not propose to come down. I called Is different." I ,told him I thought
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that from
busy. They figured ApittISth ,
One of the longest and, heaviest Frederick Robert, a prominent Lasl\ Friday! afternoon Mr. Guy I. his attention to the fact that I.be- [ could help him, If he would only
to October 19th was about six: ('
trains ever, moved; ',over the )F. :E. C. resident, : of the East Side, brings to Metcalf called on me In my office longed to no faction, and that I had nfjple' Inme. "Let me know Co- months, and If it took you that long ', 'f' i
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Railway passed' 't rough(.'Miami this The Tropical Sun the Informationthat and told ,me that, he. was anxious to no desire to belong to one. That onel, what It i la that caused you to to recover from your first operation,

afternoon from Rockdale\ ed route ,to some young white man; whose support me In anything that I wanted my candidacy was in my own In- look like I did one Fourth of July that six months commencing with r

the north; says, the r.i an'N2 Ietropolls". name la. unknown, shot: and killed but that h6 was unable; to do so for terest entirely, and was to be run Day at Churchill" Downs' in the CornCracker January 9th would find you prone ,,1 ';
State. At the mentionof
on my meitts. I particularly emphasized on your back In the hospital on '
The tralp!: consisted;\ of about forty a tame pelican ,In a pond near his Treasurer because of the fact that.: the fact that he must remember Churchill Downs, where the classic or about July 4th; then the primary Mil (, ;'

high 'aldad 'cars!: loaded, .with crushed' residence yesterday\ afternoon, While before reams f out he and his friends that so far my reputationfor Kentucky Derby IB run every would be over, and the (Main Guy
rock Is unknown into three cornered staying with the race to the finish Spring, the "Voluble Citizen" beganto
for ballasting the, \oadbed and the young man'a name had entered a would be need Deputy) Clerk of the ,
engines r and agreement with Mr. Rauleraon and was unsullied, and that he, as brace up. He located his twist Danner County. They made
was handled, by two powerful he was seen by certain parties, up a t ,
Mr Oautler that it they and their leader of one\ faction, had no more of tobacco, and biting oft: a hunk slate parcelling out all of the offices, :;jy'
In the
one pulling and the other pushing. the matter has been placed
friends would support,:,iMr. Dlmlck for power over me, than the leader of began to loosen up some, or'in plainer and. Gene Dimick was to have the '
During the winter and while tote hands of the police.. It is believed (
words become confidential
more A
clerk In (Miami he .(Motcalf and his any other faction. balance of Mr. Dearborn's unexpired ,
tourist trains were In. operation the that he wlli, be caught and severely friends here would support Rauleraon Mr. ,Metcalf left me then to consider Finally I coaxed him to confide his term; then these foxy Cluya, alcked { pM rf? t t. t ,,

ballasting! of track was' confined to pmisifed for his unlawful conduct. for Treasurer' and (Jan tier. for Col- the situation, but the more I troubles, at the same time promising on by the Main Guy (the slate maker) ( si r

this vicinity:\but now that the work For the past year or ,more !Mr lector, regardless of ''who their competitors think of It the more I am sure the to help him out of them If pos did some ure enough condoling

trains-have\ :.better access to the \rack RoberUhas! been keeping In this particular might be citizens of Dade will not stand for sible. With a far-away look, as about you; they 'Poor Sam'd' It on

the work bus I been resumed on the pond several pelican and the ,Mr. Metcalf assured, me: thla deal his agreement. However good was though he saw some one away over the corners of the streets of this city fjI

other end' gf the' 'line and will be birds have, become great pets. During had already been made before I Mr. ,iMetcalf's intention it is not fair at Brlckell's Point, he said, "Why to every farmer who came to court V sr' 1 I i

pursued Vigorously summer, thecortpanys'expecting the past season they proved a came 'out, and that he could foot, play to be slaughtered for the sake Colonel, our acquaintance, since It with such pathos in their voices that '( ( '

| to have the en- great attraction for the tourists at recede from it; and as he"wanted to of electing a candidate to an entirely began several years ago, ran BO i your farmer friends began to make '
tire road ballasted between Miami 't for something he suggested different office. pleasantly up to the time I listenedto QQ
Palm Bead -"IRobert\ Is greatly supple me inquiry by wire to (ithelr commission y' '
and South Jacksonville by next fall. worked up over the matter and Is that I sbfep' out of the race Every office should stand on Its a lot of foxy Ouys, that I fondly I' houses in Chicago the price of a L

The track will be one 'of 'the finest determined to capture 6.nd punishthe for Treasurer and that a petition' own feet, and I submit the matter hoped that Frank and Charlie Ken- floral wreath to be placed( on your i" ro

in the country. The rock being man who did the shooting.| Accordingly was being talked about to have me thus frankly In order that the public dall would overlook my Imprudence I coma; but one day last month, ,,

crushed and of a cement nature soon he baa offered ,a reward of run for member of th9' Coun'ty' may be fully advised and be in letting them throw the "B. C." while I was at Fort Lauderdale, a f ,,

settle 'snugly,around the ties makIng I I twenty dpllara for evidence sufficient School Board, and ,if I would accept able to say by their voted on May Into me, for I see by the hoad-Unes ; Cracker Doctor got off the train and

them as firm and solid aa it to convict. The penalty for that office, he could promise me that 15th whether or not such a far- they place over your articles thatI hearing some of your friends (T) 'j I

Burled itf that natural rock such conduct" la quite severe. two years from now I could have the reaching private agreement as the have not yet succeeded In squaring whining about how sorry' they were

'II' office of Treasurer, aa Mr. Raulerson one, mentioned Is a public spirited myself with them." I stopped him that 'Poor Sam' could not partici-
CKHOLDE/RS.MEET- wanted the omce for one in're means of obtaining any once here to learn what he meant by the campaign
NOTICE OF e''ANNOUNCEMENT.Having only pate in this and it wile 7,
I also submit to the voters the "B. C1.", telling him that I was unableto such that "'
ING. purchased the blacksmith term. ..., a pity 4>e had gone to the
There'will be meeting Of He complimented me highly for my question of whether Mr Metcalf, or comprehend Its meaning. "Why expense of announcing his candidacy,
special
the stockholders, of a the Planters' PackIng shop of T. J. Campbell, on Clematis fitness for the School Board, and any other one man I in the county, sah, these foxy Guys have been for he would die before May 15th. ,

and Preserving Company held at; avenue, I will be ready for business endeavored to show me how the'board should have the power of saying throwing the Bull Con into me ever Here Dr. Kennedy spoke up and said,

Its Office at Dray, Fla.; at ,7 p. m., on and after: Monday, April 16th. needed me on it. On thebther who shall or shall not be Treasurer since you were keno after the hospitalone 'I've Just returned from /Chicago:: '

''Wednesday the 18th of April, 1908, Will be prepared to do all kinds of hand! he told me, jn view of the this term, and of promising it to year ago, and you had to where I went to take one of my patients t
horseshoeing and the else ,two hence if that go back last January; I saw so many
called for the following pUl"posea blacksmith and Job work, agreement between himself someone years whose former home was la

To devise ways and means to meet wagon.anll carlage building,,light friends of Messrs.[ Raulerson and person will only undertake on this Crocodile tears shed 'over you, and that city:: ,' and t want to relieve the 1'

outstanding financial obligations' of and heavy forging, at short notice, Gautier, that I bad, no chance in occasion to get out of the way heard so many expressions like I anguish ,oC: your deep grief for mjr

the company; ; to authorize the sale by using only the best materials. I makea the world of election as Treasurer, For my part I do not want one am going to tell you of, that I don't friend.. Fltts by assuring! you that if

trust deed or'otherwise lease other specialty of building canopy top and suggested that 'I withdraw from solitary vote that is not given freely.I think Frank and Charlie ought to you go to the Court House tomor- d

dlfPOBltion of the snOre, plant or pro- spring wagons, hunting wagons, etc. the Treasurership while I had 'time repudiate every ballot that is on be so hard on me." Said I, "See row, you will .have the pleasure of 111"
painting the humiliation of the bargain and sale order I BELIEVE here, Colonel, t knew you were
perty, franchise and business of thecompany Wit also have a carriage' and save myself seeing the liveliest corpse that ever ;' ,i, ,
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. department where only the best work defeat and him the embarrassmentof ; IN 'CLEAN POLITICS. II voluble all right but !must Bay that struck Dade County; returned borne '
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and Its future management
and< control to the action of the wll be turned out Will be pleased to voting against me. you cannot vote for me without you are somewhat loquacious! BO on the trio with Mr .Fit to; every time JI
ratify !
Directors In/; .pledging the $120,000,00bond have your patronage Very respectfully Needless 'to 1say J was startled by knifing some friend running, for some kindly get down td plain' everyday I ate, he did, and judging {{rom the ""

issue E. -C. MAYNARD.: the 'Information that such a compact I other office ,then, I appeal to you, cracker> parlance and let me know amount of food he placed under hint, ; '
, ,of the company aa collateral '
1 security, 1 had been made but at once il give my opponent; your vote. what all this means. "Well, when belt, It will not be long before hUontlnnxJ ( ,1 ;'
fashionable souvenirs of all told my visitor( that while\ I wa Yours ,respectfully, you went away last April, many of ?
By order of Finest
: ,the President.
and at Idner'i. ( sorry' that he and his friends wen GEO. O. CqRRIE. your friends both real and sham an Pap a ,
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THE TROPICAL SUN. have damaged the people of Florida a great deal of credit upon the publisher Primary as candidate for Clerk of the

? one single cent. The building of Frank L. Ma yes. Court for Dade County
Pioneer Paper ol Dado County. Florida. Having/ resided here for twenty-five
the extension to Key West 'through
,, Cent REDUCTIONAnnual
'O='= ='== ==-=--= :years, I invite inquiry and Investigation 20 per (

PnblUbed Every Wednesday and Saturday water-ways mostly, is universally Chris 0. Codrington, editor of the of those who do not know
,
j "T WSST PALM B14OH,OAOI OOUNTV,ri.oagA" conceded to be one of'the most DoLond News is another taie personally as to my reputation as "
newspaperman \
-- a citizen, my record' an official in Stock-taking Sale
of work
gigantic pieces engineering:
with bee ID his bon
a political
SUBSCRIPTION PIUCE, 2.00 PEU! YEAR. years past, and my fitness! and/ competency -

__ { i. -. ', in the history of the world to any net. lIe wants to wear the senatorial for the office to which I aspire ___- '

nothing of the immense and incalculable If elected I fair and court-
shoes thrit have dIe promise
covered feet
.; Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y,
next 30 will
For the days we
give
benefits It will be to this eous treatment to 9very citizen at the 20
of Frank Sams ,
CHAS. B. KENDALL Managnr.Entered Wt for the past eight
whole country and particularly 'to and has announced himself hands of every person connected with per Cent Off on our entire stock of Hardware -
years asa
the office.
I at the PontofBe of West. P..... Bench Fiorldiuno. There iu". no reason .for candidate, for State Senator, from Soliciting the support v of every voter Stoves, Sash and Doors, Paints Harness -

I } aecoud-clarn matter. censure in that work young maw; Volusia; who considers me competent and cap- Agricultural Implements, Crockery,

take back your thrust and grasp: at able. I ,am, respectfully, Kitchen Furniture, etc. The chance of

ONE'S GOOD NAME. something easier for you to handle''' EUGENE H. DIMICK, your life---don't miss it. _
Since when did the people of the West Palm Beach, Fla. ,
Hon. John P. Wall, of Putnam and don't howl that the railroadsor !
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t )Hall is in the race for the State 'Your Uncle Heury" owns us:, West Palm Bunch district delegate' a FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. 20 per Cent Off on All\ Cash",,: PurchasesRailroad
politician to say to the people who
Senate in Putnam county against that's what some higher; officials do. To the Democratic Voters of Dade fare
refunded to-out-of-tpwtfcustomerB: '
buying
should sit upon the .county school County: ; goods
E. S. drill, the former on tor. Wall when they are cornered in their to amount of 20.00 or upwards ,
board fld a member from tills district I hereby announce myself as a can-
schemes charged with the abuseof
or
1+; ought to win Trill was the introducer ? didate for the office of County Com-

some official power. We repeat missioner from the second district,
$1 in the legislature of the East:

