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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00281
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\ : .': NOW. ESTABLISHED] Transacted, the' owI, 'Council People as They Coma and Go.> 'Vital's Brand Clothing-'ANTHONY'S KNOX HATS-standard of the world

:: ;t. : ,at the, Regular Heating .on ,;People Whom You May 01" Building operations ere In full swing -at AHTHONVS!! Baos. f

,. '1 -1--- '.. r Tuesday Evening. .. '. May Not Know. m the new Jefferson block. Mr. W. R. Healy, the well known fish.-

-, ,-; Saturday last was Memorial Day andIt dealer, left yesterday for Roxburr'.. I

: ,Sf ,ORGANIZATION ELECTED OFFICERS The regular meeting of the Town Sheriff Frobock was in-town "yesterday1. was observed .by the Dade County Mess, where he' will spend the summer ,

Council was' held on Tuesday! evening In State Bank and ,the, local postoflioe, both Dr. Miller, the West Palm Beach
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!he-court room.AIembcrs ,Mr. Jas. Gallat of Miami, was' D town institutions being closed. dentist, will be iu Boynton, May nth

:, :Constitution and By-Laws Were Adopted afr a Largely Attended: present were: Geo. W. Pot yesterday on business. I 1 Max Sirkin's store on Narcissus street and 13th prepared to fix: your teeth. at r

Hall ter, chairtnant Aldermen Lauther Ot- Mf. Walton Chapman of Delry spent I li being greatly enlarged; additional Why not send TUB SON to your + ,

Meeting Held in Public Library Last. Wednes- Well and Dimick. yesterday, in town, visiting hia sister Boor space to the extent of 45 feet by friends the North, who were visiting

day Evening, : ,Business Men. Enthus. astic, The minutes of last regular meeting Mrs.. C. L. Dorothy has been spending 35 feet being provided, making it one. of here last winter ? They will be interest ,

ri.1 r 5 were read and approved. The last re- this*week visiting 'relatives at St. Au. he largest stores intown.Wai. e.l In the progress and welfare of West
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Palm Beach.
v Kusttne S A. Blase, the boss barber, has

< ,IAn;: adjourned meeting of':the ,newly to what should be the basis of a Bar<( clerk and treaSltrer, .w re asfollows, : H. L. Hillier, the well known caterer, just opened np the largest, best ventl- Among the Miami citizens present at

j i. :or tll.ed" Business Men's League of of Trade,and what ,work 'should beat' Receipts: of marshal and collector. for' Is suffering from severe blood poisoningon la.ted and most completely equipped barer the meeting of the Democratic Executive :: i {

Vest PRIm Beach, was held In the Art tempted alter organization was completed. March: "' both handa and rnm.' >> shop in Dade County, with four Committee Thursday, were R. INK
a Court cosu and ones ... ................ MOM 5Cfdrensea '
ry.t ,<-n .. i wheel chairs;.........,......... :HO O(, 'Rev. C. Fred! Blackburn, pastor of the chairs in the Seminole Block, West Smith, Jas. Gallat, J, B.Kiley and C H. ,\

'- : ; ;' :. cares..,",..................... ... ..."... ....., 1819 TO Methodist- Church, walt id Miami ou Palm Beach. 3t Raulerson.
I'be' large attendance of representaUcebuahiea.aidprofeeelonalmea'epeaka To enable the citizens to act togelEetqulikly ;' Tuesday and Wednesday the well known l launch
; l and Id the most autborltadvi '.otnt....:..:.. ........... .,................,....11 Mr. H. Blue, who entered the employof C. C. Cuttrell,
; Senator Dimick was In West. Palm Mr. Cart Scbrebnjck in November and yacht builder of Mangonla, baa void
pelf,, for the' of the enterprise; matters of financial ; The secret:1r: .treaaurer's statement:
success way oc advantage Amount ol Indebtedness on Mod 4.lOlft, 18Aniouut / Beach :yesterday la attendance at the last as decorator for his new store in the 30 foot launch which he had cone

17 ski from the interest taken In. Friday to the town, and which do not propel- of warrants .forMarch.. ..... KM 35 Democratic County. Convention. cite Jefferson Block and baa since acted pleted for his own use, to Capt. Will

nlacbt'. 'proceedings, there can be' no come ", ltblJ1" tbe duties of the Town ............. '
: Total.... ..-.. ...... .luot( 50, is salesman at the Honest Profit House, MOore, of Hypoluxo. y
,doubt 'that the organization will be per. Conceit. Ile ,, luaneat.Mr. Tu. > instruct and educate the member* *' venn rcon..!ttons. ............... ...... S9! 80 Ross hive'returned to the :Beach aftera will, leave shortly for Bocas-del-Toro, W. Bramen'8 houseboat, which bra

N Sewer IBM........................................ S'OO pleasant visit with friends at Delray Central America! his future home. been tied up for some time at the city, .
Ben H. Doster, president, pro by public addresses debates and private Htreet Ornya. ,... ........i....................... It SO wharf, and another, just completed yes-
,f, '? tem, and S. Doha Dean, secretary, pro discussion as to what things are of financial Sundries....... ................'..... ............. :a,1111 Dr. and Mrs Baton left On Tuesday The Travelers Hotel continues to enjoy towed down Lake Worth

r tend, (fulfilled, their' respective, duties tn advantage to the iown. Total i.............................*1840 OSEtalanco .. morning on a ten days trip to the East a splendid patronage from people of terday, were '
,.... ......... ..... fl8 4C benefit Mrs. last night, euroute to Miami.
Court for
.a satisfactory manner. Mr. Donter, in.opening To propose plans cf action aud venti- of over' draft Resorts': the of the .be State visiting Jacksonville. I

the proceedings,referred to the late them preparatory to submission( U Alderman\ Otwell reported In refer' .doctor's health. Garcia spares no pains to make every The announcement of a few of the, e

Circumstances that brought about the the Town Council, an
'organization ot the League at Manala. strengthen the bandaof, the Aldermen ir He elated that two carloads can be or> morning for1 Tifusville, ..where he. ha she charges: State people is appreciated this Issue. Step up, gentlemen: and let'

j pan Beach'and, he placed the matter of all action's! that are deemed to be to the talned during the first Week la May'; been In attendance at the Brevard Coun by all who are patrons 'of that the Democracy of Dade know what you f

+ making the;organization *a permanent best interests of the Community On motion of. Aldermen Lao'ther and t.Circyitspurt./ well conducted hostelry. want .through the paper that reaches'tllem r't

one iu the. bauds' of the. gentlemen, ; pres To criticise any questionable town'ore Uitnlck the report was :received';and Emit Kotch, wt: >q.is attending to some Credit Is due Town' Marshal DeBerry all-Tim-Peopi.B'3 PAPER.: >

a f eat; : d1nanCe' or any -inexpedient act of,tlu accepted.The (!. construction work' for Mr. Chas. E. >f tbia town, forth clever and prompt I, Cashier Geo. L. Braoning has his new

Mr: O. C. Currie suggested: that 'an County Commissioners: with a view t ttheli1 t. following accounts' were presented Hauler, at Hobe Sound was in town capture of a young white man from; !Home! on the Orange Ridge, south of-

r eipteaslou; 'opinion be obtained from amendment ordlscontiuuane.To for? payment: over; Sunday visiting his sister, Mils !.ake[: county, who is badly wanted botL own, about completed, and expects to'

[ hose, present The chairman first called encourage new industries In our Frank Ros..ermtsprInkIlng.1 /f.O: Louise Kotch. there and in 'other counties on very iov<< his family tutu It in a rew.days..'
N H Hall, balance>o clearing land... 14 00
'II h pon. Judge A. J. Lewis;' who, 4DA Jhi* tnidst. On motion of Aldermen Lauther.nd Mr. C. Li Dorothy who baa been a well serious charges.: Sheriff J. W. Northrupf This two-story cottt.ge is one of the;

".'t.' j lI1lukst pointed Out ,that a Beard. of To consider- waya and means for the Dimick, the street couipittee were Instructed ': knowu carpenter at West Palm "Beach f Lake'county; came after the man : most attractive that has been built south,

Trade here would probably be a sp'nr to holding of public celebrations, agricultural to investigate: work done'' by 'or some time, left on Tuesday evening Tuesday evening returning with him on t.>f towu'f

; the Town Council to act promptly on fairs and banquets to public bene : Wednesday's train Important alterations have recently
Mr. Hall, and if satisfactory, to Issue a for Miami, which place he: wilt make I i
54 matters pertaining to the public wel Factors; the preparation and presentation warrant for the amount of his bill. The hU future home. THE SUN representative had the pleasure been made in the Public Library! ..room,,

fare.. of addresses to distinguished visitors account of F. Roys was ordered paid. The Ren L. Flu-James Hiadry rector '. last week of seeing dine ol tin that are distinct improvements. The
kTA; Anthony offered some valuable and the Inviting and of in interior has been white thus
J. welcoming con There being no further blt'slness. ,the of left Wednesday enormous amount of woik being done I painted ;
Betbesda-by-the-Sea '
., advice. He thought a Board"o// ventions, delegations, etc., to the town. council adjourned. {Jacksonville by the. Burton E. Coe Com making the appearance far more cleanly 1
morning for Baltimore where lit
Trade at West Palm Beach would be oft To. draft .resolutions .of approval 01 .. pany. Their roofing, walks and floors .and neat, and in the hall upstairs scat'
will attend 'of lectures the
grvnfvalue, and ,a good thing{ for the disapproval of action of those In authority a course at. are in evidence everywhere, and the ylene gas fixtures have been installed..

t ,_ 'town. For IIPme time past there had l whether in town, county\ State A Charming Social Event. Johns[ Hopkins University. I rebuilt Jacksonville bears the stamp of The Weekly band* concert by' the'

bei-u need of some official body to act asa according as they are for the advanceS One! of the.most delightful! events In Dr. Munyon and son, Jim! left on their enterprise and the esteem In which Lake[ Worth Band was commenced on. r

committee the occasion ol' detriment of town's the social life of West Palm Beach cc Wednesday morning for' their summer blockof '
reception on me t.pr our pros their work is held in almost every Friday evening last week, and wee f7
curred last Saturday when Lea Fees de home at Philadelphia. The Doctor will .
the Visit of distinguished people. The perlty. the -city. enjoyed by a great many tO-vospuople.' +

5, 5 suggestion: had been made that tte Board To appoint committees to obtain subscriptions I' Aiguille\ entertained"their young/ lady spend five months in.Londou, England, This evening, owing to the absence of
friends at the home of Miss'; Laiubart, returning early in November. The Ladles Guild of Holy Trinity Mi.
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criticize
could expenael of
of Trade very properly defraying any. lion had and made one ..f the members, the .usual' weekly
the acts of the county and town officials thing that the l members decide. la a public The day was all that one could wish' The many friends of Capt. George ,II.Wooddalt. planned\ fete which prepara- concert will be postponed'! but the series
tions for a -Daa wa
in their public capacity,.but it was just utility.A for and it was; happy' party that boardedthe conductor on the F. F:. C. Ry., announced for MaX last evening Thursday.. will be resumed Friday of next week..

,f a question as'to haw far such criticism motion was made by Judge/ Lewis, "Drucfe"( for the jouine/:\ up the regret to learn that he bas'been transferred '
May ist, and wall.to have been held-in D. A, Allen, )proprietor of- the Finis
should be earned The fact was generally and seconded by J. B. McGintey, that the Lake. -; to the Jacksonville & Mayporl terre Fruit the
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the city park. However, permission to Farm- reports orange
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recognized that.West Palm: Beach is objects as laid down by Mr. Currir.. bt .On reaching lisa LainhaKt'shome. ,, Division,.thus ngceaeilatiog.the! removalof
use the park'lroullds/ could not be obtained and "grapefruit, trees he planted out a
,, not; nor indeed can be, a manufacturing adopted! .s the sense of the meeting. TIle: the\ guests'were received by reception hlsVamily from Miami to Jackson to having bloomed
so the ladies were obliged ear ago, as already
centre.but is rather a !' Cottage City." motion carried unanimously committee composed of Miss Lainharl : ville.
the fete and it indefinitely ind attempting to bear fruit. Mr. Aller*
cancel/ postpone
and the officers of the ..Club Misser f :1
As such; I ilE should advertised, fur and TO DRAFT : /'CONSTITUTIbN.Decal1Be and Crutch- G. W. S"'Bell, the well known contractor It in understood that, if posslMe "ays 'he Is clipping all of the buds, so as
wide, and provision should be made to Miller Lamping Virginia and buildernow has force ol -
of the absence .of the three \ a- a date may be fixed for some tim to give nn opportunity for stronger tree
attired in white
field
who'were
provide cheaper homes for' the people to draft dainty, : men engaged on a residence he is build. t tfruit.
k gentlemen originally appointed during the bright moonlight nights ol rowth before they are allowed to bear .
violets.
from the North who spend the winters a constitution and by laws a motion wee (gown.{ and wore beg at Jupiter, for E. H. Hooley,. a welt the present mouth, and suitable prlvat. .

a here. By combining forces, twenty-fiv presented by Messrs. Currie and Lewis, 'Many were the exclamations! Of -delight known Wall Street broker, who will have been offered on
grounds already D'wlght A. Allen has been apiolnted
the ushered ia ,
or thirty cottages could be built, a cost lbe as guests were ai make his 'winter home hereafter in Dade
and passed, that chairman name themselves in bower ; the Lake front. Deputy Collector and Inspector of the
finding a perfect
+ of $300 or |400 each, and'rented profita three gentlemen as additional members Count ,
s, these lines for with the. aid of flowers and vine The Epworth: League of the MethodimCjturch sub-port of Palm Beach. This position
bly. United efforts along ot that :Committee, to assist lit drafting/ Capt. A. TV Brown, manager: of theValley has been revived in order to have a duly
beautiful hAd been
the
already, parlor .m enjoying a pbeuominal
lr would. Mr. Antbdny"felt sure, accomplish the bylaws. Messrs. G. G. ,Currie, A.'' Fruit Co., of Peiray, was In'town authorized person; here on the ground to
transformed into a dream of lovliness., At the' last Sunday
meeting
growth.
deal. in the upbuilding of
a great P; Anthony: and'llarry: L. Brown were Monday with James
_arrangluK Holley, look after the matter of the importationof
West Palm, Beach.Mr .. The din lug room surpassed, if possible afternoon, no less 'tlian' ailleteen'ne...
r, appointed. schema for the erection of a uew residence alien labor to this part of the coast, a
the parlor. The color received Into the
warviolet members were League
Geo. L.. Branning, cathler 'of the Messrs. Curie and Lewis moved that which will cost in- the neighborhood ol/ which hasjoccajlbned
with and white, the Club colors., Yio At the evening service: at the Methodist subject some annoyance
v Dade County State Bank, agreed/ the.meeting ask the by-law committee $3,000, and wiU- be built tbia- summer and disturbance in'the "
let, the Club flower played an important Church next Suaday'eveDinl just past.'
{ pre
Air Anthony that this was not a manufacturing .
.the a and before the winter
protidefor ,
to paying secretary completed season.
town,, but It was beyond all part In the decorations.The vloua to the! sermon, several new memo President B. H. Doster last evening
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desirable 'residential! salary of #5 per month. table In the center of the room Mr.and Mrs. O'Neill, who have occupied hers who have lately joined the church, Issued a call for a meeting of the Board
most : -
question, a and
Messrs. Branning Anthoay pointed -
f He felt that a Board of Trades was decorated violet and white and one of Mr. Flagler's cottages will be received by the pastor. After of Governors of the Board of Trade, to
.city. that such ,motion out of
t would give dignity) out was violets, and In the center stood the the ocean beach for the past season, left the sermon, the Sacrament will be ad. be held 'In' the office of Secoud Vice. ,

_ properly organized would very beneficial order, for the reason that there was no punch bowl, from which charming this morning for: tfieir home in Pitts- ministered. It is interesting to note Preuideot Chas. E. lamer, in the Jefferson

? v'1 t tojhe in place that waya'aud prove he highly money yet collected end' In the! treasury, little Hebe in the I' ,rao") of Miss'Margaret burg Pa. Mr.< O'Neill ia widely known that since Rev C, Fred Blockburn be block sat 4 o'clock this afternoon,
many np- and also because there la reality no I Ia
of the movement.A .: was' Clow, served fruit punches In place throughout this C
r proved- prominent business. man who gave; completed till constitution' organization and, nor by-laws could were be, of nectar, while Miss De Oottreau.served and publisher' ol the' Plltsburg Dispatchof was, on the first of January last) over secretary and a treasurer and also give .

delicious refreshment that"city* the chairmen of the various committees
existence thirty metnbers.have) joined .the church.
the
for :
several Important reason : adopted., On motion of Messrs. 'Saun- "
At Jatc hour the guest 'dispersed Eugene!; Porter, a well known bicycle an opportunity to select the two otiitr ,
of.. live Board
at West Palm Beach a dens, and :Anthony;*question of salary Capt. B:< Stelnhauser who for several '
with many pleasant memories of a beau dealer of this towns is here again looking members necessary to make lUvir: rtspecttve .
of Trade Mr. J. BOo McGlale,. In the
was was laid on the table. years was one pf popular passenger *
his' tlful home and of the hospitality* of Lea after his ,business interests, having con committees complete.: !
his'remarks he. reminded hearers ot the F. E. C.
The meeting adjourned at 9:30 to assemble conductors on Ry., passed i
Fees de V Aiguille.The cluded a lengthy visit with his father In
the failure of a recent Fourth of July afcain: } on..Wednesday venlnl..ia through town Monday on bis way from Tomorrow morning Mr. W. C. King
guests of the Club' were'yMis.es.Obencbais Texas. Mr. Porter, while, absent, tooka
celebration because of the,refusal of the the Public Library ])al.. Cutler (where he has a prosperous truck will open an up-to-date ice-cream parK.r
LInaley. ,Judson, bu..th,Yar course of treatment at the famous Hot
;h railroad to /grant cheap rates over their .. farm) to Jacksonville: Capt. Stein. and fruit store: to be knowu .-1Tbe
Holden, Hlndry, ;,, 'Angevin', Springs.of'Arkansas, and as a result,
lines. Such mailers could be dealt with WEDNESDAY: NIGHT'S MEETINOConstitution borough, hauser Is plaintiff in a damage suit for Palms Ice Cream Parlor," that wilt be
more successfully br .-,Hoard of Trade. Norton, and' Miss Hams, of Jackson has added many pouudi'tohl.'aYOlrd'u.
i His
joooo, against the Plant System, 'for one of the features of this town.
a Another very important matter was that and By-Laws Adapted and vllle and Miss It ebb, of Bartow pots has
of fireprotection. The town, he said injuries) ha received about a :year ago. present location In; The Palms block
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stood! iu great danger of destruction, andthere Officer Elected -- Elihu Root, Uulted States Secretary ofWariu' occasioned. by a yard engine backing' this week been thoroughly re-iodelltMj! 4'p;

was also not a possibility., but a There was attend' Born. President Roosevelt's administration up on; him while performing hi. dutiesas the wood work and fixtures hive' berg w
probability that 'Insurance would a very satisfactory accompanied by Mrs. Root and
strong CaoTcaytithAt: West Palm Beach, at I be Terminal Station painted white, and eh' HUrior
Miss Root yardmaater pure
daughter.
foe denied unless some adequate provision ante Wednesday nlgut at the adjourned passed through
WAS made to protect property against < meeting of' the Business Men' on,Monday April 38,'1903, toWr. and West PAID ,Beach on Monday morning ta Jacksonville. He l ia badly crippled furnishing made genri.iiUy ..t ,'acd\..

