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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: August 18, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Co.roiif.it6 fll\fH\ r1tE NEWS J80PICH.,ZttMliM SUM.Uk.. 18.1831.J,I 1887-1: WEST PALM ,BEACH, BADE COUNTYIFLORIDA, AUGUST 18- 1898. t VOLUME XII, ,NO,' 1.7' .

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; PERSONAL PICKINGS. in". He was successful both in his land HERE AND THERE. CORRESPONDENCE., it is called abounds in fish,' and is the TOWN TOPICS.

deal and in subscribing for THE SUN. '- -...- ,. home of the manatee. and tarpon. On'the -u ,

People as They Come and Go-:People Scraps of News About This and That nteresting Items Gathered 'by Our east side of this wonderful and beautiful Local Happenings From Our NoteBook

ij You May or May Not Know. Martin is expected home to-night and Different Things. Scribes,Throughout the County. place-we cross a long bar or promontory and From Other Sources. ,' ;

from his Jacksonville trip. ,., ;
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i ---Ij and the ocean; bursts into view. p-

t Mrs J. Frank returned to Miami Sat Friedlund If you want to know somethingabout j BOYNTON BREEZES: A, project is on foot to build a hotel on The City Council is reported to have

urday, morning. _. lon Adolph this week is expected at the Boyn rest pineapples read the article on our,third this strip between New River and the held a meeting Tuesday afternoon.A .
accompanied by
page. Back again after our vacation. ocean Here the' would be in
James Prevatt Js. assisting Geo. S. of the Friedlund family ,This will be.a sportsman fence is being put around Mrs.L W.Burkhardt's .
Adams in the I his glory with the inlet, in which to ,
City Market colored ,
at The of the school is
present. frame expected
numerous and a welcome 'addition to Alvin Hendrickson was here a few lot adjoining J. B. Beach'son
be raised fish, and Lake Mable to hunt ducks on- the east. .
R. G. Sewall: of..Miami, was a pas- Boynton's populace. to to-day-weather permitting hours, Friday. where
they abound, what more could he .
anger oa the north bound train Mon I The City Council said to be looking
day W. H. Allen left for St. Augustine today Fred Voss and family were guests at ask ? A smooth road is thrown'up to '
There was a pleasant croquet party at Modelo after some one to act as assessor -don't
where the railroad and
after quite a stay at this place. The the Pierce home Sundav., post-
Marvin of Bros.' D. A. Allen's just north of town yester office be reached miles off. all speak at once. .
Pope, Anthony West Knights of Pythias boys will miss him day afternoon. can only itf "

Palm Beach store, spent Tuesday in greatly at their meetings, he being a Chas; Pierce is finishing consolidatingthe A bicycle would make the trip in a few J. CLaulher treated his wife and -

, Miami. regular attendant and a willing worker. About the Klondike and lots of other e two stores this week.A minutes; "comparisons are odious," but daughters to a fine piano the same having

t z. L. Hosford and wife were .down : \> interesting matter crowded outlookfor we,will say that this place is destined arrived yesterday .,

Dr. R. B., Potter it next week. good many have their ground: to be one of the most'attractive on the
was a passenger on
from Lake Worth last week on a shop- cleared and planted already. coast. Rev. E. V. Blackman, of Miami filled

ping and visiting trip. Sunday night's south-bound passenger A new coat of paint on A. Nilson's the pulpit of the Congregtaional Churchon

Mrs. J. R. Anthony expects to leave since train that.to pay thriving,his town first was visit built.to Miami While house has made wonderful Improvements RowleyBrothers began constructing a The sidewalk improvements, gradingand Sabbath last, in place of Rev, Cady

neat two-story house this week. claying still progresses soon we who is off on a vacation. .
in the
few for
a days a visit to her old Georgia finished
hope to see Cocoanut Avenue

home and friends. and ,Lemon City and inspected the val Karl Zapf arrived home from Miami Several more settlers are 'expected horn the depot to where .the graded Frank Idner is finishing putting in

Will Whidden, who has been down uable tract of land he owns at Little soon to come here ,and join the "push. road begins, leading to the ocean. the fixtures at the new M. 'E. Church
the canal
route
River.A. Jast' Thurday evening by ,
with the measles for the past week, is to furnish light by acetylene' gas.'
and
the Ole
bringing launches Seminole .
said to be slowly getting over them. Capt. H. D. Pierce's Obituary. I/ ga'with him, The "Brothers" suburb is looming up Speaking of.cheek; here at a flag station There will be eight, jet lights. :

.. fast now, clearing, planting and building where the mails are hung on, a ,
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Geo. S. Adams took a run to Eau '
Gallic by the steamer Eclipse up yesterdayto Hannibal Dillingham Pierce'was born E: H. Dimick returned from Miami houses. crane, where the only revenue of the Last Saturday, Capt. Holmes, in his

Maine last Saturday for good, having closed of post-office is its cancellation, where the sloop Papoose took a' happy party of 38 /
be gone a day or so for a little outing: in Readfield, Lennebec county, W. R. Moses and son, West Palm
November i6th 1834. up his place there and moved,his stock Beach, ,was down one day this week postmaster has to go to the railroad young ladies and gentlemen from, town V .

lairs. H. Wolf, mother of Mrs. Max At the age of sixteen he made his first and fixtures back to his store in this looking over their interests here. rack anf after hanging his sack up, over to the ocean. A splendid time, ,

Sirkin, armed up from Miami Sundayto voyage and continued following the sea place.It wait something like an hour or more, forman plenty of water and lots of, sunburns'

spend a week or so with,her;daughter. for eight years, included in which time is reported that an Atlanta man is Messrs. Funk,Murray and others went a to appear and deliberately approach were enjoyed by all.

I ia this city. _____ was a three year's whaling voyage to having a suitable, passenger steamer fishing again, but as the other memberwas the sack and tie to it a pack of One of. the pleasant gatherings for ,

Lt. J. E. Chambers, of the Ex-Home ,the northern Pacific and Arctic oceans. built to put- on a new route which he missing nothing to speak of was something, presumably some kind of which this town is noted was held at *

Guards from 'Linton In his twenty-fourth year he gave np will open between: Daytona and West caught.. ..- mail, and then on being remonstratedwith the home of Dr. D. A. Thomason, and" T
,was np ,a day or
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1 and,, told it was not lawful, to
two this week visiting friends in town. salt water sailingand went West, but Palm Beach thiscomi g season. HAXGONIA MUTTERINGS. served as an introduction of his oldest
launch into of the law mak-
and at Dixie. water still having an attraction for,him, vituperation daughter ,to the society of our young ..
i fools is what call cheek. Yet
he at once started navigating the,Lakes Wm. Lanehart piping hia-boarding Mrs.Wil I Poland and .baby were up ng we people. Vocal and instrumental music, '

-t Henry J. Anthony:left last, night for On one of his early voyages s in 1858 house down on the East Side, preparatory from town visiting at G. A. Gale's Tues- this actually happened at..Modfl l% JTie and amusements served to entertain the
"Miami where goes to accept the position he wrecked storm on the man when through cursing the lawmakers ,
was in a snow to having acetylene gas introduced day., _____ guests, and a bountiful SUppr-of Wry?*
of office cleric and bookkeeper at the shore of Lake Michigan and brought stood close by to mail the package -
4 throughout'the entire:building, Idner & palatable and seasonable refreshmentawere '
Hotel Miami. Jas. McFarlane left Sunday morningto the bag came crushing 'down from
up at the town of, Waukegan, 111., and Son having already sent for the plant.W. welcomed and relished by all, .
his wife in her vacation Hen hand'of clerk
here he met for the first time, Miss join at the the mail and struck
Dr. L.., T. Daniels, the well known Mostly young folks were present and, :
Moore and married her before derson ville, N._C. him"mid-ship. The postmaster was revenged -
; dentist of Cocoa, was here last week, as Margaretta, L. Widmeyer- returned from Miami ; and as the fools who make laws they report an enjoyable time and extend -'r
end of the *
) per announcement, attending to dental] In the 1861 he and his year wife* went to his last Saturday, having closed up the Judge A. E. Heyser received another didn't know about the cursing, we guess ;I for the thanks same.to the' Doctor and his wife 3.

