The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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MERRITT AND HAHN Will Observe Will Observe WILL ASSIST IN lq

Decoration Day Jeff Davis BirthdayAt ,


WILL TRY CONCLUSIONSIN Plans are now being made by members the special meeting of the Fanny ROAD CONSTRUCTION q- i iA

of.the O. A. R. looking to a Haralson Gordon Chapter, U. D. C., .

fitting observance of Decoration Day, It was decided to celebrate the birthday ; a
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which falls on next Wednesday the of Jefferson Davis, president of ,
Palms Hotel toOpen prominent visitor In West Palm Palm Beach with, the northern line
PRIMARY 30th. the Confederacy, by the bestowal of I
Beach yesterday was Mr Irving H. :of the county is assured, and it laconcensus
EarlyHearing Owing to the Inability to secure Crosses of Honor to the Confederate
Welch, manager of the Southern of opinion that this shouldbe f M+
band music it Is not likely that the Veterans, and this celebration will
States Land and Timber Company the next piece of road built by the
Democratic Executive i Committee< a rumor on the streets thli s, observance will be canted out'uponas take place at the residence of Major
with Board of Commissioners. This k l
headquarters in Jacksonville County
morning that The Palms was to opec, elaborate scale as last year, and and Mrs. J. R. Anthony, on the lakefront
Canvass Returns, but Result It is not thought that there will be A representative of The Tropical road( built'to Jupiter, and another
August 1st, a representative of The<
suit is any speaking* But a program consisting Jefferson Davis birthday falling on Sun had a pleasant hour's chat with road( built from Jupiter westward to i''

Unchanged.The Tropical Sun called on the proprietor of prayer, singing of National June 3rd, which Is Sunday, the exercises :Mr. Welch, and learned that his com- the great Okeechobee lake would

Mr.: J. C. Stowers, who confirmed the songs, and the decoration of graves will be carried out on Monday, pany feel keen Interest in Dade coun- mean the opening of a'piece of farm m u I P

will planned and, Is the 4th. All Confederate ''Veterans and
report in part. be It probablethat Ing and orange grove country unequalled
Democratic Executive ty's prosperity. And well they might, 1
County :\11'. Stowers said that he had beena some central place in the city members of the United Daughters of in ,Florida, and it would be pI

comlttee met at the court house Monday :: : number of times requested to open will be decided upon as a meeting the Confederacy will be cordially Invited for their thousands of fertile acres, the means of putting! new life into k'

to canvass the vote cast In the point, from which those who participate to attend the celebration. which extend practically from Jupiterto the north end of Dade county. It la
his house for rooms only during the
primary of (May 18, and to transact will march to the cemeteries.It Okeechobee, a distance of neal: learned that there are already nnmer- ;
summer months, and that he had. de- has been suggested that the hourof WHITE HALL PORTLAND
business. thirty miles, represent a vast sum of ous orange groves In the section it ,
cided to comply witthe\ request Im- meeting be Bet at half past four CEMENT.: money. Is proposed to tap with the new road, ail I
Members present were: The best American Portland
mediately upon his return from the o'clock, so that the program can be I very ,Mr. Welch told
Stuart, H. Stypmann; Jupiter, F. :M.: carried out after the heated portion of Cements Sold by the East Coast that his company stood j ready: at any section of country Is not under cultivation -
north the latter part of July or earlyIn and '
Supply Company. .
Powell; West Palm.Beach, G. W. Pot- August if at that time conditions the day has passed! time to pay its pro rata toward the is that it is Inaccessible.

ter; Delray, J. R. Sundy; Deerflelcl, J. seemmed to demand or warrant sucha Brass Shafting, at Fowler Bros. & construction of a hard-surfaced road, .Mr :Welch thinks that a hard-sur tp
Mrs. L. Constantine Is still offering for wagons and automobiles, from Jupiter faced road could be built over this
F. Saxon; Hypoluxo, R. H. Rosseau; measure. King's.Jewelry.
special bargains In millinery, shirtwaists to Okeechobee, and It is not at route at a nominal cost, and says that +s
O. P. While the date of opening the dining -
Mullikin "
J. T. OJua
Danla. ,
; and notions, at her Clematis and Souvenirs-Many at all unlikely that his company will undoubtedly the Increased values and
been decided A
room has not yet up-
Bull, Lemon City, W. A. Filer; Miami, avenue store. tf Bargain Prices at, Idner & Son's. tf be called on at some near .future dayto Increased revenues from taxes that 1
that It will be
on, it Is very probable
C. D. Leffler; Cocoanut Grove, W. J. opened several weeks earlier this year r fulfill this promise The comple- would Immediately follow wuyld. war- a

Shone E. :. Kirkman Silver tion of the rock road connecting West rant the expenditure. d'
; Cutler, ; than usual. Mr. Stowers feels very

Palm, C. W. Hill much encouraged over the' business Union Revival Services

The meeting was called to order by outlook in West Palm Beach and says toAtlantic '''r

W A. Filer, chairman of the committee that he stands ready to put his shoul- In School Auditorium r Will Transfer Attempted Robbery '

and that body at once proceededto der to the wheel and help the march of At

canvass the vote. progress In any manner that is pos CityWest BoyntonLast 11 1

In checking up It as found that sible. The opening of'The Palms at :Much:\ Interest is being manifested the city in his great oilc. The minister Q Qan QS
from the the early date mentioned will be hail Palm Beach patrons of the Sunday night about two o'clock
there few changes
were very In the union evangelistic services now I is a forceful speaker and his interpretations ,
figures published. S. O. Fitts lost one ed with delight by the traveling public Western Union Telegraph Company attempt at robbery was made at
being held in the public school auditorium of the scriptures havea
and E. H. Dimick lost two votes. No and must have a beneficial effect on will regret to learn that Jimmie EVr the'home of Postmaster Frank P. 1 '+
the business interests of the city. and notwithstanding the peculiar convincing effect upon
other errors were found. ans, the local manager has tendered Harper at Boynton, by some one who
Owing to the very close vote be threatening weather of the past few those classed as unbelievers. For ten I
his resignation, which becomes effective was evidently aware of the fact that 1, ('
tween Messrs.l. S. O. Fitts and F. W. PARTIES HAVINGMONEY TO days good congregations have attend- years he was State evangelist of a y T
about the middle of June. Jim- he had considerable from Sat
Hahn, candidates for county clerk, It LOAN in sums of f2,500 to $f,000, on money

was desired by tile friends of Mr. Fitts one, two and three years time, on Im- p rule resigns to accept a more important urday night's grocery trade and sale

