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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00207
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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CwpUdabl rNFfNmANNifYENNFWaFaa61LAIfv1l9r88r nArNErAOPlCAliUNNoa.ra,11l/..J WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY, :FLORIDA, JUNE 10, 1897. VOLUME XI,, SO/18.,

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'MsPERSONAL 'PACKINGS.m passing is promised. ns for publicationnext COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE- : i I1* HERE AND THERE. 4 p. m. Saturday for a song: practice. >
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I People M They Come and GtPeopl'Yal J. F. Berk. of Boynton paid this office Interesting Items Gathered by Oar Scribe Script of News About nil ail That aid I Owing to the rain there was no ball National Home For Editors."- Selected-Mr.
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Hay or May Not Enow. frie visit Throughout the Ciuty.UASGOSli DiBerentThing.. game Tuesday Pator8 Report
a jgb Monday.
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'.( Tomato and other vegetable shipmentsare
Mrs Geo. S. Adams is home- again- Jnstiwrjgs.' H. Elliott and ex-Marshal MUTTERISGS. Ex-Marshal Ross sold his horse and over with for the season. The undersigned a behalf of the

from her Lemon City trip. Ross leftati erdajr for Mexico. wagon to Capt Will Moore, of, Hypo.It committee appointed by the National
i "" ; but pineapples Tuesday. Base ball games :are called rag.
1 News is are Editorial Association to examine all the .
t County Assessor N., E. Cowles, of v plentiful. :: ularly every Tuesday and Friday,weather ,
Capt. E. N. pjmick returned home and plaster partitions and brick : sites offered as a location for the pro -
permitting.
Hobe Sound, came down last night on a .
from Tallahassee Saturday.night. r wells help to confine fires to the place posed educattonaland benevolent institution
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It business trip to the city. Geo. W. Sears is still sick. The trouble -
*- is he won't work where they originate. Contractor J. H. Grant was down to be established and main-
stop long enoughto
_; John Omweg and wife-expect to leave Attorney G. G. Carrie made another get welL JThere from the canal yesterday and went back tained under its auspices, as,a resort and -
trip tc-tTitusville and back last week well attended and home for writers and
\ was a very this morning. He reports work there jn Florida editors,
tomorrow for a few weeks visit ,to his business. np
home at Yalaha on Lake Harris, Fla. on "' '" Prices received for pines as far as qnitetenjoyable' C. E. Social held at the progressing finely.: publishers; to decide upon such location .

heard from have all been very satisfactory Palms Tuesday evening. and take such steps ,as may be required -
Mrs. Geo. L.
Branningand son Briggs
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. W. S. Thomas, the Jacksonville Citizen and Miss Lulu Angevine returned home and give the growers a good profit. .Last. 1 Two cases in the Mayor's court, last to perfect' a legal organization

correspondent down on the Bay, Saturday W.' E- Ripley shipped week, one for fast horseback riding and takes pleasure in announcing that aftera _

r spent a day or two in town this week.J. Monday night. Fred Yoss came to Lake Worth Tuesday a tarload pf piDe ,from his six acre field lone for fast bicycle riding-the latter careful examination of sites offered

A. W. Garnett was up from Hypo- to act as. engineer on the Gladys, a.,tort r distance. south- of town and has I! paid $S and costs. by the committee, of which Hon. 'B. B.

... W. Gtimes and T. J. Grier ,left nxo Monday and also paid a trip to which steamer has started for the B. I. many,, more to ship. I Herbert, of Chicago editor of the National

Tuesday for a.trip after something backin Juno[ during the day. R. to haul pines, having been inspectedlast I I The Ire Factory runs every week but Printer-Journalist, is chairman

the 'Glades, and we hope they will night. ____ Several drummers from Jacksonville... not as regularly as" it did during the (with a view to securing a place having "

get it.Prof.. Capt Will Moore and wife, of Hypo. Sat annah and Atlanta paid this sectiona I I Winter, as the demand for ice has fallen a central location,'healthy climatic con
> The L. W. F. Co. are having more jridFthe of lastweek and
fore part report -
r nxo Island, were up visiting A. B. Ot- I off some since then. ditions and easy of access from all parts
R. E. McDonald, of Miami and land put in shape on the west side of the business as promising. I
well and wife Tuesday. I of the Union), it has been decided to accept .
E. Lee, of Lemon City, came 'up Mon- ridge and also plowing up the avenne to ; =' i From one to four or five showers a the liberal offer made by G.

day to attend the, teachers examination Scott & Broome attorneys, have the Lake, preparatory to planting' out "The colored Tabernacle Baptist chnrch day for the past week makes ns think W. Hastings very& Son, of the Hotel, Inter.

Tuesday. moved their office to Miami. Mrs. more pines. _____ in this city was sold at Sheriff's sale, at the rainy season is making. a rather. lachen property, at Interlachen, which!
; the Court House door at Juno, Monday,
Broome will remain here. previous
TheF. E. C. construction train appearance. offer has been largely supplemented by
Ry. C. C. Houston, wife and child,and N.,XL Hall being the purchaser.
haUling sand the Lake Mon- Mrs. and Ruth nwn m1The daaatious, of choicelands
' was across Geo..Adams baby came grove property,
Foot I colored of this
Dale Miller Wilbur and : Yar- people city'cipe t
day to do some filling with on the Poin- np to Geo. W. Sears' Monday. Mrs. The base ball game last Friday result to have field to the mint of over four hundreda
Friday
started a day
borough Monday for a three July a ,
I
ciana grounds. days' hunting and fishing trip to New Adams and baby returned the same day, .ed in a score of 22 for the nine captained I II when picnics are expected from SET cash and labor donations to about -

but the others staid over a day or two., F. to for the nine $1,500 in all amounting to fully $25,000.In .
I by Elgin Curry 4 em
J. W. Erickson ran down to Miami River and vicinity places up the road and also pcs-
last week and returned home the fore under the captaincy of M. E. Gruber. sibly from Miami. making this announcement the -
f 'C. Geo. W. Sears, J. H. Dick, Albert I undersigned, in behalf of the committee s
of thisweek. He 0;Livingston one of our property I'' %
part fair business. reports doing avery owners, who was looking after his Merchant, Capt. E. T. Rose, W. H. Sanders ,The prisoners at the County jail have One of the fishermen caught a porpoise desires to make public its sincere acknowledgement

and A. E. Knowles all raise chickens .been ,working the County road from outside of thanks for the"offers
interests here the fore part of the week, Monday and brought it to
in greater or less numbers, which Juno south and have it in good shaped made at Enterprise, Melbourne.. De-
divided
Mrs., E. C. Kingston and two children left Tuesday for his home in Jackson town and it up with all who
' of ville. they would not do if it was unprofitable. d[ to the neighborhood of Priest's wanted a porpoise steak. Punish Springs and other points 'which

. : Daytona are expected, to ar- .. ." Cre;. __ has made..it difficult to decide? The
rive to-nightffor a few"'weetsvtsttto'her
Attorney W. I. ..Metcalf left Tuesday The Lake Worth Fruit Co.are making It is no ideal' boast that "two days' spirit of liberality evinced( indicates that
sister, Mrs. E. P. Moffatt. Max Sirkin's new store in the Semin.o'e -
for a business trip to his old home in Some big shipments of fancy pines now; Block will hereafter be known and labor in Florida will give a man as good. the State at large will feel deeply inter.

Cot J. B. Briggs one of our large real Ohio. Mrs. Metcalf and daughter Miss Capt. E. T. Rose is also shipping some advertised as Sirkin's Bazaar and will a living as six days' labor in ,New Eng-i ested in the success of the enterprise

estate owners and regular winter vis4 May, accompanied him as far as Mel- fine ones; in fact, pines are going forward c:rry a stock commensurate with its land." It is truer of the PeninsularState I while the ten thousand or more editors

4 x>nrne. ; from the plantations of Geo. L. than of her sisters that she throughout the Union who are affiliated
itor to this State, has just arrived at his name. any
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home in Russellville, Ky., from Winter i Ssift, Jas. C. Clow,*Rev. E. Gale Geo. > only needs to be tickled by-the plow to i i I with the National Association may safe-
Mrs. T. F. Alderman and Miss
Haven, Fla. Mary Aj Gale. E. Root S. M. Storm and J. E. H. Dimick is treating the countersin make her laugh in abundance.-Ex. ly be counted on to advance its inter-

Seward accompanied Mrs. F. M. Cabot McConn frequently. The pines are his drag store to a fresh coat of ,oil terests. .

P.W.Wildes, from Nassau County from Neptune to West Palm Beach on nearly all of good size and in fine con- and greatly improving their appearance. The Board of County Commissionersmet Steps will be at once taken to perfecta

near Fernandina, a hale and hearty old i a combined business and pleasure trip dition, and probably Lalf of them are of ]. B. Nokes is doing the manual labor on Monday of this week with Commissioners legal organization to be known as the

