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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 23, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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(ciinffAMiM MIOM: ;' :hrNarRCIICdt'BUMaao/ :; : / : ..fella, i f }r.l r.J: von XX, NO. 31 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SATURDAY JUNE 23, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE NO. 1193/ ,t. I

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Mayor Issues Bond I Unsightly Buildings to be : : '. ii'

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Election ProclamationActing Removed Next Week .itr z J ri rihlr


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upon the Instructions of the there shall be held in the City of West W. P. Hatchett has contractedwith joining the store, on Olive street, will
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city council, which passed a resolution Palm Beach, Florida, a special electionto Mr. Elmer Schultz for the removalof be removed to the alley between Ban. i '

at its last meeting calling a bond election determine the question of issuing the buildings on the old "Beehive yan street and Clematis avenue, and the f + i
bonds of the City of West Palm Beach, Will Make and for ?
for August 7th, Mayor W. I. Met Florida In the sum of Seven Thousand Enginees Soundings Survey Dyke Corner," and the work of rolling the third building, a small cottage, will be

calf has issued a proclamation to that Five Hundred Dollars (7500.00) to consist Levels Next Week, and Land Will Soon buildings will be commenced early next rolled to the alley in the rear of Mr.i .,1

effect. of Fifteen ((15)) bonds of the par val. week. G. G. Strohm's residence.
will be remembered, the purpose of be Ready for the Dredges.Civil .
As ue Five Hundred Dollars .
($500,00)) The two-story framed building on the By tbe removal of these buildings, it
it to provide a fund for the completionof each, bearing date the ,first day of September corner will be removed to one of Mr. i iHatchett's is believed that it is the intention of the
the city sewerage system and the extension A D. 1906, payable iu gold
lots on Olive street, and will new owners of the Beehive Corner to
of ;
of street paving, and the amount coin the United States of America of j
the present standard weight and fine- either be located on the corner of Olive Immediately improve their property by s
of bonds proposed to be issued Engineer Franklin Sheen re- the levels of the dykes and make sound.
ness, Thirty ((30)) years after date, with and Banyan or adjoining the shoe shopof the construction of a modern stone 1
trill. complete this work which will give interest payable semi-annually, at the turned yesterday morning from the ings, but this will be short work and it L. A. Wilson, The small cottage ad. building.! { a '
West Palm Beach the best system of rate of five ((5)) per cent per annum, surveying operations southwest oF the is expected, that It will be completed p
and paved streets on the East both principal and interest payable at 41
sewers the office of city treasurer of the Cityof I city, where he has been engaged; witha In about a week or ten days. Then the I

Coast The south official of call Jacksonville.reads! as follows: provision West Palm that any Beach or ,all Florida of !said with bonds a force of men the past four or five weeksin I work will be ready for the dredges. As Supplies. for New Manager at s

may be redeemed at par and accrued establishing lines for the system of sonn as the engineer can submit his report ''
NOTICE OF ELECTION The ExtensionSome Western Union
Interest not sooner than ten ((10)) years dykes and canals that are to reclaim six as to the -soundings and other de.
Public notice is hereby given that a after date." :
Special Election will be held on Tues The ballot shall be: or seven thousand acres of land. tails In connection with the great undertaking A
of this the local
idea of the enormous extent Commencing morning
day August 7th, A. D. 1906 In the Pub For Bonds for $7,500 00 of E
Mr. Sheen<< informs The Tropical Sun which will show the class
connectionwith office of the Western Union
Fire Hall on Polncetta Street at West Against Bonds for he work now In progress in Telegraph 9
lic 17,500, 00 a
that the lines for all the dykes have and the extent of
Falm Beach, Fla.; the polls to be open and the "X" mark shall be placed to machinery required the building of the Key Weal extension Company passes from the management 11f
on said election day from 8 o'clock; A. the left and immediately in front of been established, a (treat deal of difficulty the dredging operations, the land companies of the Florida East Coast Railwaymay "Jimmie" Evans, who has been /la

JI. to suu> set. The purpose oi said whichever proposition the elector shall having been encountered In survey. will at once proceed to make be gathered from the following from charge for the past two years. Mr. '; ,$
election is to vote upon Bonds for Sew. elect to vote for. lug the west and south lines on accountof arrangements to secure machinery for ''phir.
C. C. of
of the succeeds
and is to I and cleric the Key West correspondent Easterling, Trilby,
er and street Imprbvements appoint as Inspectors res-
As stated the actual work of the lands.
the high water was recently reclaiming
bale accordance with the following resolution << pectively, of the said election, R. W. Times Union: Evans, having arrived in the city I
passed by the City Council on Porter, E. T, Williamson, E. E in these columns the north dyke will: While it is not definitely known as to "Tbe steamer Nubia arrived from on the early morning train. +'
Tuesday the mh of June A. D. 1906 in Schultz and C A, Lopes; the said inspectors commence at a point about a half mile their plans, it is believed that a great Germany last Monday with a cargo of As was stated in The Tropical Sun '
regular session: and clerk to receive for their south of the city limits and wltl run deal of the machinery will l be shipped several weeks Mr. Evans !''
barrles of cement for the railroad ago, youug
it the 5,000
be received by services the
remuneration
"THEREFORE same such )
as '
westward Tour and a half miles, passing here and that some of the dredging machinery
City Council of West Palm Beach. Florida officers for county elections. ; extension, and is discharging/: at the baa resigned his position with the Western
in regular meeting assembled this W. I. MetcHlf, through the center of Dimlck's Island. will be pot together on the Mallory dock. This Is the second cargoof I' Union here to accept a more res- l l !

!nth day of June, A. D. 1906, that, Mayor The system will then run southward ground{ of operations German cement to arrive here for the xmslble position with the same company -
an the 7th day of August, A. D. 1906, West Palm Beach, Fla., June 23, 1906. four miles, thence eastward four and a Mr. Sheen is firmly convinced that work in the harbor and vicinity. The in Atlantic City, N. J., and he left p ,
half miles. Surveys are now being the lands proposed to be reclaimed will '
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-- duty on the cement was over |i,6uo, for that city this morning. Mr. Evans yr
made for the main canal from the fresh. be .he most fertile in the State
among to return to Florida next winter ;,
band struck up "The Star Spangled There are several more cargoes expected, expects .Z
Florida's GovernorIn v/ater lakes Lake Worth which will and that the ] of reclamation
to says plan
Banner," and a crowd of the Great and the Florida East Coast Railway but will probably locate at some)
tap the latter about a mile south of the adopted by the land companies Is undoubtedly other
Camp review and others cheered the intends putting up a large warehouse at point.
Michigan Bingham property, pn the East Side. the! most practicable yet devised the
chief executive of Florida. an early date In which to store
Mr. Sheen expects to start out Mon in reclaiming swamp and overflowed OUTWITS THE SURGEON.A ;4
"What's the matter with the cement,
governor day with a force of men to survey for lands. been complication of female troubles, ti{ : t
of Florida ? called "The dipper dredge which has
of the enthusiastic
One of the Important events one with catarrh of the stomach and bowels r
nation this week has been the dedica- Maccabee. "He's all rigbt," shout -- at work In the harbor has been orderedto had reduced Mrs. Thos. S. Austin! of
of the of Modern Macca ed the crowd.Governor I the work at the upper end of Key
nan new temple
A. J. Holland'sMotorPlow Origin of theElectric Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplorable ,
bees at Port Huron, Mich., which auspicious Broward and daughter were ( Largo, and will probably leave this week condition, that her doctor advised an c 1

event drew crowds to the Michigancity escorted Into the hotel, Mrs. Graves, 44 Bug While at work in the barbor here the :operation; but her husband fearing fatal } t

numbering perhaps eighteen thousand Mrs. Meisel and Great Commander dipper dredge;( has deepened tie channel I results, postponed this to try Electric
Frances E. Burns, conducting Miss -- considerably, but the swift current
Bitters; and to the amazement of all who 9'
The Great Commander of the Knights Broward and Major Boynton and others Mr. Alopzo J. Holland, of this city The question bas many times been 'carries off the material almost as fast knew her, this medicine coinpletly cured<<: ), j, i. i
of f Modern Maccabees is none other than Introducing the governor to the assembled has been notified by'the United States asked as to the origin of the large bugs as it is dumped. She has succeeded in her. Guaranteed cure for torpid liter, i'' '

