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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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I -Dade County Pineapple BUILDING BOdffi Company Will be Asked 'I'IY' \ ; II


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conversation with a prominent at all. The lands ,
In any are being takenup t The regular monthly meeting of the I City for road purposes. It was unanimously y '
pineapple grower this, morning;, The rapidly, and it Is said to be a fact Commissioners ''t'tl'
Board of County was decided tbe Converse Bridge/: Co.
Tropical Sun learns that just at present" that many of the Indian River growersare : held In Miami Monday and Tuesday, be requested to rebuild the county
land boom on 'la the the Contract Let for Hotel Jefferson and Other Work ,
there Is a genuine among new purchasers. The ,f' ,i all members being present. bridge at Fort Lauderdale, the same ,;

East Coast section between Pompano acreage will probably increase to some i Progressing. M.' E. ; Gruber to Erect a The main business of the session was having toppled Into the:!river last Satur'I-'I' I'I 1
add Deerfield, where the pineapple! \ extent in Dade county, while some of '
to receive and l x over the books of Tax day night. ;
lauds said to be the best along the en- the older fields further up the coast are Stone Business Block. 6
being: abandoned.As \ Assessor George O. Butler, of the pres The application of John Miller

tire coast, are In great demand. a rule pineapple growers along tbe tnt year, but owing to the compilation through: James T. Sanders, for permission

Asked as to the truthfulness of the entire coast have met with satisfactory not having been finished Mr. Butler was to capture a manatee in the south ; ,

rumor that there would be1! an Increased! success in production! and marketing The\ building boom Iu West Palm of iron and will be of a substantial I granted another month in.which to com fork of the St. Lucie river, to be used

acreage in pines another year, the Rentlemrn of this season's crop, but there is not' Beach continues without cessation, and nature. The stal'way'wtll! lead up from plete the same.Chairman for scientific purposes, was granted. y
said that the Increase would be the slightest\ danger of the industry being Wlnfield brought to the attention The applications of B. F. Lasseter& 1u
the present summer bids fair to becomea the exterior of the building on Olive
light, if Indeed there proved to be overdone next year. of the board the collapse of the Sou and W. N. Woods to sell. wines and
very record-breaker. One encouraging street, and will also be constructed of
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county bridge over the river at Fort liquors Np. 10, was granted. !
feature of the present boom is that, as a Iron. It will have two wide landings. Lauderdale, and It was decided that the The bond of notary public. of I. G.

Something New Delray Fittingly I rule, the class of buildings being put up The building will be set hack a distance builders, the Converse Bridge Co., be Burns with W. M. Brown and J. 11. Gil. '
requested to replace the same In good man, as Sureties, was approved.Tax .
are of a substantial: nature and far super of four feet from the present! Olive street
In Celebrates FourthThe and substantial condition, The attor- Collector T. N. Gautier filed his .
Pineapples for to those erected during; the past three building line, but will be set even with 5
ney of the board was directed tq draft a mouthly report as follows: Collected,
L or four years. the present, Clematis avenue building resolution to that effect. 1471.82; paid to bond trustees, $116.- ,,
The pineapple industry is destined to progressive and patriotic little Several week ago The Tropical Sun ;ilne, the change In the Olive street line Messrs. Boggs/ and Bush, Cocoanut 68; ,special school district No. I, $1320 .' +

become more important In this section ,' City of Delray Is to be congratulated upon old of the plans'or the Jefferson estateto being made to allow room for the exterior Grove, petitioned the board for a per ; general revenue, $1,341.94. Total, ,
than In any other part of the state and the success of its big X celebration of remodel the new Jeffersou block and stairway.The mit to construct and maintain a private $1.471.83.Tbe .
It gives The Morning News much pleasure I the Glorious Fourth. I convert it into n hotel building!: to be i telephone \line between Miami and Cc- following applications to sell
that through hybridization West Palm Beach sent large delegations ground floor of the new buildingwill
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to announce The wines and ordered advertised '
known as Hotel Jefferson: plans coanut Grove the same to be strung liquors were
a very valuable variety has been ; to participate in the exercises, have been completed by Architect E. A, be occupied by the G. G. Strobui along the public highway. The request : George Zapf, district NO.3, '_t '
developed at the Experiment station many going by boat, while some went Shmann and this week the contract was Company, tbe well known grocers, was granted. Karl Zap!, district No. 10; J. W .Rich- 'f ,
".WVut'\'f.rUj!' $" yet this' new pineapple by the early morning train, and othersIn let to Haight & Welbourne, well known while tbe second floor. front,will be fitted Nearly all of the afternoon' session hourg, district NO.3; F. Egerton & Co.,
bas nSptU; name than No. 91.ProfVErWif7 hacks. Every one who attended IS local contractors, who expect to commence up for a suite of offices. The re was taken up In the auditing and payIng district No 3; Otto W. Weybrecht district -
'. Bessey, pathologist in,I loud in expressions of praise for the mainder, the second floor may be used district i r
work the first of next week. of monthly bills, among which was Fo. 10; A. B. Chapman, I '
charge of the Sub-Tropical Laboratory, I public-spirited citizens of Delray. As was told by Tbe Tropical Sun, the for a lodge/ room'', but this matter has that of Griffing Bros., nurserymen, for No. 10.
presented The Morning News with a I The program as, published In The I changes consist of a two-story thirty not yet been decided upon by the owner. planting out beJge and shrubbery During the interim of the bridge construction j ,
fine specimen of No. 91 yesterday and Tropical Sun was carried out with tbe loot front addition -Clemruia avenue 1\!. E. GRUBER TO BUILD. about the court house grounds. Mr. at Fort Lauderdale, Wtii. M, t l
In speaking of it Prof. Bessey says; I exception of a few numbers which were adjoining Anthony's store. This addition 1E.. Gruber, one of the Cottage Winfijld and Mr. Tweedell not voting Allen was appointed ferryman at a sal- '
About twelve years ago the SubTropical omitted on account of the ralus. will be used for an office and stair- City's pioneer merchants, who recently on the bill.Chairman. ary of fo per month. A lighter will
Laboratory of tbe United States Department Among the speakers were lIon. J. VV way, while the second floor will be fitted acquired the lot adjoining his store to Winfield waa authorized to be used to convey passengers and vehicles a

of Agriculture: was located at Watson,'tepreeentative.elect, and R. H. up for a ladles' parlor. The 0 Ivestreetwin the west, has decided to improve the sign on behalf of the Ooard and countya tbe ferry to start north of the ,ti i
Eustls, for the study, primarily, of cit, Seymour, of Miami, and Capt. Geo. B. ,.!( will be changed so that it can be property at once, and E. A. Ehinann,. quit-claim deed for certain county I bridge. Trips will be made by the fer. ,
rus fruits and pineapples aud secondarily Baker, county commissioner-elect, and used for dining room and kitchen purposes the architect, is now drawing plans for land desired by the citizens of Lemon r>man whenever demanded. in
of other tropical and eab-lroplcilfruit. L. W. Burkbardt, ex-mayor of West while the entire second floor of the construction of a two-story artificial L
.. In 1895 Dr. H. J. Webber, then |I Palm Beach. I the building will be changed and cut up stone building, with lion and glass\ front. +
stationed nt this Laboratory at Eustls, Many interesting contests were rewarded about twen- T. J. & Co'sElectric
|r Into sleeping looms; making The building will have a frontage on Campbell! Egerton
began making hybrids of choice sorts of|f I. with valuable prices aud some! y-five or perhaps thirty sleeping rooms Clematis avenue of as feet and a depthof
pineapples, with the aim of making superior -l of these prices now rest InVest Palm all told. The alterations and improvements SP feet. The building will be iu line Buys Cox Transfer Plant

sorts to those in general cultivation. Beach. ____________ \, will perhaps cost in all aboutUo.ooo with the old Jefferson building, which Is' .

When the Laboratory was moved MAY LIVE 100 YEARS. and when completed will make some four feat in from the present Gru Alderman Tbos. J. Campbell has purchased Egerton & Company, tile well knowu ?
from Eustis to Miami six: : or seven years a very desirable hotel property. ber building. It will have; an interior
Tie: chances for living a full century from P. C. Cox the business saloon men of Banyan street, have recently
ago the hundreds of seedling pineap- excellent in the case of Mrs. Jennie THE STROHM BLOCK. stairway, leading to the second floor, r
Webber's work are I known as the Cox Transfer, and will purchased through Fowler Bros.
handsomely
ples resulting from Dr. where two suited of offices will be I
Me. buildng
Duncan, of Haynesville, now 70 Tbe plans for the new two-story
were planted at the new locution of the "Electric Bitters fitted up. While It Is not known take possession in a few daja. Tbe deal & King, machinists aud agents, the necessary
years old. She writes; to be erected at the southwest corner
Laboratory As they have come into I cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of so of Clematis avenue and Olive street by' yet who will occupf the ground floor of I includes the sale of the horses, vehicles equipment for a private electric n 9
I fruit the undesirable sorts have been the! building, it is learned that bothof of business also is
years standing and made me feel as G, G. Strohui, have been sboutcomplet. new and other equipment the light plant, aud the machinery now J
ruthlessly weeded out. A dozen or I well and'strong as a young girl" Electric ed by Architect.!!; Ehmanu, and the con the suites of offices hive been leased the city contract with P. C. Cox for being Installed In an iron building in ;';
more have proved tbeinaelves to be very Bitters cure Stomach and Liver dh- tract'will probably be let within the for a term of yeara.HUFFSTETTLER. scavenger work, street cleaning and repairing the rear of tbe Egerton saloon.

