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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 9, 1906
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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).
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FLORIDA; 9, 1906. PME5CEWS, W3LE NO. 1191
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-PINEAPPLE CULTURE F. W. Hahn's AddressTo I t

,, CHAIRMAN WINFIELD ?rya

I Dade
Voters
County

:. IN DADE, COUNTYA AFTER MIAMI I RECORD '

To the Voters of Dade County: tlon, I shall be Clerk of the Circuit t "
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By your votes I have been, solicited Court for the whole people, regardless ip' 'q w
and the acreage Is constanly belnj: to enter the race again for the Important of party affiliation or faction;
The (Miami Record gives the following Commissioner Sewell was authorizedto
Growing IndustryThe increased. The principal grower!a I office of ClerIc of the Circuit regardless of abstract companies 01 '
report of the meeting of county have the steel painted. The {
there are Hal P. Hardin, B. 1C Hunt.,,. Court. any other private or corporate business !' bridge y
Dr !AIcher, Harry DuBolse, Fred Powell I have been a citizen of Dade county Interest. commissioners at ''Miami Tuesday: contract was let to Pierce & Hardie, yl y i fir

F. J. McGill and others for the past twelve years, and dur- If you should, by your ballots, The petitions of B. F. Lasseter &: the lowest bidders, at $140. I it

East Coast Homeseeker Gives At West Palm Beach among those lIng that time have tried to be fair 1 choose me as your public servant In Son and W. N. Woods for'permit to The salary of the bridge-tender at wl ,,,'
who have large fields are a. C. Mat. and honest with my fellow men. the capacity of Clerk of the Circuit
Some Interesting Facts sell\ liquors In district No. 10 were the steel bridge was increased to $50
thams, W. C. Clough, Ben Potter, DI' In making the race for the first Court, I will, with a sufficient forceof
About the l Fruit. Potter, W. C C. Brannlng, George G. primary It was my purpose to con- competent assistants chosen from ordered advertised.A per month, beginning on June 1, and

Currie, J. R. Anthony, Sr., D. A Allen, duct a clean campaign, tree from any among, you, do my best to repay you report was made on the controversy ending on January 1, 1S07.

A, B. Marvin> Mrs. Fannie James, W. abuse of my neighbors and friends for your support' with. the very best, between the county and Mrs..Mary H. F. Hamiuon, W. Lainhart and H. '

H. Means, John Clark and other who were my opponents. How well service that It Is possible to give. Brlckell, with reference to cer- C. Hood were appointed to view and 'C;.
The following Interesting article, At Lantana I[ succeeded In tain rock said to have been taken'
and
Hypoluxo there Is varying out this pur- These pledges .I make to one and rock road the .
straighten out a near
under the caption, "Pineapple Grow- a considerable acreage In pineapples, pose the voters of the county well all of you.Thanlc1ng. From the premises .of 'Mrs. Brickell, I
In the and the Is ICBOW. I believe that for the use of the\ county. It wasagreed Flakier hotel property at Palm Beach
ing In Dade County, appeared industry growing in importance every public of- ; those of you who were
current number of the East Coast fleet within) the gift of the people my supporters In the primary of May that the county should pur- and they were Instructed to reportat ,, r 1

At Boynton and Delray the pineapple should be filled with competent men, 15th, and soliciting the support of all chase five or ten acres of the land the next meeting. '
Homeseeker: Industry has made a most rapid regardless of party prejudices or fac- those who feel that they scan give It Involved and use it as a rock pit Chairman Wlnfleld took a vindictive' .

The growing of pineapples In Dade and satisfactory growth within the tionalism, and I hereby pledge the to me on the above platform, I beg H. S. Pennock was awarded the con- shot at the proprietors of the Even- ;

County Is one of the I Infant industries last three or four years, and the lands good people of Dade that, should to remain, Very sincerely yours, tract to build a rock road at Jupiter, Ing Record, by reporting that he had r+'

that Is making a most rapid develop suited to growing this fruit are being they elect me to this responsible post- I F. W. HAHN. he being the lowest bidder. Tbe fig made a careful Investigation and had '
ures was $410. found that the contract to supplythe t
rapidly taken The of
ment. In the neighborhood of West up. success the I
planters at these two points has been -- The board voted to furnish rock for voters with copies of the session a d
Palm Beach and Stuart plnapples have.: and a road to be built out of Fort L'auder-: laws of the last legislature had not elo'
extremely good, because of this Primary Election School Meeting
been grown for several years success- prices for lauds' suited to growing dale for a distance of four miles. been complied with. He pushed A

fully. At these two places there are pines are Increasing in value. Pines Next Tuesday Monday NightAccording The board also appropriated $500 to through a motion to direct the clerk- ,
build a bridge across\ the south fork to so notify the comtroller.The .
manjr,,.very profitable fields and the are planted both on the spruce pinelands --
of New river. : bond of F. 1M.: Hudson as notary '
Is continually being Increased, which abound there, and on Little interest is apparently being to adjournment another
acreage ,
high pine land. On petition of Cullen Pence and public, with A. A. Boggs and T. !
the Industry proving to be a very The principal growers at Boyntonare taken in the second primary election, meeting of the school patrons and others, the voting place' in district I I L. Townley as sureties was approved ;

profitable Investment., In and'' about F. O. Green 1M. C. Hardee, Cullen which Is to be pulled off next Tuesday, others tut"I'eusted111 be held in the No. 4. was changed from Hypoluxo to The board then adjourned to meet ,'

this section the majority of the pines' Pence, W. H. Cox, N. S. Boynton, H. and unless some dt the campaign city school auditorium next Monday Boynton. I on the first Monday in July. ''l
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apple plantations are on the spruce B. Murray: Funk Brothers and others workers get busy a light vote is promIsed evening at eight o'clock. 1 tl 11

pine ridges, or 'what is better knownas At Delray the largest growers are It will be remembered by readers of Dade County Frank Clark 'h'I' '
pine scrub The soil Is very light the Keystone Plantation Company,
The election Is one of importance, The Tropical Sun that on Friday eve- '
and porous and Is more valuable for C. M. Browe, John Sundy, H. J. Sterling -
as the principal office in the countyIs ning, June 1st, a meeting was held In Farm StatisticsCounty Would Drain Glades
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J. S. Leatherman, I. K. Burton
growing pines than for any 'other pur to be filled, the contest being between '
t pose. On this class bf, land the t pine- Mr. Tasker J. S. Rice Mr. Schablnger. Z. T. Merritt and F. W. Hahn, the auditorium for the purpose of discussing : N
the matter of tax assessor George O. Butler Washing ton June 1 '
Other than these are small i appointing a Congressman y
apple reaches perfection, and yields many who were the two highest candidates I
bevy crops under favorable condi planters Here.a large canning factory In the first primary May 15tb principal for the ensuing' term. At has just completed and forwarded Frank Clark, yesterday afternoon, Introduced 1 1

tions. has been established for the putting Both men have staunch friends in this meeting the patrons were unable to the Commissioner of Agriculture, a bill in congress to divertto I,bf} t ti

Many of the old fields which have up of pineapples and vegetables.Last the county, and It Is expected that the to reach a decision as to who shouldbe Tallahassee, a full\ report of the num- Florida for the purpose of drainIng V ,
appointed, and it was agreed that
been continuously In pines for, yearsare season It was operated very suc- will be exceedingly close, though boxes of the .
race the sub-district! trustees and members ber of fruit trees grown, the Everglades, $3,000,000 of
now In fine condition. The young cessfully, and this year it will be env> it
some of the more extravagant friendsof of the school board should secure such fruit raised and shipped from this funds that would otherwise go to the I
fields have made a most satisfactory larged to meet the demand. The pine- each party claim than their man II ;
growth 1 during the past year, and apples put up by the Planters PackIng will have a walkover.The further Information relative to the county during the year 1904, together fund to reclaim the arid plains; in California -

those which, have been planted long and Preserving Company are a election will be held at the applicant an might be possible, reporting with the number of cattle, horses Washington. Territory and "'$ '
the same at the meeting to beheld
enough are holding more than a nor- superior quality. The apples are left same voting places as the one held a chickens and every other article of Colorado. These lands are too dry for
mal amount of fruit We have been on the plant until thoroughly ripened; month ago, and the same Inspectors next Mcyiday evening. agricultural produce grown, manufactured cultivation and artificial irrigation Is .

