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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 12, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
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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 )
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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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I IWIL DRAIN-THESE LANDS S AT ONCE HOME FOR WATSON, WORLEY :; '



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\ Alligator- Farm- AND THE GOVERNOR ;


Flodida East Coast Railway Audubon Societies Provide for ,
To Kansas City } ,

Widow and Children of I
Comes to the RescueAnd A Three-Act Comedy in the Opera House Last Night.
Attached to a northbound freight Guy Bradley. (

train last night were two Atlantic -- Governor Broward Ably Defends His :
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Coast Line cars in which were the The following news Item from the Drainage Scheme. I

Will Reclaim Eight Thousand Fertile Acres Westof alligators, crocodiles, rattlesnakesand Greensboro, N. C., Evening Record ,

cocoanut trees and shrubbery belonging of May 2nd, will be read with Inter ,
Will Build Dikes and Pave Wide i
City.. to the allgator farms of Warren
est: The appearance of Governor N B. 'color that the county was being flooded -

Roadways, Making the. New Frazee, better known as "Allgator Mr. T. Gilbert Pearson returned Broward in the city yesterday was with money to defeat Worley and V f !
\ Joe which located at Palm
Accessible. are this morning from a month's cruiseon an honor to the Cottage City that elect Watson, the statement was em- f
Country I
Beach Miami. The collection pI
an< was the Florida coast, but he is not every citizen fully appreciated, and phatlcaly denied, and Mr. Watson declared I

personally looked after by Joe him- as spry as usual; In fact he is some- during the day the State's chief executive that he had always paid his 9

self; while in the "coach ahead" was what banged up from an experience was shown all points of Interest own campaign expenses; he defied 9'
In today the :pleasure of The the cultivation of the lands which
It Mrs. Frazee, who was marled to Joe on board a schooner near Key West, in and about the city by a com any man ta show that he had", receivedone tir
moat will make this the best trucking and i
Tropical Sun to give about the
j in !Miami Wednesday afternoon. Fifty miles from that place the ves- mittee of business men, dollar from any other source. L
pleasant bit of news that has been fruit section in all Florida. The collection is f'f'the
t ( en route to Kansas sel struck. a storm and soon became In the evening the speaking as pre- (Applause.) Mr. Watson said that '
made public in West Palm Beach in The commencing of this great work
City, Mo., where It will be placed on disabled and for two days and two viously arranged was held in the county was entitled to two rep-
time, perhaps since the inception will immediately have a stimulatingeffect exhibition during the summer monthsin '
along
r nights she could make but little head- opera house, owing to the high winds resentatives under the new apportion-
i of the city. upon all lines of business In Electric Park
way On Friday morning! last, how- that prevailed. ment to be made at the next session, 1f I + 1
third this section of the county, and the In conversation with a representative -
While Mr. Jas E. Ingraham, liberal policy of the Florida East of The Tropical Sun Thursday ever, she was putting in at Key West Besides the speech by the governor, and he would work to that end.. He ''

vice-president of the Florida East Coast Railway{ and Its associates will morning Alligator Joe stated that the when another storm was encountered addresses were delivered by Hon. J. declared in favor of the deepening of ,

Coast 'Railway, was,: ia the.city yesterday -I be appreciated by all classes collection consisted of over two thou- right In the harbor and the schooner at W. Watson and Geo. A Worley, can- St. Lucie River Inlet, at Stuart, tnd ,'ti'', r y

out the information that, sand alligators and crocodiles, and being already out of kelter, was '
he gave didates for members of the legisla- on many other questions which $, 1
the of the elements she
after due consideration, the FloridaEast WHITE HALL PORTLAND was by fur the largest collection in mercy ; was I the public weal Is concerned. ,
pounded, knocked and sent flying
and
.Railway t the Boston and CEMENT: the world. ,In the collection Is the ture.Mr.. Geo. W. Potter, chairman of the Mr. Worley was then Introduced a l i
fioas.k about during which time IMr. Pear-
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The very best American Portland mammoth crocodile, "Miami Joe, County Democratic Executive Committee and he sang about the same old song ', 1

Florida Land Company, the. Coast Cements Sold by the East Coast which Is said to be the largest croc- son was thrown violently across the acted as chairman and first that he sang here a week ago, except yi yt

Line Canal and Transportation Com- Lumber and Supply Company. odile in captivity It is seventeen anda deck, fracturing a rib, dislocating knee his introduced Hon JV.. Watson, of that he did not claim Watson. had 91 t

pany and the (Model Land Company, halt feet in length and tips the left shoulder, bruising the right Miami. "thrown down" the people of Osceola
and otherwise Injuring him so that
had decided to Join in the reclamation beam at 1,700 pounds. Tills monster Mr. Watson, while not an orator, county, and forgot to mention his big ,
T. A. Feaster he could not walk for a day or two,
thousand acresof man-eater wan captured by none oth- soon convinced his hearers that he Turtle Harbor scheme and the feedIng I
of five to eight
but as soon as he could stand the trip
er than A.llgator Joe himself about was a business man, and for forty of eight hundred million Chinese
the fertile overflowed lands west of Branching OutMr. he made for home, where he will be
six months ago in the Florida Keys, minutes he discussed the issues of through Florida's southernmost port.Mr. .

the city, and not only this but to and Its owner says that soon afterIt obliged to remain for some time the campaign In a manner that gained : Worley Is an interesting speaker,

build an automobile and wagon road T. A Feaster, proprietor of the was placed in captivity it threw up Mr. Pearson left home a month ago for him hundreds of friends in and last night he did not fall' to Interest -

several miles in length, making accessible ell known City Meat Market, has de- quantities of human bones and large to explore the Florida coast between West Palm Beach. At times he was and amuse his audience with if ,i'' j

the new territory. cided to extend his East Coast Inter- portions of red shirts, It is believed Tampa distance and of Key perhaps West and 240 he miles covereda visIting eloquent, and at no time did he fall jokes and yarns, many of which were k f

Work will be commenced at once, that it had eaten several Indiana who to hold the undivided attention of his the belittling of ,Mr. Watson's effortsas
and has purchased the Miami the Ten (Thousand Islands and
ests
and between now and the first of next had atempted to capture it, memeber of the legislature. He
audience, a c 11
January It will be completed, at a City Market. While Mr. Feaster will numbers of places. In, all he found ,
,Mr. Watson dwelt at length on lila gave a spiel atacldng the State judiciary -
cost of about fifty thousand dollars. of his time in Miami, FOR EENT.Furnished cottage, twenty colonies of sea birds in localities -
spend a portion record as a member of the legislature, whom he accused of leaningto

Not one cent for this vast improvement his latest deal will by no means take for summer or by the year. Excel- where they are systematically and satisfactorily explained his attitude the corporations, y
location P. McGINLEY, sated for their plumage, a clear vio- f1
'Oi lent H.
Dade county
wll the people him away from Went Palm Beach, a Co lation of the Florida law and the on every question that presented When !Mr. Worley took his seat Mr.
Brothers
be called upon to pay, and In car- 12-lm 'McGinley Itself. In the assembly of 1897 Watson was again on his feet and f
his friends here will of the United States. His
fact which many statutes
rying on the great work and buildingup he Introduced and secured the passageof pointing his finger to the would-be t

the city of West Palm Beach, the be pleased to learn. Another ImportantReal purpose make was recommendation to locate these to places the the present primary law, and he legislator he answered all ot the ridiculous Jr,, rte ;
and
a
Florida East Coast Hallway will con- Speaking of Mr. Feaster in connection showed his hearers that at the last claims and charges in a manly pt, d

tinue the policy It has always followed '. with his iMlaml!: investment, the Estate Deal Department which of will Agriculture set apart at a Washington num-- session ot the legislature he introduced way, and he went after Worley's scalp .') I, .

Record of that city yesterday printedthe an' amendment to 'the law in great fashion. He defended the
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ber of them as perpetual breeding '
A canal will be cut from the sub- and and' other mem- t1l '
following: real estate which would give it strength names of Parkhlll
Another Important will
for the birds, where they
neged lands, emptying into Lake) "Mr. Feaster is a good business man places power; the amendment passed both bers of the State judiciary ," L4.
has been consummated, f
transfer Just be protected
Worth at a point about opposite the and understands the art of selecting Is houses, but the enrolling clerk hav- :Mr.: Worley gave a five minutes reply -

Bingham property 'some; five miles and caring for meats, andxhls pros' by which the property known as The country settled and visited the by inhabitantsare him ing left out two or three essential In which he kept the audience i i

south of the city, and along' the side pects for business in this city d'ra con- "The Keystone1 Is sold by Mr. C. C. sparsley Audubon words left It valueless and the gover- well amused, but In which no points '
hostile to the
of this great canal will be built a sidered-io be of the best Chlllingworth to Mr.: John Hartwig, intensely infringement ot nor vetoed the bill. were brought out to prove that he I'I i
and to
Society any
county road some twenty-five feet' FITTS of Newton, Ill The considerationhas what has been considered their special Mr. Watson touched on the convict was the superior of his opponent. as t

wido which will be shelled and com ,I lease system, and stated" tnat ne a legislator. 'I hAt
not ben made public, rights, and he had to' work quietly -
plated had prepared and secured the passage the introduction of Governor
\ JoeTakes the."-Keystoneand for fear of bodily harm. '
These companies propose. to commence Alligator The sale includes; a special of a bill,remedy Ing the evil that ex- Broward, the hall fairly shook with
West was
The trip to Key
the construction of a system the small cottage adjoining Ists, providing such employment for applause and for over two hours the
BrideWarren to buy a
of dikes on Clear Lake about a mile a which,! property ia situated l on Datura 1 mission, .his purpose being Warden convicts as that they would not'come governor discussed the great ever- '
Game
of
wuth of West Palm Beach'running street. It la one of they most desir- .home for a widow murdered lathe Into competition with honest labor glades drainage scheme and the con- ?

westward from three to five miles, Frazee, familiarly knownas able boarding house properties In the Guy Bradley, who.ot was his duties in 'the and at the same time working the stitutional amendment in regard to 0'1'

thence 'southward about four miles, "Alligator Joe," surprised his West city, and it Is understood that the I performance wire convicts. The bill provided for the the same, which Is to be voted on at '
leaving a
I section some time ago, '
thence eastward as far as necessary.On Palm )Beach; friends Thursday mornIng new owner will make considerable and two, small children. The money establishment of rock quarries and \the general election next November '

this dike will be built the best upon the arrival of train No. 78 improvements before*the. opening of for the purchase for this home was the working of prisoners in building The governor recalled the campaign ,''

roadway in Dade county, which will next season. Audubon good roads etc., _etc., but Governor pledges that he made two years ago I 1
with him a contributed by the various
by bringing .
be Put in condition for automobilesor from Miami, and the sum Jennings vetoed the bill. I and said that he was now endeavorIng -

any kind of truffle, and as soon blushing bride.. At !'MIami Wednes- On the occasion of the birthday of Societies of the country raisedwith which The speaker explained his vote on to fulfill his promises. He spoke '

8SI completed the roads will be for- day afternoon, ,he led to Hymen'a altar Jefferson Davis, president ot the Con- of $2,000 was purchased a nice the Crlll bill, showing that he did not I of Dade as being the banner county of ,
amount (Mr. Pearson '
mally turned over to .the county Miss Delia Louise Hamilton, a federacy, the members of the Fanny six room cotn e.In Key West, where* vote for Its passage until Section, 5, I Florida, and showed from statistics ,1 4

It Is not the intention of the comPany out Haralaon Qordon Chapter, U. D. C., of which was construed as the objec- that an acre yield In Dade was about
not quite woman
l lady yet Mrs. Bradley, beIng a
pretty young I
to lower the water in Clear have arranged to present the Crossesof indomitablewill tionable feature had been stricken; $50. while the average of the nationis
lake of her teens, who Is a daughter of Mr to the Veterans of the Con- strong constitution and 'x
this vast body being preserved Honor a living for as to the education, ot negro childrenhe $11.The.

tot the benefit of the city, but the and, Mrs, J. H, Hamilton the cere- federacy of: this vicinity. An elaborate says she can earn The home Is had prepared a bill providing that governor sold that Dade county .. y

waters of the'submerged district will mony having ben performed at the program will be prepared by herself and children. Society and the white man's taxes should educate could\ grow the finest sugar cane In I

be lowered from two to three feet,'or home of the bride's parents.; The the chapter and It Is hoped, among (deeded to the., Audubon Bradley, revert the white man's children, and the negro the world on the land now covered I
the death of Mrs
as much as will be necessary 'to reclaim marriage of "Alligator. Joe" is the other feature, to have ''Mr Edwin at should'be taxed to educate his by the everglades and this State could

the several .thousand acres of culmination of a pretty little romance Parrish deliver his oration on "The to her children own children, which bill had been produce over two hundred million

land.The which began at Joe's alligator farm Confederate! Veteran." which captured -NG TO approvd by the judiciary committee, tons of sugar before It came Into competition t'I

lands In the proposed drainage -,(on the East Side last season, when the first' medal in oratory In the LOAN PARTIES In sums HA- of $2,600 to $4,000, on but was.wlthdrawn after It was found with one'single pound. of

district are said to be the most Miss Hamilton acted in the. capacityof school closing) exercises last week. two three time, on improved that such a measure would not be in home made sugar. The everglades ot

fertile la all Florida, and the land cashier at the farm. The happy The oration, which made a popularhit one, 'City and property years can get first I accord with the constitution of the Florida la the only body of land in

companies ask the co-operation of the couple left on the evening train yes- among the sons and daughtersof I rate Jnterest by I United States :Mr. Watson explained the United States of uniform character -

