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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00285
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.lt>,Itltl...n.J WEST PALM BE &!\ CH,. DADE COUtfTY:, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY '30, 1902. VOLUME XVI, HO. U. '

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ECORATION DAY WAS, TAKEN' PURELY PERSONAL + LOCAL NOTES. 1; I

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& +' TO BE OBSERVED In the Graduation and Closing Exercises people as They Come-"aad do. W. P..Uatcbett talks about Euain Do you read The Tropical Sun ;?i 'I

Of the West Palm' People Whom You Mayor ;lied Ware in his adv. this lime That friend of yours up North would 4 4i

j -, : ._ I Beach Public School. May Not Know., The tnV i Worth Band Quartet! I lr.e'to have a copy of The Tropical Sun

_ + ,. played,(j.very. nice program at the even* jvery week. ,

JREMONIES AT THEM CEMETERY The closing and graduating exercise 'iJIriKrolzer-.+!\' -ot, Amero' ,"spent- Monday ngconcert' in the Park, last Sunday I The Tropical. Real Estate Exchange 1;, r

of llie,Went Palm Beach Public School at the Beach, viaiting.frcode.Mr : A very nice dance was enjoyed in the ijientlon' some solid facts in their new I Idvertisement.

w r.,?\beld last Friday, :May 33rd,,, thlormer '' !public library ball Tuesday evening by a ,, ,
Silas n..Wrlght, of DeLaad,
taking place at the school during! was of the of the
number young people Alderman II. Dimick.
Eugene act-
Pdople of West Palm Beach are Invited to Take Part. entertained by Mr. and llrs;,W. H.. DuCaiunr .
and the latter in the Union, '
the afternoon ;; 'this town." pg-clerk during the absence of City
Contributions of Flowers Will be Appreciate A Congregational. Church In the evening! \' week The'' funeral, of :Mrs. W. Turner, ol t the hours of and ] Mrs. beo. H. ,Maltt\>y returned on I
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Between 1:30
Petition to Business Men to Close. '' Pompano was held liere on Mouday.The i: Work has been commenced on the
vlnit I
Wednesday morning from abort
dc o'clock 'In the afternoon, the parents.o a boilyvwaa brought in on the F. E. erection of a new house on Datura
--- the children In the primary, second pri to Mlatni fri nda., ,% C. Express and the interment was madein Direct for Irving IlI cock,

(wary and intermediate forms, vlsitec Mf.iO! .W. Weybrecht left .Monday take View .
the
rfie of''children will, be In of Miss Grace Cemetery.The Ou account of there .
peclal call of the members .charge: for being/ no quo-
,the school and the several roomswhich It t lyorning Charleston, s. C,where 1.e
Lainhnrt. Miami Steam Laundry la now .4im of members the usual
L..dJ. i"CemeterylmprovemeatANi their children happened to be: will attend! the Kxpositlon. ', weekly
Action,( onTMr, Currle's suggestion, the n l turning out first-class work. .Mr. true jieeting of the Towu Council was not
i I Pci:ii.tlonf a' meeting wa held in' the cnini illleu have sent out invitations Rncli rdom was gaily\ decorated for the Mr: A.:,P. Anthony returned; .'4 t night ry Aultman at Sewell Bros' store, has (eld Tuesday night,

ubllo-jtbrary) hall on Mjhdny afternoonto S'.l.Urts'. Rnd- s.aoldlerll who are resident occasion; the little girls: and boy taking from! au enjoyable'! trip; to Washington, 'the West Palm! Bench agency. -All work : Your.winter-guests who have ,
la the exercises! with --a beafttnesaand gone
.make fie necessary arrangements for ,vn West Palm Beach asking them totake' pert| behold Ca.aadptherpointanorth.. i{ lyft' with him will! receive prompt -attention. sway wonld appreciate a copy of The t
that '
cheer was pleasant .to
'' of Decoration Diy, part III the proceedings .of the Mr_ Robert, Gllliland left Tuesday Satisfaction guaranteed t(. Sun '
? 'a,Ruins observation and In a inanner;that,proved an inspiration tnornlng where lropical| every week Why not.
'Ft fiiy May'sotlj. afternoon.To for the older ones who-.attended. ,spend:Wilmington several months,DeU returning hewill The service In the Methodist Church scud' !it to them ? a

'Mrs. Dr.Tf.( '. Burnham presided\ ,, and provide 'suitable decorations, lib- In the 'primary'depaitnient, 'Mis Lola fiery ia the fall., I la-t Sunday morning was in the natuieof ) Carpenters' and painters have been
eral --donations of flowers, will be nee., Angevine presided .and announced I }he \ a chlldrei) service: the day being jusy this week making improvements
'rJ'bne'' re, t lao present, Mrs. K. N. cssarVj and a cuniuilttee!!! on'flower., con following program; Mrs. Taster, Mrs. Burton, Mrs"| Will MownssChildrens' Day." The little ->n St. Ann's church. A new porch is

.. Itlllklrj("Mra..;. Moffatt. Mrs. P B. Ev Hinting of Mrs, Burnbam. Mr Idner and Hung-Ainerlua.Hesitation, > Rlackmer; Arthur Ttuuk.tr, and Wrih Mc- folks took part in the songs of pralteni. !eyeing: erected at the main entrance/1'

..erMt.,' JVf.ts. J., C. Stower", Mrs. (pr )1y !Mr. Fremd -wee appointed. Those contributing -Our Flag,Kmran Hertor Sadie Conibs werevisitor; .. at the Beach :'Tues. ....d lli...e .f\natf\f.__,y. Rev. C_. Fred Blackburn 'hi ce a dd s to th e _.!_'I''U'_______'"_ 0f the

-1lrnadllr.ira., ] W.brecbt.1\tra Grant, [ flower lire asked to bring: or (litter 1\tcltstioD-Oid Glory Beset Wagner, ,I day from Delray.Colonel ". }r delivered a brief address appropriate t. auilding.)

