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 Material Information
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 27, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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1 .itoitn m'vi/. < news, d;:=: .:::::] vnr WUI A.A., flu.?. 83 WEST- PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 27, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE NO. /1195 'Jt t[ rida4t ll;''Yt+ I,M1f .' S

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Library Association \ Progressive Delray

I GETTING READY FOR


j Appeals to Citizens Will Celebrate Fourth t


''"iI 1 I SEWER EXTENSIONCouncil

1 The executive board of the Free to allow this most creditable institutionto Few Florida towns of its populationand 'Allen, W. G. Corfe, W. I. Huffatettler.

1 Reading Room, for the first time sinceits take on the first vestiges of decay.If size can boast of as patriotic and 11 a.m.-High running:. jump, prize;

organization, feel that they must ask tbose citizens who pride themselves public-spirited set of people as can (Del- pole vault, prize; hop, skip Bud jump, '

;t aid from the public. The recent storms on their literary taste and who feel Lets Coutract for Supplies to Local Dealer. ray, the progressive,farmlng community prize. Committee, Sam'l. Taylor,Frank I'1

3 have badly damaged the Readipg Room proud to live in a community: reputedto Telephone Franchise Sent Up to Mayor few miles south of West Palm Beach. Crego and J. G, Fenno. 1

and its belongings, particularly the be literary, aud who wish to main The citizens of that thriving town 12 M. -Dinner served at Coronado o ; }

- storm of the I7th, when the room was tain that reputation, will please go For Final Approval.When have determined to celebrate the Glorious Club rooms by the Ladies Aid Society. of '

D deluged, making it impossible to open down to the building where our Public Fourth in a manner most appropriate the M. E. Church. '

) its doors for the benefit of its patrons. Library is boused, they will find that and The following 1 p.m.-Greased pole, prize; wrestling
interesting. :
) After a serious and thoughtful inter the recent: rain storms have caused such match, Japs., prize; hammer throwing,
Chairman Idner called the be saving to the city to employ
J a great!: official of the exercises of the
. view, the board decided that unless the ravages as to almost discourage those program print; wrestling match, free for all, prize. '
" Is made waterproof !It must be meeting of the city council to order last Engineer Franklin Sheen to superintend day shows that those who visit the :town r
building in charge, and the eight hundred books Committee, Sam'I Taylor, D. G. Ten- ;ql ,,

abandoned. Men of ludgment and position that are there Inclosed are liable to destruction I night five members Aldermen Porter, the work of both sewers and street on the Fourth will not be without enter- brook and J. B. Rice. 3 ( 1P

I have been requested to visit the because of the soaking they received Campbell, Grant, Baker and Maltby, re paving. tainment: 2 p.m.-Baseball, five Innings. Prize ',,lo--( IY+

building and give their opinion as to last week. sponded.The The report was accepted and ordered 6 a.m., sunrise salute-T. H. Burton, to winning team. Lee Milton, Captain. (U j

>1> what is best to be done. It has been J G. Fenuo, committee. 3:30: 1'.m.-BOVb' and Men's too yard +',
The building in which the library is reading and approval of petitions filed. The council agreed; with the com
suggested!: that shingling of the outside maintained i is In need of repair. In 8 s.m., Grand Parade-J. S. [Sundy, dash, prize; girls' 50 yard dash, prize,
for building permits was the first matter mittee that it would be better not to let
will make it water- hat U
t of the entire building fact, It never did entirely keep out the I Marshall. Citizens in carriages, auto- f 5.00 ; three-legged; race, prize; running U

tight. The question now is, will the rain, and now that the library has become I i to engage the attention of the bOArd and the work out by contract. mobiles, jnouated, cavaliers, wheelmenIn race, boys under 14, prize; fat man's ;

t people feel that they can come to our so big, it is impossible to shield the following permits were granted: I Alderman Baker! of the rules and ordinance line, ball teams on foot, merchants': race, prize. Committee same as for U S

l aasistance financially ? Fifteen dollars I the books from the weather unless G. G. Strobm, for the reuioval of one- committee submitted a resolution exhibits and calithunipians. jumping contests.

been and others have Story cottage from Beehive Corner to Public schoolhouse -Horse race, fast horse
) has already given, 9 a. m., speaking at 5 p.m. prize; ,
something is done to male, the building!: authorizing the mayor to sign a
aignldedtheirwtlllngnesstocontribute. Alley No.2.Jeffersou park-Introductory remarks. W. race, slow; prize. "" Committee, A, P. } f
I
observation
water tight. The most casual lease to L. VV, Burkhardt for the use of I
Bids will be called for and all details will a't convince that Estate, for the construction W. Blackmer; prayer, J. ft. Leatberman; Hodges, J. B. Rice, Lee Milton and D.
I once anyone I the diagonal strip of land which has
closely calculated. of a thirty-foot addition, two stories, to singing of national anthems by the pea Tenbrook.. 1 ,s "
a covering of either weather boarding or caused much the
so controversy past '
t Work should commence at once as And the east side of Anthony's store, and pie; lion. J. W. Watson, Member of the 6 p.m.-SUPPER. r! '}
shingles/: ou the outside is necessary, two years. The mayor also presented a
f like conditions are liable to occur at any A few certain alterations in interior of bulldog State'Legislature; Mr. R.| H. Seymour. 7 p.m,-Balloons and fireworks. Committee y s
that the inside should be celled lease he had prepared for the acceptanceof
i time. Contributions can be sent to Mrs. hundred .dollars will do this. including the changing of the three the council. Free ceremony and prize of a barrel of F. E. Fennoy J. S. Wuepper and )

1 Olivia Burnbam, president of the board, store rooms tn the Olive street wing to a flour to any couple that will be marriedon I. B. Taylor, Jr, I
for the H. B. Saunders, in behalf of
or Miss Ellen Potter, treasurer. It is absolutely necessary kitchen and dining room to be used (or Attorney the: platform. Other local speakers. 8:30: p in.-Grand Ball, free. Under '; i
I Mr. Burkhardt then addressed the boardat ,
to ,
June 27, 1906. growth ot the library in proportion hotel purposes. 10 am.-Blcycle race, boys under 14 the auspices of the Coronado Club. 1J{ ,
I the growth of the town, that a watertight Estate for the removal of length, explaining. Burkhardt'sposition I
--- Jefferson years, two miles. Prize. Ladies' bicycle All entries for long distance race must
1 Dear Mi. Editor:: building should be provided for it. Huffstettler and Hough cottages, seven in the premises. It was shown race, one mile. Prize. Long distance be in by the evening of July 3rd. En. l'il' +

I If there is one thing of which West One has only to look at the damagethat ty-Eve feet from aidewajk of Clematis that Mr. Burkhardt had already removed race for amatuera open for all\ at tries for all other contests must be In
understand this his fence, and that he only asked
has been done to
Palm Beach should be proud It is its avitnue. 50 cents entry fee; nine miles. Prize, one hour before time set for coolest
I for the Same favors from the city that
Public Library. I venture to say that appeal. The shingling of the buildingwill Jefferson Estate, for the making of Royal Reading bicycle. Committee, H. Barbecue-All day.
.
had been other owners
also make it more presentable in its certain repairs to the one-story framed granted property
very few towns in the State of Floridaof the front Mr. Saunders stated ) '
proximity to our public pa rk. store room occupied by A. Stocker, on along I\\! "
the size of West Palm Beach have' that he and his client desired an amicable '
maintained for five In behalf of the ladles to whose untiring Clematis avenue. Said building to be Still Another New :
: Successfully years settlement of the question but that :
efforts we are Indebted for the institution lengthened to building line, porch to be 1: :
: such au institution. It speaks volumes of the in former 'II. I'11
city
I solicit subscriptions, whetherit torn; away and a modern front erected, by reason years Stone Business Blockcover f
: for the literary taste of the community. having granted permission to another
: Under these circumstances, and at a be in cash, material or labor, aud as a and certain other repairs effected.W. owner, adjoining Mr. Burk l;
removal of property i
starter I contribute 1000. P. Hatchett, for the
: time when our city is becoming more hardt, to use 25 feet of the street, the
: prosperous, (as the numerous buildingsin ; Yours Very Truly, framed buildings on Beehive Corner to latter's property was unquestionably It is learned this morning that Mr. G the entire lot, and will be uiode u" I
his lots Olive and Banyan streets. I
G. Currie. on
course of erection prove) it is too bad Geo. Anthony Brothers, for the construction damaged to some extent. Mr. Saunders G. Strohm is making preparations to in every respect, with a handsomely j

of a one-story stone building 50x83 said that he desired that the matter commence the construction of a two- trimmed plate glass front for the ground

I L W. Burkhardt feet on Banyan street, near city hall, .to should not be put in shape where it story artificial! stone building at the floor and attractive design l for the upper t''
W. F. HeckertIs could become political Issue at any
be used by B. F. Carter as a livery southwest earner of Clematis avenue story. I j
time and he showed that Mr. Burk-

Superintendent Improves PropertyContractor stable. bardt's request was reasonable. A and Olive street, and that the buildingwill The work of rolling the old framed
for construction
L. W. Burkhardt, the {
be erected some time during the buildings has been
I lengthy discussion followed, and the away commedced: \, q
of a new stone and plate glass front to
startedthe laid till the next present summer. and it Is presumed that the new building
the resignation Geo. W. Brown matter was finally over
-Commencing tat
July ,
; his store room on Clematis avenue.T.
The plans have not yet been drawn, will\ be commenced as soon as possible
of Mr. A. R. Beaujon, as superintendent work yesterday of laying a foundation J. Campbell, for addition of 30x36 meeting. x J
Alderman Baker submitted the following but It Is learned that the building will after the lot is cleared.
and secretary of the East Coast Electric for the new stone front to the gro-. to livery stable on upper Clematis ave
resolution which was adopted:
,
Light, Power and Ice Company, becomes eery establishment of L. W. Burkhardt, nue; also for addition to his residence at Whereas: it Jilts been reported by the i
and Evernia streets.
coiner of Rosemary
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effective About two weeks ago on Clematis avenue Alderman Anthony asked for u leave street and sanitation committee that one Old Fire HallWanted Bought Cold

Mr. Beaujon banded his resignation to The new front will be brought out to 01( absence of six weeks, and the same chief cause of obstruction and clogging\ ;
of is caused bv the deposit for School Storage PlantFaber
sewer ,
line with the Palms pipes a .
the board of directors in. New York the building even was granted.
of carbide and resuse from acetylene
City, and the same was accepted. Hotel, and will when completed be one A communication from the city attor- 1
relative to the proposed bond election gas plants, The board of trustees of School Sub. Brothers, the well known grocery
Mr\ W. :F. Heckert, who has been associated of the handsomest.! fronts on the avenue. ney, Resolved that all acetylene light man : +
was referred -to the finance committee District No. I are planning to secure and market firm, have just placedan iU
with the company for the past The wall will be constructed of artificial ufacturers or users are positively forbid
assistant succeeds Mr. e additional, room for the accommodation order for a modern cold storage plant l l
Year as manager, stone of ornamental design, and the A communication was received from den from titling the sewers of the city i

Beaujon.: Mr. Heckert also' assumes show windows will be of plate glass, Thos. Ilobsou and others complaining for such purposes under the penalty of i I of pupils during the approaching school of one ton capacity which they will place r 1

the management of all the locu] interests giving; a very attractive eff ct. The that certain private lots were being used prosecution for obstructing the sewers term, it now being evident that the new in their store at the corner Narcissus

of the late Joseph Jefferson, and work will be completed as soon as the by draymen and teamsters, and the communication and creating a nuisance I school building cannot be completed in and Banyan streets. The plant, It is i ,

while Mr Beaujon's resignation is not concrete foundation now being laid has was referred to the street Alderman Baker reported in regardto time for use any part of the term. claimed, will entirely do away with the
effective Until July jat, he being out of the paving of streets west of Ihe railway
time to harden. committee. The trustees are negotiating with the purchasing of ice and will serve as a cold
,
the city Mr. Heckert is now in charge had beer received i
I Idner & Son were granted the privilege that a letter ) city council for the use of the old fire storage for meats, fruits, vegetables/: and 't
of the plant and the Jeffersou interests. JUST RECEIVED. of selling fireworks for the Fourth from the Land Department' of the Flor. hall building on Polnsetta street, and if in fact anything carded in their line. I U

This information was conveyed in a. A car load of nice melons, which have ; of July. ida East Coast Railway suggesting certain the building is seen red it will be fitted The engine which is to furnish power '

letter from Mr. Edward G. Black, pre been placed on cold storage. Nothing Alderman Baker of, the finance committee streets to be paved, also asking for up with new floors and neatly papered, for the plant bas already arrived and is
idrnt of the and council of the
company general better than Ice cold melons these hot .reporled" that his committee bad estimates of their rroportlon so that a grade( may be taught in both the being installed. It is of the Moose type '

for the Jefferson estate. ; days. Call early and avoid the rush. held a meeting, wheu the, question of cost, etc: lower and upper rooms. The trustees I and 4 h.p. The engine will be used t.

