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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 6, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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CITY WILL SOONPAVE Baseball Association. NORTH DYKE LINE Qs QsIsESTABLISHED




MORE[ STREETS I Organized Last\ NightA I '



I 1 fairly large attendance o{ young tlon finally prevailed and on motiona J _

people was .present in Zapf'g opera committee of three was appointed, rI

Miami's Tenth house last night In pursuance to a consisting of E. N Moses, 'R, 0 Da- Civil Engineer Franklin Sheen anda and that his work will carry him as

SURVEYS ARE'MADE! call for the purpose of organizing an vies and Miss Bertha Elliott to arrange corps of assistants started yesterday far south as Hlllsboro river. He, like "+i tall

AnniversaryThe athletic aaoclatlon. Mr. R. O. ,Davies all preliminaries In connectionwith morning to the country west of others familiar with the new coun-

was made chairman of the meeting, the proposed organization.After the freshwater lakes, where the lines try to be developed, is enthusiasticas +', ( j'y

-- proposition to hold a big Fourthof will be established for the digging of to the ultimate result, and thinks ; 1
and Mr. S. P. Hadley acted as secret the meeting adjourned the gen-
July In \Miami has been
Considerable Paving Operationsto celebration: tlemen present took up the matter of the great canals and the constructionof that tho development means: a great

abandoned, and In. Its stead the tenth tary.There were several plans set out organizing a permanent baseball association the dykes which are to bring Into deal for the future of West Palm %'

be Carried on in Clow anniversary fef the Magic City will! be for the accomplishment of .the end for West Palm Beach, and cultivation some six or eight thou- Beach

celebrated on July 25th The Metrop- desired, and It was suggested that a the following officers ,'were elected: 'bIn
Addition. N of ,
sand acres of land. this connection, one the-nlo\t
olis baseball team, a basketball team, a Captain, S, P. Hadley; manager, E. .
of yesterday contains the folIoing Dade
successful truckers In county
Engineer Sheen stated to The
rowing team and other athletic teamsbe D. Anthony; finance committee, Max TropIcal "' i (
in yesterday stated to a representative !
particulars connection with
apart of the general organization, Slrkln, :M E. Gruber and another gen- Sun before starting that the line '
the lands
of The Tropical Sun that
It will be remembered by readersof the gala event: while tennis, and other games and tleman to be agreed upon late The for the north dyke had already'been d
to be opened up were as good aa couldbe
The Tropical Sun that the city At the meeting of the Board of racing of various kinds\ were to become baseball n clatlon' will hold a meet- established, and that in all probabilIty found anywhere, and ha believes 4

I permanent features of the association. Ing this afternoon to complete tl e'cH'ganlzation
its last meeting instructed Trade held at the council chamberlast
council at by the latter part of the present that almost any kind of crop can be ,
and transact other bus- '
the finance committee to proceed at night it was unanimously decidedto month the dredges would be put to grown, including fruit trees. The a
motion to organize the assocla-
A ness.
once to get the opinion of as many postpone the Fourth of July celebration I work on the east end. The north gentleman unhesitatingly, stated that "" '

andto ---- dyke will commence about a half a Irish potatoes could be produced profitably '
citizens as possible reatlve to the cotnblne the same i
mile south of the city limits, and passing for the reason that they could r'
proposed bond election, and while little Into a grand celebration of the 10th F. W. Hahn's AddressTo
through the center of Section 28,. be put on the market long before the I

progress has been made since that, anniversary of Miami as a city on the will run westward four miles, which Hastings crop could be harvested, ? 't.
25th of the month. j
time sufficient encouragement has same will reach the pine lands west of the which would mean that West Palm
This result about by County VotersTo
brought
the committee to warrant was Bade akes. On this dyke will be con Beach could furnish early potatoes
been given the F. E. Railway agreeing to givean
C. structed the hard road which will without competition. ,
them In recommending an election.The low rate for the lat ?} f.,
exceptionally
probably be the main road used be- The prospect of the early openingof

matter is considered one of vital Per event the following communication the Voters of Dade County: tion, I snail\ be Clerk of the Circuit tween the city and the farming sec- these lands has put a great deal

Importance to the city, inasmuch from J. P. Beckwith, passenger By tour votes I have been Solicitedto Court for the whole people, regard- tion that Is to be opened( uP.11' of new life in West Palm Beach, and '"'1 f t

aa It will mean that before the open- trade manager of the above road, to enter the race again for the Important less of party affiliation or faction; .:\ : Sheen says that he has fully there is a feeling of encouragement t g'

;Mayor John Sewell influencing the office of Cleric! of \the Circuit regardless of abstract companies or twenty miles to cover in making surveys among the business men now that has kl, r
ing of Another tourist season, shouldthe 1,1
change In dates and order of the celebration Court.I any other private or corporate busi- : ascertaining the watersheds, etc.. not been noticeable In several years ;

bond election carry, several milesof planned: have been a citizen of Dade countyfor ness interest.If I ,
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paved streets will be added, while "St Augustine, June 4. the past twelve years, and dur- you should, by your ballots,

the completing link in the sewerage "John Sewell, Miami: ing that time have tried to be fair choose lue as your public servant In Pastor Offers I Fort Pierce .

to committee's letter addressed fellow the capacity of Clerlt of the Circuit
system will be built. Not the least "Referring and honest with my men.

to Mr Parrott relative to cel- In making the race for the first Court, I will\ with a sufficient force June 14 '
la Importance Is the proposition toIlanl ResignationThe Coming +
ebrating the 10th anlversary of the : primary it was my purpose to conduct of competent assistants chosen from

and care for a number of shade city of Miami on the 25th of July, we I a clean campaign, free from any among you, do my best to repay you --

treetalong the streets and In the park, will put in rates on basis of two cents abuse of my neighbors and friends : for your support with the very best announcement Sunday morning The West Palm Beach'\ baseball i

it being proposed to appropriate one that Rev. F. W Weatherwax had resigned team have received advice from theFort
per mile for the round trip betweenal who were my opponents. How well service that It Is possible to give. I l

thousand dollars for this purpose. Ipolnts on the line, excepting will! I succeeded in carylng out this pur- I These pledges I make to one and the pastorate of the Congregational Pierce aggregation that the challenge -

A member of the finance committee make rate from Jacksonville\ $7,BO per pose the voters of the county? well all of you.Thanking. church came as a genuine for a game In, this city has been ", \ i

stated to The Tropical Sun this morning ti"' Will\ endeavorto office 1 those of who were 1, .
I capita for round know. I believe that every public I' you surprise and Is a matter to be regret- I: accepted, and Thursday afternoon, ,'
that already preliminaries looking get other ]lines in Florida and other within the gift of the people my supporters In the primaryof May +
,
ted by the members of not only hid June 14th one week from tomorrow,
I 'JJi
to .
the paving of certain streets had points to put In rates on same basis, should be filled with competent men, 15th, and soliciting the support of all t

begun and this work will be commenced selling July 24th and'"25th, good returning regardless of party prejudices or factionalism -1! those who feel that they can give it congregation, but of all religious denominations has been set for the date

at the earliest possible day, July 29th. These are the and I hereby pledge the to _me on the above platform, I beg )In the city. The committees of the Merchants' a

regardless of the bond proposition. same rates and conditions granted for good people of Dade that, should to remain: Very sincerely yours, Rev. Weatherwax has within the Association are arranging for a gala yl