People of West Palm Beach In Inducing terday for Kansas City, 'Mo., ,where Veterans, Is a tribute to the grand- security and to legal W; I, METCALF, his vote against the bill 'to reduce where one large crop can be produced I
applying
settlors' to locate! here; For Joe will exhibit the collection of Florida father of young Parrish, and Is a maOtf Attorney and Agent. pasenger tariff to three cents a mile .

immediate use, and a* .an Inducementto reptiles during the summer. |work of inspiration showing that the' railway commissionhad ''the governor spoke at length or'hlB

settlers it la the plan of the companies HEADQUARTERS petitioned the legislature to killIt plans to reclaim this vast area, ex- l

to Immediately1' pun upon the BEACH COTTAGE FOR RENT. The Girls'" Athletic Club will havea building material. ;; It 'was shown conclusively that In plained the practicability of the.undertaking
an kinds of
ale at the'' home'of Miss For
market Three-room cottage, furnished complete candy ( of the railway and altogether made a
in reasonably large parcels, ''servtcrf Sour killing the bill the life ,
ntaterlal'and prompt
one thousand acres of these lands at on ocean front, for rent ori Bertha Elliott, on Datura street next Best Lumber an<| commission was prese"e Art to the most excellent argument in. behalf of ,

125 Per acre, which Inducement must reasonable terms during summer.;I Monday 8l'enln.MaT\ 14th.. at, 7:30: motto.' East Coast Sir claim made in Worley": campaign elri his scheme.I"I .' 4'' ,r rt
Root Trail. U: O'clock, I Supply Company ,
"oeesartly.cause the. early .starting of Inquire C. A. Stone, ,


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PAGE'rWQ THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM\ BEACH, !FLORIDA SATURDAY, MAY\ 12, 1906


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THE The poll will be opened next Tuesday ing of Dade county shall receive my fI\--r-u'-\ ''''--''''_'' ._- -- -_.._ ._.. -'........-. -_ I
TROPICAL SUN. ..
THE ,
morning with n song; by the : earnest consideration/
Pioneer Pipir of O.da County Florida Respectfully
candiUnicH' choir, "0 Promise(! Me," ,
Cent
--- J. W. WATSON. 20 REDUCTION{)
PUbliabed Every Wednesday and Saturday and after the voting; places! ire SIRKINcoD1PANrh per

vT W..T PALM. a1AON.DAOI OOUHTY FLORID closed a fragment of the choir will FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT

hum "Darling: You Have Lied to /. COURT. Annual Stock-taking Sale
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, t.OO PElt TtEAR To the Democratic voters of Dade

Jn| '=,=<0|=. Me. ______..__ County:

I Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y,, A Gaud order has been issued by I'hereby present my name to the
SI'IOES voters in the coming Democratic For the next 30 days we will give 20

CHAS. B. KENDALL. Managrnr.Bnured the pnstotflce, department againstthe Primary as candidate for Clerk of the per Cent Off on our entire stock of Hard
circulation,- too mails of
-= through Court for Dade County.
at the Pontodlce of weal Pnl.n Beicl reincarnated ," under the have advanced from Having resided here for twenty-flva ware, Stoves, Sash and Doors, Paints, liar

a..ecoad alase matter name of lan and God.*," and 80 TO GO PER CENT years, I invite inquiry and Investigation ness, Agricultural Implements, Crockery

against the use of the mails by Still we are ready to show yon the of those who do not knowme Kitchen Furniture, etc. The chance of

very newest styles of Spring personally as to my reputation as
NOT AT ALL PROBABLE. life---don't miss it.
the Wilmatm Publishing Company! your
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citizen record official in
V and Summer:; a my as an
It Ie i not probable that the taxpayers and Mrs. Ada W. Powers.A years past, and my fitness and competency -

of Florida will submit to being i SHOES and OXFORDS for the office to which I aspire.If 20 per Cent Off on All Cash PurchasesRailroad

of the citizens of elected, I promise fair and court-
of mass meeting
; burdened with the expense! ; at the name old) prices. eous treatment to citizen at the for refunded to out-of-town customers buying goods
every ;
conducting the State primary elections St.. Lucie county has been called by hands ofevery person. connected with to amount of 20.00 or upwards.HalchettDaCamara.

lu fact It Is exceedingly doubtful the board of trade for Friday I May the office. ,

if such a law would stand the test 18, to be held in Fort Pierce, for the W. L. Douglas Soliciting the support of every voter

of the" cow titutlon. purpose of discussing good; roads for who considers me competent and cap- Hardware Go
Monarch Pats able. I am, respectfully,
_ In the first place, tb. enactment of St. Lucie county. This is an excellent EUGENE II. DIMICK,

such a law would mean that the thing; and we hope every village and Queen Quality West Palm Beach Fla.. Wholesale Retailers of Hardware

same privilege would have to he given hamlet ia the country will be repre- West Pam) Beach, Florida

to all political parties, and when sentetrat- this meeting by its citi- at Just what they lire marked. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
To the Democratic Voters ot Dade .... .. .
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the populists, zens, and that much good will come
the prohibitionists, Prices $8.60 to $5,00 County: --

the socialists and the republicans I from the gathering that will redownto I hereby announce myself as a can- : 10oo

come in for their "hand-out" the the credit of St. Lurie county: In didate for the office of County Commissioner -

the to come. Good roads are from the second district, JIU11KHAIII West Palm Bench. May\ B, 1000
old State would be ready to go: years
t poor Clothingat subject to the action oC!:.tha Democratic
what citizen wants and now
1' broke. every primary, and promise, If elected, per- A PREACHMENT

1 Cornmeiiting on the proposition, Is the time for expression of that closing out prices. form the duties of the office to the ABOUT TEA.

1 the Florida Sun contains the follow- wish. Lets all get in line and boost best of my ability GEO. B. BAKER. "Do we, for instance, know se we ought to know, what we're about |

fog: I the proposition: which means West Palm Beach Fla. when we're choosing a tea? Do we know what tea quality really is? Do i

for we know what intrinsic goodness in a tea leaf really means? Do we
t greater prosperity our already:
"Without doubt there will be con- COUNTY "
Top Shirts FOR MISSION.ERFIFTH know just how to go about looking for the actual quality iu a tea leaf?
$f Sid-ration at the next session of the favored dl'lotIOO.-I't.! Pierce Tribune. DISTRICT. Do we, In a word, know, just how to go about choosing between a good! '

Legislature of the State assumingthe FOR COMMISSIONER 2 for $1.25 Mr. Kirk :Munroe, of Cocoanut Grove, drinking tea and a poor drinking tea?

expense of the primary elections, District No. 3 having been unanimously nominatedfor NO: WE DO NOT!

of such characterwill To the Democratic Voters of Dade County 'Commissioner by a mass Neither do we know law or medicine, but we can employ a lawyer or a '
but that a measnre meeting of citizens, we hereby an- doctor and have at our net vice all their skill and knowledge ,

[ be passed is not likely. The County: The Sirloin Comp'yJefferson nounce his candidacy, subject to the We Have Tea Expert, who selects our tea. All his knowledge and
I take this! method of announcingmy of exerted for and that la the '
action of the Democratic primary. (Mr. years experience us reason we sell better
claim that entailed by a pri-
expense candidacy for the office of county Block tea than others for less money. (
mary campaign in a disbarment of commissioner from District No.3, Munroe baa, been, a resident of Dade Just kindly try us for tea and note the difference. As to prices, we ,
West Palm Beach Florida county for more than twenty years, have a crackerjack for 50 cents a pound.L. .
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the man from office will form subject to the action of the Demo-
poor
'" during which time he has shown an --
cratic primary. On account of being
the basis ot argument in favor of the unflagging zeal in the cause of Good W. BURKHARDT.
engaged In vegetable growing It will FINEST GROCERIES
the burden and doubt Roads, and has steadfastly promoted
State bearing ,
contention in all be impossible for me to make a per ......................... every worthy interest of our great N. B., Get our new prices on Hay, Grain and Feed.nrlt .
is true the
less that a sonal canvass of county my crop :
county. Therefore we ask for him the will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books
it does not follow demanding my attention just at this : POLITICAL :
its bearings!: yeti hearty support of all good citizens at
time. This being the case I earnestly O .OOO.00O.O'O.OO: 060'0 (}040.0
that the State Treasury can be opened the coming primary.
ANNOUNCEMENTS J i
urge all my friends to do what they i
(Signed)'W. J. SHONE
for the purpose of nominating; the can In my behalf. R. L. Wall. .....4...................: B. S. POTTER,
Broad II & Moore
candidates: of a political party FOR COUNTY CLERK. GEO. RICHARDSON, we

"Such! a course would be equivalent FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond : With full appreciation of the Committee., Registered Pharmacists

to the State paying; for two elections District:? high honors asked for and promising

a plan not likely to be endorsed Friends of William Helm, announcehis faithful performance of duties if FOR TREASURER. Agents Biltmore Cream and Olivet's Candies

cadldacy for county commissionerfrom elected, I have the honor to announce To the voters of Dade County: Out-of-town orders are given prompt attention.
by taxpayers. the Second district, subject to myself a candidate for the omce of I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

the action of the Democratic primaries Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade for renomination to the officeof Manufacturers\ of the strongest and must effective

and ask for vote In the County Treasurer, subject to the
County
your
Jlon. II. \ Crawford secretary
Clap successful businessman HORSE FLY REMEIY
Mr. Helm la a primary of May 15th. J. F. JAUDON. I action of the Democratic Primary election -

i of State:! and lion. B. E. McLin, enthusiastic for good roads, a to be held May 15, 1906. on the ruarket. SPECIAL PRICE PER GALLON

commissioner! of agriculture, have equipped to fill the ofllce. FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I C. H. RAULERSON.

issued in pamphlet form tlie census hereby announce myself as a can- Miami, Fla. Jefferson! mock WEST I'ALM HEACH

of Florida which is given by the FOR MEMBER COUNTY didate for re-nomination to the office FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.To .
BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo of Tax Collector of Dade County, subject -
counties and towns. The worn is the Democratic voters of Dade
the People of :pads County: to the action of the Democratic

complete, with the exception of Dade,, Urgent request for use of my name primaries. T. N. GAUTIER. County: D. ALLEN
I hereby announce myself
as a
cninbia' and Orange. counties, at the coming Democratic Primaryas Miami, Fla. can-
didate for the office of County Com-
omitleJ. In the a candidate for membership In the
which are entirely missioner the second district of REAL
frpm> ESTATE AGENCY
county board of public instruction, FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To .
crse of Orange as well as Kscamblu, Dade County, subject to the will of
finds me not well equipped either as the Democratic Voters of Dade
satisfactory reasons are given by partisan or as office-seeker. But It III County: the the coming Democratic primaries.voters: as expressed at City, Suburban and Country

the State officials for the delay, but true that I have had some experienceas I hereby announce my candidacy for

in the case of Dade county there an educator; and if, aa such, the the position of tax collector of Dade West Palm Beach PAUL, Fla.C. JONES. Property for Sale and Rent

people want my service \la the modest County, subject to the action of the
to be no good reason except
seems but important office Indicated, I knowof Democratic primaries to be held May West Palm Beach, Florida
that the census enumerator has sufficient for refusingthis FOR COUNTY CLERK.To ,
no reason 15th My past official record Is well
simply neglected his duty. The service. I do not feel the lure known to the voters and I believe the Democrats of Dada County:
I take this, method of
the of office, and I can not contend for should I be elected they will not be announcingmy +
enumerator oo kIt
was appointed upon candidacy for the office of 7aoleolaotao7eoteolltoleo.oleo.neo.oleoaoxoiaoiaoiaoiso7ao t o iaoiao
office; but I stand ready ta respondto disappointed In the quality of the ser County at o enet0 atOk o tRO1tOK01tOlt O eOt;Vat0e:0: atoatu ROKO= ROIRORaKOKaR0Oo
recommendation of the State Senator Clerk, subject to the action of the
any reasonable request to serve. vice performed by me. T. J. HARDEE. ,
and Representative from Dade The rest la up to you. Democratic primary, and will appreciate lio ot R

in Miami, Fla. W. W. Farls. any support that mjr friends can Ho 00
county, and the oftlcial present : ,
.
1 FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.To give ma. Respectfully, ) H 01 00

iotf; the matter/ do nol hesitate to FOR SCHOOL, COMMISSIONER. the Democratic voters of Dade Z. T. MERRITT. 23S3 o J,'

blame where It ,. County:
place the belongs The friends of J. R. Anthony, Sr.,
I take this method of announcing FOR CLERK>. TILE CIRCUIT FURNITURE ;:
g It is a shame thut Dude iu not represented hereby present his name as a candidate o V
myself as a candidate for the office oi COURT. VoVO 00
and some one should be for Member of the County Board County Clerk of Dade County, subject Believing that my service for the 0.1$ 00II
of Public Instruction from the second
yV called to account for it. to, the action of the Democratic primary past five years as Chief Deputy In the
District of Dade County, subject to STORED II
F. W. IIAHN. office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
the action of the Democratic primary. 35
qualifies me for tiles position, I herewith o t ,- I!:

