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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: June 2, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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F. W. Hahn's Address- IjIURDERERVILL 1 d f I x

I HAll SOLE TESTIMONIALSDid ;


To Dade County: Voters

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HANG TUESDAYUnless
Others followed giving their ver- I

sions of the matter in question, and i To the Voters of Dale( County: tlon, I shall be Clerk of the Circuit

Harperof it could be plainly seen that the school I I By your votes I have been solicited Court for the whole people, regard- ,, j.

patrons of West Palm Deach were I| to enter the race .again for the important less of party affiliation or faction; I' Governor Broward Interferes, developments and of his decision lathe '

puzzled as to what would be the best office of Cleric of the. Circuit regardless of abstract companies or : '
matter
which is not at all probable, Edward{ :
Maryland course to pursue. It could also be II Court any other private or corporate business I i
Brown: the negro convicted at the last "After my talk with you I saw p
plainly seen that a great many, If I have been a citizen of Dade Bountyfor ; : Interest. a
term of Court atI1aml' for who the train. I told him of h
Circuit got on
not a majority of the wouldbe
patrons the past twelve years, and dur- If you should, by your ballots
opposed to the appointment! of ing that time have tried to be 'fair choose me as your public servant In the murder of Mrs Dora SU'g:9, will the plans.. He was familiar with, the

But School Trustees are Askedto iMr.: Harper under the existing circumstances and honest with my fellow men. the capacity of Clerk of the Circuit be executed in the jail enclosure In evidence given at the trial and belIeves a

Investigate Certain In making the race for the first Court I will with a sufficient forceof Miami next Tuesday. AH efforts byBrown's the man guilty. This had a

A motion by :\11'. H P. Branning primary It was my purpose to con- competent assistants chosen from strong effect on me because I know
attorney to save his neck
Reports. finally pravatled that the whole mat- duct a clean Campaign, free from any among you, do my best to repay you he would go as far as I in helping aa

ter of selecting a principal be referred abuse of my neighbors and friends! for your support <h the very best have been given up, and It is gener- Innocent Inan, white or black. Then

back to the trustees and the boardof who were my opponents. How well : service that it is possible to give. ally believed that the negro will makea when I got to Tltusvllle Judge Jones 4

,education, with the instructionthat I succeeded In carylng out this pure ; These pledges. I make to one and full confession on the gallows. convinced me that a stay of execution, n'
called at the school '
The meeting they secure whatever additional pose the voters of the county well all of you.Thanking. The Miami Metropolis of Thursday' would do no good and might do a
auditorium Thursday night for the information they could regarding the know. I believe that every public office ] those of you who were great deal of harm. 4
matters gives the following story of the recent ,(
purpose of discussing pertaining abilities of Mr.: Harper, and reportat within the gift of the people my supporters in the primary of May "Judge Jones said if he had had any

I < to the appointment of a principal another meeting of the patrons. should be filled with, competent men, 15th, and soliciting the support of all report that an attempt would be doubt as to the man's guilt he would !}

drew a orowded house, several and citizens in the school auditoriumon I regardless of party prejudices or fac- those who feel that they can give It made to secure a reprieve for the have granted him a new trial. He Sl; #
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lady patrons having been, present.The :Monday evening, June 11th, at tionalism, and I hereby pledge the to me on the above platform, I beg condemned man: told me of evidence that satisfied me, I tiC

meeting was called to order. 8:00: o'clock good people of Dade. that, should to remain Very sincerely yours, I Yesterday afternoon the Metropolis! It would be useless to proceed any

by Chairman Hood, who stated the I The meeting then adjourned, and a they elect me to this responsible posl-:I I I F. W. HAHN. announced that an effort was being further as I am! now as well satisfiedas

objectIt tired, sleepy set of school patrons made to secure a stay of executionfor I could be in any case of circumstantial -

developed that the cause of the wended their way homeward. Edward Brown, the murderer of evidence.

meeting being called was that a petition :Mrs Dora Suggs, and that 'a promi- "Judge Jones feels sure the womanIs ,
Officers Were A Neat Booklet
had been placed In circulation, nent attorney had gone to Tltusville willing to swear falsely as to her
In Memory of Mrs. Strahan.
requesting that the trustees recom- to consult with Judge Jones with a shame to save Brown's life. He also 1

mend for re-appointment as principal ;Mrs: Esther C. Strahan was born Elected Yesterday .,j Just Issued view of securing his co-operation and believes the latter; will make a full t

>Prof. A. H. Stephens, and assistant June 14, 1865, at LaClalr, Iowa, and -- recommendation to the Governor that confession before he dies ThereforeI

principal Prof. S. F. Gainmon.A died at West Palm Beach, Flo., :May At a meeting of the West Palm The presses of The Tropical Sun the same be granted, on the grounds have abandoned the! matter. My
f.
mass of correspondence betweenthe 28, 1900.Mrs. Beach Merchants' Association yesterday Publishing Company were engagedthe that additional evidence, favorable to I conscience Is clear." ,

trustees and one iM. S. Harperwas 'Strahan's maiden name was I afternoon at three o'clock, the first of the week In getting outa the accused, had been discovered. Nothing but the act of an unseen } t Y

read and it Chamberlain Today It learns that the effort will Providence the
by the secretary was organization was completed by the neat little booklet, which Was issuedby I can now save con-
shown that the said"Harper had applied Her life was well filled with ear- be abandoned, in which event the execution demned man, and some time before ",
for the prlnclpalshlp of the nest activity from her girlhood days ,election of permanent officers and, the East Coast Electric Light, Power of Brown will take place next noon, next Tuesday morning he will ;b {

school at a salary of one thousand till I Its close. Being an earnest stu- the. transaction of other business. and Ice Company.The Tuesday.! The lawyer In the case be swung into eternity from the gal j

dollai- per year. He had recommendations dent in all essential branches that The following officers were electedfor object In publishing the booklet writing to a friend in this city from lows In the Jail yard here a t { 1

; from the Atlantic to the Da- would lead her to a sphere! of useful- the first term: Js to lay before the people of West Tltusvllle says in part of the latest

kotas and from Maine; to Texas, from ness, she was sought for and beganto President L.V.. Burkhardt Palm Beach the new schedule of pricesto

governors, congressmen, mayors, edu teach at the early age of sixteen
Davies. be for electric current, a
Vice-president R. O. charged
cators, and men In almost every ave- years, after being educated at ;Mount: Jensen Lost to Forest Reserve
nue of life; was thirty-four years of Carroll Seminary, Iowa. She not only Secretary E. D. Anthony 4 decided reduction for Incandescent I

age and had taught In almost as many taught In the day schools. but her Treasurer, W. H. DnCamara. lamps having recently been made up. West Palm BeachA For Florida

school' It developed that the board musical talent soon was demanded by Committee on Advertising and The second page of the book] gives, e t'

of trustees had closed those who knew her, and she devoted : under classified heads, the number of '
a
practically Printing, R. O. Davies, chairman, J.B large number of baseball enthusi- The United States land office in, this t
contract with Harper by which he part of her life to teaching in this lamps and prices for the same, while ,
McGtcley, Chas B. Kendall. to asts witnessed the game Thursday city has received from the General '
an
was to> accept the prlnclpalshlp of the department. Then taking up paint- the other pages are given| up
M. E. afternoon between Jensen and West
AVrar Palm Beach School at a salaryof ing, In which she had become proficient Committee on Subscriptions, argument, "Don't be Tied to an Oil Land Commissioner, General Land
Oruber, chairman, !iMax: Slrkln, O. G. Palm Beach, on the East Side dla-
$1.200 per year. she taught many this art Can ..All Your Life, which is the title Office, Washington D. C., a letter of u
mond.whlch: resulted in a great victory
On the the She marrIed <:Mr. F. A. Strahan Strohm. lot the work.Superintendent.
contrary Member of I Instructions which will
ultimatelymean
The time for holding regular meetIngs for the locals The score was 12 ,
School October 11th, 1877, and their mar !, Deaujon, of the
Board H. W. J Parrish County I
,
of the association was set for the to 0. a great deal to the people of ,
Superintendent ried life has been one of extreme hap- i light company, has carefully\; compiled
R E, Hall and many last Friday afternoon of each month, connection with the Parrlsh, as pitcher for the. locals, Florida, aa It provides for a forest re- 4;
piness. There have been born to all figures In
patrons of the school had made efforts at 3:00: o'clock' in the city council I and never played better ball In his life, servo which has been so long and( so
of the plant
them five sons and one daughter, all [operating expenses -
to find out something aboutHarper's chamber. The next meeting of the ) and It Is a fact that the locals have badly needed in the state, says the ,
of whom are living, only George being has figured out a Just basis on whichto
ability from points nearer association will therefore be held on I never had a better line-up. The Jensen Gainesville Sun The lumbermen and
bon absent from her funeral, so far away make rates for the use of current.The'new
> Harper taught in Tallahassee, Friday afternoon, June 29th, tat 3:00: should Insul'e' the Immediate team is composed of a gentlemanly naval stores operators) have almost demolished -
In that it was Impossible for him to rates
the Florida State College about'to o'clock I set of fellows, and while at no timein the magnificent forests in
In time to attend. wiring of many residences, as
home
or three years ago, and the re- reach the game did they stand a ghost ofa which Florida at one time manifestedso ''I t
of four- well places of business in West 1
She converted at the age as
port that came from that quarter as Mr. and Mrs. Hough and daughter, show, they took their defeat grace- deep a pride, with the result thatIn 4 It i
wen-" not so poetic as those from teen, and Joined Methodist: church :Mlsa Frieda, left ,Thursday morning Palm Beach fully. The members of the Jensen many sections one may travel for

Points further away. It also develoPed In which she remained l an honored for Cincinnati, to spend the summer. Mr. team left on train No, 98 Thursday miles through a country made desolate 3
of E. .iG.
until her death.l She moved The; :Miami friends
that there were certain othr reasons member night for their home, where they will and heart-sickening by the absence i
husband to 'Minims, Fla., In Sewell and Miss Adelaide Marie Waltewill1
why the man chosen by the trus- with her PARTIES HAVING :MONEY TO probably do a little practicing before of the once beautiful trees,
tees might not be the man whom the the year 1887, and the family movedto LOAN In sums of $2,500 to $(,000, on be Interested in, the announcement -. calling for the return game. which protected every industry of the of
\People> \ of West Palm Beach would West Palm Beach in the year 1901, time on improved of their approaching marriage.The
: one two and three years the THE LINE UP rural life, and which had been felled
want to instruct their children. where she earnestly devoted her life, I city property, can get first happy' event will take place Jensen W. P. Beach- and cut Into lumber after having

Alter presenting the facts In the to caring for her family and blessing security and legal rate of interest by! latter part of this month at the home Hendrix, p R Broadwell, If been used to every advantage possible
In Greenville, I11Juola.Mr -
case, on the part of the trustees and the community around her. I applying to W. I. METCALF.mafltf of the bride-elect Garrison, 8b DcBerry, ss for the manufacturing of naval stores.
her high ; Sewell is the junior pal'tner "
for
esteemed
those opposed to'the appointment of She was Attorney and Agent. John Newman, 2b Anthony, 2b The attention of the United States :( I
4'r. She was depri- ;of the well-known! firm of
Harper, the meeting was thrown Christian character. both Baker, ss Hadley o government has several times been a
I and Is popular in
attendance at her Sewell & Bro.,
open) to public debute. I ved of regular REWARDA Miss Trice, c Parrish, p called to the reckless and extravagant
and' social circles.
The debate amounted to very little, church on account of the illness, reward of Ten Dollars will be business here and Pltchford, rf Sirkin, rf > manner In which the forests were being :i

as every motion made up to the hourof which she bore so patiently. :Many paid for the arrest and conviction of Walte'spent\ last season who ':Mosler, Ib Dr Broadwell, cf cleared. for the gain of a few t,
of friends
11:30: was voted to be tabled or times she expressed to the pastor and anyone tresspaasln", upon, or interfering mode;; a'large number Barnes, If Carlisle 3b while those who depended upon a llv- 1

else l lost In the shuffle others her faith 1n Christ, and the with the property of the Public will;;'gladly welcome so charming resident a 'Munch, cf Dineen, Ib llliootl in the country were left helpless ;. ,

During ,the debate Member of the comfort she received .dally as a child Library of West Palm Beach. personality as a permanent B. A. Maxfield, Umpire A few months ago, in compliance -