gentleman of some eighty five summers, I last Friday. the fancy varieties. part of the job., Pitts White, Shone and Editor's Company for a National Editorial .
arrived last visit his 1 Resort and Home with a boardor
night on a to
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Lamhart and Clerk
son P. B. Ratdiffe, manager of grand-I Miss Emily the daughter of W. S. I Rule day, tax sale and County Com- Quirnby present. control, consisting of the members of
Clow; who has been spending the winteron Inrusorlal' Earth Discovered In Bade.Laige What with delinquent tax sale, County
missioners' the committee follows B. B.
(; ctory.I meeting at Juno Monday ,as : Herbert
I her father's Court rules day, Masters'' and sheriff
plantation just northof of of Illinois 'Walter of Missouri
took counselors Williams
contingent -
I quite a our; ;
deposits of infusorial earth have sales, but little time was given to CountyCommissioners'
Geo. W. Herndon, our local telegraph' the city, left this morning for her attorneys, editors and plain citizensto ; W. S. Capeller of Ohio; W. E. Pa-
i been onnd in certain parts of Dade session.
operator and orator, left yesterday Pittsburg home. the County Seat bor, of Florida; John A. Sleicher,of New
Th" earth has been found
morning for a two weeks visit at Mc- Count\\ superior -- York; A. E. Pierce, of Colorado; W. S.
Archie Hutchinson, a brother of D. I r..p any polish now used ior silver Delinquent tax sale Monday found to .
where his wife and A at the
Clenny, family are big loggerhead turtle was Wiley, of West Virginia.
M. Hutchinson arrived last to and gol ware, brass, and other metals, tax title speculators present and little
Saturday
the M. E. Gruber freight depot Monday on its from
is
spending summer. way '' "There is that giveth and jet in-
the here. lIe has been glass, ets. The-land has been staked off interest was ,taken in the affair a
spend
holding down the chair during operator summer Boynton to Michigan.! It is being sent creaseth." This,as has been truly said
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few not than
dozen tracts
will more a
in of liar- and be reserved for further investi- I
put charge as shipping agent
Herndon's absence. gation. up for exhibition purposes, it was were bought in for their owners while by Mr. Herbert, "will prove more emphatically .
ney & Hutchinson's Seminole Pinery. claimed: as it will be quite a curiosity in true of the'State or localitythat
all the rest certified the State.
was to
The earth is found to be equal, if not
H. Elliott has I
Jos. resigned as Justiceof "
hat of the
part country. is so fortunate as to secure the to a.
the Peace for'this precinct and a Geo. W.i Reynolds one of our most respected superior, to the same material found in The day was rainy'and disagreeablebut
petition lion of the Editona of the National Ed-
old,time residents and property Colorado, which has been debarred from Collector Hardee faced the,elements -
circulated the fore of the of the Seminole
was part Tommy Jumper, one itorial Association of the United States."
owners, left yesterday morning, accompanied Eastern markets account of the in performance of his duty
on
Indians in town the first of the
week, asking the Governor to appoint II was I-feel proud that such service ant have
Col. H. to the office by his wife, for fawtuxet.R. freight charges from that distant State. week trading. Tommy can write
Livingston a
J. pass- Almost all of the rubber trees that our I been able to render has. aided in an
I., where they will spend the Sum Several,deposits have' been fonnd in .
Ife able hand he said he
receiving a great signatures although> never
many
mer. citizens have set out around their lots humble way in securing this institution
of our leading citizens. II Maryland, but it is mixed with other went to school but two weeks in his this spring are now growing finely and for Florida. WH.IIAU E. PABOR.,
earth, and is very inferior on this account life'and be is
County Superintendent Z. T. Merritt,1 Joel Dean failed to get off on his proposed now some thirty-five or show promise of soon giving the city !.._
old.Occasionally.
Key West trip, but did finally tear forty_years some nice shady streets in several local- A Tongue Twister.
of
of Buena Vista Dr. W. '
J. Jackson, ] This is regarded as a wonderful dis-
himself from his Oratorical ities. would if .._-_
Cocoanut Grove, Misses Ada F. Merritt away Society covery. As to the extent of the deposits mahogany logs come up It be a good thing more e

and Carrie Watson, of Lemon City, Miss I, and other attractions of both gendersand little is known, but further investigations on the beach and, once in a while an of our citizens were to>plant out trees, Here is a tongue twister that has been ,
left on Monday morning's train for either rubber or some other good variety going the rounds of the press:_ .
Jeannette Obenchain and Prof. W. A. H. will be looked forward to with East Sider will get one.. Wm. Lanehart
jisit to his Alabama home. for shade to further A sleeper is one who sleeps. A sleeper
&s
so
Hobbs and wife, of Cocoanut Grove much interest-Miami Cor. in Jacksonville had several procured this way and last improve ,
were all up Tuesday on school matters. Ci/ zeII. week he sawed them up and now has a the appearance of our city and its is that in which the sleeper sleeps. A
I Rev. Mr. Bell minister streets. is that which which
a Baptist on sleeper 03 a sleeper
fine of for
lot mahogany, lumber the use
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Merritt. Prof. his way to Miami stopped over here carries the sleeper while he sleeps runs.
Superintendent put J'I of himself and friends. .
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W. Comstock in charge of the white applicants -: Sunday to visit the Baptist brethren in The Proofreader.! Nemesis. The street in front of the Seminole Thetefore, while the sleeper sleeps in -

for teachers certificates during I this city and preached at the Methodist .. Last Sunday noon as Wm. Lanehart's Hotel that the city council just had re- the sleeper the sleeper carries the sleeper
service in the Rev. W. A. Low- "What's the matter?" inquired the paired last week was put in worst shape over'the under the
,their examination, and Dr. J. W. Jackson evening. ducks came up for their, dinner an alligator sleeper sleeper
foreman, as he entered the sanctum for than before by the rain of this week as
in char&e of the colored applicants der officiated at the regular service in about four feet long followed them until the sleeper which carries the sleeper
the morning. copy and noted the editor's bleedingnose the new ground had not fully settled yet jumps the sleeper and wakes sleeperin
and that both gentlemen faithfully performed np from the water, probably to try to
t I swollen forehead red and the rain washed it all and
puffed, eye out, more the the strikingthe
sleeper on sleeper by
meal off
their duties the applicant all get a one of them for himself.
admit I About half past twelve o'clock Mon- and tattered' dusty coat. "Fall downstairs Mrs. Lanehart first saw him and called besides. The wall tin remains intact sleeper under the sleeper, and thereis

day morning a lamp exploded in a room ?" "No-only that," replied'the her husband's attention. Will armed however,and all that was needed was to no longer any sleeper sleeping. in the

This office is under many obligationsto back of one of the vacant stores in the editor, pointing with his finger to a paragraph himself with an old sabre he keeps for have the street filled h again with dirt, sleeper on the sleeper. -

Richard Hone, whose 'gentlemanly Seminole Block, occupied by IL Ham in the paper before him. "It's such purposes, and soon' had the 'gator .and shelled on;, top and this the council -- ., .

features, accompanied by a sack of merman, and the cry of fire brought in our account of the Chipley-Smith .decapitated and properly cut up for have had done and now a few days of Go South Young Man,

fancy pines, put in an, appearance just many of our citizens to the spot. The wedding. It ought to read 'Miss ,chicken feed. dry weather will'make it all right. -r.--- r

a* we were going to press. We grate- partition wall being lath and plasterand Smith's dimpled, shining face formed a Would be the advice of Horace Greeley

full appreciate both his call and bis the main walls brick kept the fire I pleasing contrast with Mr. Chipley's il Children's Day will be observed next ,Numerous application are being received if be was living to day. Small capitals II

present. The 'pines .were fancy ones, from spreading and a little good quick strong, bold physiognomy.' But see Sunday at the Congregational Church, by our farmers and real estate arc frittered away in the more populous ;'

principally Queens. work put the fire out before much dam- how it was printed.1' And the foreman by special services. After the regu dealers asking for statistics concerningthe States by energetic young men entering

age had been done. read: "Miss Smith's pimpled skin. lar Sabbath School session there will be trucking industry here, prices of on a business career-capital which if

. The following are those who went ny face formed a very pleasing children's service at II o'clock. The land, etc. Heavy sales of both pine ,and judiciously invested in A Florida farm

through the teachers examination Tuesday Last Thursday night the Everglade contrast with Mr. CLipIey's stony, children will sing some specially prepared prairie lands have been made recently; ,' would insure a handsom: competence

: Carrie Watson, Eugene Lee, I,. Oratorical Society held their regular bald physiognomy." "Chipley was justin music and assist in the congregational aid there is do longer a doubt that Lemon for fife and security for loved ones in

F. Hindry, W. A.H. Hobbs. Addie Lee meeting in the rooms of G. G. Currie in here" continued the editor throwingone singing. The pastor will givea City will rank number one in the I the event of death. Why waste energyin

Damon, Jeadnette Obenchain, Ada F. the Masonic building. The debate was blood-streaked handkerchief into sermon to the children. The church fowarding of vegetables next season. towns or cities of the crowded States,

Merritt, Mrs. Geo. Lyman, Grace Lain- an interesting one and'wen handled by the waste-basket and feeling in his will be appropriately decorated In the Several points have reported records why grub and toil in unfollow lands and'

hart, Irene Rickards, Lulu Angevine both sides, the question being on the pocket for a new one. "and he-but I evening the pastor will speak on made for last season, but thus far this in the lands of blizzards and failing

Louise Hindiy, R.-E. McDonald, Chap- government ownership of railroads and just send that fool of a proofreader in Christianity's Estimate of Childhood. place is in the lead, William Freeman crops when glorious possibilities are

man J. Jones Annie D. Lightbourne telegraphs. The decision was adverseto here. There's fight left in me yet!" All the children and parents and mends leads for one acre of tomatoes, with the open in the fruitful fields of the sunny '

Minnie B. Eagles and Lulu E. Rawls, such ownership. Their next meetingwill -Typographical'Journal.' not attending elsewhere are cordially handsome sum,-net, of .1,117,86; while! South Stand no longer in your own

the last four being colored. The papers be held to-night at the same place, .It3B invited to be, present especially those Messrs. Pet rs and son cleared about light. "There's a flower in the garden

will be examined by the committee and the subject being, "Resolved, that oratory belonging to the school. The children $3,000 on a four acre field.-Lemon. City for you, young man-Florida! Indus'

a list of those that were successful inV is mightier than the pen.'' crl: :o for qh. Stine are requested. to meet at the church. at cor. in Jacksonville Ctlizfx.. trial B/ /i". ,


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L -' Y f:|t Cwpral: !1ta.! From MONEYIffPINEAPPLES the reports of all those who PROFESSIONAL CARDS I LEGAL NOTICES. Baker" & Holmes: -.;'. .,:i1