that there be a recount of the votes proved.clty property, can get first position with> the Western Unionat of money orders at the post office on ,

cast in each precinct for clerk.; The security and legaj rate of interest by Atlantic City, N. J, and will leave Land. '

resolutionand applying to W. .METCALF, fOr that famous resort the latter part
matter was brought up by The attempt was frustrated by }Ir.Harller's .
ma9tf Attorney and Agent. of next month. He will spend the
on being put to a vote was lost bya 1.r
summer there and possibly return to two daughters Bessie and
result of 6 to 7. Mr. Fitts was rep- 71. hi.
Florida next fall. Lulu giving the alarm. The would-be b
Utchel and Launch Sup. a
resented In the meeting by Mr. Batteries Complete
James Evans Is just turning seventeen -' thief having entered through a closed
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D. Price and Mr. Hahn by Judge plies, at Fowler Bros. King's.Local
years of age, and has set an example window and being seen from their !
Ceo A. Worley. During the proceedings $ "
certain which many young boys, withno bed j
the committee discussed MerchantsTo
advantages who are compelled at The man was barefooted and was "<,
features connected.! with the counting t
a tender age to hustle for themselves, tracked some. distance in the damp '
of the Miami! vote by the inspectorsand Organize a'I
might well emulate. Four years ago sand, An Investigation showed he dl ,
Irregularity was charged.The '
--- s he entered the local office of the Western had tried all the windows around the a
Irregularity was denied, but the /
Several weeks ago the hlea was i. b Union as messenger boy He baa house before entering. ,
committee decided that the fairest
i conceived by some of the local merchants necessarily been deprived of schol advantages Sheriff!: Frohock waa wired to bring i,
course would be to recount the Miami dY
i their interests, 'as welt as 4 but appreciating this con- dogs from .Miami: but they being out {
vot<. and also the Dania vote,, some that _
i Itlon, he has made the moat of the on another chase could not be gotten tI
dl satisfaction having been expressed: the general Interests of the city might S .
I ? I'' tuatlou confronting him. By a dim aboard the morning, train but were t
In regard!: to it. co-operation of TM rG.a' '
'be advanced by the Kerosene light, after\ the worries and brought up later Ii an automobile, i {
The committee then adjourned for r
I all the mercantile Interests and a ares of the day were laid aside and arriving at Boynton about one o'clock. f
dlun<>r, Upon .reassembling after din- .
temporary organization was at once most people have sought rest In slum- As It1a\ <<1 been raining for several .
nor the decision to recount the votes
number of bar Jlmmle has worked out his own hours the scent was, obliterated so
in thi. Miami and Danta precincts was made, which Included a
luslness1 The organization was education. Two years ago he was they could only follow\ a short dia,1, ri
riactnded as circumstances did not men r
"The West Palm made manager of the local otnce and tance, where tracks bad been coveredby
the title,
seem a
to given
warrant the .same. Association," and has since drawn regularly his salaryof the boxes etc. This \9 the second 1 i
In the Committeeman Beach Merchants' \ .
meantime '
of printers' ink was a. fifty dollars every month. If there attempt at robbing at Boynton the 'n
Klrkman had moved to throw out the the liberal use '
has been a single cause; for complaint past few weeks
Miami Vote but his motion failed to marked feature of their beginning.A offered ed both morning and afternoon services religious denomination of Illinois, and against his work, The Tropical Sun ,1

receive a. second. special Inducement was he thoroughly understands the work
has failed to hear of it. Long after THE LIFE INSURANCE I ImuddlA

The committee proceeded to canvas all out-of-town buyers to visit Went The meetings ate being conducted, of an evangelist. nice hours, and after his messenger has started the public to < F
and approve the returns from each Palm Beach and do their shopping, Services are being held twice a day J
boy has "knocked off."many Is the thinking The wonderful success
precinct as certified by the Inspectors, and so satisfactory did the plan work by Rev. C. F. VanAuken, of Chicago In the auditorium in the afternoonat ,, t
message of importance that Jlmmlo! that has met Ballard's Horehound
all being from been decided to perpetuate 3:30 and in the evening at 7:30.:
approved except those that It has under the auspices of the Congrega- : has mounted his wheel and. carried tots Syrup in its crusade on Coughs,

West Jupiter, the entire vote of which the organisation. tional, ,Methodist and Baptist Everyone ts Invited to attend these deml nation. Influenza, Bronchitis and all Pulmonary ->

Precinct was thrown out because In At a meeting of business men Monday churches, and' the evangelist has the meetings, and the cooperation of all The people of West Palm Beach troublea-baa started the public

the clerkship contest some of the tickets afternoon plans for a permanent co-operation of all of the pastors of Christian workers la desired. have found a friend In Jimmie, and to thinking of this wonderful prepa- l

were marked 'for two clerks. : organization under the title given ," wherever he goes he will carry the ration.( They are' all using It; Join ? I

The committee finished its labors above were considered, and it was THE TOMATO CROP I, best success with this particular crop beet wishes of the com unity with him. the procession and down with sick-

late in the afternoon. The canvassingof unanimously voted that a permanent. On the whole, the tomato crop Is obtained by what would be called May success attend hint in his new ness. Price 23c:; 60c and 100. Sold ,
the returns made the vote stand organization be at once perfected.One small plantings such as one man home
G. Rtegel.
of the sudden.. close h by A. 'tyl
Practically principal features which was brought a yl
a* originally published. of the with small assistance can look after

:Messrs. Merrltt and Hahn will be In organization. will be the mutual protection in this county last week, was a most and..,cultIvate properly/ himself. HEADQUARTERS The East Coast'Lumber and Supply Ir$

the second prmary-Minot News which it offers. profitable one. There Is much encouragement to i For all kinds of building material. Company; are carrying a big stock of
t tIfJJf will be held next
Another meeting elected. At first It was feared that the continuous the' Dade county grower in the re- I Best material and prompt service is fine pineapple wraps in plain manllla!

A ,,CLOSE CALL. Monday, when officers will be rains of the early winter sults of this last crop, and next sea our motto. East ,Coast Lumber and and fancy colors. Get their prices ', ,,

"A dangerous Burglcal operation, months would destroy all chances fora son will see some additions to the Supply Company 2w before buying; 19-2w ,

involving the removal of a malignant BEACH COTTAGE FOR RENT. crop, but after events proved that number of acres planted.

ulcer, as large as my band, from',my Three-room cottage, furnished com the fear was unfounded and that for 'More caution will be used and higher Talking Machines and Records, all FOR RENT.-Furnished cottage

+ daughter's tip wa prevented by the plete,' on ocean front, for rent on those who had out' a spring crop the I forms of cultivation will be studied makes at Idner & Son's. tf for summer or by the ;year. Excellent ,

application of Bucklen's Arnica reasonable terms during summer. returns were eminently satisfactory. : out and put Into practical ef- location. H. P. McQINLEV

Salve,'* says A t C. Btlckel, of (Miletus. Inquire C. A. Stone, Root Trail. tl Prices throughout 'were good and The East Coast Lumber and Supply 12-lm 'McGlnley Brothers Co.