Mr. Beckett was seen by a representative Lake Worth Produce Company. (;at; purchasing material for the proposedsewer Alderman Maltby asked for and was are endeavoring to secure a teacher for operate the large; coffee mill and meat v

of The Tropical Sun yesterday, to extension was carefully gone over. granted leave of absence covering a period each grade of the school: which will grinder. The cold storage plant is e.

whom he stated 'that the reduction in TEXAS WONrER.There's Messrs. W. H. DaCamara and M. E.Gruoer. of eleven weeks. necessitate additional room, and it Is. pected In a few weeks
prices for electric current, as planned by Grant of the street commit'
Bowie Tex., that's the two local dealers, were sent < Chairman very likely that the co-operative store
at ,
Mr. Beaujon, would go into effect qn a Hill ; This wonder is for and Infurmed that if their prices were tee reported that the work of cleaning building will also be secured for another Mr, J. W. Chambers, cashier in the

July ist, and it is hoped by the company twice as bTg as last year weight of 90 within approximately: five per cent. qf streets and alleys was progressing! term. office of the electric light and' water l
will be W. L. Hill, who from a ; been in
thatmany,; new customers about'all of them having put
would have to else. I works at Miami
180. He says: what the city pay company came up
added liberal reduce pounds has grown to over the. exception of ANCIENT ROMEis
,to their list by this good condition with
would ;
with terrible cough, and where for material], the committee Saturday and remained until Monday
tion. "I suffered a ale 01. ,\."uu"uutlol1. .-- .._.,-,-- purchase the tame at home. It was some wont in the West End. The now merely a memoryof the past. with his family Mr. Chambers aud his t h
to I
OUTWITS doctors gave me up force now engaged in that Liniment i is the family +
street was Ballard's Suow
THE SURGEON.A reduced to pounds, when shown by correspondence that since family will noon move into their prettynew
complication of female troubles, I was Dr. King's 90 New Discovery bids were submitted sumo. time ago section of the -city. lIe reported that liniment of the twentieth century. A bungalow now'' being completed on- i ,

with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, I began taking Coughs and Colds. 'prices had materially advanced. How the sanitary condition of the city was poaltl vecure for Rheumatism Burns cuts, the lake front north of the residence of

hail' reduced Mrs. Tbos. S. Austin, of for Consumption 12,bottles I have more ever, bids from the two* dealers were ,, never quite so good as at present. Sprains, Neuralgia etc., Mr. C. H. Run- Mr. Geo. W. Laiuhart, which Is one of

Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplorable Now, after doubled taking In weight and am. com opened at a later meeting of the\, committee Alderman Multby reported that the of ,yon Stanberry, Mo. writes: "I have I the moat attractive homes the vicinity
than to the sewer outlet at the foot used Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and
advised having made repairs of West Palm Beach!
condition. that her doctor an Only sure cough and and Mr. Gruber Among) othtrconveniences
operation; but her husband fearing fatal pletely cured.Guaranteed by all Druggists the lowest bid the order wad placed with Evernia. street had been completed and ,all pain, I can't, say enough in its to the new home is a uud
cold cure. tile main was now In first cla shape For sale by A. G. Rlegel],
remits, postponed this to try Electric Trial bottle free.PARTIES him!] The amount of the bid AS accept. and license praise. ern pinltry yard which was. built at a
and 'hOC. of the tax -
Bitters! ; and to the amazement of,all who SOB ed footed vp to 149786. The lowest Alderman Campbell cost of several hundred doUars. '.

knew her, this medicine completly cured HAVING MONEY TO price obtainable in April was f 1,394 *Ji committee reported favorably on of DON'T I 111 I

her, Guaranteed cure for torpid liver In sums of J2.500 to ''',000, on and the advance on material was approximately the request of Geo. Zapf' for double a refund assessment Don't let your 1 child suffer with that B. B. Laughter; Byhalia, Miss., writes: 'l !4
LOAN
kidney lm The committee reported' $40 for taxes paid on a when it with Bal. "I have two children who had croup. I
disease biliousness. Jaundice, and three years time, on ; $85. ordered paid. cough you can cure
.chills aud'(ever, general debility, nervousneb one,two can get first further that they had deemed it best not and the same was lard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure CorCouphSi tried maay different remedies, but 'Imust

and blood poisoning.' Best tonic proved city property of Interest by to advertise for bids fur the construction The following: salaries and accounts : Bronchitis, Influenza, Croup soy your HorehoundSyru'p Is the) '
made. rate ,
Price joe at any drug store Try it. security and legal 4
METOALF' of the sewers, unless the council should were paid: monary Diseases. Buy bottle best Croup and Cough medicine I ever
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'Batteries; and 'Complete Launch Sup. applying to W.Attorney I. and Agent insist, as It was !believed that it would Continued on ".Ir. and try'it. Sold by At G. Rlegel. used." For_sale by A. G. Rlegel. "rE

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Puragraphs ofjntjerest j- \Ir >,'("', 7 .ipf pent Thursday' m Mi- A THE i rJt'1 P" it'1l '.t : t

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'HUM I "0 i !busim'*'

Mi R. J Mtrlinii, of I IKIrii) spent ;,,""i,
Local I HappyHome I',
WidtuJtl! iin the ell, on ImMneoa SIRIIN M

Mii, Hea f \\ ili-r, of Jupiter, is the ,
J Ilt', lot ol/ ,(neu' cuiu trash and sweet.Vdltl t. guest of IHT) sister, Mrs J. O. Cheatham.
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Ld.e \ l 1'lDfluCU Co, 2thtr FS
Mi J. 1\1. Cnri.nl: u prominent Irow-1 COMPANY:

1. 11\ L'urtini, a.prominent grower er (if Wjmmi spent Thursday! the i To have a happy home t -- IF YOUR FEET HURT ij ijmSee
,
of I Ielydypent] ;>est 'in tile ut\ nil city on business I
you should have children. I 1--
business.1 Mrs Bellow"*, of Rockledge I is the I SHOEShave
They are happy-home
Masters Jeff and ---.n" .niter' of Mi must of nlatues iu the city and will great ANTHONVVe

sun, are visiting fin, 11L' in the 0: city for st>clld v)me time with M>. M. E Spencer makers. If a weak: woman, -

i few days.Miss Mini fumi!) CD the East Side. you can be made strong 'I advanced from
I TO 50 PER CENT
30
May Goulf "f :s-t. Augustine, Miss Ponce has not forgotten that enough to bear healthy chil- '
Claim
hal l been I the guest, of :Mi-" ,. j I.;, H. r>'lts Sunday will be the children' day. Call dren, with little pain or dis- Still we are reudy to show you the

several days this wn-'k I for pretty hats this week comfort to yourselfby takingECARDUI t very newest styles of Springand "Anthony Shoes

Alderman Thos. j Caniptu-ll came up Little Catherine DuCamara who has l I I Summer! ARE

from Miami: Thursday 1pend a few been with her uncle aud aunt Mr and i Silent, Salesmen."

dins with his,family hen Mrs.J. E. Blgelow has returned to her SHOES and OXFORDSat

The tLttcheu.DacnmatrIIardwareCo.: home in Miami\ -DeLond Supplement. i t.3; Why ?
: the 8i)me ofd prices. I
au offering firework, lor the Fourth. Miss Josie Lindley left Sunday for OF 1st. Itecnuds\ we give; honest "shoe, leather value

See their nd. ou secoi"t1 |I'ale. NeW York and Lake Caulauqua. She i 2nd.. Because know bow to fit your feet,

MrOeii.). Haslebtii l left Thursday will\ be joined m Jacksonville by the I W. L. Douglas WE CARRY SHOES IN: ALL WIDTHS AND SIZES wad l'I' ''J

morninx for Melbourne to visit ber Misses Erhart,-Deland Supplement. A Tonic for Women I we once' fit a foot properly' o.'o"'n do the "Silent Selling

daughter Mrs. T. C. Nicholson. A move is being made to get up a Monarch Pats J .
< It will ease all your pain, reduce
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wet and dry content in St. Lucie county,
Reports from the caw p. of the Key Inflammation, cure leucorrhea,
t Weit extension operations bring the intelligence and it Is said that the temperance element (whites), falling womb, ovarian Queen Quality

,( that little damage;: was donein there is sufficiently .strong to put'up trouble, disordered menses, back- iAnthony Bros.
that a pretty good fight. ache, headache, etc., and make
section by the (tropical: hurricane I childbirth natural and easy. Try it. at Just what they fire marked.
of lust Saturday night aud Sunday. !Mrs. Z. T. Merritt has gone to Buffalo, At all dealers In medicines, In ,
'
y :Mrs. A. :Majewskl opened her ice N. Y, where she will visit frlrndssever- 11.00 bottles. Prices $3.50 to $5.00Cl.othin.g >}-, Incorporated

I cream parlor and touch 1'0011IVednes. al weeks. Later on she will be joined .

in the by Mr. Merritt, alter which they will "DUE CABDUI
day room adjoining the M jew.f TO
visit Mr. MerrItt' old home in Ken }? Take advantage of the Merchants' offer and nom to West Palm Beach
ail bakery. The room has been neatly i Is my baby girl now two weeks
tuckyMiami Record. old "writes Mrs.J. Priest, of Web-
refitted and presents quite au attractive j
!, appearance. Manager R. R. R. Brannlng, of the ster City, Iowa. "She Is a fine e
healthy babe and we are both doing at closing out prices.
, of
tablishmeut
Mayor and Mrs. W I. Mescal; left dry goods e Branning nicely. I am still taking Cardul,
' Thursday morning for Jacksonville, Brothers, has returned from a two and.would not be without itinthe
weeks' visit with his wife and little son house."
't f, from which place the latter will\ leave Shirts -
'who are spending the summer with the Top
I' for her former home In Ohio for a pri-
tm!
.d
Former's patents In Bartow. tWDDDDA i tmt
.1 tracted stay. Mr. Metcalf will return

in a few days. 0 Mr, C. W. Lee, of Miami, Is spendinga 2 for $1.25

Mr. Spencer Lainhart left this morning few days In the city,-and is the guestof AUGUST STOCKER
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for Poughkeepsie N. Y., where he Mr. and Mrs. E. Scuultz. Mr. Lee is "' )

will enter the famous Eastman Business one of the pioneer farmers- of the Miami First-Class Experienced The Sirkin COlnp'yJefl'erson

College for a thorough business course: bection and owns an extensive

He expects to remain lu New York sev- truck and fruit farm about six.: miles Custom ShoemakerFiueEoolsaniSteMafaHOrto mock West Palm Beach

eral months. from' the city. ,
Florida
little'town I West Palm Beach.
The union religious services will beheld The progressive of betray ,

tomorrow evening in the Congregational Is planning to celebrate the Fourth of Town Lots.Choice

,/ church, when the public will July[ in a very fitting manner A liberalsum FOWLER BROS & KING .

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

fi Gibson, pastor of the Baptist church, of the occasion, and, many Interesting .Heels for Comfort MACHINE SHOP
whose time It is to preach. features will be planned for the -- Residence Lotsfrom
entertainment of the visitors.
Remy Magnetos, $15.80. Best made, Finest Sboe Dressing Polish\ and ShoeLaces GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL

at Fowler Bros. & King's.!!: Capt. E. N. Dimick, J. L. Grier, A. for Gentlemen's, adies' and KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK

Martin and other business men are I Children's Shoes always on hnnd.
Rev. F. W. Weatherwaz will deliver
: 200
Ills farewell sermon as pastor of the spending today in StuarC.i having gone Clematis Ave.t West Palm Beach GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR up,
up to interest the people of that 'pros- ,
t 'Congregational church tomorrow morn SALE
one-third cash balance semi-annual
perous section in a new.,county road by
ing, and will la a few days leave with
: his family for their new home in Fayette, leading to the Okeechobee country. GEO HASLEHURST & SON I Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front, installments, on reasonable time, accord-
They will return to>the city this evening.
,I Iowa, where he has accepted. the pastor WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA ing to price of lot.
, ate of a church. While tomorrow will close the pastorate Contractors and BuildersP.
of Rev. F. W. W atherwax with the For plats and information apply to
to the heavy rains and the
Owing Great rush for those Dollar SterlIng -
wet condition of the Congregational; church, The Tropical O. BOX 304
consequent grounds Silver Spoons at Idner's.West WALLACE B. MOSES
the baseball game between Delray aud Suu learns today from the church officials ,

West Palm Beach scheduled for Thurs- that arrangements are now being Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department

day afternoon, had to be called off. If ,'I mud for a temporary supply until the Palm Beach West Palm Beach, Florida.
the weather conditions permit, the game church can secure another pastor. In

will be played next Thursday afternoon.The so far as possible the regular serviceswill """ % b7 1NN1NWbNN

regular semi-monthly meeting of. the\ summer be continued; or unti every a ppstor Sunday Is during called. Gasoline and Oil DeliveryCARL
the city council will be held next Tuesday .
evening, when another Important Hon. Frank Clark, Member of Con- --- N

session Is expected Among other matters gress from this the second district, bus KETTLER, Jr., Prop. SUMMER: ,HOTEL CHICAGO
? to be considered will be the ordinance notified the Miami Board of Trade of
granting a telephone franchise, I his acceptance of an Invitation to be Having: bought from II. C.: DeBetry 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 HOTEL ,ELI p1 FW0

final reading. :'anniversary of the tenth birthday, of the Beach and Palm Beach. Prompt and free delivery, and courteous treat-

f y Mr. and Mrs. HI E. Gruber are anticipating city July 25th. Congressman Clark ia ment to all will. be my motto. A High-Class. Family and Transient Hotel.
Mont- one of the ablest orators in Florida and I ,
a pleasant outing at ,
eagle, Tenn., and will leave for that his visit to Miami on the proposed gala I Want Your Trade. Located liotHiNiii, WHuliingtou and Miullson. ,, Avunuin, frmilhig. .m I Mi. MiDouluuird

popular resort at an early date'.' Mrs. event will doubtless be a drawing catd. mljolniiitf the Chicago University.

