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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: July 8, 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
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System ID: UF00075915:00210
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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HERE AND THERE. were disposed of as follows: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE TOWN TOPICS. it stopped took one disgusted look and PERSONAL PICKINGS.

State fled howling with its tail between its
vs. George Zapf selling liquor, -

Scraps .f Newt This and That and on<6nnday; case continued to next term. : Interesting Items Gathered by Oil Scribe tacit Happening From Oar Note BIO.. ai'p I egs- and no one blames the dog. I topic as They Come and Go-Pe0e! Yea 1

Different Things State vs. Dave Singer ggravated assault -i Throughout; : the ConityCIIASGOXIA Other Soarces.Jas .. May It Hay Sot Ka".
; case continued to next term. I .> ;A lady friend of Mrs. S. C. Clow's in .

scarcein the :T.DeBerry was down the' first of Minneapolis, Minn., is* having two
Limes are market just. State vs. Lotenzo Blevins, fraudulent MUTTERISGS.Er .- '. Prof. J. F. Berk was np from Boynton *
now and not many coming in. removal of mortgaged property; jury this week'courting.T.j'Flood .. and a half acres of land cleared_.and ; on the' third assisting us to cele

disagreed and defendant discharged: on Root's boa is out on, Gale& .'.. .' : planted ont to pines on S. C. Clow's brate. '
'
6 The weather was a little showery Tuesday his own recognizance. W, I. Metcalf Co's. for repairs and re- spent) Sunday with his place just for, a trial investment. Thereis
ways necessary family'at his home in this Jos. Griffin, an engineer from MiamI,
and consequently somewhat cooler. conducted the defense. painting. city.Join not much doubts of its being a, success
,
... '
: J spent Saturday in tOWII'with his sister
I The civil cases were disposed of as a and if so may be the means of her .
Rule day was Monday but regular follows: Capt C. E. Merchant left last Fridayfor Livingston says he won't fire a investing and going into the business Mrs. Franklin Sheen.

session of County Court did not begin Gruber Grimes action in the Stl Lucie to resume his inn 'on sky-rocket off in his hand again, never 011 a larger scale.
vs replevin -
no never. William DeBerry wife and child left
______
till Tuesday. _______ ; jury found for plaintiff and awarded the steamer Lake Worth. .,. Charlie Miller end Gus Anthony Monday night for Miami where they

i Dr. C. J. Jackson Is having ten acres f 15 damages. W. I. Metcalf for plaintiff Will Poland'and wife (nee Miss Nel- The city council met on Tuesday packed their grips after dark last night will in future make their home. .
Robbins & Graham and G. G. Cur- night but routine business
grubbed and cleared ready for pines only was
up lie Gale) were up from Miami Saturday and this morning skipped out of town
,transacted.
rie for defendant. This has Grant
case acquired Postmaster and Fen
at Jupiter on North,River.... visiting friends on the point.A t.o join their fellow renegades somewhere Chapman ; ..
little notoriety in the local nell from Linton last .
90 were up Thursday
was down ; Itrickson. of this has between here and Georgia If the "
J'W. city been
E. Peterson front Juno Justice Court and the finding of the in of Fourth of
getting a supply July.
j fire in the woods on the east side of Sheriff and is boys don't keep together any closer than ,
appointed
to feed the Deputy now
Monday laying supplies Court in the of a'
County nature
was reo
i the track near platform B. 297 but nothing they smarted out,it will take a dozen
attendants on County Court. versal. acting, as_. such. Mrs. Julia). Tattle, of Miami, was np
damaged except the trees. i' ron-dad Georgia search-warrants to
-or- Gaulden vs. Reynolds & HulL assume '* to see the County Commissioners Moo-
io Dave down from There" is some prospects of a summer find them before the week is out.
Singer was Jacksonville sit verdict for the for
: plaintiff 185. Hendrickson day relative to her Assessments for
U. D. has his
big
Capt
= kintergarten started if sufficient .
being here .
attending court but his case was Hall vs. Thomas, action in unlawful thisyear.
_
schooner, the "Emily B.,1': out on the
encouragement is
offered.
postponed and he went home yesterday. detainer; verdict plaintiff; case will paint.The A Steamer Excursion on the Fifth.
to clean repair and '
ways Miss Ola
Jobason'and sister Carrie,
be appealed to Circuit Court. -
r The School Board Messrs. Kidder and Neidit will haveat of Miamis
met Wednesdaywith two charming daughters illuminated
Nelson vs. Frank in assumsit; verdictfor Mary B. arrived from Jacksonville The steamer Gladys gaily decorated
a full attendance and a great deal in least live acres in pines before the our celebration by their
plaintiff the -
sumpf 65. with bunting, came down to the city presence
with a full load on Monday and is close ,
of the season for
of business Read the jut a starter. here third.
to transact. Among the jurymen gi duty for the discharging cargo at ,the Lake Worth Monday and took quite a party onboard on the

official report in this issue. term were E. M. Brelsford and Wilford Store. tor an excursion oa the Lake.
______ JjevenJ of our business men and sever '
T. Hardee Tax
Capt. J. our County
Porter, of Palm Beach; L. E. Bradley, The party consisted of Postmaster J.e. .
The steamer' Denny was down from of Lantana; J. II. Dick of Man onia; Thebulk'*of the pines having 4 been al others not in business have visited J. Stowers and wife; Councilman A. S. Collector,Was np from home Monday ,
the canal after supplies again Monday. Juno[ this week by special invitation on bis to Juno to to little bus.
see a
U way
Carl Schrebnick P. B. Ratcliffe of shipped, land. now being got readyfor Lamond and wife; W. H. Spitzer and

Work on the canal is reported as progressing West Palm Beach and E. J. Davis, of setting out the plants, as the acreage Messrs.. "Neidig, Comstock, Harneyand wife; Rev. L.P., Hindry mother and mess before taking his Georgia trip.

: very.satisfactorily. Sewall's Point will be considerably enlarged this sea. sister Miss E.* E- of
; Clark Daytona,
Hutchinson Jr., were, op from Mr:. L. Wolfe, of Miami a sister-in- J
Mangoes ire plentiful in the market The County Court is of decided benefitto SOl! _____ Stockport Monday to seethe boat race. aDd Charley Miller Miss Lola Ange- law of Mr. and Mrs. Max Sirkin, who 4

stow and at prices bringing them within Dade County whatever may be the... vine; Miss Grace Lainhart Miss Weath-
has
z Another fire started Sunday just southof been spending a few days in our
the reach of all. They are a fine fruit experience of other counties. Capt. E. T. Rose's and burned fiercelyfor MrsS. GtClow is having four ,more erford, of Key West; Elgin F. Curry G. city left Tuesday night for her home. '

well liked by the majority of people. .1. .-, awhile threatening" to destroy the acres,of land cleared on their place G. Curry and Bobo Dean. 2. F,Haines

4 Bicycle Races. sheds on Capt Rose's 'pinery, but by south- f town and win p 1lt'it out to r and his phonograph- alwacconrpanied T.J.: Slack, of Linton, Was m town

The weather was 'quite threatening pines, .the to' furnish amusement for
party ,
j same hard! work on the part of the employesthe Monday. He is traveling through the
Monday but not enough rain fell to lay The bicycle racer off .&;S. advertised fire was brought under control before them, and city marshal Ed. Graham pineapple region in the interest of a,

the dust. The wind however hauled a on the afternoon of the third but serious damage had been done. The Misses Clow were up from Sto k. went along as pilot. Western commission house at present.

% little to the north which cooled the air there was not as many entries es could any port Monday purposely to see their boat The party took in'all of the Lake as

some and together with the clouds, have deen desired in either the five or win but,'sad to say they were grievous- far south as Hypoluxo Island and as far Denny O'Neil was up from Fort Lauderdale -

ar made the day quite enjoyable. twenty-five mile races. Mrs.A. E. Heyser of Juno not beingin ly disappointed. l north as Sherman's Point, the only land. calling on his many friends in

In the five mile free,for-all race the the best of health has been, visitingat s' they made however, being at Reve this city Monday. He expects to takea
Tamarinds have been in the market her mother's, Mrs. V. O. Spencer's Miss M. A. Starck; of Malabar, spent !
only entries were Jesse F. Haines and ,d 'Etc where a few minutes were spent trip to Jacksonville before returning
e lately the most of them commg from John Stelzer, both of this city. The or the past week for a charge of air. the Fourth at G. W. Idner's arriving OD shore. home. .

the M. E. Spencer place but owing to race was won by Stelzer in 13 minutes Her son Stuart accompanies her the Friday night and leaving for her home I Dinner was served in the cabin onboard

