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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1898
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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THlltDHH tllVCS H:W 5, c aAJ.'i* rf fci.2). W7.1 WEST PALM BEACH DADE CO NTY FLORIDA 16 VOLUME HO. 18.
'. TIOflCH SUM*c*:J8.1 9 .J JUNE 1898. XII .
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I : PERSONAL PICKINGS. his'friends and neighbors of lower Dade HERE AND THERE. CORRESPONDENCE. now and the launch Pinta is now on the TOWN TOPICS.

will no doubt be.a welcome one. .. --r--- ways. -.

People as.They Come and Go People W.L. Widmeyer was down from Jupiter Scraps of News About This and That Interesting Items Gathered by Our A sister of Mrs. Josiah Sherman, of Local Happenings From Our Note

I nYou May or May Not Know. several days last week. and Different Things. Scribes Throughout the County. Tennessee is visiting her Riviera Book and From Other Source

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Attorney W. I. Metcalf returned Fri James Chambers, one of Linton's well A. W. Garnett brought a cargo of L1STCX LOCALS. .. J. D. Mathis is adding to the perch

day night from his trip up Indian River known citizens,paid this town a busi- those famous Hypolnxo melons to town ____,._ Mrs W. H. Sanders and childrenwere room, painting, and otherwise imps iv.

on legal business. ness visit Saturday. Tuesday, for sale to the local merchants. J. H. Moore, of Boca Ratone, was in visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Averyat ing his Clematis Avenue Supply'Store.

W. N. Hull, of the well known firm of Cullen Pence, Thos.- Neeley and the town Sunday '1fi o the Root cottage on the East Side
of laborers taken Charlie Charters'fine young colt, was
Quite a number were
Reynolds & Hull, of this town, is on a Freedlund Bras..were Boyntonians vis Friday.
this town last from this town last Sunday to he put on M. B. Lyman and family, of Lantana, badly injured at Lake Worth yesterdayby
visit to his mother whose home is in iting Saturday.C'rillIappersett'
the work at Miami clearing up groundsfor spent Sunday with L G. Lyman. Miss Maud Earnest, of Lantana, was lacerating its neck and shoulder a.,

Brooklyn, N. V. had quite a severe the soldiers expecte-1 to be encampedthere visiting friends here last Saturday and barbed wire fence.

- Hypoluzo was well represented in fall last Friday, resulting in a severe this week.Misconduct The family of W. J. Thornton entertained Sunday.

this town Tuesday by the Messrs J. M. friends from Boynton Sunday. Ben. Potter has put a shell walk trooad
of his shoulder and
sprain arm. The Della took Misses Susan and Rose
Harper, A W. Garnett, J. W. Porter and moves in cycles, so the 4 his lot at the corner of Poinsetta Stt.

J. Brown and sons. Josiah Sherman, of Riviera, has goneto municipal officers think. In the month Tomato crates are a minus... quantity Sanders as passengers Sunday from here and Clematis Ave., and is now patting

. Atlanta, where he owns some valuable of May not a case was before the Mayor, and the shippers are using bean crates to Jupiter. city water in his cottage.

Wesley M. Feath ely, Govt. officer of properties, on an important business June has piled up quite a docket and instead. I' Large shipments of pines are being

the sub-port of Miami, was a visitor to the month but half gone. In Mayor's Court Monday morning,
trip. forwarded from the different plantationsin
E. Chambers made
t J. a trip to Jack
Isom Best and Joe Somers were each
this ,
, town Monday and a welcome caller :
at THE SUN sanctum. Chas. P. Metcalf was one of those who The steamer Delia arrived Saturday, sonville last week. to seeabout'an enginefor this neighborhood.Geo. fined $10,00 and costs for fighting and

t took advantage of the cheap rates to returning Sunday to Indian River, his launch.-,f- '&W W. Sears is talking about going disturbing the peace on Sunday.,

Chas. Charters has not forgotten THE Jacksonville week to see the sightsof Capt. Matheson reports the river line as Not being able to secure a government down on the Bay and cropping some of

SUN boys' fondness for pineapples, and that city doing a good business handling. pineapples contract, work in the shipyard is his land there this coming season. Rev. Walker, of the M. E Church, U

this week kindly remembered them for the river growers. rather slack at pushing the work on the new church, so

with appreciated srmples from his field. F. A. Reynolds-of the firm of Rey- present. James H. Sutton, who has been con that it is, now nearly enclosed. The

nolds & Hull, is now in Key West, having Don't fail to attend the meeting oi the There was mutiny on board the good fined to his house for some four weeks. building, when completed will be a

Major M. E Gruber, wearied with official taken the firm's launch down thereto Home Guards tomorrow. It would not while in southern commodious place of worship
. ship "Trilby" waters, U again able to be around and improv
cares and unable to resist the low put it in comni ssion. speak well for this town to have the and of the returned rail.
one crew by ing in health fast.
rate to Jacksonville, started Tuesday company disbanded and the guns re N. W. Chase has been exercising his

morning on a trip to the State metropolis. J. W. Comstock is shipping some nice turned;}our presence may prevent it. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Linton and Mr. Mrs. John Houston and daughter, decorative talent in applying 'a, new
pines this week :front "What Cheer," dress of color to the Chase
property oo(
Hobbs came down from Boynton Sat Laura, who have been visiting relatives
the plantation south of town, owned; by Board did The has
The County School not meet Clematis Avenue. store room
and Della
urday returned Sunday afternoon.Will here, left Sunday on the steamer
Dr Whitehurst ,will look after the W E. Ripley, of Providence, R. I. Tuesday, as announced, but have postponed for their home up at Eau Gallie, Mrs.C. been ceiled, a new stairs constructed in.

Bicycle Hospital and assist Mr Capot in their usual session until tomorrow Starring can't forget his Linton from here side and other noticeable improvementsmade
C. Houston and
daughter
down the Market in the Capt U. D. Heudrickson, who left for
hiding
City
The is due
(Friday the
) friendr premises.
postponement at least certain ones. He came with them for a visit. on )
absence of the proprietor his vacation Key West recently with his fleet of going!
to the teachers' examination held at up from Miami Sunday morning and
trip. crafts, has his >,cht Gladys in commission Miami. Services next Sabbath at ,the Congregational
spent the day, returning to Miami In the The engine on Wednesday mornIng'sfreight
chartered to one of New York's big Church at the usual hours:,
Mrs. Will Whidden returned last evening. must have had a poor spark-ar-
daily papers. ..._ The Slate of Florida has 3,267 milesof 'Sunday School at io a.,in.; preaching at
night from a visit-to her"-old.home in rester, or none at all, for it set some
'' *- railroads the value-of which with ,
,
LiiDa beans still in demandin
are good I i a. m.,. ,subject-"The. Holy Spirit1!
F. L. of the Lake's ten fires the west side
South Carolina.: 6tie Lake Worth Harney, one most eight or going on ,
says rolling stock, is $18,317,323,57; State the northern market, and Deacon Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.,. subject.
cannot b? but for summer living, real progressive and popular young pineapple of the track and caused all hands from
taxation, $96,160,69; county taxation at Rowan and Deputy Sheriff Burton are 'True Friendship"-Prov.. 18:, 24 aDd
comfort and good health. growers, left Tuesday for a visit at up on the Ridge; to turn out and fight
say ii mills, $201,479,65, which does not able to contribute largely to tlie supply; Mark 5:' 1519. Evening, Worship at
the home of his family at Foribsant Re- { them. At this writing (Wednesday
include municipal levies, rate. of valuation and they get good sized checks return.It .
Franklyn Sheen, County Surveyor, serve, a suburb of St. Louis. afternoon) they have been gotten under 7:30.
mile of railroads
returned last week from Pompano, I I. per $5,623. without their done
has been suggested that we petition control having very Glen G. Strohm is making some

; where he has been engaged more or less The man who has'enemies amounts. to Two young fellows from North Carolina "Uncle Henry" to enlarge the freight much damage and it is to be hoped marked improvements in the interior

for some time past looking after his something. He is a live man. He i is a for they will not break out again. of his fixtures. Jai
are to be tried at Jacksonville house here as the one we have is not arrangement store .

property interests: in that section. fighter. People do not kick at a corpse. lesertion, with a probable sentence of a large en)l1,;hiitet the fcq\Jinm..ts F. Hopgood is the artist in charge of the
A live float A fire started in the Riviera neigh-
man can against a currenta up
I ihshouorable discharge. But it is not work, which is sufficient to guarantee
+ :>f the shippers Many crates of pineapple
Mr. and Mrs. Me F, Porter have con fl ats down without hindrance. borhood, east of the track, Sunday, and
corpse safe to bet on the sentence of a court : andeget.hirs are piled on the that whatever is done will be up to date
eluded their stay on the Lake and have BKs-i enemies. You should tor a timt the Flagler house and pine
your love martial iu times with to and in form. No boquets,thank
war power platform for want of room inside. 0, proper
left for Key Largo where Mr. Porter them. They make life worth living.Jjurnal .- sheds and the Rivera hotel were in dander -
.sentence to be shot.-Tampa Times.M. no! we have no use tor an agent. you, Jim!
anticipates putting out a fine fruit groveon of Commerce. J and later, the Knowles, Melton and

the valuable property he owns on that. I E. Spencer is busily engaged this -S--- Gildersleeve cottages and the Sherman R. J., Robinson, a well known, colored

Key. Messrs Pence, Chase and Free>!lund week at Lake Worth in giving the machinery : JUNO JINGLES. residence north of Riviera but, at,last accounts ferryman of the Lake, was tried before a

J tlrud were well known Boynton citizens on the j I of Dr. Potter's well known -..' the fire had passed them all by Justice of the Peace yesterday morning
, ? Mrs. John Omweg who have
train Northbound Tuesday morning. .launch a complete cleaning and over- The past week has been extremely and was burning up in the neighborhood on a charge of assault and battery on
the erection of their
recently completed Miami Mr. Pence was enrdbte to Indiana for a : :hauling. Assisted by Mr. Chas. Redt- quiet but Juno still remains at the head of the Diiaick, Lainhart and Pitts the person of Martha, Romeo. He was
home at of ThirdSt.
cottage corner
and Ave. D., are visiting in West visit to his old home; Mr. Freedlund, was !i ,fer, who is an expert with the brush, of the Lake.M. and Capt. John Haley's West Side plan bound over to the.County Court in the

bound for Michigan on a similar mission, j ,the cabin will be tations. \Ve have learned of no houses sum of $200. Not giving bond he was
Palm Beach this weeks Mr. Omweg has artistically re-painted P. Cain has purchased a horse and

just completd the purchase of anotherlot while Mr. Chas was going to Jacks..m.l.'ilIe 1 .and: the boat put in first class condition buggy and can now ride as well as walk being burned by the fire, although, be- taken to Juno, jail. v
\ to enjoy the festivities of the week ; sides those mentioned, the Holmes cot- -
in Miami, one located opposite the in every particular. when he goes from home.
there. The one of the Whilldin cot
largest
depot up __ .., tage and one or two other small houses
east of the track were in serious dangerat tages is now nearing completion. The
Miss Bailey, the sister of our esteemed
notices familiar
THE six man several Children's Day.
J. N. Parker was from his farm Bailev has time. How this fire started we painters are at work on the outside and
up names in the: list of Florida soldiers as -,.. citizen, H. C. been confined one
Tuesday, and as pleased as are all of his published i1l1.he Times-Union and Citizen Last Sabbath was Children's Day at to the house the past week sufferingfrom have not yet learned. the lathers and plasters are at work,on
inside walls and The four
the ceilings.
neighbors over the unexpected field of .
} a sprained ankle. -
of Sunday.Among others were I the Congregational Church of this
his pine field this season. He, with the Tampa'Boy / attractive houses of six rooms each-
Harry Flood, Co. A; C. 0. Davis, place. The church was beautifully decorated A on War.Frank
rest, has been agreeably disappointed cor-I' George Zapf, of Palm Beach, was withus fronting on Clematis Ave., are practically
poral, and Chas. R. Gailliard.H. B. I for the occasion with palms
both in the quantity of fruit and the two days the past week shipping his Stnaatonthe bright genius of completed, one of them, in fact, oc
borough and Prank Waters, privates, of I :and flowers. A full choir rendered appropriate -
returns for them. He is also cupied. The one nearing completion is
satisfactory pines. preparing twenty the Atlanta Constitution, says a certain
music the exercisas.
Co. G. and A. of during
John Harp Co. K., all and finest house in town-a
the
of land for largest
acres sugar cane. Tampa youth wrote the following letterto
Adams of the First Regiment of Florida.W The following program was substantially I fourteen room structure with beautiful
*Geo. S. left town Tuesday carried one of his boy friends, and there may

morning on an outing and business tripE out: Capt. G. W. Herring was in town sev- truth than in its view of the Lake from its east and south

combined, bound for McRae, Ga. At H. Allen, one of St. Augustine's Recitation.................. The Day of the Lord," eral days last week, engaged during his be more poetry application porches on both floors. On the lot just
most, active workers in Knights of Pyth Miss Gussie Moffatt. to some cases:
Eau Gallic he will be joined by Mrs. j stay on the registration books, returningto across the street and south from this one
ias circle in that city, is LOW !located txerc: l'ie.' .... "Children's Prague; and Offering," "My pa has gone to fight the Span-
Adams and little daughter and together his home at Jupiter Saturday morn. the ground is being broken for the
temporarily on the Lake, assisting in the Ci.issof G iris iards, and there ain't been IJO row at our

r they will visit Jacksonville\ and then overhauling of the steamer Biscayne, ,I.Song........... ........ .. t mong the Trees,'' ing house since he left. Ma says peace was foundation of another, a finer, but not
Savannah, Brunswick and Sylvauia, Mary lady n'IJ Gr.ric: II.ltLlt"ct quite so large a house as the last one
i declared when be went. An
b longing o the F E. C. Ry. While J. B. Isler was at tht court house Saturday pa-be
Georgia : .li.m........... .. ....."The Children's: Ace wrote home and said be 'thanks God for mentioned. This will make eight stores
here the local Knights are haunt, the his homestead. .
| on Jud.is
'I'Ipea"ure proving up
Edith Hei.a. and six houses in all erected m this
: of his ad the benefit I war, as now he'll have a holiday; and
Richard Hone, whose pineapple crop company fr x'C.'se..... ..... ?.........."Home Builders," now a land owl er and has a cage builton town by Mr. Whilldin so far thi syear.
suffered with the rest last January, las of hs: assistance and experience: at thtir I Gilda Happersett. 3J>ra Caldwell l his property, and from all we can he hopes that war will last ten years,