Some time ago the Model Land Company the 6th celebration durln'g July, 1902 they elect me to.this responsible posl- I I F. W HAHN. I past two weeks been tendered the pas- event on this date In honor of the '

made a proposition to the city "J, p BECKWITH." churches Bethel Visiting team and their friends, and t
of
two
torate large ,
offering to bear one-half the expenseof Invitations to the citizens of Fort +

paving Banyan street from, therailroad Judgment that militated against their Congregational 'Church, of Windsor Pierce and other towns north and '
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NoPlace For I Park, Chicago, and the Congregational / f 4
Killer : \ I I'
to Rosemary street; also to Sure success, elsewhere. south of West Palm Beach are being
church at Upper Iowa University
bear its proportion of the expense of But the story of this man's failure, Issued l ,
"Skeeters"There the1 Loafer I I Fayette, Iowa The latter call ::
paving Rosemary northward to First For was told by a neighbor who came to On Wednesday/ evening preceding I
I he accepted, after due consideration,
avenue and First avenue from Rose- the"State, and has labored since, under the game, a grand ball will be given "
that the health of his familywas
mary to the railway tracksThla Is just one thing in Florida .Now and then we find a man who precisely the same conditions. He believing In Firemen's Hall In honor of the +
would be ben-
such that a change
Improvement would give the residentsof that can make 'life miserable for the having removed to Florida from some has bettered! his condition hundredfold eficial. visitors, while on the day following a' ,

Clow Addition colored, settle- I summer other section of the country, and havIng since becoming a citizen of Florida committee of citizens will! endeavor to
during the
home-stayer Rev. Weatherwax'a acceptance was,
ment easy access to the city and In short time, :"' He, Is seen hauling produce to make It pleasant for their guests. f
months that Is the mosquito. failed to grow itch. a of course, on the condition that his
would add a great deal to the commercial .and theshlppf'tgltatlon' \ almost every day The contest between the two teams

benefits of the city. City Engineer The State Board of Health, and various abuses the country and scatters broad- and'"h.1s bank account Is healthy and church here would release him, and. will doubtless be exciting from the

Sheen has'; already established the city health/ boards< have begun cast the seeds of dissatisfaction, says growing. lIe Is not "knocking" on at a special meeting of the congregation start, as both cities are planning to
tonight tue matter will be laid
grades for this work and it Is the Lakeland News. I Florida. ,
making war on the pesky little critter the before them and the church will( be capture the East Coast championship. ;
intention of the council to commence told of such an one the The writer was dlscuslng with a lady .
We were
but he still\ thrives and is today asked to accept bite resignation.
operations as soon as rock can be came here a coupleof the other day ways and means of FOR RENT.-Furnished cottage,
He been
ever other dar. I Rev. F. W. Weatherwax has
: much In evidence '
secured. as aiding an Indigent family in the community for summer or by the year Excel-.J f
,Genial Harry N. Burhahs, ot Jacksonville seasons ago; planted a crop which she remarked, "Of pastor of the Congregational churchof
whex lent location. II. P. McOINLEV,
now proposes to do what' from his slipshod methods was.a failure them but It West Palm Beach for more th an,
course-we want to help 12-lm McGinley Brothers Co.
Confessed and he is I two having a few weeks ago :
on have failed to do, years
others ; then worked a while for wages, looks like they could do something.
Coast to entered his third year. Since
making a tour of the East becoming able to purchase a Why I've sold three dollars worth of upon NOTICE TO SHIPPERS BY
the GallowsAt his ability to do what he : finally I' coming here he has had the satisfaction -
demonstrate EXPRESSFish '
' claims. s ;pp'ort for his'wife and children. The' penalty of poverty Is visited of seeing prosperity every oranges, grapefruit; pineapples -

one minute past ten o'clock yes Yestel'day11'. Burhans was In West chanced, however that son -.one ,onidleness, shiftlessness and folly In branch of his work, and .not the least tomatoes, beans, Irish potatoes, '
It
famous noticeable is the fact that the church
terday morning. Jn the Jail enclosure Palm Beach introducing hjs along and offered,/ him .a few Florida just as it Is in any section ot and all other heavy shipments, will
came
In :Miami, Edward Brown paid the iMus-Qult-U.," a little block or, brick' dollars, advance on.the'price he had the I globe. Florida failures are at- edifice hall been enlarged and greatly not be accepted unless delivered, at
several hundred
cost of
at
which has met with Improved a
shaped article ( he promptly tilbutal 4a nine cases out of ten to our depot office.
Penalty of death for his awful crimeof mosquito- paid for the cow, and dollars. He has been prominent inajl
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phenomenal success as a animal'Into named L. CONSTANTINE,
of the causes
money one
murdering at Co- converted, the and charitable under-
Mrs. Dora Suggs which quickly and effectually 1//; l religious
killer\ and with equal ,promptness he Invested 2-4t Agent Southern Express Co.
coanut Oro\e las December!, does th9 work. tie distributed which Florida lneapples are coming from takings since coming to tile Cottage

the city, and has In a watch. ; mainland and from City, and his going away will be universally -
The
throughout Coast A
the
execution was witnessed by samples He is able now to tell when it is ,East REWARDA

about two hundred persons, and eigh- placed his bricks on sale at the\local time whether there Is any- the\ Keys. The Indian ,River fruit, regretted. Tonight He will reward of Ten Dollars will be
dinner ;
teen minutes after the trap was drugstores. That the mus-Qull..4| will 'to eat in the house or not. But i that Is ripe, la In demand, and the 24s ask his congregation to release him, paid for the arrest and conviction of r

Sprung by sheriff John Frohock. meet with ready sale in this vicinity: thing he thinks Florida a fraud, and he bring'as high, as $3.25, and the 30a $3. and If his request Is granted, he will anyone trespassing upon, or Interfering ______________

Brown was pronounced dead.Just. Is asured. The little 'bricks are put (would advise all persons contemplating Mainland and Keys pines are about leave with his family for Fayette. 'with the property Of the Publlo
Iowa the last week In the month, Immediately /\
before the black cap was placedon up la packages of sixteen in a box to stay away from' the 25 cents a crate less. Florida will Library of West Palm Beach.
a move fn his
work
the
the doomed negro's head; he con- and retail at ten cents per box. State. have a good crop this year The estimate ,' taking up W. I. METCALF. .Mayor.

fessed his guilt, and these were the His advice is sound when directedto i, la '400,000 crates and If the new field. May 26. 1906. 2w

l last words he uttered. The East Coast Lumber and Supply all of his kind. Neither they nor mark t 'are not glutted prices should

carrying a big stock of remain good-Fruit and Produce FOR SALEA Batteries nd Launch
Company are will be benefited by their Complete Supplies -
Florida
nice hens and several
flock of 100
PARTIES HAVING* MONEY TO fine pineapple wraps in plain manilla coming t6 the ,State. Failures elsewhere News.' at Fowler Bros & King's.,
flrst-clasa fowl houses, vermin, burglar -
nails
LOAN In hums of $2,504 t* $4,000. on and fancy colors. Also crate failures ; -
will in most cases, prove
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also lot of five- and thief-proof offering
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one, two and three years time, on Im- and ,other supplies for; pineapple ship for' If they bring nothing Mrs. Jesse Conklin and daughter, .
here
proved )U2-8 ; left yesterday t morningfor toot galvanized poultry fencing. Address special bargain in. millinery, shirtwaists -
city property, can get first wlll be not unlikely 'Miss Bertha.
per.
\ they
else with them the postofflce box 250, City, or apply and notions, at her Clematla
Security and legal rate .Interest by _______ to ,bring the habits .ot shiftlessness Staten Island, N Y.,, to spend ,ff
Machine and Records, all and friends Tropical Sun Office. 2w avenue store tf
applying to W I.. WETCALF.Attorney Talking tt and Idleness, the lack of summer with relatives
lIIa9tt and Agent make at Idner t Son's. a a

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';:I THE TROPICAL SUN. Commissioners Every Clothe man and and every Conduct woman, feels' \VOttTIIY HELP IS YOUNG'

the influence! of clothes and appearance
t Pioneer Paper of Dade Bounty, PlorlJa, Met/Y.esterday upon conduct. You have heard-of the AVeearnestly! request,! all\

lonely umu lu the Australian bushwho : sons no fUattel"0\/, .
r Published Every Wednesday and; Saturday --- always put on evening/ dress for din- mentis! or education, who i

d *f WB1T PALM" .....OH.OAOK" OOUNTY, CLORIDASUBscniPTIOJJ The Board of County\ Comlssloners ner so that he might remember he. was lain a thorough business "

t. I met In regular monthly session... In/< Miami a gentleman. Addlson could not write a good position', to write,
I Ills best unless be was well dressed
Z.OO PER TEAR. tit the CourtHouse mall for our GREAT H
{ PRICE ': yesterday morning .
rut naughty girl Into her heat,Sunday '
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and' devoted practically all of ) clothes, and she will\ behave quite OFFER.