It t a visit from the fire fiend. League held In the'Public l Library Hall Mrs. Edward Crutch field, a son. iu a private car attached to the north and is now on hia way to have one of The Palms Ice Cream Parlor houd) be
: ._ bound 1/: B. C. train Secretary Root '
'spcpESTs A PLA'TFORM.. Shortly nfwr J o'clock the chairman, I ban just returned from Cuba where be his feet amputed. He Considers the one of the popular reports for both,

Mr.'Curri atked the Indulgence of the Air. &n. H* Doater called the meeting Best business lots In Miami,, cheap made arrangement for the transfer 01 prospects: very bright far recovering the young and! old, dumu tK' km* aunjmer

juueutuly while be offered tnggestloai ''tJ 'ma".d,011"- ..1 towncly Bros., Aulhoiiy Block. a.du. the island to>,tb..Cuban* .on May aoth. damages for which be has sued. daYI.I .

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TUB TBOnOJLb SON, WBST PALM BEACH: VLOBIDA' >JTBIDAt, MAY 2, 190$. tj Y

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< THE BOARD OF TRADE.' The good housowivosof Neat; 1 Palm(, strengthen the bauds of the Alilurmeu -
THE TROPICAL SUN. v ,
A general fueling of satisfaction 'Beach, and the head of tho family, in all actions that are deemed to be the I TTHE E'fj

(v ;Pioneer P.per 01( Dud*County, Florida.TttOPICU l"rovulln at the outcome of th* move 'too;'will\\! 'nob b+ eiurl1t.tty lud*.Ihftt.. ; beat iutttr.8t.s of the comulunity. ByFanious To

'!/ ment which has resulted in the 'Jr:: the high w.-J.OftoOnlcfltJ!is I l&u| ta to 1.epcopsiderabledroptlex To crHtct: any questionable! !! town :LIFE J: ,
x>rdluance. net of theCount' and Pal
fM SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY or ,fty inexpedient: Country
A of Trade and
arnnlzation\ of.a Board ,in w.rk, 'N .
Comnis| lon rg, with a view to ; ,
t o; /HARRY L. BROWN. MANAQtR.I /chat within \ ;
WestPalm_ jDeach. A new impetus / a. mouth's time prices' will. their amenctuiont\ or diocontluuancc.T .

'' I USUSHKO IVSnV, PRIDAV. ball undoubtedly been J given the com* oe- normal. .J ; .'consider ways and '' Hhafo'! the OF:'" We 'oarry a tall line, Inooloti aU i
1 AT WSST PALM BIAOH,DADS COUNTY,FLORIDA' ot t S. .
Inertial' and other interests this == =-- ,
celebr '
.' holding( of..public ; '., agrlcul ( and shades, and waulratu ,
''y growing town, that roust/ inevitably farmer in tural fairs and banquet to-public bene-
SUBSCRIPTIOK PRICE! 12.00 A YEAR, Every, Dade countybould '
.. u'.BOS it on your houte\ 1 tlt'otrn.
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I pr '" result in, great good. It now de- ,:' Rend? trip. address! to the Ex- factors; th. reparaUoutnd/ presen'te.tfon'of U.
VnUred: at the-o.lof8c. of Went ;Palm Beach, panda on.the energy: and enthusiasm. 'perimer3t'Btatianat! Coke' City and a'dtlieeU\,! ; ; to,'distingttlf Set .> "reread..matter. Ito and the welcoming of quantities, at lowest h market
{ ; of the otficer*: at the head of? the or- ,''inve, the' Bulletin sent address.! -'", Inyltingand/
labia
)} I ofI: ; FKIDAT. MAY 2. 1OO3.1 aniiiatloa ,to carr.Y'o\. w\tk. the \Iucb'vn urtiflerJntortdii( ) !J i'on; can, tIP Conventions;, delegations, etc to: the R prices, enable its ta offer) you a

.\, 'oundatiaii.plans,of which! have beep ,ibtained'from thes9 Bailetlnsr and: own. and generally; to.trl't\( \ With junite\< ;, No. 1 PAINT faf ati ,",,quantity
+ ; : 'O"U'S'E" ,
Increase Industrie E
fforfc
t.to ; the weatltf\ *
well and truly laid, fortunately, the ;a. at a low'bf f prfoe',tban, a ranchcheaper
; THAT PENSACOLA CLIPPING.In is they are"sent free, it" will be< no influence: trade and population of the E' .. ,
the Issue of the Lake Worth 'membership is! so gratifyingly, large 'rouble to have them, ,mailed: to you. :lty of West Palm Death and Its : : [ grade of Paint Is usually 1
that the officers will have the'ad- J' suburbs. 'u. sold '
"News of April 21th, was nji articlf :
vantage; an efllclent, and syinpaihetio The niemb rslilp fee was find, for the
calling THE TROPICAL SUN to task! s support. The Tallahassee? Dully Capital! re- oreent! at| ,
'' boo
q for an error In a clipping from the The basis and)objects of the Board narks'that "fchfl J Demo !rrrtvof; Florila The text business was the election/ oofficers. Come. in, and. tot. Us ,Tell, You, About itr

Fensacola Journal in which it is formally adopted, and which appears having wa I tad.so long for Congressto Messrs.,A.P. Aiitbon* and T.D. : '

f" 1 states that "In order that our Pen- in this issuo of Tnn!! TROPICAL;, pass -thj .ainendnient; to, the Con- Brown"were ,,appointed, scrutineers Bud ;W. P.; fl24T'C.flETTIIURIiiIARDT'S : : ,

sncola. brother may mako AmendeLonorablfl lux, are; sufficiently omlr? h nslvf tttutlorf pro vldfng'f fbr the. erection they,,!superintended the taking' ,of the ,: ,

s ; we will say for hlc to embrace perhaps nil Immediate! .If f Senators ,b/y/ Direct( vo.te of thieople ,, vOles. The officers elected' are': .....-,.,... -
especial benefit that the gentlemenwho Jlonorary President, Mayor WllmonWhllldiu. .
; ,ihases that confront us as citizens.L'hevarewo1'tbyoftboughtfulstudy. ,'has practicnUy'aecompIi8hedhis' ,
now represent the different 'end without the aid Congress.! .
t ; diwtrlcta! of Dade'e Board of Counts President, Ben II. poster.
I Commissioners were nominated in -epresentlng; as they do, the ground; First Vlce-PrealJent: A. P Anthony/ Welt PalmBeschi| Mar :1,1111J1t: ,
vork o? a structure that we trust The Jacksonville Metropolis, in n Second Vice-President, Chas. A. Hor Y
primary two years ago, nnd were vII! be permanent and one that will (recent issue says,: "'A novel and aier. MEAT PRICES

I duly appointed by, the Governor Io a deal to bring'','before thfjfople Chairman Committee Laws GG. ,
great; ilghly appreciated, present: ,, was re on ''
Further will\ that SOARING#
wo say no vacancy . ,ARE '
of these United States, the : eived by Senator A. T, Williams. Currie. '
L1 has occurred since that time and
advantages of one' of the most of Fernandfna, a few days,, since in ;Chairman of Committee of Highway And some people} have the Idea that one cannot live withoutmeat. '

that the county executive committetlias avored localities la the world. the shape of a pure white deer skin. and Public Buildings, W. I lei in. What a fallacy. Kmln, nt ecleutlst! tell us we would
) made no recommendation for Chairman of ConIlJlI,1ee'o Sanltatioit .
Y' -- ----- vhlck ;came from 'It"", friend G. II, be stronger'and' healthier if we pre less meat and wQnld usemore
any such office. Dr. H, C. Hood. ;-. I' '
The IVnaacolti Journnlatatpd that, GOOD ROADS. !King, 'of Taylor county, who is a Chairman of Committee( on Trangportatlou ProductsOne

"the ]Democratic executive commit. More and better public roads con- ,ioted huntsman and pistol shot. : M. g.Gruber.ChalrmR Gluten Food.

1 y' tee recommended a Republican t-( itltutes the theme ot special,iuterest The white deer is almost unheard olIn *'ot Committee on" Agriculture (hlng is sure. At present meat price, Qlutea Foods'

h farmer friends thi-r section of the, country and B. Beach arel much! cheaper,.. ajid if we believe( the doctors much ,
fill a vacancy in tho Board of Count,) ;o our ) ,both north and J. ,, :heaVtbler. !{
Commissioners." This in 7Prtli bh, tenth of'this town.In this Is probably the first of its kind Chairman of Committee on Education: What: folly, then, not to give them the preference, ''on

the absence of encouragenent ever killed in Florida.ft [larry L. Brown. our table..
a typographical error and evidently : any
whit i Is Aunt Maria Pan Cakes
These officers constitute ,, package 15
from the .
,; refers to the appointment, of C. C. County Commission
...
known a Board oi Governors. '
as They Golden
\i'. Haitfht, it Republican as ;Justice ol '!irs, it falls upon the shoulders of the is said that thousnndeof bushel. will, convene fit an early date and ap. Egg Macaroni, 15

'k( the Peace on the recommendation ,umere themselves, ond'tbel.r. busi- strawberries are being allowed to point a secretary and a treasurer and Golden Seal Noodles, 15

fi c of J. A. McDonald\ chairman: of the less friends in adjacent' towns, to rot In the fields about Lakeland and the chairmen of |he several committee Golden Seal Egg Barley, '* 5
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Dude county executive committee. levise ways and means of' securing Plant"City; because the s shipping; sear will also nominate two additional members These,brands are the finest procurable at any price.

i But the over-coreful and very pat ind keeping up suitable. roadways.iVith ion has almost closed) 1, that let when of the Board of Trade to nerve amembers' '

r ticular News in tlie"eriticism above .the strong probability of a (freight rates give places; nearer the of their respective committees: i*. W. BURKHARDT ,. .Finest GroceriesIt ,

quoted, commits a-worse error' !it leclded change In the making up 6f markets, the advantages-that cnnruot Before adjourning at II, o'clock the '

,i, stating that"the gentlemen who now the next Board of County Commissioners be overcome. by the far-distnnt\ .Chairman of the Committee on Highways wilt. prlou to purchase our, Coupon hovers '

1 represent the different districts on there arises! a well grounded; ihipper. The South Florida Record and Public Buildings wns Instruct
id to bring In a report at tbt' :next
PI J I Dide's Board of County Commie hope! for better.action along these 'Ipportun'llsugA'8sts that to preservethe regular meeting to,be held ", Wed tII'
ines. From the fact that this end
slonera were nominated In a primary residue of Florida's fruit; and at o'clock, -
day evening, May 14th, 7:30:
ih.b two years ago." If f the county has. been practical vegetable/; crop Jrom being wpsted, la reference to'securing better piotec. '

;I, For the information of the versatile art out of all consideration in the tinning factories should be established tion against fire. PARK e0TTHGE

News '",e will remind it thai natter of public highways at the in these fruit centers, which,il The chairman of the Sanitation Com _

i.N there were five commissioners elected lands of those who are supposed to well and economically. managed mlttee was, also requested to report 'as

-1 1 f at the primaries mentioned but on ook after our interests,It would seem would prove of great; value to the to the state ot affairs over at the Styx. I'.'-----* SPLENDIDLY: LOCATED' ,, on the

"i I: account of re-districting the countj hat. our only hope will lie in the fruit grower LIST OF ;r.I MBERS'. Transient. Rates Shores and overlooking BEAUTJFUL LAKK ..t

':I r; into commissioners' districts, after I lossibility of a clean sweep In. that At the,meeting! Wednesday night, seven 1f 1 ..... ....... .-:. Reasonable. f WORTIL 'Comfortable, airy,, well-furnished

''lf i'4 the primary Mr, James McFarlani loard. l new members were enrolled, \ak. Special: Rates rooms.
BOARD OF TRADE Ing a total list of fortyfour. ... .By the Week
was gerrymandered; out of his place, Good home cooking: and table service
The names as furnished by Mr. Deanare ., --a .v.n.o
and the Fourth Miami dip FIRE PROTECTION NEEDED.
new (or )
In order lu which
NOW ESTABLISHED : the they werereceived
J ,, trict wad billed by the executive committee The question of tire protection and are follows: Addrecauron Mrs. M. c. MADISON, Prop.

:; recommending John Sewell I, JOe that Is being ,properly agitated' IX. L- Brown, A. J. Lewis G. G. Cur "

r for appointment. y the business men of this town. (Coutlnutd from frnfifl.) rle.,H. P. Branuing, W. R,Moses, T. D.

F The only time we can find any rile situation here is indeed) seiious. to order, and Mr. S. B. Dean, secretary Brown, J. B. McGlnley: W. R. Healey, .....' .............aMbt/aaab' ..M..........................., 1

i:!! record of Mr. Sewell going before tb ind none are better aware of it than read the minutes of the meeting tiejd) a Wm. Helm, G. W. Idner G..S. Adams, '. Newly! Furnished Throughout ,. .... ..'

I, people, was la 1898, when he ran foi hose who ire compelled to protect; week ago* These were adopted nnanluiouslyi A. F. Faber, C. H. Miller,T. A, Feaster, : -. Special Hat. toy week Oil IWohtb o:

1 i ''I i: legislature, and was defeated b\ heir mercantile and business Inter- Jos..I. McDonald' H. B. Saunders S. : .THE. '.
; BASIS Of THE: ORGANIZATION. Bobo, :
Deal, B. II D6ster F. Hoff.
J.
F. S. Morse, but If'the News will tnkt- sts.. The necessity for municipal)
The most important business of the man;"'. L. Haugh W. I. Metcalf, G. I.
;' ,; ,j the trouble to look the It"I action la so evident as to need no 81"ument. i
I "' up matter evening was the receiving of the reportof Metcalf, G. L. Braunlng, P. S. Dewey Commercial; i l Hotel j
; will find that !Mr. Hewell! The only
t= owes life ( question now the constitution and by-laws committee 3. D. Geiger, J. A, Dean, A. P. Au :
..1;, y present position by teems to be, how to arouse the own of which .
appointment" : L. W. Burkhardt was :hony, G. W. Potter, E. II. Dimick, M CLEMATIS: AVENUE NEAR *"
:
r '1 the Governor, upon the recommendation ;Council to the necessity that 'con chairman. Briefly, the constitution"pro 8. Gruber, J. 'B. Beach, G. G. StrohmL .: JEFFERSON BI.OCK"t=** ::.

1' .I i of the executive committee ronts us. ,rides as follows; ,, W. Burkhardt, E.: M. Brelsford.'HB. : : ,. C. W. SCHMIDj Proprietor .'

i i i. and not by the suffrage of the Democratic We hope soon to be able to chron- The name of the or anlzatlolJ-. Yarborough, J. Don C. Morris, Chas .:'
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I, .; electors of the county cle some) definite and effective action- changed from the Business Men's JLeaaue r;. Hamer, J. A. Strnwderman, II.; C .. Special Attention .
Ern Apropos of the claim that "the ty the Board. to.the. Board of ,Trade of West Palm Hood, Max Sirkin; Geo Zapf, J. V Hop : to All Rooms Lighted :;:

i gentlemen who now represent the Beach. good, H. 1,. Hillier, Dr.- N. S. Burnham :: Travelling, Men With Gas :, '"
of The objects of the organization as _._ .'
The cute little Messrs. .
different
districts scheming
etc.( and while : Free
and Sample Room
;" finally approved adopted are: : .
laney Palmer & Co. failed work Trouble on the Train .
the News is to
\ enlightening anxiou+ rw.tr
'!;'J; ;t, public on various matters u,%'we will be it the committe meeting. Primaries! be The(tQ foster object, encourage of this Board,.ami of.develop Trade shall the A Sunday tuornHng train row occurred on ................. ....................................'

under if will go in in the State the north-bound on tbe Florida
obligations it will tell us by every county mercantile and manufacturing Interests ,
what methods of justice Mr. James .bisycar and ne. t. The latter sec- of,West Palm Beach and its suburb; to Bast Coast Railway between Miami' and GRAFTED

1 McFarlane, who was elected by the ton of the sp.nte.ce1s! what hurts, collect, preserve and circulate useful this city last Sunday; that afforded Mulgoba I
BUDDED Mangoes.
plenty of excitement fur the pamengeru.henry :
ill boys.-Sl\nlord Chronicle.State'Superintendent information the iti .
1 j largest majority of any candidate in concerning city .Whlpple: a resident of West
./War the county,was gerrymandered from trade, industries and advantages;, to Palm Beach, goton the train at a station Largest Collectiogof: Crotons in the United) States. Palms, P yllan. .
'.M uttidy all the working of the<<, ,great.ystems 'tbu., eto. Allpotgrown. -
the !hoard of Full
Line
.l' I County Commissioners; ,W.N.Sheate, down the line. He was partially under of'Oltrus Stock
for be it ot transportation, upon, whichour .!! gro"noD High Spruce Pine Laud" Address
remembered that Mr. Ic.1 whole also president the Southern the influence- liquor-a condition that
'i' commercial: : and industrial prosperity
..1 i; ) Fuilane was elected front! the old :Educational: Association baa insued so much depends, aud to endeavorto caused him to become decidedly noisy JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla.,
Ii' ,FY Second district, nod when the and bolstel' D8. The conductor and
county in teachers
urgent appeal to to at- remedy, hy all proper means, the ----- .
,
.:- waa re-districted all of the old brAkemau. endeavored to pacify: him: but
Second
-end
the Twelfth Annual meeting, defects: and abifses thereto so far as the}
and only a part of the Third wna In which takes place at Chattanooga; iuurlou| 1y affect our interests; to'obtain this action only resulted in an outburst TTrTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVl mnmm.. '

y ,;:"': the new Second), still he was barred July let,,to 4th. fair and equitable rates of freight and of blOO<1-eII 'dlini! profanity. Whipplc

t, : out, and the representative from the from West Palm Beach and prevent,.Jfbossible wanted to fight, but was held' In check A Full LineAlways ;
".1 { till! West Palm Beach station was reached
Third was chosen to represent the Of late, whenever rural chools are discriminations la favor of After Brakeman Manuel\ 'stepped on the
)1Le
!
other cltiepC to' secure the abatement of I
,"" Second when the logical choice wali" lIscusHud, consolidation la the conclusion. platform be was followed by ''Whipple. ,
f' vexatious and unjust ,,overcharges: and
McFarlane. It Is logical and Inevitable who several' bystanders (any drew a ."
Insure settlements of damages '
r s'. 'l And don't forget;tbat Mr. McFor\ conclusion and will be a leading on goods prompt shipped; to encourage wiser knife. Quick as fit flash, Manuel drew J in Stock

i"i, lane received larger total vote, nt I movement in the,iiext decade of the needful legislation, and oppose the en. revolver.aud using t the butt for club "

x well as a )larger plurality than did South. Inseparable from its !accomplishment actment of law which: might injuriously promptly' knocked hit' :assailant. flown "ry