(. already had returns from ninety four weekly sessions. Lily Lauthcr and Flora CatdwelL learn, the bird he hopes to secure will and then end so far from home that he 5.The .

crate, netting him 52.50 per crate and Song..... ............?..?..."Building Day by Day," come from Jupiter. can't get back; and when ma read that Literary Club.
I stilt ha: seventy-two crates shipped and Th Messrs. Ckas. H. and Dale Miller, The School.Recitation."Foolish. I she said, Amen They gees on this an'S. i

.to bear; from. Mr. Hone \erykindly J. M and Frank Ro',vley and Chas. E. Builders'' Can it be that some one is taking advantage way. But I guess if pa was killed she'd The Literary Club met last

I and Tom Earnest h' been Stanley Moffatt. Walter Haugh Harry of the dry weather and setting Thursday at 3 p. m. at the Club House
left his card at THE Sux office in the 1 i ve scooting put on returning for him, and make out
a-ound is end of Sirkin. Charles Gruber Elaine Burk- fires in the muck? Fire has been and enjoyed the following program:
shape of a generous supply of our favorite t Dade County in a I hardt and Louis Burkhardt. raging like she was sorry. Men is curious but
I mysterious manner for some weeks. If! south of the canal for the past two days, curiouser and neither Quotations from Emerson's Essay on
womes one
fruit. Exercise?....?....?.?.............?"" se Builders,"
this trio of brothers-Miller Bros.. Rowliy ', Mary CaUhvell, Auuie !Lauther and it looks as if it is the intention of knows more'n they orter know."-Tarn- "Experience," in response to roll call.

Arthur Griffin, of MCLlennv, Flat Bros and Earnest Bros.-should {I Grade Moffatt, Flora Caldw elL some one to burn the whole country. pa Times. .. Recitation on the prelude poem of

connected with the Griffiin. Nurseries of 'I light long in oue place it is opined that Song................................"Lily of the Valley," .. "Experience"-Miss Moses.

that place is in lon this week and will the dirt of Dide would sure> fly high Exercise.................. ....?....?"Little Builders Capt. Burrows has gone to Jacksonville Lake Worth Home Guards, Attention! Reading from "Experience" by Mrs.

probably secure a cottage here and send somewhere. T"ES"Nhas'ts eagle eye Bessie Waters and Annie Lauther. to be treated by his doctor, his ..
of the
for his parents to come down here to on these joung men. Recitation..... .??.......?"ye Are My Friends*' health not being of the best for the past A special meeting will be held i in Lau Allen, and discussion same by

make their home. Mr. Griffin expectsto I Harry Sirkin, Charles Grub.T Baby month or so. Will Collins is now at- thers Hall on Friday, June 17th, at 3. p. the Club, all limited to forty-five min-

establish a branch of the business in There are 1395,27 mile* of telegraph MoSfatt Helter, Mina C.ldwell, tending to the chain "in Capt. Burrows' m. All members who signed bond for utes.

which he land his brother are engaged, lines io Florida, valued by the State Cilua Happersett Russell, Walcer Hand.C' and absence and reports the Della again making guns and received one, are requested to bolo, "Bells of Seville"-Wm. F.

at .this point. board $230,844,50; telephone lines, etc, Recitation...?..........?.........Mrs.W. H. Sanders. her regular trips.MAXGOXIA attend this meeting.J. Armstrong.Discussion of Queries by the Club led
valued by county assessors at $6.000 P. MCKENNA, Capt.
; Recitation _.....?........... .......?..Burke Barman. .. -- the Committee.
Capt. T. J. Hardee, Dade County's efficient difference on account of fractions of June 14, 1898. by Query

and collector The exercises were well rendered, and MUTTERIXGS. .. Music-Several selections from the
tax
popu'ar : was a dollars. $8.55. making an aggregate val- .
I .,
visitor in this town Tuesday on his way uation of 1236,853,05. The lines of the the interest manifested by the children Mrs. D. H. Brelsford left yesterday re .ephone, by Frankldner.Refreshments .
indicated much More dry weather than anything else
clearly how they
to Cocoanut Grove where he his some International Ocean Telegraph appreciated served the
Companyare by
in this 'icinity.John morning ra visit to her mother, an were
the efforts made on their behalf, \
business matters requiring his attention. y valued at $143,195; those of the aged lady of 85 years; living in Bellbrook, Committee.
this their Children's
Capt. Hardee has been kept closely at Western Union at 144.452, and the on own Day. Carney's houseboat was out on :JO. Mrs. Brelsford was accompanied as Bouquets. '.

his official desk at Juno ever since last South Florida Telegraph Company at Gale & Co's ways the first of the week far as Jacksonville by her son, E. M. Quotations from "Self Reliance," to

Christmas and the opportunity to visit 132,260. I Siz Sr: os for: JSis 3RA. is back in the in the week;*' '"
but water good order Brelsford. be explained following
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:, g i THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PAt BEACH FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1898.

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GUARDS little as developed at the Executive
II THE HOME ,
) toy/fit OCr.apttaI! inn. .g Committee meeting last week: Cocoanut '

II! ; The experience of so many localities Grove stood solid for pri- .

that hare formed companies: of for : '
I I ] maries; St. Lucie's proxy was
L1 rttj
t'-: GUY I. METCALF.. '., EDITOR: Home Guards is being repeated in primary; Jupiter precinct was for New a Goods *

r j; West Palm Beach. Lack of attend- primary; Lake Worth so far as its : Spring

JIEMRER OF ance at company drill has brought representative had been able to ascertain . . ",-
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11; j : Florida Press Association. about a condition-not a theory: by inquiry, and by -expressions : . _: . -

.. and, briefly stated, it Li this: of his constituents, was favorable "
r :; AFFILIATED NVITII. i: Fur & Co.
When hundred were solicited Koto hgott
one guns to primary; Miami was for con- 0 o
National Editorial Association
and secured it was expectedthat vention and Fort Lauderdale, whose o ,

I 'fi ti1 at, least one-half, if not more, i proxy was held by Miami's representative . .

i t j SUBS CRIP1 ION: of the company would be present at was declared favorable ,to Millinery and Clothing House in the State, have in
'tJ. //I Ij and Goods Carpet,
.', ... .... .... .... The Leading Largest Dry Foreign and Domestic
I j One Tear,In advaneft, ? ? $2.00 drill. The services of experienced of New Spring Goods, including
1 every convention; Lemon City wcs not stock, and are daily receiving large quantities Nainsooks Prints
< Checked ,
li i jI Six Months,In advance 11.00 White India Linens,
Goods
in tactics were Dress Goods Silks, Organdies, Fancy Wash ,
military ,
men represented either by committeeman at our Popular Low
Three .. offered
k. ; Months.In advance COVCIUSHIB Hats Etc., which are now
..1 """'J_ offered and in the Cap- : Hosiery, Notions, Laces, Embroideries, Straw Dress Goods, Linens, Hosiery -
"I patriotically but inasmuch the such Silks
'"'I I oj. ;. ..._ or proxy, as com- Prices. A large quantity of goods are imported direct by us. as
; tain and Lieutenant the company mitteeman the to the and Samples cheerfully sent on application.
I ; 0 was delegate Organdies.
; ITERT THCJUPAT AT, WElT nui'HACH.DAOSCOtnrtT. of Goods at as low prices as
t competent and To our Wholesale Trade, we offer a large and complete line Spring
have
t : FLORIDA.C3TX&XD exceptionally last County Convention, and wus : and the usual Cash D the
; any house in the United States Liberal Terms counfe"jtojkkSS
1 ; thorough officers, men who with the gentleman who introduced the patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring them that we possible -

,: : AT THE POST OFFICK IS WEST PALMBBACH the regularity of clock-work, have resolution pledging the party to prices .
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laid aside their personal
k nominations by primary at the next; Gents' Furnishings
iI ,, h fairs and have been on hand to give election, it would be but fair to assume We are showing a large and elegant line Clothing, ; -

'. Pioneer PaperofDade County,nnd the Oldest and to Window Shades Lace Curtains, Trunks,
freely of.their time experience that he represented the preference Carpets, Matting, -
: l 'Publication on the East Coast of
< tl f; Florida between Tltnsville bring the company np to a state of of his constituents in so doing; Etc., at Low Prices. L
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and Key West. 'fulnessand familiarity in the manual T T T T T T T T T T T T "1TTTT'n'T T
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'J C ,i Best;. Advertising' Medium on .the. halt Coast ments. Reducing this analysis to figures it "Kohn Furchgott & Co.,
I I 0" of Florida. One the members of the ,
1j by oue shows plainly that the entiment
I 1"t If
f .' company have dropped out, until four for Fla
I ItJ 0 was precincts primaries : Jacksonville ,
I ij 0 DON'FORGET_ THE MASS MEETINGat now there are not enough who at- against two for convention, with the 10-21-97 ,

"I the Club House Saturday afternoon tend regular semi-weekly 'drill to seventh precinct not represented but r

i : : to decide on primaries or convention make it worth the effort of the officers its committeeman, the introducer of

; :. to continue: their services. The the movement of primaries at
,
i ..i """ matter has resolved itself into this
I the last Convention, and presumably ....
I CLAY AND HERNANDO COUNTIES question: Can a reasonable attendance familiar and in harmony with the

( I' f' have'fallen into line and will Dominate be secured or shall the company wishes of his constituents.The DEALERs

t S II.:: by primaries this year. With disband and the guns be sent back? question may arise-How do m. E. G UBE ... HARDWARE.

: but very few exceptions the Conntiet Certainly, with the governmentunable other counties feel about this:: ques

a : of Florida have decided to let tlu( to properly equip its volunteers tion. This can best be answered by t'

t people, by direct vote, say who their with guns, it would not be right to stating that such stalwart old coun- and Crockery

I It!j t :, party nominees shall be. retain, unused, even for drilling ties us Aluchua, Orange, Leon and .

I, I 0 Ii 0 1ti practice, one hundred guns so sadly Jefferson and all others not dominated \ Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns.

it :0 PRIMARY NOMINATES are Demo needed by- the government- today.It bv.. rings: whose retention in \ _" =eAl x'rA Fp: OW.W --.==-= All Kinds of Boat Coods.

'. ,: i cratic in the full sense 0; the word. does not seem reasonable to think power depends on adherence to the Stores,Tinware, Doors,Sash a: :3llads.

They mean that the voters have the that with the number of young men convention. system, have fallen in All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting 3oo&v

::1 1; t opportunity tony whom they want in West Palm Beach and adjacent line and have adopted what seems ., Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stores.

1 $ I I communities who could arrange to to be the nearest approach to true = : Harrison Bros.' Ready Mixed Paints.
them in
to serve office. Nine time
f, I'' 1\ out of ten their choice t:xpressed in give at least a few hours once or democracy the nearest method of '- X Iall Orders Given. Prompt .ttentlon. II-7.',

) twice a week to military drill, when ascertaining the direct voice and .
i : primary is more in their own inter.
: i + est' than by convention methods. the exercise itself is so valuable, the wishes of the individual voter. LEGAL NOTICES: :

\i guns would l>e allowed to be sent It might (be well to call the attention PROFESSIONAL CARDS I I II ,

dl\!\ back through lack of proper intereston ot those interested to the fact

dla a 11 THE VOLU COUNTY RECORD is the part of members of the com- that all the expenses of a primaryare I. METCALF, O JOTICE OF APPLICATION POP Vhf! ;.

1 i p authority for the report that Gover pany. borne [by the candidates for \V. ? l' DISCHARGE. "

nor W. D. Bloxham is to be a can Iij. Capt. McKenna has called: a meeting office-not by the tax payers. The ATTORNEY AT LAW. YOUKNOW Notice is hereby given that Six Months alter,
,i I j.It j. NOTARY PUBLIC.Will this date I shall apply to tbe Comty Judge of.,-
: date for Senatorial honors, to succeed for to-morrow to consider this ,
..*.. last legislature: r.cled after careful practice in County,Stale and Federal! Dade County,Florida,for final discharge from:
'
F I': 'Pasco. The contest for success- very question and it behooves the :deliberation! and provided the machinery Courts.LAND the administration of the Estate William! H.

on&lpjo Senator PaS o's sea t promisekto'be citizens of the Lake to attend and to I for carrying out the wishesof Office CASES TUOPICIL A SPECIALTY.SirN Block, I Parkin,late of Dade County deceased.