'; Coast extension bill wbich proposed "no dirty lobbyist" can approach subject to the action of the Democratic Hatchett-DaGamara Hardware Go

such men as Dr. E. S. Crill or lIon. The public school system of Dade primary and promise. If elected per- I
to grant, extraordinary I form the duties of the office to the
ly Hunt Harris of West with county) la too sacred an institutionto Wholesale Retailers o( Hardwa'roWest
Key
tl special privileges to Planter's rail a best of,my ability:?' OEO. B. BAKER.

road. Any such representative of scheme, that will work an Injury to be traded off for a few pieces of West Palm Beach, Fla. Palm Beach, Florida11U1AC'1L11IDT'S

the people of Florida, and men of silver. better take the whole business -
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; special interests ought not to be of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .. ..._,
Il their character (should fill every out the hands of politicians. --=----- ---- -- -- -- uI
elected to the legislature.: -Madison FIFTH DISTRICT. I .
scat In the two houses of the next -
a Recorder. i (Mr. Kirk Mnnroe, of Cocoaqut Grove

About that East Coast Extension, Legislature for their services will The Lake City Citizen Reporter is having been unanimously nominatedfor ,--o-o-p.o.o.oo-o-o-

be needed there.-Tallahassee True getting: its share, of rousting from, County Commissioner by a mass1
the DeLand Record has the following wear Palm Beach.: APi'" IK,, 1006
Democrat., the brethren of the press: these days meeting of citizens we hereby an-
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to say: nounce his candidacy subject to the '
rp and what the boys are doing to
j'' The Flagler; railroad is giving employment action of the Democratic primary Mr. IF YOU WAN
Brother Dodd ,
a-plenty.
WHAT THEY CONTRIBUTED. Mvinroe has been a resident of -Dade
s, f to over 4,000 workmen'onthe I
"Rpunntly a church congregationIn ; county for more than twenty years, REALLY NICE, Pure Catsup--
Key West extension. This ex- during which time he bas shown an
a little town built a church. To Prospective votl'rl4ln theapproach- t Use Heinz's fO-otince:: Bottles 15 Cents ]
t ii tension is and will forever be the unflagging zeal in the cause of Good
pay for I it they were obliged to call: ing primary who have not registered
.p, most wonderful railroad building in Roads, and has steadfastly promoted REALLY NICE} Pure Apple Vinegar--!
t/ r upon the merchants of the commun- had best attend to the matter at !every worthy Interest of our great ,
.h the history of Florida. What a We Have It, Heinz's', 10 Cents a Quart'
rr r ity for donations. The merchants once. The !books close on the 28th. county Therefore we ask for him the

wonderful transformation II. M responded liberally and $300 wan !hearty support of all' good citizens at REALLY NICE ,Egg MacaroniWe --

fa eil Flagler has made to the East Coast the, coming primary. .
Have It, 15 Cents a Package .
raised from this source. The last Have (Signed) W. J. SHONE, .
of the Slate from Jacksonville to you paid your poll tax for
man to subscribe wall: John Smith, B. S, POTTER, In fact, we have so many nice things'! we cannot mention, all. To sum hpk: (
Key West at an expenditure, the years 1004> a rid 1005> ? This ia avery
jeweler. 'I will give you $5 if you GEO. RICHARDSON, PLEASE REMEMBER That If there is anything that U nice we I
important matter in connection
j probably 50000000. He has Committee. '
have It.
will let add
ll been the State's greatest developer me something, your with the primary election. <
subscription list he said. I
Permission "
and benefactor, for he will hardlysee FOR TREASURER.
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', mas accorded him and he To the voters of Dade L. W. BURKHARDT.
wroto
the day when a profit will come .......................... County: I FINEST GROCERIESN.
at the bottom of the list: I hereby announce myself as a candidate B. Get our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed.
from his vast investments Many POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS for renomlnation to the officeof I
John Smith, jeweler $5 grit will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books
j thousands of our own people have County Treasurer, subject to the I
Sears, Roebuck & Co. 0
followed the opening up of thin \ Ward & Co. ; i action of the Democratic Primary election I oo-o-o'o-o-o-oo<>-
Montgomery; 0
e........................ to be held May 15, 1906.
beautiful and fertile country for "The chl/rch people saw the point C. H. RAULERSON.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I .
settlement, and many are gettingrich when the minister read from the pul- Miami, Fla.
hereby announce myself as
a can-
by the opportunities given: in pit the list of donors to ,the building; ,didate for re-nomlnatlon to the office
FOR COUNTY FOR THE SUN
COMMISSIONER.To SUBSCRIBE
j the investment of these millions in fund. Since the dedication of the I of Tax Collector of Dade County, sub- the Democratic voters of Dade

our State./ Such investments are ject to the action of the Democratic
church there hove been no mail orders County:
primaries. T. N. GAUTIER. .
what make State great nud pros- sent out from that little town. Miami, Fla. I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

perous. Just see what will be ship- ; for the office of County Commissioner -

ped from the fruit and truck: sec. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. from the second district of Broad &
Every Democratic voter in Dade Dade County, subject to the will of we Moore
= tions down the East Coast this To the Democratic Voters of Dade the Democratic voters at
s should aa expressed
county carefully read Mr.
4 season. The vegetable output is County: the coming primaries. Registered PhartnacisfsAgents
Geo. G. Carrie's letter which I hereby
appears announce my candidacy for
estimated at nearly half a million PAUL C. JONES. Biltmore and Olivei Candies
the position of tax collector of Dade Cretin
in this issue of The Tropical Sun. All West Palm Beach,.Fla.

crates, and the pineapple crop will fair-minded people will rebel against County, subject to the action of the Out-of-town orders,are (given: prompt attention.

foot up about hall as much. There ; Democratic primaries to be held May I

any such political! trickery, or what- 15th. My past official record is well FOR COUNTY CLERK.To Manufacturers\ of the strongest nod most effective
'r from Volusia
are growers, some the Democrats of Dade County:
ever term may be applied, as is exposed known to the voters and I believe
county, who will make a fortune |, I take this method of announcingmy HORSE FLY RE'MEIY
by Mr. Currie. what should I be elected they will not be ,
Ry right: candidacy for the-oroce of County
this season. And still you hear of disappointed In the quality of the service on tho market, SPECIAL PRICE PER GALLON)
or power has any'iudividual to offerto Clerk, subject to the action of the
,fanatics and anticorporationistswho performed by me. T. J. HARDEE. ;
Democratic primary, and will appreciate \
another individual t that which the Jefferson Block WEST .PALM IU2AC1I
are fighting Flngler and his any support that my friends can
enterprise. Proper guards should whole people alone con. give! by their FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. give me. Respectfully,

is right of suffrage? Away with such To the! Democratic voters of Dade Z. T. M ItRITT. ., '""
"
thrown around the operations of County
politics!! and down with those men : I SUMMER HOTEL. CHICAGO
,; the railroads as are given the peoplein I take" this! method of announcing FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT "
who follow such precepts. myself as a.candldate for the office of
,the Railroad Commission, but d COURT. ,
County Clerk of Dade County, subjectto Believing that service for the '
I this continual the mouth my \
DELi
: foaming
HOTEIi .PRADOA
the action of
The longest trial in the history of the Democratic primary past five years as Chief Deputy in the ', :. .
p, by fanatics about railroad corporations I F. W. HAHN. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
: any court in the country was that; of Hls h-Class'Family and Transient Hotel.
does the State and her people qualifies me for the position, I here '

t great harm. It is the method such Greene and Gaynor, charged with the FOR COUNTY TREASURER.To with respectfully\ announce my candi- Loomed between" AVaHhintfUiit and Mn
embezzlenient, of l overnment fuuds, the voters! of Dade County: dacy for Clerk of the Circuit: Court, ; Hcljainfug1!! the Lhlongo> l/nlvei-alty.

people adopt to get office. It is which has just terminated in the Having been Identified with Dado subject to the ap ioval'of. the Democratic Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath'.and Board for two people

the office(/ they are alter, and) not fort County since 1895; having done tna Primary. S. O. FITTS.A \ From $30 to S40'per"Week.,
Federnl in
court Savannah. The
= the real interest of the State or the very best I: knew how, as an Individual Twelve uliinitoii"" front Down Town via lUiuoW Central Runway,

people.We trial lasted eighty-eight days and resulted citizen; to make 'It a prosperous BADLY BURNED GIRL All Tr.ln. top tt 6jrd Street, to which: all Buggage abo-uld be Checked.:

in a conviction. The convict county; having lived at both enda of or boy, man or woman, is quickly out BRRDUHV & JflUSHRVB, PKopcletOf.

agree with Editor Dunn, 0'-' the ed men will have to serve four yearsin the county and having filled a public of pets if Bucklen's Arnica Salve is applied ""'tt

Madison Recorder, and Secretary: of omce (so ,that!' the people may know promptly. G. J, Welch, of Tek- ,
the penitentiary and fine -- --' ,
the Railroad Commission, that lIon. pay a of whether 'I do so conscientiously) 1 onsha Mich., says: "I use it In'' my -----W' -- ---

{ John P. Wall! is a good and true half a million dollars. now offer myself aa a candidate for family for cuts, sorea and all skin injuries II. N, Burhans, Pre,, E, A. Tidd< ,.Vice,res. W. W. TI'l'(' ; Sec, and Treat
; the office o? County Treasurer, subjectto and find it perfect.: Quickest

t mac, and that he has mad Florida the Democratic primary. I need Pile cure, known. Best healing salve Florida Orange Grove Realty Co.

a useful find conscientious legislator Hon. Jefferson B. Browne bas formally every vote that I can get and trust made. 25c, at all drug stores If you have an Orange Grove Grape PruitGrove: Pineapple Grove or Lemon

bat when he throws mud on Dr. announced that he will not he ,j I that my friends, jvhother .in the cityor Grove that you want to sell write us and we ,will show you how WE SEGROVES.

candidate for rpnomlnation country, will not forget me on the FOR ASSESSOR. No. 17 Hogan Street,
E. S. Crill, One of the truest nod as a day of the primary In return for To the Democratic Voter of Dade Itafurcneei AtlnutlG INullnn'iil! Dunk of Jttok.,onvillo. Jacksonville, Florida!

purest men before the people of member! of the Railroad, Commission: which I promise if elected, to perform I County: -

Florida, be goes out of his, way to in which capacity he has been serving; the duties of the office, with as I will be' a candidate for renomina-

the pant four years. His withdrawalfrom much courtesy, accuracy and promptness tion for the office of Tax Assessor at
and he will have
do
a injustice
gross
the as I give to my private business. the 'coming Democratic primary elec- Five Trains
race gives; an entirely different
1' the biggest job of his life in the CEO Q. CURRIE. tion, and respectfully solicit your sup Superb

. ; i,' undertaking.! There Is not one complexion, and the other candidates West Palm Deach, Fla. port.. Respectfully, .