superior and five of them will be described eases, Blood disorders, General Debilityand next few days, The plans show one of TO IMPROVE. which' was secured by the latter The plant consists of a six h. p. Pair. r
and given names In the yearbook, from the council last fall at a con- banks-Morse gasoline engine, with dynamo
tl
Sold a ctlvebusl. known
bodily weakness. on guarantee the ,most, if not the most attr W. I. Huffsteuler, the well t'
of the United States Department of Agriculture at any drug store. Price only 500 ness blocks in the city. bicycle and automobile man, could no sideration of f 125,oo per mouth attached so that t>o belting will\ $
for 1905, which will be Issued Mr. Campbell has secured a permit be required In tbe production of electric l
The building will have a frontage: on longer stand the'pressure, and he, too,
at Washington the coming month. No Many friends in West Palm Beach Clematis avenue of 28 feet, and will extend has caught/: the improvement 'lever. It from the'city council for the enlargement ity. It will have a capacity of sixty I
91 is one of the most prolific and choicest will regret to learn of the death of Rev.C. back on Olive street to a depth of is learned this looming from a reliable and improvement of his atables: on 32-candlepower Incandescent lights or
of these named hybrids. It has a F. VanAucken, the evangelist who 123 feet. It will be built of artificial source that he will within the next few upper Clematis avenue, now occupied the equivalent thereof. Egerton and ?r
delicious flavor, reminding one somewhat conducted a series of meetings in the stone, rough finish, while all of the con weeks commence the work of extending I by the West Palm Beach Transfer Com Company will perhaps be able to turn
of the pear or peach. Some of school auditorium in this city several ners and cornices will be'of' stone and of his sbop, which IJ just west of the site pauy, and as soon as possible will make on the current tonight, and it is their
these sorts will be In tbe hands of Metropolis I extensive alterations in the property, intention to light their entire building,
put week>> ago.: The Jacksonville ornamental designs. Tbe lower front: to be improved by Mr. Gruber, out to I
growers in different bf the state ,following ac- F He to in considerable new Including the double saloon on the
parts of yesterday gives the will be of iron and glass, while the up. the Clematis avenue building line. This expects put
for further testing and if satisfactory will couut of his death: "Rev. C. F. Van- per front, on Clematis avenue, will be completed he will have erected a band- stock and will probably conduct a general ground floor and tbe apartments on the
be distributed wldelp.-Miami News. Aucken aged a Congregational, which be in lively business second Hoo r. Ornamental electric signs 'J
5A,years .. very attractive, having a circular veranda some stone front, will keeping
-- J minister ot Lansing Mien.? died L in this extending around some distance on with the other modern buildingson At the meeting of the city council will also be placed in front of tbe build.
The remains will be next Tuesday night Mr. Campbell will ing and fans will later be Installed.
be built tbe
Another Concern city yesterday. Olive street The veranda will avenue.
1 taken to his home in Lansing on rue probably offer his resignation ass member The plant is modern in every particular ih'rM
7:45: train over the Southern Railway, I I of the board and ask that the same and will prove a great attraction for the
Makes InvestmentIt accompanied by hU wife and brother. The Tropical Sun's Bank Directors be accepted Immediately, so that be can Eg4rton! saloon. j?'
Funeral Director Charles A. Clark pre- legally perform his contract with the v

wilt be seen from the advertising pared the body for shipment." New Awnings Hold Meeting city. Who is to be his successor is as Death of Miss Woodward.Miss fi'
columns of this issue of The TropicalSun yet a matter of speculation, as no name Mary Elizabeth Woodward died
that the West Palm Beach Transfer Attention, Churchmen.Notice -- brs been mentioned in connection with at the home of her sister, Miss Ltnra
Company have made another invest is glven'to the members of the The front and east windows of The I The regular; semi-annual meeting of the office. V Woodward, ou the East Side, at five x
ment In West Palm Beach. Union Congregational church that at II Tropic 1 Sun office are being fitted up the board of directors of tbe Dade Coun- o'clock last Saturday afternoon. She
They' have bought fairly large chunk 6'clock} tomorrow morning, after the I with attractive canvas /awnluga. which I ty State Bank was held last Tuesday, Depariuent The Dade offers County the State moat Ban absolute k'aSaviags: safe had been' in feeble health for several ;

of advertising space in The T. S. Sunday-school services, there will be a will make summer life more endurableto when encouraging reports were submit funds of yearn. and her! death while a shock to t
Will\ it pay them ? Just watch them l I business meeting of the church. All', the newspaper makers who have to ted. The semi-annual dividend of four investment for your market.surplus We any relatives and friends, was not unexpect A
the percent
grow, If you do not believe they have members are requested to be present.J I work regardless of weather conditions. per cent waa ordered paid to stockholders securities on pay 4 Next ed. She was about 60 tears of age, and ,
made WIse in vtktment. Mark the prediction B. McGinley, Clerk.. I I The awnings were manufactured herein and it was shown that tbe savings interest! payable quarterly. was a native of New York State, but
that in less than ninety days West Palm Beach by the McGinley department recently inauguratedby : Monday July first Is the beglnninjof our had been residing at Palm Beach for S
then
they will bi occupying a bran new build- C. I. A. Meeting.The II Brothers Company, and are very attractive the bank is meeting! a popular TJ*. I second quarter; open an account second dividend the past twelve years.
and be with us at our
lug, and a year hence their business will City Improvement! Association as well as serviceable. This well mand, tbe deposits being encouraging. The body was embalmed and pre ,
have doubled.: will bold their regular monthly business known company has made a great hit Altogether the Cottage City's financial period. at pared fo/shiptneut by McGinley Brothers t

Does It pay to advertise J' Ask the meeting on next Monday, July 9-h. at during; tbe present summer season with institution was shown to be in a most Batteries and Complete Launch Supplies and after funeral service Sunday {

Went Palin Beach Transfer Companyone 4 p. m., at the home of Mrs N. S, Burn- their awnings, and have filled several healthy condition. at Fowler Bros. & King's. afternoon, at the residence at 4:30: conducted a
year from today.Pineapple. ham. All members are urged to attend. large orders np and down the: East by Rev. Dwight Cameron, wan

( ,Mrs. W. P. Halchett, Sec'y. Coast. Their work Is certainly not BEATS THE MUSIC CURE. B. B. Laughter, Bybalia, Miss., writes: forwarded by express Sunday night to d ,
Crates. i Mrs. N. S. Burnham, Prea. without merit, and The Tropical Sun To keep the body In tune.' writes "I have two children who bad croup. I Otistilte N. V., for Interment. The
We have about ao: cars of pineapple would advisd those who have not yet ldr .:Mary Brown; ao Lafayette Place, tried maay different remedies, but I remain were accompanied, north by the
crates for delivery. Write us f,r price. Postmaster Wm. Poland, of Mango- been suoplled with such goods tp com Pougbkeepsle, N. Y. "I take Dr. King's must soy your Horehound Syrup I I. the sister, Miss Laura Wo'odwarl, who has
Hast Coast Lumber& Supply Co. resignation to the municate with McGinley Brothers Company tbe sympathies 0"the entire community '
nla, has ndered his New Life Pills. They are the most reliable best Croup and Cough medicine I ever
at a Baa Gallic, Fla. government, and the office at that place and pleasant laxative"! have vaed." For sale by A. O Riegel. in her sad bereavement. t' '

Prof. R. A. Palmer,of Blalraton Iowa, will be discontinued ou next Saturday left found.... Best for the Stomach, Liver Machines
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Maltby and Records al' i Remy 00. Best made.PUBLISHED
baa been appointed principal tbe Mi- one week from today. Mail for that and Bowel Guaranteed by all druggist Talking Magnetos, f 15 ,
Lint bl distributed at the Tbursday for a three months' pleasure makes at: Idnor it Son's. U at Fowler Bros.& King's.
will then !
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;S THE TROPICAL SUNPioneer The Little; Girl; I' That } We hereby A Challenge challenge Mr. Marvin I I Pnhlio NOTICE notice ia OF ht-rvhy ELECTION.given that a I a

Special Election will be held on Tile -
PlorlJn. Swung on the Gate Milton of Delray who awarded the .
( Paper ol Dude County wns lay, August 7th A D n_>j6 in the Pub
,, -----.- -.-.-, Sift prize, a bicycle in the nine-mill : lie Fire Hall on PotiiceUa Street at West
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Published I Kver>' iVcdneaday' and SaturdayT [Orltflnal] I contest at Del ray July 41 tb.! for another I II Palm Beach Fla.; the polls to be openon
said election] from 8 o'clock A.
day
.. WIST PALM BEACH DADa OOUNTY NLORInA When the Bret warm sprlUK day nine-mile race, no. handicap, for a purse ot said .
I M. to sun set The purpose
came no got grandfutlicr, who Inn of $35.00 and the bicycle he won on the election is to vote upon Bonds for Sewer ,

i SUB8CIUJ"TIOS! : 1'HICE W.OO PElt YEAR. been 111 all the winter, out of bed ana 4th. Winner taking all. and street Improvements, and is trt .' "' \

placed him In a big chair ou the porch (Signed) Carl Kettler, Jr., be In accordance with the following resOIUtiOlI -
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t I was his favorite grandchild, and Lucius Thomas, .
Tuewlay the lath of June A. D. 1906 In
Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'jCHAS. after the others bud gone I reunluec, Ad J Sanderson I regular session: 'j

\ ; B. KENDALL, Manager. to keep him company. He sat looking West Palm Beach, July 7th 1906 "THEREFORE be it revolved, by the :, "

dreamily cut ou the landscape, whlcl City Council of Went Palm Beach, FlorIda .' '.;

sloped away from where ,wo were. The Friends in West Palm Beach of one in regular meeting assembled this "
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of Wept>a...> Rene ..
VS gntered at the Fottoffict railroad run a short distance below, lath day of June, A. D. 1906, that. ','
., aa. econd-cla matter. and train clattered by. On grandfather's William VanNess have expressed a on the 7th day of August, A. D. 1906 .
._ a great deal of uneasiness over hlsdisap there shall b;: held\ In the City of West ,
'
Blugtriar
face was a oxprei
pearance from the city this week. It Foltn Beach, Florida a special election
; BISHOP( CANDLDR'S "OLD TIME' slou. to determine the question of issuing
; seems that Van ccmpletely dropped out 1
i' RELIGION." What are you thinking about,grandfather bonds of the City of West Palm Beach (
I ?" I asked of sight on the 4th, and has not been Florida in the sum of Seven ThousandFive

{\ In the couree of a recent Metbo-\ "I am thinking about, a scene that seen or beard of since. So much of this Hundred Dollars ($7,500.00)) to con ..