'\\, "a. "Penis'.+ut'use of the Salve those who had In small acreages thprofits fect.Tomatoes are and always will be a Company have In stock a full line of A

completely cured It.. Cure ,cute, Leave your orders at The Tropical were' large. safe' and profitable crop for Dade Parold and Red Rope Roofing papers, Great ion those Dollar Sterling (

:Burns and Injuries. 25o *b all' drug- Sun offlce for all kinds< of engraved Jt Is being demonstrated that the county growers.-Miami Record. the best made. l -2w Silver Spoon. at Idner's.oJ .
and visiting
glata and monogram UUoneiy

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An exchange tells the following: A --
poor tnnn upplicd for membership< in .
tl Pioneer Paper ol Dada County Florida

'='= -='_ =_..--O- a very exclusive church. They hardly 1.wAwaiwW

4 Ptttliabed Every Wedncidoy and Saturday liked to turn him down,so requested SIRKILNCOMPANY

In prayer and come Again. In about
r PRICE {3.00: PEIt YEAR,
two months he showed up. They
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questioned him ad to what reply, i If
i d' Tropical Sun P&ollshlng Cpmp'yCHAS. ,
any be bad received!: and be said: SHOES
B. KENDALL, Manager.Bnttrcd <
L / .... 7 .

'24 courag'ed. bare advanced from .
at the l'o.loffice of Wet Palm Bead :

S ..aecond-elana matter. trying to get into that church foi 30 TO 50 PER CENT

. ----- but bad not succeeded." Still we are ready to show you thE
V seven years, We're Waiting tor You Hatcliett-DaCamara Hardware
It ia believed! that every county It S very newest)styles of Hprlngand Co

has "anti-drainage." Summer:! to come in and bare a talk with us about
Florida! gone STOP GRUMBLING banking'( Not that we want you to Wholesale Retailers of Hardware

it you suffer from Rheumatism or SHOES and OXFORDS! learn the business but because we want r
}r' T. A. Jennings, ol Went Florida, In pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment I to do business'with. you We're pro.. West Palm Beach, Florida
paring and with increased facilities for \\
said to be a canddate for Governor. will bring quick relief. It Is a sure at the name old prices. caring for business want you to

Of course there is nothing in a name,, cure for Sprains\ Rheumatism, Con- Prosper With Us.
tracted muscles and all pains-and .
v ?' but all the game one cannot btlp remarkiogtbatthenamedoeso'tsound- within'the reach of all Price 25c, W. L. Douglas Banking with us doesn't mean et. I
rich-quick," but a steady, healthful
50c, $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, Tex., growth of wealth.

I good In connection with the gubernatorial writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow Monarch Pats Anything In the banking( line can be

race. Liniment in my family for years and safely done through us. Will be pleased

have found Ifr-ft! fine remedy for all Queen Qualityat to see yon.DADE .

pains and aches. I recommend it for COUNTY STATE BANK
; The Gainesville Bun:; ia responsible pains lit the, chest. Sold by A. Q.
just what they fire marked.
lor the statement that a new game Riegel. West Palm Beach, Florida. -
baa cropped nut called"TheEditor," Prices $3.60 to $5.00 F

about It. CARD OF THANKSTo - -
and a country weekly tells J. B. McGINLEY -
the Voters of Dade County:
I Take sheet of ordinary writing/ I desire to thank my many friendsfor nUltllIAItDT'S Wfat Palm Beacli. Slay looa

,s paper,fold nicely: ,enclose bank note their very generous support by Clothingat Funeral Director

sufficiently large; to pay all arrearages and through which I was nominatedone A PREACHMENT
of the county eomlssloners. I ABOUT TEA."Do .
and one year in advance, and closing out prices. find -
appreciate their good offices and we, for instance, know as we ought to know, .what we're about I
hand it to the editor! Keep youreyeon will endeavor to so conduct myself In when we're choosing a tea? Do we know what tea quality really Is? Do |

him, and if a smile adorns his face, office as to merit their confidence. t EmbalmerDoth we know what intrinsic goodness in a tea leaf really*means? Do we ,

a it works tine and dandy. Now Is the A. LEE ALLEN Shirts know just how to go about looking for the actual quality iu a tea leaf?

Top licensed by the State to embalm Do we, ia a word, know just how to go about choosing between a good '
time to play the joke. It; beats ping drinking tea and a poor drinking tea?
i Remy Magnetos, $15.00. Best made, and prepare bodies for shipment.
1 pong, pit and flinch all hollow. at Fowler Bros. & King's. 2 for $1.25The NO: WE DO NOT!

t Lady assistant Neither do we know law or medicine, but we can employ a lawyer or a '

Senator Reed! Smoot is not the A, YEAR ,OF BLOOD. doctor and have at our service all their skill and knowledge. (
remembered We Have a Tea Expert, who selects our tea. All his knowledge and
will be -
The 1903 long Sirkin
only: Federal-oiHce-hoider( who is iu year Conip'yJeffers years of experience exerted for us, and that Is the reason, we sell better
For Sale
in the home of F N Tacket,
than others for less I
of losing his job on account tea money.
danger : of Alliance, Ky., as a year of blood; IMock Just kindly try ns for tea and note the difference. As to prices we
of affiliation will theMormon church. which flowed so copiously from Mr. have a crackerjack for 50 cents a pound.
West Palm'Beach. Florida
President Roosevelt! ia at. present Tacket's lungs that death seemed ,

making on investigation; .of BishopF. very near. He writes: "Severe bleed- Sherman's Point L. W. tJUKKMAKL( FINEST GROCERIES

Ing from the lungs and a frightful PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
:J! H. Winters of the Mormon church cough had brought me at death's on !Lake Worth, N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, Grain and Feed.

( whom he named as postmaster at door, when I began taking Dr. King's LA ff. ISflt' will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.