Gruber and children will probably Batteries and Complete Launch Supplies Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Hoard. for two People

spend the entire summer season in Tennessee at Fowler Bros. & King's. GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER. From $30 to $4o 'per Week,

.: while Mr. Gruber expects to re- T"eh') U, alit.,. Irma l>o\'u Town MK nilnols Centinl I Itnllwu).
It Is reported that the enterprising WEST PALM BEACH
, main for a few weeks only. All Trains top at 6jrd !Street to which all Baggm. should b. Chucked

The people residing in the Orange trated people effort of Stuart to induce will make the a officials concen-of Bus Trips toLantana BRADLEY'! & JVIUSBRVH. PpOpI-UtOP. .. .

' Glade, section, south of Miami, are soon the Florida East Coast Railway to remove and -- --"-.a.+++ ++sass.N
{ to have the convenience of a free rural
their freight and divisIon
; passenger
mail An examinationfor Baggage Delray,
delivery service. point from Fort Pierce to Stuart, *%%%/ **-- -
carriers Is be held in Miami '
three to
further stated' Wagons Eoyhton
and' it is that the railway
on the aisl of next month after which officials will seriously consider the proposition Meet k' and G. G. Strohm
will be made and Company
the appointment the in view of the fact that the Fort
y delivery will be inaugurated by the first Pierce people were exorbitant in their All Other
{ of September. The salary paid to car .
demands for land necessary for tracks Trains Points
riers will be 1720 per year with the usu- aqd station site when It was proposedto )FAMILY GROCERIES
,il I increase subsequent to long service. SPECIAL ATTENTION
$ remove the station and yards to an- TO COMMERCIAL MEN -

f Miss Florence A. Crocker, of Worcester other point in the town. mere: SAMF IE ROOM
Food ProductsGrain
t Mass., terminated! a pleasant Fancy
An accident which narrowly escapeda ....
i visit with Miss Grace Laiuhart Thursday
fatal occurred just before nine '
morning when she left for her borne result and
Provisions.
o'clock last night at the railroad dock.A r -
4 Miss Crocker Is Dean of the Women's
Department at Rollins College, and i is party of workmen engaged In the
also in of that well' construction of the Cluett residence on JEFFERSON BLOCK
professor history
{ I the East Side had been in the city doing Abrams & MillerBlacksmiths
known institution.! She has recently
some shopping and were preparing to I
beep granted leave of absence for a year' '
return to the East Side in their launch West Palm Beach, Florida
,1 study abroad, which time will be spent
I Mr. Collins, of Boston, was about to
,, in Italy, France and Germany. She expects
start the engine and had a lantern near Wheelwrights --i _*--*
s to sail from New York in August. *
by which ignited some escaping gasoline.In -
The local baseball team have accept
an Instant the entire boat was in a
{ ed an invitation from the Fort Pierce blaze aud Mr. Collins went overboard, 11111i1111111111111111111111111111111191111111111111111111" " !" " " "/1111111IIilG!/ " '
team to play the return game in Fort
3 but not before be htld been painfully -
Pierce on the Fourth, of July, one week burned about the tree and head. lIe [Horseshoeing General Re'

from next Wedneiday and it Is expected was the only one Injured, and Dr. Hood The Fie el pharmacy

' t that a large; crowd of West Palm was called In at the Seminole, where the Work .
will with the pair :a
Beach people go up team lujured man was taken. The wounds
; *1 on the morning of the Fourth and spend were dressed and the lajured man is I Solicits YOUR Trade. =f

r the day in Fort Pierce. Special railroad resting more comfortably today and Manufacture of Tools a SpecialtyFreight r 3
rates will be In effect that day, and S -
will be out In a day or two. Little dam- t
'ri the opportunity for the people of West doe to the boat. We give Pure Moderate
age was .1 you Drugs at
'r Palm Beach to visit their neighboring Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders

town will be a most excellent one 'makes Talking at Idner Machines& Son's.and Records, all tf Prices, put Up by a RegisteredPharmacist.

Many friends on the East Coast will *
I 'o.j S
i be saddened to lean of the death of Mr. .

Irving II. Welch, of Jacksonville, manager A HAPPY MOTHER. j Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach S a

1 of the Southern States Land and ,will see that her baby Is properly cared
N Timber Company, which corporation for-todo this : lanecea-l I Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Oream 3

owns something like a million acres of I nary. =
land in Dade county. His death occur. and their mothers lon't know It-If your I' -
r' H. N. Burhans, Pre E. A. Tldd,Vice Pre. W. \V. Tldd Sec. and Trees ,, A. G. RIEGEL,
ed very suddenly and unexpectedly in baby is feverish and doesn't sleep at

lP1 Bangor, MJch. Tuesday morning, .and nights, it 1 III troubled with worms. Florida Orange Grove Realty Co. == Graduate New,York College of Pharmacy'J"v a

h was caused by'appoplexy. Mr. Welch j White's Cream Vermifuge will!\ clean out ;:
bad recently gone with his family to these worms in a mild pleasant way. If you bare an Or doge Grove, Grape Fruit Crop, Pineapple Grove or Lennon lillll1i IIIIIUlIII1111/U1111lIlll' I ( Jlill1l1illJlilI1JI1Jl1JllJl1l11f/ (
Grove tbat you want to sell, write u* and we will bow you how WE SELL
i' Michigan to spend a brief vacation, and Once tried always nsed. Give it a trial. GROVES. No. 17 HoKan street

f' after locating his family expected to return Price as cents at A. G, Rlegel's drug I' Reference AtlnntloNutionol Dank of Jaokwinrltl a Jacksonville: Florida

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Library Association s GETTING READY FOR II Progressive Delray f '


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Appeals to CitizensThe I II I 'Will Celebrate Fourth ff Ii.Few Ii.


SEWER EXTENSION

executive board of the Free to allow this most creditable Institution Florida towns of its populationand Allen, W. G. Corfe, W. L Huffitettler. ''F

Reading Room, for the first time sinceits to take on the first vestiges of decay.If size can boast of as patriotic and I 11 a.m.-High musing;,! jump, prize; sr

organization, feel that they must ask those citizens who pride themselves public-spirited set of people as can [Del- pole vault, prize; hop, skip and jump, V +

aid from the public. The recent storms on their literary taste and who feel Council Lets Coutract for Supplies to Local Dealer. ray, the progressivefarming community prize.:: Committee, Sam'l. Taylor, Frank

have badly damaged the Reading Room proud to live in a community reputed I I Telephone Franchise Sent Up to Mayor a few miles south of Went Palm Beach. Crego and J. G. Fenno. r

and its belongings, particularly the to be literary, and who wish to main. The citizens of that thriving town 12 M.-Dinner served at Coronado !

storm of the lyth, when the room was lain that reputation, ",11please\ go For Final Approval.When have determined to celebrate the Glori Club moms by tbe Ladies Aid Society. of 1 1"r

deluged, making It impossible to open down to the building where our Public ous Fourth in a manner most appropriate the M. E. Church.I
Its doors for the benefit of its patrons. Is boused will find
Library they that 1 p.m.-Greased pole, prize; wrestling
After a serious aad thoughtful inter the recent rain storms have caused such and interesting. Tbe following match Japs., prize:: ; hammer throwing,
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the board decided that unless the Chairman Idner called: the J be a great saving to the city to employ official of the exercises of the
view, program
ravages as to almost discourage those prizt:: ; wrestling match, free for all, price.:
building is made waterproof it must be in charge, and tbe eight hundred books meeting of the city council to order last I' Engineer Franklin Sheen to superintend day shows that those who visit the town Committee, Sam'Taylor, D. G. Teu-

abandoned. Men of Judgment and position that are there Inclosed are liable to destruction night five members, Aldermen Porter, the work of both sewers and street on the Fourth will not be without enter brook and J. B. Rice.

have been requested to visit the because of the soaking they received Campbell, Grant, Baker and Maltby re- paving. tainment: 2 p.m.-Baseball, five Innings. Prizeto

building and give their opinion as to last week. sponded. The report was accepted and ordered 6 sunrise salute-T. II. Burton, winning team. Lee Milton, Captain.

what is best to be done. It baa been The building in which the library is The and of J G. Feu no, committee. 3:30: p.m.-Dovb' aud Men's loo yard
reading approval petitions filed. The council agreed with the committee
suggested/( that shingling of the outsideof maintained is in need of repair. In 8 a.m., Grand Parade-J. S. ;JSunrly, dash, prize:: ; girls' 50 yard dash, prize,
for building permits was the first matterto that it would be better not to let
will make it water.
the entire building 4
fact, it never did entirely keep out tbe Marshall. Citizens in carriages, auto. $.5.00 hat; three-legged; race, prize; running

tight. The question now is, will the rain, and now that the library has become engage the attention of the board sad the work out by contract. mobiles,jnounted cavaliers, wherlmenIn race, boys under 14, prize;fat wau'srace

people feel that they can come to our so big, it is Impossible to shield the following permits were granted: Alderman Baker of the rules and ordinance line, ball teams on foot, merchants' i prize.!:: Committee same as for
assistance financially ? Fifteen dollars G. G. Strohm, for the reuioval of one- '
the books from the weather unless committee submitted a resolution exhibits aud callthumpians. jumping; contests. g

has rlready been given, aud others have something Is done to mal$: the building; story cottage from Beehive Corner to authorizing the to sign a 9 a m? Public speaking at scTiool: 5 p.m.-Horse race, fast, prize;' horse i

signified their willingness to contribute. The most casual observation Alley No. 2.Jefferson mayor house park-Introductory remarks. W. race, slow; prize. Committee, A. P.
water tight.
j
lease to L. W. Burkhardt for the use of
Bids will be called for and all details will at once convince thata Estate, for the construction W. Blackmer; prayer, J. R. Leatberman; Hodges, ]. B. Rice, Lee Milton and D.
anyone !
the of land which has '
diagonal strip
calculated. of a thirty-foot addition, two stories, to G. Ten brook. ;
closely covering of either weather boarding or caused much the singing of national anthems by tbe people 1 y
so
controversy past
Work should commence at once as shingles; on the outside is necessary, And the east side of Anthony's store, and two ytarll. The also presented a ; Hon. J. W. Watson, Member of tbe 6 p.m.-SUPPER. ;
like conditions arc liable to occur at any few certain alterations In interior of build. mayor State Le"lslature; Mr. R.I H. Seymour.Free 7 p.m.-Balloons and fireworks. Committee
that the Inside should be celled, A
lease he had prepared for the
time. Contributions can be sent to Mrs. hundred .dollars will do this.It Ing, including the changing of the three council. acceptanceof ceremony and prize of a barrel of F. E. Fennoj' J. S. Wuepper andI.
the
Olivia Burnham, president of tbe board, store rooms m the Olive street wing to a flour to any couple that will be marriedon B. Taylor, Jr, I8:30pm.Grand t '
is absolutely for the Attorney' H. B. Saunders, in behalf of
or Miss Ellen Potter, treasurer. necessary kitcben and dining room to be used for the platform. Otber local speakers. Ball, free. Under
growth ot tbe library in proportion to Mr Burkhardt, then addressed the boardat
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hotel purposes. under the auspices of the Coronado Club.
June 27, 1906. 10 a.m.-Bicycle race, boys 14
the growth of the town, that a watertight Jefferson Estate, for the removal of length, explaining Mr. Borkhardt's years, two miles. Prize. Ladles' bicycle All entries for long distance race must
should be provided for it. position in the premises. It was shown
Dear Mi.\ditO--: building Huffstettler and Hough cottages, seven I race, one mile. Prize. Long distance be iu by the evening of July 3rd. Entries
One has to look at the damage that Mr. Burkhardt had already removed -
If there is one thing of which West I only ty-five feet from sidewalk) of Clematis race for atnatuers open for all at for all other contests must be la 6a 3
understand this his fence and that he only asked
that baa been- done to ,
I'alm Beach should be proud, it Is its I avenue. 50 cents entry fee; nine miles. Prize, one hour before time set for contest.
The shingling of tbe building! for the same favors from: the city tbat '
appeal.
Public Library. I venture to say that Jefferson Estate, for the making of Royal Reading bicycle. Committee, H. Barbecue-All day.
will also make it more presentable in its certain repairs to the framed hud been granted other property owners
few towns in the State of Floridaof 1 one-story
very proximity: tuour public park.In along the front. Mr.\ Saunders stated '4 I ,
the size of Weit Palm Beach have store room occupied by A. Stocker on { ;;
behalf of the ladies to whose untiring Said building to be that he and his client desired an amicable '
Clematis
maintained for five avenue. Still Another New
such successfully au Institution. It speaks volumesfor years efforts we are Indebted for the institution lengthened to building line, porch to be settlement of the question but tbat :.. 11
the literary taste of the community. I solicit subscriptions, whetherit torn away and a modem front erected, by reason of the city In former years Stone Business Block' ; [