; work for his patrons. business in which he and E. H. Dimick shipment,of fine orange trees last week the matter is settled. .. -- .
old home in Maine and made quite a
were engaged at that point during the which he is having set out in his Riviera Lake Worth Literary and Social Club.
visit not returning to Waukegan till -- --*'9-- -
Carl Schrebnick came up from Miami sojourn of the soldiers in that place. grove. _..--

Saturday considerably under the weather 1862. This morning he left for his home at LIJTOX LOCALS. The meeting of the Lake Worth, Lit- -
In 1863 he enlisted in Co. I, 17th illi- Geo. W..Sears' family expect to leave ---p--
but somewhat in health
improving Jupiter.An and Social Club last Thurday after.-,
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nois Cavalry and'was given the rank of to-morrow for their truck farm at Little Deputy Sheriff Burton is treating both erary
he left for that place again Tuesday I
morning. Corporal. He served with his regimenttill extention of the bicycle path southof River where they intend to spend the the interior and exterior of his cottage I noon ,was opened with a Guitar Solo by-
Miss followed roll call and
the close of the war, being promotedto town is being worked on now. It winter. to a coat of paint. Anthony, by : ,

'y Mrs. G. Pickett,. of Savannah, Ga., First Sergeant of his company in the will go down as far as J. N. Parker's quotations from Oliver Wendell Holmes,.
One Mangonia boy will .longerline
use a
i.;:' arrived last week., ,on a visit to her meantime, and was mustered out of the place at least, and so give all the Dixie on his grains and not have the. line The Ladies' Aid Society had an ice whose works will occupy the Club the.

cbrother, J. F. Oliver) Mrs. Pickett is service November 23d. 1865 at Fort bachelors and bachelor maids another cream social at Mayor M. E. Gruber's coming month.
fast to his arm the next time he strikes
I This'week
closed the three month'sterm
t here for her health and will probably Leavenworth Ks., and went home and way of coming to town. -provided they residence yesterday afternoon.
his into sized shark.
f are spear a good of the officers and the result of the
t, : stay all through next winter. again engaged in peaceful pursuits. bicyclists. '
;; II. Gunnell of Linton and F. W. election was as follows:
J. ,
He moved from Waukegan to Chicago The left this
steamer Eclipse morning,
f' .,:: J. W. Comstock, a present member of All who paid their fifty cents towards i I Chapman, of Miami, have gone to Jacksonville For President, Mrs. E. N. Dimick;
his
and left the latter city with family for Ean Gallic to move Chris Houston
t: the School Board from this district and paying freight on the guns for the Home with the troops from Camp 'ice-President, Mrs. J. C. Sfowers; Sec-
J in October, 1871, bound for Florida. and family down from there to Wes t
t f;( one of our well known citizens, is out for Guards are requested to call on Postmaster Miami retary, :Mrs. W. R. :Moses; Treasurer,
'h" They arrived on Indian River in August Palm Beach, where they expect to re.
Stovers
1" 1t County Treasurer, as will be seen byi J. C. and get a rebate oi f Miss Sara Moses. They will be installed

: his announcement under its proper head 1872 and in September 'following twenty-five cents in cash-all who paidin main permanently. L. G. Ljman has secured the agencyfor at next meeting.

: ing. they went to Jupiter as he had been appointed your fifty.cents be sure and call and a wile fence a sample of which The then continued
; assistant keeper of Jupiter Light Some of the laud just north of D. A, adorns the front of his spacious grounds program was :
cents rebate. ,
twenty-five
get your !Sketch ot Holmes') Life-Mrs. J C. Stowers.
Goff Parrott and other officers with his Allen's that W. Helm bought thi!s
Messrs. In October, 1873,. he came on Atlantic! Avenue. Chronology of "t'ntIJ-Mrs. J. R. Anthony.

;' of the F. K. Cs R'y came from the family to Lake Worth and took up the The stock of goods of H. D. Pierce & spring from Everard Geer, is bein s Music-Trio Hymn by Holmes-Mm. Dim.

.' North on a special yesterday morning first homestead in this part of the country Son at Hypoluxo, has been moved tc I cleared up and grubbed preparatory t o Mr. and Mrs. Tenbrook returned froDJMiami irk Mrs. Ernest Allen and Mrs. T. T.Reese.

:' and after inspecting the work being (that is in Townships 43 and 44-) their Boynton store where C. W. Pierce other improvements. Saturday, where they have beensening .Miss Oliver Ellen Wendell Totter.Holmes, by W. D. Howellg-.

.. done at the bridge, left for the South May 1st, 1876 he was appointed keeperof will continue the business the Hypo ice cream and other refresh Reading-The Mysterious Visitor-Mrs. Ernest

before noon. the Orange Grove House of Refuge, luxo store being closed. Now that th< Capt. B. M. Potter has had the bicy- ments to the soldiers. Allen. .
elf path from where it leaves the Lake e
received down on the beach near where Linton store is closed in which the postofficwas << Critirl.8m-Holmell compared with Longfellow -
P. Lennon reports having a front to Avenue all clearecout : MOIie8.Instrumental .
out Cannery Deacon Rowan who 'went to Washington -Mrs.
is now, and moved there with his fam kept, it is rumored that the office
letter from Henry Ltnbolm, a former straightened and in good condition ,. D. C. short time returne Solo-Mrs. T.T. Reese.
put a
ago,
.. ily, but came back to the Lake in May, will also be discontinued but this w e<<: Reading-September Gale-Him SaraMoses.
resident of this section, from Santiago and all it needs is a little last week his SOD with him
__ : 1877. and remained on his homestead till hope is untrue. now tnon bringing .
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having
2d, 1883, when
the U.S. Navy on one of' the war vesselsin January appointed .of the House of Ref. The F. E. C. R'y work train and it will be as good a bicycle path as thereis I time but says he is glad to get back to Card_of Thanks.
harbor. Keeper
that .
gang, in charge of Boss McCormick, in the country. Linton. m
t "v uge at Biscayne Bay, he moved there came in Sunday. Monday they hauleda ,. ---- We wish to thank the kind friends
A. Saxon who has been working a for -: -
J with his family and remained two
f of loads of sand the" will who helped us so faithfully through the
As
- in couple over on MENTION' be seen by our Boynton cor- ,
of the railroad down the MODELO .
gang men on returning to the Lake in February
years, last sickness and death of dear father .
Hillsboro River Section, returned from East Side to be used in leveling up a w_- respondence, Cullen Pence is home I .our
1 1885. of the hotel and Tuesday from his and hnsband and especially Dr.
portion grounds, again trip up to Indiana. The
of Manatee with
train. He Mr.
there morning's and'his Burnett county,
on yesterday
. From this time on he family
Hood who in his efforts to
untiring
was
morning they left for the north end gentleman stopped over in town on his
his wife is here .
If will probably be sent down to ,the Miami remained on the Lake and soon after prospecting.S.
make his last hours comfortable.Mrs. .
\ of the road, Roadmaster J. H. Hill go- way home last Saturday and favored
Section .
L to-day. the Hypoluxo post-office was opened ing up with them 'to the north end of Keeler, who owns nice propertyhere THE SUN with a call. He says Indiana H. D. Pierce,

Miss Ella Beasley, who is visiting at some twelve and years held ago,this he was office appointed at the division on a tour of inspection. is now busy enlarging his pineryby is all right but he prefers his Florida Mrs. Fred C. Voss,

. postmaster the addition of several thousand fine home in time. Chas. W. Pierce,
.. her home in Indiana, sends word that even summer
time of his death. Capt. Alvin S. Hendrickson, with his Hypolnxo, Aug. M, 98.
and also to
she will probably:be back next month variety plants, preparing set
Captain Pierce leaves a wife, who is a I sailboat, Idler, made a trip to Jupiter by out an Wm. A. Taylor, Assistant Pomologistof .s.
if there
the climate orange groye.
not sooner, as up
sister to Robert Moore, of Palm Bach way of canal st week. He went on a the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Henry Graves and nephew, Herbert
f does not with her. This will be
agree I
'School and Cart. Will.'F. Moore, of Hypoluxo, business trip to his homestead, but be- J. S. Crane has just finished plowing was in town last Thursday and also Graves, who own a place and have been :
good news to her Sunday class,
% a son, Charles William born at Wauke-" fore returning' ,he found that his trip some,fourteen acres. of marl land, and called on Prof. E. Gale, at Mangonia.He living in Gainesville for the past few,
friends here.
1 well her other
as
Y c as ,many! gan, Ills., in 1864 now married and living was also a profitable one, as he was with his redoubtable, mule, .is now up was down in this section investiga- years, came in on Saturday's train from I

Mrs. E. Peterson, with her daughter with his family and doing businessat busying himself with sailing parties above New River,( hauling bridges (two ting matters in regard to grapes, both the south, having been to look at the

and son, Miss Lindie and Arther, of Juno Boynton, and a daughter, Lillie Elder, while in that vicinity; and after a stay at a time) for the County. wild and tame. He left Friday morn- country down in the Biscayne Bay conn

Ill 1' passed through hereon their way to born at Orange Grove House of Refugein of a week or ten days returned to West ing for Washington but expects to be try. These gentlemen stopped here to

Miami,.where they go to join'Mr., PeterSon 1876, now Mrs. Fred. Voss, and living I I Palm Beach last Friday. Hans Jorgensen is now, one of our down this way again after awhile. s see Capt. Alvin Hendrikson, whose 5.;

J who has been there in business for at Hypoluxo.He busiest citizens, with his pineapples and neighbor they used to be up in Illinois,

several weeks past. They have rented was a sterling, upright man, firm The Palms, after a long and very sue all his young garden stuff now started, Joe L. Earman is in town for a few and to look at this section. Capt. Hen.

