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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1897
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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PERSONAL PICKINGS. ence, even for the Summer,will be much COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE.Interesting I ,HOME DRAMATIC CLUB i fast as they sped along the classic shores HERE AND THERE
missed by his friends and associates .-. .of the Miami. -

Pttjtt, M ,fKJ Came and 'GoHpU, Ytor here and all through Dade County, items Gathered by Oar Scribes. yl Uiw Miami and Under! DirettioB ef C.Garvia i The rapids done, a select committeeof Scrape of News About This sad nit sad :

day May lot Ka.". where he has a wide acquaintance.' THE t Throughout the Ceuty.MAXG05IA Cil-uiai Produce Two Dramas. five escorted Mr. Water-Million ashore Different Things. r

SUN hopes that next Fall will see him and to a suitable spot 'neath a massive .

John Brown, of Hypolnxo, was in with us again. .. ... g MUTTERING Tuesday noon of last week a company live! oak. Here the herbiverous membersof The Clematis Avenue Supply Store

town Tuesday. _____ p. from the Home Dramatic Club of WestPa.m the company took willing part in the now displays a new sign.
A title Filibustering.. But very little news here now.E. '! Beach boarded the accommodation wholesale dissection and demolition of
H. Sanders of Riviera was in town "
Tuesday laying in supplies. At midnight Sunday the steamer' Bis- Root has made a couple of hip-- [rain for Miami where they had an en- aforesaid watermelon while one poor, Pineapples are: going North by the car

cayne loaded with sacks of coal and boxes ments of pines so far this season from I g j;ement to put a couple of dramas on lonesome carniverous "critter" looked load now, and the prices received are .

4 Attorney G. G. Cuirie returned from supposed to contain guns and ammunition his ridge plantation. then stage .Tuesday and Wednesday mournfully on-but he never did a said to be still very good for ripe fruit.

hisTitasville trip Saturday. left Fort Landerdale and pro- nifcfats. thing.
ceeded down New River and out of the The Lake Worth Fruit Co. are how The trip down was a jolly one, everybody The return trip 'was enlivened by The Everglade Oratorical Society helda

Tuesday J, W. Harper of Hypoluxo, inlet where she was met by the tug making frequent and good sized shipments in fine spirits, the members fresh song, both as a relief for pent up feelingsand public debate in the K. of P. hall last

was doing some trading in town. Dauntless to which she made fast and I of fancy pin es. I happy and, .rested up for the occasion, ( watermelon) and for the consolationof .Thursday night and every one taking

proceeded to transfer her load. and all bent on having all the fun possible that lonesome individual whose re- i I part acquitted themselves nobly. ...

W Gordon Brown, of Hobe Sound, By the time about fifty cases, suppos- Capt. E. T. Rose is now making some out of the Jourmey-and they had morse for youthful depredations wouldnot II I mill
of
his stock
" was visiting in the city yesterday.Mrs. ably of guns and thirty sacks of coal good sized shipments of very fine look M permit his enjoyment of that erstwhile R. C. Jester! moved
and into the store in the
clothing
had been put on board the Dauntless fancy pines, and report prices received Arriving at Miami promptly on sched- watermelon feast. A ride out on inery
: Geo. S. Adams left Friday for a Special Inspector Hamilton went aboardthe .so far as satisfactory. UTe time, 4:30: p. m., the company were the Bay and a magnificent view of the Seminole building in the rear of Russell
weeks visit friends in & Co's drug store and is now doing business .
Lemon .
to
7 City. Biscayne and declared the boat met by carriages and whirled up the Hotel Royal Palm and Fort Dallas were there. .

seized and everybody under arrest. He One or two of our resident have been plendidly-paved streets, past many new the last events of that delightful excursion f
C. Houston is be found be-
. ,Q. now to
fortunate enough to turn a turtle or two brisk blocks and on to the Miami Hotel
- was at once seized from behind, thrown appreciation of which was evidencedbythree The pineapple growers are happy.
hind market.the counter of Adam's City Meat to the deck and rather roughly handled over on the beach so have not had to w e/.re mine host, Graham received all 'hearty cheers for Mr. Their crops are heavy and returns satis

after which he was only too glad to get .buy any Florida beef lately. with a hearty welcome and*gave them I Tnttle.- factory. G. C. Matthams shipped 479

>: Attorney W, I. Metcalf arrived home off the vessel. the best his house afforded and every After a stroll about town and a visit to crates yesterday and nearly as many last

J from his Jacksonville trip Monday night About this time the cruiser Marble- Capt. C. E. Merchant, after spending attention desired from the moment they the grounds, gardens and greenhouse of I week, and he has only just begun. .
his wife accompanying him from Mel. head appeared in sight when the Daunt a few days at 'home, left again'and is arrived to the moment of departure.At Fort Dallas the company returned to !

bourne. less cut loose from the Biscayne and now busy as engineer on the Lake this. juncture the company expert- the Miami Hotel to find Mr. Gilmaine; Monday a little German child was ma

A. B. Otwell, wife and child, expect started north with the Marblehead close Worth up on the St. Lucie. en,ced the only unpleasant feature of the still confined to his bed since the per.formante i into out by the railroad by a colored bicyclist

. visit after. the whole trip. They found that a few [ of the night before,and suffering All scorchers had better be a
to leave soon for a to Mrs. OtwelTs Most of our citizens have been engaged -
New Hampshire home. The Biscayne returned to Ft, lauderdale in boards and moments before they arrived their instructor so much that a rehersal was not to bethought little careful or the mayor may make
p lately gathering
and unloaded about soo cases, sUP- ', up Mr. C. Garvin Gilmaine, had of. Even in the face of this them pay well for their recklessness.
timber and of
the Inlet
i at
heavy some
_ Master Ed. Brooker, of Jupiter, arrived posed to contain ammunition, and two ban brutally assaulted and treated in an handicap neither Mr.Gilmaine nor the
them have quite a stock of lumber on
in the city Tuesday and is visitinghis fiat car loads of sacked coal and then hand now. entirely uncalled-for manner by a big, company lost heart, but both deter- Wilfred Porter returned Jiome'

uncle, Will Whidden. proceeded down the canal to Miami. burly hack driver who availed himselfof mined to go on the stage and do their Saturday frrom a ,trip to Hypolnxo

On her arrival there she was seized and Geo. W. Sears was under the weathera an opportunity to display his courage very best under the circumstances.A bringing up with him 97 watermelons

Miss Carrie Van Buren, a sister of her crew put under arrest.. little Monday but is about well now. and manhood by assaulting a man half good sized audience, though not so for G..G. Strohm; 51 from A. W./'!jar-

' Mrs. L. D. Hillhouse left for her north- Deputy Collector Curry was delayedon Be a little more careful of yourself, bin size, ill, weak from months of confinement large as on the evening previous, greeted nett and 46 from J. W. Porter, who is

o;' era home Monday morning. his way down from here and arrived neighbor, you are not as young as you in a hospital and a stranger the company Wednesday ,night. A trying to win the pennant from his
used to be. among strangers. But that was no fault, neighbor Garnett on raising watermelons.
just in time to see the Dauntless cut piano overture by Miss Alice Armstrong
G '..Editor.Deaa,of the ,,AVw. made a loose and start off and the Marbleheadstart No horseflies to amount to anything bE the citizens of Miami for on every opened the performance,. after which C.: _, ,' > 'J .i i
business trip to Jacksonville returning hand was heard nothing' but bitter denunciations -
in pursuit. He at half Gilmaine "Count
past Garvin as Sergeus
3 says this year and but few mosquitoes so far Several of the guests of the Seminole,
on Saturday evening's train. he the Marblehead of the cowardly act. and Mrs. S.
one Monday saw go- this season has kept the average Mangoin Pavlovitch, Happersett beach
e Hotel went over on the Saturday
ing South, with the Dauntless under es- This incident made it impossible for as "Nastasia" rendered that famousRussian
amiable of mind
frame
J. K. Marvin and family moved to Jack- quite an up to the to have a rehersal before night to turn a turtle but found no turtle
court and yesterday he received word the time. company sketch of Pauline Favlovona,
Z; sonville this week where Mr. Marvin present to turn. While they were waiting
the evening performance as Mr. Gil
from Key West that the Marblebead the scene being laid at a masked ball
expects to engage in the market busi had arrived with the Dauntless in The Fresh Water Lake is usually rather maine was confined to his bed and required where Count Pavlovitch mistakes his old they passed the time pleasently by singing

ness. charge. low this time of the year, but owingto the constant attention of physicians love "Pauline" for his new love "Nas- German songs; the songs, however

! Oscar Parker, of Miami ex-conductor Last night, (Wednesday) U. S. Mar- the rains it did not go down as much to enable him to appear at all that tasia." In this difficult sketch Mrs attracted no turtle and rather the party returned *

' of the F. B. C. R'y but now in charge shal James McKay, Traffic Manager J. as formerly, and Sunday's rain brought night. However he bravely assured his Happersett sustained her part in a most Sunday morning damp.

':} of a tie camp was in town the first of P. Beckwith of the F. E. C. R'y, aud it up higher than,it has been before in friends that he would be on hand if he creditable manner and was a worthy support Some pineapple freaks are to be seen

a the week. Attorney Geo. M. Robbins passed two or three years even during the rainy lid to be carried to the hall, rather than to the star, Mr. Gilmaine.In at Strohm's store. One is a queen pine
, through here to Miami to suit season. to disappoint the people who would at. three-act
arrange the domestic comedy, a with three perfet crowns and one is a
Custom officer Elgin F. Curry was
ordered South to look after filibusters able bonds aud the release of the steamer From the ridge plantation ,of S. M. tend and he was as good as his word. piece entitled "Between the Acts," Mr. Red Spanish with two crowns, both raised
If Biscayne and her: crew. of The Tuesday evening performance W. F. Armstrong, Jr., filled the leading I fan-
and was taken down to New River Storm five crates of fancy and oue by L. Marvin. Another one is a
by
_- opened with a piano overture by Mrs.
"
ii Capt. John Mullikin in his launch Sat. --s I common pines have been shipped and S. H. Happersett. This was followed by part, "Dick Comfort in his usual pleasing >- i shaped queen pine raised on the Clow

1;. urday night.'Editor Base Ball. several crates more will be shipped before first _A. _r "A Bachelor' ,. manner. Mr. John B. Beach a* plantation and it is quite a curiosity, es
the : I&Ul A ; s Divorce; ,, "
. Last Friday the :youngmen'' had avery I the season is over although, the "Alexander Meander, "Dick's" uncle, pecially on account of Its perfect for
Oslin, of the Melbourne Times a professional comedy in three acts. Mr. his Miami friends the artis- mation.
interesting though a little one first plants were only set out a year ago surprised by
"
, and Jas. T. Hogg, one of Melbourne's sided of ball in the park. One last September. Gus Anthony as "Samuel Singleton, a tic manner in which he took the part of
game bachelor looked immense with The grounds of the Royal Poincianaform
wealthy
leading real estate agents, were passengers Haines who an eccentric old gentleman. Mr. Sam
side was captained by Jesse ---e.Au ---
those aristocratic "siders while the picture of beauty and
a living
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for Miami i "
on Monday night'sI acted catcher with the other players Happersett as "Harris, Comfort's man-
as Urgent Need.
south-bound train. scene with his landlady and her daugh-I bloom these days. Chief Fremd never
follow servant, made a happy hit and pleasedhis
their
, holding positions as ---
his lets and with the assistance of that
in endeavor conceal
ter, to "Roily, up
Bennett Miller 1st b. Met [Written for THE TROPICAL SewAge ,] host of friends in the audience.
: p.;, ;
The many friends of Charles W. Pierce was a piece of splendid acting. Dale well known and skilled gardener of the
calf xf. Chase, 3d b. Strohm, s s. ,sex, cond.tion are of no importance Mrs Guy I. Metcalf as"Mrs. dementia
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: were glad to see him in town once mOleI Miller as "Ned Singleton" had the heroic I Lake, David Thomas and Mr. Fremd's *
-: 1 f. Mullikin f. Potter ad b. It matter* only that you do a work. Meander, Dick's aunt, had an exceedingly
1 Tuesday. He and his wife are now stopping Curry, ; r ; -Josephine Locke. part and his love spat and parting difficult role, the exact opposite brother, A. W. Fremd, recently arrived,