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hare shipped pineapples already thin GEOIIG.It.Jt.oUID.. VALTSB S.6u&uc1OBBLS3 I NonCE. --{ WHOlZ&alK DK1LE8 11) iff' {:
for & G AH.ATTOIlNEfUT.f.AW. I .. : .,;,,::1
and bare reeeired returns
GUY. I.METCALF, '- .. EDITOR. season f o ce hereby siren. that the BaaM of an
F them,we team that the price received :persos dolq BaataeM without a BOOM will Cotton Seed Meal and FertflfelHaj II

c MEXKTBOF hare been very good so far. G E.G.aJUUE, .. Irtl SUMgc !be reported to tie ConntyAttoreey, who ha

Bj this we mean they hare brought wee tale Beach,DUe County,Fl.. I bea natrscted to prosecute the Mae at lily Oats Feed Grits iS J
Florida' Corn flours ,
.: Press Association. Will practice in an court*,State and Federal.l term ot Ooanty Court. : .
"::. from ann and eight cents apiece for fyiliffr for aamr.l.g and pint A. E.SETSBR.Ctmnty; JridgeTHOS. .
AFFILIATED WITH
>mod Title We haft th* tmtr complete cob .Z.t1AEDE8,Tax Coaeet.r. 4.103$
z' National Editorial Association. poorer quality of common pines up Tad books Goveriflgj North DaM County. I Building Materials =-F r
to ten. twelve and fifteen cents apiecefor I .
: DO YOU BEADTHE .
good ones of the common kind SAY : -
_SUBSCRIPTION: Non '_ LIme Brick, Cement, and P1asteriq ,:
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and in some eases even more than UXE WORTH SEWS > ,"<,
One rev.Is advaaaS ,2.00 rii.: Hundred DoOanReward -
tee
that. The Pngretalae Paptr of Dade Comity,, $10O.OOBew "
tfxXoMhe.fi !U"--- .41-00 li doot, evil will be paid by; the Board of Coat Togh oa Flies.tt ;
Tart Uomth*.la.adra--.,. -.... SOmuuz This is doing very well and if the Ira the Sevne yon .Breeziest why: tad Brightest Pak CoannfceioDen tor the coBTicUoa of may per- -
rest of the pines shipped this season per IS SofitbcTV WlQfUM. liOa or persona for RtdBc Ire to, or banding Guaranteed to Protect Horses and Cattle against 1 Flice
Sample copy: test free by tuUrcsdng "
tear TBCMBAT AT ww FAIM average anything like this in pricesthe THE LAZE WORTH West Palm 1Ia"RWs.f"2H5 Beach.. Fla. ramp Dade County firw on any Florida of the Dooeiaopea County Bridge.easlon ia, 3-18-97 Once Main and Bay BU., Jacksoniliie, ] : '
Ilia,papa corNTT VLOUP*.
growers will be perfectly satisfied tlile Maxeb ad,1/'T.
{L.15-1 A.F.2t'DfBT.
for at ouch prices there is moneyin W I. METCALP, 3-ll-3m Clerk_Board County; Commtaaimen.NoTI .
.:rnco AT zit ray tweed a witi Pact
then. ,
raising a
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t F WACH Aft UCOyiKUM XATTZm.OTrial Of curse the fancy pines that were ATTORNEY-AT. .UW.. O. W. WEYBREOHT

inmost Win practice ooaty.State aal Federal e
shipped brought fancy prices, Joura. .
Paper of Dade County led UM Oldest -
L. Pabtleatioa oa the East Coart of eases selling aB the way in:mtwtritItlJe LASS OffleetaTcoPiux.CASES A SPECIALTY.8n Bloek la the Circuit Court,ia and for Dade County, Dealer in Hardware

y Florida between TltufllJe cents to a dollar, and in West Palm Beaeb, Dado County. EIorI4&. Florida. Ia Chancery.

tad J ar KestI some instances a dollar and a half a CaroUne F.TS.Piths I Totedoaue of P(_r, Steam aDd Gas Fitter, Kind Paints,

piece. E.IIEYSER, StePhe-Eice>;sL his R1wndlfary wife. } Mortgage 'Ira"
1\ ad Shed
Be Adrertblaj IfedUni MI the Lau rout Tint Copper, .
4 This year is the banner year as far It appearing by the affidavit; of &.- EL Heyser -
of Florida ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. "'.
,counsel lor the complainaat filed n this
I as the crop is concerned, and, from
From thirteen Yean of eoatutnou residence came,that the defendants are _-rai &U of "
I indications now,it _bids fair to be ia Dade County and aeqaamtaaee WIth the State of Florida,(or,that if readentthey Dealer Fmmps Pipe Fittings,and General Flambing Supplies,T1>VarMi
THE DADE COWTT LOCAL OPTIOS no- Dade County Uada,baa peenllar taetttties torConeyaacUil -_-.?_. wale and louse Fsniduags or Every Kui r the banner year for prices and and farnisaiac Aboracta of have been abeent more thaa sixty days BaS -
fence law, after years of waiting was profits aim.. Title. proceeding application for order of publication F
.. the Juno Dade Couaq.J'londL. 8-U-J6 that they are over 21 yean of age and thai CONSTRUCTOR cf laRlSATiOi
passed ty L wktnre to the There_is surely good money fnraising their residence to unknown to compiajjiaDt, fOB THE AERaom

at:6laetion of all our citizens. pines and our growers are find- T C. HOOD,M. D. and that there Is no person is the State of

.d. iog it oat this year even if they never Florida service of a subpoena upon whom Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly"I .
would bind either cf the defendants StephenE.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGIOH.and
'
TBS STATE LKGISLATTBE: adjourn fc iew it before. I Eke or Mary E,Rite tU wile Furnishdd. .

ed !.aed last Friday. There will Come South,young man and $o and Beaideaee near Royal roblt1 a.1 It b therefore ordered that the Aid defeiid- Ti""LORESTABLISHED
13"EA.CFL
Hotel.PALM BEACH. 6-1-96 I sate Stephen E.lUte and, Mary B- Rice his WEST PALM
b? 10 extra session to impeach State to raising pints; only be sure to wife be required to appear and answer com-

IreaanrerCoDLig as he bas saved bring enough money along to enabley D B. POTTEE.'31. D.. plalnant'a bin of complaint oa the 1875-
tad Day of Aacut,A.U.1597,
the State an that trouble and expense io to make a sacceseful start in thebasinets. l4.
the rime being a Bale Day,or the Bald btu will

by tt signing. ___________ 3-23-83 PAL BEACH. rLe.E be taken a*eonbaeed and the complaisant beanod William A. BOUTS & Co.
aeaj to proceed ex-parte with her eaooe. ,
% It to further ordered that this order be
WHA A VISITOR SA YS. W. PUGH, 31. D.. pub
: BEFORE 'fJE. FREEZE the orange Rgbed once each week for eight; consecutive
2 a WftU.iD TVS TaopKu. Sea. a newspaper Grain Garden Seeds and FerlziiiSEasiBaySt.
crop: attracted more attention than PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEOfLOffice (
When Florida editors write articles published at West Palm Beach Dade County, .
8D-otbeterop we raised, although praising eitb'r their own sections in rear nf Dimfek'a brag Store. Florida.
the vegetable was an the time up Reridenee-Wwt side of Olive Street, 3 Door. Witness the Hon.John D.Brooms, Jodg of Jactsonn//er Florida
crop or the State at large and Northern South of Uemati ATraae. -
said Court:,u well m A. F. Quimby CJerlthereof.
increasing in prominence mith the 3-21S.9 WEST PALM FLA.J. .
BEACH.
people read them the editors are and the seal of aaid Court at the

f ; pineapple crop not far behind. \\hen nearly always accused of putting it Court House at Juno this 31st day otHay.. We Handle Only toe Bert and Most Reliable Seeds. A Complete Stock ot -

t .the freeze came oranges were given a on rather thick, to say the least,and I .A. PUGU, D.1897.6-3-91 [Seal of Coon A..]F.QCDl.BY.Clerk Clrcnit Court Hay Cora Oats Floor Bran Dust Grits .
t.etbackaDd vegetables took the ,
sometimes of Moss and willful exag- OFN. iST.,

front rank, with pineapples still era on, while the real trouble is that I CrowD and Bridge Work a Speei Jty. '. Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright t 8ri .
,
cl ve behind and gaining every sea Local Anawtbetie Toed In Extraction "V arIa FOR PTBUCATIOS.Orncz .
facts stated the editors "
by are simply ot Teeth. \ AT VHOLr T.n -
son until now the pineapple is OFFlCE-4th Door from Cor. Clematia Ave "
crop beyond the comprehension of their and Olive St. I.UD AT GAUxanuK.. I'u.. } State Agents For Tygert-Ailen Fertilizer Co.-< :
ahead of all crops in the State for T-2-9 WEST PALM: BEACH FLORIDA.F Yay 1. !IIi1. :
We wonder what those Nonce U
accusers. hereby given that the 1911o"8g. Star Brand rertfluen-Goanuitaed Analysis Orange Tree and Vegetable Fester
/ prominence as a sure, money-mak- named lettler bat fled notice of her Lntentioa Ground ajunit.,
who of drawing the longbow make Bone Nitrate Soda Mariate ot Potash Sttlpbate Pot&eo At.f
accnse.ns to commutation in
irg crop. T. DANIEL ''I proof support of her These FerUliien nave no Superior ia the Market and a trial will eaaTioee.Send ..'
claim and that said proof will be made before -
will to the following written lor Csuiogae, free. m mmm* 1-
say ; a t Clerk Circuit Court, at Juno Fla,on Jane 12,
I by a citizen of Massachusetts after a OEM FIST, IlbfI1. .is:
}'EOM TEE FEW 9g trees grawiag 1 I Lucy Q.<:c \\f.,1em" ,9f SDp}try fn. I .
id tits mil 1lD io re t Klltioo dlfberencarCessna : COCOA.f5'DLAX BIPEB,FfABOA.t ffiaawALLACE 64'S5r3toitbaLut'\. '\. 6 sob1et. "
TfeCaCty oo 6otti &asi coed 1 2'