) Mr. Lainharr, probably McFar- will be the related develop- affect( .our manufacturing and commer- and out :

1 + ';' lane's having; nothing;' to sell to the nent of good roads, more high/ liat/ interests;:to Jigree upon commercial: Marshal DeBcrry 'placed: Whi'ppleunder ( Spring and Summer Goods ,

'i(, county, had something to do with schools, and intellectual centers bI( forms and ,regulations; to promote Integrity arrest aud on Monday morning
Wbilldiu fined him and
Mayor (3 costs,
!:. '( this. rural life, Including lectures, libraries fair dealings and'- good faith .
J ", and their complement "debating so among, and adus] and,,determine dist total of $$So.' 'Recently Secured In New York '

TWO WORTHY CANDIDATES. cietiea'."Southern School:! and Home. : pates and differences; : between .businessmen I e

:k rp' Ii Dade County has two of her best j;,to.iu;ulcate the, highest principleof :

1\,)\ I,.r'y: \, ; ( in knowit the race and for most political worthy honors young" men this Southern publication School Issued and Home is anew 'In honor the communityjto, equity; and; buainess forward!\,,morality the Jm-} : I ICACEMdooooo000000 NTS [ We Invite Ladies to Call \

1 by tbeS6oth-- provemenf of our harbor and approaches '
I y campaign. TUB!: SON refers. to the ern School nod Home Publishing; thereto; the erection of- needful, public For. 'the Legislature
I ?, lion. 1C. Hudson Burr, !who Is' male Company of Tallahassee. It will he buildings, and the swift transportation and Examine our '

f I 11 ing; Inch a gallant fight for the nomination welcomed in educational circles an an and speedy and accurate.deU.er1iof the The frlnnil of Mr. A. A. UOOOfl. of Co- Lately Purchased Stock \

,, .,4#f. ': ''I:' of State Railroad Com rain-' advocate of higher education, and mails by using- our utmost' Influence to van mount
rt stoner, against the combined opposition Its pim "to aid the schools.In fitting secure from the.general government that! County iMinutrittlo, FlorlJa.priniarlim.iiblmt lo the actlou. of the ".
.; ,; ; ,,, of all the railroad and share of the,national appropriations,to, Remember -
\ corporation the manhood of the Fjoutb'for. We
the
J"j' :;. forces of the Stute,and to A;A. highest' of which w*'arc Justly entitled; to e..blethe To the l>.mo ; development; the home, ....
.n I' ;: citizen to act together quickly: and forlhep rxnoniattvaibn
.ft Boggs, the gifted Democrat [ .Countay.cuijwtato,
young t the: farm,the shop and the mine nnd '
la the most authoritative war .tlio! actloa of the Dcniuoratle 1'rlumrln. A. S.
t, onmPb! BOTSFORD?
from Cocoanut Grove, whose friend & CID.AAAAAAAAAAAfiAAAA1AAAAAAAAAUAAAJAAAAUAAAAA
Inspiring a. pride. in the dignity and tern of financial advantage to the town, """)JAM W. KING {
x ? hope to see him succeed Mr. Burr 88 honor of this work; ah o "In fitting and which do not"properly come within I
I' ;n ', ', member the tats Legislature: from the womanhood of the ; ... !
"f'J., the South for duties of the,Town Council. For Tax Assessor :
I I: tS7;} Dude County. Both of these '.you ng what is infinitely nobler than a. life To Instruct aud educate the member I AAAAA. '

," h men have clean records enjoy the of mere luxuriant ease-tho earnest by public addresses, debates and private To I the 1I..It.Democratic Vnt.re of Dude County : : ;

'"i';4"!: "/ confidence of tin* people and stand life or the 'Ideal housewife! and mother. discussion: as to what 'thing are:,of I action or th.ot outer tbe annonneo of Dttmuiratlu Tat A.RI""el..1I.....t'r1IU.lee.II...)i-,. .ahort'e.u.dlcJat.)'. to the Special I Summer} Prices season Front la now on until the busy, 1i i

;), I' on pint forms that mast nppealtnnllwho ." Is worthy of f all commendation financial advantage: to the town. at. BM1TII. C < lh.commenced svaln( I "I. .J '( j
h" "' are lovers of fuirpluy and honest The Initial number, Is full of interest To propose plans of' action: ,and vent!. ---" -------- lion 011 .U shoe al K ;.:. suWeant: :< West: 1
\, : ; ; politics In thin portion cf our fair from cover to cover, giving; promiseof late them preparatory to submission to YOUNG'S HATS-nohe better made .11'. lIavO' moaey.reJlllrius:,Cleaning sad whitening Conic ,endsiuie g.ere 6h :J;;,.

state.ly a well deserved raccraa. the Town Council: ,, and to endorse and .t #3-00. ANTHONY Bnoa. ,.,, .,

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THE TilOPIClC SUN WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1003 S

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)D FELLOWS HAPPENINGS NEWS OF TFt, M. E. GRU ER DEALElt...IN HARDWARE

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; CELEBRATE ABOUT TH&STATE OUTSIDE \VORLD) w ......

,1 ___ ..1, ,.. (' ... ', ., CROCKERY, and

; :: .. West! Palm;: Beach Lodge Attended Paragraphs, 9f,Interest. Concerning! : Items of Interest Bollicl l 'Down and .

//f}.,?<', /:i Divine Service at Methodist the Great State .of $'Florida ., Prepared for Busy Readers. FURNITURE. "

Church Last$unday.; in General. Record of a Week. .
---'-- -r, .".r, ?st; w" All Kinds of Boat Goods.alcyetea .

( The a eightythirdanniversary of the The- State Supreme Court is In sessionat A disastrous Ore I visited Gi n 'Falls..N.Y. and Dloyole/ Bundrlts. 8v..,Tinware, Door,Stub and Blind'1

:\ l Independent Order of Odd Fellows was Tallahassee A '.. .
.f-t: :' celebrated: on Sunday last .('West PalmBeach4hy ) Tile shipments of cigars front Tampa of over a million dollars Uaioilu*Stove. Blue Flume Kerosene Oil Btovei.

t,>!),)Ir,',' ,: ; the attendance Divine Ser. .last week,totalled, :;31,610,000 i cigars.'. Rear-Ad mlralaud .Mra.;,W. 8. Schley .. GI..I.ampa. d Lnvtcroi. Harrison IIr"..' Kcidy Mixed Fatal. ;r
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,. jSP-Mail Order.Olvesf Prompt> Attvntlan. ll-l-
er
vice' of the members "ot Lake Worth '
have
: The spring term of 'the Circuit Court been eptertained-.rigbt royally till a
Lodge r. O. O. P. About twenty five of St. Johns county la In session at St. week bj. the! people'of Memphis Tennes '
t' Odd Felloes 'formed a processional II Augustine: ','_ see., : AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU.AAAA.: UAAUAAAArI
t a. m. and proceeded to the Methodist BICYCLESWheels .
A brancb of the Parm ra' Institute fOL The Sail Francisco street railway eni.ployees w. W. .
Church where (the pastor, Rev. C. Fred IIBIM. BROADWKLti, ){ D., PbyHlclan' and Surgeon '
Marion county, was) organised at Ocala! won tbe strike' which{ prevailedon l. nriireil Pharmaoiabolllix", In Dru Store.
Dl Blackburn preached a very eloquent last Saturday the lines of the United Railroad for a kept in first-class:) condltion. : ,
.e..IOOtl. taking forma text, James 13J"Pure week. When you want'to renta CO"TTAG PHA'RMA'CY'
e' An effort is being made to establish a CITY
religion) l and undefiled befote God .terrific good,easy-riding: Wheel, go to .
y$ .and tlie Father t>ils l,;; to visit! the fatherless branch of. the Young Men's Christian Pitlsburg, Ta. experienced a IIEIM '
a at windstorm last Saturday Which causedthe : & miOAivirL.
d} k and tile widows1; 'in, their affliction Association Jacksonville.Preparations E. PORTERAnd
{ 'low of two lives and did a great deal proprietors.'
and keep himself unspotted. from the' are being made( at St. .
s 'world." The reverend gcatlemarvbasedhis Augustine for a war of extermination 60 of damage/ to property Get. -

l his, remarks on the foundation principles the English sparrows which are driving A tornado swept through Joplin, Mo., '

rto 'rp .. of Odd Fellowship\ villI.: \""Friend away the beautiful native birds. lust Saturday killing three person II and. A Rambler Dealers. in ReliaWeMedicines[ and Chemicals. .
--- injuring about thirty. The logs' Is estimated .
p1"i ship Love and Truth. His, tamest Th United /States.naval appropriationbill ;
'words listened to wlth deal at about$iooooo.
,,were a great '
Includes for
provision navy yards A FULL LIMB OF- j
of interest and were, very much appreciated and(docks as follows; Norfolk, $344,000; Flvemen were killed by the'explosion .. Wheels For Sale. .. ''
: of 'the order which blew into Perfumes Rubber Goods,
: by 'the members Peusacolit of a quantity powder, ,
Key West t. $93.000; $2,Soo; I 't'k
's present The church was crowded to the New Orleans, '$339,000; Charleston, atom the plant of the tihenandoah' Pow- And General Repair Work done .by an Toilet Articles Cigars and '

door. vAfter1 iijo.ooo. derCompanyat,5henandoah, : x .Pa.. last. Expert Repairer and Stationery. Tobacco. "i
( the' services the members .of Saturday.Hon. .
The fruit i nd flower gardens; of St. Olive Street West Palm Beach
Lake.Worth Lodge and visiting bretherl. Augustine have lately been,despoiled J, Sterling-blorlon, former Sec 3-ltf PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM EACH.
repaired (o the lodge_room where retary of Agriculture; In the second "
by small boys and the mischief has become e" '
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informal speeches'were niade, touching: extensive that stele have been Cleveland administration died on Sat. UUVAVUIUAAAAAAUVAS "" """ '''YTYTVTYY''YYYYTtyyyy.

on. the event of the day. namely* the urday last at the home of his son, Mark
celebration of tbe eighty-third; : 'nnnl.ver'sary taken to form! a Protective Association( Morton at Lake forest 111.- C. G. von SCHOELERWatchmaker
for (the purpose of prosecuting all per
: of the foundation of the.Orer.1k sons. found trespassing on private prop- An explosion: : of' gas on the United Albert The' Photographer
ki Expression of sincere satisfaction, were States: sub marine boat Fulton W dnea- .Kanlmann
.Reardon all sds! In reference to tie erty.An day as she was running Into the shelter
S'rmou preached by Rev. Mr. Black. Orlando liveryman t is now runningfreight of the .Delaware breakwater, severely and Jeweler.ARTISTIC. Studio In Schmld Block, UpstairssGti
: 'teanls between Sanford and
burn. injured five mell,' bree of them officers.
WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.
lI.e
OBJECTS OF/THE ORDER. Orlando. has been pledged the sup- ,

The objects of the order of Odd Pel- port of Orlando merchants, who are President Roosevelt has signed the. ENGRAVER on. .. s
to reduce freight rates. The Chinese exclusion bill.: A* ,complI.
rying'
-' lows are of a social and benevolent nature
WOOD METALPARLOR '
men t to Representative Kali n. of California or
tbe of is confined reightln battled to Sanford by Clyde
sphere
operations
wholly! ; ,to their own members, sod secrecy Line team.boats, and from Sanford to Orlando tie! 'bill'who, has the taken President a deep Tina interest presentedhim j. B. MCGINLEY & co.

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is enjoined regard to benevo .
in ZAPH BLOCK
engaged In red with the "pen, usedjn the signing. .. ,
lent act.. Tampaltes are now a Next door South ofSEMINOLE
As In the Case of most other inatitutl tot municipal campaign, in which no : The California Limited, on tbe Alch- HOTEL .. Strictly First-Class .. ,
its of"a similar kind, a clt im of ven- >
11 e able antiquity has been Set up foe the League and the Good.Government Club easlbound. was derailed Tuesday mornIng WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. House-Furnishings '
Under! of Odd Fellows! the most 'com- are the opposing factions. The former:; while going at a tremendous speed ;

.. liion account of'its origin ascribing! it to aggregation has already nominated a near Media Mo. As.a result five persona Kxixmonflod Kupiiirlng ikllliulljr workman.dono.Cleaning 0-10-K and Draperies Window Shades

i// the Jewish-liiglou under Titus., who; It Is! strong city ticket with C. A. Wimsett. were killed and twenty three In rvyyYYvvvmYYYYYYYYYVYY. ,

asserted, received from the Emperor Iii for mayor )ured. Wall Papers
Wireless were made ,
first charter, written on golden tablet. William" Cntto manager of the Put telegraphy'testa

g Statements even more improbable .and Dam House Palatka who was arrested on Saturday at Norfolk Va.. for the Auxilllary Yacht"ARTHUR Wickers Japanese?
L United States Weather Bureau, by Prof. ,
fantastic have been made regarding its ''In Jacksonville .a week ago; charged with .
v foundation;but Odd Fellows themselves endeavoring to burn his hotel.. Palatka Reginald) Feasenden. Professor Fessea. and Enamel Goods

y d now generally admit that lue institution had a preliminary hearing on Saturday den succeeded in sending messages a I .is

cannot he traced to an earlier period and was held for the grand jury. Theledslon distance of two' hubdred miles out to sea Freight Prepaid Anywhere In Dade County .
4" :than the first half of the eighteenth century was greeted with hissesfrombe at the rate of thirty words pen minute. Makes dally trips between '

,and explain! the name; as adopted .audience, composed of representa. Ad amateur hypnotist named Leaser Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH

v, at dare when the severance into sects five business men, clergymen: and ladies put a family of seveu-people In .a hyp West :Palm Beach andMunyon's 1.17 tf '
I and classes'. :was so wide that persons of Palatka. c uo's friends are slicking noise sleep at LaSalle. 111., and after
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t his will and far
.aiming at social- union and mutual help I to him loyally, and they claim that there doing so lost power so
Wire n marked exception, to' the general. Is not any evidence against him and that bas been unable to awakeD only two of Island '$
his subjects. The father and mother, .and CRAYONS.WATER COLORS.
t ( h-,", his prosecution I Ik' simply a case of 'per
Mention is made' by Defoe of the' Softly secution. Catto Is out ou ball. three: children bad been asleep for five -Stopping at all Point oi[Interest- s

of Odd? Fellows, but the oldest C..J. Manon, the well known Jacksonville days on Wednesday. .. RICHARD E. RESLER I {

?, loge of wtiichf the name has been '. jelly manufacture', has just formed The cattlemen of the States of Florida ,

:ha ided down' is tbe Loyal Arlstoreus a corporation. known as the C J. Manon Georgia Louisiana Alabama and Miss- Steamer leaves West Palm Beach
.il. No. 9. which met In 1745 at the Oakley Guava Jelly and Preserve Company the 1 l-sippi have been In session this week at T Pboto ti ipheti.
.
A.M.
at 10.30 Returning
l 'i Arms borough of Southwark DAYS. incorporators of which are C. J.) Manon Jackson M 188., for the purpose of organizing $ .
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m Tbe earliest lodges were supported by Knight, .all of Jacksonville., They have tective Association. The objects of the
elch member and visitor paying a pennyto leased a large brick building on West Association are to secure favorable leg- Opposite Masonic Temple.. $

;2 the secretary on entering the lodge, lay street.and have made contracts for islatlou to foster the live stock industry Round-Trip Fare, .. J5 Cents
1 Beach
, and special come were voted to any an immense amount of guavas piueap- to get proportionate and uniform railroad West Palm pla.Q. $ t

" brother In need. If out of work he wasprdvidt and otter frulta. Most the con. rates to the various'markets of the country N.B.-;; Finest blue fishing and trolling 1
a,; pies ------------- ---.S ,
I d with a card and funds to reach tracts have been made with growers and to secuVe from railroads free return on Lake Worth. '

, ,t ,the next lodge, and went from lodge along: the East Coast. Depots for the passes for persons in chat ge of cattle too.STIfSPRUIIL'S

., to )lodge 'until he found employ ale of these products Pall be establish shipments. A. DALE C, CUTTRELL
I ment. Now there la a regular system ed'in Northern cities .and they will A great railway system for the Southern -
ti of periodical does and collections/ with wholesale all their output. States that will equal the Immense EXPRESSFurniture MANGONIA' BOAT WORKC.

I i I occasional' fees, proportioned to the The business men of Jacksonville do traffic lines of the Pennsylvania Railroad .

:. dignities or degrees conferred Jn the not propose, to be robbed by the Bell] is the latest ambition of John W. moved 8ag age. C. CUTTRELL, 31 Ian gel'.
\':; lodges, Gates. lIe admitted this .week that a transferred and general
Telephone octopus, The Jacksonville Caulker and Maker.
Shipwright Spar
,,' ,At raeRch. lodge: wa practically Independent Retail Druggists Association has unanimously plan was pending, of which the Louisville draying done at reasona. ,
Of tbe other, and had Its agreed that every member of & fJashyllle; was.a part towards .a .We rates.TwoSeated. MARINE RAILWAYS
own special rules and government, but! the Association wilt discontinue the use trunk and branch system of various lines
,r a close Lond of unity gradually grew Up to tap exery part of the Southern Stater. CarriageOr
the instruments of the Southern :Bell
.....1. between the large majority .of lodges 01 Telephone Company and the action of To complete the scheme of the Gates Single Buggy o and Boat Shops., West Side of Lake, ,
,->, until they adopted.a common ritual and syndicate,he Is endeavoring; to get the "'"
the druggists (Is to be followed along sltii.lar For hire by hour. or day. at MANGONIA. ;
of
became confederated under the name controlling Interest the Chicago and
lines by the( Liquor Dealers Associa. Leave orders at 11&0111House.\ Estimates furnished on New or Old Work.
the Patriotic Order. Toward. the end Eastern Illinois road,as Chicago is to be
ion. This action has been taken owing Vessels! hauled the Summer. -
: 1H-4-V out andtkken._care of for .
of the century many of the lodges were the end of the proposed system.
the advance of cent hi rates.
broken up by State prosecutions on the to The Board of Trade 50 per will take up the Both the engineer! and, fireman were ftf All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.

suspicion.that their!' purposes were 'sedl-! matter,'an Investigation( _wilt be made killed by, the explosion'of their engineon New Idea in Trunks.The SEA 'SKIFFS A SPECIALTY. J1-1-03 '

UOU1, but, the society, changing its' and something done if possible. 'to relieve the p. L. & W., at ttover N. J., on _-,
name and location,continued to exist in Sunday morning Tbeexpress train was
the victims of the big corporation
'a sort of moribund condiltpn as the ---.... ruiiulng at'' tbe late of forty miles an !otc r oatoKOKortoatoatokortoator, oaroaoKOatoKoroK6KOroStoStoKcMOrtoX,
w Union Order of Odd Fellows, until in hour, when Just as I it: reached the Dover ..
1809 several of the members endeavoredto INTERESTING STATISTICS car works the explosion) occurred. It 2 Truscott Boat' MTg\ Co., t |

resuscitate its dormant energies. CONCERNING FLORIDA made a terrific noise and the passengers <
CONSTRUCTORS; OP j
Finding,however that it was Impossible :were, greatly terrified when the train 2S

to excite an interest in anything higher Soma Figures Given, Showing. Remarkable :came to..a sudden stop. The locomotive i 2V High Grade Pleasure Craft
|
@ than. convivial meetings( they in 1813 Agricultural. Growth of thePtnlnsulap I was blown to piece and two passenger ,
'
a Manchester,, England and partly demolished.
at a couventlon State. can were upset o Vapor Marina Motors. x
formally seceded from the Union Order The body of the fireman'was found on a

.and formed the Independent Order of Interest will be taken in'tbe census Bat car, three hundred feet away, aud 44a eta J. D. O. MORRIS, Agent. o
Manchester Unity which that of the engineer Was blown to atoms o JI
: Odd Fellows. report on agriculture:: In .Florida. The x West Palm Beach, Klo.'ldn. oQ110110)10)10110)OS10110701a0ia01t0I00i107a0U0)107a0i10
increased with enormous rapl.lity.aad' figures-sltow that the farms of the Stale delegation of.prominent 'men from

soon overshadowed' all minor societiesof June 2, t9O! numbered 40,814 valued at the South mainly from South Carolinaand 10i10710i/0110 f

England.. $40,799,839. Of this value 25 percent.Is Georgia appeared before the House '
." FIRST AMERICAN LODOB. in buildings. The total value of farm committee olS.judiclary.last Tuesday in :Staltman Dresser 'Trunk --

: Odd Fellowship was, Introduced in the property was $53,929,064, and the total opposition to-the proponed Constitutional RemnenU a new Idea III trunks. It !1.-. .