I I at his father's place on the Island and W. Yarborough, b s. When Moody went first to London in with his _sweetheart, "Nell". brought of the part of the sixteen year old I they have the premises in a condition

., for a short time to rest and recuperate. She other side was under the captaincyof his opening prayer at the beginning of down the hearty applause of the house. maiden she played the night before, but I beautiful to behold. '

Guss Anthony, who acted as catcher, his revival services he did not ask "Rolindo Burton," an actress, was the voice and could

. Prof. Frank Idner is taking German with the other players and positions as Heaven for success but thanked it for hardest part of the whole play, but Mrs.C. her sot well make-up have, been bettered carriage, while the SProf. Frank Idner has greatly im-

lessons, with photographer Fred Handas follows: Gruber p.: Cheatam. 1st b.; the success he was going to have. And L. Leon was equal to the occasionand with her meek and humble proved his talking machine, or'reda-

tutor. Marry a German girl, Frank Herndon, 2d b.; J. F. Lamond, 3d b.; every horticulturist agriculturist floriculturist I handled it well. Mrs. Gordon R. quarrelliCeDI.half" forth the most phone as he calls i:, and it now runs

I and she will learn you to talk Dutch before Cady, s s.; Vass, If.: DeBerry r f.; every raiser of Angora cats, Broom as "Mrs. Decatur Busby," a "other brought Mrs. Lee Russell as easily and noiselessly and gives much

the honeymoon is over or we will I Ratcliffe, c f. and Rowley, b s. fan-tail, pouter and homing pigeons' match-maker was up to the mark, while generous"Edith Comfort applause.," Dick's wife, took her better satisfaction than it ever did be-

lose our guess.S. There were eight innings played at wants to imitate the great evangelist, Mrs. Gay I. Metcalf as "Nell Busby," and especiallysweet fore. He is talking some .of giving an
most happily was
M. Storm returned from WhiteWater the end of which the score stood, Haines I I and by its deeds thank heaven for what her daughter, carried the part of the fe- part and graceful in appearance and exhibition here with it soon, probablyfor

; Wisconsin, where he and Mrs. 13, Anthony 5. Umpire Frank Reynolds it is about to vouchsafe.The male juvenile lead with credit to her carriage, as befitted the part. the benefit of the M E. Church.,

Storm wenta few weeks ago on a visit ; scorer, F. B. Everett. I'I initial step in this thanksgiving self and to the evident satisfaction of the "Sally," Mrs. 'Meander's maid was South, Sunday school.

to Mrs. Storm's relatives. Mrs. Storm The game on Tuesday of this week I I by anticipation, will be the formation ofI audience.Mr. well impersonated by Mrs. S. H. Hap- indications it will not t
From
remained at White Water, but will re- was another good one and very evenly |I a society invested with authority, while Lee Russell as "Deb," a lisping persett and .her familiarity with stage be long before present work will have to be

turn here in the Fall. played. I I lands are cheap, to secure a suitable site negro servant was an entire success and work enable I her to take the part with Worth Inlet.
Geo. B. Potter was captain of one undertaken to open Lake
for the use of a County fair. decidedly funny, while Mr. C. Garvin and : As
Will R. Watson, who has been spending nine and played zd b, with the other I The wealth, the productiveness, the Gilmaine in the role of "Dr. Neville Bus .her usual ease ability friend"George Mr. I The channel has worked southward
unfriendly ,
the Winter at W. S. Clow's, left for players as follows: Haines, c.; Bray, 3db. variety and extent of this County's resources by," a prodigal son, displayed his tal- Gilmaine Merrigale"Divk's succeeded in making what was nearly to its limit and then there will be

his northern home yesterday morning. .; Strohm, 1st b.; Bennett, p.; DeBerry, I will never be approximately ent as a professional actor. The acts chararter a demand for more expenditure: of labor
minor decidedlya
Will made many friends while here who i I If.; Laton, c f.; Reynolds, s s. and guessed at until samples of it all can be were enlivened by a vocal duet by "Ro- originally a with his skill I and money to put it in shape again.
' lead and professional
will be pleased to see him when he re- Chase c f. | surveyed "en masse" There never will linda" and "Dr. Neville," and a vocal There is a right way to open the Inlet so

tarns this Fall as he promised to do. M. E. Gruber was the opposing captain be any solidity of interest or fellowship and whistling duet by "Nell"and""Ned." made it funi'y in the Mr.extreme.Gilmaine that it will remain open, and it is to be
j Between fie acts gave
ad b, with the other play hoped that method will be followed in
playing
first and second
t. among County residents until they are Between the acts Mr. .
Capt. Will H. Moore, of Hypoluxo Is I i ers as follows: Cady c,; Anthony, p.; i' gathered togetber to gaze upon their C. Garvin Gilmaine as "Sir Peter Tea several of hi best specialty creditable impersona- I the next attempt .

land, was in town Tuesday on a strictly ,I! Dean 1st b; Ratcliffe, r f.; Jones, 2d b.; : mutual handiwork every year. zle" and Miss Alice Armstrong as "LadyTeazle" tions, and in a his very suffering manner, I ...__ _

business trip. He is arranging to putdown I I Footz Yarborough, 3d b.; W. Yarborough -I considering physical .
j While a County is still new a man enacted the Quarrel Scene from I Double Wedding.A
a well, erect a windmill and tank. and Brice 1 f. 'I throughout the performance.
j s s. finds all the stimulus he requires in "School for Scandal. This was exceptionally the entertainments both
All in all,
and get ready to raise tomatoes this : There six innings played the I pleasant double wedding took
were
1 i I measuring! his strength against the new fine and m the rendition met the expectations of the audi- very
coming winter. He has also ordered I score standing 16 to 14 in favor of Gru- I soil and in comparing his achievementswith Miss Armstrong looked and acted and fully judgewere : place at the residence of J. H. Phillips,

about two hundred budded orange trees I ber's nine. F. B. Everett scorer. his nearest neighbors. Aftet a few spoke her part to perfection leaving no ences, and many in expressing.competent their sur- East Melbourne, on the Indian River,
-1 and will set them out as soon as they Hereafter,the regular players present for unfavorable not chary on Friday evening last Tae contracting -
II years some new impetus is required to opportunity an comparison
of the
,
arrive. when game is called will be divided between prise at the ability performersand
I. the sides and the places of those add fresh life and vigor to lagging energies with her talented, professional a their great satisfaction with the en parties were Charlie Williams: ,of U.

Wm. N. Hull, of the firm of Reynolds absent filled with outsiders. and nothing is known to modern vis.After tertainments. Certain it is that the S. Postal Service, and Mi's Estella Horton -
& Hull of this place dealers in fish, All players are requested to be there social conditions that so admirablymeets a good night's rest it was a jolly turned home pleased with and William Jackson aid Miss Edwina -
promptly at half past three every Tues- crowd of the who the company Hortou. The two bnles are cu-
oysters, green turtle and game, has sold day and Friday, and everybody is invitedto this want as the County fair. company accepted their recepti n and delighted with their
his interest in his June ist 1897. E. H. S. generous invitation of Mr. Harry Tuttle ters of Charles and Frank ilonon, formerly
the business to partner come and "witness the games; at pres- trip to Miami.
F. Reynolds, and has gone North ent, however, the only seats to be had to enjoy a launch excursion up the Mi- _._ me. of THE SUN force. The newly-

for the Summer to visit his old home in are on the picket fence or on Negotiations are and way for forming ami river to the rapids. With light The ranks of the Masonic order were married couples were the recipients of
the sand spurs, but probably better arrangements a company for the extensive sale and hearts and a heavy watermelon ((65 Ibs.) addition of three I many useful and bandsoue presents,
Brooklyn, N. V. Mr. Hull has been very for the comfort of both I increased b) the new
manufacture of N. W. Chase's they boarded the launch and harmless and start out ou their new relations
palmetto
;
active in building up the business of players and spectators will soon bemade. members at their regular meeting last
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ffrapcal:; Ut.! RAILROAD COMMISSION LAW PROFESSIONAL- CARDS LEGAL NOTICES. 4 BEELSFOED :EROS.a -


I The ensuing eighteen months will .

prove> a severe test of the courage Gaoaoa Y-ItoaEols. WALTER S.GIAHAM NOTTC ,_ .

GUY I.METCALF. EDITOR. and endurance the friends and advocates ROB: IYS & GRAHAM, $100.00 Reward. One Hundred Donam

of a Railroad Commissionfor A TTORNEYS-A T.L4- W.- Reward will be paid by the Board of County

1 MEMBER OF the State of Florida. We say GEO G.CURRIE, Local Manager. Commissioner for the conviction of any per- Real l B Estate, ii n 1usnrcei

Florida Press Association. this advisedly for we know against West practice Palm in Beach all court,Dade.State CouDt.I'Ia.W"ill and Federal.. tamp son or fire persons on any for of setting the County fire to, or Bridge building in

AFFILIATED WITH what opposition and in the face of Special facilities for examining and perfecting Dade County,Florida Done in open session
Land Titles. We have the only complete abstract thin March 3d, 1897.
National Editorial Association. what influences the sentiment ,was books covering North Dade County. [I-.I A.F.QUMBT.

built np by the handful of newspapers Ml-Sm Clerk Board, County Comml iouers.NOTICE. BeaelIorida.
DO YOU READ .
SUBSCRIPTION: in this State that dared advocate SAY palm &

and the enactment of such THE LAKE WORTH NEWS
One Tear,In advanw,_ __$2.00 urge .,
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Six Months,in advance,.?___.fl.OO a measure as would at once be a protection The Progressive Paper of Dade County.It _

Three Months,in advance.. ?_? ?, SO to the patrons and a conservator It's the Newsiest you don't,,Breeziest why not and Brightest, Pa.per Notice is hereby given that I shall, aCommissioner north of Poinciana Hotel] 1
in Southern Florida. appointed by an Order or Decree P. o. Building,
of the rights and interests Sample copy sent free by addressingTHE dated March 27th A. D. 1897,' by John D.