'b), tt b )i1 bas'i1 lets is flO88lbilil.ie tsieStara; SDentmesthj1oloriogwiio to prort. !flirnIek& T-i11hotth
uCtttgaiteanostttt ceet6t ttaagiaatiaa BL 31US1c bee tauttnuoua nIioiOence upon and ealtteaooa
a !nu t that coaU be easily raised: to 6etittt that 6ttntt tStt ofadld taa4 ta: _
K.B.Kina,Jupiter riorida,
here ia quantity, it oar growers. fast quarter of the twentieth cen- 8:1ccfu (a l. W. Robert, I 4.\l..Carton, .. .". I .
turf shall hare passed Florida wilt REEL e&TAre AKa fISUfWICf J,4..1n\lQIIf.. -
,
woaW only let out tha necessary I be from to toe oar seoti- I John 11. tiraat,of Septaae. Florida.b6.6t -- .OERLERS IN_
top greatest
& tkK'eatValmReectiTuvvi1.o .aDo I
% J.ML B 3BtU.begisWr
trees. Vbetner tbe crop. would bea : trop'ica garden .tbe Soothers coraocopia. Vest Palm /k.., Water Wort

very profitable ODe or sot cannot that shall aassaUy poor NOTARY\Ttirae,near PL1C.Ciematb OUye Street.GSO. Dry Goods Gents' Furnislmij
its treasure of ando.ers
vegeta.b1eJ.lruits
te told for ao oa has tried them asa into the lap of the nation." 8-2t.fI
a maik.ttabl& croo We would ad- Sar.' u. \ fl 2LSHEEN 'I Send TEE TUOPKAL Suit & trial OTdse I

vine all our pnpe;ty owners both In for fob work. We have a complete Shoes Hats
Ir A HAS car do business wants to & BUTLEK.,
,
and ont of the city tc set a few fig job office, good stock, latest
do business and w to do business -
tires out around their houses ready SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEER faces of types, competent workmenand .
any ,it is business let the people Office at West ralm Beach I our prices are as low as consistent Hardware
Crockery
way for they are quick growers and know it by advertising. Now, don't Land legally ab-dlTided and map tar.nibbed. with good material and work ,
2 beaters, and ripe figs are good to Selectinz and grading land, ,loeat- manship. Letter heads,statementsbill
say that advertising: is all luck and tug and entlaiatiDK! timber a specJaity: Careful
eat if yon cannot sell them. and correct work guaranteed AH COIEmnnfeatlon heads, envelopes, shipping D
you can't tell whether it will pay or by mail receive prompt attention. tags visiting cards, folders ia all the GROCERIES]
Mane and Blue Prints at Lowest Pri-!
e. not, for if that was the case it would ee*. WE8TP.U.YBE.\CH.FLL 11-7-95 latest styles and posters. I

I.T THE FLOKIDA fruit case the Interstate seem very strange that the man who I IIT. I PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, North of Royal Poinciana Hotel ,

Commerce Commission, after gives careful tboujbt to his advertising J. FLOOD. 12-1-95 .

a full investigation' ,decided that and does it intelligently) .and ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. The Bade County State Bank,

f' the rates charged were five cents too continuously, always is the lucky
Plans and Speel&atiOJl.llup style'of Palm Beach Florr 7tG.
a.
bgb, but the Supreme Court has decided man. There is not_ a prosperousfirm Budding. _
Fourteen In
year expprience Deeigaing
that the Commission has no or business in the, country but Southern oJdtlll-. :.14-bS

authority to.thus fix rates. This what has become so by advertising WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. Authorized Capital 100000.

new ruling of the Court is not only a The success of the successful is thebest Paid Up Capital 915,000. G. SPRINGER

t r backset to shippers from this State, proof that advertising .of the M. D. L. DODSON. ,

bat is expected to bring about a right sort pays.ALTHOUGH OFFICERS i

i general defiance of the Commission aa 4 E. N. DIIIICIr President.E. ... Maaofactnrer Retailer and Shipper of .

by all the railroads of the country BSEL8FORD, Vice-President.

and lead to such confusion in "railroad A LITTE dissatisfaction Miami' Florida. GfO. L. BRAHHIHB, Cashier.
has'been: shown in some quarters 8-28-3.:
I matters that the Commission -
over the railroad commissioners Branch Office at West Palm Beach
-
wail be forced to join with the railroads appointed O AM COBB,
by GOT. Bloxham the ICE fi
in asking Congress to pass agvoeral pco Office Hours From io a.m. to i p. m.
pie in general seem to be well satisfied BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT. .I
pooling bill. General BiikiagBisiaess Trusaetei.
;. with them. One is said_m_ to__ be_ a_ Horae--_hoeinz_ __ __ and___ Harnew-reDalnnir. AND
; eta railroad and All Kind of General BepairinK. Collections promptly remitte on day ot
a lawyer, one a man
1 receipt. Draft bought and Mold on the principal
r IT is CLAIMED that, with proper one a farmer, so they surely represent Shop on Alky near the Railway. 7-10-tf cities of the United States. 10-29-96

I l cultivation our sand land even, .will the parties mostly interested in DistilledRefrigeretors WaterJ
e BARBER SHOP
z._ raise twenty to twenty-Ore tons ol such a commission and ought to ,be _, 1FAGNOLIA .
J. W. ERICKSON
,sugarcane/ to the acre and that able to do as much for the shipperas B. B. BH.OWN, Proprietor. -.
6 DKAL1B IS O
Florida cane juice is richer than that the law allows and still do justiceto

of Cuba, and consequently worth the railroads. It will probably Fine Work by a Firste'a&s BarberShop SEWING Repairing done and MACHINES.jnrantee4. Machines Ice Chestst Freezers and

more. It will make Rood syrup anyway bo some little time before they get on Olive street two doors aorta to Rent or Sold on installments ,
i ot The Sun office. j-28-tf.: Needles and Attachments Always on Hand.
and we would like to have some down. to word in a regular way and I Store South Side of Clematis: Avenue, First
{ Door West of Railroad Way. t-tf. later Coolers.
i of our land owners put out 'a 'patchof all comment will be reserved until !I "
SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP....
cane and tee what can be done we see what they attempt to do-

with it. It would be well to try both By their work ye shall know them. I Class JOHNSON Tonsorial&work.GEAURIDEAU rVSatittfaction ,.Pnp'rs.First West E. H.DIflC, FACTORIES

sand and muck lands for comparison. Guaranteed *
.
.
S )([:oi'L HOTEL BLOCK.W Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
If the results of the experiments st Palm Beach. Florida. Palm
A FEW OP OCB .
are furnished ns we will promise pineapple growers 12.17.76.

to publish them be they favorable have set out fruit trees amongst the 'Jan m

or unfavorable, for we want to pineapples. This is a very good Beach
know what cannot as well as ",'bat *r
idea, for the _trees get worked

can, be grown in this.*. vicinity. every time the pines do, so the coatis Subscribe e for The SE Drug

comparatively nothing and by the

'TBEBE WAS 'SOME eight inches of time the pines are run out the fruit --Store. DO NOT FORGET......

j : rain fell.in about. twenty-four, hours trees will be nearly, if not already, I

flaring tbe storm of Sunday before in bearing and a crop of fruit of al> Russell. & Co.

last and yet but little damage has most any kind will pay nearly as .HOTEL> The PalmsNow -DEALERS !N- ,

been reported and some of that was well as the pines. Besides that, the w.wwww

caused by the wind. A walk over ground between the trees can be re wy DRUGGISTSiWE

a the day after the storm Opta For Winter Travel :
the country planted to pines or a crop of cowpeas Drugs Toilet Articles

showed no signs of any such rainfall or sweet potatoes can be ,

I ,a and the ground did not look any grown there for one or two seasons All Modern Improvements, Electric CABBY A FULL LINE OF

damper than it generally does after without injuring the trees-in fail, Bells, Baths,,Etc. Fine '
shower. There is no Stationery'and 5 flW} Suubies $JM rtic1iS
ordinary ,
any the cultivation of the soil would $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.

1 other where place so much in rain the could United have States fallen probably benefit the trees. It would Address....' Sundries. perfumes and ate.nt ciledicin

and left so few traces behind, to say be a good plan for all pineapple "THE PALMS" Druggist

nothing of the damage it would growers to,set out trees amongst A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies.

have done elsewhere. Florida, sand their pines for-if woulg undoubted 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida. PrescriptionsCarefnUy CompoundedEast

fall will OD.absorb it and any receive and all nothing rains that bot be a paying' investment and cost but Coast Business Solicited. Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service. _

little to carry it out. Try THE SUN for Job Work TOT .
benefit from them.. PAUl PEACH: G-l'D6.( 11.97
Masonic Block West Palm Beach]

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MARRIAGE BROKERS.fehateWoa _People In general Cheap Labor.,cannot understand I E- CRU'.BER _:rn .rLERotT.fatidw e .. ---

I'M la M Znpwteat Fcnoa I* the doings of a student of nature. Ealecially ] ..... ';-
a :New York Colony.la quite Ignorant perms are apt ,

wandering throagh the east ride to conclude: when told that the objects and crkey:
recently I learned that the chatchen is of ha search are ,fossils or minerals, :

an Important and busy functionary in that under this explanation is concealed ,- -. .> ':', Glassware;I.IDlpl41I4 taDteI1llo '
that quarter. The sage who long time the purpose of securing some ,buried to \ '
ago observed that marriages were madein treasure, for that is the only thing that All Kinds of Boat Goods.
beaten evidently knew nothing about would induce them to dig. Mr. A. L. Store,Tinware,Doors,Saab and Blinds:
;
toil matchmaking official! who exercises Adams relates an amusing instance of c".LLEO no W All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods,
his wiles by day and by night in this reasoning. Quick Meal Gasoline StDgeL Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stores. .
tho teeming Hebrew colony here. The While excavating a large cavern on Harrison Broa.'Ready Mixed Psfuts.Tinshop .
ia connection witti.3tore..
chatchea is a man of middle age, snare the southern coast of Malta we had duga *
and well dressed, who promotes mar* trench in the aoil on its floor some six Large Galvanized Tanks a Specialty.
triaged fie works on strictly business feet in depth in quest of organic remains Contract taken anywhere In the County for Tin Hoofing,Guttering
numbing,Etc 'i*
principles and"don't bother his head # :
The natives in the vicinity ,
about Cupid or that peculiar sentiment heAring of our presence, came in num

called love Ha is a diplomat with a belt daily to witness the proceedings", . . .t. .
Tinting But longer than the most popa- interrogating the workmen with reference =
Jar woman of the FOOT Hundred. He to the object of our researches, of TICKETS U.D. HENDRIOKSO :
belongs to no end of lodges and orders 'which the workmen were about as ignorant .
and speedily makes it his bndnecsto themselves.One -
as
know all about the families of his mar afternoon three stalwart fellows ...TO... General Merchandise.