'anything but a walk-over consider this important matter. To those who thought the preferenceof West Palm Beach Dade County, Horlda. That the I KATE B.Administratrix PARKIV -

for any one of the several proposed get guns again, if once given up. the individual ,"oterhouJcl be West Palm Beach, Flan February 24 ISgi f

-candidates... ""'" would be practically impossible. To considered in saying who should be GEORGE M. ROBBIXS.& GRAHAM WALTER S. GJUII.or.1 CO., I EQnitablo t Lifo i iof I ....

i hold them and not use them for the party nominees rather than placingit ROBBINS I

UNDER THE LAW IT is EASY to pro: purpose intended would be manifestly entirely in the huids of a handfulof ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, The Dade County State Bank

i 1 vide against the necessity of second unfair to the government. delegates: and uulftis THE SUN is Will practice all the (courts Mate" and

primaries, in case of a' tie vote, by Attend to-morrow's meeting and mistaken in the sentiment of the perfecting Fetler*!. special land titles facilities for examining and Net York I r Palm Beach, Florida.
voters (.f Dade's Democracy convention \>e have closed our West Palm Beach office
adopting a rule giving the Executive say what you think should be done. Any business from the Lake Worth section or
system will be relegated, for northern part ol Dade Courty should" referred Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .
Committee power to elect. one year at least to give the people, either to our Titusville or Miami office Wrote Over I ,
I j; In such a case they can't go' far through the primary, a chance to be and will receive proper attention. Up Capital
PRIMARY OR CONVENTION? Titusville,Bm ard County and Miaul Dade
astray from the wishes of the peo heard in the selection of party nom County, Florida. 10-21-07 $15ooooooo.ooNew _____ $15,000.k'

t"t, 'pl whichever, candidate they may Saturday's meeting, called by the inees. OFFICERS:
'
FRANK W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL.
name. This answers one of BrevardCounty' County Executive Committee of the SATURDAY MEETING. ; Insurance E. N. DIMICK, President.U. .

f i I Ii objections, and the only Democratic; party, means not a littleto pOPE & CAMPBELL, I D. HENDRICKSON, VicePresident.GEO. .

one we l have heard from the The following is the call for Democratic I L. BRANNING Cashier.
people. the future of the Democatic partyin ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA W. During I ,
Public in the
Meeting several
1 """ Dade County. Not that the ques- 111 East Bay Street,
WE "\Vb, precincts of Dade, as ordered by the 1897. I Branch Office at West Palm l Besel)
HAVE BEES ASKED ) ad- tion of primaries or convention i is of 8-3-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.: II
County Executive Committee last
vocates convention nominationsover such vast importance in itself, but week: I Office Hours From io a. m. to I p. m.

primaries?" We answer, that tne question presents itselfArethe DEMOCRATIC :MEETI C. H.C.. 11000, M. D, Has Now I General Banking Businsss Transacted

there are some honest adherents to wishes of the people when expressed I
A meeting of the duly qualified vo- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I Collectioll8promptly remitted on day of
1 convention methods, but we venture by their duly elated delegates ters of Precinct No. 2 will be held Life Insurance in receipt Drafta bought and sold on the principal
o to say that the majority of those in convention assembled: to be in the Club House at West Palm Office and Residence near Royal Poindana citlw of the United States 4-30-97
rI Beach on Saturday afternoon at 2 Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12-1-97: I '
I supporting convention nominations set aside, because, foresooth, ole of o'clock, June iSth, to vote on the Force ofOver f

i are either manipulators question of whether candidates for
'I < r the Executive Committeeprefers con AV. PUG1I, 31. D.,
Clematis Avenue
.. those having axes to grind, and are vention to primary'Are ? County offices shall be nominatedas .
usual, by convention
j or adopt
\i. .1. afraid,to have the people turn the not delegates, elected by direct the primary system? PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office 950000000.00

,,; grindstone. Political; wire-pullers vote of the Democrats the (County, And also to vote on the questionas in rear of Dimick's Drug Store. Supply StoreWest -::
tlesidence-Went
to whether or not the Executh.eCommittee SIde of Olive Street, 3 Doors
i I f' can easier fool, the people by slate- entrusted with the conduct of theparty's shall be instructed to -- South of Clematis A\enue. Ana Has

; ,. making in convention, than by submission political affairs and empow- the delegate to attend the appoint 3-20 'JO( WEST I'ALM BEACH, FLA. .".- Palm Beach, Florida,

I \. t' ij to the honest judgment oft ered to pass upon questions of i State and Congressional Conventions a J. D. MATHIS, Proprietor.
I\\ ? ,
B. POTTER M. D.,
I .the people themselves.PINEAPPLES party policy, are they not suffi- As other business of importancewill TJ.. SurplusOver (Successor U Braanlng't Bakery aid Greet,,Ct)
(: cent when unanimousvote be ughtbefore this,meeting !
authority, by 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAT My Motto-"Quick Sales and Small Proflu.'
r 1JI ARE certainly they declared that the next a large afleHdance is requested. !
a
paying Per orcSfvof the Democratic''Executive -
o : crop this year. One nf our Lake County officers should be nominatedby Committee. A. PUGH, $48,000,000. I Bakery Goods and

I growers, a gentleman not long in primaries, to settle the questionfor J. A. McDo Chairman.E. ALD. I Family Groceries

the business, is receiving returns on the guidance of the Executive__ > H. DIMICK, Crown and Bridge DENTIST.Work a Specialty. .....My Specialty.Goods .
,his this week Committee ? Precinct Committeeman.UP l
I shipments Thirty- Local Anaesthetic used in Extraction
1 seven boxes of fruit, averaging:: 36 THE SUN has yet to see one single of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yIn of delivered free to any part
1 Teeth Extracted Without Pain. the City or across the Lake.
t to the crate netted him $93. protest against the action of the UNTIL 1888 the southern part OF 'ICE-4th Door from Cor Clematis Ave. I AU Orders
and Olive Rt. Given Prompt Attention.
of Dade furnished
: The returns that all the shippers are last County Convention in unanimously the Representative 7-2-9G WEST PALM REACH FLORIDA. the World Goods First.Class and Fresh. Highest
and
I moat:: all the County officers.In .
I getting are very good, and the fruit voting, as it did, to submit 1890 the plan of alternating in prices paid for country produce.

; that runs 36 and 42 to the crate nominations hereafter to the people the naming of Democratic candidates L.T. DANIEL; Any One Contemplating ; Buy of we and I will ave you money. 6KJ7QITY

I :. ; brings as good returns this year as themselves in primaries. The last for the legislature was inaugurated DENTIST. Insuring His.I I
.
24 and 30 to the crate did I last year. I onvention was reason enough for a by giving Palm Beach the '
candidate that In 1892 Miami COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLORIDA. 1-2(5-83: Her BAUDGlt SUOII ,
year. 01' Life
This is indeed encouraging! to those change and when the delegates there
furnished the candidate. In
t' I\ growers whose fruit was stunted by assembled declared for a change in 1894 St. Lucie precinct, the extreme WA,,LACE K. MOSES, Should Write to the I I I First Door South of the Post Office.

i the cold wave of last January methods for future nominationstheir northern! one. was recognized. In I Easiest Chairs and Best
I i 1898; the nominee wa.from Cocoanut Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. Equipped Shop in Town.
1 \ ,, dictum was accepted without, -
i Grove, the southern prelinct. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 6-gtf MILO COOPER, Prop"'
ALL DEMOCRATS to
our knowledge one single
WHO CARE ,
any pro- fur Palm Beach Town
West
The application of the rule and the Agent Lots, also
thing for.the perpetuity of the : West Palm Belch Water Works.
t par twt.Xov spirit of fairness should give thisI NOTARY PUBLIC. COUPON.
I ty's future in D'ide County should to analyze the situation a I art o! Dade; the man this year. Clematis Avenue, near Olive street. M. D. L. DODSON.
5-21-97 West! Palm Be:ich, Florida.
:attend the, public meetings in the -- PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager, '

several precincts of Dad, called for U. S. WEATHER BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. GUY I. METCALP The Equifable Life of N.Y.,
,next Saturday That date promises
1 a to be the beginning of a hard JUPITER, FLA., June 13 1898. NOTARY PUBLICFor Jacksonville, Florida. Miami, Florida.
Weather Report for the week ending June 12, 1898. Barometer correctedfor the State of Florida at Large. 3-28-5.
struggle in this l between I would like
County to
J temperature and elevation. 8 A.M. and S P.M. observations. 75th meridian Deeds, Mortgages Leases and Contracts receive an example -

I those' who seek to commit the party, time. Comparative temperature for the years 1896, 1897 and iSgS.a ). Dratted.Conveyancing a.Specialty.All of your NEW POLICY SEUl:: OLE BARBER SHOP
body and soul into the hands of Work Guaranteed Legally Correct. .
those who have seen fit to I ;..... DIRECTION ANDVELOCITY \ > :;.0 ; t TEDtCPEb3_____1TUR:L.. Office in TROPICAL Sex Bloik. adapted to my age.I D. M.GEACHIDEAC, Manager
'
operate =
r :: ;: -z I-lS9. I 1 17. I ls9b.!
.
a I West Palm Beach, Dade County, Florida. FIRST CLASS
;; WORKSew
public affairs only in the interest of y I < .:< .7... STATE of I I [ TONSORIAL
a favored but powerful tew.and)those "-r-: :>: OF WIND. :j:II'" :0 G 3; i _'s=: WEVTHER.i:29 IX I I :X: y; I:.- :.;.0... :;.0 :;.0 .i.. I:;.0 I .>.. was born on the...........day of Faro it ore-EyerythlnR Seat
:::: :;,-. i- : : : : : FRANKLIN HEEX. GSO. O. BUTLER.
I who insist that true :._:':. Ha. I J *32! I I:1;_ ;_ .;:; : & BUTLER. I I and Clean. x :
Democracymeans m fs P m.i .2\ ..c. .x Shop under Seminole
1- a,proper consideration of the :'" I I { :;:; I I "r i -I SHEEN I ...................................18......... Hotel.West Palm Beach. Via
: S ;';|IX t;...O'!'|xn..,101X| tI!)1 .001|Partly cloudri j50'ini, aII/jiNh+K17 tlxllx317:>>;1'IU SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
r rights of the common people as well !! 3000iXE.ONrt: ......10NE| ...LTI| .OUiClt; >ar..l 78 lii$!-117fSl! ; l.i'OIN/HINO, -
/
; : aathoseof others better nbte to insist a 43OWISE..111E..UMSL..141 gO 0-1IS"; ? 071 E......It1joE..l:I aj .OO.UOClear.I Clear...............?.?.?._..17,17MjiMM!\ 11771Ki7.iIMUK417; :>>>>17SO''I-t17kIJoll/X1! ,' NSIIS-lIU,7J! / 17.iM, Lands legally Office at subdivided West Prim and Beach maps fur Name........................................
tl :29x I ......UiIE..09P..i'i I .0;;/Cloudy...._...._ 6I,:; : 771, +2 M4174,7t nished. Selecting and grading lands, beating Acetylene Gas.
; upon and secure every right to 61MNW..UiX.,091\.Yt| I I .(N'Clea', ?...__..?.. :>i =>>IS/CiSI7JIR-l// : / 79$474 75* and estimating timber a dpecialtv. Careful -
I That! oaX| W._04I.N! t.l0ISE.{ .171 .OoiCiear....,...._._ 7-t7 / and correct work guaranteed. All
i. ctmJition'of | | KI | ; l 74 NOIX4 communications Throwaway and
them belonging. The M|I aUUSIu6 l ..... |NhIOIvE.1M 1 .UUlfllear..j7JI7nM.ifM176IM171I76INd(, :' | | ,! ; | | | / "' ;: 7/0/ by mall receive prompt atten- I Address.................................... use Acetylene Gas your the kerosene lamps of
93OU-j| .0tiISE.I0IE.UI[ .O. iPartly | + .-u; > : tion. Maim and Blue Print at Lowest Prices. coming light
Cloudy7NKO! :"|77HJ i iSI/ti
affaire in Dade llj611 -
well |
{/ public are too 10/g0/ (''iS...._ OUS! ..._. E..2O| TIClear.._.... ...._iwi two MTiT-1 iVi OpH.i\j i17s1SlSl 3lJo1U WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 11-7-95: I 10-21.97 the 2oth century. We are prepared to
l l 11 SO 14 S..... .... J
+ |
( .O I 09ISE..l| .1I;'
understood her citizens to need | h.ir..I' :!I 7I ) | put in
7iIM01M416,176!
plants for
t by :12130 16IsE..liil| '". ..UISE-.thl .0..I.hnr.__........,1M.1MOjssI7M1Mas4: | 77s01M417lI7M, < | : private parties! at reasonable -
further i f
any oJ.Y..CIOSK; Observer Wither qrea". Subscrtbe r The Sun, Try THE SUN for Job Work. I store and get estimate -

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-TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALS BEACH; FLOEIDA,'THURSDAY,- JUNE 16, 1898. 3

I

ODD FELLOWS. If yeti are thinkinfof..iryigating,t. year track 'Tans,

Our IRR'ld'e- f'PT-li.O"N' pineapple field"br orange grove, send me size of are*
]Member Shoold Be Familiar With "the 'ri\ SpriQ, you wish to cover and full information of what you
Law of the Order-Notes. want and I will b."glad 'to furnish''all information

ado It is a good thing for the membership to desired and give estimate of, cost ; r'" .,
study the'law, and each member should Styles.! .
strive to know the law bafot for the J/G. CHRISTOPHER
of raising'questlons.and provok. '. -
purpose ..
KNIGHTS ,OF PYTHIAS. ing wrangles over the law, but for the FOP,.ffletfs Wear _2 achinery and Mill Hupplies

purpose of applying the law to the growthand Irrigating\ "Machinery a Specialty. : ->. < .
Commander of the Uniform Bank In New advancement of the principles of the "'
Are all in. The largest and handsomest id-ars JACKSONVILLE.1rLORIDA..
York-Helmet Gllata. order and for the maintenance of peace
line of Woolens in the South. 'Best work, "
in the Fellows'
and lodge.-Odd
Brigadier General Charles A. Lutton of prosperity t ,.. ..
Amsterdam commanding the Now York Herald. best finish best fit and lowest prices. Suits I -- -
-
: 9 Miami Florida
brigade, uniform A complaint against a member in a Re- to order, $12.00, $3-so, $15.00 $16.00, on Bar'Bscaynet

most rank,enthusiastic is ono of the bekah in a subordinate lodge can be lodge.made in open lodge as >/ $is.oo, $20.00. $22.50, $25.00 and' up.j I iB'0.t.e l :MI laml The Most Southern'Railroad' Point ia

and energetic Odd Fellowship might well be' termed y/ p ANTS-.75, $3.00$3.50; $4:00, $5.00 J the United States.