.' United ,States .from the Manchester value of farm products was $18,309,104 amendment of Representative Lover- iray portuol.; a*drM.lji place: far on everything*.with drawer, from n'Mead hot to ol. BURTON L COB CO.

Unity iii i 1819 and the grand lodge of In i8996f which"amount/ 26 per log, of Massachusetts, giving Congress collar billion. Gaut,and no the mor.th.na bottom U good a*..crcMlbl.thetoB. box liunk.Hhlpprd .a..
f Maryland of the.Unlted States'was conatltnted was! in animal products. cellt'l power to establish.. uniform hours ol C.O. D. with iirtvileiie to. oxiunlu a ,
: ,for .
illustrated
' I: on February 2, 1821. At"first The gross farm Income for 1899> w..a.. labor throughout the United States.The !. i'wauent stamp catalogue

me progress of tbe order was sow. but $16,190,474. I speakers argued 'that it would 'be 1=:. A. STALLMA1M, I Gravel Roofing I" Concrete Asphalt Paving

. ;. .. tool as it had gained a _firm hold IU .ea--r I inexpedient with such vast territory and 68 Wed. Sprint Street. > r '
+ I principles spread with great rapidity. "A, Safe Investment.,, j varying local. conditions for Congress tofix '.I-Ilr VOLBMUU9.01110.Brelsford : 'II
considerable work for
I This Company after 'doing
observed
and
and it now rival In membership Joseph JefferlO Ithe veteran showman, : hours of work to be- in all
Influent the Manchester Unity, from i of tbol.rgestowoersol improved localities.. The conditions in tbe'South McDonald, McGulre Mr. IlameV (agent for Joseph Jefferson)
Is
y connection In 1841.Ill !\ one
I which 18.J21\U fevered Issued Us.a dispensation) for open real estate on the Florida East Coast i j I were so different front those In the BrosReal ,> Mayor Whllldln. Dr. Muayon, W. P. llatcbetW Anthony y

ore Plillce o.f Wales Lodge, No. I. at He has- numbs of fine buildings atVest East;, It was, stated, that hours suitable. Brothers and pthera, will go away for the present hut wil be

l ,l5n real. Can ad... The. membership numbers \ Palm Beach, and is erecting more. .;,t for one locality would not be-suitable in Estate and Insurance, back to complete contracts for 'work bere and Miami in I
of the American society now avail themselves the other. It was argued\ also 'thattndu.trlal -
about one million.Organizations Sagacious men readily development had Just begun AUGUST.. Any one desiring work of this kind would rift,welt k .
connected either wltbtbe of the many advantages offered in PALM BEACH. FLA.
UrtUed/ Stales, or England, have been Florida for safe Investment' / when they in tbe South .and that already care was to write; BURTON 1 E.:: COE COMPANY, either ,.Jacksonville M

t formed in Germany. Switzerland Gib- come and see for themset-*J2ckwn-, being. taken to ameliorate the condition Notary Public,' Cottages to Rent or 'Tampa Our prices 'are reasonable, and! all our work I. '
.,- railer aid Malta Australia, New Zea vllle Metropolis; of labor, mm of the )large mills establishing suat..utel'd .
Island.. the HawaiianJsUudi"soutu _e_ schools churches and libraries 1 to, PoitofBc Building.forth el East Coast "Work'' Solicit '
d Africa.. South merit., 8-1-1 IK)1 v 1"o\Jaotaoa Hol. r- 11;
$ sod Birbadoes. Famous IIotnblde Sboe.-ANTBO V'ge Improve the general condition.;
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::. MIAMI" BUREAU FOUR MURDER\ CASJ S. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS .. :BtabtUlt In; ,85, Incorporated 'In tea I i Lumber .t r
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I",1, Ma ft tf Hf BM. --- -.- "')' CapltatStock '100000.00i 'Biscayne l Lumber ann Suglr / Co. -;?rah IHs i :

; A Heavy Criminal\ :Docket this Term of W.1C.. ANNO i &
THE TROPICAL SUN Scrners Brothers Company ,
!', I, '...)vi'' t Circuit Court. VT.ATTORNtWATLAW:'' :' BRICK:, CEMENT., LIMB WASTER and >It AIR. SoleAgeatafor W.rntll Crate;: <<: f:J

"r, 'q14' ', v. Offloo In Anthony Block Twelfth Street, near Circuit Court will convene Monday, O cc-Ftont'Aoom. ttatohettautldlup Ate.P. PITtS90na,) PKNN'A.' MIAM!, FLA., Box t.40.* J Jr. A, COBIlAOauti, :. l nag. l'*. '''
1 : i' ,,r'I'' Avenue C. Commission Merchants I. '" : r .
the bench. Mise.Plwldar'4terpo
{ May 5th with Judge Jones on \ .. .

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S. E. DAWSON MANAGER There are thirty-five criminal\ cases on Wholesale "
Produce Dealorsinvite ..
OUEHT U., TAYLOJK :< e. .
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: i the docket, four of them being murder R ., : .

4;...' AIIauDecriptbneadveraxemeutneodontenFarJob charges, viz: James C. Williams of Miami consignment from Dade County ,
recelred at .
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work South of Fort LauUcrdule ; ,
and Southern Florida of Fruits, Vege- "
# IirO'M,
', thU office. !, charged with the murder of Mark '
; tableu and Prcxluci'
.' Office in Postoffice BlwJfc;J premising prompt
several
Bartleson, a travelling salesman rittsburg Richmond Wstahinjdton 'iI..ld2ftor..
Male, if: highest prices and
MAY 2, 1003. .
; ,. MIAMI. FLORIDA months W. H.Raines charged with MIAMI FLORIDA Immediate ''
ir' y. ago ; ,. ,. return PHUjdolpHIn )3tapltOn'. Atlanta,
,"' killing Walter Hatch at Pompano ; Sam 3-a-tt .. We refer to thTu pnptr.-leiirtlnir Dude County .Ahwefla.. ...l. Chatt..noot.;( 'x" ul..UI. r' 4
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,\ { +I' BURR'S CANDIDACY.- Brown colored for the \order of Jesse N ON." : :'( .. and hlupera reliable, rltuburif HOUVCCH. .Banks ol iurormntlon and oilier well,'OA) known to our Cincinnati St. X.o'uta Kan.*' City: I

4k-, t : daily Washington also colored ; Daniel Gamble H.FtTTORMEY. '' .. Ilimuclal standing awl buulneO. l methods" Detroit Cleveland Ptttab'srJi(

a,r':( t r brighten for Dade County candidate I colored, charged with the killing of tTTORMEY.NOTARY ",;' ,chLcato ,etc. I

; for Railroad Corn mieeioner. David C. Burr, also colored. PUBLIC r

with attempt There are but four civil cases on the '. .' 'Igltu.. Fu. ,W. S. BELL 1t
}, '" The opposition began an '. -11lHlTj.EO. m
docket far.Secretary 5/0
.f"f' to I ignore him, but were soon so -- :' Contractor and Builder "

; (t.' '. forced from that position, until now Root In Miami. : A. :WO'Jtl.KY, ,
OF FIN, ; lI USES.I .
'
; I: even his enemies, expending more Secretary: Root, accompanied by hilt ATTORN Y-AT-LAW. ,,. SOUTHERN RAILWAY 4

# .. printers' ink on him than on any wife and daughter arrived here Sunday Oenerel practice Bole and; Federal; ''tour In. I Do Business In South Dade Jr.W! alai

k i Ile&\\1; other umriidatein thefield.nnd meanwhile A.1I huslncM entrusted will receive prompt hl- ,
the
afternoon in Gen. Wooda yacht, ; tentlon.om ; P. O. 80X361 WEST,?ALM BBACH .
\ :', 1 from every' part of the State Wenewhack front Havana where he Rtroot. -e, Brown- Building, Ave. D and, 18U> .. ROUTE OF(' 'THfi:CELEBRATED, TRAINS! C:;: '

t, are proving In assurances of' support had been on business connected with MIAMI FLORIDA'

: and better still, requests 'for copies turning the affairs of tbe island over to The' Southern's Paint' 'Limited; .

t.: :. '. of his plutform for distribution. he Cuban government and at.;once AGENTS WANTED. < and
Richmond
pl S.. H. RICHMOND THe WasHing tbn,. .
t '' proceeded to his private car, which was Agent LIFE Or T. I>K WITT TAI.MAOE, bv
The daily brightening assuranceof '
d the track at the terminal dock departing bin Hon.! EKV. FRANK DK) ] WITT TALMAQK Flot 'da: Limited
Mr. Burr's success Is gratifying ) Purr ne' Grant Laud -Com]>a iy., nii'l IIHHO<'l..te oilltors of ClirlHtlnn. Her,,"',
J'' s ( \ Monday mo.jin"ton' his way Only book 1 ; not only because of its guarantee of : profit for ngonta who:not quiet) ,
lorth. VL.AICK
ItEAL1ATR. Outfit ton rent. Wrlto ImmttUlutxIy
: greater usefulness for the Railroad The yacht after a short stay. at the CO. Naa. N. eta. B. 1-hlla." f'. Mention TO THE EAST.#
i i'4-jm CUTLER< FLORIDA this .IUlGo'U'
: also because it I leiJ paper
but "
t : ComraisHion started her .
; lock immediately on way i THe and' Florida SpeclafThe
l :; \ an evidence tbat the people of ack to Havana When Interviewed on CHicago

:.,: I Florida appreciate honesty!' and the subject Secretary. Root stated that 'WEST PALM Florida Limited

manliness in politics. eevencotppaniesof'artillery, composed The Eger lady Produce Co. DABEACHJ TO THE NORTH ,AND WEST. Et

Not having the financial backing )800 men, with up to date equipment,

i, which pessimists assume to be necessary vould be lel't In Cuba to cnre for govrnment
: property until! the, Cuban gov. will pay a liberal price for Tomato Will want five to eightbundre Pu111ilanleeping Line Jacksonville to ,Cincinnati t via''Aaheville
}h; to make a successful campaign.Burr ,',
: week ek8. solicited
In order when .
severed the line of :rnrueut U. working through "The Sky. ,:
cau '
boldly treaties would be ratified giving! the Through trains 'via The Southern' RAilWay:'_r operated m' k
;'f tious precedent and 'Issued to thi government the Coaling station etc., L connection with the Plant: gysteni Florida East Coast Railway, W

I ,: ; public a,candid statement of wbotI" that we ask for. Its also stated In NokoatokoKokokokokokokokokoKokokokokoitokorokokdkokokok' Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining: Car on all through

.I, ,, he would do If l'ledeli-no vagerf; egard to tbe Isle of Pines which hat : trains;

.. assurance that he" would. perform thf Wen cocsideredjjelonglug to the United f A Special ::1 0 A,k for, Tickets.via Southern- "Railway., .-, C rre.po deitoe Solicited., ':

I 1. ,t duties of' the office to the best of' bit, States, did not but would be a. matter ,

abilities which everybody may construe if future consideration. In regard to 'H. F..CAREV.Fla. PM...,Agt... JOB :W.TBAT SU, ) ct: javin., FUV. .. '
I t.., J to suit himself, but an explicit he matter of the expense the United .

I pledge; to bend his energies toward IIt. Mates had been to in clearing[ the Islandf I Barga n 1 1o s. H. HARD WICK;. H. TAVLOB!, .

1 ; substantial reduction of freight and Spanish tule and .bringing'order out G..w-at'Pr Agent, Aw'i den' P... Ageat
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t + rates iu the State and tot if chaos :Mr. Root'stated that no claim ', Viantngton D. C. AtUata, Ga..
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t. passenger tad yet been made, but that, these A 7-Year Old j jo ,
Whiskey .
t labor to put an end to the discriminations luestions would come up when the J.nvt+w 15.19Oa.. .

..j.' ; between individuals, wblcli, Juban government was on a business At, $2.5O Per Gallon 0 0N

,t, ; is the greatest crime of the railroad 'ontlng. w ". .
0 '
:' j', and the greatest menace to Democratic In regard to Secretary Root's personility The' ,
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l institutions with which ware < the main features which, strike seat 10-Year Old WhiskeyAt ,

\ confronted. me are his directness and business! like i $4 Per Gallon ''.'o' "THe EASY Coisf OP FLORIDA" -

:11 fr There, is no cause for disapoint. nauner. One :Miami citizen who met w .' o is PARADISE REGAINED; .' JlntloeIt 4

I I, ment in tbe result. As was to have urn said "Why. If I bad not known ., 11o 0 Ilrftfal' ". ....... J.- '
: ; been expected these declarations hflerent, I'd thought; be was a tomato Y These :Prices Include ;

I f have brought yapping at his feet wyer," and Capt. J. II. Welch who O I Jug and Delivery' o :. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. r
I represented the New York Herald and
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1 ," corporation subsidized .newspaper 0 r
every Associated Press at this in addi.t.ion 0
point,
t h, I t in the State but on the other to his duties as collector, of customs, 0 Cash or Money Order Must Accompany Order j LOCAL TIME CARD No.. 40. 'In Effect pril'I5, 1902.,

i band the response to the appeal or, iBid that be was the easiest man to '
o 0 NONTNBOUND.UAD'UP.No
I 11..i.! 1 y ,.' the part of the voting citizen 'hut 'ntervlew, he ever met readily answer N N", B*.-We have the ''Beet Imported and oli 'OUTH80UN UD DOWN. ?
'
_ j: surpassed anticipation.- The reduction :ng all querrles in a brief and gentle Domestio Blackberry Brandy. o 38 No. 85 MAIN -(LINK.. No. 7* No. 8* P
Dally Dally llaUjr: Dally ,
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i 11*!' ; I of rates and the abolition natily manner. w 11i ,f
's
:t } of discrimlnatioa are. what the e---- 500p 940!" L................. Jaokonvlll ......... .. ....: CO I' Ua '
Bargains In laaproved and unimprovid i MIAMI CL.UB BAR e p! a 48. Lv........... .....,So. Jacksondll*................. Ups 47 a
I f ; I } people want. They are the object of p 10 eda ...........,:.. .......St. Au u.LIJMt.....:.. ....... p f. leaof ,
I city property. Townley Bros. An-: tOp e7. ...................... Haauiiic ....:...:.:........A.I n p 110 a
j for which. the Railroad] Commission Phone No. 93 : Miami, Florida: : e 11 19 a ................ ...... ,EasePalatka. ...................: P eGila iJ w.
bony, Block. 0y q7top Up .......:................. ............ ........ 622.SI .
i is maintained' 01 0710 it SI0110 i10 o k 0710 t10 i10710'lt 07107 S 510 7107 .N.og. ,
established and g o i10 A o It 0710 U i10 t o 10110 74 o
was -- .., e p 31 p ............... ......;.. BInnefle' ....:....... .... .. a fOI" a so. If
., \ and they are going to elect the man 52p1l 81 P ............ ..?......... Dupont<.........._............. 08 p.s O4.dr .
Enjoyable SoclaIEvent. ary ..... ...... ..e.... ....Onuond..p...a .tp 688. tl _
; who will them fair be i h. Up.:........ ...........<... Paytona..... .................'ip ens .w '
serve as as A party of young society people of 'WJt1.101. Brownr.l'rMli/iinti; / .1 S tOp '81' ....,..................Pork Orange.....A....*.*... ?,...,.... iatp 61.E -i-0, r
i honest.y Miami k"k"r II It MoCnrmlrk.: Vluo-Vr..iMontUna. 509y, lap..... ......:...... Vow Smyrna.... ......:... ... 7 0211 lees : ,
; n.
social
i gave a very enjoyable! B Bank 0 r Bay Biscayne H. Curry, Bwi.iiil' .. .... ....... ....t..O.ki101.. ........... .......,.. Up... .... w yt4 '
;, "I The just interests of' the carrier), lance'at the K..of P. I-Ialliast Thursday y (j ,Churlen II. UarthalUa, pl epre'ident ..:",..... tote.......................Tltuavilla, .......,.:.?.......... ....... ,,..'::1.Ooooa. fT
t .,..... ;........ ...... ... ,............, .,.. I ..... ..
\ have nothing to fear at Mr. Burro :tvenlng, a delightful time being the remit. o ....q3... III II ....... ......Rooklud ge.;... .i.............*......1 is OIP ... .pa.. <>
,! There were about fourteen 'Capital. $50,000 ....... I 11p ....;......:.....,...E,..ll Onllle......................... ... .. '" M1 1
couples .
bands but his election will ussuredh to.. ..... 08p ... .... ....... Ain'bourus.. ...................., 11 lit .: : r
\ oresent and dancing was Indulged in ...:.... I.UII..b..t.I.n..I.. ; :. ; :' .................... I I I'J.:... ,
make a new era in the history o MIAMI:: :" ... E'IOR.JDA; : : : : .tit :e; ....... ..............,...,.. ....15' Lu ...... ..............,...... MMa ...:.. nla .
}. the Florida Commission and confei till tbe wee sma' hours. I"! Stto6p: ...i....*...........,..,Port 1.1........... ............_.... U Ola) ....... k': ti.
Those Mesdamea F. T. .:.... 613:!p .......................Whlte CIt,................... .. .OtSa ... !ud: 11 1
: t nn Inestimable boon on the muck: present were .... .. loa P .. ..... ._.10......... Tlbbala..... .. .... .. ... lOSJa1U ... .. ;-
(Judge C. U. Biakner G. A. Carpenter, 8' ..,.... eo p .. ......... .;..Ed..n.''.....'........... ,..+.. w... '
;' abused shipping public of the State.::) ....... d1P'....I..!.a..l.!!.! ............ Janwti.. ,. !.....!. ....I.'l!! Ies ... .. tx
J. D. Tucker ; Misses EbWe Welch Car Pianos Organs Sewing Machines ....... U I' .. ..,............... Stuart....:.............:.......101/a....:.. a.u' ,3
_ rie Pritchard ....... P ......>............. ...Hope Sound......9 u.. .. 'i, 110 5
Tucker Kate Rosa
Leonirdi S ...?.. Sg v.... ...... :..:..WMt Jupiter.........:............. Ma: :....:. .. '
A LEADER OF MEN. and Kittle McDonald ; Messrs..J. E.berthey. I sell direct from the ....... 'I P ...,................We.t Palm Snub..................... s-1\8. ....... jw 11" ; ,,;:f ."
Factory'Tbe ........ S to p ......i........ ...........Boynlon ...........;......".... 8S9a...,.. ', "
i Mr.Chas.' F. Uurgraan, one oftbt \ C. D. Tucker J. D. Xlnianl-s, Celebrated Schubert: Piano with Maudolia Attachment ... ... tI O p ......i>...,. .. Ft.Lauderdale.. . .. T 55aa .. .. I a rt
.. S. It. Tbe Conover Pianos, tbe Cable Pianos ....... ...................... Lemon f tt,.. .. ...........::........ e 6la ...?.... '
B. Biakner
+ editors of ""Freedom; MM. Wilrani. Sewell Clayton C. The Klngsbuiy Pianos, the Wellingtoii Pianos -- ....... top_......._.................. ._ ... ". ....... ,,:;-'- ;:;..'i. <<- '.
rhos. E. Cheathain
t 1'ost's paper and a. mental sclent! J, II. Cheatbam. The Chicago Cottage Organ, ia twenty.nine styles,. BUFFET PAELOR CARS ON TRAIN U AND 78. 'l"'i''! '
d Dale Miller M. B. Aulttnan Dr. Gram.lug Lowest Prices and .:' : i
of marked ability, after subjecting At the Very oa Liberal Terms. ':':) ..
: J. C. Gramling and H. T. Wheeler Catalogues and Prices Furnished on Application BEAIPOII'LINES: SCHBDTJI.E3.PAIO.TKA. .." .))1.}.., "'
Governor Jennings;! to a severe men. ', <
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tal diagnosis, draws the following Old Instruments Taken In Exchange *1rCelebrated singer Sewing' Machine J JNa. '
AWD : )
EDWIN CTAPP'S SHOES, |6.eo and17.cofiaest HAST PAIJATKA. :
conclusions: made 'at ANTHONY'S e Needles and .Aita"bn..n"(toe all kind of Ban:ln (r Machine Mall Order will\ receive .. ;