': their acidity they do not find quite as 25 seconds which is the best time ever Judge remains At Juno attending to his Monday'mornag.( withAl. Hill as waiter who saw Miss Belle Earnest passed through 4

ready a sale as pawpaws, mangoes and made in this city and said to be within official duties' but is expected down H. Bert Yarborough formerly clerkat that every one was well supplied with town Satnsday her way to Juno to

such sweeter and more luscious fruit., 15 seconds of the fastest time made. later. Anthony & Miller's will be in"charge their share of the elegant repast which prove np on her homestead. J.'V. Com.
.SMonday's --
had been provided by the ladies for the stork and Louis Bradley accompanying I
In! the boy two mile,race the following -
of their Charlie Miller's
store during absence
$, c pt. L L. Elkins arrived up from occasion.It her as witnesses
entered: Marcus Frank, Asher Boat Raee. on his Georgia ...
Miami with twelve trip. time 'after dark
men Monday to got .. was some that the
Frank Carl Lauther Ad. Sanderson .
work up in the F. E. C. Ry. sand excursionists arrived home and T. Livingston Miami came up
For their satisfaction and everyone
pit north of Riviera. They will load Geo._Brice and Louis Burkbardt. own the Emile Anthony arrived in town Tuesday !- declared it was one of the most enjoyable to celebrate the 4th with his brother
Carl Lauther came out winner. amusement of themselves and friends, night and will) olj down the business -
sand for shipment to Miami where it Fourths they had ever spent John, who is in J. F.Oiver'utore. The t
will be used in filling in some low The last and most important race of the Owners of some of our fast sail boats chair in Anthony Bros. while brother and to be long remembered by all. boys both celebrated and for a* proof of

the the day was the 25 mile one for the got up a race Monday afternoon.The Gus is scrabbling np in Georgia. .. it look at John's hand. -
ground adjoining Royal Palms. '
of Dade course was from a stake boat
championship County
,
.- open Another Vegetable Crop. ,
It Dan Cosgrove after assisting the Mi- only to citizens of the County. Three I just out from the city dock to a stake Capt. E. H. Chase came up from Miami Rev. A. M. Fountaine came up from

ami team to bent our home club con. entries: .Harry Flood, of Miami and just out.from Capt. E. N. Dimick's on Saturday and will remain here fora Two or three times during the past Miami Saturday and held services in

tinned celebrating in the afternoon by Jesse F. Haines and ,John Stelzer: of the ,East Side then across to a stake while nursing a. sore foot which he season THE SUN has mentioned some St. Ann's church Sunday, leaving Mon.

calling at The Sun office and renewing this city. The men all got down to I just out from Potter's wharf and backto injured severely down there some three shipments egg plant from a small 'day for Tampa. He expects to be absent -

t" Jits subscription so as to get all the par. work from the start and kept it up welL; : the city wharf a distance of about a weeks ago by running a nail in it patch in the house garden of' Geo. A. a couple of months.

C ticnlars as to how they did it and what After going \yt miles Harry Flood mile and a half and jras sailed over Gale, at Mangonia and at our request ,
four times. The Fourth of July Sermon by Rev. Ed. DeBerry left the first of the week;
our boys think about done that withdrew Stelzer took a tumble and Mr. Gale has given THE SUN the followng -
being W. J.Cady at the Congregational church For visit his old North Carolina
way. Haines being too close behind to stop Four boats started the"Billow"sailedby figures: a to

took a header over him but they remounted E. H. Dimick; the "Martha" sailed last Sunday night: was both interestingand The garden is a piece of muck land home. He did not take his girl along

The County Commissioners were in and continued on. Soon by L. F. Harney;the"Drncie," sailed by patriotic and was greatly enjoyedby and the egg plant patch was 90 feet long but'promised to make it good by bring

1 session three days this week revising after Haines ran into a colored boy Guy'Clow and the "Pappoose,". sailed the large audience in attendance.Part and 65 feet wide and was worked and ing a sister (?))back with hint when he -

the assessment rolls of the County. who attempted to cross the street in by L. Holmes. fertilized along with the rest of the garden returns.

There was a full attendance of the front of him and took another tumble The time was as follows: hard of the Hardscrabble Club by so he cannot tell exactly the cost of I. I. Hardy and J. W. Dunn were np

Board Messrs. Tancre of Hobe Sound but again remounted. On the fifteenth STAKT. Fllll B. ACT'1.nl L scrabbling, managed to get off on this particular piece in the way of work From South Hypolnxo Wednesday to seethe
Billlow the train Monday, and some of the and fertilizer.
f, White of Lemon City Shone of Cocoa- mile Haines met with another accident 3-13-22 4-18-15 1-04-53 School Board relative to their g't-
Martha '3-14-10 4-19-08 1-04-58 others have since followed while one or .As the
soon as
"eggs" were big enough
nut Grove and Pitts and Lainhart of puncturing his tire. On the next roundhe Diucie ting school accommodations for their
1-04-58
4-1908
3-14-00 two still remain though they are scrab- .
to eat to them themselves
they begin use
Lake Worth being present. left the wheel at the shop mounteda Papoose 3-35.05 withdrawnNo children. We understand they wue
I hard
bling to get and than
away. having more they wantedfor
new wheel and continued on in the time allowance made. successful in their mission.
Capt. Hayden a retired United States their own use they sold quite a number -
race. After making nineteen and a The wind was light and none too I 'The of arrests for the week
Army officer has been appointed U. S. half miles Stelzer dropped out, Haines steady but the boats were well handled of crop past to parties on the Lake at good Geo. W. Idner returned home fi m
rejoicing was only one coloredman
Commissioner at Cocoanut Grove and being a mile and three quarters aheadof and did very well. The "Drucie" met for carrying concealed poor ,prices, of which no account was kept. the Nashville Exposition Monday ni.l.t

W. M. Featherly has been appointed to him at the time. Haines finished the with an accident that caused her to and he'was let out and weapons forfeit., The"eggs" soon become too numerous and will remain here. He says \\>-t
on bond
the same position at Miami and will enter to dispose of this way and then he Palm Beach is preferable to Nashvil'c,
race in I hour 19 minutes and 45 seconds make an' extra tark on her two last ed same, the city being the gainer 'financially -
their duties at began to ship to the Northern markets both as to climate and business! and i-e
I upon once, succeedingCapt. which was very. good time considering rounds which caused her to lose a little the transaction and .
A.R. Simmons and J.'W. Ewan all his mishaps. After endinghis time and possibly changed the result of else the worse by off. no one shippiug in all 5) crates for which he received knows as he has tried both:

S whose terms of office have expired. 113950 from which he netted
twenty-fifth-mile he made a half the race. '
about after H. Jeff Anthony came from Mirmi
mile around the for finish. this have ,challenged 170.00 deducting expensesfor np
spurt course a Believeing they again
and
Ceo. W. Allen President of the Nat- John Omweg wife arrived home crates picking, packing freight etc. Saturday took in the doings here that
The around of the and another
course was a couple winner race from their visit
"ional Bank of Key West and brother of Saturday to Yalaha. Outside of those sold they gave quitea day went to church as all good yoiugmen
city blocks making a distance of half a will probably be arranged for some no
the old
A. Allen of John reports home place as look. number and do on Sunday aDd left in
Dwight this when
has been to neighbors ,
place, away company
'V mile consequently it had to be gone distant day: in which all the boats that
appointed U. S. Collector of Customs at ing well and the grove as being again prices became too low to pay for shipping with G. G. Strohm for Titusville Monday n
around fifty times or the twenty-five participated Monday will be entered with a
Key West. This appointment isery bearing a probability of their ship- any more North he began: feeding where they expect to await the ar.
miles with four and
several that
corners to every round probably others are about boxes
ping 2,000 of oranges fromit chickens and rival of of the behind members'ofthe
satisfactory to his many friend in this them to the pigs. some
which is not the ideal track on whichto cracked up to be somewhat fast.
section. It is probable that,he will retain this season. He also says a great When the value of what was sold on I Hardscrabble Club who failed to
make extra fast_time
: Elgin F. Cnrry- s his deputy at this many people have their heart set on the the Lake and what was fed to the fowl catch the same train.
The wheels rode Haines both
by were
East Coast and will
f port as we know of no good reason :or probably be here I and stock is taken into consideration it
24)2 pound Cleveland's. A new and John Omweg and wife of West Palm before I
f" Mr. Carry's removal. long. I is that this would for all Miss Evelyn E. Clark returned from
probable
II pay
wheel that he had ordered have been
lighter espec- Beach visiting their mother I '
her Miami visit last and
week
was again
labor and fertilizer the
.. ially for the races did not arrive until and brother here for two weeks. They W. C. Day and his mustache have put on patch the of
Coast Ca.Court leaving the net returns from what was guest Mrs. J. C. Stowers until
Report Saturday night. will leave to-morrow. Mr. Omweg is parted Whether the wind
company. this morning, when she left for her Day-
sold North as clear to
I _e_ Harry Flood holds the one mile cham- foreman of Zapf's cigar factory and an blew it off or the fireworks scorched it profit, say nothing
Jona home being-escorted enroute by
about those used at home and
, Tuesday County Court convened with still but there is talk of bicycle He is much given to I
t pionship a expert cigar-maker. pleased off Saturday he has not said. Possibly neighbors.As I the Infant Prodigy attachment of the

i Judge A. E. ,fleyser presiding:, County meet before long when races of with George Omweg's fine hammock he sent it home to spend the Fourth. the piece contained a little over Hardscrabble Club accompanied by the

Attorney,R. Taylor and Clerk' Quim- all distances from one to twentyfivemiles place. The latter's faith in the profitableness Sunday he remained in the house aU one-seventh of an acre this would give Club Band. Miss Clark i< a very estimable !