Pythians in the organized unselfishness. It is continually $6xo $7.00 and up. Accommodations for 200 Guests. :'Hotel Homelike and Coalfoitable.trt6.9 .

r order. General the asking the question, "If anyone knowsof S." GRAHAlil Propribfdr.t .

r' Lutton prime mover was in a sick brother or a brother in distress?" MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank sent ., .L ... c .
Its whole business is "to help one another. on
application.
organization ." '. ..

of Austin. 14 diviCclon.iNo. of- The wheels that have been circulatedfor Tailor f"/; PE'&.McLAUI1J LI JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA,
I Amsterdam and the benefit of the Old'Folks' home In The Popnlar-Pric"e ; L
was chosen herald Illinois have brought in the neat sum of LIVY I


u t3 ti! ant.and later Since lieuten then $611.36.The work of raising funds for an I. O. 13 Mail St., Jactal,' Fla. Fruits and 'Pt cl'u e
'' 7
1884 he has stead- 0. F. home in Indiana is being steadily .
ed A. LDTroy. fly advanced in pushed by the Rebekahs of that jurisdic *
the uniform rank. He was made adjutantof tion. The total contributions at last report c' We do Dyeing, Cleaning Repairing Altering and Pressing. r -28-97 Commission Merchants

the Second regiment in 1888! and upon amounted to 138812. _
the death of Colonel James R. Dowsland Vice president of the Illinois assembly,
was made colonel. ,In 1891 he held the Effie A. Glazier, is doing goad work in Fancy Grades of utters arid Cheese-

encampment of the Second regiment in looking after the interests of weak and ", .
Amsterdam. This was the first encampment dormant Rebekah lodges. This is better We Solicit Your Buslnt5S.We -
of the uniform rank In New York '
than working to organize new lodges especially ;
only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not fill orders'from Consumers-taw
state Mr. Lutton was elected brigadier -
when done at the cost of membership "
-
.,-.. should from their home aeal rS. Wall
general, the highest rank in the state,at to oldLydia lodges. .-it I I, _', ,, <. buy ..' .., ," .., ., ..'
Albany in January 1894. '
M. Poet has started the Rebekah
Special rates have been approved for the wheels goingin'Michiganand hopes thereby .. ,, __ .. .. ''','

supreme encampment by the railway to add considerable to the L O. O. F. .. s IT TTiflFTIT New **oase; best Accommodations on the
agents at Indianapolis Aug. 2$29. home fund. '. : ( T
F'RE"'CO': : East CoaSt; table 1irst Myrtle Leaf lodge of Philadelphia is 80 HI ,
Queen Esther Rebekah lodge at Altus, "lllrl JLilJ
U convenience and comfort hot' and cold
years old, has 270 members and invested Ark., has assessed each brother 50 cents ;
y funds and properties worth $15,657. and eaeh sister 25 cents for the benefit of baths; modern improvements;_ in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto

The big parade of the uniform rank of the home.P. the Inlet;;fish and oysters in abundance.

the Knights of Pythias during the encampment O. P. Julius H. Raible of Alton e .'

next August, will take placeon made the liberal donation of $100 to tho Terms J>:Iod rs.trlJ..L.JENSEN ;.
the 23d. Ins expected that there will Illinois Old Folks' home. EAST COAST
be folly 85,000 men In line and it will be :
Proprietor
The degree staff of Capitola Rebekah ,
?one of the greatest marching events that .,
lodge, Topeka, anticipate a trip to Boston
this country has seen since the grand JENSEN, BBEYARD COUNTY, SI/DMCA.
view in Washington at the close of re-I for the sovereign grand lodge session. '. .

war. Preparations are being made Mrs. Annie Trefethen, vice president of &!*Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. ia-iS-97

25,000 men in camp, and the grounds se- the New Hampshire assembly, was the recipient -- '-,_ '........' ...- .. .' .......&
lected for the camp will accommodate as of a handsome P. N. 0. collar and
many more if necessary. jewel, the gift of her lodge.

The salaries of the supreme officers are: Let every Patriarch perfect himself in .
Supreme chancellor, 15,000; supreme keep the unwritten work, so that he will be BROS.
er of records and seal, $...500; supreme able at; all times to prove himself a patriarch of Florida 'Offers LITTLE

master of exchequer, $1,000; major general by the most rigid examination.The .
uniform rank, $4,500. cornerstone of the Old Folks' homeof '

Colonel Will T. Walker past grand Illinois will be laid May 25. Mattoon fertilizer 9 pljospljafe] ] CrJacksonville
chancellor' of Indiana, has removed to will welcome hosts of Odd Fellows on that ,

Minneapolis, where he is connected with day. r

the royal fraternity in the position of supreme Harmony Rebekah lodge of Marlbor- i Florida.If .

vice president.The ough, N. 11., provides in advance a com-
report of the grand keeper of records mittee for each lodge meeting in the year.
and seal of Louisiana for the year Great
1807 shows a decrease of 724. Advantages you are requiring Fertilizers for .
MASONIC.A :,i

Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, iorite'tousand'we .
UNITED'WORK'MEN.HODe1l'atd "
Bylaw That Is Too Often Violated. '

Treitleboard Dealfn. can give you more value ,. ."

Ont Goes For Direct Benefits. The bylaws of most lodges fix an hour other Manufacturer & .,
Chip'from the Workshop.The for opening the lodges, but in many Instances ITo for your money'than any ?

A. O. U. W. does not deceive or the bylaws are grossly violated in Settlers in the way of or Dealer in this State or Vp.: ;; *
make false or misleading statements. Its this regard. We have often known of a

record Is before the world, and no Work- lodge being opened from half to three- from any other State. Write f or pdm- .
man Is ashamed of It. All the money he quarters of an hour late.and yet the mem- : '
has paid in baa been honestly paid out,not bers .complain that the lodge is seldom phlets, prices, etc, to above address. 1112.97
In stock dividends not in large reserves, closed before "low 12." The fact is a violation Perfect Climate, Productive Soil,
.
not in extravagant expenses, but in clroct of the bylaws in this respect should ..., ---
benefits Over 96 cent of all the the other. It ia
per money .bo punished same as any
paid in has been paid out to beneficiaries not exactly the thing to keep the membersout Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden Tracts, .

of its members.-A. 0. U. W. Guide. so late at night when it might be Ocean
Steamship Company
avoided by obeying the law respecting
Recently the 'grand master of Missouri
J. Duncan.As Sugar Cane and Good Schools
Initiated members in the lodge at De opening.-W. ,
Soto. Another class of 27 Is about ready. good blood in active circulation is "SAVANNAH LINE."

The classified plan went into effect in necessary to a healthy body.so annual Tobacco Areas
Michigan on the 1st of April dues are absolutely essential to the'well- Plenty of Churches
being of the,Masonic body. % Florida *
The receipts of the per capita tax in
California the past year were $36,274.Of Masons are born and not made. This is and countless ways to earn a. competency
the 60,000 women that constitute the a truism when properly understood. A To New York f And Boston.
must have received the
first
Degree of Honor auxiliary to the Ancient man necessary
in his heart and without this
,
;
preparation
Order of United Workmen one-tenth live Thence
Ride
Short Rail to Savannah
preparation no power on earth can makea A. ; ,
In Minnesota.The .

order la booming In Missouri. 300 true There Mason lea great of I tm.loss of time in lodges COME TO DRDE A Short Sea Voyage.

new;members having been secured during .
by too much "refreshment. Sailing from Savannah:
60 of whom
March. per cent are under 30
year of age. The duty to guard well the outer door 5 Ships Each Week 5
rests upon every member of the lodge. The
South Dakota Is the first jurisdiction to
humblest member of the craft is as much .e. .
secure the 3,000 prize offered by tho su- .... .
interested in the admission of recruits
preme lodge for increase in membership. new ... .. schedules.
Write
: and
All ticket hotels'are supplied'with-sailing forger
is the and all should agents
Kentucky and Wisconsin will without as grand master doubt both secure a like prize. guard well the outposts of Masonry. Look :. .. ,, .. efal formation- sailing schedules stateroom reservation, or call on .
well to the outer door. :
Do to your brother the coming year just : : ; ,,}";"'. E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS,Fla., Pass. Agt,
To live '
be a Mason and to a Mason are -:, FJa.
exactly as you pledged to do at the altar. Savannah, Ca. Jacksonville, 3-10
two different The :
things. one requires :- \ :-
.
knowledge: the other is the application of -
MODERN WOODMEN.No that; knowledge to daily life.

The Ladies' Auxiliary association of M

Diminution In the Work of.the Order. Corinthian "Chasseur" commandery, No. Florida East Coast Ry.TiME
From Tarlou Camp
53, Knights Templars of Philadelphia, recently .-
Every Just claim against the Modern presented to the commandery an

Woodmen' of America is always paid as exceedingly handsome temple banner. The Southern Fuel & CO. TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.

lOOn as the death proofs are presented to No man or body of men can make innovations Supply ,
the board of directors. During 1897 only in Masonry. To attempt; thIs} does SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
ten assessments the members
upon were not change Masonry, but; puts those who
necessary to pay all claims promptly and make the attempt outside the pale of theinstitution. WHOLESALE AND R> mIL DEALERS IN Da fly DtlJy_u 'STA.TIONS. Da1.I1 Noa1JxSu =
till leave a surplus large enough to permit ExSu
the skipping of still another assessment .-Josiah Drummond. \001>> Ly............................Jacksonville ............................Ar E 10.656r
in February.-Modern Woodman. The increase of lodges in Great Britain Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime 110p 10 SUa Ar,.........................St A tUle............................Ly,I l 46110
-:- 'l5p 10 B5a Ly..8,. Augustine._.......................... 6 .
,
ia and the 80p 40a
of has
Seventy-nine new camps were chartered rapid number 2,697 been ,' 11.lQa ........;...;..;-. .............H I1ft.............................pLy. ..OS.p .
during February.The attained. Ar..... ..........................P..latA....................... ... ..Ly j
The latest news from Peru is that the -:- Cement and Shingles and Laths _'lOp 10455Lv .;............................Palatk..........-..........................Ar 585j 910.. !
death rate for March ,,'alsgaln below i ifi P Ar........... .. ..............8an Mateo............................ ...Ly Tp ..:, !.
the normal The splendid record is author of the edict against the Bible on 820Q 7 2O&Ly., .......;.:... .;.;.......San Mateq.,..;.........................tAr a 85p I!
each month being continued.The Masonic altars in that jurisdiction has, SWV>/WSVVNSN'% '>SW WN<'\/V under pressure of great opposition cosigned 'es9p lOOp" ...............................Ormond............:::::............. 300p 7Ida
Modern Woodmen of America skipped the office of grand master. It ..............................Da-ton-.................................. 252 .7nh
an assessment during February yet [VITRIFIED PAVING SIDEWALK ORICKtvwvvw. I .f02p 172p ............................Port Orange...................... .. .. S 4 ,86a!
........ ........... ...... ..
all death losses f 25p 155p New SmyrDa..:.......... ......... .. t 20p 0 sea
paid promptly and had ....... .224.p ..............................Oak HiU. ....,........................- 1 .... .
over 60.000 left in its benefit fund to ap- ROYAL ARCANUM.The .... B02p : .............................Titusville.......... ..........,....... to 1odtipp. ..:.
ply on the March death losses. ....:: S85p ..:..........................City POUl..........:.................. 1233p .....
Member Who Is Protected. ...... 8.63p ............................... Cocoa.._ ........................ .. to 12 :.....
The cornerstone of the new Woodmen's Always Office 408 West Bay Street, ...... 847) ".. ............................Rockledre::........................:.. II 21 ...
building at Rock Island was laid April 21 Council Clipping ...... 418p .............................Eau GaU}.........;.................... 111.s :::...
with ceremonies. Members should bear in mind that .... 428p : .............................MelbouD............................. IlSa ......
appropriate any ,Jacksonville, Florida. ...... 512P .............................Sebaatian-............................ 14 1)5Qa( .,....
Twelve thousand new certificates in one one of them who may be delinquent con ...... 604p ............................. St LucIe. ........................... to 9575.. .....
t month demonstrates excellent work the scantly paying dues pays in as much ...... e20p ............................ForiPreree............................. II et')>a ......
I on the ...... ...............................&den.- ....
pars of energetic field workers. money eventually as one paying six ...... 649 to .... ..........................JenIeD............................... II I filly.....4
the months in advance. There is this differ- ...... 7 fop :....:......................... Stuart ........................... 855a :.....
During February deputies secured once, however-one is never protected and U. D. HENDRICKSON ...... 'l1l8p ...........................Robe Sound............................ .821a ......
2,917 members and organized 71 new the other always protected it taken ill. It ...... r52p It ........................... Went .JupIter ....................... to 801 .....
camps. ..... aSlp It ..."...................Wea'Palm Beach::....,...,........,..... 7805 :......
would therefore seem plain that it pays to ,..... ,9Wp ...............................Linton ..:.................... to e ......
Red Men. be in good standing by advance payments. General Merchandise. ...... '"p : ..........................Fon Lauderdale..................... ... .1'" .....
...... 10 Z2P ............................Lemon City........................... H 688& ......
The tribes in Atlanta have been holding The members of the order in Greater ...... I030p ...... .....I1..m1.".... ... .".............Ly.805
each moon a public reception and entertainment New York are making preparations to BETWEEN
celebrate Arcanum day Juno 23. NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.

The membership generally seems to be T. W. Hall is now grand regent of Min- Wholesale Gasolines 76 Oils and, 86e.Salt Groceries, aC1othll t S 0 pj o. 'No: I .v...........................New STA Smyru.ONS. .......... .............A ,1 j yNo Nip. i3..ip
impressed with the necessity of active nesota; membership is 3902. 8oephissa .. ........................... Lake Helen.............,.,. ........Lvl24np
work and they aru doing it with a vigor Any man who hesitates to join the order 12Op11202p ........................ :Orange city............................ 1229p 'Ii-&p&
for fear .,....;;.. .. -. ...OrangeCty'Jnnatdon.....",............. 1USp iap
and enthusiasm that is most encouraging.The of inability to carry his certificatein Hats Caps Shoes Dry GODS Seep Il'rnnISewin .
great council of Tennessee by a case of sickness and so lose all he has .AU trains between New Smyrua and Orange City Junction Daily eleept .

unanimous vote indorsed the new work. paid in should bo apprised of the fact that KEY WEST AND "11 A V ANA.