Bishop Candler took occurred many years ago on a morning Charley] Rosa monkey business has stet of Fifteen ((15)) bonds of tbe par val. ..
distconference Tills la let sea"- ue of Five Hundred Dollars (500.00)
: Just like this. me becu! going ou of late, that his friend
.( occasion to pronouuce squarely in "The :20th! ot May," I Bupplled. \ each, bearing;date the first day of Sep "-
fear he has been kidnapped, and if he
I teniber A D. 1906, payable in Role .5'
; "old time religion. "It either the 20th or near that
favor of the was has it i is'a case of mistaken identity. 1 It com of the United States of America oC
date that I, them tt! young/ fellow of .
He talked a fine mess of good common is generally believed that the Miami the present standard weight and fineness
tbel'ewbero
eighteen was passing down after date with
,. sense, as well as theological that train has Just darted by "Helluks" have got him and will place interest, Thirty payable(30) years semiannually, at the

brass tacks, to the prWhers composing only then there was no train there, but him (in training. He would soon become rate ol five ((5)) per cent per annum Hatchett-DaCamara Hardware Go

the highway, aUlI rode In a stageS a fine "Baby Helluk." both principal an4 Interest payable at
?! the conference. conch. The grounds of this house then the office of city treasurer of the City Wholesale Retailers of Hardware

Bishop Candler does not tolerate extended to the road, the fence lining A HAPPY MOTHER, of West Palm Beach, Florida, with a
crIUci..m"of down there and ,provision that tiny or all of said bonds West Palm :Beach Florida
what for "higher!; It ,There was n gate care ,
passes I looked out of the stage window ]1 will\ see that her baby is properly may be redeemed at par and accrued
as
the destructive kind but rather about eight old gwlng for-to do this a good purgative; isnecessary. Interest not sooner than tenJ(10)) years
girl Jours
saw a ;
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seeks to destroy it-to exterminate lug on It Her blue eyes were used on Many babies suffer from worm The ballot shall be: -

y. It root and branch from the Held the conch; and the mild breeze was aud their mothers on't know It-if you I For Bonds for $7,500,00 ------=

with her hair which, with the and doesn't Bonds for l 10oo
Hid! playing baby is feverish sleep at I Against $7,500.00
Ho stands for tc
of theology. a sun shining upon It, WitS the color of nights, it I is troubled 1 with wormsWhite's and the"X" mark shall be placed to
lid" acceptance of the Bible ns thoaly < those lances of light that shine through Cream Vermifuge will clean out I the left and immediately in front or JSURKIIARDT'S ly.aPalirBeach, Junw 10

: wood bright morning whichever proposition the elector shall
authoratlve revelation of Himself a ou a .
these worms in a mild! pleasant way elect to vote for.
minute that I saw
"It was barely a
that God has given to man. rather Once tried always used. Give it a trial I appoint as inspectors and clerk respectively -
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her, but youth Impressible or
the. Price cents at A. G. Riegel's drug of the said election, R, W. FOR THE BATH.
Nor is the Bishop ashamed of when a youngster Is Impressed nt all 25 Porter. E. T. Williamson E. E

gospel of Christ believing It to be he la Impress1 thoroughly. ture.. Schultz and C. A. Lopez; the said Inspectors BORAXO is a highly perfumed soap powder for the toilet and bath
canal
the
before
"That their
was shortly and clerk to receive for '
I the power of God unto salvationto was built. The rond gave way to the ANCIENT ROME services the same remuneration aa such One half cupful], more or less, thrown in the bath tub will\ give one of the

every man who behevetU" canal or the towpath and we who had is now merely a memory of the past officers for county elections most exhileraling baths Imaginable, and will leave the body with a dellghtful '

It is refreshing to have men of been usoJ to traveling, on the coach I Ballar 'e Snow Liniment Is the fa mil W. I. Metcalf, and lasting delicate perfume .

were how pulled along in a boat by a J liniment of tbe twentieth century. A Mayor. BORAXO Is found most desirable for all toilet uses. It may be used I
and West Palm Beach, Fla., June 1906.
i culture academic power profound couple of horses. It was six years aft- positive cure for Rheumatism Burns cuts. I 23 freely for washing the mouth and teeth

1 spirtual experience tin er passing the place that I passed It Sprains, Neuralgia etc., Mr. C. II. Rnu FOR A SHAMPOO use a small quantity of Boraxo; apply directly '

a champion the old, childlike faith again In a canal boat, about 5 o'clockon you, Stanberry, Mo writes: "I have PROFESSIONAL CARDS. to the moistened hair; rub briskly. A delightful cleansing lather is quicic- '
midsummer oft that Jesus loved to commend and a used Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and ly produced. Follow with a thorough: rinsing.

and the grass were slightly browned all pain. I can't say enough In its LAW It is:put up In one pound decoraiea:! tins with full directions for use. '
of
'I t' that has been the saving grace with n drought and the whirring! of i

all the generations since his time. locuNtn had a hot sound! As we floated praise." For sale by A, G. Riegel. rO.. OlIIUHNOWOHTHATTORNEY I Price 25 cents.

lazily by the place I hoped I might : .
who would weaken faith by TO LOAN.
They little and MONEY
: catch a glimpse of my girl, AND COUNSELLOR
: ,the unfinished theortues of speculative I expected to see her still a little girl JF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT
.. want to improve and need Went Patel Beach, Fla L. W. BURKHARDT.
the Inoperative though I realized she must be older you moneyto FINEST aROcERES, .
,
philosophy do apply to Geo. G. Cm rte,
chemistry of evolution and the jar- She turning did tho not 111'111beyol1l1 appear but as I we saw were two West Palm Beach / GI:O. G: cuuitiK I N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed.

gon of flanneled-mouth infidelity young ladles as I supposed strolling toward HALF '1'IIEWORLD WONDERShow Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law/ 3711 will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books
<)
are not so many or so powerful as us on the towpatli. Wheu we the other half lives' Those who WEST'P\LM BEACH FLORIDA
ncareil them I recognized In one of use Bucklea'gArulcaSalve wonderif o-0-0-o-o-o-0-0 0:0-0-0 l-o<>o<> oo<>o-o
never
the mothers the youths I FT
the fathers, tj IlKAMNINCi,
tall whose skirts reached
them a girl
it will cure Cuts Wounds, Burns Sores -
and the Christian leaders who are the of her boots little girl
to tops my
and all Skin know it will.
eruptions; they Attorney and Counsellor's v-Law, BroaClweff&Moo'eRegistered
Christendom of six before. I had purposely
singing all through years .
ashore and gathered a few wildflowers Mrs. Grant Shy, 1130 E. Reynolds St., (OlUce over Bank)
"the old time religion-it is good' gone Springfield III., "I regard it one
hoping to be able to toss one : says: WEST PALM BEACH, FLA Pharmacists
: enough for met"tt her of the absolute necessities oC 'houl to her, but not having seen as we
tt Bishop Candler does well to lift passed the house I had dropped them keeping./ Guaranteed by all druggist. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Agents Biltmoro Cream and Oliver's Candies

up In the flight' of the people the on tho deck Now I hastily gathered Notice. H O. IIOOD. Dl. UPHYSICI4N Out-of-town orders ore !lIven prompt attention!
them, and as I passed the two girls I ,
r, old flag of victory whose emblazonments made an effort to toss the flowers Notice is hereby given that six months AND 8UKGEOH

are an open Bible and i a ashore. The distance was not great, after date of this notice, we shall presentour Office over potter's bicycle store WEST Manufacturers of'.the atrongept' nnd must: effective

AtlitntaNews. but the flowers had no weight and accounts for final settlement and PALM IlEAC'Lt. Residence Dear Royal
blood-stained cross. rolnclnna Hotel PALM BEACH I:).] HORSEFLY REMEDYon
dropped Into the water. Perhaps it apply for our discharge as executors of!

was Just as well for my move was the estate end last will aud testamentof I> u. POTTEK' M. D., the roLIJ'ket. SPECIAL PRICE PER GALLON()
Geo. O. Currfe is spending rather and! effort failed .
Attorney bold my having John II. Brelsfoid, deceased, to the
I-H8-08 WEST:! PALM BEACH. FI.A. Jeireison Block WEST PALM mUCH
bus-!
in professional It the to
today Jupiler on gave girls an opportunity\
}r County Judge at Miami: Dade County, .
laugh at me, which they did. DENTAL
\ Florida. Dated June 3oih, 1906.!
ness.A "I was now quite sure that I wall Breluford IIOk10 st0710'tOt10t1010tOta0a n 1at1 n 110 11 o.o AOl10ia 010110i10i10 itOIOL0{
:' MODERN MIRACLE. seriously drawn to a girl of fourteen E. M. DII..ltlI.JIf.\CY lll.J.N.NEWJt4S: o ItotROltoMostokostoROStoatostcrtestesorostororO.ORurosoror Bcrtor
"Truly miraculous seemed the recovery who (in Mary C. Brelsford. It '" co
physique was probably as largeas Drs. MACr & NEWMAN
''. of Mrs Mollle Holt of this place] ," she would ever' be. I thought of .' : 0 COJM
DENT/SIS .
writes J. O. R Hooper, Woodford Tenn., her Incessantly and on my way back Notice. 22 00