'though several fields this spring, and them they are gathered and taken to will pre lde. In West Palm Beach The meeting will be one of great or used in the county In that necessary, and this entails an enormous p ,
Importance and It Is desired that t
find that in a majority of cases 90 the factory; thus giving their productthe the inspectors will therefore be: there ) year, .says the "'Miami Metropolis.\ co t. ) +

per cent of the plants are In bearing, delicious flavor of fresh, fully matured Franklin Sheen, Dan Cosgrove and school be a representative attendanceof This report should have been com- Congressman Clark Is enthusiastic i '
patrons and citizens.
and the apples will average large fruit. Tills establishment makes Joel A. Dean, while T. J. Campbell : piled and sent In last fall\, but owingto over his measure and believes that ho

sizes. At West Palm Beach Mr. O. a home market for the fruit, and will act as clerk. In the event that the complication of the books and will succeed In having his bill passed ;;+,

C .Matthams la among the oldest and saves the planter the expense of packIng any or all of these officers fall to put Batteries and Complete Launch ,Sup. the work necessary In compiling the through both houses of congress, ?
most extensive planters. He l la a care- shipping, commissions and In appearance their places will be tax list, It could not be reached at
plies, at Fowler Bras & King's.
M painstaking grower, and has madea freights. The company contracts with Oiled by qualified voters around the that time. The report 'is most thor- FOR RENT.-Furnished cottage : { {

success of the business. Not only the growers for the entire crop at polls at the time of opening.It ,j'lneapple shipments are now going ough, \end" not: an Item of an industrial for summer or by the year. Excel '',;'

Is he an Intelligent grower, but a Boynton and Delray. is very important that every forward In large\ quantities, and The nature Is omitted. lent location. H. P. )McGINLEY

careful packer and assorter and his Boca Ratone Is another flourishing qualified voter cast his ballot, !and Tropical Sun learned yesterday ttrat I During 'the year there were 578,000 12-lm McGInley Brothers Co.

output always brings him "top" pineapple point. Here there are large those who fail to do so will neglect one day this week the Florida East crates of tomatoes grown and shipped; ,..; I 1

Prices. acreages devoted to the Industry, and a grave duty.PARTIES Railway had a little less than one 10,311 crates of peppers; 7,479 cratesof CARD FROM THE BASEBALL 4. p d
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For the Information of our<.\\many yearly there Is an increase In the hundred care laden with pines on the eggplants; 13,054 crates of beans; 'MANAGER
readers we give the names and ad- I; acreage planted. Among the exten- HAVING 'MONEY TO roodnat; .' one time The growers are 10,389 boxes of oranges; 18,361 cratesof It Is the earnest desire of the base- ;. .

dresses of the pineapple growers 111'' sive growers there are J. E. Ingraham, LOAN In sums of $2,500 to ,.,000, on ill bus as bees.and they report that .grapefruit and 157,457: crates of ball club to put baseb'll on a strictly Z

Several points in Dade County, commencing T. M. Rlckards" George Long, Dr. one, two and three years time, on Im- the crop" Is this year a record breaker pineapples. business basis ar u t '
at Stuart, the most northern Henry, Ed OIcGulre: '!\'. H. Chesebro proved city property, can get first both as to quantity and quality. Captain Therefore at that time 9,826 bear- We are tired of asking the public

Village In the county. Pineapple and many others. The lands here security and legal rate of Interest by ,:Matthams, of the Florida Pineapple Ing and 62,215 non-bearing orange for donations for each game. We "s 1

growing at this point has. been the are known as the spruce pine, and applying to W. I. METCALF, Company is shipping quantitiesof trees, 00, 933 grapefrltu trees and 5,852 have had several hundred tickets Ir, t ;
chief Industry for many years. Here experience has demonstrated the fact ma9tt Attorney and Agent. especially fine fruit, and unhesita- mango trees under cultivation. printed and our desire is to sell 150 w,{ '

the apples are grown on.epruce pine that they are most admirably adapted tingly says that this year Is ahead of Th report shows 196 cows; 370 tickets at 25 cents each before the ;

and pine lands, both being recognizedas to growing pineapples of a superior DAUGHTERS OF THE KING all previous1. Prices are still ranging horses, 124 mules.17,533 chickens and date set for the game, so we will have .' d'a

especially adapted to growing this quality. The Industry Id Increasing The regular monthly meeting of the quite satisfactorily, and It now"looks 200 turkeys In use and raising. guarantee fund. F.
section. as if the East Coast The number of dogs, hogs and all In this way we will make the game ; {
moat" luscious and profitable fruit In this Daughters of the King will be held pineapple men 4
lFhe principal growers there are W. Deerfleld and Pompano are making at the home of (Mrs. Mary Hone on would soon. become "flush"/ with'good other animals of value and domestication pay for itself and only those who see

W: Bessie N. C. Parks, Harry Dyer, rapid strides In pineapple growing, Wednesday, June 13th, at 3:00: o'clock.All moneys: ", and articles of agriculture'and It will contribute. i
of manufacture are covered In the re- Tickets are now on sale at all the ,
Robert j. McPherson C. W. .McpherSon and there are many acres young members are requested to be pres-
otto Stypeman, William Dyer pines which will come Into bearing ent; as business of special ImportanceIs NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSYJ. port which consumes several pages. stores for the Fort Pierce game June

C- W. Corbett, John and Thomas Tay. next season. A mong the principal to come up before the meeting, Waterman,, of Watertown, 0., The report for the year 1905, Mr. 14th.Help
lop, 0. K Wood and manw others. growers at Deerfleld are the J. C. RUBY E. PIERCE Sec'y. Rural,free delivery, writes; "My daughter Butler states, will be made up This the boys. out In this small way.E. .
Frank fall and filed at thejproper time. That D. ANTHONY, Manager ;i,
The growers In the Stuart section Hawley estate, Frank Saxon, afflicted for years with epilepsy was
have been very successful, and there Jenkins B. A. Thomas and others. DRAMATIC CLUB TO BE REORGANIZED cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills. She there will be a very 'large Increase a
Is probably more Invested In At Pompano the principal growers are 1 ban not bad an attack for over two years shown In all of the industries and About thirty-five young people assembled Pu

Pineapple culture at money'that point thanIn F. O. Green, H. C. Campbell, L. R. A meeting of the West Palm Beach Best body cleansers aDd life giving tunic commodities Is certain, but can at the home of Mrs. J C.

any other section of Dade County. Smoke and James !McComb, Jr. Home Dramatic Club is called for pills(on earth. 350. at any drugstore. not even estimate the percentage at Lauther, Olive street, Wednesday
Each In the vicinity 'of Fort Lauderdalethe Tuesday afternoon, June l th",at 3:00: present evening, the occasion being In honor a
year the .. Increased
acreage t being '
t Mr. H. E. Bemis of the of Frank 'Majewskl's
It farmers'are aylng more attentionto o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Olivia manager eighteenth birth
as
At Comes pays to grow pineapples. growing vegetables and citrus Burnham.All East Coast system of hotels, spent NOTICE TO SHIPPERS BY day anniversary. Various parlor and

a large and' Kobe Sound thereare fruits. There are a few pineapple the members are requested to yesterday. on the East Side looking EXPRESSFish outdoor games were played, after

Apple number bf successful plne-) plantations, which are doing well, be present, and a cordial invitation after the company's. Interests. It is oranges, grapefruit, pineapples which delicious refresments were
growers
to ; but we.have been unable demonstrating that the high pine, Is extended to others whowant to understood that a force of several tomatoes, beans, Irish potatoes, served on music" veranda. Piano
secure the of the most Fc
names carpenters and other workmen will and vocal
lands the home of the pineapples. Join. and all other heavy shipments, will I were pleasing features -,
PromlnenV planters. are '
At these two be put'; on at an early date and that of the ,
places the Coming south from Fort Lauder E. D. pineapples are grown on Is but t the property of the hotel company will our depot office. and It. was a late hour when the good
spruce dale the pineapple Industry
At pine lands, Talking Machines and Records, all be put h. thorough repair, before the I* CONSTANTINO. byes were said and the hippy'' throng

I Jupiter pineapples have been makes at Idner & Son's. tf opening of another tourist season. 2-4t Agent Southern Express Co. departed for,their homes. Y r't
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THE TROPICAL SUN. Broward and the Everglades.The HELP IS 01< __
I' TO WORTHY YOUNG

Pioneer Paper ol Dada County: Florida. We earnestly request all
everglades of Florida! that region wild 1 and grim, I
== ----"= sons, no matter how