A word about Governor Jennings. jirompl. Attantlon.COB. B7 Nu. B8 No. 83 No. 49 No. 47 SU.TIOM. 46lly I*. 80 Mo. 84 Not : ,
AVIS. D. Aim' 'ittimT... .. "TJCT "r'RICKSON Dally Dally UallyUlally Dally Dalo. NDa.IIy1 .Dally Dally Dally :I,.
lie bears the stamp of a born leo,lei hilt F....n I PA: J' tTY 'I
lakes Explanation a sToTSMa ,..... .
necessary.The lafla Faop 6 81p| Iirj | ri6a v. r &9 J..
of men. Calm and dignified, yet un- State committee which adjournedin J t0 i tltl>\ l a pill SAa Ar ,..Rut Palatk'a ,. 'Lt a u,aI T 0e. tls: ? 08 p p iSfHATFOBT "" .

i assuming when mingling with 'tht- i Jacksonville has settled some things BBAKOK.Na. f.Yid...'
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and those ,
pretty thoroughly things arc :
t t people he gives tbe impression ol jot Just what the anti-primary advocates ,
.
'rtiftni tafi 10 Ne. 1 17 No 8l .
.' Va tremendous! reserve power and great really desired. '. Dst1y Dally DaaJ 5ul'(<'I1''' Dally Ne.B Ne.Daily 11 No.Delia 2OT ,.ptits.. !.' : <

k mental force. His face and forehead One of the strenuous points insisted l ISat v unfit '
t indicate the keen observer cf upon and which no one there dared to ''Large Stock 08 p 1lap *a Lv.u..,.....:..::uoutlv4 ao ok>oaTUla.e ..,.....:....... .r I a irr'i 1 p IlD P I ..'. ,:: '
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men, final openly though Judge :Rainey, of 160 IOCp1006aLV'R.. ,.. .,. ,riDlobeuR .? !O .

l )\' r :; j.I,,' sham who cannot pretensions! be Imposed.and who upon cut cleat bJ this u leaders place and fought W;secretly L. Palmer, was of the Orange hold, L Small Prices 00 eat totssEAr.,' ,..,,,..,.,Atlontla,,,,Maypor Beauh* ...,.,...,. ..L._T 40 it a sill It 1> *a(j! tpp p .'i::'e'py'; '!;::'<': ''..

ing of primaries for the nomination of a Good'Goods' BAIT VATZO ..v.Ne. .
BRAKOH. ,
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$1 r, of by paths to reach u mark.irrespective United States Senator for two years I :' r' ,' .

'f'' 1'l I'' of popular clamor or prejudice. hence tosucceed Mr. Talliaferro when I DO S7 No. Id 1 0TATIOKa No. 48RaMPalatka. Na, BS) 1 "(" '.,.t"
bis term of office shall SPECIAL Dally Dally
ATTENTION'g
The
'M> expire.: caa.Itdale. '
.: i Governor Jennings a man of whom fox United States Senator shall 00 ..G1.VEN. TO> IU Order'S l. .. ..., ,, .' ,. y Dally ;
t the people of the State may feel justly bave to go before the voters direct and 1/ : le 6 32 aAr ...Ban Mat o .... .u. J/ l tl COO. P .. r '

i : 1 proud. bow! cause why they should be entrusted tUndertaking In all Its B BJLNrOBD BRANCH., w.. rDally ..
": "; '.,:f'.. L with the mantle of that office. ( aa.cblS o&uxayt orrr BBAITO&. ;' ; :
..' They will not be.able to do
as was
\ No. 12Dully
,;. '-A- .. Amend the State Law lone heretofore, quietly work up the D QO1 VIT$., EDWIN NELSON MIami/ Fla'. STATIONS.- Daily i Dally Nibf 'BTATIOH*. Dlly Na. S Me.* : ;:'. ."

; ; : The dame among a few legislator and walk ...., ,
; West Palm Beach SUN ia waging "'4-3111 OM1. ,.,. Tl vi Tlho i,. r p J,
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.iway with the plum before the public 1 re.in. Mlm .,_Lr K 8mjrn&.Arako p p
r A8 ::,;'J', war against the members of the Board: of' even realized who it was, shaking the e 89 a Le. ..... ....U.leno..aJ.v 1 tl. 1111 H Wa H.Ien.L. D f0 p ',' '
\ BH. LV. ..,,.. Knt .. .. ., Lv.Ur.oqs CIty r 10 p p
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County Commissioners
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of t 11 llOa
; Dade County tree U 44 a jLt a
.t ...,. fob Oni CItYJQ
; 9.0. Af 8.n ,. .,,...,,t x1100. L.t 1100 13epe
.' .. who are) engaged iu the mercantile bus! Another Important feature of ,- "
", -nets, monopolizing the purchase of applies mary; as adopted is tbe fact that ballot WILSON .& FLYEDEALERS These Tlmo TablM show. the tilling *| whlehtrainimsjbe.apeotedtoarrlveanddea.ra '"
1, {+ ,,1", for the county. The SUN asks that box fluffing will be made more' dangerous from thesev.r.l.tenone buttheir arrlTal slsheUmosstated leno.eu.ra0te.d. ;t1
bold v-
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,< '. other merchant be for those who ikretronti0i'llOml"'r lt given share believe in
< a of the that any or any A a qtwna a ajrlslugr ,. A.
r' 8 1'' >,o ." r patronage and in this it i la right The method of elections and tbe true sentiment ---- ERS JN---- .
: ;',. same practice which ia complained of in of the people will be more readily Peninsular and
\' 1Q'J',,. Dade county ban been In vogue In obtained. Now that tbe primary is and Groceries Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
P r '' Alnchua county for the past three years, adopted let it be given a fair and honest Staple Fancy BETWEEN: M3AMA, EET-WE3T.AND: .
i1' and we have beard more than one trial for the next two elections,then If HAVAWA. _
,. complaint concerning it. Simply be. It ,Is a good thing, push it along. If bad TOBACCO' ,0otlTuBOgND.; JlOD.T'JIBOUDID'I:
": cause merchant happen* to be a DleDl.I' let It be done away with.- -Tallahassee FRUITS, and : ,
f' IT.Mlama Uona.Wmls ,........ .
f ; ber of tbe Board of County Commissioners Capital. CIGARS'"d A.IIaJWeet.ruoThun............a..l/Op.. / AT.HeyWa..Tn. NThyare.. .......:.... ._.10 011.
i ;q ----....r --..... Lv X..We..Th..ra....... ......... r ............:.. .. '
ia he JtOl "
g i. no reason why should\ mot O'rdtr Taktn AllGoodi Ar H. .. ....,... 130p Lv. x"J Wset ...:. ..ra...... ... II
T W d .... .
t : \ nooollze the trade of the They Evidently Deserve Criticism. LOWEST PRICtS GUARANTEED O Frl. .. lOll. .r.Mt.mt Wdd.. FrI......... ..-.....".... OOP O a "- '
''i'' Other merchants pay taxes and should According to the Miami Metro /',- ,. -. ., Promptly Delivered j For eopy o{Local I Tina Card addtMS any.Agents; .. ; ,? .y; tf "
\ ; be given an opportunity to at least bid II. to critcise. a public official In that f. D. RAHNfiR.: Aa.t. '''Q lJI. PM. AgentBT.
;, upon tbe proposed purchase*.-Gainesville town Is to show "anarchistic symptoms.." Avenue D., Near 14th. St. MIAMI, FLA.' ,. AUCKTSTI&ia :l'LA..

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THE TftOPtCAL SON, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1903. IS

nMl ll l-I III .LIY 1111-111111-I r _.. -., _.-.. -- -- -, ,
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THE SOUTH, ,, :rDADE SECTION-

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:, / \.'mnrrrmvrmr..nrrN.: rTrrmrrrrnrmr.ny a ROUND \ # H DADE
J t'' : This .is thOSe When Fresh
. ::., : ,' : : : :, : .. ''I : a SO n Fruit is Scarce

't y *\r: ; Llnks'of' "Ideal; \ N Good t Ci-ops, ....4..*....................+....*.+.................
o 2"tts .
Ups : .
: .. Here. and ; ; n ppy.. .. Aud in offering this liiia of :Evaporated Fruits J
3 Ir I.hl I.: 1 .)1 ; '" .\ r. ', i ,you get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bug .J
: : Br1.4| T Mention of : of .the Week 3 ; and web. :

... By TBS SUN'S "!''to' Cut1.r-+. .. READ THIS LISTEvaporated :

P ? f i,, '' .. ...;flror! : < ,:. ,; During.th,., : '.. : '
:
-, ./'.. Apricots cents pound
-"" : Evaporated Peaeheatg cents pound e
email ?
.. : and ; I O'1ty BitOS.
Largo
r. ,.,. ".' : ..,\/' 'f' : fruitsand 'v : : II't : Evaporated! Wars, 13 cen's pound
." .. pasta of the Evaporated Apples, 15 cents pound
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... ;_. Anthony.Block. '
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? ; ''Church South Evaporated Fins, i2'/i cents pound
{Our Line of _\ : .'Although the Mlautl\!', visit i '. Big.line California Prunes, 10 tts pound

:!: :' .Y ". :.... :, tomatoes are about 5- Fancy Layer Flux, so cta'pound- '....
"
1 : t m ",'', .... qsprcss' freight la vlng his house; Fancy hard Dates, iijj cts, pound :

... ..' ,.' ..-" ,' '). ./.. .' ,.".,"' .. 7;500 crates every O h 'Avenues.. D : good Sun Dried Apples 10 cU Ib III
.
fcKif '.:' ) !; j 1'" If you wnt.'tc!see, purchased; by .5: *5>i pounds Rood Roasted Coffee $t.oo : ell
4 I h ; .. :"' .: ,Paragdn;" : doing the best bllsln | ; '' D and 33 pounds nest Flour |i.oo

\ .... .. \ ., .. at the column* of' T i i. 11 pounds Granulated fugar, $I.oo ,
.. '. '. .: all (here, excepting a \ :t s Gallons Oil 85 cents
/ I .
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.. Biscayne. one
,' ,i .. In shortly. S; cans Milk cents \ "
VI"if 3 3g '
"? .' ..,. '?" Wern d. ... tomato ,
..' .r: erma' e
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.,, :. ToiuoUa tribe No. 3 : : 16 pounds good( Rice $t.oo "r 1 1NNNIIN
,... '\ I .-> .. .. ..=.. Have their first annual The);major looking Is .N..11.1...NNNNN...111...1N.NNN1.
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:y", .! I I.':" ; I = P. Hall :Monday county. -'
'. and ScTeet Orr"i ance was large, arid \ LEFFLER
-, !> .. i3Ii' ",this way: L/ ,
I '. .," ,.;!...:.. ,..... a very pleasant'pne.In.spiteof the products fwelfik!! SI.. Between Pi' 0. and Biscayne Hotel -' MIAMIFLORIDADry
j,.. .V..f. ;, .. be fac t
.. .-J.. '(< /.fl" > ( like a fair
.
B,i.. _.. 1>; .,-'"", : : .. season Is over, empty banner winter
't' ''I ::I scarce in Miami and,
Choicest Section of
the ; the
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,' .I"'" ,. 1.
', '." .. to get one Is to but ;
on thl 'East. Ooa'1t..- number are following
Has been in 'XIM11\NIES.I \
Norman ,C. 'Upp! st railroad
.
Prices e
the West
Capital Cafe this place to
.'I In a day or two open 'make their I

rrl .. parlor Front's in Cafe.the room He will ,expects running to Goods Notions Etc.

tablishment."The

., '.' O to. $6 Mr. Nehl(1 CdrlsoiT ,
of (the pioneers
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: .." ,. 'l1J town Friday (
nd Mr. C.' A.
... )"' CartsOn has a fine crop local The Only Complete and ExclusiveDry
> inspec
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., :', ? (II Just engaged In f \
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: Northern markets, : Jacksonville Goods House in Dade County
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; : ; attending to
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: ;., .. ". ; Look and Fit as wellS crates expects: of to very ship fine : office hotels, and We have just received our New Spring Silks, Lawns, Nalosooks,
.
.n ..: -t ..,'.. iI.\. .'<"I''",,, ...:J. ......"' .,'It. ., allll left.la of,goo4' : of 'which Swisses:) ; C Ham bray' *, Embroideries Laces, Ribbons, Etc. Imported .. '
; '
f The of and Domestic Wash Fabrics of all kinds. ,
as" prospect ,
r Tailor-Made and
.; ,, .,: ; at Miami the near ( tor. opened Samples furnished upon request. Great line _
although all
an upward tendencyIn of,House Furnishing Goods Ht
,, : ; a third iChea >er.. estate. Now if we yet arrived, Low Prices; "
fcs. hand wash
.. lug railway line on the
-off well, and
what's the use talking The
'" success. SURPRISE STORE
great country here if
h much to get the the schooner

; .' Erfert & Wilson & ', from for Mal.the TWELFTH MIAMI. FLORIDA STREET.,AND. AVENUE C. C.L, XIMANIES, Prop.

;almost completed' the 3-14'301 S "I
r.
they are building for ctop. This:
; : Z ,. begin moving

:';;; : .. ;,, ::. : "1 on Twelfth the Int street recently ny crates will ,
that! date
'} s C, and expect to have F aggag3S arag wqs; ?i "
' t, :- :-west Palm Beach: Palm Beach Miami 2t May loth. Dr. ( a raid on a
\ running a De.ntlfnllonattonforhotolorroai- BiiriTUln In 'Improved burtlne"
room as a drug store: dvnoe In Alfnmi. fifvttttnK ni llay IfiOtaut In lfhlmln \n'lttpey !1O 4
( last week, : : : property :
on llth Street IHA feet m Ave. ,
w jlfr. F.'W. things was a nnu "" l tao r..et. Tliln property Is per cent on luri'Htnient din be
Ing and building firm near thu Hiwnl Plm Motet 14 'fir Pants Ate Ait. of the par from 'lloiel Park BtirLHiu ac .
Paragon -. Raulerson, of Daytona IIOOt..IO.. next thirty days
Creek and
Saturday looking after.m"Y Tbe sher o00oooTOWNLEY
vIew to moving hit
;.7\ where be
.: -... 4--- firm expect to locate tract that
Miami and wilt pr ( BROTHERSREAL
having
'' AreSlltnt, shop in Connection
Shoos crates:
Antb ny's'S (iness.
V r Sales irsn I thousand.
Rev. Mr. bill, of of miscella: ESTATE AGENTS
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: another gentleman well. '

r' AAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAA1AA.. future of Miami, He f t MIAMI, FLORIDA
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ted two fine cottages
tUI .
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., ir havldg another : of Troy N". ooooooBitrirnln
silty .r B. Rev. Mr. Dilt'lp .
a very
and purchased : build. adjoining vicinity of Miami. Nine acnw In
WADDELL which he will '
,
are to + tract. :n..I'1' In liuni-lnw grn.p; t' r
rants. 4.rM old.! ] Jmulicott.gea: Will :::),.
w 4. .
1 to super- .. pay nil( per runt. un IlIv..t..nt.l':
Frank Bond of I llnrgaln at Four ThouBund Dot- '
.: -' .... ?..........................NT Lumber Mr. Company their new lura.Whypay .. 'la

'* looking after;the :
Fine list: Lots desirable day d the two L rent hen yn\i can buy We luivo duafrable bnainew prop J
dity this -.
Real | ness at place. i returned Fri from Tonnley JiruM., Miami, nicecoctngea arty In Minml, l"'l'rovul/lntlu..hu-
'I i most extensive !) They easy ,,,' IMni |7UO.OO to |iuuu,00 on proved,tor saloon' easy term**.
li.( bia
Biscayne Bay fronts ; Land country, with having offices at Cape schooner Sable -TI'.II.7t '.

i Palm Beach and
days. They
Estate ; also fruit and Vegetable reports business ( good fishing,

.. line. fine'

:: : .i-Z; Tracts. near,Miami, Cocoanut Grove Major, was W in Q.town' \ small morning tarpon fry. Tomato Wraps arid" '.' =


and l .t; Grove and vicinity. ini- on speaking friends of aui vegetable} \\l'at1s !, for is planning the.rest Crate Nails .

jor informed that Tina Knot
) proved aid unimproved, of that place had a > new build.
Collection : : eggplant,from Which t house, so I have Just received a large took of Tomato Wrap. ,
i in- having Tomato Picking Baskets, Crate Nails/ and Vegetable l
? | suitable for residence or over Jt.ooo : m date io or
'
Carriers. I and
fSoo worth with, purchased early purchased right.aud
I to be beards/row I H will pay'any on* In need of tomato wraps and nails ,
vestment.' ; a heavy to see me,'or write! for prices before buying.; I also .
Agency : ouvUIe Captain, who Napoleon trees in and carry a. 55 I J'

............................'...' N1 Three durIng Friends the Cuban whose,war" !, ? /. conse Full Line of General Merchandise .

and other
Phosphate 5 and ing expeditious and ; have kept up AT' LIVING. PRICKS +
l were in all the papers
) as much ...
(. Grove Lands was in town for a; ; : last. :. ;

.tJ Orange calling Admiral.on Dewey his many of t station of :HUDSON: BURR .

