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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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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telegram from the mayor of San

I. lug advantage of every moment of Francisco! ,yesterday.. to the Dade {r is

and Medals the term. The thoughtlessness of County! I"( tate Bank i Instructed' that West Palm Beach, Florida, pended there is a corresponding value ''
Oratory Elocution. Rome parents in taking their childrenout
,: the ''West palm Beach subscriptionto April 33, 1900. returned In such Improvements as
of school a few weeks every t
I 'Were winter in oidet\ that a few paltry that city be forwarded by New Editor The Tropical Sun, may from time to time be required, ,

\Awarded Last, .Night dollars might be earned and hoarded York exchange, and the bank Is today West Palm Beach, Fla. always keeping In view that fact R ''y

) .it ',,<" --...- ;; was classed by Mr. Brannlng as being tending, the amount, as, instructed, r,. Dear'' Sir:-In coming before the I that a clean, honest administration I u Bl t! ,HI '

,- a crime against civilization. He 'The tubscilptlona. forwarded today( voters of Dade county as a candidatefor of public affairs!: and which leads to k'

End of the Most. 'S ccesstul"i5c6ool' f Term In the History( ofPalm" "'\\V st said he would not be contented until totaled $708.50, and this fundrepre- the office of county commissionerfor a low rate of taxation,, is the very
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.. West Palm Beach had a public school
tL \ '; t sents a subscription 'from a large
Beach. "Geo.! G' 'Currie"Medal that in Florida oould the second district I think it fair best Inducement for homeseekera, to
.. Excited Lively r' system no city number of Individuals of the city.
InW'eslj, i:Among'Pupils'i ( '",..I"I j 10 ,i1.4\ :' equal. His remarks were received Proportioning the amount with the and Just to correct an erroneous Im- help us to settle up and develop '!,

(I.. .i ,? .\ ? with loud and continued applause population of Weslj Palm Beach> it pression that I am informed by some Dade county. (My friends in this district -

.' MEDALS PRESENTEDThe Would 'mean' that 'everyman, woman of my friends id -being talked over have been endeavoring to point '

Standing room .was in demand\ In ply charming I ,' : ,It, Judges then presented their decisions and child In the Cottage City had throughout the county, namely: ThatI out to me the necessity of my going
) to the principal, and ex-Mayor given a per capita of fifty cents or
Zapf's Opera House :Monday night at Jack Willson made a fine, wolf .In Qeo. G C rrle. with appropriate: thereabouts. "r I I am a partisan candidate, which impression out among the voters and introducing h

7:45: .o'clockwhenth -ourtaln"roseon both.. .costume, and.acting,. and Carl.. marks to each successful contestant, In addition to the above amount, I emphatically deny: I myself to them, that they may Judgeof

made the award to the winners as tate that I am absolutely non-partl/1 my merits, and I will say that
the first number of the elaborate Garrett!! waaf Anthony, whose singing. ', it is learned' that $400 has already ,

program prepared'by,Mr' .Lyman and' was fine. follows: been forwarded by four individualsof san, and as< I think is- well known, i nothing would give me greater pleasure ..

,Miss .Miller: Instructors'"of the 'fourth, The l bridal dance was specially 'effective made Miss the Suslebelle greatest Darling, in having''' this 'tlty;\'''which' taken altogether have never taken any part in any than to come personally In con- '
progress penmanship makes liberal offering from
fifth, sixth and 'seventh l > grades of the Lacy Metcalf made a gallant... during the term, was' given West Palm a very Beach.' political campaign, and my candidacy tact with every citizen:! of Dade coun t '

city 'Sch Ol8'. Thei pupils,' 'of these groom; and Ernestine', Lett was .a the beautiful fountain Pen offered by Would like to her from Miami's In this instance was brought about ty. I can not, however, promise to do y5
of conservative citizens ao, as other matters: claim fcay attention -
Mr. H S, Miller. by a number
grades !exhibited/ a wonderful amountof I charming, bride! :The attendants Included charitably Inclined.
at this time. But I will be
For having read the best essay In and business men of this district, to
talent and reflected a great deal the village men and women, pleased to answer letters ad- '
the Junior class Edward McKenna any .
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of credit upon thelr;}instructors",, together, with I Misses I ;Mar Ion. <;Llddy, was awarded a beautifully bound Dr. Armstrong Coming: whom I distinctly stated when I consented dressed to me at West Palm Beach, r e ,

Ye'teritaY1'' morningfi1The TropicalSun Stella. Herndon,,''-'Mildred?' \ .. Hillj,I Edith book, '"Tajes\ b r Uncle Remus," given Dr. E. H. Armstrong of Jacksonville to let them offer my name Fla., on any question at Issue. In i

learned from the t ache-rs that Merrill, Eva Baker, Sallle Crenshaw ,by a friend Is making his next professionalvisit for office, that If elected it must be conclusion I will say to every voter ,
Miss Blanche DeVault down the East Coast and will be by the vote of conservative votersof in Dade county, investigate carefullythe :{ f
was preiseated Ii
moment of time consumed In and the woodsmen. i
every I with a copy of "Emerson's In Fort Pierce on May 11th and 12th; Dade county, and not by any qualifications of every candidate w

the preparation of the program" and Mlsa Dora Doster was Riding i Essays" for having read the beet essay I Sebastian, May 10th; Jupiter, May 'particular faction, and that I would for every office, and vote for the men + ')) ,

rehearsfog for its'renditions-was, after Hood's t mother and\ Freda Huff the I '"'among the members of the sen- 14th; West 'Palm Beach May ICth; akw no'part.or-enter'into any combine that you consider qualified and willing t '

school hours and the giving" of the grandmother ior class. Delray, May 16th, and Fort Lauder- for the purpose of being elected. to give you a fair and impartial t'

entertainment which pleased such a The wolf, after devouring both Little Alias Lilah Pyles scored the dale, May 17th and 18th. The doctor, And I wish to state positively for the administration always bearing in i
who is well and favorably known benefit of the voters of the county, mind the principle of the greatest
large audience Monday evening' in no Red :Riding Hood i I and the grandmother hit of the evening In Junior elocu-
way detracted from :the studies of was klled by the woodsmen tion and proudly carried from the laity of all eye troubles, chronic and that if I am elected I shall assume good to the greatest number. This
nervous disorders, handling same office absolutely unhampered by any advice I offer from the standpointof t
the pupils. They request that their and his hide and face were proudly stage the beautiful gold medal offered
exhibited. Currie. without drugs or operations. Writeto obligation or promise to any faction a taxpayer, and shall follow myself -
by ex-AIayor
thanks .extended toall of the pu-
pils who. ,took part. in the exercisesfor The farewell song' with all presentwas The first medal in senior oratory, home office for booklet entitled"A or individual whatsoever. That I in the coming election. I came 'tit;

'the hearty co-operation given. very suggestive, "Flattery is .a a handsome gold trinket offered by Stuty of Nature and Mankind." shall use my best endeavor add jUdg- to Florida twenty-seven years ago k

The first number the programwas Lie-From It Always Fly." ex-Mayor Curries went to Mr. Edwin A post card will bring it. ment from a business standpoint In and have seen many changes In that

the, ,singing of on.'Tomm e."' a The main part'of the play was sing- Parrish, whose preparation and delivery every transaction that may arise in time. ,My home has been on Lake
ing which was rendered in an excel- of "The Confederate Veteran"was .MADE: HAPPY FOR LIFE connection with this office. (My only Worth since 1897, and many changes
catchy by little Miss Eva
song Great happlnss came into the home object in consenting to enter as a have taken place in Dade county
BurkhardC, a daughter of ,iMr. and lent manner. a masterpiece. iMr. Parrish secured -
Misses Elsie Broadwell and Lulu the first medal in oratory a of S. C, Blair school superintendent, andMate at all is that I consider it snlce I first came here, but I predict 4
Mrs. Ernest The house "
Burkhardt. at St. Albans, W. Va., ,when his little Is' the of citizen to that the ten '
fairly shook with applause and the Rose presided at the piano, and to year ago, having been the successful! '' duty every give next years will see ;I
daughter' was restored from the of his time and service to the extentof greater strides In the advancement '
of the program his
charming little them much of the success contestant among a number of
lady gave an encore is due. class. dreadful complaint he names. He his ability when called upon to of Florida, than the past twenty-

equally as catchy. NIGHT says: "My: little daughter had St. do so, and to assist In the advance- seven years. With the opening of '
CONTESTS LAST The second medal in senior oratory,
"Cinderella In Flowerland, ,a pret- Vitus' Dance, which yielded to no ment of the general good. And I the Panama Canal, and with one ,
ty cantata Mrs. classes The Opera House was filled to a gold badge similar to the first
by Lyman'a ,
; treatment but steadily worse
grew
think that every taxpayer. in Dade I railroad passing through this section
was then.' : the cast overflowing again last night, when which was also presented by Mr. Cur- |
following
put on,,. tried Electric
until as alast resort we county will agree with me when I Dade county will keep well In the .
having"fllIed'" the contents for the Currie medals rle, was won by Mr. Edward Owens, : '
to perfection: I It.he Bitters; and I rejoice to say, say that on the sound business policy lead with the general progressive ad- i ,' '
Leo ''Williamson, as Prince Sunshine and other 'prizes took place between whose work as an orator as well as three bottles effected a complete and good Judgment of the men vancement of Florida. Let Dade

and Cella Grant..aa. Cinderella, the pupife;,of the I higher grades. : subject matter, was exceptionally ) cure." Quick, sure' cure for nervous elected to this office will depend In county therefore take the lead 'for "i W 4 j jg
took the leading parts t' 7:45 Principal A. H. Stephens good and received with applause ( r61 t
complaints, general debility female the advance-
!' a great measure rapid a strong .sound, economical progressive -
I the opening of the exercises \Miss Miriam Stowera was the happy 1
Lizzie announced
Sadler and Lillian Rose Two
weaknesses. Impoverished blood and ment and prosperity of Dade county. public administration In
Proud first number of which wasa winner of the gold medal offered
Sisters the t malaria. Guaranteed by all drug By careful, honest and impartial discharge every department, standing foremost c

Myrtle Dick, Ruth Knowlton. Auro song by the school' choir. The fol- Continued on pmg. rlr. I I Price BOc. of the duties of thla office, always for good government, good'
Crow, Ethel (Martin' Helen Flemingand lowing program was then carriedout and by seeing to it that for every schools and good roads

Olive Schultz,\am Blossoms. : ? dollar of the taxpayers' money ex- WILLIAM HEIM

Ruth Redlfer, Fairy. _Godmother 'Recitation. .......,. ..,;... Ruth Cdok .
Norman She, an the J Prince'; Attendant Recitation ........... Freda Hough Florida Sun'sRays -- -- ---- M

Original Composition, ..... '

Charles Fleming, Edward McKen- ...,., ... Edward McKenna On R. Hudson Burr 46 New Voters Judge Worley

na, Alvin Crow,, Jack Gross and Ray Recitation, .'.'.!, ... Cecella Grant In This Precinct '
bond Baker; .as Sunbeams. Recitation ............, Lylah Pylea Speaks Tonight