ried friends He also acquaints himself paid us a visit and while they sat on JOINTS
with the monetary worth of paterfamilias the heap of dirt staring down into the ,

and if the latter bas any marriageable dark ditch below I dropped a Spanish '-AT- : Wholesale Oils .. ,
sons or daughters he gets in his doUaron a shovelful of earth and the ... Salt Groceries amW1 O ,
Gasolines 76 and 86. i1.
work, first by,delicate insinuation and I next moment it lay with the soil on '<
soon more openly. the heap. Picking It up in a careless ; Ticket Agency, ; I

The Bchatchen has a neatly engravedcard manner, I pat it into our luncheon bag W. Bay St. Cor.Began. Eats Caps Sloes Dry Goods Sees Ms -:
which announces his business, and i and a few minutes afterward our friends. :
this he distributes liberally. Healao disappeared muttering to one another. JaeksorwLUs,Fioridsu ..
believes advertising, and fak card is aa they wentGreat .1 . . . .@:! SemI Machine ))1std are,
conspicuously displayed ia all the Yiddish I was oar amusement the next
new papen. Be brings young cou morning to find that our trench had : ;: : Agent for Mapea'and Williams t Clarks
plea together and if a marriage ensues been carried fully four feet elow the C STOCXTON, President. Fertilizer.- .
be pockets commissions from both sides. level we had gained on the previous D. KNIGHT Vice-president Anti-Friction Iron Marine ;
Railway
If the bride's father gives her a dot of evening. Not only that several other P. DBNHAJJ, Cashier.
taG, the achatohen pockets "O. He excellent sections of the floor had been D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. For Boat 75 Feet iq length and Under. ,.,

also strikes the bridegroom for 10 percent made by the natives in expectation of Steamers __
bat is frequently compelled to finding buried treasure.-Youth's Com-
compromise on 8H* Be often has a panion. "Lake Worth, and "Gladys"o', .
dozen irons in the fire at one time, and, ional Bank of On Lake Worth.
In the vernacular of the sport plays off LoKdoa Barber Shopa. .0; .

c against the other. Sometimes he An interesting feature the_ .east end Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth! and Jacksonville.:.
- bums his fingers as be not infrequently barber shops is the rack of pigeonholes I
plays a leading role in the civil courts, filled with shaving mugs,'each bearing, State of FloridaTRANSACTS :Free Delivery Boat on take Worth.
but he fills a unique place in polyglot usually in German text, the name of Lake Worth, Florida.
.1 Gotham and has been the means of the owner. The shaving mug is evidently 3.L98 #"
1 making any number of bas.bful'YOuD8 esteemed a valuable advertising medium

people happy for spot cash.-New York. ior many a mug bears, in adli- A--, '. '
Letter in Pittsbnrg Dispatch. lion to the owner's name, some emblemof

AND GOG. his his mug business.the picture The of undertaker a richly appointed puts on BANKING BUSINESS. T V. CASHEN

hearse with all the proper trappings .
-furious*Tradition) Kalatlng to These TwoVaJkMia of woe. The butcher decorates his mug

GlmaU. with shoulders' of mutton, pigs' heads
Who were Gog and Magog English and linked sausages. The dentist displays of Bankers-"' .Manufacturer of and Dealer in,
it tradition, says that they were the last of the traditional double row of annoyingly -
a race of giants. who infested England perfect teeth. The fireman's 'Manufacturers

until they were destroyed by some of mug bears the illuminated picture of a Individuals solicited...
F the Trojans who went to the British Ire engine. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
idles after the dectructian of Troy Clog Vain and handsome men adorn their

and Magog it is said, were taken cap sups with photographs of themselves. ail 8nipln $$190 OOO. .
R tine London, where they were chained Others place beneath their names some i.
sae{ at the door of the palace of the king. Inscription sentiment from the poetsor flnd Timber.

When they died, wooden images of the an old German rhyme of good drafts to all the princi- .
our own
r r two giants were pat In their places. In cheer. A child' photograph occasion. .
the course of time a great fire destroyed ally on, a shaving and es in Great Britain, Holland,
these, but now, if yon go to London, now and appears then a coat of arms mug is emblazoned France, SwireslanItaly, Mouldings.rUled Work.: Fee,Scroll Work Pickets.Lift Drags Mi Yigetrile Crates .
I you will see in the great call of one of above tho owner's name, for Portugal and Germany. ; -

the famous buildings-the Guildhall- coats of arms are as abundant in the Jacksonville Florida. 1-2397
: two immense wooden effigies of men, east end as elsewhere in town. Sometimes Florida ,

called Qog and Magog. it is a national coat of arms German .
But there are other traditions of the Austrian, Swiss or Italian, displayed -
two giants. One is to the effect that | in honor of the deserted father .
when Alexander the Great overran Asia, land.Pearson' Weekly.like Peacock Inn
be chased into the mountains of the Tho Sonthern Fuel and Supply Company
' north an impure wicked and man eat- a Boy. -LOCATED ON- ,
ing people who were 23 nations number The eon of a down town merchant t'M
and who were shut up with a ram was found crying when his father returned BISGAYFG SAY -Whol"" Aid Betell Dealers Jn-s,
part in which were gates of braes One home last night as that gentleman "
of these nations was Goth and another told a reporter this morning. miles south of Miami. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime: Gem
,
Magoth, from which we readily get the "What's the matter, Tommy?" asked!\ oldest and largest Ho- .

names of the mythical giants. It 18 sup- the merchant. on the Bay. Direct ent and Laths.
poeed, however, that the Turks were "I had a fight with Charlie," was and Steamer con Shingles
meant by Gag and the Mongols were the tearful reply.
the children of Magog. We shall find, "Well yon ought not to fight It with Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Briek.
: ,
e mention made of Gog and Magog in served you right to get whipped, I EEAC&I,
1 i many books including the Bible, but guess," said the father. ,--.
there is the great wall and the rampart "But I didn't get licked. I licked daily Steamer and .
of Gog and Magog whatever may him," sobbed the boy. connection with

have been the fact that gave the names "Well what are you crying; about ....... Office 408 West Bay Street_ ;:
of the two giants to that portion of the then?" __MIAMI. .

- structure=Noah Brooks in St. Nicholas. "Why, if I had let him lick me he Jacksonville Florida..
couldn't hurt And I never thought $2.00 per day and ap iard. 1-28-97 -- ,

about that so now I have to fight his
Xapolettft Ctmrtk la CaemopoUtaoJi PEACOCK& SON
Propr's.
big brother, about my eize, and I can --
ordered
Napoleon Mannont. in
'F case lick him and I'm going t.o. because I'm
Blucher should resume the offensive to mad at him. Then I've got to fight the GROVE, PLA
Paris Florida East Coast
abandon and hasten to Chalons. biggest brother, and he's three sizes bigger tf. Ry.
This was not a sudden decision. The .
than me, and won't I catch its"And
contingency had been mentioned in a Tommy refused to be comforted.- TIM'T.bl.l/s.1-1. Effert April u. 1897.SOUT 9'
letter of Feb. 8 to Joseph, and again ,
Star. -
Washington
from Reims emphatic injunctions to .S.HACKER & SON BOCJtf (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
'
keep the empress and the king of Rome They Wen All Ixwera. ._.Nobt 0 NoM 6TATION8. o oa9 3
from -falling into Austrian hands were "011.1 wonder whose thisis .. LV...... JaokaoaTUleuv .r 6iip 810a .. L
pocketbook ... ...
i9 169. r. : i. Augsun..Lv. 196,{ TOM
issued to the same correspondent "Do ?" said a man, stooping down and .... IDS* ,. !..!."..aH. Anftutlii i.'r...Ar. 5Z p .
not abandon son," the ........ HatuoM. 44ip4a
"and my remember that emperor I would lacking a wallet out of the gutter. ..1 .. ..1. ...... .......EaftPaiaua,....... i) ........ ..
pleaded, Immediately a crowd gathered. ... Its..... .. .. Ar..raUtka..Lr. 42ip456p ,....
rather see him in the Seine than in the "Who lost ?" he asked. ..... .. ... .... Lr.... ...r. ... .... .. ..
hands of the enemies of France. The a pocketbook ......U .... Ar......... an Hafeo.........I* JlOj, .
"About 10 out. of a crowd of 20 immediately LiV..MSaii JlaieyM..ALT.Onnood.
{ fate of Astanyaz prisoner to the Greeks said ..... 58p Ar.> a .. ...
and that
spoke up they I ...... .. ....
baa always seemed to me the 1Whap- had been so unfortunate. I ... ., .. .....
t pleat in history." In this ultimate decision i .. .
"Then what kind of one is it? asked ..... .. .. .... .
Napoleon showed how cosmopolitan the finder of tho man nearest him. 2&2a ..,. .... TttouviUeOt .... 12 55p..2.. I I1.p .
.; he had grown. He had forgotten, A detailed description followed, and .. ....... / Point......... .. .
*?'P Cocoa...........
if he ever understood, the extreme centralization still another and another but the real s ..Boeklsdwaanui. ... .
-> of France. He should have 8sp. ... .. ........ 11 .
: owner did not materialize."It's ? OF / .. .., ...* ...... II .... ..... .. ...
known that Paris the head of the
. lost a funny thing. finally said the / i1 .....
_: country was gone and that the dwarfed .... Slop Rn.elaad .... 10 i3a r
limbs could man who had found the pocketbook .... t lap ..... .......firbantlaa ........ 1US-W Nov..!
develop little or no national "that there _should be so many people Sash .. a .St.Loans ..... ..
> ._ Pieree........ ... S
vitality.-"Life of Napoleon, by Pro- hero together who had lost pocketbooka." t O .s. fort 18 lOp