School Board Parrish stated that he of God' through Jesus Christ her Sav W. METCALF: Mayor. .Miami, News.hirJaa.E. with numerous requests for aid +

had nothing but the' best Interests of iour. :May 26, 1906. 2w ', :';; Ingraham, third vices, Tomorrow /the rock trains will be In twls, direction, the General Land

the school at heart, and that he wouldnot She was laid away in beautiful president of the Florida East Coast placed in commission on the Florida Office detailed a special forestry reserve -

vote to confirm the actions of the Woodlawn ''Cemetery, of West Palm FOR RENT.-Furnished cottage, Railway, and Sir: Geo. F. 'Miles, man: East Coast Railway hauling materialfor agent to come to this state and

trustees In appointing ''Mr.' Harper, Beach, to await her call at- atResurrec for summer of by the year. Excel aging'director of tho East Coast Ca, ballasting the road. Five trains make Investigation, with the result

unless the patrons of the school Instructed tion morn Pastor. lent location. H P. McOINLEY, nal and Transportation Company, arrived will be assigned! to this work, and that, from the report submitted it

him to do so 12-1m McGlaley Brothers Co. ,.InI'the city last night from :Miami : .. they will be engaged on the branch has now been ordered that the land P'

Superintendent Hall made a very NOTICE TO SHIPPERS BY Batteries and Complete :Launch Sup. ,'- having come up 'In- Mr Ingra- between here and Jacksonville first. office here retain three immense tracts p

Pleasing talk and he made practically EXPRESSFish plies, at Fowler Bros. & Klng'.- haro's private launch, the Kathleen. The ballasting will continue the en- for a temporary forestry reserve. One

the same statement that Mr. Parrish oranges, grapefruit, pineap- They are spending today here looking I, tire length of the road, and when com- of these reserves will be located In

mad He was not at all satisfied with ples, tomatoes, beans, Irish potatoes, Mrs. L. Constantine is still offering over the interests of their respective' pleted this will be one of the steadiest West Florida in the southern sections Il

w. Harper, according to the light and all other heavy shipments, will special bargains In millinery, shirtwaists companies, and the drainage opera- tracks in the country. Each train will of Walton and Santa Rosa counties '

that he had, but it the patrons of West not be accepted unless delivered at and notions, at her Clematis tf tions to be carried on near the city in have a large number of cars, and they ; one to be located in the eastern

Palm Bleach wanted Air. Harper to be oW depot office.L. avenue store. particular.The ", Ibe\ kept diligently at work, so section of Marlon county one to be t

their principal all they had to do was CONST ANTINE FOR SALE- that:,; every day will\ see a long stretch located 1 in Brevard county, on. Mer- S

w lay BO.Major 2-4t Agent Southern Express Co. A flock of 100 nice hen and several man,trends here Mr. FredS. added to what has already been bal- rltts Island ",

J. .p. :Anthony made a brief first-class fowt houses, vermin, burg- Dewey. of West Palm Beach, who lasted.-St.' .Augustine Record, Thursday The reserves will comprise thousands t', ,c

talk' endorsing the work of Prof. A. Contractor John M. Cragin Is today lar and thief-proof .also lot of five- bar been> ill since early in the month of acres, and la. destined .to accomplish ;Y
H.
Stehpenn. who was principal of engaged In making some much- foot galvanized poultry fencing. Address will be glad to learn'that he' I. now much,,iu educating the people
In
lIe the school during the term Just closed. needed repairs in the pavement postofflca box 250, City, or apply slowly Improving' but uoabl to get Talking Machines and Records, all In the matter of protecting the ri '

I change could see no reason for making a,, front of the Beehive corner, on Clematis Tropical Sun Office 2w ,about much. -Miami Metropolis:, makes at Idner ft Son's. tf, forests.r ; ,

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R' C 'I'' Y I 1{">.< ii is ntuil.iHl' fl'un'a Stock$ i
West Palm. :
"' YI"I>i''I I, I" I1 ii J P ID( .\01'1011.i,1I\ New Profitscan sac<


1 I" |my, "hldlTlar'lln went to ''Mi .)
y; amilouclny! ,rnrryiiift! to tile I'ountyjail
qw another' bonnier.MUs be greatly Increased by giving
special care to the health of every NT '
f, nl'nee11111'': went l If) Miami animal and fowl on the farm. I ,T0 .THE fR

r, Sunday to spend soveral' days as the Sick poultry,sheep, cattle, hogs, I
guest of :Miss Florence Glenn. *
horses, etc., depend on their liversto '

'\11'Y.. R.10lltfol't: has been spending keep them well'BlackDraught May 14, 1906IXlexcfyxnts' 1
I' several 1 clays In Miami the guest .
,' of Ills bl'uthl'I'11".: E. E. Montfort. I' A

Ti Miami's: Intent! enterprise Is a whole- !
suitand! ,rclnll. paint and wall paper I .l( [1C (association

I stot'", whleli IH soon top\ opened by
Gus Muller.Cni't. Stock and Poultry

'!. L. C Holmeti and bride roturneil i Medicine 1v Begs-to call attention to the arrangement made in this city on the 11th, inst., between E+H

Snturduy night from their ( ) representatives of the railwayxcompany, the land companies and the business men of Fl
wedding\ trip, having spout a couple keeps their livers working and

+ of weeks' ] In IPy'l'sl and Cuba. I therefore Black-Draught keep.: them Stock well.and Pout- the city, by which SIX THOUSAND ACRES OF THE BEST MUCK LAND

BrunnluK; Brothers, in their new advertisement try Medicine is a pure, natural, 3 in this of the will drained and the market.
I, today tell some Interesting vegetable blood purifier, and acts section State be placed upon Important H
tarts about white goods whichIt by regulating the stomach, liver
and bowels.It features of the arrangement are : :
will-pay the ladles to read.
I
prevents and cures Hog;Choler -
?, Mr. Frank C. Carlon, of the staff' Chicken Cholera, Colic, DIstemper k
i t of salesmen of Anthony Brothers will i Coughi, Celds} Constipation I
I Fever, Loss of Appetite,
'' leave Friday night for his old homeIn Wasting/ Away, and all the< !
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Beaver, Pa., to spend the mon stock diseases.It
HendJ'lcle-1 l i8 a perfect medicine for gen ;j '
t'':' sou Mr.went and to Mrs.Wilbur St. Augustine W. Monday eral farm use. Try It. t j I ing the city. t m t

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morning, carrying their little son to iiI

t + the ment.railroad hospital for medical treat- Price All druggists 25c for a and large dealersMr. can, at I a 2 Rock roads connecting it with the city are a' part & e


:Mr. S. Fisk Worthington left Monday of the
t plan.
P
rj night for New York State to' ,

Y spend the summer. iMrs. Worthington @

n, y a week expects and to will leave join the him latter on part the trip.of the : Miami. A, P.on Anthony business.Mr. .spent yesterdayIn t#$ 3 The land, will be dyked and, drained,' ready for cultivation j


The store room east of The Tropi- ;' E.1.. Brelsford, of the EastSide by the first of January next. m
cal Sun office has been wired and fit- president of the First National ij
ted out with chandeliers preparatory ,Bank of Miami, spent yesterday in the

'; to being used as a downtown office of Magic City, in attendance upon a I 4 One of the roads will extend into'the pine lands be-
ti''r' the East Coast Electric Light, Power meeting of the board of directors. I

aye Beaujon and Ice Is Company.planning to Superintendent move in the I I expect Postmaster to leave and tomorrow Mrs. J. C.for Stowers their yond the drained area and render them easy of j ,

latter part of the week. former home In Searsport, Maine fora

Salim Sawaya, a Syrian merchant, two months' vacation which will be' access., g m

who has for the past two or three spent with old friends and neighbors.

t years been conducting a dry good Mr. I* H. Putney, a prominent citIzen $ 15 One Thousand Acres, only, of the six thousand t
and notion store In the old Beehive
of Atlanta, Ga., Is spending today -
building, at the corner of Clematis In West Palm. Beach, being en
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drained will be sold at D
PRICE
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this
avenue and Olive street, closed up route home from a business trip to ,
week and is moving his stock to Miami Miami.

where he will engage In business. An Associated Pvess dispatch yes- i EXCEED $25.00 Per acre in small lots of I5fj
1'' Typewriter For Sale.-Smith-Pre

mier No.2. In good condition. Will gence terday that gives'Mrs.the Jefferson gratifying Davis Intelli-, who i about ten or twenty acres, one lot to the purchaser. ft
bargain. Apply James
sold at
be a
has been critically ill for three or
office of Western UnionTelegraph. I {,
t, Evans at '
four weeks with grippe, Is now con-
Company. : t'..
valescent and will Jn all probability (

.Mr. Thomas J. Campbell was up recover. With all persons interested in securing a home in or near the city having the
from Miami and spent Sunday and

Monday with his family here. Asked functions One of was the recent the "National pleasant Biscuit social Best Climate, the Finest Health Record, Public Schools, Churches Water, Fire, Street E
If he intended to hold his seat as a \
member of the city council, :Mr. Camp- Tea," given under the auspices of the'LacHes' 1 p;) and Sewerage Systems of any' city twice its size in the State, we will be glad to corre- 1 j
Aid Society of the Congrega-
bell he most stated assuredly to The Tropical did, and Sun said that he tional Church, on the lawn at Brlggs { spond Cut out the coupon below and mail as directed and we will furnish you with e

had made arrangements to come up Cottage. The entertainment was information want and put in touch with the
and attend the meetings as long as he unique In Its every feature, the "bIs- ? any you you proper parties tc whom" applications -|
cuits" having been donated! by the
remained In Miami for the land may be made. '
National Biscuit Company. A mostInteresting \
:Mr. F. W. Hahn, candidate for the
program was successfuly
clerkship, spent yester- .
circuit court given, the little dainties serving aaravors.
day in the city and left last night .
Interesting games, contests I COUPON.
? for Stuart in the Interest of his can- ADDRESS
t etc., were features, and the affairproved
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Mr. Hahn Is making a clean ''E'
one of the most interesting .
campaign, and while his friends In 'aver given by the. Congregational la- 1 M : .......... ...................... _-...-' ij
this end of the county are many, he ;
lies. =:=
says be expects to meet as many of Ad dress : ... .'HMerchants Association
The series of union revival services 1
the people between this and the date .
being held in the school auditorium, } : ; ; ;;Zt: :

i of the second primary, June 12th, as under the direction of the Congregational .9 Information i .... ....................... .. .................. .. .......

possible I : :Methodist and Baptist 4 1 t

:I fir: John W. Harper, who several chur.ches. continue to draw large congregations ? .?,.........,.... ..........._.....*::.liVVtJM llin.........:..........-...-..-....:......._-..... ............... WEST PALM BEACH
of his bicycle business --.t. *
weeks ago disposed and notwithstanding the (,'' .

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has decided to cast his lot In Miami, Interest Is being manifested. Service, :. : : FLORIDA
r, which he and Mrs. Harper
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will leave tomorrow air. Harper
r past seven o'clock The meetings will
purchased the buslnesse and good will I be continued until next Sunday night,, ,
the Hudson 'Cycle Co., of :Miami
of and will have associated with him In when On Monday: the last morning service the will evangelist be held ,, t. $ A u v ,, 1l- _. -. _.._.__... .._...n.n..n.n.A.1r.,::.".h*t_'*. f.!,:.\*

the business his cousin, Mr. Thomas ,
Rev. F. will
C. VanAucken leave for =------
Harper. Tampa, where be will conduct a series INtiN4NtN1SN---- ,-,yWNN
Messrs. rfolla Taylor and Tony Lo of meetings.
: pe., who have been spending tile past SUMMER: :HOTEL: CHICAGO
: two months at Fort Lauderdale conducting Fi''ia1m
I ImportantMeeting Beach
a cool drink stand and lunch

r counter, arrived in Miami on the ear- I Called HOTEL DELi Pt flDO
ly morning train and are spendingthe

day here. They announce that a T'i'r: Lots. A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.
1'' The committee appointed to draw
boat to
they will take their house Located, botweon WiMhlnKtoii nnd 1\8dll,00 Avenue, fronting on the Ml Hi ."
Stuart within the next few days and up a constitution and by-laws for Boulevard adjoining tho CUleagollnivetretty.
will be located there until after the the proposed West Palm Beach Relief
Parlor and Bedroom with Private People ;
Bath and Board for two
pineapple season.-''Miami ''Metropolis Association and to call a meeting for Choice Residence Lotsfrom From $30 to ado per Week.
received, the permanneut organization of the
air. P. O. Green yesterday '
: twelve niiumo. from IV.wn
same do hereby call a meeting for Town via Illinois Casual Railway.All
a bran new Indian motorcycle which Train stop it 6JI' Thursday night, Way 31, at 7:30: .
I tlI was purchased through the local o'clock, at the achoool house. $200, up, HRADhBY a. f4USB VII, p"op"letolfl.
: agent Mr. H. T. Cummings. The ma-
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one-third cash balance =
by
:Mary: aicO. Stowers, -
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v hour but .
speed of forty miles an Mr;
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pr Green says that he never expects to Dwight Cameron. installments, on reasonable time accord- %

get that much out of It unless some- Note-The evangelist and those havI I ing to price of lot.
ing charge of the revival services G.
G.
Strohm
after him. He will use
thing gets Company
have kindly given their permissionfor For plate and information apply to
the machine in making trips to and
tho use of the hall on that date.
,: from his pineapple plantations at I WALLACE B. MOSES

: Deerfleld and Pompi\no\ HELP IS OFFEREDTO i FAMILY 'GROCERIES]
Agent Florida East Coast Hallway Land Department
//4R: Miss Hattie Carpenter Is probably WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLEWe
t the first young lady in Miami to study earnestly request all young per West Palm Beach, Florida. Food
Fancy ProductsGrain
., s Jaw. She is now most earnestly and sons, no matter how limited their
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office of Messrs. Hudson &; Boggs. a thorough business training anda and Provisions.