,t!:; mm* Hindry, Mrs. floater Mrs. Pierce. send them to the residence of Mrs. F. B. Lnrluk! Bllti-b. i Twigg:, ft annabK-tlie. fa- the occasion. ; Much needed aliawera of rain fell' at Jll'

: (' ,jV tt J} 1.ewe i, J. B. McGinley. G. G CurtWMSCfl. Everettuotlater than two ''ctock: Frii; Flag B en-'l..s, Emma Itertpr, Francrnlnlouxton. uioua couniel iit tee Williams ra'urder The 1i'l"ettftlt' of the local branch oi t West Palm Beach and vicinity Wednea- y

I ; peeuRev. C, Fred Blackburn, day afternoon.On [ Marie Cox Agars Schmlrt, Altuu' .trial' at Miami was:a ,pa seuger on 'the the wc.5'T-, announced to be held .l Ipy afternoon. Reports from I ha' interior '
a+'' ; ... Paine O. W. Idoer J Fox. motion of Meuors. Cnrrle and Me.CInley KHurfroan.nuth Slovene.Keeltal J'. K..Cf.: Hxpresa T 'e.dat'010rningj.;] :: l
',., ,,,1lI-: *< \>. J. lou-The Pillow Fairies, Maria Co*: lathe Methodist Church last Monday sections of the county are to the ef-

'o* opening'! the proceedings; Mr*. the committee on artaugenieiita: KecHatlun-Th Man In the Moon Ch&rlwFlouting. .... .Mr II.. tf: ybaiea, jeweler at ,jviianil, afternoon at 3 o'clock wow adfourned ,njct that heavy rains have fallen there

..Burubl&na'aake.1''' for suggestions fromthq09vVtaen1' was authorized' to- petitionthe business <<. "t .curl.tlgte inspagor\ .r tbou: ""ra dl-, f for fine week on accpuut: pf the__ meeting,! ,Juriag tb- ,, P8t1 ", tlaya. 1"-"" ","" .'. -
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( *'! w. beat sio. ,obnerve1 ojS..OtJlhe..towa.to; close'lUeic 'store*. ..II-U..tloWw.-t rrFrtuhnt' +Z.ao T, Y Ialou ) ,. fast "Coast'JFntlway held atl.e anti i ladur"to arrange for UTlie'_huinesi'of the"Lake'Worth'Ice'

the,, flay. On uiotlon o.f.Mf. Cnrrie end ami. places of business from three to five' Wllllnninnni'limitation:-The ."wyj'IllGoea/ By Paul tVrllMle. ?, W'tS1l"Tbndi t'o"n-! Tsslay! Pecoration. Day' exercises' Those in- Works' continues to increase .week by

Mrs Dlmlc.k; it was decided that Decoration /eI1lck on Friday afternoon, BO that all "* Jacksonville f.: wilt therefore please remember Meek, '!t is one of the most important

i Pay be observed by a special may be given an opportunity to take part Mediation-Wonderful< World of White- ,, ..UC..OW. blesar ,/Msryln Pope and M Anthony Mat the meeting will\ be held-next MOD- i industries of this town and people '

service and ceremony a( Lake View_ li,lhe proceedings. .Stars. of Uncle!"am.Tye Lett. Willie, imtev arrived Ju town". Wednesday evening: day afternoon Juno and at 3 o'clock in nbpeclate being able to obtain pure dls- .

I Cemetery+ and Re*. Dr. Paine and Judge It was uuanimoualy'decided to have Elina. Cook Paul M..Jew.kl, Leslie- Darling front Dgtsedwhere, (hey have been at; the Methodist Church, tilled water and the ice made from it. 1

"c 'l .. Lewis were<< named as. the gentlemen to the hoar of service at four o'clock. Charier. Fleming., Warren. TurpenAI'Vlo Crow I t tending $'fttson U\yeralty.\ 'Thef'will{, :Several hew members are soon to be 'The section of the East Coast in the

1, give the addresses. The prayer will be Those taking part will assemble at the Devon-mix Erimt' Hobble Flog' liters K UIMr upend,(the summer fa West Palm .peach a;tlmilled within the portals of Lake vicinity of Jupiter and Neptune, was. f
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''' '.. 1Re.r.. C. Fred Blalkburn.f Congregational Church at 3:30: the hour H eltatloo"'Our Coloia borougb left$, town Order 'of I visited
II I vUgyd DuCan+ara. \ Mr// I Worth lodge, Independent by copious bowers on Tuesday.
,. ''' > ijTSpotionof tat. McGinleyand Judge rO' the departure of the procession Itecltatlon-"Wbes Kid. They Ttacofihe, I Tu"a aymoratog for GreenwoodS, C., t CJddfellows. Within the last two weeks Snore West Palm Beach people who \I '
f\ LewtsvfeN mmlttee 'of five to make ar. f be marked by the ringing of the bell of Little Boys," fJougln* OelKor,, .. for several I '
where
4t. I. weeks. fgnrtfen candidates have been accepted aleut to the head ,of the Lake: ail
." ., Methodist: Church' The carriages .. School ere ;i [fI I
Hoe. '
tile htaile-aod
follow
': the tIu. *
was appointed, vR I returning home be will\ J Journeyfpjftlier for '
I : rangettieu .the BM4kil..Wurr Turpen. Bjefo "pd, are now ready the degrees. The ugbt.tn': severe.buadersloruLe: : ,
the. of the rock fiHtijUuu
J, ing being named: Mrs. F. Everett: will! proceed by way Reeltutl..u-'rha intU.ChImnejr, Vvr- f!T northward to Washington and lint Includes Rev C. Fred Blackburn, Mayor-elect I? W. Burkliardtslfad' hisflat i

N./. ,j:'I' cb..,irn>an, and J. B. McGinley Mrs road and those. walking Lalr.'lront.Defore will take the nle tlc.v..""".-muter) Cook.SwttatonSoldleY.Bu. ZJe /York. Tr l D. Brown Frank C. Gardner Gilbert experience at, pcrlic court in Tuis- i'

i ,r:*! I>!II.ck'Mr' !. Blowers and S. BTDean.JV bicycle trait by the ,.,Sniuinto' Hamp- Miss Lillian' Norton, of l tLe (staff of Jj Jenkins, Emil Kotch, C. T. Bart J. d iyi! \ prcsiiiirig!! imaglstraMlle beard 49 '
t f3 derided i and arrangementswere adjourning mention wn-r...riiadu tiin, Uoverenux ICrui.1-: '+ <4..cberRIt the :Palm Beacl Public W. Sanders S. C. Thompson, E. Kus.bel i
( ,'w8 u""lIatl\-yo"aUun" Tlme.. _Bwn!oO 8a v- ( West \ f case of aliuuVt and battier l wbioh two J,
.'i'L made, to have a class of children of those whp are buried' in' Late View OK', \ khool, left' on Tuesday niotnli"j? for l' C.. C. Roberta, Ceo..!!. IJinJ W: r" bored: employees of th* F. E. C.. .Rail, ill II

::, from the.schoolforfl ,,"{n procession and Cemetery. The list Includelh.(lute 1.lt.tloo-I'.y' Letter. Fanl Majxwukl Quit map, da., ,where: she .wil. have Co' King It. Dale Miller and H. SlrklnJThe I(jiisy were the' chief iictorxf'\ ; His h'6awr' j. r rIiuedhepugiihtryy'o. 1"I

A'.y. ,' proceed to the cemetery where they will I IllnjlltJl'ol I Messrs. Livingstone, Kelae.Clomrjrt\ Coat" !(1' 'flwltatlonDoirt. .Tbai'. Wtll, Klma.,. Red Kaoltmao.Stamp ty tHerttattuttv charge o( a school during tint summer annual picnic of the Sti.nday r .. t"l v. "tIw; ''

,/ sn'd: patriotic songs and will ,,'ey, P4Oree, ;Sheridan- IID4'UIs..ate'P, : Lett. *- ,f months, ', ., School of the Congregational Church: A new boardi ig house bus 'recentlyli ; .