Major N. S. Boynton, founder of the delegates. Patent Office, at Washington, that pat. that flock by the hundreds and thousands building a bault about a hundred feet long/: kidney disease, biliousness, jaundice, 1

little town of Boynton, twelve miles When Governor Broward, arrived at ent rights have been granted to him In around the electric lights, and the and tea feet wide out of the water. The chills and fever, general debility, nervousness k R Ri

south of West Palm Beach. At Boyntonthe I the tunuel depot he remarked that Port the United States and Canada on his following letter from Washington' will suction'dredge<< which will take up the and blood poisoning. Best tonic i

Great Commander,. who Is one of! Huron must be near the north poleJ. model of a motor-plow. therefore be interesting: work will pour the mud on top of the made. Price sac at any drug store Try it. ? a i ii
the leading raternallsts America, owns D. Patterson handed him a rain coat Mr. Holland yesterday showed s representative U. S. Department of Agriculture, bank already made, and the results I i r p

fine Hotel property and other interests, and told him to keep it as long as he I of The Tropical Sun a drawing Bureau of Entomology, will show mush faster. It looks as if

mounting!! la( all to more than one hundred remained in Poit Huron. Governor of his plow which is destined to Washington, D. C., June 8, 1906. It may be necessary to build a retaining Enumerator .'

thousand dollars and there is a Broward is.a Maccabee and represents prove a great economical device among Sir: The Bureau of Animal Industryhas wall of rock to break the tides and hod

branch of his order of Maccabees In the tent at Tallahassee. He expects to the: farming classes. The diagram showsa referred to this bureau your communication the soft marl in place. The other gangsof Names Deputies (at: l

West Palm Beach. Major Boynton is enjoy his visit to Michigan and appreciated : plow chair which is similar to the ordinary of the 6th Instant, with inn. mm.in the harbor are drilling shallow I' .

frequently called "Father Boynton," his reception. plow at present In use fybovt closure from Mr. C. F. Hopkins, of St. places for rock, there being a large bar Mr. R. H. Seymour, the newly 4 '

tor the reason that he Is the father of *, < the center of the chair sits a gasoline Augustine, Fla., who asks as to the origin opposite the barrracks beach. The appointed census enumerater of Dade

the 'rder. Gov. Broward, of Florida, who was engine which'Is connected with the propelling of "the electric light bug" I note work here on the railroad is county, has announced his appointment s i

The most noted visitor in Port Huronat one of the notable guests at the Modern ; wheel by two substantial chains. your request that Mr. Hopkins' letterbe progressing slowly I and what work is of deputies for the several districts of _,
the great dedication exercises was Maccabee dedication ceremonies was atone I Tbe plows can be fitted( out with engines I returned to you with the desired In being done does not ,piake much of a the county, and the work of taking f

Governor Brpward;;of Florida, and there time engaged as part owner and varying in power from r 1-4 horse formation. show." census will commence next Monday.

lie met Governor Warner, of Michigan. captain of the steamer Three Friends in to 50 horse, as desired. One of the Important I I assume that by "electric bug" he I The deputies named by Mr. Seymour !

ft i Is said that Florida's Governor re- conducting filibustering expeditions features of the machine, and means the large. fiat waterbug, an inch Jensen Wants are as follows: Dr. F. C. Alcherlq Jupiter; '4

marked to the Governor of Michigan from Florida to Cuba, the uprising one that will serve as an Important laborsaving or more in length, that is so abundantly E. II. Dimick in West Palm Beach; W. t

not what the Governor of North Caroll- against Spanish rule furnishing him device, is its ability to plow attraated to the electric lights at certain Court House W.Blackuier in Delray; Mark Hardee ti _

ua once said\ to the Governor of South with a 'remunerative field ol operation right and left, dtatrloute fertilizer and seasons of tre year. It is the ouly Insect in Pompano; W. F. Young in Fort

Carolina, but something that might be which he was not slow to embrace. The cover at the same time. to which I have heard this name of St. Lucie Lauderdale; John Mulliklu in Danla;
construed as leading up to It. He said: fame of the Three Friends spread far Mr. Holland baa made several experiments applied. It is a water bug(, and duringthe Up in the new county warm these A. K. McMullen in Oju; J, S. Peters in

'It'i a delightfully cool day." and wide and United States vessels with his invention and says thatIt early part of its life lives exclusive. things are getting pretty Lemon City; C. W. Hill iu Silver Palm,
and it is said that Fort Pierce may
Governor Broward arrived In Port were on the outlook while the government comes fully up to his expectations: ly in fresh water, feeding upon other days lose, out in the race for county seat. Homestead, Cutler and other places lathe t
Huron last Monday evening, and was at Havana offered a heavy reward The plow can be manufactured- and aquatic insects and small fish. Upon I yet Homestead country; B. S. Potter l inCocoanntGroveCullenPeuceinBynton.
A Fort Pierce dispatch Thursday contained -
let with a great ovation. He was accompanied for the destruction of the craft and the sold 1 at something like $75, and he is reaching full growth I U acquires wings, tbe following: "Jensen will hold ; ,

by one of his daughters. capture or extermination of its guiding now in correspondence with several and then flies vigorously, at night only, up a $aoooo purse as an Inducement to Mr. R. Si Flanagan will be assisted by
The large manufacturing concerns who are over the land in search of some other two other in Miami and probably a
following extract concerning the spirit. Broward bad a number of thrilling secure tbe county seat. Ft. Pierce Is at men
dedicatory proceedings are taken from experleuces, but always managed to anxious to build the machines on an pond or pool of water in which to lay Ite present tbe temporary one, and the negro will selected to take the censusin

the Port Huron Dally Times last Tues With the end of the extensive scale. Mr. Holland is as yet eggs.>> While thus migrating it Is strong. commissioners have attempted to forestall colored (own. ,
escape. whether be will have the machines
undecided
dayHon. Spanish war, he settled down to the ly attracted to Jelectric light. It possesses Jeusen by letting; the contract fora 4
N. B. Broward, governor of peaceful vocation of operating the Three manufactured and put on the 'a strong, sharp beak, which will (7,600, jail, which action was lately en. A TEXAS WONrER. r ;, ,
Florida, accompanied by his daughter; Friends as a tow boat in and out of the market on the basis of a royalty, or sell inflict a severe wound upon the person joined. Assurances have been received There's' a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's

arrived at the tunnel depot at 6:10: St. Job's harbor, and in due tilDe was county and state rights. At any rate who handles it incautiously. from Dade county that tbe northern end twice as big as last year. This wonder is
o'clock he has an invention that gives promise Respectfully W. L. Hill, who from a weight of ,
Monday evening. They were elected governor of Florida, a positionhe yours of their county would be spliced on to \ 90
wet by Great Commander Boynton, has filled to the apparent satisfaction of great things and will\ undoubtedly. L. O. Howard, St. Lucie county, thus giving Jensen pounds has grown to over So. He says: \
Lincoln yield him a good, income. Chief of Bureau. "Ilufftred with terrible and t I
a
'cough,
The "
Avery
Oren; Carl A. Wagner, of the people of that State. governor central location.
J.,B. Sperry A. A. Graves Phil Hlger Is an ardent admirer of Bryan and lion. Frank Clark, Jensen may succeed In taking the doctors gave{ me up to die of Consumption ,x
DON'T I f
I'JD. Patterson, Wm. Canham. Mrs. declares that he will be the 'next Demo- r House.of Representatives. seat of government from Fort Pierce, I was reduced to 90 pounds, when "
Susie Don't let child suffer with that I began taking Dr. King's New Discov. ', ff
S. Craves and Mrs. Robert M. cratic Presidential nominee. your but it is safe to say that it will be a
Uei"l.l!" After Introductions the entire congh when you can cure' it with Bal Mr! B. D, Epps Is spending a vacationof long time before. St. Lucie will be able! cry for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. .

party were escorted to four automobile ROMEIs lard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure for several weeks at his former home in to claim any of Dade county's terrltoiy Now, after taking la bottles;I have more u
touting care Wand started down town. ANCIENT Coughs Bronchitis, Infiuen a. Croup Umntilla, where his parents still\ reside. than doubled in weight<< and am completely w
As the now merely a memory of the past. and pulmonary Diseases Buya bottle cured." Only sure cough and '
automobile containing Great it. Sold A. G. Riegel. MILLINERY
and by
is the family try
Ballard's Snow Liniment cold cure Guaranteed by all Druggists
Commander Boynton and Governor PARTIES HAVING MONEY TO and Monday'oreverv week
A Saturday {
Sroward reached the corner of Griswoldand liniment of the Rheumatism twentieth century.,Burns cuts B. B. Laughter.'Byhalla, writes: LOAN In sums of 12,600 to ''',000, on will\ be special sales day at Miss Ponce'smillinery. joe and f I 00. Trial bottle free.