Idaho. Ilia appointment New Discovery for Consumption, Near Best Fishing
Moutpeiler, r* c. CIIILLINGWUlLT1I o.o'U o..O-o-o-o-ooao a o-o-o.
would doubtless have been with the astonishing result that after M

this it not taking four bottles I was completely ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Twenty-eight acres ol Land suitable .
confirmed were
restored and as time has proven per- B roadwellM i !
for the investigation, which was manently cured." Guaranteed for Palm Beach Fla for Pineapples, Fruits and Vegetables

brought about by the desire of the Sore Lungs, Coughs and Colds, at all pKO. O. CUlt 1C 112 ; 800 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit, Registered Pharmacists
I drug stores. Price BOc and $1.00.
President to know more of the Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law Agents Biltmore Cream and Oliver's Candies
Trial bottle free. Oranges:; Bananas; Guavas-in, foil
Biubops participation in Mormon I WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
I bloom. One thousand feet of Lake Out-of-town orders are given prompt attention *
politics. The most famous strllce breakers in' TT 1*. HHANNINO

the land are Dr. King's New Life Front. Thirty-five large; Cocoanut Manufacturers of the strongest nnd must. effective
Attorney and Counsellor-*t-L&w,
Wliileoloing: some shopping in one Pills When liver and bowels go on Trees. Shell Mound.! Beautiful HORSE FLY REMEDY
(Office over Bank.) *,
strike settle the trou- .
t of our grocery'stores last'evenlng we they quickly WEST PALM BEACH FLA
ble, and the purifying work goes on the market. SPECIAL PRICE PER GALLON
I chanced to hear a little boy askS II "
right on. Best cure for constipation, MEDICAL AND SURGICALH. View.At

S father who that man WAS bu"\ ,\ >: headache and dizziness.. 25c at all C. HOOD, M. D a Bargain Jefferson Block WEST PAL3I 1IEACI1

beans "That is our editor, .aid druggists .

the father. "What do editors live PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON West Palm Beach Buggy and Wagon Shop
OOlce Potter' more. WEST
"' BOX 155, West Palm Beach. Fla.
on? said the little urchin. "Why do PALM BEACH Residence near Royal
the Democratic voters of Dade
l'oinclanaHot ask that question? said the In- '
you County: E. C. MAYNARD, Prop.
s dulgent father? "Because I heart: I take this method of announcing T-t. II. POTTKU, SI. D., /
L. A.
had taken our home myself aa a candidate for the office of 8:208: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. .. WILSON
you say you pa. Spring Wagons Built to Order.
County Clerk of Dade County, subjectto DENTAL MANUFACTURER Of
for three and bad never
per years
the action of the Democratic prim- Wagon, Carriage and Buggy Painting and Specialty.
Striping a
paid a cent for it. To save the father ary. P. W. HAHN. DILB.Ii.DIACY 1lRJN.NEWNANDrs. Boots and Shoes

'' embarrassment wn left the store, but MACr& NEWMAN Only Best Material Teed and Expert Workmen Employed.All .
in All Kinds of Leather '
: Repairing
',r it IB safe' to predict that child /got DENTIS13 work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
the Democrats of Dade County: Goods<; Neatly Done "
T when the father got him Block >
spanked Office in Jefferson
method of
I take this announcingmy
: IVHST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Shops on Clematis Avenue, West of Railway Track.
home.-:Mayo Free Press. : candidacy for the office of County
Indian Tanned Buckskin
, Clerk, subject to the action of the J. J3. LIDDY
r clerks in thedifferent .pjlt. tI0 0:10710tI01a0S10110.O510aOta05t0It Olio*ol o AOilOS10A0A0A0it0 AOtO
There are just 1,587 Democratic primary, and will appreciate Dentist o stoetostostororostoroatoRoatokostoROatustoatoRORUKoROaCoat >>..oKOitSS
departments of the any support that my friends can and Horsehide ShoesFOR v 00
govern '
went'of .
Jlllce First door Undo County State .. *
give me. Respectfully Dank -.... t o 0a
;; ; ment more than 65 years of age,and 5.
of this number, 171 are upwards of .,
Olive St. North of New Jefferson Bio 00II
75 years. The Civil Service Commission DO YOU LOVE .tti

different has completed departments its, census and within of the a your cries.Vermifuge baby Buy?a and. bottle You he White's wonder will never why Cream cry.he FOWLER BROS. &:, KING II i SINGER SEWING 00

few days' a report will be. made to :Most babies have worms, and the MACHINE SHOP 0)11) 5*

} President RooseVelfi regarding the mothers don't know it. White's il.

Cream Vermifuge rids the child of MACHINESon
and efficiency of these clerks. .0
years worms and. cleans out Its system In a KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK o.
The oldest clerk in the service Is 91 "0
pleasant way. Every mother should "
Sake sure A yield of nunntltr and in S3 f o0o
years. There is one who is 00; three keep a bottle of this medicine in the quality. When your fKtii rplnnt.l 1 'GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES
tH> o
Forty a thny wore the st on the ] 00
house. With It, .fear need never enter 7' market,but they haveMon Improvf "
are Sti; four 85; five 84; sis: 83; hue ever since. We mr. xpurt t In FOR SALE ,!!..
her mind. Price 26o. Sold. by H u nr and v.eotnhleaeNM. 25 10 oJ
twelve 82 fourteen 81; eighteen 80; KKIOHiM.il Anniml.Oruutlfully Ilia-
; A. Q. Riegel. S t r.utd,rr<->910 ail. uppilcanta. > 25 "
Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front
fifteen 79; twenty-five 78; twenty. h 0.:M. FERRY A CO., Detroit, Mid,. lib Are "Tried and True." We sell them ou terms 0,
three 77 and forty-four 76. Of the IF YOU DON'T
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-$3.00 per month-that you cannot(-afford to be
entire number, 180! hold their positions succeed the first time use Herbine ----. --- 25 oS3
and you will get Instant relief. The without one. You, can save. the "coat of one by
on account of their war records. S. Hacker & AUGUST; STOCKER 25 '
a greatest liver regulator. A positive Son making your own and children's clothes, in I lens. o.t 2
r cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia 252g I HooH
Fully fifty per cent. of the Florida First-Class Experienced than a. yeaj-less time.than it take to pay for it. ,
:Malaria, Chills} and all liver com- Ho

, publications have either reproduced plaints. Mr. C-, of Emory, Texas, I.f/f ", I l Custom Shoemaker .:o.'. We carry them.. In stock. Call t.'and, "see them. no 0

t J, The Tropical Sun's write-up of'' the I writes: "My wife baa been using < 'w' \ I 23 Machines for rent by the weal 0no
Herbine for herself and children; for lIfJfIA\/ ) .' 0.
proposed reclamation of land and : 23 .' noo.
five yearn It is a sure cure for con- ,: .<
: Fine Bt ts ShoesMadc] to Order 25 .
building of roods near West Palm utlatlon and malaria fever, which Is ; t1;I.' 1(; lio o.tSS