% Miss Carpenter la prominent aa a good position, to write by FIRST H. :J:*. Durham, Pres. E. A. Tldd, Vice Pre. W W. Tldd, See and Treas.;
+ teacher In the High School and is proficient mall for our GREAT HALF RATE
5 in many other branches of ed OFFER. Florida Orange Grove Realty Co. JEFFERSON BLOCK

ucational work and will no doubt suc- Success, Independence and probable If you have an Orange Grove, Gripe Fruit Grove, Pineapple Grove or Lemon
ceed at whatever she undertakes.- fortune are guaranteed. Don't: delay Grove that you want to sell, write us and we will show you how WE SELL West Palm Beach, FloridaPAUF.
(Miami (Metropolis. Write today. GROVES. No. 17 Hogan street \
d efor no'l Ails alto National Bank of Jacksonville JlCkionville Florida, ... ...It.
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F. W. Hahn's Address NIURDERERVILL' r



I HAll -SOME- T STJMijNIALS To Dade- .- County Voters HANG TUESDAY


Others followed giving their ver- I

sions of the matter In question, andIt To the Voters of Dade County: tton, I shall be Clerk of the Circuit ;

Did Harper could be plainly seen that the school I By your votes I have been solicited Court for the whole people, regard- r x' '

patrons of West Palm Beach were 1 to enter the race .again for the Important less of party affiliation or faction; Unless Governor Broward In 'developments and of his decision In
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puzzled as to what would be the best office of Clerk of the. Circuit regardless of abstract companies or '
which la not at all probable, erferes'l the matter:
of MarylandBut course to pursue. It could also be Court. any other private or corporate busi- '
I : Brown, ,the negro convicted at "After my talk with you I saw -
I plainly seen that a great many, If I have been a citizen of Dade county; ness Interest.If .
not of the for term of Circuit Court at Miami, for who got on the train. I told him of
a majority patrons, wouldbe the past twelve years, and during you should, by your ballots, ,

opposed to the appointment of that time have tried to be fair choose me; as your public servant In the murder of 'Mrs Dora Suggs, will the plans. He was familiar with the

School Trustees are- Askedto iMr.: Harper under the existing circumstances and honest with my fellow men. the capacity of Clerk of the Circuit be executed In the jail enclosure in evidence given at the trial and be-

Investigate Certain In making the race for the first Court, I will, with a sufficient forceof Miami next Tuesday. All efforts byBrown's lieves the man guilty This had a r

A motion by :\11'. H. P. Branning primary It was my purpose to con- competent assistants chosen from neck strong effect on me because I know
attorney to save his
Reports.The Anally pravatled that the whole mat- duct a clean campaign, free from any among you, do my best to repay you he would go as far as I In helping an ..u''

ter of selecting a principal be referred abuse of my neighbors and friends for your support with the very best I have been given up. and it Is generally Innocent 'man, white or black. Then ,

back to the trustees and the board who were my opponents. How wellI service that it Is possible to give. believed that the negro will makea when I got to Titusville Judge Jones

education, with the Instructionthat succeeded In carylng out this pur- These pledges I make to one and I full confession on the gallows convinced me that a stay of execution' ;

meeting called at the school they secure whatever additional pose the voters of the county well all of you.Thanking. The Miami Metropolis of Thursday would do no good and might do a a

auditorium Thursday night for the Information they could regarding the know. I believe that every public office those of you. who were I great deal of harm. '
the of the
matters gives following story recent -
purpose of discussing pertaining abilities of IMr. Harper, and reportat within the gift of the people my supporters in the primary of May "Judge Jones said If he had had any ;

to the appointment of a principal another meeting of the patrons should be filled with competent men, 15th, and soliciting the support of all report that an attempt would be doubt as to the man's guilt he would C

drew a orowded house, several and citizens !In the school auditorium regardless of party prejudices or factionalism those who feel that they can give It made to secure a reprieve for the have granted him a new trial. He@i@

lady patrons, having been present.The ou Monday: evening, June llth, at and I hereby pledge the to me on the above platform, I beg condemned man: told me of evidence that satisfied me,

meeting was called to order 8:00: o'clock. good people of Dade. that, should to remain Very sincerely yours, Yesterday afternoon the Metropolis It would be useless to proceed any

'by Chairman Hood, who stated the The meeting then adjourned, and a they elect me to this responsible post:j'I I F. W. HAHN. announced that an effort was being further as I am now as well satisfied 1 ;

objectIt tired, sleepy set of school patrons made to secure a stay of execution as I could be In any case of circumstantial

developed that the cause of the wended their way homeward .A for Edward Brown, the murderer of evidence.

meeting being called was that a petition "Ii .1 :Mrs Dora Suggs, and that 'a promi- "Judge Jones feels sure the womanis .
Officers Were A Neat Booklet I
bad been placed In circulation, nent attorney had gone to Tltusville willing to swear falsely as to her VI
In Memory of Mrs. Strahan.
requesting that the trustees recom- Issued to consult with Judge Jones with a shame to save Brown's life He; also
Elected Just
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mend for re-appointment as principalProf. Mrs Esther C. Strahan was born Yesterday, view of securing his co-operation and believes the latter; will make a full 6

A. H. Stephens, and assistant June 14. 1855, at LaClalr, Iowa, and -- recommendation to the Governor that confession before he dies. Therefore +

principal Prof. S. F. Gatpmon.A died at West Palm Beach, Fla., May At a meeting of the West Palm The presses of The Tropical Sun the same be granted, on the grounds I I have abandoned the matter. My t

mass of correspondence betweenthe 28, 1900. Beach Merchants' Association yester- Publishing Company were engagedthe that additional evidence, favorable to II I conscience Is clear." t li ',S + ,

trustees and One CM. S. Harper Mrs\ Strahan's maiden name was ,I day afternoon at three o'clock, the first of the week In getting outa the accused, had been discovered. Nothing but the act of an unseen 1

was read by the secretary and It was Chamberlain.Her organization was completed by the neat little booklet, which was Issuedby Today It learns that the effort will i, Providence can now save the condemned -
shown that the said Harper had applied life was well filled with ear- be abandoned, In which event the execution man, and some time before
election of permanent officers and the East Coast Electric Light, Power -
for the prlnclpalshlp of the nest activity from her girlhood days ; of Brown will take place next noon, next Tuesday morning, he will t

school at a salary of one thousand I till its close. Being an earnest stu- the, transaction of other business. and Ice Company. Tuenday. The lawyer In the case be swung into eternity from the gal- 4

donor per year. He had recommendations dent In all essential branches that The following officers were elected The object In publishing the book- writing to a friend In this city from lows In the jail yard here. ;

from the Atlantic to the Dakotas would lead her to a sphere of useful- for the first term: let Is to lay before the, people. of West Tltiiavllle says In part of the latest A

and from Maine to Texas from ness, she was sought for and beganto 4, / t
( President, L. W. Durl teach at the early age of sixteen
governors, congressmen, mayors, educators Vice-President, R. O. Davies be charged for electric current, a
and men In almost every ave- years, after being educated at Mount Jensen Lost to Forest Reserve ,
nue of life; was thirty-four years of Carroll Seminary, Iowa. She not on- Secretary, E. D. Anthony. t decided reduction for Incandescent I I

age and had taught In almost as many ly taught In the dayschoola, but her Treasurer, W. H. DaCamara. lamps having recently\ been made up. West Palm BeachA For Florida

school! it developed that the boardof musical talent soon was demanded by Committee on Advertising and The second page of the book glvet, t
those who knew her, and she devoted under classified heads, the number of a
trustees had practically closed a Printing, R. O. Davies, chairman, J. large number of baseball enthusiasts The United States land office In this ,
In this for the while
contract with which he part of her life to teaching lamps and prices same
Harper by B. McGInley, Chas. B. Kendall witnessed the game Thursday city has received from the General
to
department. Then taking up paintIng the other pages are given up an
was to accept the princlpalshlp of the Committee on Subscriptions, M. E. afternoon between Jensen and West
In which she had become pro- argument, "Don't be Tied to an Oil Land Commissioner, General Land ,
Wen" Palm Beach School, at a salary Gruber, chairman, ,iMax Slrkln, O. G. Palm Beach, on the East Side dia- a
of $1,200 per' yefir. ficient, she taught many this art. Strohm. Can All Your Life, which is the titleI mond.whlch: resulted in a great vic- Office, Washington, D. C., a letter ofInstructions i

On the contrary. Member of the She married ,:\tr. F. A. Strahan The time for holding regular meetIngs I of the work tory for the locals. The score was 12 which will ultimately r 4
and their married Superintendent Benujon, of the
October 11th, 1877,
School Board E. W. J, Parrish, County of the association was' set for the I to 0. mean a great deal to the people of +'
life has been one of extreme hap- light\; company, has carefully compiledall r
Superintendent R. H. Hall and many There have been born to last; Friday afternoon of each month, I' figures III connection with the Parrish as pitcher for the locals, I Florida, as It provides for a forest reserve t+ ,i
patrons of the school had made efforts piness. at 3:00: o'clock, In the city council I never played better ball In his life, which has been so long and so t
of the and
all plant
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them five sons and one daughter I operating expenses
to find out something about chamber., The next meeting of the and it; Is a fact that the locals have badly needed In the state, says the y 1+ ;
of whom are living, only George being has figured out a Just basis on which v
ability from points nearer association will therefore be held on I never had a better line-up. The JenSen Gainesville Sun. The lumbermen and ., 1
far make rates for the use of current.
absent from her funeral, so away to '
horn Harper taught In Tallahassee, Friday afternoon, June 29th _at 3:00: the Im- team is composed of a gentlemanly naval stores operators have almost demolished i'
should insure
Impossible for him to The new rates
It was
In the Florida State College, about'to that o'clock. I set of fellows, and while at no timein the magnificent forests In
home In time to attend. mediate wiring of many residences, as
'II i three years ago, and the report reach the game did they stand a ghost ofa which Florida at one time manifestedso
converted at the age of fourteen well as places of business InVest
She
-, that l'ame' from that quarter as :Mr. and Mrs. Hough and daughter, t'alm. show, they took their defeat grace- deep a pride, with the result that

wen not so poetic as those from and( Joined Methodist church Miss Frieda, left Thursday morning Beach. fully. The members of the Jensen In many sections one may travel for d

V>lnin further away. It also devel- In which\ she remained an hDnol'ellmember for Cincinnati, to spend the summer. I team left on train No. 98 Thursday miles through a country made deso-
of Mr. E. iG.
until her death. She moved The :Miami friends j
oiled that there were certain othr rea- I night for their home, where they will late and heart-sickening by the absence ; 1
to ''Mlmms: Fla., in Sewell and Miss: Adelaide Marie Waite
,
IOn why the man chosen by'the trustees with her husband I PARTIES HAVING MONEY TO .... I probably do a little practicing before of the once beautiful trees,

might not be the man whom the the year 1887, and the family moved I LOAN In sums of J2,500 to $$4,000, on wlll. be,, Interested In the announcement -. calling for the return game. which protected every' industry of the
the 1901, i of their approaching marriage.The'
People: of West Palm Beach would to West Palm Beach In year one, two and three years time, on Improved THE LINE UP rural life, and which had been felled
devoted her life : happy event will take place the
wane to Instruct their children. where she earnestly city property can get first "*' Jensen- W. P. Beach- and cut Into lumber after having r
latter of this month at the home
her family and blessing part t
Aft )i' presenting: the facts In the to caring for security and legal rate of Interest by Hendrix p R. Broadwell, If been used to every advantage possiblefor
'In Greenville nij-
of the.. bride-elect ,
case on the part of the trustees and the community around her. applying to W. I. AIETCALF, Garrison, 3b DeBeiry, sa the manufacturing of naval stores :
Sewell is the Junior part-
for her high :
those opposed to'the appointment of She was esteemed ma9tf Attorney and Agent. John Newman, 2b Anthony, 2b The attention of the United States I'
of
She was deprived ner of the well-known firm #
Mr Harper, the meeting, was thrown Christian character Baker, ss Hadley, c government has several times been p
attendance at her Sewell & Bro., and Is popular In both
open to public debate. of regular REWARD Trice, c Parrlsh, p called to the reckless and extravagantmanner ,t