.Tenth streets they were met by the positive cure for Mr.C. H. Run "I have two children who had croup. I one, (wo and three years time, on Improved .
city band and Company Q and the march Sprains; Neuralgia etc., writes: "I hav.t tried maay different/ remedies, but I city property, can get first FOR KENT.-Furnished cottage, \.4

to the Harrington begun.. The band yon, Stanberry. Mo Rheumatism and I must soy your Horehound Syrup Is the security and legal rate of Interest by W.nted.-Posl1lon as stenographer for summer or by the year. Excel

played' : "Dixie-: and several other popular used Snow Liniment for enough in Itl I best Croup and Cough medicine I ever applying to W. I. METCALF, and typewriter. Address P. 0. Box 568,,, lent location. H. P. McGINLET.. I
Mrs. The streets with all pain. I cin't say Palm Beach 33-tl 12-lm McGInley Brothers Co.
were lined A. O. Riegel. u* ." For sale by A. G. Rlegel. ma9tf Attorney; and Agent West
?*ple. Arriving at the Harrington the praise. For sale by I


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week from Muuni' where he bus bee \\ I Hilirstrttb'l J'I"IIIIIr.,
111 house :It tilltl> P of
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IMonevr Paper ui Dad County, Florida'. engaged for the past several weeks in 1 a"1190I Do ELboat
the Hue Luplc uu Montijunrtri: Ills i, n. IIlithliM IMi'iiilaiKTo .
forma The Tropical Sun this morning
-- -- --- house wnti his castle In the literal Reuse (II. H. III hlev math all otlinr, pel-HOIlM III-
PuUhnbtd Every Wednesday and SaturdayT of the word. It was difficult to obtain that be has resigned his position in the U'lH'MtGd:

WB1T PALM' ......OH. DAOI. COUNTY. fLORIO' admission, for the painter had an upper Magic City and will engage in tbe livery You lira hereby notlflo'l thAt a writ of at And Get in Ldne
window out of which lie always business In West Palm Beach, occupying turhment HUH hewn Issued! ntf nlimt you In the

looked when the bell rang and Interrogated bis old stables on Clematis avenue above entitled cauHO and your property bas
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 02.OO PER YEAR bcmi the demand ( W.
attached to Nat My n \J.
his would be visitors lie had a I IIIl1rrAtottl..r
which are at present used by the Wen ainountliifr to the sum ol eight
basket which he let down by a cord to
Palm Beach Livery and Transfer Com hundred and twenty-flvo dollari. You and
Tropical: Sun 'Polishing Copy, receive packages or messages, and he pany. JJr. Campbell will noon repaInt All other prtr.on. who are Internstc'd urn
dept in a wonderful swinging bed. huroby required to appear to said action hefnrefynld 'i
the building. and make certain otbe r
CHAS. B. KENDALL. Managnr. ecaorks
Illuminated
His house was a veritable museum, Courrat Miami Dad County. pi
Persian manuscripts being Improvements KlorlJn, on Monday, Supteinni'r Ord A. D.

Entered at the PomofBce/ of Vest paim Beach part of his collection. Some of these I'.lOt\ otherwise a default will be taken -'
ai ocondcUn matter were worth thousands of francs, but 1 It Miss Marguerite L. Jackson has re- against the dvfundunt In said CHUHPDated .
June lit, A. T). 10OOII ,
was impossible to persuade him to sol fort the
from
turned to West Palm Beach a protracted lr,
B. SAt'XDEBH,
of newel
post
of them. In place a
any
CANDIDATE. stay in Baltimore, Washington Atf irney for W. T, Hufft ttlor / I
THE PRIMARY on his stairway stood the prow of a
and other northern cities, and will .
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He cometh up like a flower and in gilded his gondola studio, ,be and painted, closely pictures Immured of again take up her residence here. Mil Witt's w Iti: Salvo

retireth from the race busted. Hi.. Venice and bade defiance to all who Jackson will resume her class in violin FOP Plies, B rna. Sores. 4thHatchettDa'Carnar

friends fill him with false hope and came to disturb his peace. instruction and has located In the cQt-
tage adjoining tbe Congregations
atmosphere/ lie awellelb like H toad Virtue of the Old Sod. church on Datura street.

and thinketh the world i is bls'n. lIe On the very rare occasions !batsnakes
have been found In Ireland: explanation ,:
emiletb upon mankind and eloppetl of the phenomena has always Miss Marguerite L. Jackson, teacher trt

over with bumqr. lie kisseth the been forthcoming.; One was of violin. Residence next door.to Congregational Hardware
brought in a bundle of shrubs, another church r Co.
children and acattpretb his microbe f
In a packing case, and yet another

among innocent baben. He privily this time a dead ooe-was introduced The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
by an English visitor. All have proved
cbewet'h clove when he meeteth a church gave 'a farewell re
a of alien extraction. Even science cannot J West Palm Beach, Florida
preacher, and as he converueth with! diHprwe the Irish belief lu St. Patrick -. ceptiou to Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Weath

4 as a pled piper. Here is an Incident erwax, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs .. n'.__ _.._ --..
and '
him he standeth to the leeward illustrative of this belief: A son C. C. ClillllnRwoith, last evening.) A _

curbeth his breath as with a strongbit. of Erin emigrated to Australia and large crowd was in attendance and avery t I -

his wife quickly made a fortune. 113 was bap eufoyable( evening: spent. As a t tWe're /<>O-O-O-O-OO-O-OO-O-OQ
,. lie !Roeth; home to weary
py except for one trial-snakes. "Oh, token of their esteem for Mrs. Weather
late at night with beery breath and for an Australian St. Pa trick I" ho wax, the society presented her with a nUIUHL\Un'l"S We.t1'ah" litmcli, June 1(1

Between moaned. And then came an Inspiration. Wailing for Youto
times
cold feet. He rlsetb up solid gold thimble.
He wired for a load of tho soil of old i
end hiketh forth without his breakfastsaying"IgotaseeamanP when he had strewn the
Ireland. Only come in and have a talk with us about
The precious mold around about his dwellIng The Women's Christian Temperance banking. Not that we want you to FOR THE BATH.

; could he sleep in peace I London Union will )>61d their regular Ijusinea learn the business, but because we wantto
deadbeat Ieth: in: wait and puheth{ his. Tribune meeting on Wednesday afternoon, July do business with you. We're proaperlnK BORAXO IB a highly perfumed soap powder for tbe toilet and bath.
and with increased facilities for One half cupfull), more or less, thrown In the bath tub will give one of the
He naileth 4th, at half past three o'clock, at the
leg to a queen's taste. a Paint Drn.b... residence of Mrs. Wm. Broadwell. caring for business want you to most exhllerating: baths Imaginable, and will leave the body with a dcligbtful

lie, but before election time he run Everybody paints whether he owns Prosper With Us. and lasting delicate perfume.

a house In the suburbs or rents a fiat BORAXO la found moat desirable, for all toilet uses. It be
neth short on nails. He giveth liberally \ may used I
in the metropolis. And what troubles The ladies of the Baptist church are Banking) with us doesn't mean "get-
for washing the mouth and teeth.
to the church, be eubucribetb: a the mind most Is the disposition of the planning to give a "measuring; party1 rich-quick, but a steady, healthful freely (
of wealth. FOR A SHAMPOO small quantity/ of Boraio
growth use
; apply directly
brushes when the Job Is partly com- next Friday evening at the borne of the! ,
goodsum to the band, contributed pleted. Some folk leave them in the pastor, Evernia street. The public are Anything In the banking line can be to the moistened hair; rub briskly. A delightful!: cleansing lather Is qulcu-:

to the poor whoae barn was burn, he paint, some wash them in turpentine, cordially invited. safely done through us. Will be pleased ly produced. Follow with a thorough: rinsing.It .

aendeth, Bsmall keg hither and large some soak l them In alcohol, some Immerse to see you.DADE is put up In one pound decorated tins with full directions for use. '

them In linseed oil. An authority .COUNTY STATE BANKWest Price 25 cents. ,
keg thither, he ;yiel eth up his subs advises all amateur as well as professional NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSYJ.