1 by present. will be run, and riders from all of the orange industry here is day getting reconciled to his loss and an averag of, nearly $490.00 an acre' young lady and her many friends '
All the attorneys of the County bar the County take part. The greatest unshaken. He has the best varietiesof Monday morning he came down to the I in
1 lover These facts and figures were given us by would like to see her often and are.
i were present and. interested in cases on trouble at present is to .find a proper citrus fruits and numbers of rare I shop to open up and, feed his dog. He Mr. Gale himself and he is ready and hopes that she may be induced to eventually -
the docket. I track in.fit condition ou which to hold tropical fruits.-Yalaha correspondent called the canine to him and it came
become resident of
,willing to give any farther information I a our thriving
, The criminal cases before the Court such races in Jacksonville Citizen, I running, but the_minute it saw tits /ape desired a -,.I". little city. '


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: tU' KwtUfo KUtt .fxJ a4vba'al J. D. MATHIS, Proprietor. 5 ,

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lit .""IfItkMlfo ''It '0' IJIH .Wit nn4rlbraf 'mwll"t4 IQIIJ! x/i/itjt In the 6LACK8HITH AND WHEELWRIGHT.
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'n/lll/tfd of, tJjt'JUr Nebrods: la. Hnt them> from w11'lny,IiI"t fA H"r1=ILla fiI" "tIIJ Alky scar lb. HM/way. ,7.lbdl E.I1.DIMICK, ,

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but' f to '''11'11' fir fehrhkrs' rAMm will Mom >xi t"cat.4 star Albany, _
jlt., *'//! hat wbfcb t>rorx/r* to tet D, B, B&oww, Proprietor
fltnfa' snort fllltJu..tJ' : n'Iiv tic nu M'/tale I will all U in little

; s'slrutifh' f'I'i tWf Will k, trots It 1sholamJ '1"'/ tbta an '",, "r'. tWe! frwn Fine Work by a FinUlau Barber Beach ,-

iv chit Ail 'rnrllars win nvnllIhama''Ivrsallhtletneftf for J'11"H.th..t oJqI/l"t.''t whliff'It t:Uy h''ri tJ 1 *'J I4Ulec ills aiv/y on Olive l'ft1..dt/"*b fit Itan flllice. 134-if.
fit ''Iff "..,. Hut ',nr, but in 1'I$,rida. _4_ .._.__ Drug
"lvl'Ifrustilletasb'ale/ wiwibrr' of I'l/rfM irvlturteach Itemu.. jg Jan 17.
l kits c rllcr tbun Georgia or AI.I,#. SE/A/NOLE BARBER SHOP. ...... tt
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N'oMIUM\ in it H ta+ntihrr" h4r plot "'r pricr, and arty honicietktr mho ,JWHSQN 4 OMURIDfAV, Prop'rt.rira .
C1**e Tonsorial work .t/,
JKMitll f K t" follow tacMn wild 'Uof <)F &* to >rocur. the vety belt re- n.tte/aikro "uar.nued ,.
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1I1I1'1f 'll"u.I lsa,n n'II/lI1'' / '1 fur and. 4 111prfbabl Mbrr southern rHae' Florida ..IonePfOltuCC' Drugs Toilet Articles "-- Russell
orangrt Icniona. grepe- & Co.
,ba "r""HI, fruit, tfua., 'luepi l,., Uoiimi, iij ,
J I County! H''liool Um.nU) ntn. nqiiHit and outer frnlu of tht.lruitei. No The Palms
otlwr MII"tber"Nate ban yet 'uccr .. Fine and
Itll| fAltl" sill! t to Stationery
Hiy 'n. H ""wur"IC"Uue * II U.IuU'" of .Ut.. t4'rtfjr*. nn" a< that Krown in 1'lurUla, and no Now for Winter Travel.

nil' to u'bNrs nr.Invltrrf l and urlf'fl lt l to, olhrr crop iHiyg totter, I'loHda I is (7/70
dtitlnrd i/, of Sundries.
lC'rt" one the great.r Druggist
tltk nilvuntngs al tilt (IJfffl"fI $ to j&riva s: t cniiKrcwliic! | Kt"tu in the All Modern Improvements, Electric CARRY A PULL LINE OF _

l from thwia srhuHla. and will Tart in the UUlfJfli .
r V AUthatwbuulaWill. Ill'/hi/ July 12, ramie and othtr flbrou plants of a Bell, Bath, Etc. Prt'8CriptionaCarefulfy Compounded Druggist sundries, oilet cdrticl :
luilar! nature No$ utbcra State
2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY East Coast Boebeaa
nod tHrallll" ",,,fat works, with tie offer AH advantaK tbat Florida<< Solicited. Perfumes and patent (edit

ntrrt.t inn fli tliowi lit Mnyn' and| I'.,. cannot duplicate, and I'loilila offers Addrou"" WE3JT PALM UKAOU, 6lO6.)

, h which (iica. will run only. four many advaotaK llj1 are peculiarly" "
ry "THE PALMS A Fresh
wuc..h enrh.Thd .. tier own t Me receive the bent Line of Tenney's Candies.
price for hvr product that "b,
it,litho of nil Iriifhrm orinlwJ kliarr* with '.. "" HtMte, and In I.1&.96 West Palm Beach, Florida. Courteous
"IIt.to.Lu fII/lchtl.ln Uud" 1A < I every re pcct in I the bent state In Treatment and Prompt Service..;,

tu tba. abuva 'nd.' tbc vniou for th, buuirsecker. 'Try THE SUN for Job Work. Subscribe for Tie Soy.l fs 1.97
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THE TROPICAL SUN, 'WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA,THURSDAY, _JOLT 8; .18 W. S


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The Intlpp Curt.. stood to be for the accommodation of the THE BAZBRR/// DEALEB ..

[Written for Tao TBOPICU 80s.] scholars. at both Boynton and South Hypolnxo. M. E. CRU BER s INN. t1qwQtfe :

The latest scientific announcementwith Just arrived-the very latest and finest
regard to the human brain was A petition presented by J. E. Jones Dry. Dress, White and Fancy Goods. and G oey
from the patrons of West Palm Beach "Price no .IITAILORING v tt
scarcely known when Father Kneipp
colored school No. 14, asked that said Glassware Lamp and Laalenu.
died which makes it impossible for him ..DEPARTMENT.We .

to have used it In his, medical theory Jones be retained as teacher for that do not send away to the ,so-called All Kinds of Boat Coods. -?

and yet these two complement. each school The petition was signed by 33 Tailors, but take your measure, cut, fit Stores,Tinwapr,Doors,Sash and Bllada.

other so perfectly, that combined they patrons of the school, representing 65 and make your clothes right here on the cMUU.vuw !=1 All Kinds of Fishing Tackleand Sportin; GoodS.Quick .

make a unique scheme 'of scientific scholars. Said Jones also presented a premises-by REAL TAILORS.Fit Meal Gasoline Store Blue Flame Kerosene on Stove
thought. petition, asking that N. H. Hall be appointed guaranteed or money refunded. Hirrisoa Bros.Ready Mixed Paints
Tinthop in connectloa with Store.
Whatever odium may hare attachedto supervisor of that school, signedby Sirkin's Bazar, Large Galvanized Tanks a Specialty.

the observation that "the way to a 26 patrons representing 50 scholars. Seminole Block. Contracts take anywhere U the County for Tin Roofing,Cat ,
man's heart lies through his stomach" The Board decided to retain D. R. 7-i-im Plumbing,Ete.. Wig

is rendered void by the latest dictum of Ingersoll as supervisor.

science, that next to the brain, the largest The following teachers were appoint.. . . . . .
ed: The Peacock Inn ( X mass of thought machinery lies immediately -
behind the stomach, and is No. 15, Neptune Miss Irene Rickards 1 TICKETSALLPOINTS U. D.; HENDRICKSON
called the solar plexus- This solar Jupiter '- Mrs. W. A. H. Hobbs LOCATED ON- : ,
Linton W. A. H. Hobbs
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plexus if struck causes death as In. BISQAYJSG BAY ...TO... /
Boynton Miss Gee
19 Maude
stantljr. the same force applied to tfieskull. General Merchandise.
i, Palm Beach, Miss L. DeBegory Five miles south of Miami. ..