The debate amounted to very little, church on account of the Illness, A reward of Ten Dollars will be business and'ADelal circles. Miss Pitchford, rf Slrkln, rf In which the forests were beIng t
here and
as every motion made up to the hourof which she bore so patiently. Many paid for the arrest and conviction of Walt made'spent' last season who I Mosler, Ib Dr. Broadwell, of cleared for the gain of a few, \ i
and large number of friends : "
a
11:30 was voted to be tabted or times she expressed to the pastor anyone tresspasslng upon, or Inter- Barnes, If Carlisle Sb while those who depended upon a llv- !

else lost In the shuffle others her faith In Christ and the fertpg\ with the property of the Public will gladly welcome so charming a I II Munch, cf Dineen, Ib Ill ood In the country were left helpless '
resident.Miami
During the debate Member of the comfort she received dally as a child Library of West Palm Beach. personality aa a permanent < i B. A. Maxfleld, Umpire. A few months ago, In compliance of

School Board Parrish stated that he of God through- Jesus Christ her Saw: W. I. METCALF, Mayor. I-. ,\ .News. i.. ,I ,with numerous requests for aid ,

had nothing bup the best Interests of lour. beautiful :May 26, 1906. 2w v Sir .Jas E. Ingraham, third vice I Tomorrow/the rock trains will be In thins( \ direction, the General Land a

the school at heart, and that he would She was laid away In 1 president> of the Florida East Coast ; placed In commission on the Florida Office detailed a special' forestry reserve ,i.

not vote to eonflrm the actions of the Woodlawn Cemetery, of West Palm FOR RENT.-Furnished cottage Railway\ and \11'. Geo. F. ':Miles man:, : East Coast Railway hauling materialfor agent to come to this state and

trustees In appointing IMr, Harp r, Beach to await her call at' Resurrection for summer of!' by the year. Excel- aging director of the East Coast Cam ballasting the road. Five trains make Investigation, with the result

unless the patrons of the school Instructed morn pastor lent location. H. P. McOINLEY nal fand Transportation Company, ar- will be assigned to this work, and that, from the report submitted, it

him to do BO, 12-lm McGlnley Brothers Co. rived,In the city last night from Miami they will be engaged on the branch has now been ordered that the land 1

Superintendent Hall made a very NOTICE TO SHIPPERS BY Batteries and Complete Launch Sup. having' come up 'In- Mr. Ingra- between here fn.t'. Jacksonville first. office here retain three immense tracts

Pleasing talk and he made practically EXPRESSFish plies at Fowler Bros. & Klag't.- liam's private launch, the Kathleen. The ballasting will continue the en- for a temporary forestry reserve. One ,

the same statement that Mr. Parrlsh oranges, grapefruit, pineapples They are spending today here lookingover tire length of the road, and when com- of these reserves will be located In

made. He was not at all satisfied with : tomatoes, beans, Irish potatoes, Mrs L. Constantine la still offering\ the Interests of their respective pleted this will be one of the steadiest West Florida in the southern eetlona -

''Mr Harper, according! to the light I and all other heavy shipments, will special bargains In millinery, shirtwaists companies and the drainage opera- tracks in the country. Each train will of Walton and Santa Rosa counties -

that he had, but if the patrons of West not be accepted unless delivered at and notions, at her Clematis tf tions to be carried on near the city in have a large number of cars, and they ; one to bo located in the eastern

Palm :Beach wanted Mr Harper to be dur depot office, avenue store. particular will be kept diligently at work, so section of ''Marlon county, one to be i

their principal all they had to do waa L. CONSTANTINE, FOR SALEA that, every day will see a long stretch located In Brevard county, on Mer-

to say 110.'Major 2-4t Agent Southern Express Co. flock of 100 nice. hena and several The' many here ;Mr. FredS. added to what has already been' bal- ritU Island. '' '

J. ,R. Anthony made a brief Is today first-class fowl houses vermin burg- Dewey. of' West Palm Beach, who lasted.-St.Augustine Record, Thursday The reserves will comprise thousands tr +

talk, endorsing the York of Prof. A. Contractor John M. Cragin much- lar and thief-proof.also lot of 11 ve- halt been 111 since early In the month of acres, and is destined to accomplish ,

II. Stehpens who' was principal of engaged In making some In foot galvanized poultry 4 fencing. Address will be glad .to learn that he' Is now much.Jn educating the people .J
the school during the closed. needed repairs In the pavement Talking Machine and Records, all In the matter of protecting the
term Just Clematis postofflce box 2BO City or apply slowly Improving,. but unable to gel 1,
He could see no reason for making a front of the Beehive corner, on Tropical Sun office 2w about much.-iMIaml 'Metropolis.y makes at Idner &: Son's. tf, forests i s

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THE TROPICAL SUN. nbont l,47C>,OOOooOooo feet of Off b.a. HELP IS OFFERED ;r... ZJlliilifIl mjo lifif"r.r.'U m

"Some grocers" remarked the custenner \\OUrilV YOUNG PEOPLE
I umber' and that! 43,000OOO.OOO; feet
Pioneer Paper ol Did County Florida "bavo an offhand way of weighIng t'"'" i-arrumlv request all young per

t ::.-= =:=.-.= Are being ont aver year. The result sugar! but 1 notice you're not one MOI",, no mutter how limited their

PublUbcd Every Wednesday aad Saturday IH plain, Hinl it IH up to congress; and of them" means' or education, who wish to ob-
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"OlTli ind way? How do you mean?
IT WCaT PALM BIAOH, ,DADA OOUNTV.FLORID 'the States to enact legislation to asked the grocer."I tnlu a thorough business training anda

prevent the final catastrophe.A noticed you kept your hand on :good position, to write by FIRST
PElt TEAR mall for our GREAT HALF RATE
SOD8CUIPTION PRICE 2.00
-- -- the scales just now while you measured 1
H TEXAS WON'ER. out five pounds for me." OFFER. n '

Tropical Sua Ptolishing Comp'y, There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex: that's Success, independence and probable a
Simplicity. are Don't delay.
guaranteed.
fortune
twice as big as last year. This wflhder( is
CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager. Only small souls assume exclusiveairs.
W. L. Hill, who from a weight of 90 The more truly a man the more Write today. Your deserts for the entire

pounds has grown to over 180. He says: simple do wo find him. Rarely do \va THE GA.-ALA.. BUS COLLEGE, will be
.. season planned and
BDtered at the Po tunce( of Wept Pai. Dench Macon Ga. pro.gidedefor -
Buffered with terrible And from
as aecond-claPS matter. "I a cough, come 'tn contact with a person
doctors dave) me up to die of Consumption ,'whom\ we mrfy not receive something if you invest now in
I was reduced to 90 pounds, when If we meet him ou tIle plane of a kind- Fine line of latest style visiting! \ ;
It all lies In our cards and latest In letters, at The one of our freezers. The
PATIENCE VIRTUE IN ADVERTISING. 1 began taking: Dr. King's New Discovery ly human sympathy. Tropical Sun. Call and sea sample. best

Said a man who bad a wide experience for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. lunate feeling. makes procurable---makes that freeze fast
Mow after bottles I have more
kind taking 12 Prod.-

In advertising; all retailers -: baa doub'ed In weight and. am com "It Is a great mistake, Mabel, to and smooth, saving time and energy.
"New advertisers, especially pletely cured." Only sure cough and i of who
trifle with the affections: a man
make a serious mistake when cold I cure Guaranteed by all Druggists loves you by encouraging some one i You can afford to buy at our prices.

they look for the total net result soc and f I oo Trial bottle free. else Call and see them.HatchetiDaCamara.

from advertisements\ Inserted, In too ""Well he's a little slow, auntie I \
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.To think he needs a pacemaker"
abort a space of time. The money the Democratic voters of Dade N..
i Invested in advertising earns profit County: War to th 'Knlf*. Hardware Go
in Gladys Shall you marry Jack If I J
i sooner tban tbe money Invested I take this method of announcing refuse him? Maud-Yes, and if you ew

:r any other line of goods that, a man myself as a candidate for the office of, accept, him! Wholesale Retailers of Hardware

can put bis money into, but they County Clerk of Dade County subject West Palm Beach, Florida I II
to the action of the Democratic primary I
don't come as soon as some people LONG TENNESSEE: FIGHT.

expect. You take $100 around to F. W. HAHN. For twenty years W. L. Rawls, of Bells, -.- I

Tenn. fought nasal catarrh. He writes -----
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and a ,
the pavings hank today, year FOR COUNTY CLERK.

from now $t. will be your profit To the Democrats of Dade County: nose"The was swelling fearful and till soreness I began/: inside applying my We're Waiting bur Youto o 1o-0-0-o-o-oo-0-0-o-o.o. <;>

You buy a bill of staple goods today I take this method of announcingmy HucUlen's Arnica Salve to the sore surface HUIIKIIAIIDT'S Went Palm nell b. May, 11106
is candidacy ton the office of County come in and have a talk with us about
and unless the article an unusually :thlscaused the soreness and swelling/: to
Not that want
banking. we you
Clerk -subject to the action of the /
,
good seller, your profits will disappear, never to return." Best salvein learn the business, but because we wantto A PREACHMENT
transaction from Democratic primary, and will appreciate existence. 250 at all Druggists./: do business with you. We're pros ABOUT TEA."Do .
r be tied up in the any support that my friends cat: paring/ and with increased facilities for
'c three months to a year. in retal give me. Respectfully, --- --- caring for business want you to we, for instance, know, as we ought to know, what we're about I
I foundto Stat of Florida I In Circuit Court With Us. when we're choosing: a tea? Do we know what tea quality really is? Do ,
business probably it will be Z. T. MERRITT. Dado County j Seventh Judicial Circuit Prosper
; we know what intrinsic goodness in a tea leaf really meant;? Do we I
W J, HiiffnteMler Plaintiff,
be a fact that profits-the profits Against/ Banking wittt us doesn't mean "get-!: know just how to go about looking for the actual 'Tquality iu a tea leaf?
Iu The Word "Knlllr." 11. iriKlilry.: UelcnUnnt.To rich-quick," but a steady, healthful
Invest / '
that a man can spend or Very curious has l been the history of growth of wealth. Do we, in a word know Just how to go about choosing between a good! '
O. E Illghlcy and all othnr IntertnTwl '
peron tea and drinking tea? '
be declared drinking a poor
other t.l11n/1s-cl1u/: the word "Kaffir. Sir Henry Rtiwlln : Anything In the banking line can be