Under these circumstances, and at a be in cash, material or labor, and as a and certain other repairs effected.W. having granted permission to another : 'f. :
removal of property owner, adjoining Mr. Burk.
time when our city is becoming more starter I contribute fro oo. P. Hatchets, for the
berth, to use'! 25 feet of the street, the I
prosperous, (as the numiroust- .' 'llnR;' Yours Very Truly, framed buildings on Beehive Corner to letter's property was unquestionably It is learned this morning tbat Mr.\ G. cover the entire lot, and will be mode b* t ,
G. Currie. his lots on Olive and Banyan streets. I
Geo I
in it is bad
of erection too
course prove) Anthony Brothers, tat the construction damaged to some extent. Mr\ Saunders G. Strohm is making preparations to in every respect, with a handsomely

of a one-story stone building, $0x83' said that he desired that the matter commence the construction of a two- I trimmed plate glass front for the ground
I r
W. F. HeckertIs L W. Burkhardt feet on Banyan street, near city hall, '.to should not be put in shape where It story artificial stone building at the floor and attractive design for the upper
could beccme a political issue at any \
be used by B. F. Carter as a livery southwest earner of Clematis avenue story.
time and he showed that Mr. Burk

Superintendent Improves PropertyContractor stable.L. W. Burkhardt, for the construction I hardt's request was reasonable. A I and Olive street, and that the building The work of rolling, the old framed

lengthy discussion followed, and the will be erected some tin_ during the buildings away has been commedced,
of a new stone and plate glass front to I I
Geo. W. Brown started laid till the next present summer. I and it U presumed that the new building
Commencing July get,, the resignation; his store room on Clematis avenue. matter was finally over I
The plans have not yet been drawn, will be commenced as soon as poss
of Mr. A. R. Beaujon, as superintendentand the work yesterday of laying a foundation T. J, Campbell, for addition of 20x36 meeting I \
Alderman Baker submitted the following but it is learned that the building will 1, ible after the lot is cleared.
secretary of the East Coast Electric for the new stone front to the gro-. to livery stable on upper Clematis ave- I
resolution which adopted: _
was
addition his residence
of L. W. Burkhardt, nue; also for to : at
Light, Power and Ice Company, becomes eery establishment
the
it been reported bv
Whereas .
bqs L
oi and Evernl streetll.
coiner Rosemary II
weeks Clematis even tie, that Old Fire Hall I Bought Cold
effective. About two ago on Alderman Anthony asked for a leave street and sanitation committee one

Mr. Beaujon handed his resignation to The new front will be brought out to ol absence of six weeks, and the same chief cause of obstruction and cloggingof '

the board of directors in. New York the building line, even with the Palms was granted.A sewer pipes Is caused bv the depositof Wanted for School Storage Plant '4j1

City and the same was accepted. Hotel, and will\ when completed be one communication from the city attorney carbide and resuse from acetylene
relative to the proposed bond election gas plants, The board of trustees of School Sub. Faber Brothers, the well known grocery I
Mr. W. F. Heckert, who has been associated of the handsomest fronts on the avenue. Y
with the for the pest artificial waa referred .to the finance committee Resolved, tbat all acetylene light man District No. :x are planning to secure and market firm, have just placedan + 1
constructed or
company The wall will be ufacturers or'usert' are positively forbid. ,
Mr. for the accommodationof order for a modern cold f'
year as assistant manager, succeeds additional room storage plantof
stone of ornamental design, apd the A communication was received from den from lining the sewers of the city
Beaujon. Mr. IIeckert also assumes of pupils during the approaching school one ton Capacity which they will placein
how windows will be of plate glass; Thos. Hobson and others complainiug for such purposes, under the penalty I

the management of _II'the 'locaj Inter.and giving a very attractive off ct. The that certain private lots were being used prosecution for obstructing the sewers term, it now being evident that the new their store at the cornet Narcissus "
ests of the
late Joseph Jefferson, work will be completed as soon as the by draymen and teamsters and the communication and creating a nuisance school building cannot be completed in and Banyan streets. The plant, it is A

while effective Mt;. Beaujon's resignation is out not of concrete foundation now being laid has was referred to the street Alderman Baker reported In regardto time for use auy part of the term. claimed, will entirely do away with the ; ,
until he being i
July .
jet railway
harden. the paving of streets west of ]Ihe i
time to with the of ice and will
the committee The trustees are neg o'tlating purchasing serve as a cold
in
city Mr. Heckert is DOW charge
been
of the plant interests. Idner & Son were granted the privilege that a letter had received city council for the use of the old fire storage for meats, fruits, vegetables; and

This information and the Jefferson conveyed in a JUST" RECEIVED. of selling fireworks for the Fourthof from the Land Department of the Florida hall building on Folnsetta street, and if in fact anything carded in their line. n y ti
.
letter from was G. Black .. A car load of nice melons, which have July. East Coast Railway suggesting cer.tain the building is secured it will be fitted The engine which is to furnish power H
Mr. Edward pr
Idrut been placed on cold storage. Nothing Alderman Baker of the finance com- street to be paved, also asking for up with new floors and neatly papered, for the plant'baa already arrived and Is
of -
the and general council
for the company better than ice cold melons these hot mitteevreported" his committee! bad estimates' of their rroportlon of the so that a grade may be taught in both the being installed. It is of the Moose type
Jefferson estate.
Mr. representative days. Call early and avoid tbe, rusb. held a meeting when the question of cost, etc.Alderman. lower and upper rooms. The trusteesare and 4 h.p. The engine will be used t. ,
was seen by a -
Heckert and
Lake Worth Produce Company. 2t purchasing material for the proposedsewer Maltby asked for was endeavoring to secure a teacher for operate the large; coffee mill and meat-

whom of The Tropical Sun'yesterday, to extension was carefully gone over. granted leave of absence covering a per. I each grade of the school, which will grinder. The cold storage plant is expected '
he stated that tbe reduction in
A TEXAS WONrER.There's Me sr8. W. II. DaCamara and M. E.; tod of eleven weeks. necessitate additional room, and it la in a few weeks.
prices for electric current, as planned by Grant of the street commit. .
that's the two local dealers, were sent i Chairman that the co-operative store
Hill at Bowie, Tex., Gruoer, very likely
Mr, a
effect
into
Beaujon would on
go I big last year1. This wonder is for and informed that if their prices were k tee reported that the work of cleaning building: will also be secured another Mr. J. W. Chambers, cashier iu the _
July rat and it is the company twice as as
by
hoped
and was progressing,
from weight of go within approximately five per cent qf street alleys term. __ office of the electric light and' water"y
that,'tn :new customers will be W. L Hill, who a been in ______ ___
ny about all of them having put
_
would have to else works at Miami
the city ,
to over 180. He says: what pay company came np
added .to their list by this liberal reduce pounds has grown good condition with the exception of ANCIENT: ; ROME; "
tion. "I suffered with a terrible cough, and where for material, the committee would Saturday and remained until Monday
T--- me np to die of Consumption. purchase"the Mime at home. It was lome worn iri the West End. The Is now merely a memory.of the past. with his family. Mr. Chambers and his

OUTWITS THE SURGEON.A doctors. I gave was reduced to 90 pounds, when shown by correspondence that since ,street force was now engaged in that Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family family will soon move into their pretty

complication of female troubles, taking Dr. King's New Discovery bids were submitted some time ago; section of the' city lie reported that liniment of the twentieth century. A new bungalow now being completed on-

:with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, I began Consumption Coughs and Colds. prices had materially advanced. How- ; the sanitary condition of the city was positive cure for Rheumatism Burns cuts, the lake front north of the residence of "

hail, reduced Mrs. Thos. S. Austin, of for after taking 12 bottles,I have more ever, bids from the two dealers were never quite so good as at present. I Sprains Neuralgia etc., Mr. C. H. Ron- Mr. Geo. Laluhart, which is one of ,,

Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplorable Now, doubled in weight and am completely opened at a later meeting of the com Alderman Maltby reported that the '. yon, Stauberry, Mo. writes: "I have the most attractive homes In the vicinityof

condition, that her doctor advised an than cured." Only sure cough and mittee, and Mr. Gruber having made repairs to the sewer outlet at the foot of used Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and West Palm Beach. AniougJ/ other n1

operation; but her husband fearing fatal Guaranteed by all Druggist.5oeandtoo. the lowest!, bid the order Wad placed with Evernta street bad been completed and ,ali pain, I can't, say enough in its : conveniences to the new borne Is a me d-

"suits l, postponed this to try Electric cold cure. Trial bottle free.' I him I The amount of the bid as accepted tbe main was now in first class shape. praise." For sale by A. G. Riegel. era piultry yard which was built at a.
license !
the tax and

Bitters; and to the amazement:: of,all who footed vp to 't,497,86. The lowest Alderman Campbell of cost of several hundred dollars. ''

knew her, this medicine completly cured HAVING MONEY TO price obtainable in April was f,394 85 committee reported favorably on DON'T I 11 I

her. Guaranteed care for torpid liver, PARTIES in sums of $2BOO to $,&,000, on and the advance on material was approximately the request of Geo. Zapf for a refund of Don't let your\ child suffer with that B. B. Laughter Bybalia Miss., writes; '+ .,

kidney' disease, biliousness, jaundice, LOAN and three years Ume, on Im. 85. The committee reported trio for taxes paid. on' a, double assessment cough when you can cure it with Bal. "I have two children who had croup. I
chills mud-fever, general debility, nervousnets one...two bllllt and the same was ordered paid. tried '''ntaay different remedies but I
property, can get first further that they had deemed It I not lard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure for ,
city
and Belt table proved 1 salaries and accounts
blood
poisoning. by advertise for bid fur the constructionof The following Bronchitis Influenza must soy your HorehoundSyrup is tho
wade. Price :300 at any drug store Try it. security and legal rate of Interest to Coughs, -Croup
I. MBTCALP, the sewers, unless the council should were paid: and Pulmonary Diseases. Buya bottle best Croup and Cough medicine I ever

Batteries' and Complete Launch Sup. applying to W.Attorney and Agent Insist, as It was believed that it would CouUnu** on Yap and tryMt. Sold by At O. Riegel. \tiled..' For sale by A. G. Rlegel.