Mrs. W. L. 'Torbert's boarding house, in his friendship but bitter in his enmity cessful season, closed to business last to look after. He' has only time to days this week, the guest of his mother, drickson showed them around and they

and will run the same assuch.J. a loving husband and father, a kind Sunday and will not open, again till smile when you address him. proprietor of the Earman House. Cards like this section so well that Herbert ,

neighbor and a good citizen, pronounced about the middle of October. In the are out announcing the marriage of Mr. has gone to Gainesville after his mother ;

; ..,D. West> ,,o,neo(the prosperous set in his views republican in politics anda meanwhile Mrs. Stowers, who has had Quite a party of our young people Earman to Miss Farwell, of Jacksonville and they will all probably make their ;

tiers at Little River- came yesterday good friend ,to Florida, especially this charge of the hotel, together 'with hei were over to the beach picnicking and on the sixth of next month. THE permanent home here. '*" 7 7c
up \
lived and esteemed husband will bathing yesterday. We have a lovely SUN extends its sincerest
.'x: and went to Juno on business connected I section of it; he respected our worthy postmaster congratulations -

with getting more land for himself and, : he died regretted and mourned spend a few weeks at the Root Cottage place out there where one can go and to Mr. Earman on his success in C. M. Gardner, of"Our Sunny Land" :

c ''-, partner.to plant in vegetables this coming by a large circle of friends and acquain over on the beach and otherwise recuperate enjoy an outing; there New River makes thus winning one of Jacksonville's most was np from Miami Monday in the in.. ;i

season and< returned home last even, tances. for the coming season.i I into the ocean. The river or inlet, as a estimable young ladies.. terests of his paper. ."l|j4? ':: i
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:,.: THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST, PALM ,
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The late.appearance of the minutesof How often do we hear that old"and I'' -' ,. ,,. "'. .

the last] ,,and one of.'the" most important repeated .question-"What is ,to '.1' #

GUY I. METCALF .- EDITOR. meeting, ever held by anEx- Stbe future of West Palm Beach?'?I "- : :

r ecntive Committee in Dade,. has been And the question is not always from! New Spring r-|9QPds:" ,, r4 .

MEMBER: a matter oolittle( comment among the stranger; as often does income __ _...< .. ... j; '11>'
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Florida Press Association Democrats nil over the County. .TT. .T TTT..T .Y.YYY.T'

AFFILIATED WITH Last week they appeared simultaneously worthy citizen. < > .i :.: .:

National Editorial Association in all the papers of Dade, over The question is far from an idleone K hn Furchgott & Co

five weeks after 'the meeting of the and only this week THE SUN man; f .

SVBSCRIF710N: Committee was held. has! beard remarks made and sug- Y. Y Y. TY, T. T T YY., T T.T Y T .,Y. T r. y'. . Y. r T r r ,TTT T T. Y T T T Y ... r. T

One ''... Even a hasty examination of the g estions., dropped- seeds ,by the : and House in the State, have in .
4 Tear, In adnDCP, -. ._....,$2.00 The Leading and Largest Pry Goods, Carpet, Millinery Clothing _
i Sir Months,In advance,.,....':V..._.....$1-00 minutes, has given i rise to many inquiries wayside ,that have impressed' him stock, and are daily receiving large quantities of New Spring Goods, including Foreign and Domestic

{ Three Month' *,in advance.................. BOVWUS3SP as to what some things therein not a little, and right here and now Dress Goods, Silks Organdies: Fancy'Wash Goods, White India .Linens, Checked Nainsooks, Prints,
I .... x .' Notions, Laces, Embroideries, Straw Hats, Etc., which are offered new at,,our Popular.Low
Hosiery,
may mean-or rather, whether he proposes to enlarge, upon them Prices. A large quantity of goods are impotted direct by us, such as Silks,. Dress Goods, Linens, Hosiery

'. '.EVEBY IHCB3DAT AT. WEST PALM they really mean what they say: and give them out for what they're' and 0 cheerfully sent on application. .
BBicu,DADECOCNTY, hVholesaleS bf Goods at as low prices as
FLORIDA and line Spring
offer complete
Trade a large
: worth. To our ,,we
I If they do, then it is not to be wondered offered. We solicit the
Discounts
house in the United States Liberal Terms'nd the usual Cash ;
at'that the "sub-committee," First, what more desirable name any of the merchants throughout the State assuring them that.we shall give them very lowest pos

> ENTEEED AT THE POST OFFICR IX WEST PALM consisting, as THE SUN is informed, could this town wish to win for itself sible patronage prices. : ,
1 i BEACH' AS SECOND-CLASS' MATTERP10L . . Y.TT"YYY.T.TTT."r.Y.Y r,T.T..YTWe
'... of Chairman McDonald and Secretary ? than that of a town of happy homes; TYY. "

:Paps eof Dade Count,and the Oldest Filer, has so long delayed the cultured people and superior educational are showing large and elegant line of Clothing, Gent Furnishings ,

*" Publication" on the East Coast.of placing of the result of their deliberations facilities? Carpets"Matting; Window. Shades, Lace Curtains, Trunks. ,

I f Florida. and between Tltnsvllle before the Democratic partyof Second, are not the conditions, the Etc., ,J OW Pri es. 4
West.
'k .. Key facilities and the location itself . . ,. ..... .
} .- Dade. And it may be noted right very .- T .". .,. T .,. T Y ;0 Y Y T Y T Y T Y T Y Y T T Y T T Y Y T T Y VVVyyVVVVat :_

here that the minutes carefully refrain such as to make. future and a name
Beat'Advertlstng'Medium'on the East: Coast .
t of Florlds.l : from mentioning the fact that of this .kind for West Palm_Beach? -, Kohn Furchgott & Co.
: ,
: ,
t tI 'the8 left the Let us see. : :J :
I to two gentlemen was
Ij ,
"
l j(: CONSECTICVTSPREADS out a little matter of preparing and promulgating We have a large' comfortable. .' ..: .: ; r" .:... '. Jacksonville Fla.

.' more than Porto Rico but don't the rules to govern the primary school building of. three rooms.. By _
1. I ejection. a consolidation of all the schools on

j, reach..,. ...so' high, up., And now to the question confronting Lake Worth' the forty dollars per

.1 I i many of the party'the committeewas month paid the teacher of each of

1 h THE!' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS can about selected to represent and act for the out-of-town schools, together

i I, offset 'New Jersey for size and havealsVn Article 3, relative to qualification of f with the incidental expenses ,of such .

very similar breed of native voters reads: schools, would hire steamers to carry DEDEALER

1 I mosquitoes.yfi,, .. 'every child of school age from Juno m. E. GRUBER HARDW AREand
;, I jf'I : : """dI ."That all persons who will pledge ,
I J themselves to support the nomineesat on the north and Linton on the >
Aii THE CONTAGIOUS diseases in said primaries, who have qualified
>} #"c south to and from thin town every ,
"
,' *' themselves to vote by registrationshall
this
1L country today
were
I,' i t brought l be allowed.to vote at said ,primanes. night and morning and would leave oj CrockeryGlal8ware
: I r'herebyth soldiers l and the 801'r' .
;; now ."
enough to employ for, a first- lass
f'' diers,have gone tl diseases:; also are Does "all persons" mean what i it
of intermediate -
t disappearing. graded school-say primary, ,Lamp and Lanterns.

,, ""d says? Jsnoprevious affiliation with and advanced-the very tATTAY000A ,
All Kinds of Boat. Goods.
r the Democratic in either Coun CNIILEDFIOW .
i t' party best of educational talent. .1
j PAD:THE DADE COUNTY Executive Stoves.Tin ware,Doors,Sash umUnda} k-
ty, State or National politics to b e And this could be done without
Committee of the Democratic ::
'GoodL' :
I party All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting
considered a requisite? Does mean,
of school
;, opened the door- to the any more (outlay funds : -
,
I representa as it that a Republican black Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene on Stores.
says, than at If still better facilities
!:, tives of,the local, press the voters at present. -T Harrison Bros.'Ready Mixed Paints
I large*.would"* :not have: ,been kept* 'i in" or.white, is as much entitled, to participate should be desired the law allows ; KaU Orders Giver Prompt .Attention. llI$7PROFESSIONAL .r

the dart for: ,five long weeks as.to -the only requirement beinga free-holders. to make this a special .
.f' pledge to support the nominees of t school district and
toe oceeding allows special
1 p r incident to .th
change in conducting the party ethe primariel.4-as is a known Democrat taxation for schpol purposes.! CARDS LEGAL NOTICES.

nominations. ,As it is, bat three ? This summer has seen the nucleus
k Again, is it the of the subcommittee DO
weeks; at louger't, can elapse before purpose of a desirable, attractive class of i. METOALF, Q JOTICE OP APPLICATioN FOB m.u.t':'
'Democraticvoterd ry
to mislead homes erected and all ., DISCHARGE. .
the committee can, if they do, right by one man
yen
when it as the only 1 legal ATTORNEY AT- LAW. r
the errors' made. states If it were,decided that superior edo Notice is hereby given,that Six Months after. -

f s requirement to' vote. that, those cational facilities should become a NOTARY PUBLIC. this date I shall apply to the Comity, Judge U ;
""" "who have qualified themselves to Will practice in County,State and Federal KNOW S Dade County,Florida,for,final discharge front -
of this
teature town THE SUN
I. ventures Courts.LAND the administration of the '
WHAT SEEMS TO BE AN EFFORT to vote by registration shall be allowed CASES A SPECIALTY. Estate of William' .
the prediction that scores \I! Parkin,late of Dade County,deceased.
Office in TROPICAL SUN Block,
I mislead! and throw into confusion to vote at said primaries"-aod thisin nice homes would be erected by the West Palm Beach,. Dade County, Florida. That the KATE B. PARKIN '

J the rank and file of the DemocraticI face of the State law governingprimRri 'i Administratrix,
most desirable class of people and West Palm Beach Fla., February ,
I 2t ISM
I voters.of Dide, on the,part of.a: portion which distinctly says (SSec. the would take bet GEORGE M. ROBBIKS. WALTER S. GRAHAM.
place
on a new, a
.of the Executive Committee is & GRAHAM CO., EQnitablo Lifoof
I 2 of Chapter 4535)): ter and a more substantial lease of ROBBINS .
Sure.to,operate.as boomerang be- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
II "That no person can vote or take life. ATTORNEYS AT-.LAW,
fore;.the game is ended. The majority part in the proceedings of any primary Hundreds of Will practice In all the courts, State and LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE,Ful
of,the Democrats of Dade wanted election who is not by the laws parents who visit the Federal. Special facilities tor'examining and July 2S. 18Q8. I
!J f.J- of the State a lawful elector, who, East Coast for the benefit of their perfecting land titles. Now York Notice Is hereby filed that the lolI wina-7'
prinmries.and nbwthatthey got them We have closed onr West Palm Beach office named settler" has notice of his intention
has paid his poll tax legally due, health every winter would, if the Any business from the Lake Worth section or to make final proof in support of his dal im. and
they i propose) e to have them operated not less than ten days before such northern part of Dade Conrty should be referred that said proof will be made before Clerk CIr :.
I \\1 primary election is held and authorized proper educational advantages were either to our Titusrille or Miami office, Wrote Over cuit Court at Juno, Fla.,on September 10,1898; ;
I fairj,"squ rpJ.v, and l legally or the and will receive proper attention. viz:
j responsibility for to vote in any legal election in here to be enjoyed, bring their children Titusvllle,Brevard County and Miami,Dade David M Hutchinson,of West Palm teach, tFia.