1 1't"lLI3HJ:1I: ITEBT THCBSBAT AI WIST m of the owners and operators of the 4-33-96 LAKE WORTH West Palm NEWS.Beach Fla. < Broome,Judge of the Circuit Court for the 12-26-95. _

uacnDADECorzrv, FLORIDA ailroada. Counties of Dade and Brevard State of Floe
ida,sell at public outcry on the 7th Day of J
t Now that a Commission Bill has I. METCALF, June,A.D.1897,within the legal hours of c
ENTERED: At TUB POST OFFICE 131 WEST PAUl been enacted there will be even a W. I sale before the Court House Dqor at Juno, :
BEACH AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEL ATTORNEYATLAW.Will Florida for cash the following described Baker & Holmes
I stronger effort made by the opponents ,
land to-wit
:
practice in ounty.State and Federal
x Official Paper of Dade County and the Oldest of any regulative or relief Courts. East% of South*<"*}{ and Southwest Hot
Publication on the East Coast of measure to make the law inoperative LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. Southeast V4. Section 3-10 in Township 39 ----{ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ,
4 Office in TROPICAL SUN Block, Sonth Range 42 East lying and being in : =
Florida between Titusville and unpopular than was made to West Palm Beach, Dade County, ) r
and Dade Comity,Florida, being of the Estate of
Key West.
b. create public sentiment against the John Hethrlngton- late of Brevard County, Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers]

enactment of such a 1'iw. In their 1\ E. UEYSEK, deceased. ALLEN E. HETSER,

Be Advertising Medium Florida oa the East Coastof efforts they will have much to aid a ATTORNEYATLAW.From I 5-6-ot Commiaeloner. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Feed, Grits and HeaL

hem. They already claim that none
thirteen years of continuous reuden
will be appointed on the first I n Dade County ud acquaintance with NOnCE. Materials- -
THE MOST IMPORTANT Dade County lul.t.: ha peculiar facilities for Building
requirement
Board of Commissioners who is distasteful ouveyaccing: and furnishing Abstracts of
of newspapers to-day w that they TItle. In the Circuit Court,in and for Dade County,
or objectionable to the Juno. Dade County, Florida. J-1S-8& Florida. In Chancery
be kept clean for they are admitted transportation companies. This Caroline F. Fltta 1vs. Lime, Brick, Cement, and Plastering Hiig]
I Foreclosure of
into
almost
every house and are claim[ is yet to be proven. C. HOOD, :M.! D. Stephen E.Rice and Mary f Mortgage. "Tough on Flies/*
read by nearly every member of the H. "R. Rice, his wife. J
Should the Board named prove 'jnK It appearing by the affidavit of A. E. Hey Flies.
'family therein. PHYSICIAN AND SURGtOH Guaranteed to Protect Horses and Cattle against
men not in sympathy with the ser,counsel for the complainant, filed in this i

it.* purport of the Bill then indeed the Oafs and Residence near Royal Poinriaa eallSt', that the defendants are non-residents of 3.18.97 Office. Main and Bay Sts., Jacksonville, Florida.;
DESTROYING THE FORESTS seems to Hotel, PALM BEACH. 61R. the State of Florida, (or,that if residents,they
people of Florida will have a burden have lAen absent more than sixty days next
breed disaster where it is
done
*er
that they must carry and we trust preceeding: application for order of publication
B. POTTER 31. D.
i and a great many have suffered from that they are over 21 years of age, and that
vill until the next
the effects of it this past season. carry patiently a their residence is unknown to complainant, ESTABLISHED 1875.
gent rall'lection. and then and thereafter 3-23-93 PALM BEACH.FLA. and that there Is no person in the State of
There possibly is a lesson in this for the hands of the Florida,service of 'a subpoena upon whom
it will he in
Florida to learn and the sooner she would bind either of the defendants, StephenE. William A. Bours & Co.
it people themselves to elect men who E. W. 1'UGII, 31, D., Rice or Mary B. Rice,his wife. ,
profits by the better.
t will carry out the intent of the law It is therefore ordered that the said defendants
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Stephen! E. Rice and Mary B. Rice his
without fear or favor. and Fertilizer
Seeds
'f Office ID rear of Dimick's Drug Store.BetiiJence wife, be required to appear and answer com Grain Garden ;
TOE UNPRECEDENTED RAINFALL OfF The law itself will doubtless prove -Went side of Olive Street, 3 Doors plaiuant bill of complaint on the ,

last Sunday, though it made things faulty and defective some respects, 3.26'JG South WEST of tlewlltillAveoue.PALM BEACH. FLA. the same 2nd being Day a of Rule August Day,,or A.the D.said 1897 bun, will 6 East Bay St, Jacksonville, Florida. >

1 ,.r rather moist while it lasted did but but this should not discourage our *
be taken as confessed and the complainant be m nill i

very little damage in the city and people. Other States have gotten A. PUGIi. allowed to proceed ex-parte with her cause. We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seed A Complete Stock of
none to the their Railroad Commission laws in J. It is further ordered that this order be pub
ripening crop of pineapple -
DENTIST. Untied once each week for eight consecutive Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Mea! .
Hay
while it benefitted the fruit I systematic, just and fair operationonly Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. weeks in THE TROPICAL Sex. t newspaper ,

trees by moistening the soil which i by correcting faults as they Local Anaesthetic Fsed in Eicractloa published at West Palm Beach, Dade County, Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dart >

was rather dry!,efore the rain and i is found them amending their laws to of Teetb. Florida, I e s a a e ,
OFFlCE-4h Door from Cor. Clematis Are.
Witness the Hon.John D.Broome, Judge of -
Done too wet now. meet the conditions and contingeu- and Olive St. I AT WHOLESALES
r said Court, as well an A. F. Quimby Clerk I
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sae cie of their respective States as they thereof! and the seal of said Court_,..at.__the. State Agents For Tygert-AtIen Fertilizer Co. ,
L
Court House BI JDno, this lUst day OI Jiay A. Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Tree and Fertilizer, Pig'
SETERAL found or advisable. In Analysis Orange Vegetable !
YEARS the winter DANIEL
AGO tomato necessary L D.1897. A.F.QCIYBY.I Ground Bone. Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash Kaiait. &&0. a
crop was the crop of this country not one single instance was a law 6-}9t [Seal of Court] Clerk Circuit Court. These Fertilizers! have no Superior in the Market,and a trial will convince. -
DENTI8T. I Send for Catalogue, t ree. 1-28#
but now its prestige is gone and found fully operative or satisfactoryas I
the first is this tobe COCOA ISDIAS! RIVER.FLORIDA. .88
early sum mer crop of pineapples passed, nor likely
i OTICE FOE PUBLICATION.iAsD .
Is the.crop above all others in importance the case in Florida.In N
i R. MOSES
for this vicinity. The win- Iowa where they have the most 'vyALLACE OFFICE AT GAIXESVIIL May. :FLA.1. 1ssT., }

ter tomato crop still is not only as stringent and effective Railroad Successor to A. W. Robert, Notice is hereby given that the followicg-
named settler baa filed notice of her inieatkm U. D. HENDRICKSON
5 large,.but larger than it ever was, Commission laws enacted anywhere REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. to mate commutation proof in support of her
Agent fur next Palm Beach Town Lots, also alum, and that said proof will be made before ,
but the pineapple crop in the mean the; system is so just so fair so equable West Palm Beach Water Work Clerk Circuit Court, at Juno, Fla..on Jane 13,

time has risen from nothing to hun to all the railroads operatingthere matis NOTARY Avenue,near PL'BUC.df Olive.Street Lucy M viz D.:Cronk, nee Miller, of Jupiter,Fla., General Merchandise.

dreds of thousands of that the transportation com- -2l-UI. West Palm Bench, Florida.FRANKUN .
and is
; crates IM. 26,503.for the Lota 4, I, 6 and 7 See. to.

t, still rapidly increasing. panies themselves are among the TL.she 40SR4iE.names the following witnesses to prove Wholesale
bHEEX. CEO. 0. BCTLEK. ker continuous residence and cultival Oils,
upon -
and advocatesof
.*. strongest supporters & BUTLER. n of said land, via: g Salt( Groceries Paints Clotlf !
QUEEN Gasolines 76 and 86.
,:
the system there enforced. This E. B.King, of Jupiter, Honda.. ,
THE PINEAPPLE INDUSTRY has been L J. IL Carllo, .
statement we have from one of the SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Ja .A. nuour, '
widely advertised in the columns of John H.Grant, of Neptune. Florida. ,
Hat Shoe Good Trlli
West Palm Seek
Office Beach GaDS Dry
at
who instrumental in
men was arranging 5-6-lit J. M. BAKCO,
,
this Leer.Subscribe
paper and it has resulted in interesting Land legally subdivided and map fur-
the rate schedules govern nished. Selecting and grading lands, locating
hundreds of people in other and estimatiujt ti'tber a specialty. Careful ,(
ing transportation in that State and SemI'i Machines Hardware.
States who have seen these articles and correct WOh guaranteed. All communication ,
for held I by mail receive prompt atten .
who a responsible -
and in several instances has indum years position tion. Maw and Blue Print at Lowest Pri
capitalists to come down investigate with the big<.,;pst hne operatingin ces. WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 11-7-98 e for The' Snn.CEO.S.HACKER Agent for Mapes'and Williams A Clark' Fertilizers ;

that State from Chicago.
and invest. Letters of inquiryare JOS. ELLIOTT Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor
stated the
However as we at outset -
also received asking as to cost of Boats 75 Feet in Length and Cnder.
every effort possible will be madeto JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
land planting culture and profits of Sixth Judicial District of Dado County.! & SON Steamers
render the work of Florida's Com- -
the business. That the pineapple industry Rents Collected for Noa-Ueoiilents.
mission as futile and as unpopularas Palm Beach Florida. "Lake Worth"
West and "Gladys"On
is the
most profitable for this 1-10-96. #.
possible. This we must expect.
section no one will now deny and Lake Worth,
What remains for us to do is to keep I J. FLOOD.
there is one other fact that shouldbe p
up courage; fix our eyes on the future -! a Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonyille.; -
given great prominence in regard ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
; correct the law where it is found Free Delivery Boat on Lake Worth. '
to the pineapple and that is that Plans and Specifications for any style of
I Faulty; add to it where it is found in- Building.Fourtwn. Lake '
it is the surest crop that can be years experience in Designing 8.1-96 Worth, Florida.
sufficient; strike out from it what Southern Itaiideaceii. 2-14-U3
raised in this part of the State.
may be found inoperative or unfair; WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

.11:. and above all, determine that the

THAT- SOME op OUR SHIPPERS are law shall not be discarded or repealed M. D. L. DODSON.
-yrn
shipping pineapples that should until tested by men in sympa- !
MANUFACTURERS OF
have been left on the thy with its intent and favorable to G. =1

time longer is a fact but yet some its proper enforcement.The Doors
Miami Florida. G. G. SPRINGER =
the complaints coming from the commission very papers which at the beck 8-2S.5.SA3I. Sash ,

men are hard to understand, and nod of the transportation lines, Blinds ,
i
to say the least. We know of one case opposed the passage of any measure COBB, ,

where one of our most particular the railroads did not want, are now Mouldings Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of. .
BLACKSMITH IUD WHEELWRIGHT.
slippers sent several crates of fancy aloud in their denunciation of the .

pines north but divided the ship- Bill before it has even been tried- Hor.e-i>tH>eing and Harneiw-repalrinK. Building Material
c All Kin ment sending to one city and even before the Board of Commissioners .
part yes, on Alley near tbe Kallw ay. 7-16-tt CHARLESTON, S. C.

part to another. As it was his first is named. This too, was LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. I IF t ,

shipment of any size, he superintend- to be expected. Why bless your 'LG'XOLLllU ER SHOP '
------ ---- --
eJ the- packing himself and saw that souls dear brothers! even W. D. .Jl-------n- LW Send for Prleee. l .., .. AND

9_ only first-class fruit, well filled and Chipley your patron saint, vote B. B. BROWN, Proprietor. ---I g,'

just turning was picked and that it for this self same, Commission Billyou fine V/orkbya First-class West E.H.DIMICK, i

was properly packed. When it was so roundly denounce. Proprietor
Shop on Olive street two doors northor
shipped be wrote to each of the commission Of course this Ls neither here no The Sun office. 1-21Hf, Palm Distilled Water .

men to whom the fruit was there, nor is it good argument, for. ,

gent, asking them to please report methinks I hear you whisper, "He SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP.... I

r the condition of the fruit on arrival, d 'n't mean it, there was that Sen- JOriVSO S GEA UHIDEA U, Prop'rs. Beach 8

and in due time received answers atorial plum you know so ripe andso r'.nt Class Toosorial work.Satifaction V> fe
Guaranteed Refriprators Ice Chests Freezers and
from both. One said the fruit ar- temptingly near"-and yet, alas, SEm')I.E HOTEL BLOCK, DrugStore ,

ri rived in fine condition and well so far. Yes, boys, be fair; or, as Pat West Palm Beach, Florida.

ripened, while the other reported it puts it, "If yez can't be fair, be as 12-17-76. ..- later Coolers. ,

as having arrived in fair condition fair as yez can" Quote something

but so green it would have to be belt else,just for a change, rather than

about a week before ready to sel that worn out tirade from the Rai HOTEL" -" The Palms -DEALERS FACTORIES,..