!; single excuse for It either tin' thin who are running will now get I GEO. O. BUTLER. ,

down to business earnest. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. /r' Daily .
instance, and it behooves Secretary!
I, To the Citizens of Dade County: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. ,
while, hwis. his efforts Three to the East and Two to the viaAtlantic'
w, Dunn bending I hereby announce my Candidacyfor I hereby announce myself'as' a candidate West,

ia the defense of the drainage board, The suggestion/ of The Tropical the position of Representativefrom for the office of County Com- ,

to be sure of bin bearings/! when he !Sun: that the! legislative,? candidates, Dade County. To you I submit 'missioner, from the First District of Coast ,lAneNew :
the question of my qualifications to Dade County 'Florida, subject to the
after to seek after things both of residents
goes game w om are Miami,
i # represent you In that capacity. If decision of: the coming Democratic ,
and men he cun bundle in better deliver a joint address to the voters nominated at the ensuing primary, primaries. *.

shape. No enterprise of so much In West Palm Beach, i ia meeting with hall devote my best efforts to your CHAS. W. McPHERSON. York and Florida Sp..cialleavcJ! Jacksonville' liy: p. m. daily ex. Sunday

t service and the welfare and up-build- Stuart, ,Florida Florida and West Indian Limited lye Jacksonville 8:55: a. m. dally
of
financial Interest to the people the approval of a great
,. many peoplein ing of Dade county shall receive my New York E*press lecvei Jacksonville 8:05: e. m. daily

; ; Florida was ever gone; Into than Is this end of the county. earnest consideration. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.A. Chicago and Florida Limited leaves Jacksonville 9:30: a. m. daily

the extension of the East Const Respectfully Lee' Allen, candidate for County Dixie Flyer leaves Jacksonville goo) p.,m. daily

railroad to Key West, and it is J. W. WATSON. Commissioner for the Fourth District, ,
The Pensavola. Journal has issued Crasto
Through
, just Sleeping
subject'to the action of the Democratic ,
'' true Dr. (Criil may have been the !introducer THE
a special Panama Canal edition FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT primaries. I stand for: toAugusta
New.York !Service
, but Chicago and St. Louie; also' new Sleeping Car. :
iI of the a
,) measure which ia COURT. Good roads.
a very interesting: number OH. leaving Jacksonville at 8:55 '
;' careful reading/ it does not reveal! and
the fact that it curries with, It one County: Equal' ) rights to all and special pray Full Information write

privileges" that regarding the Deep Water City. The i ,I hereby present my name to the ileges' to none. A. LEE ALLEN. FUANK C. BOYLSTON, District Passenger jent, ''

iota of "special work Is ably illustrated and reflects voters In the coming Democratic; (Miami, Florida ..Jacksonville Fla
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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM ACI1BE FLORIDA WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 1906 PAGE THREE \ ;':) t''

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Railroad OFFICIAL CALL William Anderson, J. Castello, inspectors .
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For """ ""' ,.
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; A. Proctor, clerk; polling

For Democratic :Primaries in place, school house.

Confimissioner "Precinct No 11.-Inspectors: W. A
DadeCounty.A
i .
Scott, R. Blackwelder and J. F. Sax- .1l1l

on. Clerk: J. R. Horn Polling place, I
Tam DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF meeting of the Dade County '
TO Saxon's store. SILK SUIT PATTERNS l1l }
Democratic
Executive
FLORIDA: Committee was Precinct No. is'.-
Under the present system of nominating i held at Miami, 'Fla., on the 14th day S. M Alaabrook, A. C Frost, inspectors M

your public servants for office, of March, 1906, pursuant to adjournment ; R C. Stanley, clerk; polling Fifteen yard Silk Suit Patterns that :

each of you have a right to say who place, school house. v

hail be your nominees.It The following" call for a primary The voting shall be by ballot on formerly sold for $10. and $12 are now '' ;

tickets furnished by the State and .
being Impossible for the Individual ,election was adopted, to-wit: County Executive Committees, and at being offered for

voter to know, personally, each I Notice is hereby given mat there the close of such election, the Inspectors t

candidate who offers himself for a will be a Democratic Primary Election and Clerk shall proceed to\ can- ;

State office, the undersigned Intro- held in the several election districtsof vase the vote In accordance with the $'; -5O ,;' ; .
State law and shall
the at once forwardthe ,
himself to ;you through medium Dade
duces County, Fla., on (May 15th, '
to
returns the Chairman of the
'
\ of the press. Judges of the 1906, and, if necessary, on June 12th, Executive
County Committee.The .
have made 1906 for the nomination of all Democratic
courts of Florida never Ita assessment to be paid by the .

practice to solicit votes by personal candidates State and County, to various candidates shall be as follows: % ""'%'''''
be voted for by the Democratic elec-
appeal, !Members of the railroad commission Representative .... .... ... ..$ 25.00 $
tors at the general election to be held
are Judges. They decide certain Clerk of Circuit Court ... .... 150.00

matters between the great corpor- November 6th, 1906, and to be appoint- Tax Assessor ... .. .... ... ... 75.00 s
by the Democratic Governor of the Silk Petticoats
ations and the people. It would be Tax Collector ......... .. ..... 75,00
State, between the date of
unfair, therefore, while others are at- such primary election and the holding hold- County Treasurer ............ 75.00 tl (+ l' !.( 3

tending to the duties they are paid to County Commissioner ....... 10.00 $

perform, for another Individual seek- Ing The of the following primary officers election, A. D.to 1908.be Member Board Public Instruo. lrf.00 Only a, few of these very desirable

ing the position to take advantage of are Justice of the Peace .... ...... 5.00

this to-wit nominated at said primary election, Constable ... ... .. .... ...... 1.00 $ Skirts left from the sale. These will be '

I live at Lake City; .Florida; I ama One: Representative In Congress, County Fish and Game Warden 6.00 disposed of at practically cost. See them"" '

candidate for Railroad Commissioner Supervisor of Registration .. 6.00 E
Second Congressional District. $ !
; I am a Virginian by birth; enteredthe All candidates are required to file a in our window.
Two Justices of the Supreme Court.
Confederate navy when 12 yearsof written application to have his name ( t
Two Railroad Commissioners.
age and surrendered with the naval appear upon the official ballot on the $
One (Member of the House of Representatives. -
forces under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, blanks furnished by the committee, """ '; 5

at Greensboro N. C., In 1865; I have accompanied with the fees above set c
One Clerk of Circuit Court for un- ., ot, I Id
resided In Florida for over 23 years; forth with Geo: P. Bull, of OJus, Florida y
expired term.
have been In the newspaper business Secretary and Treasurer of the
One County Assessor of Taxes.
all that time; have diligently and County Democratic Committee, on or

faithfully worked for the upbuilding One Tax Collector. before the 26th day of April, A. D. 1906.

and development of the State duringall One Five County County Treasurer.Commissioners 'The Democratic County Executive BR NNING BROSa d

these years, and my every effort Committee shall meet on Monday, May I
Three Members of Board of
In the future will be to that end, In County 21st, 1900, at the County Court House j' ,,1I.}
Public Instruction.
whatever position I may hold; am I In Miami Florida, and publicly can- i II

thoroughly acquainted with the wants I One Supervisor of Registration. vass the returns and declare what LADIES' OUtFittERS
One Member Member of the !Dade:
and needs of every section of Florida, candidates are nominated by a majority -

acquaintanceship and travel County Democratic Executive Com- vote for each county office, 'and In WEST PALM BEACH FLA {
as my
mittee for Precincts Noa. 14 and 7, $
have led me at times Into every county what cases a second primary will
respectively. '
within its borders; have twice been have to be held.
One Justice of the Peace and One .
chosen to represent-you In Democratic Attest: W. A. FILER, $
Constable in such districts as have y
:
QEO. P. BULL, Chairman
National Conventions; have been
vacancies. (, V
connected with, the State Senate in Secretary.
One Fish and Game Warden. .
Florida since 1887, most of the time i ir
The rules governing said primary
as secretary, and can confidently refer, I election shall be the same as those DeWltf's :r ? SalvoFor West r halm ]Jsac1L Wintsr .JctsZs ',', '
CONSTELLATION OF ARIES.The .
as to my faithful attention to the du- adopted by the Democratic Executive Piles Burns. Sores.A .

ties imposed me, to memberof located the lake front r
upon any Committee their held in Pleasantly on ,
at
meeting ,
the Legislature during that time, Jacksonville on February 24th, 1906, Blind Spot In the Eye. Ram With the Golden Fame. FI..oe of The Holland comma dioa a fine view of Lake 1
well aa to the records in the arch- It is remarkable that althoughthe Argonautio l' '
as far i Worth and the Royal Poinclana '
for governing State Primaries, so
ives of the State, It being a fact that to the bptio nerve is of all parts of the Early on the 21st of March the West Palm Beach h* '
as the same shall be applicable ;
sensitive to sun enters:! the sign of Aries, and 1
these records have never been attackedIn County Primary. Those and only eye the most light, yet Every convenience and comfort at ;
the courts. should an object fall on it aa we astronomical ppring begins. Two or
those persons shall be permitted to L.D. Lock-wood Proprietor moderate prices. '
look around us-and some object three thousand when the
Railroad commissions of nearly all at years ago,
,
the States of the Union have, wherethe become candidates before, or vote must always be thrown on it-it is heavenly groups were originally e A Select Boarding-House: of

powers given are Judiciously exercised or participate in the management of invisible to us, and in our field of fashioned,varies marked the vernal I na t 0 r tta r. Hlfth Order f t
said primary election, ,. who declare vision there is in reality a rQ e Located on Olive St., near ,
gap "
the of the
benefit to the sun
proven pf great their adherence to the principles and equinox, passage the Lake Front
in sight the surrounding '
general public, and there is no reaaon organization of the Democratic Party, though ordinary of this draw through which betokens the openingof Rlvotrlo Ll 1 I1I.. hot and cold bathH, and other modern convenience Table! service ( i

why Florida should be an exception who edges gap up spring. Owing, however, to the the best, llateit W8 to AMD a w..wk. 4).r..I..o. nullolt\ .. !
are,
National State and County, clos-
fill it. But
and by
to the rule. Experience has pointedout I State lawful together so slow westward movement of the MRS JfKANK DARLING, l'roprl..tr iMThe !
laws of the
by the one
one by practice may
defects in our railroad commission electors of the election districts in ing eye force the object which is equinoctial points Aries in reality OPEN NOVEMBER 10 (i
actually --
law that are being remedied by which they offer to vote, who have reflected on to the optic nerve to has no longer the honor once accorded Palms 1 Large, New Four-Story Addition ''

the legislature at each session, and paid their poll taxes legally due not disappear completely from the field it, but has drifted to the east Now Being Built.A i '

by this process, within a few years, less than ten days before said primary of vision. Bernstein, tells us that ward. larra hninn-tike. hotl, w'II>appolnt il and beautifully Incntocl. giving the vnntForta wllb- ?
constellntion Aries
we will doubtless have a law that will when challenged the itself be made to The of repl'esents out tit) eoHt of the more exteiiHlve on..,.. I SIfuHted on Luke Worth opposite the Itnvul ,, >,'
election, and who shall, even sun can in mythology the ram with the I'olmliina Hotel. White wnltrexxne.hwtrle bolls, good flHhlnir. hunthiff end txmtlnir.Kutiffl 1 '
be all that it should be In the Interestof by an elector, pledge in writing disappear if it falls exactly on the golden fleece of argonautic fame, : tJ: .01)) and$11 per day,.pedal. rates by the week. TUB PALMS. We.t Palm Beicn.Seagle f

the people. 'upon oath before any inspector, to blind spot where the optic nerve en- and a short sketch of its history NOW OPEN ;i