Tennessee shows a nice increase in mem- tho constitution compels his council to pay Ma a W l Hardware. ..
bership the past great sun. all his dues and assessments at such times.A [ -- The ltmWp(3ty of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Companyleave
movement that ought to gain groundin Miami\tQr..Je,.W..,.on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jack-
There has been a decided increase in the lonvilie, connections Key West
makutr : with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West 2:90:
for Mapes' and Williams A Claf '
membership in Louisiana recently.The every grand jurisdiction of the order is Agent 1:. 01'tY iZo"j'.c.. < .jBtjita&dar( L time)on Tuesdays, Thursdays t a\urdaYIUrlYiDr Miami next moraine
that of holding biennial sessions instead .a. !:i b time to connect with north..booad traia, ._? _
order ia growing in Richmond.The .
.
best citizens of this city are membersof of as.now in nearly all cases annual s the order. For Boats in flepurt from the several statious.sad ports but .their arrival or departure at. the times
Feet
75 : length and I. stated is not narnnteed.nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or say
of Uonor. United jMends. Steamers uef'J8' arising ih.rofroa,.,. .. ,_. _
Knights Foe copy of local tUne card call at 228 West Bay Street.JactsonTtlle..or address
All lodges in Baltimore show renewed The officials and members of this order "Lake Worth" and I "l.P.BSCKWTTH.Traffic Manager. J.U. KXHN KB, A.&.P. A.
interest and few suspensions occur. The' were never more earnest in the work of "Gladys"On .- St. A1Ifm"a; .

new plan grows dally in favor at increasing present.the membership than they are Lake Worth. 1

A large lodge composed entirely of
members of the bar Is being organized in The increase of membership and insti- Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville .
Cincinnati.The tution of new councils in this order prove
the wisdom of the adoption of the new Free Delivery Boat on Lake Worth.
order U pushing forward to make method of 'zu sori'bs $un.THE
'rating members according to q'As
fOr
the membership 100,000 by June: SO. age. 12-1-97 Lake Worth, Florida. .





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THE# TROPICALSUN, WEST>PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1898.- .
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II Ii POTJLTRYNEEDSCAKE HEN AND -CHICKENS. ADVERTISER -CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: The p&\lelerrs New....... .r

Octave Thanet Brushes Away Some Hlotions -' Franklin'Sheeo. West Palm Beach. Management i.;

(! WARMTH 'AND VENTILATION ESSENTIAL 'About Nature.' > DIRECTORY. _-,..-"

l( :i' TO HEALTH. It was also borne in upon us daring Jacksonville Fla.
NOTARIES PUBLIC: : FELIX GARCIA Prop. @ ..
I years that the sellers have a kind of ,

I' cold storage system about that Metcali West Palm Beach.
eggs G I
Firms ny ;
Every Poultry Yard Should Have ShadeDaring Ltading Business and Individuals Service.
Paths Complete .
Bells ,
mars their csefulness. We seldom bad Electric Lights, Electric .
W R-Moses -
Hot Weather-How to Utilize Whose Cards in '
}
Appear This Paper.
:
t an order for eggs filled under a month'stime t Hotel in Florida. -
., l 'I I Barrel For Nests. to Good Advantage. daring Which our appointed bens ,.. The Bast $2.00 per day ; ,;.

g t Food and Drink For Sitters. tried to outwit us having families of BARBERS Take car at tile Union I'-potand ask the Conductor to stop at the TranJen. ton'- ,

fr.o : Fowls will best Farm and their very own, and gave us no end of GENERAL MERCHANDISE: l-:'
1 pay says D M Geaurideau, West Palm Beach. ::;
vexation. We cannot feel, either, that U D Hendrickson -y.V'
i 11 h i Home, if you will care for them and Lake Worth. Mtlq Cooper, West Palm Beach
{ l 4t + give them the little attention which eggs collected for month. and jolted _...- .
1 they require. In the first place, you over hundreds of miles of railway andsix :: Chasa N. WelshansSTATE

; need a person to care for them, one svho" miles of corduroy road are fit tooffer RETAIL, GROCERS': ,
f does not want to dumb animals snf- a conscientious hen. To corroboratethis .
U tee J D Mathis, West Palm Beach
.
i ?: fer, and who willing to be tied down view of the imported eggs I may Glen G. Strohm, West Palm BeachWHOLESALE : '
: : I a little, for the fowls need to befed regulaily. cite the fact that the eggs laid by our AGENT' FOR
: : : : Select some member of the family own fowls never failed to give a proportion .;. ,

I W ". : who is in sympathy with the poultry of at least 10 out of ]3. I should GROCERS:

i ..1 s ;i ,.and,who will take pride in seeing gay that the fresher the egg the better & Martinez Paints

I '; ; I ;. them thrive under his care. Have a the chance for the chicken. Simultaneously Pope &'McLaurin., :ksonvi e.t"..- ,,.: .. Longman
'; building separate from the regular farm with ou'r discoveries with regardto -I" t ,:. >
:j ; in sheltered the practice of egg venders, we made AdvertisersWhcTtJse .
i buildings, placed a sunny MEATS .' -
'i.I ":t spot, well drained, in a corner of the some gloomy discoveries about the brutal : :; 'Z: "- : Lime, Brick, Shingles, .
'
,\ orchard if not too far from the house. clumsiness the mother hen._Hardly Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach"" : '
: I This to the number a family of little chicks sees the sun Will Wbidden u '
r' may vary according Cement and Coal Tar.
l' than one or two or three will not be .
of fowls to be accommodated and the_ ... i
'-
i funds available but matter trampled or smothered or crowded outof
; space or no ,
,
j how build yon must keep certain the nest*to freeze, or in some way ICE DEALERS: "" "' -
you
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,I ::1 things in view from the beginning.. done to death. R A McPherrin, West Palm Beach. the Agent .for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.*_ l

r ;. '! ) : You want warmth, dryness, ample space Thus pitiless experience brushed away ,
i' t and simplicity of inside arrangements: our illusions about nature. One is always ..' 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 1021.97 f f.f

pi' that they may be easily cleaned and hearing how wise nature is, how DRUGGISTS:

:' h t 'i : kept free from !lice. Hens will .lay ingenious'and how she is "cruel onlyto .
.11 :' more eggs if divided into'peniof not be kind. But let any believer in na E H Dimick, West Palm Beach.

..'\ iI I I more than 10 or 12, and in building ture's great bead go into the poultry --... _--.
t : make the h 'use 16 feet by 12 feet for business for one brief spring and he Columns of
each 12 hens to be housed. This allows will see that she bungles' like the rest DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:. O. WEYBREOHTfDealer

'i for a four foot alley en the north side. of us. The hen very literally makes a Kohn, Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville.

'I have found that in the long run a mess of It trying to hatch her brood. Cohen Bros, Jacksonville. In Hardware .
1 1. She doesn't even have instinct enoughto ,
bouse made with a good solid balloonframe Dave Singer "
; with matched or novelty siding push out the addled eggs. There seems t-..
: on the ontside, with tarred paper between to be no sense of smell in her bill. And .5, THE : Steam and Gas Fitter Mixed Paints : ,
F she cannot be sure of her own children, ? ,
k the boards and studs and on the MEN'S FURNISHERS: ;. .
inside another thickness cf tarred but promptly mothers any little foundlings +='f .
T
:; paper ,; : Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Work
:: covered with matched ceiling, t s secretly introduced in her home Anthony Bros, West Palm Beach < <

+ ; best. For.the roof I use what'is know the first night after hatching. She can't _--..*-
it count, of course, and takes care of 1 6
as clear butt shingle and for the inside .
t ti I TAILORING: Dealer in Pumps, Pipe Fittings, and General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Ware, '
+ partitions planed hemlock boards fcr children instead cf six without a mad r
Agate Ware, and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
the first three. feet from the floor an mur.-Harper's Magazine. Livy-The Popular Price Tailor- ...

two inch mesh wire netting from that t JacksonvilrHARDWARE 'e

i t1i op to the roof. In the south side pet a Small Flocks Do Best. --...-- TROPICAL AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOB. CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PLANTS:'
Small flocks of. poultry usually do -
H 12 light window! for, each eight feet.
Many people make a great mistake by better than large ones, and there are several :

ti I ( putting too much glass in their poultrybouses reasons why this should be so. M E Gruber, West Palm Beach.OWWeybrecht 4 Estimates on Work and Material. One or both promptly
( forgetting that it is as good a They receive more care and attention iu Furnished. 1-31-1
conductor of cold as of heat., proportion to their number. One could' ." ; -
... -
t + writer: in The Country Gentleman scarcely keep a fleck of 15 without devoting -- -- ..'.. '_. _... > WEST PALM BEACH; FLORIDA.
I I says it is of the greatest: importancethat a half hour per day to them. At HOUSE FURNISHINGS: '"

'r t there be shade in the poultry yard. this rate one would only care for 1300 i in The SU N
I y I Poultry will not do well without it.. a day of 10 hours, yet 'many think they; Raymond Knight Co, Jacksonville

i t Many poultrymen plant plum trees in can take care of about a thousand in ..' :: FURNITURE.
+ '
s
.! that time and net keep very busy < "
LUMBER:
4 j .ii Speeding so much time among a few, Household Sewing :Machines, '

one gets to noticing the personal peculiarities ][. T V Cashen, Jacksont'ille. .' The Best Machine Made, Light Running and t'4

of each one. He can soon tell r?. CLAIM: Noiseless. ,
4
It, which ones lay five eggs a week and ,
1 Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunt. MatInezes
FURNITURE -
i :
;!IIf which only three, and if one does not -
made to order. A Complete
'd.. .,, ;( visit the nest at all for weeks he knowsit D. E. Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville Hue ofFURNITURE '
(. ;'). end is soon rid cf those that are all l ;,
?l I' -'.. -
} expense and no income If be desires to ? .

\,J raisa- chickens, he can by a little care JEWELERS, : of all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices, both '
1.
,II I select eggs from those hens which matured Wholesale and Retail. P.aby Cu'Jiages( from $6 '
Idner & Son, West Palm Beach.
Irl Y earliest and have been the best; It Is The up to $.O. Go Carte, Refrigerators Chests n1 i e <.
Anthony Bras, West Palm Beach Etc. -
-
:. : .. erg; producers, and thus he is breeding _
II tbif 'I for eggs. And last, but not always least', R. J. Riles Jacksonville We have
a consignment of Oak Diners and '
: If the item of table and waste .*.- Y
\ \\ ; scraps vegetables k Reed Rockers that will be soldery low. We ,
(._ ""-"""'-- .", 'i.1 H 11'1'.11, for which usually no charge is BUILDING SUPPLIES: :, handle the Famous Cleveland and liarobkrBICYCLCS. /
I I :.t ,l made in itemized: accounts, are really -
A
.. .. I.), r valuable to the small flock as furnishing Chas Welshans, Jacksonville.
.
'J & -. -:00.-: ,
-= .. -... ,"rJ/.. BEST Imperial attention given to our Mail Orders.
--- (r-- /I -","'-,-.. some variety to the ration and an Geo S Hacker & Son Charleston, S C. .
:: "'
.I1
We Gnrantee Satisfaction both in and
goods
amount that may really deduct something Southern Fuel and Supply Co, ,'" i, .
1 BCSHY egos from the grain bill while in a ,..*'i.. Prices. Canon us, or send in your orders to

..b the runs, but it takes time for these to flock of 100 or more there would not be .. Jacksonville.! 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I .. .produce any great amonnt cf shade. The in an ordinary family enough to give ONLY $6.00
_ .' i : accompanying cat shows a plan that each hen a fair bite. This makes the HOTELS: 4.,1 D. E. COOPER MTg Co.

.} I i. I' gives both profit and ,shade at once and expense of keeping each fowl something Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach

,;1 both with but'little waiting.. A row of greater in the large flock if the varietyof The Palms, West Palm Beach.
{ i raspberry bushes is set lengthwise along food is bought fcr them, and the Advertising
returns The Earman House, West Palm Beach
one side of the ran. Such a row does a little less if it is not.
I I : not interfere with the running of a cultivator The Travelers, Jacksonville NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly
t {I' lengthwise through the long Crossing Not Advantageous. Miami Hotel, :Miami *

'I'' J yard, while the bushes will give a delightful Breeds of opposite characteristics will Al Fresco, Jensen .

shade for the fowls or chicksin net blend. Experiments with the crossing ..' ,
p '-'-' '
"- Brick
hot weather. The poultry will hardlyeat of cattle, using the beef and butter; LIFE INSURANCE: :: Hotel in Town.

i I a berry, either ripe cr green.. and breeds, have net been satisfactory, while : MEDIUM( WEST :PALM:
J : will keep all weeds down, as fast as they the man who would attempt to improvethe The Equitable Life Insurance Co, BEACH, FDA
\ appear. The fruit thus produced is almost fine Merinos the Jackson vi1t e.
by using matt
f en 'I' THE SFMTNOT Has recently been completed, built in the most sub-'
clear ,
gain \vlrilo serving several -------
t breeds of sheep for crossing would bo UlviUllWJylstantialmanner
I Ii j beneficial purpose-not only supplying considered unwise. The attempts that FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE? and elegantly furnished; situated
I I I shade, but preventing hens flying over have been made with poultry have been \: on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent, unobstructed '
\ 1 ;1 the wire netting. They will rarely fly equally barren of results as with larger Brelsford Bros Palm Beach. 'k .. view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes frog all directions.

j l j tip over bushes and a wirefence beyond gtcck. It is not a matter of record, as Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach. Of Any Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates .

f ; 'I the bushes. Where there is troublo in every farm furnishes abundant proof.As ...
Ii f i :i keeping the fowls from going over the a rule, nearly all farmers have at BANKING : 52 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month.