r'' McPherson, of Stuart, is the FOR COUNTY TREASURER. respectfully announce my'candidacy KoO 1 -- -- I
NOTICE.In for Clerk of the Circuit Ho
choice of the people of the north end To the voters of Dade County: Court,
commissioner' from County Judge's Court Probate Jurladlcton Having been Identified wit1 Dad.tCounty ;> ,subject to the approval of the Demo a We. store Furniture, or any article ;Ss,
of the county for Dade County, State of Florida.In cratic Primary: S. O. FITTS. 23
since 1895 having done tne
t the fli'dt district, a .f fact which, was the :Matter of the Estate of PatienceP. very best I knew how; as an individual 23 of Merchandise, for any -length of time, r

evidenced by their unanimous appeal Ward Deceased. citizen, to make It a prosperous FOR ASSESSOR 23OX by the month or year. ya
Notice !ia hereby given that on the To the Demoffatlo Voters of Dade
for bin appointment; by the county; having- lived at both ends of
second day of JulyA.. D. 1906, I shall County: KoO o<
the county, and having filled a public 1 ___ -
beena --------------- "2
governor.: lie would now have present my accounts for) final settle- I will be a candidate for renomlna- Ko olsi
office the
(so that people may know o. .
member of the board had it 'not ment and apply for my discharge as whether I do BO conscientiously) 1 ion for the office of Tax Assessor at o Minimum charge for any one article !- M a
executrix: of the Estate and of the Last the; coming Democratic
primary election
been for the "smooth, and u trul politician now otter myself as a candidate for ".0 '
; Will and Testament of Patience P. and respectfully solicit your sup- 88 twenty-five cents per month.
who has the office of County Treasurer, subjectto o!
a "pull"witb
of this
city -
I WarO deceased, to the County. Judge, the Democratic primary. I need Port. Respectfully. ifb -
t ih the governor, and who had at Miami Dade County, Florda. GEO. O. BUTLER. 0" ---- oWe
every vote that I can get and trust ko to
reasons of his own for not wanting VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT, that my friends, whether in the city -- 85 to 01
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. also pack goods shipment
to see the wishes of the people carried or country, will not forget me on the I announce OA
hereby
ment of Patience P. Ward, deceased. myself as a candidate ?j
day of the primary,. In for any part of the
return o
1 out. A vote for McPherson will H. PIERRE BRANNINO for the office of County Commissioner country.Experienced.China. ,
which I promise if elected to (fo
,
per- o
; Attorney for Executrix. from, the First District of oJi -
be vote misplaced.
not a ,, $$3
form the duller of the office, with'sa "; 0 -- --- --------- ---------
Dade County Florida
subject to the
much courtesy, accuracy and promptness decision
of the
coming Democratic
r STOP GRUMBLING as I give to my private business. Packer. ;;,
primaries.
h Th mutter t of selecting; a Board of o .
if you suffer from Rheumatism or GEO. G. CURRIE.Vest .- CHAS 85 No
W. McPHERSON.Stuart o'
County t Commlsnioner one of the ( Palm Beach Fla. -- --------- -
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment Florida :23fS -- ---- _0
most important ii not the most important will bring quick relief. It Is a sure ,

a that will come before the cure for Sprains. Rheumatism, Con- FOR REPRESENTATIVE. FOR COUNTY cQ\;[ nSSIONE$. McGINLEY BROS. CO. oYo |

t p ot Dade County nt the primary tracted muscles and all pains-and To the Citizens of Dade County: A. LeA Allen, candidate for County !
voteI'II within the roach ot all. Price :23c! I hereby announce my candidacy Commissioner for the Fourth District, J! oYa /

t election u.*re Tuesday. and the DOC, $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, Tex., I for' the position, cf Representative subject to the action of the Democratic Opposlte'School i House "ol 2

w people who want to see good sound writes: ''I have used Ballard's Snow from I Dade County. To ;you I submit rlmarles. I stand for: I alo

i business! Judgment: displayed) had! LIniment In my family for years and I the question of my qualifications ta Good roads. J ,a roo

have: < found: it a fine remedy for all j represent ;you in that capacity. If Strict following of the law J "
I', decide\ to try a change of diet
better pains and aches. I recommend I It for Dominated at the ensuing primary, Equal'rlg&ts to air and special privileges J',*

r..rl along tbia line for the nex two pains In the chest. Sold by A O.UegeL hall devote, my best efforts to,, ;your j to none. A. LEE ALLEN. ,)>'.o T i-J

ar; 'service and the welfare and up-build- (Miami, Florida. Ieoleotsolso7aoteoYto7eotaaLtolaetaotsa okorostoatostostokoKCRAO! .":aM ..
years.
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SPEAKER CANNON A HOG' A-VVORD Colored LawnsOrgandies f


ITE present [Copyright,1800.by McClure Phillips &; Co.JIt ;

speaker of the was generally believed In the Classified advertisement in this column \

house, Joseph Q. vlllngo of Grafton that Deacon Still- at one cent per word for each in-,
T' Cormou.has well and the widow Carter would sertlon. Count the words and send the

L er posed as a' make a match of It after the deacon's cash along with the order. arid

-humorist, but In year of mourning wan up. I
the old days he One year and two weeks and seven MONEY TO LOAN.

sent the house hours after his
wife's
death the deacon
YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT S.i
r.i h r off Into a rouros sauntered around to the widow's gate IF want to Improve and need money often ns any, of a Sunday evening. lie wait In bis to do it with apply to Oeo. G. CUl fie,
I :' oilier one member best clothes and he had made up hIs West Palm Beach. '
/" and lie still\ mind to pop the question and have the As the warm weather beginto ''
1 set. -- approaches you .1 1
dosettoccnslonally day The widow sat on the\ veranda

even from whacking at thebugs and files DO YOU LOVB>: feel the necessity of something cooler some .. '
1: the choir. It In and be took a seat beside her. your baliy? You wonder why he ; {, .>. <

VucleJoe'emanner As a prelude ha began to tell her cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream cool material to make up into kimonas house '

us well as about the drought In Texas, and he had Vermifuge and he will never cry. ,

what that lie creates Nays got cow along wanting as far a drink as to bad state to that walk every 100 Moat babies have worms, and the dresses and dresses for street wear. If you are {; .'

mirth. Some miles for It when the widow rOMe up mothers don't know it. White's in need of wash would "" :';
any summer goods we .
one described with a cry. She bad espied a hog lu ; Cream Vermifuge rids tbe child of f

him whey In action her back garden. It was a spotted\, I worms and cleans out Us system In a be pleased to show you our full stock of these
us an aul- bog and his snout was playing hob pleasant way. Every mother should '

mated katydid. among her Early .Rose potatoes He keep a bottle of this medicine in the both in colors and in white. i ; '
,
The speaker bad burst his way In from the alley ,
house With it
fear
need never en :
_","""".'m,., when very modest nAked and to without both day reference and had to already Its being rooted the up Sub a ter her mind Price 20o." Sold by We have the assortment to suit all occas- I'' : :

his life wrote this dozen bills. A. 0. Rlegel.Sl '
of
give an account : ions all tastes and every '
"Mr. Caution was born of God fear- "It's- hog In the gardenr' she explained >oll..,l 1H. gckouit. purse. :

lug and man ]loving parents. He made as she turned to the deacon Among the creditors of un. Insolvent

himself and did a darn poor Job at It." "Yes, I see, and I'll soon have him firm was a New Yorker who had a bal '
$ Flowered Effects for Kirnonas'
out of that. ance of $235::! coming to him. This man Large

Uncle Joe has a cigar lu his) mouthat It Is said that every person born has wanted his money. lIe was a good

all times except when asleep when an antipathy. The deacon had one, talker and persuaded the firm to pay $ ,
occupying the chair or when eating. and It was hoffs. He always had two him off In case he could get the other Small Figures and Dots for Street and House Wear ; r '
or three In the and he never
pen
Representative Longworth recently creditors to grant un extension of time
brought back frpm Cuba a cigar eighteen missed giving them sly whacks when So he called a meeting of the creditors $
of the best Huvnna occasion offered. To be Interrupted as talked to them eloquently about '
made and
Inches long A Complete Range of Prices In All Designs from Five Cents :
Up :
tobacco and presented It to Can he was by a bog, and that on Sunday the prospects of the tlrm getting on Its

non Uncle Joe took It, smelled of it, to boot made his blood boll. He feet again If It only 1mA vlaie.: lie 1
turned It over and over caressed It might have to race that porker aroundfor seemed to have won out when llttlo """ ""' 1 +49r1+b O/ +9+ y

lovingly and then said: fifteen minutes before finding out old man In the back of the room rose

"By gum, "'Nick It looks good enough whether the widow would say yes or' and In a squeaky voice declared that

to put cream on and eat"A no when the real pinch came. he, for one, wanted his money and did
"I think It's one of Perkins' bogs," not want to wait for it. "pou't you BR NNING BROSIMEMBER i

and Inexperienced speaker said the widow. the deacon !slid! \. off think It Is rather selfish of you to Interfere
young the veranda and looked around for a with this plan In which all of the
sitting near Mr. Cannon at a banquetwas
club. other creditors have agreed asked /
called on to respond to a toast. "It doesn't make any difference who the \first mnn. "We are willing\ to wait i. \VBST: PALM BEACH
started out In this fashion: LAMES'FdiC11ANTb' OUCFICCERS ;
He opinion Is that the owns him, he's in :pour garden." for the amount of our claims.] Everyone 11I ASSOCIATION! y
"Gentlemen, my
"
"You don't mean you'll kill him? of us. Including myself believes
of mankind In general Is
generality "I'll break every bone In his body!I" that this firm should have plenty of
disposed to take advantage of the WEST PALM BEACH FLH. i 1 1aY6il'1
generality of- There was a grimness about the time. How much Is your claim, anyway $ ,
;
here Uncle Joe Interrupted"him. deacon that the widow had never seen ?" In the same piping voice the
before but before she could say any answered "They' owe me <
little old man : vt. ,vwwvi
"Sit down, son, he said.! "You are \
coming out of the same hole you went thing further he set off with a club In $ls::,OOO. How much Is your claim?"
his linnd. The hog bad his bead turned -

la At"\ the other way and was very busy, and The Tomb Spider.
Wsst 1aZm 1Jsao1l. Wintsr .JlotsZJ
'the first thing he knew he received : The people of Italy believe\ In the ex-
Champ Clark of :Missouri one day
such across the back that he istence of a wonderful creature which
a thump
came loptag down the center aisle of Pleasantly located on the lake front,
supposed an apple tree bad fallen on foJ.tho\ want of a better name Is called The Holland
the house rocking from side to side,
Lake
'fine view of
commanding ti
him. He took a skate for a few rods the tomb spider. The entomologistsknow I I
but getting distance- a surprisingrate. and then turned about and sow the nothing of this,queer beast and i Worth and the Royal Poinciana ,J it

"There's. Clark," mused Speaker Can man and his club. declare that It only exists In the fancy I West Palm Beach },
Anybody who thinks a hog has no of the superstitious persons and those Every convenience and comfort atLDLookwoodProprietor
non. "Look at him travel. If he had
makes It
feelings will get left. He knows the whose curiosity or business
bad four feet he would have been moderate
a prices
old
difference between a square deal and necessary for them to explore ruins -
:
camel a sneak and when he Is humiliated he tombs catacombs etc. According a- A Select Boarding-House of "

A delegation once called on the feels revengeful. It didn't take this Ito the popular account the tomb spider -fI\\ I t' 0 t t a r0 High Order
white color has wings garQr CJ
particular hog over ten seconds to realize Is of n pure Located on Olive St., near
speaker In favor of a certain measure.lie that he had been played low down like those of a bat, n dozen horrid \ the Lake Front I' 1 i
assured them that he favored It.
and to decIde on a course of action crooked logs and a body three or four elaWe're Klnotrlo Light. hot and Bold bath.,and oilier modern convenience. Tabl.. nervlceHie ,, y ''r "
"Uowever, gentlemen, he added, "it that of the largest r
IIe was near the hole ho came In at, times the size of bent !Cat..illS to ill e a week, Correspondeao".olIeited. 11'
la always hard to tell what the house but be started on a run for the house. tropical American tarantula. The accounts ,, Mil, l'UAN K I>ARtIN; < Proprietress ? ,
will do. God only knows, and some- of this queer Insect and his out You
he squealed as he ran. for ll'l
Wailing
times I doubt If ho knows what the Moreover of the way places of abode are by no OPEN ,
The squealing of a hog on a quiet
Senate will do." will means common and on that account In and have talk with about l House JeffersonBlock
Sunday evening In any community whichwe I' to come a us Seagle ,
bring out anxious Inqulr rs. The deacon the lnformatlon"\concernlnar\, him banking./ Not tbat we want you to'' ,
When\ President Roosevelt was remodeling but he went racing after will be able to give is very meager. learn the business, but because we want No. I v,
It
the White House the side- knew around the Any Italian will tell you that such a I to do business with you. We're pros "A HOME AWAY FgOfl HOME"Centrally b'

board bought by President hayes was his victim. Ha dodged and finally got creature exists, however and that he la pel'lnjlo1l1It< with increased facilities for located. nail 1 neap Lake Worth. Cool, airy rooms best table service i a
old. This action Congressman John fruit trees in his race occasionally met with In old mines ana caring for business want you to Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month ll 4 4F
blow. It was
to deliver\ a
Wesley Gaines denounced 'la a long, near a blow enough meant to kill the porker so caverns as well as in tombs and subterranean Prosper With Us V. BEAGLE ProprietorBf1iggs ''rile ,
loud and eloquent speech ruins .
stone dead that not a single bristle Banking with itS doesn't mean "get NOW OPEN sal
Mr. Cannon took the floor to reply. ; Ir
would stir after the club came down rich-quick" but a steady, healthful e
lie feelingly alluded to the fact that GaldumKb'B Showy Clothe Cottage A Select
but It missed the hog's nose by an inch growth of wealth.
Abigail Adams had once hung a clothesline Goldsmith was ]ludicrously fond of Winter Home
\ aud dried her wash lu. the east and bit a tree. showy clothes. When ha sought to Anything In the blnklntine\ can be I
room. "Have you killed yourself? demand take orders In Ireland ha tried to dazzle safely done through. Will\ be pleasedto Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking. No consumptives Taken t,