+ t Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, the forenoon to the transaction of nicely; put blackguard Into khaki, Success, I independence'
I and lio will be a hero; put an omnibus fortune are guaranteed
< CHAS. B. KENDALL Managop.Bntered routine business.' conductor luto uniform, irtid be will Write today. fTHE .
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/t.. Attorney for the BrlckeU estate ap- live up to his clothes. Indeed, In a GA.-ALA.. BUS

I 5' at the PoalolDce of west Piu.n' Bench rearerl before the board relative to a millennium of free clothes of the latest
,, fashion we shall nil! be I1rtba gels.-
I At ffecond claiut matter.
rock pit that haft been dug illegallyupon
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London Chronicle, For-
...- .. .. the property of the said estate )"
A petition with a number of signersof DIegnoala of Headache mier No.2. In good
The :Miami Metropolis\ :
Bays the Delray precinct, was presented, "There are more than fifty kinds of be Bold at ji bargain,
t1 "They may write and talk all they peeking! a renewal of the ferry servo headache" said a physician, "and suf- Evans at offices" of

want, but Governor Bro 11rd is ice which had been abandoned at that fevers from the more common forms I Telegraph Company .<

I, ? sincere in the belief that he is right place, but no decision was reached.A may cure 'themselves by? locating the
themselves accord
earl\ and treating
i i in the Everglades drainage: plan." number of road petitions from ingly. The more frequent forms area

k+ AVe ha-ve not read a Hoe or heard a various portions of the county were dull pain across the forehead, due to
received, but action deferred until dyspepsia' ; a pain.In the back of the
word in doubt of the sincerity' oft
the afternoon session. head, due to tbe liver; a bursting pain
the Governor's belief. The worst Miss Grace 'Lainhart returned Mon- lu both temples, due to malnutrition;

that; has been said of him is that he day night from Rollins College where an ache on the top of the head as
though a weight pressed on the skull, ,I
has reached his present extraordi- during the terra Just closed she has due to overwork; an ache between the

nary state of mind on the subject been -a memeber oft I e faculty, hav- brows just above the base of the nose

by listening to the vicious advice, ing been one of the Instructors in the due to eye strain." ;..

u alleged to be haseel'upon ]legal art department. 'Mss Lalnhart will
spend the summer with! her parents, LONG TENNESSEE FIG JT.
grounds of others who are interested .Mr. and :Mrs Geo. W. Lalnhart at For twenty yearsy.. L Rawls, of Bells,

la deceiving him, and through their pretty home north.of the city Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He writes;

,; him the people of the State} Thisis "The swelling and soreuess inside my

note was fearful, till I began applying
demonstrated by the closing NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY ] (
Ruck Ira's Arnica: Salve to the sore surface -
t words of the Metroplis itself in the J, Waterman, \Vatertown, 0., We're Waijing!
: thUcaused the soreness and swelling : ::
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j 1' Rural tree delivery' writes; "My dautfl
from which the "
same paragraph
disappear, never to reI urn. DeHt salvein
in and have talk
t afflicted for with epilepsy was to conie a
above U quoted, to the effect that ter years existence. ,ac at all Druggists. banking, Not that we
cured Dr New Life Pills She
by King's
the is be decided learn the business but !
to
question finally "
t ha not bad an attack forover two years to do business with you. |
by the courts. as it will be.- St. Best body cleansers and life giving tunic State of Florida l 10 Circuit CUllrt. pering, and with Increased
Dade County f Seventh Judklnl CircuitW.
Augustine Record. pills on earth. 250 nlj any drug store. I. Hiiffsrrrtlcr, Plaintiff, caring for business want you [ ?
a Afrnhmt I Prosper With '
<>. K. HlKbli'ji l UrliMiilant. I )
es New York are devoting TEXAS WO=PER. 'l'o O. E Illghlcy and nil other persona In- I' Banking with us doesn't
newspapers There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., .that's trmtvd! rich-quick" but a steady
considerable attention to an twice as big as last year. This wonder is lou a ro hereby notified that n writ of at. growth of wealth. '
turbulent boa I been (turned UKnln.t you In the i
unusual instance of co-operation! \v. L. Hill, who from a weight of 90 Anything In the banking!
has
bine entitled and property (
n cause your
o between different religious organ- PO parts hat grown to over 180. He says: been JittHflii'cl to .0 tl"ty' the tli-mimi) ] of W. I, to safely sea done, through us, \ ,
ization. The New York world tells "I suffered with a terrible cough, and t.HutfHtettlpr amounting: to tho mini of eight you.DADS \ '
l doctors gave me up to die of Consumption. hundred, and twenty-five dollar.. You and COUNTY I
the story in this way : "When nil other persons; alto are Interested are ,
I was reduced to go pound, when .
ather Ileafy, of the church of hereby requited tonpienr|' to said action tie West Palm Beach
taking Dr King's New Discovery -
I began fore (maid Court at Miami. Iad County
Transfiguration, of Brooklyn, was for Consumption Coughs and Colds. }Florida on U1"luy September., A. D. ....
sent by Bishop McDonald, of the Now after taking 12 bottles I have more 1DOU! ( oilier nine u default vlll\ be' taken PROFESSIONAL .
itKftlnat the defendant In said 1 cause
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ban doub'ed in weight and am com- Y ---- .
Brooklyn diocese\ three weeks ago Dated June tat, A, T). lOOd(
pletely cured." Only sore copgh and mmEItH LAW.
11. B. ,lr
to the village of Elmhurst, to organize :
cold cure Guaranteed by all Druggists Attorney for W. t, HuffBtettlor,
a Catholic church he found and Trial bottle free rG.. CllILLINGW
SOc $i oo :
there were plenty of worshipper-

the Catholic faith, but no place to I FOR CLERIC CIRCUIT COURT. LOW RATES via ATTORNEY AND

To the, Democratic voters of Dade West Paint Beach, !
hold services. 1 he only hall suit .

able, in the Republican club's", headquarters \ County: Southern fUr7Lu G. CUHKUi
I take this method of announcing Railway. ;
was engaged for Sunday myself as a candidate for the office of ; Attorney and

morning. '1 he Rev William J. County Clerk of Dade County, subjectto $32AO WEST PVLM BEACH

Noble, pastor of the Elmhurst Bap- the action of the Democratic primary fl UKANNINO, :

tist church heard of Father Heafy's F, W. HAH .- New Haven, Conn., and return. Tick- .
eta on sale June a 5, limited June 9 Attorney and .'$
diillculty, so he sent for the priest 7'I
FOR COUNTY. CLERIC: Extension June 30 1906. Stop-overs, (Olllcn over llnnfc.
and said : I don't use my church To the Democrats Dade.Countyj \Vnshington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, WEST PALM ,

1 all day Sunday. If you'd like to I take this method of announcing New York
MEDICAL AND
have it when our folks are out, it my candidacy for the office of County I

is yours' l>ev. Ileafy was as ton. Clerk, subject to the action of the "$35.90 IT O. IIOO1. >, M. D :

ished. Why, I didn't expect any- Democratic primary, and will appreciate Boston, Mass, and, return. Ticketson I' PHYSICUH AND /
support that my friends can sale May to June 18. Extension!
any 31 Ofllte Pott
thing like that, he said It's verythougtitlul over r'" bicycle ; ; .
give me. Respectfully, July IS. 1906. Stopovers,. Washington I'A LM: BEACH. IteHlOonce
of you, and I'll accept Z. T, MERRITT Baltimore Philadelphia and New PolnclHua. hotel PALM

with thanks. Father Heafy, it was York. U 13. POtTKK,; j .