.( Lessor W. M. Sloane, in Century.A Louisville Commercial Blinds, ., ...
a ..... ....dtnart........ ,iw 11Yp
Mouldings 101.. f... M ..........Altcia.........*. .. .. r 9p
Bemarkatle fortreM. The Way Out of It. .;.... ?91P ... ... iia ........BoUgoBBd........ tlJ* .. 1 t
In the northern part of Madagascar A hater of tobacco once asked an old -AMP-- ...... 754 5b85 ....... ic., Japiter. .... a iJa' .. .:....17 ...... 1 011. .... ....Rinera ..... ts* .... ....11184
is the moat remarkable natural fortress negress who was addicted to the pipe Material ...... S I0r U 0 0a Af....Watt Palm Biioli ...1 Ttta!... .. .. 10 a*
In the world. It is occupied by a wild if she thought she was a Christian ...... S lap ., I4flp+ ...Uatoa... ......> $4l'.... .,... Site
S. C. .I ,. 9Sp ..fort Uaderdala.... 1S .... t lea
tribe who call themselves the peopleof "I specta I is," was her reply. CHARLESTON, 10. 106>p ;......X* no aty.... a 6.1UA
the rocks. The fortress is a lofty "Do you expect to go to heaven?" FACTORY SOUTH. 1/ 10 alp Ar. ......Ktimi .. .. :Lv. a .. .. 1 IOa

and precipitous rook of enormous size, Tea, indoedy." ',. :* W.lUUNCH.. I Traiai 0.8S. :9f ud \1, betwe.a Jade
' 1,000 feet high and 8 square miles in "But the Bible says nothing unclean Send for Prices. b :nON8.-- Ka.1. w1 oavUle Treta'aa wi St.!*.Attjnirtaadall/uses aUaaa aaA. fort
: area Its sides are so steep that it cannot I shall enter there Now, the breath of a I .. TuS gyp ieroe daily,ei >.9Sondar..
NO.a.INe.I-, a".Ly.l .
: be climbed without artificial means. smoker is unclean What do you say to $p a llip Trai 24, banreea Tort Pierce sad 1
.. i >Kp Hlaral dell/,exornt KaaiUr.
: Within it is hollow, and the only entrance that?" Spanish andPineapple & pry.....Lv. liig lap Trains* and W aoatk of 8k Aoru-
J is by a subterranean passage. "Well I reckon I leave m' bref be- { u..dally e>e.ii>8tt dar. i
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hin' when I enters dar."Washington
Tk. BUcaat/ .-1fteaI gtoai..
.. OntelMaed.Jayson Times. _

either, kills-They or cures say Dr. Brimstone Glue. 'CITY OF KEY WEST." x1s

: Bayson-My butcher goes him one In making glue break the sheets into gpot.tsd..tutor.5.,tesse folloni i .
better.JaysonHow's. small pieces cover them with strong and Suckers
, vinegar and let them soak a few hours. Lan KIAKIU, A p...Wadaaadaya sad SatordaTa.ArriT .
that
Then heat to boiling. When the glue ,of the Following Varieties,via .EET WEST 1.00 p. ..Tknrwlaji and Sondaja
Ha
i Bjjnen- does both.Washington Porto Rico
Jkaea becomes cold, it should be like a jelly. Liars BY Wt8T I'II.l .TuadayasadPrldays.
i, When the glue is to be used the vessel Smooth Cayenne, .Ani.YIAY11B5..as..Wednesdays and Satexda/a. e
Glowworms are much more brilliant containing it should be placed in a dish Egyptian Queen, 1..DJAwcrtlo JT.D.EAHVKB
when Tit dorm is coming on than atthe' of boiling water to soften the glue. Queen, Golden Queen, 1'ra11a YMMW AM" GeD. .tpL"

seasons. Like many other mysteries Wbith Ant gne. Auk hOobudded I
of nature, this curious circumstance The wheat of southern countries contains Pernambuco. T.
has never been explained. more albuminoids than that grown Enville.
in temperate or northern zones and Trees
delivery can be mad part of the o
l In 1885 there was a fire in Constant hence is better suited for the manufacture this Plantation baring"been picked
tisopla which destroyed a.800 buildings, of macaroni. Apply to ,

'hops and bazaars. MATTHAMS, Also fancy Mangoes, Cretan and everything in the Nursery: line.

The first stereotyping' wu done }jn' are In which 1828 destroyed Havana was 35PbgttB: desolated? i9 by the a !1: Aorldl PiaeaPfJle CospHT John B Beach West, Palm Beach,, Flao dae

1811 L'! ; ,ten gaart r vt the city,. I > Qf Wes Palm Beach, ,,FU. > ,

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Ladles Shoes latest
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DEPARTMENT pu1 Aft!) FACTS. Prof.Frank Idner will give a Rede- Be Ton Want Coo reduced prices at Sirkia's j ___ It
! IJNTON phone Concert at the K. of P. Hall tonight III >
L the! : ttDpitu{ inn Witty Sayings' t.lI.p..s.d With from 8 to 10 p. m. Admission 25 From Editor1 sb1dy..Har er!- Magl.

BUSINESS: DISECTOKY.: Business SU5Jalna.I cents for grown-ups, and 15 cents for rifle for May:' It is often said, that the .

I I children. i want better newspapers -
American people AvenutSupply _
Dentist wilt leave Clematis ;
Dr.J/A.
"SPOT CASH STORK"Dealt in General MeT i Pngh believe I wonder if this is
I
"He's anti-corporation man have ""
r i WEST PALM ,BEACH. FLORIDA. chandise. Good Goods, Low Prices. U. J. August rat, to be gone three months. "Hardly.an He aa director: in two or three i than they may -
Great reduction on all work until then. 1 In Intelligent circle you
Gale Proprietor C-wMdnCord, ManagerWMBEK .. ,big concerns. so. any Store1_
I Very best work, neat..and* clean operation .KCWB.Yea, but in politics, i mean."Detroit happen to drop Into, the common talkis <

GUY, I. 1IMETCALF LATH AND SHUfGLES-At Rod -Call at once- 6-3-tf < about the depravity and nntrnstworth-

4 _- EDITOR AND MANAGER. Bottom Prices.WW..Blackraer,AgenU "What"For a graduation does Mary want frock.this" hundred for' Budded Orange Trees. mesa of the newspapers. *' :: -West Palm 1t4___

g W.CnAYMAiDea1a In Dry Goods Notions. "What'the object of her essay*" 500 choice budded orange and other Why is it that the most sensational, J. D. MA THI3 Pprn.S.ccuwtaBraaalii.Bekery.ad .

YEARLY'SUBSCRIPTION Stationery,Cigars and Tobacco. Agent for "Economy in dres ."-CleveIand Plain Dealer Citrus trees, leading kinds. Also Palms, most hideous typo

$2 The Hew York Clothing Store and flowering plants.. Priceliston nepapers.the_ eo ..__, '''A' ( {
Roses ,
W>
Trunks at & Miller's.'My WOK
_ Anthony graphical1yand pictorially
application.-, LiHATcH.50.19ti have the My Motto-"Quick Sale and SatiJL J
wife U a most original woman" said City Point Fla. pander most to the lowest taste

LQTOS LOCALS. Brown. "\\1,,,, when I.proponed to' her, mstfad largest circulation? Why is it that a Bakery Goods and ?
of Myi..g. This U ao .uddt@ she said. under-
.5. Well, I think it'. about thne.UarpcYsBaser. paId."You" poor Mhoolma'amt are woefully sober clean and self-respecting journal Groceries :;

I L. B.Taster went to Miami Monday : Oh.I don't know. I have takes enough which is studious not to- print. lies and Family

evening. __ The place to get your fine, fat, Spring chewing me three gum years away,'Indianapolis from. the children Journal.to last does not Indulge in fakes, has comparatively .....My Spec-- .:

h<' Chickens is at J. F. Olivet's.MisaSpiuster1 the smaller circulation? '

Messrs. Chard. Milburn and McLeod of Goods delivered free to any]
think it impolite for a continued exposure
very is it that
' ro AMONG OUR CHUBCHES. have gone south prospecting .. gentleman to throw a kiss to a lady. County School Board Proceeding Why continuesto .of the City or across the Laiin ..
I > t!' Mist Klippmii-So do I., He should deliver It the character of such a paper-
; Gives IX ,
Orders Prompt .
IL ,,"., 1 ... in person.-Ohio.5tate JournaL.Watch '" lImn ,.
! : IT-- Time and Place of Services,' Special Geo.Brown, who has been at Pompano Regular meeting of School Board swell its sales? These are pretty Goods First-Class and Freslu Ef ,

t; months is back at Ian- Repairing at Anthong Bros. 4-8 questions for the American people to prices paid for country ]pied
i- :: Notices, Week-Day and Sun the past "wo held June 8th at 2:30 p. m. in the schoolhouse