Readers of general news may recall 3, Lemon City, The oldest and largest Hotel .. .

the fact that only twu weeks ago a doc- Miss M. A. McDonald as Assistant on the Bay. Direct .AT Wholesale Oils
l teries
tor in Indiana was' killed by being 16, Biscayne, E. Lee Railroad and Steamer con Gasolines, 76 and 86. Salt PaintsCletliif t ,

kicked on the solar plexus by a favorite No. 7, Belle Floral L F. Kidner nection with Ma ard's Ticket Agency

horse.It is. asserted that man thinks with his 14, West COLORED Palm; Beach SCHOOLS.No. .]. E. Jones PALM :BEACH, 101 W. Bal Ii&, c.I'B"lit2S97 Eats, Caps, Sloes, Dry Ms, 'Sds, Ms,' -'

heart his liver,his kidneys and the ganglia 4' 23, Palm Beach, A. C. Lightbourne and daily Steamer and Jack80a.W.F2cz5da.. .

strung along the nerves like beads 'I 12, Riviera Annie D. Lightbourne Launch connection with . . . . . . Serai Machine, Hardiar8. --

are,in reality,minute brains. Wherever FINANCIAL. STATEMENT..
there is a sympathee nerve there are ITEMIZED RECEIPTS. fe .TVTTOcTvrT. .L.L., Agent for ISapes'and Williams 1 Clark Fertilizer:.

these tiny globules of brain matter and Jane l.BaUnee in Tl'\Allul'1$3.20a 50 JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President.
it is presumed without their existence June 20,T J Hardee,Taie. .__._ 1 20 72 Hates$2.00 per day and opmard.GHASPEAGOGK&SONPropr's. RAYMOND D. KNIGHT' Vice-President Anti-Friction Iron Marine Railway
Jane 0022 .
humanity would be powerless. One of 21, .. .* 867 TBOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. For Boat 73 Feet in Length and Under.

the most important ganglia this article -I' 2. PpiK.._ 700u14. JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. Steamers -
never mentions. Perhaps Father Kneipp _" e' 500

was unaware of it and was building bet N21.N.. .. ,__ __ 1 00 COCOANDTGBOVE.FLA. "Lake Worth" and "Gladys"On
1.State Tress, 1 Mill Tax.._ 24080 2r3tf.CEO.S.HACKER_
ter than he knew in his"bare foot .
cure. 'a Lake WortK
30 Examination Kees.-w 17 00 National Bank' of
The first morning we tried it we discovered .. 12ComptrollerM'. ".,. "' '2440
there was an immense gangliain 30.Z T Merritt.Kent donatedat & SONMANUFACTURERS Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and JackscaTillr.Free .

ltlaml.K ___ ..... 4400
the centre of each foot ?OT M-- -
and Lake
the moment t Delivery Boat oa Worth.

of the a battery dew struck shock it, with we were the suddenness made- ITEMIZED Total ,_EXPENDITURES..__I3,76:1.J.1) d the State of Florida '- .8-1.96' Lake Worth, Florida. .


aware of the geographical location of Addle Lee.. Damon Teacher_ _._.$ 4000 i ...
** ,
40(K) I
every nerve in our physical '?? M
anatomy. R E McDonald Teacher....___ 5000 '-TRANSACTS A- ,
And thus we chanced on the secret of Maud Gee,Teacher..._ 4000E -*

the Kneipp cure. Its originator claimsfor H Collier, Teacher__._ M_ 40 00 T. V. CASHEN
it the preeminence over every other I Amy M Mann, __._ 4000 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
known method of treating nervous Addle Lee Damon, Te..cherM..M... 4000 ,
orders. disI I MnG Lyman. __....... 4000 IAmd
As
we have not read his
books
lire N L Jackson _.-_._ 4000 =
we are ignorant of the manner in whichhe Beatrice Elliott. ,____.._ 4000 Accounts of Bankers "-Manufacturer of and Dealer In

substantiates his claim, but it is true Z T Merritt, Salary cur Mar._..__?. 41 66
.. .. .. OF
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and genuine, and these new ideas on June 4166WI. Merchants, Manufacturersand

brain support.power are going to give it liberal Jane, Widmejer 8th ,.Mileage and per diem 4 00 Doors, Individuals solicited.... YELLOW PINE LUMBER

WI. Wldmeyer, Mileage and per diem Sash
From personal experience we know Jane 21 !..._..._.?....___...._ 4 00
that the entire nervous system respondson J W Jackson,Mileage and per diem Blinds, ail
the instant to a summons from the June 8th._ __._,._ 12 00 Capital Surplus, $$190,000.
J W Jai-luou, Mileage and per diem Mouldings I .And Timber
foot. It may be quite possible that our Jane 21st and Im Men tain......._' 18 65: -AHDBuilding . ,_ "
nerves are not so sound as others and I 'J W Com tock. Mileage and per diem Material Issue our own drafts to all the principal

that persons with sound nerves would June 8th___,-?.-,-,-.. 2 80 I cities in Great Britain Holland,
not aotice theiransmission of sympathy. J W Coinstock, Mileage and per diem CHARLESTON, S. C. Belgium France, Switzerland, Italy, @ascgsTusslhitltftijSsrdYfattPil! tishtiOrngesadY! gelableCntss r
_.___
June 21st. :: 2 80
But that would not change the fact. The Portugal and Germany.
Z T Merritt,office expena I,June 8th 2 5021ttt LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH.. Spain Florida.
Jacksonville
New York press has familiarized everyone .. .. It 183 7.23.97
with the salient features of the J 8 Earmau Tree,No 13____ 523 _Send for Prices. (JacksonvilleFlorida

Knelpp cure, and it is probably true Marl P Arlington, Bent No 23._._ 14 24 -IL-, 7.
' that nine-tenths C WPiPreehalf rent Xo 19...._.. 1068
of those who looked
at W H the illustrations laughed and wonderedhow Mre G B Stevens, Ura'llng Committee 11 00 Su sorios for "qhs-Sun.

I. people could be so silly. As we regarded EHDimick.TextBooV _____...... J4 23 The 'onthorn Fuel and Supply Company.
it thus, it is safe to assume others U S School Furniture Co..__".... 5 80
k .
.
a'a 4 .. ..
did the same. __.... 110
a .4 .. "_ 17193T _W1oo1Mal. Retail Dealer !.-<
Having injured an eye bjx excessive $xyx%
NGautler, scarenger work, No 18 3 00
use,and finding all remedies of no avail 1 East Coast Pub Co, Teachers' ExamInation

in restoring its wonted strength, in des Notlce........._...... ._.__ 1 93 New Goods Arrived Wood Coal Coke Brick, Lime, Gem

peration we happened to think of the Tropical Son, Teachers' Examination -
new Notice.__.__.- w._>.._ 3 50 ent Shingles and Laths.
cure.
: Knowing' it would do no 1 C Chandler, ferriage colored chil xLadies' ,

harm if no good, we rose at day dawn dren.Dee. 1896.____ '1000 Great Stock Of....

to test its virtue. The novelty, or the. Total..._._.... .... ... ......-J804-40- I Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
hope of help or both made it exhirua t- ,
ing and we could scarcely wait for the RECAPITULATION. Dress Goods

5t next morning to 'renew the attempt.We Total Total UeceipU During the Montb...=3,762 40 --
ExprndltureaDnringllonW 804 40
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Inability have to pursued walk would it one make week us'and desist.only Balance in Treaeury...__...|2,938 00 Fine Wool I. Cashmere, Creponn, Silks and Office 408 West Bay Street.

Having discovered An appropriation of{ made for Summer Fabrics.
we have brains in 500 was 'aeksonville Florida.
. Our feet, we intend furnishing them the Lemon City school, if a suitable lot. 4-28-91 ,
with all the dew they desire. is furnished and the Superintendent and: Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery.

There is either some revivilying qualIty Chairman of the .School Board are appointed Ladies' Parasols and Men's Furnishings.

in the dew or the grass acts as a as a committee to see to the

flesh brush, and it combination .with same. Florida East Coast Ry.

r dew effectually removes from the cl The following warrants were issued: Special Sales .