J. '-decrntot, the graves of the soldiers. The ably- : others., Flag Drill-Klin. Ka.ntiuuB.( Paul Corllyl/), .Adjutant.General J." & R. fraatt passed Jas held on Tuesday last. The steamer I :en opened in West Palm BMalaby,, v I
lfn
-==== ,ten Douglas, ..rnlo Oelttyr..'8u uKf.Vurnl nests Btuvi-nnv...Wagnar..Su'I'ilellanqren Emma jl throvxh {town last Saturday morning P iln Beach left the city wharf at 8:30: \ rs. Ida M. Bruuer. It is knownt a s ,

CITi'4 CLERK'' AND.ASSESSOR' 'EIIE. APPROPRIATION ,4,., I ,, Lurluk Billet, Otto Wlddell'Jea. oo the ,,returu journey from Havana. with Boyet-Ort' as its destination. As the teal." Cottage'! and "is jlea8auUy| loc I I .
"" HAS BEEIf AGREED TO rlu. Cbx. I jto .Wllllumeou.80DK .j General Fost acconiDaaied Governor canal at th! end"o( Lake Worth has on Datura, Street near the Lake t
; .GEORGE '.. ADAMS i- : IteJ, White and Blue "Hcbool" fi I been -Mrs. annouuce :
trouble vftuexporieaced
''' tunings' and; party, and, on the way r;ceully dredged, no : Bruuj whose ,'
-.---- Tai .! --1- ,
Injured at Miami Ana the Deepening of BlsoayB"yl' Wow' 'f The followiug gl*jftl Ai! InMlairHeJkn tome Inspected the companies Mia ni fq reaching this charming ,'"rt't.i : .. ..... in this. ]Issue I'.he Trop. I II
Seriously and Painfully program rear '
'I and It I. needless to that the has had wld"xpen
Is th.'imotinf Daytona. spot. say i a ''tC !in
h! a by a Halt From RU Btoyole. the Assured. S300.0OO Bolder'. rootn, thc!; ,Fcoudprin.aryI vpung Polka. and the older ones too, the darend attentlou of eatLa**** I
Ooeurred FrWay.. Allowed by Congress -. Mr. B. B, Devout, of Har/lsbtirg\ Pa., <# | ( "I,
Aaeldent who accompanied them, spent a most Fierce fires'raged"(
forest In VlClally
11 the
a -- Sonu-Apierlfn. of the original crbir8'. ,to The : '
nee'
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nagraisow. : enjoyable! day, the boat reaching homeon Manaonla)
Bacltatlon-lid'GbryJack Wit Wedl1clld.yesuillni' ,
on ina
of'
of sympathy have been A Washington despatch yesterTTay, an Tropical Sun, was a visitor at Vest Palm
Expressions Albert' Lulu the return- about six o'clock.
( Kate' Vhlpplf, journey great deal of damage. The
that'a final agreement has been He': haa MangouUI
all sides, this week, Over the flounces W1"11t *, Bach t41. week been .
heard misfortune on vtbich bat come: to City Clerk jeschedby the conferees of the two ,"Know.Sotg-'Hello." / .. lug some time Od, t apeDd'l For several days past, there has been cl I tiry farui wai in Imminent danger/<>'
sadharbor Yarboroltllll.1 1 i'Kxerelee"OptFleat. : session here the district conference destruction, and it wa 'only by tfu heroic
Adams of this town. Houses of Congress on the River ; Jlwltntkin-Ulino along the Florida; East coast. and I" : !:
Geo. S. that t.'' Eva JII"I!", Violet Daytona"district African 'Meth. el fort that the property was saved. Had >
enroute
I. candldate'.for-- T3* Bilk Fear< were expressed howc\ oft( ; 1.
Mr. Adams) ; ,.Miami would Suffer., Wlodhqlu. Ql.ady... Murtut, HutOouk; Mariev odist Episcopal church. The meetings II. not ben for it heavy shower ef.rala.
the appropriation
teat
Ja Dade County; and Ernentlne iottti,' Miss Lela Smith of the West
,
Aasesfoc. .I\ Uottreau A | principal uj at '
.U Miami but fortunately! has, not been the "Hurrah too.thFlag" Helen have been held in Payne Chapel in, }he coining a opportuutlmef, the
went dowrr > BeoStallon- departed
Thursday night Palm Beach' Schoof,, Tuesdayfor I i ,
connection! with his can. case. The exact: figures: ,: showing; the Fleming Ktln.| Pierce*Wlltl.Costly. weal, end tide first convention being results would! have" undoubtedly been
bualness In her home in Pla. After
t. Petersburg
on ." > I
result of the committee's work have ,not tluo.-SLt1 S"a..I",1 Babr'r held last Friday morning, with R.v'i.: 4Jriout.lA r'a 1
..didacy. Saturday morning, word wasreceived .' WalterChllllugwurtJ two hroV tceks there .
or
I
spending ,
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'it be rg4intryFlag 14. Moore as presiding elder ifearly 1 memorial
service is
her. that be had, met with been determined, but can stated ,. 4. she will proceed-l '. CofneU Universitya ,.fpofl J -an- 1 '
serious accident by falliAg\\ from his that of the 19,500,000 appropriation added V n""ltalton-1Jy" Native And/' and-Fare take ill course "advanced studiesfortthetuutmer. every,congregation fn the district: != has! n|>unced (ot fiunday evening to be held ,tt4 t tj I

Details later were to the effect b y the"Senate only about f..4,500.000 well. Cell* ..ullO..... Mole McOIrt, OllreIkHvlll. up been represented. The reports qt the in the :tlnlou Congregational church'

n bicycle....hll.-.ldirrto>.4h> at half past seven. Tbla' '

their shower thiwbeetlipped. from the remaining $.s.ooo.ooo being disagreed Vjtolute w the Flair." "at",- tho Ooeao" Mr.\ T. 'Harden and son, of HardenBrothers cease in the growth of the chinw-h and service will, be in memory of soldiers .f'
after "'
a throwioarklnr'iiolethtiy; : to : by the House conferee.. AI the bill JWpit-'r'Coluinblo.{ ,. Boynton, were, ,passengers\ ,on ha the interest taken In the work. who die *)u the Union and Confederate
.
under hint will ft. niak e a total appro- .*'d. over the F. E. C. Express Tuesday< morning. armies and the Spanish-American and
the ground and causing rractnre. die. reported. '" the lnlermW'' Partnleul'' Last Monday)' afternoon :May 26th, at I
tight thigh bonetMrs. I prlat'on -of About ja.joo.ouo indirect which Miss I.lllian'ortoa; presldc.,-!' 's. They hive bee..peadinll. the winter laHfr (oar o'clock, Rev. S. D. Paine, pastor of' Philippine ware All veterans of these