Beach or commented favorably on substantiated by what it has done \\1 ,, m II ,m .'0
?'. 'f.> j !t. Wear Rubber SoUs'aneJ Rubber I ... 'A'
for Sold Rie- 4 ,. r Ys
my family. by A. G. : "
Each of these publications J 25H \ ,
?, the scheme. 'eel. (;- t \, ,Heels! for Comfort ) ,' ,> "" ;\' t.'ix;a,:. 4,,
p' has, besides! its local circulation! ) : ) '
a foreign circulation of more or ''lo1lIlt I --.;....... !' -..: ,,- Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish ancj ShoeLaces *'o "We Are 'Aft. Your turnlttire.Business., '" :" of 0'o
for Gentlemen's, adies1 and 25 g o

;? magnitude. In fact {it can be safely Try .' MANUFACTURERS OF Children's Shoes always on hnnd. 25 '. _..w, ___ T I of

estimated that huudreds of news > i Clematis Ave.. West Palm Beach

papers have gone; Into every State ia Doors, Sash, Ii McGINLEY BROS. co.n I

the 17aion.telling the story of West The Tropical. Sun Blinds, MouldingsAND t

?r y I Palm: Bench and' ber latest development '* i -- GEO. HASLEHDRST & SON ,I 25 Opposite School House o1

,r scheme. And ,yet, when a newspaper t" Building Material, Contractors and BuildersP. 25 o'o

; ;tf !: man approaches some !181ne8s'mel1 if you want CHARLESTON, S. C. O. BOX. 304 25 all

Rn,) solicits advertising\ he 25 a 0.ao .
L. Largest South. OJI
/ Factory
will be met with the OD8\'er. "0, !lir Fine line of latest style visiting ? .0 0.' j
Best of Printing Send for Prices. cards and latest In letters at The 710110AOt1O 0:01:
lOi01O110l101101AOte0a0 oatoataltokoKoatoat0atoltoltoKrt
doesn't pay4) :'roDtcal' Sua. Call and see sample ostostostoKot.oKasloRatoKostortoM, wwowowntauwowow'1/sowoatow0a0

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Local H Happenings day tofore., and occasioning! no delay lIlI here Vitus' Dance, which yielded to no II ---

treatment but grew steadily worse "Ml
A circular letter $ .
touching: upon thin until as alaut resort we tried Elec-
.I.| (:seen. Supreme organizer change In the schedule as issued l
w from
\1r' tric Bitters; and I rejoice to any,
Hrothi'i-hood( of Manr returned the office by Theo o. Eger vice
d. the pres three bottles effected a completecure. Colored
from Fort Pierce, :
morning ident and general of the "
)'eBl I'IIlY manager line, Qulclc, sure euro for nervous
lodge has iecently! was from the i
twang New
York ,
vhere\ 4th. office on May complaints, general debility, female
wen instituted.uurmR weaknesses! Impoverished blood and

the electrical storm early malaria. Guaranteed by all drug ,

morning, the flag-staff over MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Price 60c. i and Organdies

yesterday Hotel Hibiscus, on- the East Side,, Great happlnss came Into the home ; ,

1hs struck by lightning and shattered. of S. C. Blair, school superintendent, ',,4i S et a

was damage was done, except at 'St. Albans, W. Va., when his little MONEY TO LOAN. t

No further tearing away of a few shingles.At daughter was restored from the IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT <%w/v\/vvwvv/v """ """" """ "" ""

the of the Mlamt Board of dreadful complaint he names. He you want to Improve and need moneyto
a meeting says: "ily little do It with apply to Oeo G. Cuirie, r
\' e this week It was determinedLt daughter had St. I! West Palm Beach As the warm weather approaches you beginto

the Magic celebrate City should the this Glorious year feel the necessity of something cooler; some ,

:properly.ollrth that' and and, have acordlngly been commenced preparations on: U' UQQDUDQD D .it m cool material to make up into kim nas, house '

to an extensive scale. I I dresses and dresses for street wear. If you are

of the Dade County Republican -
A meeting Executive Committee was in need of any summer wash goods, we wouldbe v

held decided in Miami to hold yesterday a county, when convention It was S pleased to show you our full stock of these

on June 26th, for the purpose of nom- both in colors and in white.

usual inating claim a full is being county made ticket.that The the r _ANTHONY___EXTENDS We have the assortment to suit all occas-1 ,'

RePublicans are strong, etc ions all tastes and every ., f
; ,
Grace Thayer Goold, principalof ,
the West Palm Beach kindergarten 1'1

and Miss Evelyn Clark, assistant, Large Flowered Effects for Kimonas t'rM'' r
left this morning for Daytona, Miss to All! Our ,

Clarlt's home. !Miss Goold will remain -

er which In Daytona she will for leave a brief for her visit northern aft-- r "Out-of-town Friends" to Small Figures and Dots for Street and House \Vear

home to spend the summer. Make Our Store HEADQUARTERS

The attorneys of the :Miami: bar i A Complete Range of Prices In All Designs, from Five Cents Up

have been notified' by, Judge, Jones

that he will not be able to hold a '" +6"A 4 b'916K'w 6' r0+9r6"0 0r6gd0r0+d'6ti'
special term of the circuit court In Our Line of SHOES, CLOTHES, HATS and FURS. I

June as had been planned when he NISHINGS Is More Complete Than Ever B
adjourned the spring term. It Is not
known when the special term will beheld H BRANNING.I BROSU 1 y"
; Iy t 1
but Were Is a movement on foot : ; t

W Induce the Judge to put it off until AhthonyBros.i I

September or Oetober.--Mlainl of Record. Mal1RC;' LKDIES' O1IANTS'-ABSOCIATION D FiZZE( S