painters to drop their brushes Waterman, Watertown, 0., :
tance with a apparent alacrity. Palm Beach, Florida. .I
Into a bucket or bottle of :water and Rural tree delivery, writes; "My daugb .
After the election he froeth (behind forget them. When needed again they ter, afflicted for years with epilepsy was I L. VV. tJUKlvrlAKIJ

the barn and kicketh himself tea ret 1 1hU will be as soft and pliant as when cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills. She PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FINEST t GROCERIES

hair and called Ho'ttt'rdam new. I have tried the trick and can has not had an attack for over two years N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed.
himself a recommend It-New York Press LslW.
fool Ocala banner. Befit body cleansers and life giving tonic -lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books
-
pills on earth. axe at any drug store O. CIIILLIIfGAVOKTll
The The fire Hoo.o.which of destroyed furllament.the old \ C. ooo a oa:o-o-o'''o o'o-o-c za'o-o-o-o-o-o

Congress is beginning to realize houses of parliament broke out on,Oct ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR

that the country and especially theSouth .the 10 1831.palace The of Westminster present building, was, termed opened LOW RATES TO West Palm' Bench Fla.nrx Broadwell! l & Moore

is entering on un era of on Nov. 4, 183 2. It stands/ on a bed of >. o, cumuii

concrete twelve feet thick and coversan Southern Registered PhortTIocists
waterway transportation. It is Dot Railway.
area of ulna statute acres. It contains Attorney and Counseilor-ut-Law

likely that any appropriations 1,100 apartments: 100 staircases/ WEST P'\.LM BEACH, FLORIDA Agents Biltmore Cream and Oliver's Candies

will be made at this session: for the sages.and two The miles groat of Victoria corridors tower and at pas the $32.40New H. 1', UUANNINO, Out-of-town orders are given prompt attention

quick Improvement of the uuliori'b", southwest extremity is 340 feet inheight Haven Conn., and return. Tick
J Attorney and Counsellor-dt-La\\\ Manufacturers of the and must. effectivR
rivers. but the proposition will be a ;; -LouUou Standard. eta on sale June 2-g, limited June 9. strongest
(Ortlce over Bank)
vital one when Congress! reconvenes! Sharp and Well Set. Extension June 30, 1906. Stop-overs, WEST PALM BEACH FLA, HORSE FLY REMEIY
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
The opening; of the Panama Cano The mistress of the house was newly New Vork. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL on the market. SPECIAL PRICE PER GALLON:
Installed and looked It, but she had

will prove the greatest eventcora clearly defined Ideas on Industrial $35.90 tr c. uoouM.,0 Jefferson Block v, WEST TAL31 REACH

mercinlly, in the history of the South, questions, and when the man who hud "
called her to the door asked for a little and Ticketson PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Boston Mass. return.
and the rivers of the South should be look- A07s071o:103/05to3/o7e07aolaoSaoL07to lao /owowo ;owowo owo it o 0.O AooKokokol
something to cut she Immediately sale May 31 to June iS. Extension Oatue over Porter's bicycle tore, WEST i orottororouokoltoltoltultortotROttultoROROIRO1EOroKOtoR
in shape to take care of the great: ed toward the wood pile In the yard. PALM BEACH. I Ie.ldence near Royal CO
July 1906. Stopovers, Washing ,
IS
"Well." she sold, "If you will get that t>oln<.tuua Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12-1 o* .11
commerce that will flow through the ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New to ow a1 00
ax""Oh B. POTTF.ttiU.: t>.,
bi>? waterway once it is ready for I shan't need that," the man York. Rv tlotfo 0" 1 t

interrupted lu a reassuring tone. "My 8- 8-98 WEST: PALM BEACH. FLA. 10"0 00
business. jThe question is removed $14.65 .11
I teeth are all right 00oo
l from the realm of politics, and DENTAL
Asheville, N. C. and return. Ticket 25 SINGER
SEWING
because of this fact of both Her DeareHt WI.h. 1>It.R. JLlII.\CY 1)R.JN.FEWMAN
Congress
; sale 16
limited
"Darling" be said, "now that we are on June 7,8, 9. 14, 15 ,
I political parties are going to joiu married, what 1 III your dearest. wish?" June 27, 1906. Drs. MAtr & NEWMAN

bands in providing for sufficient confiding She gazed look Into and his said eyes: with a sweet, $20.40Louisville DENTIS1S IIMACHINES II IIto

Office in Jefferson Block
funds to develop this latent resourceof "Tlwt you will try to have the jew- II
Ky., and return WEST PAI.M BEACH FLORIDAru.
eler take this engagement ring back so
the nation. Already there is a Tlcketsfon sale June 10, II. 12, limited Ho 00
you can get me one with a diamond at L. LIUUY .11oc
strong sentiment in Congress that least half as large agafti." June 23. Extension July 23, 1906. 2-3

an increased appropriation for the $23.35 Dentist 22Ho iX"
Inexperienced. Oilloo Fiut door went of Dado County State o ,
purpose of developing the country's If eat all six of these J;
"Johnny, you Hot Springs, Va., aud return. Tick Hank 01
waterway would prove one of the apples you won't have any appetite for eta sale limited WEST PALM BEACH, FLORDA 1 1H'o
your dinner. on June q, 10, II, June Are "Tried and True" We sell them ou terms 01KO

best;; investments: the nation could It is needless to state that it was 19, 1906. -- o :v 01KO

make. Johnny's bachelor uncle who made the $16.65 Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS I5ss -$3.00 per month-that you cannot afford to be 01'o

J remark. No mnn with experience in without on A. You can save the cost! of one by

IMPORTANT NOTICE. grocery bills would have made such an Knoxvllle Tenu., and return. Tick- 01KO
error. making your own aqd children's clothes, in lens 01k'o
r' The voters of Florida, who will be ets on sale June 17, 18, 19, 23. 24, 30, S3
limited thun-a year-less time than it takes to for it. 01ft'O
0 called upou to act on the propose!! Br Heart. July 7, 14 15, fifteen days 23 pay

kk Drainage Ametidment to the Constitutionat Gladys-How is it one never forgets Extension Sept. 30, 1906. \ S3SS- We carry them in stock. Call and wee them. Ol
a love affair? Aggie-Because that Is Qe 0,1
the November election are hereby
$14.65
Machines
for
!something you always learn by heart ,la lIt rent by the week.
notified that printed matter relating o.

thereto, with accompanying map of the Illustrated Bits. Asheville, N. C., and return Ticn- ftoS5 .0 01

first drainage district, will be promptly There Is only one sort: of love, but eta on sale Junel26, 27, 28, limited Y KO 01

sent to any address cm application, by; there tre thousand different copies of July 10, 1906. 23 I KO

postal card or otherwise, to the Florida : It.-La Rochefoucauld, $16.35 23H o.of;
Bureau o. ':
News Drawer 257 JaCksonville. ;; .0

Mouteagle. Teun., and return. Ticket OP \\'We Are After Your 'Furniture Business." 01KO

I Mr. Harvey Wofford left last night LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT. on sale June 29 30, July 3. 5, urn S*

for bis home fh Woodruff, S. C., to For twenty year W. L. Rawin,of Bell, itfd Aug. 31, 1906. Extension Oct. Doors Sash, Hoo" ------------ ----_ ___--- of

r spend the summer. Tenn., fought nasal ca t.irrh., He writes; 31, I goo. NoN .
,r
"The swelling and soreness inside niy Blinds, MouldingsAND ire

PINEAPPLE SLIPSOr none was fearful till I began: applying 32.10 -- OJt' McGINLEY BR: r.S. CO.
/ '" Million of the: best Slips in 0.1
Rucklen's Arnica Salve to the sore sur- Milwaukee Wisconsin and ? turn. .
Florida. Original stock imported face:tbiscaused the soreness and iwelllngodisappear Tickets on sale Aug. rt>, n, u, limited Building Material, 1 01
from Long Island (one of the Baha- 25OJt Opppsite School:1-IoUlge): ; fi 0
: never to return. Best salve Aug. 22, 1906Passenger CHARLESTON, S. C. 01
man In 1903. Will be taken from In existence ac at all Druggists.' and Ticket office o '" ,i t .J.11. ?.' \/

fle-l'ii In perfect condition loS W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. '" Lam' Largest Factory South. *o 0 v '," ,,::i "4 t\;