I ,'I, "-nY.other .ppora" the ward or precinct for'"which such anal make their homes ,with us County, Florida.. 10-21-97: $ oo0 ooooo .,lid 27.425. for the WJ of SEtf See.t",Tp.
: lion will be placed rxactly where ItJ primary election is held. 44 S., R. 43 E.
: for at least half of This ."* He names the witnesses his
belongs.AT every year. following to prove
J And again, Sec. 11 of the Statute FRANK W. POPE. D.C.,CAMPBELL continuous residence and cultivation
upon ot
'.. \ """" is:: not suppositional, for THE SUN New Insurance said land viz: '
&
CAMPBELL
elections
governing primary reads -
I ,
1, has heard pOPE James N. Parker of West Palm Beach.: PIa.
I man this stated *
visitors
.
,I THE REPUBLICAN Convenvention as follows: by Richard Hone,ot West Palm Beach. Ha, ,
': held in Ocnla last Wednesday hundreds of times since he has ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. During Jas. W. Comstock,of West Palm Beach Fla.
J "That in the appointment of inspectors John N.Clark, of Lake Worth, Fla.
1 : E'.; I.'BreI8rord'of Palm Beach was and clerks of such prima. lived on Lake Worth. He has been 111 East Bay Street, 1897. 7-23 W:. G.ROBIS'SON. Register.ubsori'be .

i : inade.'the Dade County member of ry elections, the committee making 1 asked by hotel managers of the big 8-3-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. -
such appointments shall, so far as
; the :"nenj v Con re&ioiial.Executive hotels, on behalf of inquiring guests, '
,, ?' possible, select qualified voters froma 5 fOI' fJ:1:, Sun.
J Cpnjmittee, and F. A. Root, of Miami list of names agreed upon by a majority whether there were schools of. such IT C. HOOD, M. D.. ,
Has Now
was pat in to represent. Dad e primary of the election candidates, Provided before, Such such grade and charcter as would war- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON .-.

County.on the Campaign Committee agreed list is filed with the commit rant.their sending for their children. Life Insurance in CO STABLE'S SALE..
Office and Residence
near Royal Poindana
The former gentleman is one of the tee." With the. outlay.of some effort and Hotel,PALM BEACH. 12-1-97

oldest) .set tiers and best known ref 1. In the face of this plain provisionof little or almost no money, a dozen Force ofOver Notice Is hereby given that by virtufl of aa j
execution Issued out of the Sixth Justice District
dents of this section, while the latter the law, giving to those most in. earnest citizens of Lake Worth can, W. PUGH, M. D., I In and for Dade County, Florida
E.
I i > does not eeem to be so well known terested the candidates themselves, if they will, bring about just such 8 Wherein William Taylor U plaintiff and Lea "
some to who shun be namedasmanagers PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Russell doing business as the West palm
desired
I and is probably one of the new settlers say as condition as above suggested. $950 OOOoooOO. Beach Electric
Light Company' Is defendant;
I ,t 'town on the Day, : of the elections, the i inspectors There are those whose position of Residence Office-in rears f Dimick's of Olive Drug Street Store., 3 Doors I shall, on Saturday, the :27th day of August"

j: for each precinct have already 1. influence would enable them to help South CleraatiH Avenue. .And Hasa A. P. 189S,bet ween the hours of 11 o'clock
I "" 3-2tf-9G WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.: in the forenoon and 2 o'clock In the afternoon
: : I been named without any consultation such a project wonderfully who
offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash,
i I Wrrn TEE MANY ITEMS HANDED INto with the several candidates i- would undoubtedly lend their aid if before the door of the Council Room of West

:; I I THE SON was one which evidentlyescaped already announced. those of us who live here but show a R.B.. POTTER, M. D., Surplus'Over Palm Beach,Dade County,Florida,the following -

: the editorial blue else Truf the Onl'8' described personal property to wit:
pencil, named in
may disposition to help themselves. !
; 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAT One dynamo the wires, poles and electric
i I our friend,the editor] of the Miain i every instance he entirely satisfactory Are there not .enough parents lights at West Palm Beach, levied upon is the

Metropolis, wculd not have had oc to every candidate, and again, "hose duty to their children andy A. PUGH, $48,000,000.Strongest property of said!' Lee Russell, doing buslnww

I casiqnto take this 'paper to task it may be that some candidates tea ambition for their welfare will lead pany.as the West Palm Beach Electric Light Com

; TnifSr/N has had the fullest sympa have none but strong opponents of! them to at least give this suggestion DENTIST. W. I. P.C. JOXEB
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. METCALF Special Constable.
thy.with, Miami in the numerous un- theirs ou some precinct board. TOE consideration and if it
be thought: Local Anaesthetic Used in El tract ion Attorney for plaintiff.
t I j jast'aml'un'at rantll attacks madeon SUN does not know alto this but the worthy an effort to take some steps Teeth Extracted of Teeth.Without Pain. Comp'yIn Dated West Palm Beach, Fla,Aug., 11.'Os.

her by irresponsible scribes relative question does occur to us-would it towards giving this town a forward OFFlCE-tth Door from Cor. Clematis Ave. -

; t.i I sl to her climate, water, healthful not. have been more seemly to have impetus? What think you? 7-2-9C WEST and PALM Olive BEACH St. FLORIDA. the World

np ft...>. ,,.n,1. .. .. ... ..:__ .._ .._ h..1 ._... ___'J_ __ _.. ____ L NOTICE. _
-.\ :n. >Vk Muv uaD. uis Ut'NI'*"" t-vf ur? iiiicano umue uu uuempt in nave

i considered. alist 'a moment. with the complied with the law and have given THE VOLUNTARY FEATURE of the L.T. DANIEL, Any One Contemplating In the Circuit Court of the Sntnln.11-
bankrupt law, passed by the last dicta Circuit Dade Florida.In .
,
( of, detractors from tho reputation candidates the rights the law allows County,
.. congress, went into effect on the first DENTIST, Insuring His Chancery.
of our sister town. .AH Dade is them and the privileges they of this month, but the involuntary Elisha X.Dimick

!: .' bound to grow, popufate and prosper are expected to pay for in the assess- part of it will not go into effect until COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA.1-! or Her Life, John W.va.Dunn and }I Bill kortga1 to Foreclose,

despite these attacks and Miami ments levied? No vem ber. Should Write to the Etta C. Dunn. j _
: I will not loe A. THOMASON, D. D. S. To John W. Dunn and EttaC.Dunn.GreellnpIt ;Z
I I : permanent prestig because There are other questions that I yU are the only woman I ever loved," D appearing from the affidavit of W. L Jt't,
of them paid! Adam. Undersigned
I < '. ."",, have oeeured to Dade County Democrats "Andjou." murmured Eveare the first Office: Corner Clematis Ave and Olive St:, I calf, Solicitor for said Comphlnant, filed III
i man that ever kissed me." the above entitled that are nonresidents
k cause
I I in examining this report of Then Satan smiled and said WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. you
unto himself
: of the
state of that jn
.h WE WOULD CALL. the particular attention the Executive Committee proceedings "That in equal to burned cork repartee and All kinds of modem rfentistnr''known to the his belief, Florida and ,
;. posterity shall perpetuate it." And it was profession. Gold crown and bridgework: a COUPON.PEREZ you are residents of Fruit Ridge
; of our readers .to the paper. and especially in the,work of even BO.-Chicago News.The specialty. Teeth extracted without pain. Lenawee County,State of Michigan,and that

a'P'artof: which is published on our the "sub-committee," but we forbear 7-21 Office Hours: q to 12 a. m. and I to 4 p. m. F. HUFF, Manager you are each over the age of twenty-OS
,
years and that ,
there IH State
tnird no one in the !
page .dn.\, arjd the conclud- to touch further on them at this The Life upon whom legal service can be made In lOa:
Dade Equitable of N.Y.
j I iug.portiunor it will be found in the i time. County State Bank WALLACE R. MOSES, behalf;it is therefore ordered that you do ftp-

: place Jacksonville, Florida.I pear to the bill of _'
: same next week. This One complaint,filed in said a
l' : paper pertinent question mark does Palm Beach, Florida. Successor to A. W. Robert, on or before the

-,. lo was ical rend before, the-American Porao-i I rise up however, and we can't re- REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, would like to receive an ex Fifth Day of September, A. D. 189S"'

: Society at their twenty-fifth frain from repeating it: Can it be Authorized Capital; $100,000. Agent for.West Palm Beach Town Lots, Also ample of NEW It U further ordered that this order be published
t annual l West Palm Beach Water Works. your POLICY 11 :i
-. meeting i 'held Columbus, that this "sub-committee" in its NOTARY PUBLIC. once a week for four successive weeil' !,
f Ohiov" September 1-2, 1897, at Paid Up Capital] $15,000. Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street. adapted to my age. 11 ;j prior to said 5th day of September, 1808, 1a
t I.; which soreness over the success of the primary 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Florida. the TBOPICAL: SUN a newspaper published ia'Dade
.t timi it was understood one agitation, are determined to i County state of Florida.
t I was born on the.........
of Orlando's of Ordered '
OFFICERS day this
pineapple 1st
a i, growers was make the primary system .so obnoxious : FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER.: day of August, A. D.1898.
to present but E. N. DIMICK- President. & BUTLER. [tL. 5.] A. F. QUIMBY,
u. mentionof
paper no and to render its so SHEEN I I Clerk Circuit .-

ii it.. .seems. !: to" be made, so we cannotsayfcwhy abortive that they are purposes pursuing a GEO.U. D, HENDRICKSON L. BRANNING,.Cashier.Vice-Preaident. f 8URVEYOR8 AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.Office I ...................................18......... .I. METCALF Court,of Dade County Florida.W.