: I This was on fruit as near alike as it way Age. Quote from the! respons

Y was possible to pick it and all gathered ,: ble journals of the States where they Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
How For Winter Travel.
Open
packed and shipped at the same have Commissions of sufficient age Drugs, Toilet Articles,

time and under the same conditions, to show their worth both to patrons Jan 17-tf

the only difference being that one lot and owners. We have the law All Modem Improvements Electric
Bells Baths, Etc. -V.A AA .T
1 was a day or two longer in reaching now, let it be given a fair trial. If it Fine Stationery and t.:

e its destination than the other lot. be weak strengthen it. If it be $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY. --

Why there was this apparently big faulty correct it. If it be unfair or in- Address '
Sundries.
difference in the condition of the operative, shown to be so by a fair "THE PALMS Druggist 15,000 Budded Trees

its arrival at the northern test, repeal it-but first :give it a ,
I fruit upon The chance and THE Scs predicts that 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida. Prescriptions Carefully CompoundedEast
markets it is hard to say.
given a fair chance its bitterest
opponents Coast Business Solicited. Also fancy Mangoes, Crotons and everything in the Nursery line.
ways of some commission men seem of to-day will some day be

to bt almost past finding out. its warmest supporters. Try THE SUN for Job Work WEST PALM BEACH, 6-10-)6.{ John\ B. Beach, West Palm Beach, Florida.u. .



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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BE ACS, FLORIDA, TH0BSDAfr JUNE S, 189T:, '. 4t
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__ Owner.' DellrfptloaofLud. See Tpl. A Am't Owner Description of talld. See Tp K. A .A.m"t ,,
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NOTI6E. 4


ThOll B Mann._ Northwest quarter 01 southeast John Clark...._ SoIIthelllt qaarterof southwest quarter ..._ as 43 '43.s S 315OWWeybrceltt.
->"* __-_ 3D 311 U 4o 1ll 3 245 Southeast quarterof northeast quarter.. ... 3IJ 43 4J 40 9S
Maria ARay Part of northwest quarter 01 northwest Wm Speed.___ Begin 55 yards south of northeast earner of
NOTICE hereby given that the following described lands will be told at public auction: on ? quarter beginning at BOuth. southeast quarter of"utheta&t quarter tract