11'r. ; ((4 r fence a row of bushes can be set cornr times procured pure bred fowls, but : _=

i\\ l.' pletely around the inside. crossed the breeds,' and the mixed, motley Dade County State Bank, 1t-t-!t7 GEORGE ZAPF Manager.-
,t tzJ 1; Tests made from barrels West Palm ,
I 1- are recommended nondescripts which can be seen by Bcac
I
< ;i by a contributor to Tho Stock- the score on the majority of farms are National Bank of the State of Florida,h.WEEKLY

;I man and Farmer. "Tho barrels are divided the evidence cf the attempts to secure PAPER

b'i: J 1 by sawing into two parts, and vigor crossing.- They have no fixed ... "New Process" Blue Flame OilLight'gCo's
I it t1 j i for sitting hens we havo found them characteristics, no two: of,them are alike Stoves

j j I most excellent. We put in toil sufficientthat in color, and they do net pay as well as SEEDS:
I'I f we can round out good nests in it t, puro breds."nrm and Fireside Wm.A Bours & Co, Jccksonville.
I
I ? 1 and in the center of the !barrel nest or ... Standard Vapor Stoves

_ I'' .r; a half barrel nest we place a handful of Food For Little Chicks.Dcn't In The
hi : ::1 straw litter and thereon the eggs.When feed the little chicks cornmeal PINEAPPLE PLANTS:

3s;: 'j' chicks are hatched'and batching, i dough as an exclusive diet. Mix a little G Matthams, West Palm Beach. OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: _

I j J we have never any fear: that they may rather coarse meal with wheat middling .. J II Niver, Daytona J C Prink, Stuart
;" 'i; fall out of the nests and become chilled.When using skimmilk to mix it with. -- WPShr>ock, NCA- Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach
j strong enough to want to come Do not; make this wet; but just damp NURSERY STOCK: Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman Lantana

1 : from underneath tho mother wing and enough to make a crumbly mass. If a John B Beach, West Palm Beach. Geo Edward F Paddison Stiling, &Cocoa Co Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale
: ,
Eau Gallic
[
i begin investigation of the STATE or FLORIDA
world they' teaspoonful of meat meal or blood mealis Hodgson f Br o s. Eau Gallic Jordan & Spivey, Letuou City .
: have .
I plenty of room to trot around inl' added to each quart of this mixture, A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce D R Knight Lemon City
j ( I and are safe from harm. A trusty sitting it will cause the chicks to thrive won FERTILIZERS: Geo E Coon, Jensen Frank T Budge Miami
,;, : 1 hen will never leave her nest after' derfully. The meat is made of dried W W Culbertbod, Cocoanut Grove
( Win A Bours & Co "
I the eggs begin to pip until tho hatch is lean meat ground flee; and the blood' Jacksonville. The
I' I y finished: And yet we know that, hi meal is made of fresh blood dried aul:( Little Bros, Raymond D. Knight Co.

III{ summer especially she must grow hungry gronnd. The first costs 33: cents for t .... * * * $

confined and thirsty in the extreme if she is pcnudsor $2 per 100 pounds tho last $211STEAMBOATS.HEAVY, MACHINERY I SOLE STATE AGENTS,

1 without food and drink for any> per hundred pounds. It pays to buy either I AND 10-21-97
length of time. At such times, when of these feeds, but if they cannot I CASTINGS: Jacksonville, Florida.Do .

having hens that are hatching in barrelor begot liver can Le bought very cheaplyat Merrill-Stevens: Engineering Co,

other commodious nests, we place a most bntcher shops, and this, boiled Jacksonville.IRRIGATING .
i' ; fruit can of water and handfuls of corn and chopped, is gccd for laying hens --... Advertising You Want a F
r before her and find her very thankful and little chicks.

for such care and reinembrance. The PLANTS & SUPPLIES: We have them to Sell and if we have S. TEAMBOAT? '
fruit i can containing the water is so tall Turkeys In the "'elt. John G Christopher, Jacksonville. none o"i han to suit,we can build
Just what
that chicks cannot get into it, and it is There is no part of the west that has ,.'- you want. I

too heavy for them to tip over." j i ever been overstocked with turkeys, and: DENTISTS: Rate Sheet

the breeding of them is steadily gainingground We are also
Post llorteins on Fowls. Dr J A Pugb West Palm Beach. Prepared
in this part uf the count y. To
t Sometimes a post mortem examination There was a time not long ago when L T Daniel Cocoa. Furnish '-.. .-. ---....
ia the only thing that will reveal Rhode Island turkeys stood at the head M D L Dodson, Titusville. N

flock the cause, and,of though. sickness unpleasant and death it may in the be of the were market the best, and that Narragansett could be produced turkeys ..' Will be Sent on Ap Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

*eco_ry in order to prevent the spudIi anywhere. Now the Bronze turkey PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: I

t dfertose. Whatever the family, there. is at the head, and those produced Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach. I Write or call os us for
it almost ,always one in it ; I Anything in
person who in the .
sell Our
west well
as those Line
i as produced "HC Hood, II that you neetI.MerrillStevens .
knows how dissect
to a fowl. If no one in the east in market where '.
any II EV PU h II :'f --
else has the requisite knowledge, the they are offered. With cheap feed unlimited plication. ,.,

cook can always te appealed to, eitherfor range and a market that is rarely ..,
the work itself or for instruction as overstocked, those who breed turkeysin Engineering Co.,
{ to its details. This suggestion is fcr the: the west are almost certain to make LAWYERS:

benefit of the occasional novice who falla mere money tbo'>' ,those who breed any: W I Metc.ilf. West Palm Beach. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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into inextricable difficulty at this'point.American other kind of itock.-Massachulietts; Robbins & Graham, Miami. "-0-97 ,
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Gardening. Ploughman. Pope & Campbell, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Marine
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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA,.THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1891' .5 ,.'
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.FOR LITTLE ,FOLKS.A Linen and Shoes.

vagaries Women, and are while endowed extremely with fastidious strange- !I City! Meat .Market, THE EAR MAN HOUSE}

QUEER VISITOR.A in many ways are very neglectfulin 'Ei '-J. .
others. Even the swellest society girl .
GEO. S. ADAMS
California Girl Writes of the Wonderful is not as particular as to the freshnessof Prop'r.POULTRY Is now open for Winter Travel: .
Thing She Saw at NJjht. her collar and cuffs as' the plain) .. 'r:
It was very dim last night and as I everyday man of business. To changehis \ .Best of Accommodations. R

hurried home from the factory the street linen at least once a day is a sort of FRESH FLORIDA MEATS.ARMOUR'S Table :Best the Market .Affords.
lamps seemed brighter than osnal. I '* Yt. 5
religion with most men. With a woman -BmtluB Ira Connection. :
STAR HAMS
aid I hurried; yes, I almost ran. I saw it is different. They will inspect their <. Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
nothing to frighten me, yet my fear of collar and cuffs after day's hard wear :! BACON AND.BOLGNA.

the darkness was irresistible.On and decide that they will do not recognizing i' Address_ME8. S. E. EARMAN-: ::
turning down our dingy street I the fact that if any doubt existson .
paused a moment for breath. As I did the matter they should be consignedto
I heard Bound of wind BUTTER AND EGGS. 114-97 WEST L BEACH, FLA.-'
so a whirring as the laundry without demur. Again, ..
rushing suddenly and swiftly around a a man is much more concerned as to the % ..
corner. Then I heard it again and .-
state of his shoes than a woman. Even '- -:':-; ,
again. I looked about, but saw not the the poor clerk on a meager salary spendshis :' Idait Orders from any Responsible '

cause of It. Snrely it wasn't the wind, nickel a day for a shine without Parties In the County 3eeleve B.RELSFORD :EROS1f:: ; .; .
for the trees were standing still-as grudging, and if it be imperative that t
still as the stone statues across the the nickel be saved he gets up earlierin Prompt Attention. 6-9 :'l: r'.J
street. Then again I heard the same the morning and wields the blacking
Real Estate and Insurance: ".
queer sounds.In brush himself. The,woman will gown .' > ." -
my amazement I looked toward herself in Worth's or Paquin's latest '
the sky. Probably I thought that it creation and forget to look at her shoes. Whidden's Markets ;.
could solve the mystery. Instead of see Godey'g Magazine. Palm Beach. Florida. .
ing its usual blue color I saw it to be Give

of a purple hue. How beautiful it did Admiral Bone Praises Women t... L Prepared to Supplyyou ,Notary FtxblicCottaggg to HLexw.

look, so royal, so stately! The Brooklyn navy yard was a busy with "" .
-
As 1 turned around I saw a white object place when a reporter called there to pGood I 3-1-97 Post-Office Building North'of Polndana Hotel. '

rising slowly above the tree tops. ask Admiral Bunce. the commandant,
There seemed to be something black on what part be thought women would Meats at Living l Prices : ,
it, bat I could not tell what it wasThen play in war.

it sank from view again. Insteadof "You want to know how women can JtresA ]forA, Established 1875. ,......-:,
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being frightened I was entranced make themselves useful," he said. 1Jesf
with the purple sky and fanny airship. "Well, how can they not be useful? It William A. Sours & Co. 'i'
When I again looked toward the seems to me that they are always doing I'oultrs: '

place where I had last seen this queer that make them The
things an extremely
:find gg$.
affair, it was rising gradually in the important factor in the world's affairs Grain Garden Seeds and
air. It drew nearer, giving me a fine Fertilizers.
I know what the horrors as well as the Native Meats a specialty.Your ,
chance to it. It round and
see was long sinews of war are, and I say that we
hollow. I distinguished the black fig- cannot overestimate the service of wo- Patronage Solicited. No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:- JACKSONVUXE. FUL r
ure to be a man, who sat in the center men in times of war. "' .
and guided it. "A few bright, cheery, good women Market on Banyan Street, I I
It circled above me, shot through the will do more to keep civilization and We handle only the Best and most Reliable,Seed A complete Stock of
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air with lightning speed, and then alive in than 1
chivalry a camp any number Flour Wheat Grits
1 Corn Oats Bran
again it would pause, as if to rest. I of rules or regulations Their inin- Hay, f ..

saw something else too. It had the isterings will make victory brighter, : Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright- and',Dark;
shape of a coil, with one end flattened defeat easier and death less horrible.

and hanging down. It looked as if it -New York Tribune. Sun. JOHN[ N. C. STOCKTON, President. -AT WHOLESALEStateAgentstorTY9ertAllen
were made of fire. Not only did it cir- .
RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President.
cle .in' the air, but it followed the air. Movement Against Foot Binding. THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. Fertilizer Co. ,'.
ship constantly.Then A strong sentiment against foot bind. Star Brand Fertilizere-Guaranted Analysts Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer; ireground ,
almost too quickly to be seen, is JAMES[ D. BASER, Assistant Cashier. Boue,Nitrate Sola Muriate of Potash.fluipnate Potun Kanit,eta These Fertilizers "
ing beginning to make itself felt in
have no Superior to the Market,And a trial will convince.
it swooped down upon this aerial con- China even in the most exclusive cir- Send for Catalogue'rce- la2S4ti
veyance. That was the last I saw of it, ,
d es A short time ago ten Chinese wo-
but it had done its work. Instantly the men of the highest social position in National Bank of r
airship began to fall, fall, till it reach. Shanghai invited the officers of the
ed the earth. Not with a crash and a Natural Foot society, oiganization of a '
an
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bang did it touch, but as if it had been
foreign women, to a public dinner, anda
a feather.I return invitation soon followed. At A Chance to do Your >.:,,' .
hurried to the spot, and what did I both these functions there was much the State of FloridaTRANSACTS ,

see? I saw the man only. He was dead. discussion of the best way of abolishing r
He was about three feet long and.was the custom of foot binding. Since then ':; ,

wrinkled and shriveled.The the Natural Foot society has had a pub. A PROSPECTORS.INQUIRERS, ,: :
next thing I remember was thatI lie meeting, at which the Chinese Anti- >
was lying on my own bed. This, of foot Binding society was represented.The ; :f:' .

course, is not a true story. It is only latter organization is composed! of \: GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. AND_ .At,. 4
what I dreamed the night before last. men of high standing and great infin .

-Bertha G. Allen in San Francisco ence, and they intend to petition the .
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Call for the enforcement of --
emperor. an ancient ; .
law against foot binding. Accounts of Bankers-' ,.-' .- .. ,
Edward of York and His Sister. ..

Woman Cod Fisher. Merchants, Manufacturersand '::: '! Will find THE TROPICAL SUN r:

Mrs. William Champlin of Montaukhas Individuals solicited....
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) loaded to the muzzle week with ,
.0 every .
IIra just made for herself a record as a .
rt" cod fisher. Her husband, who is engaged : just the information they want. ">>> -
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; in the cod fishing business off 1 and .,
Capital Simte $$190,000.Issue
., Montauk, has usually been accompaniedon Try it and be convinced. ., .
his trips by another bay man. A short
i, isr time ago he was taken sick, and firs Subioriptioii Price-1 year, $2; Six, Months. $1; Three MoatfaV'Wcti, ., ...{
,
es our own drafts to all the princi-
Champlin volunteered to fill his placeas "
t "second man" in the boat. Her husband .tJ pal cities in Great Britain, Holland

t was rather dubious as to her ability Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, <

l tHe to fill the bill, but she was not to be Spain, Portugal and Germany.
daunted.