agreed, should have the church for A HAPPY MOTHER '
I Sl'4.65 8-88-: WEST: PALM
0 mass at 7 ::30 and 0:30.: Ills con- will see that her baby is properly cared _: ( DENTAL t

gregation would vacate in time for for-to do this a good purgative is neces- Asheville, N. C. and return Ticketson .

the 11 o'clock service of the Bap. sary. Many babies suffer from worms sale June ?, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, limited 1>R.R., II.M.VCY- 1>U.J. n
and their! mothers don't know it-if your June 27, 1906. '
v lists, but to make sure, the Ilev Drs MACr & .
baby is feverish and doesn't sleep at )
h 'I',' 31 r. Noble said he would move that nights, it is troubled with worms. $20.40 DCN'TISIS .
I
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service up to 11:30: There was a White's Crest Vermifuge will clean out Louisville, Ky., and return. Office In Jefferson I i

{:" hitch about the Sunday1 school timed these worms in a mild pleasant way. Tieketsfon gale June 10, it.12, limited WEST! ,PALM lEACH, ,I,
Once tried used Give it a trial. I-!
always
I!' each congregation favoring the June 33. Extension July ;;13, Jg06. DU .i.. K HOUY.
,., Price 25 cents at A. G. Rlegers drug )
:
I' aftPtnoon It was, agreed that the iture. $23.35 Dentist )

Catholic children should go to the UIHc. Fleet door west' ot Undo : ;
.i Hot Springs, Va>, and return. Tick: Hunk
t" : Hepubllonn club. Father Ileafy said The Natural Way I
I ) A heard of ets on sale June 9, 10, n, limited June WEST! I'lLM BEACH.
\ philanthropic person a
he wouldn't have any !Sunday:; even dea.Ihlte 19, 1906. I II
negro family that was reported In I \ !
ing .service at the start but later .
on, : circumstances< \ und calling/ at $16.65 :
.;/ if his purishonera' desired, he, woulduse their domicile, he found the report true. a Geo. S. Hacker : o

the church for 5 oclock vespers;" The family consisted of the mother, a Knoxville;: Tenu., and return, Tick- ,',
eon Hearing' manhood's estate and two
ets on sale June 17 18, 19 23. 24, '
Faither Ileafy his services 30;
, began < a young children, The benevolent old ;:
. July 7, 14, 15, limited fifteen days. ,
\:' week' ago yesterday and there were gentleman after hearing the mother'sstol'j' Extension
SlOpt.30, 1906 ;
gnva her eldest SOil $1 to get a "
2 iO worshippers at the two
't mqsses.\
chicken for the Thanksgiving dinner $14.65
The priest had a porUbie altar ml\ took his departure., No sooner :, :,.. ,

\, erected overtheImmersion font und was lio gone' than the negress said to Asbeville, N. C"and, return Tick-

'j: there were the usual candles burning dollnh bar SOil and"Samho go get, you dat done chicken gil me In dat danntcliral ets on sale Junea6| 27, aS, limited o f
July 10, 1906.
!El' while the masses were held. The war!''-Chicago Inter Ocean. I ; ,
"
: Baptist organist played music suitable $16.35'llonteolle I '

1 I.( to the Catholic service. WVen OUTWITS THE SURGEON.A Tenn., and return. Ticket -

I f the second mass was over the Catholic complication of female troubles, on sale June 29,30, July 3, 5, Jim!:. S '
with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, : o
ked Aug. 1906. Extension Qct. ofo
,) :''>' vestments and altar were removed 31 Doors
had reduced Airs.; Tbo,| S. Austin, of 3t, rgo6. S.ash. I ;
61 and the sexton the
prepared!
Leavenwortb, Ind., to such a deplorable Blinds I
' {li church for the Baptists FatherIleafy's condition, that her doctor advised an $32.1O ,
'
; :;;I' Sunday school drew fifty operation; but her husband fearing fatal I Milwaukee Wisconsin and return. ""' -AND-T- n !

: children but It didn't Interfere result, postponed- tbii to try Electric Building
,
any Tickets on sale Aug. id, II, 13, limited
( ;, 6'
}: Bitten; and to the amazement of all who ..
J with the Baptist school. The attendance Aug. aa, 1go6.Passenger. .,
<1'l4 knew her, this medicine completly cured CHARLESTON,. S
: was the same us ever. and Ticket office .
her. Guaranteed cure torpid liver
\, : fjpr tJIr Largest ,
J
loS W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. (
"We're getting along splendidly, kidney disease biliousness, jaundice, .,. '
paid ReV. llr.\ Noble 'yesterday. chills.ami} fever, !general debility, nervousness J. C. LUSK, Send for Price

There's plenty of room here for; and blood poisoning. Beat to-: ic District Passenger Agent. '
made. Price at drug store Try it
b"th congregations You see I've 500 any L. A. !
!
p always preached brotherly love, and DON'T I I IDotl't Summer Excursion Rates \MANUVACTDBGB'

I believe in it. Father
Ileafy said :
let your child suffer with that Via.C
Boots and
r'* g It's-given ''UI' a. fine start. I'll laY cough when you can cure It with Bal :

w, I never met a'' fleer' : 'man than the ard's Horehound Syrup a lure cure for Atlantic Coast Line. Repairing la All Kinds :

Rev Nr.: Noble. Some day I'm Coughs Bronchitis, Influenza Croup
Goods Neatly' < l )
and Pulmonary Diseases. Buy bottle
going to have a church here as good ,{Summer excursion; rates to.III summer .
and try it, Sold by A. G. Riegel.< ;, / I
as his own. Then, the 'day It is excuriinn point are mow on sale\ ,
vlaTb Atlantic Coast Line.. No trouble'' Indian Tanned Budsiiii ,
,;;
I'm going to invite[ him '
rot opened and B. B.daughter Bybalin Miss. writes : /
: to answer questioQ lI. For rates', reser. ;
k all his congregation.: "I have two'cbildren who bad croup. I rationorany! Information, communicate and .H'Ofs .h I (

tt tried many dUr rel1' remedies, but I with, '

Ftne line of latest style visiting mast toy :your Horehound Syrup ,Is the FRANK c.. BOYC3TON. : ,

cards and,, latest t in, ,letters at The best Croon nod Cough merlicio' I. ,:ever' ,District Passenger.Agent, ,FOR. TENDER' YE : i
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,r Tro !flan :g se4 sampla4 I pa2Ir'i) 1':01': : :A .G'i.; ',::: :M ,.! N ((0" t" ". (QlUe) St/North:: of:>?.W';,:J.a : \ .; :
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z/" Atlantic' Coast Line'

GEORGE F. HOAR. ." \Vmte' $

THROUGH SCHEDULE GoodsLingerie

1IB prevailing ......

Senator Impression Ilonrla of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, $ $

that be waspreeminently North Carolina and South Carolina.'
a .

serious statesman The Great\ Highway of Travel Between, I j ..; Batiste-- a India, Linon and Per

ancl, that '

Is also true bad, but a keen he Florida and the East and / mercerized finish cloth sian Lawn need no in


fact wit-, so that keen It ,often lu West, North and South that retains its silk fin. troduction. We have

made him ,
\ enemies. He ordinarily CONVENIENT SEIUVCJC, ELEGANT PULLMAN ish. Prices 25c, 40c a wide range of price

from refrained using EQUIPMENT, MAGNIFICENT, DINING OAK and 50c per yard. and quality. lOc to

humor In the .....
New York ond Florida Special
It donate somehow, thinking bVnenth Route of the "Dixie Flyer" i 65c per yard.

the dignity CelebratedTrains Florida and West India. Limitel --'
of that
body, which Chicago and Florida Limited White Mercerized MadrasWhite Indian Headj ..- The $

occasions fact made when the Montgomery, L. & N, i In all the newest effects at well known staple for white

be did use It CONVENIENT METHOD OP TRAVELING I prices to suit all. skirts. 33 inches at 16c per $
all the more
notable. ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1,000 mile tickets good over 15,000 miles ol yard.Vlaite .