"Where, )lr. Speaker," said Uncle ed the widow from the end around of the : his bishop by a pair of scarlet see you.DADE Evernla Street, Near Lake Worth, West Palm,Beach, Florida

Joe, In an Impassioned voice "where Is" and veranda flirted as his the smarting deacon danced\fingers In the breeches. While studying medicine in : COUNTY STATE BANK MRS H. E. BRIGGS, Proprietress l
that clothesline today?" Edinburgh he wore "rlob sky blue ---- -------- --

The effect of GaInes' speech was air. ,. shouted satin," "fine sky blue sballoon" and West Paloi Beach, Florida. NOW OPEN

wallowed\ up In the roar that fol "Blast the blamed hog! was silver hat lace Before Johnson Reynolds The I Keystone Uatura Street, near ; ,

lowed. In reply.v. and GarrIck he strutted about Center of Town (i'' ,
"Why. Deacon Stlllwelll""I bragging, of his bloom colored coat

Cannon Is Inordinately fond of green say blast him. and I'll break with his and when his reputation had been J. B. McGINLey An Ideal Family Hotel. Good home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms. '

corn lie often tolls a story of stopping blamed back before I get through made by his two principal poems ho Hot and Cold Baths and modren Improvements. Rates $2.00 per day, special rates 4 ;; i i
at an IlllnoU hotel and eating;corn Urn!" blazed forth In purple silk small clothes, by the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK Prop., West Palm Beach Florida yp 1
until There was another chase after the a scarlet greatcoat and a physician'swig.
the cobs were stacked Into a great Funeral Director
The porker took a turn, around carried gold headed cane, NOW OPEN
hog. He a
pyramid beside his plate. The landlord
eyed the proceeding until be could the front yard doing all the damagehe and a sword hurts by bIll side a weapon r.' Z t1S e:oteaae Clematis Ave
stand ]It no longer. Approaching Can. could to the flower beds, and as the so dlsproportloned to his] almlnutlvo and S1Tt Two blocks 't
half a dozen people west of R. R.
non who was unknown to him, he deacon pursued him stature that a coxcomb: : who passed _
blurted out: were looking on and commenting. him in the strand called out to his Large airy rooms. Battt and other conveniences. Table as good as the best.
He knew It, but be continued the race. companion to "look] at that fly with a Embalmer Rates $5 a week to home people; transient rates $r per day. .
do
"Buy, stranger, what In thunder What will not a man do to get even long pfn stuck through, it."-Sartorial I West Palm Beach, Fla. MRS. C. P. CROSBY /
you want to board at a hotel for? The
place for you to put up at Is a livery with a hog When both there had reachedthe was a Art Journal.A Both licensed by tbe State to embalm
vines agaIn
stable.fodder Is Don't you know that green tremendous potato effort on tho deacon's partto Woman In Morocco and prepare bodies for shipment CITY MEAT MARKET .
a dum sight cheaper In a
tragedy out of hand. He of woman in Morocco Is
barn than In a houso?" finish the AU the life a assistant
set his Jaw, drew a long breath and really passed behind the walls of its Lady T. A. FEASTER, Proprietor. '

struck with all his might The hog prison-like houses. She sees nothing,
Here la another western hotel yarn wasn't there, and the deacon fell among knows nothing. Is wholly sunk in Igno Florida f.id Western Steuta Poultry, Game and Eggs.'t'

told by the speaker: He had tried to the vines and rolled over. Confused rance. She hOB no social life no afternoon I w&vtt Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention, ,
rest In a hammock out on the lawn as be was he heard the widow chuckle "at home." A writer says: "Mostof / r ?*&P-
but had been driven out by the flies. and then and there he vowed that she the ladles' calls are roof td root visitations JefferbOn Block WEST PALM BEACH :
On complaining (to the ]landlord that he at iX3f eSfri
When
should never be- his wife. and very nimble they are .
worthy told him that he should quo the rose up he felt the strength of a giant getting over the low partition walls &t -- --- -

hammock In hammock hours-from 12 and the fleetncss\ of a race horse. He even dragging a ladder tip and down --- -
to
2 o'clock each day took the trail of the hog and ran It so with them !If there are high\ ones to be
"WhY. are there no flies around the close that the porker bad to make a crossed. The reason Is .that the roofs SUMMER HOTEL. CHICAGO
hammock between 12 and 21" asked to especially reserved -
Uncle rush up the steps of the veranda or. rather, terraces are
Joe. his bacon.It for women folk and. men are
"Oh" he rejoined "at that timethey're save, the widow had stood still be would not even allowed to go up' xlept to do HOTELi DEL p ADO
{
all In the dining room!' have passed her, but of course she repairs when the neighboring houses

lumped around and got in hIs way and are duly warned."
The Sage of Danville uses languagp 'he; mode a dive at her feet and broughther A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.

that\ Is sensational and warm. In fact down. While she lay screamingthe The most famous strike breakers lathe Located butwoon WniOiliiytnn nml MuillHnn. Avenue, fronting on tile MidwayBouiuvard '

he swear like a pirate. After an old deacon was coming to the rescue. land are Dr. King's New Ute : : adjoining the Chicago University dl

\Quaker ba/1 heard several explosions: : of He leaped up on the veranda Just as Pills. When liver and bowels go on I CUpID IS ft Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People

Cannon profanity he Inquired: the hog had decided to take the backtrack strike they quickly: settle the trouble I From $30 to $-40 Week. ,
per
'Joseph, wilt thee take some advIce and there was another collisionand and the purifying work goes DRIVER
from me?" another human being thrown DAPPER Twolvs nilnntiiH from Down Town via Illinois Central Railway
right on. Best cure for constipation
"Why, certol y.". down. Six neighbors were on hand All Train atop at 6jrd Street, to which all B.rSalf.( should b. Check d. a

"Well, then thee bad better lea thy before the two people hod arisen.. and headache and_ dizziness.; 25o at all And bRn dies the reins In smart fash. BRADLEY & \JMUSHI' VB, Pl>opt>l.tOI>..

language or take out a posthumous lIre the hog had disappeared through the druggists. ion. el t'a his delight( to bvnrd" our
insurance New Year's ----'"" -- -.
along
pollcyr'let bola In the fence. dclivry wagon/
"Wldder Carterl" exclaimed] the dea THE LIFE INSURANCE time to distribute our

his speaker has many invitation to con as he stood puffing like a home muddle has started the public to Choicest Earth Groceriesto H. N. Burhuns Pres. E. A. Tldd, Vice 1'rea.V.. W. Tldd.Sec. and Texas ,
name be used In advertising ci- and his (ace as red as paint thinking. The wonderful success on

gave, -whiskies of, etc., but when the representative "Deacon Stlllwelll" she thought exclaimed] of that has met Ballard's Horehound theme who buy them. Florida Orange Grove Realty Co. f
an underwear company flashed at the
a* her eyes in Its crusade' on Coughs, Leave order and Will have
Syrup
naked for the privilege of using a picture being \flung down by a hog. an we If you fan/re an Orange Grove, Grape FruUtGrotre.: PAeap.ple Grove or Lemon
of Mr Cannon togged out In a "I'll never come Into your houseag'Inr' Influenza\ Bronchitis and all Pulmonary him rein up at your door In an hour Grove that yon want to sell, write us and we will show' yon how WE SELL.
union' suit of underwear Uncle ;JOB trouble*-has started the public to deliver your purchase. \ GROVES. No. *7 Hogan Street

drew" the line "Nobody wants you tol" to thinking of this wonderful preplj- P. 8.: -Pricesare a shade lower. R forenoo:Atluptlo. NnUnnnl Bank ntJnoti"nU1o. Jacksonville Florida

"Never" he cried-"never will I com "Yo -*-you"- ration They are all using It. Join FABER BROS. .
pete for pulchrltndlnom laurels with awomuna "And youyou"And the.procession 'and down with sick .

ae \ dead woman too, the Venus they have never mp rried. The ness. Price 2Gc, 60o and $1.00. Sold Market and GrocervmanWFST Subscribe for the 'Sun
1\l\Io.-l.n the the lies betwe-u '
back.pageR of magzinesF shadow of a spotted hog \ FLORIDA ,
them M..QUAD. by A., O. Rloge]. PALM BEACfr -

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FOUR THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MAY ,12 1906

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; OFFICIAL CALL Precinct No. 13.-Henry Gossman, l HAD CLOSE CALL I For Florida East Coast

William Anderson, J. Castello. In- "A dangerous surgical operation Commissioner Railway

l''. For Democratic Primaries In spectors; 'H. A. Proctor clerk; polling involving the removal of a malignant flailroad ,

place school house. i ulcer as large as my hand from my

JI!' DadeCounty. "Precinct No. 11-Inspectors: W. A. daughter's hip was prevented by the Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1906.

Scott R. Blackwelder and J. F. Sax application of Buckleu's Arnica SOUTM-BOUND-READ/ DOWN NORTH-BOUND..READ UP.

#1, A meeting Of the Dade County on. Clerk R. Horn Polling place Salve" says A. C. Stlckel of Miletus -

Democratic Executive Committee was Saxon's store. W. Va. ";Persis'4nt use of the Salve N.. e0 No 29 STATIONS. 11I0. 78 Na;OBDail :

k held at Miami Fla., on the 14th deli Precinct No. 15.'--M.. A. Marshall(! completely cured it." Cures Cuts ., Daily Daily .-DNIy