-L day Meetings.Eplsaopat ton again. _______ Knocked-Ont Pugilist (faintly)-Wuz me at West Palm Beach. Present answer. uy of me and wuisaveysu. moaqiWhiadens
' '; wife in tie gallery? Are yer sure? In this country the opportunity for "
?-: : '_ .
'S.p Bottle-Halder-Tes:why W. L. Widmeyer. J. W., Jackson
:,: Suvlees. Messrs. Sterling & Russell are build- Knocked-Out Pugilist-Are :you sure dat It W., Comstock starting a newspaper is so great that the =
Comstock.
and W. J. I
: ing a large addition on the rear of their wnzn't her flat was in de ring wid me? Judge. 1. is tremendious. It reduces the
V rivalry
in of Mr. '
acting as Secretary the place :
bj l- ErTSCOr Al. CKtlJlca-Brlhesda.by-the-Sea. store building._ Musical Instruments and Strings at price. Now there is not hardly a news- -
in teachers
who is ex Marl
Merritt engaged
% :s-= REV.J. N. MCLPORD: Rector. Willie Blackmer, who has been clerk. Idner & Son's. the Pioneer lewele amination. Minutes of last meetingread paper printed that it does not cost moreto ..
IXT.L. Fm-J AMES HUSDRT,Ass't Minister. -
C ?/0- Will be open during the Summer Service ing for C. W. McCord the past Winter, ney.English."You Ton don't Know.-'Owl"really like'ngging! said,the then cock?" and approved.The produce than it Is sold its for advertising and the, h Prepared to Suppi/c

;f: very Sunday moraine at 11 o'clock. A launch has gone to Pompano where he will try "Well" she confessed "I eawn't really say Superintendent submitted the paper Is dependent upon
,0, will run regularly in connection, tearing West that I dislike it, do>u't you know but I 'ave bal- and its advertising depends greatly upon with"- :
;::; his hand at gardening.W. ways hunderstood that it was 'armful practice. following report: AH the achools are you
;:'" Palm Beach dock is P*
city at 10-30 Fare for the ."Somemlle Journal. its circulation. The sole effort then
;;. Toonil trip, 10 cents. closed and reports are in. In most of
:to.', W. Blackmer left Tuesday mom Instructions given in photography. in the schools the attendance has been fair. to get circulation; and no matter what Goad Meats at UYing Fdsi!l

{ hOT1lE1BooD OF ST. AlDuw.-llem on ing to attend the annual meeting of N. all its branches at Hand's Studio. ly good, but not as good as it should sort of circulation. It is the. reckless

t',, th* Second ind Fourth Wednesday of each Ry. P. C. Ass'n which will be held in *What is experience. Uncle Torn have been., It is to be hoped that and smart newspaper that pleases most } Cres. [ or It, : w.

montn. I, r.HISDRY,Director. Philadelphia on June 16th. Mr. Black -Experience? It is what we learn from wanting Ifs newspaper by any sensational or S : ,
'f- : W. .ARUSTROSO, Jt, Seerctal'J.it everything w< don't get.andltl'ttiojf everything the patrons will see that the next year circulation 'Besf,
*. mer has been President of the Association we lon'ti. want."Louisville Louner makes a better showing.The even disreputable means can get. a' !'atlrgqn ;

the past four years. I Journal.P warrants Issued It gets plenty of advertising and ;: )
1 : |B.E. Chu i_b, South. following were '
I Negligee Shirts at Anthony & Millet's"She the of teachers: coins money. What are you going do aggs -
fot
': t' Service every Flnt and Third Sunday of "Captain Bill" was in port with the has become a very active temperance W. A. Hobbs payment, ., $40.00Amy about it? We are going to hope: that

{ :r. eat'k month,at 11 p. m. SundaychooLat Black Bess over Sunday. Monday he workera'l a sudden." people will become moral enough, clean Native Meats a special! f .
}: "Yes.shi punctured her tire on a broken -M. Mann 40.00R.
t 10* m.every Sunday In the Public School .
kit again for Key West accompaniedby refined
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> or
beer botlle.Truth.Are enough intelligent enough, :
.
t. i' Building. Everybody cordially Invited.REV. E. McDonald 50.00 Your Patronage Solicit
W. A. LOTDER Pastor. Dr. McLonghlin. They will pick upa .. enough to prefer a real newspaper and ana '
i your eyes weak or affected? Don'tthe Maude Gee 40.00 :
t ; load of turtles at the Hillsboro Inlet ___1__. .1.__ 1..... '.-6 .... ..t. T "6. -- ... ,,.* .it nanar in the .fobs_ TMincr :and the .. __1.e .. D.... n g .. 10i&rAIC"
uvs1-L u"'w, uu LY" .au.AU"', E. H. Collier 40-03 U'.MS ri'-4 -- r-r-' -- -- & uil uoujau g. 0
'i'F. where the Captain has 18 big feuown on with
optical expert test and fit them unclean.
; & a. p. Miss Carrie VanBuren _
4000Miss PALM:
: _ their backs. what they need. a.- 11.12 WEST BE '
r *p. Addie Lee Damon 40.00 f-
Secular eomnuuucaUou of Harmon
Suits half
and Pants at
Summer priceat
Conductor (to station master at Lonesome-
- J Lod&..No.lM.West Palm Beach Fla., will Miss Ann C. Singleton 40.00
THEY SAY-
i burstr W hy: did you flag this train I don't see Sirkin's, Seminole Block.,
At be held at TOO p. m. oa the Second and any passengers to get aboard. Mrs. Ceo. Lyman 40.00
t Fourth Wednesday of each month. Vbltlng That you should treat kindly the aged, Station Master(new to his responsibilities .._ _
Well.I culated might have some to let Warrant No. 359 went astray and No. -
will be of them. you 2
1 iF brethren are cordially Invited to attend. you soon one !
,tll.-Judge. F. OLIVERDEALER
-: J. F. LAMO.\D W.M. That it will to and think 360 was issued instead. No. 359 has Passenger Department. J.
I : N. E.COWL,See'y. 7796 pay you stop Boat building done right at home, in been recovered and is submitted to be -sa
! 'fi occasionally. the most approved manner good work The following circular has just been

i .h That McKinley might loan us the Cv: manship and at living prices. Call on destroyed. Respectfully submitted issued from the Passenger Department IN .' i
L it: Evening SU bodge. ]4o. 46, CapL A.,T. Rose. Z. T. MSRRITT, Supt J
ban situation if he has no use for it now; of the Florida East Coast Line ;
If: Knights of Pythias. Superintendents report accepted.
: % That it would be treated right and returned He-They tell me your husband Is a great ar Warrant No. 359 was destroyed by Commencing June I, 1897, bicyclesand

J., t' Meet every Friday Night at -30p.m.ltaadard I shortly in better order than when tist.SheThat he is He painted a picture of some baby carriages may be transportedfree t
Ume Visiting brothers order of the Board. F
cordia1lyID1' onion, for the last exhibition and they were so I r l I
j Castle Hall over Public School Building. received. natural that the committee put them on the John Beach, as a committee, appeared in baggage cars of the regular trains PalicYE0ocerL1 J .
GUY L MBTCAI.FC.C. too line,so that people wouldnt smell them.- before of the Florida East Coast Railway and
That the first three conditions of suc- Yonkers Statesman. the Board with a petition askingthe
1'I F. AaKsuolo,JL L of L &; S. ::1-", i branches.
in life Board to call a special election to c!
cess are a good father a good
Mrs. Moffatt still has a full line of fine
Provided That with regu.
mother and a good wife; Hats and Bonnets. decide whether school sub-district shall passenger 0>, CiStaplo
j r Toe Sponge In4ustrJ.I be formed. As the petition was not lar passage ticket travels on same train
That some succeed without any of these Borth*-And permitted him to kiss youl
you law'the and that Release Form P 518, be signed
!> conditions. 'thel-How was I to prevent it? His face was made out according to board 1
( ; The bill to encourage the artificial !so near mine you know. that I couldn't see could not act on it,. by owner and, further, that total weightof Provision :
,,". That bad roads is the last bloton what he was about-Boston Transcript
of great
within estimated
growth sponges the waters of G. S. Williams, W. L. Wade, J. E baggage, Including the

;- the State of Florida is a good one. Its our civilization. Umbrellas for wet weather.at Anthony Jones, J. A. Wanamaker, and t Bristol weight of bicycles and baby carlages

I passage would materially assist in the That in politics, the bigger the primaries & Miller's.SusanThat. Williams appeared before the Board is not in excess of free allowance. Regular 4

.- development the sponge industry. ,the smaller the boss. mortal I e\'euaw.Charlie Lazybones is the lowest asking for an appropriation'! build a Excess Baggage rates must be collected i

'. The bill may be briefly stated as giving That America's millionaires are not Delia-How deligutful it most be to kiss him. school house for the colored childrenof on all excess weight. I. First Class Bake& 3 ,

. : ,?-* proprietorship to persons owning land her masters and never will b-:. -Town Topics.. West Palm Beach., Bicycles and baby carriages must be ,

t' fronting on the waters of Florida to any VA. ..,,,.,,1. ....A 1AnrAlrv .rAnoirtncr ....Lroi& '. ." f naas.1 with_ _n..,._.._.._.'.. "!1m.. and flip_ ups.bb" ,-
n"J '-' n w --- -- -- .
That absolute authority is bad for i&Son me committee suonuttea plans lor a in Connection wan ine .iruceiy
: the old reliable firm of tination. '
in
sponges they may cultivate water not
building rather above the ordinary style I 1
either a party or a man., Jewelers.
-- more than one fathom in depth. In effect of school buildings but if the people of

: it extends the ownership of land so That the Kansas City onion trust is i Ga''nby suspect they've; gut a baby up at the raise 'additional .I FAMILY TRADE ; '
community can enough
i the strongest trust we have at present. NoriiV house- Subscribe for The Sun.
to include
as water than
not a
more V>adkioa-What ma1.esyou think that! money to put a house according "
fathom deep that would be included in That you should always be kind to daabr-Oh, nothing in particular, only I up ; r--- _, MY SPECiALTY
: haven heani him brag about hut dog for a dayor to the plans, the board will appropriate
an extension of the boundaries of the children, you was a child once yourself. two.-Boston TraiiscnpU $250.03.
; .
land. That some women would object to R. G. Lee &Co. have now opened a A Petition from J. P. Lees of- Lees- '---ON