Adams waif\ oIUle4 by.telegram, appropriations and for work authorized. jowded with vl.I"s l who thoroughly ''SowU,_ bat are now en route to Union Congregational church united In' armies living are cordially invited to at.t.6d -

\! BBtfied to her 'bus- dome of the. Senate amendments jtejoyedthe folloJog{ in and immedjately
which retained the following: t' *I' wemberwben they will return to Flor- i to the public generally. 'i1t.1(
were are 11."teDdcd{
band's bed JUle: aiid was joined} later by : < :, erof thelstoMrs., Katherine Skinner, tit
,Mrs.! Sears!: Yesterdaf: wan pro- Inland waterways'.: Charleston s. C., Sonl-"The Btt Bpamtleil Banner,". Ida.Miss of Chicago, to Mr. Tracy Clow, of the sermon will be preached by the pastexvolRev .
f50,000 Bay Florida, $300,0041 ;, Margaret Haas, niece of Mrs :M. S.'D. Paine.
be-, ss- ; Biscayaa known firm of L B Clow & Sons
grcuing :. .orabtl.'tould ScReei&attude< ur l of Welru....." Dora well, > ,
River, Virginia' &6a.odo; Cape -W'' C Mnilwou, 01( Park Cottage, returned
ted, but from lh'! ., serious naturethe o, James : "ooter. r ,. .Chicago, New York and Havana. Sincere sympathy is extended to Mr. ,
pe fractgSe. It will b* some time before VearRI'er, North Carolina, above Wil. ltt'oltetl' )- ./. Country, OwrgaRlt.ter. ( :.' fq West Pal n>_Beach' last evening; from Tee happy event was. solemnized; at the A. D. Blanchard, who ia mourning the I

M1i, he wUl be.:upland around.. agalowaqd!! ,, it irtlogton, J.soooo"Iultead,, of $130,000; r'{Pairlothtui In TneeI5IIh' ;Rt. Orlando. where be has been attendingthe home of ;the groom's mother Mrs C. P.. I lo/na of bill wife, her death having occurred i.
Carolina IleailnTN .. ; Music. Her
of
Abl.y.Rinr South |
jjooo. "
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Conservatory many
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the
likely tbat he will be brought CowIakeWottbrin presence ef at .Neptune last Saturday Mr
is not ..... .. ra ut-hulfa. fi '- friends here welcome her
+ home foe several days. Married.tT4NSlclteriAt n..I\IIo.IoIl-. '""'( zed. the Soldiers. F.rnrst ll.be( ''" "''glad to only the Immediate friends and relatives' and Mrs. Blancbird formerly resided at j d

J.a.w. 'residenceOfMr / Oiok.gsltatl. ..back to town.! ,. : ol i the contracting parties.. After the West Palm Beach, where Mr. Blanchard

# '-, A Ssclidclub.A ; : P\-Claw: .. Late Worthy,the near West MoUQ b w'uo5R.11.:' ':ARentlnf JvleHsr Mr. S.' R. Rousseau. of Boyntoa, was simple ee'remony luncheon was /served, was engaged as a carpenter. Lately

nretttng .wlvbe geld "at eight Palm-" Beach, oll1\loDday"May, :j6r 1901: ;: ; a\Utt ,;N'1tu","'b",."$att a visitor In town on- Tuesday He is one aad later ou, the bridal couple were! escorted -\l they have been residing' ia. Neptune. '4
thDlaMaaData'; of the successful tomato grower of, the to the station of 'the Florida EastCpsstRailwsy The body wast to have teen brought
l In i the pnUli'H- of the Union '
evtiilng
otlock"this' Rev. Dr Pine, pastor Waenln
/ ,
bj
; f 4n. 3rpestCbuiiSU where the to Havana here for interment iu
Boynton section),his product' 01111'0, and (trip Lat View Ceraetery -
luske"itiatigements for church Miss Katherine .. Sltter.VIm : ,
lW prary ball to Congregational: r WDiwrn.Rddie ikr.eaartwelfLett.
2 socl.a Club.: Jnst daughter of b.lIre,Mrs.'' Katherine ,\ a". V one-fourth acre of ,rroubd totaUdK near was 'commenced. A great many on Sunday afternoon, but as
the orKanIstion of.f Skluper }I"'IaUuo-1I..ltl..11" l Maine, tue] Airier.onff lv 1200 crates.. Sjfiway, of experiment. piieiidswereat depot to wish Mr. thela nch' was unable to get tbroiigaT _
wilt assume Chicago Mr. Tracy (
what foruVtuVorfcaohallotl Ski.nerof to >< ,CojiunljlmvhiXil.1 I. Mr. Rouaaeau la &OsH)>K "u acre of rIce, and Mrs. .Clow congratulations happiness the canal to Lake Worth,, Interment
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declded but the primary of Havana. and this trial of the soil to ascertain if it ,
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ba n Ifee Clow, [n..ltallon-The. lilac Bad .be. Gray Orate '
and wilt
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oj j< T.s."Do'n. better \ '. ._... l ll'l with Interest by lbs f/ult\ \growers and their home permsnenlly In Cuba's capi. abort tim; .(since Mr. Blan bar&was
.otiisaud > IDtercoare YOUNG'S "fr' '
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;, r ; ,,1, I TBQMCAL StW, WEST PALM BEACH, FLOBIDA, FS1D1T, MAY 30, 10-. Js ,

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r THE TROPICAL SUN The DeSotO County News published place l and with the p
'"at at Arcadia, bait passed Into the of the Palm Beach and Mangonta EVERYTHING a

Ptan.ar P.par of Dd County.PlorM, bands of the DeSoto Publishing; Gin choola with the local; school, a new BRITISH BORN ? s t:
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4 &-. department of work ha-i., > ,oel1 decided
Its editor Walter Urulwar un- .o
But wva Would! like
and that
as deportment
upon necessary
TROPICAL SUN PUBL1SU1KO COMPANY
I ounces its chief mission to be tbepubtitsblllA' II the high school course.. With the Plane ire Being: Made FOJT a Local to inentl6n"vapucUll

HARRY L. BROWN, MANAGER.PU.UIHIO of news not political dirt present class of graduates. n numbering Celebration of King. Ed our eplcudid line of .