"she was so wasted by coughing up puss looked for her again I had provided Notice is hereby given that tbe annual Office I in Jefferson Block so o. Cr 00
:
t. from her I UIIIlS. Doctors declared her myself with some roses cud bad tied meeting of the stockholders of the G. VH8T: PALM BEACH. FLORIDA o .n

end so near that her family bad watched a stone to them. But I was disappointed. ; G. Strohm Company will be held at the it. J. 13. MUOY

",'. by her bedside forty-eight hours; when, "As the. There road had was given no sign place of her.to the.: office of the Secretary at West Palm D Dentist i.1 SINGER SEWINC :U a

at my urgent request Dr. King's New Beach Florida, on Monday, July 16,
Discovery was given her, with the canal so the canal gave place to the A. D. 1906, at 10 o'clock a.m. Jlllcu First door west of Dn.le County Suite
\ railway. There, were no grades to be Bunk. ,
i( astonishing result that 'improvement considered, and tho engineers located This June 30, A. D. 1906. WEST PALM JIG!:.Veil. FLORDV n MACHINESII II

began, and continue until she finally tho track where the old 1 tOwpath was. C C. Cbillingworth,

completely recovered and is a healthy Five yours after having passed! the Secretary 0..
I'' 00a
woman to day." Guaranteed cure for place on the canal I was one day Approaching Geo. S.. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS I uo '

"' coughs and colds. 500 and $1 oo at all it on a train We had just NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I, 'o ccox

; Druggist Trial bottle free. left W. a few miles below when the PERMIT ,,, .
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brakes were suddenly whistled down, ,
and I felt bO To Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer. 0r a a1uo
i. PARTIES HAVING MONEY TO soon a slight <'k. It was ...
not so slight In front, where on going 0 o
: LOAN in sums of $2,1 00 to $1,000, on forward I saw quite a wreck, our Public notice IN hereby given that F. Kger- the "Trlell and True," We sell them ou terms ro0i5

55 one two and three years time on Imt train tou ikCo. have Illixl I with the Ilotiril [ 01
: having run Into the rear of a rauntyCunlnisalonersof -,3.0\
proved city property, can get flrsrt.\ freight train. Finding that we would Dade County the State oo per month-that you cannot .afford to bo o1

security and legal rate of Interest by not get away for several I hours, I determined ul Florida their application for n permit to- oo without on... You cant. save the cost 'of one by o'1
".Iliiuom, wine and. liter, lu :I.lictlun: District
N applying to W. I. METOALF, to walk forward In quest of No. H,ol milil.. County anti Store,for the o1 making yon own and children's clothes, in leas c1
niaDtf Attorney and Agent the girl I had twice seen. On rsnoh- fiscal year ending October Isf.' 1007.\ that ....0 '
lug the place I passed on. the other mull III'pllL'atloll \\'111 IIH acted on b\ the said rM-with y i thin a yeaf-Ieu time han It takes to pay for ltt ooo

side and In the front yard saw a lady lUmrtl of County Comml loiuT at their We
them ill:stock Call and them ,
carry see go;
I I I
sitting on the porch sewliig. Opening : noneruiulur maoth.g which will be hula on OF _0 '

Don't let your child suffer with" that the gate, I entered. The lady lookedup tho 7tll day of August, JOOO, lit 10 o'clock io Machines for rent by tbe week, goo

cough when you can cure It with Hal- anti I was sure she was the one I In the forenoon ol BUM day and the said :Doors Sash 1oto
sought Board hereby tells upon any vltlieu ol such ,
lard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure, for havetad r.luctlon DlHtrlct n liu may dealt to do so, to a o
'
Coughs; Bronchitis, Influenza Croup 'I the misfortune I said, Mh\\) came, II any there be, at the mild.. next Blinds, MouldingsAND I
'to be delayed the ho'a YoEo
and Pulmonary Disease Buya bottle on railroad. There regular meeting or said Board, why melt ''''. "
and try it. 8Qld) by A. O. Riegel has been an accident-no one hurt, Ian nllt shell not be:iantml the applicant 'a 0.1

u happy to say-and I have walked By order of the Board of County ('ouimlHilunvrn Building Material 0,1oo

Brass Shafting, at Fowler Bros. & forward to ask a few questions.' ol Diule County, ritirliliu ,

King's. "Sho looked at mo In some surprise This the lire) day of July, A. D. 10OIIOKAI CHARLESTON S, C. "We Are After Your' Furniture Busln ss." go '
t and asked uie to bu seated. I told her ,I A. K. Dunrborn 1 o goY,0

PINEAPPLE SLIPS that sixteen years before I had fallen Clerk Board County Cnuimlmtlonerii. orr Largest Factory South. ----
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In lovo with a little girl swinging on ainto. By Win. Pope, 0.o
Million of the best Slips In
One Send for Prices
Deputy Clerk.
: She gave herself up to reflection .
', Florida. 'Original; Block Imported for a moment, then said smilingly: I II McGINLEY CO. II
nom Long Island (one of the Bahaman 'That little girl Is now tw.nty-four NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BROS.

-'. ) In 1903. Will\ be taken from years old, and If you should see her :PERMITTo Summer Excursion Rates .'0. 01

fields In perfect condition. you would doubtless bo cured of your 0" Opposite School House g0 ,
romancu. Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer. Via. oo
Will\! sell any number In car lots, '0
"[ saw her when she It
1 at $150, F. O. B., Delray, was fourteen, I 01
W. W. BLACKMER, Delray, Fla. I replied 'and my shackles] were only 1'iibllc iiotlcB In hereby glreu that Q..n. Atlantic Coast Line. 1.10 gooq Or
more llrmly welded.' And I told her of :apt has filed nltli the Oounl County
throwing the flowers to her. The blood nl..lornTrfof Dude County In tho COlli-I' Summer excursion -O. 01i10A05t07101107a07rOle07a0
rates to all
j'S FOR SALE-as colonies of Italian bees; whirled Into her cheek tempestuously." Florida. bl> application for a permit to well sum i '. \
also a lot of Dovetailed hives and fix' "Father," cried the voice of an old liquors, wines. and beer In Eloctiou DlarrlctNo. mer excursion points are now on sale kOatOROK.I

I{. W. Weir, Fort Pierce Fla. tr.I'I'turee. woman from within "I'm afraid to H of Mill County: and State, fur the ducal I, via The Atlantic Coast Line. No troubleto o 11I.0 1t0 lito ItO OltO!If.OltO Ito..o..o 710 71 o 5/0"0 KOIt.DItOkOtt01t01t01t01t01tOk,.rorurOru.urur......,.".."." u

lave you out there any longer. Tou'll year ending O lobe, l.t, 1007, that nui'h up.plliatlnn answer questions. Fbr rates, reser- --
will ho urtBj im by the
THERE ARE FEW take col<.1." .H'niiiu vTi.iiiriilKHloiii..r;;; ;; at thi-lrnoit Bald| Hoard ntioua, or any information; communicate -

take of ."Let him alone grandmother," Iold. ;nirrilnn.wUkU;; ::' ._ .' :..I lU I Ei'nl>> <)l lti|"on tbe reiculir ] 7th- with, West Palm Beach Buggy and Wagon Shop
who know how to care .
people "I've got him well wrapped FRANK
up. lay ot Auguiit, 19011. lit 10 o'clock In the C. BOYLSTON
; themselves-the majority do not. The He'. telling me about the little girl orcuooo ol said day, nod the until Hoard District Passenger! Agent, B. C. MA
YNARD
.
I liver i I. a most important organ in tbe that swung on the gate." horeby calls upon any cltlian ul such Electron Jacksonville, Da Prop.

body. Herblne will\ keep it in( condition\ "Is ,be? Well, If he says I smiled at District who may tlmlre to do -o, to .how Built to (Order

r V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas. writes: him on the towpath be tells It wrong cause, l It any then' be, at the HUM next wir. Spring fapns
I didn't" ular meeting cf nald hoard why such. Hermithnll 'f'
"'I have used Ilerbine:( for Chills and Try r Peintiag
Grandfather Chuckled With a twin- nut granted. the applicantBy 1 Wagon, Carnage and Buggy
Fever and find it the best medicine I ofdertg the Board of County OSlybait
kle In his eye be explained: "When Commlii.lonerv and striping a speoinlty.
would do without it. ot Dad County.lClorlda. The Tropical SunIf -
ever used. I not tk workmen
she's In tho company I say it was her materials used and expert
Thin the Hrrt day of Tnly. A. D.
It i* as good for children as it is forgrownup i forwardness that led me on. I told It (H..\/,) A, Dearborn, loots want employed. Alt work

people and I recommend it. straight to you because I knew abe Clerk Hoard. County CommlMlonom. you guaranteed to give

' tt Is fine for La Grippe. gale] by dldn't hear- By Wm. satUf ctlon.