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.' THE TROPICAL SUN. GETTING READY FOR I I Dude" 1 cnini\ / "*i'H'iiili,,, ,iiHiuifllU I
Jacksonville, FIs, )\\\i\J S..It la I I. HuIT.'. ttr,' I'lulnrlfrVh'llllfl ,
Plon..r ,
Piper
of Daile FloridaPublished
...., County. SEWER EXTENSION )generally conceded! thnt dA \\1'1. Close\ lr i, I Miuiiii I i h,.f.'u linn. Do About
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shipments Saturday J f l ,4, over so III ',. I 1. lllttlll,.\ IIIKl Illl on"!) .I I pllHOIIH+ lUtt '
Every Wednesday and Saturday ,
per cent of the Florida I'I'DPI.crop HHlllIV.jyl ) :
*T WilT PALM IAOM. DADA COUNT. FLORIDA' Lnntlnu.d from Pie 1.W. had been I' are lloriIllntlfllMl that If wilt Ot lit, And in
marketed It T IGD,,, A ""Iilelltthat Get Lone
line In tU
tathinent tit*" Issued atf iflMt tau
the original estl .
abuse entitled cause, and yon PropWy b.
BtlBHriUTMUON!' PRICE Z.OO PElt YEAR. VV. Hendricksou. salary aud fees were as a rule excea&ivV e4 tpe game heap. nttuchoil to nntlvl.v the j
r $66 00 time it must be admitted l\\, (. the 1tAel: llnestettlaralnumtingtotne) sum of eluli t

Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, J. L. Grler, salary and expenses 41.23 Coast of Florida is mark\1l| \g plod marketing hundred. and enty-flvo rtoll,,f*. Toll nn d .
All nt her IIITBOIIK who are interwtadkcr a"
S. A. Barfield, salary and fees, 6t oo
CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manar r. successfully the l'J&fc| \ !,t trop:: ever <'lV. rocjulrccl to njipeur to told etlou before
Feed of prisoners, 2.00 shipped, and' at Mti/o\:lai.< ,. prices ii.nl
Scavenger aud street cleaning, 125 00 This is principally due l ''JI'IiI) dlstribu. on Monday, Svpteuiturr/ Or'1' A, P, .
entered .t the Pcmtoffice of Weat Palm Beach J. Con kiln, repairs to sewers 41.30 tionand this In turn is dVn\ rPtediythe 11)011" ptllbrulHo a d"'lOult11 be take
AI KCend-clmm matter. : against dtifiMtJan-t, In said.
City Improvement Association, main- effect. of the growth of l\j %, ,j, b. state fiUae
l pitted June tut. A. D. 1DOO
---, talpance tot three months, 50.00 of marketing., A large/: (f:\a(?\)rtlou of H. n. SOUNDER: .!>., the

GOOD AND BAD IN US. Bond trustees to apply on sinking I the crop baa been gold l \. y\ Florida I Attorney tar W t. I "iffxtcittlnrDoWitVs .

fund, 1,350.00 I than ever before. CII/ve< gone ::::::::::
It.is easy to pick out fault and The trustees of sub district school No. I where they have been \y\tYA l by the H';;r S lvo

hold them up to public attentlon- r asked for the use of the old fire hall buyers and gluts have \\j,\n avoided For PHo. Burns, fores H HI 4thHatchettDaCamara

provided they exist In others. Our for the near school term, and the matter There a general fe111f41 1{ b( Confidence .
I
was referred to the fire, water and light
own faults are not so easily! per- In prices for the r'V""iI\ of the

ceived. We are apt to regard some committee with power to act. season. The new distil'(/\ i In C.tdecoun.y
A communication was read from C. C.
people as all good and others as all Chilliugworth and Geo. W. Totter, bond principally at De;\/lt sad Coyu. 'v rr
ton, which are heavy fa \Al' *b''ls year I
bad. forth financial state '
trustees, setting a
I for the first time, have no*t l fyc\' !d )early -
Quite\ recently a quaint old epigram went, suggesting that the amount of all their crop, a lall l tj"rtfu of -re Hardware Co
sinking fund now due be paid over to
revived that has
was peen which, was sold f. o. b. \V/\/ '
the trustees and suggesting that G. G.
given wide circulation] : "There is so Eemaftider of tbe crop Weviq) from Wholesale RetAilers of Hardware
Stiohm be appointed trustee to succeed! .
much bad In the best of us and so Indian River points. will 11.r f title qua].
the member whose term bad expired. It .u J West Palm Beach Floridao00ooo1o00oooo00ooo0
I and will be tad foi of ,
Ity wall 'fifty f iirih
much good in the worst of us that was also shown that when the board was
July trade. Heavy orcfr .*e being
It behooves each of us to have created the bane bere was not paying ---. -_.- -- -. .... ---
booked and it is expected I\It tars will
for the rest of interest on deposits, but now that a -- --
charity us. CDiitiuue to be shipped fdrI I \a t-enlllllda

i !Some: time ago there was a practical savings department had been inaugurated of July 4 until about the \f.( -
the bank was paying 4 per cent
confirmation of this "It.
homely It was suggested that the ordinance be UnJIL\JtD'l"S WeatPalmBeach, June 10

truth in the assertion of aNew so amended as to allow the.tru8tees to Fine Florida t We're Wailing tor Youto

York judge, that i'n his twenty secure the advantage of the 4 per cent.
interest. New York, June 35.-PL/V/ t'n3 of come In and have a talk with its abou
seven years experience on the bench
The appointment of 'Mr. Strohm as Indian River pineapples 4'4, \ n/'let full banking. Not that we Wuot you to FOR THE BATH.
sitting at the edge of the never headway, but receipts f\l\ ((\ /t e kept learn the business but because we want
bond trustee was confirmed by council, / to do business with ;you. We're prospering BORAXO la a highly perfumed soap powder for the toilet and bath.
ceasing stream of crime and vice down by the heavy guppl tIaVal1a
and the ordinance was amended a-i \ pf, and with increased facilities for half
sug- One cupfull, more or less, thrown in tUG bath tub will give one of the
and evil he baa "found in stock, and low prices. XfVl of the
every gested.A caring for business want you to most: exhilerating baths imaginable, and wilh leave the body with a de.

man more to praise than to con financial report from Mrs. Chilling- Florida stock Is going to 5j/Vl/ )
"' worth, as treasurer of the C. :. A., Western markets. Newff\ \ (rams are
waR
is
f' demn. BORAXO found most desirable for all toilet uses. It be
selling all tbey can to of'\ / *t fifties. '111 Banking with us doesn't bleat! "Ret may used
read and a vote of thanks extended for rich-quick," but healthful freely for .washing the mouth and teeth.
Not less than 35OuO men and order to let the Havana 4,J" get well a steady,
the same. > growth of wealth. FOR A SHAMPOO small of
use a quantity Boraxo; apply directly
women had passed before him in through.
Alderman Iduer suggested that the Indian River are' ( \ Anything in the banking lice) can be to the moistened hair; rub briskly. A delightful cleansing lather quicic-
pled city should employ a sanitary inspector pines Afot\\\y\\ Sue safely done through us. Will be pleased 1y produced. Follow with a thorough/; rinsing.It .

to stand trial, to Qcehe sentence, for the next few months, and some discussion this year, the weather, frog \#\(\ to 60- to see you.DARE is put up In one pound decorated tins with full directions for use.
i followed, but It was decided not lab, ban been all that counu J')' desired I
and the crimes of which they had COUNTY STATE BANKWest Price 25 cents.
to create the office and, no action was on the East Coast, the rigA gift\niOt of

been accused including every act taken: rain and sunshine and; no A/ e, \t:>f Cold Palm Beach lorida.

C counted as a crime\ in the penal The ordinance granting a franchise weather at all. .. The crop u\i heavilyto .

code. to Dr. Liddy and his associates for a'' large sizes and the pied \VV maturing PROFESSIONAL L. W. BURKHARDT.

Certainly this judge has reason telephone system was placed on its third with very little impe TfyvH. fee-C CARDS. FINEST GROCERIES

and final] The ordinance ceivers say tbey never bel\\' / I\tlw bucb N. B. del our new prices on Hay Grain and Feed.
reading.
d to be a pessimist, If any one has. was LAW. I
he ,read by sections and sdop ted. It was a run of pines.. The dews\'Iecery\ J active ...-. tSflt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.
Yet has no patience with people here, and stock sells A '
passed up to the mayor for his signature.The ted ptly &t Q 0. CILILLINGWOIITII
r who are all the time talking about council then adjourned. $3 50 for belt 344; '3.25 'j :vD for 3O!*, 'o-o-o-o-o-o<>ooooooooooo b

the total depravity of certain $3.23 for 363, f i.75 far 433, y \;*.50 for ATTORNEY AND CIJUNS.LOfl

classes. He declares it is not in I 48$. Key stock is as 50 '1\:11\1'\: This. West I'alirBeach.. Fin
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I School ,Trustees I fruit is winding! op and 111' /'iM'ty' ,' and B..oadwell. & Moore
I accordance with the truth. "There I condition are poor. SoS y I tae' Key nuo. a. cuuisii:

Ir r is plenty of good in the worst men Address Public pines were abandoned this "'l\ Attorney and Coun8eilor./J-e.BW Registered Pharmacists

y and women who ome before me." The market on Havana pi* /t'' h 1 8 tUis
V WEST PALM BEACH. FtORIDA Agents Biltmore Cream and Oliver's Candies
lo lie, to deceive, to cheat is not, week waR very unsatlsfa' ,'*y.. This -

+ J the rule. On the contrary, people To the Taxpayers of Special Tax Dis fruit is running down fast vi! ? three H.P.. I1UANNING, Out-of-town orders are given; prompt attention.

trict No. i. cargoes; offered this week, \ff\l tSoo
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generally tell the truth and deal $ and (
ttorney Counsellorjt-L&w, ,
Having fully canvassed and consider. cratec, showed a large lA t.ytjHge of I, Manufacturers of the strongest nod must effective

honestly. An overwhelming majority the possibility of furnishing you a Suitable waste and ouly a small fVAov aloe\ of (Ofllca over Hank.

of us do BO and each of us school: building for the amount each cargo consisted of f-k j lntjl\le WEST PALM BEACH: FLA HORSE. FLY REMEDYon

does! so in an overwhelming majority or money we have available and to fruit. Prices of this class //\IA were /AND v/cAL/ SPECIAL PRICE PER GALLON(

which we are limited by our obligationto $r.JS @$1.75. Inferior fruit'\ l lt.o, -
m of ijstances. rr u. II 000. D1. D' Jefferson ]lock \'':EST FAL3I BEACH
you we find it absolutely necessaryto Next week's receipts are d/ ted' to he
It is in the nature of to tell 1.
man
da one of two things; light. These prices proba\A yljl discourage PHY8ICI4N AND SURGEON

i, the truth, to deal honestly and to Either to abandon entirely the Idea liberal khipnienta.NOTICB. Olllie over Potter's bicycle. store, WEST; 7207107e07e0710710A oieolROKOtROStorotKokolrosEOra1 0710710 07ao7107e07107101e 07107107107E 07107107107OAOtO

j do what lie deems to be right, just of constructing an adequate and modern '\ PALM BEACH. Residence n<-r HoJalFolncluua It oKoKO.oKor ustoaurul oROtroKO.or.00 +

i, aw'it is his nature to have physical building, suitable to the needs of Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12.1 ? *, Jl
In Count Judge's Court, V\hf\f Jurisdiction 52 0 0
this 9 *
health. Crime: is to' the moral community or a supplementalbond ;' Dade County, Slat', I r( pWWa. O B. ] 11
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issue must be voted by the tax: 10.
In the matter of tbe Estan
realm what disease is to the body. KM 8-fU-Oa W,ST PALUDENTAL koo MtXt
DE.Ar.:1t.:: f'LA.
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payers of.this district to provide the Patience P. Ward, deceafi I ,) 00
i' \Ore get a better understanding of funds necessary to erect a building Notice is hereby given I IWS, (p\, tie If o oo.It

life by seeing good and evil in the considerably cut down and modified seventh day of January, A,ll fa. 1907, I ?koOt* SINGER
t shall present my accounts \ f r |5">tl Settlement UK.tt.Jf.MACY I>K.J.XM.W'MAS' > SEWING oo5i
right perspective.!. It is more from the plans heretofore considered and apply for Bi'J)\ \;yi8 ljarie: Koko
and adopted.We as executrix of the Estate /\ctf) the Ors. MACr& NEWMAN
pleasant and
profitable
more are very desirous that this subject Last Will and Testament tt t 1( 1"1'\ltl1\:1I\ DENTISTS boXt
strengthening and P. Ward, deceased to "C k'okno
elevating, to "nty MACHINES
be fully ail carefully considered all ? ooXt
by Office in Jefferson B1oei1
Judge, at Miami, Dude CoulYiv V'orlda.
iKi think good than to think ill. those interested in thin matter of so Dated June 3oth A. D. 1906,j' \ WEST PALM BEACH PlORIDA o. ooXt
I
,i He has the truest view of life and great importance to the children, par- Victoria AdeluU1\'\\t):. t't ------ ko 1 ooXt

r4r leads the happiest and! most useful ents aud patrons of this district.Board Executrix of the Last Will1\ j@stantentof r\u. J. 13. LIOIY koss
Patience P. \ ocXX
Ward lyF e/aed.
one who can be generous in estimate of School Trustees, H. Pierre BraiiuioK:, })eu tlst
By H. C. Hood, Attorney for Executrix Olllcu Fliat door wut of Dnde County State .00Ot.
: of others, broad-minded, large Chairman Hunk S32; 1It
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spirited and kind, thinking well of r WEST PALM BEACH, FJrjUDAGeo.

everbody, meanly of nobody and NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY' o Are "TjJed and True" Vfe sell them ou terms 0Ot

overlooking the little faults, believing J. Waterman, \Vatertown, 0., koa -$3.00 per month-that you cannot afford to be
koOt
Rural (tree delivery, writes; "My daughter S. Hacker & Son .
that there are other quaIl- afflicted for years with epilepsy was f1S ?fo< without onp. You can save the cost of one by ko