: On the West Coast mand-Captain having BroAtanl put In. more at attract.\hlli Little River; '.. Florida t

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being' 1m.

'; Agent t f for Armour &,Co., Fertilizers,'Chicago. 'Aermolor Wind Mills, Chicago ad the In State other Board business of ','cat in "tbe i

carried
: :. .Correspondence Solicited. .. in love superintending for salt water the, and being- of Prof.P. FRANK W.. STBNTON & CO.
;
om ,. over Banff ef Bay Blie! yne. MIAMI, FLORIDA made for'anattempt : chief ,
,
Av.oue D. anil TwelfiU Street .. proved of
,.
tha went
steel vessel OUR SPECIALTY
"1'11'; ___::.. __ here sometime ago. ; lI,and its ? 4
yf .
p resources
Clothing of the proud of the same the
very
Buy Your watch that was given 'o' the future. Fancy East Coast Tomatoes

of a Cuban reglment.'. ticuiture! It '

:if PIOMEER GLOtHlNG MEN on. Cubansoil, almost .. '14 Vine Street, Philadelphia '
\ ii.-1
DOS of the!.Spanish \
the wait too long S HB B P S *l S S SS e S t f,', ;
that man on
no
1 OF DADE: ooTifrySchneiclman say waters between'bere worm and Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit;;
the first lots
than Captaiu
better of ; estate deal GROVES LOCATED< "
+ & Cohen fact and the speed
I Is due his marvelous Llle & Stanton Terra Ceis FI.. Armstrong. & Stanton elmctto. 1'Ul' ,
arms, men and Knox & Stanton. Itimnnis, Fla.y y,
.ra-u ;Miami :Florida durl.gtheir. fight for ,A.fJlOln' W

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8KCOND Eft Eft- PAUL C. JONES W. c. l\UNNICK\ ,,' j
IMMIGRATION COURT LESSON V. QUARt ,INf w Ilt a. ".; d" ,

NATIONAL SERIES, ,MAY 4.Tst I a .

', t a An Ohio Man Throws" Out Some: Will Convene, at Miami on Monday ... : JOKES & MINHIOK
< le' Aeia, Kl, O-3O." ,
:f ,, r' Timely Hints In, Regard" to Next Several Importantcases Memory v...... ita.a4-Gold..',-.. I Y House Built ? / i| I

bbl Lower Rates South. on the Docket. ,,Act' "st, .t-:Con.im.....r .'....P....Abr '
It.., P. M. ....**..' "' : ; 5 :Building Contractors !

A31 years- -- I The of Circuit Court will\ ICopyrltfht, 1801: by Aram-loan jPrtM'A".o- | THOS J J. ,BRIER ". | ,
I I "u'' For several prior to 1897 was May term ctatlon. ,"' ,. .1, ,

: in the real estate Business in Jackson. open next Monday, May 5th, at Miami, 19. Preaching the word to none but unto Jt. Only the Best of Mechanics: : )

r't' vllle, Fla. It was while there I learned and it is expected that the sessions ,will\ the Jew only. Contrnctoro I r ,. u*"'"L".iif'" "Vmj-"-'-- "-'*-'- ,,f, :
1 ti; that It was not the expenditure of thou. be prolonged for several days as there Thus did those who were scattered '
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l"" to Bands of dollars to advertise the adva- are a number important cases to come abroad upon the persecution that arose l Employed ,on. Our"'Contracts'-', ." ,
for about Stephen, amid in chapter ;vlll, 1, and Builder ', ,' ---
11; ,, t"ges of Florida, as was being paidopt. up trial. we are told, tbnt all ..were.scattered It ,,' .. ._," "t :
following '' ", .
'P that was needed. But what wan neded wa The gentlemen will tepott 'J' ,' .' "' -
abroad-except the npnatles. The; twelve WEST.PALM,, nUAcu" I+
e. w IARIDA
clan to low at the opening of the term to serve a $
of get
the perfection some were originally comnmude'd to go.neither o., la prepared to flU) your order 12-80-tr) 1 1Contractor

"' rate for those of the north of moderate jurors : to the Satanrltaim DOT to' the; gen. stud in '"

means who were anxious: to mov'e to the C. W. Hill C; W. Lee,'J-'Schneidman: tiles, but rather to time lost sheep o( o promptly WqrlcmanllkJ, :"

State which. (is the cla89 that would! clear Warren Mitchell, W. H. Chaille, E. It. the house of Israel and on 'one 'occasion V manner. Estimates furnished', o .. .. .
ta, # the laud Improve it, and stay on It, Padgett C. A. Gossmati. U. M. Peter our Lord said "I ant not sent but .o on conatruotion' 'work of every JI o ---- ..----,

+ thus being a better man for: the State son, James Hall. Jr., Chas, S. Archer unto tbe lost sheep ,of the'',bouse of JI

t',' than the pleasure tourist or speculator. J. F. De Berry, Henry Prescott, J5. L. Israel" ((4Utt.: x. 6, 0; iv 24). All'this a ,descriptlou.tf j G., W. S. BELL

i r. So it was In 896 that I made an ffor Morse, C. II, Bradley Reed Bryan C. C. Was I, how$>4r, changed before His ascension o' .-. -..r.. JI o ,
from Cincinnati to Jacksonville Houston W. L. Goodsoo Alvin Hen- and, the command was plainly .
rates ,
: t 11 to get equal to those given emigrants drlckson, Andrew' Neilson R. A. Coachman given to creature.'go unto all the world. 'and, .to I West Palm Beach Florida i iA : and Builder
every ,
from the east to the west. And a round J. F. Hinton, "R. B. Neilson. J. N, 21. The hand of the Lord -was- with \ 0Iioito '. '

I; } trip rate off i7.so was arranged, but the Taylor H. B.'SmithH.' Murray, Paul them, and a great number believed 'aml +to3toltotso7so7eo5ioiso7ic7tf WEST ;PALM: BEACH, FLORIDAThe

'p sIr first circulars sent north set the various F. Mathews, C. E. Ernest M. F. Long, turned unto the Lord. '' .

roads "not in; it,".at work and the next R. W. ?orter, S. !M.\; Outland. Thus in these new,places the called erection attention and 't'fANS''AND[ SPECIFICATIONS!* of all descriptions FURNISHER Riven: persons,,,;' b"

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out ones were being- leathered unto v
/: off. But yetI -.a. ON -
I knew was the' rate was APPLICATION. All work well aud romptl.Y''t
of and went at the him to whom all must come, whether C. Dittmar ': done. References if desired. :/' ''
would Dot give up The Wish Father ol the Prophecy.We i Jew, or;Greeks, for there Isjsnlvutlou; given ,

1 za ,; matter In another way but one requiring print elsewhere the rules govern. In'no other (Iv, 12)). The Jews BIlk for; DBICI.KR: INRougli Completely Equipped for First-Class PlumbingResidence

to make it a success, more cash ing the primary election. They are a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom ahd-- on Eveniia Street. near Luke Front P. O, Box 36,.,.
yid had. However I arranged for their own best comment. One thing is l-fl if V '
than I but -to 'those who accept Him,
Y. _.
the confidence of a certain-tbe committee has made the drceks pressed Immbe -'""
,l this and enjoying both Jewsanil Christ 'la the .. \ ;
rules that the will
,1 high/ railroad official at Jacksonville, 1 I die. so It will stringent be killed by its system professed power, of God and the wJal10m 'or QcxI Shingles.. Doors, Sash, Blinds ,.,

? was extended passes to Cincinnati and friends. Properly conducted as in ((1 Cor. 1.25,24), : ), The) good tidings of Mouldings. Brick;Lime, Want a .. ,:, ',," ',. ,' ,
ofQ.4 the kingdom and of the- nopelof tin
also letters of introduction to officials i Georgia the primary is all right: '
A{ 1 i railroads' there. I left Jacksonville here, under present conditions! it will grace of God,:Tvheu: faithfully proelnlm-! and Builders' Hardware; : < <, '\ ',

about the first of September 1897 with be always provocative of trouble.-:Lake ed will always' be owned of God to' FORT PIERCE', r FLOJIDA'LIGHTWO"OD' House Built ? "
S City ludex.HE !. gather out Ills ,
I y'' full faith that inside 0136 days I would -_ __. ..--- elects, '.
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feS }s. Who. when he came and had seen POSTS i
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,. ;, r ,IhvM return with, a large HomeseeUers ex. EMBEZZLED\ TIlE "', ,, the..sxaoe of God was\ glad, and exhorted, II. T. Grant,'Contractor and ul1ierl pre'pt.re4'to give lG... ,
; cursion. But goon' after reaching Cincinnati them all that with purpose of heart they, "First Class Ll ;htwood Posts for, ,
service and
prompt work need.
would cleave unto the Lord .satisfactory to ,any one ,,1..Ji s ;
I the money that was assured ute HOTEL ,COMPANY'S FUNDS This Is written -of Bnrnabas whom Pineapple Covering and other purr Ing anything[ In'the construction line. : .:
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+' by a large land owner living near Jack poses A drell.! '
the church at Jerusalem to Antioch
sent tg"r
sonville was forthcoming--. Another Cashier of the St. George Hotel"St. AugrustlneT '- when they heard the tidings of' H. B. HOWARD Call( on or address\ ,

obstacle also just then sprung up. .It Carries Off Between $700. the Grecians turning to the Lord. They 'Sebastian FIa H. T. GRANT ;{..,
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Miss. and and "00. A Galft lel'. .
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was yellow fever at Biloxi could not have sent a better man'tban "
0-0-1902 WEST PALM: )JKACH FLOKIDA.} .5$
'1 the cry went over the north-"yellow this one, who had alreaIproved\/ ,him t ,

{ fever down south." This was followed Another caphierhagone| wrong aud self a true son 'consolation (Iv; 83! ; .' __ : iVJ. '

#y by the trouble between Spain and the now St. Augustine lays claim to the IX, 20, 27)). He gladly recognized the :i @I' . '1:; .

1 :United States. So I was forced to give latest sensation According to the Record grace' of God wherever he saw J& '
.: ,
:rr pu<\I r the matter up at that time. Wm. II. BifgS: cashier at the St. whether In} a persecuting Suul or In the, Build Houses M. M. BR0eK: :
It visit relatives in Hotel the is Grecians and he'nov encourages the G J
t ,1 dk } I then concluded to George past winter: a fugitive
I saved people to cleave to the Lord
'1, f 4" northeastern Ohio and see if I could not from justice, charged\ with embexiling Move Houses.
alone and not to. of their
any teachers
f' AI ,! get them interested try the matter and the hotel receipts entrusted to his Buildings I Handled :
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''t' 14. toe he was a good man and full of Repair Houses. Contractor and BniIdor
t j"I', :';, :' be prepared for another trial when tie care.The the Holy Ghost and of faith, and much on CommissionPlans
:." proper time "arrived. I succeeded in young man yielded to the allurements people was added unto the Lord. Shop work,
;
securing a, good new printing outfit sot of the gambling tables operated Our,Lord, Jesus said, "There Is none .1

': f as to be able to do a .large amount of daring the season and lost both his own good but one;, that .Is Qod" (Mark z; Repairing or : and !Specifications: Furnished
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'r( 18), therefore :Bnruubus was In God,
)
\! 'i advertising at smallest possible expense.. money and that placed in his >charge Dock Building( : '
and God In
was .hint through Jesus
} ,:',. I now feel that the time to push the amounting to$700 or $800 At the close Christ.: His goodness was the righteousness on .Application :

'r:i I: organization of Homeseekera' excursion of the season he confessed himself a of God in Christ. Many are Call on or address : WEST PALM BEACH,. :j ,

l :f '!'f.r to Florida has arrived if It is ever to do defaulter and promised to return the thus righteous who are not filled with : Q . . ..iGX I
I I' ''I F'1 so. Therefore I now am again at it to amount embezzled. lie accordingly appealed > the Spirit, but Barnabas ,was Spirit M. J. YARBOROUCH

r make it a success or forever drop it. 1 to his brother and- affairs were filled (Eph. v, 1S>, as every believer '
West :Pnlm
; r Deacli. Fla.I '
t do not propose to boom any particular dragging along pending a settlement should be. Unless people are added'to

; locality but to leave the settler to pick when Biggs disappeared. Investigation the Lord It matters" little to what. so r JHMES fcm H0LLEV

1: tI'' : f his o..nlocation. followed and it was learned that the culled church or company of*Cbrlsytlans ,
.
''I added for there Is no' I BUILD HOUSES / "
F they are BUILDER
I : If you are interested in this and feel money to make good hIs defalcation had >* *
salvation in anything short of being a
confident it be made a'success, send arrived aDd been collected by him '
\ 1, can just part of Christ Himself. PI.ANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FDRNISHRD APPLICATION .

t "' ;4 two-cent stamp ,for further particular before leaving. 25, 18. Then departed Barnabas .to Tarsus WEST PALM' '''BEACH, FLORIDA
I and ask your local"newspaper editor if he The St. George Hotel was secured! for to seek Saul. G. A. KUNZEContractor l-H-tf .

.1 :'' feels enough-interest in the work tot front loss 'as Biggs was under bond and He found him and brought him to l
'
\\1 <''.' place the matter before his readers. he loss falls on the Fidelity and Deposit Antioch and for a whole ;year they and Builder ,

<< S 4 The best way to develop the State ol Co., of Baltimore abode there' and taught much people. Lumber and Building Material '
Specifications on Application .
After Barnabas bad the
persuaded
J j i R! ",:' Florida is to assist to organize a plan to ; '
} '' move hardworking honest people to the That Primary Rule. apostles that Saul was really a dlgcU P.,O. Box 254 WEST PALM BEACH '

t State. Such would be the crowning acl The Democratic State Executive Committee pie the he preached name of BO theLord boldly: "at Jesus JerusalemIn that 3atHmBlacksmithing" ., Everything in the Building: Line ..

to the thousands of dollars that have of Florida has laid down rules for
r'# ., the Grecians went about to slay him.
;( been spent in glowing; advertising mat the government of the primary election Then the brethren sent him to CsDsa- irst Class Lime Sash Nails '
Builders Hardware
.>fl\', ter. Yours truly, to be held in that State.'andone: of those rca and to Tarsus (lx< 20-31)), and there < cement Doors Paints i
: 1,. R.; BENJAMIN. he had evidently continued until
': rules Is that none but Democrats can now,
JI \, tft ?, '"'4\\' Hanoverton 0...April\ 15 l<}O2. vote (In that primary. .In reply to some f and we can have no doubt but that he House Orders a SpecialtyQEO. p y {. Turned Work and Mill Kinds a

complaints from- those who evidently proved a faithful' witness? In his own Work of all
wanted a wide open race the Jacksonville city and to his own people. It la ro-
ri! SEABOARD AIR LINE Times. Union and Citizen Inquires : freshing to see" Barna&as' and Saul to can always'be- .: F; :PADDISON, Eau Gallie, Fla.
GRANDE "What other rules could have been gether again and to find them teaching Obtained at the 1-lflTtf
TO REACH BOCA prescribed! None other we claim new shop of ,
t f the people at Antioch for a whole year
and the same rule applies to Alabama.- much Is often .' "" ,
Very accomplished In a :$3: j
:: Will Cross the Manatee River at Palmetto Montgomery Advertiser week' or even a few days of I3lblel JAMES MILLER ,

tw and Extend Southward to,the Gulf To which the Pen acola Journal says : study but how great things must havebeen .
I',,;; Coast It is Claimed.vThe If this rule was to apply back as far accomplished In that year of Clematis'. TO ALL INTERESTED .
of Avenue West of Railway,;
the
: 8 as! 1896.< some Democrats in both these .
teaching by two Spirit filled men
i iy; t Florida and Alabama would be in a .
-- TJ3E-:
at Antioch! 'The church today sorely
/," Seaboard Air Line's extension, mighty peculiar position just now. It
II originally planned to terminate at Pal goes back for only two years, 'however, needs simple.Bible teaching, that the. Iron andRepair .
Bud all who in then people.may learn to eat tbe word of
were tileparty can ConsirncliBn
nietto will In all probability,he extend Pepsnlar Electric .
exercise their'right at the primariesnow. God. Work. '
the Manatee river and built ,
ded
across 17. 13. And In these days came .prophet :
'southward to Boca Grande. It is a good rule and those whom it .from Jerusalem unto Antioch. i. A Specialty "

'' % Well informed railroad men said yes hits had better qualify-and subside, rein Their message was not a. cheerful. _. COMPANY
,' that the continuation of the new state themselves by voting the Demo fop' tidings' a coming famine -- '
terday cratic ticket at the "general election and ones IS NOW open to the patronage of the public of West ;
branch had been practically determined thereby qualify themselves for the primary are anything! but cheerful, yet It Is welt Geo., S. Hacker &:.Son 'Palm ,JJeaoh and Ticlij.ity.Electric ( '
to be forewarned. It have learned ,
upon. Instead of stopping on this side privileges two years hence." you .
4 some helpful lessons front the famine'! Construction of All Kinds. '
of the Manatee the road will cross them .
i
it -- stories Iq connection with Abram
r1f Manatee and be built southward to the ,, Annum torn. Call lielle, Burglar and Fir*Alarm System a Specialty.
+; QUARANTINE HAS Isaac, Joseph, Ellruclech! and the others ALI.'wORK .
'
@ gulf.A you will not 'Jack for profitable UVAUAMTEKD ;4
:' committee of three from Braiden- BEEN POSTPONEDState meditation these It Is Offices .
upon verses In Jefferson Block, 10-18-tf h hr
r' town, Messrs. II. W. Fuller, W. B. blessed to so trust In the Lord and

Id Coarsey and A. T.Cornwell arrived last Health Officer, Dr.. J. Y. Porter, bave our' hope In Him. that we shall'' P. O. 39.&.. West Palm Beach, Fla. u

i' night on the Manatee and left for Jack. Says Veaieli and People Can Visit be as trees planted by the waters,
sonville to consult with Captain D. E. spreading out our roots by .tho' river.
Cuba for a Month Longer.An .
9' Maxwell, superintendent in regard to with loaves Always green, not seeing .
toad's into Braidentown. when heat cometh and not careful lu
the
A entry order has been labued by the Marine tho :year of drought nor ceasing from .
# The people of Braidentown offer lo BOND & BOND
: Hospital Service: through Dr. J. Y. yielding fruit (Jer. xyli, 1, 8)). : COMPANY
and build
of to
furnish a
l aright way Porter of Key West State Health Offl- 19, SO. Tfen'the dlsalples, every man according MANUFACTURERS OP ,
j depot provided the road will build cer, to postpone the close season quarantine ; to his ability, determined to send Doors Sash -((1NUOUPOUATED.)
through that place. relief unto brethren which dwelt In 1 1F
against Cuba until June 1st. Judaea, which also they did and sent It t. / MANUFACTURERSOPLUMBER. :
The committee will meet Captain Max. the elder bands Blinds MouldingsAND
This quarantine was usually effective by the of Barnabas and ,
'. well today, and will lay before him tbe BauU ...; '
April fat but it -
until
was -f
t f offer of their town. postponed Pant. afterward taught thus: "If we '
t' F
May 1st, and. now until June isL This Building Material .1 LATH AND SHINGLES
By May loth the extension will be Is because there Is from bave sown onto you spiritual things!: is '
no danger yellow
''v; completed Palmetto and the citizens It a great tbln'g' we shall reap ;your CHARLESTON S.. C. ,
fever yet existing: In Cuba. In fact this carnal things?" (I Cor, 13:, 11.)) See .. .
of will be treated to excursion Flooring and
d e Tampa an the much-dreaded Bummer disease which Clad his plain and helpful teaching on' 1C. Largest ..Facto'ry'So tb., Siding Ceiling o. Brick Lime and Cement.