,
I it dd: Solicitor Complainant 8-4-4
a not appear., The I policy so peculiar, and at once.. so at West Palm Beach

M I writer of this paper is well known to questionable in its methods? Brand legally sub-divided' and maps fur. Name.......................................
) Office at West Palm Beach ulHbed. Selecting and locatIng -
all of us here as' one of our 'leading There will be mr.ny questions to be and estimating timber aeeeialty Care S EBIINOLE BARBER SHOP.

t"t 'a horticulturists" of a longtime resident, asked along these'lines a little lateron !i Office Hours From 10 a. m. to- I p. m. ful tion.and Mai correct>s and by work mail Blue Prints receive guaranteed.at prompt Lowest All atten communications Prices. Address_ .e.................................. FIRST CLASS TONSORIAL WORK.

grower pineapples himself nnd a but these are ones that need light General Banking Business Transacted WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 11795Saterik 10-21-97
: New Furniture and Clean.
Neat
Everything
truthful map! so due weight shouldbe now. What kind of methods are to Collections promptly remitted on day of .

given to what he says, Characterize thjs caniuaign? receipt. Drafts bought and sold on the prin. for Tie Snn. Shop under Seminole West Palm Hotel Beach, Florida.
fipal cities' of the United States.2907! : Try THE SUN for Job Work.
8-11-93 I>. M. UKAVlilUKAU, Manager,

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THE' TROPICAL SUN, WEST 'PALM' BEACH, FLORIDA, .'THURSDAY,' AUGUSTA 81'f 189$. S =., .,
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,- THEPINEAPPLEy. sorts It is of all things most essential that t Miami
FURNITURE: : ue onBayiBlBcajne; 'F1oh \
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.. pine culture should be made at the ear ,
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"i Iilost Southern Railroad,Point in .
1 The [
As, a Market Fruit, and the Develop, liest possible time to take its,legitimate Household Sewing.Haehlnes, :,, ;, .... 1

went of Its Culture In South FlorIda .; place as a business enterprise, by which The Beat Machine Made, Light Running and\.. ).- : I; the United States. .
'<
..A Paper Read Before the one of the 'choice fruits of ,the: tropics Noise "":- ', .'. : Accommodations for, 200. Guests. HotelHomelike and Comfortably.W'W.PROUT .

at can be liberally and cheaply furnished to i' '... ; .
American Pomological Society "
Manager:
Sote'Aentfor'; the famous Wall Trunk. Mat- tstfi97 ,
Columbus: ,. Ohio..i.' the millions. There is 'probably no tresses made! tp.order; A Complete .2. :::-_' ____

.: ,'. '. more healthful fruit than the: pine. Anything line ofF : i. .' ..' ': s'n

that can be made'extend its general TJ & N"X'T'U R. E New.. .
BY PROF. K GALE, MANGONU FLA. The'' .. .

Pineapple culture, though'confined by consumption, either by lowering the of all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices,both Travelers
cost of its production or by lengthingthe Wholesale and RetaiL'aby Carriages' from $6 Management .
climatic conditions to a small
territory
period of its ripening must be up to $20. Go Carts, Refrigerators: ,Ice Chests
in the United States, has already becomea Etc.: wr '
matter of national interest and is counted as'a national, blessing. The .. FELIX GARCIA,. Prop. '} Jacksonville, Ha*? "
rap.
idly assuming a commercial, importancenot effort to lengthen the ripening period of We bare a' consignment of Oak Diners and < -"*

dreamed off ten : the pine by the culture of early and late Reed Rockers that will tie sold very low.. We Electric Lights, Electric Bells Baths Complete Service. ,
years ago varieties, or"by the culture of the varieties handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler
The pineapple! is_a J1atiof the cen that have tendency towards winter BICYCLES. The Best $2.00 per day :Hotel in Florid.-. .r

tral regions of tropical America. Since fruiting, or by encouraging that qualityin Especial attention given, to our Mali Orders. Take ear at the Union,Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers., ",I-_4
its discovery, or hi about three and a half :.
any of them, must be counted not simply We Gurantee Satisfaction, both In goods and
centuries its culture extended. over prices. Call onus.or send in your orders to I
a question of profit but one also of '
.
t.-
the whole Established.1875 :,
tropical world. Although this : 4. R .
sanitary importance to the world at 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. '
plant shows a remarkable ONLY *6.00lIf
the civilizing influences of adaptabilityto culture it large. Those who have watched the 4-21 D. E. COOPER N'f g Co. t' William A. Bours &' O."J": ';'

' slow delopment of the pine growing interest .
never fails to remind the thoughtful.horticulturist -
in Florida for years are convinced

of its close relation to the that there is a wide field here for skillful .! you are thinking of .irrigating your track farm
family of air plants. The better varie- I I I Grain Garden Seeds and arizers1
and painstaking culture. IRRIGATION pineapple field or orange grove, send me size of area:
,
ties are nearly or quite seedless. But you wish to cover and information of what you
Pine culture is now and always will
want and I will be to furnish all information
glad
some varieties and especially occasional No.
be in great need of'm n'who are able 61A.S't BAY STREET -:- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
desired and give estimate of cost. ..
samples yield a considerable number of +
... .
and,willing to run chances by the introduction
fully. developed seeds. From these nat J. G. CHRISTOPHER
and trial of new varieties. We We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock of
ural seeds :fas well as from
artificiallyfertilized' have fresh fruit now (at some seasons in and Mill
ones, may come in time a longlisf moderate quantities) for about ten Machinery Supplies. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits;

of new varieties. Some of these will Irrigating Machinery a Specialty.
months in the year. The increase and Meal Cotton Seed Meal Both Dark.AT ) :
no doubt in the near future add greatlyto 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Bright .
extention this supply by the selection
the pleasure and profit of pine cnltnre. ,
:
WHOLESALEDState --
of early and late varieties; as wellas
Few will have the time or the requisite

persistence to carry this work on, but it by'some.is changes in outmode of cultivation POPE UcLAURIN JACKSON WHLESALE'.ORjD Agent Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
an important question as (aras' :
opens an interesting field and is of suffi Star' Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable 1 erttllzer Purr
the pine growing interest is concerned. ground Boue,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash.sulphate Potasn, Kanit,eta These Fertilizers
importance to warrant the attention Another important question is to find have no Superior in the Market,And a trial Till convince.

of, the National Department of Fruits and ProduceCommission Send for Catalogue Free-. 10-33-87: ,
: some more reliable_ mode of putting on
Agriculture,' which nun'glad. to say it -If
the market in good condition the'tenderer
it already has.

The development of new varieties a known varieties fact that the of pines.best pines It cannot is a well be Merchants. "New i Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves

work requiring much time. But ,the 1
successfully put upon the market by our Grades of
multiplying of known varieties has also Fancy BatteP and CheeseWe -
of
present mode hauling and transpor-
its marked limits. The growth of the .
tation. The best pines are far too tender .: Solicit Your Business. <
pine Interest .from .the :nature of the StandardLight'gGo'sVaporIovesOUR
for modes of
our rough handlingand
plant must be slow. We have to depend We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumers-they
our ordinary slow transportation.The should buy from their home dealers. io-ai-97
for' making :
:
new plantations as Queens have been a source of serious EAST COAST AGENTS: -
well ,as for keeping up our old fields,
first upon the slips that shoot out fromor loss to the growers the past season J H Niver, Daytona JCFrink, Stuart
because many of them have reached W P Shryock New Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
near the base of the fruit; and second, market in bad condition. The same LITTLE BROS. Frank T Budge, TitusvilleEdward M B Lyman Lantana

on the sucker that comes out from the Stiling Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort tauderdaleJordan
fruiting plant near the ground and finally must be said also of the Abbakas Take I Geo F Faddison & Co,.Eau Gallie & Spivey Lemon City..
again the Pernambuco pine, which to Hodgson Bros Eau Gallie D R
Knight, Lemon! City
in
case the variety is the
rare upon enjoy in its perfection should be eaten Fertilizer 8Jacksonville pospbate \ompaQY A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T.Budge, MiamiGeo _
crown of the,,,fruit itself. These alone ,
with a spoon, as we eat an orange. It is E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertson,.Cocoanut, Grove
are the source of increase. .
our
certainly ruinous to put this mass of delicate .
Taking an average of all varieties, : sweetness into. an ordinary crate Florida. The Raymond D. Knight Co.,,

,
seasons and plantations, five new plants
and trust it to the tender mercies of a
I maybe reasonably expected from each SOLE STATE AGENTS
.
9 six or eight day's transit to the marketto .:> ,
Fertilizers
fruiting pine. From fifty to njnety percent be sidetracked-it may be-to suit the If you are requiring for. Jacksonville Florida.

of these may'' expected to fruit Vegetables Pineapples Etc write to: > ; 10-21-97 -
convenience 'of the transportation lines. .. _.. ?
the second The increase of
growing year.business has pine Either our northern friends must forego us and we can give you :more value V
as a _
as we see, :
these most delicious fruits of the tropics
very: clearly marked limits. Pine culture foryour money than any other Manufacturer .
or they must help us to devise some
'
u in Florida .is. said to, have com more successful mode of putting these or Dealer in this State or v! Chas1 N. Weishans
j xnenced about the year 1860 on Plantation ,
fruits on the market. The question here
i' Key by Mr. Wm.. Baker. This involved concerns not simply the pine from any other State. Write for pamphlets .