I am confident of my ability to fill ''abide by and support the result of ters the eye. This may account for may be of interest. Athanius, a I House Jefferson ;t;'I t

the office acceptably and efficiently, ,such primary, and support the nominees the fact that some people can close king of Tho.aly, two Block ; n i''' l 4

and pledge myself, If nominated and thereof. one ,eye and stare the summer sun children,Phrucua and .....e11e, land he No. I Ir '

afterwards elected, to administer the I and closed without wincing, "A HOME AWAY FROfl HOME i''
The polls shall be opened also had two wives, having repudiated i 1tIPl'
duties of the office fairly and Impartially Centrally locatedeodneer1.akeWorth l ('ool.Dlry room bent table service
/ at the several election districts, the first and taken a second. t
JUST BECAUSEyour Rates $2.00 Per Day Special Rates by the Week or MonthF.
,
fixed the general election The not at all goodto
at the hours by stepmother was (
The State of Florida has wonderful : law. The following named cough is only In the throat and the children and treated them so I Y, SEAGLE, Proprietor i 4 I ,

possibilities before it, and in my persons are hereby appointed Inspec- does not trouble you now, don't think badly that she aroused sympathy in NOW OPEN I t. "

humble opinion no agency can be such tors and Clerks for the several elec- that It needs no attention. When it their behalf. Among those interested ;- Brtiggs Cottage A Select

a potent factor in its development as tion districts: has not had much of a start Is the in the youngsters was Mercury Winter Home d

the railroad commission. "For this "Precinct No. Inspectors: N. H. time to check it. The slightest cough who sent a ram, which took j

reason the voter should weigh care- and B. Q. Ball. easily leads to Pneumonia, Bronchitisand them on its back, sprang into the Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Hpme Cooking. No consumptives Taken J4' t''
Parks, H. E. Stypmann Evernia Street, Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida 1' FI
fully the claims of every one who Clerk: Carl Schroeder, 'Polling place.Ball's Consumption. A bottle of Bal- air and hustled them off to the east ; '
MRS H. E, BPIQOS,
offers for the place. This announce- lard's HorehoiiBd Syf up will cure that ward. Proprietress
store.Precinct -- ---' ----
ment Is a direct personal appeal to No. Inspectors: Frank cough. The price puts It within reachof In those days Europe and Asia

Sold by A. O. Riegel. were separated by a strait, as we find OPENS
YOU individually. Two members of Kitchen and E. C, Miller. all. The
Bowers P. Virginia I I OECEHBER FIRST
in to bo the case today,
the board are to be selected. I wantto Clerk: James Hepburn. Polling place, a measure 1905
and the girl Belle became frightened -
be ,
one of them. I want YOUR vote school house."Precinct .
and or perhaps dizzy from seasicknessin Centrally Located Hot and Cold Baths Electric Light Throughout
support. Should choose me, Frank
you No Inspectors:
I promise that have crossing the water afr this very Large Cool Rooms, and CulMlno the very bent.' Rate* f 3.OO Per Day. eelal Rnt. by l v
you shall never Sheen, Joel A. Dean and Dan Cos- rough time in her experience, lost the week or month: CarrlUKruc| In connection: with hoiiHeto 'ofr tralnx.

cause to regret it. grove. Clerk: T. J. Campbell. Polling' her hold and fell into( the straits MRS. A. L. HAUGH, Proprietress. ,'

I believe my large acquaintanceshipIn place, old engine house. which to this day are known as the NOW OPEN '

your county, Dade, to whom I refer "Precinct No. 'Inspectors: Jesse 0fr IIell pont. The boy had a better

)you, will vouch for my fitness for the Dougherty, J. L. Garnett and F. W. hold and kept on until he reachedthe The Keystone Datura Street, near tr? 4 8 ,'

office. Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling far end of the Black sea. Phrix Center of Town tw"

As any loyal Democrat would do, I place, Porter's Packing House. us showed a spirit of sacrifice, not An Ideal Family Hotel. Good home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms f y n' 1 a 1t'g

Pledge myself to abide by the result "Precinct No. Inspectors: T. M. ot> self, however, by killing the ram, Hot and Cold Baths and modren improvements. Rate $a.oo per day, special rates i '

of the primary, and will support the McRae, T. J. Haygood and I. B. Tay- lad }presenting its golden fleece to by the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK, Prop., West Palm Beach, Florida ,

nominees thereof at the regular lor. Clerk: H. B. Hodges. Polling the king of the country who causedit NOW OPENClematis bi

election place, school house.. to be hung in the sacred grove of 0 ,

Very respectfully, Precinct No. 6-1. I. Hardee, D. the Aries under the guard of a sleep- r. z Szrtctt1S Otta S Two blocks Ave' '

T. J. APPLEYARD. Cassel, J. W. Pierce, Inspectors; J. less dragon. The star marking tho Q west of R. R.

Lake City Fla."., April 9, 1906.' M. Umsted, clerk; polling i>lace.Rouse's forehead was called by the Arabs Largo airy rooms. Bath and other conveniences. Table as good as the best. 1 I 1
store."Precinct Hatnal], which means sheep. In very Rates $5 a week to home people transient rates $1 per day. '

TICE No. 7.-Inspectors: W. W. / early times it is said that the Greeks West Palm Beach, Fla. MRS. C. F. CROSBY
'
considered this star as the sunrise
In County Judge's Court, Probate Jurls- Marshall, Ed. T. King and Henry
the vernal equinox.-N
dlcton, Dade County; State of Florida.In Bryan. Clerk: R. A. Bryan. Polling York herald-of Times. Everything In the printing line at Leave your orders at The Tropical it

,the Matter of the Estate of Patience place, Stranahan's store. The Tropical Sun, and all work executed Sun office for all kinds of engraved J '

* Ward, Deceased. "Precinct No Inspectors: J. B. HEADQUARTERSFor In the very neatest' and latest and monogram stationery and visiting

Notice Is hereby given that on the Wofford, J. W. Ive and J. A. Harp. +r all kinds of building material. style of the art. cards.

second day of July, A. D. 1908. I shall Clerk: J. H. Oleescm. Polling place, ,
Best material and prompt service l la
Present my accounts for final settlement -. school bouse."Precinct .

and apply for my' discharge as No. Inspectors: Paul "1 Exl'R OTxn mar MFITOTB HB WAS" ) our motto. East Coast Lumber and D. W., FENT0N & CO.Undertakers .

executrix" of the Estate and: of the Last Matthews, I* Fornel land J. I. Peters. GO1NO TO ABK MB COB" COLD VICTUALS. Supply Company. 2wJEO.

will and Testament of Patience P. Clerk: J. A. Daugb.try. Polling place, ------
Ward GOOD JUDGMENT andEmbalmers
deceased, to the County Judge school house.

8.t Miami VICTORIA Dade ADELAIDE County Florda.ROOT, Townley"Precinct H.No.Dale.10-.-!Miller Inspectors and: S.T. L.L. Is and the women.essential Invaluable characteristic to good of busi-men ( : HASLEHURST & SON _; '

Executrix and necessary to !house ,
: men
of the Last Will and Testament Patterson. Clerk: K. B. McLendon. ,. ness Builders
of Patience P. Ward, deceased. Polling place, FaVr building. wives. A woman shows good judg- Contractors and Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA

R 'PIERRE BnANNlNQ. "Precinct No.. 11._Inspectors: B. S. ment 'when she buys White's Cream P. O. BOX 304
The beat xn
her
for
Attorney Vermifuge baby.
; for Executrix. Hardee and Jackson .
Andrew ---
Potter Oallaway. worm medicine ever offered to moth- CITY MEAT MARKETT. '
Peacock. Clerk: 1.. W. Indeed are the sensible S. H. RICHMOND AgentPerriae' b'
ers Many ,
FIne line of latest style visiting Polling place Shone' old store their A. PEASTER, Proprietor.
write expressing
who
Garde and latest !In letter, at The Precinct No. 12.-.1. T. Stephens, W. mothers, r
Tropical| Sun. gratitude for the good health of their Grant LaniJCoaipanjKRAI Florida add Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs.!
Call
and Sea ample" J. Daugberty.; A. T. Duval, Inspectors;
which to the use
' Thos. ,Mitchell, clerk; polling place children, they owe ESTATE.. Mail Order. Receive Careful Attention.'Jefferlson

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"Darkest Before Day" LAW A (Case) of American Push A Diamond Transaction \

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COrlfc-lnal.1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR [Original.] Original] '
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John Harklund, ordinary" seaman, be- "It's no use, Pete; father Is immov A number of gentlemen! were sittingIn

ing one of the night watch oC the brinantlae i West Palm Itencii. Fla. able. 'lIe wants m. to marry some distinguished a fashionable: club In Furls talking

; Amphitrlte,; stood peering out I (}. OUKKIK personage. He has always over the revolutionary movement in
GEO.
1i KuBBla. Count Maximilian Blon-
been sensitive about our family name
what seemed him universe of
Into to a
Attorney and Counsnilor-nt-Lnw and would like me to change it for a court expressed the wish that the I
and
< nothingness. The sky Will overcast WEST P\LM' BEACH, FLORIDA movement would not end till every ,
'' better one.
:. the air murky. The vessel was dip. "( bureaucrat In the empire had been
plug and rising In black and oily wa- I'. 11 it ANN IN(I. "Brown is better than Skrable. swept away >
There visible horizon. H. "Ho doesn't think so. Mrs. Peter of the ,
tern was no Why, count, said one party,
Instead the vessel seemed to be salllna'within Attorney and CounsellorttLa' Brown would be but little Improvement "do you: wish our allies such misfortune I,

a globo of Indefinite magnitude (Ollloo over Dank) IIn Miss Alice Skrable. ? It is not many years ago that i{,r

Marklaud was but nineteen years i WEST PALM BEACH FLA The lover went away sorrowful. you were bund in glove with 'Olle of: ., ,., >' "

old. Two years before he had been One day Brown's eye fell on a paragraph the czar's suit." ,,' "

graduated' at the high school of the MEDICAL AND $URGICA.LIi '--- in a newspaper that set him The count smiled a peculiar smile II W

coast town In which he had been born. O.: HOOU.M.: OPHY8IOHH thinking. He thought all day and "You don't know the Incidents of thai \ ,t. ..I

Ella love for the ocean was his ruling most of the night. When be awoke in Intimacy," lie said, "nor does anyone !. .
pusttion. From hilt earliest boyhood he AND SUKOffaOHIce else. I have kept them locked up, fearing I,' "
the morning his thoughts went righton .. t .
had played In Its breakers and sailed i ovor Portw'N bicycle store WEST;: to give them on account of tho \ I
upon Its bosom. PALM DKACFJ. KiiHlilencn near Itoyuli like an automobile In which the high standing ot the parties concerned. 1

There was another passion which Polnclnna Ildtel, PALM HEACU. 13.1 stopping apparatus has become unmanageable Since they ure not so powerful as they

struggled with his love for the ocean --u.-1'0---rrmt----- "M-- i>., lIe thought a whole week, at were, I clou't mind if I let you Into \

that was his love for hilt classmate, : It. the end of 'which he brought his flat tile secret" .

Marjorie Sanford. When he went to a-9a-Us WesT: PALM. BEACH i' I. down on a table and exclaimed: Every man draw closer,. eager with \, '

sea he wished to be engaged to her. CENTALuii. "I'll do It!" curiosity. Watch for new

tier parents mulled at the proposition From that time Brown's law partner C "Just before the czar's visit to Paris .

of a boy of seventeen going oil before .u. H.MACY UK.,1.JJ.NMVM'AX noticed that he was paying very little when the treaty was signed," the count ,
the mast, being engaged to their daughter. continued, "I bad a chance to bu :_a_'
to
attention to business. He seemed .
They raised no objection not anticipating Drs. MACY & NEWMAN largo diamond from South Africa tor Time Card--
be spending all his time searching for
he would bo able to
that worth. Whetherthe
much less than It was
DtNTISlS .
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before the youthful attachment something. It was Jot a legal matter, it by
marry any one man who offered to me catiA?
had faded away. Office in Jefferson Block for no legally drawn papers appearedto I it honestly I don't know to this day.