OV."Y 'HIOAV and filth. For this reason the News ten, and with a few other, likely\\ to
AT WI.T PALM, ., .IAOH.. DAD
t 1lil' formed to warrant the, orgaui/.ation; of a made for "V enetiahEnameled, '
; SUBSCRIPTION PRICE! Z.OO A YEAR.! Arrangements and being a .
"Kf/t' '. primary' high school class- 'which will meeting, of the,resUJtaut of WestIm: : : 1 'iiraF''t "
M-- Pontofflc of Went Palm Beach MUCH INTEREST be formed on the opealnR of school on 1 ,'}4 !;' fu
Hit\i;- : Knttred at the Beach who' are British born for the ,'f ''i 1"I' .
':.: a* .ecoud-clan matter.1'IUDAY. Monday, September 291 h. The'studies of for' the, holding : : !' /
plans ,
; tanking: .
; purpose : :
; \! 'ii'
WAS TAKEN '" .
which will be Included In the curriculum, r"1'
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MAY 00. 100! I ot a local celebration- the coronation :;.' .:,.1" 5l
dil ". 1\\':': jvlll be-Engllsh Zoology Botany: Alge. of Wife Edward VII. It 'la likely ,, ,' : 'Ware .. '! I.
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Iii.:i ;'.. . and Latin, and : these subjects will 1 ,
tv that the celebration,, w11I.tske the'fgtlof < I'' .
:
I I ) : The Tampa TrlblineeaYII! that Tom RO'.IItatloaPrlv.to1u"oo; Charlie Whip1 form the course of those who graduated a banquet but I DO tar'bo Definite ,ar ',"' ..' ,

i ';" ': pu tn the roost talked of city In the lad Intend to continue: / :. their,, studies rangement8have. been adopted There We hai'en'troom) to mention all the different articles

';:1 f"'ral,4" r South. That's a fact. Tampa J isYJ Composition Darling: -'Ooorne Wellington, Buule.oil This will\ be the first', class of tha,,loud are In Wetif Palm Beach."and In the carry in, this line,' but ire' hav ,' time, to' SHOW: TIIKM If .

.' J} :;;} certainly a hot old town Judging: Recitation.-Little Buy Blue, Miriam Stow. organized: here 'and the ccurse'ot; high'. towns close by probably trom.'thirty. to you will call at '
school work la that t
!, from the contents of the papers era. adopted' by" ;the fifty residents who claim British soil .
.
\ : "', '., there. limitation Fourth ol July Record Tow county! board. as their birth place : ,
; Imer Mo.Iewakl.DI..oglIRed.. --. W. P.J HATeHETT'S .
1 t Whlt" and Blue, Miriam Mr. W. Gordon, Brown who la takingan ,

,:;, r Dr. Gross Alexander has Introduced .. towora, Ruth Otwell ,BunletK.il Darling, ADDITIONAL LOCAL AND active Interest In the proposed vale -
I
: a resolution In the Conference 01 Llllla author. PERSONAL ITEMS bratlonv has prepared a list oTloCftl t people : ----------. 1 ,., '
j Roeitatlon-Xdmiral i : fiunan Jane, Morn
j t.t.r.r.. the South Methodist, now in session Episcopal at Dallas Church, Texas Sell Hong:! u I ta.-..Soldier. Brave, School Pamotu SL A-ANTaoNY'50 hurriedly prepared, and many-names 1 1""r"'r" "/" ;" " "4111111111t1If.Ht11t11t11" ," ',," '(i1111P" ". "'t1t!''''''1 .

1 r Hooding-The American Flag, Mott Tar. I may have been omitted from it. For i:::= "f ,
; condemning child labor in tbt C. F. Wolfe of Jensenwas among the '
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'j- hl It
oroiifth. I reaaon Is published below with a ,
:''i, \ South, particularly in the cott.oi Flag Fxerclaa, Elroa. nittor, Miriam Stow out of town visitors here,tills w.eek. request that those who have been overlooked -* '. 1;:;:;:' ,

; mill districts. The resolution, whirl ra, Marlon DuC'amura *Evle"Harden, Luc) T. D. Brown one of oar leading con- will kindly 'write Mr. .DroWI1 'to De oration.'Day '
Grler.
t J urged that laws be passed prohibiting l\ocltatlon-Georp Wellington, Harlry tractor, was a visitor" to Jupiter on last that effect. ... :;: .

;' : the employment of children under'twelve i 'nComara.' .. Sunday. : The names so far. obtnincd are' : == ....... ,"
: old n""ltatlon-RaIlI" Revlara's Hide,-MarlonDaCamara. That friend of' Palm; Beach James Macfarlane, David
i : ) years was adopted. yours up North would This Store

I It waeetated; that there were nenrlj Dialogue-Choice of Trade, Bert McQIrt, like to.have a Copy of The Tropical Sun Thomas, Job McKenna, J. A. McDon .
20,000chiidren under twelve year Elmer Schultz, Charles Qrubor.Eddie Ilcrter. every week. f aid,.T, Brown, Fred Went -E be'Closed M."V'

{ of employed. Freddie Hort r, Clarence Flnrce, Joule Ma- ,Monday was the warmest*day of the: West Palm Beach-Rev... S. D. Paine, == ,
age ieweki well Lett Harry ChrUtopher Schnild,Kerwin Jim WIII.olI"Jlert; s ason here the.tbermonleter at noon, H. L. Ulllier, C. Wellington,, George :-:::- ',<'" 3 to 5 P. '

( 111 the shade I-Iullter..Oeorge Icbo\lll.\ W,' I. Metcalf, -- ,.
to
t I State sanitariums for the treatment Song-America, School.EecltatlonValedictory going up 98. ,? -.
Ella Hitter A Egerton Hnxley Sent(, Ha'ry L. --. 1 "
of consumption are well advanced Your winter guests who have -
'; Awarding Medal, Rev C. Fred Blackburn gone Brown, W. GorlonBrown, henry Me .}
}' '1, in several States. Massncbtrsetts 'nedol. awarded to Evle Harden. away would appreciates copy of The I Hattie, Harry Hebb Frank C. Gardner 55; Jast now 'our' Tailoring Department ,i. rushed ,
'I' Tropical Sun week : not == with work. We have recently passed into stock
: Why
has in :New Yorl every .
operation
1 1 i\\ one Leonard,Marvin, H. C. Matthama, Walter '.
I 02nd It to.them .? S:=t some new linen ,of SUMMER SUITINGS: / thatt'aru'weetiug .
'3 has appropriated $150,000 for ore SENIOR GRADUATES.: Hazelhnist Mr, Hazelhurst, George CI
i :', in the Adirondacks, oDd Pennsylvania Naturally the greatest interest cen Mr. H.:'Dale Miller. of Bewail & Bros:, II. Maltby Mf. Iloac, :Dr. McLeay. with great favor.
which, us been transferred to the Miami store Hypoluxo John Brown Gordon == -
has appropriated $100,000 an ered in the graduation exercises: -
t ,; New Jersey $50,000 for a simile for lack of room in the school, were and his place here hal .been taken ty Brown James Brown.WavelandE. p Better EverMore
Congregationa' Mr. M.B. Auliz lau. :. C. B. Tyndall, E. Har Than '
purpose. Vermont I in considering i held in the Union :
I Church. The hour announced (for comenclng In the lint of political' announcements mer. '
project of the same kind. The Mash .Jensen-T. Newton Banner, P. Witles, .
: Careful
In this issue of The Tropical Suu Is that g Tailoring _
the was : but long
I nchusetts institution claims that Iff. program 7:30 Dr. McClinton. G. Gilmore. S
before that time had arrived, the church of C. II. Raiilerson. of Miami for the Hobe Sound-John Grant. :::: < 0,1, ,
percentage/; of cures has increase office of County Treasurer: c. J'upiler-Captaln Carlin, Mr. Alcbers _
one-third in three vas comfortably filled and (when Rev. = Higher Grade. Fabrics;,'