A, O. Rlcgel. I HARRIET C.\.WLEY. Popftfl rk, Best .of Printing Shop on Clematis Avenue, WC$ of Railway Tracks




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rave Manor. 'In Northampton- ImiliM NOTICH.:: : CY''iar0 a % %%'O%%%% 1 ,
11j" Ol aunty / HmiMith Jiulltliil i hculi %% %%% 4 % kr
hll'l', 1lIllll1l1d.; was George Borne I W. I I. llntiilllk-r.( I'lnlmin In Count) Judge's/ Court Probate JiirU- I
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t',?,' ,um-i'Hlo.s. ( of 'VnBhlugof Aitulimt, diction, Dade County 'Sintif ot Florida.
E. ,
, 1II'II"" \111. made! Ii grunt of Sul- I; M Hlrlili u"r"'IIIIIIII.' Ill the mater of the Fatale 01))
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Oll, ,. Mnii'or to Lawrence Washington In'I.' ; I.. Hlnllli'1) and nil nth|".,r poraoilH InleruKtod Patience P. Ward deceased. ) i
toyl?,11'lllIl\'ullIlIod services to the crown. Notice is hereby given that ou the \ .1Goods
,
far, .,| manor bouse l la about 500 You arhcivli''>' iiiMIDoil tlmt n writ ol at.tucliiiiunt sev"nthdal' of January A. D. 1907, t .
On. utiiti'ly )him' been IHHUPI) MKnluHt you In tho shall present my Accounts for final settlement ,

above entitled mum-, and your property him ) and apply for my dischargeas ; $
boon iittuiihiHl to slit lily the ilciiuiucl nf W. I. executrix of the Estate and of the

IIutfHtcttlcr amounting. to the KUIII ol eight: Last Will and Testament of Patience
lumdrcd anti twvnty.fltn. aollara. You nod P. Ward deceased to the County

nil other persons who are interested areIw..hy I Judge/ at Dade County Florida. Lingerie Batiste-- a India Linon and Per-
required to appear|, to gild notion be Dated M1tml., A. D. 1906.
fort-xnl. [ (court nt ..Mlreml, Dnd County > Adelaide Root.
mercerized finish cloth sian Lawn need in-
Florida, on Monday, Scptombur' 8rd A. 1J.1UOU Executrix of the Last Will and Testnmentof no

hfrHHB. | a dutuiilt will bo takun Patience P. Ward, deceased.
iiKalimt/ tho tlt>' iilan.t. In sold cniwo. H. Pierre Brannlng that retains its silk fintroduction.. We have q

Doted Juno Ut, A D, 10OHIt. )( Attorney for Executrix.

Attorney. n, IiIAUNDEItH fur W. I. HIIII.wtth'r., ;Ir., Notice.Notice ish. Prices 25c, 40c a wide range of price


In hereby given; that by virtue of A and 50c per yard. and quality. 10c to Y
1 ''Srw police. Baal decree In the Circuit Court DudeC'oun-

Notice l linnby ty, "Florida la u caune ueivln Ounces Frederick
given .
that by virtue of a 65c yard.
final decree In tho Circuit Court of Dildo IH complainant and AiiKUHtua Bull et. per

County Florida In a entire n-hureln, Buulca al. are rUOI'Oll A. Clillllnirwarlh<<: et. ill. are coui|>lnlnantn 'oietlie. trout door of tlie Court Mouse i.I f e ---

and PotorV.. King et al. Dude County, at Mlnnil Flurldii between "I
are respondents, 1 .
White
Mercerized MadrasWhite Indian Head The
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shall otter for sale before tho front door of I the hour of 11 o'clock ".11I, and 2 o'clock

v the"I'; house of Dads, County at 1111':1111.: the p.m.following, on the 6th described day of II1I1.lloellt..1"August A. D.la 1006.I Dnloi In all the newest effects at well known staple ,for white

Florida, botnvon. the houraof o'clock a.m. I
and :u o'clock p.m.. on. tho Dili day of August" i County, Florida! UeKlnulnic at H stake lo- prices to suit all. skirts. 32 inches at 15c per '
Cabal Thirteen hundred' and Twenty (IIIUD: )
A. D. 11XH1) the folli<>wlut| 1I..rlb..d laud lo-
feet South and, Three. hundred. l and thirty yard. I
sated m Dude County .'lor..1.. <11 Beginning 1''
at n point un the 1"'tloIlIl1l0 uetwwn. 8uc- (lUIIO) feet Eliot from the North-West) corner I p'{ I IS

tloiiH Twenty due (:.11) and Twenty Two 01 Section. Six ((0 In 1'o"'lIohlll Forty-EI/(lit """'"'" Ig

(((22): ), Three Hundred und Seventy:! (aiO) feet (43)( South of Range Forty-Three (4(1) East; r I
North ot the.9uutLwesteornerbf' Lot Three thence running North> One Hundred ((100)) $ t
feet; Et tat iigbty; ()MO, fret South Ono hundred White Linen.
(8)) !SUCtIOn. ; ) ; -
( : Twenty Two ((2:1): ), TownshipForty \ W [
Flvn ot ((100)) feet and WeHt Eighty (HO) feet to
(4D( ) South lUnge Forty Three
(place of beginning/ : ulna' the InllowliiK deHcrlbed $
((48)) Eliot, and ut the Northwest corner of \
the tract: Ili'ijlniilils a. point In the An excellent fine A close
trust duodud by Cecil Upton to LouiaOrlllln quality good quality weave
Section Hue between Hectluim (
Twenty Olio
| tlivnie Kant along the North boiiud-.
sub ary of acid trnct fourteen. hundred and IITry- 'SI) uiiil. Twenty ']'\\'oIII(\ ) m TuwimblpFortyllvo $ weave light weight all linen light weight UNION LINEN
old and appears tuutluMy (43)( South of Three 4
) Hhnge Forty
rears the slime as It did when first built. twu Worth(.HIM; Ihuiicu feet. Xorth to the aluuu watur'' the edge water'of Luke edge ((411)) East Ten ITundred. and. Thirty ((1080)) 36 inchjust; the right weight 36 inch; looks as good as all ;,,7) h : I

Lawrence Washington wa mayor otOortlmmptoD. three hundred and thirty ((11110)) leo to a feet North of the :Moutli-We t corner of Lot for comfort. Prices 50c and linen for less Prices
:; 1IU bones lie'in Sul- point leer the shore; thence Vest fourteen Three 111)( ) In said Section twenty Two (C2U), money.
President George WeBb at the North. Vost corner of the Hub-divl.,Iondeeded 60c 36c and 40c '
hundred yard.
grave church. and two and one-hull [14O3.5): ) feet per per yard.
from by Cecil Upton to Noah II. ]Ilnll;
descent
legion was! geve.uth In along the Mouth boiiiiilaryuf the land diHiducl Ii

him. by Cecil Cpton[ to. Noiih H. Ilnll to the Nine thunce and Eliot Soven-tunthH Thirteen hundred((11)407)) ) feet and to Forty the' """ ""' """' ''''''' '' ''''''' p 6.r i.
Suction: Hue butwran Sections weary tutu
shore of Lake Worth ,thence North. One
For Pet. (Ul) mid Twenty Two (U2)): thence !Soiitli:I on ;
A PIli' A 11 ami,veil nod ult.rive. ((11115))) feet to a point
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Mild, H..cUlllllllle Tln-vo. hundred. mid l I'h:3'(11hm : '
have sometimes served as mas u' in ilie-hui'e of Lake North thence ifefet
rigs :
( ) feet to the point ot beKlnnlnir" eouui,. .
cots, but It Is an unusual thing for In a irnluiii. line ti the HIM. clou lino bet w,'enbecOols'rwrnty BRANNII'IGtl\ $
lug; Tun ((1'')) acres mul Seventy (CTui) puri'lim
such an animal to be a lady's pet. An more or less vvdimlvo, ut height/ of Wnj. ofI'IorlduEnatCuast OHO (:Hlj) and l Twoul.v Two I r ,
has a pig for a pet Ui2i: : .; thence South. along/ mild !Section line
Englishwoman :: Hallway Conip'iiiv' to-
Oun,11 iiiiili.i, 1111,1 SUty-HvelU3)fi-ut( : ) to the $
the
lias educated nul-
she
however and K thur with urliiirluu\ rlglitn a'''11 II I rul :
to call polucof buifliinlnir/ contiiliiliiy hive (At acres MEMBER EST 1'ALM BBACIIMEKCHANTrV
In a
her answer either
mal to run to equity or ut Inw.
and. five ((5)) perches' more" or) less, excliiMlve LHDIES' OUCFICCERSWEST I
to follow her about like a dog and to A. E 1::, HuyMcr, : : :-; I j ,
of the Right ot Way ol the Florid Hunt $ I I
tricks which the average member "Kpeilal( M.. tur.
do Cunatlttutwnv Company Fifty ((3D:\ ) filet In

sloth, together with nil rlimrlan' rights aye PALM BEACH FLH. ,
iiulred' either In equity or fit law. $ ,

HELP "IS OFFEREDTO (too. O, Currle.Sperlul .

WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLEWe Bluster -"" """ ""' "' v I J
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C.i: C. i h611ng eurth.Curnpialnnnt's. .
I earnestly request all young persons ; Solid tor. /
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no matter how limited their
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d k p t'' means or education, who wish to ob- I 1- esQ
as ; ; I 1 1Ve're
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st tain a thorough business training: anda 1I

good position to write by FIRST I

mail for our GREAT HALF RATE

OFFER.