The young sailor had spent two yearsat WEST PALM BHACH. FLORIDA be passing& through Ids hands He lIe claimed that be wan la great straits

sea and had studied navigation under It. .J. E'" LIUDY received a great many letters, but never I for ready money. I Mortgaged my estates -

the captain's own Instruction but D spoke of the contents of any one of I that had been In the family; for Florida East Coast

he was now putting into the home port Dentist them. Indeed whatever was due purpose centuries to buy It and made the deal.

still an ordinary seaman. It was this OlIIco Firm door west of Dado County Sin to he kept It a profound secret. 1 "Soon-after I bought the stone along
coupled with the fact that :Marjorie Hunt Then' suddenly Brown announced : came the near. It occurred to me that %

was still as far from him as ever, that WI '4'I' 1'Ar.M 1 IllCACIl. FLOUDA that he was going abroad. His. part I '

''q made his world look as black, as voidas ner, astonished aid dissatisfied threat-.: ty.; .

the world be looked Into from the ened to dissolve the firm, complainingthat of his suit Prince Dalgourkl. lie wasa :

r deck of the Amphltrlte. .., Brown would leave him to do all bloated aristocrat who had lived like Railway

"Markland. lay aloft and fix that ; the work-It was not oneroua-and was the rest of thfe Russian royalties, by

clew line on the uialntopsall yard," keeping iipportant matters from him. plunder. It did not take me long to J JI

J said the mate. Brown told him just enough to satisfy Interest him In my diamond matter-

"Aye, aye, sir." The young man's him, then suddenly disappeared.Six indeed he grasped it at once with I
i" somber thoughts vanished for the mo months passed The Skrable great avidity. I took the gem to his

ment, and be sprang up the ratlines SEED ''tamly. Alice excepted, bad forgotten rooms for his Inspection. lie told me :-

n working his way out to the extreme Make mores a yleld Gr quantity anddll7. Mr. Brown and were greatly pleasedto that'he would speak to the czar about ., / I
" end of the yard. Giving a tug at the When your Fauber planted : have an opportunity to forget him. it and the next day sent me a note to I r

clew line, his hand slipped He clutched merk't 1 erry e:but they they were have the been hem tmprov.mq on the. His Intimate friends wondered where bring the diamond to his. rooms again .'.

< *>* with' the other but too late. In another ever .In.veeelahle W.seed era.,.eap.rte. luttnwP'Rnc' he was and how he obtained the means when a lapidary appointed by his majesty .. ,,' ,: ,'

ti I moment be was In the water. toes dw" :' lt= tfullylllue-: to spend so much time away from would Inspect It ..,. ( .
When be rose to the surface he saw a ened,ere all app! ut borne. Some one said that an uncle, his "The lapidary was there when I arrived ', .
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white ring floating t .ar him, which he mother's brother, was furnishing him and, taking out his glasses, com- '. ,

recognized for a lite buoy. lie graspedIt. .. app with money. This was true. The uncle menced to examine the stone. Insteadof I r
but his main concern was that he supplied him with barely enough for being: one of the principal diamond ., '
mlil'btsee the ship hauled to the windor his purpose. Brown's partner sat in merchants of Paris-he was rather a ,, '

putting about. lie did not see the Geo. S. Hacker & SorMANUFACTURERS his office waiting for clients who did disreputable person. I kept my eye on

ship at all. Then he listened for the not come and wished for Brown, who the stone not losing sight of It for a ,

sound of oars. Nothing disturbed' the was a pushing fellow and had many moment, till I heard a crash directly ,

appalling quiet When half an hour r ingenious methods of securing busi behind me, when I Instinctively turn
had passed and that quiet was still the 1 .I bricabrachod
ness. "Have you heard from Brown? ed. A cabinet containing
same be gave up all hope of rescue. everybody asked of everybody, and fallen forward. I turned again to
Rising and sinking monotonouslywith $ I did not see It but did
everybody replied:; "No. Have you? the diamond. ,
the waves, the heavens dark "No. I wonder where he Is and what see the lapidary standing, a revolver in

above him tile waters black about t h' he's up to." "Oh he's got some wild each band with his bock to the door.
1C he
him Uurkluu.l passed; the night. he said 'follow me
scheme on hand. But, no matter how 'Excellencies,
was ever sure about anything loomed.duringhis wild Brown's schemes,,,he has a way at your peril.' lIe covered us with his
life it was tli.it be was
of carrying them out He's probably weapons backing Into the hall, wherehe .
The world of Ufo seemed to him! to bo .
the was out of sight. I made a motionto
contract for replacing
getting a
so far from him that ha bll rl no pint in .....
lu the center street cars In some foreign city with follow but the prince held me, sayIng
It. SUHpeiuled, al it were
of an inorganic uulvec.c, bo could< take American flying machines. But he'l1do : 'Your life, m'sleul It is. worth t

a comprehensive view of: lilt past con. OF It You bet, he'll work It through." more to you than a mine of diamonds'"Almost -_. ,
r nectlon with the organic ujlvorse. There was a good deal of such talk from the first I detected in

What had it all beeu north Even his Doors Sash, and the uncle who was. "grub staking" the robbery a plan to transfer the diamond -
to that of
Brown looked knowing whenever from my possession
love for ;Marjorie now seemed a past very
condition to him, !such' as an exhilaration Blinds Moulding! approached on the subject, but said Prince Dalgourkt. Had It not been

a fit of passion an absorbing... nothing. AU this increased the curiosity necessary" (or him to overturn the> 1
dream. -AND-. of Brown's friends. and acquaintances. cabinet to attract my attention from
the diamond I might have been de
Before morning he became drowsy. .
He had already got the life buoy under Building Material One day a steamer arrived, and in ceived. As it was, I was confident -

that the prince either bad or would '
his arms and there was nothing to the passenger Cist published was the

keep him awake. He sank to sleep or CHARLESTON, S. C. name of Sir Peter Brown Tbe name have my diamond."I i z
to stupor, fancying that he was dying In the minds of Brown's friends had kept track of diamonds offered for
EIfIr Largest Factory South. sale In Paris till after the czar's de-
him whatever.
and that it was by no means an unpleasant no connection with
sensation after all. Send for Prices. Some of them saw It, but went on with parture. The stolen gem did not ap
"HI there! their daily avocations just the same. pear. I resolved to recover It or die in

He certainly heard the words spoken It occasioned not the slightest ruffle an attempt Instead of putting the

by a human voice and opening his among them but the next; morning a police of Paris to work on the case I

eyes discovered that it was day. Within KILL.THE! COUGH paragraph In a newspaper let out the went myself to St Petersburg. Disguising .

a few yards of him was a boat secret of Brown's absence and none of myself aa a diamond merchant
pulled by sailors and In the bow a man AND CURE THE LUNGS his triendli"'did anything during the I went about the gem stores of* the

ready to reach for him. Within a hun- day except visit one another and gossip capital looking for an extra large diamond

iill dred yards was a bark and Markland WITH Dr. King'sNew with mouth and eyes wide open suitable for royalty. It was
her was not long before I got on the track of
noticed that foretopmost gone. upon this exploit This. was the paragraph -
He was pulled into the boat and takento referred toj: a stone which answered the description dyer
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the ship, which he noticed as soon Discovery Our fellow citizen, Peter Brown has of the one I had loot.
as he stepped upon the deck had recently just returned from a trip to England "So unblushing was Dalgourkl sure
gone through a gale. A number Pries where he haS establishes his right to the of.his position that he was attending
of sailors were at the gangway crowd- FOR I CONSUMPTION fjOo 11$1.00( baronetcy granted In 1003 to Hugh Brown to the sale of the gem himself A diamond
Free Trial. after the restoration of Charles II., tor
. Ing together to see the castaway, not loyalty to the house of Stuart, dormant broker told me that the owner
an officer appearing to keep them In Surest and Uuickert Ours for all since 1789These' wouIU not let it out of his sight and

I 1k, their places. THROAT and LUNG TROUB. few lines were quite enough to if I cared to see it I must go to his .

. "Take me to your captain" said LES, or MONEY BACK. stir every one who bad ever heard of house. I went to a.palace and found Four Sailings Each Week BetweenJACKSONVILLE0

Markland. Peter Brown\ For a week nothing else Dalgourkl. My disguise was complete
"We've got no captain, mate. We'reIn was talked of, and every one wondered and he did not recognize me. I told him NEW YORK
hard luck. The first mate died of heard to : that I was but an agent and If he
that Brown had never been Calling both ..
\ Chirleiton 8.C., way;
the yellow fever at Panama the second would give me a price I would tele-
ha L. A. WILSONMANUFACTURER claim any relationship whatever with THE FINEST STEAHSSBP8 IM THUS COASTWISE SERVICE
and killed himself master and get an immediate -
__1. mate went crazy any baronet Meanwhile) invitations graph my royal

and a week ago the captain was !: Or were showered upon Sir Peter,. and reply. He gave me figures TilE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND 80UT1IEKN LINES
( washed overboard In a storm that car 60 per cent above what the article was
the Skrable family .
from
cards came Direct Service. BetweenJACKSONVILLE.
ried away the mainmast. The ship Boots and Shoes for a musicale. Sir Peter accepted and worth and I retired. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
sprung a leak that keeps half of us "I made several visits to his home ,
he and the snTHlngAlice
during the evening AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.Calling .
pumpln' day and night, and we hain'tgot and took note of the room in which he
t vanished Into a corner by themselves tit Charleston both *.
way
Kinds of Lea lter
a man In the crew as can navigate.I Repairing in All : always received me, including access SEMI-WEEKMf: SAILINGS.

see by your togs that you're an ordinary Goods Neatly Done '"Come tell me all about ft" she ask and egress. At l lost I accepted his southboundNorthbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
seaman yerself and. I tell your and made an appointment to Jacksonville
terms .
ed. "How did you ever do It? From foot of Catherine Street
plain, mate if we'd 'a' knowed It we take the stone and 'pay In accepted
In
"One morning I read a paragraph \
wouldn't 'a'"-picked you up. We wantsa Indian[ Tanned Buckskin a newspaper stating that as the law of drafts on my sovereign. The sovereign -: \ CLYDE ST. JOHlNfi RIVER LINE
navigator. maD. desiring that he should not be
stands can assume -
England: now any;
: "I'll navigate your ship for you," and Horsehide Shoe with Impunity some presumably known In the transaction, we were to I Between Jacksonville and 3anford.

said Markland) "but just now I want extinct or dormant baronetcy prior to be alone. Stopping at Palatki Astor, St. Francis, Berasford (DeLand) and
ii some dry togs and something to eat"III 1783. A recent work, called\ 'Extinct "The diamond was on a table before I Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns BJver

. The men standing about gave a I FOR TENDER PERT and Dormant Baronetcies,' says that a usI took out my wallet and picking
Steamer of Jacksonville
shout! and In another moment every out a black substance the size of apes City ..
'v one of the crew knew that the deep Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio thousand of these title creation have lapsed and the be- threw It Into an open grate. It : Iz appointed to Mil u* follow*!' Leave Jacksonville,Sundays,Tiie.tl y. and Th r.oIayll,':x*. .