,'v y years. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor of the Meth. The Lake ''Worth Band Quartette will :5: : >., ,
., Idiot Church opened the proceeding render another program of sacred music; ? _r':'

1 j", Today is Decoration Day, and al) 'I I with prayer every seat was filled and n the city park! band stand next Sunday Everybody's Oolumti.WANTED |E: ., ". Snap and Style

t I through the United States the graves ;people were standing around the side evening,between 6:301: and 7:30: o'clock sc < I W More than You Get Elsewhere

i of the soldiers who fell in the Civil if the wall and at the windows outside. Miss Lulu AnK vine of the'West Palm "

i War am being; decorated. Thank\ the Interior of the building had been Beach school! has been "spending the | :

to the efforts of the Ladies' Cern.E .- prettily decorated with cocoannt fronds.ut week wltl\ her parents 'at Hypolnzo. WANT -AGENTS in all towns S S. 'SCHNEIDMAN 1 '
I flowers and a display of flags. The' We are not .
E tery Improvement Association, \Ve* She! Intends visitinjj her former home in represented .

Palm Beach is able to take part ir 'ollowiog program was followed closely: Michigan: during the summer. ami Write Steam lor agents'Laundry termsv Jas.Address C. Ligeour,; Ml, | '. Merchant Tailor Grubar Bloc'k. West Palm Beach h L l .

j the ceremonies, and all citizens an '>rayer..... .. ..........Ilev. C. Fred Blackburn Mrs. Clara Adam. who las, been to Proprietor. 5 9 if {
Vmerlca.............. ...... ,............................ .
requested and urged to visit the cemetery American Herul! ....... .. .......... Ethel Fleming! Dade county for some' weeks visitingher FOR SALE. :7I111111UI11111iU11111IIIIIIII11111U11lIINI/IIIIUIUII11111' ' ' ./ '. 1 U11111.
this afternoon and take part ii rrlbute to the Flag. ..........Ralph Broad well slst'etli.! the Mesdames W. P. Hatch .4: ,
_4 the proceedings as prepared by tbi, llitorlcal. Places of America Nettle. Harden .tt)and 1;<; C. McAllister': left on yester FOR SAtE:-STORIES: LAUNDRY.
tha'purpose. Uncle. Sam"..........".....1. .Orad V and VI day's train for her home in Georgia. ( other business that requires --- -
special committee appointed for ttar Spangled Banner........... Regina Ilcln, uiy attention, I will sell my steam laundry -
American. .. Flag,..........'.....:.Charle Cox There will be au adjourned meeting ol at a bargain figure, if taken at once.
Jhulce of Companion............. Myrtle Lett the Dade.County Democratic Executive: Will instruct purchaser, if sob familiar JIUKKHAItDT'S
S The following from the Qainesvilli long ................................ Loulxe MojewBk! Committee at Miami t tomorrow; to with the business. Doing good bus)ness. .Went Palm Beach: May 8O,, lioa r }
# )nr Banner... ........ .............Lillian Cook ; appoint S. At Storm. West Palm. .Beacb, Fla. It sYltrPEOPLE'
read aDd'rer..ead ty inspectors' and 1 IsBueAthe formal '
News should be .. ,American Ifirda..y.. '* Clareura Ryman< -
voters of this and other counties o I' Tho Day la Done". .... ........ ....Ruble. FlerciVmerlcan Ml for the primary election to be lIeld'1'11y ONE TRAP. one snrrey and two dray: COMPLAIN : '
What the editor NovollHt.. .......... Lorena Grler 15tH. M I Will sell together or sep J
the State. say ... ......... .. ..... arately. Address P. O. Box 341. Wes
: Columbia"Vmi'Hcan ..... .. ...... . Mr. A B. S. Smith, of the law firm of'
Palm Beach. tf that caunot Pure which Indeed la!
should be heeded r" Floridians cannot Indiana........ Spencer Lftlnharl | 5 23 they /get; Butter true ia: ;'
afford to send men to the Leffifluture ; I The Reccwidonal".........,;V.... ...Bertna Elliott. Parrott sj Smith, Jacksonville\ ;'' was. //11 these days of skillful imitation oi"'' ,I
GOOD WORKHorse :
ALL-ROUND .
'" to ltvhigh The American Presidency Anna Mae Whlpph town Wednesday. While here te pur- If ;you really WANT PURE: HOTTER, fresh and sweet .
who are smart enough for sale, anti! one fancy dr.v
I Charge ot the Light Brigade" Burke.. Barman hared through Mr; J. Don., C.\IIorrls: standard from the moat lamoud-dalry in the world YOU CAN GET IT
therelnTallahassee' and thei .. . .......... tag horse, bred W. P. Hatch.ett. '
up 'Farewell, Ye Flowers"... .. .f .... the launch of Mr. P. E. B od at FROM ,in stock. :
new have it "
59tl US having arranged to always .
I home more ,than tbel The Roman Sentinel................Stella MIx .
i i. bring money The Panama Canal............ Rnlph Tiffany Daytona;j RSNT. This Butler II'' justly famous In the great cities For"
I salaries amount to ; such men an 4oble Womeu of America.........H Winnie MixVddresH A. P. Gore who has been acting as FOR obvious reasons, we don't; care to name the brand. Any

I dangerous, and a man'who will gel! by Harry L. Brown, repregontln. .)>ne of th:deputy sheriff In this! a ctlon WE HAVE TWO elegant Lake dealer can get It If be Is willing to pay the price We +

: his vote will sell those who vote tot! Board of Trade Committee on Educatloi ;'or some'months past, Is now stationed for rent for next season, willing to do" that to. order to have the best.and we are ot ,
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presentation of Diplomas Her 1'1, D. Pain.
one for6oo and one lot 1700 completely
{t ,I' 'him. 'If the people know of any n :Ilasn SongJenedlctloo.....,........... ..... .. ................... at Miami,iwherehe will assist Shdrifl! 'urnlshcd.. Possession given ;November I. charging you one penny more than l Is asked for the lest choice
this sort they should be kept at bom. I Ij ...... ...... ...Rev. H. H. SturgUx Frohock In\ his official duties at.the< south Also, one furnished Cottage, 7 rooms .kind, 35 cents a pound; 3 pounds foe 11.00 fi.