i S. M. Alsatrook A. C. Frost Inspectors Burns and Injuries. 2Re at all drug 1oroI'm\ -\921uira(. -, LV,.......................Jaakeonville.....?................Ar 7 25pms 11-';;
March 1900 pursuant to adjourn ....................8uulllJI\ckIW0.11Io..Lv 7 171)1u 847on
s ; R C. Stanley clerk; polling gists. o 7 081'1102t1B.n input 1040"111 ...?..................st: .AlIlfu.Un..__.........._. .". a 11'1'10 7 arm,'
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ment. r ... ......._.. .DIUIIIIII/ ? ? 81pm e n
Tr'' place school house. 768pm 11 abwm ...?.......... ..........]Last Pnlutks........r................ ? II 2npm__ r.. ,',m880pm
The following call for a primary The voting shall be by ballot on Remy Magnetos, $15.00. Beat made r n! Wm x-::...................... I:ii. "' ks..v?.*................. 155pir i llU-
to-wlt furnished by the State and at Fowler Bros & King's.Fine T 4upm\ 11 loam Lv................?.......... Pnlatka.! ,,..?....................,Ar 114fiIJl '_ _.0 I bnr36pt1i : ..
; election waa'' adopted : tickets Y" .... ... A6............ ........Sl1n 1II.loo..1.v .... 1'1.' 1 ..,, '
j L Notice la hereby given that there County Executive Committees and at T.J.APPLEYARD: ........ 6'16em Iv, ..........................Bnn' Mateo. .........................Ar 92epm'.p .. ..
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F ,,1 will be a Democratic Primary Election the close of such election the Inspectors line of latest style visiting \ rBipw' 1R n a-pm Lv.. .............................I"l'ont............................ .. 428pTn ';" :'""
and Clerk shall proceed to can cards and latest In letters at The See that you matktJIket P 48r.a 1 181)01 ........................... Orll1ol1d....._..................... ".. B N1pm' I "
election districts 1 : ....._................... Daytona" ......-.................. .lrpIII. 4 i I'"
held In the several Tropical Sun. Call and OitstVow 10 : llpll1 ?
It see sample like O2pm .. .... ... ......... ?
vass tLe vote In accordance with the 1 8/11'111/ ........... ....... fort orange..... .. B ar., 4.\
1, of Dade County Fla., on ;May 15th forward 'For 10 lapnl 2OOpm: At,.,..."......?.........Now_ IImyrulL................ ...... 81npm_ _41 I uu1086)jm "n
r, State law and shall at once RaIlroad CommIasf.oDCZII: ..............',.... l
11 loam 4 dlpm ...................... )1.lIkell..l"n. Cv Wpm "j-1 ,
100G, and,, it: necessary on June 12th. the returns to the Chairman of the for two. 11 team 4 (161'111 Ar''".?..__..... OranROCity............... ...... .. 12 (.ollln, 8' ,'ImIL ':
GEO. HASLEHURST & M 40l1m OOpm ............... Orange. Uty\ 1..otlOI1 .............- ...Pt :.Ir.I'1n -.E..' "m1040pin
u 1905 for the nomination of all Democratic County Executive Committee. T J. APM.BYARD. R IUlun .......................:};w8yruq................... i. aiitpmfl ", 4'' ",n-
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The assessment to be paid by the :401.m ................ Unklull ? .. 240pm, J ,
candidates. State and County to Contractors and BuildersP. 11 61pm 101.1n lapin Ar......................... 1.II".vlllo........................... 20-1': ;'nn' : '::1'1
various candidates shall be as follows: 7 -Uf"; .,.,
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be voted for by the Democratic elec- Representative ... ...... ......$ 25.00 O. BOX 304 ifl BOlIn iiu, &11 Stem SOpm Lvt.Art..H......,.................. !! I..i Ar 5 rdlpra II I un"Ti
election to be held 0 ..........l...' 'ltnnvlle.................. ......Ar 2061\1'" 1m
tors at the general Clerk of Circuit Court ........ 150.00 tlpiu, 8 10pm .. ... .................. Cocoa ............ ......Lv 1 "III"
I''' 12 Siam IIIpm ...? ................RouklodRe................. ..... 1 2Upn1 I" ,
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November Cth 1908 and to be appoint- Tax Assessor .... .... ........ 75.00 12 Siam 42"p'8 .IllIn" '' .....MM.........._'... ......E... (/11111..... .. ....?..... ....... 1 12 I Iii'''' I ,- ,"m q101am
4, by the Democratic Governor of the Tax Collector .... ............ 75.00 L. A. WILSON 118am 4 8ol.m .. ................ ..1.: ..lolbo".no.........?..?..??_ 12 U7)JIn) I I m
...........................(oIob..Ulln.. .........?............... ". 11 "IIIR I 1':' ,
}- State; between the date of holding County Treasurer ..... ........ 75.00 MANUFACTUUKH!: OV PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I 2 4KIIIO BOllm d 6IOpm Wpm ............;.......... 8t. Lnnlo. .......................... ... 10 ;.K..... I u :'t,
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d ........_..............Fort i hroe. WIU" :II m
such primary election and the holdIng County Commissioner ........ 10.00 B sham a 161'In ..... .._..... .....Tlbbaile............................".. 10170111 11 '
A. D. 1908. 10.00 Boots and Shoes LAW. B slam B S7pll1 _- ..__..............Eden .............................. .. III 1:111111: U'' iq
of the primary election Member Board Public Instruct 8 40ILm Sham d 41pm 40pm ...........................,.Je..o, ?.,.._................._ 10011.111 1'n\ '
The following officers are to be Justice of the Peace .......... 5.00 O. CIIILLINGWOKTUATTORNEY B B Slam d 87pm .............._._ ......8tuart........ .... ... 10 Ova.., I Iq In420am
C T ......................Uob..80..nt ...,................, \9 aisle Ic''' 'wn4dOam ,'
nominated at said primary election Constable ... ..... ............ 1.00 Repairing in All Kinds of Leather: 40pm 28pm ".-.._............ We,1 Jnptre............-........... IKIIIR i0''"',' iud
B "..................,,\Veet I".ltn Doael. .................... 84r"nn '", nl
lo-wit: County!: Fish and Game Warden 6.00 Good. Neatly Done, AND COUNSELLOR Them 1'pm .......... ........... Doyntou ......._......... ........ 82tlnlR "j 'yin
One Representative In Congress of Registration ... 6.00 'alin o 11411.m M.m 841pm B I\lp.o .'..._....?._.M._........... Dolray ...............,............. .". B 19.11 6 ,10
Supervisor West l Beach l-'la. _... ......._.Jort La..derdal..................... 7 2t1..1R. 7 pise
Second Congressional District All candidates are required to file a 8 67am 411110. 9 9 47pm 40pm I...._.?...................... DIIOIII _......?...............". 7 1Oani.. 7 oat
I Indian Tanned Buckskin LO. Q. CUUUIK 9 r\$ ...... ._...........:.. 1a11nod"le....................... 7 O"1I1n' .. 'ii7Bmm
4' Two Justices of the Supreme Court written application to have his name G 7 001110 pin ....?.................LenionCiyy. .............?........ ei'nut' .. 1
102tlpm Ar..........._............,..Miami......................... 'Lv 0 aau: ,i.e i.
Two Railroad Commissioners. the official ballot on the 4 !IO..m) 10 BOpm .. .. .. ............ .
appear upon Attorney and Counsellof-a.t-La.fv .... ... > ._ ......... ... I
and Horsehide Shoes UOaln)) ?" ? L.l.-.1 .. .................Itr...... .... .
a One 'Member of the House of Representatives. blanks furnished by the committee, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, 10 aonUT .................. .. .1. I I pnDallyarlor .

i accompanied with the fees above Bet .. -
1'. tANNING 20 and 78. Duff.t Sleeping Can Oil train.DD and ,
f... One Clerk of Circuit Court for un- forth with Geo. P. Bull of OJus Florida FOR TENDER FEET H. anud grains

expired term. Secretary and Treasurer of the Olive St North of New Jefferson Bio Attorney and Counsellor-a0-Law, 140.23 No.19 Non 18"1'IQ.l0 ::110.2010.22,,' 34

r One County Assessor of Taxes. County Democratlo Committee on or (Oflloe over flank. end No.2t 0"11, No.17 No.16 MAYPORT BRANCH. S.eilY" ,nil

One Tax Collector.One before the 26th day of April, A. D. 1906. WEST PALM BEACH FLA Sun. Deily sun.Dully Dally sun.Dully. / Dally Dally I

County Treasurer. The Democratic County Executive .!!;!! --- r
For Sale MEDICAL AND SURGICAL II P 810p 2Wp1000aL'f..Jnrkennvllle...........Ar 7P0. lInn: 1"9M"
f, Five County Commissioners. Committee shall meet on Monday. May 84tp 081'1008. ........SOuthJnokuonvlllo..Lv. 061a 8n7n12 ''.
6112p Slap ............Unbloltench............ d20a $9ail'" 1'10Ntp '
Three Members of County, Board oft 21st, 190S at the County Court HouseIn I7 U. HOOD :31. I> 1080p ) IIII0p 24OpiOBna 245p 104la' ..........AU..ntlo Dus0h.......... 81AR 711'11 171 I I p" I''
Public Instruction. Miami Florida and publicly can- I 11 106U > T r.d GlOp 118Dp B OUp 11 OOa A............... Mavnort ...............Lv OOOn 74oa12an' .'.!. _:. I''

One Supervisor of Registration.One vass the returns and declare what Sherman's Point I Olllce over PHYSICIAN Potter's AND bicycle SURGEON store, WEST PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAIISIII' CONNECTIJNS AT iAf.I.:I.

Member Member of the Dade candidates are nominated by a majority PALM BEACH Residence near Royal --
ei County Democratic Executive Committee vote for each county office and in Po.ncln.na Hotel PALM UliACH. 13.1 Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamship of the P. & 0. S. S. Company lor
!Lake Worth.Nea'r
for Precincts Nos. 14 and 7, what cases a second primary will on U.1'uTTEti.1)
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p Havana and Key WestTwo
respectively.One have to be held. .
Best
Justice of the Peace and One Attest:' W. A. FILER, Fishing 8-28-98: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Sailings Each Week.

Constable in such districts as have GEO. P. BULL, Chairman. DENTAL
Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfer
vacancies. Secretary.Dr. Twenty-eight acres of Land suitable --.-- -
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D1 R.lI.MACY. lm.J.N.1 EWMANON.
? One Fish and Game Warden. These Time Tables show the tlrae at whloh trnlni may bn eipoctmS: d;'Inl I. """i
The rules governing said primary Armstrong Coming. for Pineapples Fruits and Vegetables MACr & NEWMAN sotIithisVump.nltoSohebireeapomlblet4wyodelaY*or coyuoaa..,.,tucur.| < 01 t 1 it,,. I

election shall be the same as those "" 300 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit, DENTISTS .
Iniormu
; Other I
Dr. E. H. Armstrong of Jacksonville For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or
adopted by the Democratic Executive; Office In Jefferson Block
Is his next professional Oranges Bananas, Onavas-in full THE 'TICKET AGENT."
Committee at their meeting held In making WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA "SEE

Jacksonville on february 21th, 1908 visit down the East Coast and will be bloom. One thousand feet cf Lake J. -D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l. Pas*. Agt., ST. AtOL.J: '' ., .HA
j. I:. LIDDY
for governing State Primaries so far In Fort Pierce on May llth and 12th; ryt. v
Front. Thirty-five large Joooanut(
as the same shall be applicable to the Sebastian May 10th; ;Jupiter May ; Dentist

County Primary. Those and only 14th{ West Palm Beach May 15th; Trees. Shell Mound. Beautiful Oflloa First door went of Dada County State

those'persons shall be permitted to Delray,' 'May 16th and Fort Lauder- Bank' ,

become candidates before or vote at, dale May 17th and 18th. The doctor View WEST PALM BEACH. FLOUDA

or participate In the management of who Is well and favorably known .

said primary election who declare laity of all eye troubles chronic and At a Bargain

their adherence to the principles' and nervous disorders handling same

organization of the Democratic Party, without drugs or operations. Writeto
National. State and County who are home office for booklet entitled"A J BOX 155, West Palm Beach Fla. thrTh w .. ,,",,- ; dn 0 r(IN

by the laws of the State lawful Stuty of Nature and Mankind." 7i .. ; r.pia

electors of the election districts In A post card will bring It. \ j JACA r

which they offer to vote who have

paid their poll taxes legally due not ;MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE FOWLER BROS. & KING

less than ten days before said primary Great happluss came into the horn Make. sure a:vlol4 of qltAnllty. anduoltt7.

election and who shall when challenged of S. C. Blair, school superintendent. MACHINE SHOP ] e: they When were your the ruttier bean punted on the

by an elector pledge In writing at St. Albans W. Va., when his little lug"market" ever but alnae.they We here are.been eapurtAt Improv In

upon oath before any Inspector, to daughter was restored from the GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 1900 lIowor Need end vn Annual etah.e. Beale heaullfnllyillua.tnwd .
abide by and support the result of dreadful complaint he names. He ALL KINDS LATHE and SHAPER WORK .tree: to ell I,

such primary and support the nomi- says: "My little daughter had xSVitus D. M. FERRY a.. CO.. 001.011. Mich.

nees thereof. Dance which yielded to no I GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR .. ....
The polls shall be opened and closed treatment but grew steadily worse

at the several election districts until as alast resort we tried Electric SALE

at the hours fixed by the general' election Bitters; and I rejoice to say Near Ferry Landing Lake Front Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS

law. The following named three bottles effected a completecure.
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
persons are hereby appointed Inspect ." Quick sure cure for nervous -

tors and Clerks for the several election complaints general debility female

g districts; weaknesses Impoverished blood and 1'I Four Sailings Each Week Between

"Precinct No. Inspectors: N. H. malaria. Guaranteed by all drug

" Parks, H. K Stypmann and B. O. Ball Price BOo. Round Trip Rates Via 1 JACKSONVILLE NEW YORKCalllnst

Clerk: Carl Schroeder. Polling place 1 ...
at Charleston s.C., both wa,
4 Ball's store.Precinct EZnvloti Canada. Louisville & NashvilleThe THE FINEST: STEAMSHIPS IN TB>Z COASTWISE SERVICE

No. 2.-Inspectors: Frank There Is deal jf about
t a great gush I TIlE CLYDE ,NEW ENGLAND: AND SOUTHERN LINE
-N Bowers F. Kitchen and E. C. :M1l1er. the charming and all conquering :

Clerk: James Hepburn. Polling place American girl. What is the truth about Direct: Service Between
this much lauded damsel The JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE:
school house. most The Louisville & Nashville Railroadwill AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Precinct No 3.-Inspectors: Frank I I attractive American Is she who is educated sell Round Trip Tickets from Jack : OF Calling at Charteaton both way
abroad who Imitates the voice of
Sheen Joel A. Dean and Dan CooI : sonville to points shown on date. Indi ttKMI.WKKKLY 8AILINOS.
I grove. Clerk: T. :J. Campbell. Polling Frenchwoman the Englishwoman and the dress of the cated; proportionately low rates from Doors Sash I Southbound; From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
and who the
uses money Jacksonville
Northbound From foot of Tatherlne Street
f l place old engine house. accruing from Chicago pork or New other points.