the !tIt Day of Jane, A.D. 1897. at Jnno in the County ot Dude Florida or to much thereof east corner...._".. 30 311 b 1000 161 55 yards south by 440 yards west ....._ 33 43 43 5. 189
u wfll be to the amount due for Simon Hamburg Northeast quarter of northeast qnarter._ 31 311 U 40 a 3oThai3Wilsou Lewis L Clark...,._ Northeast quarter of northwest quarter_ 33 43 43 4At 315Ww
accessary pay taxes hereto let opposite the fane together with 212
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tru.ee 10 acres 011 west aide of northwest quarter B Smith Sub-diV iliODF.I.ot4 ___ 343 S
coat of such sale and adrertliiing: northwest tqoarteJ'..____.. 32 J8 b 10 121 Edward 8 NlxoD. Lots I. 30 5 aDd 8 of subdivision of fats I. 2, 3- 10 44 4J 80 83 2309
Helen E BarneL_ Lot 39,3"9 42 25 38& Francis P Bradwa) Lots 2, 4. 6 aDd 7 of lIlb-division of Lots 1. 2, 3 10 44 43 8035 2309Samnellama
W B H GleUOD ...__ Lot 103upiter Island 38y' U 73 to 44 Ad
John HetberiJllftoD._ East hill of southwest; quarter and southwest mr'l W Stephan ..
e w au quarterof southeast quarter__ 34 39 u uo 4 10 Estate._-. and and west half of aorth.c quarter IS 44 43 26330 4811
OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND s ido. B' C S Smith .. .? .. South half northwest quarter 01 south. Samuel W Cole-. Southeast quarter of northwest quarter, nort.
:. i t I GN '. west quarter aDdlOUth halt of northwest west quarter of southeast. quarter. lease right
1 oil quarter of southeast quarter. Ie. right of way .... ......"'_'''_ 16 44 43 8s .670
IIC app D 3'1 Ul 323 JlaWiJohdD80a- Subdivhlon A. Lot 1 ? ?. ..... ......- 71 44 43 IS 480
Annie Dorley Northeast quarter of southwest q .rter. Subdivision J. Lot ........._ ............ ..... 27 44 43 5 I78
OW Allen?... South half of South half of SoutheutquarterofNortbweatquarteJ' less right: uf way. ??? __ 13 40 b 35 300 Sarah Gudm.a.oa Subdivision K: Lot 4 and south half of southwest -
12 54 40 1000 I 94 T A Dean.. .:??? ?? South half of northwest quarter.___ J6 40 U 80 310 quarter of BOUtnwest quarter_'...__ 27 44 43 3D 493.
E C B Tl ",.tt.. Lot one.;plat of Arbella___? 1 88 41 1000 IS S3 G B FlUgenld..._... Lot 30 part of described f Deed Book N. Olal Gudma__ NPrthwest quarter If southwest quarter and .
J B Bury.......... Lot5ve, plat! of ArbeilaUndivided ___._ 1 88 41 1000 178 !'aae75-: ?_ ., .. ...... "..? ? .. 2t 49 U 10 1118 north halt of southwest quarter of southwest .. .
Uaknown... ... .,. : three-quarters, Lot 18, Ella G C Danlt'1'art Of northeast quarter d southeast guar.ter quarter.- .. .__ ... .......,......._ 27 44 43 60 533
plat ArbellL_._,??.? 1-12 88 41 'f 50 183 described in Deed Book K Page: 23o IS 49 42 J2 130 Henry Green. ._ West half 01 northeast quarter ....,... ...._ as 44 43 bO Jo
Jafob Hoke.... .... Lot 23, plat of Arbella? ... 12 88 41 1200 205 Cunningham__ Lot.....__ .... ... ...??. ?.? ... 1iO: b 2t211 1'7 Owen LaubackFSt South halt of southeast quarter... .._... 33 44 43 80 59IJ
Eugene Hoke. Lot 26. platoUrbeUa.-_.__ 12 88 41 1200 203 Annie M Kucklet'_ Pan 01 Lot 50 Section I ud part of southeast Sarah Gndma_ Welt ball of northwest quarter_.. ...__ 3& 4443 80 590
Helen F. JerolllAl.Undi"lded third west half of south quarter of northeast quarter des Owen Laubaek ... Southwest quarter ohnutbwest quarter ... .. 34 44 43 40 3iRnbert
east quarter and part of lot two- 8 3S 41 876ft 841 scribed III Deed Book N. Pane u3..??._ 2 5It 42 10 OJ 161 G MoorL.. Part of Lot 4 described in Deed BoOk L. Page 3 4S 43 S 178
Frank J'SteTena- Undivided: third west half ol south Albert 1.CaiUet.- Part of 0outheart quarter 0'north_q....... Roc It BI'OWIL._ South half of south half Lot 4------ 345 Q 10i'. > la
east quarter and part of lot two-. 3 88 41 8768 841 ter described ID Deed IIOOk N. Page atl_ JiO: b 6 15 1 08 Chas W 1'iene._ WeM half ot southeast quarter,southwest quarter
C H WltIIOft ,. Northeaat quarter of southeast quar- P A CunD1D&ham._ Part of southeast quarter of northeast qoar of northeast quarter .;..... ??.?. 443 43 laG S 75 .
_. described III Deed Book b S. Wm M: BI'OWIt._ Southwest quarter of northeast quarter 43 40 US .
ter. ? ? ? .-.. 41 38 41 4000 : ; tee X. Page 2m 2 SO 9 121 ?? 9 4S -
C B Watson Northeast quarter of northeast 2'51. Wm ABours North halt 3 SO b 3x288 926Win : Wm E Smith Las .6 and 7 _. 10 4S 685 us
quarter 18 88 41 4000 100 LBours_ North hall, 4 5It 42 32464 934 Samuel Cole.-__ Northeast quarter._..... .,. _._. .. _. 16 4S 43 160 Ton
Henry P WmiamaO quarter northeast Wm A BournLots J. 2, 30 4 aDd southhalh of northwest Maria H Cole __ :Southwest quarter of southeast quarter and ,
quarter......._ _..___ 23 3i 41 4000 IttO quarter ...??..? 5 SO'b 22263 381 southeast quarter or southwest quarter_ 16.45 43 80 410
W Alkn...,_?.._ Southeast quarter ol northeast qnar P A Cunningham Lot 7----. ? ... .?..... u 5It U 21151t 96 samuel Cole.__ North half or southeast quarter... .,.._ 16 4S 43 80 370
ter ol sarah GudmaDllOD North: ball of northeast quarter, ,,.... .. 21 t5 43 110 310
southeast quarter_ ? ?.? 1 33 41 10 00 108 Martin B Gardner.. Part of Lot 4begInntng 0It ace&ll beach 4 ?? ?
frank HardingItn East half of southeast quarter of chains south d north line of section 13 A W :South hair of northeast quarter....___ 21 t5.3 80 370Konrad
.. southeast quarter ol south east tract 2 chains wide from ocean to New Hemala._ :Part of east halt of east half described Ul
r -.._.j 1 5341 500 184 River 5oun"-.___.__ 13 50 42 :aa 167 ; Deed Book K.Page 399 ..___..__ 33.S 43 13 121
C. B. K y-- Southeast Quarter ol southwest Sue Clifford King.?. 'artol north half of north half of fractional I Henry YIIlet'__ r.JJvide.1 quarter of fractional east ball_._ t6 46 43 563 Iy
quarter. 6 53 41 4000 190 as described In Deed Book O, Page 79 .14 50 4s 20 135 Henry MlIler._... radIT1ded west half....__._____ 16 f6 43 Ito 4i0
Frank Harding..-. Northeast quarter of northeast PalmCity Company.- North half and southeast quarter platted Joseph A MrDonald Southeast quarter of northeast quarter_....... 17 47 43 is I50:
quarter of northeast quarter.__ 12 53 -It 1000 131 asl'a1mttty.-.. .? ? _..__.._ 15iO: 4j ifc 140 Lulu B Edward West half of southwest quarter, south half of
Unknown. .. .,. Northwest quarter ol northeast Palm City Company_ Lots i. 2 and 3. and east half of northeast southeast quarter of southwest quartPr aDd
quarter of northeast quarter.. 12 53 41 10 00 121 quarter platted as Palm City_ ..._ i< 30 4a JS6 31 a 9SarIR south IIILlfohouthwestquarter southeast ',: .
Clarence Bethel- Lot two hundred and eighteen by City Company- Northwest quarter of northwest quarter quarter. .._ 17 47 43 1:10 4 90.
twelve hundred and ninety leet in .. c and Lots 3 end, Palm City -? ? _?.- 16 50 b iwrs 355 Edward CAlwood.. Lots7aml8.?____. ??,??..?..??.,..? ?.., 6 19 43 80 a60JuliusJacobL.
southwest quarter of southwest Palm City Company_ South half of sooth west quarter,Palm City 16 50 42 to 260 ?_ Lot6..______._____ 6 49 43 4D ISO
quarter_._.___. __ 12 53 41 600 185 palm City Company East half. Palm City.???..? ____ 22 jo 4i 320 9 ao j'rankfinShem._ South half of northwest quarter.?..??___.., 6 49.3 80 do
John Herrlwe&ther Part ol south half of southwest George Wilkinson 1Block 30*. Palm City.... ..___ 16 50 b 4? Franklin ShellD..._ South 11& f of northeast quarter__._._... 6 49 43 80 a 60FraaklinSheeu
quarter described In deed book N. George: Wilkinson.Block Sea cart halt Palm City___. 16 so 42 47 ABwuethalfofaunthemtquarter.eadofcaual 6'9.3 6a UI
pa e 361_ __. : 12 113 41 4')0.. 181 George Wilkinson?. Block 337, west half Palm "'111_........ .. 16 50 42 47 Franklin Sheen??. Southwest quarter ot northeast quarter...,,_ 7 49'3'0 3 ill
Ben). Carry- Serb dl1'llllon Co south half 01 north J K HiveBtick ,--.-. Block 193.'east half Palm City__ 16iO'2: P Cunningham.. Southwest quarter ol southeast quarter.._ I7 ** .3 4o 'I?
hall plat book Apage 29.___ 18 53 41 500 161 C P Thatcher Block 124. Palm City 16 50 b P A CnnIDgham Lou and 2 ?, ,, ? ,? ,?, 49'3 8067 160S6t
Austin CurrJ- Sub dl1''l1oll D. south half 01 BOrth HAL' alfle Block 235, east half Palm City_.._ 16 50 b I I A Lot 1__... __________.?._ 6 50 1 21 i 9
half plat book A, page 211._ 18 53 41 150 87 C P Thatcher Block 261, east half Palm City_? ? ? ...._ Ii 50 42It W Allen._..-...- Begin 2.jo chains north 210 east of south line ofIrthqret
1eDJ. Curr- dlTl lon south half 01 north H A L'Engle._ Block :283. west halt Palm City_ JO 42It west 38 chains and .
half plat book A. page 29._ ._ 18 113 41 150 87 J A Sams.__.._ Bloek E. Palm City_... .? ? ... ..._ y 42 47 ? __ _.__ 3 S2 4a 10
BeDj. Curry ?. ... Sub dlVisloD G, south hllll of north H A L'Engle.? Block 368, east half.. . ... ...._. 16 59 b 47 Ed f Turner_- Lot 20, subdivision G. Lot j.---..-. 53 42 13 47
half plat book A. page 29._ 13 53 41 300 101 C P Thatcher __ Block loa, west half_?....?... ... ...... 16i11 42It 47
N L Haney .. .. Sub divlll10n H., south half of north C P Thatcher _. Block 405 east half._..._.._ ....".. .. 50 42 47
balL plat book A. page 29.___ 18 33 41 5 00 101 J L Shufl .....,.,--w Block So, Lot 5 and 6. ? ?. ...._.._ 16 50 b 47 THOS. J. HARDEE
J Parks Sub division H J. lIOuth half of orth G C Dallas.-..._ Block 50, west halt.._..__.; '_"_ 16iO: 42 ,
half Rlat 1100& A. page ::9..___.. 18 53 41 8 50 M C It Maddox._.._ Block 50, east haiL_..__...._ 16iO: 42 4? 5.6 Tax Collector Dade County Florida.
E L W1.Ite Sub otIT1IIIIOD L, south half of north James Maddox__ Block 49 ea-t balL__._ _.__ 16 yob ,
h::1f. plat book A page 29.__. 13 53 41 II 00 101 Lime Maddox .. -. Block 49 Lots 4 and 13 of west half __.. 16 50 42 i
J M 1kult1e1??.?. Sub dlYlllloD M.BOuth l9 a north L P Tbursby. .._ BlockIlLotsland2.- ........... 16 50 b
haiL plat book A,page __ 18 53 41 200 9Bat. & Thos A Thompson.T ..- southwest quarter, less north half of north.
Sub hall north ......... 16 52 b 140 'sB
half,plat boot A, page 29 13 53 41 S 00 M I W Allen._-... West hall ol northwest quarter ..?_.... 18 52 42 8a
.J&Oh A D&T_ Pare 01 north halfof northelllt quarter I 'ames W Greer._ West half northeast quarter.. .??..?...,.. 29 52 42 80 V 226s
begins 6t-i feet west 01 southeast iorace S Cnmings.... East half or SQuth_ quarter _..-...... 29 52 42 80 260 Florida
corner or W Gardner' lot Catherine Gillett--. Southwest quarter of northwest quarter and Eat
tract, 208 feet west by 208 north 13 53 -it 100 167 northwest quarter of southwest quarter 30 ja 4a 8116 300 Cast R.
, fa W.&JItan .. Put of north half of northeast quarter Electra H Pritchard.. Part of Lot 1, as described In Deed Book M.
begin 832 tees west southeast corner Page 3 -.--.---. ..- 6 S3 42 5 lol
of W. Gardner'a lot. tract 208 John| P Roberts... South lo acres of northwest quarter of
feet w. It by 208 feet north.._. 13 33 U 100 167 southeast quarter .._._.... ..__ 653 b lo 111 SOUTH BOUND (Ra Down). NORTH BOUND (
'0 W A11eu...__ Sub Nra l 3S, south b&ll of south Margaret Chase...... Part of south half of southeast quarter described )
ub plat boot A. cage iiI), U 53.1 Ii 00 1 01 Dee Book M, Page aI, Lot 11 _?. 7 53 42 1 5* 0 o. bTATlOKb. No JM Oj
:8ua&n Almeda.-_ Sub division 31. south hall o} southeast John \llu1lik1a........ Part of Northwest quarter of southeast = lia = I05p ... uV.i..... Jacksonville.......Ar. = 810sTOUa __
! quarter plat book A, page 30 U 58 n 23 r87 quarter as described Deed Book L. ,.,...10 Slap .... A..t Augustine..Lv. 6S6pp ...... .._. ._
t 'Cha.rlel Almeda.- Sub di1'Moni0.. south half olaUuth- .' : l'age:16: ___..___ __ 753 42 4 05 148 .N... to .. ...... i Augnstias-.....Ar. ... .._
, east quartl.'r, plat book A' pacre 30 U 53 41 .1:1.. : 87 Harriet McBride._ Northwest qwrter____-.?_- 7 53 b 1011 1140Autetha&useel ..,.,. 108a .. ..... r... ....._. Hasting........ .... .... ..._. ._
lonathu Catell.__ Sub division I, north half of northeast __ West half ol southwest quarter of ranth- ......11 .. ... .. I.._.East Palal...... 62i.: ..... ......... .
. ycarter plat book A, oage 30 23 53 41 23 X87 west quarter of southeast quarter, less 1 ...... Il bile .... ... ...... Ar.. ......Lv. .... .... ...... ....
t Clara JOII- Sub dlvlll10n 11'; north ballot northeast acre to Brustey...._... 53 b t 148 ....,. ilOOs, .... ..... .....Lv.........Palatka..u.....Ar. ..._.. ...... .... ..._
, quarter.])tat book A. pan ISO 28 53 41 18 87 W H H Gleason __. 25 acres off south side Lot 7..ZTUT!! 1 I 53 42 25 1 og N.... 14pUta .. ..... ..... Ar........Aui Mteo..Lv.. 3l(3 .... .... .... __
; John B Sandel'l._ 8ub dJvlll10n 17. north ball of northeast James F Oliuulcad.-. Sub-division A, Lot 5 part ot, Dted Book I, ... ( .. ,. ._.Lv..Staltrteo.Ar. 5 Up4aP ...... .... .... ....
. quarter, plat book A. page SO 28 IS 41 100 87 Page 279-..-".-.-.--..?.? .... 18 53 b 87 ..... UMp ... .... ..... L*.........Ormond..Ar. :2.:,. ...... ....._ ...... .._
; Sarah J Cu1rJ-- Sub wVllllon :lOt north hall 01 northeast I Anna Curry Est Sub-division P. Lot 5 -- ___.?._. 18 53 b S go N,.. 106< p ..... ...._ .......Dy.oD......., I ................ .. .
r. quarter plat book A.page 80 23 53 41 23 871 James A Roberts -.. Subdivision lot 6, as described in Deed 3n _. llip .. ..._. ........ ... .. : .... .... .... ..._
' Elisabeth Bobert. SUb division 21. north half of northeast Book L Page 239 ? ??? ..? ??..?,.? J8.53 42 91 I46p .... ... : .......New Smyrna ..* .. Z ...... .... .... ..
' ql&rter. DIt ISO 23 53 41 25 87 I Cephoo finder..._.._ Sub-division E Lot 6..... ..? .-. .__ ..... 18 53 U IS :it ...... I1JP .,.. ,._.. ...... ........ Oak Hull ........ 13p ...... ... NN.NN. ..
i Clara SaDden Part 01 aorth half of northeast qua... John WeathcrfoiUF Part ol Lot 6, as described in Deed Book F, .. If* ..N. N.. .. .. I.......THunville......... ...... ? ..__
. ter begins 945 feet west and 300 Page It: -......--,?.?........-..._..._... 1353d Is 9f .... tap ..... ...... ... ..Citv Point......... U20p... ..... ._
r feet south of northeast corner A Cunningham__ Part uf Lot 7. .beginningu41! feet west and .. Slip .. ... ...........Cocoa-......... IHPlisa. ......... .. .... ... .
i tract west 100 feet south GO feec.. 28 53 41 18 167 258 leet corner of _.. $ ........Rkig........ 120p ..,... .... ........ '.
t WID I1ehardioa_ Part 01 north half of northeast quart northwest quarter tract, west 30 feet and N.... 4 ......... ....... ...... ...... .. .. ._
ter beginning 715 feet west ADd south 2oo feet ;.....-.---_. ...... 18 53 42 2S 167 4 p. a _..........8arao..i....... .,... ...... ...__..
k 550 feet south 01 northeast corner Richard Roberts .,... Part of Lot 7. beginning feet and W N.N. 4 .. .. .I.I I. ...... 111 ... .... ...... ...._
f tract west 200 It and south 100 It 23 53 U 50 207 feet south ol southeast corner of northwest ..N.. 4 ...._... ........... 1U4MUSa ...... ...... ... _
.. Joseph A D&1'..._ Part of northeast quarter of lIOutll- quarter tract, west 30 feet and south N.... 4 ... .. .....8ebastiau?...... ,.... .. .. ..;.. No
f east quarter dCllCribed III dee book too feet _........-....._.-._........?.... 18 53 41 13 167 N.... teop09p .... ,.. ..... .8&Lnnte..N. f 4na- .. ...... ....
H, page 269 _._... 23 53 41 400 137 Jefferson Brown.._. Sub-division K, Lot 7.........- ........._....... 18 53 42 y N,. 9 .. .e. SODa .........) Pierc.. ** I ....... .. ....., 110
C W Allen Part 01 northeast quarter 01 lIOuth- Thoc Mathews__ Part of Lot 6, as described Deed Book N, N .. 888p..... ..._...60TL20a ........_IWaa.:....... ...... .... ...... .
1. ? ? eastquarterdescrtbed ID deed book Pag6 351 .--. .... VVVV 111.53 41 3 s ...... 8 .. .. .. $ ......... ....... '. t8i .... ...... .
H, page 267._._...___.__ __._ 23 33 41 200 12R Unknown._--_ Lot 1f. Lemon 1..I City.. -r--.Tlli... ]8.53 U 61I .-. (4MTOlp ..... J4QaTlla ... ...........IDID.......:.. 9 ._.... ...... .... {flip
. Jilatue EuerIao L.. Part 01 northeast qUarter 01 southeast C S Williams .. Lot 30, Lemon City _. ,?-_ 18.53 41 I N.... .. ...........Alel........... 1 ...... ...... ...... I 9tp
; natter de ert\ed I. deed '" Gerald Hansler _-., Lot 3! Lemon i Ity.,......_..?.._.._..... 18 S34 ...... rn ...... .._.. 8l3aIK .........Bob SIn....... ...... "n" .. ...
't book G. page 50 ............_.._._? 23i3.u 2006 2 03 Mary E stuber........ Lot 36 Lemon City...-....---.--_ >8 53 41 51 ,..... 'N9 ......... ........ Jnpl.r....... 8tttaTJ4a ........... .....UU9
iosp .... .._.. 1920a ... ........... 4 .... .._ ...... lilt
J Kemp._ North fthli of east half 01 northwest Gerald Has ler ...._ Lot SO. Lemon City.-...__............ 18.53 42 51 *
I quarter of southeast quarter...?.. 23 53 41 400 97 Gerald Uavhler _...... Lot si Lemon lit, _....--- 18.53 41 51 HOP .. .._.. HOQaAr848p .. .West Palm Baaoh..Lv. ...... ...... ..:... .
A J Kemp. West hall 01 northwest quarter 01 Gerald Uassler-._ Lot si. Lemon City...... ..-..... ...._. 18.53 41 51 ..... II.......... Unton. .. 147. .. .. ... .
I southeast quarter .. .. .. 28 53 41 20 00' 163 Aired.._..._ Lot 69, Lemon City! ..-.. _. .. ....... ..... 18 :53 42 5' N.... .:.......+.... 9S5p1020p a-.Fortlaaderdali... ..... S ..,...... ... '
Tt10e A Thompson South ball southeast quarter 01 __. L''t78, LPmODCity_ ..__. 18.53 41 5& ...1 ............ .....Lsmoa ISty........L.J 6 .. ........_ lC
James Lowe ? ....... _.... .. .. ... ....... .. .
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, southeast quarteJ'. ____..___... 285341 2000 163 ....._.._.. Subdivision D. Lot 5Subdivision 19.53 41 t SO log i. lOSOpAr 6':.. .. .... .11
J W Al1eD.. ___ Part 01 southeast quarter uf lOutb. W EVan Allen..___ E. Lot 5------ 19 53 41 150 log
. east quarter beginning northeast Susie G White.......?. Subdivision F. Lot 5................--..__ 19 53 41 368 i3 A. ft W. BRANCH.K Trains C' 6 78, betwosa Jids
I eoruertrack Welt 416 feet and Ada E Roberts._. Lot 25. sub-division G, Lot j-....___ ]9.53 11 47 ..lMo.L No. e. 4.I son nils ,.
F 208 feet IIOUth.._?....._._.._ 28 53 41 2 00 168 Thos A ThomlllODLots 28, Yg and 30 sub-divislon G Lot 5_.... 19.53 42 48 61 jU STATIONS Train 3K betwasn Miami cud f rt
i E! I. White ?....?. North 12 &crea of east hail of lIOutb- Susie White ...._..._ Part Lot 6...._.___._..____ _.? 19 53 41 8 26o Lv...Jfew Smyru..A.I l I'5 25p Ptorca dally, eleapt Sunday.
I west quarter of BortbelllOt quarter 2-i 53 "t 1200 163 Edward Barnott........ Part Lot 7. Deed Book F, Pagd 153 test lot 100,11 tt ,Lv.L.k Be.I..Lv.'12 Sop 4 Up Tr 10 hetvtma Pert ..
1 E LWhtte.._ Northeast quarter 01 southeast 95 feet by losK feet......_._ -..___. 19 53 42J.I 9 328 I f i Ip 1 UalLv.....Vrt SH V Vl/..... .!1218p S 83p l' *S dally. UI"t onday.
. quart"r....____ __ 24 53 41 4000 855 W H H Gleason..._.. Part Lot 2, 23 acres off north end......_? 53 42 25 log 1l tuaAr.! ._.Orang.Cc..Lv.1 15p| S 26pj! Trains. SS and K south of S Aa( arjn
I Delaney A William Northwest quarter of nrthwe W H H Gleason.._.... Lot 2.................._?._?..--.......__ 36 S3 U 1869 daily exiMpt Sund 7. -
quarter of southwest quarter._._. 25 53 41 1000 149 P W V'hlte.......__._ All of fractional.-.-....?--..-....--.-_ 15 5* 41 29 IS
" JOIepb 110111._ Pan 01 nOithwest quarter of southeast P W White_""': East half of northwestquarter fractionaL 16 $4 41 79 144 Tb.ll goat 8la-WhMl Suaowr.
{ quarter,described In deed book P W White.__._._. East half and east half of southwest quarter .
" L. page 203.______ 25 53 41 00 23 127 fractional.....__...._?:..__........_ 16 s4 42 344 1499in "
Horace S CuIlalDP._ North half 01 southwest quarter Sarah G Gleason.__ Lots I, 2, 3, 4, So 6 and 7. Block I._.._ ._ 31 fo 43 2 33 "CITY OF KEY'VES'l'.
. southeast quart of southwest Sarah G Gleason_ Lots. t. 3, 4,S& 7. 8 and 9. Block 1__ 31 4o 43 28
9uarter and southeast quarter.__ 27 53 oil 28000 890 Sarah U Gleason...... Lots 3,4, 5, 6,1.8 and 9, Block 3 ........... 3< 40 43
i J. A.Waddell.__ Last hllll of northeast quarter .... M 53 41 8000 4 tlO Sarah G Gleason ...... Lots i. 2, 3,4.5, 6 and 7, Block 4 ... .... 31 4o 43 1 appointed t Plo Barvloe follows:
. E C BarrtDrtoL-- Southwest of .....
547.89.1o,21,12,13Block5
quarter nortb"utlquarter Lots
SarahG6lason. 1,23y 31 40 43 315
lIOutbe..t quarter 01 northwest: \ { Sarah G Gleason.... Lots 1.2 and 6, Block 7 ... ....,... ..,...,... 31 40 43 178 Leave sOAUI U M p. > Wadaeadayi a Saturdays.Arrivs .
quarter, northwest quarter of Unknown ...- Lots :j and 4. Block 7 .i-.'.. 31 40 43 68 KIT WET 1:p. a Thursdays and Sundays.
southeast quarter and northeast Sarah G Gleason .... Lots II,g.10, it. 12, 13 en.t 4.JSloa 7... ..- 31 40 43 233
Alonsoquarterof i; tl weIot"fi art r:=: 85 53 41 16000 300 Sarah G Gleason... Lots i, 2, 30 4.50 and 7, Block 8 ... ...... 31 40 43 205 Lsav* KIT WB3T1 JO p. sea. Tttssdays and P. '
AMFergneon, Sarah G Cleason .... Lots 9. '0, u. 12, 1(, 14. 1417. Block 8..., 31 40 43 205 Amva m. Wednesday and Saturdays,
E S Baker GeorgeLe..1& Sarah G Gleasou..... Lot 7, Part of 300 eetoll2astJDd...,....- 314043 540 227 KLUo:
Southeast quarter of southwest Sarah G Gl.-anon......' All of Fractional ......... ... 32 40 43 12 453 J.P.BBCKTnTH. J. D.
quarer.._..._._ _... .. .__..... 35 33 41 4000 710 A F Miller ............ Part ol Southwest quarter of Southwest Xanaftr. RH"l Passenger AgeaW
Kaebeth I"Curry_ North half 0' north halt of nortb- quarter described in Deed Book F, Page a *la> OD.