I more than once a year. When a sou once said that the loveliest oriental Ton are hereby no tilled that a writ of at- safely don-_Lhrough us. Will be pleased: NO: WE l DO NOT!
lady he had ever seen woe a Kaffir baa been limned, against you In the
t'LCbmeof to
man runs an advertisement In a see you.DADE Neither do we know law or medicine but we can employ a lawyer or a '
slave at Kabul. When had loosened aliure entitled ciiiiae, antI your property him '
she
'COUNTY
skill and
all their
'BANK doctor and have at our seivice knowledge ,
a' newspaper, for gome reason or other her golden hair she could cover herself been attached to "HtliTy tbe demand nf W. IHnffHtettlcr STATE
Tea who selects our tea. All his ,knowledge and
amounting, / to the mum of eight We Have a Expert,
he expects to get his profits the completely as with a veil. This I hundred tnenty-'flve dollar. YouRud West Palm Beach, Florida. years of experience exerted for us, and that is the reason we sell better '
the next name of Kufllr Is as worldwide as Interested lea than others for less money. I
next day, or at the most, all other persons who are are
Isliimlsm, for It Is the name of "tin- I hereby required to:appear to mild. uetlon be Just kindly try us for tea and note the difference. As to prices, we (
week. He counts his chickens before believer" applied by true :MobnmmeilajiH I tore [said Court at Miami, Dads County, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. have a crackerjack for 30 cents pound. ,

they are hatched. A retailer of to those that refuse the faith. Florida, on Monday, September IIr who started In The Portuguese found it applied to the lOOli, otheiwlHe a delimit will b.. taken. LAW. L. W. BURKHARDT.
acquaintance
my negroes oC east Africa by their Arab against the defendant In said CAUHO. FINEST '

buiness some live\ or six ago with a )M'etlecesRors 'and handed It on to the Dated June list A. T>. 10(10, rC.. CllILLINGWOUTll N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, Oral and OROCER'Ed
H. B.VUNDEIIH,.1r..
good line of credit, but mighty Dutch and to the English. The Kaffir .
; .
Attorney for W I. Huffxtettlqr.LOWJATE8jrta orlt will pay you to purchase our
little capital, told me that he cm slave at Kabul belonged to one of ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
those black clad mountain tribes In .
.o-o-o.oo-o- -
trace results to advertising and West Pail Beach Fla.Gr .
the heart of Afghanistan, who till 1805 '
circularizing that he did more than defied their Moslem neighbors and on [ iso.: (}. cuicitu: ,-- --

five years ago. As an actual experience their dizzy precipices gloated on their ,f Broad we SI & Moore
ttorney and Counsellor-tit-Lair
he Idolatry. These Afghan Kaffirs claim
he told that in 18\10\ Railway
me
to be descended from the Greeks who Southern WEST PA M BEACH, FLORIDA Pharmacists
distributed a few thousand circular came with Alexander In his conquest -- Registered :
1 BUANNINO: ,
among farmers outside of his terri- of tho cnat. $32.40 H,. Agents Biltmore Cream, and Olivel's Candies

tory. The direct results were not Attorney and Counsellor-dt-Law
A Pa..llni[ Trl...., Out-of-town orders are given; prompt attention.
New Haven Conn., and return. Tick. (Olllce over Bank
\ and he figuredat
usually satisfactory, Take a piece of writing paper about
the time that the investment of three inches square and with a lead eta on sale June 25, limited June 9 WEST PALM BEACH FLA Manufacturers of the strongest and must effective

pencil the point of which has been Extension June 30, 1906. Stop-overs,
But MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
about $20 was practically lost. dipped' In water, draw a circle a Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, HiRSE FLY REMEDY

what happened? Five years after square a triangle or any other geo- New York II.CJ.. 11001), Dl. I>
on the ruarket. Sl'EO..L'IUCE PER GALLONJetl'eison
that date, there came to him 'a metrical figure. Put the paper care
-4 fully on a pan of water, letting it float $35.90 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON -
farmer with a little old, faded pink and leaving the surface dry. Carefully Offlie over Potter's bicycle tore. WEST Block WEST PALM HEACHo '

circular that he had sent out. The drop water on the surface of the paper Boston, Mass., and return. Ticketson PALS: HEACH. Kenldeuea near Royal

merchant looked for the gooils. advertised until the space within the figure Is sale May 31 to June Extension' Polncluua Hotel PALM UEACU. 12-1 -

filled. The moistened pencil lines will July 15. 1906. Stop OVIs;: Washington O U. l-O"I'I"U.IU. !>., ieeiae AOrotlo'Sa051e1ae5a0 n elecLoye 0k0i10i10110t107t0110i1o7e 0,10aos0oetol
but long since had they keep It from flowing outside the figure BaUini6re"l>liiladelpbla and New ) > o o"o o o"o"o"o" oo"o..o..o o., .. Kweotror,0rorartn 00

been sold. However, the farmer Now place the point of a pin over some York. a-aa-oa_:_ WEST PALM B ACJJ, FLA. Jit

bought something else, openedup point in the figure near the edge. The ( DENTAL lio 0" 00..
pin point must penetrate the surface $14.65 0 boXI
an account, and has been a of the water, but must not touch the j Pit,II. ft. MAC DR.J.NEWMAN: : i 21 00

steady customer ever since. This pnper. At once the paper will float Asheville, N. C. and return. Ticket Dr$. MACr & NEWMAN S3S3 .

one {armei's business is probably\ around until the, pin points directly to: on sale June 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 16, limited
than the the center of the figure, See If youcan. June 27, 1906. .... DENTISTS SINGER SEWING .
worth
considerably more
find out It does
why this. Office In Jefferson Block 00
total' vestment. An old line advertising $20.4QLouisville WEST PALM BRACH FLORIDA .

who the Chanalme" aerpenla lot" nod"
places U
agent The Egyptian cobra H not unlike Its Ky., and return. bit. J. E LIDDY MACHINESU

-k business of ,many mail order adver- Asiatic! : cousin' except In the absence of Tickets;on sale June 10, II, 12, limited 00

tiaeis, tells me that he has knownof tho curious RiK'ct.icIe-lifto; murk which June 23 Extension July 23, J906. Dentist o0
\ Olllco first door went of Diule County Stale .
direct results being received from dIsMif'ui4ic's/ the latter Although It In $23.35Hot Hunk Jill oc
tho most
poisonous reptile known to 'I' G
advertisements inserted as long as WEST PALM: JIEACI1. FI.OHDA
Inhabit northern Africa, It 'N the favotlto -
Springs Va., and return. Tick. 1%
ten years ago. I am today receiving among the snake charmer
ets on sale June 9, lo, it, limited June
v replies from advertisements iu- These conjurers know how to render 1906. Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS 01
this serpent rigidly unconscious by 19 Yo
serted in newspapers as far back as Are "Trieil and True." We sell
ii them ou terms
prt'BFllng\the nape of Its neck with a $16.65 ti 3 l?

. 1902.: I do not believe that thereis finger This act appears to throw the i, io -$3.00 per month-that you cannot afford to' tie 0

an Investment of any kind that reptile Into catalepsy, In which he is as Knoxvllle. Tenn.tand return,[.Tlck.dets .* 0?
stilt as an Iron rod. Traces! of something on sale June 18-i9-23; ." "" .. > without ono. You can save the coat of one by a ao
,
begins to pay the dividend! that the In'' 17 24 30, q,. '
does. Certainly similar having been practiced OJu'y7, 14. 15; limited fifteen days makings your own and children's clothes: In less 28S
right kind of advertising olden times may be found In the Blblo, '
Uxteo )Jon Sept. 1906.
the good; will of the busi- where Aaron made serpent of his 30 tWM..1 o.fc'o than a year-IeBs time than, It, takes to pay for It. 10,.
rod staff. '
ness obtained partially by advertising or $14.65 ao We carry them. iu stock. Call and see them. oa 0Of

is worth considerably. more than I.iJr. Ashevil1e, N. C.. and return. Ticic ko Machines for rent by the week. 0

a business obtlined.without it A HAPPY MOTHER eta on sale June| 26, 27, 28, limited R. ', '

Do not decide that an advertisement will see that her baby is properly cared July to, 1906.,, Jl 0Of
for-to Ho this a good purgative: is neces OF a-;3M 0o.f
has been a failure for at leas $16.35 0
sary. Many babies suffer Prow; worms f
.
Pivo years He patient. It take; and their mothers don't know It-If your Monteagle. Tenn., and return. Tick. Doors, Sash l..0Jk'b. i' o|

time to do things in this world. baby la feverish and doesn't aleep at et, on sale June 29 30 July 3, 5, Hui- Blinds q.. i

Ralph Harris, in Brains. nights; it IK troubled with worms. lied AUI{, 31, 1906. Extension Oct. MouldingAND S3ss 'We Arc After Your furniture Business."

White's Cream Vermifuge will clean out 3t, 1906. a 33tt

theMe worms In a trid I pleisant way... .
That the South! ataudt lU danger Building Material -- o.
$32.10.'Milwaukee. *
Once tried always used. Give it a trial Ito

of lowing In a single generation one Price 25 cents at A G. Riexel'a drugstore CHARLESTON S. C.
Wisconsin and return; 1
of her of wl'8lth-I1I'r t McGINLEY BROS. CO.) 0
sources
. greatest
Tickets on sale Aug. 10, II, 12, limited ,Dtr Largest Factory South.

1 forettll-ill! nmVie plain by the invest!! Typewriter Fc- Sale.-Smith-Pre- Aug. 22, 7906.Passenger. ( Send for Prices. ,0'o

i gallons! the Department of State mier No. 2, In good co ditlon. Will and Ticket office S3 Opposite School House n?

tliere is less be sold at a bargain. Apply James 108 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. 2.. Ito
Although; f1lwnY8 more or J* O n.
Evans, at office of Western Union J. C. LUSK, L. A. WILSON
i' talk! of the day when, the world's supply Telegraph Company. District Passenger/: Agent. 1 n

,' of coal or Iron,'or some other -, I MANUrArTUHBR: OK IIH I of

general commodity will beexhxmtei OUTWITS THE: SURGEON. 'Boots and Shoes OB7eo5loieo3lotto5te7eoeok0teoao:4oiee '
t Summer Excursion Rates K
:
oatoloetostoatoroaSOkastokcK
the time in each' case seems to he too A complication 01'1enlale troubles, onto stostoikoeto ROeto roes ororC no M.r+Qw.o.o.o. reo.o.O "
with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, Repairing la All Kinds of Leather --
; far distant, tocnusu alarm. nut Via
nay :
$ hat, reduced Mrs, Tlios. S, Atmio, of \ Good Neatly Done s -breaker!, in
DO YOU LOVE The most famous truce
with the forests It I Id different" their ,
,
Leaven worth, Ind., to such a deplorable ute
Atlantic Coast Line. your baby? You wonder why he the l land are Dry King's New
1'' exhausted! not only in the South hut condition, that her doctor advised l an OD
Indian Tanned Buckskin cries. Buy a bottle pt White's Cream Pills. When liver and bowels gI
but her husband ,
operation; fearing fatal
In the whole United States, bring a results, postponed this. to try Electric Summer excursion rates to all sum 'ermlfnge and he will never cry. strike, they quiCklY settle the trou

f" real and "eDtmennce. met excursion points are sow Most babies have worms, and the ble purifying woiK sow
vary pr Thirty Bitters[ ; and to the amazement of all who on sale and Horsehide Shoes and tie

p ?. flue years la the time set. for tiJit knew her, this medicine cotnplelly cured via The Atlantic Coast Line. No trouble mothers don't know It. Wbite'B right on. Best cure for constipatloaheadache' all

. her. Guaranteed cure for ,torpid liver, to answer questions. Ior rates, reservations Cream Vermifuge rids the child of and dizziness 23o:; at
total: disappearance of our forests, or any information FOR TENDER PERT worms and cleans out
kl lacy disease, biliousness, jaundice, comnjuni- its system la a druggists ,
!F unleHs "preenutiomirv steps are Im- chills and fever, general debility, nervousness r pate with, Oliie St. North of New Jefferson Blo ileasant way Every mother, should' MONEY' TO LOAN.

,'' a mediHtely .taken. tVjs estimated and blood poisoning. Beet to ic FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Fowler Bros. & house With It, fear need'; never en. I+ YOU IIAVIt' PROPERTY TItAT
District Passenger Agent, Brass Shafting at tel' her mind. Price 25c. Sold 1 need money
that there now stand In this country made Price joe at any drug store Try it. I by yon want to Improve and Cum, .
) King's.
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Jacksonville, Fla. : A. G. Klegel. to do it with apply .to Oeo. O.

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TUB TKOPitAL SUN, WEST )A1.M, 1SEACH FLOIUDA.'I'tTR:; '.Y. JUNK: : 2, t tOOti( I I'A E I iHllrKVit I : f ', )
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\ end HumorBENJAMIN Tax Sale Notice---H: '-I '( J4' WV'I' % r' '4Y; tl

tlr 1 r VIr 1ar'r't"Vr V''Y' x7 YI L'V"D' Ylr' % ''W 0

of N ;i. hrr,1v. I glvrn that/ that Iho $
.tel'l folInvIngdueet'l4t'd load. "lit hI'. weld, lit put)> l4\' nurL
F. BUTLER Inl'n' ",, Ihr.. Hh day or .Jun,, 11(01 I ;
: lit 10 0101''' 'a. 4l.. lit the I mnu' tl C"II1ho", II) tho I II "
IIC W..l' I I'nln, 1I.'h. In IIi..1' .. p.I p.
nmtyof UileSiat IIi
ort'lorldu"r 'nlnurhtharcuf will
nw
-- nerr.su'Y"' t" III' Ilu' .11I"11", du.,,' rill White Goods \
IateI to Illy
III\ ell far ,
; MII { ,hi' J I'h" 11"1 b"11I" M"t upponlt ) $
.
w I ,
sumo '
ISNfiUAt BUTLER logrhrl 1 '"lIh cut" lit wail" rule' acid IIdvl"'IIMllIlI. I

was one of d -.
rLOT'S 'l'ot .
.
tho most forceful .UII $ I
mllo" .
NASIE:
tliough one wtaes'!'

tk of tSte most ,,__ ___ IHIVJlnij!