Eugene Zapf Hay Strahan.,.Wtrren Song.; ....., ....... ..... School Choir p
Turpen Willie Weybrecht; Donald Oration ............. Roscoe Anthony The. last issue of Claude L'Engle's per mile for passengers carried in The registration books of Dade The first political speaking of the 1 ,

Lalnh&rt and Curtis. Chllllngworth Essay, .,..f. Mlsa..Suslabelle! Darling Florida Sun give the Hon. R. Hud-. Florida, in spite of the orders of the county, closed .Monda*, and the official campaign In West Palm Beach will

as Raindrops. Oration ......!..13..: Edwin Parrlsh son Burr the most severe roastingof Commission and the other lines could poll lists for the primary electionto take .place, In the bandstand In the

Stetson Sprout; aa' Bonnie Bee,, Essay .I.: .;.... ... Miss' Julia Dostor the present campaign, and cites have revisited the three-cent rate Just be held on May 15th will now be city park tonight at 8:00: o'clock,
I ......... Edward Owens w
Fanny Pyles and .Alberta Majewskl, Oration .. .
instances to ahoy that his work asa a* effectually as the L. ft N. has done, made up. when Geo .A. Worley candidate for
.. .. ... School Choir ,
Butterflies, as Attendants of Cinderella Song ..... ; "
Recitation, ..... Miss Lenore Schultz member of the railroad commis- if the inclination of their managers In some of the precincts of Dade the legislature will tell the voters )

The ringing of the little folks was Essay. ,.,......v ,'Miss Berthe Elliott sion has been greatly,overrated. The bad prompted tham to do so. county there has been a large numberof of this district why he wants to go '
has done nothing since registrations. In West Palm
Burr new
'Walker Mr.
especially fine and caused an endless' Recitation ... ... Ills, Reine Sun says: to Tallahassee and why the dear people d
lie has been on the Commission but Beach precinct there have been 48 ,
DeVault ,
round of applause. Essay, ..... ... iMiss Blanche : '
should elect Bailey
The people cause It to waste its time In consider- new, names added to the list, and should send him there.
Slower
GRADES SIX AND :SEVEN Recitation, ,... MIlls! Miriam I
the program was Mr. Burr Is entirely too small a ing trifling matters, such as claims Deputy Registration Officer Sheen Posters have been circulated on the
Miss Miller' classes captured the Each number on
audience In the well rendered little excellent and showed'' a wonderful man to occupy a position as Impor- for lost trunks, etc., which he Insisted told The Tropical Sun ;yesterday that street announcing the date, and the

operetta, "Little Red Riding Hood." amount of talent among the pupils tant as that of Railroad Commissioner on taking up, and with which the the poll list here would probably bills further state that other candidates ,
execellent work of Commission has nothing to, do, and how 225 names all told. There may will be present and speak on
and each member of the cast seemed and evidenced the
able of He is narrow-minded he ia not well would not accomplish much for all be more names than this number on the issues of the campaign. Just who
)to'b determined that he or she would the, principal and .hia .. corps.
n ak the ,"hit""'of_ the evening.: assistants. Informed, and he la prejudiced against the people if It got them all settledto the book?. but It la not likely that the: others mentioned are Is not t

The, village women were. Misses :Mr. Geo. L; Brannlng, .a member, of everything that his lack of mental ault the Ideas of the claimants. there will be more votes cast as several known here, all the local politicians

Ruth .OtwelI'and'Erma Wflliamsandthe ;' the board' '6f trustee, "delivered a broadness.and his want of knowl- Lacking broadness of mind he qualified voters will not be In seeming to want to steer clear of

which. was well timed edge places beyond his understanding.; I lack' Inlatlve, and his want of Information the city on election day. having anything to do with the distribution -
village III_..' Peter and Patrick. brief address
'He used for"-(his 'Mr Burr did take up the three-cent unfit him to carry out a.uggestlon i of the bills.
Were represented-by'Olln Liddy'land and to the point.
Robert: Strahan.- -''All '....ere. ''much subject1\ "The Prospect for Our NeW'SehoolJ3uIld1nC.jand passenger fare proposition, and by given him by others', so Furnished house for rent cheap for Perhaps Mr. Worley will tell in! his
frightened W pointed out his election on that platform proratedthe that the' courts will 'not Intervene to four month Two squares from speech tonight If''asked, who looked ,
by the robber disguised asa
the ''glorlon futurq railroads to make'' the rate. prevent its application. portofflce. Good location. Address P. after the printing of his bills and had
wolfe;and were warned by the to..Derler to the audience
atloD in the Cottage City. A But this great victory la robbed of James Owens of,ed !
Then 'tollo..edClarence. '!'pierce;, who great wave of echool"I 'prosperity wouldsurely IU laurel by the fact that all but one to the Important position he nowfalls
of the railroads were ready for the to fill properly. HEADQUARTERS CRATE MATERIAL.
:WM the wake of the !om-
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with. splendid' M Lord, High. Sheriff, ,follow't the! ( building which rate 'aa a matter of buslnes. policy There are smaller positions In the For all kind of building material. The,East Coast Lumber and SupplyCompany
hi new
of
'woodsmen.. Charles Orober, pletlod '
this summer. He and expediency, This 1 I.' shown by gift of the people to 'which Mr. Bun' Best material and prompt service ,Is la prepared ,to furnish. all ,
'Albert erected ;
,
Fremd Carl Sir kin and' Walter were ,to be of parents t sending the well-known fact that the L. it can be called If the people wish. to lour motto. East !(Coast Lumber and kinds of crate material, wrap, eta.
OhUUn 'ortIL the (Importance, '
'Red Riding Hood urged l
takA N. R. R. la'still charging four cents gratify his ambition to serve them. Supply Company. Iw at short notice. ,>v
,eras.,. !Mis-..,*' Hutb.. Cook_ ., h.who' wy, aimI" -,,, 'their children. ,Jo jKhool.and.: 4
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TWO TilE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1906
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{' FOR COMMISSIONERDistrict 'Ing of Dade county shall receive my
THE TROPICAL SUN k
No 3 THE earnest consideration
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Pioneer Pays el Dati. County FlarltU. To tbe Democratic Voters of Dade Respectfully,

County: J, I W. WATSON. 20 per Cent REDUCTIONAnnual

PtblUbid Every Wednesday add Saturday I take this method of announcing SIRKINCOMPANY

r' 'T WlaT PALM AOM.DADA OOUMTr.FLOKIOO tny candidacy for the office of county FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT

p commissioner from District( No. 3, COURT.To Stock-taking Sale

SUBSCRIPTION! : PRICE '>>.00 PER TEAR. subject to the action of the Demo- the Democratic voters of Dade

cratlo primary. On account of being County: r

Tropical Sun Pbulishing( Comp'yCRAS. engaged in vegetable. growing It will I hereby present my name to tho the next 30 will
be Impossible for me to make a per- SHOES voters In the coming Democratic For days we give 20

lti B. KENDALL. Hauteur.Dttrd sonal canvass of the county, my crop Primary as candidate for Clerk of the per Cent Off on our entire stock of Hard-

demanding my attention Just at this Court for Dade County Stoves Sash and Doors Faints
ware Harness
have advanced from -
S at lh. Poctoffic of Wmt Palm Beach time. This being the case I earnestlyurge Having resided here for twenty-five

Y'' ..ccond-cla**matter. \ all my friends to do what they 80 TO 60 PER CENT years, I Invite Inquiry and Investigation Agricultural Implements, Crockery, .

can in my behalf. R. I.. Wall. Still we are ready to show you the of those who do ;not know Kitchen Furniture, etc. The chance of

KEY WEST EXTENSION.The very newest! styles of Spring:! me personally as to my reputation asa your life-.don't miss it.
> FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER' and Hummer citizen, my record aa an "official In

country hat contributed Second District I years past, and my fitness and com-

many great works of engineeringto Friends of William Helm, announcehis SHOES and OXFORDSat petency for the office to which I aspire 20 per Cent OE'on All Cash PurchasesRailroad

command the admiration of theIr cadldacy for county commissioner If elected, I promise fair and court-

world particularly In recent yeara from the Second district, subject to the name old prices. eous treatment to every citizen at the fare refunded to out-of-town customers buying goodsto

Many of these feats are connected the action of the Democratic primaries. hands of every person connected with amount of 20.00 or upwards.HatchottDaCarnara.

with the traffic of the great rail. the office.
Mr. Helm Is a successful businessman W. L. Douglas Soliciting the support of every voter

t road systems of the country. Not enthusiastic for good roads a who considers me competent and cap- Hardware Co.

w the least of these engineering equipped to fill the offlce. Monarch Pats able. I am*' respectfully, ,

achievements is the railroad that EUGENE: H. DIMICK,
Wholesale Retailers of HardwareWest
is being built to Key West, Fla., to FOR !MEMBER COUNTY Queen duality West Palm Beach, Fla.
Palm Beach Florida
BOARD OF EDUCATION) ,
connect that remote but important ,

port, the most southernly point In To the People of Dade County: at just what they are marked. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.To .

Urgent request for use of my nameat the Democratlo Voters of Dade ---
the United States with the mainland -
Prices $3.50 to $5.00 County:
the coming Democratic Primaryas
and it to direct and
open I hereby announce myself as a can-
a candidate for membership in the
rapid communication with all the didate for the office of County Commissioner I
county board of public Instruction
country, the lack of which has so from the second district
not well equipped either as
far a serious obstacle to finds me subject to the action of the Democratlo BUUI IEAUDT'S Wmt Palm Beach pr.l8, 1006
proven partisan or as office-seeker. But It is Clothingat
primary, and promise, It elected perform -
fit the which its importance
? development true that I have had some experience
t the duties of the office to the
as a port would aplearI as an educator;; and If. as such the' closing out prices. IF YOU WANTREALLY
I best of my ability. OEO. B. BAKER.
to warrant. people want my service In the modestbut
I West Palm Beach; Fla.
( This railrod extension will have' important office indicated, I knowof NICE; ''Pure CatsupUse --
sufficient reason for refusing
to traverse a distance of sixty no Heinz' 10-ounce Bottle, 15 Cents ]
this service. I do not feel the lure Top Shirts FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,.
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miles of water dotted with [inumer. and I not contend for OFIFTH DISTRICT.Mr NICE Pure Vine
S I of office, can REALLY Apple ar--
}I abl small islands and keys. The' offlce but I stand ready to respond' / Kirk\Munroe, of Cocoanut Grove,
j ; 2 for $1.25
We Have It, Heinz', 10 Cents a Quart <
> line will therefore be practically a to any reasonable request to serve. having been unanimously nominatedfor

continuous trestle or bridge. The The rest Is up to you. County Commissioner by a mass 'REALLY NICE Egg Macaronl-- ,

',: bridging of wide expanse of water :Miami. Fla. W. W. Farls. The Sirkin meeting of citizens,, we hereby an- We Have It, 15 Cents a Package \
nl Comp'yJefferson nounce his candidacy ,subject to the
is no new thing; the bridge across FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.' action of the Democratic primary. \Mr. In fact, we have so many nice thing we cannot mention all. To lam up: |

Salt Lake in Utah being a case in The friends of J. R. Anthony Sr., Block Munroe haa been a resident.of Dade PLEASE REMEMBER: Tbat If there Is anything that Is nice we I

point, but none of these long treaties hereby present his name as a candidate West Palm Beach. Florida I county for more than twenty years, have It. .