> all effete matter, or the braincoming gedpores T N Uaatlt,removing seats..........,.._.= 8 25 Ttm T fcU JC.. 9-Crr* U4.U Ja.. .. un.
I in close I W &.Ne&Co,Seal and I'retlll.M.Mo. 500 100 Pairs Knee Pants at 15 Cts to 25 Cts.Gents' -
contact with .. tc
kindly JY
Comfttock. mileage and diem. 2 30
per .
.. .. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down) NORTH BOUND (Bead Up)
mother earth is thrilled through J W Jackson, ... 13 00
every o Not: KoftM STATIONS. Td No SiSp
- fibre by the electric association. W L Widmeyer ._ 4 00 =.I ".:..6 '..... rate LT.......Jackson vU a..,...Ar. a ':;: _....._. Z _......
' Perhaps the old fable wa": Z T Men-Jit, IncidentaU..._........... 2 70 Undershirtsat 10 ...... 8 Up ..... AI'.8t.Auguatiae.....LT. I ...... too* .:... ......
of Anteas Fred'k Matthana, Ueut.____...._.?_ 750 W ......10 ...... ..... '...... Ly..8t.. AufT-sTtno.......Ar.Baitings Sfcp ...... ...... ...... ......
no fable after-all, but a truth of the 25 cts and o. which formerly gold at 50 eta and |100 ...... 110 an ..,... .....' ...... .. ...._ ...... 4 ...... .....' ..,.. .....
deepest Total .....____.__$3(5 75 ...... *aISO ...... ...... ...... 'a ... .::Las Palatka......... 4 ...... ...... ...... ......
z significance. Every time his ...... _.... ..... ... AI'.Palatk&.L.,. 4::1&.
foe threw him to the earth The Board adjournedlo meet on the ; ...._, UOQa .... ...... ...!.. LT..........Palrtka..........Ar. 4 ..... .. ...... ......
his strength ....... 1 ............ ...... AI'.8an x.leo..Ly. a lop :..... ...... ..._ ..:...
returned, so that he was first Tuesday in August at the usual The I .... 100& :..... ...... ...... Lv.........Saa Mateo..Ar. step.
la these unconquerable Boston Store I ....;::11:Sap ...... ...... ...... LT.........,Onnond..........Ar.8ie I ...... ...... ...... ......
overworked and overwroughttimes time and place. ...... I ...... .... ...... .. ... _,Daytona.......... t ....... ...... ...... ......
material Z.T. MERRITT ...... \$ _..... .... ........1'0"Oraage... .. .. I ...... ...... .... ......
connection with the ,Superintendent. MRS. J. FRANK, Prop'r.Seminole ...... ...... ...... ......New t-mrroa,...... ttopW .....' ...... ...... ......
earth may have become J. W. JACKSON Chairman. ...... I lap ...... .... .a ......... Oak HU1TitnsrUle. ...... .. IIP .... .
Who is necessary. ..* Block, on Banyan Street, WEST PALM BEACH. ...... Ua ..... ..'....'. ......... ......... tup ...... ...... ...... ......
preparing a field with gregrass en .... ..... ...... .........City Point..4 : ... ...... ...... ......
galore for the The Colored People- Celebrate. i 6-24-97 .....*. 3Salp..,.. ....... ...... ........ .,_......... .'..... ...... ...... .....
army of KneSppite.. _. +bc. :'r< ..._ ...... ..... ,;.... ,.......: ........ ..... ...... ...... :.....
.
the coming Winter will ." ." .." ... ... ... ." "''' "," ." "" Y'I -Y'" ...... 0tiP ...... .....'. ...... ........Eao Game......... ...... ...... ...... ......
? colored
bring The people's celebration on ........ p ...... ...... ..... .. ........?.Sarno....>...... .. 123p........ ...... ...... ..;...
July 3. ISg7. E. H S. the second was attended by a good .... ,...... 'a .........Melbourne......... .. ..... ...... ...... .....t
... .....: ...... ...... .." ...........RowlandSebastian......... ...... ...... ......
sized crowd and was a success. Peoplewere ...... 59P..... .....' ...... ......... -........ ..... ...... ...... NoaI45/
County School Board Proceedings. Do STEAMBOAT? ...... SOp ... ..... ..... a ...... ...... Olin ...... ...... ......
, present from Ft. Pierce, Eden,Jen- you want a ..... .I ftp :..... '.....' SOCB6Uia .. ........orate.:...... 93Ua5Ta ...... ...... ...... 1101
WEST PAUI BEACH sen and other up nver places and a'so ..:.:. ...... ..... .........* OllPIl...........* 'oa .... ...... ...... <
FIA., > .... <<>11 .......... la .........Jenxen ......... .............. ......
July 7th, 1897. f from Miami. o-We have them to sell, and if we have none ....:. / '..... ....:.. 9 ala ............8tuarS...;...... .". 940ft8UUa ..... ..... ...... )
Regular meeting of the Addresses were made by Reverends ..,... Olp..... ....... Tlla ...... ...Alicia ........ 8 : ..... ...... .....
School Board I on hand to suit, wean build...... ...... lip ...... ...... 81:1&: .... .:Hobe$oun. ........ 8 1Ja. ..... ...... .....: II f
was held to-day. Present W. L. \Vid- Scott and Fields, of Ft. Pierce, on the ...... ....... ...... > ......West Jupiter....... ..... ..... ......
.... ... .. .. .. .10 i* Riviera 7 Eia ...1....... .. ...
meyer,J. We Jackson, J. W. Comstock subject of the success the colored people JUST WHAT YOU "WANT. ....;. alb ..... .....11ISMAr..WestPalmBeach.Lv. 72u. ..... ...... ...... low*
and Z.T. Merritt. were making along different lines ...... :..... .'..... 12 pl.. ...........Linton........... ar.a..... .... .... II"
; We also to furnish __/ __.. .816)1. .... ...... :SS5p ......Fort Laaderdale.... : .....\..... .... 'I"
Minutes of last meeting were read and i and the way they should do to achieve are prepared ...... .... ...... ,\) .......LeDlOD Citr....... "I 6.:1.. ....'........."...SSJ91a
approved. I still further success. ...... lo )pl......: ...... 4 3iptr: .,_........Miami..:LT./ ............ ....

The Superintendent submitted the tol-! The barbecue was announced as ready Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write A.*W.BRANCH. I I Trains! 82,35,87 and 78. between JKP
lowing nri0eandSt. Angotlaedatly.Train .
report: and the attack was made on the feastat oLNo.1.| TATIO ::I. Nat No.44s 1 'Ab, between Miami and Tort
A very successful examination of TUptioaJ ,,....Sew S.'rna..Ar. I 15pl 5 25p Pierce daily,CAWUV DUUU0J.
. teachers half past two, and about 250 people or call on us for Anything in our Line that you need. SiOp'11 5s;Lv..LakeH&e..Lv. 13 aip 4 Sopl Train U. between Fort Pierce and
was held at West Palm Beach participated, amongst which were a few Slip 11 5a Lv..Oraage Ctty..Lv.1219p! S Sip Miami 'Monday.
June 8th to 11th, and candidates a 1bP tl. K.lAr..Oraoge&ly.. ,. .LT. U ISpi 3 :25p Trains Sand 78 south of 8t Angus
seven white people who had never attended a Merrill-Stevens Co. !''tine daily except Sunday.
for first Engineering
grade certificates passed, each barbecue before and wanted to see whatit ,

having good general average. Four looked like.and how it tasted. n. stam.r

second grade and pne third grade Rev. R. Thomas Profr E. Jacksonville, Florida.
passed with ] Jones, R. .. "BISCA YNE" .' .
good averages. G. Lee, Mrs. Arrington and others made
Dade County should feel proud of her Proprietors JACISONVILLE MARINE RAILWAYS.
welcome and that
e\'eryone saw all b appointed to Perform Service..follows:
teachers. The annual report is delayed. sened while order 6-24-97
were perfect was
. Lean MIAMI 10.3) ,
on account of : p.m.Wednesday and Saturdays connecting with Tram U.
not receiving the blanks kept by T. G. Gilreath the distinguished
from the State Department. i Lean KEY WEST. t M e.m.1'1ae3daTIud Friday
marshal of the
day. Oouveetiai at U>*ni with Train 7S followin_Dlalo
Z. T. MERRITT;County Supt. i At 4 p. in. the ball game commenced BRELSFOUD :BROS. ,
On motion, 20 seats were ordered sent' between the Jensen and West Palm J.P.BSCaTWTTH. J.D. RAHXER.
to Traffic Manager. An'l t+.HL Fawaser Ag aW
Cutler also recitation seat with chairand Beach colored nines and mulled in a St. AnguaUne. Tla.

desk for the teacher. score of 12 to 8 in favor of the West Real Estate and Insurance .
I. L Hardy and J. W. Dunn, as a committee Palm Beach nine. -

appeared before the Board witha The day was pleasant the crowd was

petition from South Hypoluxo. orderly and nothing happened to mar Palm Beach, Florida. 15,000 Budded Trees

It *as decided to locate the school the enjoyment of all the people who

temporarily about one mile north .of participated, and all went to their homes Notary PublieCottages to Rent. All fancy Mangoes Crotoai and everything in the Nursery line.
Boynton rovided the patrons will furnish well satisfied with the way in which the
Palm Beach Florida.
West
a house for the same. This is Badert day had been spent. 6-197 Post Office Building, North of i'oinciana Hotel John B. Beach 1x,, 97




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irhiij and Anthony fooled them again,. fan each game evidenced Ibr.good feeling """
break.. Int ii|>o..4Boainaaa ttlfib jCTTtt Jh'.t.
.lkt SUiT. all day.without. 3a 19S
that prevailed
them in three order. Wltt7
1 dug oct one, two. Weather Report for tie moslb of Jane 1857. -_.

t In their next inning the home boy Carey proved to be a good man.in the Bargain rortettrperatare and dentpoe. 8 a P.Y.eblavattt '"

bad to take the same medicine they bad box when be was pat there to relieve Dr J. A,Pogb.extract* teeth without time. Camparadfe toapcratgre far tte carsaSs. 1895 a.i% .: ::

WEST PAD BEACH FLOBIDA.GUYLMETCALF just gives the Miamis;, and returnedwith Watsca- paiD.Tk. ____ -r
=
a gone egg The Miamis rallied )d Drairaav AnTEUKCTT Z 110' liar ..
.and when their tars came they added Sbady trees in the dose proximity i The vfcJBct -- any- r.Jad"MuIL uta wiled bale n5. ;z&r :
dte _.whew rn oily read t>see : cs e = P n.r It
"" i two roan to their score, making the the diamond gave ample protection for three-reLa.-ItsdIaap.. !:='= wllp.4.N. goP '!IJ ,]a t ;> i: .