"Precinct No. "Inspectors: :Jesse York stocks to buy so far as such $y>. 45. Paris Texas and return. Tickets Blinds, MouldingsAND RWER LINE
Dougherty :J. I. Garnett and F. W. things may be bought the old world sold May 3.4. 5 I and 6 with final CLYDE ST. JOHlvci
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Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling graces of speech and. attire.Canadian limit May 15. Between Jacksonville and 3anford.

place. Porter's Packing_ House."Precinct __ Magazine. 2040.( Louisville, Ky., and rrtnrn. Building Material, :topping[ at Palatka Astor St. Francis, Bereslord (DeLantl)and

No. 5.-Inspectors: T. M.iMcRae. A. Japanese Proverb.A Tickets sold Jane 10. II and xa. with CHARLESTON S. C. Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River

T. :J. Haygood and I. B. Tay- Japanese proverb worth remember final limit June 23. By payment of Steamer, City of Jacksonville

lor. Clerk: H. B. Hodges. Polling ing: fee of 50 cent., tickets can be extend. ga- Largest Factory South. Is appointed. toaall. aa follows! Leave JackaonvlllaSundays. ,Tuesday.and Thur.daye,5Np5, : >

place school house. "Ha who knows not and knows not ed until July 23. Send for Prices Returning. leave 5.nlor
Precinct No. 6-1. I. Hardee D. that be knows not is a fool. Shun him. '((16.15. Nashville\ Tenn., and return. Southbound $" ... I Norlhboua4'!
"He who knows not and knows that Read Op.
Casdel :J. W. Pierce Inspectors; J. Tickets sold Jane 10, II, 13, 18, 19 Read down
i he knows not Is humble. Teach him. 1",..v. s jo pmS ... .... .. .. JACKSONVILLE:.Arrive 1.PAtATKA w am
M. Umsted clerk; polling place. and 20 and July 5, 6 and 7, with final AUGUST STOCKER .. . .. Lea..l *,>P:
"He who knows and knows not that 43 pm, .. .... ... .......... .
if Rouse's store."Precinct he knows la asleep. Wake him. limit 15 days from date of sale. By First-Class ..' i noun.,.... .... . ....... ASTOR ..... ...??........ .,. .. .,,. "P
No. 7.-Inspectors: W. W. "He who knows and knows that he payment of feepf| 50 cents and depositing Experienced .* 4 30 am...... ......' .. ... .. rr. FRANCIS. ......... .. ....... .. loop"
Ed. King' and knows Is a wise man. Follow him." ticket can be extended .. __ .. ...... ... !; (D.LAND)...... ........ **amr.B3FORD
Marshall T. Henry same ArrtvoS soarn.. ....... .........,........ .....SANPORO ..........,.......... .' ...... .". Scam.
? Bryan. Clerk: H. A. Bryan. Foiling A YEAR until September 30. Custom Shoemaker 1000am......?............................ENTERrtUSE.r.......:........_......."...... t000am_ -
place. Stranahan's store. OF BLOOD. 16.63.. Knoxville Tenn., and retain vllF. "*
t" "Precinct No. Inspectors: VX B. The year 1903 will long be remembered Tickets sold Jane 16, 18, 19, 33 74 and General Passenger and ,Ticket Office. 122W.' Bay St.. Jacks

Wofford J. W. Ins and J. A. Harp. In the home of F N. Tacket 30 and July 7. 14 and 15. Final limit Fine Bo ots and Shoes Made to Order M. IR"N 10Nlja:"."r..A....Uoo'll'.a Air' 19aWeei Bay 8t..Ja".aonvllln. clan Supt.
of Alliance. Ky. as a year of blood; days from date of aale. Tickets W. b. CUOPJiH: i, Jr. P..lght. AeW. C. Y. LUYELL
Clerk: J. H. Olesson. Polling place 15
Font af Hogan Street, 01"0..110 Plorida' N.THKO Y
school house. which flowed so copiously from Mr. can be extended by payment of fee of Wear Rubber Soles and Rubber A. C. IJAU1IRTr.: Gen'l Buat'n faoa.: A..,_ New' Yes Ie, CLVI>K MILSE!:, Oen91'11 Aft

"Precinct No. 0.-Inspectors: Paul racket's lungs that death seemed 50 cents and depositing with special Heels for Comfort O. EOEI&, Vles. rrwldent and General Manage

Matthews, I* Fornel land J. L Peters. very near. He writes: "Severe bleed- agent until September 30th. General Onleeh,Plor BH,North River Now YOI'''. Dr..och.IIH1 Broadway _

Clerk: J. A. Daughtry. polling place Ing from the lungs and a frightful '77.50. San Francisco and Los Angeles Finest Shoe Dressing Polish and Shoe ----

school house. cough had brought me at death's and return. Tickets sold June 24 to Laces for Gentlemen', adlea' and

"Precinct No. 10.-Inspectors: T. L. door when I began taking Dr. King's July inclusive. Final limit September Children's Shoe always on hand. G '
New for Consumption Liberal stopover privilege S85SSi MangoeS',
Discovery 15. Mulgoba
,Townley H. Dale Miller and S. L. Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach
M with the astonishing result that after Passengers can go one route and return I
Patterson. Clerk: R. B. McLendon. taking four bottles I was completely another. Largest Collection of Crotons in the United State. ?=alms, PhjI1Rn

Polllngflace, Fair building. restored and as time has proven per Daily May xsth to September 30th, I thns.etc. AMpotgrown. Full Line of Citrus StOCK
"Precinct S.
No. B.
11rInsapectors: manently cured. Guaranteed for ocluslve.: Round trip summer tourist Try grown High Spruce Pine Land. Address

Potter Andrew. Hardee- and Jackson Sore Lungs!'!, Coughs and Colds at all tickets will be on ,sale to various reorts. JOHN B BEACH. '- West Palm Beach, Florida
Peacock. Clerk J. W. Oallaway.
: Information schedules The Tropical SunIf
I drug stores. Price EOc and $1.00. timetables -.. .
old .
Polling place. Shone's store. '
Trial bottle free.OnoMlnute. etc., will be furnished on appli- -
Precinct No. 12.-I. T, Stephens W. cation to O. B. HHRHINO, want
you
J. Daugherty A. T. Duval Inspectors; Fla. Faa. Agent, L.&N. R.R.,

f r. Thos. Mitchell clerk polling place Cough Cure IIS W. Bay St., Best of Printing TROPICAL SUN Finest Line Job PrintingPAGE g

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THE TUOPK'AI SUN, WEST! PALM BEACH), FLORIDA( +hATTKIMV M\ ,*. Y I'i, 1008!)()( 'PA< ; I': 1"1 I' I L: 4r=1:


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Ordered by the Board, Thut rt t
'ICommissioners' Commissioner '. For .'
County Notice.
'': "' Winflold be appointed to Tax Sale 1 ..I

Investigate said claim, and make report Railroad Commissioner Molki. ,I- iHM'ln f"\'",'ii,1 'III'i i i' 'Hi''.,il' 'Hi, I I. 11"" ie', 01"" si i ,ihrd I I I.in,,'IH \\\11'' 1 I'. ,II' it ".n'"i'' ,n't,, "1 ,
1 I I I of same! at noxt m<\ 'lint, of this The I II (ion mi MouiliM', III,' JU,
Board, the Board agreeing not to of WOHt Palm line! 111, Hi" < """lit"r\ limit., "t.ato', r 1o'1"'ld", <"i "" lunch tin i t'' ."r I' ,111 i
AI i the May meeting of the. Board plead the statute of limitations should nocunnnly tI. par' llii nmiiuiit, dm' for ia\intn. the" Mini iliv fin tin )rnl 1111',1' hrn'm,, n.. t'"1'1'1\' I ',

1 county Commissioners! held InMiami :I mature before the next to till ,"m lnn'Ihr, I .., WHll( co'.1 rurh cull'! "ixl' IMhMill,'''II''I', -
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\ ) \ o on :May 1st, the following bus- : ular meeting of this Board, if said DodgingPeriod -ftlnl'.,II",",!, Irulth

,Mary Bilckell should LOTS BilloI 1 I. NAME ?
transacted bring suit
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)nh", wai I I Owl jf (

committee appointed to view i against the county for the recoveryof -.- --- mlIng'
The said claim, provided said 'suit be i ; tj
mark out road from Cutler to 1,2,8 2 "ZlIl'r|' '1W .10 .
and brought Immediately after the said 2 j
Homestead, made report of same, W n
next regular meeting of the Board, II 1IO Wm 1*' Ainifttiiiuit.Jr N 10 .
and recommended that road be opened -Q. W. Harvel, petitioning the Boardto .u a, ,COUft' IId II A uu'nleUIIFlnlwll Ties
constructed, along the toliow of a woman's life! Is the name often IV I"( 4U of e 2s. rt iiU 1.80am
and release him from' the bond under given to "change of life." Your .w'' III II WI I M.uaifMm
APPLEYARD i 12 liioI' L roping 111 Ml'
towlt
jpg lines, : which he Is held to the Board to menses come at long Intervals, and e 12'It.1 w 14.111 hl I 11 1. Itii 'for 17 110 in ;
Commencing at the southeast cor- maintain and grow scantier until they stop. The ; n
operate a ferry at Del-
of See that mark ticket I change lasts threo or four and 1ey I
of the southwest quarter section you your years 111o Stratum BIOMMr 1400JU S
It is
ner ray, therefore 1 0
causes much pain and 11 i
suffering, 111
65 40 like tfalst
south
28 township range Ordered that the said Harvel, be which can, however, be cured, by 1> ; Edith: A Muu-itlf. 80 "I i I

east, and thence running west one- and he is hereby" released from said For Railroad Commissioners: taking aH 1 H richer 880II ',,1

mile to southwest corner of said sec- bowd. Vote for two. N'f I 1JS Neal till
;
111 ISO
:I Iwt4s .j A W llnunMm
south, on west boundary ille4s
tion 28 thence Petition of John H. Grant for the T J. APPLEYARD. I A Mi.GlllllK .' 11110 '
northwest quarter of section X 2sv,1 J Oliverr 411
of exclusive right to plant oysters on % Isa ,J lloMiitMnrv 4110 1 5(4 J
ECARDUI ,
three-eighths of a 'mile, 24 Marvin IIIKI8M 1
32 about all that Ul+'4 '
portoln of the submerged 0", 8 24I4 .J I K Mai','InJi 1'a
thence west; about one-eighth of a hand lying east of OF I alarvluEust 7USIO 1 i '
an Imaginary lino Ida 24s
till
street Perrlne thence COIIMC Elect Lt 1'V A Ice Co }y'l!
,
mile to Banyan drawn from the western extremity 21C Alfonso HuckHK $$1110\( 4
along Banyan street about I 21s : P WilliiiinnoM" l111UIH j
westerly of lot 85 to a point In the middle ot Woman's Refuge In DistressIt obi 7 I,i; 25iiYn ''I' J l'lImJlholl| IIl1jI'IIIt ,1'' a
300 feet to Perrlna avenue, thence Indian River (Hobo Sound) oppositethe t ii : 2555 It MulllellolCILO U SI'rlIt' (580e' ,, il r ,,t l r

southerly along Perrlne avenue 620 quickly relieves the pain, nerv- A Ikewty3r4
southern boundary of lot 100 of tIL '
I ousness,Irritability, miserableness, (. 7lllf: 00 u
feet to East Evergreen street, thence Gomez Grant (Jupiter Island) lying Round Trip Rates Via I fainting, dizziness, hot and cold ,, ': YHe4 Earl I\AtiiiCiimvna' 228:505/ "
westerly along East Evergreen street flashes weakness O rr t5I 'I 1) (. : ? ,
i I in east half of south halt of section tired feeling, etc. 15 '"b, dlv.w"lotT.fOl', eca 2:1: ,
200 feet to Cleveland avenue, thence 26, and northeast Louisville & Nashville I II Cardul will bring:you safely through 1'1".1)),, It 411-'" lIer08 ,t' ,t It Antlionv.Jr UfIlIUl1(\
along Hibiscus street 450 portion of north- this "dodglne: period,'* and buildup W3 :/11"Y.T .).HI'nil. H Uriurf II v ,
westerly Homestead thence I least quarter of section 35, and In I your strength for the rest of your I 1 alOl 211 't'f'I.'J l.uuqwil IjlllKluy 470U as j
avenue,
feet to ( western portion of northwest quarter Railroad. life. Try It. ne tllIBI is' A HlrillmnV ales
!
southerly along Homestead avenue You can gat It at all druggists In II ..loiiianlliilln 870S'M' ,
jot section 36, of township 89 south, I 1.00 bottles. e 1111 1i Solids t
1140 feet to south boundary of Per- range 42 east was granted on con- The Louisville & Nashville Railroad 34 /lswy9 Gou I* lllnimH' 680 ?Y, tr

rifle, thence south about five- lx- I dition that said Grant produce proof will sell Rouud Trip Tickets from Jack- "KVERYTinNO BUT DEATH 41 .1! II Taylor 4,80 i ':
,
I1
42 II tl0
teenths of a mile along the past consent of souvllle to points shown on dates indi, I.ulf..d."wrtt..Vlrwlnl. Roblon. Ellt. 0145 .. 444r tulit IKIllUllll/ 1110 ;, I
,iof the owner, to be filed of ; A ... :, h'1* K: O Hotel to j,
boundary of the southwest quarter of Bated \ low from Md., untIl I look Cardul.which cured dot Miruli Oiliim,,, 11110 fit p ) '
with this Board. ; rropi'rtionstely rate Ion.10 quickly It urtrlud my doctor, who tilt 0 ." t 41 UnknownLOIIHIU 60 ll
section 32, thence on west of the rightof I It was regularly ordered that the other points F 't know I wu taking It." 02 "\j U +I''" 484s Wi'bln. .r .. 1000
1 110
way of the Florida East Coast salary of the Supervisor of Registration $30 45 Paris Texss and return. Tick. ''D __ 4 '. 411w b'h.C SIas>tuiiiii llolul' Co 870 BI '' '' '
,
Oft 1110
/ Ke
about six-sixteenths of 4 niKllil.IIU1 :
Railway a be Increased to $200.00 per tM8ol" May 3, 4, .5 and 6 with final w i5 8 4s.II ,Moll San 1 l !