One of Hoar's railroad, trading all portions of the South, /on sale: at allprlncipalIlll'enciee
congressional! bits was made when
he first was a member of the house. "Sun- : at rate of $25 each. Limited to one year from date of pur-

get" Cox, the acknowledged wit of the chase. For full, complete and" reliable information regarding rates \ Linen.

body was the victim. Cox had made schedules. Pullman service, etc., call on Atlantic. Coast Line Agentf
some rather slighting reference to> MassnchiMPttH $
and continued: or address, \ An excellent quality fine A good quality close weave 1111til

defended"I regret In that this JIasHnchnsetta debate by her la senior not FRANK: COYLSTON, Diet. Pass. Agent, 138V.. Bay St Jack'sonville $ weave light weight all linen light weight UNION LINEN

representative and doughtiest champion Fla. 36 inch; just the right weight 36 inch; looks as good as all
Dawes. Troy was defended
Mr. for comfort Prices 6Oc and linen for less Prices
by Hector yet Troy fell. W. D. STAltK, Trav. Fas. Ag-nt, 138 W. Hay St. Jacksonville. Fla money.
Hoar was on bis feet Instantly. N. C. 6Oc per yard. 35c and 40c per yard.
"I have frequently noticed" he said, W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Tl'atlloIanagel'. Wilmington,

"that Mhen a man baa done or la about "" '
"" """ ""' ''''' '''''
to do something sneaky be accompanies

It He by wound cursing up:Massachusetts.his rejoinder"thus: Florida East Coast Railway. Ii

'Iho gentleman, like Troy has of said old.that Is not Massachusetts de-' BR NNING BROS. $

ended on this floor today by her ablest
representative. 'Let me say to that Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1936. $ $
gentleman that Troy did not need ta :MEMBER: Ei'\1'\ PALM BEACH
put forward Hector to defend her SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND..RE\D UP.nnfiet I MEHCHAXTS': : ASSOCIATION LRDIES' OOCFICCERSWEST :
against an attack which wan led by $
No. 78 No.9BD i
Tber ltes. N :ill 9 N D"oIlY 8T. TIO S. Daily Dilly $ P LM BERCH, FLA. :

A document printed In French had 6 001'\11 020lUn Lv.................. .. Jnck.onvlIIe ........................\., i' i'm : : ,
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been distributed about the senate, and 60811'7 20pn10; 02bam 40nln .. .......................................sul1lIlJack.onvUI..Lv.....8t. AII..ln.......................... 6 81l'triP::: 7.r'1111; ct .,.,...... """ """, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, '\),
a number of senntora had pretended to 7 blfpm 11 '18anl ........................... H."lll1l1' ........................... :: II .11:10: 6 iJlJ'm;
When 'rill heard of this H OM"m 111151\1n .. ............. .......... KaRt Pallllka........................ II 2< 1 6 .. __ ._____ __ __. __ ___ ________ .
rend it. man 00 m Ar........................... ..........._................. : I:::: 3 ::: 1 --------- --- "-
be snorted skeptically! and said, "There 7 apll12 11 lOam ........................... ................................ I
are seventy men In the senate whowouldn't -o26Vll1 .................. A.............. ........SIIO M..le().......................... .... .. .... ..: ... I
the Lord's .................. II l llm .......................... e() ......................... .25jiii.; '" II I
recognize Prayer 12 ........................... .. .............................LV.. 4 li 'Mi ito ,
821 ID .
If they saw It In French." II 1111"I"n U \ >m .. .................._........1>III'Ont......_.................... II ."Jnu I
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," remarked o : ...................... ().mond. 41"4 ,
"Perhaps perhaps so 11:1pm
so 1"1'111 .......................... IJaytuna ........................... B ; \ IHI", "" II
Sir. Hour who had overheard. "But 10021.ln If 1 1211'm&; .. ........................ ;ort Oran"e ........................ a 8[, .m :' lIlll
) t.lpm I>m ....................... B ]61'1D 4 1r.nlll I
that wouldn't 'be because they can't 10 11.1'11I \\1 OOi'm ...................... \ 8my'118. ---
Tl 4411.m ...................... .. .. ....................... w.f. g If,:::
read French. l\ln .......... ........ I ,
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ylty.'j. II I
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onm II Wl>m ........ ..... OranK." city on : .;;. U
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Gflueral Ben Butler had upheld "flat" 2 ''' ........................ a un
]04 l"n 101' mrlynll..t: 'IOJ, 8 'allIl \
\\1 ..........................9nk 2 "
money, illustrating the word by citing 11 tOpln Mpm B 4upm lupm Ar............................. rltl.VIll..1" 2 o"m 8 '''''nm ,
the dlvliio flat, "Let there be light." ........................... .......... V 11 051110 '1-\lpm\
11 10nlllillOI'm 11 Mnm L\'........................... ......................... \ 11MI'm -11' "IOllmo
Wlieu Hoar beard of this lie retorted 8OI>m
: 8 I ............................ e .................. .......A 12."m" : ;""U I
"God said 'Let there be light,' and 11 IIII'm pm .. ............................. ('u oo'.r 2 "IIII\
there light. General liutler 12818n8 IIII'm .. ..........................llokI.! ... .......................... 1 (J m 2 IMIIIIU \
was says Blnm.. 8 lpm .. ..........................E..u 1j,1l1o.. ........................ .". ', t 17nmI I
'Let there be money,' and there Is- Ol."n 2l:: >m .. ......................... ['Ihollrne .......................... 1287',,,, 1 H7nl11t
t 111m 4 EOl>m .. ............................ ..!JnHtI"u........................... .". 11 "2 m ]2 '''"11'I
rags. I1'm d II I'JI'ID .. ............................Ht. J. lch. ........................... ., 10 blnm! ]2 OOn.t
2481110. COI.m ..........................Iiurt llpre............................ 101lllnm 11 IIrpnta Round Trip Rates Via I
0.10.n 0 1111"11 ......... .........._.....Tlbhnlls............................. 10 ]7"m 11 11I1'11I
There Is a certain subtle nod delicate 8 11l1lm 6 687,1\1 .. .............................. Eden .............................. ".. 1011111m 11 IIII','''
& SIInlll 41pm .. ............................. 10 OHom II 111),111)
quality In Hoar's humor that makes It 6 ............................J'n..1\ .. Louisville & Nashville
8 4011.n. .. 4t1pm .. .................._........ ......................... 1000nm to ()plIIS
all the more enjoyable. This Is shown nI." 6 117pm .. ........................ .I'tunrt..I......................... .". 9 81..'" 10 201'11I m
nowhcro 42011''" 7 2:1pm: .. .. ... .................. .. 9 I. m 10) WI" Rai1road
his to .. .. ller
more than In retort :i'J..m ........... .. : ;
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4 740pm .. .. ........ ,.y.WO"It..Jlul' one.h. .................... S'Ir.. ., 91101" '
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Senator Allen of :Nebraska.; Allen had II ]lIam 8 15pm ..... ........ S 2'am(' 90I'm & Nashville Railroad.
........................... linYllwn ......-.... The Louisville
pronounced "appendicitis" with the II 1'11111I' 841pm .. ............................. 1>..lray ..................v......... .". 8 '''In 8 Wpm Tickets from Jack.
6 Main 8 IIOpm .. .................... 1.al1 1er<1nl.............. ........ 7 2O 7 foOpm will sell RouuJ Trip
.Ii.ort < ..
short "I 1," and Tlllmun had objected 6 ,1I 6 .71"D 9 47pm .. .................... CHnm 71.\,1'\ '''
... 7
that the "I" should be long. Hoar was ......................... ..11..1111"' nl.
7 0'1..U1 9 GRpm .. .. .....................Lemoll Clty. ....................... o 48a.., 7Pltl'. ; proportionately low rates from
appealed to. It was only a little while, 7 Baaln 10 2npm .................. .r 6 SIIaw 7 I ...pmilIa
..........
/ 10 8Opm. Ar. lj\m'r.-'i ............. I. other .
In : ..... 8 111800am points.jo
before that Allen bad broken the record .. _........... .........:...................." .. ....... ... ;
... .. 2 : "
.. ]
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with the longest speech ever de 1080..11\ .................. LvI........................l1om..teo.d................... .Lv : ._ | 45. Paris, Texea and return. Tickets Four Sailings Each Wbek Bet\veen