The first solid carload pineapplesfrom
'Incorporated l i it
the mainland this season went

north Saturday night from the Mln- r WEST PALM BEACH, FLU $

at :Boynton. It con-
)nehaha' Pinery advantage of the Merchants' offer and '0" to West Palm Beach
''slsted of three hundred' crates, and : I -"" __ """' """ ""' """ """V

was an exceptionally fine shipment IT' t+ ; I wI
all the fruit averaging larger than '
I ti
24s. Within the next few days the CITY MEAT MARKETT.
will be general and severalcars ,
shipping '
I A. FEASTER Proprietor..
will move from the different In County Judge's Court, Probate Juris- 1i1 .lr,

shipping) points daily ru twG 1t' O DU.i dlcton, Dade County, State of Florida.In Florida IIdd l Western Meats Poultry. Game and Eggs. ,
the Matter of the Estate of PatienceP. '-
On Sunday morning two Indiana, Mai( Orders Receive Careful Attention.
Ward Deceased.
Doctor and his mother, who '
Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
Notice is hereby given that on
with other Indians were In camp ," -
Tax Sale Notice. second day of July, A. D. 1906, I shall ylai ,
about two miles above the city'on --- --
present my accounts for final settlement -
lllaml river, died of 'measles which Notion, Is liuruby givon that that tho following described laude wilt bo wild nt 1 public iiiict ""r"r"r"r"r"r"r"'r"r"r"r" "! " r " "
prevails In the camp. Their white Ion on Mouilay, Ibu 4til day of Juno 1UOO nt 10 o'clock a, in., nt the Council: Chamber', In the Cliy and apply for my discharge as "! ""r"r"r""r"r"r" " !?
of west 1'alm liuauh In tim County of Dada Stalu: of Florida,ores mud thoreof as will b0ncoi'sniiry executrix of the Estate and of the Last
friends In this city have become interested to pay the nnfomit duo for taxes to thu bald' city,, for the your lIKiC) her Sri act oppomte.o Will and Testament of Patience P. '

and' are caring for the other the same together with coats lit Hlloh (Mile and ndvm'tialag, Ward, deceased, to the County Judge, | The Fie el pharmacy |
sick. Doc-
Indians who are Tommy 'fataluuu't
at Miami, Dade County, Florda.
tor was! a prominent Indian and was I -
well known throughout the ,county. coot, Otndvfng Executrix of the Last'Wtll and Testa Solicits YOUR- Trade.

Miami News. ment of Patience P. Ward, deceased. --- --
Capt U D, Hendrickson of Palm I, ::1.8 2 000 Z"I.f .11\0 80 H. PIERRE BRANNING, --

Bench was a visitor In Miami yester- I ',-.,, '...' 2 7 5 'm'm.tl'ollgJr' I Io 810 Attorney for Executrix. We give you Pure Drugs .at Moderate 3 t I 441
day attending to business matters. o 10, .00 It "' .. ," '. 0 I II A (,;m'lIll1. .. 7 \..0'w J1 1hZ 558 f144444a4
Capt. Hendrickson Is one of the I l2-wI9 u! rtot.2Gn.'>' t,', 11 It Unknown vIMOWnIf, 580l2w lHOI 5= Prices, put up,by a ReqisteredPharmacist. HH ti;
pioneer residents of Dade county.For 13 JI: Mrs Lacy I'Lllmh11r) ., 1090em 3 ,, ''t p Ft
H 12 II L Jl a number of years he ran a lineof 12. Round Trip 1
r .t 1
schooners betjtvo&i; Lake Worth and 1" 80o -
111 tl'nhull Brolt
ed! 0 -
Jacksonville, and also between Lake 17 )1,'.Edith A Metcult. '" 2" 80 Louisville & Nashville S Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream 3S
Worth and Miami before the railroad 1a I .-
1 I H Fisher 8110
reached this point.-Miami 'Metrop- e'S8' 'J- I 19 UN Seal 8M. Ra.Uroa.d.The -" --- -
olis. 111 I. A WI..o1I, 10 HOwt3 : A. Q. IUEOEL 2S {
III Mrs I A MeGllIley 1t

I It! is probable that thlre may be a ,.. 211!/II/ .1 gJOliver h'I(srIIIU: 4 110I 80S4 Louisville & Nashville Railroadwill Graduate New York College of Pharmacy 13 ,
rural mall route established for the w! 1 34 21,,re Mary MII\111 0 110 sell Round Trip Tickets from Jacksonville -
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benefit of the people living In that 014 8 a \ri h' ,', 2"2" Jit I tBMurvht IIII'vhl' 850 ai0 to points shown on dates indicated i. ?1JII111111J11JII11UI1111111111111 l & ,. .' !. .i111' 111111JIUIIJlIhI1lUaJI111u, 11 i
14!L y 2" Ensi";.. Corset; Eloot Lt 1"1'.t ice Co 210 noI ; proportionately low rates from
section between Glade and
Orange 2i: AIrullOO Hocks I4 80 l
.' Xli a 1' 11'Ilhanoxm other points. r ,
Cocoanut Grove. Application for this II .
service was made to the departmentsome 4 $30 45. Paris, Texas and return. Tick-
1 Pis Iolhe dolt .. :2 DOo sold and 6 with final
time ago, and Saturday Post- wIt\, ets May 3, 4 5

master Budge of Miami, receivedword 'wlJl a' ," f JI8 2e Gen hurt ZlIpt Zlll'f 228Jy a 90 limit May 15.

from Washington that ff three : II"1 liS ,I D tihlllUI18 a 110 $20.40. Louisville, Ky., and return. Abrams & Miller c
1 Tickets sold June 10, It and la, with
quarter> I of the residents of the district -
lI!! n'rlo: U Grier 11 110 l final limit June 23. By payment of
petitioning for rural service will \Y f3r bi h'LQaigloy :21081 II I It
w4 fee of 50 cents, tickets can be extended -
agree to purchase mall delivery boxes, 80
the service will be established within ep,I II 1314 fV A n Strahnn.I?n unSmith 3 ro until July 23. I Blacksmiths # .
a ni( hnboU" BNI: I $16.35. Nashville, Tenn., and return. Wheelwrights ,
a short time.Clyde aid a H 0.01:1 11I111111. II :130r ,
4 : Tickets sold June 10, II, 12, 18, 19 !