''i can compare with that now for Member of the County Boardof I during which time he has shown an

building out from the mainland of Public Instruction from the second unflagging zeal In the 'cause of Good

Florida to Key West. In order to I, District of Dade County, subject to' Roads, and has steadfastly promoted L. W. BURKHARDT. FINEST GROCERIES

the action of the Democratic primary. .. every worthy Interest'of our great
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withstand the heavy seas that "iL. county. Therefore we ask for him the N. B. Oct our new price on Hay. Grain and Feed.

5- are liable to beat against it, the LOW ROUND TRIP RATES. I POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS I hearty support of all good citizens at Wit will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.

1 bridgework will have to be uncommonly VIA L. & N. R R. J the coming primary e 0.000/

strong and to be free The Louisville A Nashville Railroadwill (Signed) W. J. SHONE,

# from lobe battering of the waves sell round trip tickets from Jacksonville .N..NNN..HNN.NFOR B. S. POTTER,

in the hurricane season the road.. to points shown on dates Indicated COUNTY CLERK. GEO.; RICHARDSON. '

bed of the will be ; proportionately low rates With full appreciation of the Committee.
bridge thirty: Broad well ,& Moore
from other points: high honors asked for and promising
feet above the ordinary level of! FOR TREASURER.To .
Francisco faithful of duties If
75.50 to Los Angeles and San performance
the the voters of Dade Registered Pharmacists
sea. and return, account, meeting Im- elected. I have the honor to announce County:

There is no obstacle too greatto perial Council Mystic Shrine. Tickets myself a candidate for the offlce of I hereby announce myself as a can- Agents Biltmore Cream and Oliver's Candies
didate renomination the office
for to
overcome when backed by unlimited sold April 24th to May 4th, Inclusive Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
of Treasurer to the Out-of-town orders are given attention.
County subject prompt
resources in money and with final return limit, July 31st. Tick- County, and ask for your vote In the (
action of the Democratic Primary elec-
material. The West railroad ets good going via one route and returning primary of May 15th. J. F. JAUDON. strongest
Key Manufacturers of effective
another. Liberal stop-overs tion, to be held May 15, 1906. must
will have to be uncommonly C. H. RAULERSON.
allowed. FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I HORSE: FLY REMEDY
i staunch work if it Is to successfully Miami. Fla.
$77.60 to Los Angeles and San Fran- hereby announce myself as a can- the SPECIAL GALLON
on market. PRICE PER
.S withstand the stress that it will cisco and return account Convention
for re-nomination to the office
didate
_____________ FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.To '
have to endure but aa the Flagler National Educational Association. of Tax Collector of Dade County subject the Democratic voters of Dade Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
interests are behind the enterprise Tickets sold June 24th to July 6th, in- to the action of the Democratic
County
j there is no doubt at all of its successful clusiv, with final return limit Sept- primaries. T. N. GAUTIER. I hereby announce myself as. a can-
ember 15th. Tickets good going one
Miami, Fla.
v' completion, and in fact i iis it route; returning another. Liberal didate for the office of County Commissioner .

already partially built. from the second' district of
top-overs alowed. FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To Dade County, subject to the will of
A railroad to Key West will
Fpr rates from other points, maps
of
Dade
the Democratic Voters
the Democratlo voters aa. expressed at
greatly shorten the distance to schedules and full information,call on S?
t County: I the coming primaries
Havana as there will be left only or write, I hereby announce my candidacy for -' PAUL C. JONES.

ninety mils of sea journey across GEO. E. HERRING, the position of tax: collector of Dade West Palm Beach, Fla.
Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. R., to the action of the
the Florida Straits. Aside from County, subject S
118 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
to be held May
Democratlo primaries
Its importance to the Cuban trade FOR COUNTY CLERK.

Key West will also become an 15th. My past official record Is well To the Democrats of Dade County: ANTHONY EXTENDSA
t Poll Tax Qualifications, known to the voters and I believe I take this method of announcing

important port of call for shipping Any male person who became 21 should I be elected they wUl not be my candidacy for the office of County

going to Panama Canal or coming years of age before January 1st disappointed In the quality of tho service Clerk, subject' to the action of the

'' into the Gulf of Mexico. The }190-1, will have to pay one poll for performed by me. T. J. HARDEE. Democratic primary: and will appreciate CORDIAL INVITATIONto

place has an excellent harbor and each of the years 1904 and 1905. any support that my friends can

would enjoy a considerable trade Any male person who became 21 FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.To give me.. Respectfully, 5 All Our

but for the lack of railroad comma years of age after Januar let, 1904 the Democratic voters of Dade Z. T. MERRITT
and before January let, 1905, County: '
nioat ion with the interior-New 5 "Out-of-town Friends" to
will have to pay one poll for the year I take this method of announcing FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ,

Orleans Picayune. 1905. myself as a candidate for the office of COURT. I

Any male person who came to the County Clerk of Dade County: subject .' Believing that my service for the Make Our Store ,''HEADQUARTERS

How many. of the "plain people" State of Florida before January 1st, to the action of the Democratic primary pastedve years as Chief Denuty In the ,

1 of Florida who voted for,Governor 1904, will have 'to pay one poll for F. W. HABN. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, S '

Broward (whether because of each of the years 1904 and 1905. _t I S, qualifies me for the position, I herewith SS Our Line of SHOES, CLOTHES, HATS and FURNISHINGS /

Ins drainage other- Any male person who, came to the I respectfully announce my candidacy
promises or
i ; FOR'COUNTY TREASURER.To S Is More Complete Than Ever
State of Florida after January 1st; for Clerk of the Circuit Court,
S wise) imagined that in order to the voters of Dade County: I
1906, will have to pay a poll for'he subject-: to' the,approval of the Demo- S
been Identified with Dado
enable him to discharge such Having !
4 1905. cratic Primary. S. O. FITTS.
year i
I County since 1895; having done tne
Florida I
promises a Legislature Any male person who became 65 5
very best I knew how as an Individual I Bros.
would confer upon his drainage before January 1st, 1904, is exempt citizen, to make It a prosperous FOR ASSESSOR.To Anthony

A: board the more than autocratic from poll taxation. county; having lived at both ends of the Democratic Voters of Dade ..

of local and unequal taxation Any male person who became 65 County: '
power the county, and having filled a public Incorporated
years of age before January 1st, 1904. I will be a candidate for renomination -
or that such board could be offlce (so that the people may know '
and before January let, 1905, will for the office of Tax Assessor at I r
Induced to use such to whether I do so conscientiously) 1
power have to pay one poll for the year 1904. the coming Democratic primary election Take advantage of the Merchants' offer and come to'West Palm Beach
offer candidate for
now myself as a .
h oppress tbe helpless poor of a Any male person who has lost a and respectfully solicit your sup I ," .. .V t ,;? .*;
the office of Treasurer
County subject
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ectiou of the State, aa it has limb In battle is exempt from all poll port. Respectfully, "<.( 4.
1 to the Democratic primary. I need I .
do taxation. GEO. O. BUTL R.
temped to ?
every ,vote that I can get and trust
'f Any male 21 ,
person becoming
that my friends, whether In the city
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
ti Lakeland years ol age after January let, 1905. I ,
A girl who hal been or country will not fprget me on the
Is I thereby announce myself as a can-
from
exempt poll taxatlno.
married about a year and ,gone day of the primary" in return for didate for the office of County Commissioner -

way'to live writes back to her which I promise If elected to per from the First District' of .
The Tropical Sun l. sale
always on ==
mother, -if I had it to go over I at Idner Son's. form the duties of the office with aa Dade County, Florida, subject to the

a would'nt let yo do so much work." much ,courtesy accuracy and promptness decision of the coming Democratic
STOP GRUMBLINGif .as I give to my private business.
! If all girls were to think about it primaries
GEO. o. CUURIE.
you suffer from Rheumatism or CHAS. W McPHERSON.
'yy they ,would not let mother do so I pains for Ballard'a Snow Linimentwill West Palm Beach, Fla. Stuart, Florida fliB.iIEN.,

much work or father pay so many : bring quick relief. It Is a sure

, bills.- Tampa Times. cure for Sprains Rheumatism Con- FOR REPRESENTATIVE. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. ''
tracted muscles and all pains-and To the Citizen of Dade County A. Lee Allen, candidate for County R AL 'ESTATE; AGENCY'

i The skyscraper" will hereafter be within the reach of all. Price 25c I hereby announce my candidacy Comrql loner for the Fourth, District, '

x regarded In San Francisco with 50c $1.00. C. R. Smith. Tenaha, Tex., for the position of Representativefrom subject,to the action of the Democratic City, Suburban and:, .Country ) ':
writes "I used Ballard's Dade County. To submit primaries. I stand for:
the deserves : \have Snow you
dubiety everywhere.Tbe
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'j should be LIniment In my family for years and the question of my qualifications ,to 'Good roads.; Property for ;Sale arid 'Rent "
skyscraper regul-
have found It a fine remedy for all represent you in that capacity_ If Strict following of the law. "

,; aced with the auto geared for more pains and aches. I recommend it for nominated at the'ensuing primary, ,Equal ,rights,to all and special privIleges West: ,,Palm Beach, 'FloridaPAGE

than twelve miles an hoar.-Tampa. pains In the chest" Sold .by A. O. j jRlegel. shall devote my best effort to ;your to none.. A. ,LEE;LLEN., .

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Clasklfied advertisements! this col 1 #
-- umn at one cent per wurd for each in I..
sertion. Count the words and send the

tlm early spring Toty Nevlnn Jolly tune that Tom Lad Lever heard cash! along with the order. and Organdi;
before --
neat oat la search adventure,
not with tomahawks to hunt In- "You seem to*have a good time here" MONBY TO LOAN.
dlans or wltb dark lanterns to said Tom to the king."You'ra 1F YOU HAVE----'PROPER.TY- T

catch burglar, fcut Just with nothing quite right said the king. you want to Improve and need money ,' t
at all, to Sl'e what, was happening In 'bles."Why" shouldn't we? We have no trou. td do it with apply to Geo. G. Cm ne, ,
world. West Palm Beach.

die Toin'8 world who a pretty piece of "Do you"ever quarrel asked Tom." - -- As the warm weather approaches 'you ',begin ''
"Never. replied the
outside the pleasant village ling "If any
agora country he lived. It was quite 1 a wild body Is cross! we threaten to Bend him '- For .. to feel the necessity of something coolerj; some'; r
R
la some place At least Tom out Into the world. That settles It." \ ", ,

country macto himself think It was wild when By and by It came time for Tom to Railroad Commissioner cool material to make up into kimonas house t* ,
got In some queer corner of rocks go, and be said so to the king. They I

and be troes \that he hud, not Investigated led funny him thing back happened.to the opening Tom, but had here eaten a dresses and dresses for street wear.. If you are # a CHin


before Every plnco once On ta tlirt awhile' day Tom he sat found down a so the much opening.that he couldn't get: through need of any summer 'w ash: goods?, we would ,; 1'f1' ? ;

for new awhile just Inside the fringe of the The" little men all Ircuglml. pleased to show you our full stock of these m
woods, listening to tile songs of the Ile can't get outP'tbey! cried clap. JI
flat\ birds ping their hands. both in colors and in white. "h'11'
One of the birds hopped down to a The king looked worried for a mo ;

curious bushy place hole In near the which rocks.. Tom Haw a said ment., "We'll So did have Tom.to*toll Then him the tile king se We have the assortment ,to s1iit-.all",;"' occasions -, .I I I

even this bole before.Be cret. J" "
Tom bad never all. tastes and '
started to Investigate It at once. First thrfy made bJm,promise never ,, every purse. :", ,, J.,