EDITOR s S to Iv favor cf the borne team. A:1 a = s Waaraat.4x ;, 1t1
score
MO MANAGER. all do raRa.m.
I 3 spectators._ Summer rates for babies, 3.W per : ;-- ; .""
2 :
I In tie fourth innings the honors 1I'eftI n at Hand' Stndio. .:: I 8....f..c: : ,iyt t .. tt t1130 -;

YEARLY I easy each side adding one ran to the Friedlnnd and Fnnk_ made a good &* .. .. _lI E-I4J .OIPanII 78 a,, T3tb1 a
SUBSCRIPTION $2 ,i "hmrr.I leeryaa are m.rtyt.g to h* *- 64i I-B $ drsdl4 c23g0'ttSB
scorn This was a complete surprise to very for the Boyntons. Butb men bat.1 Rex my mark left me a latent.ace ." ; '.:;{K.-.69tE. 13) .cMr.rutfT }r,9Sj7 :
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: IIIa ..4...., r- p.t the I wSo.0118--1 i3"BO.UAB.1F) .O '*4TI4ik711(!m
their Lake friends, for hardly anyone their business. mr JIIR'C .- TPm-'y 0< <7' JJl -
r ______ :50Ie If allY'abler: mead bad left it w-yo 4,30.o41.'g1tls1ot3E-;ill liwtthl7S. -
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T1s.dr RItJ/Tith .
had expected to the Beachers hold IYw ,London Ttt-Bita. i29AY'tF; ,. U9t4o$3221 '
see ; ,
'\ 6.30onW wO6i5Wll3! ","_J6I 03C1o.dy -- r7tStr1 >lrtt19' ;;
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1.4'o for more than three innings at the : 's admirers were present in !I and Strings at, 713O O3M_0iS _.10)SE2 ? A+1C' DdJ'1 -
,lout force to applaud their good plays aDd. Musical Instruments 111310 O2. __011|*_.tt.'.!t.E_17i t.6JrClBM1___.11 .JIMllnii 7c5ii'H40
very outside, the boys being accustomed Idner& Son's the Pioneer Jewelers Z"- _W ,S--04fSE..." ..4"icto.dr.4T>>!;IijailTt '
.. with one or two exceptions, to constant keep them m good spirit I I I lUIWD6iEOl iI Ih .tr.rt1J" C1owhp.orr-Mli ', .
'Hax.a ever awtkcd that nost aU ball tJMOSI! { K.7t __ '.. .ggPsnlyllo.djtNtliltx4itIZtO
in doar work, as merchants: clerks Anthony showed himself to be as ; pbynackw. eamP N4aitt_0316 _MiN! -In .outran IIuIlilJPTIW4I i50t 4 IIS20
i .T'.PUP1It trDM they dtewlR rag with the o!tf.Jr.z1 "' MKPartlr C'08dJ'i4 79'StslT'hMj;
The three following inning were pc- dcrer and safe a man at tie, bat as he': jBnre.--PhiIiJlpki*Sorth AM'tXU.I I t.10 CUtXW.. "- _--O"\S.I5I\ Jul,Pi.Jr CIoMdJ r; +ti7Si 'IW .
AMONG OTO CHURCHES ealiarr t **beachera sacking goose eggs is in the boa short I 15)30) O7Wr! 03,8.__06taE1"I) .001 Partly OM4JI'iII"1f'lj ? '. _-
or as stop. I I Boat bmldiag done right at home. IB t&t3A)09GE0; ; !>pt-_ f*:*SK .1S| 'l"'nI11"'J1"rJiOlJC> ilTgt7fJT'
Hi ,very while tie iliamis added two work. I 71300btA.,0618.__(lssli131! +!Panyrte.d7 ttl 1; +s7atrtiw{ ; rI -.
TIme and Place of Services, Special: The ladies were present in force. In the most approved manner rood triaocsaxWo4t.oa..ts} .OOJP*'*7 .arlsi+ni ct7s l u191M ,, -
to their score each time, leaving the (I Callas -
and
nanship at living prices. .OtatPuthtlo.dry=1r3199t7tsds4ifi4.:4
Dfi4W,.06I8fM.iSE 161
Notices factthere seemed to be mire ladies,,
Week-Da] and Son score stand ten to nine.,in favor of the Capt.A. T Rose. joSo oST "_o6izroiirrTg3i. -0S'lnadrf32t"1f9Y177l4; : s
than men, among the spectators.Not 21'29 96I.It1 --53! %_ .N W1undy. l 18 11i9a'i1; t2vM!T
Menial Miamis, at the end of the seventh ,inn Sen Po tOIl think there Uanylhwg between 221 ooiswZL! !Swiie6 sw ..86C1oedytiIOIrm.D'.. !IT=!jfllJGic ; -

It III lTpiasopal ug. It was plain to be seen that Anthony a quarrel, not a dispute, not an accident tJIeta Belle? -I don't know. There wa* t wbe I %24t30131t6ISglilz3 JI.30 ORjtW..4l') _7iiS{ ...TfPartfy.OGj Partly Oordvia C1o.d,1S2Sli$7717518Ii:!|*2676,81p67( | >ZSTT.

BsPVisss.Lenwr.itarataBcthabbpthe. was completely fagged and his to mar the pleasure of the entire looked i. at the parlor door last .igbt.-& .- 25,30: IOW-2tSE_0 ?iSK10 out Partly CJoaotJI8:!-INil6176:81f1t6fi -
2 30 &lNW..03tLog.seI; -OOIPartl7 cto.dlPi iiII'IT11 rtlt4ii'T
face showed evident distress every time day. Even the umpire was happy. ternlle JowaalTeeth 27:AOOd1s-.r o3i8E -07i36l Otctrar: __ .[RZI83 I 7i1M1I8 !n
-Sea. Cb.drtttil al;;i83 1Oii'2a29ia016t'E13IS6
-OOIPartJ7
i 1n.J-X.YtvotDlectoe. be attempted to put a ball over the Cow, with practice would make a extracted without paia. Gallon 2W30 121S -10i _-13SE13 UISE-l11 .ootf'-_ ._{ ?I 3N3t6: 01W .4 r
-Si an- L. Frrz.J.uru aD&Y..1a't idauter. plate. Dr. J. A. Pugh. 80130 18gg-| |SE05,E12t .O0iear; I83Ijtl88i7; + U, -
Win lie opca during USe $emu.a. Serriee At the beginning of the eighth inningthe good pitcher. His deliver U quick and
needs make it What. TO* married Yom who and yon mmazy for the Month. .
and
I '1 every Svnday mctnimg at o'clock. A lunch home boys rallied a little, tired of swift only practice to woa d never be any maa's slave* SUo" ;

wi l ru rrfvlatlj ia eonnertxm, Inrluc Wat ftnfInner twenty.....*... :and masf* f-nroo... '.rnt..._ sure. -Well what has that fat to do with nty getting Mew BaraBMter.8O.O6; Right Barometer, OB the 2SKh MJ.7;Lower
hla Bada -----0 -- -- aaniee'-UIIC Enquirer.
dock
city at roes rare for the
They then took the field to catch flies oa the 21st".95.
r rouxl trip w antes loud and in the 21 t,98;; Lowest
Tbe viators were earnest Instructions given in photography in 1eaa.t 81 : Highest Tperatwe em
almoragaaooD nd chase the balL Anthony was dead their praise of the treatment they re. all its branches at Hand's Studio. oa the 8t*. 71;.Greatoat Daily Eaag car Temperature, OB the Sits 22*
or ST. AJllalW.-Xee on and could only go through the motionsbut BaeofT nperatareon the 16tJa. 6' Yeas Temperature for this .o tk la :
ceived ire hands of the West Palm
the Seoood and Foarth Wedacuday of eaeb he struggled bravely to get the baIl at "Do vow swxced picking tip a carr aid 1889, 79; 1890,80; 1891.79';: IS9%,-no; 1893. WJ 189-1. 180 1893, T9"
-out*. L.F. Beach team.. the rotxn to the toad"G0.
HurD''.Director. .
1897.81. Yeas Temperature for thin BW th for 10 yearn.79 :
," the toad "bat t it .
W.F. as far as the home plate so the viators yes replied : keepsn BW
AixsTiosc:
Ja. SccreUry o the jump.--oaten Matesman. PrtTadwc Direction of Wind, &; Total Movement of Wlad 5.017 n2a Y: .
could whack it-and they did. making Men can be gentlemen .even when Tdtxrty tl Wind Dinerina and Date,82 milffl per hoar*the 21st.W.