}! unless they can be sent to where striped a Graduate. end of the!county.. '. toe the summer ; $25 per uionth. ,

j i! clothes are .worn, and voting i Ist *'Every'number on this program was The merchants and business men bl! 418 Tropical 02: tf Real W.Estate I; Metcalf Exchange, Mgr,, w. BUBKHABEvT .'. Finest Groceries,

I>;., not a part ol the;work to- be per. full'of Interest to the large audience town will lose their places of businessthis 11 '

i ", formed." 't )" '- 'several of' the papers were certainl;) afternoon from three to five o'clock \ :. : It will pay tyou. to purchase our Coupon Books, ''thew't;

I '.;L 0 verycleverly" written, well delivered in order to afford an opportunity to take f\'OUND-A diamond brooch or breast .
The principal and staff of teachert tbd worthy of the hearty words of com part In, tte Decoration Day> ,service! In IN pin. Owner can have by describing 'II"

i j of the West, Palm Beach Publi, iiendatloo expressed. The songs and Lake View Cemetery. It ind paying cost of advertisement ,",",
} I APRV' to W. P. Hatchett. tf .
.r" School naturally feel very much grat choruses were splendidly ung showing Hudson" Burr and family ,passed : 59 : : -' -4.:
1 1 ; i ided at the success of.tbe graduatiod hat a great deal of trouble h ad been through here yesterday en route: to'Ifi- I TRAINED NUJ SES. ,,,, eS4: 'i' .' ::.1" \

exercises held Friday last. The larp: aken by the teachers. In. this-.fconnec Han Springs Ga., where' Mrs; Burr sod Bruner otta e Just Opened- ;

attendance both at the school in th .Ion special mention Is due-to' Mrs.\ MS. the little ones will remain for the ilum TRAINED NURSES'can be obtained } '. ." for the Season
> or postal addressed to
:. Gruber who BO kindlyTplayed.. the
In hopes that Mrs. Burr receive
Union mer may Cburcl1 Home and Hospital Orlando,
the
afternoon and at Congregational ; .
dtra accompaniments and played them well benefit from the famous medical springs Florida), Terms_ $15 perweek. a-2itl: Datura Street, Near the Lake Front ;
church in the evening, -
In of this kind where al
a
program In that vicinity.
i oust rate* the fact that the people of the papers were of exceptional: merit, i II } Transient Rates Reasonable Special Rates '
...
CarfW. of the :
4, t this town are thoroughly alive to th, would not be fair fo mention any sped l Mr. Schmld proprietor

educational: Interests 'of their,, chit me. As a matter of fact they were.al! Commercial Hotel, returned' home last POLITI At ANNOUNCEMENTS GOOD HOME COOKING '

II dren. Expressions of hearty opprt ood. The addresses .ot the eveului Saturday evening", (rout Hot Springs, EXCELLENT TABLE: SERVICE : ;; :

ciation have this week been frequently were given by Harry L. Brown, Editor Ark.* greatly benefited by his sojourn o00oo-o EAT YOUR SUNDAY DINNERS AT BRUNER
f The Sun and Chairman or there of over two months He speaks For\ft6\ -
) Tropical LegUlature.
heard in reference to the work aicomplished .
in glowing terms of Hot .Springs: ai, a : : '
the Educational Committee of the Boardof MES. IDA M. BRUN "
;, by the tE'achersllnd of th health resort, and thinks It baa"'noFyuaL. The friends, A M-H A. A. IIOM1S, of Cocoon : '
Trade, who was present as a repre- a I urav, ruby' announce him na i.
J vary creditable showing made by th sentative of the Board, and by Rev ... -, .. .k. Candidate for tw ILectalatilre.. from 1)500County ) :

pupils. With thestrong probabilit, Dr. Paine, pastor of the Congregational Mr. Wm. F. Armstrong, Jr., ot Pa'rn (Duuiocratlo, Ftortna.prim lea bleat 1 | :' to the.actluit ot the ::.......,...!.......................!.!.. : :

; ,: of a united school and the introJun school!! Church, Dr. Paine's address was a masterly Beach, has been appointed agent for To the Democrat!! utas; ,ot'Drtda'Couuty; ;:. Nero: Furnished ihron hout.. Rates .*'.*< P.., ;, :
tion In the school of the high; and did not the Dade county of.tb. Standard Guaranty f
: one justice enly to I hereby annnnaetmynir aa a'eandMat I -- -'4 -? sp.alail q.t.- by
Y course the Held of usefulness of OUI progress made by the graduates but also and Trust Company, of Dallas Texas for II4op..nt.tlv.\ lad.'ounty.auhleutee. {
; I,> .' local Institution will be ,;relltljlD' to th, plendid work accomplished by Those desiring ,to.,borrow money for .the action of th.le' .icratla Prlmarla..rIAHast W. KINO.' : ..THE. f

creased. ____________ the staff of teachers of the West Pain building purposes or improvements on For Talt. : :
; ; Beach school during the year just closed their houses, should consult him. ; See UBa.or. Commercial.! J : };

The Jacksonville Metropolis\ explains He gave the young boys and girls some< his advertisement on'page 7, in this issue Tg tbe Democratic VoU ol Dade County: .
the of the croise sound advice as to the use they should and either call on or write to him; thereby aaonnnea niineif IA a candidate :
presence } 'lor the otllt-v ol Tax AUNt "CLEMATIS
: or eohlueg|" |> to the AVENUE, NEAR JEFFERSON:
.$ Brooklyn at Mayport in this way : make of the 'education they had received The special commllttee having ill actlua ot the JMmucratUn'riiniirluH." : "
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"! ;;: "The cause of the United State and ,having concluded his charge the arrangement! for the Decoration 't .. R.. *. 8MITMT : O. W. 3CHMID. '

1 J .'' cruiser, riding at anchor off May address, presented diplomas to the following Day service this afternoon has ea "T the'l> inotr tla V tera Dade Coua'1 Travelan.&H:
graduate.: Worth After' eiirelul conMl ; ;gr.!,.. twenty-five miles I below Jacksonville gaged the service of the Lake self lu n candidate. lui tile o .e of Tex A..w- Attention Rooms
port Special to
Ethel Fleming. Nettie Harden, Rcgl. Band Quartette,.and 1n addition to 'the eorMDadaCuu.tv.euhiwO| the autlun of : .... All
; ft; ::' for a week Is a mystery none na Helm, Myrtle Lett, Lorena Greer, playing of appropriate selections, ,the< the Itamocmtle the support nrltnttrlHH.' ol my'u.'llee I,aii! I throughout rmputlullyluk : ;:' .-. Travelling Men "" :

t ; .e outside of the Navy Department Anna Mae Whipple, II. Winnie Mix, quartette will play the accompaniment! the county. : .0......... .