She donned the attire of a fishermanand JacksonvilleFlorida

set out with her husband's partner. Work 8-27-97 ,,
The day was spent in fishing, and when
they returned to the beach the couple
bad caught together a total of 175 fish. Lake Worth Ice Works -

Noted Women and Marriage. Geo. S. Hacker & Son ; "- ;.!','

Noted women have shown no pre. Manufacturers,
Retailers and
Shippers
cocious desire to wed and make homesof OfIqe -- .
i their own. George Eliot was nearer -
be Edward VIII king of ,
may "
40 than 80 when she married for'the
I Great Britain and Ireland and emperor first time and close upon 60 when her U/ater.
'i of India, and. his sister will be the Prin. second marriage took place in 1880. { = l aid Distilled

cess royal of England.A Charlotte Bronte, though she had several -

:, offers, did not make choice of a ..,,
:i Tiny Girl's Plans. husband and even then only after R. A. MCPHERRIN, Prop. -

meAnd should- lengthy deliberation-until she was 88. The Tropical Sun- 1...
.. George Sand never seems to have lost
I'm
For nurse says not pretty
And I'm seldom very good- her fascination for men, and even as a Factory at WEST PALM ,BEACH.
white haired grandmother we find among
J If no one ever marries me,
her adoring friends and
correspondentssuch
I shan't mind very much.I MANUFACTURERS OF F
shall squirrel in geniuses as Flaubert and Tourgue-
: buy a a cage
I And a little rabbit hutch. neff. Doors, Sash T. V. GASMEN,4 ,;

I shall have a cottage near a wood Summer Sleeves.
And a pony all my own All the diminuendo Job DepartmentPrints Blinds, MouldingsAND -:: -:: -:: :: :: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: { --<*-
pretty variations
And a little lamb quite clean and tam
That I can take to town. possible to the artistic and inventive "
I genius of the dressmaker are used gnu acturer of and' -
upon
And when I'm getting really old- Material
Building
the tops of the summer sleeves, which, ,
J At twenty-eight or nineI 1)ealer) in .
shall buy a little orphan girl without exception, are trim, close and CHARLESTON S, C.L' ,
I And bring her up as mine.Laurence plain in effect on the forearm. The ,
::$ Alma Tadema. gowns of net, organdie, mull and simi- Letter Heads Largest Factory South.

.a Factories That Make Only Girdle. lar transparent materials have sleeves Note Heads Send for Prices. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
that are shirred in spiral or serpentine
1. "The Little Japanese at Home" it
fashion round and round
the arm, or StatementsBusiness
the title of an article in St. Nicholas.
they are laid in the minutest tucks or
The author says: anis and AND TIMBER.
lightly puffed over a net foundation. Cards Red <
The child's obi, or girdle, is at first
Sometimes the puffs are used alone or
narrower than her mother's, but is Bill Heads
alternating with flat bands of insertion. ......
made wider and longer as she grows -New York Post. ancy Mouldings, Turned Work, Fancy Scroll Work,
older. Sometimes it is a foot broad. And all kinds of Fine Stationer,
L There are factories devoted exclusively Plaid Belts. Pickets, Laths. Orange and Vegetable Crates. .

1 to obi weaving, and masterpieces of
Belts of plaid leather, with plaid PineappleSlips
beauty and elegance are produced. It is Jacksonville -:- -:- Florida.
wound around the waist and made intoa leather shopping bags to match, are Are You Supplied? 1: .
seen in the large stores and bid fair to
large butterfly bow in the back, the
gain popularity. The favorite colors of
" and Suckers
loops of which are for state occasions
the plaids are red, green, blue and yellow 1,
fastened to the shoulders, while the
up
and the leather is generally alligator Give Trial Order For Sale,of the Follow-in Varieties,viz. :
wide ends float gracefully over the hips. us a
or calfskin, cape goat, dongola or Abbaka, Porto Rico,

A Handy Foot Measure. seal. They are stylish and durable, and Smooth Cayenne, FirstClass'l
their reasonable price puts them within
Egyptian Queen ;
n If you are ever placed in a position reach of all. '
4: where it is desirous to know the length Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,

,'" of your foot, but inconvenient to take Her Success With Violets. And We Will White Antigue. JOB WORK' :

the measurement, as was the case of the Mrs. Leavitt's violet farm in Connecticut Pernambuco, r o a o
English gentleman who wished to purchase is one of the institutions of the Enville.

hosiery, bnt could neither tell the country, and it is a business started Early delivery can be made part of the .
size required nor raise his foot to the only within the last few years. Her fruit from thin Plantation having been picked
counter for inspection, you can find avery violets are always sold for 3 or 4 cents last month. Apply to
:- easy way out of the difficulty. apiece, and there is a steady demand for Please You. G.C. MATTHAMS, At THE SUN Office.

r Double np your fist and measure aroundthe them the whole year through. Other .. Florida
Pineapple Company
knuckles. The length of string ret women have tried violet raising and .
quired in taking the measure will be almost without exception have met with 5.21.97 West Palm Beach. Fla.
the length of your foot.-Chicago Rec success.

:a ord. To Renovate Crape. Indian River Nurseries.
I Japanese Fans. Put a thick layer of flannel over the WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit

1 Tho fans carried by little girls and table and pin the crape to it. Then put your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou
with Bargains in Budded Citrus Trees of variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock also fall
among all classes are the open, flat fans a damp cloth over the crape and hold a every ; .'
Dry Goods Clothing and line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, in- 1.i
called uchiwa hot flatiron it
(oo-chee-wabwbile those over
I as closely as possible '
eluding Budded Mangoes, Varieties of Crotons Varieties of
carried by boys and men are the folded allowing it to just touch the cotton (Gents' FUt ni hings..___ Palms, Roses, Strawberry SO Plants, Pineapple Slips 25 Etc
a ones called ogi (o-gee, g hard).-Ida. T.. cloth. Repeat this until the work is 'D. SINGER, Manager, :
v Hodnett in St Nicholas. satisfactory. II tH'i7'Bridge Street,Near JAC&SpIJVJLIE Bay. ,FIQRP JOHN B. PEACH Proprietor, ;:T WEST PALM BEACH., FLA.



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'!" 4'''J'" :: ICE CREAM WITHOUT EGGS. I? JtWtt.tD ""......... ;
11 it ii\ .1 d Watches
.qat t10a ,
''i ) 1 r LrB11E1 mr.i How to Make and Freeze Several vari-

'j eties of This Delectable Compound.An Clocks and Jeuielpy 4Ii
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Brotliers'
'II excellent vanilla ice cream "with 11 Colieli t r
'i EVERYTHING UP TO DATE. =
It out eggs or thickening of flour" of any

It j WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. kind may be made of a quart of rich .t..y ,Fine Nickle Movement Screw Bezel, Dust-Proof Case-

: cream, a cup of milk, a large table- !A.I sent to any address on receipt of $5.00. .E


.' 14 j 1V ; < GUY I I. METCALF, cup spoonful of sugar of English and a gelatin tablespoonful, a liberal of I'- '" Spectacles i.and: gtfeglasses: j Popular 'Dry Goods House

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- It i f 1I! 1 J EDITOR AND MANAGER. vanilla.. Soak the gelatin in four table- Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to. 1

; Bring the milk to the boiling point and i .
II YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 Sir 5-12 225 W. Bay, Everett JACKSONVILLE, FLA
iJ stir the gelatin into tbe boiling milk House ':jj
and continue stirring until it is melted. ThoL4adllg! Dry

l! :' Strain the preparation through a fine PUtt AND pACTS.I. .
I
.If, wire strainer into the cream, add the MESSING TBLES.SUGGESTIVE I. in the State.

j fps vanilla and the sugar and freeze the Witty: Sayings Int81'spened With ,

i ii mixture at once. Business Bargains.
i iI An excellent chocolate ice cream may SKETCHES AND HINTS I Stock The Newest Styles
I The Largest .
be made of a quart of cream, a pint of FOR HOME DECORATORS. Fine Lot Watermelons at Clematis ,

milk, a large tablespoonful of English Avenue Supply Store. ; at the Lowest Prices.

f gelatin, a cup and a half of finger two the General Idea In Toilet Tables-Lace Johnny Jones has gone to war, # To all whom request we will send samples free of charge. _,
AMONG OUR OHUEOHES
ounces of unsweetened chocolate scrapedfine tinted Baffles and Ribbons Form the And Margery's feeling blue; WE PREPAY Express Charges on all

,., and a tablespoonful of vanilla extract Usual Trimming-Striped Cretonne and i And she hopes, in very womanish way, orders to the amount of $-. or over, "'

I r'\\ Time and Place of Services, ,Special Soak the gelatin as before, stir I That tbe dons will miss him too. when money accompanies the order. .

i ; i* Notices and Sunday into a cup of the milk and strain it in Dotted Swiss Find Great Favor. -Knoxville Tribune. .
I Week-Day I Order
I Meetings. the cream. Stir the scraped chocolate Away from the big art and decorative Watch and jewelry repair ng by first The Best Equipped Mail DepartmentWrite y

F ,., into the remainder of the milk, which centers, and hungry for tasteful surroundings -I'class workmen, and guaranteed, at for Samples and Try it. Your Money Back if Goods Are Sot M Wt say ,

I : must also be heated to the boiling are many women who withan Idner & Son's. .

: : Bplssopat.Suviees.. point. Stir the preparation of chocolateover inborn facility for creating the -Respectfully"H
I Girl With the Pink Shirt Waist-So Jack
I .' the fire until the chocolate is all
desire need
things they only a sugges-, has enlisted! Didn't hate dreadfully to ;i
I t ? I EwscofAt CncRCH-Bethesda-by-the-Sea. melted and the whole is a smooth, dark you COHEN BROTHERS'
j see blui go? :
I I REV. MULFORD, Rector. "
;j J. mass. Add the sugar and stir all into
< I Girl With the lee Cream Hat-It almost
J I ; REV I* 1/n:-JAMES HINDRY,Ass't Minister.
and freeze
the cream. Add the vanilla broke I don't believe I could have
ij i heart.
: ,i Service Sunday morning at II o'clock. my
every &
I Sunday School at 3 p.'in.i carefully. 1 MF'tibh borne up at all if papa hadn't bought me a '98 POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE! t
; !' The success of an ice cream depends heet-New York World. ,
I The church will remain open during the
considerably on the freezing. Do not Florida.
I Summer. Visitors and Residents will always find 10-28-07 Jacksonville, ,I 't
much salt. Three is
enoughfor
too pints
I : I I [ use first class wheels for rent at the Bicycle .. -
i B1 oTa BROOD OF ST. ANDREW-Meets on a large pailful of cracked or pounded ""' "" :
Clematis Avenue next ,
Hospital on ,
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I tho Second and Fourth Wednesday of each ;; 'i
I ice. The ice should be pounded fine, and door to the City"Market. :.: '
:, I i montft. L.F.HINDRY,Director. ",I Ir
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the freezer should be packed firmly.
"I I';i I W. F. AKUSTBONO,JR., Secretary. Use an ordinary freezer of standard I Mrs. Honieseeker-These apartments are ,

I ,and id
the
charming price certainly resaon-
k I quality. If the cream is frozen too rap-
t ; I able: Are you sure that there are no nuisances
u ; M H. ChUFeb, South. idly, it will be coarse. After packingthe I
Ii 'I 1 connected with the building? .
I f. I Services will be held in the Knights of Pyth- freezer turn the crank for five min T f 1- Honest Agent-Well, mum, it baa a Janitor. r GUEfl G. STROI-flVI,

I !a.;Hall on the First,Third and Fourth Sunday utes. Then open the freezer, remove the V4 I New York Weekly..

I: ; I of each month lit n a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Even beater and scrape off with a thin bladed _...,c DEALT IN .-.
I I ; en:cordially invited to attend. "I was 'glad knife the frozen crust of thin cream ;;I 1 ll'? Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when

I, I when they raid unto me,let ns go into the house that covers the sides of tho can and mix you want Fancy Groceries. _

j, ,L; I I of the Lord Ittv.J.R.WALKER,Pastor. it thoroughly with a wooden spoon or HOMEMADE DCE:SING TABLE" "Dorothy and I don't speak." Staple and Fancy Groceries
tion and a start in the right irection.
;J. < I spatula with the softer cream in tho "What's the trouble?"
: Ft 1 < For such home women who rejoice in .
; U ; center. Replace'the beater and cover I "I wan line one night and told her I hadn't
; {Evening Star Lodge, No. 46, homemade articles the dressing tableis
i f fIt the can and turn the crank again for ; done any good in the world." Grain and all Food Supplies.
: of
.
Knights Pythlas.I
a strong point toward the accomplish "What reply did she give?".
I I threo or four minutes; then repeat the
I }I' I Meets: every Friday Night at 7:00p.m.standardtime. operation of scraping the sides of the ment of satisfactory interior decoration. "She said,'that's true.' "Chit-ago Record.
-iCOUNTRY -
f; t I r. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. It can be made a charming object and
I I :. '. Caste! 1 all over Public School Building.J.A.PCCHC.C. freezing can and mixing the unfrozen the center of the scheme for a'whole Fine Blue Berries at Clematis Avenue
'
.: '' .: ; cream with the frozen. Work the cream Supply Store. PRODUCE
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room. Nearly every one has an idea of
f' \< I W.T.WmuRYER,K.of,R.& S. 2-4-57 thoroughly to make it light and cover the mode of making and covering the "Dear me!"exclaimed the girl with pensive Always Fresh, Kept in S'oct
the can again and turn the crank again,
l ,.! i ordinary wooden dressing table. In this 1 I brown eves aid ink on her fingers, "I wish I
f now as rapidly as possible. In a few Year Patronage Solicited_ -
article are simply reproduced some sug- had entered school a year sooner., "What lathe
r: i JUPITER JOTTINGS. minutes the cream should be ready to gestive illustrations and hints as to matter, dear*" "Things are in such anunruled
Beach fta. .
J West palm ,
pack.It
i ;I r- drapery and ornamentation originally state that I scarcely know what ad. 4-14 :

t I Ben. Wells- keeps, this market constantly should remain packed in salt and presented by The Decorator and Fur vice to gi-re; the country in my graduation
1 ice for at least two hours. It is betterif eway. -Ex.
< ,supplied with watenhelons this nisher:
4: ,I season kept four or even six hours before it In all toilet tables the general idea Prof. Frank Idner i is now prepared to

is eaten.-Philadelphia Press. should be one where a delicacy of tints do Piano Tuning and Repairing. Leave.