;: Publubed Every W lneidaj> and Saturday or BnvgTH8n. IIWltmp811nd solitude, Imp notruhl dim; means or education, who [i ll--] W 1Dl' 1

J \T WEar PALM. aa"OH. DADA OOUNTY, '1.0R'O"It' Since child hood'a hour I've wished their mysteries to explore, tain a thorough business ... J llJ oW ._,(.,.'""... ...., ',
'H'jt now, ales the chance: has panne'!), to comA agqin'no more a good position, to write -- ''''.1.1rr

'a, I SDBSCRII'TION PIUCE. tJ.OO: PElt YEAR, For I've been to Ft. Lauderdale/ and there It doth ,appear mall for our GREAT nI ;; ,

.f,';I' That the everglades from off.the map will shortly disappear.{ <, OFFER ,.,..., ', I

Tropical Sun Ptmllshing; Comp'y, They are building' ocwvvn and dredges/ ; they have shovels there T deem, Success Independence and )ft&s -

From the sort that moves by muscloto the ones that KO by s tea in. fortune are guaranteed.. /

)'" CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager' -- There la weeping/ and lamenting/ by the dwellers in the bog/ ', Write today .- I Your deserts for the entire

ih /i'f' Tim otter and the 'gntop will be "strictly on the hog/ )"': THE QA.-ALA. BUS
Entered at the PoMu/Hc/ of Weit Fol.n Beech season will be planned and pro
1 J' .a .econd.cla..matter And every crawly, creepy thing that wiggles, walks or wades

'j.'. "Will find its occupation gone, when B rowan) drains: the 'gltideu.; : Typewriter For Sale.- vided for if ,you invest now in

Old ocean will be feeling fresh, and also mighty wet mier. No.2, in good one of our freezers. The best

1: PINEAPPLiCULTURE The day Napoleon pulla! the plug, and bids the water "get.; \ be sold at a bargain.

lie has pledged himself to do itOh, vhat a fight 'twill be, Evans, at office of procurable---makes that freeze fast

}. IN DADE COUNTY When old Okeerhobee goes; a-roarin'to the sea. Telegraph Company. saving time and energy.

And behind the receding waters, I can hear the advancing/; din

\'! Continued from l'all'.l. Of an army eager, anxious and muck-hungry/ pouring; in. can afford to buy at our prices.

/,I 1"I, lust; opening up. In almost every section If they bring some grease; and skillets\ they will find lots of things; to fry, and see them.

Could be used to advantage whilnt their claims are getting dry.
::7 ,there are planters who are turnIng great ;
of" their attention to this branch of Those landless, poor unfortunates, forever out of luck,

:':: horticulture and are meeting with Will all get a farm then, and! wallow in the muck. Hardware Go

00"'' great success. At Biscayne 3Ir. Slur- Till fields waving juicy cane, so fair and gr<>pn to see I

tevant has for the past several years Will furnish"'leases: for our bread and sweetening for our tea;
Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
been growing pines successfully He Tow itoes red and rampant, too, und beans-oh, won't we J just /> I

is giving his.attention largely to fan- Feed winter truck to Northern folks till they are fit to "bust." West Pam Beach, Florida

cy varieties And Yank to Yank will then remark, from, Pullman Parlor shades,
At Little River there are numerous this the ? 1>....-- .
t "I swan, but this is mighty; fine! Is everglades

plantations of small area, and each 'Tls very easy," so they say;; "tht're'slots of fall you know; I -

i year there is a marked increase int. Just dig a ditch, then step aside, and watch the water flow." r OOOOO-O-O-O-OO-O-CX
the devoted to the culture of
) this acreage fruit. About the fall, I little know; but this, at least I reck: / .\ Wont PaTin Bench. May, lD06

F I N A man might fall that much at once, and never break bis neck.
At Lemon City Rev.' W. E. Stanton We'reVaiting
Each rod of land will doubly cost its value to reclaim; PREAOHMENTASOUT
t several
has been growing pines for
years, and has made a great success You know that ancient law. about the candle and the /gamo. to come in and have a talk TEA.

of the business. He and his son-in- There's lots of land available, that's better on the whole; banking Not that we instance know to know what
h, learn the business, but as we <>ugh.t we're about I
3 law :IMr Houser, are among the largest No need just, yet to dispossess the vagrant/ Keminol to do business/ with you. : choosing a tea? Do we know'wbat tea quality really is? Do i

I planters there. During the past year Napoleon is a stubborn man-the 'gludes are stubborn too- pering, and with increased Intrinsic goodness in a tea leaf really means? Do we

. or two many new settlers have cometo And like his namesake, he may find another Waterloo. caring for business want you I to go about looking for the actual 'quality iu a tea leaf?

that section, and the larger portion But then, his "rep" Is all he risks, and that Is nearly till, Prosper With word, know just how to go about choosing between a good '

ea & of them are doing well-In fact, they For tbe public Is the party who will have to foot the bill. Banking with us doesn't and a poor drinking tea?

1 are enamored with the business, and D. II, I1UNTKR rich-quick," but a steady, NO: WE DO NOT!
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of wealth.
,, are enlarging their fields. Palm Beach, Florida. growth we know law or medicine, but we can employ a lawyer or a '
At Buena/ Vista T V. Moore has Anything in the banking .; at our service all their skill and,knowledge. ,

the largest ineapple plantation in the .--- ---- tn safely see vnti.done through us. Will f a Tea Expert, who selects our tea. All his knowledge and I
southern portion( of Dade county. (Mr. Infancy, as the settlement of the low- 'Mrs.' L. Constantine is still offering --- exerted for us, and tbat Is the reason we sell better

%; Moore has been for many years an' I er portion only dates back about ten special bargains in tnlllinery shirt- DADE COUNTY STATE try for us less for money.tea and note the difference. As to prices, we I

extensive and successful pineapple years; but it is evident that in the waists and notions, at her Clematis for So cents a .
West Palm Beach, ] pounCl"I
planter at Jensen and still owns his near future it will be among the avenue store. tl I ,

property there. He became convinced leading industries, and that 'the lands W. BURKHARDT:
PROFESSIONAL FINEST GROCERIES
that the rocky lands of Dade county now covered with pine timber, pal- '
LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT. our new prices on Hay, Grain and Feed. j
were especially adapted to growing metto and rock will be turned into
For twenty years W. L, Rawls, of Bells,, LAW.
pines. Acting upon this belief he !fiultfulfields. ""More than .this It is Tenn. w-It: will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.oooo .
fought nasal catarrh. He writes;
purchased land, cleared and planted confidently expected that within a r\ o. CIIILLIVG
"Tbe swelling and soreness inside my - ;<>0-0<>0000000
and his first factories will spring
up
a it in pines gathered crop few years
I nose was (fearful till I began applyingBucklen's ]
last year. He wan so much encouraged along the lower East Coast for canning ATTORNEY AND
Arnica Salve the
to sore surface -
r with the outcome of the crop that he this most luscious fruit. We of- :this caused the soreness and swelling' West Palm Beach. & Moore

cleared more land and planted it in I ten hear it remarked by visitors who to disappear, never to return." Best salve nuo. a. CUKKIK

pin.eappleslips. He has now about I taste their first fully matured pineapple in existence age at all Druggists, Pharmacists

thirty acres of pines, twenty or more : "I never tasted as good a pineas Attorney and -

being in beating. His crop this year this. It is a self evident fact The East Coast Lumber and Supply WEST P\I LI.I BEACH dreamland, Olivei's Candies

Is most satisfactory, being about 50 that a pineapple that Is superior for
Company are carrying a big stock of IT P.'UUANNINO. orders are given prompt attention.
per cent more than last year. Ad- eating Is superior for canning, and fine pineapple wraps In plain manilla 0'j

;joining 'Mr. 'M ore's place on the north we are confident that not many years and fancy colors. Also crate nails Attotney and Connsellor- of the strongest{ nnd muss*: effective\

1s the'home place of Rev. J. C. Mac- hence the demand of the consumers and other supplies for pineapple shippers (Office over Daok.