Ilvl'ellln the cllllm bel.'. He had talked Parlor Can on trains 29 and 78. Bullet Sleeping Can on tralni 09 and 9S. sold, May 3, 4, .s and 6 'with final

fourteen consecutive hours. Hoar t Daily except !Sunday. : limit May 15. JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK
gravely arose and said to Tlllman he No 16 'I No'.., $30.40.( Louisville, Ky., and return..Tickets '
bad no doubt the senator from Nebraska N So<>.23,. No.2'' No 19 No.17 No.IU Dl1l1y !IIo.1B No.20'No.22'' "" sold June 10, II and 13, with Calling at Chnrleiton B.C., both way,
D BRANCH
knew that the short "I" was wrong and Dally Sun.EI lly D II D a II y MAYPORT f"'. I Dolly _Dally_I_Dally' 51 .J final limit June 33 By payment of THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THli: : COASTWISE SERVICE
_
bat, wishing to save the time of the 7; be extend'
fee of cents, tickets can
oennte. he had committed a solecism -1- ............. 008 1011 tOO n 0'11" () 50 I TilE[ CLYDE NEW; ENULAND AM) SOLTHUJIN: LINES
for 91101' 64110 6 tOp 2001' 10 ORn .. ........ \ ., .nlnvl1lelii..t, .; .., o S H2n 12 M r;G"I' ''j ed until July 33. i ii6 Direct Service Betweei.JACKSONVILLE. .

the sake of brevity. 10 01101'HOp 7 d1l2i>' illSI'1101'' 2401'10 20"1'10'[ !lnl, :: ........................ltIInbl:!c lil':':; I .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.':.' ".I : '!OR.,/ tlOfInl 71\11\I'J In 20',1 I"I:' :" | .as- Nashville Tenu.,. and return. BOSTON ANTI PROVIDENCE,
]08111' 72fJp 111151'' 45p 1041a ................1. 71011200n'' fNl' H I
While ]0 loll 74.iol tl10i>1 8001'1\1 QOIl A................ [aypo t IIOOIL Tickets sold June 10, nf if, 18. 19 AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
on this subject of appendicitis, ..L .
ana 20 ana o ana 7, wun nnai tailing: at Charleston both ways.HKMIWKKKLV
AT Kk.il.Close July 5
: I
Hoar hod heard that a friend was seriously PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COXKCCI1CNS ; SAILINGS.
in with that disease, but was limit 15 days from date of sale. By Southbound From! Lewis' Wharf, Boston
much relieved to learn ol the P. & 0. S. S, Compj-y' fir of feejf| cents, and depositing
that It was only Connection Made at ,Miami! with Steamships payment 50 Northbound From foot ot Catherine Street, Jacksonville
a case of acute indigestion. He there ticket, same can be extended

upon sent this note: I tlavana and Key West until September 30. > CLYDE ST. JOHlve RIVER LINE
Dear A.-I am very orry to hear that 16.65.. Knoxville Ten a.V and retain.
you are in, but am glad that the trouble Two Sailings Each Week. 16 18 and Between Jacksonville and 3anford.: >
ill Tickets sold June jg 33 34
"with with tha the appendix.At table .of contonta rather than Trains Discharge Passengers: at Ship's Side. No Transfers.Thoio *3o'and' July 7.14 and 13. Final Imiit Stoptlng) at Palatka, Astor St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand) and
the St. Johns River
Intermediate Landings on
.. Tickets
be ox ported tnarrl\e. at anil <" ""I" 15 days from date of sale.
train
which may
a Fourth of July celebration In a from the Boveml Time Tables Italians ahov, bntf too their tlme..t arrival departure, it the' Mine'i Caundliin town a frivolous young girl U to be held responsible for auyueluyioriui) con.o'lum" -- with 'special nncl Tluirsilayn,8QO:
IDS thlaCompany 50 cents, and depositing .l appointed toaall ... tallows: LOHVO Jackson villa Sunduyn.Titos'lays p.rnRdtul'ultlJl
remarked to :Sir. Hoar, who was present For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information agent, until September 301 li, ;. lunve 5unfvrd. Mimilu, > s. WmViesrlnyH: Rnll l Frlila>'H, I.to) : n. in.Schedule. .
that
the American flag1 was a silly "
looking THE TICKET AGENT. "$77.50. Sau Francisco and Los Angeles Southbound Northbound
thing nud suggested nothing "SEE Head np
hut cbeckerberry candy. OenM.I pas*. Agt.. ST.< FLA and<: return. Tickets sold June 24 to Read down.Le.ive33opm ..... ..... .. ., JACKSONVII.tE ., .... .. .. .. .....Arrive oo am
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"Yes," retorted the senator "the kind ,J. D. RAHNER. Asst. : UOUST"". : July 6 inclusive Final limit Stptember 's45Pln. .... .... .... ... ... .. .. PALATKA...... ...... ..... .. ... ...Leave 8 oo pm
of candy that has made everybody sick l :. 15. Liberal stopover privileges. .. oonm ASTOR ..... .......... ... .. ... .. ...... 8 30 pm
who ever tried to lick It!" Passengers can go o n route and re- ,'" 4 J 30em .... .. ... .. .. p.t. PRANCISr .. ..... . .. .- .. SoopmBRRJBSFORD
H 6 L E S another. .. __. ... ... .... .. ... ... (OKLAND). II oopm
tarn
FAY- Denver Colorado Springs orPuebleo ...SANPORHto ............... .... .. ......... 9Jostu,
Americans who enthusiastic Arriv.Sjoam ................... "
over -grow Col. and return. Ticket sold July gth, oo am...EXTEUPR13R........ ..... 10 00 am

WlIlapPl'eClatcthe census reports. following and crop witticismfrom statistics .to Liberal I4tu stop-overs Final return.litnif at Colorado August,! Com-30 i General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122' W. Bay St., Jacksonville

one of Hour's speeches; mon Points IlloNMOVUEH.Jr.: Aiw'Ctxm'l' l' s. Alt rJ2 West Buy Si.,Jacksonville Fin.,
"If you wish, In these days to stir W. U.tOOJ-t.U r.M. : Jr. Freight ABC., U. 1M.OVKLL Supt..
the blood and start the tear of pride III $32.10 toot of Hoffim Street. .TncKsonville, FiorinaA.
an American Fay- C. IIAO.EKTY, Uon'l Euat'n 1'"... Airt.. New Yolk. ILrDK MILNE, tien'l Pr't Age, K. TVHfco
the best thing
citizen "
with which Milwaukee Wi., and return.. Tickets : O. EOEU,Vlee Vretlilont nnd(ienoial MiuiugotOunuriil
to do It Is column of
figures." a sold August to, II, and ta. ,FInal! oni ce., Pleiar, Xoi tli River :Sew York ,'unch. 3nn IJrl.RI1wQv.G .
i return limit August 12.
Daily Mav Ijth to September aoth,
"Senator, I want ona of your pictures tourist
inclusive. Round : summer
for publication next Sunday," said a Sh l tickets will be on trip sale to various re ''B Mangoes. '
newspaper correspondent to Mr. Hoar."Certainly sorts. Full Information! schedules, Urn e Mulgoba
,." he responded. "Gar tables, etc., will be furnished on application
land, go and sit for the picture." to G. HERRING Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States. :?nlms Phyllan.