Will .,all] any number, In car lots, Send' for Price o. 'IS' 0V;
MONEY TO LOAN. J. C. LUSK, Hop
at $4 "'O. F O. B., Delray, -. '
YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT District Passenger Agent .0
i.. U W. BLACKMER, Delray, Fla. von want to Improve and need money 011\ I 0.1

'. to do It with apply to Geo. G. Cuirie, L. A. WILSON 1ao1.o31okle11o:1o71e11o31e7to71olto5ao okoroatOROltoltoltoltoltOko.>"tidKOxOat0at0AtOtt01t0.101GOte0kOk01t01t0ataurorurOrurUrur' lO
.rW"' _
IA HELP IS OFFERED West Palm Beach. Summer Excursion Rates :;:.
UrACTUI1ER or

f f W TO i arnestly WORTHY request YOUNG all PEOPLE young: persons THERE ARE FEW Via Boots and Shoes West Palm Beacli ,Buggy and Wagon Shop

people who know how to take care of
no nntti how limited their
them.elvet-the majority do not. The Atlantic Coast Line. In All Kinds of H. C.
means or > duration who wlsji to ob- Repairing Leather MAYNARD, Prop
liver is a most Important in the

i tain a thorough business .training and bcd,. Herbine will keep it organ la condition, Summer excursion rates to all sum Good Neatly Done, ;; Spring WaioM Built to Drier r
a I Jod( !position to writ by FIRST )
V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas writes: mer excursion points are now on sale

!0 mall for our GREAT HALF RATE "I have used Herbine, for Chills and via The Atlantic Coast Line. No trouble'to Indian Tannedand Buckskin, lr. Wagon, Carriage and Buggy painting't

OF.'En.Suce.. : Fever and find it the. best medicine For ; best
I answer questions. rates, reservations and itripinjt vecialty. OnJY
"' lnd pen ever do It.It or any communicate Horsehide material used and expert
fortune are. guaranto ed. Don't delay. is as good for children as it Is for with Shoes employed Alt work 1

Write today. grownup people and t recommend It.n FRANK C. BOYLSTON, : guaranteed' to glsatisfaction. ..

{ THE OA.-ALA. BtJS COLLEGE Is fine for L. Grippe." For sale by District Passenger Agent, FOR TENDER FEET: .*

Macon Oa. A. G. Riegel. Jacksonville, Flal.t" Olive St. North ot New Jefferson Bio 'Shops on Clematl! Avenue! ,, West, of R.anWay Tracks

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North Carolina and South Carolina] '


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Route of the Dixie Flyer" 65c per yard. i

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CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING, prices to suit all. skirts. 32 inches at 15c per 1 11 c
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ATLANTIC COAST LINK 1,000 mile tickets good} over 15,000 miles of yard. ''1 '

his railroad, embracing portions of the South, on sale at all principal : do ._- I {fI I

agencies, ; at rate of $25 each. Limited to one year from date of purchase. .

fought the Barbary pirates and performed ./ 'or.full, complete: and, reliable' information regarding rates : $ White Linen.
ot Tripoli! the deed 11 heroism .',
whlcli Nelson declared the moat daringbe schedules, Pullman service, etc., call on Atlantic Coast Line Agentsor

bad ever Is fourth known.In descent Tbe present from mldilpinan him.- address r i An excellent quality fine A good quality close weave ?

FKANI{ C. COYLSTON; Diet. Pass. Agent, 138 W. BajrSt. Jacksonville ,
weave light weight all linen light weight UNION LINEN ,k
Herbert II. D. .'..Iree. Fla. ..
TIle nr, St minister ot the United 36 inch; just the right weight 36 inch; looks as good as all "

States to the new kingdom of Norway, for comfort. Prices 50c and linen for less Prices j
Herbert IL D. Pelrce, came Into prominence W. D. STAHK, Trav. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Day St. Jacksonville Fla. money.

during trio Portsmouth peace W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington, N. C. 60c per yard. 36c and 40c per yard.

conference lie was then third assistant 1 1I
secretary of state and was iu """ """" """" """" ""'"" """ """'" ""'"




Florida East Coast Railway.Local BR NNING I BROSa"



Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1 1966.

MEM HER \\KST PAI f BEACH
SOUTII-DOUND--READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. mnll-IA: ASSOCIATION:; :; \ LHDIES'. OUCFICCERSWEST I
/( r $ i
/4 No 29 No. ; No.99 J

'iI, Da", STATIONS. Dall, Dilya PALM BEACH, FI.A. I

: a Lv... ...._................Jeekaonvllle....._..?..?........At 12r.pm 8 Mom $ .
gpm 9 rom ....._..... South JacluonvlU..Lv 117pm 847am
7, 2oum:' 1Y oam lxam .,.??.......?..?.?.....81.,.flaatinge AlIlu lloe.. ___......_. 8 1 81pm 5pm 8 1 40nm 4r.om ..t"""'' '' vI '"" V"" "' /''''''''''' +I '''''''''"'' +t' uti411r 'Y"Y! ter lY'e' i"II 'Or Y'''''' vI7Y Qa1r t/ ,
!1.!bspm 0spm' 11 &mm = :::::::::::=:::::::-Eaa Pstutka' ::::::::::::::::::::::: : g 2'pm, 6"aonm .

JI.m: n 00 m Ar............. .......... u xlka..... .._....... 8 060m -- -- ---..----- .---- ---. -. -------- ---. ---.-- .... .. .--.--.-.
? ? -L p p5pm
7 4Opm 11 loam Lv.......................... Palatka................... 6 Mom
9 25pa1 .. ... Ar.... .... ....._...SOD MUleo.,.....,. _.........Lv ...... .. 8 150m
.................. A'I6sm Lv.....?..?...................San Metes ..........?................Ar 9 96pmO ..................
12 82.m, v.....................?..,. ........................... -nopm 5 Axnme
i'lpUl 1240pm .. .................._... ... lIpont._...._.........?. 4 2Hpm 880all"
9 I 1 18pm .........................'Ormond.,...._..._?....?.?II 8 r.fopm 8 oollU\ t 4r
10 Q.pm .._...._....... Daytoua .__..._....._." 846pm 4 87111 n Iia')
lO ipm 128pm .. ..?_ ............... Port Oraulle....._............... s 85pm1o
e5pm 200pm Ar.......?.................Tew Smyrn"......-................ 16pm 4 lbaIn
11 plum Ipm ...................... Lake Helen.................,... v loopm 61r.pm
11 zam 4 6pm Art...... '............ Orango City.........?.... ........ U Wpm 8511pm
_!!...L::11m_' 500pm ....,..... Orange city Junction ............... u .rpm 811<''pmI ,1,.kesurea,, )' I