"A' cave!" he cried at the first glance to tell.rf m promised: for he didn't T.J.APPLEYARDSee ,
Into the openIng. lie liked caves, be. want to be Imprisoned for life ID even' \
made him think of fairies so bpnutlful cave. Large Flowered Effects for KimonaS : ::
cnilso they that you mark :year ticket ,, ;, ,
and lot of he The secret! was another out. It
a things read
and robbers led to another y like. thbn* y ,' ", r : "-j) ", I. : -'
part'of tha'-woodn. Tom '
of In Btorles I ,
At first Tom thought he could only hud to crawl on his hands and knees For Railroad Commissioner Small Figures and 'Dots for Street'and' ,House Wear t' ''
to get through a he ,, ; ,
get UH| head Into the opening, but after longpii HUg,( and, Vote for two.
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A Complete Range of Prices ll 'All Designs; from Five Cents Up

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STOP 'GRUMBLING BR N NJNG, ; B-ROS' 1; -

t If yon suffer from" J Rheumatism 'or .
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/ pains; for Ball aril's' Snow Liniment "

will bring quick relief It IH a sure MEMBER WEST PALM BEACH .
L'ADIES' OUCFICCERSWEST
cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con- MUFlCIlANTS'\ ASSOCIATION /?) 1
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tracted muscles 'and all pains-and ,, I

within tee reach of all Price 25c, t P: RLM BEACH, FLH.: J
50o. $1.00. C. R, Smith, Tenaha, Tex., :
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writes' : 'I have used Ballard's Snow wwwVvv. 4
Liniment! in, my family for years and

have found it a line remedy for all -

pains and aches, I recommend It for 'West !,aZm 13saoA, ''WJ i ts. .JJ9tQi '

r pains in the chest."t Sold by A. G I .. ,
uro Riegel. M"S u Pleasant! 'located l on, tbe'lake front,

p/. + The Holland commanding: a flue, view ?of Lake, ,
a / it Odd Graveyard Inscription. Worth and tbe, Royal! Poinciana '
At Worcester, England, the slab West Palm: Beach ?I' "
erected autloneer is Inscribed ,
over a departed '
.cO wIth, a single, word, "done" .. Every convenience?: ( and comfort, at ;

t tI I In Sussex the Initials nnd dote of the Ja L.D. Lock-wood Proprietor ? moderate, prices*
death of the deceased are followed by '
A Select BoardlnK-House of

two markable words Inscription"He was."Is at The Cane most Hill re- fT\\ I na rot r /Q otta c Located High?on Olive Order$,t..,near. '

cemetery, IlclfiiHt where the Inscription .t \. the Lake Front: ; N''
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says, "Lett till called for \{ FJecitrlo Light., hot*n c '''
I IF YOU DON'TLrtcceetl th..b..t. Rat..8t".10..k.. "orrpu..deuCI..oli.lt.d., ;. ,,sl 'i" ,
Mill, FRANK DARLING.S Proprletre..
the first\ time use Herbine You I, ., J .
and you will get Instant relief. The \Ve'reVaiting for MOW OPEN

greatest liver regulator. A positivecure to come in and have a talk with us about i eagle I House, Jefferaon 1 a

TOM WATCHED THE DANCE OP THE XITTOJ 1IEN.a for Constipation, Dyspepsia, banking Not that we want you to No.Block l :.
:Malaria Chills and all liver complaints learn the business, but because we want i i
to do business/ with yna We're pros.pering "A HOME AWAY- FRO11 HOME" "
little struggle ha got his arm and 'was lost for awhile until be found a Mr.; C-, of Emory, Texas and with increased! facilities for Centrally located lOud near In W Worth.. Cool I,airy room b....t table.ervlee' .
BatouWer \through It was a tight cow patlHthabled down to-tho village.) writes: "I1>IY wife has been using caring for business want, you to Rates $a,00 Per Day :Special Kate by the; V eelc,or: .Month, 1 w

|squeeze and then 'Tom saw a light a And here Is the odd part of the story Herbine for herself and children for Prosper With Us. F. ,V.SEAQLE.i Proprietor t1

I mysterious bluish white light. By this -.)',Tom could never find either path to five years It is a sure cure for con- ''IJ' 'p' \ .
I light he saw that the cave grew biggeru the cave again. He wondered. It tbe Btlatlon and malaria fever, which la Banking"with us doesn't mean "get-!( NOW OPEN
but a steady, healthful
he went on. little men had closed them up but he rich-quick Bt11ggS A Select "
substantiated by what It has done growth of wealth.Anything Cottage ,
Boon be could stand up, and he had wished he could go back. The Ice Winter Home
my'amlly.." Sold by A. G. Rie-
B hardly done so when a strange voice, cream wee remarkably goodCleveland for in the banking line can be
"'group of voice, shouted. "How did Plain.Dealer. gel safely done through UB, Will be pleasedto Hot and Cold Bathe Wholesome Home Cooking, consumptives Taken t 1
I tie get In?" see you Bvernla Street, Near Lake Worth West Palm Beach, Florid

Then Tom saw a group of strange Hurled Cltici. minor It'' Oa. DADE COUNTY STATE BANK MRS H. Ej..BRIQQS, .Proprietress ., ?G
|little men not much higher than bisB Let each player have a fresh\sheet of "Our minister does have the hardest

baud They wore curious red, greens paper numbered from 1 to 12.' Head luck. Just think, tbu but y's down with West Palm' Beach, Florida. OPENS
I and yellow suits ando.,scampered aboutao out tbe fallowing questions, leaving the croup, Albei broke his collar bone The Virginia i DECEHBER ,FIRST,
| briskly that he was quite bewllIfcred. time after each one for \the answer to lust week, their horse died yesterday, ;
be written down (the name of a clty Is and now Mrs. Hector has pneumonia." J. B. AlcGINLEY .tpogr 1
His legs began to''feel queer and he \Chidden In each, sentence): "I suppose that by and by on top of Centrally Located Hot and Cold Bath Electric Lights; Throughout t

Bwt down for a moaieut'to look about 1, He ,iwalkm with a calm, dignified all that, some fool will get them up'a Large, Cool Room,and Culnlne the very brat, Rates 13! ,00 tvr Day, 'Hpoclal Rate by r
|Um. The little men climbed upon him, air. donation party""-Woman's Home Com- Funeral Director the week or inoutb. C".rlalf"lrnlllu| foonettlon with hoiine to and from train., "' s
g examining bin clothes, hla 'face, bis 2. In hottest August t Inertia' seized panion. MRS.. A. L. HAUOft, Proprietress II
B bands, his shoes. One little fellow one: ___________ I t
Irtraddled his two shoes, laughing merKrlly 8. Either must>'the armtbe sinewy or TIlE LIFE INSURANCE NOW OPEN '
: knee-;joint Umber. muddle has started the public to and Th Ke' ,sone' 'Datur.'.Street, near

"Who are ;you?" asked Tom uneasily 4. For aliment stomachic a good thinking. The wonderful success J' Center of Town
"Wbo are you?" asked the little men. :' laugh Isltha best medicine. that has met Ballard's 'Horehound ,EmbalmerBoth
Im Tom," ija answered to this.; 5. We played blind man's'buff at longtime crusade Coughs An Ideal Family Hotel Good home cooking ,and ,wellrvcntllated sleeping rooms.
"But how did you get In"7"" several of lost,night Syrup in its on Hot and Cold Bath and modern Improvements,, Rate $a.DCper\ day, special rate
I them asked. 6. The'religion: of the HlndutLuther In lIen/a, Bronchitis and all Pulmonary licensed by the State to embalm by the week MRS. BEN, ].. COOK Prop., West Palm Beach, Florida tih' r'o

"I squeezed In," said Tom. "I hope carefully*Investigated. ; troubles-has started the' publicto and bodies for shipment., NOW, OPEN'Clematl ,
prepare
B foil don't mind." 7. My 'burdenfi,verily,fls greatertthanu thinking of this wonderful,prepa- {
lint"We don't mind. said the little men can bear. ration. They are all using It Join Lady assistant. z Sn'tctt1S 'ott-ctc:1Q: : Two block* Ave: n'
.
We never thought of anybody la 8. In-setting the stoveimake: the sInd the' procession and down withsick ,i U
J west
the ot1RR
> big .
world getting In here. level and.atruigbt.
H Just then there was a blast of music_ 9.> : Youmay eat.. Vscrambled)eggs or ness Price 25c, 50c and $1,00. Sold 1 :, Large airy rooms.. Batn and othar conveniences, Tpble a"* good, .a* the. ,bast..
ud by :A. G. Riegel. 1 Rates $6 a week to borne people; transient fatal $t per day. 6
number .
of Tlcc. houted, "The omelet. c' I '
bug!" J ;- : .Wc, t Palm B".ch. Fla. MRS. C.! CROSBY' '
10. With great pomp, aristocracy. Practiced ,\Vh.t'H. Preached.Hlllu c : r
The king of the little men:was com* .takes Its airing In'(the park. -Oruet says that he believes In -- '
B lug? the band leading the way through 11. Once under 'the matJmonlaJban\ keeping) In touch with hiss, fellow: men. 'I"I
the -
II1n planes of the"white, Jlive.i. 'Thattou 'you cannot,escapes. l\IIlJs-\Vell, there aren't many of them ,CITY: MEAT MARKET' ,
echoed loudly., ,;It was funny 12. To a bargain sale men.nevert o. that he hasn't touched. ,
lI1uslo In Tom t. Some of, the men The anvwersiare: T'.. A. ,!BIASTER! } Proprietor.
the procession carried torches that I, Itbaca,; 2, St. Augustine; 8. New 'The weakest spot In every man la It, ocG
IS1.< wonderful lights In the cave. York; 4. Chicago; B, Buffalo: 6, Duluth Where he thinks himself the wisest t Florida!: nad:. Western: Meats, Poultry" Gamb. andEggs-,: i 4
| just happened to remember that 8, Cleveland,0; ,.Rome; '
; Denser; % 'I.I I.
the cave Euwnons.!: Mall Orders Receive. Carf\il Attention. yI''" ,
marble was whIte because It wa of 10, Parllllll.Albal1y'il12.;, ; Salem. ... .. .' *"'
the same '0 oo '" Jeft"erbonBlock WEST PALM BEACH
marble that InI '
was
the big I ,. .. ,. .'
quarry near the Tillage.: KTn the Umam Q 2&txfCUpIfrlS.fl 'I .i: I : ,
When the king, who wore a golden ,The little boy bud bad his long curia GEO.. ''HASLEHDRSTSOU '"

gown saw Tom be said In 4 clear voice, cut off. Hewas glad: ofi hat buttafter ) I ,.... ., '.. !
Bring The In Some dinner;' a few days he gotttlred: of hearing' peo. Contractors and BuildersP ) l i : ,, ,j -- }

clllDbed king wu very nice to Tom. D. pie speak of It. 0: BOX 304 ,I 1 :'''',
ul On him knee to .aik to him By Saturday.; wbeutjbe wentito grand ,
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and are when the dinner came 'said: "You ma's' he thought the Worst very Welcome 'theibara-, > ,
"III Tooi.' We hope you but htfrdly tad he gone ontfHn LelA: WILSON r .
The come dinner again." yard than lie ran inlaga1nwtthltearsof ; bunuiea'\ the reins In' m'r t fashion i.,