Gonlgle formerly poatcjr of the Memo- of canned pineapples for thoroughly ;Ju2-6 WEST PALM FLY REMEDYon

: rial Presbyterian Church at St. Au- matured fruit will compel the great MEDICAL. AND this market. SPECIAL: TRICE PER GALLON I

gustine. Mr. aiacQontgle's health canneries of the North to move their ,
A TEXAS IVONTER.There's -
failed him while attending to the arduous plants Into close proximity to the TT C.,,'U 00).1\1. D Block EST TA131: 11EAC11 I

t duties of his large parish and pineapple fields where they can secure a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's .
twice last This wonder is PHY8ICHH AND
as big as year.
he was advised to come to Miami perfectly ripened fruit. _
f \V. L. Hill, who from a weight of 90 Office over Potter's bicycle 011OtlOSeOteOenle0 AOtoi10i1011011071 OItO w0w0 A0'AOiloAo'
t He purchased property built a magnificent pounds has to over 180. lIe : PALM BEACH. IteeUltmce , vnoatoroetoato.orortoeto. ro roroR
grown says 00
country home and has thor- OUTWITS TUB SURGEON Poinciana Hotel PALM
"I suffered with a terrible cough and HI
oughly regained his health. On his A complication of female troubles T3 II. POfTEie M. L) 00
doctors gave me up to die of Consumption ,
place when he purchased It was anacie with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, &A9b8. 00
t ; I was reduced to go pounds, when WEST PALM *,*.
or two of pines. The results of had reduced Mrs. Thos. S. Austin, of
i I C began taking Dr. King's New Discovery oo
his crop and his observation of other Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplorable for Consumption Coughs and Colds. DENTAL .00bo,
him increase his her doctor advised an
crops encouraged to condition, that
Now, after taking la bottles have more IJRR.II.ItACY lJll.J.X.
,\q plantation] and he now has between. operation; but her husband fearing" fatal than doubled In weight and am completely Drs. MACY & SEWING .11oo

eight, and nine acres planted in pine- results, postponed thin to try Electric 'cured." Only sure cough and .11oo

1L r, apples. "picture of this place appears Bitters; and to the amazement of all who cold cure. Guaranteed by all Druggists DENTIS18 .11

( on the front cover of this magazine knew her, ,this medicine complelly cured 500! and $i oo Trial bottle free.f Office in Jefferson MACHINES 00
t her. Guaranteed cure for torpid liver, WEST PALM BRACH .' 00

kidney disease, biliousness, jaundice, I .,
forbids the individual
Space ua taking up -
"k A most destructive fire occurred last r\U. J. JK. LIIJDY
fl w.,' planters from Miami south chills and fever, general debility, nervousness Saturday 1J ji
the n
night at pineapple plantation -
and blood Best to ic
!$ who are engaged in growing pines. poisoning : of Dr. H. Ehrllch, when his Dentist ;
At Orange Ridge several of the fruit made. Price soc at any drug store Try It. Olllod Flint door wont of Dade K
1 packing house, containing 4,000 pineapple Hunk
1
;
raising pines, and each .
growers are '
DON'TIII I I I crates and a large Quantity of WEST PALM JIKAC11: 01fc'o .
I year the acreage is being increased.
paper
was consumed, together with
; ,' At Orange Glade, west from Miami Don't let your child Buffer with that "Tried and True," We sell them ou terms 01ko
: three freight care 'The fire was dis-
r ,
there Is probably the largest congh; when you can cure it with Batlard'e Geo. S. Hacker 01ko
acreage covered about 7:00: o'clock, and is supposed per month-th&t you cannot afford to be
t devoted to growing pines of any por- Ilorehound. Syrup, a sure cure for 0' 01ko
, r.;, tion of the southern' part of the county Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza, Croup:! to have been caused by a passing T""'n S ones ,,You, can save! the cost freight The loss is most
v and Pulmonary piseases. Dura bottle thins yonr own ,and<; children's clothes, in lens v
severe 'at time, as It Is almost
., and try it. Sold by A. O Riegel lio
At Cocoanut Grove and Larkin
I Impossible to secure crates, but the a year;-less time than it takes to j pay for it. OfoS
::1 fruit growers are paying more attention '
,\ each year to raising this lus- FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. Ehrlich 'boys liave already built an- 0 carry them In stock. Call and lee them.o
To the Democratic voters of Dade other packing house, and' be securing i I:atMANUFACTURERS 0'
lone! fruit In the Homestead Coun- for rent by the week fcoOf
County: crates from their neighbors are ,
try, still further south, there are many '
t" I take this method of announcing ing their crop moving.-Fort Ieep-I fcoOf
fine fields of pineapples and the ,
myself as a candidate for the office of Tribune. fcoOf
planters there are preparing to plant
s,. more extensively County Clerk Of Dade County, subject; J : oy
A HAPPY MOTHER
to the action of the Democratic primary -
'1. The Florida Keys have long been see\hat o1r
F. W. HAHN. will her baby Is properly cared,,
f ,
noi-J as the favorite home of the do
for-toclo this. a good purgative: is necessary We "
pineapple. Indeed, the first pineapple AreAfter Your furniture (Business. fcoof
+ FOR COUNTY CLERK. babies
R Many suffer from worUIS Doors, Sash,
grOWl In the United States, we To the Democrats of Dade County: dnd their mothers don't know It, -If your _.__ ft'oSJ
-- '
-
-- -
4 !
ha\i> been informed were grown on I take this method of announcing baby (Is feverish and doesn't sleep at Blinds, i ,

thop rocky reefs This season the my candidacy for the office of County nights, It in troubled with worms.

1flY" crop' > is unusually large, and Clerk; subject; to the action of the White's Cream Vermifuge will clean] out -AND- ii BROS. CO.) 83of
Building
the fruit I 1in' a superior quality
r' Democratic primary, and will appreciate these worms in a mild pleasant way
I'hc question will naturally arise in any support that my friends can Once tried always used. Give it a trial. CHARLESTON S. fco offc'o

u the mind fthl'\ reader "Does It pay give me. Respectfully, Price 3$ .cents at A. G. Riegel's drug : Opposite School Mouse
to grow pines'" I ,car Largest Factory ,
Z: T. MERRITT.B. store. S3ss
The plm,'apnl<- Is one of th,. staples l Send for Price I ,,'' ... "0

grown on thi East Coast, and lake B, Laughter, Byhalln, Miss., writes: late of Florida t In Circuit Court I 0."

,,1 It one year Urn ii-iothrr, there ls.no "I have two children who had croup. I Dodo County: jVHvronth JnilMnl, nmiltU .
T. HuVienttlpr. IMatntlir, li.; "0
(rnp i [ which pn\H I UK;.M' returns for tried n"say different remedies but I Against I 1 A. 0.11

thr money itiv.'si,, d /and labor axpend- must Horehonnd' Syrup Is the U. E. Ulirlilex, Defendant. 't' o: o: o o o o o oo..opo..opopo..opopopopopoP'o
soy your _UA... ,Urr.H'Ttrn"'A.. ow "," P.O p,0P..,._0..0..0.:
all --- -----
" o,' One -Jill' hardly iiu! I better evi- best Croup and Cough medicine I ever To O. FIIlKhli>y and other pi>r nn* In- -

r 'I!,'nrra" of i rro.i ,'rUy rii In. an be seen ;>d." For sale by A. O Rlegel. toreateil Yon are hereby notified that a writ ol attachment Boots and LOVE The most famous strike breakers In