IT. E. Cbuneb. South. eleven runs, and could have made twice playing ball in match games with rival rouize For watch the old and reliable jewelry firm repairing of Idner pat&* TntaJl"nIdpitatlH. 4..671Rdaa; Sawber of cia y.OB which JOl lack or i a.ri .

as many but for the splendid fielding teams. This was well demonstrated don kit 9: Total PredpiUtio ( inthea) for tab month m 188,5.5: 1889,IS.
Krrriee every lint and Third Sunday of work.of the home boys. Son.lewelers. 2.51:1891,4J7:1892. 14,78;1893. 8.40:1894.f.22;1895. 3JBS; ISX. 8.92; "
1 each ninth, at 11 p. m. Sunday ftrhnol at For Saturday. "What nukes yon thick Smoothly U aa expel average PtieiydtaUua for this swath for 10 yeah 6.6H faetei.Nanber .
their time
last the
10 a. H.ererr Soad U tb. Beachers again If need sherman 9.
y rtUfc Hrbool 01 CIo da.Days,3; Partly Ckwdj,IS;Cindy
BnUdlag. Erer]'body eortllafly ] went to bat and added four more run, The Miami boys are as heavy batters Because he is one of the Boat natural aa artistic lien I hare ever bad the pleasure o* .
.
,8av.w. A. Lowers,PutAr. making sixteen in alL The Miamiswere as of old and as soon as the home battery meeting."Detroit Free Pro*. 7.w.cEDYK.ObiIInfl'V. Uherl

generous and did not insist on weakened they showed their skill in No need to send away from home for

F. A.M.BegvUr their half of the ninth as they already that line. any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbaiJd I.OST-Saturda night, between the J. W. ERICKSOI

commanieadona of Barmon'a had twenty-one: scores to their credit. you one as fine or as cheap as yonwant. Masonic Temple and L.L. Dodge's residence O Dsiusni O

Lodge.So.138 W..t Palm Beach FUwffl: The official score is as follows: Good natnred jibes repartee, gnring See him and place your order. a charm with an eagle thereonone -

ii be add at; TOO p. m. on' tile Second and I YiamLo: lt12is.t41s16171iblTt| | ( and retort added to the enjoyment of rust ('!lieu >Child.e"e got a new baby of the kind given by the AnhenserBnsdt SEWING MACHl
FoortaWed | J i at boa-.. Brewing Co. to their customers. Kcpairinz dune and utaat" 4. Ms!
-1 aidaj.ol eat" month Th Uii;., Clare e-j 31 1-1 3 1 1 I i I"xCl3x(| 13W. the spectators and players but it never strand our C.C. contemptoocliyV-That's noth The finder will be liberally rewarded on to Rest or Sold OB Installment

brtlhrra aneordially lavfted to aLUDd.. ( ......, |,--1 11 j | 2l! I :1aa12 i ( I Z red to be good natnred. rag.Wevegot a new papa at oar*.-Boston presenting the same at the Seminole Store Needle Sooth AlUchmenU Side of Ctaaaba Always Arec eaS_ |
J. Lutoso Conner.
i ,W,U. I r,. ; i"131tlI2131lslAhn..1lfl{ 11 Hotel. CAn ZAPF.Notice.. Door West d Railroad Way.ildden's .

S.E.CowumSee'y.Bveaiog 7I* : I j iai i -I 1112jnl_ I 3 Every one came here happy, were Cooking utensils in agate-ware-best

1L2b I'it i-I itsl | 3f ll3 happy all day, went home happy and in the market-at Weybrecht'S, the Pioneer

I Stay bodge. Jlo.' 4e. tarry. 3 b-< 3t I f I HI2 1 ( Ix I I I 11 from what_we hear have been happy I Hardware Store.
serugRnl t_ I f x t a I i IItal I I a Mart
Inightso! Pytblu, l, T'"Jl"Jlbll"dj I21 1 U' I Inl I2 I ere] since to think they came here. I "But you are too yang"pleaded tile auioua !

Meet every Priday yicbt+lTlsR .aundard walacerLtat JH 131| 11nl| | j 3 Kennedy and Miller did. mind mother.is folly No funnel"girl should Barry before her A full stock of ererytbing in the Jewelry
splendid
t tiae Tbitiaz Imtacn cor Castle Ibn *er Public School BaiIcl 1aC. work as battery for the home team i in I met,"my. mind baa been made .p far more and Emile Anthony is in charge Prepared ]

GnLKuuu,C C. W F lie cbcnM 11 1 2 | 3 U151 I I .. 1 718191 I I TiGr.brrc.Iazf21 the game with Boynton. Neither of the than a week."leakers Statesman. dating the absence of A. P. Anthony.Old with' '

WZT.A.M.flONGJaLdL&L ay,7 I I 121 I 111 lal I a boys have had any practice this season 11 When in Jacksonville, stop at the and new customers are cordially invited IOu

Aal..Y. M 121 I I 111 I Islsf'C I 2 Acme HoteL Rooms 50, 75 and$too to calL 7Szt GccJ Meats at Umg Frit
H Mner.l hl) 3| a' 121 121 I I I 1 The Boynton boys put np a stiff,bravegame i per day. Best Furnished hotel in the

HOW WE CELEBRATED. roper, gb..>| |i-31 I Ix I 1 131 I 1 12121 1 11 one that was a credit to themselves city. Good dining rooms in connection.R. -

_.._ !>a., 3 a_I |hi> t t tCB i-i I (111 1 I IMl 1 11U and to their town. They won i L. CHADWICK. 4-t-tt Bank treslt ern, '
IH'UIH..12 1 I 11 f 3 The Dade County State
a l I x I x I -
n Cbrfras Ftana, u Zajeye4 .y PieUOfUisTiciaity. at am.lf I I a I I I I 11213131| | | 1 the good will of our people if.they failedto Ethel-Didal grandpa to have, main Beef,

i.aoudeL4 Is trial' I ((3)) I Isle win the game. ma Mamma' T cs.I bope s+. Palm Beach, Florida.
J_ Qowrl--I1 atal |13 : I 2timOl0003 tt d-The1Iwby did they to bb
.-_ | | | | | |:4 |116 It so happened that a few days previ aches"on the tombaoneT people who to to
Independence Day b said to heaven don't have ashes, do '
sometimes I I they?-Pick-Me Authorized 100000.
Sot: "1"indicate Ute tallies Kgan GUS the grounds had been mowed .by [tro. CapItal
fall on the Foarth. This time ft '
Native Meats
kov the order fa wbfcb the batten chief Fremd, that the a sp .
were pllC gardner_ so conditions
reached here a day ahead .of lChedaJe.JW GilL I Are your eyes weak or affected? Don'tneglect Paid Up Capital $15.000-
for a good game were. .all that them but have Frank Idner.
it also said to sometimes fall on In the afternoon the boys pullet could be desired. i the optical expert test and fit them with Toor Patronage Solid'' r

the same auspicious occasion but it entirely themselves together for their se-oud what they need. OFFICERS:
... Market on Banyan S
failed to appear much to the delight contest the game with Bo,1 toll'S team. The home boys covered themselves Could Sot Be Alire.-He-Ton say yoa mar.II E.H.DIMICK, President

.. of the small boys with fire crackers, At4x p.nl the game. was called with with glory by their splendid field work. rie-l She-Ya.a bleats. mast I E. ..BREL8FORD, rice-PresMeat. 11-12 WEST PALM B

the large boys with new straw hats and Capt. Allen as umpire and Messrs. The oldest players in the visiting teams And that be never drink" GEO. L. BRA It KING, Cashier.

stBMiag bicycle and baseball suits and Pence, of Boynton, and Everett, o( declared that they never saw such per "Nor"Never-smokes ,'

', : the ladies with their new white frocks West Palm Beach, as score keepers.The feet field work done by amateurs and "No.sir." Branch Office at West Palm Beach
"Not loses his "
and gay and pretty ribbons. Boyntons won the toss and took that it equalled professional league work That's what said.temper" A. B. CampbelUgr
Yea "H ben did he dYonk.Statesman.WANTED -. Office Hoars.From 10 a.m. to I p. m. .
;Saturday the day we celebrated, the field. The home boys started the in that particular.