!; The sponge industry is already one of i Gabriel's blowing his horn if it was full line of Dry Goods and Groceries in ville, applying for the establishment ofa '

some importance to Florida, its product washday.That their store in the SUN building, and ask school at that place has been referred LUMBER Store and BANYAN Q'i'

amounting to nearly{ oooio per annum. the trade to call and see their quality Bakery on Ui'Tourists'
At whether citizen if you keep your mouth shut you and price."Mamma. to the Superintendent to investigate. I.S .
present any person, a
will never eat crow. The appointment of teachers will be SHINGLES
of Florida or pot or even if not a citizen I know why angel babies is made I ,
That man is ninety cent water 'th wings." S postponed until after the teacher's examination -
of the United States, can engage in it. per "Wh,. Johnny'
The bill besides giving the persona the and yet the Prohibitionists are not "CaulC,'{ they get horned in a fam'ly where and certificate awarded. 'LATH ETC. .
happy. they don't like it they km flop up an' 2y; off" The following warrants were issued: 0
- right to cultivate sponges and protect Chicago Record

: them in their ownership under the con That there is one bar none of out attorneys dos.en East Coast Publishing Co., ad, $ 1.95 We can,make you Lowest Prices, Supplies:
Summer rates for babies -
$3.00 per P. rent .(2)
Mary Arrington, ) -
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ditions prescribed, also requires. of per.IOns seem anxious to practice at. at Hand's Studio. F. 0. B. your station .,. .
E. H. Dimick books
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14.23
not citizens of the United States the That some of the worst rogues look : Write us for anything you need in
In life he scorched and scorched ahead. W. L. Widmeyer milage and per

,payment of ,a license of $25.00 before the most innocent And And what laughed he did at when victims'he cnts.was dead diem 4.00 Building Material. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED/
in the business of
,I :1ishing.J engaging sponge That The Tropical Sun has the most We all cau well nurmUe. Town Topics. J. W. Jackson mileage and per Co. .

effect,on thin skinned people. diem ., Builders Supply .,
The waters of Florida offer vast resources 12.00
: Fine line Silk Club Ties at Anthony&
for Increasing the wealth of the That it will pay a great deal better to 'Mifler's.'Vhat J. WComstock, mileage and per St. Augustine, Florida.Lainhart&. -ADAMS'-

State. The sponge industry is capable can than to can't; do you do when you go home late at diem 2.30 -08.-

of vast developement, and the oyster industry That canning factories are preferableto yours night and find your wile silting up waitirg for C. W. Pierce, rent, (19)) 10.68 Potter,

I will be some day one of can'ting hypocrites.That Wish I haJn't gone S home.-Philadelphia i W. H. Cox, 10.68 1-28-97 West Palm Beach Fla. City 1VIatfket

the most important of Florida industries. becoming mother generally Press. Tropical Sun, ad 3.50

that the do for Hereafter J. D. Matbis will have a full Z. T. Merritt, salary, May 41.66 M EJT
;
Anything legislature can improves a wife. supply of grain and feed on hand at the If you eat ....
the of these of wealth J. C. Chandler, ferrying chilren 10.00: The Sun
i protection sources That Fred Butler now takes his Sunday Clematis Avenue Supply store to sell at Tropical you want good meat, and that
( for the benefit of the people of the State wholesale or retail at lowest cash prices Z. T. Merritt, postage 2.50 '
is the kind hand-
walks to the beach alone. always on
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.4iv..p him... a rail.. T. S. Earntan.. trees *
1 should be done.-Thites.Un ion.r -- J. -S ---- ----- 'I'-oJ
That when they to Georgia this I Native and Western
.ta go Meeting adjourned subject to call of ,
"They say a newspaper makes an excellent Job DepartmentPrints
'<:: Patronlz* Hom Merchants. summer, Gus,Anthony will be the band chest protector for wheelmen in Wloter., Superintendent Fresh and Smoked, ..
"Do button it inside coal1" ;
f -: and G. G. Strohm the procession.That you your J. W. COMSTOCK Acting Sec.
,
.No; you stay at home and read itChica. Salt and Pickle 4i
Patronize your home merchants, who go Record. Letter Heads
the crow of a rooster.don't tell
btS pay taxes help to support your churcher, his breedsThat Cooking utensils in agate-ware-best ITEMIZED RECEIPTS. Note Heads and none but the best ?:-

schools and other local institutions and in the the Pio- May 1,Balance on band..13,198 65 StatementsBusiness
,
marketatVeybrecbt's<<: A Clean Market and Polite Attention ..
k ;
a fish in-seine before C B Collins, Treasurer tax
gets
L : -- upon whom you depend for a great many neer Hardware Store.. Cards Mail orders Promptly Filled.
it dies. cert fund. __,. _.._ 5 00
: many necessities. Don't give your "Tomrty have toM you Cttain and again May 8, T J Hardee, taies._ ....??. 60199 Bill Heads The Old Stand-On Clematis Av
f money to fakirs, peddlers or any other That cabbage is better to eat than to hut not wait to speak nutil when they stop.older" persons are talking .. .* ..w polls 2300 And all kinds of Fine Stationery
West Palm Beach.
L Itinerant venders who get your money smoke. -I have tried that already mamma, but they TotaL___.-.;..--..3,830 64

and take it away to benefit some other That we use the burning poems sent never stop."-Chicago Recon Are You Supplied? "I 4-8tf GEO. S. ADAMS' M'gz

:- place, to the detrimeL. of your own. in by contributors to start our fire with. No need to send away from home for ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES.

Established resident dealers will sell any boats when Capt A. T. Rose canbuild Maude Gee,Teacher, Feb :7..--...... ..140 00
-I, That some women have to practice you one as fin.e or as cheap as yon Ann C Singleton March 15.__.... 40 00
yon everything as cheap asyon can.get it for and then don't learnit. want. See him and order. BKELSFORD
economy years place your Amy M Mann March IT_.._ 40 00 BROS:

1; anywhere and if it does not prove what Maude Gee, Teacher April 6..... _..... 40 00 ,
"Paw. little
it supposed to be they are here to Say paw Johnny" began. LFKldner, April 10...._...._ 4000
was ,
:. I That not believing a man is a good,reason Now, what do you want! asked his suffering ,
: make it good. Don't paycash to peripatetic I father with the emphasis on the "now." Amy M Mann April 13_ 4000
1 for doubting his word. "Mill my hair fall off when its ripe. like Mamie M May April 22._........ 4000
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sharpers, and then ask your That it is a wonder some women have yours?"-Cincinnati Enquirer. E H Collier April 30........._ 4000 Real l Estate. Illsul'auce.

I ,home dealers to hang you: up for what any mind left, they have so often given \VANTEI>-Two women for cooks and Mrs N I. Jackson, Teacher, April 80..... 4000 an n

' you bay ofthem.-Ex. their husbands a piece of it. general house work. Good wages paid Maude l. ee.TeaWer, April 80......._? 4000A
.5f for satisfactory workers. Address, C Ughtbourne,Jr, Teacher, April 80 40 00

\ No. Not For Money. That crows never crow and no one F. J. hI AGILL, Jupiter; Fla. W A H Hobbs Teacher, May 15._ 40 00
Carrie Van Bureu. May 26.__ Beael
knows the caws. 4000 palm/ ? Florida.P.
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Park.bby-Is your, son having good luck at co! K E McDonald. supplies. No 18, April 6 100E ,
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: One shrewd merchant asserts that That all married women are in favor I. lee Kenogjc** guess so He has not sent for L laboriIlllerlNeptpne..... ._..._ 895

there is no weapon so affective as "con- of home rule. an mui.er for ovtr three months.-:>ew iork A U Kamsej.bore Cocoa Plum. Apr 6 2 00 0. Building Ho
north of Poinciana etPROSPECTORS'
.: stancy," that a tiny rain drop will wear That some plays, instead of being rehearsed Sunday Journal. T N Gaut'er iuppllos,No 18, April 6... 65 ,

away a stone if it drops, all the while. should be buried. When in Jacksonville stop at- the Mrs Lucy Douthet. rent No 18, April 6 2000
Frank
: believes in spasmodic efforts Acme HoteL Rooms 50, 75 and $zbo Cortright hauling Riviera, 1 SO
His neighbor That no man can ever find a, spool of per day. Best Furnished hotel in the M B Neely,lumber for No 19..__... 76
: he will spend just as much but he red thread in his wife's work basket. : city. Good dining rooms in connection. L Ii'Hlndry, books for No 13 -___?_ 283
when he does adver J W Jackson mileage and perdlem _
makes things hum R. L. CHADWICK. 4-i-tf. 12 00 ....
tise and keeps still between w1 iles. That man that is born of woman, is i C 8 Smith rent Hobo SouHd___... 1190 S ANJJ.AL
few of days and full of microbes.. i ,kHe seems to take after his father," said the J W Comstock, mileage and per diem... 280Z
"Big space and occasionally, steady by visitor. T ..
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"I don t when there is apple dumplings, volunUeied ? -
:i Jerks is his motto; while his friend That the printer's business is picking up the little bog.- -He don't leave none Z T )Merritt salary for April.......__ 41 66 .INQUIRE -
of stability to take.-IudiaDapo. Journal. -
thinks there is a suggestion That the grunt of a hog wont! tell his Total.-.._....._.. ---........1327 05 Will
all-the-while affair" that a constant find THE TROPICAL SUN I
I. the weight: ,WANTED TO CONTRACT for 500 or 1,000 .

.; ad b a salesman who works days, cords 4 ft. wood, both lightwood and KECAHTUUTIOH loaded to the muzzle every week with
in and That philosophers can endure almost split pine, price $i.oo and $1.50
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RIghts and Sundays, ,year ; year anything I per cord f. o. b. cars within 40 miles of: Total receipts -.-...-....._....f 3,830 64 just the information they want.
wouldn't for a single day have ; Total ...
pat He 1 expenditures 62705
; West Palm Beach. AddressLakeWorth -: ';"'" Try it, and be convinced.
his or business left oitofthepa- That philosophers generally get mar Ice Works West Palm
name ,S Beach Balance on band May 31st_,.. $3,203 59 "
no, not for money. tied, I Florida. if. Z. T. HJEKRITT. SubgCrItjoh '
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