hern Fanmhouser thai would be a has bran Imiuecl, ogaiustyan In the I WPllla
in th' land beautiful SALEA above entitled c and pairing in All Kinds'' ponder why he the land are Dr. King's New
ri 4 en,.lit) to any -It' FOR up. your property tint of
been attached to the demand ; of White's Cream When liver and bowels coon
utli-fy of w,
J.
hens and several
A lawns which are velvety green flock of 100 nice Goods Neatly Done
luBmtettleramanntingtptile, sum ol eight he will never cry. strike, they quickly settle the trouble
in the flowers fowl houses vermin burglar
ttt dye montloHi year I Irst-clasa huiHlrod and
dollar
rwcnty-Bv You :!
and worms, and the work goeS
and the purifying
of the choioaiarlntlpft! -In fact, there !11 and thief-proof also lot of flve- all other persons who are Intermtcri. ] era
,. is evMoncbeyond dispute that thenit' I ;j foot galvanized poultry fencing. Address kcrohy required to appear' to meld action ,Woraxnld Indian Tanned Buckskin know ItVUtU s right on. DIIC'cure! ,for constipation Ill
I [ Court at Miami Iln"K County. rids the chiiq of headache ,and dlizlness. 25 aU ;
) al'"lr industry} ,ir, among the most postotnce box :250./ City or epy -
.,, Florida, on Monday, S..pt.m"rd" : A, I), out Its system In, a drugglata., !
: hr rtl 'ilturnl) pursuits Office 2w and Horsehide j ,
i profltablr > < Tropical Sun loon, 01110".10. a default will ba taken ) mother "
should
re/I; knoawa, tf man\ ffafpiit' the fHodaat In said' cauifoOatwt .>10NBV TO LOAN. .
.
a ; 's '. $': 'J'W1.t'YP? tdnlAr! DndsAcquntp' : Fineline'' v of latest ttyla ,vlaltlag! I I Jane l m IA"D.iOI M.pA ., /rBNPi.ti.rF ,, : ; / four' )beetq''lteyeren-( ,' ",p, V0tf" HAVE R01'f n.TY.1'IIt, .,r
'W'J> JI : ,8.\I1ND'/UiH/ ,tr.{ ., | Frte,, had; SoT 'bi r Bey ,
wp ad
aetrq'' lu ''but, to' ts carnet: ; 'd'latea fn lektars.at.Tke 1 I\ \ \"; )it I : "' '
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'tiK; ': KO-M.AI( : :SUN, WEST PALMX\ BEACIXOUIDA. SATURDAY: 'JUNE 0, lU06 PAGE TIIKKK #

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nor In Am.rlen. ;:: -- -'- '---- -- j -
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1'ldl'SI little boy, In the UnIted ""V1 "
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Tliu",". IB \larnlmll Field Oil. grandaon Atlantic ; tLinJ I I ,, iu
Bint
of the noted Chicago uiercbnnt who C ; > >v + r J

iini, :i short tliiM ago leaving nbotit
000,000, VOUUK/, rield will 1 receive,
/IJ
15 1 Goods
THROUGH[ SCHEDULE \V11ite
It i be; HTPH long enouffh./ fortuna now
'
valued at about $75,000.000. The lute
Florida Georgia Alabama ,
Virginia, i '

North Carolina and South CarolinaThe 11tR
t

I Great Uiglwvay of Travel Between \ Lingerie Batiste a India Linon and Persian '

% \

Florida and the East and : mercerized finish cloth Lawn need no in-


West, North and South that retains its silk fin troduction. We haveisha


+ + r; CONVENIENT SEIUVCE, ELEGANT PULLMAN Prices 25c, 40c a wide range of price ;r


EQUIPMENT: : : AGNIFICEN'l i DINING CAII and,'50c per yard. and quality. lOc to ,tt

'route New York ond Florida}
Special
(
R of the 65c
f;,. \ "Dlxle Flyel'" per yard. .

Celebrated Florida:and Went India Llmitei' ,
r
Trains Chicago and Florida( Limited The
: White Mercerized MadrasWhite Indian Head --

Montgomery, L. &(;; N, 1$ In all the newest effects at well known staple for white

CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELINGATLANTIC prices to suit all. skirts. 32 inches at 15c per

COAST LINE 1,000 mile ticket good over 15,000 miles of ,'i yard. 'f r

MarahoU field provided In hla will railroad, embracing all portions of the South, on sale at all principal -------- i v

that the bulk of his estate should be agencies; at rate of $25 ei.ch. Limited to one year from date. of purchase. '

held In trust for bla two graitdtlons'until For full; complete: and reliable Information $
ouo of them la fifty ;years old. regarding rates White Linen. 'i

Marshall Fle418d t now twelve and schedules, Pullman service, etc., call on Atlantic Coast Line Agents +
bra brother Henry ten. Marshall will address $
or 41
receive tbree-nrtlis of the eHtate. An excellent quality fine A good quality close
FIANK 6. BOYLSTON, Diet. Pass. Agent, 13SV.. Bay St. Jacksonville +
all linen UNION LINEN '
$ weave light weight light weight
Portrait of Coro o by Hlmiif ._ \ Fla. .
It Eurico Caruso had not been gifted\ 36 inch; just the right weight36' inch; looks as good as all i

with have a mode wonderful bIB mark tenor as voice a car be oonl't.might W. D.STAlcK, Trav. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Buy' St. Jacksonville. Fla for comfort. Prices 5Oc and linen for less money. Prices j' I,

ja It Is.be employs bla talent for drawing W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Trafllo :Manager.Wilmington.. N. C. i 60c per yard. 35c and 40c per yard.BROSV.
caricatures In amusing hla frleada. ,

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J'1 l 1 Florida East Coast Railway.Local BR NNING '



Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1906. $ I

MEMUEft NEST: PALM I IiI.ACIIMEItCIIANTS' '
SOUTH-BOUND..READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND--READ UP. Lt DIES OUCFICCERS
ASSOCIATION:; $. p, ?

NG.89 No. 29 NG.78 HG.98
0.111 Dally STATIONS. D.lly O.lIy WEST PALM BEECH, FLH: ', '

: g'ptn;' 02Qnm Lv...?_.?............Jaekuonvllle...._._ .. .._.Ar 72.'pm 8 Mllm $ ll
Jackaonvlllo., Lv T 8 470u1
028am
7 2upfn\: 10 40nm :: :.:::::.:::.:::::::.uth: -.Sl. Au ua111a. ...=:::::::::... B m 7 4naln7ABpm ""' """ "' ,
1118nm ....... .._...... ... "" 8811m 641111'
8 om ............. ........__Rant flAnke' 8 2UpI 6 80llI \ r
00 m I r.. ....... .......... 'n tit a........._.. ............. v 4 bbpltt' 6 DAa01 ---- --=-== --- -- -- -. -
I -.S, \ Lv.".............. ........"..' Yalatku.............................Ar 845J..n. 0 611,01 -
....".,..... Ar......?..... .,...?..San Mateo.....,........_?....Zr ............ .6 15um !
15a 1D Lv..f' n Mllloo......................_.Ar V 26E"IU tn. == lr
9 ) Lv............ ..,......-Dunne--ila.Lv 4lioPI NtiamU Liiy
/ 1282p10 .. ..........."..?..._........Dupoot..H..H..H.... .. .2.pm 8 BOnIn1'IJ Ferry'. Peed. are het horaann 60mrueaad
11pm 1240pm
I 4spn' 11.pm .. .".?....._...............Ormond...?...?..?.............? /I4Ipm/ 8 00"11I1002pm y.re lure been ryxnl hl ,
121pm ..._.._......?.. Daytona ...,?_..................".. 845pt 447am, tuotr of exfaft develuVment-Loll core //n malting a wntuq tlala tnelC e7!!
The drawings with which he occupies 1 ...... Port o rail lie... _... ........ 8 85pt 4 Siam b all Mhennienare
10 1"1"11 20llpm 8upm, ...,...?.............. ............?.......,." 81h" 41nnm11TImm etxrlnliae In .moving
himself lu moments of leisure are .4.lpm Art....................... nkenueu..... ..?........... 1 001..11 Slop" oUa"tl.a a..i"l.laerre.a' )3pdt
sometimes rather rough on his friends,'' IIIillm 4 S11pm ... t ............. Orllll"o City............... ........\ V 12 b ol..U 8 Gilpin ) : ii; ii iiI
but they take them good bumoredly, all )140,01 (,,,...... ..... Orllne, CIl.r lIlIcllon ...............I" 12 45m] SLopm104Spin '!!!! .- 0.M. rEAAYa CO.,
O0)pm ? ?.. nw8mvrno.. .........,.............Ar or'I"D -r: .11011S Detrail,
the more BO l because he does riot) ;,hesitate 101": 40pm ".Y..........................enk:tlhl...........................Lv.. 2411pm 8 ::'0.0' Mick. 4
to caricature himself. Ha recently 11 61pm S lapin Ar.............................Tint.vlllo.......................... 2 Ofpm 800llm r.i t ,,
1 8110pm ..,........................: or ............. ............ v 11 Mom 6I'opii' /
drew a humorous sketch of himself. 11 loom ?
6 BOpll' 11 Mani Lvt.......................... 8.ofo! I.,..........,.........,....\Ar 8 1101"O. !
Lv..,..............,.......Tth ite... .... .... .Ar 20hpm 311am
Vlew of the Stanley Steamer. 12 11 Slam rpm 8 10l'n GlplU .. .........,................... "..... .........................Lv 1 2'pm' 12am128htC
At the automobile at Ormond. 86Jpm ............_.......... ........................? ,1727rm 2 '
races .... ................. ,1711m
1 Clam 4 2'm .................."...Ellu Gallio 1
Fltt., the Stanley steamer was drivenby 4 ...... ......Melbouroo............ .......... 12 87pnt 1 7"mI j w h o
I Hllm Supm .HH. ...... ....H.............. n 12 ntnmClaam : w, qN p I
8 _. ........_ .....Bobaatlan. .. II 620111 jI. a ; ,
Frederick of 101'10 .. +x
II. Marriott Newton Slam "
6 OOpm ... .. ...............St. Lucie ........................... 10 Slam 12001\ t 4
)lase. His most remarkable perform 8 01111111 61npm .. .. ._..........Fart 1.I.reo...... .................. .". 10 1SCn IL tOpmSSlam Round Trip Rates Via I.
.. .. ... ......Tlbbali6............. ..,......,_ 10 1 Ill'+ tit
e 87pot .. 'H _...t.............Eden .................?............. 10 180m 11 J lapntB40an I' aJC
8 MaID, 6411ptn Upm .. ..H.H..........._.........ensen............................. 10o..m lltapinB ( Louisville & Nashville
6 .. .._.... /jlu"rt./ ......?._................. 10000m 10 A'Iptu420ata
Glum 720pm 7pm ... ._..HH._. ...Hobe Sound ........................ DSlam 10201,111\"
.. w.. ............ .. 018nIn 1'CI' 'Iii
440,101 740pm .._ .......... \t'axtJuplter .. I3 ..L1roa.dThe S r ,
H.
.. ._ ....... ..... ...... UBOpInp t v X r
6lO0m\ 84 .. "...... ; __ 1Ye.0Pymllea.h-,,....;a..... 82tm! 9011.m Louisville & Nashville Railroadwill 1
a .. .._ .. .... ....... 8 1211m 8 SnpmB :
8 MaID"Oln 8 940pm Snpm> .......HH..H.H................hor6, Delray Lauderdale....?.......n........... .'. 7 >2aam>, TenrmU sell Round Trip Tickets from Jack- ( I
II........ ............... Dnnix '. 7 191111' 7 AOpm) shown dates indicated !
Siam 947plQ .H.? souvllle to poInts on
7 O'lliln 9 "ptn .. H.H........?.............Ilallaudale..4.. ... "," 0 Itla11m T HI'I'' '''