\ wan as well favored by the elements as score with a figure 3, but when the Anthony and Gruber in the box for TO COSTRACT for 500 or 1,000 Gtttnl Bat Ing Bisisess Tr ucfet ([ Ludden & Bates So. Music

one could ask. ** n if Old Sol did bestow Boyntons came to bat they went one the home and Watson and cords 4 ft wood, both lightwood and CoHeeUona promptly remitte OB day ofreceipt. ,

a warm beot&tkm on ns all during better and placed three scores to their boys; Chase.split green pine price fi.oo and Ji.50 Draft bought and sold OB tbe.pri Jacksonville, FloridpIANOS
_
for the Mirmis made as hot batteries as cordf.o. b. within
per cars 40 miles 01 f
cities ol the United state&12997
the forenoon cipal
was with charming side of the account: were needed in their morning game up I West Palm Beach. Address-Lake

impaatiality.for it poured down on big The second inning gave the Beachers to the sixth innings, and there is where Worth Ice Works West Palm Beach,
f and little black and white, rich and five tallies while they succeeded in presenting Florida. if.
the
home team made the mistake that -ADAIS'-
poor alike. It must have been that he the visitors, with a goose egg.
them the
cost game;Anthony was worn
saw something shortly after noon that Inning No. 3 showed a gain of four out and should have been relieved. BOYXT0.1 BREEZES.

embaraMed him for be hid his face behind scores for the home boys as against' two City fffafket. QRGA
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a kindly cloud for the of the I for
rest the Boyatons, though the visitors Ole Larson went to :Miami Sunday.
day and even then everybody was hap- were putting np sturdy game. Watch Repairing at Anthony Bros. 4-8 PHJ
MEAT
If yon eat .. Best Hakes Lowest
P7- .
The fourth inning gave the Beachers FVeedlund Bros. were in Linton Tuesday ,

"S 4 But this is not telling the real story of another score while the Boynton score LLYTON DEPARTMENT. .. you want good meat, and thatis Easiest Terms

!. } the day. It will be noticed that we are stood still, the kind always on hand-*

shying away from the real issue as long The fifth and sixth innings gave the The pineapple crop of the Huguenot, Native aDd Western, Sheet Music Music Books and;

and far BUSINESS DIRECTORY Belleville and A. W. Robert's plantationsare Instruments of All Kinds at
as as possible, but it might as home and six
boys one runs, respectively Fresh and Smoked .
Pp well be met and diposed of and then while the visitors failed about finished for this season. .Bottom Prices,-. '
to score. "SPOT CASH STORE"-Deals ia General Merchandise. Salt and
1. perhaps well feel better. I By this time it had gotten too dark to Good Goods, Low Prices X. J. Pickled, Write for Er.. Catarog.0,
The facts in the case are these-as the continue the and both sides consented Gale, Proprietor c. W.McCord, Manager. Chas. Pierce, in company with Ceo : and none but the best.
game
lawyer would say: The West Palm I to quit with the score standing and Lester Lyman, is rusticating at A Clean Martelud Polite Attention.
LUMBER. i.ATRAND SHINGtES-At Rock
Beach boys think they can play ball, so i i eighteen for the West Palm Beach team Bottom Prior W.W. Blackmer,Agent.F. Hillsboro and New River this week. Mail orders Promptly Fined. gt

they decided to furnish a Fourth of JoIT : and eleven for the I I
Boyntons. .W.CHAPMAN Deals ia Dry Goods,Notions, The following spent their Fourth at The Old Stand-On Clematis Are
Lake entertainment in of for their friends on the I The official score was as follows: Stationery,Cigars and Tobacco. Agent for West Palm Beach last Saturday: C. W. West Palm Beach. J. F. OLIVES!
shape a little practice with
_Bojaiona: 1 111 1 12 \ 81 1 141516 J 1 |TotaJFredlmid.p Tbe New' York Clothing Store Pierce, C E. C&ase: W. H. Cox, A.
r the Miami and Boynton boys, inviting 1 Dt.c.1| a-13 1 H- i 1 111'1- 2 H. B. 0. 7.1-97 GEO. S. ADAMS, M'gr. J
Dewey Murray, Larson and DEALER IN
them np to take a lesson in the little .- ---1 a l I-Is l I Ill 1-1-1-2 l LIYTOX LOCALS.
game and to get a few pointers on the Murray. l iCZZ 1'II-IIIl131--2| : I | sons Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Krotzer. C. -

of Freedtnid,z ._.. ...121111 I %1 112- '-0 and Pence Prof. J. F. Berk Funk, Freed* (
mysteries the National
i; ; sport. They 3 b.._..__ M. B. were down land and ed Danish and
I S came. Acliey I x I l I a I t 111 l 2 Chare Brothers.. All report a <
: Bowen ''._.._.-.1 I I 131 I s I- 1 I 1 on the third. good time. I II ... Fancy Gr nAND
The morning train from II
the south Crutrcr. I '._._-l 13 I |1:41| I I 13 I 0 I I c'ancy- J

brought the Miami team with over two : FFunk.c I._..?.....1| 111 |13xl| I I 1 L B. Taylor was up to town Tuesday the boys notwithstanding their defeat -:
hundred of their friends and the Boynton l bait,t t.I 1 >121|rrsI21--1| | | -basin ess, of coarse.
give the West Palm Beachers their
- team with as many of their friends 'l'otala._.?...._| 30a600| | | | | | 11 heartiest thanks for their PineappleSlips
reception and
as the population of their town would .. C. H. Hayden has made several business
it :P. Bearhere11121 t / 8 | 4I'5 i 16 [Total good treatment all the way through, and SuckersFor
permit They were all met at the depotby li D fouler c.___| |131| I I x I I ( 2 trips to town lately. I I and also to Capt. Allen for his impartia

the local team and the visiting players KennlJl,. _Ill X III I_III! 3 Rate of tile Following Varieties via- Staple
_._ ... GUDnell and Miss ,, umpiring; but our boys will have to let! L Abbaka Porto Rico s
were escorted to the Hotel Palms lien b --1 I :: I: I I U-o j Joe Effie Tucker Pr0ieF
where Potter, 2 b___..??... 2II c ,: 131'-12))-1 went to Miami to celebrate their mustaches grow before they can Smooth Cayenne,
mine host Stowers dispensed hospitality -
c antler 3 b _| x 11111| | I i lal 2 play ball though.
during their stay in town. tt-tlham. ......... 8 I Egyptian Queen,
t a .I| | |131| 'j2 |L'| 0 Mr. and Mrs Forrey took in the ;
It was decided to play the first match Brylt.J 1 ) x |I I |lal| |I 3Graber.e' I Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,
with the Miami team at 9:30 a. m. .1 1 1:1| x I 11 (121|I|13xl| 4 House of Refuge on the 3rd. Fine Le Conte Pears 40 cents a peck Which Antigue.

Promptly at the appointed hour the Curry. r'-........?...I t X 11 111 II Iii|-3 at Matins' Clematis Avenue Suppl Pernambnco, First Class Bs! !
# teams ToUU?_ uu._...I| 25411| | | | 51| 18 Big doings on the jtd at the House of House. -
appeared on the ball grounds of Enville.
Refuge-everybody celebrated.Dr. .
: tree rlJ deliver; eaa U made part 01 the In Connection with the(
;S the Royal Poinciana. Capt..Earnest Al, Foot TIPS AND Plce-tiPS. '---OUST- trom thto Plantation baring been picked ;

lenofPalmBrachand3likvMcDvnaldof Pollock, wife and baby were takenin tact month. Apply to

Miamiwere selected umpires aDd F. dot a kicker in either game. at the House of Refuge Saturday. LUMBER, C.C. MATTHAMS; FAMILY .7 RADE {"1

B. Everett of West Palm Beach, and florid Piaeappie CallpUI ,
Captain Allen proved to be as popular ,
:Mayor Reilly of Miami score keepers Capt. S. N. Andrews and family
were
r as an umpire as he is as'a citizen. SHINGLES 5.21.97 West Palm Beach Fla. y- MY SPEC
and the game was called. up to help us celebrate on the_ third. ,

Tbe home boys were the first at tbe Charley Miller's home run in the

bat, but Gruber, captain of the team as second, inning was a daisy with a big D. T. A. Slack came home Tuesday and 'LATH, ETC The Tropical Sun "

the only one to score a run in the first left again Wednesday for Jacksonville Stare and
No breaks, no errors and wild We make
no business.
on can Lowest Prices BANYAHTourists'
you
inning. When the Miamis went to bat _______ ,
they evened the score by Wallace makIng throws were features of the home boys' F. 0. U. your station . Balery o>z
field work.There Capt. Bill Burton is having the "BlBess" Job Department
a run. It was plain to be seen that Write BS for anything you need in
overhauled and M. K. Lyman is

Anthony was hard to hit I were visitors here not only from bossing the job. Building Material. Prints Letter Heads

In the second inning the boys got the Bay Biscayne to was*bat from Note Heads M M

.right onto Miami's pitcher and they, Key West Builders Supply Co., StatementSBusiness

pounded him at pleasure piling P seven : Dr. J. A. Pugh Dentist will leave St Augustine Florida.Lainhart. Cards i

runs before they again took the field 1 The hearty cheers given for their August ist, to be gone three months. &- Bill Heads M Supplj
Great reduction on all work until then.
The Miami's then came to the bat with l visitors and the equally hearty response x &
And
best work Potter all
kinds
I' ,Very neat and clean operations of Fine Stationery
S L blood in their eyes, but it was no go given to the borne boys atthe dose o f I -Call at once. 6-3-tf '4a97 Watt Palm Beach,Fla, s i Are You Supplied ? YOUR PATRONAGE SOI




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