"'" enigmatic, clidrncters I, 2. 8 2 U"" ZlIpf' S iDI x Lingerie Batiste a India Linon and Per-

ever 2 'IVI (;

thrown to the \I 5"7 Will l"" mercerized finish cloth sian Lawn need no in- ,
'to
surface of II i0nIn' ft Arnnhu0g" rr '
: II I It AUurhi ,
4' i, 771x1 ,
w ot 0 2II(\ !
?T-----\ American:: public '" 11 1 IIkllOWII "

\ life. Few men UK 12) .nIft 00444444 j Is n tvJ Mrs Metcalf l.uoy "l' LnmJlllII, 10.km 6'y'.''11m' : that retains its silk fintroduction.. We have

: i IILIIUur,
have been more ]12i U,1t\1\ ish. Prices, 25c 40c wide of
-. \ reviled and denounced ''tiYe14U a range priqe
yet the 'I la Slrahonnros +' t
,
S.e sheer Intellect-. \I\ IT Mrs Edith A Motcalf Piey UI/!/: and 50c per yard. and quality. lOc to ,

al strength of' '

II .few baa been :e H H ', is i 1110 111 II N'J.llel'NenlS4u1 II.1'I j : 65c per yard.

: more generally; \\ I. A WIbouMI 10
.. III ,, I A AltlGlnloy 11 .
+ recognized. '
\ .r :In R.1OIIver, ,a1'1A11/tM1Mt' -- --
Butler's wit ;t roI I ://1/ .'I'lIrlllu s

had a certain II' 24:u .Irl f K Mllr Mnr9in' Mac.ln' !=A a White Mercerized MadrasWhite Indian Head .-. The }
w n'1 :
24 I '
savage quality, 111 24 S a Mat'Vtll In all the newest effects-at well known staple for white
\, like the man. f :/.' P..1'.e. H'k.KIOI'b. Lb t."t'k lee Co P toAhouxu n'' ..JJI OI'I i

1 ', bis retorts were 6 sri K T R nhai, ,uolh 1S''eUw '' ; prices to suit all. skirts. 32 inches at 15c per 7
\ .
usually crushing n'' r rt

overwhelm. I :28 28! ,lolIl.Hoh 1,19'It .\ yard.

ing. A famous 6 I !28 I u ,
? noo'1.lIpt 00 --**W%>%**% M -WVMWm%%
Butler w ::11I Ilarl rl
occurred cougresH. alit 22 e.
example I
016 II 8.\\ D (tldtleliS' at1U.. ,' I iti I
Intimated that a prolix speaker was ;
tinuHftresslng the limits of debate.Vby .4wif3 White Linen.
:
Carrie II Grier 'tDitw" : r
the member 'II
"\ general, said T F..l( taIgl''yt'ira J. ,
"you divided your time 1 #
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with reproachfully mo." 2 .1 j;,' W FA Ihluhce 8lral"lII ,a,'10eu 110, An excellent quality fine A good quality close weave' '{f.1 I #

"1 know I did,"/rejoined Butler "but I }I': IUIt(1I11Bmlih 8 HI
1 didn't divide eternity with you." 4g 4 Quo Ii.'Wlllnnlli tI'lIO weave light weight all linen light weight UNION LINEN ';

,i 8 wyt D 4J' .J II 1'nylor;; ae5b ,i, 4 4 4I 36 inch; just the right weight I 36 inch; looks as good as all

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time-this while But. ,
was .
At another 4.1 I for comfort. Prices' Sec and linen for less Prices .I
ler was still a Republican 'proposeda n Ynrah. Odum J 8)e money. '

Sunday session Samuel J. Randall 2' 411 LOII"I" webher 1900S 60c per yard. 35c and 40c per yard. '

tile Democratic leader, opposed this as 1 '?. ,
4U 'a 7iiwI' .
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>> \I '
a desecration! of the Sabbath."Oh Ull'tmal' ""%"\\1\.' %%% 4 %''Vtr. ""'"
,, sI
pshaw," responded Butler "dou't 8 : tA" 9 411 r..n. 1'0wol1 8'96

tile Bible say that It Is lawful to pull 6 ...,,, / 000 za"r" 110 90saaoortnecnr.otlot '
*
ox or ass out of a pit o the Sabbath : 11 ECELPAv: : Co 110 00! 1
four day? You have seventy-three 7 t """ O'Xell'' Claw' ,tdd ;7MOPUato111'Idt011 ; BR NNING 5 BROSmI
i\\
asses on. your side of this house that 12 J I"; ,(,: II t. 1v A JA.'kxoi .:.: HJ',
7 It ehrlly" l\Iory; 1 sob
this and I
out of ditch .
I want to get /" ..!JJ \ II1.r w III"hbllr" I 110
think I am engaged In a holy work." .2 ,: .,: 110 : B Ik'"wn:; :: ;:: .N N":,
6 'It n IdwMnntford I ... '. 1eo I MEM; HER WEST: PALM:\ BEACH:
t' 'i t ::181, Iirn.. WIIC..h'H' : 2 no LRDIES' OUEFICCERSWEST 1 (
General, Butler was a greet lawyer II } :/II 'I'\ I')" '1'8' le: INI MERCHANTS1; : ::! ASSOCIATION:: :; sf
1 E ." '. t 1 Itllh ,Mllr' 111I 20(\ .,
he a terror to Judges. One daybe .
but was II hut I ,'! Mullen :s IMI.II
had badgered nu occupant of the a. 54 'l'I'II..GtlH Odd pun.s hall 12 no

bench until tho Judge out of all patience 14 t : 'I'Cdontw: '4(3 Alton: : 43 2841 454 PALM;: BEACH, FLK.. $:

petulantly asked "What does 1.11 20 I' C .Iolloe hart

tbe counsel suppose I am on this bench U 4 l'"wn-lly why add' t.. wI I' Bench 0 70 VI

for?" Scratching llj,4 laend/a minute .
"Well, I confess It'W'
Butler replied, yourhonor's -
Tlio lot nnd block nil inborn, given' above are in ut'cordnnce to thu. :Mnj of tho City oWe
got me there. .t .1'nlin. Reach now on "e or.1 in tlio oilleoof the Cluik of tho <'::11'1111'1.:01\1'1,111: and, lu"'
L>iulo. ( iHiniy, Fluridii.l nnli-w, otlieiwlnu Hiu'chloil.. NOTICE.
Wltn08a my hqnd 1 this fftli day of May, A. i>. IOUs .
General Butler once asked a young \AW. HEIMDFtlOKSON In County Judge's Court, Probate Jurisdlcton -

lawyer to brief a case. The attorney r Ity Tax (itltcc'tnr. :Dade County State of Florida
did BO, but left the brief at home on the
In[ the Matter of the Estate of PatienceP.
the
table. However( be said he had
whole case In bis head '''and could present Ward, Deceased.

It from( memory. Florida East Coast Railway.Local Xotlce la hereby given that on the 1IjiI'ta

"i'ouns man," said'tho general "the second day of July A. D. 1900 I shall

next time you have a brief to preparefor present my accounts for'' final settle- ? ye.; !

( me bring me the brief and leave Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 19M. ment and apply for my discharge! ca ;, "p i : / ) \ : I

your bead at home on the table." I
UP. executrix of the Estate and of the Last
SOUTIl.BOCND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUNB..READ!
Vlll and Testament; Patience P.
A client of Butler had stolen a key III.n
Ward deceased to the County :Judge l f
N'.78 No. ) lt h by
out of a door and was arrested for larceny No.09 412D STATIOS9 O.ly, D.II y8t + I yp ,(, '7
The general got.him off on the at Miami Dade County Flort rt. rr n+' xY'mw ,

plea that a key when In a door Is real g 08pm 0941:;; g 2Onm 28010 Ly.:::::,::".:::::::.SonlhJnekaonvllla.:..;.;Jack.onvlile..;;:::.::..::::::::::.LY.Ar 7 7 1004 17p': : 66nm 47am: VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT. I .3: '
estate and steal real not lI 1 46pm Executrix of the Last Will/ and Testa-
to estate was P
then under the Massachusetts 7 7 2upm a.m, : 11 10 4Onm 19am :: Ir.::::=.::::::..bt.... Hastings Augu.llue:: : .:::::::::::::::::::: :: g 84pm l 4eaa1a ment of Patience P. deceased.
larceny Ward
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Onpm it Siam If ............. ..........E" Palatka E-!!!! '
law. -II 83: 111I: I. 00 UI Ar........................... 'a at ..........._....?...........r: :; 4 6rpm Wll ,em H. PIERRE BRANNINO + ... 'r 'a.", Afyl I ,t4,'l e.' 4 '
7 4Jpm 1110..11I L..1......................... Pahltka............................Ar 6461'11I' 6116..111I Attorney for Executrix.
When a member of the Massachusetts \ 2i1j"n ... .A.. ......... .........San Millo".. ........'....1.i .." .'. 6 l t\U1 I
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legislature Butler as minority I\I) oI\.m: 1282pm Ly,.........................Duuuni 1..........G ................LvflOpm 6OHam! --.---- l % (
leader adopted dilatory tactics and raised 9 lIpln 1240l'm .. ....."......?..._........Dl1pont....._....?.............. 6dOnm,, .

successive poluls of order. The majority l002pm.0 18pm::: L 12Ipm rpm:: : :: :::::::::::::::::::::::: Ormond Daytoie: ?::::.:::y.:::::::::::::: :: 84Man: .: 4d8a.11018pm 6 454111:; Round Trip Rates Via m

leader was Earned Lord, and he 1 1II\l'm\ ................. .. Port Orange ..._.............?. S 8/lpm/ 4 8'nm 16nn
Butler's The 10 a.'pm \2,1).04 Ar..................?......New 8myrna"......"............... S 16pm 4 ,
opposed points. speaker 1 It'am' 4 up Are...................... akehold ?..................... 'v. l00pm 616pu1II Louisville' & Nashville f 4
decided In Lord's favor Invariably and 2""m 4 lpm .. ......_............ Orange City ....... -..... 12 6(1pm 6 6111"11 t S { 1
often adopted that gentleman's exactphraseology ...! l!*!! 6 /JOpm ......... ..... Or.nKo Chy JlrOtlon ...............f. 12 461'11III 6 ii!.!L_ Four Sailings Each Week Between 'r
In doing so, whereuponBen J6pm 2 101'11I' ..v....................... 'irek i M""y"..Ar. OO.m 1..""
8 UM'U' Fitailroad""
.. ... 1l1ll..L. 140"m"
said the presiding officer was in 11 11 61pm 10004, :8 l4l1pm lapm Ar......................?...Tltesvtllo.....,.....,.......:.... .. 2 or.pm- 800Rm JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK

tbo position of Saul on the rood to Damascus 11 l0atn jlm Ar ........ ................4nfor..r.....n.......?.. It T6i(...nDi jj.n
6 HOVm" 11 MIIIII Lv.........?................. sanfnrd...........................l Ar 6 6op1n 11 lOam The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Calling at Charleston, 8.C., both wnv. a
when he Inquired, "Lord, what '. ..... ... ....... ..... 2 :..plUU tgwm :
11 j; 8 v.............._......... ltusvil a .I "
wilt tl ou have me do?" 12 8\am 6lpln\ S 51 lapin run .. ..._.....................Coaon.......................... Lv..ALv... 1 2p"" I 22un wm sell Round Trip Tickets from Jacknonville THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS:: IN THtl: COASTWISE SERVICE I
861pm ..........................Hockle o......1......._......._ 1lIpID: 2 IHOl\l\ Indicated
12 Adam
4 ....._....._.......F.811 Q4(111o. ...................... 12 471m 1 47am' to points shown on dates
Butler having, a legal advertisementto 1 Oillm 4 nOpm 221'11I .. ..... ....... ......AJolbonrllo......................_'a 12 871m 1 Ri'n' proportionately low rates from THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND: AND SOLTllEllX LINES;
1 1118'11 II .......-...._...?..........ebo.'It\n.....?.................... .". 31 511aIU 12 lIIoIUI ; \ Dtr.t Service Betweet.
place, the court asked him to designate 1 6511,11, 6 10pm OOptn ". ... ................. 8t I.lInlu ... ..................... 11) 6NUm 12 OOll.ts other points. I
n paper lie named an opposition : 6 If ."....-....................Fort 1.leroo....................?.. 10 Minot/ 1111I1'1118110ftUl JACKSONVILLE= BOSTON! AND PROVIDENCE, I
asnm 8 8Tpn Ihplq ...................._.....Tlbbl&III......."..._..........._ If lU 17am 11 IIIIm88.1111I $\P. 45. Paris, Texas and return. Tlck't. / AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. 'I
Paper the Lowell Advertiser ,, _._.... ..... .... Eden .............................. 101M... 11 1004.4 -
"I don't know such a paper," salt the 411.m 411plll 641pm ......._..........".._Jor.."' !< ................".,......... II 10 OfItLnl II (ttq.nlA ( sold May 3, 4, 5 and 6 with final Calling at Charlenton both ways,
clerk S 510m 8 ITplll ........?......._........8111I1rt...... .. .. ........... If 10 WRm 10 RIII'm limit May 15. sJcMr.w: EEKLY 8AILINU8. 4atl
of the court disdainfully. 1 ( ......_............. Hobo 801111'I... ... \ 81RI\1\ 10 2iJpm Southbound 1. From Lewis'' Wharf Boston Ilp''
"Pray. Jlr. Clerk'" said Butler, "do 4\100m\411",11 7 401'111 2.1plll' ........................ We.1 Jupiter .........,.......... .. .If. \I 1"I&m 10 OI'I"n' $2o.4o., Louisville, Ky., and return.
................ S 4..111 0 nOpm64111111I Northbound From foot of Catherine Street. ,
.................._\\0.1 l'"lm 1Joucb !
not Interrupt the proceedings: of tm 6 Ilft.n S 81.1pm"Ip.n ....... ._....... ....... BnynmU' ......_......... ......" 8 Wft.1l 0I1'1n, Tickets sold June 10, n and 12,, with Jacksonville ., i 1
court for If you begin to tell us what I 6 l\1Iom\ 8 SOpm .' ...................?......... ....?........,.....4'., lom 74lam! 601.11I44HRIJI final limit June 23. By payment of ; d
.agdenlule. .. ........ 760004a
.......,......._..I'ort ( ? ? .. CLYDE ST. JOH1\ RIVER LINE
you don't( know there will be no time Oiau 9471"11 401'111' ?............_........... Doul. _..................... 11.le.m. 111OI'no fee of-So cents, tickets can be extended I