y 8 wild 0 d ,J 11 Taylor 4111' and 20 and July 5, 6 and 7, with final ; II G,
Line's \ limit from date of sale. By' 1'
15 days p
/ 4r 8nrllh 0,111111 2,6eeg
el'-3} : payment of feeof| 50 cents, and depositing Horseshoeing and General Re- I {
49 (,ouoln'ebber 10 00 t
Sailing Hour :I ticket, same can be extended
411 M Gh'tlllnn II 70 ik
until September 30.
9 pair Work
41Laura I'o\l'ell! H 110 1665. Knoxvllle, Tenn.. and tetuin. '
beep e
water bar has
to the St. Johns w 44 8 \, {
been 000Za't' I 14910 80 Tickets sold June 16, 18, 19 23, 14 and f
realized to that extent whereby II, E C: hl: Ll' Iee Cusux200t1 :80< lie 001'of lot Ii ; I Clow'sd : 30 a Specialty
Clyde Line steamers will\ no longer -,, 7 II '" Oi'H ( .. 15 days from date of sale. Tickets
nken I Uo)
'!> dependent upon the tides inmaking 1 i2 Jo'II 1..lIv W A. .1 SIeL.ra' w., 1 Ho can be extended by payment of fee of { I r
their departures from Jack- 7 1i1 111' J W ll(tlthlJul'oj .. II II ml 8ea 50 cents, and depositing with special Freight Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders
II B 11rwrawil
1011'1111\1, says the Jacksonville Me- 1-:1: 211 Ic\n\ ... r 9 ru: agent: until September 30th.
<. as 5! 'I'Ill'nr L', J''l'lIo tvigdna I w :1HI\ 7750.' Sau Francisco and' Loa Angelesand

On .rune the iched- 11 Rnht Mars un \2IN' ) return. pickets sold June 34 to
6th next the new :2811
1 H MnUen''
Vie flxlns the departure of the vessels \\I. r 24 '1''U.1008)lads' Odd Fellows Stall 1:1: :fIO kl July 6 inclusive. Final.Hmit September Poinsetta Street North \Vest Palm Beach ,
at in Its\ 2 WilllIun N 110t Liberal stopover privileges.Ji'usengers I
oo o'clock; both from Jacksonville : t'C ,fnttedou0. 15.
I !lI! w 1'kl' route and return -
l l' C can go one
Charleston will bfl ,inaugurated 11\ S. r
add to W P Bench 110 another. ;
This will apply fp all 'ships j V'lIkuown-Ry way -_ ''
0 ; 15th to September 3otB, ,
lUllnK these\ Daily. May
from ports for New
Yorlt ---: ondblak. ; numbers glv"n alove I&I'U III IIcoordnnee, 10 tIll' Map oe tho City o Inclusive.; Round trip 'summer 'tourist GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER h Y.
A The lot ; of the Clerk of tho..roult l C6artta.: .pad' 10' tickets will be on sale to various re-
ollloe "
Metropolis upon r.oorl In the
F ; reporter called Wart 1-ulnv 11ollcl new on sorts'*, Full Information schedules; timetables ,. WEST PALM BEACH y
U. (roumoneajj,, Jr., assistant gen- Dildo tUllllt: )', norlll, \nnlueaothorwise tpaIl0ed. l etc., will be furnished on application -
.eral uasaenger agent'of the qiyd WUnesa my hftnd l thin Bih day of Mny, ..0n. 18011. Bus Trips to'aa"d
r G. E.
LIne today and he, said that It ht\d\ w. w. HENCAICH been CityTasColloctoi1.Mulgoba :: 1"1' a"Pass. Agent, L..N. R.R., ,
> the desire of the Cyi9 tine' for "'." '
: ; : ,18 W. Buy St., Baggage De1ray
"We years to arrive at the time' when; Jacksonville, Fla. t ,

sUch an arrangement could be ma'de., Wagons : Roynton

J"*lie II would> save the patrons! ot: the GRAFTED'B Mangoes. --------. Meet N N r and tAll

a great deal ot Inconvenience In. United Statell. ?alma, Pbyllan S. H. RICHMOND, Agent Other
mating: connections by rail here with Largest Collection of Crotons In the ; n

the roamer. en route I'to New Yogic\ ,, us' eta' All pot grown. Full Line ofOltrus AdreS8 Stock Peirlie Grant Lad Company TraIns Points ,
anti also do away with' tW necessity. grown on High Spruce Pine Lanli. .'
of persona having to to Jack i West Palm Beach, Florida I 1 URAL ESTATE. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEP'REEL !
come BEACH
, ,, I JOHN B t
IOnvlll a day previous tot'ak* tehlps I I II CUTLER ttt.ORIDA'Dyspepsia: ElAM F"I..E. COM

sailing at an early hour In the morn '

trains I lug, QaaWea arriving< these itf: Jaikaonvllle advantages 1n ,theniorning all ,' jffifliBEFORTHE SUN (Kodol Cure I TROPICAL Sjinest Line Job r r

:111 what eat. ,
wlti mapIl lI lle eglpoliaec: oA Digests you 1- :
Ij! t the ehfpa sailing On the. lame t 4 I

tiia Jntillrg! .

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Paragraphs of 1\ .Jt"; $> ,*, \ I J'i !
. Coeallnteresttli i

\\ ,I' IIdh: 1, '" ,., West Palm Beaeh
dt II M haunt 1 m' 1 ins" 1 II h ,
R; ('h!..I1- \\'. Cm, Mil I! ot Juiiiter\ was In
lit i Illy .vrMciiluy t fl
1v! TinBonnl of TniclG[ tnlgtf) )possibly: :
t 1 hued. u nn-ding; lonlKhl, but\ It lat' ( lei
T, T OR't\NT *-:
ilunhiltil] I Ii "-J H.
+ d, ltd'I.1. H. Unrber, of Uungurlanil,
hI war Okoeuhobee, spent yesterday. ; In I .
t UKcity\ ou business. 1 : May \14, 1906
i 1'hllailelphla capitalist!} are In MIami : \
with ti view of putting, In a large!
Y v.a.s; plant for. lighting\ and other pur-
jv.hrw.) ([he'Wercants"[ Clssociatipn !
, } Llnle Hits Ruth tteilHVr wont to \ ?
J. !Miami Saturday to bo the guest of
hr jmlKL-/;, and Sire A. IS. Hcyser for BPV- I Begs to call attention to the arrangement made in this city ,on the llth, inst., between I
a e.al days.The .
West Palm Bench Kindergarten representatives o? the railway company, the land companies and the business? men of

which closed has been yesterday successful for beyond the term all, the city, 'by which SIX THOUSAND ACRES OF THE BEST MUCK LAND tt;

expectation.-' in this section of the State will be drained and placed upon the market. Important t1}
,, '11'. R. O. Davies editor of the Palm I
i Beach News, left Sunday night on a { features of the arrangement are :
business trip to St. Augustine and '
Jacksonville.Chief I pp 3

Oscar Cheatham of the Fire baa gone Department to Charleston J. 1 The land is located immediately west of and adjoining M w 3

S. C., where he was called on Important I .
legal business S ; the city. t .
,Mr. Geo. W. Potter spent Monday

:l, the In Miami County attending Democratic the meeting Executive of 12 Rock roads connecting it with the city are a part j!(

c;, ; Committee, of which lie is a aiemberMr. .