rest quarter of northeast quarter 36 5341. 1000, 218 13" .. .. ..... ... .. ...T............. .. 5 41 43 6 145 gam,. .. Aqe I
Thoa R-n.. .. South half of north half of northeast Boss K Brown ....... Loti ........ ............ ..-................. 21 41 '43 4875 178J I :
quarter uf nortbe&llll.quarter W \oung .......... Lot3 ..;.................. ..... .............. 33 41 43 40 260 I IV
less right a way._---.___ 86 M 41 1000 258 Juno Beach Improvement
Joseph A Day___ Put 01 Grant to James Hagan All 37 54 41 Co... ........ Lest -'" ....... .. ...... ..... .... 10 42 43:1680: 339
deerlbed lu deed book lL p&lle 161'1 37 5-i 4:4 2288 768 Barton ....,... ... All Lot 2, South of J Jenkins ...........- 104243 21 301
HiIaa.l1 Ale... Undivided quarter of north half VBartoa..........,,',.. All Lot 2, South of Thomas and North olLenholm SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN
01 northwest qull.rter____._ 2 54 41 2000 21M ................. .... ...........-. 10 42 43 92 1029
John P. Lontt._ Northeast quarter._____..___ .. 7 54 .u 160 00 41'0Joba Juno Beach Land Improvement -
A Cunningham Northwest quarter .._.._....._._...:;.. 7 M 41 16000 4 tlO Co.....- Lot ......................................._ 15 42 43 2836 861
Robert 10: Gla wlD_ South ball uI south half of north \\ m E Smith......... Island 3 ........ .... .. .... ... 15 42 43 12 54
half 01 northeast quarter end Mary KShipman.... East half of Southwest quarter of Northwest -
north ball of north half of south quarter....... ....... ............... 21 41 43 lo 218
h.1I of nortbea'$ quarto..._ ....?.? 9 :H..1 .1009 3 Y3; JUDO Beach Land ImprovementCo .
Marf4S.Fuller.. 'Vndlvhll'd quart.r 01 north ball of Lot I ..... ... ........... ...... ........ ... 22 42 43 2302 713
southwest quarter ...........-..-.. .. 10 54 41 2000 163 Juuo Beach Land Improvement V_
Harry S. Grlllwold-- Lots -i. 3. 6. 7 and Sot block 3 1D Co .. Loll .-.- .... .. .. . ...- 23 42 43 4208 1238AH V Me Q
south bell uf southwest quarter Barber...... .. Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter ,. 28 42 43 40 315TW 41x8$113.
4.'eordlng t.o Rhodlo'll plat, northWest Strong ... Southwest quarter o' Southeast quarter .. .. 28 42 43 40 315 Tr aria
BiscYyae_.?___._?._......._.. 15 54 U 75 167 H E Holmes .... East half ol Northeast quarter, less right of aN. se..
John Holden.__ Northeast quarter of southeast ..-.. .<.. -.... 29 42 43 7550 394 o o I b wr
quarter.____.__._...__ 185-141 4000 U5 Allen and George P rtyof Northwest quarter of Northeast eR
Edward A Arplan.. North halt of north hlilf.__._ 16 M .u 16000 1IHI Jacobs .. ..._. quarter, lescribud in Dee Book I,Page 347 29 42 43 140 88 4 I
J B Gor........_ _.. South hall ot block 1._...__....... :41 1s.1 41 GOO 74 Will Melton ....... Northeast quarter of Southeast; quarter, leas -V 4S .
J S .FNderiek_... Lot I, block 8.. _.............._...?..... :1 51 41 100 47 two acres in Northeast. corner 29 42 43 35 214
Day& Alleu._. Part southeast quarter 01 northwest \V B Dcckuer ... .. Part of ?ortheast quarter of Southwest quarter wLAeldtrA ,
quarter bt-Iduulug at northeast 7:v Acres off north end ... ..._ 29 42 43 750 tt4
corner tract north 100 feet by .. W Deckner.....;. l'arto Northwest quarter ofSo.theaslgearter .w 4 ra
west 50 ...et....__ 21 M 41 .18 167 7.5oAcres off North end 29 42 43 750 114
W E leho1&.__ Lotll 3. -i. 3. 6. 7 and 11. sub dlrixlonnwthwi W B Deckuer.... .... South half of Southeast quarter of South. 1 '
et lr4 of southwest quarter 21 54 41 75 11-1 west quarter and South half of Southwest 2i T tar,
WJDoig... _... Lot 1Ysubdielaon 11 northwest quarter of Southeast quarter except 4 N : s
quarter 01 liuUlb"eat quarter....._.. 21It 13 117 : 5 Acres of West half of Southeast 4ail r
J _WAileD ......-.- Suhdh'b1ol1 D ._. ..- .-..---- 21.x 5U 800 22iw quarter sold to Geo H Gllpin.. ........ 29 42 43 3$ 3 SO
E NlCboll __ Lot 13. block 26._______.. 22 54 41 n Anna N MCCODD. .... South half of Southeast quarter...... ... .... 32 42 43 do 370
J W AUeD..._ .__ Lot 1. block 21'1................. _............. 22 M1 't-i A D Ayers ...... ". South half of South half of Southeast
Isabella StdumetJ.. Lots 1 2.8.12 13 nd H. block 31 22 54 -1 1 2:1 quarter _._ ............ -- 32 42 43 40 145 rA i_ uls V
8anbLCad7_._ Lutsiand8.ti.ick32.: ....._..... .._ 2:1It: 6IlIaabeln B S Nixoa.........._ Lot und West half of Southeast quarter. x x' x e A.a o ; z
t ttlunlt tJ.. Lots 2. Y. 10. 11 and 12 block 3lL... 22 M11 17"J. less 15 Acres off South end of both tracts.. 33 42 43 8, 53 23 41
So t'rederkk__ Lots 18! and 19. block 89.____ 22 511 68eabc4la H Nixon .........- Parof Iot4aDdwest half of southeast r.lT o
K St inmeta.. Lot 16. t.1C'k 43..._ .____ 22 Mit 109 quarter, undivided half of 10 acres off I Y MIJss
tred: T YI.'etti.__. Lb, ti, block 21i., ..._........................ 22 54 41 ;j-J: south eud. ... . 33 43'3 5 25!$ e a -
Mary ATsylor._.. Comm"ut'lul 'n-' north of southwest E Nixon ... ..... Part of Lot 4 and west half of southeast p '1NN.
corner 01 northwest qUMrt"r quarter. 5 acres north of Nixon & Uoyd.. 33 42(3 5 2 t8 n 'a I '
tract east l2IiT fC and north 100 It 28 54 U 560 1 al Anna M MCCOUD. ... North half of southwest quarter .. .-? 33 42 43 80 5 go 3 YI .
H SC Alder oa.__ Pan of northwest qUiOr\t'r vi southwest A U Avers .......... south hall of south half of southwest quar 0
quarter dt'lIt'rllJlolllu dtffi book .- ... .. 334243 40 355 s letit a... ys.
_._..._._..... 28i! oil 766 173ning A Ayers .......... Fart of northeast quarter strip 5 rods and 10 1 e .
Ferdinand Hirrh_ Parrttof fr ctional south 11811 begin. feet off north cod . VV.. 4 43 43 S 218 4
6UI'I It'et' north of southwest Ross K Brown...... North half of northwest quarter southeast :.o 7,
corner 01 uortb.Clot qu.rLt'r of quarter ol northwest quarter, less right of M {
south we quarter tract north 100 way .... .... .. ........ .. ....... ...- 4 43 43 UG 943 a sW r. 80aar
feet b1' cad 13O leel to Ba.Y.._ 28U.n 550 141 \rtburCJackIiOD.- Sul-divUionMLot: : 2 .. ... .... ..............- 144343 8 480 rr1. ;
J W Allen___ Northeast of northwest quarter 1,f Thos Adams ...... SUb-di1'it-ioDN.Lot2...... .. ..... .......... 14 43 43 2 I. t ti I It
northeast quarter of southeast TbtbA.lama ..... .. !iub-di1'isiooR.Lot2................ .......... 14 43 43 475 301 -
quart..r_.,__. _._..__ ._.._ 295141 230 148 ArihurCJacksol1... SulHlivislonMLot3.... .............. ...... is 43 43 JJ 2790ThosAdama
aa.IID Trapp..._ Southwest quarter of north east ........ Subdivision Lots3and4 ................ .. 15 43 43 3 453 T..
quarter nlrthwerit quarter of Thca Adams. ..... Sub-division R Lot 4 ..... ............. ........ fj 43 41 623 813 kNANDINA
southeast quarter and north halt of Mrs Margaret M
southwest" quarter less II screw to 1 J Chose ..... ... Lot u. Block 2......... .......d............ .- 21 4343 761 V\
r Hardee and 10 acres to]1 S4bul_ 293411 U700 1211 S 1!;Earmau. .. ..... Lot 12, Blocs 5........ .................. ......- 21-a2 43 41 1695 t A art 412 DNYI L
: Etta L Katthewa._ Part of grant to yrs U8Jran. begiu at Jostlliott ... Lot 3. Block 6 .... .. ................ .......... 21-22 43 43 796 d 4
, stake about 11 50 Chains from John Mullikin .. Lot 17 Block ii............ .......?... ......-. al-23 43 43 453
mouth of Miami River south 1020 9 HA Da\"Is.n. .. Ioteast: half Block 18 ....................... 21-224343 315
west to stake and rock thence John D McClellMi- Lot6 Block ig ............. ......... .. ..... 21-22 43 43 4.13AliOtwell 6 Q Qfit
south M20 east to IItab. north 820N'0 ...... .-. Lot 2. Block 10.. .......... .... ... ....... 21-22 43 43 453U 1
east to st n k n Dort I. ......_.,. to .r. .U..........._........ Lot .*. tasthelfBlock -*.e. ... .._._.n._____.._..,._._._.__._. _-- .--- At- AT 9- ftlIS -- I.h d
beginning.Lotl .- ._..._ ? -.. .:: SH 51It 1010 553 I Thes Hobe..n ..... LotJwesthalfBoek23". ... ............. a1'U 43 n 178 We
rnknown.. __ ... _____ 18 57 41 7 27 74 ETWitliams ... .. Lot6.Blorka5 ..n.. ... ....._......... .. 21-22 43 43 831
PAHmnlnghau_ Lot 1.__.-:.____ --- 85 37 41 8-111 178 4' 0 Blythe _'_ Lot 8, east half Block 25- __ 2t-22 43 4J 453
P Cunningham Lou 3 aud-&____ _.. 36 57 11I;) 02 4 81 C 0 Living,tou....., Lot 1. east half Block 37--....-- 21.22 443 384 t\
O II, BromweU*_ l.ot3._._. ________ 2 5H 41 42 HI 157 Eva AmngtoD._ Lot 2: east half Block 37.-- ....._ _. 2.22 43 43 3 I:5 ?
Abram G Bro.'er._ Lot 1..__ .........._.__._.._.. 13 58 41. 694222 183 Lena Gord..u._.,.... Lot30casthal'BIO'.k37._._ ...... __ 21-22 4J 4J 178
V L Klrkman and Wm McKeuzy_.... Lot 3. went half Block 28....__.._ ........_ 21'D 4J 43 246 r
Clifford Perrtne.?..? Lots 2 audI and southwest quarter tsaacAikell5.__... Lot 5, Bock 38 ..__..____... 21-22 43 4J 178C A L1 07 TA 1 do '
" ol north west Barter____.. 58 41 120 87 ,450 Y t honey_ Lot I. Block 39..... ___._ ? ? 2H3 43 43 109
H C Hubert and Will Wrigbt. .... Lot 4 east half Block do.-. ...--......- 2-n 43 43 63 2 P A 41ec
Walter UltcbelL,.. Lot 6-.- .. ,? ? .___ 22 5i 1 8862S3 .185 Sarah J l'alte._ Lath, west half Block 40- ... ...... .. 21->> 43 43 109 3fizzt: ;o 4' : q qi
D U EUlott.J ?... ._ Lot 8??._.__.....?._._.___ 58 41 1426 7\1 toes Marvin??.._ l."i1 S east half Bleak 41._._ ......._. 'I.n 43 43 141 '
K Johnson__ Lot2.__._____..r 83 58 41 11015 247 U G Bell .._ Lot 4. east half Block 43........._...._ 21-22 4J 43 68 : s'NNUL r
W H Powell...,._ Lot 3.__?.._. ___........_. ((29 38 42 85 14 62 Nathan Sanders..., Los 1. ..,,..--..-..---.- -.-..-, 80 3S 42 75 92 854 James Kernegan.. lot 3, west half Block 49..?.--.--....- 21-n 43 43 63 )
WE Smith__ ... .. 30384:1 9181 453 Jlresto WIaDIL_ Lot I, Block 48--. .___._ ._ 21.n 43 43 398 r+e r o
Simon Hamburg.; _.. jai halt of southeast quarter feast 5 I I o G Springer: .. Ice Factory building opt Railroad Reserve._ lJ'22 4J 43 1415 ea..i & a, a.rh ws