,, ties in the man that overwhelm the cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills She koo,f making your .own and children's clothes, in lelt8lito 1ko

deficiency. has not had an attack for over two years Otko
I .t than a. year-less time than It takes to pay for it.
It. is best to talk like an optimist, Best hotly cleansers and life giving tonic ko ko 0..

t, laugh like an optomist .Had! move pills on earth aye at any drugstore. Ko 01 \V carry them, .in stock. Call and see them. 0k'o.

about like an optomist conscious IMPORTANT NOTICE. r .o Machines for rent by the week Ot
KO
For Sale at All UruI'h>{ ( o .
of the fact that in so rising you The voters of Honda, who will be kok'o I HOox oeao

will rndlltte cheer and !sunshine andru&ke called upon to act on the proposed -- --- M koP
I Drainage Amendment to tbeConstitutionat Excursion w
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Sammer
,yuorself and everybody about the des i s ko
November ,election, are hereby
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you b'lttet! and happier. Palatka ?
notified fco
that printed matter relating Via.
S3ss 1
News thereto with accompanying map of the MANUFACTURERS '' ; ko

first drainage district will be promptly Atlantic Coast Dine.t Of "We Are After Your Furniture Business." ?k'o'

LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT.For sent to any address on application, hy Doors, Sash, S3 2?

twenty years\V. L. Rawls of Bells, postal CArd or otherwise to the Florida Summer excursion rates tP Apr! \uvitner 0o: ------ -- ssOt

Tenu., fought nanal catarrh. He writes; News Bureau, Drawer 257 Jacksonville. excursion points Blinds, MouldingsAND S3 1
are sale
ado
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"The welling and eoreuess inside my HELP IS OFFEREDTO via Tbe Atlantic Coast Line. i\4\ I OUble -- 'McGINLEY B'RO3CO.;
none was fearful, till I began applyingRucklen's :; ko
WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLEWe to answer questions. For ra\r, tllller. '
Otko
Arnica Salve to the sore surface earnestly request, all young persona I,I va lions, or any Information, \\jI I"nl. Building Material, I, \. .

: this 'm ed the soreness andswelling; no matter how limited their! cate with, ; CHARLESTON, S, C. Opposite School House 2?
to disappear never to return." Best salve I ....
means or education, who wish to obrain FRANK C. BOYLSTC 1o / ''t
in existence:! 250 at all Druggists, Distiict A .? jfOT Largest Factory South. .
a thorough business training and Passenger 14eVI J. io
Send for Priced "
MONEY TO LOAN. a good position to write by FIRST JacksO'llte- pia S?
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IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT mall for our GREAT HALF RATE -- V I sic ow '
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; want to Improve and need money OFFER. : k'oOX
tk to dolt with apply to Oeo. G. Cuirie, Try- L. A. WILSON o o MOPQItoltoet0 o o o o o.
Success, Independence and probable 0"0"0 J"- oooo oooroKoKoroKOStostostottaatostoat .
West. Palm Bench. NO; Ito .. ...
fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay. -
4f The Tropical.Jt1; \NUrALTUItlCn OP ----

THERE ARE FEW Write TUB!today.GA. Boots and Shoes West Palm Beach and
people who know bow to lake: care of -AL.t. BUS. COLLEGE Buggy Wagon Shop

d (themselves: -tlie majority do not. The Macon Oa. if you wan>i
Repairing In All Kinds of leather E. C.
liar it a most Important organ in the : MA.YNARD, prop.

ti \o of
., V. C Siuipkius, Alba, Texan writes: On "Million of the best Slips In ff ',.. .u SDriu[ fanois Built to Order

"I have used Herbine for .hlllc and lorida.' Original stock imported r '

ft' fever marl Cue1 it tbe best medicine I I I'' +111' Long: TH'md' rone of the Babai S. H. RICHMOND, Art Indian, Tanned BncMin ;t -t: 4: + '('ii I r' t Wagon and Carilage and Buggy painting
bet
rvei used. I would not d., without It. I !t. i In 19'+ '1 will be taken" from striping a pecialty. Only

It Is as good for children: as it is for I'' ",'II' In peifei'r, condition. P&rriiie I Grant Land CO any and Honebfile Sfioes" a. 1 r! ,materials'men employed.used sod:. expert All .work wolk-

grown-up people and I recommend it. WIlt sell any number. In car lots

t It Is fine for La Grippe" -For sale hy 1 at $1.0.: F. o B.. Dfllray 1C HA I, Ft4TATIS. I FOR TENDER FEET __ guaranteed; to give

A. G, Riegel.! W W BLAC&MER: Delray, Fla. CUTLER :PLO \\1,4.' Olive St, North of Ne, JefTeraoti Bo) Shops on Clematis-Avenue- West,. satlshc or Railway lon. Track

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,'I'lIE :'la>YU'AL Sl'Wl:/ < ST PAM1:\ UEA.ril FLOHIDAVEf) E";. ) 1Y' .11\1'; K: J7, ItWIj') ( I'M K 1 : IIIR.I<. E S1' i' f' t
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*)*!" ", milt, --ttli'itient l of ISngll.l! Atlantic Coast Line

r"I.IIJI lidO', 011 Hie Aim uum coni -
I I"i of ,'olonlf : | It"" i I'' iflv I 1'I
,oUI.1' ru entry lu JDeuembot, THROUGH SCHEDULE

( th""" ,,,('i<,*. tti.-. scant of Virginia Iu t U.White '
!Ipll> / day later, on 1\Iny;
fl' iaadelftand bi-gau the estnb Florida Georgia Alabama, Virginia,

colony of Jamestown. North
fl1ent t ,rt the claim Carolina and South Carolina
LOOT liould, as many ,
t3, 1
day The Great Highway of Travel Detween Lingerie Batiste-- a India Linon and Per


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

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.t { 'x.r West, North and South I II that retains its silk fintroduction.. We have


CONVENIENT SEIUVCE, ELEGANT; PULLMAN: I I ish. Prices 25c, 40c a wide range of price ', ;

EQUIPMENT: MAGNIFICENT\ : DINING CAlt ; '
and 50c per yard. and quality. lOc to ;, i5

New: York pail Florida Special t
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II y Route of the Dixie Flyer" 65c per yard. t;

CelebratedTrains Florida : ,{; '
and West India Llmitej as. -- -- a

J uN Chicago and Florida Limited White Mercerized MadrasWhite Indian Head --- The

,h1h4"g'A'iAa" + tAyIda.But r&fljf.1W Montgomery\ L. & N, In all the newest effects at, well known staple for white a

rdy$7raw 1Jaf .fWI 9J.y]bwk ifl4t.ot"'I CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELINGATLANTIC prices to suit all. skirts. 32 inches at 15c per

r'9; ,,,,,//_ t.
!tips''' t nJ to b d Qk.,. COAST LINK 1,000 mile tickets good over 15,000 miles of yard. ., x tr

"3'!Jfti-tJ..:,e$,arr ""tJ.t But yards WI __ railroad, embracing portions of the South, on sale at all principal -

the real birthday of the agencies; at rate of $25 eac .. Limited to ot)e year from date of pur t

don gnrdcd/ rcr as ofJage 4. 1770 the chase. For full, compete: and reliable information regarding rates Vv laite Linen. I ..- ;

rloa, it came and declaredi schedules service call 4
Pullman etc, on Atlantic Coast Line Agentsor AM
rldit;! to attend to Its own affairs
tt Jamestown tercentennial exposl. address, An excellent quality fine A good quality close weave 'V

I, '!!! celebrate the three buu.lredtlCwrwry FKANK C. iiOYLSTON Diet PASS. Agent, 133 W. Bay St Jacksonville rl
of the landing\ of Captain, weave light weight all linen light height UNION LINEN 't

|obn SuiItU and his 105 men.and These they cam colo Fla. 36 inch; just the right weight 36 inch; looks as good as all :

,it tJ numbered for comfort. Prices 50c and linen for less Prices '
rt In three vessels under command \v'. D. STA1 K, Trav. Pass Agent, 138V.. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. money. '

|?<(Captain CMHO director Newport Qf the John colony Smith, soot W. J. CRAIG Passenger TI'aUlcl9.nBgcI'\ Wilmington, N. C. 60c per yard. 35c and 40c per yard. rya k, -

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A Couvlueliilf 1'loture.I
I ontrutfe'' Inflicted upon Jews in

Lula are shown with graphic precl Florida East Coast ,

IT on the In Die Dneto series-Jewleh of photographs committee taken form'I : RailwiY.Local BRAll'ING! BROSumml1m


llrijtluns J m Great as well Britain as Jews and In including Its memo Time Card No. 65 Ifl Effect April 16, J 906.SOUTII. I

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-COUND.: .RI!AD DOWN NORTH.BOUND..READ: UP. J EnCllA N rs: ASSOCIATION: LADIES OUCFICCERS ; -''

e4L 93 I'I'J ;
No. C9BallV No. 23 STATIONS. ti'd,3D't'
O ;IIY all y WEST PALM BEACH, Flit

6 (Hpm 0 20nm Lv.. ................ Jnrkaonvtllo. ..?.?........ 7 25ptn::: Z 65nm. I J 1 1e
.5uu'44.rkw'uvllle... _... ... 7 47'1 .
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7 : 11 1Bam .-...... .. ..... ........ ............ 6 ti'UII
A t 08pm 5apnt lll11i.m .. ......?.....?..-.........k axt Pnlitka...........?.............. .. '" WN
K IlUpUl U ooze Ar................. ........ 1.1.k.. ........_,..........?.... v --nd.l-ao; .ii i1 ----- -- -- -- --- --- - -- ------- -- -- -- ---
7 Itlpm 11 lo..m. Lv.................?.......... .. ............................. 810pm 6 l 85arn02pun A7
: .................. Ar.............. .........S"n 8fetuo..........Lv .... : ... 6 161t1u .-
yJ ...a 1Aam Lv.........................Ban lIIaleo ........................ Ar A 5tovin ....... .. .
91Uaptu U S2vm Lv...........................hunuel ......._..._............L.. t 21,1m Bvlm. / .
9 1411111 U 40pm .. ................_.... ............. 4 8 anon,,,' i i
'IKIIIU tnI'm .?........................?...DupoI1J.-- ........... .". t- ( "iii
10 02pm I 21pm .. ........................... Daytona ..--.-.....-.. .. 8 4M1pm 4 48atn ,
.. ..... ......... .. Orange .. ... ..... 8 4 ,
? ? 16am
ron
101t1pm IlJ1ipm 15pm
10 ovl'm A..2..,. ? >ielv Smyrna. ........................ a 4 y. o
11;. 4 ..................... LRko H e len.. .......,............\1.v 1 Wpm tf U>\pm
4lpm .. ; .!........... ...... 13 BOpin 5 MipmB '
11 2Xnm 4 55pm Art.1. ................ Orange City" .
.............:::1. M1e' n1016put
.1 l !o..rn B ............,. Omnico' City Junction 12 45pm III. :to sure*yield of qunntlty and
: 2 Lv.-... ................2>ew smy DOpia\ 4 OSum nunltty When your ratherphated F--
10pm .. ....."............. .._.Oak n..L. .. 2 40pm B Sluiru terry'a, they warn the bnnt on we: IilP
1I1Cpm 5tpm 8 4opm 10pm Ar...................?.........Tit Ujljlll.e,......................... or.pm 8 ounma market sett but elnenWO they have bean Improv Iuloner I F
h 6 ........._. ..........Bau ford. .. ..... .....".....r. tvJI 11 5An.ni a nopm (Intt and VfKftnhle seeds are expert
+ 4 110mn A SOl"m tl Wpm sniun MluYt.............-............. Sunford.. ..................... \ ""6 50pm 11 loam 11IOA HIMH! A mi tin I.tK-autlfully: tllUBtmud ,
1 "ll -' ft irtpra 1.v...................-.Tltutivlfle.................. .......Ar 2: /spmBTinn6i' .tno to uilappucanis.
( ;y 51pm 8 .. ............................. Coeo......................."....Lv. 1 2ipm 2 rjum, D. A'. FERRY A CO.. Detroit, Mich. a .I 1 1I
t gym r 12 Slam Blpm I .. .........._...........I HooUloilgo! ....................... 1 20pm 2 pain I I
H 11 mm 8 Mpm' .........................h.u alllo.. ........................ ." 13 47pm 1 t7aiu' 1
1 Oltim 4 4 2.POpra plu ?................ ......>I"Ibnnrne ..........................'. 12 87pm 1 H7uin, 7
1 ignm If ...... ...............inbuUanXv ....................?.... .. 11 (2am 12/> :,am
ship, The committee has sent corn- 1 Wain 10pm. .. .w.........?.-................BR Lnclo' .................?.... ., .10 Sum 12 0011 t L
'adorers to Itunnla to distribute the 2 48am 6 00pm .. _....................Fort 1lorca........................ 10 /Mam) tI 6rpll1O"ILm Round Trip Rates Via
8 6 15pm ......... ,.................Tlbb.II...........................".. 10 17(1111 1L :I"pn.
nil It liiis raised for the relief of 8 UOam 6 87pm ................. Eden ............................. .. 10 1:lam 11 1 'i I'm840am "
8 Siam 0 41pm --- Jousen ............................. 10 loam 11 cipin'
j time of persecution. The nccomJuflog 0 Jpra< ... ...................,..._ .. Louisville & Nashville
? .. ....... 10 rupm
,,, ..... ........ .atunrt........._..... ? 10 00am
picture shows the ruin wrought 811I. 67pm .........?...........?...Ibo! Hound ........................ ".. 9 81am 10 u\ pm
4 20am 7 28ptn ............... .. 10 ot'pm
a mob in the' home of a. wealthy .......... .. .......Most Jupiter.Wast .. .. 9 IHum Railroad.The
40am 740pm .. .............?.... Pulm buiioll..,.............t'.. 8 4311111 uopin
if, M. Halperln of Kiev. 15am 816pm .. ........ ..... 8 2 nm 9 ot pm Louisville & Nashville: Railroad
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B 4Ham 8.l1pm .. : :.:.::::::::.:::::::: 8 I'Jiun' 8 rnpiu,'
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B 58amfl 8 Wpm .......... 20"m 7 will sell Round Trip Tickets from Jacksonville
.. .....................Fort JLaililerdala.I.enion ........... 7 nupmt] '
Franklin ,frrmf.Ito 48am 0 40pm' .............. Dnnla "..... .................-.".. 7 10am 7 to points shown on da'\es Indicated
fl.Tarn 9lepm ......?...............Ilaainm.n...............?.... 7 OUam 7 091.00
celebrations the bl-
in honor of 7 Warn .. .............._.. City ......,................. 4anm 7 Tii"reSo' I ; proportionately low rates from
Jlennry of Franklin's birth remind 7 88amT80am 10 :Bopm! ............_...... ....Miami ...Lvt 0 8&am p (-?rnA t111 YYI1YIY'yt' 'L.- ;
10 At ? : :: ::::::::::::::.::: ......... ..... other point qxL
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.........._ -.Miami.
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that'has .. ....... ..
public of the ...............
UOara ..
''n made In printing progress since the great 10 main ....-._..._. _r(....?.......?......Uolueatoad........................ V. 12 3UprUntt'ut ._ I$30. 45. Paris, Texas and return. Tickets ;Four Each Week Between