A bad given them a navigator. tween the original exploded. Nihilists were everywhereIn neuI'ololr.l.a". Sanford MimJayi, Wednesday and Fridays,eee a.m.kulhbou.d .
Of these the majority be- -
present day.
fi ,,vMarklond found that the chronometer dormant before 1788. the capital, and the prince turned
extinct or
had been wound and the. Instruments J. B. McQINLEY Armed came with as much information white,, as a sheet. He found voice Behedale N ApdrP

I1 and charts were In good order. I' enough, to ask what I was doing. I Read down.es .,...11
could collect
r He divided the watches got a sail tinder about my-t"ml1y as I In another which also exploded. ". 33opm ..... ....... ... ....JACXSONVlrLS, ... .. .. ... ..." ..Arri" "
the leak then got his latitude and went to England to find a' dormant threw : .45p.... ..... .... ......... .......PAIATKA. .................... .... I".:"'I"P"poJosm '
I drew '
the
longitude giving him his position Funeral Director Brown baronetcy. lighted on the one Then turning to prince t Jooall1........... ASTOR '" ........_........... .... .. 11,......
which be knew to be within a few granted Hugh Brown. I proved that from my pocket a powder canister and 4 ..... .......... .... .. P.t.PMANCIS. .:':'....... ......,... I""S
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home. There he my ancestors came from the same aid: ". -I"-. ............ ...... ...HRF.RBFORDDSLAND)...... .... .., Psa
l hundred miles of his the Bounty and before I got through made 'I am not here to buy diamonds butt Arrt..ei joerf.f......, ,?........1.'..... ..._..8ANFO ....*.?.......... ...... .?
l took the vessel and telegraphed and -' the discovery thaI am really. Sir carry ont the orders of my chief. 10 00 am.__...._.._....................ENTEBPBISE......>_., ..........r.. ". 100__
1 owners at Philadelphia. who bad given -
together:
the ship up for lost. In lieu of salvage Peter Brown. We"I die threw the canister into the fire. General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St.. JacksonvllHu '
EmbalxnerDoth
t Markland with 10,000 ,AlIce Skrable clapped her bands, thenthrew -
they presented her arms around her lover's The prince'darted from the room and IRltNIIlOlflJEIt ,011'...." Uen'I!,...AI' m W.., B.y tlt.... .. l'.LUYHLLofwFont :
1 -the ship and cargo were worth $140.OOOand ,- could not soon have stopped running W. ....COOPER. Jr. C,
gave him choice of a position licensed by the State to embalm I necRV of Hogan Street ,... If. r.a.
; for I deliberately made my exit with .LCal1AUERTYG.n7Eaet'araaaAat.NYok. CLYORMILNEUenlFrpAdw160
the of Sir
I l on one of their vessels or in their countIng In a few days engagement
i house. Since Marjorle's parents aDd prepare bodies for shipment Peter Brown and Alice Skrable wax diamond by another way and-well, : o. EG ea.Vice Preftdeat and General Managerlimeys

"I consented to his marriage with their announced, and they were married in I didn't stop till I"reached Paris." Office*, Pier 86,North River,New.Tort. Branch. ,SIX Btm,Aif r. r __
daughter on condition that he would Lady assistant. due time. Lady< Brown was furnished "The explosion! exclaimed one of -----,
Iti her father to the. the listeners. "Didn't the canister explode
accept the latter and finding that after with Money by buy
t loved better than the original Brown property, and the present :
all he MarJorie
SunIi
1 "I didn't wait to see. but I think not. I Subscribe for'the
sea he became a shipper Instead of a DJf.'l} :a Early Risers! Sir l'i Brown and bill family lire *1
i' lincu It contained nothing explosive.
lIe la now manager of the bust In Englni
sailor. The famous little pllit. ;
"' E.-iPELL- C. M'LAIN. TOM GAYLORD. ...
B. SOUTIIGUXB.
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Hof..BreadsLight -,. POLITICIAN.-- FOP Democratic DadeCounty.Primaries v in How's :I Atoms & Miller


1 Coiillnuril from ?n|"" 1. I, Your i : :

has a "corporation".' I A meeting of the Dade County

andSweet" At this juncture the "Voluble Clt- I Democratic Executive Committee was

iiea"!: was sweating copiously, and" held at' Miami, Fla,' oD"the 14th day; Liver? Blacksmiths 1 Wheelwrights :,U E l lt

breathing hard, and I truly pitied of March, 1909, pursuant to adjournment f ftit tit '
him: .Continuing' In a pleading, halt : It will pay you to take good care of t

enquiring tone, ha said "Why Colonel your liver, because, If you do, your
I ought not to be Judged too The following call for a primary liver will take good care of you. '

i harshly for my want of faith, for It election was adopted, to-wit: Sick liver puts you all out of sorts, Horseshoeing!: and General Repair -

are made with Is' not every man. who has such a Notice Is hereoy given that there makes you pale, dizzy, sick at the Work

stock of It as have Frank: and Charlie will be a Democratic Primary Election stomach, gives you stomach ache, -
Kendall. headache, ,malaria, 'etc. Well liver
Why. ding-dong my picture held In ,
the several election districts

OYALBAKING gentlemen, I verily had believe been that If these two of Dade County, Fla., on May 16th, j blood keeps and)'ou'well digesting, by your purifying food. : your Manufacture of Tools'a Specialty, 4 '

given the oppor- 1900, and, if necessary, on June 12th, There Is only one safe, certain and i s
tunity which Peter of, old had, to 1906 for the nomination of all Demo- '' r1 'f ed,
I reliable liver medicine, and that Is Freight Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders "
walk on the water, they would have cratic candidates State and County, to I II
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done '
BO. be voted for by he Democratic elect

I was growing tired of listeningof tors at the general election to be held Thedford'sBlackDraught Y jl't l

Incidents which I am trying to November 6th, 190C, and to be appoint- I ,
PDWDERAls Poinsetta Street North \Vest Palm Beach
forget and
endeavored to get away by the Democratic Governor of the ,

from the "Voluble Citizen." I told State, between, the date of holding I y r 4litl1111111111111111111fl11f

luto1y Puro : hfm that I thought I could square him such primary election, and the hold- i I

may be eatenwlthoutinconvenlence I with Frank and Charlie If that was Ing of the primary election, A. D. 1908.
IIntldyspeptlc all, but he stopped! me by
saying,
The following officers are to be

by .persons "That la not all of uiy troubles; nominated at said primary election, For 60 this wonderful ; ;; 'r"--;; ; ;
even with delicate why these four-fUiBhers now accuse to-wit: I 1 vegetable over remedy years has been the standbyIn ,, " ;wwwwwwwwwwwurgSolicits " ,,.

digestion me of being a 'Hopper'; they claim One Representative in Congress, thousands of homes, and Is today L

that such talk as I am handing' out Second Congressional District. the favorite liver medicine In the world.It < .

Kenning, "K>WM.co..mw vomu to you is doing the Main Guy no Two Justices of the Supreme Court acts gently on the Hver and kid Ii J1e Fie e1 P1 arT\aey(
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I II neys, and does not Irritate the bowels.It
I good, unit now when I attempt to Two Railroad Commissioners.
relieves
cures constipation, congestion -
( FURNISHED ROOMS-Specially lowiatM butt Into their conclavesthey scatter One'Member of the House of Representatives and purities the system froman 1 === I. ,

for furnished rooms from now quicker than an untrained Gordon overflow of bile, thereby keepingthe :;: YOUR Trade. ==

fill December let The Ilex Clematis Setter can bleak up a covey of quail. One Clerk of Circuit Court\? for un- body In perfect all health and --- ---
Price 2Sc at druggists
IrenuB, next door to Tile Virginia. I heard a hackman get back at explred term. dealers. -

urn. M. E. Weybrecht. 1m one of these pikers yesterday In away One County Assessor of Taxes. -"St it. \ 5 We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate h

which afforded me real conso- One Tax Collector. =-= Prices, put up by a Registered =-3
BLOOD POISONING I lation. The hackman was discussing One County Treasurer. -

suite\ from chronic constipation, you, and said, "Mr. Fitts lying on' his Five County Commissioners -- -- .--- ..-- -- -'"" 5 Pharmacist. 3| lit i 41 '

bleb 1 Is quickly cur"d by Dr. King's back In a hospital 1500 miles away Three Members of County Board of William Anderson, J. Castello, In- ::: 1 == r t' /j'y4 j'y4r

kw LIfe Pills They remove all pol- 'I from here and Captain Fltts well Public Instruction! spectors; H. A. Proctor, clerk; polling -

1DOU8 germs from the system and In- and on duty at the Court House, are One Supervisor of Registration. place, school house. s= Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream =3g

use, new life and vigor; cure sour two very different Individuals and One Member .Member of the Dade "Precinct No, i Inspectors: W. A. *--- ,

Jiomach, nausea, headache,,{: dizziness, you fellows have got to do some County Democratic Executive Com- Scott, R. Blackwelder and J. F. Saxon 3SZZ
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Ld colic without grlplng or dlscom- hustling to down him'." I butted Inhere mittee for Precincts NOB. 14 and 7, Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place, A. O. RIEGEL, =-

|)Jr!. 2Cc, Guaranteed by all druggists. I to tell the Colonel that I thought respectively Saxon's store.Precinct Graduate New Yiuk College of Pharmacy =S

I I my friend the hackman had doped One Justice of the Peace and One No. 15.-:M, A. Marshall, '

For Sale Cheap I the situation correctly, and that I Constable in such districts as have S. M. Alsabrook, A.,C. Frost, Inspectors ?Jd16JdiUUIUUIIIUII. .!.. .I'lbll(11(11Jdl. ( ( JIIJl6t66J1lJSUllllIIaUII1J1171' ( (

"The Keystone,'.' nituatert. Datura I was not a dead one by a long Jump vacancies.One ; R. C. Stanley, clerk; polling
i "What Is the use of your'telling ire Fish and Game Warden. place, school house.
|reet Apply to C. C Chugworth f fI '
I that Colonel? I know you are'' alive The rules governing said primary The voting shall be by ballot on

I I one, and If any of tfiese pikers election shall be the same as those tickets furnished by the State andCountY'
FROM THE PLAGUE.
DANGER '
"
There's grave danger from the I think differently, they can Just go adopted by the Democratic Executive Executive Committees; and at GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER'

over totmy good-looking friend, Committee, at their meeting held in the close of such election, the Inspectors -
lapse of Coughs and colds that area WEST PALM BEACHBus
George Oomph, and let him read Jacksonville on February 24th, 1906, and Clerk shall proceed to can-
prevalent, unless you take Dr.
for Con them a proposition I have left with for governing State Primaries, so far vass the vote In accordance with the Trips toLantana it ),
g'8 New Discovery him together with the legal tender to as the same shall be applicable to the State law, and' shall at once forwardthe and zr 't.de'r. '
Jlon i, Coughs and Colds. (Mrs Geo. ,
back up my faith In Here I County Primary. Those and only returns to the Chairman of the
you.
alls, of Forest City, Me., writes: "It's I BaggageWagons Delray, "1
those shall be permitted to Executive Committee.
was having a tug of war to get away persons County ri 2,
Godsend to people living In climates,
I I from the "Voluble Citizen"; he was become candidates before, or vote at, The assessment to be paid by the Boynton $ :
here coughs and colds prevail. I
"them. assuring me that 'he had not yet or participate in the management various candidates shall be as follows: Meet and '
ends prevents
ad it
quickly It confided all of his troubles In me, said primary, election, who declare Representative ...... ... ..$ 25.00 rn t
neumonla, cures ,LaG rippe, gives but I told him that I could not give their adherence to the principles and ,1 Clerk of Circuit Court ., ".. ,. 150.00 All ; r Other .

underfill relief In Asthma and Hay him another minute then, but If he organization of the Democratic Party, 'Tax Assessor .....,.. .. ,. 7600 Trains Points '

ever, and makes weak lungs strong would release the hold which he had National, State and County, who are, I(Tax Collector .. ... .". ... 76.00 a

'rough to ward off Consumption and' I on both lapels of my coat, that whenI I by ,the laws of the State, lawful County Treasurer .. ...,. .." .. 75.00 SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL, MEN ,

''oughg and Colds 60c $1.00. got back from Stuart and Jupiter, electors of the election districts 1n County Commissioner ., '.., 10.00 TREE SAM L.E ROOM ,

aaranteeil by all drug stores. Trial '''I would! then listen to his troubles which they offer to vote, who have Member Board Public-Ins true. 10.00 ,
ettle .
free. "Why, haven't yon been to Stuart?" paid their poll taxes legally due not Justice of the Peace II.. ..... 6.00

"Yesslr but know of law less than ten days before said primary Constable . ..... .. 1.00
I that
I Hawyour bikes repaired at Cummings no election, and who shall, when chal- 'County ,Fish and Game Warden 6.00 GRAFTED,
keeps me from going back there ? '
fcleamtisa so Mulgoba Mangoes.
e.. opposite bank: -All work ?
|uarSDleed. kindly wait a few days, and I will lenged'by an elector, pledge in writing Supervisor of Registration .. 6.00 BUDDED ,