Success independence< and probable ,If o a t ,c. -. i ,

fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay.
SyLn ;
Write today. :j l u ua
of the hog family la ,not supposed to ba
,, THE GA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE
Intelligent enough to\,erforni. The pigIs
Macon, Ga. For Sale at All
greedy by Instinct but when not Druggists

confined in a pen is not so much more
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dirty than other animals.. In many
E. A.'I'ldd Vice PreR. W. \V. Tidd Sec. and Treae
countries It bus served the purposo ofa It. N. Durhnns, Pre ,

beast of draft and has beau barneHs-
Florida Orange Grove Realty Co.
ed to tbe plow In company with cows. L

or horses. lt you have an Orange Grove GrApe Fruit Groce.Pineapple Grove or Lemon \ Wailing tor Youto
Grove that you want to sell, write .I1S' and we will Rbow you bow WE SELL
Qenvrul J. 11'. Bell
No.
GROVES. r7 IIoRaD street
with about
come io and have a talk us
Major General Henry C. Corbln who Rufermten.ltlanlit': utltmnlhnnkoLyneksonttilt', .Jacksonville Florida banking. Not that we want you to
of the
will become lieutenant general
learn the bumuetis, but because we want
nrmy 'ML Aug. 20 next In succession to to do business with yon. We're pros

General John C. Bates will reach the R pering and with increased facilities for

age of sixty-four on the 13th of the Florida East Coast ilvay. caring for business want you to .

following month and will then go. on Prosper With Us.

the retired list. He will thus serve but

twenty days at the head of the army Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, n06.SOUTII.C9IiND..RIAD Hch-quick Banking of wealth."with but us a doesn't steady,mean healthful" !et- Four Sailings Each Week Between )

DOWN TH.BOUND..READ UP growth '

9i Anything In tbe banking line can be JACKSONVILLE 0 NEW YORK
No. 70 No.OO safely done through us. Will be pleasedto
No.Deny 89 D.ur28 STATIONS, Dally Dally see you.DADE Calling at Charleston., S.C., both waya. '

a 6 CI'Ipm 0 \l'UU\ )' Lv... ..................Jacksonville. .....__. ........Ar 72tpm 85nnm COUNTY STATE BANKWest THE: FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN Tat! COASTWISEISERVICE: :, ,i
6 Ospm 0 2aun, .. ...._......_..s01l111 JacknonvnU....._........_.Lv 7 17pm S 47aut72optn 4atlm' '

,::: 11 10 1 : :: ::: ::: ...:::::..:$t. :: I': ::::::::::::::::::::::: :: g 861pm::: : 411"m7aip : Palm Bench Florida. TilE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND) AND SOUTHERN LINES' I'

H 01111'" H M"u lion'u, ............. .......... Ea.t P"lntk"........................ II Olm 6 loam Direct Service Between
) __ U 00 m Ar........................... 'u etu.' ......._..-............ V 4 IJp' 6 Onam7.fapm JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
/I Hlpm: U 1I1n'" Lv.......................... Palatka.........-..................Ar _II 4hl'1 6-,6 Maml12bpm
.:! !... ......._........... .................. 11611'\ AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
-- .... ............ Ar............. ........8..1. lt ._ '
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... 6 17am Lv..........................Bas Millo" ..........................ArI 2bp'" L. A. WILSON Calling at Charleston both ways I ,
f :; =1Otlplu) '"' ..._......._...._. ..............._.......... .. -niij 1iii wInlm i sEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
; u elpro ..................__ ..JJupont..__...._............ 4 2nptn 1\\ sta..t. : Southbound From Lewjs Wharf.JBoston
121 I'pm' '.. ..._...... .... _..... Ormollol-. 8 /lapin' 1\\ OOant11102pm MASCFACTOftBR!: OF
r iy 12Ipm: ....._..... ..._ Daytona", ..__._........... 8 4hl'm. 4 48alll Northbound From foot of C'atbel.tejStreet.! Jacksonville
1 .. _................ Port Orange ... ................ 8 8hJm 4 $7mnIt 'and Shoes .
Boots
10 lspm 1 8tlpm Ar..N. 'v 8m1tU"....,,................. Blapnt 4 1111al0..n .'" '
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IlApm 2UU 4up I"n An ..........,............ Lnko a eu......... ... .... w -r-OOpm 6 input CLYDE' ST. JOHlNtf RIVER LINE f
4 .. .................. 12 /Mlpm' 8 bkptn
...... ............ Or""o, CII1. of Leather
I In All
SlIpm .1. Kinds
J1 Slam 6Wpn1' .. ......-w.... umngeCltyJnnclton .............. 1'14apm BBUpmI1JOam Repairing Between Jacksonville and 3anford.

,r.a 'f v........................ New @fn\).rna........................Ar B lapin 4 08uvt. Goods Neatly )Done At Palatka St. Francis Bereslord (DeLand) and I
10401.0 IUpm Astor
.. ..... ...................O"k ............_._...L9.. 2401'''' 8 8tootit Stopping I'
., / 1l hoist 8 2 4Upll1 A r......-.......................Tlttuvllle.......................... '" 2 OS m 80uam Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River '

"\ Bipln tibia' ...........................Ban un ........ ......... .. 'i" hfamPanrord 6 801..11
.,. F' "'':: }Tunii rApu At Lvt..I) '! I...........................iLV 6 Nlpm! ..,!1101tm Indian Tanned Bnctalin Steamer City of Jacksonville

.. ..,..-: .' J 31geu\ --.r 11. 8anm Iipm 1 ,.................?-....1ltnell; .................. .......Ar 2 1apmm- 8 OOnmIi > I appointed to Mil a Mlowii I.onvo Jackaon villa Siimlayn, ,TueiUayi nnd Tlmrmlnj'.,8<::80)p.mRuturuiiitf t
; .. ............... ... ......Cason..............................Lv 1 2 22amitem '
Nlnm 8 0lpn. 1 20 P tit ln.m '' !!,leave Sanford M"'I.hl'l. Wt"lnoatlnya und FrlilnymlMIIO I a. m ,
IdI Jam: 8 61 pm: :: ::::::::::::::::.:::::::-.F.Bn kJ.M:.:::::::::.:::::.::::.::.:.: 12 J7pm f 47ant: and Horsehide Shoe .
Guilt J .... .. ....... 12 R7.m Southbound Scliuilule. NorthboundRead
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and does wish the jnnm .............. ]Iolbo''o' .. Mxm '
not to asaumo postof 1 1311"4 ...................\."o..lhm.. ......................... 11 13 Main down. Read np. ,
... .
chief of staff for so short a time. 1 a n"\11 8 IOpm ,. .-........ ........... ..fit. LI111to ........................... .... I.' lsnm J2 OOIl't Leaveasopra ..... ... ... .. .. JACKSONVILLE .. ... .. .... ." .....Arrive A oo am ,+,
u 6 V'I"' ......... 1.lorce................ ... \ / FOR TENDER PEnT .. .. ... ... ... .. .. ,..... '
das recommended that Brigadier 8 \I''un 6 1,1pm ". ......... .... .lr..r& ...... .................. .. 10 Ise. ll lUpmi ? 8 5pm...... .... .. .. .. .PALATKA. Leave oo pm
Gonural J, Franklin Bell be selected B SU'Lln' 0 ." ......-_......._..........................".."..'TEdenls... l ............................". .. 10 1 loam 11 I" "'nS Olive St. North ol New Jefferson Bio joonm ... ....... .. ..... ........... ASTOR .... .. ........ ..... ..... ... ... B 30 pm ?
for the Is 8 m 840pm :: g O'nni; hi 4upm! : .1 .. .. ..... .. .. PC. FRANC19 ... .... .. .. .... .. .. .. u 2 oopm
Bell a 430an.
much position General born Inoneluyvllle. : 3 ;1&&::: :...::::;:::::::::.:::-:ItoheIlotnnl.:: .mart.-; :::::.:..::.:::.::.::.:.:.:.:..:.:.:..:.:.:.: I. I Oltam alnm: 10 pt2'pm420.m nnblam I .. __ .. .. .. .. .. .. BK.r.KSFORD (Da LAND)...... .... .. .. .. t oopiu' t ,