nter. Inventor and diplomat born Parlor Cart on Ir..ln.W. : and 78. Bullbt Sleeping Can on trains! 00 .and 08. I sold May 3, 4, .S and 6 with final aJAOKSONVrLLENEW 1'k

o,. IT, nun set up his press In PhilIpWn. 1 Dally except SundBY.o.2:1 'ir'.j1hi. i limit May 15 YORK .
For over twenty-flvo years No,16 I. ) 2040. Louisville, Ky., and rrturn. '
No.2ZI t 1t
lIjamln l Franklin edited and : No.n 0.11- 40.18No.ZO, with CalUntr! .t Charleston S.C., both ways
printed Iio.ZI 0,11No.n 8RANCH. 'I Tickets sold June 10, it and la,
and MAYPORT 6u Daily Dailr Dolly THE: FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THtt: COASTWISE;SERVIC&
Er i. of .
811n. Dally bun'. Daily Daily 1"d: renop final limit June 23. By payment \ -
..!! !!. : :; : fee of cents tickets can be extended ,
!! ; ;; ; ;; ;;;; .... -JOekenvtlla..Ar 700a ;;; U;; Drop; ; .; 50 THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES
a49p 5lOp 200p10005Lv. .. ..Lv C6a 882..tH. pl 5 5.. '11080p until July 23. d 1 ,
.......g.r1I1h.I5eknellVlne. Direct Service Betweet.
a 0\1'( 66"-p 61Rp 201> ( ........... 0"-0a SOan1,92Yapj: 0 ?' 41oicp :r'"
PjlO'I" ...
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... .l''bloD.acll. ;, Nashville Tenn, end return. PROVIDENCE '
( 6601' ( \ I'' 1625. BOSTON AND
7211' .........Atlllnilo l.u"cll......... 6 I ISa 75ta 121M1pi 11"1', JACKSONVILLE
I 10MI' 720pI:, 6101'Slip 261pIW41a Ar..... I.yport..r. 600" 71OI1UOOntlltJu.. fJp : Tickets: sold June to, II, 12, 18, 19 AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. in't .

t, OCCIDENTAL STEAMSIIIP COSNECTIOHS+ AT (rlA: 111. and 20 and July 5, 6 and 7, with final Calling! at Charleston both ways "C"
PENINSULAR AND SKMI.WKKKLY: : SAILISOS.
I a4 limit 15 days from date of sale. :By Southbound. From Lewis' Wharf Boston

Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company far payment of fee of 50 cents, and depositing Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville -. ,
I ticket, same can be extended '
Havana and Key West until September 30. CLYDE ST. JOHlNfi RIVER LINEt; ? !'t

Two Sailings Each Week. $16.65. Knoxville, Tenn., and retain. Between Jacksonville and i3anford. .
Tickets sold June 16, 18, 19, 33, 24 and '
Ship's Side No Transfer at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Berestord ( ) and
Trains Discharge Passengers at -- 30 and July 7, 14 and IJ. Flual limit Stopping Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns Rer .1 1 I'
fcr-. I'c.lo,1: In orrl\ at ned! .1. 'r- 15 days from date of sale. Ticketscan t '
train
Thou* Time Tnblci show the time "t n liloli may IIIKMixi d I" rat i>m\i i r : of Jacksonville : '
ut tiifj fee of Steamer City
il extended
from the nveral but their; arrival or imiiure: :11ernarlalnrtri: J i o..n.; be by payment of <
G not !. tblaOompuny(0beboldresponslblormany'delayauranlcen.CAlu. 50. cents, and depositing with special appointed to all a,. lollowx LeavaJdcksonvlll.SnndnysTnee'lnyaandTharadaynaOp.m: ( '
H For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Ciller Inlorrr.aUjn: agent, until!] September 30th. Rotutnlnrf, lento 3anford.' Mondays, WodtieailuyH. and FrUluya', 0:80 a. m. 1.

THE TICKET AGENT." $77.50. San Francisco and Los Angelesand Southbound !!ohe "SEE Read down. Read np r
qen'l. Pa!':. A"t.. .gT. ;' "'m tsrtvr:: ; rr return. Tickets sold June 24 to X."ve330pm .. ... ......... .... JACKSONVILLE:. .. .. .." ... .. ........Arrives no .m.PALATKA '
J. D. RAHNER. Asst. July 6 inclusive. X.'iaal1imlt Srptem- S ... ...... .... ..'... .. .. .. ....... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..Lean 8 00 pm ,
,---' 45 pm .. .. ......... ... .. .. .... .. ,
<* Rlclmrd'i! - -- --- bar 15. Liberal stopover privileges. ? loo.m ..... ..... .. .... ,............, ASTOR 9 30 pm
t Almanac and for a Passengers can go cm route and re- '> urn ..... ...... .. ... ,p't. FRANCIS. .. .... ... .. .. .. ... .. w 2 oo ptn ; f fArrlvslaaam
pe toil he was editor and pub- : .. 43' .. .... .. .. . .. It
HOLES torn .. ...'. .. ... .. .BRP.88FORDJ"rAND( ) oopiu
cot the newspaper called the FhilWa FA -S Denver, Colorado! Springs or Puebleo .8ANFORB. ............. .. ,.. .. ......... '. 9 30 am .I
aZette. The press upon which Col. and return. Ticket sold July 9th, 10 00 .ENTnttPRISE.,.............. ....,.............. .. to 00 am ,1
ukl"a! worked as an apprentice In to 14tb ;'teal return limit August :30. I
"""H w the' National museum Liberal stbp-overs at Colorado Common General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W, Bay St., Jacksonville 1 ;
Points.Milwaukee.'Wls..
I *.. M. tR 'NUONUEILJr.Ase'tdon'tPaasagt I : ( 13) West Buy B Jncknonvlllo. Kla., '
The Dry Deere neweir.t W. bCOUPb.ItJr.PrelRht( Ant., C. I'. LU ELL Supt., ;
.e 0 $32.10 T oot of began Street JnoKsonvilln, Kloridn ,1
\! M oang;: Orj' dock Dewey,g being : ( A. C. IIAGERTV Goal Euifn I'..... An.. few Yoi k. ILYUI3MILNE.: Goal fft Agt N. r '
Uu Tickets
Philippines three of Yt ., and return. i
by
KUKRVlcl'retil: nndGenurallfunnger
O.
,r VHEU: !
1b000t powerful comers In the t 1 sold August 10, ii, and 12. Final
I navy North ftIVl" New Yolk Rrnnoh, Ilinndwav.
,the Journey of nearly 15.000 miles return limit August: aa, Geciornl Olll( con, rieifllt v 4 ,
Daily Mav ijth to September moth r
iI' inclusive. Round trip: summer tourist l
d.'. tickets will be on sale to various re GRAFTED
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Mangoes.
sorts. Full information schedules, timetables BUDDED Mulgoba .
). "" ". ,1 : la etc., will be furnished on application t '
to G. E. HERRING Largest!; Collection of Crotons in the United States alma Phyllanthue ,
Fla. Pass. Agent, L.&N. K.R ,
the Market 118 W. Hay St, etc All pot grown. Full Line Of Citrus Stock
Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on Jickftoiivllle.Fla. grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address' M

The Champion Speed Writers of the WorldSee ----- JOHN B BEACH. West Palm Beach Florida

Lightest Shift, Lightest Rannlnjl. other axle make McGINLEY _- --- -- I
More Fay.Sholes used hi Plasacola ttian:(any J. B. ---
it.
ale CITY: MEAT MARKET .;,
Buying.
it Before Funeral Director
[ T. A. FEASTER Proprietor.

S R. C. DAVIS, StAte ARent. and Florida trail! Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs. .,

:; 48e' iS Srn CHAS. B, KENDALL Local Ago nt,1CIf Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention.

At the Tropical Sun, .WEST PLA Embalmer' Jefferbon, '' Block WEST. PALM BEACH

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I n 34feethWide U from five to six h B0 month feet Subscribe for the Sun I and prepare Lady$4&1> assistant.'tee( .for shipment., TROPICAL SUN, Finest Line Job Printinggat .

t and G3 feet
cost about $500.000.r. ;. r

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PACK HUH) THE\; TUOI'ICAL SUN, W I KM I' 1' IUKACH: : bORlDA 1 VVKUNEjiOVY j JUNE J : 1i J 14)06I )

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paragraphs of I Delray Extends THE gQ t-tl l,:


,ooal Interest I Invititation You : SIRKIi '

I
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Chairinau Sirkin of 'he finance
Mi. II. P. Savage apein Monday ill I I
committee 'of the West Palm Bea h I
Mliitiu business. Look r
on i
Merchants' Asaorintloii bas received the l' COMPANY

Mr Stuart Heyser,, of Miami, la visllni following Invitation from the people of i I IF YOUR FEET HURT f fISee

: relatives in the ulj Del ray to Attend the Fourth of July celebration

Air. Joel A Dean has been ,wpeodlng \ in that progressive little town: Yellow SI-IOES

several clayirin Miami' on business "To the citizem of West Palm Beach: ANTHONY
"You are cordially welcomed by the
Fine Georgia peaches just receivedat citizens of Oelray to participate in their The trouble is, your liver's I I, have advanced from.

Lake Worth Produce Company at. celebration on the Fourth'of July, You sick.: One of its products, j I 30 TO BOJ.'ER CENT

The Lake Worth Produce Companyhas J| arc promised good sport oDd plenty of "bile," is overflowing into I Still we are ready to show ;you the We Claim ,
a cur load of flue watermelons, in I it. I your blood.
'
1 of '
cold storage.<<: See ad. "Thanking the West Palm Beach You can't digest your food,' I very newest styles Spring "Anthony Shoes
and !Bummer:: 1:!
Mrs. C. II. Redder bAR returned from Merchants' Association for its kindness your appetite is poor, you I a:: ARE
Miami where)' hUB been ,'II i lltnf her I' suffer dreadfully from head I Silent Salesmen."
c < { In our behalf, aril: hoping you will all j SHOES and OXFORDSat
sister, Mrs. A K He>ser, be; able to be with us, I remain ache, stomach ache, dizziness

1lrs.'olf., who has been visiting her Respectfully yours, malaria, constipation, the BB me old prices. Why
sister, Mrs. Prank Icluer left Mondayfor "W. W. Blarkmer." etc. What you need is not a I l@t. Decauaa give;\ honest shoe leather value.
/ dose of salts, cathartic wateror I know how to fit feet.
her home in Jensen. ::1\:1:
Miss Maude Coachman baa returned Mrs Bielby, of DeLend, who has for pills-but a liver tonic | W. L. Douglas WE CAURY'SnOES( IN ALL WIDTHS AND SIZES end! when

to her home in Miami, after a pleasant several weeks been the guest of her \e t>.C9 fit afoot properly' '\nr shoes then do the "Silent SellingAnthony .
!
visit with Miss Lewis, of the East Side. daughter Mis. Dwight Cameron, left Thedford'sBlackDraught Monarch Pats I .rte

The regular, monthly meeting of the this morning for her home

West Palm Deach Merchants' Association Mr. F. L. West, who has just harvest. Queen Quality

will be held Friday afternoon, at 3 'ed his crop at Hypo'uxo, left Monday

o'clock. night for New York City, and will probably I' at Just what they lire marked.. B.ros.