9-13-tf have more time to listen to you." I upon oath before any Inspector, to .I All candidates are required to file a Largest, Collection of Crotons in the United State, alma Phyllan 'i; ;' :q

CRATE MATERIAL. i then bade him good-morning, and abide by and support the result of I written application to have his name thus, etc Allpotgrown. Full Line Citrus StOCk 1'R"" ti't' t

I The East Coast Lumber and Supply ,In my next creed, will tell- my i such primary, and support the nominees appear upon the omclal ballot on the grown on High Spruce Pine Land Address 7

Company la prepared to furnish, all readers some more of the troubles of I thereof. ;blanks furnished by the committee, JOHN B BEACH, West Palm Beach Florida

hide of crate material, wraps? etc., the "Voluble CItizen." The polls shall be opened and close accompanied with the fees above set r ;? Q

Jt t ihort notice. 2w "" S. O. FITT3. ed at the several election districts, forth with Geo. P. Bull, of OJus, Florida -

at the hours fixed by the general elec- Secretary and Treasurer of the ,

....., Y' tion law. The following named County Democratic Committee, on or oloAOLIOSSOso a 4 ,l7so7aoieoAOiso51o51oieo7roeo.nrsn5ao7aoiao5soiloiso11oi1oi ,
NOTICE. LOW ROUND T tIP RATES.. '
in I persons are hereby appointed Inspectors before the 26th day of April, AD.. 1900. YROROKOROKOROKOKOKOKOKOKOSt J KOROKtNt01tOKURU.OROROKOROOO
County Judge's Court, Probate Jurisjj VIA L. & N. R R. I ro
and Clerks for the several election I I I The Democratic County Executive U aN .
jj dleton, Dede County, Stat of Florida. The Louisville & Nashville Railroad'will I ', 00
i districts: Committee shall meet on :Monday, May 0," 11./1/ "
BI the Matter of the Estate of Patience sell round tickets Jacksonville ''' lito lt,
trip frpm 00
Ward, Deceas'ed. "Precinct No. Inspectors: N H. 21st, 1906, at the County Court HouseIn so r
: 00
I Notice IB hereby given that on the to points shown dates indicated Parks, H. E. Stypmann and B. G. Ball. Miami, (Florida, and publicly can- o t { w
low Carl Schroeder Polling place, and declare what '
proportionately rates Clerk: vass the returns
;
ecoDd day c"' Jrly, A. D..1900 I Ihallreset '
from other points: Ball's store. I! candidates are nominated by a majority FURNITURE
t jns account for Anal settle- U Pi!
eel t !and rpply fir discharge aaHutilt $12.55 to. New Orleans and return Precinct No. ?.-Inspectors: Frank I vote for each county office, and In III' '
my \ Bowers, P. Kitchen and E. C. Miller what cases' a second primary will I '+
of the Estate and of the\ Last account Confederate Veterans' Henn- I
Clerk: James Hepburn.. Polling place, have to beheld. I
VIII and Telament of Patience P, \ton; 'tickets! sold April 22, 23 and 24, k'oo STORED II ,I ,c r .
\'t school house. Attest: W. A. FILER, rd, dec(! ,zed to the County' Judge;, with final return limit, April 30th; Ho ,
Frank Chairman. 00 w 1
t "Precinct No Inspectors: GEO. P. BULL,
Miami D-ide County, Florda, tickets can be extended until May 21st. O
t Sheen, Joel A. Dean and Dan Cos- Secretary. tY 0 C
VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT Stop-overs allowed. I --------- JlJIo
I 0 v
grove. Clerk: T. J. Campbell. Polling 00OJi
iwitrlx of the Last Wilt and Testa- 75.50 to Los Angeles and San Fran- ,I JlJI Nh.

elect of Patience P. Ward, deceased. clsco'and return, account, meeting Imperial place, old engine house. We stor Furniture, or any article '
'r. "Precinct No. Inspectors: Jesse
Attorney PIERRB BRAN INO, Council Mystic Shrine. Tickets Dougherty, J. L Garnett and F. W I o, of Merchandise, for any length of time, o; '
for Executrix. sold April 24th to May 4th, Inclusive, Ito
Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling L. A. WILSON o u'
with final return limit, Julj: 31st, Tick- i by the month or year.
place, Porter's Packing House: .
afrt! line late" style Visiting i ets good going via one route and returning "Precinct No. Inspectors: T. M. I MVNCFVCTintBR Of I 1'0 __ Yo F '' '

Kronlcal and Sun latest, >In letters. *t Th.. another. Liberal! stop-overs McRae, T. J. Haygood and I. B. Tay- Boots and Shoes i liCO. -- ----- X0 r > .i'i' t 2 2o
Call and see sample.GOOD allowed. ,/ 0/1
/
t lor. Clerk: H. B. Hodges Polling o Minimum charge for arti-
$77.50 to Los Angeles and San Francisco place school house. I I anyone ,
'
we JUDGMENT ,f.; and /eturn, account Convention Precinct No. fl-I. I. Hardee, D. Repairing In AH Kinds of Lea'te' cle, twonty-five cents per month, \ 4'
essential characteristic of men' National Educational Association.
od 1 women_ Casael, JV. Pierce, Inspectors; J. Goode Neatly Done k!
Invaluable to good bual- Tickets sold June\ 24th to July 6th, incluslv -
'81 men M. Umsted, clerk; polling place. o.
and necessary to house- with final return limit Sept- Ita

'lent Ive.( .when A woman shows' good Judg- ember 15th. Tickets good, going one Rouse's store."Precinct No.. 7.-Inspectors: W, W. Indian Tanned Bnchtin; We also pack goods for shipment toOl e

she buys Whlteis/ Cream another. Liberal oJi
If'ige' for her baby, The best stop-overs route; returning alowed. I Marshall Ed. T. King and Henry and [Wide Shoe any part of the countrj'
01'111 Bryan Clerk: R. A. Bryan. Polling 10
medicine ever offered to moth- For rates from other points,
.
11, Stranahan's store.
Many place,
Others, who Indeed are the sensible schedules and 'full information, maps'l( "Precinct No. 8..Inspectors: J. B. FOR TENDER FEET JI'- I- SON
write their '
raUtnde for the expressing or write, Wofford, J. W Ives and J. A. Harp. Olive St, North of New Jefferson mo 2.. Experienced China Packer. ? .4 uoo
good health of their
GEO. E. HERRING, .0 lito
hl1dren, Clerk: J. H. Glesson.. Polling place, '
which they: owe ta the use Fla. Pass. Agent, L :&. :, N. R. R. school house. ao
White', -'- -- ------ --
i Cream Vermifuge. Sold by its West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. I It.
a, Rlegel. "Precinct No. 9.-Inspectors: Paul 0

Matthews, L. Fornel land J. I, Peters., h "
------ PIERCE'S BICYCLES; at Cummings! Clerk: J, A. Daughtry. Polling place, U McGINLEY BROS. CO. -II ''r1

our JUST BECAUSE Clematii ave., opposite bank, West PalmBeach i school house. J. B. McGINLEYFu :

COugh Is onfy, In the throat) and "Precinct No, 10.;Inspectors: T. I.. .
loti not> trouble [ Opposite School House a r rl rl0o
,Iat It you now, don't think WHY Townley, H. Dale :Miller' and !S. L, o oo
I needs nefal Director 1
no attention.
had When It !have a torpid liver when Ileiblne, the Patterson. Clerk: R. B. McLendon. e
L.7 much of a start Is the Fair building. Yoof
only liver regulator will help you? ,Polling place
KCbeclt Jt The B"ehteat cough should I "Precinct No. 11.-Inspectors: B. S. .
\ reason why you o0
: There la no- and
to
Ld J Pneumonia, Bronchitis 'suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation, I Potter, Andrew Hardee and Jackson ,

C'nMumptlon- bottle of >Bal011 liver comp Peacock. Clerk: J, .Gallaway.. 7oo
ostoKOkoKOStoKOKostoKoKOtROKoK
Horehound Chllla and FeVer or any EmbalmerRoth toisOLoAo7sotso3soiso5so.oaoko
| : Syrup will cure that laints, when Herblne will cure' you. Polling ,plage, Shone's old store. oRoatoRoKOKoatoatostokostoROKOKw wv.u.uw wvwuw'r. wu.eu.aoeeo'

I If t ill' J.price DUt 'lt within reach. Westvllle Fla., writes? .z.1 I Precinct No. 12.-[. T. Stephens, W. \
C. Waite ,
,
Sold by licensed the State to embalm
A. (}, Riegel. was sick for a month with ehllla and J. Daugherty, A T. Duval, inspectors; by I 'kh

:fever, acid after taking two bottles :of I I Thos. Mitchell, clerk; polling :place, and prepare bodies for .shipment. I '
Subscribe for the
odol' For Tweeclell's hail Sun
Dyspepsia Curo Herblne, am well and healthy. Lady assistant.
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13. Henry Qossnmn,
Precinct No. -
"aatti,what you eat. sale by; '&. O. RUgel. I
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AGE: SIX,, THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM\ BEACJ:; FLORIDAVELNESDAY: APRIL 18, 1900 "

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Mr. W. J. Green went to Jensen a DDQQ itr

i paragraphs of yesterday on business I (Dne Cent( THE "

,l_ Local Interest Father P. J. Kennedy wont (to :Ml unit r i 1 t kt

yetitoiday for a few days.Mrs. SIRKINChip '
A-WOFRD
-- ---
Win. Gautier has returned to /
Gas and latb work
engine repairing! ,
.at Huff telttera. {JCtf her home in Miami, after .a pleas- --__._--_- -=-- ',' !
Clarified advertisement, tbis column
ant visit with relatives here. '
ANY
Capt. A J. Canova now of Miami, at one cent per wurd for each in- ." o
ll spent Sunday, here, At 7:30: o'clock this evening a ae'tiou. Count the words and send the ,, '
"
thirty-minute service will be held at cash, along with the order. ., ., \ .
'.
Mr Fred S.: Dewey spent Mondayin I "
8 Holy Trinity church, to which all '
"
Miami on business, MONEY TO LOAN. .SHOEShave 'ir .
members and others are invited ., t' !
Mr. Win. M. Pope deputy cleric of YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT : ,T' .
the circuit court, was up from Miami County Judge A ,E.Heyser arrived< IF you want to Improve and need:\ moneyto advanced from .
yesterday' morning from Miami and do It with apply to Geo. G. Cuirie, 80 TO ISO PER CENT 13og1nni'ng 'Jr/cn !.a.'f! t
Sunday visiting relatives, '
will spend several days here looking Went Palm Beach I. .' .. .
Mr O. G. Strohm left Monday after his prange grove interests.A Still wo are ready to show you' the I ; ,. @I:!'. .z .7c k
end newest; atyVs' of Spring :' t7.J.'Pr1.:
f morning for Daytona to spend a Batteries Complete Launch Sup very
impressive feature In con-
day or two on business. very plies, at Fowler Bros & King's, and yD miner i
nection with the service at Holy .Wffnth.o fires.: Tfifll
( rose
Attorney George 'Currie has been Trinity church Sunday evening was SHOES and OXFORDS I !! ? :
spending several days In Jacksonville the christening of the infant daughter Brass Shafting, at Fowler Bros & .i ,

I on professional business of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross King's. nt the salve! old prices. at, 6 p. m. Qaoh 'la.y) :