younger mun and was 7 Datpm: '. ...............................". ....Wo.tJIIIII r ..."..".............. .. .. 01ram 1 10' ''t'II ArrlvcSaoam.. ...... ....... .... .. ..... .....SANPORD ...... ........... .. .. ...... 9 30 am .i '
Ky.: In 1830. lIe graduated .1 o..m 8 LbPm ? ....-..-............. ...11'est Palm Duael1 ..................".... 84/111''," 0 lupin 10 011 ftlll..E { ........ ...... ......:.....t..... 10 OOaiu
from the West Point Military aciul- leant ............_... .. ... Boynton ......._ .. .. .. 82O"nI 01 pat \ h
S 411'01 ............ 8 80011I4i&m '
1 aro :
amy lu 1878 served on the plains. In 8 a Slam Slant 8 \Opm!\ "a ._.._.........................Puri, D.lruy Londordule................... 1 2nun' 7 alpm' General 1 Passenger and_ Ticket. Office. 122_.W. Bay. _St_ ., Jacksonville ,
the 0 401'01 ...... IOam _
Bpanlllh war and In Phtlipplnei-ain- 6 u _. .. ....... Penis "......-.... .. 1 1 '
palgns. :.711m 96iipm s ...............-. 9..flallantinh.. .......... .. 7t'un\ f 7,11m, ;, K. M. I NMOXt.Hit..lr.: A.U1 Uun'l( !'".. ARt 1H weal Buy SC Jacksonville. Hn., )
7 0011111 1010pm .. ... ......... ?......L.moll ....................... a I ,""n I W. I*. COOl'tlt.!: Jr. Freight' \ Art.. C. P. LIJV ELL Supt.,
1 IIIIllIn : ........_.......-........... l'tty...................._.. 6,1)61\111) gl.in; Font of llosan StreetalllUonv.tlo Plorldn r'1.
An t [oam 10 BOpm Ar. ..... ._... .......?......, I A C. HAbEltTr tiiw'l: Ennt'n l'nae. A'''.. New Yolk. CLV'uE MII.NK, tian'l Pr't Aft, N. rVHKU '
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ExploBl-rjf r. A ( .. ....... ..... Lvt. u.oL..l\r. ................. 12 OU'ro I,
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The revolution lu Uussla has occa- 30 edam ...........-- Art.- \ ; .1 I to. EQElt Viet President iinddanuinl; Maiiii" 1f01'iQoncrnl
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Iionod the Invention of many new Dutl\C Bleeping Carson, trains68. 11",1 08. nenrswnt theeurvt.sl of the Sliest web.vebwwmeths OHI et>"*, Pioinil., North RiI",'. NVw York Iliunli.: ''JO llmMulgoba :..I"'av. i iOBUDDED
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forms of carrying death Into the ranks Bullet !arlor Cars 0" train :o itn 17a Ierg etwa4 haws In the .
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ba11y exnopi-Bonday: World Iwcauw our seeds see hultar than
Of the enemy. The. explosive letter Is : --- = I- -' '! others. tie you wish la grow the 010.5hesutltil
one of the warfare Jj .ii3 lifts W 1.11' Vo.t6 No..J1, .1. flowery ruts the finest
secret metacxls of No,18 No.l71fo.IS Orally nd lab Pluutthobe.tse d-Ferry t.
adoptod by those who believe la terrorism Sat..d' 10.21: D111y MAYPORT DRANCN lawn.1 ; holy Dolly Doi"I. leer Feed Aonuot fns to all I Mangoes. ,

as a means of gaining their 811. Osl1y Wn. Dally Dally :, ...:..,. ._ .ppllataels.
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,-- R (), I V O"I ,, D. M. FIRRy MIOh..l. tit CD.. I I Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States. ?nlms Phyllan.
1000lt ..... 86 i i2e'l2A'IP'S Darolt,
9 tnp' 8 611 p 61ap' SOep 100111\// "" .....S'iittt...'.Itablulerach.Jackxillvlllu..Gvi..........-.. 'I :'0"1 II Smut .IL'\ 'ii, a : I'7G'"lal'II thtia.etc. Aiipotgrown. Full Line? of Citrus Stock Y

I 10'01: 7lp' 5Nlp 00511 24ap 2401' l041u 1080.,, ......... Athuufo 140.UOOIJ.I!' &It'i'1 ''t'!'P Plo.OpITJnpIBnlplBWpILWaAr grown oa High Spruce Pine Lan<1. Address

I JOHN B BEA(;H. West Palm Beach. Florida '
OCCIDENTAL STEAMSIIIP( CO 1itCTllj;S' AT h.iA 'Ii. ,
PENINSULAR AND J. McQINLEY ,/ -- -- -

II I Clore CooocUon Made at Miami wIt! Steamships of the P. R O. 0;. S. CnlT'jllJa for CITY MEAT MARKET


1 Havana and Key West Funeral Director T. A. PEASTER, Proprietor.


u Two Sailings Each Week. .- and Florida oud Western: Meats 1'onltry, Game and Eggs.!!

Buda. A detonator Is fitted tit the exP' at Shp'; SJJo. No Trl1l1sfer. Mall Orders Reeeiye Careful Attention. '
DiachArge passengers ________ '
' letter. This resembles, that of
fll'tcra"ker <"" III8os t ''I \: Embalmer Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
arid III fixed by ooe end tG blliheirmsnly lur dr'mrmmu ythn ecpMtaetlwtarrlcrst I ,: .
the' rliptlun \"ii.1 '
letter and by the other to the enI frora tho wv... ", tueaoyLLntaYauruny cou.oqI10uu""tt'I! 4 t. .
b.ld reapoWilblll licensed embalm -- -" -
eIIlPe. The letter map b e sent by post \blaCClWP.'tU be Both i by the.Statoto!

I In the ordinary manners, and'' when $'tll For Copy ol the LOCAL TIME CARD' or Other Information aDd) bo<1iea for "himpnt. SUN Finest Line Job
prepare[ TROPICAL ,
the"HHent\ takes It out of the .envelopedetonator "SEE THE ;TICKET At'. 2NT. ,; Printing +.
Is erect l and the charge FLA. Lady assUtaiit.
$T. AUQUSTfNB( ,
At.
Pass.
contained In the packet Is exploded. I j. D. RAHNER. Asst. aen'l. IvI

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<; FOUl THE: 'l'joJ'lCALLTN: 1Vi J'-::; I'L" 1 BEl'.l, JRLUAA1LIUJAV' : ] \', JULY 7, 190(5I (

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. Happenings of Interest I THE r rm t12 mm t



About the City I II The SIRKINCOMPANY @

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I Minion Dnvii, o( Cocoa, is visiting MI/.H/ Mnry Lun' Halchett la spending DodgfugPeriod -

1 Iislstcr, Mis H B nll RS. the neck nun the 1\1.el, Andrews, m' I' I IF YOUR FEET HURT i

Ji.put Sheriff: P. Gore of Miami, TibbalsMr ,

spun yesterday in the i IU ,mi I business' f, R Anthouj, Jr., left Thursday SJttOBS:

:Miss Eva Yarboroivli. "it' Miami, is morning, for a ten days' business trip ,to .

the guest of Miss K.itbrMi Lumping, Nt a York City. have! advanced from pee ANr'H9NVItVe

Datura street.Mr. Mr.' Clio F. Hall, rtpresenting the .
of a woman's Ufa Is the name often 30 TO 50 PErt CENT
: W. C. Norwood returned Weduei- Geruifinia Life Insurance Company, given to "change ,of life." Your ]
spent several days ;in the city this week. Still we are ready to, show you the
da)' from a visit to hi' former home inTituavl menses come at long Intervals, and
lie. Mr and Mrs. L H. Vrobmau are rejoicing grow scantier until they st&p. The very newest; styles of Spring:! "AnthonShoes
Iasti three or four ,and
change years and,Buromtr!
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gruber and family over tbe arrival of a fine daughter causes much pain and suffering : ARE ,

left Monday for MonUaxlc/< Teuu? born to them ;Wednesday} night, which can, however, be cured, by SHOES and OXFORDS $ Silent..Salesmen." |

to spend several weeks. July 4th. taking '

Bliss Grace Miller is HI home again, Mr. end Mrs.Joel A. Dean aud child at the name old prices. ? '

after a pleasant visit with ber friend, ren left Wednesday for Western North f'Why let. Becnuso we give; honest shoe leather value.

Miss Florence Glenn, at :Miami. Carolina, where they mil enjoy an outing WINE CARDUI 2nJ. Because we know how to fit your ft>et. "

Mr.s Arthur Spllzer and little son left of several weeks. W. L. Douglas I WE CARRY SHOES IS ALL WIDTHS AND SIZES und when g
OF
Monday for Grand Rapids, Mich., to Major and Mrs J. R. Antbouy have we once fit a foot properly our shoes then do the "Silent:! Spiling '

make their permanent home. been spending several days iu Miami, Monarch Pats '

The regular monthly meeting of the guebts.of their nephew, Mr. W. M. Pope, Woman's Refuge In Distress .

Club will be neld next Tuesday deputy clerk of the circuit court. ', Queen Quality
Utopia
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness "-
evening at half past seven, in the club .Leroy.Hixcock left Thursday morning Irritability, mlserableness Anthony Bros.
rooms. for Jacksonville when* be will enter fainting dizziness .hot and cold at f just what they lire marked. .
Mas&ey's Business College to finish a flashes, weakness tired feeling,etc.
Mrs. Stanley Wakely, of Miami, spent Cardul will safely through
brine you
Incorporated
business last Prices $3.60 to $5.00
several days this week with her parents\ course begun summer. this "dodging period," and build \ j
Capt. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, on the Services at Holy Trinity church to- up your strength for the rest of your ,
East Side. f mo'row" will be held at 9 am., instead Ufa. Try It.
You can get It at all druggists In Take advantage. of the .Icrchaots'. offer and come to West Palm Bench
Miss S. JBaldwiu, of the East Side, of ii a.m, and at 7:30 p.m. Early celebration tl.OO bottlas. Clothing

left Tuesday morning; for Boston, where I,' of Holy Communion only on the I IuUUUUUUDUitt1f'DDDDi
first and third Sundays in the month. BUT DEATH at closing out-prices. I
she wilt spend a vacation of several 'EVERYTHING!:

weeks with relatives and (rlends.Mrl I'I Cocoanut .;rove and Miami last Tues .1 l.utr..d..wrtt.,Md.. until I took Vln1nl C.rdul Robson which,of cured Easton I II I.

A. B. Crow left Tuesday morning ,, day voted special school tax districts, f me quickly' know'I II Iury rn":1tY::: doctor, who '
dldn I WM
with of three mills. A
for Athens, Ga., to join Mrs. Crow who a speciallevy Top Shirts .
I light vole was cast, but it was almost -
is spending the summer with relatives -- t'.m
unanimously l in favor of the sub-district .
there. He will remain in Georgia several
weeks. ,plan. 2 for $1,25

Mr. Fred W. Cook returned Wednesday .
Chief Scott of the East Side Fire Department I AUGUST STOCKER
accompanied by Mrs. Scott, evening from Tibbals, where he has
been visiting relatives and friends tbe First-Class Experienced The Sirkin Comp'y
left yesterday morning for Jacksonvilleto

relatives spend and a vacation friends.: of a mouth with.1 I past Ten weeks will month.longer.remain Mrs.in Cook Tibbals and the about child.two Custom Shoemaker jWerson Block West Palm l Beach !