Miss Lula Barfield came home Saturday take a trip to his old home in Eng-I
\ night from St. Augustine, where she and during the summer I I Prices $2.50 to $5.00Clothing Incorporated

has been attending the State School for Mrs. Fred Crnttenden\ and two | This great medicine acts gently on .
I the sick liver; It purifies the blood,
Deaf, Dumb and 13:Ind. children, relatives of Mrs. C. F. Crosby, "j renews tliaappetlte,feeds the nerves, 1'kIt e vantage of the Mm'"t,' offer and come to West Palm' Bench
Mrs Shuler and daughter, mother and arrived last night; from Alabama, and I clears the brain and cures consti!

sister of Mrs. C. B, Jefferson, left Saturday are pleasantly located at The Clematis j patlon. I
for Massachusetts to spend the sum. for a visit of several weeks. | It 10 a true medicine for sick liver at closing out prices
and kidneys, and regulates all the
flier at their former home. Mr. and Mrs. WDI. Frcmd returned 4'gesttvefunctiong. Try It.

Miss Bessie Waters, our telephone Saturday evening from 'a visit to St. At all dealers in medicines in L

manipulator, went to West Palm Beach Augustine, where they witnessed tbe ; 23c:packages.4UGUST. Top Shirts I

on Wednesday evening for a business graduation of their daughter, Miss UQA .lt UQ.umt QqQ
and social trip.-Melbourne Times. uie, from St. Joseph's Academy. '
Jen'l
2 for $1.25
Mrs. J. B. Beach and children, accompanied Mrs. E :N. Dimick and son, Frank

by Mrs. Beach's mother, Mrs. the East Side, left this morning fur a STOCKER

Bacon, left yesterday morning: for Heudersouville three mouths' outing in the
t First-Class The Sirkin
N: C., to spend the summer. They will first go to Monteagle, Nortb'l Experienced Comp'yJefferson

Mr. Louis de Gottrau expects to leave for a few weeks, later going to
]!lock West Palm BeachTown
Custom ShoemakerFiuEoglsaiiStaMadetoOrier
tomorrow morning.for Henderson ville, Pennsylvania and thence to Michigan.Mr. I,

N. C., where he will join his daughter, Len Russell, who for the past j I West Palm ,Beach. Florida
Airs E. T. Mnore, and spend the sum three months has been employed as
and machinist in the planingmill
mer. engineer Lots.
Lumber FOWLER BROS & KING
Wanted.-Position as stenographerand operated by the East Coast
and Supply Company, left Sunday morning : Wear Rubber Soles and Rubber
Box
typewriter. Address< P. O. 158,
West Palm Beach. as-tf for New York to spend the summer. Heels for Comfort MACHINE SHOP

Lainhart & Potter have commenced Mr. A. P. Anthony is placing artifi- Choice Residence Lotsfrom
the for the cial stone on the ground for the erectionof Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish,andSboe' GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
delivering stone on ground ALL KINDS LATHE and 8HAPER WORK
a stone fence or wall around his Laces for Gentlemen's, adies andChildren's of ,
be erected
new business block to by
premises on Datura street The wall Shoes always on hand ;
Messrs. Anthony Brothers, on the site
of tye old Commercial Hotel. will be twenty-two inches high, with an Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach I GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR $200, up,

ornamental cap, and the stones used In i
Mr*. Arthur Spitzer and little son re- SALE tme-third cash balance by semi-annual
Its will be rough finish, ,
tnrned Sunday evening from Miami, and
will leave tomorrow morning for Grand which will mike a very attractive yardA GEO. HASLEHURST & SON Near ferry Landing, Lake Front, Installments:: on reasonable time, according -

Rapids, Mich., where they will make colored woman named Eliza Stanley WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA to price of lot.
their permanent home. was drowned early Sunday morning Contractors and BuildersP.
For plats and full information apply to .
while bathing in the surf several hundred
Mr. E. T. King, of Fort Lauderdale, Great rush for those Dollar SterlIng
yards north of the pier. It was first O. BOX 304
spent Sunday lu the city, on his way to Silver Spoons at Idner's. WALLACE R. MOSES
St. Augustine. Mr. King has extensive reJjortecllbat the woman had suicided, ,
drainage contracts with the Florida but Inter it was ascertained that she was Agent Florida East Coast Hail war Land Department
and undertakesome subject to fits and it Is presumed that West Palm Beach
East Coast Railway, may West Palm Beach Florida.
of the drainage work in this vicln-: while suffering from one of these attacks ... ,
phe lost her life. The body was soon re* "
ity. covered and was buried Monday morning.An % ""'d01e
Rev' and Mrs F. W. Weatterwax: left Gasoline and Oil
itiquest was not deemed necessary DeliveryCARL
Monday night for their new home in
s1es1+ NSUMMER ""
'"'
Fayette, Iowa, where Mr. Weatberwax MILLINERY

has recently accepted a call 'to the Con Saturday and Monday of every week KETTLER Jr., Prop. HOTEL. CHICAGO
gregational church. A number of friends will be special sales day at Miss Ponce's Ihaving
accompanied them to the station to bid millinery. I bought from II. C. DeCerry the city gasoline and oil

them adieu. I delivery, I hereby solicit the patronage of the public in West Palm
HOTEL{ DEll PAno
Miss Mary Lou Hatchett, of West NOTICE OF 'ELECTION. Beach and Palm Beach. Prompt and Tree delivery, and courteous treat-

Palm Beach, who as the guest of Miss Public notice is hereby given; that a ment to all will be my motto. A
High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.
Special Election will be held on Tuesday

Louise Scott for the past two weeks, has .
I August! 7th, A D. 19116 in the Pub I Want Your Trade. LjDIHlld between Wnnlilngton and Muclluun, Avenues, fronting '" MilDmilovunl .",
been one of the most popular visitors
lic Fire Hall on Poincetta Street at West 1. the Clilongo Uiilverult .
adjoining }
Ocala has ever entertained, left Tuesdayfor Palm Beach Fla.; the polls to be openon .
her home.-Ocala Correspondence said election day from 8 o'clock A. P"r'Irnd| Bedroom with Private Bath and Hoard for two People |
Times-Union. M. to sun set. The purpose of said QEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST From $Jo to $.0 per Week.
election is to vote upon Bonds for Sewer
Miss Bertha Elliott left yesterday and street improvements and is to PALM BEACH / 'l'W"I\'v minutes from Down Town Ua Illinois Central: Hnllwu\,
morning for St. Augustine, where she be in accordance with the following rea. All Trains atop at 6jrd ,Street, to which all Baggag-a should be Checked

will visit friends till the latter part of olution passed by the City Council on Bus Trips to BRADUHV & JflUSHRVH, Pl'opl'l.ton.
s Tuesday the nth of June A. D. 1906 In
the weelr. On Friday morning Mrs. J. regular session: and Lantana,
Elliott and Miss Beatrice Elliott will "THEREFORE be it received, bv the
leave for St. Augustine and from there City Council of Went Palm .Beach, Flop Baggage Delray, --- -
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; the family will proceed to Newport to Ida in regular meeting assembled this
12th day of June, A. D. 1906, that, Wagons Eoynton
t.., spend the: summer. on the 7th day of August, A. D. 1906, Meet and G. G.
Master Lem Campbell, the Interesting there shall be held In the City of West Strqhm Company
Palm Beach, Florida, a !special electionto All Other I
d : little son of Alderman and Mis. Thos.
determine the question of Insulin
J. Campbell, celebrated the anniversary bonds of the City of West Palm Beach, Trains Points
t of his second year on earth at the home Florida in tbe sum of Seven Thousand PHMILY GROCERIES
of his parents last Thursday afternoon. Five Hundred Dollars ((17.50000)) to con SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN
4' fiat of Fifteen ((15)) bonds of the par val. .
A number ot his friends .
young were I FREE &AM..L.E ROOM
ue of Five Hundred Dollars ((50000'each } Food
t present and enjoyed the proceedings, bearing date tbe first day of September Fancy Products .
including the refreshments, to the fullest A D. 1906, payable in gold
extent. coin of the United States of America of rain
: and
the present standard weight an,1lne./ Provisions.
Mr. Sam O. Fitts, chief deputy clerkof ness, Thirty ((30)) years after date, with
the circuit court, passed through interest payable semi-anuually, at the
Monday morning on his way from Miami rate of five ((5) per cent per annum Abrams & Miller JEFFERSON BLOCK
\both principal and interest payable at 1
to Mr. Fitts will
Chicago.: enter the office of city treasurer of the Cityof I I
the Presbyterian Hospital In the latter Weat Palm Beach, Florida with a.. West Palm Beach Florida
city for i nother surgical operation and provision that'any or all of said bond ,
further treatment for chronic trouble, may be redeemed at par and accrued
Interest not sooner than ten ((10)) years BlacksmithsWheelwrights
and to remain
expect in Chicago sever after date." .
al weeks. Ills many friends in Dade The. ballot shall be: \

county him trust permanent that the relief treatment will afford Against For Bonds Bonds for $for,500.oo 17,500,00 mnr1tf'r"r"mrm"rm"mr,' nrm"rm"r"mmmmI "" ,

and tbe "X" mark shall be placed to
Mr. B. A. Maxfield, assistant cashier the left and immediately in front of Horseshoeing and General Re-
of the Dade County State Bank, expects whichever proposition the elector shall Jle l l1ieQel j plarmaey

to leave the city Saturday night for amonth's elect to vote for. Work
I I appoint as inspectors and clerk respectively pair -
vacation which he will
spend
of tbe said election, R. VT.Porter.
'4' in his former home in Michigan and I E. T. Williamson\ E. E Solicits YOUR, Trade.
other points to the North. In Jacksonville Schult\ and C A. Lopez; the said inspectors Manufacture of Tools a SpecialtyFreight 1.-
be will be joined by Mr. W. T. and clerk to receive for their
services the same remuneration as such
+ Moore, the East Coast representative of ;officers for counlyelectlons. Paid One Way on All Out-of-town Orders fc We give you Pure Drugs' at Moderate
' I the Kingan Packing Company, who will W. I. Metcolf, .r

1 go North with him.L Mayor, g Prices, put up by a Registered
West Palm Beach, Fla. June 23, 1906. ,.
Mr. E.A. Ebmann spent Sunday with r;; Pharmacist.st.
{friends Miami. lie expects to make I A HAPPY MOTHER .
another trip to the Magic City tomorrow, I will see that her baby Is properly cared Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach == '.

when be will endeavor to become .a for-to do this a good purgative is neces- Try our Ice Cream
g Candy Soda and
Elk. He is now practicing failing'down ,j sary Maiy babies suffer from worms ,
the stairs of the Jefferson block and will -
and their mother 10n't know It-if your

j make a couple of high dives from the baby Is 'feverish and doesn't sleep at I II It. N. Burhans, Pres. E. A. Ttdd, Vice Pre, \V. W. Tldd, Sec. and Trees E A. G. RIEOEL,

weather tower in the park this afternoon, nights, it Is troubled with worms. 1
at five o'clock, so that he may be accustomed ,i, White's Cream Vermifuge will clean ont Florida Orange Grove Realty Co S Graduate New York,College of Pbarma

ti 4 initiation to the in the hardships Order of incident Elki. to an : these worms in a mild pleasant way. If you have an Orange Grove, Grape Fruit Grove Pineapple Grort or Lemon 711111111JillilllllllQUlhlUlllllJlllU' 1 jl'll'l1'jl'll'jl'lllJl'jlne ' '
Once tried always nsed. Give It ft-trial. Grove that yon want'to sell, write Ult and we will show you how WE SELL
Remy Magnetos, $15.00. Best made, Price 15'cents at A. G. Riegef drag GROVES. No. i-j Hogan street
at Fowler Bro Hi King's. store. Reference AtlantloSTntloual Bank of JaoluonvUla J*ck.oa.il1e Florida


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