J. L. Phinazec and his friends still orders at Idner & Son's.
are is happily combined. Pale blue silk
of the United States
How to Prepare Codfish Toast. The dairy product
holding down the with with point esprit is always available. I left behind is
dredge more or The girl me" becoming \cry
Half of cold cod 1 in The poul
a pound % ounces one was $254.000,000. /
t In fact all these decorations ruleto in these of and year
less patience. are a numerous days wur Good-bys.
butter three three tablespoonsmilk time ( SUMMER i 1 ill
?f eggs themselves. If for a pink room, then Bat never mind,(she's all right. She'll soon try product for the same was $ ,-
Capt. Armour or cream, a half teaspoon lemon be the lanes in the soft the beating the dairy-
J. A. still holds the hon- the thin drapery should cover well the riding along dusky 000,000- poultry

or of championship marksman of the juice,three rounds of buttered toast, salt tone of pink, especially if it be one of moonlight on her bike with the fellow thatcouldu't two to one, and yet we imported thir- .GOODS!
Separate the fish into small the
Jupiter Home Guards. pieces pepper., free from skin and bone. Beat decided hue. By the adding of certain pass examiuatlon.KentuckyDemocrat teen million dozen eggs. We importedin .. ., xc
filmy materials, such as lace or fluted poultry and about twenty million ,"".;:
the to froth. Add to them eggs ''Yj
a light "' '
t! B. Whidden was the fortunate discoverer eggs ruffles of some four or five inches wide, No need to send away from home for dollars. The cotton of 3 > '-j_
the fish, milk lemon juice and season- producers j. .
of fine the scheme is to be' which boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbUlld
bee
one -
sure as
f a tree not many miles any '
the Gulf States whose cotton in %
ing. Mix well. Melt the butter in a crop 97
1 west of town this week. an artistic plan is well secured, and to you one as fine or as cheap'as you : We have a nice assortment c t
clean, bright pan. When it bubbles, set off the whole nothing is''prettier want. See him, and place your order. has paid them 25 to 50 cents a day for

-; tI Turtle hunting on the beach is the pour in the eggs, etc. Stir with a wooden than a pretty ribbon either 'in satin ur My feller says he'll go to war labor had better' turn their attention to : White Duck;

I order of the daY-or night. A number spoon over a slow fire till the mix- figured, which, when tied into bows Aud kill them Spanish creatures producing and eating eggs and chick .
ture is soft and Take it off at
of fine captures have been made. creamy. and loops, forms for this drapery a side And feed his rich Missouri gore ens.Ex.The Pants
once and heap upon the buttered toast, decoration. ToCubanesque muskeeters., : ee1F

Capt. Fitzhugh has accepted a position which must be very hot. Serve at once. For the dainty bedroom the striped x But one consoiinsr, soothing thought present age is peculiarly one of .

al as engineer of the Steamer St. Au- cretonne is often employed, particularly My grief somewhatly sraotheisIf combination so far as those who live in .. $1.23 p T pair-proper

gustine, of the Lake Worth and Indian How to Make Picked Codfish. those Jn which stripes, narrow and he should fatally be shot. opulence from the results of the labor of Linen Crash Punts, |1.0Qjavy :
i Pick the fish into flakes and wash repeatedly Thank heavens there are others! .
Y River Line. until it is no longer salt, then wide, complement a running vine or Emporia (Kas.) Gazette. others. The toilers receive less than .. H 1.50:

3 ( put it into a of cold water and let pretty floral decoration. In all draperies one-third of the wealth they produce, '4 1T3
pan
G. W. LOST-Sunday afternoon the East Dark
Capt. Herring, County Supervisor of this sort the white background is ou .
it come gradually to the boiling point. Side: between Commodore Clark's and the other two thirds going to those who
of Registration, is at home again preferable, making for tba pattern a Flannel 2.25
It must remain this way for at least 20 Gardner Fretnd's, an Anheuser-Busch find it unnecessary to ,earn their bread Pant J JiiEiiI
after and cleanliness of that is
,./ revising overhauling the registration minutes, and it is important to remem- appearance espe- gold A silver eagle watch chain. Finder by the sweat of their brows." Condit- .
books at the County Beat.i cially refreshing to the eye and a will be rewarded it
ber that the water should not really by presenting: at the I
ions which such
charm as a color scheme. To make this produce an unjust state
Seminole Hotel.-KARL ZAPF. 6-16 1
boil. An excellent sauce is made by
I Henry Carlin one of Jupiter's long unusually attractive the ruffles can be of affairs must be radically wrong, and I
of rich milk
I for each
time residents and well known boys measuring a pint closely plaited gathered into The other day a Denver girl kissed a soldier in should be made
or an easy justice to give way to :. A Nice B"ltTaaLwthf ,
i pint of codfish and stirring into it a tablespoonful good-bye at the depot with the remark: "God Stylish
has accepted a position as Assistant i and flowing Ityle-the lower edge trim. a more equitable -Gainesville I
of flour which has system. II: J
previously bless you! Stand up for Colorado! Betweenhis I Nickle Buckle, 23 cents,
med in
1 t' ( Keeper of the New Smyrna Light been mixed in an equal meas- a narrow ribbon or inexpensivelace sobs he replied: "I am from Nebraska, but Sun. I '
House. the curtains well looped back witha II Ladies' or Gt-nts 1
I
ure of butter. The sauce must simmer I'll try to stand up for both states now."
A slowly, the bubbles rising only at tbe ribbon in solid or flower effects to Thereupon she kissed him again for Nebraska Jokers had bette be careful how they : A Heavy Leather, with vtl'
new house is just being completed match the goods which furnish the plan. Denver Sews. joke with the Spanish flag. An Indiana
y sides. When the water on the fish is at Double Buckle CO eta. f
for Jno. M. Law But to the who ,
a Neptune's popular last allowed to boil, turn it off and put young girl perhapshas Boat building done right at home in farmer the other day raised the yellow :
railroad and This hankerings for womanly belongingsthen Several Grades 15 to 75ft*!
young express agent. the drained fish into 'the ,
cream sauce. the most approved manner, good work- and red over his house "just for fun. :
I' will be the best residence erected so far Let it boil up for two minutes, then the dotted Swiss should claim her manship and at living prices. Call on Some of the neighbors tore down the (: all colors, ladies' or gents' '

in this community draw it to the back of the stove Season attention-a stylish affair in big dots, Capt. A. T. Rose. flag tnd treated him to a coat of tar and (.. .
fine in quality and of a slight tone of feathers before he had time to tell them
1
with a little white and add two
pepper cream, just a littlo off the white. For "Will you sail into my harbor?" that it was all a joke. A St. Louis bro- (: :
B. K. Hunt is the principal shipper of eggs which have been previously beaten Said t'ervera unto Bicycle LegginlWe '
this the hue considered the dressingslip Schley; ker (
,as pinned a Spanish flag on his coat
pines from here this season. He has with a little of the hot cream sauce.
"It's the finest little harbor ( f-
should be delicate ten- and went on 'change. His fellow
a yellow or bro-
'I had The cod may stand in the sauce for That did Lave excellent {
quite a quantity of large fancys. .. ever you spy. kers nearly mobbed hint before be could ( some path
Mr. Hunt also three or four minutes, but it must not 6i'i No, thank you, I'll not enter," where the eoft '
makes quite a specialtyof ttd explain laugh came in.-Ex. ( terns, dai k body with 81 |
boil Prepare three delicate slices of : Said the wily Mr. Schlev (.
bees, having one of the finest apairies ; CO cent* to j
"I'll wait outside and ( flHtripetop$,
brown toast, lay them on a hot platter swat you ----- : .
in the County. and pour the picked cod over. Three ta- a 1 y. 1 taV When you come forth, by and by:' (: $1 pt\r pair, til wool. ]

Henry Brooker took a spin on his bicycle blespoonfuls of cream, stirred in when I Cleveland Leader. HOTEL The Palms Cotton Hose, 35 centi-
the eggs are beaten, will be found to be Buy the finest Irish Potatoes at Clem- "* :
out through the woods and across .. heavy weight.Bicycle .
improvement. atis Avenue
an Supply Store
the prairies lo the big hammock thirty r
.. i iYachting
miles inland from this settlement. He How to Polish Brasswork. f More-Florida- 'Oranges. Now Open For Winter Travel. t and

returned the next day reporting ponds The simplest means of brightening -.., All Modem Improvements Electric
,
and creeks dried up and scarcely enough brass is to cover it with a solution of When Caps j
the
1 heavy frost struck Florida a Bells, Baths, Etc.
: water to be found enroute to allay one'sthirst. oxalic acid in soft water, made in proportions .
few years ago, says the Baltimore Amer. A of
large assortment
of an ounce of acid to a pint of $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.

,i ai water. When the metal is well covered i p id ican, it not only ruined the orange cropof Address, .. : Duck and Crash Whil:]

with the fluid it that season, but did severe damage to
Two Klnds'of Men. polish briskly with a 35 cts and 50 cts.
+d
i ... wash leather. It must be noted that l the trees. As a result, very few Florida THE PALMS" .

I t: The American Machinist of New York this oxalic acid preparation is a poison oranges have been seen for two seasons, 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.E.H.DIMICK .

I sends out a card which certainly should and very strong in its effect upon the I3' s and the California fruit has had full SWEATERSAH

: 'I receive wide publicity. Below is the brass, so I'do not advise that it shouldbe swing.
-SI'8
W onl-\II r ilorMade. *
; contents it used too often or be kept where irre- EOM2UADE DKESSIXG TABLE. /
J : This season, however, Florida will West ,
: l Some men won't advertise when they sponsible people could reach it. The der green, one of those lemon colored send half a million boxes of delicious Proprietor $2.00.BICYCLE .
bottle should be labeled "Poison."
tints or a tone of apple green, as desired.
are busy-think it will last forever. oranges to Northern markets, and next
Nowadays the newer silk furnishes Palm
Some men won't advertise when times How to Make Pumpkin Soup. beautifully, but is expensive, so tbat to year expects to send 1,000,000. For SHoES .

are dull-think the crack of doom is For ingredients take pumpkin cooked make it of a price that is available for this, people who love oranges will be : Cloth. $t.m() k

just about to the city line. down to a cupful; butter size half an all the fine sateen in any of these two very grateful.The Beach ,.

f I There are others who advertise all the egg; flour, a large tablespoonful; milk, shades can be obtained and do handsome California frnit is hardly more : K iu:':aroo, 2.5'J

I time. a quart; pepper and salt to taste. Boilcr duty as the decorative foundation. Dot than a parr:: apology for an orange, and Don!ruler, 1.50

The latter attract inquiries and orders, steam sufficient pumpkin to make a ted swiss can be employed in as email a is no more to be compared to the Flor- Drug Many. other style. -

r and in good time can pick what they cupful when passed through a sieve, dot as a pin head if desired, or in a cir- ida product than the mud turtle is to the --
draining off all superfluous water before cle as large as a 10 cent piece. Either .

I want pressing. Put the butter in a double will do, but all are equally ornamental. diamond-back terrapin of the Ches- Store. ANTHONYMerchants BRO
In dull times
they get all there is '
going boiler. When it is melted, put in the apeake.

i -the other fellow is out of business. flour, mix into a smooth paste, then add One View of a Moot Point. ---tee. -

One is an optimist in prosperity, a the hot milk gradually turning contin- It may be said that the little word The advance guard of the mosquitoes -DEALERS IX- I

< pessimist .in adversity, ,and a narrow uously until the liquid is as thin as singe "My" placed before the word "dear" arrived on time this Spring and gave i

i 'gauge weakling the time. cream. Season to taste with pepper has a significance: of its own. When promise of being followed by, at least. I Florida r

The other is just a plain, common and salt. Cover the kettle and let she used between ladies thus, ")Iy dear the usual numbers later in the season; West Palm Beach( ,

ingredients cook until the flour loses its Mrs. A.," it is to devote an extra Drugs Toilet Articles .
1 business
sense man. but instead of that every one is surprisedat @ m < !'e:" !I!! '
'
raw taste. Three-quarters of an hour amount of cordiality and friendliness, ,
I What kind are ? their comparative absence from this
you before serving add the pumpkin and the and again when a gentleman so writesto
t -- -__.- remainder of the milk. Serve with or a lady of his acquaintance it has the section. Possibly their spies notified'the Fine LI01511 XOTIOII.I'

When a man swings one leg over the without croutons. same reading. On the other hand, "My commanding officers of the main Stationery and .

It political fence and dangles the remain- body of them that there better J
dear Mr. B. is seldom or never writtenby was for- Notice is hereby (given that the O .

?Ii'I }'' :ing-appendage on the other side, and How to Cook Parsnips, French Style. ladies to their men acquaintances, aging; grounds this season over on the Druggist Sundries. torney Instructed to prosecute aD Lft, ,'

; rolls his eyes from place to place and Peel, wash and divide the parsnips.Boil "Dear Mr. B." being considered suffi- West Coast, and the whole army of them :carrying on business without Ik8 ,

\ *' smiles on both sides of his mouth, the in salted water, with a dash of lem- ciently affectionate. Elderly ladies, has gone over to Tampa to feast on fresh Prescriptions July term of County Court ).:

people should keep close watch on him, on juice. When tender, drain and dry however, arc outside of this rule, and tenderfoot blood, of which there is a Carefully Compounded A. E.IlEWEBCountyJ6lCSt :;,': '
in a cloth. Brush them with egg andcrumbs write "My dear Mr. B." to men. whom large amount this season over in that East Coast Business Solicited. T. J IIA1DEE,Tu Co

l r-Times-Union. and fiy, golden' brown in hot fat. they" have" known-- as'.boys.. town, and. its en\'irous-Ex.' .' WEST PALM BEACH ,
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6-100. Try THE SUN forW ,

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