1 r. work has gradually grown 'along the grower but as well the transportation prices, etc., to above address. .11-12-97 -STATE AGENT FORLongman -

"keys, slowly, extended to the mainland lines, the commision men and

of Florida, both on the east and more than all, the consumer.

west coast( as far 'north ,as the climatic (Continued in ournext issue.), & Martinez Paints

tf .condi ons' will permit. The plant suffers Ocean Steamship Company .

from even slight frosts.hence some \ASTER'S SALE. ... .. ., tc v-, ;- .

is essential the north- .- .
protection along .
ern limit of present cultivation. With pursuance of a final decree of foreclosure "SAVANNAH LINE. :;'H ot"' f- Lime" Brick, Shingles. .
rendered by the lion.R.M.Call acting Judge; ; "

protection pine culture has been carriedas of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Jo'iorlda.ln :* .i Cement and Coal Tar. .

far north as Orange county, and..in and for Dade County in Chancery Sitting at *. Florida, : /. / t;i ..1 i *
some favored localities even farther Chambers on the 3rd day of August, A.D ,
1898 in the Chancery cause therein pending To New York f And Boston.
north. From a business standpoint it is .
wherein Frank W. Hall la complainant and Agent for Sickler's Peerless l Cement Plaster."
still an open question how far expensive and ..
Josiah Sherman E. II. Sherman are de- !
.A: Short'Rail Hid to Savannah Thence "
be carried successfully. ,
protection can fendants. The Master In
undersigned Special ;
t ,': 13 South Hogan St.,Jacksonville Florida. 10-21T97
,
choice varieties of 'Chancery,on the
i For fancy or pines A Short Sea Voyage.

some protection from sun and cold has First Monday in September, A. D. 1898, .

proved a decided success. There seems being the 5th day thereof will sell at public Sailing from.Savannah: .
auction for cash in hand to the highest and -'
however be limit fo the demand for 5 Ships Each Week 5
to a best bidder in front of the Court House door. Do You Want

expensive varieties of pines while theY in Bald County of Dade, and in the town of :

call for a good pine at reasonable prices Juno, within the legal hours of sale,the mor&gaged ; We have them to Sell,and if we STEAMBOAT"9none
All ticket and hotels with
schedules. Write for
agents are supplied sailing general '
premises mentioned in the bill of com- on hand to suit we can build
with the
seems to fully keep pace gradually plaint in this cause and in said decree, particularly I information, sailing schedules stateroom reservation,or call on Just what you want. .' i
increasing :
supply described and directed to be sold to 'E..H.'HINTON Traffic WALTER HAWKINS Fla. Pass. .
several of interest Manager Agt.,
There are problems wit:
...,. __ Savannah Ga. Jacksonville Fla. We are also PreparedTo
-:; to both producer and consumer "Being situate and in tile County of Dade and 3-10 ;

State of :Florida, and described as follows: I .. .' Furnish_
.
.
: } connected with the matter. of increased : ; ". .
Beginning at the west shore of take Worth, I .
/ ,; supply and demand. As far as our own at a point two hundred and twelve (212) feet : '

:;;:j: country is concerned the developmentof north from the south line of Section twenty- Florida East Coast Ry. ,Pumping Outfits for Irrigation;:

.. ', this interest must be confined to eight (28)).In Township fortytwo121 South,

hi1{; South Florida and ,on account of suit of Range forty-three ((43) East; thence west TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898. .
along the north line of five acres heretoforesold Write or call oa us for Anything in
.
soil and other contingencies must i
W able
e to Abbie E. Haieltlne. ten hundred and Our Line that need.
I SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). you ..
: be specially local even there. This is a thirty (1030) feet,more or less, to the quar-

matter of much importance to the pine ter section line now used and known as the "MOM" .8J No 83
STATIONS.
gag
County Road; thence north along the quar- n J ; Dally9QCa Co.
this Merrill-Stevens
interests as a whole. But E !11 Engineering.
growing
ter section line a distance sufficient to make .(lOp,,1201 LT............................Jackson rille............................Ar 6 tip 10050- ,
I interest is here capable of vast develop- twenty .20)acres, to wit-about eight hundred 410p 10 BOa At.LT.............................St Aufnstino.............................LT.M. 685p 460-
limits. The 419p 10 83* ............................S: Augustine...........................Ar
ment evenin.. these narrow (800) feet, more or less" ; thence east, 488pTKp 11 lOa .......,......................:.Easting..............................Lv CBOp483p 40a JACKSONVILLE FLA.
development of this interest as a whole parallel with the first line to the waters of ''J15P UK> Ar...............................P&lafbu..............,............. .Lv TlOpT S585p ,
, Lake Worth; thence southerly along the waters '!1 QP 1045. Lv........................._.....PaUtka..,,.................:......::Ar 910a
( has so fat been slow and expensive. In of Lake.Worth eight hundred (800)) feet I 12 tip r............................S&nluteo............................ .. "SlOp635p -" "-!)w ".'""="' Marine
many cases from various causes first the said ap 720* LT;......;;...................San Mateo......,._.......................LTM 12 ,.. Jacksonville Railways;
to p714a
more or less beginning point at '"tIO) ITS fI......................... ast Palatka. .. .......................TLv "I1J: T S .
plantations have been total failures. the north-east corner of Abbie E. Haxeltiue's '@UP lOOp ...............................OrroontL..,..,........................ 303p p '
I Most of have stumbled in the dark land the land hereby conveyed being twenty 161p nip ...............................Daytona... ........... ............ 252P 702
ns : .......................... ..
off said lot four Section fOp 122p .Port Orange ...........::....... .. 2 Up 6 52a
over the practical questions of pine cul (20) acres (4) twenty- tttp ISSpI02p ...........................New Smyrna........................... 220p144p 8800-
eight ((28)),Township forty.two12)( South, of ...... I Z p ..............................Oak Hill. ............................ M ......
ture. New varieties have been intro Range forty-three (43) East lying north of '.*?... ..............................TitusYllle...............,............. .. 104p ..... The Southern Fuel & CQ*
duced. Some of these.seem to promise to Abbie E. '.ft*.. 8 Sop .. ....................;.......City Point............................. M 123p1222p .,.... Supply '
!. said five(5): acres belonging Uareltine ...... 84Sp| ............................... Cocoa ................................ .. ...... .
:.S. .'t' success. ,with all riparian rights. ...... 8 7p ...-...........................Rockledn............................. 1218p.......
r..'" ALLEN E. HETSEKV. ...... 418p428p .............................Eau GaUi.............................. 1145. ......
<. Others have had:: a speculative run at ...... .............................Melboarn.......... ... ...... ...... USSa ...... WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
\\ the to \ I. ilETCALF Special Master. ...... 12peaop .............................S baiitiaD>..........:...:......:...... I' lOSOa: ......
_' a serious cost to general planter Solicitor for Complainant.Aug ...... G Otp ............................. St Lucie ............... ........... ,. 957a ......
be in the end discarded as unsuited in 4th 1898. ...... : ............................Fort Fierce............................ II sea...,...
.1 t ...... 649pT06p ..............:................Eden................................ Olla ,...... Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime -:-
: : some important quality for general cnl ...... 8 i4p ...............................Jensen............................... ,. 906*:........ ,
...... ............................... Stuart.............................. 8 Ma .....
:. ; ture. Then again in some cases costly ...... 788p752p ? ............................Hobe Sound..'e...................... .. 821a807a :..... .
;:' plants have been made which the de-. iJed Spanish and ...... M ...........................WetI Jupiter.........................:: ....... -:- Cement and Shingles and Laths. :
...... 8 BOP ......................Wea&Pa1m Beacb......................... I. 730 ......
mauds of the climate. and the nature of ...... 900p ..............................Llnton............................... 658 ..
...... 944p1022p M ..........................Port Lauderdale..................... ... 6 16...::.:.
the pine seem scarcely to require. At ...... ; ...........................Lemon City......................... .. b ......
all these points there has often been cEancy .I....: lO8Op Ar..h.. .....Miami......... ................Lv 6 VITRIFIED PAVING SIDEWALK BRICK

serious personal loss but from it all BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. +

the general blic has gathered some o. 8 No. 1 STATIONS. No.: 2No.-| 4

PineappleSlips at p i .I.y...........................New Smyrna.. .........................Ar Zip 535p405p
valuable lessons. The day of experiment 1te9p118ea M ............................Lake Helen .. ..Lv!
has passed but wet 820p UOJp H....................... -.Oranee h'..::::::.:::::::.:::::::... I.. 1229p l24ftp 3 Up Office 408 West Bay Street
not even yet ,25p IUOp Ay......... .. .. ...Oranre Ci&y Junction..................... to 1225p -85p. ,
are far better prepared for the profitable and SuckersFor AU train between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except /Sunday. ,
Florida.
, Jacksonville
extension of our pine culture than ever ,