i Snaa 13 H'pni; Ar':::..:::.:::::::::::::.omm1.3llnmt.I... .::::::::::::::.'::::::::'Lv g Saam T M"OUllln ; proportionately low rates from ,
6nam .. .._Sepal. ....... .Mfunl .......................1.Ar.! ................. SGlpt"' other points.
.HH. ..... .................. 12 001'111
....._ ._ LvI.H..H..H.-.....Itumaatuad................. .ILV
10 Seam ? H. $30. 45. Paris, Texas and return. Tick.
Four Sailings Each Week Between
]t,15105l'arlor Care on trllln.211 and 79. D..lI'et 8100plng Can on traloa DD and 08. et*sold May 3, 4, 5 and 6 with final* ;

t Dolly except bunllny. limit May 15. JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK 'a,' t k
N23: I .1. $:20.40. Louisville, Ky., and return.
xt Sat. No,21 No.l9 Dolly No.n Ho.n MAYPORT BRANCH Dailp No.I No.20 No.22 eed4 Tickets /sold June 10, It and 12, with Calftnx at Charlc/iton, 8.C., both way*. +t ,{

Bun and Deily 'un... Dally Dully. J 6 E'' /Daily Daily gun.un Only. final limit June :33. By payment of THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IK THtt COASTWISE SERVICE '

2L! -;;; -20Op; 1000nLv......,.....Jneknonvllln.\ ...........7i -00;; -alna, 1001' -000p;; 0SOp96ap fee of SO cents, tickets can be extended THE) CLYDE NEW } MH.ANJNH SOLTIIRKX LINES q'lf' G
8MI'' UlCp .. ..._..... Jaokunvnle..an31' 81211112n! p 011.2p 0.12(0IOROp.72p ( until July :33.
6ap 8181'' aosp 100KI\ Direct Service Betwect.
_........ 112th" 800a,1220p1201.,8.101', / ,
( BSIIp< 2401'108110" ..... .....II"bllII..IICI1..1 IIllIn, 7SSa 121111\ 1Illp\ 8Ullp1060p 16.23.; Nashville Tenn., and return. JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE J
10Rp:! 7461'721Jp 610p anp 800pit00.Ar 24'p 1045,5 .....?.......... )["yport..T.v alen710n4soon) GOO:,_ 8201'' Tickets sold June 10, 11, ia, 18, 19 AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. i

AND STEAMSUf.P CONNECTIONS AT and 20 and July 5, 6 and 7, with final Calling at Charleston both way. .,' 1
fance
e PENINSULAR OCCIDENTAL Comp limit 15 days from elate of sale. By SKMI-WKEKLY SAILINGS.
for Southbound. From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Steall13hlps of the P. O. S. S. of cents and .
Close Connection Made payment feeof| SO depositing I Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville t
: ticket, same can be extended +
.
and Key West t
was big lowering of the worl ', I Havana until",September 30. CLYDE ST. JOHlv e RIVER LINEe '.
automobile record( for one mile to Each Week. 1665. Knoxville Tenn., and retuin. '
28 18 seconds. ThIs was traveling at Two Sailings Tickets sold June 16, 18, 19 23 24 and Between, Jacksonville and Stanford. 'I ,

the rate of over two mllea a. mInute.or Train Discharge: Passengers at Shlp'a Side. No Transfer 30 and July 7, 14 and 15. Final limit Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand) and i
at about the rota of 12TV4'' miles au Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River ,
Tim.. the time.lit wbleb trains may bo eipentwl toartlro at and dopar i days from date of sale. Tickets
hour. 'I Tables.bow .
from These the .evernl .m5lone but their arrival fur or any d"lIrture d..ht1or\ ot IIItY Silo. times.e'|UoucM stated..arlalatf I noCKminiiuemlioa / tborvfroiu. can bi'extended by payment of fee of Steamer City of Jacksonville / .. '
held rupuO.llJlo
be
"Old Kick" Lonitvrortk. DOl u tb'CODtpADY"' CO 50 cents, and depositing with special a appointed to*.II u toll ow.I Loavo Jackson villa, SniuluyD Tiica Information
The Nlcliolus Lon\!worth who mur- For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other agent.uutil. September 30th. ,., Botutmilepleave Sanfard.Abnuliiyi"iIn..'iluyi nn'l Fr dI\Y"', 950a.nt. '1

tied the daughter of President Itoose- SEE THE TICKET AGENT" 177.50. SUM Francisco and Los Angeles Southbound Holioilnle. Northbound .n r

lint volt' Is the fourth of his bame. The J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l.] Pas*. Agt., 5T. AUGUSTINE. FLA. anti return. Tickets sold June 24 to Leave Read i 30 down.pm ..... .......... .... .. ... ..... .... ..... ...Arrl .Head looam.PAIATKA nnJACK80NVirI.B !
Nicholas
tuoro Longworth Of whom ----- ------ ---- --- July. 6 inclusive. Final limit September 8 4S pm' .......... . ... .. .... ...... ..... .. ,. Le.ve8oopm
(is record was the great-great- ---------- >jw Liberal stopover privileges. S ooam ............. .... ............ ASTOR ..... .. ............ ..... .... H 830pra 'l' 1
great-graudtather of the prebent,bearer Passengers can go cm route and return .* 4 jo am ..... .......... ... .. 'f.FRANCI9( ......... .. ... ... .... .. II aoopm'I .. .
FAY S fO LE S another. .. ... BKF.BSPORD (Bt.AND)...... .. t oopm
Denver Ticket or PuehleoCol. Arrive jo.m.. ....... .................. .....BANPORO ................. ... .. ...... g 30amtft
SlId return. sold July 9th, 00 am.'...........,........................ESTEBPJ11SE: .......................... ....... 10 00 am y 1
to I4th Final return liuiir August 20.