"Ith leas was on ve ry'umall plates, anger labia eyes. MANCrACTCBEB: Or ,'elt's his ,dell hCi, to board our :
than
av mouthful on each. "Mamma, mamma,'S'he cried, "the ''Yeer' GR0eeRIE $'
here dftlir _
Ne'Y' "
1'1|wagon along ;
'! They allay Shoes ,
imevtowt and ,
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nd aatekltWwel e cream. the: bens are laughing at N Boots time to distribute ourChoicest' r
plates ot-ywur-balrvcutl!! .
king 'CuQ-ctlt-cat
fci : I
I r4" I.yon subjects like looking on In wonder. Repairing In All Kind< of Lea h:, 'on Earth Groceriesto Fancy ,L Pppd" 'Products; I
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Ito"asked the king: T1a. Di.appolJah.l l Huai .
"Ira the best I terrtbtandetaket"" Goods N. Uy.Ion,. ""i .' u I''
ever tasted. said "Oh..what a i : those who buy them. '
I a 001 tear, Wb():refused. tho,thirteenth plate III'"* Cried twnB.tBrahm.Uen.| t..; : i k i I ', Leave ad Order and we will have ::. Grain and-Provisions '' j >ti i lr't'f'
... on.1I"1I0ebl"
I of.eting all tint cream the UCI arwj'd; ( niybearg. ..0/. him rein at door In hour "II. t I i S I
|It men had. And th... pre la.ek ,Tamed Jnclskinanil tip your au \ -
1' Indian ,
to deliver parcbaaa. I 1 I'
your
1 Should Uke ; She at one to-TDr. OOOM."Wttkt I JEFFERSON ; <<
aId the te'r daveyou? \\41Ufr; ran dot" cried she j P, U,Prlcaa are a>shade lower. 'I ; Florida'i
king,"but there.isn't room to ,,: ean,1 advto/ Hcrseiids Siioes
ueb It big Hly aharre tor flying good \ .' FABER: BROS. '
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I Ofta worms. quoth
Tom FalmBeach '
bad West ,
)never. :hU4&sailed; ,
"bIll ,
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nne" It catchln them "
betore was such hot work ? FOR TENDBK PEST Market and Orooervmadf .
i But her farad
Tom\ tbe\d41 It'the It nearly made s4 toil h WFST ACH.'Fr..Ol1IDA _....._ ,.:" ._ ," ,
' lttp men winththe e. And aftees! wonn-,wortJ*of Ottt* St. North ol1 New Jefferson Blo 1'AI.MSS ; -- -- "" "' .
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OFFICIAL CALL William !Anderson, J Castello inspector I FAMOUS STRIKE,BRIDAKlDRS. DO YOU LOVE

a >> ; '11. A. Proctor clerk; polling That' most: famous strike breakers in your baby You wonder why he Florida East Coast RaiIw

For Democratic Prlmarles In place school house. the land are Dr. King's New Life cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream y6

"Precinct No. It.-Inspectors: W. A. Pills When liver and bowels go on Vermifuge and he will never cry.

,y DadeCounty.. Scott B. Blackwelder and J. F. ,.Sax strike', they quickly settle the trouble Most babies have worms, and the local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16 1906.
,
on: Clerk: J. R, Horn. Polling place land; the purifying work) goes. mothers don't know It. White's

i A meeting of the Dade County Saxon's store right on. Best cure for constipation' Cream Vermifuge rids the child of SOUTII-BOUND-READ DOWN ,NORTH-BOUND-.READ. UP. !\

a'' Democratic Executive Committee was precinct No. 15.-
held at Miami, Fla, oa tie 14th day S. M Alsabrook A. C.' Frost inspectors druggists. pleasant way. Every mother should N.Doll tI9 No Dally 29 BTATION&: No.Doll 78, No Dill 88,

Ylj of March 1006, pursuant to adjournment ; R. C. Stanley clerk; polling keep a bottle of this medicine In the ptusm. Lv.....................Jaukennvlllo..4..Ar 26pm 8-8A
place, school house. Two Ways to Premier.Two house. ''WIth it fear need never enter 6001'10 9 :team/ .. ....................BouthJaukaonvUle....__. ..".Lv 7171'10 847&m
kinds 8081'10 .. ,.._..................8t A..I/.tln.... .. .. ..... 8 161'10 7 c"om
of business 4l1"ru
: The voting/ shall be by ballot on men are her mind. Price 2Ec. Sold by 7 2l1pm' 10 ..,...................... ._...N..,......... U 6 81pm ,
? The following call for a primary tickets furnished by the 'State and bound to succeed. We refer to the man /I 7 Mpm H 118..10 Stom .. ............. .......... .Resting.. ..........,................ u. 6 201'10 8 dam
who knows how to advertise and to the A. O. Rlegel. 08p.-! '" m .. ... 'u "lku;;...-;.................. 466.rm 6[KHm i
election was adopted -to-wltt County Executive Committees B,,' and at one*whd knows. 'that be does not: know .8 7 0pi2 11 loam. tr.......,.............., Palatka. ...........................Ar 64Am 8om
Best made,' 6pm 3faieo ..................;Iv .... e 10e"eiaam
such ..
close of election the Inspectors Remy Magnetos SIS oo. .. r.n
L Notice Is hereby given that there the but knows enough to get one who does ....iI._........... Lv................._. .FaLOO.. .........................Ar UIbpm' .''' ''
Election and Clerk shall, proceed $;1-0. canvass know to, write and place his advertisements at Fowler Broa. &! Kind's.A 17 IN... ...............Nuonella.i ....... ............. ....---lIl1l'm-.. 8 ;BW;';-
will be a Democratic.Primary In accordance with the for him.-Troy Press. o 0111'10 U .....u...................... \\.poot. .,........... .. 4 2m 6 etnm
the vote!
111-11'10 Wpo a Onnund..n................ 8
f ... ..................... fiIIpm a 0M'pto
held In the several election district State law and shall at once forwardthe V."om"IIoake..\ 948pn1 IUpm .. ...................... DaytoD"..................-.... ".. 846pm 4nnu1018pm '
HAD. A CLOSE CALL."A Tho to toll 021'111 It4pia ......... ........ Port Oral1Re....................... 8 BGinn 4 870..
of pade County Fla.. on May 15th, returns to the Chairman of' the only sure way a venomous 10'8f II 1 Wpm&Ipm Ar'N..........-..........New Bl\1y..n....................,... .. 8161'1\1 411'01"4"'iiPm '
dangerous surgical operation snake Is to kill the reptile' ?. open Its >pm ..........-..'......rL"kal alert-............1 -rfupmn 1"
Committee
1906 and, It, necessary, on June 12th County Executive Involving the removal of a malignant mouth with a stick -and look: for the 10am ....................... Orange City............... ........} .... 12 nOI>1\1 a tiOrnnaoLIyJwetto '"
1906 for the nomination of all Democratic The assessment to be paid by the hollow, curved fangs. Wjbeu; ;not In 11 11 40llm 2Kllm 4bWap mu : ............... !: / ......,........ 194Apm fi aqmi
ulcer hand __
rt to shall be follows. as large aa my from my -' ..................-Hew 8wy.ua..I.: ...... r BuM1ptnUdn,u
various candidates aa : I 10p.n
and County ---i- :
_ candidates, State daughter's hip, was prevented by the use they are con pressed against tho .. .........................link HIII..L". II 4spn' 8 8"0'
II .
be voted for by the Democratic electors Representative ..". .. .... ,.$ 25.00 roof of the mouth beneath the reptile's 11011'1\1 110p.n 8 4Upm 161'1\1 A........................ ..Tltu.YI\1.\ ........................... 2 Or, 11\ 8 wsml
apinicatlon of Bucklen's Arnica: ...........................San n7 '...........'............ v 1 AAam; ,- --O-'jii"'
They are 6( pm xr :;:
hinged tun sea
eyes an fiiuin
i at the general election to be held Clerk of Circuit Court ....,. .. 150.00Tax Salve" says A C. of Miletus you 6 11 Mal\1 I 1,1' .........................: Sanford........................ A. ....! 6Upm_ 11 llM..
BtlckeJ)
November 6th, 1906 and to be appointby Assessor >.." .,.,.,.., 7S.QO If you pull them forward with' a pen 80pm I.m ............................ .................. ......Avr II Qip'n" a alflm1 i ,
W. Va "Per ls''n use of the Salve cil. The Is contained In sack -1 Slane .. ........ ..... 1 ,
venom a ...... .......,.... Cooo".I. lip\ \\I nau
..
the Democratic Governor of the Tax Collector ... ,.. .. .. 76.00 bidden beneath 8 61 pm ........"..................1tock 10.1 110 ..................... 11111Pl\1 21Ka''.
it, of B
cured the skin at the base
between the date of holding Treasurer .., :..,. 76.00 completely Cures Cuts, 1284..111 4 t2pni a. .........................FilII Galli.... .................... 12 471'11\ 147a< 'n
State County < .W. Burns 'and Injuries. 25c at all drug each fang-Field !and Stream. 1 item.. ............. .. ...... ...............m 1 8o't '
+ such election and the holding County Commissioner ,. ....... 10.00 11811. 48Opll1'6 ". ........."............D1urha................" u 11 1\211m\ 12 ""am,
primary gists. Mom \ 10pm ". ..?.. .. ............. St J.1l018 ....".................".. u.. 10 /11I,111200Il't'
of the primary election A. D. 1908. Member Board Public- Instruct 10.00 2 48"111 6 OOpm ". ........... ..........port 1.lo.e.......... ............ .. 10 11001111M.....
B OJI"m Illpm u ......... ....'."..............1'lbbaU..............d.;. .. 101711111 111"1"" ,.
j The following officers are to be Justice of the Peace .t"'H. ... 6.00 -- -- ----' -'---'- -- ----- ----------- 8801110 B 1\\ tlpm u ............. ................ Eden .....................d.......a. 101a"m II lpma
tRr nominated at said primary election, Constable . .. . ... .. LOO -----.- 881111111 40t\m 8 4clpm ". .....,........".........JOIINon ........................ .. 10 Octant 11 I,4'1"0", '
.i. 8 ............_.. ,...tu"rt.........................,..... 10 00"111 10 Aupu', i.
to-wit: County Fish and Game Warden 6.00 8 Slam 7 !67pm .,..................... nvbe Sound ..............,... ".. II 8111111 10 :2'.m'
SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO 420..10 IIII'm ................. ...... ,
? .....................WeNt Jupiter .. 9Tiun lO '
One Representative In Congress Supervisor of, Registration 6.00 440&m 7 8 401'10 ". ... .............._ .t l'alll1 ea.cb .................... 841111m 9 Ugnn, I
: 6 Item 161'111 / ..... ......_................. II' 8 main a '
{ I 8 ...................... Boynton 011"
y Second Congressional District.I All candidates are required to file a II 48"10. S 411'1\1( ................... n"I"y ............................ .". 8 1201\1 8 n'pin" I
6 Stam I\Jpll1 .. ....................Sort fa..derd..le.. ........,.........., 715cm' 7 rII'OII ,\ '
Court. to have his > .
ot the written .
Justices Supreme name 9
Two application JiOTELi DEli p aDO 8 48..m 9 411pm 471'10 .. .... ...................... 1/,1.,, .. ..................... .. 7 lUSm< 7 l4ryen,,,, I
Two RaUroad commfssfoners.t appear upon,the official bapoto'n( the Slum ...................... .l1aU"D.I..le................".. 7 1JI'1\1 7 '" i'
7 I\h1m'. 9118pm .. .....................Lemon f.9ty ........ .... ..... ... .j 6411011\ 7 Ignn" !!
,pOne {!Member of the House of Reprfrtaentatlvea. blanks furnished by the committee 7 B8..1I1. 1020pm 10 Ar.....:......................Miami ...............+..........r.rv 6 86uut 70"1""
A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel. 7 Slam. BOplO. L" .. .... ........ Miami .. .. ......... ..iAr .................. 30.1'( ''
IL accompanied with the fees above set Located between Washington and 1 MntliMm Avenues, fronting oil, the MidwayBoulevards 10 8 00..10 Shun ............... Ar!......................iiom0Mead;..............-...... ....................2 :!.I1'o,
One Clerk of Circuit Court for un- forthwith, Geo, P. Bull of OJus, Florida '- ,
k l expired term. Secretary and Treasurer of the adjoining the Chicago University. Buffet Parlor Can on &.alna:19: and 78. Bl1ffo& Sleeping Cars on tratna. 00 and P8.t .