,... before. After the experience of the past Sale of the Following Varieties viz- KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

-- season the planters,will be far more conservative Abbaka, Porto Rico, Thtrteamihipgty. of Key Wen of the Florida East Cant Steamship Company leaTe
Smooth Cayenne, ( & Key eft on Monday Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jack-
as to the extensive handling zonvtna,making connections at Key West with steamers for Hanna. Leave Key West 2-30: Indian River Nurseries.

of ',new varieties. Of course, experi- Egyptian Queen, 110 ID iii.time Itandard to connect time with)011 north TuM1ar.bound.Thursdays traiD. Satnrdan arriving Uiamt neat morning

ments will not. and should not cease, Ripley Queen, Golden' Queen, -
but the will be slowerto White Antigne Thaaa Tlm Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected to arrive and Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock: also foil
general planter ftepart from the aereral stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the times
line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this including
section
make extensive investments in new Pernambuco, hated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay. or any.
loasequenccs arising therefrom. Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons 25 Varieties of
and costly varieties. 'It comes simply to Enville. I'orcopyof local time e&rdcr.l1.'Os Wed Bay Street,Jacksonville or addressJ. Palms Roses Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips, Etc.
this that.'hitherto: parties illy able to Early delivery can be made part of the .P.B&j WITH,Trafflo Manager. J.U. KAHNER;A.G.P. A.
fruit from this Plantation baring been picked St. Aurnatine. "
.
F .
to ,. .... JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor :- WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
.:. meet the inevitable losses have been induced last month. Apply ; .-

-.: to invest in varieties that were at C.C. MATTHAMS, ,."
'
the time only in the end I
experimental ,

to,be sadly, ppoinled. The past'year Florida Pineapple Company, Zou'bscri'bs qis. $i I

Jjas given our people some 'valuable\ les 5,21-97 West Palm Beach;, Fla.. for ; PIUROETHE; SON JOB OFFICE

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!"ijtg; k r 1ttt.t. U JEWELED $ail oad Watches, v.HOTEL.. ....: Palms "". i vt.


0 'I.I Clocks aodJewel1Y "fl1fJ' I n .Br t rf : :' : : : ) l

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EVERYTHING' UP TO DATE Now Open for Winter TraveL :

.'. WEST. ..J1ALM'BEACH, .FLORIDA.s .. Fine Nickle Movement!Screw- Bezel, Dust-Proot Case- All Modern Improvements, Electric ,
sent to address on receipt of 5.00.
+ .4.. .". --. '. any Bells, Baths, Etc. Dry'Goods House 1
'
i : ,:-GUY I I. METCALF, Spectacles and gjfeglasses. ,$2.00 TO $3,00 PER DAY.Address Popular -

t-1 EDITOR AND MANAGER 'and Repairing Promptly Attended to.
Fine Watch Jewelry ,
Florida.
Iii "J -t. Charges paid one way. JJ. J. RILES, i '"THE PALMS" Jacksonville,

f .YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2' Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE FDA i
W.
Bay
C Cn
225 Goods Honse '
--- 5-t* r 1-16-96) West Palm Beach, Florida The Leading Dry


Boat building done nght at homeinthe |
'
I most approved manner good workmanship West E. H.DIMICK, in the State.

and at living prices. Call on ."" Proprietor -

Il. Capt. A. T. Rose. t Tho Largest Stock,. The Newest Styles,
She-And didn't you: feel the least! bit frightened iJ Palm I
I I I, about when"vou? you beard the bullets singing f at the Lowest Prices. I

i He "Not a bit You see it didn't sound anything f To all whom request we will send samples free of charge. c '
., AMONG OUR CHURCHES : like your singing Yonkers Statesman.In H. Beach
all
F I WE PREPAY Express Charges on
--.1'
order to make room for our new orders to the amount of $5.00 or over,
: <;f Time and Place of Services, Special Fall and Winter Stock, Summer Goods Drug when money accompanies the order.

fi I I t y, _Notices, Week-Day'and Sun- are being sold at greatly reduced pricesat .
i I I ; day Meetings. SIRKIN'S BAZAR. ; 0 The Best Equipped Mail! Order DepartmentWrite
;
9 fi .II -Store. Back if Goods Are Not u We Say.
Your
j Willie---ay.pa? ;. for Samples and Try it. Money
I f t.l ,H/Eplteopal Sepvlees.EPISCOPAL Pa-Well. Willie, *ltat bit? .f:."
I J Willie-lit a eannou a pistols grand-pa? i : -Respectfully-
I Pa-Oh yes, I suppose so.
1 CJIullru-Bcthesda.by.the-Sei.: WillieThen that make a pistol a little I : E
!, I'lT'-jAKES R.Ev.J"N.lfL'Davss't MPIFORD Minister.Rector.RFC ion of a gun,doesn't it puT-EX. -DEALERS IN- : COHEN BROTHERS' Hr

Irish and Sweet Potatoes and
( Service every Sunday morning at II o'clock. Fine
I,
." Sunday School at 3 p. tn., other vegetables at Clematis Avenne
The chiircli: : will. remain open,:during ,the Supply Store. .5 Drugs Toilet Articles, POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE,
I Summer. All ,
_____ ___
j We going to
.. ," ." Dear George are send you
j
.
/i :I-V i' some canned stuff. What do you 1O.289TJacksonville Florida.BBIELPORD .
h BisornuRrioou OP- ST. ANDREW.-MeeU on Eear SuHe-Put whatever you please In e ,

'" .:tthe>month.. ?end a net Fourth I.F.Wednesday HINDRY,Director.of each for half antidote.the cans.-Cleveland Fill the other Leader.hall with whisky TO FIT Fine Stationery and "'......... .......... ......... .

.
,, .' W.F.AUSTIlONG'JJt.,Secretary. ANY
Spectacles properly fitted to all kinds

J I t I 4.I .,,''.--,"........1-.,. of eyes by a practical optician at Idner Druggist Sundries..
:BROS.
I '-h.'i VI. B. Church South.: & Son's. -- .--- "U :

I Services; will be held In their new church Soldier Boys Refreshment Donors. e Prescriptions Carefully CompoundedEast
+! 1 be iZ'-on- -Pim_and Third Sundays ol ," Coast Business Solicited. Real Estate and-Insurance :
\ earn nadh rt u a.m. awl 7:30 p. m. Every )
The following is the role of honor of 61096.
OJis cordlallv invited to attend. "I was glad I I We have a Nice Line of : WEST PALM BEACH, .
I? I wutrti tawy i Srv.d unto me,let'us go into the house i those contributing cash and material for "' Beach Florida.
1 of I he tod1* :'..,BKV., J.11.WALEnPastor. coffee and lemonade for the soldier boys Ladies' Palm ,
f -
I -i-' ; '
4. I, .-.."..*. "' 'L .. passing through on the trains north last Notary Ftiblis Cottages to Pent

i3? nvecing ,Sta,Lodge, Ho. 46, week: ParasolsFrom Whidden's MarketIs ,
,', 0 A ( 6.1,-97 Post-Office Building, North of Poinciana Hotel.
..:.' Knights.Pythias., R,'A. McPherrfn Frank Cope, Wil-
H'q Mettlcveryp.FlidayNlghtatBpooclockstand-: : ford Porter; Geo. Zapf, B. F. Carter, G. 60c to $2.25Ladies' : to

? i. I, -;-and Ur.u'. VLit-n: ? brclhen cordially invited. W. Herndon, S. H. Happersett, Frank Prepared Supplyyou
a. o I. Catte Hall over Public School Building.W Idner,Mr.Goldenburg A.Hammerman, 'with "

F.ARMSTRONG,JR.C.C J. A. McGuire, Mrs. J.Frank,Mrs. Decker Shirt Waists, 60cLadies'
GUT I.METCALF,K.ot R.&'.S.
2-4-97
' f ,14 Dr. Thomason, Mrs. Gnmes, Antonio Collars, 12& to 20c Good Meats at Living aces, GIiEN G. ST Ofi1YI,
Lopez Mrs. J. C. Lauther, Mrs.

: Announcements of Candidates.Under Yarborough, Mrs. Mathis, Mrs. F. L. : Ladies' Cuffs, 20c to 25c : JtresA ?orb, i -:& DEALER IN :kr-.