'r 1Na Liberal Points.! stop-overs at Colorado Common General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 ,W, Bay St., Jacksonville. (
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F. M. rR"'f: lO""UIt:1t.: .Ir.,A.'C Uoo'11.' MH Airt 11 West Bay "it,.lark>ioii\lll8. Kin" $ h hy
Type- I $32.10 \ (,I. C001'!>.IC. Jr.Freight\ C. 1': LO' ELL Sept,
FaySb- Kont f Hogau Street, ..Inomonvill Florida! r I' ,
I Milwaukee, "Vis., and return. Tick- A.C. 1IAUEHTV, Cie.i'l East'o fiu. .. Act.. New Yoi It. CI.YOB, ;Ml I LNE, Oen'l Ft't A it,.N. T
and a/ Final VHKO u. t-ctfll!; VIeS Pretiiluut" nndt-enfinl ll1llllcr,
,I e lH a eta sold j\nguit to, 11, t
at9, I. return Hunt August: 31.I Gunarnl )iUce\ ", PI6rau, North: Rl\ur, Nuw A'oik fli"n in''h.' 1I1111t""I\dwaY'I "

''I I Daily .,May I5th to September 3oth 4. \ i
,[ lacluslvo! hound summer tourist
l i'tickets will be on sale to various re-

C 1 ,i'aortfl. rl\Full Information schedules: timetables GBUDDED Mulgoba Mangoi
etc., will be furnished on opplication .

K I to O. E. HeaBlNO Largest Collection of Crotona In the United States. ?alms, <
fla.\ PlIss..A/ent/ [,.&1'1. k.R., Phyllan.

Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the Market I' .. Il8 W. Hny Jackaouville.FIa.St., thuI, et.o. grown All*potgFown.on! High Spruce Full Pine Line Lantt.Citrus Address Stock )'


Shift Lightest Running; The Champion Spee.I Writers of the World 'JOHN B BEACH.(: West Palm Beach1, Florida

Lightest In Pensncola thau"an, other single make B. McGINLEY .
'u.e It. :More. Fay Slioles used ) | J. -- -- ---- -


See it Before Buying. ;. F Funeral Director CITY MEAT MARKETT.

A. BEASTEU, Proprietor. y
of the iiamo. His eon Thoraaa had R. C. 1AVIS, State A {en(.
!a Iou named Nicholas who was born and] I Florida irud Weslern'Meatq'1'oultry, Onme and Eg.l.; {

I to ITSa boll* ,ado found the family CHAS. B. KENDALL Local 'Agent : Mall Orders ReceIve Cartful Attention.
fortune. u. ttlad'in Cincinnati be- WEST :PALM BEACH, FLA
, the Tropical Sun, Embalmor Jeffer&on Block WEST PALM :BEACH:
.dame a Jawyer.". ''bought land and die.w'or'th .l IAt I --- y ''sy
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shoutllSiN1UOlIQ) an.! the largest! n
tttpayer. but ow,Jn the,United State//\, Doth IIcens9tlbl the $tnt"to embalm
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I {ii:rt.');:.<' :;:: '. About_ the City Dragging :: SIRKINCOMPiINY :

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II ,,IId, I Ii"" I d tin, "':' .> I 1ld, I, "il Mian \n's ri,i '18,ii :'I'(I\\/--h,.,\\/ lift on this I ,."', i I i
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i ,I II< i II i 'I'hf.i -d.1 I 'i\ In the ell,\'. unrnlntb, li ;tin loi" n\ civil to filemlsat Pains I ---. IF YOUR FEET HURT

i 1'onlr'' .lpo,i4P. ( 1"(: A, JlcybOl, ol :Miami. IXntouiiUliiuii Hl'l'o\\ i .

Is -i"('inline,, a few days hero looking .Sonalui' mill Uis r1 Hudson! and. are a symptom of we most 'serfon* I sH5is.hnve r a

aft, i Ills oiiin u grove "J"ldl'l'll, Itfl last night for Pine Bluff trouble which can attack woman, See ANTHONY:

m \1i' .1.I .V, :McDonul: I ]pf'i id )(,lilf'l'<1u}' ,\il I 'in upend the summer;-Miami via: falling of the womb. With tbU,) advanced from ,

i on i he East Side. Inning diino up :V: ',\s generally, comes: Irregular and painful S..
30 TO 50 PElt; CENTStill
11'0111lIal1ll: oil .th. I iimming train l I".i:ii ,\1 i '1', Reybold, formerly of periods, weakening drains, backache I We Claim]
headache, dizziness IP we are reudy to slaw you the
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ftlthH Edna Perry of st. AiisiistliiP. ilils dIy, but now of West; Palm nervousness I
ti, ritabmty, tired feeling,etc. The cure is newest; styles of Spring
1\s \lsltlng her aunisli'' henry T lunch Is In the city today greeting very "AnthonyaShoes

Grant and ,:Mrs Thomas .1. Campbell. 1'1"1 knds 1 and transacting business and Summer::!
9 i, Miami l \retiopollsMi "
Llltlo .Miss:\ Chll'nllUlPlIou loft Silent Salesmen.
w SHOES and OXFORDS :
R. left thla 1'/ :,
Wednesday, night for Key West, where : and Mrs A Beaujon ECarduiThe I 1.II .-
morning for New York City where II Why P (Ilat. .
ttm weeks
she will spend 'o or loin OF nt the An mo. old prices
with re-lathes. hey( will spend the summer,, They Hecause we give-honest ,shoe! leather-value.

expect to return earlier In the fall 2nd. Because we know how to fit your feet,

,Fianklajewshl went lo JUIkRon"IIII' : this season than has been their cus- Female Regulatorthat W. L. Douglas'Monarch WE CAUBY SlID Ed IN,ALL WIDTHS AND SIZES and when
and will perhaps
ibuinday night
tom for the past several seasons. we. once' fit a foot properly our shoes tben do the "Silent:? Selling '
fora
cuter MnsHey Bimliuws College
4 term 'Sir Benjamin Cook left this mornIng wonderful, curative,vegetable Pats I

for New Yolk, from which place tract which exerts such a marvelous
The regular monthly buslnesB meeting all female
he will sail for Porto Rico As h is strencthenlng Influence, on Queen Quality
of the tonja Club will be held at organs. Cardul relieves pain and
been stated Mr Cook will take chargeof regulates the menses It Is a sure
{ the club looms next Tuesday evening -
a large orange grove in Porto Rico and permanent curs for all female at just what they ire marked. IAntho X".6rOS.1
His family nil! remain in West Palm complaints.At .
1; Edward Carlisle left Wednesday Beach for the present bottles.all druggists and! dealers In 1.00 Prices $2.50 to $5.00Clothing ,

night for St Augustine, to enter the
j morn
:Mr. Harry P Redlfer left this
i employ of the Florida East spat: .
,,. Ing for New York City and other
Railway "I SUFFERED AWFUL PAINIn Take advantage of the Merchants' offer and come to West Palm' Beach
northern to vacation I
points enjoy a I
itlner"i." my womb and ovaries, writes Mrs.
Alderman Oeo. W expected which will extend far Into October. Naomi Bake of Webster Grove, Mo.

home from Cuba In a: few days, During his vacation he will pay a "also in my right and left sides andmy at closing out prices.
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and will remain In Rest Palm Beach visit to his native city of Baltimore menses were very palnf. lD*lrreg- rWest
t ular. Since taking Cardut I feel likes
for some time. where he has not been for something "
new woman and do not suffer as I did.
"If your feet hurt, see Anthony," like. fifteen years. It Is the best medicine I ever took." Top= ShirtsS l -

Is the title of an interesting advertising '
,Mrs. S. Bobo bean and children of P'DDDDDU UUUDDm D 4. Q
( the. fourth
tI story published on
,/ ,:Miami arrived Thursday morningand $1.25 .
b page today remained: until yesterday with

L air. J. B: McGInley returned Thursday Mrs. Dean's sister, Mrs E. D. Geer AUGUST STOCKER ')

I night from Tltuavllle, where he They were elf route to Union City, The Sirkin 1

spent Wednesday and Thursday on Mich., to spend the summer with rel- First-Class Experienced Comp'yJeiFerson

legal business. atives and lends and left for that Palm BeachTown

The first meeting of the city councilfor place yesterday morning. Custom! ShoemakerFiBeBiotsaMStelaJBloOrta knock

June will be held next Tuesday Lainhart &: Potter have resumed West Palm Beach Florida

h' .evening, when Important matters con operations In the construction of sldewalka -

cernlng the city will be discussed In on Polnsetta street north of Lots.Choice .
addition to the regular online busi FOWLER BROS. & KING
i*,* Banyan and are now laying walks in
Wear Rubber Soles and Rubber
ness. front of the property of the Model
Miss Olivia Schultz, daughter of Land Company and the Florida East Heels for Comfort MACHINE SHOP .