1 7 I IOpm: 24upm 1Opm: ''v.. ::::::::::::::::.:::::::..New.nutk SIflyn5 Hill. ::::;:::::::::::::t..: 8 OSPU errm: : 0emu yuNy7! they Wb..were.lyour r6uherpi time beet on tim 1 1p h, 6Etwti
11 611'10 8 IGrm At..........................?Tlnrrdllo........................... I S Warms market; ::but.: eey have aen Improv jA
'l1lOall1 8 rj...........................San"'' (ur ..................... t v l fiFii,m-n p Ins ever .In.e... w. Bra, UI"'rta Intlnrver
of the entertainment of the vla- Wpm ........................tA If 10nmTfll and ve .ble 8. lo.
charge 6 30pm 11 Mom Lvt ................. ...... Sanford e.. [ 8110pm IgoeNeedAuouun lrull"blur
lUng Japanese and Russian diplomats.He II\Hn\) v........................... ft"evl ... ....... ... .Ar 2 Ohpm 00mn trotrd,me,.M all apylloa11u.' ,
In 12 Slam IIII'm ....................... Cocoa. ..........._.....,Lv.. .1 2.pm. 222nm D. M. FERRY a CO. Detroit, Mich.
was born In Cambridge, Mass, 12 Slam 85-1pm .......,........,....Rockledgo......................... 120pm 2lxxmI01am
1854. Is a graduate of Harvard and also 221m ..............?.........Eau[Ual1l.. ....................... II 124.pm 147cm118am '
.. ................. ...... ...a12: 87pm I 87on! I
studied at the Royal School of :Mines 4 8 801lm __......... ........ltlbo\1roe.b".tllln.....................?...." 11 Slam 12 5IIum24HI1m
1 Seam 1111'01
? .... ........................... 10 IlHam 12oo't
London In 1894 he was appointed secretary II oom\ ............._...... St Lnrle ro. "'ace ,
of the United States legation at g 05em g 11pm A7pm : :::::::-::::::.::.:...Tibbalit.ort Fierce...:::::::.::::::::::::::::: :: 18 m: H 6M1pm tepm::: Round Trip Rates Via
80,05
BL Petersburg. ___....... ... E.I.n ... ........ .............M" 10 linen 11 16ptu
8 84011 8I\I1m 641pm 64apm .?_.........._...?.....Juo..... ......_................... II 100Wtm"" 11 OIlpm Louisville & Nashville
Mom II 117pm K ............__. .8tllart.........._.?_.......... 10 OOotm 10 llpm.2ORm
King Carlo of Portoval. 8 1 Wlpm _.........__......Iobo Bound ....................,. ? 9 Slam 1U 211plea '
King Carlos of Portugal is fat jolly 4.. 7 Wpm ....._................\I't Juplur! ...................... .. 845x1 91Anm 1001l OeUpma )pm Railroad
iSum
Desetssch
and a "good lIver. On, his recent visitto 4eana: 8 815))1 4lpm: :: ::::.::.:::::=::R'6s01'.., Boyntoa lm .......:.::::.:::::.::::.:::: 8 21111;} : a Olpm,: The Louisville & Nashville Railroadwill
Mam 8 Wpm ..........._...... Delray ............,............... S Slain 8 Wpnta
Forts there was much! feasting In 8 ................._..Fort L."derdale.-. .. 1 2riam 1 50111a sell Round Trip Tickets from Jacksonville
his honor It Is a custom with bin majesty 4x,11 910pm 9 _......................._ Donia _...._............'. 1 loam 1 501'11' shown Indicated
7"Dl 7pm ........................Usllxndals..."...................? 1 001..11. 1 8Upm to poln'ta on dates
never to* drink twice from the 7 OOam 10 958pm' ... .__.............L.1I101t Clty. ..................... II 6 4x111 1 Fpm ; proportionately low rates from
7 88ll1tl 2I'pm ....................... ..'Lv S 85,11 1 05pln
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same glass. Unaware of this royal Ar.. ....__....... .llixml
Toni 10 Wpm ,,...... ............... ....,............ 8 (Opnl1080am other points.
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whim, President Loubet, on famt din- 8 OOom ..._...._ Ar=........?_....-.... ... ........................ .................. 12 WuPufret ) = $30. 45. Paris, Texas and return. Tick. Four Sailings Each Week BetweenJAOKSONVILLEa

Parlor Care 00 train 29 end 78. Donut Sleeping Cars 0. train Ool\n.I. 9R. ets sold May 3, 4, s and 6 with f.nal

t Dally except ijundl1Y. limit May 15. NEW YORK
e'ZJN0.10No7 :
PP -r l No,18 No.10 No.20 No.22 Ful. |:2o.4o.; Louisville Ky., and return. 4
.
ksLB No.21 Dell t No.15 MAYPDRT BRANCH D rally and Tickets sold June 10, II am] 12, with C., both way. I
\ l// .nd Dilly Daily Daily hn.JL THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN TH: COASTWISE.SER7ICE
I S... Dilly loo Daily Dally Bun, .!' ,. final limit June 23. By payment of

_.-2001'-1000a L..J.ck''n..me' ............ 7Ma -840% -1001' 6nop !07: V90xp fee of 50 cents, tickets can be extended THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES
91Op!! S45p 61121' 8161'1\\lOp' 208p( 10011"" ...,...Bollth J..k.oavme..Lv 68m, 882,112621' 1162pI U', until July :23.; Direct Service Bet..eeLJACKSONVILLE
Ii lOBO1211'' 150p\ 2 tOp10! aOR .?.........ll.blo Dexnh.'s.. 620A N0ns 12211"" / Nashville, Tenn., and return.
\ ..... ....AtJllnllo 1Iuoteh.... .. : 6WpIpB80 $16.35. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
alp
q 'w f i 1085)IOWA/ 720p,461'' '' 855p SlOp 9 2t oop pIIO.,11 OOe" .tr.....-.......... llsyp .............Lv 610011 76X 12 / : Tickets sold June 10, n, 12, IS. 19 AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. a
'yh
1 r4r OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AI DUt.MJ and 20 and July 5.6 and 7, with final Catling at Charleiton both way.. 1
PENINSULAR AND SEMI: .SVEEK/.Y SAILINGS.
1 'f limit 15 days from date of sale. By Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston

j 19rj Close: CODDectloD Made at A\laml with Steamships or tile P. Ii O. 5. ,5. Company fOII payment of fee of 50 cents and depositing Northbound 'From foot of CatherineStreet: Jacksonville
ticket same can be extended

7 f w e, I Havana and Key WestTwo until September 30. CLYDE ST. JOHNS, RIVER LINE r .

Knoxville! Teon., and retain.
Sailings Each Week. {16.65. : Between Jacksonville and 3anford.
Tickets sold June 16, 18, 19 :23; 24 and
115 t p Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfer 30 and July 7, 14 and 15 Final limit Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereslorl (DeLand) and
Intermediate Landing on the St. Johns River
which trnlni may be etpeoted to arrive at nttr] dc]>.iir 15 davstfroin\ date of sale. Ticketscan '
These Time Tablet show tbe times at .4 I la net "''.\1'" I
Omen itai If'
the of Jacksonville
l arturo'at" Steamer
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from the several itacloni. but their arrival" < .. cuimequuuuuHnrLtinf tbtntiii. be extended by payment of fee of City
.
or
any
Dot li UiUCuiupanyio be held poa.lblo for soy .IIIY' 50 cents and depositing with special I appointed tojall mi follow! Leave Jackson villa Similar*.Tue.'lny*und Th a radays1ao i: p. mKutnrnlnv ,
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARli or Other Information"SEE agent( until September 30th. I' leave ianfordMomlnya] We'tioailuya and. Frldnjfl, 9:811: n. m..

THE TICKET AGENT." I775V. San Francisco and Los Angeles Southbound % 8 ih.Mlule. NorthboundRead .

!tag with the kind made no provision Asst. Oen'l.. Pass. Agt.,. 5T. AUOUSTtNE. Fl..\ and return Tickets laid June 24 to Read 8 dawn rat ..... JACKSONVILLE.: ..... ..............Arrive oo a\am\> ,
for It In consequence the jovial expression J. D. RAHNER, .. --, July 6 inclusive Final limit September .'. i>30 p ... .... .... .. ......... ..,....Leave oo pm I
I o* King Carlos noon turned to .. -- -... -----.------------'- --- 15. Liberal stopover privileges. M J 45pm ooatn ..... .... .. ,............ ASTOR..... ......................... ; >' H 30 pro I,
one jf 111 concealed rage. After that Passengers can go on route and re- .* 4 jo am ... ...... .. ff FRANCIS.BRP.B9FORD ........ ... .... ..... .. 3: oo pro
meal the president paid a visit to the FAYSHOLESAcknowledged turn another. .. ... .. ; (OBC.AND)...... .... .... ... >' i oopm
butler nn arrangements for frequent change Col. and return. Ticket sold July gtb, .. 00 am......................................E.NTCnPttlSELeave ,........:..... ................... 10 OO au I
to 14th. Final return limit August 20. r
of glasses! during his majesty's visit. Liberal atop-overs at Colorado Common General Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
Points.
Vo7age of /h. UJuu. r.n.iRONgUYuENJr..Au'Ian'Peas I ) Agt 121 Went Buy Jnckncmvlllo" fU., I '
The W. C b. COOI'fcK, Jr. FreiahCAKU' C. I'. LOVELL Supt.,
sloop Ojoa la not an Imposing $32.10Milwaukee toot, o( Hognn street .Incxirativille, Florida r
'raft but under the skillful guidance ray- ki11 A. C. JlAUE TY. le1 Bu ;'n *-n 0.. Act.. New Toik. CLYDE MILKE. Oen'l\ Fr't Ag. N. Y +
of f-aptaln Uoald Amundsen she has : |. etc Wis., and return. Tick. 'vn EO 1.. KUKK, Vive 1'reiulant und Gennral M:in.iicmbenornl
Final
sold August 10, ii, and 12.
jjccomplhihedtn. feat that other vessels 1 y t return- Imlt.August 22. l ILI) 001-, Ploiflfl. North< Rh or. Jfc.?w, Y'rii-k 101111" ,,'11.700' Bi milw r.
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*>< the 1
itteranted In vain ,
namely
Umgatton Daily Mav 15th to September 30th, (
of tho famous northwestPaB88ge Inclusive Round trip: summer tourist

SlioIV tickets will be on sale to various re- GRAFTED,

sorts. Full information schedules, timetables BUDDED. Mulgoba Mangoes.Largest .
etc. will, be furnished on application
TN to G. E. HERRING, Collection of Crotons in the United States. :?alms.Phyllaa-
Fla. Pass Agent r..N..R."'- .,
I f ffa Best Machine on the Market ItS W. Bay St., thus, etc. All pot grown. Full Line Citrus. StOCk
be
toLightest JacK ouvUle.Fla. grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address

The Champion Speed d J I. JOHN B BEACH .- West Palm Beach Florida ,

Shift' Lightest Uonntoe. singletmakeorlprse _______ _
other McGINLEYFuneral -
it: :\lore Fay-.holes need In POIlIsacota tbaolanr: : ; J. B.