', :' In honor of the opening of line.- found its origin In Cuba has virtually the privilege of giving ns II Cor. vllt / Send for Priced. ---1N '
: STOCK= ,,
Tribune.
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1P Tampa ... been wiped out within three years by the and,Lx.concerning A willing mind, anda -

f! r. 91, Sol Smith Russell Uie famous actor there vigorous by the health United measures States put governmentafter In practice of cheerful God to us giver in Christ because and'of His the making grace I OFFICE AND 'YARDS 31.1902

; died In Washington last Monday aged the troops of this government took ill grace abound toward us. DonbtlemtBoine WOOD WOOD! ON F. E. C* RYe .
'4'i:, 54 years. He was a great personal friend teaching on tbe same lines had
of Joacph Jefferson, Stuart Robson Nat possession there. There is no fear now been given during/ this year at Antloch. ---- Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. '

;t Goodwin and William II. Carey. lIe i from that section and people and vessel and now tbe fruit Is manlte'jt, -On Stove Wood :,
,
i can! come and with and ..
was considered one of the wealthiest go impunity this occasion they 'give' for.tUo body, ". ..
without. risk. but In chapter xlll 'we shall them Dellfered' Town.
see Any Part of '
,
in America the tutat value. of his
d actors That fear which once overspread the riving missionaries to I go forth wltb LAKE WORTH BOAT WO-RKS t
'
f 2 oooooo.
real estate being over
Gulf States at the beginning of summer the living bread for tbe. soul. Many1; ,
.. -- has vanished and the government health who would like to give when there 1a Leave orders at Wood. ,.Yard on Clei A. T. HOSE 'I roprietor. I\' it

r A tornado passed over Glen, rose, Somcrville authorities are so confident that there is a real need and their hearts are touch or malls address Avenue 'near the railroad track t:Launches", Yaohte, Salt and Fish Boats, Row Boat. and DID )1.;' ,1
( no fatal disease In ed and willing are often troubled becausa > Built to :Or1er, b Y s ,
covlntT Texa, on Monday even.i : the island that they Overbauled Repaired or hauled /
i have not the OQ.
they money to give.
'lug killing seven persona Injuring forty I .now assume the risk of open ports for.nothel' They will uo4 comfort #n'II' Cor,/Till, J T. SNELL, Boat Yard at hDgonla. "''M

wore and demolishing much propetty. month. 12 Rltb I PAOPn1gToff. e.9 tt I :itM8'M P. 'u
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,4 TIDINGS OF ouooao: takes another course. The demand V Position QoholtolttoKoKoetoetoelokoltceto.tok71to1totloltokoltoUolt o lrai/ot1o0 ':

rr' : tb\ll\! laboring class la less and less fog aijincrenae The Oilrfndo Sentlinil-Reporter gags f It "W-
i w THE COUNTY SOCIALISM[ INEVIT>; BIIE. of wages, which it cannot get, "Tue ponltibii taken' by bur Tep 'cSeutatlye "
: } lion':' W. L,. Palmer, Iu regard to
.... or against _a reduction which it
: Br LUCIFJ'1! BANIAL.: 5 prevent, but mare cud more for alt ,fie law, we think Is '
correct Tim
. J 1' 17 Paragraphs of Interest From Different county. .. }-.
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OOOOOetPutlttahN4' rights as wealth producer. The ground committee should have1 control( of therfountv f

: Sections, of Dade, by of battle ia 1 shifted front the]economic primaries, and lie'action. should l
.. .j I FftMILY i:
GR06ERIES
[ lIn 'l.eHt.l ', be filial. 'I.>
class fe :
Our i orirespondents.LARItfNs' field where that impotent, to Tbe X
position taken
, by the gentleman
, Socialism Is not a It ia a fly 'be i o 4I
theory. the political fluid whrre it Can: From Orange may have_ been correct but -
LOCALS. ing: force, evolved by.) the! class:; struggle sovereign" The' issue, there, Is direct he fails') to so impress the committee at Products ;
from the development of economic con between capitalism; and Socialism(-* lackuouville'' '. **he also did"about abol I Fancy Food r

.','Another week fans coma and gone, and dltI6ns, And irresistibly l increasing'with "Shall tbe trusts own the ,people! or shins Tallahassee the primaries two years! hence.- o., t,

, the tomato crop ball been going out tegUtar that development! says the author I in the nhairthe people hi their corporate capacity ,Capital..... Grain .. 0

""j",\, ,\ y, but the!: end of the season la near New York'Journal. own the means of production? .. Famous IIor ehl
\d I ,, t,hand. Some'' local 'tomato> glow rt" Philosophers may philosophize, poet And upon this single plain issue, --- tee2B ..'"'' o o
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:wbo came I jn j just to raise a .crop, 'speak may poetize, theologian. may auotbeuiatfase identical, throughout the civilized:world, ft/ Launch. perfect order; also: H.P.Pierce ; JEFFERSON BLOCK. .o '

, Of leaving soon, but,expect to return In / but for the very reason thai Socialism/ ia marching with. giant', engine)' for sate; half''price. .o' o :;

time /or next season. From, this it capitalists capitalize' soc l\lIsrn' will .strides to the conquest of the public Agent for the Gray Marine and'Station ., Ito
Palm Beach Florida.
:would appear that they wish to try italn. /sociall/e.. powers. Who can:"slop It? In Germany ary Gas Engines W. P. UNDBKWOOD West .. tto

',,, ItJ' to be hoped the time will Nor rbe. philosophers, the poets i It tan over BiauiarV, whose iron hand Roseland;'Pta; l-3r-tf.. o 11909 w

to7toSgpigo7go7qo7qolqoAoiqoito3eotup>to5go7to.oigoilo7aoleoito5to9golto

,become "permanent resident or this threatened by Socialism with the low Prance, since 1893, It brake' down,a : -
a ,.. State mill,thus; help utl.lo build and improve of their "individuality," I if they have president and three! cabinets. In,.Belgium PROFESSIONAL .'CARDS. .

; thlq particular! Mctlq\! of Florida. .any. True, the thing thus, named mat I it; Is already.backed by a majorityof CITY MEAT MARKET:

The announcement waa hailed ,with then be! so,defined and !undeiatood, that the v.oters, and'will soon have a.ma. C,r.XBII.I.INOWOBTU, .OBO.!q,IUUHIK. .

p'l'lH8ureat'tlIrklnsthltMr' A.,A.Bog&sJU .it will nff longer be possible for Jogo> I Jrity of the,voles. notwithstanding the C1IIILINOVVOHT1J& CU1C1UKUnOKNEYS Florida' and Western' Meats\ jonlliy: Game and Eggs. '

niaclmta to connect It genetically with "plural suffage feature of the coustitu- '
declared himself for Orders ; Attention.
: a candidate COUtlSEUOfl3 Mall Receive, Careful
flNO 4
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Dade Individualism.. ." The standard of it dolt, which gives two, three and even ,"
M. County's next
representatlye. The
; In educated community even In Vest Palm .. :1'ln. Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH.
people here wish Mr boggs the success un may ((four votes to men pf property. Austria ) heads "t'I9 ,
be raised sb' that not a few of those gained fran. la-ai
"I9 ..f.-a clean sweep at the'. primary think high as in Belgium, it the
'' 1 lug that there is not a more suitable man who t to 5 lay shine( t as stars ID the Intellect ,;jhise: for the worklngmen; In Amer. BH5TCAI.F o
Y ual firmament will hare Co do a little is of most weI. ,,
fur? the honor in this county He Is well : tea, where its activity recent $2.00 WILL PAY FOR -
of the! right kind or n /its la .
thinking
and favorably known, and will be en- more :datethe rate of progress even more ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
little less talking of'tbe, foolish sort. rapatd than in otherp ouutry. Since .
itorsed auy NOTARY PUBLIC The'
lIa being a fair square} honebt Jacksonville, Daily MetropolisFrom
Of Socialism wilt an rod'! entered the national I
course put 1892, when it first Will
tnari: :, and one who will certainly do what practice County,,state and federal ,
that kind of individuality which has than Courw /
to quarfrhpled.
,Is right, With Mr. Boggs at one wheel, field; Us vote more ,now until DECEMBER 1, 1002, covering the entire
consists' of monopolizing) : the meang'ofproductiou. I LAND CASKS A 8PECIAI.TY,
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and l,,Messrs, Burr and Baker at the other E
; scope o( the Political Campaigns! of the year. Address ;
tbe people of this section will surely get : liy: this very act) purely Viewed as an International factor; OiOceln TROPICAL Satf Block,

i aome'relief economic In: (Its character,.but pregnant Socialism Is the only force today: that West o Palm Beach. Diets County; ; VlorldsM. CARTER & RUSSELL VliltLlSllING CO., Jacksonville' ,,Fla. /

''t with such ethical consequences of th\ ji-eservea. the peace of Europe, and it .
hire: James Tysen has. been very 111 highest ''Import, it wilt immensely! .nay soon be the onfy force capable of: SAUNDE1LSJr., Y

nllTtbU week, but her friends. hope not broaden; the field of all true kinds Ofndividuality. preventing a. stupendous war between : .' L..iW; Vt' DIMICIC &; mEoiUJ, : '

a 4) dangerously. Such ethical results. an .he British and American "empires" for A7'2'OllNEf AZ' I Proprlhtora: Don't Forget. ;

,; Mr.. J. A.; ''Wood, from the North, 'ts a already flowing/ from the mere progress Absolute control of the.markets of the' Corner Olive and Datura Streets : ,

guest, of Mr. and the Misses Jones. He of Socialist sentiment, and Ihis phenonenon world. I' M-6-I w$9rPAL.,'Id BEACH, FLORIDA Palm /

pas been. ,staying here! for several days, of powerful Individualities\ Aye, Socialism la coming, and no one, ,. That we have, at all times, '

r reae The'young people of this community brought forth and strengthened b>' needs to fear it who, understanding it, : ': LEWIS: Beach a choice line of
A
1 jojeil a very pleasant birthday party modern Socialism; may be observed all truly longs lor peace and freedom. i '' $

t Mr, Coates last Saturday,evening, it over Europe.To _---r.i00000000000b.. I Af10RNEY-AT-LAW DrugStore FLORIDAANDWESTERNI
ling: In honor of Miss Edith Coates.I refuse to see the Inevitable- to / and NOTARY PUBLIC.. \
i U 0C Agent the U. S.Fidelity ----I- .-' fight it away when it is seen coining } Ou.r.nty'
Md.
1 T NOTES! -FROMDEIHAV.Tpjiatocs not the act of sensible men. Socialism, ;} CHURCH! NOTICES ::1 ')Inca\ at corner'of''CleiuatU' Avenue and.' Nar-: .- : I EATS
ewe I ;Is inevitable and It is coming. > ,,, I 'elaous HtnwC.over Btrobni' .niru, ryrlyo5 .
.1 ; are moving freely and! are say DOCHethodlst ,WentFaltuiteicb.Vr. .
I Every! step that thee capltall are' ol -DJULE1l81N"- Live and Dressed Tur-
''nil,sold before they leave here. Con.igumenu : Church. 1 .
driven to take is of necessity '
: '('I are light. i. necessity .!, 1'. BHANNINQ, Chicken Butter ,;
wm"be.as keys
also hastening its advent. Services on Sunday followerHorning : 11. ,
Work Montgomery St.:Co.'s picking service at Ii O'c1ock.t:! this Drugs Toilet Articles '
The law of capitalistic: ,, development is ':'Attorney and Covnsellor-ttt-Law Cheese, Eggs, Etc.
'
rt house la pr9jr slng'ropidl", aunt many .today aft, well known an the law ol : service the new members will be reeived ; ,

e'' men'' are employed on. the ,building.! .,,. It 'gravitation. Step by step competition : I and theI I Sacrament:! will be ad. (Once\ o'er! ;hank,), Fine Stationery anaDruggfss
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will be completed in time for the pine eada to concentration. With the progress nlulstered.Eveoiog. 3-161902 WEST PALM BEACH, :FLA;: ,Prompt Attention to Mail Orders

crop, Mr Montgomery !has purchased! : of Invention, with the gradual service aa usual at 7:30: 'I :1 '" Sundries. .
a considerable acreage of fruit and Is still inttnachlnes o'clock ', .
transformation of the simple tool B. :AND HEWS, '
buying. more and more powerful ant Sunday School meets at 9'45: a. m. '; JAIIiLb I Prescriptions Carefully Compounded 'Faber Bro's. MarketWest

The party given at the Delay PacVlnji; costly, the independent artisan \ie first Rev. C. Fred Blackburn,Pastor.Congregational ; : ATTORNEY. -A1-LAW, Kant!: Coast UiidiueBS Solicited./

social financial small firm tbe small .. -.5_ NOTARY PUBLIC, WEST PALM IttiAKtl.
Co.;:: house, waa a } and supplanted by the ; Palm Beach.

success, West Palm Beach, Lantana, drui ia then superseded by the corpora : l Church. Prosapnting Attorney,of Drevard Co.

t lloynton Hypoluxo and Pompano. were Hon and the corporation by the'' trust. Services at the West Palm Beach' Con- FT FlBKCK AND TlTUSVItLE, PLA.yaS.lyr. D. M.: GEAURIDEAU M-igoi

represented.: ; Evidence Is not ,wanting that by thi relational Church at If a. nu and 7:30a. ; j

f The' town people are waiting verj same law the trusts of each Jndustn' m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev, S: .. ,, P PALMS SHAVING PARLOR: AGENCY

t,, anxiously'for Commissioner Lalli bar, to must someday, be absorbed by a trusiit D. Paiue. J GEO. M.. ROIIBINS. ,. .'Ifllt-t'ln.. Tonaorla work by the

.,b order jibe rock; for the loeallitreet" The trusts, or king trust. And'M government Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p, m. :1 Attorney" and 'Counall/or--Law. HOP told UNDER Itellu'jlu HOTEL" PALMS. CONTINENTAL
!
and loads at given time and in all) Sunday-school at 10 a. nu ;
'dry weather\ !heavy have any Wont FBin Beaob. 11'1... I
e resulted In'cutting up the roads .badly. given country, is 4 mere agency for fit; Prayer and song service Wednesday, Will,practice! In_Slat.*.. Federal. .!:! Court, .

vA tlie sand.In: : somevplaces"allowing, \ th% orcible maintenance and full develop at 7:15: p. m. TITUSVIXLB, FI.A.tlflyr NOTICE.As 'COMPANYOf

J ..:- wheels to sink to the hubs. If the com meat of the economic system ptevailiufr All are cordially.invited.. :... husband, 'P. O. S pro til], PLANT
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tniasionera had to haul out one single at the\ time and Iu that country Kink '
1SATOV, M. D.. has left my bed and board, 1 wain
",} N load,they would soon,. have the stone trust wilt) say, like the Grand Monarch'jetat : A New. Industry.West LeDr: '_ ill person trusting him, aa/ I pay Kittrell, 'N. C. .
h delivered.Mrs. "' c'est: moi." (I am the State.) Palm Beach Ia .to have a new and HOMGOPATHIST.WElJt 10 debts' contracted by him.

Y Let t us suppose-.as we may safely( dc important industry. A few days ago
; .
3 Bancroft: ,spent, Wednesday withy PALM DEA FLORIDA. 21 CHARLOTTE T. SPROUL.
; fIk h 'friend at West Palm Beach.. -Il1at} this last stage is reached. A condition virs. Jennie S. Dickerson and son Frank) lleelneeopposite. Methodist Church OfflcvClerabtla STRAWBERRY PLANTS!
/ of affairs/ Is established that Uelden,'came here ftom St. Augustine Avenue next llOBoniu TcmplaOlflcf Cabbage! Tomato and Celery Plant
ddt H. Burton made a trip to Pompano (boon H to I) ...m., 2 to 4 and T to 8 p.m. ; 1
putfrht}l be! termed, "capitalistic Social. purchased a properly at the corner ol Sunday a to 4 |>.m. NOTIQEtots'
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V cm,:Tuesday! ,on .business. Attention OKon to Diseases olWoiimn % CARNATION PINKS
asm" productive of the highest possible third Avenue and Polnsetta Street, in Special A 1'I
Specialty.
William ,CreRO, of Flint. .Mcl| ., has despotism, ,opposition 'genuine the new railway addition, to the town, and Children. '

had one and a half acres cleared",'which Socialism productive( of the highest and have made arrangements to erect HOOD, 31. D, For Sale' We handle O. L.ROM faber.B and Glen Flowering St. Mary. Hn.P'snla for t' "

wfll( be in fine condition for ,the getting possible freedom). \he whole engiperj thereon a large' green' house. Por two HO. t' S A dusts of your patronage eoliLlted.

of pines next fall. or production and distribution Is joints years past they,supplied the flowers for PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON on north side of MAIL ORDERS rROMPTLV.FILLED ,.