r One County Assessor. Taxea.A County Democratic Committee on or | Parlor. and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People D..lly. except Bunday.liI --- ;_

A rt One Tax' Collector. '. ,before the 26th'day'ot'April, A. D. 1906. < ; From $30 to $40 per Week.. .2i. No,21 No.19 pall, No.17 No.n BRANCH. No Daily 18sal. 1'10.18' No.20 I No,22 ,and 6M.

One County Treasurer. The Democratic County Executive Twelve minutes from Dpwn Town via Illinois Ontiiil Railway and \ MAYPOnT Ex. Oally, Daily patty Sun.
lee. Dally D.\lr
Five County Commissioners. Committee shall meet on Monday, May All Trains stop at 63rd Street to which all Baggage should be Checked.BHHDUHY Onl' _Daily__ -..:. .:.Bun.-:. Itn!!.
-
r, Three Members of County Board of 21st,.,. 1906 at the County Court Housein & \JHUSHRVH, Peopt' etos.. Stop S4Ap a lOp 200p 1000'sLv.. ...........JRCknnvlliS...........Ar lOne s lOa IOOp t'.ryo1" \p96Bp
.......8aathJackumviUe.Lv. 66a! 882"112r"I', '}" Dllp10tOp
1' Public Instruction.'.1 ; ,* ff Miami Florida, and ,'publicly can- -. 6nnp 6181'6bup 21ap100va 240p1089a. ..._.....BablolInach.. .......... 611l1a SOna192ap1'apa40pI08M1p : /\
7tIp ........ II 616a. 7 MIL / ..
.....ALllmUo Dnach. 1215p 515,1' tulip
'One Supervisor of Registration. vass the returns and declare what 1080( 7461'7Nip' 66Ap 6101' 246p 8OOp11. 1044"00n Ar."............. !tIaypo.& ...............Ly 80011 74(11112OEi: ;,,
.. One !Member Member of .the Dade candidates are nominated by a majority -

County' :Democratic 9 Executive, Committee vote for ,each county office and in II.'N. Burhans, Pres. E. A. Tldd, Vice Pres. W. W Tldd, Sec. and Trea PENINSULAR AND" OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA a.

for Precincts Nos. 14 and 7. what cases a second. primary will Florida Orange Grove Realty Co. Close; Connection; Made at Miami with Steamships or ttQ!: P. & 0. S. S. Company for
respectively have to be held. ,, ,

One Justice of the Peace and One Attest:" '' W.; .A. FltfflRl: If you have an Orange Grove, Grape PruitGrove: Pineapple Grove or Lemon Havana and'Key West

Constable In such districts as have GEO. P, BULL, Chairman. Gro"e that von want to sell, write 1111 and we will show'you bow WE SELL '
1 vacancies, .. i,Secretary. .' GROVES. No. 17 Hogan Street. Two Sailings Each \Vee!,.

i, Refo l1oo; AU"ntlo National B"nkotdsekumvllln. Jacksonville Florida Transform.These .
One Fish and Game Warden Train Discharge: Passengers at Shlp' Side. No

The rules governing said primary the tines at which train may buoTii. i .'l od, l I loarrlvreivt ,,a d i I..1,.,nt.
election shall be the same aa those PROFESSIONAL CARDS. from the several Time Tables stations Ihow, but their arrival. departure.. at the rimes atal1.I not ,.,nirai, ,,,.,01

) adopted .by the Democratic Executive GRAFTED not Is this\ Company to be held renpo'.alblu for any dduysornny f Om1Su'to..aesurhiua-- i HC'-.5-oo.aFor

Committee at their meeting held in ,.. of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other r.1fonna ()(
LAW'> Mulgoba Mangoes. Copy
.> f ; r .. . ," BUDDEDLargest "
Jacksonville on February 24th 1906. "SEE THE TICKET AGENf..
for governing State Primaries, so' far r\ O. ClUJLLINOWOUTll ; Collection of Crotons In the United Statel. ?alms pJyllant.hus PLX
Aft. ST. ALUUSTINn
Oen'I. Pass.
,
as the same shall be applicable to the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR et.o. All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus 8tdclc. J. D. RAHNERAsst.

County Primary Those and only grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address

those shall be permitted to West Palm Beach. Fla.
t persona JOHN B BEACH, West Palm Beach Florida --- ----- ---

become candidates before or vote at, p BO. O. CUKKIE
or participate'' in the management''' of

said primary election who declare Attorney and Counsellor-ai-Law

their adherence to the principles. and :' WEST PALM BBACH FLORIDA >toiro5eo7soi.o7soiso7.oiro7.oi.oi.o.e7ao7.oitoiso7eoisairo o7soSloi.oUoi.wotto.to.to.tokokokoRostoRotltoR .oo wtItL k :

organization of the Democratic Party, I'. JJKANN1NO, oleoRoRatolltokokoRORO.SOROetooIto .

National. State and County, :who are H O0ois

by the laws of the State lawful Attorney arid CoaneeUor-ttt-Law goato -

+ ; electora of the election districts In (Office over Bank) o. O0og (

which they offer- to vote who have WEST PALM BEACH FLA .o..0ii' v H t.c D
Iy
paid their poll taxes legally due not : MEDICAL. AND StfXGICALH JFBEli

less than ten days before said primary I FURNITURE IIIi

election, and who shall when challenged -, ,. C. 11000 M. D. : ,

,. by an erector, pledge In writing PHYSICUN AND SURGEON 1F

upon oath before any inspector to Office over Potter's bicycle store WEST STORED ilWo _- 1 yeti lP
abide by and support the result of PALM BEACH. Kesldence near. Royal r, GI
such primary and, support the nominees Polnclana IldUiU PALM HEA.CU. 13-1:; o7tYO

thereof. 0. POTTEB,:M. D., ON
The polls shall be opened and closed R. yea I or;
a-aa-98:; WEST .PALM BEACH. FLA. o. .0i
-h at the several election district We store Furniture, or any article ;
l\ w at the hours fixed by the general election DENTAL
named xa '9f Merchandise for length of time Y Ii;
law. The following DR.B. II.\MACr Dlt.J. N. NEWMAN any ,

persons are hereby appointed Inspectors the month a :
Drs. MACY NEWMAN by or year
and Clerks for the several election o. 00Wo
districts DENTIST v i, w
: : o. __ 00
I "Precinct No. 1-Inspectorsf N. H. Office In Jefferson Block Wo 00o

Parks H. ]II. Stypmann and B. O. BalL WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA o. ,
I Minimum for arti.cle o0or
i charge anyone Each
Week BetweenJACKSONVILLE0
Four
r Clerk: Carl Schroeder. Polling place It. J. E. LIDDY o0o Sailings

r e Ball's store.Precinct D twenty.fiv cents per month. 000ox NEW YORK
Dentist
No. Inspectors: Frank .
OiUco first door west of Dade County'State "0
Bowers. P. Kitchen and E. C. Miller. Bank 00 Calling at Charleston. S.. C., both ways.

Clerk: James Hepburn., Polling place r ra THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS PI THM COASTWISE SERVICE
school house. WEST PALM BKACIT. TLOUDAGeo. We also pack goods for shipment to
THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTlIEUN LJNEli-j
: "Precinct No Inspectors Frank aosf
: part of the country.
4 i any Direct Service Between.
Sheen, Joel A. Dean and Dan Cos- 0 tl go PROVIDENCE
JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND
,;' grove. Clerk: T J. Campbell. Polling r lr "O.JII 00o 00 AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.

is place old engine house. o Calling at Charleston both ....,..
"JII
"Precinct No. Inspectors: Jesse Experienced China Packer HUIHI.WEKKLT SAH.INQ8.
BoStOI
Southbound From Lewl Wharf,
Kl Dougherty J. L. Garnett and F. W. -
SR.preeentthesurvival 00 Jaoksonviiu .
5 ED
Palmer. 11'0 o. "JIIO.JII Northbound< From foot of CatherineStreet. ,
i Clerk: Cullen Pence Polling \ 00 I

place. Porter's Packing House. Dave beuumah.lar..t.e.d oftheStl.M.buu.e re-We the CLYDE JOHlNftf RIVER LINE
ST. ,.
world bemm.. .e.4. a.better than
our
tfY' "Precinct No. Inspectors: T. M.
; !(McRae, T. J. Haygood and I. B. Tayp orb.uned. no s.you...wish and to the Brow Suess eh.wy.meet.., McGINLEX BROS. CG.ro II Between Jacksonville and 3anford.