Before Buying. CITY MEAT MARKET
See it Director
T. A. FEASTER, Proprietor.
N .,
R. C. DAVIS State Agent.: and Florida sad Western'' Keats I'oultry, Game and Ecgs.M .

CHAS. B. KENDALL, Local Agent, i !l Orders Receive Careful Attention. '

WEST PALM BEACH, FL A Enlbnlmerj WEST PALM BEACH
At the Tropical Sun, Jefferson Block ,

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bneet bill t rrou h the Ice fields. '
nf I but full great: white north. The GJoq Is for the Sun nod prepare bodies. for shipment. TROPICAL SUN Finest Line Job Printing

? seventy .fee long and, though so Subscribe Lady assistant., : ,
:1111. WM able, tae Make her way "
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Mi. IL [ Mi-flint!, of IHhnspun! .".
Local I i Happy ,
ntf3rest
\\Ltlniiil in the cn\ on business.! i SIRKINCOMPANY ?t tI

:Miss llf-t \\',ilrriol Jupiter, is the

i me, lot of green cuu3Ireshandsweet.p I. guest of lirr sister. Mrs J. O. Chentham. Home I
p I,iiKiWin) th Proclm-e] Co 2t Carroll 1 I : \ 1
M. : ,
Mi. J a prominent grow-1I I

1\11. I. H Hurton. \ i "mmi.iit rmviol r (,", <,,1'i W\"'An. spent Thursday' in the j To have a happy home IF YOUR FEET HURT

bnsiee.; ',.
l'el1'l.l"ptlIt n nithe.ity"business. 11 Ut\ > 1
you should have children.: ] I SHOES
Mrs 1 Helows! of Rockledge,: In tillKUCSI I
They are great happy-home Jisee
!Musters Jeff and .-".n'', i .imtvr,1: of Ml ( of relatives in the cilv, and wUl ANTHONYVe.
aim, are visiting fl.i n''I U m ihe city for ,,''clld souse time with Mp. M. 13 Spencer: makers. If a weak woman, I from
have advanced
4 low lays. and family on the East Side. I you can be made strong

Miss May Gould, of/ Si AiiKiistiuehi Miss Pence, hag not forgotten that I enough to bear, healthy children I 3Q TO 50 PEn CENTStill ClaimtiAnthony

lieen the guest of :Mis. B, B. Poles Sunday will be the childrena' day. Call with little pain or dis- we are ready to show you the .

scvLTdl days this week. for pretty hats this week. I comfort to youselffcy taking very newest;styles of Spring:: ShoesARE

\lderman Thas. J Campbell came up| Little Catherine DuCamara who has I and :Summer:

(rum Miami Thursday' to spend a few been with her uncle and aunt Mr lud I SHOES and OXFORDSat t Silent,'Salesmen."

dui) s with, his}family 1o re. Mra.J. G. Blgelow, has returned to her; WINE

The H[U'hctt-Daciimi' : Hardware Co: home In Miami.-DeLond Supplement. CARDUII the name ofj l prices. WhYP'i

ar offering firework lui the Fourth Miss Josie Lindley left Sunday for OF let. Iteunude we give honest shoe leather value,

See their ad. on second! pa>ie.Mrs New York and Lake Cautauqua. She i 2n.l. Because we know bow to fit your feet.

Gcn. Haslehuist\ left Thursday will be joined in Jacksonville by the I I W. L. Douglas WE CARRY SHOES IN ALL WIDTHS AND SIZES ami wt, 1

morning( for Melbourne to visit bet Misses Erhart Deland Supplement.A I Tonic for Women we once fit a fopt properly our shoes' then do the "Silent:::; Sellint

daughter, Mrs. T. C. Nicholson move is being made to get up a I I I Monarch Pats 1 ; ,
It will ease all pain, reduce
'l your
Reports from the camps of the Key wet and! dry content in St. Lucie county Inflammation, cure leucorrhea, '

West extension operations bring the intelli and It is said that the temperance ele- (whites), falling womb, ovarian Queen Quality

.:ence that little damage was donein ment there is sufficiently strong to put I trouble, disordered menses, backache Anthony Bros.
headache, etc., and make
tli,it section by the Icppical hurricaneof up a pretty good fight.: I childbirth natural and easy. Try It. at Just what they tire marked. I ,

last Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Z, T. Merritt has gone to Buffalo,, At all dealers In medicines, In
N. V., where she will visit frlrndsseveral I 1.00 bottles. Prices $2.50 to $5.00 Incorporated
Mm. A. Majewnkl opened her ice
' weeks. Later 02 she will be joinedby I
and nnch rootft Wednesday
cream parlor -
Mr. Merritt, alter which: they will] and
Merchantsoffer
CAKDUI
TO
in the room adjoining the Mnjew I "DDE m. '
visit Mr.! Merrill's old home In Ken- I Take edvantage of the to West Palm Beach $
two weeks Ciothilig
Is baby girl, now
ski bakery. The room has been neatly I my
refitted and attractive tucky Miami Record. old,"writes Mrs.J. Priest of Web-
presents quite au
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Iowa. "She Is a fine
ster City
Manager R. R. R. Branning, of the .
appearance. healthy babe and we are both doing at closing out prices.
dry goods e tablisbment of Brannins:
I stilt taking Cardul,
Mayor and Mrs. \V I. MetcalC left cicely. am
Brothers, has returned from a two and.would not be without It ,ID .
Thursday morning for Jacksonville,,
weeks' visit with big wife and little son the house."
from which place the latter will leave Top Shirts -
who are spending tbe summer with theFormer's
for her former home in Oblo for a pri- .Jtt. Jr" QDJ
patents la Bartow. D.mWl. r.d
tracted stay. Mr. Metcalf will return i

iu a few days. Mr. C. W. Lee, of Miami, Is spending 2 for $1,25 -

Mr. Spencer Lainhart left this morn- a few days in the city, and is the guestof I AUGUST STOCKER WWWWWW 'WWWWW

ing for PoughkeepsIe, N. Y., where he Mr. and Mrs. E. Schultz Mr. Lee Is a
will enter the famous Eastman Business one of the pioneer farmers' of the Miami First-Class Experienced The Sirkin Comp'yJefferson

College for a thorough business course.: .. .section and owns an extensive I 1

He expects months.to remain la New York several from truck tbe and city.fruit farm' about' six" miles ,Custom ShoemakerFiiieEiolsanastiisMaieloflrief West Palm Beach Block Florida West Palm Beach


The union religious services will be The progressive little town of Delray

held tomorrow in the I. planning to celebrate the Fourth of j Lots
evening Congregational TownChoice
church, when the public will July in a very fitting manner. A liberal, FOWLER BROS & KING 5 ,

have an opportunity to hear Rev. S. S. sum has been raised to defray the expenses Wear.Rubber Soles and Rubber