Capt. C..T.'Drown manager of the owned by capitalists in proportion U the Ponce: De Leon at St. Augustine, ')mo."over. Btrohm's atom,. WfeST 1'ALllUKAClf. .... Address FRANK lOfK,. '"Tllltf t
1 Co. Is fast baying a left the amount of unpaid labor crystallizedInto ind it is their intention to have plants Street be- '
Valley Fruit ,. ; .. Bestdcnoe near Hoyal; :pola. Banyan P, O Box; 144. West Palm Beach LCIs, tl ,'
litt acre plot cleared which will be set out in wealth which they have re pec't.rTely ready for the next season for use at the .
!-
clans Hotel. PALM BEACH >
oranges !and pine.* been able to appropriate.during Royal Poinciana and other Palm Beach tween Lake Worth

Dr..Hood, ot West Palm Beach: was the previous. ; period, of "capitalistic Hold g, r> B. POTTER M. D., and Railroad. Manilla House

in town Monday 6u professional 1 bus anarchy'! ,
All conflict between inesa. ,,28,98VEST PALM BEACH.: FLA.C ;
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.f _e --- The middle class, from which the Everybody's Column. before 12 months MRS. TIFFANY SPROUL Prop

BOYNTON BREEZES.! plutocracy emerged, has been annlbi P. PJLATTS 1\1.D., ir..-..
lated by its own offspring.. On one 'side: after date.WALLACE .
Two thousand! crates of tomatoes will Clean Rooms '
stands tbe capitalist claw, mighty In FOR SALE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. f
be shipped out of here Saturday.Business +
-. wealth, small in numbers, on the other Telegrams delivered all bourn of the.day R.,, MOSES, And Cood 1 :
now. is, rushing.. ,The tnerctlants side dace OR SALE.-One large Bay Horse, 7 :1
the great wage-earning and blebs Agent F. E. C. R'y Laud Dep't.11NOTICE. .
L old Serviceable! and sound.
restaurants :
having
hotels and are years
: mighty in number, economically im tpP v to J. C. Lauther, West'Paltn ia-29-rqo'" Font PiEn.cu.: Fla. Wholesome Food. ?<
many customers Beach, Pla. aiS 4tpWO '
potent. .......... .... I4OLtQIITON
sold of ; ..- DU Per
Hardee & Cromen a car joo Not tine manual worker alone, but the Rates $5 oo Week

crates Wednesday. Boynton & Parker, "maa of brain"-from tbe technical 'diJor HORSES, ages seven and' five ,;> -DENTOS"HOLLAND 1'0'whom It may concern: Tabla
-- JL Either guaranteed. One notice,th tm Board $-450; per Week
years. I The auderalKnad hereby give \
haRe= Brothers and W.H. Gutbrieload. c t to the inventor-U a stipendiary, ..'
re UOiK
trap and one surrey. Also two draywagons. i PHONE 1 the aurd day of May she will, by petition
p ed cars Thursday. w1 e-value-producing- labor power i I. / Wilt sell together or separate. a* ','> : '.wEST'PAUt BKACH.r ipplr to the Hon. Minor iii. Jo"..,.' Judge ol Near Corner PoinsetU and Banyan
l The dredge $uwanee l3"9w deepening arbitrarily determined by King Trust, ly. Address P. O. Box',341,1- West Palm ,Jlrcult Court, of the 7th Judicial Circuit ol Stre..la :
is deach, or Inquire at this office. *. DANIEL, 'Iorllia.at Tltimvllle. or where ever he maybe
the,mouth of the cnnal to twelve feet of and whOse onlystimulus to activity .
LA. found,for a lkun e to inanoKS,take charm WEST PAIJVH BEACH FLA.
will, the canal to nisi: tbe whip of want. FOR RENT. '
waler.kThIa open DENTIST .>f and control her property, cud to. become u-i-tr
C4>'ne Bay, making a navigable inland But long before this stage Is reached 'I free dealer In every. rtmpect.CHARLorTK. -
a in its with 'O LET-CotAGE.of.five roouia i COCOA INDIAN BIVBR.FLOKIUA.l.M-W T. 8PKOCTL..
water course to Miami.! capltalUm appears true light, [

? Mr.Jack, Garnett, a Palm Beach electrician all Its baleful "tendencies:! and inherent heap.also Near two and ocean one, at.room.Palm, Beach.Rents GUY I, METCALF, 4-t. VOSS HOUSEThe

is here,. assisting: in getting up contradictions.Thq r.. P, Stevens it NOTICE.
I of tomatoes func'llon! of,the capitalist in society NOTARY,PUBLIC most reasonable HoardingHouse .
? one of the largest crops RENT-May ist.suite 5 cool room til the Circuit tourt, Seventh. in West PalmBoar'd U... ('b, +
foruierl* implying In, the public PQ 5 ,
He is putting, In, Jive wire .movement! i of bath .For.the State of Florida at Largf.Deed J mill In I clrrulti.! In Chancery.
direction completely.furnished; use Da..l'"ulltJl.or. a.fohu ) .
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mind of certain
work
i about the large packing house. 16 room; large veranda. Box 47, .C.WR !.Mortgage. *. LMK. and Contracts Conner; > and "tytew: .
qualities of thrift and foresight socially Urahed.CoaveyCucing v.. J In Divorce;
'rhe'Boynton Public'school closes to- a Hpeclfllty. Eva Conner.' ) Evornlit Street)Just; East of Ticket. OBlen.MRS. .
? The teacher Mr. Prevatt,. has i beneficial, is now seen to be the clip. HAVE TWO elegant+k. View All Work Ounranteed 1 I.eaall.::; Correct. I'o Eva Conner, Greeting E. a voss, Pro,,. 1
lsy, ping 'of the waste of wealth Cottages for rent fot'trxt;,; season, 'OlOoe In 1'110.0& HUH Blocky.stPalm : ot W. I.
conducted and satisfactoryterm. coupons B..Bch. D..li> coun ... Florida It appearing from the allldavtt ,
a successful : r and the corruption of government.; Ilia"Having one for6oo and one for$700; completely tfotealf. ,Solicitor for the Cuinplnlnant, lu the.
of' furnished. Possession given November I. MOSES "',bore entitled. cause", that a non
,: his "Industry, his "wages ALLACE,1I.. :you ale Parlor
The Boyuton Mutual; Packer_ andhlppera' still Also one furnished Cottage, 7 room., W ,jmldent of the State ol Florida and that monrOC"DOrRBY-S SliaviDs[: ,
,Assentation's new packing tentis superintendence when they, are l ; trotted\ ; out by his Manchcstcrian mouthpieces Tropical 'Real Estate Exchange, Weal and .1iI1.....''. New York City, fettttu ol Baoynn Nt.. near Olive.
a scene of activity now.. The contractors W.; UMetealf, Wgr. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Cooper' OldlStaud(
413oatf
are looked upon by sensible persons Sew York, that.you are over the age ol
Janes Bros., are keeping about a*metaphorical travesties, alt tbeauperlo.'tendeDce" r.- Axentlnr Went Palm Bench.. Town Lot, alt"' ) owenty-one year ot j.>ge and 1 thAt there 1.! nome .hERVICE and '

twenty men on the packing force. all the exertion and : MISCELLANEOUS. Welt' Palm NOTAltY. Bench JlUBLI water(Work.).. In that. 8tat'upon whom. legal lervlueau ft-14 tf PROMPT ATTENTION
.._.0-- ClemntU Avenue,near Olive Street ; b. made In your behalf" If I* thereforeordered
Rules Rigid Bat Right all the saving being: done by other men. \LL ADVERTISING ..and J Job ac. t-ai-Xttlll. W..I'.IID Ilewb. Florida that you d..apprai'to thin lilli of onat- ,
rigid roles of the State And while. it remains true or becomes 1 counts due theTaPICAf.SuNPUB. :dales filed In tlito cause, orf or boforif. till1

Executive Under the Committee a person has lobe everyday truer, th under ouir present Co lie,payable up to and to Including Air. Guy Metcalf.March 34'All, 1901 subscription \ T' J>, J/ tOWN. 711th! day ot May*. A. D, 1IIO2, the enme "being W. H ARTSON,
to be eligible .vital. ruloii day;
Democrat
7 thorough: bred economic arrangements; no one can to tLe
accounts are payable
eARCHITfOT'AND BUILDER. prilured that this ordir be
held Is
W be Julyislh. It further
the primaries '
vote et his
tft without
,,HainW go to the poles as. a work and save'' fur a capitalist new management. Plane and.JMMlft atloo.prepared.. utrhllahud"once:: a week for four con.ecne TAILORINC-
lieiuoeral who voted for every nominee permission, It becomes also every day NURSES.TIfAINED.NURSES Jobbing: work 1ft v..prompt attention at 'I"( k.prior to laid Bth day of May A. *
...tbe party. from top to bottom At the plainer that the capitalist has no more TRAINED, Sbop oa Datura St..... ,0, iffoi In'.TUB TftoMc'At. BUM a ne"'. In All Its Brandts!!
election two years ago.-DeLan'1 part.iu the creation of capital titan .the can he obtained paper publUhvd. In Dade County end State "

Record. -_ potato bug li the raising of a crop of addressed to I G onQ .. O. UUTL.KU. if HortJa _-J '
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T. Orlando, Ordered this ad day otAprlt A. D. 1002.C.O : ..
and ,
Church Home Hospital '
visited by a potatoes. CIVIL ENGINEER PRESSING CLEANING '
DlrmlnghanV. AI la., was ; Florida. Terms IIfg"perweek. :a-aitf DEAnCOHS ..
terrific raf\\\ >\and\ ,windstorm Tuesdayand 111 a ward, s.onie of the people beads have sad DEPUTY COUNTY( SURVEYOR AND '''ork' nt the Ctrcntt Court or Dade County. DYEING AND REfiflf'8! '
their --r .
Jrt'ou. >e portions of the city ther was .a ceased standing on ... fOR DADE COUNTY. Florida.
.heavy Jail of hailstones, Much\ : damage seeing l thing Inverted, And fro A Hint EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES, '6.00 and Loci! Aa.ntfnrlheLand D p rtm..ut of th. W.I.HETCALF, Olive St. w.I ..... '
resulted. tnontentthe, class: struggle! gradually $7.00.-fiuest made-at ANTHONY'S C'. B.c. RV- POMPANO F6A.. "I-I_ Solicitor for the Complainant. Shop on i k

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4 VBB JaOP10.U.JON.: / WJBSST PALM BEACH FLOSUDA,, FBIDAlVJtfAY; S, 1902.
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ion. He stated that the question was dcrs and C. C. CbilliugworlU\ and Mr. A'EXP'
j', '""tli HARD AGROUND one to which hU attention bad not pre, McDonald, and the rckult Was, M U.e _1.i_
"'" ,, vtouuly been called. We thought; I It chnirtnan remarked, that no flinch: Ugh, ii
ON THE ROCKS would be the duty of the County Exccu had been shed on the primary law that
live Committee to be governed by the all present should be thoroughly posted l.It Charges A U''fUIPrl..nt U
The County Democratic Executive order of II he StateCouimittee| as{far a* was finally decided pot to Jake any PAID on all, send us in Your Mail Orders ,
'
vayr ) \ I: Committee Questions AuthorIty possible. He did not think that the action Immediately, but to corunjunlcate" ,: J '$ Cash Purchasesamouuttng: ... ... .r .,. ... .,. ? ,,,"""",',, ,. Gv'lI'w{ all ttj ) '
? ,\\\\8\ naming of July istlija: tlie'.date for the with.the chairmen of the county cxecn tf1 ,nfJ1. -
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I"" Committee. tQ $G 0 a IIl 1 li )turehact +
,: \ of State primaries was Intended,to apply to any 'committees, and be guided;',by''the and over, exceptIng *' i 1
\ but this present year- In all probability course: they might follow.' The meeting on FURCHGOTT'S nrtrnent ajnogNtisgLoSOO; $ '-
t y ls 1".1"" The Democratic Executive: Committee If it was discovered that a mistake had adjourned subject to the Call.of: '; the 'vtj t orQ $10.0(), '' $25.00: I -
of Dade County, met lu session at been made, that mistake would be chairman. ri 1: Catpots'and $5U 00, |75.00 and ,
eleven o'clock yesterday morning, in promptly rectified. He thought it tar .-,- t % Domestics JACKSONVILLE', FLA. lloo.ou.<
T1i""!' the public library hall. There were l better to try to carry out the order of the The Situation Exactly. .' 3 u i '
.
Vresent-Cbalrman, J. A. McDonald, ,State Executive Committee for this The Cocoa-:RockIedge. News ,>..zea,npthe > '. ,
George W. Potter Noah Jones 1.1- election, than to evade the evident \ i WE'WYSH: TQ ; 'bur'' '
maJly'f ien4s
I V. present political l situation In this State accurately : .; SliATIiJ.to >: and patrons (
Sundy, Geo. 0.; Butler, Graham $ will of' the Democratlo'party, as when It fays: h ,. I IF
'n" I' Burtashaw King E. T. King and ,M.B. H.B. Kirkman Lyniaa., J.The A. given Committee.expression to by the chief Executive "The action of the State ,tjjtccutlve !' ;? we are now? prepared) to take care bf pitr mail,. orders.We: J t'

I\ ". absentees were Gordon W. Parka, of .Chatrmim McDonald stated 'that the : Committee plan of nominating In adopting State the and'countyofficers rrlmary, '! are better eo.uippqd' than _ever,,devoting part of our secondfloor .< ,
Jr.. Filer of Lemon ,
: St. Lucie, and W. State Committee\ had left the matter 01( meets with the approval of the '
: :, City. The office of the latter, aa Secretary bolding the primaries optional with,the people because the primary laYDenio i -to f1-
(yi was filled by Geo.W. Pptter. County Executive Committee. Personally cratic.! / ; ,
The Chairman In calling the meeting he was willing to go as far as be The opponents of the primary" gravely % '
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k'' t to order, made the announcement could In following out th'eL rules laid assert that .adoption'' fa an, innovation OUR'Mftlt RDSR'S "
that the convention had been called to down by the State Executive Committee, from .' 4
departure precedent Sand '
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make provision for the coming primaries. bnt he would not violate the State law. ,may presage the waol g'of Democratic rbh 1l
to the absence: of the the m'stake' bad been made by the
;7"' Owing to As '
c Secretary, the minutes were, not avail. State Executive Committee, anti not by supremacy It may be, etc.that the professional politicians We are now in our new quarters, occupping ft,-four story :

able. The best way to bring the matter ;he County Executive Committee, he did are so hard hit at the failure of the brick building, and equipped with latest 'r \
1 before the Committee, be. thought, was, not propose to suffer,but only to be governed convention system 'that tb'elrcry of woe th.e ery '
t to read the call for the primaries, the by the State law and no other. has attracted more attention than! .it de I. ._ :'
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rules governing them, alto the laws in addressing the
Senator Dimick, serves. Like Othello the politician
enacted, by the Legislature. All this wa: meeting, stated that' when the bill came without A convention to manipulate, Imported and Domestic. GoodsP !
read by the acting secretary. On con before the legislature, it was the laugh finds) his occupation gone. He has had I. :1 \
cluslon: of the reading, the chairman ing stock of not only the members of his day; he has pulled the wires; be bas :
tuggested.that as capable legal gentle the Senate but also of Legislature, md himself, 0, SO reluctantly, put Into for ;
:'i men were present, they should be heard and was considered( unconstitutional. political harries; he bas long stood, at ATr&rde _..,
",_ and a comparison made in the rules and He ad vised the executive' committee to the public crib; be baa said so often ; ., . -. '
t ti' regulations and the laws of' the State for follow the rules as closely! as possible, "the tot 55S
,; that he was right man the dlUg Your Orders, Kindly Mention This PaperWrite
"',> the purpose of ascertaining where the even if it was, out of 'the question to place" that he baa begun to believe;;; on7.
Y'\ ,,; two came in conflict carry out the registration rules. The he has so long assumed leadership that I
't'\\,:, Chairman McDonald first called on senator repeated several times that lie It goes bard with him to get down gently) for of All Marl Orders
:Mr. Chillingworth, who at the outset Nas not certain whether he voted for-or 'into the ranks again. O OUf.New FURCHGOTT'S I S (
I stated that he had made a careful study igainst tbe bill, but'be finally came to 1, But the primary is no innovation. It is rt. Illustrated FILLED atui "ffli i'i'
of both the primary rules and the enactments the conclusion that It was possible I but the people taking back their own and Sum. :
of the Leglslatlre."l'be gist ol tad voted for it, because everybody else 'affairs into their own bands.. Of course ::. Spring STHIPPKD" on re- ,v. ., '" "
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his whole address was that the law passed had done go, on the ground that it would the politician Is dreadfully afraid that t'" which will bo, mall DEPARTMENT STORE cabal ot order .
by the Legislature and and the rules ict as a temporary guide for the conducting the people are not sufficiently well informed : cd free, on applica i rGam ,
laid down the State Executive Committee of the next primaries.! ', 'I
by not thoroughly well enough lien JACKSONVILLE FLA.tW .,
Write for
came into conflict. He stated Committeeman Jones urged the endor- ,versed upon political subjects to enable f Samples, ,
that any man,who,, !sn>t in reality legal natlon of the action of the Stale executive; them to vote "for the best interests of the SS&& JJM J W ,11
J' elector under the laws of this State who committee and asked that she county country" ((1)) at the primary. This in'the g JI. 11k Ol :;
i +;, would register In June and in the'n-onth committee be guided by the rules and same old cry that our forefathers; bad to ',
.," following vote at the primaries, would regulations made by them. The county do battle against In establishing this ----= .__ tW!
'i; be guilty of a misdemeanor. He did no! executive committee was supposed to, country's) ) independence. The *:uonarchisls ,
; t' want his friends nor his enemies to be cork under the State executive committee .( -then and the! politicians/ now : THE TRAVELERS
r i subject to a prosr.cuUou, and it was his and be asked that the business be occupy the dame position. 'They,.,don't ,
i opinion that if the primaries were held, proceeded with.Chairman I belive the people know enough to vote ROGERS'
j in July'the proper procedure would be McDonald replied that the Intelligently.; They are afraid that the Silver Ware NEW MANAGEMENT' ; "
j'" to use the present registration lists.: State executive committee was, a law'':people! are. not capable of aejf' govern' i :
In response to the request of the chair? unto some people, .but .that it was not ment. MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, ila.

mau.Judge: Lewis addressed the meet- such unto him. At this point the meeting But experience demonstrates that the :i. Tea Spoons. ...... --... ." "
lag. In his' opinion, it was a question was adjourned to reaasemble at a !'people are' alwaY8 competent to take '
Electric Lights, Electric Bells '
Baths,
:"\ of allegiance between the!State law and I'clock.: care of themselves; that local self, -government 75 Cent and pi" .' Complete Service. ,: d
the State Executive Committee. His THE AFTERNOON SESSION. is as safe now as It ever wea.In The Best $2.00 per (day Hotel in Florida
,4 Idea was to follow the provisions of the The hours from 1:30: to 4:30: o'clockwere the hands of the people; that danger: Table SpoonsPer ,
State law and disregard what had been spent In a free and easy discussion threatens only whetY'eUisb and 'tin. T..k.ear.'th o Union UepoUnd auk tho Conductor to stop it (be Traveler :12.1Do' .;
done by the Stale Committee. oi the situation. principled politicians seek to control the : Set, U 50
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I people for their own purposes.. i" "and "
Judge Saunders was the next legal The debate was participated: in by The State Executive Committee bas )up You Wa nt'a.: .''
gentleman called on to express an opin Attorneys W. I. ftletcaTf, Judge Sana- done right: '
V..I"ft i Per-Set. S' TEAMBO'A"T'
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-Bat-Wings; Clubs, Stocks, i The supply of this frult U very IS .
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I received. Price 25 cents each, f 2 2. Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmer X l'
; 5 0 --CENTS 5 0 a dozen. Money promptly returned and Fruit-Growers Solicited. o .
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Most above goods are 75 cent and $1.00 ''grades, ELBRIDOB M an go GALE n I a, Fla.a28t J) IN TWELVE HOURS

C but we have made the prices uniform. ; : OF ALL
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I if"I : Light'grounds with neat assorted figures are the fNOTICE Florida, Rubber Stamp Works

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BILENT SALESMEN ,As my husband, V. O. Sproul, Semi home a 'M r 9111,017_. .. ;
y. has left my bed and board 1 warn Cal!!* or .tDI'Y8t.Sale 1 1 '\1 I
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