Moffatt, J. W. Comstock, Mrs. Bradley, Bee/
this bead the cards of candidates,will Ladies' Handkerchiefs, oc to, 50c '
I George Heard.. eLadies' !,oul Groceries
be published at the uniform !ate1't$S.oo frem try'1r Staple and Fancy
1 The boys who helped make it: Wal ,
the time Iff) insertion op to the time of holding ter Haugh,. James Yarborough Louis Belts 9 19c to$1.25 ; :/ :/! Qggs. '

t the Democratic'Primaries!,' on Sept.27th next.
Burkhardt' Carl and Clarence Lauther. Fancy Hose, lOc to 50c : Native Meats a specialty.Your 'Grain and all Food Supplies. a
For Represent Uve., To Wilber Yarborough and Stanley .. ;
Moffat is due credit for this move. -*- :
Solicited. -
,hereby announce myself as a candidate Patronage
.
e .
: for Representative to the Legislative PRODUCE
A box of supplies has been collectedhere SHOESSpecialty. Market on Banyan Street, COUNTRY
frbniDade
County; Fla., subject ,to
1 the action of the Democratic primaries. for Mr., Lees and his family who 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH. Always Fresh, Kept in Stock.
lost their house and and .
contents
,' .WM., : I. MBTCALP.f one Your Patronage Solicited. -
0 son by fire a week or so ago., Mr: Lees : :

For Tax Collector. was also burned and is still unable to : 0 ur.J : X14 West palm Beach, fla. '

i The friends of Henry J.Anthony hereby work and more help in the way of Clematis Avenue.

t announce him as a candidate for. the clothes, groceries and, money will not I. '

l 1 : office of Tax Collector, subject to 'the come amiss and can be sent to Walter upply Store ::

; i action of the Democratic primary. Kitching at Pottsdam, or Mr. Lees at .. .
.. .
tl G j- t $For Tax Collector.I Leesville. Mr. Lees is a worthy settler ::-West Palm Beach, Florida,
and deserves all the help he can get.Suction We carry a Nice Assortment of : EARMAN
hereby announce myself as a candidate J. D. MA THIS, Proprietor. THE HOUSEIs !

for the office of Tax Collector, subject Stationery. : (Saccewor U Branalni'i Bakery and Grocery C.) z
1 I to the action of the Democratic pri :+..................... .. MyMotto-'KJulckSales and Small Profits. '

I, mary. JNO.
For Tax Assessor. : ANTHONY BROS : ..
I ;: : : Family Groceries Table Beat: the Market Affords'

lj.Candidate ? i : Merchants : .....MY Specialty.Goods "Ba.tfas 1 in Corxtiegtion. '
i j-\ =r .Jr Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.Address .
.
i :: t Assessor, subject to the action of theDemocratic
J ..... ............... : delivered free to any partof
."4 I I primaries. : West Palm Beach, Florida. : the City or across the Lake. MES. S. E. EAEMAN\

1 I !'' _H ..- M. E. GRUBER. | ][ J. Frank will be : ., All Orders Given Prompt Attention. ,
I' i' : : here L. . . . . . ., Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
i For Treasurer. next week and sell i 114-97 WEST PALM BEACH, PEA.
prices paid for country produce.
I A'Jake i this method of announcing myself t her stock of . .
Buy of me and I will tare! you money. 6-1-97
as a candidate for the office of Treasurer t .vVYVVVVYYVV..VVYVVV : Pineapple Slips and Suckers For Sale,

of Dade County, subject to the action : Of the following varieties: Smooth Lake Worth Works

of the Democratic primary. | Codies' : Cayenne, Enville City, Abbakas and

E. H. DIMICK. | and Gents'FURNISHINGS i Red Spanish, grown from young plants City Meat Market Manufacturers, ,.
Retailers and
ShippersOf
For Treasurer. and without cover For prices, call on -.,,-...
-, address C. A, ROBINSON, -
I Many of the tax-payers of the County GEO. s, ADAMS, Prop'r.
I 6-23.8t Eden, Indian River Fla.
1 i
have asked me.to aunnoonce myself as '
f i candidate for County Treasurer, and I = I<;e apd Distilled U/ater. "*
t .and boes. FRESH FLORIDA MEATS .
; I I hereby comply with their wishes, subject o ,
e JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President.
I to the action of,the Democratic Primaries. qr | RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, VicePresident.THOS. ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS,
ft t.
: ;I I ; f J. W. COMSTOCK: : .f\UC Ion. : P. DENHAM, Cashier. R. A. MCPHERRIN, Prop.
: West Palm Beach. BACON AND BOLGNA.
i I E t i vvvv.ervvvvvvvvvv. vvww : JAMES D. BAKER Assistant Cashier. .
.
.; J' I! p _$.: tFv':l .ri i ITC B05TOJI 5TOi! t i i Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.

t Witty Sayings: Interspersed With ....0........04........... POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGGS.. -.-,--
National
If" Bank of
I' Business Batt alns. TlTJJl ft f I n TTn New house; best accommodations on the

-- then needing gimmcling.KC AL 1111 TEL East Coast; table first-class and every
Coffee is Mail Orders from any Responsible r
I spoiled or bettered by the HJJUUl11U .
your wbeel to convenience and comfort hot and cold
t ;
f 'J' way ofcoffee it is'i roasted.never spoiled: Burkhardt's in that way-Blend A. L. HAUGH, the State of FloridaTRANSACTS Parties in the County Reeieve baths; modem improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close

I.: ';.- 35 cents a pound. ...The Only... I Prompt Attention. 6-9 to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.

A lit t'!,boy was asled what was the best
i ;,", thin he ever read in the Bible and hi-an wer Practical Bicijcle Eoameler Terms Moderate.J. .
wait,*It any wan bauls down the American \-- A-, '
'-1.," Bag shoot him nq the spot,1' on the Lake. Enameling done in aU Geo. S. Hacker & Son L. JENSEN r,. Proprietor,

.j No need sending away from home for styles by one of the Latest Improved Enameling s
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can Ovens. Bicycles Cleaned and GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. ;.
put in,Good Shape. All work done at
build
you one as fine or as cheap as you ffi Don't fail to at when
stop Jensen visiting the Indian River..
Reasonable Rates. 12-16-97
want. See him. and place your order.Byftsuder.Should .
l'
All Sundries Furnished fur Bicrc'es.. ... -- ,---- .
i !
you bay that picture was
taken from life? A. L HAUGH Accounts of Bankers '
l'ritie-I don't. know, but the world 1 1s. t.1r o J
:.f ,wouldn| !suffer' if the artist u,:an.-.soraertttlePalmetto 8-18 West Palm.Beach. Merchants, Manufacturersand
I :-.::!:"J"',, Jour al,: W ouldo't For it if I could not get another. So spoke a

fmns by the hair dozen 'or W. R. MITCHELL, Individuals solicited.... Take lady the other day. She was referring to' The
!;: hundred at Clematis Avenue Supply 15 Novelty Blue Flame Stove. She Raid "I have -
II Store-2 for a nickel. l Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Har- Et,: 3 Dollars had two-burner in use for Two Years and I

I j,11 I AarParneularapplirati.n Noric -:-Does learning the? bicycle require ness Sewed and Repaired. Capital and Surplus, $$190,000. .-- -.- -- source of satisfaction.never bad anything that has been such a

; I Old Hand-No not that I know of. Arnicn Out-of-town customers will receive -
I I 1M *\).'utae good tbi ngRichmondt promt attention. Shop on Olive Street The Novelty Blue Flame Stove
:I Dispatch. next door north of TROPICAI.SUN Build Issue our own drafts to all the princi- MANUFACTURERS OF

: 4 r Print Butter is only 25 cents ing 8-18 pal'cities in Great Britain, Holland Doors, Sash and burns Kerosene; will not smell and cannot get out of repair. Life

I. .N -. a pound at Burkhardt's.: Belgium France, Switzerland, Italy, Property are Safe in its use.
t No Room For Crows. Spain Portugal and Blinds, MouldingsAND Some folks say, so are Gasoline Stoves safe. IF1! YOU ARE
Germany.
Wickwire-Looking for another CAREFUL.
:' handout? Ah, IF! So are Gunpowder Dynamite safe, IF!
Weary W'atltin -\\e don't eah 'em
hand ,
t .. outs IDUallapoia uow. TheyYe Journal.!' "emergency rationsf ."- In order that the town may be rid of JacksonvilleFlorida We've had several instances in this town. of how safe(?) Gas
Stoves
; ( are.Better .
the crow nuisance, I will 20 Cents 8-17-97 Building'Materi l.,
t pay
Watch,and jewelry repairing by first throw the Gas Stove in the rubbish heap. Insure your
t class workmen, and guaranteed, at rOt every crow killed within the corpor CHARLESTON, S, C.La' safety by getting a Novelty Stove." It's cheaper. in every way.
a ate limits of West Palm Beach, Fla. Call
Idner &,Sou's. and see it in operation at any time.
I m W. WHILLDIN.July Acetylene Gas.Throwaway' Largest Factory South.
t He-I sh-01? never lo\tt again 25.1898.WHEN Send for Prices.BAltBEU 1. W. Burkhardt
f i t>he-Ah!E' Au hnmuliIndlaupoUs Jour.naL your kerosene lamps and F ,
i a in Jacksonville be sure and vis-. use Acetylene Gas, the coming 'light of inest Groceries.
it your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou I the zoth century. We are prepared to
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.Jelly Glasses and Fruit Jars are in .
in for
with Bargains in put plants private parties at reasonable
,
season yon can get them at the Cle prices. Call and see ours at our C.TY SHOP,
matis Aenue Supply Store. Dry Hoods, Clothing and store and get estimates. .
First Door South of the
Post
Office.
/" .... '- Gents' (j'm nlshlngs.__...-. 3-24 G. W. IDNER & SON.
If we could see,ourselves! an nthera seo m D. SINGER, Manager, Easiest Chairs and Best
mops of UH wouldn't. teliereour ey .-Somer, II Bridge street Near Bnv: ', Equipped Shop in Town. SUBSORIBE
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