mile thence west along the south annum, same to take effect begin- limit May 15 -- 54r510121 Ono /it|el i 110 00. ',
boundary of the north half of the with $20.40. Louisville Ky. and return. (() om'.of Jot 64 E.t: X leo Ccijuiii'Nin ;
ning next ensuing term of said New Time Card.SOUTHBOUND ne t : ,, Clon'i Add y'7,. n 1!
north half of the northwest quarterof Supervisor. Tickets add[ 1 June 10, n and 12, with 1 U MUM' i t. .d l nil ." 4/10/ thi' ,y
section 5 township 66 south range final limit June 23. Bv payment of U II W ,1 'IIthevtl, ..' 1180 ', '
Commissioner Sowell was appointed 100
I 1 '( "'" III .1101/ I 'I')
about five-sixteenths of a mileto extended No. 29, mall and express, with par- c .1 !tfl'' 1180
40 east a committee to Investigate cost of fee 0150 o-ntn tickets cat be %; J If.. W Ii in',t 8110

the east boundary of section 6, ''at foot of Avenue D, In the city of until J July] 23 lor and buffet car, leaves Jacksonville 11-2 I j ,,,1. I I It I 11.i Mil IBOw':,: .'i r..i"t: 160, (+
said line to the and return. \ 0.20 m. West 'palm Beach 10 .', .I., ii! !Si! .I t1'15,5mll; 00
thence prolonging Miami, as to what portion of said expense 116.35 Nmihvllle Tenn : a. ll' 8l 1'1'V: 'II),'| ,: : 1110 tt 'n i
west boundary of the northeast quar- !I said Tickets sold June 10, It, 12, l&, 19 8-15: p. m., and arrives at Miami I ", .,f::11 l+ ::1 It.bt.llI"1JI, i 2 110 r
the would to "
city v
agree 2 24 K.l u I U"lkl> 2 ''M'UIJO.' $' 'S'
said section 6 thence south- and end l July 6 and with final 10:30: nl. ." 24 .,
ter of pay I In case said bridge was painted, 20 5 7 p. 8-11 : S n.e' ,i'' H.
westerly about one and onequarter'miles and make report of same at next limit 15 flayit"from date of sale. By No 09, Palm Beach and Miami Express A4 ,':, : Its \\:I.III.Ill\"I.'! II v 2110 8110o .t'
in northwest with sleeper leaves Jacksonville 6.16 :iIIIU I I'C.I.'uvs J ; tie s' ? ,
the if and
to a point of this Board. payment of feel| 51 cents, depositing s.2
meeting
155. (Idielc' T I ii 1 ntwi
0
7U '
quarter of the southeast quarter of The following bonds were received ticket same can be extended \ 6:00: p. m., West Palm Beach U 4 u. ..,i ."< ,'-"X: .11'i'>' odd LU w 1' Donell y'rI t

section 1,, township 56 south, range and approved: F. L. Church Notary until September 30 5:15: a. m., and arrives at :Miami 4

39 east, thence south about one mile i Public, State at Large, with O. S. $166$. Kuoxville, Tenn, and retnin. 7:60: a. m.NORTHBOUND. The lot and I blink numbon glvtm above ale in' oniiinie. to the Map of inn Cllv otWoBt s

to a point near the southeast cornerof Amsden and Frank Harrison as sure- Ticket) sold June 16, 18, 19, 23 24 and Palm. Reach now on record In tho ollloe cal v v Uukuttho Circuit; Com, In and for .rWitnea. ,

the southwest quarter of the north- ties; G. S. Amsden, Notary Public, 30 and July 7,_14 and 15. Final limit No. 78, mall and express, with l>iulo('IJllntyl"llIrlcJlI. nnluBii othei'n ifto Hpoclllud. 1 .

east quarter of section 11, thence Ina State at Large, with F L. Church 15 days from date of sale. Ticketscan parlor .and buffet car, leaves Miami my hand this stli tiny of May, A. 1) II'MI( Z1

southwesterly direction about one be extended by payment of fee of 6:35: a. m.,\ West Palm Beach 8:45a. : W. W. MEtsJDF=UOK3OfsJ .u f
sureties.
and Frank Harrison as
cents, and depositing with special Jacksonville City lax Collector I I'i' t1 4
mile to a point near the southeast The following fire arm bonds were 50 m., and arrives at

corner of the southwest quarter of agent):: until September 3otti.tn 7:25: p. m.

approved: .50. San Francisco and Los Angeles No. 98, Palm Beach and MIami Express r ,
the southeast quarter of section 10, .
Carl Ith E. M Hendrlck-
thence in a southwesterly direction a Kleln.w ; and return. Tickets sold June 24 to with sleeper, leaves Miami '
son and S. G. Vanlandingham as sure- 6 inclusive. Final limit September SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN
July 7:05 West Palm Beach 0:30:
little less than a mile to the northeast ties. Raymond Waldln, with J. F. Liberal stopover privileges.: : p m., .
of 15. p. m., and arrives at Jacksonville
of the southeast
quarter
corner and F.V.. Douglas as sureties -
Kreamer route and return -
Passengers can one
go 8.55 a. m."THOU AND KEEP POSTED: I
:
section 16, thence along east boundaryof Walter Waldln, with J. F. another

said southeast 'quarter ona-half Kreamer and F. W. Douglas as sureties -
Daily May) 15th to September 30th, It
SHALT KNOW THE
mire to the southeast corner of said J. E. Fife with R B Fickle Inclusive. Round trip: summer tourist

section 16, to connect with the present and S. A. Belcher as sureties E. M. tickets will be on sale to various re LAW"; "FOREWARNED IS FORE- t I' 1'';

county road leading to Homestead, Bielsford with Geo. '\V. LaInhart and sorts. Full information schedules, timetables ARMED": ;; EVERYBODY'S LAW '

thence from the southeast corner of Geo. O Butler as sureties. D. K. etc., will be furnished on appli- BOOK:, just published, tells you what r Il I rI

section 16 south on section line be- Hunter with D. C. ErwIn and H. J. cation to G. E. HERRING your legal rights are and how to Abrams & Miller I

tween sections 21, 22, 27 anti 28 to Burkhardt as sureties. Fla. Pass. Agent, L.&N. R.R maintain them, useful to businessmen .y

Silver Palm Station on the Florida Road SuperIntendent fflfcl his report Ii8 W. Bay St., and mechanics, married women r 1

East Coast Railway, a. distance of 2 for the month of April! Jacksouville, Fla. and single women. Thousands are
spent yearly by people who oughtto
miles thereforeIt Collector Blacksmiths S
County Judge and Tax Wheelwrights .
if better
know better, and would
is ordered that said road be and filed their Joint report of licenses r
the same is hereby declared a public SON Infoimed. Every boy and girl shouldbe
Issued during the month of April GEO. HASLEHDRST & '
taught the general principles of
road as described.The showing $186.00 for the State and
and Builders the law. The business forms will
cleric authorized to adver- Contractors
was $138.00 for the county.
enable to draw legal documents, and General Repair '
tise for bids for road work at Jupiter, The following Justices of the Peace P. O. BOX you Horseshoeing
304 wills, leases, agreements, etc. Refer-
according to plans and specifications!( filed their reports of fines, forfeituresand
ence to its pages will tell you when to Work
on file with DuBola.
Commissioner
costs for the month of Aprrll:
to and when to avoid litiga-
The provisions of chapter No. 5450, Wm. S. Hill, F. C. Alcher, R. J. Chlll- visiting! go court '
Fine line of latest style tion. Price $3.00 In law style of binding N
laws of 1905, regarding the width, ingworth, and A. E. Heyser, County cards' and latest in letters at The Manufacture of Tools a SpecialtyFreight ;4s
half binding
etr. of vehicle tires, having been Judge. Tropical .Sun. Call and see samples.S. ; $2.50.in Morocco ;

duly published as required bylaw, Tax Collector filed his report for expressage paid on receipt of price. i
Book agents should write for terms. Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders 7p 1 1I
Be It Resolved, By the Board of the month of April.!

County Commissioners of Dade County The following bills were appropedand Address HITCHCOCK PUBLISHING '

at this regular meeting, May 1st, ordered paid: H. RICHMOND; Agent COMPANY: 49 Eighth avenue New ; t

IMS that the provisions of u.ld Chapter General fund $4,311.61; Road! fund York.
Perrine tat Land Company P. S.-:Mr. Benjamin,,W. Hitchcock, North West Palm Beach
5450., be adopted by the Board'the, $3,498.88; Fine and Forfeiture fund Poinsetta Street 'ty1 i, {;
the president of this company, la one I 1 t
same to go Into effect August 1st, KSTATE. 4I J
$1,110.64.The
ILEA I,
1906 meet of the oldest and best-known publishers I rX111111f11f11111f11f11ff11f11f11f1if
Board then' adjourned to

In the matter of the resolution of Tuesday, Jun 5th. CUTLER, FLORIDA In the United Sstates 1


the Dade Board County of, certifying Public Instruction that by an of IF ,YOU DON'T.-' !: " ;" ,;," ;,,,,; 'wwwwwwwwwwwurgpharmacy, ,;, " " ;;,,, '

affirmative vote of a majority of the succeed the first time use Herblne' Atlantic Coast Line ;

paying legal voters residing in SpecIal and you will get instant relief. The E TleRie el i

Tax District No 1, Dade County, greatest liver regulator. A positivecure SCHEDULE \

Florida held under the provisions of for Constipation, Dyspepsia, THROUGH -

Chapter 4682", Laws of Florida, It was Malaria, Chills and all liver com- Solicits YOUR Trade: :

determined! to issue bonds In the sum plaints. Mr. C-, of Emory Texas, Florid, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia. w --

of $20,000,00, the proceeds to be usedIn writes: My!) wife has been using North Carolina and South CarolinaThe --- --

the erection of a more commodious Herblne for herself and children for We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate H ''tl I
[Between
of Travel
school building within the bounds five years. It Is a sure cure for con- .! Great Highway

of said District, and the request ot stlatlon and malaria fever, which is Prices, put up by a Registered =3 M '

said Board 'of Public Instruction that substantiated by what It has done Florida and the East and -

this Board Issue said bonds, pursuant for my family." Sold by A. G. RIe- Pharmacist. 2

a to said resolution, as to Interest, gel. West, North and SouthSERITCE --- ---

time of payment, etc.,

Ue It Resolved. That the attorneyof at Fowler Bros. & CONVENIENT. ELEGANT PCILJIAN Try our Candy Soda, and Ice Cream =a
Brass! Shafting, S
the Board be instructed to have EQUIPMENT, MAGNIFICENT DINIJ.O: CAns -- -1 (
.
King's.LOW ,
proper bonds prepared; for the afoie- == A. G. RIEQEL, 2ZH r
Bald purpose In the sum of $20.000.00, ROUND TRIP RATES: New York and J Florida Special a

payable in sums of 2000.00 annually, VIA L. & N. R R Route of the "Dixie 'Iyer" Graduate New York College of Pharmacy H3

with interest interest at B per cent per annum, The Louisville & Nashvllla\ Railroad Celebrated Florida, and West India Ltmitel ,i7ldlllllUlJlIUII111' &'11lt1U16111111111IIi/IIUUIIIIIh111U111111111114f. '. '. :

disposed payable of to seml-annually the J best advantage to be will sell round.. trip tickets from Jack- Trains Chl ago '!lnl Florida Limited Ir _. ___ __. -.- -- l
sonville to points shown on dates indicated Montgomery, T. & N,
DOfrtble providing the same shall not
proportionately low rates GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER
be sold' at less than face value, !and, ; METHOD TRAVELING
be It further ; / frpm other points: CONVENIENT OF WEST PALM BEAOM

Resolved, 'That the said bonds be $77.50 to Los Angeles and San Francisco ATtANrio' COAST LINE 1,000? wile tickets good over 15,009 miles of.
ConventionNational
account Bus Trips to
return
and Ar
signed by the Chairman of the Boardof Association. railroad embracing portions of the, South, on sale at all principal
Educational ,
;
and LantanafBag'gage '.
of County Commissioners on behalf Tickets sold! June 24th to July 6th, In- agencies; at rate ,of $?25 each. Li'tnltecl.t ,one year from date of pu r-I n
the f
the
Board !
and attested by{
,. DeJray
return limit Sept- and reliable information. regarding ,
with final For full complete
cluslv ,
ClerIc ,of'said Board, with the seal chase. '
f sal,! Board attached, 'embe* 15th. Tickets! good going Liberal one schedule, Pullman service, etc., call an'" Atlantic Coast Line Agentsor Wagons. Boynton

R. H. Seymour appearing before the route; returning another. address,, '. ,, ", '' \ Meet f and
alowed. : w
Board au attorney for [aryl' Brlckell, stop-overs rates from' other points, maps, FKANKC.: BOYL3TON, Dlst. Pass/Agent. 138 W. lUy St Jacksonville AU Other
In For
the matter of 'Said
of the claim '
ifary. Brlckell, for' compensation for schedules and! full Information, call on Fla.V !! Trains ,-: Points

fm tain rock' ( to' nave been or. writer q ".r
alleged ; HERRING, Fla. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN ti tiFREE
OEO. E. 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville.
used by the county In the construe* \ D. STAUK{ Trav. Vass. Ag'nt, it +
Agent ** $; N lr R. R., NT. C : SAMPLE ,",OOMI
Won of Fla.,, Pass, Traffic Manager Wilmington,
road? ,etc.,, at, ,Fort Lnuder' Jacksonville, Fla. W. J. CRAIG Passenger k) t' '
!late l It was "Jhswest Bay St. :

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PAP/ r, SIN TILE TKOPIGAI SUN, W 1 H,S i' PALM!\! Ilk/,+VOJJ, KIORID( SAT; :KD vY, >MAY\ It, 1906V \ ()

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FITTS' ABSTRACT ADMISSION a t t.r.J;?:;:



I,L AND (HOI HE SECURED HIS JOB .: ,

,
r

r y,. 1th b 1

V 5 i". James; F. Jaudon, Candidate for Clerk of the Circuit i ANTHONY EXTENDS I IA


t.'I'' ;:. ; Court, (Kevives Some Ancient Po-
-h CORDIAL- INVITATIONto



''I'I''I":;') Y, litical History.---- AH. Our


Ii' I 'KeBaiillng the matter\ of my being('opoalte the Court House. "Out-of-town Friends" to

,, financially Interested In abstract companies I To sho\& that Mr. Fitts was sincere
!: Make Our HEADQUARTERS
\ will state that in all your rigmarole when he said: "And every one knows :

r It IH the only charge you our fellow-man's weakness for wishing -

a make, which I UNQUALIFIEDLY to make all the mony he can."
Our Line of SHOES CLOTHES HATS
and FUR,
ADMIT. In 1900 Mr. Dearborn ran The voters, and all those who received -
/ I NISHINGS Is More Complete Than Ever II
for nomination as Clerk both he and' deeds, etc., from the Clerk's Office,

b.t' myself OWNED STOOK IN AN .ABSTRACT !, after the sanitation of the Biscay I '

f CPMPANY( his stock Is'now Bay Abstract Company, will remember -

held BY THE PRESENT CLERK, that a little card was found in Anthony Bros.

and I AM STILL IN POSSESSIONOF the envelope when you, received your
.r ,MINE." document from the Clerk's office,

The above \\fi taken from an article This card was a little modest adver- Incorpor.te4I' :

MR S O FITTS which appeared in The Tropical Sun tisement for this company which
of the 9th, and in two of Miami's\ TUB PRESENT CLERK AND CHIEF))
papers on the 5th und 6th inet. and DEPUTY ADMIT they STILL OWN Take advantage of the Merchants* offer and come to West Palm Beach

\ Candidate for signed by S. O Fitts. .! I STOCK IN. And shows how they ,
,I A little bit of political history: I use a PUBLIC OFFICE to further

t During the campaign of 1900, when the Interests of a PRIVATE CORPORATION '.. .