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Cke rDiiiluL t ; LINTON DEPARTMENT-:, .'I'received'Tuesday at another Strohm's'cargo,from of melons Hypoluxo WU, M E. CRUSER, IN... ltfdcaatte'' '; -__---

j BUSINESS .DIRECTORY Garnett sending 34 and Porter 62, make '. and Cfoeke '
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4 ing 146 in all. This makes 243 watermelons : : "'

"SPOT CASH STOll.lt"-%>eall in General Met these two growers have slipped sadLanterns.
Glassware U
I WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.GUY chandise.; Good Goods,,Low Prices. M. J. to this city since last week Friday, P of Boat Coods.. .-

Gale,Proprietor. W.McCord, Manager. which looks very much as if ,they knew e All Kinds. StOftt,Titl.1'an.Doors' SuII ss4ntw..a -..

I. METCALF, LUMBER. LATH AND SHINGLES-At Rock how to raise melons. S All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting
Bottom Prices. W.W.Blackmer,Agent.F. ? .
EDITOR AND MANAGER. eentmn.w Meal Gasoline>StOves. BIa Flame Kerosene Ofl 6U R.-,:
Quick .
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Mixed Paints.Tinshop y
.' .W.CHAPMAN-DellainI> Goods Notions Harrison Bros. Ready
'" "- i n FOR SALE In connection pith Store

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 I The Stationery New York,Cigars Clothing and Tobacco.Store. Agent for .. Large Galvanized Tanks a'Specialty.taken .

At Boca Ratone, anywhere In tM County for Tin Roofing,G
Contracts
on East Coast Railroad and Canal. 120 Plumbing.Eta.
1 LIXTOS LOCALS! Acre good laid,suitable. for Pineap lea,
Fruit Tm or Vegetables. Present. .O.
i- UJ-antana. Address.
A number Lin-tonit went to Juno MISS LAURA BRITTON . . .
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Wednesday on legal business.Mr. 3-18-97 Jacksonville, Fla F. PELLERIN & CO., j

Wilson while in Miami last week TICKETS "

sold bU horse to Mrs Tuttle Housefurnishin

AMONG OUR CHURCHES JOHN N. C. STOCKTON PresideDt.RAfOl'D ...TO... Furniture, Stoves and "
Walton Chapman and the Taylor Bros.
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.. I D. KNIGHT,Vice-President. .
Time and' Place of I went to West Palm Beach Tuesday AT POINTS '
Services
Special THOS.P. DENHAM Cashier. Carpets, Battings,
Notices, Week-Day and Son1 W. W. Blackmer, of Pompano, is JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. i
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1 day Meetings. spending a few days here with his fame fe- ..Shades, Crockery _


Episcopal..'S.Fviet>. ily.C.. H. Hayden, of Pompano, spent a National Bank of Maynard's Ticket Agcy Our Own Building, Comer Clay and Adams Streri_ '

EPISCOPAL CBVIICH-Bethesdaby-the-ScL few days in Linton and West Palm : 101 W. Bay St.. Cor.Hogan,, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 344

REV.J.S.Mru'oan,Rector. Beach last week.T. 1.25.97 JashaoitvLU.r1ari4ao ,
.
*BV.U FIT-'4101E8 HWDB\,Ass't lIiu ter. A. Slack expects to go to Jensen ina the State of FloridaTRANSACTS' .o' .e. .o.o o. .o
Win be the
open during Summer. Service
few days to work the pneapple busi-
every Sunday morning Bin o'clock. launch
will run regularly in connection, ness in the interest of a Chicago commis ,, : i ,
leaving West ,
A=,
--
r round Palm Beach trip to city cents.BROTERHOOD dock. at 10=30'are for the sion house.W. fed Danish and P .New Seminole ioteji I :