Answering the look of nstonlohment MarketLlghte8t Fla. Paso. Agent, L.&N. k.R. thus, etc AH pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock
on torsaw.'T the corre. pondent's face, the sena Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the 118 W. Bay JacksonvilleFla.St., grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address

I BEACH. West Palm Beach. Florida
the World JOHN-
of
Writers
always have Garland, my clerk sit Llgbtest Running. The Champion! Speed
tor iny pictures, aa he Is a much better.i tt Shirt. ,lIIoroe Fay.Sliole used tu P*nlacola *" '8nLotber sln.l.' ..: make J.: B. McOTNLEYFuneral
looking man than, I am. When, any : U1e
body want my autograph 1. have my ; See it Before Buying. Director CITY MEAT MARKET

other clerk Goodwin, write It, for he Is T. A* FEASTER, .Proprietor,
much better writer than I am. When I
.
J am asked for my opinion on any.ub-', .' R. C. DAVIS, St W Altent.'P. -"J.: ". .* "- *nd.-T-I', ,'Florida. nail, Western 3IpatJl'oultry.! Game and Eggs.:
: ject I refer 'Local
the Interlocutor to my' me.
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Mi ,I J. I\I) Miilmlev; 1 la spending lo- .Mr. R. A.1f1"fI: 1,1, "pent Sunduy Profitscan

j dli" 'I'll I '"" Die\ I and, :Monday with lends In :Miami.

} Mi" I r. I'. Amason! of Miami 1 InHP 1' ;ml Kennedy, of :Miami, sport 81111- '" .

< inlliii, some time with\ lends i !In day11; II friends In West Palm B"aclill be greatly Increased by giving I SHOES EXTENDS W

Wi M t Palm Reach II .\ I "mi" Coo! G Curi'le spent ilon. special care to the health of every MM MMHMMMMMMM -MMHBMMMMMMBM>BMMMMM.MMBMI |

.Ire. Henry Hlco "opens to leave day) 1.1llal11l': on professional biiulII l- animal and fowl on the farm. I *
tonight! for Key West, where she will <>>18. Sick poultry,sheep, cattle, hogs: have advanced from m A CORDIAL INVITATION '
horses, etc., depend on their livers 80 TO 50 PEn CENT
spend! a month with iriatlves .\ru. Rachel started yesterday morn- ,
Contractor E. Schult/ went to Miami Inu; for Iowa where she expects to to keep them well Still we ore ready to show you the to All Our

i \ Saturday to spend\ 1 a few days spend the summer. very newest) styles of Spring .

d. i looking after his properly Interests dipt. Coo.; B. Baker returned last ''BlackDraught'Stock I and /Hummer:: I. "Out-of-town Friends" to t

'Mis E \\'. J Parrlili who has been night from Miami I, where he ban boon SHOES and OXFORDS ""

In Miami visiting rolutlthe past upending; several days on btmlneas.

two \\ecltH, will remain another week. Miss Florence Higgins went to Miami and Poultry I at the\ HQ me old prices, i Make Our Store HEADQUARTERS |

i r.. ,:Mi'. G. G. Strohm went to Daytona Monday to spend several wreliH
L few days" looking She will attend ihV ,Miami Medicinekeeps
Mondny to upend a Conuoiva- INISHIlSlGS
after his business Inlerests,. In that tory of Music W. L. DouglasMonarch f| Our. Line of SHOES,/CLOTHES, HATS and FUR I
their liven and
working
city. Ed Newromb left last night for Miami ::. therefore keeps them well Pats S Is More Complete Than EverAnthony a

} :Mi Z. T. Merrltt, candidate for to accept' a position In the bicv- Black-Draught Stock and Poultry '

f clerk of the circuit court spent :Monday (cia establishment of John \V. Harper, Medldne Is a pure, natural,
vegetable, blood purifier, and acts
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here looking after his political formerly of this llty.Mr by regulating the stomach, Uver Queen, Quality

Inten'>lt,... > ,: Burk Earman has returned and bowels. Bros.I
It and cures Hog Chol- marked. .
prevents at
Just/what they are
:Miss Jessie Conklln has returned from the State University at Lake DIs- ,
era, Chicken Cholera, Colic,
G from Rollins College, and will spend ,' City, and will spend the vacation with temper, Coughs, Colds, Constipation :Prices $2.5O to $5.00 I
her vacation with her parents, Mr.t' his parents at the Earman House. Fever, Loss of Appetite, 1 incorporated sTake
Wasting Away, and all the common -
and vMra.' J. Conklin.I .
I :Mrs. Franklin Sheen and children stock diseases.It .
I Mrs J. M. Willson, who bas been went to }dew. Smyrna yesterday mornIng ia a perfect medicine for gen Clothingat advantage of the Merchants' offer and come to West Palm Beach

spending several weeks with relatives and will be the guests of relativesat eral farm use. Try it.

i and friends, left Monday for her"home that place for several weeks
closing out rlces.
In Klsslmmee. I' Mr. Henry Whipple left yesterday Price 25c for a large cant at I

Miss ,Anna Fremd went to St. Augustine morning for the peach-growing secI all druggists and dealers
Monday night to visit her I tlon of North Georgia where he expects -
I Shirts
i slater, (Miss Jennie, who Is a pupil at to remain until September, engaging Top
't ", Et, Joseph's Academy. In fruit packing and shipping. t' ?l"'UD4 ittF"Di tm" UD4

i Mrs. Julia Lawrence left Monday(:: I Frank :Majewskl has Issued Invitations 2 for $1.25

for Jacksonville, from which place I to his young friends to attend AUGUST STOCKER

she will probably go to Asheville, N. his birthday party which will be 'WWWWVWVWest

C., to spend the summer. given this evening at the residenceof First-Class: Experienced The Sirkin COlnpry-

\. Mrs Edward Crutchfleld and children Mrs J. C. c&auther, Olive street, '
Pc r returned Sunday night from a th ocaslon being his eighteenth an- Custom ShoemakerFineBialsaniSteMafaHDrto k r Jefferson Block Palm BeachTown

I; month's visit with the former's parents the occasion being his eighteenth an- -- West Palm Beach, Florida

ea l ,:\11'. and Mrs A. G. Phillips, In iMrs. S. G. Vanlandingham and two

Falatka. little sons have gone for a summer Lots.Choice
; The members of the Fire Depart- outing, to Georgia. They stopped at FOWLER BROS. & KING .