for anything else." f (mom Ig 6spnl: _:: :.:...::::::::::::::::::.Leman:Il.tIIU4"lo., : City..4.: .::. :.::'..:.:::. :: X 48,404 004(111: f 80004 1411.1; :, until July 23. Between Jacksonville and 3anford. I

88,04 Sepia .... ................6lhunl ............. ..;..:.....r.v 6 !slam 1 U44nI;"
10 Ar...... ... ? Nashville Tenu. and return. Stopping at Palatlia Astor St. Francis Bereslord (DeLnnd) and
7 Roam SOpm ...... .111urL' .............. ...I.\r .................. ""pl. 1625. i {
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Once .. ... 17
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hnndllng. ro'tUop .. 1VrI.
while a witness 8 10am .......y'... .. .................. OOpmDllifol Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River ,
; Butler was reminded and 20 and July 5, 6 and 7, with final ,, Steamer City of Jacksonville 1
time ho 06 and Dax
was Carl on train .
questioning a professorof Parlor Care on tralnl 29 and i8. Dutrot 81eeplnlr
Harvard college. He replied: 1 Dlllly except buudRY. limit 15 clays from date of sale. By appointed to..)"! ta follow! Leave Jackaan vllle, 8nn""J'.., TiiQU'luye. nndTlinradnya\ ,!l:80: p.ni 1

"I am aware of It, your honor. We h :Z3 19'' t6! 'IO 10.20 I No.2sat.-:;11. '!.! payment of feejf| So cents, and depositing Rel..nUll lou\3anford, Monilax SVedveeday.Ind, Frlilayn, 0:00: 'a. m. I t

hung one of them, the other day." t Ihl. 140.21 No Dally No.n Ho.n/ MAYPORT DRANCH.l INO "r'1lwnn. / 'ticket, same can be extended Southbound Schedule. Northbound

When Dally Soli.Ddlf, Dally D"iI"I": I Dilly 100,1 I Doill lIun.all' rl ly. until September 30. Leave Read 3 30 down.9111 .. ... *... ". JACKSONVILLE..PALATKA: !: .. ... .. .... .... .....Arrive Read S DO np.ant545p81

In command afc New Orleans l. --- I qMn 1665. Knoxville Tenn., and retnl n. .. ...... ... .... ". ... .. .. ..... .. .. ... ......Leave 8 oo pm '
General Butlur received a report from 91\01'' 641p 1101' PONplOwal"'"....-.Bnuthdnakrtuvale..1.y. ... ............ r tlnal" 1110"lI.IIn,13'.2I': ', ,I 6.ftl1... 410104' Tickets sold June 16, 18, 19, 23, >4 And S ooam ...... .... .. .... ...... .... ... ASTOR. ... .........:...... ..... ...... 8 30 pm ,

one of his colonels that on account of Olp 06-p 11"181' .,..........11nbl0B"M'h., ........... ".. I Hhn 12201' A ."' A'"t1035p 1 and July 14 sntf f5. Final limit 4 30 am .. .. ... .. .. .. .. FRANCIS. .. .. .. .." ... .. M 2 oo pm
a disturbance he had beeu obliged to 7201p666p 724p!! 6101' 240p 446p 1081'al".' ..........Atl4n '! S04(01. ........._" 6 O..I 7407. I!! lAp, 6 1M"., 'I' 30 7 __ ... ..:... .. .... .. BKP.ESFORD (DBt.AWD)...... .... ..... ... oopm
: .............. 8( 7Na12"II4a' \\ / l'' date of sale. Ticketscan
Hoot one of the mutineers. The gen 2.1' 7 4ua10: I I sWn11, ..a A 1'.............. .\In !port .Lv .! 13 days from Arrive JO am. ....... .................. .....SANFORD ................. ... ......... 9 30 em

eral read the paper carefully and Inuorsed -. I PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENT, STEAMSHIP Cai\N:3CTW: S AT UH.\ be extended by payment of fee of 10 00 nni....................................ENTERpni8E...... ...... ................... 10 OOnin* .
cents, and depositing with special
50
and sent on It the back back to the, "Shoot col. el another: Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. :S. :S. Coapa_ for agent;' until September 3otu.f General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville

-. Close( Connection 77.50.,' San Francisco and Loa Angelesand ... M. ireoNMOS: ( KH.Jr.Am't Uon'll'aa_Aft 132Ve.t Bay St.,J ik: ,onvlll Fin. i
One of Key''Vest' to \V. tOOl'fcU: '' Jr. Fref' t.. c. 1'. LOll ELL SUI"" .. .
the and Tickets sold June t
most remarkable fast day Havana return. 24 Font of Hognn Street, JauKunnviite. PloridA .
Proclamations ever issued in America Jnly Inclusive, Final limit S pteU1.ber A.. C. UAUEHTV, G u'l (". ,I-.IKK. ABt.. Now Vol k. CLYDE MILNE Uflli'l, Fr" Alt, N. Y r

or was sent out by Butler when governor Two Sailings Each Week.\ :15. Liberal stopover' privileges. VHKO I.. ROEK, Vice rren\unt. and Goneral JtiuiuirerM t '

Massachusetts.. After requesting the Discharge Passenger at Ship's Side. No Tramfant.For Passengers can go one route and return Gwiernl001 CI.r. Piei":" XI ""tI ni MM, saw Tort III'um'h. :Jfto Brmtdvav.,
1"00110 Trains ,
[ to Suspend secular occupations .
bu ,.,.,,,,. another. .
the hr OV"\II"10. at and dr7 nr
appointed treln \
day he added, "And I timer al which mar
Table ob"wlhe \
do Time at the tl,.'' v 414(0.1 t. 1,00 .unatuuedDorlstbbComeaGYtobeheld Dally"May I5th to September 3oth
gospel specially exhort the ministers of th J from\ the several aurnonr;I but r their;,.rrlt"1 1 rO.-nl.: ;':r :,rums, r n "? 1laueeaerlalnytroP,. I I :!: :" om. inclusive. Rouod/trp.: summer tourist GRAFTED, .
on that day to feed their flock Mulgoba Mangoes. ;
the o? O'-Jr-;; InJoromtlon: sale to vanouj re. BUDDED
!divine word and not discourse upon For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD tickets will be on

divert POUUcnlnnd other secular topics which "SEE THE TICKET AflENT." sorts Full information schedules, time Largest Collection of Crotons In the United States. :Calais, Phyllan.

the serious thoughts, of the peotlie I tables, etc., will be furnished on application AH Full Line of Citrus
lJlo *. c'r llt'STINH.' FLA. ihur, etc. pot grown. Stock
from Ocn'l. Pas.Ar: '
." the humble worship of the Fa- J. D. RAHNEfc. Asst. : t0'_ G. E. HERRING!: grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address
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---.--''--- "- Fla. L.&N. K.R ,
: : Agent,
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'" JOHN B BEA(iH. West Palm Beach Florida '
1'J. ,
4t tile ; %:v Bay
beennluat| war'a MCGiNLEY.Funeral .
of the rather B.
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to\ llidous 'I' Jacksonville, -- --
lieutenant colonel detailed to .. PIe.-

Butler a the qualifications necessary to( ,,- CITY MEAT MARKETT.
uceeggftjj jjornmander. Butler led Directorand e 1

hIm on till he had exhausted all the S. RICHMOND, Agent "PEASTER, Proprietor.

young':"Do ma?think'? J|lou( Ott the subject> ''oridA fad UVslern Meats! .I'oultry, Unme{} anti iis.:
you
tloll necessary1" of asked any the other general.qnaltaca- h.ewnrM. bemm.1b.IIrlrs.erwl aw.Ia ar.txawr 6o 4w tq JaenI thi Ferrule Grant Land Company Mail Order Receive Careful Attention. n
The bI Ome our '
lieutenant colonel answered In l), WOOD to iron.the ruWb"unln4 ICiAl4: ESTATE.
0(41111% 700
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Block WEST
the negn tl'l'o. Embalmer I 1 hewers "4(4 thn tine,( vc, Jefferson PALM BEAOHTROPlGALWj'FinesTiJnelobPrinlTng }
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gebKaf PWOt thgbrrtt'wd.-Gxery r' "
"WolJ.* ct>lonoi-" wild Butler, "I think ; 0e9 Pwrd'As.ual fr.. td 4e CUTLER.'LUItIDA ,
there i W one thing{ more which ;you hare ti| I licenseH br the< St.t' h t 1 ntilmlm! erellcaau.D4 .
p.
not 'rnamed i ijj*>ttfii, 11'v' PtRRY a Co.. s.
'SO"wblcl1i M.
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frMr'eTiasnUyr.lno / [
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,- anything about," and prepare bodies for shipment. D.troiy M/oh. 1 1t I (odal'Dypepsla CuroDIGosts : (
AH.
Brains general what Is tbatt"\ I' Lady assistant r what you eat.

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paragraphs ofInterest Mr Frwl i S Morwp', of Miami, spent THE omru a
yr( ; I iiul.n<1 I In t the ('iimi |hIceincss.> | '

/ li" llillMcl, S I ol ('truly (ComjIllSBlOjIlis ) / ,
Looal
l l+ < will hold llii'h. M'Miliu monthly Stock S .IRKIN

sslon In Mlainl! nt-\t Tuesday,
e '. m
Dr H (C I H f,,"'tl is\ I nin-mllng[ today at Tile imiUiif;: ol the newly" orttuulzcd I .f, ,

t his oi "iu-,1> 1-:1"\: ni'u .IiipUei' City Relief toBoi-lullon, called forThursday Profitscan i COMPANY ,

\11s..lulht Under) ( has retained flora night Old( not materialise: -

rt,' a visa\! nlili) lends' In Jnplii' i iMr 01 I S t Iiu i of 1 the" committee being prcsi I ANTHONY EXTENDS i

i i i. ba Increased by giving
.1 greatly
I SHOES
.1 J.1V Garner, fount' ily of tliNilty I
lint now ol' Miami I >pent Thursday '''.t: Mimdns,', at the city council special care to the health of every .