= lor. Clerk: H. B. Hodges. Polling Iablest Planttneb.MSeede-berry.Aus.al ft.S to sUD. Stopping at Pilatka Astor St. Prancls, Baraitord (DeLand) and
+ school :Ppu Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River
place house.
M. FURY L 00., Opposite School House xY i '
of Jacksonville .
Precinct D. Steamer City
No. 6-L.Caaael I. Hardee Darok, Mleh. '<" ,
o ''',
J. w. Pierce inspectors;; J. o0o I. appointed to sail .. follows< Leave Jacksonville" 8nndn,.,Tueedav. IIDd Th 0.,1.1..1:001', :
M. Urns ted, clerk; polling place. O.JII 0 00 Returning, leave 5.nlord. !Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays,9:110 a. m. ;i

v Rouse's store."Precinct --J

. ) No. Inspectors: W. W. S. Hacker. & ''SonMANUFACTURERS Ito t f fIIOSa05aetaOieOie07.0110Se05e05105a05t0 Southbound, aead. Sehedul. -. NerWbM'f aeadaFlLore3opm .I

't Marshall. Ed. T. ,,King and Henry .. OROROROROROKOKOROKOKOROR08t ..... .... .. ... .. JAOZSONVILLBJ '0'" ..... .. .ANw/. ", ::
. Bryan. Clerk: R. A. !Bryan. .Polling olo.toRO.toItoalORoRORost0RostOKMoIeorOtlo4.o. +loatoet Q.O.O.O.O 0/,/ 45pm. ... .. ... .t... .. .., . .. J-AI ATKA.,1...! ..d. ....... .. .. 00... i
place. Stanahaa's'store.. r ? i oosm ,,.......4...,. ...... .4........ ASTOR .......,-........."... .... s. rF.ooP p-*: '
"Precinct No. Inspectors J. B. ." 4 JO .m....,.......,...,... ..,... .rr.: FRANCIS..o.yw1: : ,
: 4 4i p'', ) ,--- -. .... ..... ....! .. .. ,DRY.SSP'OaD (CD.LAND... ..t..,... .. .. JAm
Wofford. J. W. Ins and J. A. Harp. AUGUST STOCKER ,... josm.,:....,.., ".........,..... ......8ANP.>R.D .................f....."." Y$, '
Clerk; ,J.. ,IL, Glesson.? Polling,, place, Try 10 00 cm..................,........._...:...BNTERPIt18E..,..........-...-......."...- 1.--

? h school house. r.. First-Class Experienced General Passenger and Ticket Office' 1 122 W. Bay St? JackSOnvltlul. j jj
,
'"Precinct No. 9.-Inspectors*' Paul ,
.ty Matthews, L. Fornel ;land 'JJ V Peters. i : Shoam ''h rc. M. I ItUNMONtJIUt.. "... A.....(,/..'. !'.... ARt m Wo.' Bay8&Jt'ekIlOOYtlIV"'L. ,j: ''.:d!
CustomFiisBootHEjlStaMaJtloOrta s kar The Tropical Sun W. OOPItK,.Jr. ....Ilrht AIR.. .
Clerk: J. A. Daughtry. Polling place, jo'OfI&of iio.an Itnet. J.ClueavlIe' DIqGNB -| All" *. T
school house. A. O. IiLUERTY\.GeD'1 8."ft 1'..... A..... New .Yn, II. CLY; i1 :, Oen7 j Vt <.
'THBOG.: BOKH Via.l'rnlduotsndUsneralManager;
<
d "Precinct No. 10.-Inspectors fT, L.
) ( !\vnV. i
Miwa<
: General Offices Pier 80, North lUvef Now York. Brunch too
l q Townley," 'H. Dale' Miller and 8.' I* OF- if you 'want

kM S Patterson. Clerk: R. B.; McLendon. Wear.. Rubber Soles and Rubber

54 W Polling place. Fair building.'' Doors, Sash, Heels for Comfort -

'Preclnct No. 11.-Inspectors: : B. S. '
Best of
.r 1 Potter, Andrew Hardee and Jackson Blinds, MouldingsAND Finest Shoe Dressing Polish and Shoe PrintingFURNISHED D. W. 'FENTeNO&' Gee iJ iJci

,S, o Peacock. Clerk: J. W. Gallaway. Lacea for Gentlemen's, adies' and "
--
Polling place, Shone's old store.( Children's Shoes always oa hAnd. : Undertakers aid,:

:Precinct No. 12.-I. T.: Stephen*, rWI: Building: Material, Clematis .Aye.,, West 'Palm B a hDeWitt' ROOMS-Specially low rr:: ::;* ;

J,<..Daugherty A. T. Duval. Inspectors CHARLESTON. C.jV rates for furnished rooms from now : _
Embalmers
.j'
till December 1st. The Clematis
Ilex
,
-
Tbos. Mitchell clerk. ;. .,polling place. 1
'p' Largest. Factory South. ,1 Avenue,' next door to The Virginia. .. !: "
Tweedell's. hall. ft";? Salve Grub'e''rBI'O 't. BEACH, ,FU

;, :'Precinct. ,. 4o,. ,,13.-Henry,Gosamaa",.. ;,Send for Prices.,, ,For. PHasj, Burn*, Cora Mrs M. XL :Weybrecht; ,, ,In '' C-k"....,Narcissus' ,' s"t'r'ee' ... 'WEST':.. PALM'. ':/'

",p;, 't I"HJ. ,\' { t>.! tlj. ,;:.
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I THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA' WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1908 PAGE FIVE ?" rt..

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paragraphs of 1'--- ,


,oeal Interest y I You

Abrams & Miller '

4jr Wm. Helm spent Monday 1 In r
,
!Miami on political business. -i'' :,
Look
SALE-Two fine milch cows.

Apply FOR to Joel A. Dean City. hP Blacksmiths Wheelwrights '

)lr. R. S. Pike Is pending a few N'' _ YellowThe
days, in St. Augustine on business.MlB8 _


< morning Mary Rowley from a returned visit o; never yesterday *-! trouble: is,'foot liver's Horseshoeing, rand:I General Repair ,,;r

weeks with| relatives and friends In i zsw sick. One of its products,
a "bile," is overflowing; into Work
Miami.
I your blood.
Oussle (Miller, of the public I 'P
,
Wins\ You can't digest your food, ,
school faculty, left thin morning for II your appetite is poor,' you Manufacture of Tools a Specialty "

ber home In Lake City to spend the suffer dreadfully from headache I'

summer I stomach ache: dizziness Freight Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders

Chas. b. Jefferson arlved,Mon malaria, constipation, ,t c
Mrs night from Hobe Sound and Is i etc:. What you need is not a I --
day i. 1
of Mrs N. 8. Burnhm for dose of salts, cathartic: wateror
guest
the
a few days I piDs-but a liver tonic Poinsetta Street North West Palm' Beach ''

,MIss Blanche Wood one of the

teachers In the. public, schools duringthe .. Bedford'sBlackDraught
I
term Just closed, left this morn- r i
Ing for her home In Bollver, Tenn.

Miss Juva Ann ROBS has resignedher .Y wmmwwmnroniromror" " " "itrwmmmmnrormwnmws" " "" .',
position as, stenographer In the ;

office of Mayor W. I. Metcalf and has MR SAMUEL 0 FITTS

accepted a similar position In the This great medicine acts gently en IIIE The Fie el pharmacy a 1 m

law office of Geo. O. Currie. the sick liver. It purifies the blood, 1
Candidate' For renews appetite,feeds the nerves,
The new artesian wella recently clears the brain and cures constipation. == Solicits YOUR ,Trade. a ; .
bored, by the Florida East Coast Hotel '
Miami It Is a true medicine for sick liver == =
waterworks at are
Company CLERK OF DADE COUNTYSamuel and kidneys, and regulates all the ,
,
now connected with the reservoir and fl'jesUve unctions. Try It. 5 a ?r
.
We give Pure Drugs at Moderate ; '
the city will soon commence using At all dealers In medicines\ In = you ,, !,

water from them. The capacity of O. Fitts, who Is a candidate In a "state of embarrassing confusion. 25c packages. E Prices, put up by a Registered == t i '

the wella Is said to be five million before the coming primary for It needed the careful, accurate and

gallons daUy.Mr. nomination to the office of the clerk painstaking work of an expert to == Pharmacist.Try .
bring It to anything like a
proper
and 'Mrs fi. S. Flanagan, of of court, Is a native Floridian, and = a
condition to serve the needs of an SCHOOL CLOSING
Miami, have issued IvlUtlons to the Is one of the beet known men In Dadscounty increasing public. == our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream ,=t 'k

manage at their daughter O. Miss Newcomb Mary : having lived here for many Just such a man was found In Mr. DREW BIG CROWDSContinued yfz ______ a
Agnes Slign to 'Mr. Ceo. ;
years. Fitts, and he was appointed chief dep- =:
of this city, the, happy event to take H A. 0. KIEQKL, :;
He received his business trainingIn uty. Under his watchful eye and .
i front
the of I pare One
place place on evening May E "
the strict offices of one of the great great experience the office has been Graduate New York College of Pharmacy :
15, at the Presbyterian church in by Air. Currie for the best recitation == -.'

Miami. one railroad of the syptema most competent in Chicago.. office, and men Is modernized, until now; Its It methods Is second revolutionIzed to none In- among the seniors. 71UIUUIUIUUUI1UlUUIIIUIIIIIIIIIUUUJIUIIhUULALUIlUN: 1 / 1 1 / 1 1 i;

Mr. S. F1. Gammon, the popular Another prize, not mentioned on
In the county. the State for convenience and accur- -
assistant principal of the West Palm the program, was then awarded. It I .
Is conceded to be of the
When the late E. C. Dearborn was acy. It one
Beach school, left this morning for was announced that a member of the GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER '
elected, nearly six years ago, the best In the State.
coast faculty had decided to give a five-
Tallahassee, cruising up the for clerk's office was in almost a chaotic When Mr, Fitts presents himself to WET PALM BEAOM: J '
distance with a party of friends. dollar gold piece to some pupil in
acme the voter soliciting his suffrage he
state, having been for years under '
After spending a few days in Tallahassee the school for general proficiency BUS fcrfriHLtok
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well to well Trips
i the care of a gentleman of advanced can point a public duty
with friends he will go to his years and an Invalid for several years, done, and the duties of ,an Intricate and this prize was awarded to Ros- and I\11X4 Lantana rt.
old home in Marlanna to spend the coe Anthony with appropriate re,? ,
office well discharged.He
whose methods were not adapted to
marks. His record for attendance, I BaggageWagons Dclray ,U
summer the needs of a rapidly growing office, has proven his competency and ,
Mr. H. Putnam has returned to hislumller whose patrons were increasing In needs only to point to the office he general deportment and hla term report 1 Boynton
showed that he entitled to
home near Boston, after great numbers. For the reason stat- has created for proof.-Miami Eve- was Meet 9 and ''
this distinction, having led the entire
spending several months In West ed the clerk's office was at that time ning Record.
school In All Other I
average.
Palm Beach. During the fall and
Professor Stephens then announced, t
winter months Air. Putnam made sev- Trains Points ,
eral material Improvements on his Two West Palm beach ladles have Architect Emil A. Ehmann spent In making the closing remarks of: '

Olive street property here, and It Is sisters who were in San Francisco Monday In (Miami looking after busIness i the evening, that he would call the SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN

learned that he contemplates several during the awful earthquake and fire matters. names of the, five pupils making the .AlEE BAviie, ROOM' '

further improvements when he re- that visited that city two weeks ago Mr. Tony Lopez, of Fort Lauder- best record In general proficiency, 1, P

turns early In the falL today, Mrs. Olivia Burnham and Mrs. dale, spent Sunday and 'Monday with which were Roscoe Anthony Marlon