I'; ment will give their regular semi- two points on the route to visit Mrs Wear Rubber Soles and Rubber

monthly dance ln> the hall Friday Vanlandingham's married daughter, Heels for Comfort MACHINE SHOP

night when the public Is Invited. ,Mrs. Pyles at West Palm Beach and< -- Residence Lotsfrom
Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish and Shoe GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL
t Usual prices will prevail. son, Dr. W. E, Vanlandingham, at
Laces for Gentlemen's, idles' andChildren's KINDS of LA THE and SHAPER WORK
City Marshal and Tax: Collector 'V.'V. Fort Pierce.-..Miami: Metropolis
Shoes always on hand.
Hendlckson sold the lands adver- John McDermott, a young white GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR $200
I Clematis Ave., West l aim Beach up,
tised for deliquent taxes at the city man, was drowned in the St. Lucie

council chamber !Monday: morning. River at Stuart last Friday morning SALE one-third cash, balance by semi-annual
As usual, the greater portion of the
l while in
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f property was bid In by the city. stranger in bathing.lcDel'mott Stuart, and had been was seeking a- GEO. HASLEHURST & SON Near' Ferry Landing, Lake Front, installments, on reasonable time, accord-

Mr. Adolph Freedlund, of Boynton, employment In the pineapple WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA ing to price of lot.

spent Monday in the city on business. fields In that vicinity. All efforts to Contractors and Builders For plats and full information apply to

'Mr. Fredlund reports' crop returns as find his family or relatives proved P. O. BOX 304 Great rush for those Dollar Sterl- ,

exceedingly satisfactory this year, and fruitless. : ing Silver Spoons at Idner's.I WALLACE R. MOSES,

says that the Dado county farmer hasevery $
of the the Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land
One rIgs, of B. F. Carte Department
feel thankful
to
reason transfer has just been turned of the West Palm Beach Buggy and
:\11'. E. W. J. Parrish, member of the Wagon Shop West :Palm Beach, Florida. $
paint shop of E. C. 'Maynard, and Is
county board of education, spent yes-
as handsome as a bran new vehicle. %.% """'%%%,%.l4,v
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terday In Miami, In attendance upona
E. C. MAYNARD
Mr. Carter has cloned a contract with Prop.
special meeting of the board which
:Mr. I iMaynard for thlll repainting of hIs
was called to act on the matter of .-,- -- -
entire outfit of vehicles, and the work -
calling a sub-district 001' special tax Spring Wagons Built to Order.
election for (Miami. I will be completed as rapidly as pos SUMMER HOTEL. CHICAGO
sibil'lr.<:: :Maynard, who recently! Wagon, Carriage and Buggy Painting and Striping a Specialty ,
IMfcsesLaura: and Ethel Flemingare came to West Palm Beach from Fort

expected home tonight from Rol- Myers is rapidly gainIng the reputation Only Beat Materials Peed and Expert Workmen Employed HOTEH DELk
Pt flDO
lins College, Winter Park, and will '
of being one of the best carriage All work Guartnteed to Give Satisfaction. ,
spend the vacation with their parents, painters on the East Coast, and his A
air and .albs: J. JIcQlnley.. Since shop Is kept filled with work Shops on Clematis Avenue, West of Railway Track. High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.
the close of the school the young ladles Located between WaHlilngtou mid MaiUmn ,Atomic, fronting on tlio' IlidM\ 55
have been vlsltln in :Miss Ponce baa not forgotten that Boulevard, adjoining the. Chicago Unlvo\\- lt)-.

Lake Helen Blends i Suuday will be the children day. Call Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People
for pretty hats this week. GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST
Mrs. Twlght Cameron is entertaining From $30 to $AO per Week

a; 'the rectory her mother, Mrs. At a special meeting of the Dade PALM BEACH Twelve in I nut os fnnn Down Town via Illluolri tontrnl ll.dhvuj-

BleTby, and brother, Clftirles Norton County Board of Public Instructionheld All Train stop .t 63rd !Street to which nil U.ijt.g should be Checked

c Blelby, of DeLand, who are here for In :Miami yesterday, election Bus Trips toLantana SRHDliHY & PIUSHRVS\ Peopeistoe..

/ a month's visit. Rev and .Mrs.:: Cam- were called to determine whether the and -- tWWWWWVW VVl.
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eron and ':Mrs Bielby and son started i Miami: and Cocoanut Grove schools Baggage

this morning for Miami making the shall be made Into special tax: districts Defray, VMVVVVVVVtVVV> vwtw w. +aaHG.

trip In Mr. H. T Cumming's red mo- with a special levy of three Wagons Eoynton

tor-chair. mills. The elections will be held on Meet and I

July 3rd. Principal W. W. Hall, of 4- G. Strohm Company
4i The usual game of baseball will be All Other
the Miami school, having several days !
played on the East Side diamond tomorrow I
ago tendered his resignation, a com Trains Points
afternoon at 3:00: o'clock, to
mlttee of:'Miami citizens appeared be-
which the public Is Invited. While SPECIAL ATTENTION FAMILY GROCERIES
fore the board and requested that his TO COMMERCIAL 'MEN
the game will be between two local
salary be raised from $1,000 to $1,400 FREE QAMF=le ROOM
teams It is expected that the contest I T Food
Fancy ProductsGrain
I The board expressed Its satisfaction
4; will be unusually interesting, as the
as to Prof. Hall's ork, ;hut decided
.4 1 players have been getting a great
of practice in recent weeks deal, that the finances of the school fund and Provisions
would not warrant the
raise.
3 County Superintendent of Publl

l Instruction! U. E. Hall commenced I MILLINERYSaturday Abrams & Miller JEFFERS01FJLOCK.
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yesterday the examination of teachers
l and Monday of every week
who are applicant! for positions In ,
will be special sales day at Miss Ponce's West Palm Beach Florida
Dade county. There are four white ,
applicants and twelve colored. The millinery.
Blacksmiths *
i examination Is being held In the ANCIENT ROME Wheelwrights. ---'----'

> 'school! building in iMIarut: and will perhaps Is now merely .a. memory cf the past -

I; The continue union revival three or services four days.which liniment Ballar ',(Snow if the Liniment twentieth i is century the family; A I "nrnrnrnrnnrrnnnnrnr" " " " "rrnr" "miinunrnnnnrilrirriirn" " " ," ''r"r"

have been In progress In the schoOl positive cure for Rheumatism.Burns cuts, Horseshoeing: and General Re-

a auditorium for the past two weeks, Sprains Neuralgia etc, Mr. C. H. Run The Fie el Pharmacy \

came to a close Sunday evening. The you, Stanberry, Mo. writes: "I have pair Work ;
r used Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and .
meetings) have undoubtedly accomplished
a great deal of good In the all pain. I can't say enough in Its & Solicits YOUR Trade. |
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_community, ajid have resulted In the praise." For sale by A. G. Riegel. Manufacture of Tools a Specialty

JI' upbuilding of the churches and I

I strengthening the faith of the mem- Remy Magnetos., $i oo. Best made, Freight, Paid One Way'on All Out-of-town Orders' g We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate | ,

r, bers. The evangelist, Rev. C. F. Van- at Fowler Bros. & King's. "-
cAuken left Monday for Tampa where g Prices, put tip by a Registered 3 i ii

he will conduct a series of meetings. TIIERR ARE FEW
i :Pharmacist.
air. and Mrs. Chas A. Stone, accompanied people who know bow to take care of Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach |
do I
the
hemselvei- majority not. The
by airs. S. Flak Worttng- .....
liver is a most Important In the t
ton, left yesterday morning for Mont- organ Try our
body.> Herbine will keep it in condition. g Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream
eagle, Tenn., to spend the symmer. .
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V. C. Sfmpkina. Alba, Texas writes: =
(air.: and (Mrs. Stone will take charge
"I' have used Herbioe for Chills and, H. N. Burhant, Pre E, A. Tidd, Vice Pre I. W. W. Tldd, Sec. and Trees, E EIEOEL,
of one of the leading hotels of the famous A.0.
4 Fever and find? It the beat medicine I = -
+, k Tennessee resort, and 'Mrs.VVorthlngton ever used. I would not do without it, Florida Orange Grove Realty \Co.If Graduate New York college of Pharmacy ::i
will be their guest until
,when she will go to New It i I. as good for children a* it 1 I. for you have an Orange: Grove Grape Fruit Grove, Pineapple Grove or Lemon 7J1111UIJIIIIl1i1111UlUJUll111I/11111' / IIIIUIIIIUIIIIIIIUIU4UWLli, #
September rown-up people and I recommend it.It Grove that yon want to sell, write D' and we will show yon bow W$ SELL
York for a brief stay before returning Is fine for La Grippe." -For tale by PROVES. No. 17 HORn street
6 4o West Palm Beach. A. G. Riegel. Reference A lnnttoNntional Bunk nt Jurkunnvllle Jacksonville F'orlda

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