]zero" with relatives and fiiemlsMr. I i lii iiln r i. (Cltv Tax Collector \'\". W. animal and fowl on the farm.
i Hi, mlildihon< will\ sell at public lui1iluii Sick poultry,sheep,cattle, hogs, have advnnsct:::: from p A CORDIAl INVITATION
find Mrs, John \\'. )left ,
Harper their livers 30TO 50 ]PElt CE.. T
the list of lands now being acevitisecl horses, etc., depend on 4

Thursday night for Ml.inil, where In The Tropical Sun for unpaid 'to keep them well Still we are ready to show you the to All Our
; they will make their pci" inaneut home
taxes The sale will take plate very net?'esb\) styles of Spripg
Mr. 'Frank r, Carlon loft yesterday
at 10 clock In the forenoon. and Sum:::! merI
1 niornlny for hl.. home In Beaver, Pa, BlackDraughtStock "Out-of-town Friends" to
Mr. and :Mrs Fred V!. Cook and r
where ho will spend the 1 miniiiuu with SHOES and OXFORDS .
children\ expect to leave the city tomorrow I
I 'p i. lelatlvi.HMr i Make Our Store j jPj
for a month's stay at Tlbbals, and Poultry j fr HEADQUARTERS
+ at the old
Kdwnid( Nowcomb was. up" from I name prices.
where they will be the guests! of rel- .
k 1 Boynton) Tlnu-mlny and H><>nt t the day ''ati'., s Mr. Cook, while in Tibbals Medicine m I

In the city, combining bnRlnl'gwith : t Our Line of SHOES CLOTHES HATS and FUR.
pleasure will assist Capt. Geo. E. Andrews In )1 W. L. Douglas ,

harking and shipping his Immense keeps their livers working and NISHINGS Is More Complete Than Ever
'., Mrs.A'. E. Glenn and two little crop of pi lieu. therefore keeps them well Pats
Black-Draught Stock and Poul- Monarch
daughters arrived from Miami yesterday -
Cap Geo. B. Baker bas recently try Medicine Is a pure natural,
and are" the guests of Mrs T. purrhisrd from B :Marvin the i property vegetable: blood purifier, and acts Queen Quality
.T. Holly by regulating the stomach, liver '
Known as the John Clark place, j Bros.
Anthony
and bowels. _
Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Sirldn have comprising about ten acres, which la It prevents and cures Hog: Chol- at just what they ore marked.
} moved Into the pretty little cottage located about four miles south of the era, Chicken Cholera Colic, Distemper

owned by :Mrs. F B. Everett, on Olive city four acres of the tract are In Cough, Colds, Constipation Prices $3.60 to $5.00Clothing Incorporated
Fever, Loss of Appetite, J
street. pineapples! and the deal includes the Wasting Away, and all the com-
:Mrs. :J. M. Owens and children left sale of the crop now in bearing, mon stock diseases.! '

Thursday morning for north Georgia, Mrs R. B, +'Moore left the city yes- It Is a perfect nuedldne! for general i3jj! Take advantage of the Merchants' offer Bud come to West Palm Beach
It
farm Try
6// where they will spend the summerY terday morning for Chicago, where use &

with relatives and friends, she 'will spend several weeks with her at closing out prices. W It

Y Mr. Wilbur F. Yarbaiough, of :Miami daughter and other relatives. Latest Price 25c for a large can,at .

Is spending today here, and will she will go to Saratoga and other all druggists and dealers [
ii
i probably come back to West Palm resorts for the remainder of the summer shirts Si
Top
Beach to make his home. returning to West Palm Beachin mf" .lt QUUUUJlt 3222g222g22223g3g323222&

r t, r Miss Regina Helm has returned I the fall.

6 from a visit with friends in DeLand, Mss 'MV: ,. Garrett, accompanied by 2 for $1.25 : : .. .

where she attended the commencement her daughter,.
,,,, exercises at Stetson University Master Carl, left yesterday morningfor
First-Class The Sir dn
Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. Newcomb, who Clnclnntl, where they will spend Experienced Comp'yJefferson

t have been spending their" honeymoon the summer with relatives and friends.
Block West Palm Beach
Custom ShoemakerFiieBmlsaaiStesMafaHOfto
i' at the home of Mr. Newcomb's parents They were joined in Jacksonville by

ea I Riviera, leave today for their another daughter, Miss Grace Garrett, West Palm Peach, Florida
Y, home In Miami who has been attending school at

9.. The East Coast Lumber and Supply Rollins College. FOWLER BROS. & KING Town Lots.

Company are carrying a big stock of ,Miss Lillian Cook returned home "
'Wear.Rubber Soles and Rubber
flue pineapple wraps in plain manilla Wednesday from Stetson University
and fancy colors. Also crate nails DeLand, where she has been attenllng Heels for Comfort "MACHINE SHOP

'; and other supplies for pineapple ship I School, and will spend the vacation Choice Residence Lotsfrom
Ju2- months with her parents, ::\lr, and Finest Shoe Dressing! Polish and Shoe OAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
i. pers. Laces for Gentlemen's, adies' and ALL KINDS of,LAtHS and SHAPER WORKGAS
:Mrs. Ben Cook, Datura street. Miss '
Mrs.: S. B..Aultman and her attracts Children's Shoes always on hand. t
s( daughter, who have been spending Cook was accompanied home by one ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR $200 up,
of her schoolmates Miss Annie Pow Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach ,
i + several weeks here, the guests of .:Mrs
ell, of Fort Myers, who will be her SALE
L A, Wlllson and .Mrs. B. M. Potter, one-third cash, balance by semi-annual
guest for o few
returned the first of the week to their weejcs. Near Lake Front reasonable time accord-
Ferry Landing, installments on ,
I' home in Miami Mr. and :Mrs Chas A Stone, of the GEO. HASLEHURST & SON I ,

East Side, leave next Tuesday for :WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA ing to price of lot.
Mrs. Elwyn N Moses left yesterday :
Monteagle, Tenn., where they wilt Contractors and BuildersP.
lj morning for Boston, where she goes For plata and information apply to
take charge of a prominent sumhie Great rush for those Dollar SterlIng d
to attend the dedication of the Mother O. BOX 304 ,,
I hotel for the season. They will be Silver Spoons at Idner's. WALLACE R. MOSES
Church of Christian Science. :Mrs. $
accompanied by Mrs- S. Flsk Worthington -
'Moses" expects to remain in Boston Agent FloridaVEaat Coast Railway Land Department

i'' about The three members weeks. of the Women night, who for was New to York have for left the Thursday sum- West Palm Beach Buggy and Wagon Shop West Palm Beach, Florida. $

her and decided
mer, but changed plans -
Christian Temperance Union will hold e ""'" v
the fam-
to spend some time at
their regular monthly business meet- ous Tennessee resort, E. C. MAYNARD, Prop.
Ing next Wednesday afternoon, at j
half past three o'clock, at the res I B. B. Laughter: Byhaliti, Miss., writes: .msvevai.---
"I have children bad I Wagons Built to Order.
two wbo Spring
croup.
dence of Mrs W. I, iMetcalf. SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO
tried maay different remedies, but I
Conductor W. R. Copeland, one of' must soy your Horehound Syrup Is the W-sgdn, Carriage arid Boggy Painting and Striping a Specialty
the most popular employees of the F i fI
best Croup and Cough medicine I eve Only Best Materials Psed and Expert Workmen Employed.;
E. C. Railway, says he will soon retire \lRad." For sale by A. G. Riegel. HOTEL DEL* Pf flDO
I from railroading. He has a fin All work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction

orange and grapefruit gl've'at Quay THERK ARE FEW A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.
and be it needs all his attention. Clematis Avenue West of T/nck/
,
says Shops .:, Railway
people who know bow to lake care of ( Loomed between Wn.liliitftnn and Madison, Aieu'uM; fronting on. the' Ml.In ,"
Contractor Elmer Schultz has just themselves-the majority do not The -. r boiilavnid, 'tidjofnliitf the (hlonyti UnUeraity.
I completed a three-room addition I to liver, is a most Important in the
organ Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People
:' the residence of Mr. Will Faber, Ever- body. Herbine will keep it In condition GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST -i t* From '$30 to $40 per Week. ,
nla street. This addition consists 1 In V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas writes: 1,
Twelve inlnmeH. iitint lK Town via Illinois Central; .
PALM BEACH >ffn Railway.All ,
part of a dining-room and bath-room, "I have used Herbine for Chills and
Trains atop at 6jrd Street to which all Baggage thiuld be Checked.
and the remodeled building now pre Fever and find it the bent medicine I Bus .
Trips to BRADliHY & MU8HRVS,. Pnopeistons.G. .
sents a very neat appearance. ever used. I would not da without it,
and Lantana _......_""'"" _.
ll ? County Superintendent of Public Inetructlon It Is as good for children as It l U for ,

t R. E. Hall spent Thursday grown-up people and I recommend it, Baggage De1ray, ,_.
It is fine for La -For sale by ---- --"""
F u in the city on school business. Mr Grippe. Wagons Eoynto
A G.
Hall takes a lively interest in every Riegel. }

school ill the county, and ns the head Too Lnte. Meet f) e ,and G. Strohm Company

of educational matters In Dade county "Madum," Bald the grateful census AU Other

measures fully up to the standard, enumerator, "you have replled couiteously ""- Trains Points

Mr. ,Fred C. King one of the best- and kindly to all my questions, FAMILY 'GROCERIES
I known hotel clerks In the United Unlike nearly every person I have met SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN :
since I began this work, have not
States, Is one of the chief clerks at ;you FREE: e/vr/ii=.!_eAbrams : ROOM ,
1 treated mo as If I were an enemy nut Food ProductsGrain
the palatial Belmont hotel, New York an intruder. You have answered satisfactorily Fancy

i For a number of seasons ':Mr. King all the questions as to age,

1. has held the position of chief cleric physical condition und ownership ot: and :Provisions.

8 1 at the largest winter hotel in the property. Yoi'r conduct meets my
world-the Royal Folnclana Palm hearty approval i..,: only I as a govern C
Beach Fla. i ment oflicer, but as a citizen, and, with & MillerBlacksmiths JEFFERSON BLOCK
t ;your permission, I will\ ask you a question -
{4 .:III'. T. D. Brown, who has for the not down in my lUt. Are you

ht past year been in the gold fields of thfar engaged to be married to anybody?" West Palm Beach, Florida

west, returned to West Palm "I am, sir," replied the handsome

Beach.: last night, and it Is learned widow, blushing and smiling.\ Wheelwrights -""' .
"I feared so," said tho census taker, 1> -
i q will remain here Iermanentlylr\: :
with a sigh. Ana he put on his tint

af,\ "Brown i" forman Is to of resume the construction his old position workon his and faith went In out human Into the nature cold restored world again, but m"mmm"mmmmnmr", ", mm"r'J'mmmm"m'' '", ", ''' '

on the East Side. Ills many friends, his heart broken. .

,9 are pleased to have him among thenr Horseshoeing and General Repair el
i again. .. 5 The Fie pharmacy
DON'T I II I I Work
e'
Mr. of the
R. O. Davies' Palm Beach Don't let your child suffer with that -- -
t fir, News, has leased for a term of years when with T \ -
coogh you can cure It Bal == Solicits YOUR Trade. ==
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the pretty suburban home north ol l ard's Horebound Syrup, a sure cure for Manufacture' of Tools a Specialty \ .".'.

I the city known as the Allen Bunga- Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza: Croup -. --.

low. The estate Is one of the finest and Pulmonary Diseases Buya bottle Freight Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders p We give yo.u Pure Drugs at Moderate =:|
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: in the vicinity of West Palm Beach, and try it. Sold by A. G. Riegel. .

; I'/ and the improvements will be kept upS 1- c Prices, put up by a Registered :|=f fS
by the new tenant. Mr. Davies proposes ANCIENT ROMEIs -

p to occupy his new home In now merely a memory of the paet- Pharmacist. =1
about two weeks Danar 's Snow Liuloieut i II the family Poinsetta Street North \Vest Palm Beach I' =-3

Ground was broken yesterday liniment of the twentieth century A

(- morning on the site of the old Commercial positive cure for Rheumatism,Burns cut, B Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream ff

; +, Hotel block for the construction Sprains Neuralgia etc, Mr.C. H. Run _.-.----- _.__ E. '

of the Anthony-Strohra stone Ion used, Stanberry, Mo. writes: "I have U, N. Burhans, Pres. E. A. TIdd, :Vice Pre. W. W. Tldd, Sec. and Tree.. g A. O, BIEGEL 1
Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and :=
Ir t building, mention of which was madein
The Tropical Sun some weeks ago. all pain. I can't say enough in its Florida Orange Grove Realty Co. IB Graduate New York College of Pharmacy :=1
praise." For sale by A. G. Riegel.
Excavations are now being made and If you have an Orange Grove,Grape Fruit Grove, Pineapple Grove or Lemon ?JJIUIIJIIIUJIIJIIUIlhjUllflUJ11111' J1U1U1U1UUUU1UU1112;
the work of laying atone will be commenced Grove that you want to sell, write' na and we will show you bow WE SELL;

r5 by the contractors, Messrs.Haalehurst Remy Magneton/ $15.00. Best made, GROVES. No. 17 Hogan street
Jacksonville<'IorfdaI
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i' ft Son, as soon as possible. at Fowler Broi & King's. ;


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