''t t and .Mrs. Isidore Cohen are qua $ of the plan. t i1 1 I Ii
tertatnlng as their guest for a few
1 t f '\11', Slrldn, of West Palm
: Harry
Beuch.Miami Metropolis, Saturday. ( : s -i 3 The land will be dyked and drained, ready for cuI-

Passengers from Jacksonville will
no longer be obliged to go aboard the tivation by the first of January next. ; m mI'
t ships to spend the night, as was the ,

a<, IL% effect case when .early sailings' were in s! i 4 One of the roads will extend into the pine. lands be-I j| |,

Typewriter For Sale-Smlth-Pre
r mler No.2. in good condition. Will I'i i yond the drained area and render them easy of j| ||
be sold at a bargain. Apply James ..
Evans, at office of Western Union *
I; access. .
Telegraph! Company.
Miss Lulu Angevlne, teacher In the
primary. department of the Wes t i 5 One Thousand Acres, only, of the six thousand '
Palm Beach public school, left Sunday

attend night for the Tallahassee summer normal., where she will fi drained, will be sold at PRIeS NT T fi

the The Volunteer regular semi-monthly Fire Department dance will of EXCEED $25.00 Per acre in small lots of

Members be given of in the the department hall Friday and night.their j 1 m about ten or twenty acres, one lot to the purchaser.!! I

't friends are anticipating a pleasan
t time. \ .
airs. A. O. Riegel left Sunday nIght -if
for Cincinnati In response to a dls ; f With all persons interested in securing: a home In or near the city having the
stating that her sister in that
city patch was very 111. She will probably Best.Climate, the Finest Health Record, Public Schools, Churches Water, Fire, Street \
I weeks.remain In Cincinnati for several \ : c and Sewerage Systems of any city twice its size in the State, we'will'' be glad to corre-

Clarence Whlpple of West Palm spond Cut out the coupon below and mail as directed, and we will furnish you with
Beach, baa been visiting his Eden
information want and put in touch with the tc whom
friends the past week. Clarence wa any you you proper parties applications
a favorite when he lived here and :
for the land may be made.
they were all glad to see him.-For ;
Pierce Tribune.
H. E. Crooks left Tuesday night fort I'
West Palm Beach to attend the an- j COUPON ADDRESS \
nual meeting of the East Coast Fish _

Co., incorporated .This has been thcompany's ; .JYanie...... --_. ...._..-.... '

Fort In Pierce the election most Tribune In prosperous Miami yesterdayto year.- i r Address, = ;;- == ----u:: =-=: Merchants Association

determine whether that city should
bond> to the extent of one hundred Information Want ell. -.....:.......-.. ... ........... ... .... I
I thousand dollars for municipal Improvements '
the measure carried by a .................--.....---_...._............. .l;; :i......,.... ... .. ... .... .. ... ..... WEST PALM BEACH
t two-thirds vote. e
f .11 Palm Deach Dairy.-J. R.: Harper I 0- .. .. ........-:.I..................:.... ;. ...._.......................... .. _...- FLORIDA S
has purchased from H. P. Dye the r
: Palm Beach, Dairy, and wit continue \ _......, ......... ..... ......:.................................m._ ................--.................- .. E
r the business, serving the patrons fl
with fresh milk and dairy prod- :\ i
; nets morning pure. und afternoon. 2t : I ...$. y' $...\ ." .. "... .' ,..$ $. \ ". .. ,j \ .\ ...,.1"."" ..\>..

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Acting upon advice of relatives of n --0
{ w rile deceased, no funeral service was
+' liekor! <> the Jolly! of the late J. B.We .
}f. ) .*, who died in this city last Sat- $ I SUMMER HOTEL. CHICAGO
ui'ilK'-l '- morning, and l the body was em-
ti tj.I"1: by ilcUlnley Brothers Com- lest Palm Beach
yards and shipped to his former home sf hi HOTEH:{ DEli Pfflt>0
lu ;.Stcubenvllle\ Ohio.
M. a O. Davlea, editor and pre T-,1 Lots. A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.
t in-ii t D: of the. Pulm Beach News, la lu l '. Mldv" t t'
Loonunl '
between .I.lngt"n und Mudlwn .Avenues, fronting on tli.
thw ity today Interviewing the offl- Dmilevnnl.l niljolnliig nib Chicago Cnlvei-nily..
.,f the Florida East Coast Rail-
rfal1' Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People
Mr the purpose of obtaining i
4 Way Choice Residence Lotsfrom From $30 to $40 per Week.
d .
j.iit-cUi( rallruad rates for the week; of
kt .inly Fourth when West Palm Beach Tw\v i minute from Unwn Town tin Illinois Central Rallwny. .
All Trains .top >t 63rd Street, to whleh.11. Oallilall' should be ChKkcd.BIHDXiHY
Pt XYLb in festive attire for a>gala $
$200 A (VIUSB VB. optrleton|
i t. Augustine: Record. up, $ _....,,
: Josephine Lindley expects to -. --- -"
't H l&aY Friday morning for DeLand to one-third cash, balance by semi-annual
veud a few weeks with, relatives and installments, on reasonable time, accord- **% ***%%%%%* *** *
? which ahe will to
friends alter go :
Chautauqua, N. Y., to spend the remainder ing to price of lot. G. G. Strohm Company
,She will For and lull Information to
-W; of the summer.: plats apply ". ,
be accompanied as far aa ,DeLand by I
little ''Miss Katherine DaCamara, who ,
will make a brief visit with'relatives ; Agent Florida Eoet Coast Railway Land! Department. i
S' .LA Jn the latter place.
West Palm Beach Florida.
]Ire. Elizabeth Rockhlll, of West Fancy Food ProductsGrain
Palm Beach, came down yesterday to V
make some Investments In Miami real
and Provisions.*
estate and having satisfied herself
that Riverside wag the best part of Durham, Pres. E. A, Tldd. Vice Pre. W. W. Tldd, Sec. and Tress
i d.r the city for good paying Investments JEFFERSON BLOCK
Grove Co.
itr ebe purchased through the firm of J. ,Orange Realty
b H Tatum& Co., two of their choicest you hu an Orange Grove Grape Fruit Grove, FioeapplA Grove or Lemon
4 lots on Twelfth street 'and returned I that you want tq sell, write as and we will show you how WB SELL West Palm Beach FloridaPAGli
p ,. to her_ home On the evening train.Ailaml .- I b. No t; Rope street
AtU n'tle Rational Bank of Jackionvllla- Jacksonville Florida -'"""' _:.....,,""" "" '
Metropolis Saturday I k

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