;\ Clerk of the Circuit Court the late ,Mr: Dearborn' first ran for .

Clerk, Mr. Fitts very srenuously opposed Now, !iMr. Voter, can you expect
Mr. Quimby (now deceased) when you go to the Clerk's office to
D UDD.lt U D' Uir.&
8 who was at that time Clerk .of the get! the information regarding prop- D

8r : Mrs. Dearborn's Circuit Court and candidate "for re- erty, which abstract companies furnish =

I nomination, on the grounds that he, for so much per and especially

: Mr. Qulmby owned stock in the abstract while the present Clerk!: and Chief
; Voters
Appeal to company of Bobbins, Grahamand Clerk are stockholders in an abstract

Chlllingworth and as a result company? Can you expect to get
Mr. Dearborn was Elected. that information? And yet when you West Palm Beach

'f Miami, Fla,, March 21, 1906. able to verify that statement, .would Mr. Dearborn took charge of the elect ,a man to the office of Clerk he

e, \, Editor Palm Beach News: gladly retire from the publicity that I clerk's office on Tuesday January 8th, assumes the same position as he

j Dear Sir:-Please allow me through have had to subject myself to on account 1901, and appointed Henry J. Anthony would If you employed him as your T.n Lots.


few words to the honorable voters of call "well fixed." When you stop to that week Mr. Fltta was appointedone certified copy of a certlan paper he

this county.To consider that it' is only through the of the deputies. In the course of should do It with as much promptness -

the Voters of Dade County: death of my husband that anyone has three or four months afterwards Mr. without argument, as he would 1 Choice Residence Lots

I wish to ask that you support S. been given the opportunity to run for Fitts went to the hospital in Chicagoand If he' was your bookkeeper, and you

O. Fitts for the office of Clerk of Circuit the office for the two years, I feel sure after his recovery, he returnedto asked for the statement of an accountof

Court, for the unexpired term, that these who worked for and be- Miami, accompanied by the late any customer you might have on '
won in the last election by my late friended him in his campaign will sup- Mr. Fay. your books. from; $200, up,

husband, Eugene C, Dearborn and for port me (through ;}OIl', Fitts) in this, :Mr Jimmedlatly set about to You, the people, know that every
which ,Mr. FlUe Is now a candidate.By 'knowing that It is my last and only make up a set of abstract;:: books word .In this article Is true. You, the one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

Mr Fitts being elected to the office, chance for support of this kind. During this time the Biscayne Bay people, by your vote DECLARED in installments, on reasonable time, accord-

myself and family will receive the I I appeal to all men In this county" Abstract Company was formed, with 1900 that no man could'OWN STOCKIN ing to price of lot.
benefit of the full term. x I I to carry out the will of the people In Mr. Fay, Mr. Fitts and Mr. Dearborn, ABSTRACT COMPANIES and be

Do you know of any one more en- the last primary, when they declared as stockholders. All of the work of CLERK of the COURT, too. For plats and Full Information apply to

titled to that which my husband won 1 that Mr. Dearborn should have the drawing oft the data and posting the Therefore. I ask you to consider I
WALLACE R. MOSES
for his family than we? |office for four years, and who made books waS done right in the clerk's my ability, one who does not own $

If Mr. Fltts is ,not elected, Eugene I i his campaign on the issue that Mr. office and the office of the above ab- stock in such companies and one who Agent Florida East Const Railway Land Department
C. Dearborn's family will be far I I FlUe should be the chief deputy dur- stract'company remained there until will ever be mindful of the fact, thatIf
West Palm Beach Florida.FAYSHOLES
greater losers than 'Mr. Fltts will be, ing that time to continue Mr. Fitts in the volume of the business assumed elected, I would be entering your i

although by his loyalty !pad compe- the office during the time for which such large proportions, that larger I u i en [ploy, and to serve you as an em- ""'" """' ""
tency he i A worthy of the office, even Mr. Dearborn was elected. By doingso quarters had to be secured, and the ,ploye.

if I WOB not to be considered, or he they will enable me to receive an company/ rented an office in a building VOTE FOR JAS. F. JAUDON.

wag 4iot running for my benefit Income from the 'office that will save r

have heard that some who have what little property I have.

en appealed to for my support, have Most sincerely yours, Happenings of Interest
said: lrs. Dearborn is well fixed and ANNA K DEARBORN

'does not need the office If I were Clerk Circuit Court

1 About the CityArchitect ,t ". .:, :;.- --.
; '

Another I :: ; : 'f ..','.
I From F T
Appeal Emil A. Ehmann spent The regular meeting of the City Improvement raYtt&p. ;; '; : !:-..... YB

I. Thursday In :Miami on political busi- Association will be held j ., / ;
Mrs. Dearborn ness. In the city park Monday afternoon, L
s o'clock.. All members ot the :
at 4:00 11\\ ; '
There will be union services at the!' ; 1 ,
Association are requested to be "pres Sll l "" -.\,. g: ..fnsrAcknowledged
Congregational church tomoirow ". \''. f;;,"'.,..!.'' v' .'#Ii"' OJ 110 "" t 11
ent, and all others Interested<', are Invited '\ .; ... !:'i
o'clock. All invited.Mr. ..
7:30
at
night :
( To the Voters of Dude County: objections to Mr. ritts being clerk! to attend* ,:z"' .

It having come to my notice that! but was going to vote for,Mr Merritt and :Mrs Andrew Weatherwaxleft "
The of the Fire Depart-
the sheriff of Da'le county is opposing in order to help :l Mich., to spend the summer. to be The Best Machine on the Market
''Mr Fltts and Is suportlng: 'Mr. Merritt, I beg of the old supporters of, my usual semi-monthly hop in Firemen'sHall

it seems so extraordinary and un- late husband, Eugene C. Dearborn, Mrs. L. Constantine is still offering last night A large number of Lightest Shift, Lightest Running. The Champion Writers of the Worlduse

looked for a preceding, and knowing to stand firm in the suport of S. O special bargains in millinery, shirt- young couples participated and the it. More Fa .Sbolea'use.llu Pcnaucola: thau:>nj other single make
r waists and notions, at her Clematis hop proved one of the most pleasant
the support my husband had given Fitts, for the benefit of myself and
avenue store. tf given in several weeks, See it Before Buying.
'Mr, Frohock during the last campaign ( family; that the turn 'Mr. Frohockhas ,, .
of the
The Home Mission Society
e I could not credit the Informa- taken against me,,as t take it Invitations have been issued by the
tion. So I called personally on Mr. as personal, will not affect their votes Methodist Church wilt give a tea at Utopia Club to member's to attenda R C. DAVIS State Ajtent.

l Fredioek to ascertain l Ii it were true for ",Ir. Fltts the parsonage on Tuesday riext, from "Dutch Plcnio" in the club rooms OHAS. B. KENDALL Local Agent
3:00 to 6:30 p. m. ,
He tried to assure me that he had :Most: sincerely yours. next Tuesday evening, and the event At the Tropical Sun, FLA
WEST PALM BEACH
not worked aralnst; 'Mr Fitts; that Trusting to the donor .and loyaltyof ,:Mr M. B. ,Monroe: is building two- will no doubt prove unique and interesting -

he had always ha,, good treatmentin the voters for support, room addition to his cottage on Poln- Election returns will be .

the clerk's office; that,he had no ANNA K. DEARBORN. setta street Just south of the city received and .read during the evening.

4 i 11011 tB. ) Members of the Fire Departmentare Wes I 11 I aIm Beach Buggy and Wagon Shop
---- ---- ----- ---- -- The union services
general among profuse in their thanks to (Mr.
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE NATIONAL BISCUIT TEA the churches will begin at the school
A. G. Rlqgel, the well known pharmacist -
'Mrs. L. Constantine has this week The monthly tea of the Ladles' Aid auditorium on Sunday, May 20th, con- who has presented the de- E. C. MAYNARD, F rop.Spring .

Inaugurated a special bargain sale of (Society of the Congregational Church ducted by Rev. VanAucken, of Illinois. partment with a handsome eight-day I
r pattern hats read-to-wear-hats, un- will be a National Biscuit Tea, and
Rev. F. W. Weatherwax, pastor of clock. The valuable!' time-piece now : Wagons.Bullt to Order.
trimmed shapes, shirtwaists, skirts, will be given at the home of Mrs.
t' the congregation al church, is expected adorns the walls of the headquarters.Mrs. .
underskirts and all underwear, collars Henry"E. Briggs from three to five I!: home next Wednesday from Chi- Wagon. Carriage and Buggy Painting and Striping a Specialty.
etc. ''Many of the articles will o'clock next Wednesday afternoon J. A. Singleton and daughter,
cago, where he went last week on Only Best Materials Psed and Expert Workmen Employed.All .
I go below cost, and everything la re- May:I 16th church business. of Miami, who have been spending
:
duced from 20 to 30 per cent. Now I .' several days here with the former's work Guaranteed. to Give Satisfaction.
of the East Misses Weatherwax are plan-
Mrs. James 'McFarlane, The
is the time to buy', and ladies should sisters, Mrs. H. B. Saunders and Mrs
not fall to see the bargains that are Side, sailed last Saturday from New ning to l leave Nest Palm Beach next IN.; ; Hiscock, left yesterday morningfor Shops on Clematis Avenue, West of Railway Track.

I being offered tf York, via the steamship St. Louis, Thursday morning for their former Eau Gallle'and other points on -
I'1'r for her old home.in Devonshire. She home In St. Joseph, Mich., to spend the Indian River for a visit of several -_-.
expects to remain xla the old country the summer with relatives.Mr. --""
Among the prominent visitors in weeks.
IV until some time in October. Henry M. Flagler has donateda
West Palm Beach Thursday and Fri- ,Mr. Thomas J. Campbell, who has
for the erection of G. G. 'Strohm
lot in Miami an
Company
; day were Mr James Ingraham, third While it 1* not generally known, been engaged la Miami for several
be known the Monu-
edifice to as '
t' vice-president, and Mr. Willard E. there are three candidates for the weeks is spending a few days herewith
mental Christian Church, which was
kt Brown, northwestern passenger agentof position of constable In this justice his family and wUl) remain un
in that city
the Florida East Coast Railway. district, to be voted on at next Tuesday's recently. organized tll after the primary next Tuesday F2\MILYGROGERII3S
i -1 The two well known gentlemen spent primary. The names of the The teachers; and scholar of the Mr. Campbell is a hearty supporter

the two days In driving over the city three candidates are, Charles Purdom, Methodist Sunday School enjoyed )f lion J. W. Watson; for the legislature Fancy Food Products
and inspecting the lands and other D. McCuen and C. P. Metcalf. It is their annual picnic Thursday on the and is putting in 'some good

Interests of the company here and on understood that all three of ,the can- East Side, having spread their dinnerat work for his favorite candidate in
the East Side. the grandstand of the Poinciana ; Grain and Provisions.
didates are making an active canvass his end of the county;
baseball grounds.
of the districtFURNISHED ; Furnished house for rent cheap for!
Batteries sod Complete Launch Supplies
Miss Edith Newcomb) left Wednesday :
at Fowler Bros. &: King's.Leave ROOMS-Specially; low night for 'Miami, where she goes four' months. 'Two squares from : JEFFERSON BLOCK
Y wrtofflce. Good location. Address P.
f i rates for furnished I'OOUIS.. from now to be the guest of Miss Agnes Sllgh, "
+ your order at The Tropical I till December'lat The Ilex Clematis who will next Tuesday be marriedto 0. Box 10S. City, : West Palm Beach Florida "

ft+ San offlce for all kinds of engraved Arena,, next 'door to The Virginia.Ura. I Mr. Qeo..O. Newcomb. Mlas New- Great rush for: those Dollar Sterling : \ ," ,. ,

P I'r and cards.monogram stationery and visiting(i M. B..Weybrecnt. 1m I comb will be maid of honor. Silver Spoons at Idner's.I -- '"",,,\ "" "''MIMN'''''''_.''''''.


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