The first quarterly, meeting and W. H. DaCamara. It is hardly necessary relatives in the city DaCamara, Miriam Stowers, Blanche
DeVault and Lucy Grler. Mr Ste-
conference to state that when these Miss Ella Chapman, who has for
of the Methodist Episcopal
said that all of had
phens the
pupils
Church South will be held next ladles received the intelligence a few several years 'been the efficient sten-
on
made records and
good he
days ago that their sisters had escaped In the office of Attorney spoke very
Saturday and Sunday by Rev. S. W. ographer tenderly of the ties that had been West Palm BeachT s
Lawler, the presiding elder of the injury there was a great relief i Oeo G. Currie, will leave tomorrow formed during the term between pu-
of mind. i for Conectlcutt to spend a well
East night
Coast District. Service will be
pil and teacher; he had 'never,had to
held Saturday afternoon at 3:30: and The city and county tax books earned vacation of three months. She ,
do with a better set of children'' than '
Sunday at 11:00: a m. and 7:30: p. m. closed Monday, the 30th, and the tax will be accompanied by her sister, those enrolled In the West Palm ) ri LotseChoice '

All are Invited to atend these ser collectors are now engaged In makIng and before returning they will visit : Beach school. His remarks, while I
vices. the delinquent lists which will relatives la Chicago.It N
The Sunday night service .will up
brief
,were to the point and empha-
be a union) service of all the churches.Mr. be published the latter part ',of .the is learned this morning by The sized the Interest he felt In the' workIn Residence Lotsfrom v

A. B. Otwell, 'of -West' Palm week Collector Hendrickson yester- ,Tropical Sun thai Hon. J. W. Watson; which he' had been engaged' the
Beach day stated to ,The Tropical Sun that of (Miami, candidate for the legislature -
one of the Influential and progressive ": past eight months. The thoroughness -
citizens of North, Dade, la the amount of uncollected city taxes will visit West Palm Beach of his work Is everywhere apparent -

spending a few days In the Magic' when the books closed Monday evening next week, and will deliver a public and It Is the sincere wish of $200, up, :

City seeing the sights of a progressivecity I was 162230. Since that time, address to the voters of this precinct. the patrons of the school that he may I .

and shaking hands "with his many however, about $200 have been collected ,While the date bas not yet beensettled return next term and continue the one-third cash, balance by semiannualinstallments

friends I so that there remains In 'all upon, it is expected that Mr. reasonable time accord-
Air. Otwell will leave this mission which he has so admirably on ,

evening via the P. &: O. Line for Key unpaid about 1400. Watson will be here about Tuesdayand and acceptably filled since last fall. ing: to price of lot. '

Went and Havana where he will spend A special train passed through will speak Tuesday night. After a hymn by the school choir I

a week or ten days on a prospecting West Palm Beach Sunday noon, bear- Mr Oeo. G. Stacy, who Is In charge the benediction was pronounced by : For plats and Information apply to r

trip-Miami Record, Saturday Ing Mr. H, 'M. Flagler, Mr. J. R. of several" pineapple and Vegetable Rev. Henry Hlce, and the West Palm WALLACE R. MOSES ; : .

Mr. William Helm,, of West Palm Parrott and other officials of the FlorIda fields in the vicinity of Delray, was Beach school term and its closing ,

Beach, is. In the city today looking East Coast Railway to St. Augustine In the.city!"' Monday for the first time exercises for 1906 were a thing of .the Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department. ,

after the, payment of his axe.. Mr. I Jacksonville. from an Inspection in nearly two years. Mr. Stacy says past ",;except in the hearts and mem- West Palm Beach, Florida. I
Helm Is one of the leading candidates I trip over the Key West exten- that the interests that he represents ory of the hundreds who were present

for county commissioner from ,the sion. It Is learned that the officials will this year ship about 18,000.crates last night.

second district, which Includes West :, were quite well pleased with the of pines In addition to quantities of --.--

Palm Beach. He Is one of the most progress being made In the great Vegetables The plneaple crop Is this NOTICE.In t.

Substantial and influential men of undertaking, and that It will not be year exceptionally fine, while there Is County Judge's Court, Probate Juris-
For Sale
North Dade, owns valuable property many weeks before the laying of railsIs a fair crop' of tomatoes.> The latter dlcton, Dade'County,State of Florida.In FOWLER BROS. & KING

I Interests there and always takes an commenced. Four schooners are are now bringing good prices and every the Matter of the Estate of PatienceP. /-

active Interest in everything tending now loading with rails near Balti- one at Delray is prosperous and Ward, Deceased. MACHINE SHOPGAS

to the upbuilding and advancementof more, and these schooners will deliver happy. Sweet;, potatoes. are now being Notice is hereby given that on the

; the county. if elected Mr. Helm theirs cargoes,, tox.tha, .railroad! at planted there extensively secon4'-pay; ofJuly, A. D. 1906, I shall ,Sherman's'n.Point ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL
KINDS of LATHE and SHAPES WORK
I will make Mayport, from 'which place' the Iron preseut'xny accounts for final settle- .
a valuable member of the Lake Worth
hauled to Homestead and the mat and for discharge as on
board will be BALE apply my
| ( of BARGAIN
commissioners and one the ,SPECrAJ._ ,, GAS '
j lecton' of the 'county' caa' ''be sure ,work, of .track laying will commenceat ''Mrs. L. Constantine has this week executrix of the Estate and of the, Last 'Near'BestTishirigTwentyeight'acrea .ENGINE,, ,SUPPLIES
,
j will do his duty.t.lIamlMetropolis. that. point.Principal Inaugurated a special bargain sale of Will and Testament of Patience p. FOR SALE '

Monday. A. H. Stephens, of ,the pattern hats, read-to-wear-hats, untrimmed Ward, deceased, to the County Judge,'

As will be seen In the political announcement city, schools, left this morning for ihapes, shirtwaists, skirts, at Miami,,Dade County, Florda I of Land snitajle Near! .FerryLanding! Lake Front ik s x f

I ; Cusseta; Oa., where he will Join ''Mrs. underskirts and all underwear, collars VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT : WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
column In this Issue of Fruits and
for
Executrix the Pineapples, Vegetables
of Last Will and Testament
little They will articles willgo1
The Tropical Stephens and son. etc. Many of the
Sun, 'Mr. R. L. Wall,
of Patience P. Ward deceased;
vacation at various 800 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit
of and
.OJui, Is a candidate for the office spend their summer below cost, everything, lauijeduced !- ; ,
IL PIERRE Cure
Minute
or county points in Georgia. Asked yes from 20 to 30 per cent. Now BRANNING One Cough
comlasioner from the third Attorney for Executrix.A Oranges, Bananas, Gnavas-In all
district Tropical Sun relative and ladles'sl.ouldnot FOP Cough Colds and Croup.
To those in this'ad'oC:(lie erday" by The la the time.to buy, : *
County, who> are not personally .acquainted to his coming back to West Palm fail to see the bargain that are bloom. One thousand feet of Lake

with Mr. .Wall, ,The! Tropical -, next Beach term.to take Professor.charge Stephens of the school said being offered. tt The..year' YEAR?,1903 will OF long BLOOD.be. remem-) front. Thirty-five large: Cojoanut KILLTHI COUCH r

h,Sun Ie takes pleasure In stating,that : t1 hat' 'the 'matter would rest with the bared In the home of 9'. N. Tacket, Trees.. Shell Mound. Beautiful AND CURE.TH&'" LUNGS a' ,
one of Dade'B 'most For Sale Cheap.
staunch
Citizens I and that If a greater of :Alliance'Ky."as: a year of blood;
and( If elected will mka school 'patrons, The Keystone," sltnatc'l/on Datura flowed! { from WITH Dr
/
which copiously MrTacket's King'sFOR
ils so
able I number'.,8eemed ,,to-desire return ,
mclftl- Manr' eltlzeiul' believe trcet. Apply to C. C Chngworth I .
that It he would be pleased to do so. His lungs that death seemed View.At

cb nge in would the(personnel be' well of tq the makea board t: many friends In the'clt hope that his Have your bikes repaired at Cummlags l very Hear. He writes: "Severe bleed a Bargain I New Discovery

there being much dtesatisfaction return 'may be assured. It Is a fact Clematis a.....opposite bank. All work ,leg, fromthe ,,lungs..and!' ", a.jrtgntful M
I a* -- ONSUMPTION Mte60o
to. school has cough had brought me at death'sSoot -
Beach
the Palm 9-lj-tf
that the West
manner' In which' tfi county guaranteed. '' BOX! Beach F& UGHS and .
I scab i have been conducted during this! I tern,made better progress than Wbea'rbegantaking::: Df'King'sNew 155, West Palm ,' / LDS Frel TriaL:

the put preceding term, and one of the and Launch ''Sup. Discovery for Consumption,
two : any, Batteries Complete : ----
years Taxes bava been after Surest and Quicker\ CUT for allTEROAT"
the that
with result
,
high hd this hu had principal features that seems t6 Impress plies, at Fowler Bros. & King's. astonishing : : LimaTBOTJB- ;,
uS RICHMOND:
a tendency;: Agent:
t0 dieiourage Investment. "tn "'majority of the patrons Is I taking toI't't1es I was completely! JS3, or *ONZY BACK. ; ; ,

te1'8d.hav. been Altogether many It other i.' desirable kickregis, and ,there- the J ''faCt'that! thoroU&h.'the work. in all brancheshasbeen King's.Brass Shafting' at Foler Bros. .&, restored and cured.1 as time( Guaranteed has proven v! permanently for- Perrine Grant W d dn Cipaiiy( J, .

there that ,Tropical Sore Lungs;'Coughs': and Colds, at all ESTATE. 1'n
.
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ttallMll b." 'L _"'ywur-cnJers- The t Ciiiiro
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a rtM .
'A toteWill ... KQdQl.1Rxp pola
to ,
drug 'etorea! Prteeg0etad' >$1.00.
Ilrfr. for all kinds of engraved Great '
Bun office JmBh"fof'those'Dollail'SterlIng -
Wall ]not be a'' bad In bottle Cm'L i'."FLORIDA: ,81.wI 8it sat. ...
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The Merchants' Association will endeavor to have BALL GAMES and other Sports, free to all,
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HARDWARE ; GROCERIESL. GENTS' FURNISHINGS'SHOES i IIJEWELRY

? Hatchett-Da Camara Hardware Co. W.. Burkhardt Anthony Brothers .
N hardware, Sub aDd Doon,Paint Oil and Varnish, Agricultural. Implements "Please remember If there ia anything that U nice we lIayelt.. ,
Outfitter to Men. Ladle and Gents'Shoe
'I : ,HaroeM.Stove.Kitchen Furniture Crockery. Finest Groceries HayGrain and Feed.
The iho who know bow "
people to fit your feet.
!r C 20 per Cent off Entire Stock for CASH.
Faber Brothers, -
:F M. E. Orb : r The Slrkln Company_
r General, Market and Merchandise. All ordera gltta prompt attention. .
k in the Hardware and House- Shoes, ,p'ellideat.larnfabla.r
Hardware and Furniture. Everything OleralIoaM Block Went Palm Beach. Clothing Hats and Gents Furnishings. MAX Pirkla
line. WI; MEET COMPETITION. Jefferson Block,.West Palm Beach.
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A. Q. Riegel '
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and STATIONERY'I McOlnley Brothers Company '
Branning Bros.Ladies' .'
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4 "------ House and Office Furnishings. ,"Awning and Tent Makers., Under. .
Furnishings Goods
ry t a. W.. Idner &" Son, taking and Embalming."< W.are after:your Fnroltnre Business. Dry Notions.IV

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