I A suit In garnishment, IS. L. Eaton which was read by the rector, Rev. .
Dwight Cameron. A large Batteries and motorboat. supplier of all 2xocp& .5a.turda.g.
congregation :
filed Saturday
ve. J, T, DeBerry was : kinds Iloffiteltlers ;'' "' :
at j3lf .
at was present and the service ? .
afternoon In the county court I
W. L.
Douglas
b ,MiamI. was enjoyed very much,
I Remy Magueton, $1$ oo. Best made,
,:Mr F, V. Seagle, proprietor of the County Tax CollectorXT. N. Gautier, at Fowler Bros. & King's., Monarch Pats
'Seagle House, has returned from a of 'Miami, spent yesterday. In the..city 'l' J1nt'hony 13r s.J Ire i

business trip to his former home In shaking hands with his friends. Mr. Queen Qualityat
Gautier is a candidate for re-election '

,I Gainesville. and is looking; atter his political Louisville Nashville t
twelve-pound daughter was ,what thr> marked.
A fences throughout the county. ThisIs Just y tire
and Mrs. Oeo. B.
born to Captain his first term, and he says that railroad
Bvernla and Sapo- Prices $2.50 to $5.00Clottiing
Baker, corner should fie be re-elected he will be' I
dlllo streets, on Easter Sunday. better equipped to look after the -

Those receiving prize cards on de- even better equipped to look after the .I3I IST'; LINE TO .

portment In :Miss Amy Harris' room duties of the responsible office. .
In the public school last week were Birmingham; Nashville '
| The members of Holy Trinity ,
S Paul .Metcalf, Amy J. Grier, Carrie Sunday School enjoyed an Easter 6

'l Turpln, Wllmar Bell, Jesse Plcltett, egg hunt 'Monday afternoon in the Memphis, Knoxville, at closing out; prices:
and Pennlagton Jones.
Fred Clark
south of Dr. Potter's
pine grove res- tm'"DUUDDUDDDODU mt
,, The announcement has been made idence, on the lake front. The children Louisville i i Cincinnati i ( a

l that the Board of Control has abolished of the Sunday School and ,,

the position of Supervisor 'of several of their friends, numberingin Top Shirts .
St. Louis
the Florida State School for the all perhaps 75, spent a very Chicago, '

f .Blind, Deaf and Dumb, at St.: Augus pleasant afternoon, having'been forced I end I 2 for $1.25

tine. to search for five dozen eggs. D.1.1LLENREAL
AllPoints North and WestRoute .
., The unique and charmingly de- Delicious refreshments were served ,
slgned cottage on ;Evernla street by Mrs.( John B. Beach. I II
I I 5 ESTATE AGENCY
which has been In process of erection The Sirkin
Mr. S. B Aultman, proprietor of of the I-tunoua Tourist Train I Comp'yJfflVrson
during the past several weeks, under the ''Miami Steam Laundry, spent
the direction of Its owners, Mr. and Monday\ In the city on business. 'Mr. "Chicago & Florida Limited"Only lllock City, Suburban and Country

!dire H. L. Morningstar, of Celina, Aultman has decided to establish an
Solid Pullman Train to the; West, West Palm Beach,' Florida property for Sale,' and Rent
Ohio, Is now nearing completion.I agency in West Palm Beach during with Observation, Library and Dining ,
and is1 an ornament to that part of the summer months, which will provea Car '
I .. West Palm Beach Florida
the city. Mr. and (Mrs. Morningstar great convenience to our citizens. Lento St..AniniBthio 8-20: a m.dully ( ,

..... plan to remain In West Palm Beach The regular game of baseball will Aro'in'hlenl Luua Jiiuksun?*'lllo- -- -- -- fl'lop.0::HO n.m,*next daily day a.
until ,May let, when they will leave be played tomorrow afternoon on the I Arrives St.Louis - 2:10 p.in.next dad
I For Sale
for their summer home. East Side diamond between two local -
Through Sleepers! also operated on
W. A. Filer, of Lemon City, chair- teams. The game will be called C. L. Bug: p, m. Train, Jacksonville A'I
man of the Dade County Democratic promptly at three o'clock, and the'I St. Louis and Chicago.For ,

Executive Committee has been spend- players cordially invite every one to
.
information to all North
alto rate pcint
ing several days' In the city, look- witness the contest I and WtmtHchcnulc d full infoi'uialioo call a Sherman's Point
on tiny Ticket Agitator adilreasOEO. West Palm BeachTown
ing .after political matters and sh'akIng Mr, F. W. Hahn, of Miami, one ot I K.: HUHIU.XO.Flu. !: onXake Worth
y hands with his numerous friends the candidates! for Clerk qf the Cir- Pass. Anent, V, and N. It. It., ,
In this section of the ccAinty. cuit Court, Is spending today in SOO 1 W.atF&\8t..JackHonvllln.Florida
I Near Best Fishing
have been Issued the West Palm Beach in the interest of Lots.
Invitations by --- ---- ------
,entertainment committee of the Utopia I his candidacy. air.: Hahn has not .

Club for a card party which la yet completely recovered from his Twenty-eight acres! of Land suitabt -

to be given In the club room on the lameness, but has so far recoveredas
& for Pineapples, Fruits and Vegetables Choice Residence Lots
lake front this evening at 8:00: o'clock.A to be able to commence an act-

pleasant evening Is looked forward ive canvass of the; county, and he ; 300' Fruit Trees-Grapefruit,

to. by Utopians and their lady says that he expects to meet almost .. .
Oranges, Bananas, Ouavt@ -iu full
friends. every voter in Dade between this from $2OOt up

Halcyon] Hall, Mlaml's new {fourldt and the date of the primary, May bloom .One thousand, feet of Luke ,

hotel closed for the season Monday i i 15th. Mr. Hahn. is a life-long Dem- Front. Thirty-fiveltlrlle; Cojoanut one-third cash, balance 'by semi-annual
evening. During the months ocrat, a gentleman of pleasing ad-
Manager Graham will summer make many dress, and' is rapidly extending his mi Trees Shell Mound. Benutifnl installments, on reasonable.... time, accord-

improvements In the building. and 'already large circle of friends ; View. ing to price of lot. _
.
will completely finish the hostelry, throughout the' county. If elected LL : :Fop plats and full information apply (to: r

: which Is one of the .1Iuo t on the Mr. Hahn will make an efficient of- "

fast Coast. ficer and the county records will be CUpID IS ft: At WALLACE K. ,MOSES,
well
taken care of. a BargainBOX
"
,Mr. and Mrs J. D. Cobb, who have Agent Florida East C08at-Rai!way, ,Land pepar nont" .
since last fall been occupying their .
NOTICE.All West Palm. Beach Florida.
jDAPPER DRIVER ,
I I winter cottage at the corner of
members and their families '
t
Evernla street and Railroad avenue, I 155,.West Palm Beach, Fla. "
leave today for their summer home of Lake Worth Lodge, No 43, I. O. And handles the reins in smart f fallb-: ""
"" '. O. F., are cordially' Invited to attend I ion. elt'H: his -lijlit I to board] our
at Revere !Iaslf. to
They expect
M" ,
the anniversary'entertainment to be liv r.y wagon along Nvvv Venr'"
return to West Palm Beach about
r given In their hall on Thursday even- time to i lirttrilnt our '
1, the first of October. FAYS"HOLE
ing, April 2Cth,. *t 7:30 o'clock. AUGUST; STOCKERFirstClass'
t The :Miami\ Metropolis Is in error WM. HEM Choicest ,on Earth Groceries

In stating that Mr. T. J. Campbell ,to theme who buy them. Experienced

has disposed of all his West Palm |20 REWARD.For Leave an order and we will\ have "
Beach Interests and will hereafter him rein up at your door in an hourto Custom Shoemaker '
make Iris home in Miami. 'Mr. Campbell evidence that will lead to the deliver your purchase: :PG- .A' TyiieSliolex -
i has simply sold his blacksmith arrest and conviction of the young 1'. S:\.-I'rices ore hade, lower. --
white mane who shot
P shop property; and his stay in Miami a pelican in FABER BROS. FheBMtuijSteiailetoOite'Wear
ql: is only temporary.: the pond south of my trail oil the

The many friends here and throughout afternoon of the 17th inst. .... Market and Grocervman Rubber Soles and Rubber

? the county will be pleased to ;FREDERICK ROBERT!: WFST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Heels for Comfort WriH

i learn that Mr. Morris R. Johns, who Great rush for those Dollar Sterling :
# Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish and ShoeLaces
was adjudged Insane the early part Silver Spoons at Idner'a. :
j of last December, and sent to the t l for Gentlemen's, adies and "

State Asylum at Chattahoochee, hawentirely'regained ,, Children's Shoes always on hand. : the Marne!
ti A YOUNG MOTHER AT 70. Acknowledged to' be The- Best Machine on
his mind, been discharged
-
Clematis Ave. West Palm 'Beach
"My mother has suddeply been made *,
y from that institution and returned young at 70. Twenty years of intense Lightest Shift, Lightest Running 'The Chaniplon Speed Writers of Uw
to his home at Stuart. i use it. More Fay-Sholes used In' Ptnsacola thanflan} other single!!' ntke
! suffering from dyspepsia had entirely

Last evening was gentlemen's disabled her, until six months ago, FOWLER BROS.
& KING .
e.e it Before Buying.R.
: evening with the Owls Whist Club, when she began taking Electric Bit-

_____- ; ters, which have completely cured her
entertained MACHINE SHOP C. DAVIS/StAte (tARent.
.
and restored the strength and activity ,
,}Ir. and Mrs John B. Beach, onx the she had in the Agent,
prime of life, writes GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL OHAS. B. KENDALL Local
-< I, lake front The Easter scheme was ,Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick, of Danforth, Me, KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK At the Tropical: Sun, WEST PALM BJUCIJ' ,F
perfectlyCarried out, the favors being Greatest restorative medicine onthe

::Ir' Easter llllles, while the players'_ globe, Sets Stomach, Liver and Kid I GAS NGINE SUPPLIESFOR YOROet IR00 to ioito tOKO to WIt 0 io ioirM" toi10110ie0i10cInt10lo.u""'
tickets were beautifully handpaintedand neys right, purines the blood, and 0
quite unique. Five tables of cures ,Malaria, Biliousness/ and Weak- We're Waiting for Youto SALE Ito

y duplicate were played In a spirited nesses. Wonderful Nerve Tonlci Price Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front 0r 'G. G. Strohm Companyo
1 manner, after which delicious refreshments 50c. Guaranteed by all drug stores. come In and have a talk with us about Y
were served. banking. Not that we want you to WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
e i learn the business, but because we want
Tomatoes have commenced moving I DON'T PUT OFF to do business with you. We're prospering I FHMILY GReERlES
?y to the northern markets in great ,for tomorrow what you can do today. and with increased facilities for
M quantities, and prices are ruling quite I If you put off buying a bottle of Bal- cuing for business want you to Try o ItIi

f satisfactorily. .Five cars of fruit left 'lard's Snow Liniment, when that, pain Prosper With Us. Fancy Food Products

I Fort Lauderdale last Friday evening, I comes you won't have any, buy a

+ 4 and the packing houses at Boynton I bottle today A positive cure for Banking,"with but us doesn't mean "ltdorichquick Th,. Tropical 1 Sun It .

Delray and ,Deerfteld are now open ,Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, growth of ...ea1thAnythlugli a steady healthful Y Grain' and Provisions.
and running In full blast Some of :Contracted Muscles, etc., T.,S. Graham, t, '
the banking line be o
.. i3 the largest shippers of pineapples in Prairie Grove, Ark., writes: safely, done can It .
through us. Will be pleasedto
'pl the vicinity of West ;palm Beach will "1 wish to thank ;you for the' good aee yon.DADS if you :want 0 JEFFERSON BLOCK

commence shipping their fruit the results I received from Snow Lini It

9 latter part of the present month, but ment. It positively cured me of Rheumatism COUNTY STATE BANKWest West Palm Beach, ,lorlda
the rush wilt not commence before after others had failed. For Best of o -
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the middle of (May, sale by A. G. Riegel. Palm Beach, Florida. nNoiloiaoNo9oNoNoAOUoSsoelo7soN Noyotsosloklossolso>tokCgeNeNn ,


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