County Court convened in Miami West Palm Beach, Florida
: Miss Bernice Kezar, of Delray, has
Monday morning, and during the week been the guest' of Miss Cora Davis at Fine Boots andShoesMadcto Order
Town
a heavy criminal docket has been disposed Lots.
of. Several local attorneys hate Briggs Cottage the past week. Miss FOWLER BROS. & KING
Davis accompanied her home on tie Wear Rubber Soles and Rubber i
been in attendance i
morning of the Fourth and spent the MACHINE SHOP
Heels for Comfort
Next Tuesday evening is the time for I day iu Delray. Choice Residence Lots \
the seml-nionthly meeting of the
regular( I Mr. E. L. Hosford. who feft West Fittest Shoe Dressing, Polish and Shoe GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL
city council and there wl1prooably\ KINDSjif LATHE and SHAPER WORK
adieu' aud
for Gentlemen's,
Palm Beach more than a year ago to Laces
be a great deal of business before the
make his home In Lake City, has returned Children's Shoes always on bnnd.
board at that time. from $200
and will reside here permanently. Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES up,
Mrs Wallace R. Moses was a passenger
He has resumed his former position -
FOR SALE
on Tuesday morning's northbound oil the East Side. one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

train, en route to Portsmouth, N H., The sheriff's, office of Dade county HASLEHURST & SON I Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front, installments, on reasonable time, accord-
for a stay of several weeks among rela- GEO.
tlues and friends. has demonstrated that those who dance WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA ing to price of lot. .'
must pay the fiddler. Nearly eight .
Mrs. II. S. Miller arrived Tuesday Contractors and Builders For
b uodred dollara has been collected by plats and full information apply to r f
Great rush for those Dollar SterlIng -
friends In
from Miami to
morning twit that office this mouth in fines and P. O. BOX 304
the city. She left this morning for Day. forfeitures.-Miami Metropolis. i Silver Spoons at Idner's.West WALLACE R. MOSES,

tone where she will join Mr. Miller and ----- --
Florida East Coast .
Land
Agent Department.West
make her permanent home. Rev. Henry like, pastor of the Methodist Railway

The many West PRIm Beach friendsof church, returned Tuesday from Palm Beach Palm Beach, Florida,
Key West, where he spent two weeks ,
Ex-Major and Mrs.Vbillclin will with Mrs. Hlce who Is making visit """'"% """ v
welcome the news of their return to this
with relatives there. Usual services Gasoline and Oil Delivery
several
city after a stay of weeks at
Methodist ,
will therefore be held In the
their summer place in Daytona.Mr. ._

A. B Otwell has gone to Miami church tomorrow. CARL KETTLER, Jr., Prop.
Mr. W. Watson and bride SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO
B have
to a position with the McDonald arrived ,
d accept Having: bought from II. C. DeBerry the city gasoline and oi
from Helena, Ark., where they
Lumber Company, and will perhaps delivery, I hereby solicit the patronage of the public in West Palm
make his borne in the Magic City fur were married last week. They came laoo Bench and Palm Beach, Prompt and free delivery, and courteous tre at

the remainder of the summer. the evening' train Thursday, unannounced merit to all will he my motto. HOTELt DELi Pf flDO
much to the surprise of their
Mrs. E. W. J. Parrish left this mornIng -
for Titusville to spend a few days (riend. Mrs. Watson is a charming I, Want Your Trade.GEORGE A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.

hei brother Rev. W. F. Allen young lady and will prove quite au acquisition Located '
with IxHMfon Wnnhinfctuu1 mid Madison' Avcnuen, hunting on the ell's
after which she will go to Putnam coun- to tbe social set boulevard', adjoining the Clilongu Uulvcralt).
BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST
ty to spend some time with her father. Judge Jones dissolved the temporary Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People

Mrs. Elwyn N. Moses returned last injunction at Titusville Tuesday, which WEST PALM >. From $30 to $40 per Week.
restrained the commissioners 'of
Sunday evening from Boston, Mas, county Bus Trips to Twelve mh St. Lucie from
building jail at
where she went several weeks ago to be county All Trains atop at Ajrd Street to which mil naaaaaa should b. Chucked
Fort Pierce. The county seat questionof and Lantana
present at the dedicatory ceremonies of BRADliHY & MUSE VE, Proprietors.VV .
St. Lucie is settled and
now ,
the Mother Church of Christian Science. county
Delray
the work of building a jail and courthouse BaggageWagons -----, ** *%** *%** **** *.
Mr.: S.fiobo Dean, of the
manager -
will Eoynton
proceed. Ill" |
Miami Metropolis, passed through Monday _.
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morning en route to Union City, Miss Virginia Crulchfiild who has Meet and

Mich., fo spend a month with his family been spending ber vacation at South All Other
who went to Michigan several 'weeks Beach with her mother, :Mrs R. E. G. G. Strohm Company

Crutchfield, and sisters, Mrs. Harry L TrainsSPECIAL PointsCOMMERCIAL

, ago.Mr. Brown and Mrs. H. L, Hlllier, left for
M. E. Holly left Monday for At. ATTENTION TOSAFWH MEN
St.Luke's Hospital, New York,
-t.' lanta, where he will perhaps spend several yes- FREE =>le ROOM FAMILY GROCERIES
N lerday, Baling on the Clyde Line
weeks. He goes to consult a specialist
.
steamship Apache.-St. Augustine
for nervous troubles, and Ills many
Record, Thursday.Mr. : Fancy Food ProductsGrain
West Palm Beach friends trust tbat be .
will find relief. Wilmon Whilldiu, with his usual (

s July lat Is tlie beginning of another generosity in all public benefits baa West Palm, Beach ( J and Provisions.
given $25 towards the amount necessary ,'
In'the Dade
interest period County ,
to shingle the Free Reading Room Mr.
State bank, Savings Department, if you
Wbilldln, from its first inception, has Tt1snsfet1 Company JEFFERSON CLOCK
have not already started an account
given many valuable gifts in books sod /j
DO IT NOW. Deposits made before the it. I

tenth will draw Interest.as of the first: I the money present to the time Reading the voluntary Room.subscrip-Up to B. F. CARTER, Manager : West Palm Beach, Florida

Mrs. Jas. J. Hunter left yesterday ions to_ the repair fund of the Free Stables and Yards Banyan Street, Near Poinsetta ( I.-----------1.
morning for a summer's visit among Reading Room amount to$35. -
relatives and friends in the West, and C -

during Detroit,her Kansas trip will City visit and in other Cleveland cities., guest Heads MUs Miss last Cora Friday Bernice Davis night entertained(Kezar.in honor Dancingwas a of few her For hire Horses by the hour, day and, week or Carriages month. Freight unloaded c ""r"r"r""r"r"r'r"r"r'r'" '" ,' ,' '" ""r"'r""tr"r"'r"t"'r"rI " " "

This is Mrs. Hunter's first trip to her the feature of the and delivered. Special facilities for moving heavy freight.
principal evening,
former home in many years, and sbe a-d the event proved one of much Omnibus and Stylish Carriages, west every train. Baggage I The Fie el Pharmacy |
anticipates a very pleasant visit.
r'' pleasure to the guests assembled. Among transferred. All orders receive prompt attention. \.

The East Coast Electric Light, Power those invited were: Mrs. T. T. Reeee, ') Leave Orders for" Our Carriages (

& Ice Compony baa put on the streets Miss Hatchett, Miss Mabel Burkbardt, I ...... ...... | Solicits .YOUR Trade.
this week a handsome new ice wagon, Miss Regina Helm, Mist Warrlnger, .*" I ==
or rather one of their old vehicles rebuilt Miss Kezar, Messrs. Ehmann, DeBerry, =- 1 -_

and neatly repainted and lettered. Heimberger, Hodges and Dr. Macy.. .................... ....... ........ ..... ............ g We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate 3|
'Improvement over the
It 'Is quite an

9 r dilapidated old wagon that has been people A large accompanied number of West the local Palm baseball Beach :. ALRRMS & 1VIIl1I1E ( |: Prices, put up by a Registered ffji

delivering the "cold vegetable" for the
team. to Fort Pierce on the morning of :

t past several mon'bs. the Fourth,and witnessed the victory of :i Blacksmiths iP Wheelwrights jlHorseshoeing jl .r ... Pharmacist. 3

On account of the rain the regular the local The score stood 7 to a, in _

J business meeting of the Women's favor of West Palm Beach.: While the :Z f and s = Try
Union not our Candy, Soda, and Ice CreamS
waa
Christian Temperance
1t Cottage; City contingent spent a very : General Repair Work :
held Wednesday afternoon according pleasant day and thoroughly enjoyed .--

to appointment. The members of tbe the hospitality of the good people of :. Manufacture of Tools a Specialty i A, O. RIEGEL, 3

association request tbe announcement Fort Pierce, the program of sports for :
that a meeting will be held next the day was somewhat tame.. The base. Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town Orders 3' S; Graduate New York College of Pharmacy rfPAUl

ti Wednesday afternoon at the residenceof ball boys'wore their handsome new unl uu u uuti. uu. '.a 11'i.' 61Jl'JllJll' i Jl1 11Jl1Jl1JliJl1Ji'Jl1Jl1JllJl1' [;
Mrs. W. Broadwell. at 3:30: o'clock, forms for tbe.first thus and the suits, as : Poinsetta "Street
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