D. Sherman and P. C. Clark are .
rEancyor .#- e
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
OP ST. ASDREW.Meets on working with Stirling and Eaton near

the Second and Fourth Wednesday of each West Palm Beach clearing land for .
aoatn. L P.HINDBY,Director pineapples. PineappleSlips I GEO. ZAPF, Proprietor ?
W.F.ARMSTRONG,ja. Secretary. .
F. I* Tenbrook went to West Palm Accounts of Bankers,-' Beach Florida.
and Stickers West Palm ,
Beach via sailboat Monday. No one
W. E. Chui-eh, :Merchants, :Manufacturers
South. knows when he will get back against i For ale of the following Varieties,Til Worth.
Lake
Services Fintt and and Individuals solicited.... Abbaka, Porto Rico This is the Only Brick Hotel on
every Third Sundays of the tide that is running in ,the canal .
each month,at 11 p. m. Sunday hthooi at now. Smooth Cayenne,
front
oa Lsj
_... famished throughout
10a.m.every Sunday. in the labile School Egyptian Queen, Newly ____
Building. Everybody cordially invited. Charley Muller and a number of the Ripley Queen, Golden Queen Worth commanding a splendid view of the Es, _
--- RET.w.A. Capital al lm\\\\ $$190,000.Issue
LOWPEK PBBtor.F
German settlerS got the benefit of the ; Whith Antigne. :-"Side and np and down the Lake. -.- S5;
rain Sunday, they camped on the beach Pernambuco,

'. & A. M. ,Saturday night and did not get. home our own drafts to all the principal Enville. Service up to Date and Rates Reasonable, ',<_

t t Regular eommamcatlong of Harmonla I until Sunday evening, Charley says he cities in Great Britain; Holland; Early delivery earn be made put of the ........Carrlages Meet All Trays|
:
Lodge,No.188, fruit from this Plantation having been picked
We t Palm Beach,Fig.will will take life time.
a next
preserver Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, last month. Apply to .
beheld at 7.-00 p. m. on the Second and U-
.
Fourth Wednesdays of each month. Vbiting James Struthers who is working the, Spain, Portugal and Germany., G.C. MATTHAMS, (GEO. ZAPF, Manager., _

brethren are cordially'Invited to attend. pineapple trade north of here for a Phil! Florida PUeippIiCoBftiTt e.
t J.F.LIMO.ND, JacksonvilleFlorida
N.E.COWLES,See'r. w.M. adelphia firm spent Sunday 'with' his 5.21-3mos West Palm Beach, Fla.
7-5-'J6 many friends in Linton.. He does not 5-7-97 .

expect to return again until Septemberwhen
Evening star.liodge, flo. 46. he will try the muck again. Dimiek & Millhouse
Knights of Pythias, The Dade County State Bank,
Meets Head and Chapman have had another -ADAMS'City : -- .
Friday
every 1ghtat7= op.m.standard
time Visiting fathers cordially invited. sail boat experience. Friday they Palm Beach, Florida.* \

Castle Hall over Public School Building. took a load of pumpkins to'West Palm lVlattket. t: -- DEALERS IN -

COY L METCALF,C.C. Beach. Chapman came home by freight Authorized Capital .$100,000.
WL F.AaIIST&ONG,Ja.K.of L&S.
2.4.97s : Sunday but Head has not arrived yet,
Gents' Furnishings
(Tuesday night). Wind, tide, rain, U you eat MEJtT..... Paid Up Capital. $15,000. Dry Goods, ,, __

.. Business Locals. etc., all conspired against them. yon want good meat, and thatis .
the kind always on hand- .' OFFICERS:
Mr. W. B. J. Rice the first person to Shoes Hats
Dr J. A. Pugh Dentist, will leave E,N. DIMICK, President. ,
Native and Western
August 1st, to be gone three months settle, in Linton,left for Janesville.Wis., E.H.Bft ELS FORD, YicePretident.GEO. .
Great reduction on all work until then. his old home. Monday. Mr. Rice has Fresh and Smoked,
Very best work, L. BHAHNIHO, Cadi,,;
neat and clean opera- been in poor health for'' the past year Salt and Pickled, Hardware Crockery
tions-Callatonce. ,
6-j-tf
and the change was ordered by Dr. Mc- and none but the best. Branch Office at West Palm Beach
WANTED-Two women for cooks and Laughlin. Mr. Rice will retain his land
general house work. Good wages paid here and expects to return at some, fu. A Clean Market and Polite Attention Office Hours From 10 a.m. to I p.' m. AND GROCERIES
for satisfactory workers. Address, I Mail orders Promptly Filled. .
ture time. His friends here hope he _
Bssism Tnciictei
F. J. MAGIIA, Jupiter, Fla neural Bisklag ,
may regain his health and return at a The Old Stand-On Clematis Ave.
Hotel.U.l.95
Collections promptly remltte OB day of PALM BEACH FLORIDA, North of Royal Polnclana .
s Call ,
at Russell & Co's. and get a glass no distant date. West Palm Beach. .
the
receipt. Drafts bought and Mid on principal
L of Ice Cream Soda. ....
cities of the United States. 10-29-96(
4.8tf GEO. S. ADAMS .
Try the East Coast Fish Co. for Large The heavy rains of Saturday night and M'gr.Vhidden's

Mullet-next to Ice Factory. Sunday opened up the Canal cut into -


' ronize For watch the old and reliable jewelry firm repairing of Idner, pat& body Lake of worth water near a hundred Juno, and feet wide Monday, font-a \ Market'7s The Peacock Inn. T V. CASHEN '

.Jewelers. feet deep and with the velocity of a millrace -LOCATED ON- ,
out. This saved Contractor
was pouring
.
Summer rates for babies $3.00 doz-
en at Hand's Studio. per Grant hundreds of dollars worthof Prepared- Supply 81SO Yf'E: $AY. 4110.. Manufacturer of and Dealer toLUMBER

hard work,] although the dredge is with ..
Cooking utensils in agate-ware best hemmed in and will have to dig herselfout you Five miles south of Miami '
, In the market-at
Weybrecht's the Pioneer
Hardware Store. to floating- water.-, Good Meats at Living Prices. : : The on oldest the and Bay.largest Direct Hotel

.Boat building done right at home, ink The two local bills relating to Dade Railroad and Steamer connection YELLOW FINE

the most approved manner, good work. County befcre the Florida Legislaturethis qi1'ssn. 1)01'11, with.FALM -
manship and at living prices. Call on session have been passed this seek T w
sf
A. T. Rose. :
Capt. and will become laws upon approval by az ACH.1 :
'IouZt1'1 .And Timber. ::
the Governor. One is the stock, law .5
Call at Russell &Co's. new fountain and daily Steamer and .
and try an Ice of New Fruit Pulp. which will require owners of stock in ,end 9gs. Launch connection with


neglect Are your them eyes, but weak have affected Frank? Idner Don't, the their eastern animals part in. of The the other County is to the fence fish Native :Meats a specialty.Your """- -WI iJr.-MY. U !ldIlP,Tlrll Woik. FeCI Scroll! Work,Pickets, Lath Oruglud Yegelahll! ritit]

the optical expert, test and fit them with law which will close the fishing businesson
Patronage Solicited. I Rites$2.00 and *!
what they need. Lake Worth from Mav. ist to November per day spaa Jacksonville Florida. 1.28.97Tke

I ist of each year. Market on Banyan Street
FOR SALE-Entire saw-mill and outfit CHASPEMOCK&SOHPropr's.OOCOAHDTQBOVEFLA.
t Woodley. Apply to Elliott .
Joseph ,
6-27 tf. West Palm Beach.You R. G.Lee &Co. have now opened a 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH.
full line of Dry Goods and Groceries in .
can get all kinds of Fresh Fish at their store in the SUN building, and ask I3-tf. -

the the Ice East Factory.Coast Fish Company's, next to the and trade price.to call and see their quality Clematis Avenue Southern Fuel and Supply Copy.. ," "


NaphthaLaunch-4-borse power, in t-Whole**!* And Retail Dealers Ii-: /
--OUST---' J. F. OLIVER '
Florida waters, for sale cheap. Address, \ ;
1,114 Harvey Ave., Walnut Hills, Cincinnati Store
Supply -::
Ohio. LUMBER, DEALER IN Wood Coal Coke, 'Brick, Lime Gem.

Instructions given in photography in ::-West falm Beach, Florida,
all its branches at Hand's Studio. ent Shingles and J
SHINGLES Laths.tVitrified
J. D. MA THIS, Proprietor.


all Don't Musical the latest forget Instruments Cool that Drinks.Russell and&Strings Co. keep at LATH, ETC.We My(Successor Motto-t."Quick Braaaln's Sales',Bakery and' sad Small Geary Profits.C*) F Palici n J Groceries Paving and Sidewalk Brick. J


Idner& Son's the Piol1eet welers. can make you Lowest Prices, Bakery Goods and ;r...

r I F. 0. B. station .' ,
No need to send away from home for your Family Groceries AND
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can i Write us for anything yon need in Office 408 West, Bay Street. "
build you one as fine or as cheap as yon' .....My Specialty.Goods .
Material.
want. See: him, and place your order. Building delivered free to any partof Staple ProVisions! 1.289TtJAcksOniiille, Florida!

When in Jacksonville,'stop at the Builders Supply Co., the City or across the Lake.

Acme Hotel. Rooms 50, 75 and|i.oo St. Augustine,Florida.Lainliart. All Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Best Furnished hotel in the
per day.
,
Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
--OR-
'R.city.L. Good CHIDWICK.dining rooms. in connection.4'1-tf. & Potter, prices paid for country produce.Buy DO NOT FORGET.....,

of me and I will nave you money. 4-2997 First Class
Fish are fine and fat now-call at I 1-28-97 West Pain Beach,Fla. BakeryIn

East Coast Fish Co's. and eel one--just issell & Co.
;ut-of the Ice Factory. Connection with the Grocery. ,

I WASTED TO CONTRACT for 500 or 1,000 i
: cords 4 ft. wood both lightwond and W. WEYBREGHT
5 FAMILY RACE "'\ DRUGGISTS.
split green pine, price $1.00 and $1.50 --
per cord f. o. b. cars within 40 miles of .

West Palm Beach. Address-Lake Dealer in Hardware, J AMY SPECIALTY.
Works, West Palm Beach
s Worth Ice WE CABBY A FULL LINE OF@ruggist

Florida. tf. Mer, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints, Sundries
Budded Orange Trees. ( gaUd 4xtici

500 choice budded orange and other Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Work Store and BANYAN ST.Tourists' "-
Citrus trees leading kinds. Also Palms, Bakeryi M perfumes and patent rMedicin

Roses and flowering plants. Priceliston
A.'L. HATCH. Dealer in romps, Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware,AgateWare
application. A Fresh Line
of
and House Tenney's Candies.
lo-i-9-tf City Point Fla., Furnishings of Every Kind.


J. W. ERICKSON'SEWINGDa1MACHINES.-. AGENT FOR THE" "AERMOTGR CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PUNTS- H MM Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service. _

I! s Block West Palm Beach:]
Supplies.YOUR .
Guianteed. Machines Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly -
Repairing done and 2.11.97&e _
to Rent or Sold on Installment ', Famished. 1-31-tf.
and Attachment Always on Hand. .
Needle*
Store South j JoOI'Ito Railroad tlematis WV.A enne,-i-U.First WEST gATil C :BEACH :FL RJIDA. PATRONAGE SOLICITED .for rp'h.s .5'Un. "





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