( contractor E. Schultz, went to Miami Coast Railway. The work is being 1 Residence Lotsfrom
Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish and Shoe OAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Wednesday evening and will spend done under the supervision of Mr, R
ALL KINDS LATHE and SHAPER WORK
Laces for Gentlemen's, ad Ie,, and of
several weeks ad-..the guest of Mrs. W. Porter.
} Children's Shoes always on hnnrt.
r L. E. Hill, Second street. Miss Ponce bas not forgotten that Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR $20O up,

'Mr. Oeo. L. Branning, cashier of the Sunday will be the cbilrtrens' day. Call

Dade County State Bank, spent yes for pretty hats this week SALE one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

terday in Stuarti where he went, to Miss Grace Lainhart, of Palm Beach, Near Ferry Landing, Luke Front, installments, on reasonable time, according -
lay before the people of the pineapplecity and 'Miss: Crocker, of Seabreeze two GEO HASLEHURST & SON
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA to price of lot.
the advantages of the savings department teachers at Rollins College were the ,

of his bank. guests of ,:iMrs E. E. Rollins and >Miss Contractors and Builders For plata and full Information-apply to $

,Manager Raymond Branning, of the Florence Colmar, at' luncheon, on P. O. BOX 304 Great rush for those Dollar
ing Silver at Idner's. sterl-I WALLACE R. MOSES
well known dry goods firm of Bran-- Monday. Miss Crocker Is the Dean Spoons ,

ping Brothers, Is enjoying a two week' of ;Rollins College. They are both -.------- Agent Florida East Const Railway Land Department. ,

,vacation which Is being spent withIlls talented young ladles, and left for I
West Palm Beach and West Palm Beach Florida. $
wife and little son at the home of West' Palm Beach 'on ,Monday.-Titus''. Buggy Wagon Shop \ ,

her parents In Bartow.Mr. \ille'Advocate. % V

Casimir Majewski has gone to The Harvest Home basket picnic,, E. C. M AYN ARD, Prop.

Boston to accept a position with I a barbecue and fish-fry which was postponed i _
by the vegetable growers at ---- -.--_--- 1141
large bakery and manufacturing es
tabllshment for the summer.. He wll I Fort Lauderdale ''several weeks ago on Spring Wagons'Built to Order. SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO

return to West Palm Beach In the fal I account of the Inclement weather, will Wagon, Caniage and Buggy Painting and Striping a Specially, "
and resume his position In his moth_ be given next Thuisday, June 14th

er's ballery. and the public Is cordially invited to \ Only Best Materials[ feed and Expert Workmen Employed.All HOTELk DEH P 1 flDO

attend and accept the hospitalities of
The ball game on the East Side of Dade work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
one county's prosperous farmIng -
Thursday afternoon between two loca:I 41 A High-Class Family and Transient Hot'el.LooMed .
communities.Iany: attractinv Shops on Clematis Avenue, West of Track.
teams, the "Has-Beens" and the Railway between .
amusements will be offered, among Washington Rn.1no1l..11\ Avenue fronting on tho B1UI -iBnulovnrd
'Kids' ," drew quite a crowd from the ailjolnlnu tlio Cbloiitfu Cnli'entity.
which will be the novel feature of a
city The victory went to the "Has- turtle lace. Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People

Deens" but the "Kids" declare that .,..... GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER From $30 to $40 per Week.
they will do 'em up yet.
MILLINERY WEST PALM BEACH Twelve minute from; Dimn Town via IlllnoU Central Rnilvny.
-- All Tr ln. stop at 63rd< Street, to which all Baggage thnuM b. Checked.
I, Qtrs.!: J. J Herndon and children,, Saturday and Monday of every week
accompanied by ''Mrs: Herndon's mother will be.peclal sales day at Miss Ponce's Bus Trips toLantana {RDL1EVVIlaa| va, Pt>opl>l.t o l:*, |

>Mrs. Rhoden, left millinery and
Thursday morning VtV VVMVVVVlVVVWVtvtVt*
F for \lonl80, Ga., the letter's home
ANQIENT; ROME Baggage Delray
After spending a few weeks with her J _.
Is now merely a of the -
memory pest.B011ard's
mother, 'Mrs: Herndon and children l Wagons Eoynton
Snow Liniment is the foully
will go to ((Mayo: Fla., to remain a liniment Meet and : il
of the twentieth century A G. G. Strohm
month with Mr: Chauncy Company
post live cure for Rheumatism,Burns cuts, AU Other

Mr Fled Egerton, who went as far Sprains, Neuralgia etc Mr. C. II 'Run. Trains .
;
as Philadelphia on the ferry steamer yon Stanberry, Mo. writes: "I have Points

,,, Palm Beach, returned home Wednesday used Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN FRMILYGReeERIES
n and reports a very pleasant trip all pain. I can't say enough in Its

v up The Pam! Beach reached New praise." For sale by.A. G. Riegel. IF HEAtoams'S BAMPt.E,:; ROOM Fancy Food ProductsGrain

Yorkflast Monday and it Js said will ,
take excursion At 8:30: o'clock Wednesday night of
an
run to some of the
popular resorts near New York City. this week the iNetherby Hotel at Eden and Provisions.
l was burned in spite of all efforts to
; ,Mrs: A. Majewskl is making some ave it The hotel
belonged to &Mrs:
Improvements In the Interior of the N. Saunders, a widow lady of that Miller ,JEFFERSON BLOCK

old lunch counter stand adjoining her city. She had Just had the place fixed .
Y
bakery having cut a door leading liP inside and out and! hence. the loss ,, West Palm Beach, Florida
from the
which
store room connects
was necessarily
great.
UK two rooms. It la probable that an Blacksmiths 'f.V .
WheelwrightsHorseshoeing ---- .
Ice cream parlor and cold drink stand .
Remy Magnetos, fij.oo. Best made,
will be opened when the Improvements at Fowler Bros. & .

I to the room are completed. /' Kinx's.THERB gmwrnnmrnrmrommmw" " " '" "wnwmmmwmmmwmg" ,'?" " ?" '

Mr: J. B. ,:McOlnley, of the firm of ARE FEW

3 McGlnley Bros. Co., the noted awning I people who know bow to take care of : and General Re- Jle> J I > .
j ; iece1 J |i.
makers of West Palm Beach, was a themselves-the majority do not. The Work }armaey

t guest of the Indian River hotel Tltusvllle Ilher is a most important organ la the pair ,

a few days this/ week. He body. Herbine will keep It in condition, -y
I
.4 gave the Advocate office a pleasant V. C, Simpklns Alba Texas, writes: Manufacture g Solicits YOUR Trade. -

ft call yesterday ere leaving for home "I have used Heroine for Chills end of Tpols, a Specialty, -- -
Fever and find it medicine -
and said he had been kept busily engaged the best I
In a law case while in Tlttisville. ever used. I would 1 not du without it. Vrelght Paid One Way on Out-of-town Orders g We gIve' you Pure Drugs ak Moderate Isg
It is as good for children for
as
.-Tltusville Advocate. grown-up people and I recommeud Ibis it. Prices, put up by a Registered

,; Concerning the contest between the It is fine for La Grippe.For sale by I -1

I. Fort Pierce and '''West Palm Beach A, G. Rlegel. Pharmacist. =
I Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach -
a ;r baseball teams In this city next Thursday -
II ==
the Fort Pierce Tribune says: / I
| Try our Candy Soda a
1 \Ve hope ft goodly number of our Try .- and. Ice Cream ::::

townpeople will go down with the -- : -

club and enjoy the hospitality of that The Tropical Sunif H. N. Burhann, Prem E. A. Tldd, Vice Prea.V.. W. Tldd,Sec. and Treat, :: A. O. RIEQEL, ::::::


., ,?' are progressive going down town.with The the'baseball full determination boys- Florida Orange Grove Realty Co.. i_ Graduate New York College of Pharmacy a
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t to win the game and !second you want If you have an Orange Grove Grape Fruit Grove, PlieatpTe Grove 01 Lemon 71111IlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIII11111U' &' UIIIIAIia4IIIA11111111ULIUIIC. '
to have a good time under any cir Grove hat yon want to Mil, write, ns and we will show you bow WE SELL

cumstances. I Best of Printing GROVBS. No. 17
Reference: AtUntlcXatlnnul Bank ot Jacksonville. Jacksonville Florida





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