J Gibson, pastor of tbe Baptist church, of the occasion, and/ many inter. Heels for Comfort MACHINE SHOP
whose time it is to preach. eating features '11'11be\ planned for the Residence Lotsfrom

e Remy Magnetos, $15.610. Best made, entertainment of the visitors, Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish and Shoe OAS ENGINE REPAIHS A SPECIALTY
Dimick L. A. Laces for Gentlemen's adies' and ALL KINDS of LA THE and 8HAPER WORK
at Fowler Bros. & King's.: Capt. E. N. J. Grier
Martin and other business men are Children's Shoes always on hand.
Rev. F. W. Weatherwax will deliver $200
spending today In Stuart!,having gone Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR up,
Ills farewell sermon as pastor of tbe 1 ,
to interest the people of that pros-
'Congregational church tomorrow morning up SALE one-third cash balance by semi-annual
perous section in a ne..countv road ,
and will la few leave with
a days
leading to the Okeechobee country. Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front, installments, on reasonable time, accord-
his family for their new home in Fayette, GEO. HASLEHURST & SON
this
the evening.
They will return to city
Iowa, where he has accepted. the pastor .- WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA ing to price of lot.
While tomorrow will close the .pastorate -
of church. Builders
ate a Contractors and
For and full information
Owing to the heavy rains and the of Rev. F. \Weatherwax' with the Great rush for those Dollar Sterling plats apply to. ,

consequent wet condition of the grounds, Congregational: church The, Tropical P. O. BOX 304 Silver Spoons at Idner's. WALLACE R. MOSES
Suu learns today from the church officials ,
the baseball game between Delray and
that arrangements are now being -I Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department
for Thurs
West Palm Beach, scheduled I'
day afternoon, had to be called off. If I mud*! for a temporary supply until the In West Palm Beach West Palm Beach, Florida.
another
church can secure pastor.
the weather conditions permit, the game
ao far as possible the regular; services ""
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afternoon.
will be "
played next Thursday "
will be continued every Sunday, during
Tbe regular semi-monthly meeting of Gasoline and Oil
unti is called.
tbe summer; or a pester DeliveryCARL
the city council will be held next Tuesday 1 ._ ""' -,,--
evening, when another important Hon. Frank Clark, Member of Con-

+ session is expected. Among other matters gress from this the second district, has' KETTLER, Jr., Prop. SUMMER HOTEL. CHICAGO

to be considered will be the ordinance notified tbe Miami Board of Trade of
granting a telephone franchise his acceptance of au Invitation to be Having bought from II. C.: DeLterry the city gasoline and oil I-

which will come up for Its ''third and present In Miami on the occasion of the delivery, I hereby solicit the patronage of the public In West Palm HOTELt DELL PRFWO

final reading. I''anniversary of the tenth birthday of the !Beach and Palm Beach. Prompt and free delivery, and courteous treatment

Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Gruber are anticipating city July 25th. Congressman Clark Isone to all will be my motto. A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel
of the ablest orators in Florida and ,
.
a pleasant outing at Mont- his\ visit to Miami on the proposed gala I Want Your: Trade. Located between( Wilmington/ ;rod Madison Avenue, nimUiii; 'n i> '" M
,
1'eu and will leave for that \
eagle; n", Doitlui mil, tiriJolnitiK tlie Clilnitgn Unh'etettJ.Parlor .
doubtless be catd.
event will a drawing
.
resort
popular at an early date. Mrs. ,
and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People
,
Gruber and children will probably Batteries and Complete Launch Sup.
BAKER'S From $30 to $ Week
GEORGE TRANSFERWEST Ao
spend the entire summer season in Tennessee plies at Fowler Bros. & King's.It per

while Mr. Gruber expects to remain Twoliu minute. hen INnrn Town "m flUiiuIn Ontviil tlnllwny,
PALM E3ETAGH
that the enterprising
for a few weeks only. Is reported All Trains top at 63rd Street, to which all Baggage Ihuuld be Checked
people of Stuart will make a concentrated -
Bus Trips to B AD1.taVYIUSB\ Va, PropfUtOI-,
The people residing in the Orange effort to induce the officials of

Glade section, south of Miami, are soon the Florida East Coast Railway to rb. and Lantana, --- --.

to have the convenience of a free rural move their freight and passenger divis-

nu.delivery service. An examination ion point from Fort Pierce to Stuart, Baggage "" Delray, ---, "'''

for three carriers is to be held in Miamion and' It is farther stated' that the railway Wagons Boyhton

the atsl of next month, after which officials will! seriously consider the proposition Meet and G. G. Strohm

the appointment will be made and the in view of the fact that tbe Fort Company

delivery will be mausurated by the first Pierce people were exorbitant in their AU Other .

Ii of September. The salary paid to car demands for land necessary for tracks Trains Points

and station site when It was proposedto FAMILY GR0SERIES]
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN
remove the station and yards to an- -

Miss Florence A. Crocker, of Worcester other point in the town. 'REE sAi\F>ieAtoms ROOM
Food
1 Fancy Products
{ Mass., terminated a pleasant
An accident which narrowly escapeda '
t'' visit with Miss Grace Lain hart Thursday -
fatal result occurred just before nine
morning when she left for her home, Grain"and Provisions.
o'clock last eight at the railroad dock. .
Miss Crocker Is Dean of the Women's
A party of workmen engaged In the
t Department at Rollins College, and is
construction of the Cluett residence on JEFFERSON BLOCK
also professor in history of that well & Miller
tbe East Side had been in the city doing
known institution. She has recently
some shopping and were preparing to I
beep granted leave of absence for a year's West Palm
return to the East Side in their launch.Mr. Beach, Florida
q study abroad, which time will\ be spent
Collins, of Boston, was about to
,r in Italy, France and Germany. She expects :- tJ
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start the engine and had a lantern near Blacksmiths wheelwrightsIiorseshoeing -----,,-,. -
to sail from New York in AU">4st. -
by which Ignited someeacaping gasoline.; -
t The local baseball team have accepted entire boat lo
In an Instant the was a .
'' '
i an invitation from the Fort Pierce blaze and .Ir. Colliua went overboard f- ;-;- mmmmmmmm'rmmm'! "rrnnmrrnnrrnnrryinnnurr'''

team to play the return game in Fort but not before he hfed been painfully .

Pierce on the Fourth of July, one week burned about the free and head. He and General Re- i

from next Wednesday, and it Is expect was the only one Injured, and Dr Hood The I1leQeJ pharmacy 1

ed that a large crowd of West Palm was called in at the Seminole, where the pair Work
.....
Beach will with the team ==
people go up injured man was .taken. Tbe wounds ,
11 on the morning of tbe Fourth and spend were dressed and the injured man Is :: Solicits YOUR Trade.

r the day in Fort Pierce. Special rail- resting more comfortably today and Manufacture of Tools a SpecialtyFreight :::
road rates will be In effect that day, and 3
will be out In a day or two. Little damage \

i tbe opportunity for the people of West : was dose to the boat. Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders -- We give you Pure Drugs ,at Moderate
Palm Beach to visit their neighboringtown "
+ Talking Machines and Records, all :::S
r will be a most excellent oat E Prices, put tip by a Registered
makes at Wiser & Son's. tt
'! Many friends on tbe East Coast will :::: ::4

gl be saddened to lean of the death of Mr. i Pharmacist.
fI Irving H. Welch, of Jacksonville, manager A HAPPY MOTHER Poinsetta Street North West Palm BeachH. E

; of the Southern States Land and 'will see that her baby Is properly cared '
Try our Candy Soda and .Ice Cream ,
i Timber Company, which corporation I d ( is .

owns something like a million acres of 'Racy. __

I land in Dade county. Hit death occur- and their mother on't know It-If your H. N.- Burhans Pren. I E. A. Tldd, Vice" Pros. W. \V. Tldd, Sec and Treas- E A. O. RIEGEL, :3
i. ed very suddenly and Unexpectedly In baby Is feverish and doesn't sleep at :

Bangor, MJch.j Tuesday morning, ..nd''' lights, it III 1 troubled with worms. Florida Orange Grove Realty Co. Graduate New York College of Pharmacy j j711II11111iJIIJIUIIJIUIIIIIJIiIlUII1II

caused by'appoplexy. Mr. Welch I White's Cream Vermifuge will clean out
had was recently gone with his family to these worms In a mild pleasant way. If you have an Orange Grove, Grape Fruit Grove Pineapple Grove or Lemon . 1 1IIIIIIIIUIJIIIIIUIIIIIII16I11I1C i i
Grove that you want to sell, write us and we will show you how WE SELL
Michigan to spend a brief vacation, and Once tried always used., Give it a trial GROVES. No. 17 Hogan street

after locating his family expected to return Price 25 cents at A. G., Rlegel's drug Returnee; AtlnntlcXutlona Dunk"r.'aoluoRvllt a Jacksonville F' rida

I' to Jacksonville. tore.


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