n i I. r;' and the commander of the ship Clarence Ryman Spencer T, Lainhar for the singing by the children. Con For Treasury i : Free "Sample Room .r
'' ,attf, ..
,J.\;\ 'lleems to know. Many conjecture and Ralph Tiffany. veyancea: have been secured for the Old! Artnt ..........!...-..........................
f. which is The attendance ere I hereby annonnc myself a | for : ;
l :;,; are made, and one, probabl very large from Wes Veteran And. for the children \ilybo the iiNIm of Traaauiwr ol Dade vVuntr.aiib :
'! f.\ true. is to be near Cuba for a while it i Palm Beach was very gratifying to the to take part and the procession Is expected :- lent. to th. Democratic HKN.JB Primary/1', J

r e! .,\\f'" case that assistance may be wanted principal of the school, Miss Lela Smith to assemble at the Union. ,:oogre. eTaIL

,,;.',:, there in the permanent establishment -. and her assistant Miss Grace Laloharl Rational church at 3 o'clock..Died. To the Demccratlc roturn myaeN'r prbpde J ,. ltatYI. THE : '

.' I',"; of the infant Republic. It t Is : It showed that a great deal,of interest I Is .a. for hereby the out.anaonno.. of. Cuuotl.Treat .....a1... It Oldsle set to. Jl RJlt ll -
taken in school matters, an Interest the aotlo".1 rhsDynu.ruuerlwar. to be
I },h:1' also said that President Palma: bald ".1.1' Utb. "O.lu.
which is bound to increase as the u. llAt1L$.:
r ezet Blanchard, At Neptune. on Saturday .
( ,' NEW MANAGEMENT ,
'
1"J of the Americana and -
and some army rI ,,
: cases last Friday night were the first of May : 4'; ago, Mrs. A. D. Blanchard.KRIPPENDORFS .' i
;" ';/ /4 department officers, still in Cuba.I' the kind net held here. aad ,it' is pro. .. .. .. ; .tor Tax Collector."S svTo MRS. 'N. F. GARCIA
() ; have requested that not !all of the Prop'r,
; :: posed that this event become an annual LADIES' SHOE; the Ooiuocrallo Voter of Dade County :
:" United States! forces yet bo entirely BROS.. r I I bortivannoi'fjtt-myaelf", :' a* a eandttlata -
.". one.TilE at ANTHONY : 'for the .lrlon ..f Count, Tax Collnctor.nib. \'t Electric tights.
po Electric Bette
There is : HIGH SCHOOL COURSE. .. Bath, :
4 .} withdrawn. evidently some a p.: ,feet to the action ol the Democratic Hrlinn-. \. Complete
r e1<\ ;: ; unfinished) business on the island to With the enlargement ot the school at YOUNG'S HATS none better'wade 'rleatolwhelOJuly ally. roqu..c. < tbo..UIport lash nes..ad And ..0.....mncet.0' to.1frlonds. o Best $2.00 per day,, Hotel in

',if:., {' lilt cleared up by the United StAtes. West Palm Beach which Is soon to take at 13.00. ANTHONY' Biios. e 'I'UOII. tI. UA'UUU':. 'v'{ake carat tb* Union Dtpotand Mk lbs Conductor} toatopat ,".

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A Brief Outline of Important >. ', -*- ,'- :
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Measure. Recently Passed
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**,i'J 'by Congress. The orange! growers of DeSolo county Of all the objections. we have acted WIJTPRg.i
are perhaps,more interested In the election .
,\!! < i advanced, to the primary plan of domJnailing
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m'm"i ; 01(004 meri'on'the Slate "Kqllroad All Kinds of Boat
Goods.
'< candidate: for State Fl..w
\tIel' county and! r rnno
.''d } tiutory of the Florida Indian War Com nlssfoll than they pre in guy' oilier ,
United
f', Claims, State offices, Stated Senate and the p r 'leycle.itidolcyolelaundrise., Stove, Tinware,Door.,8..h .nd Blind 4l.
passed by Congress In brief, isri' l office. 'WLkt this ncctiou needs lot'i') onal 1 Rouge of

as follows : more thou ,any other one thing I la a reeaonabie ree; :t none thaf Itepraealatives.Mwsbare would 'bOt'! 'melt All" Kinds' of Fishing 1! Tackle and Sporting Goods

tntb Indian war In Florida, 'In 1855 t tariff on fruits anti vegetables to Into nothioffrteei'.' .In .thelightof facts : 0..110.. Stove. Blue 1'lam.Keronene. Oil Staves
1856 and 1837, the- State furnished cer the markets of the country ., .etLtlie1candidates Gta..w.reLamp..d' L.nt.rn.. H.rrltlO/11ho./ .' Ready Mixed Fall
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The ,
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'''.ilt\lullteet. onewebearlao freouentlyurged; I. .., .tIIr'M..U: ,Orders Given Promit Att.ttC.lun. 'UI"'.-, ,
.. to aid the United 'States ; for this office define; tbeirplatform. the tnatier of cot. 'It Is a fact (that the ,... ....... .. --
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5 troops (in the suppression of, Indian hostilities. The people are tired of elect: ":. ,,' '
prlulllry'doeit more than. the ( coil .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ltLL/UA ......... .... )
.. TIiid >BS done with the tniportant office. just because & AAA
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,,bulf that West CaackTown
,. oentlon by means we canaecore Palm ,
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the President they'are"good fellows. '-'-DeSoto | -
Secretary! coon.ty j. -
: a purer and( freer ot W. HELM
ejcRressiori, BnOADWKLL
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"ofVart M. P., PbyHlclim and Efur
with the Understanding News, v. :
\ :that Ih8 .- ... the, people\ ahalt we weigh ;the. price I Registered P'barmacl! tmco,! la Dru Onl: 't"
,UulfeA.SlaUs would,, pay tUa expense* against principle? ,liven ,in thin\ age-of Lots ,
At t&e The Kind Needed.tt .
4 : lermlnstion of hostilities, the ;
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Commercialism here surely l .
< we : 'notiWched COTTAGE CITY ,
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Wai;Departmiiit ordered o United States m\l8t.Pfp .9 lie trot8' around : .the point where wo .gtiijy tb A discount of 10 per cent fur .
army femcer to muster the Florida troops nell when all .the )town andSutntnqsas material aide of every 'qu. tlon first, !Iud cash will be. granted on all sales of 1IKIM & nitOADWJELtr: '' ; l
inindoktoY"theUnlted good men on jury andthey
Stnteil, service, then consider'Its: : morals afterwards WeKnow Tots for $800 and under aOO
ato that\ llntler\ th .orrlinArv r 'u'tlne.'th.1I I l.vofn M el.te excuses1: 'and auk the .!;- ... .. .. ,. .. ,, .. --- ---. .-- ; over $ .. Proprietor ,Gfy
nllgbt'Mpald byjthe, trl itedS "t't; judge[ : -to let ,thane, off. But the sum II lax, it ''is only uiruuga tuv |M V per vuub l'l aaeu.WALLACE" .

a thin officer, ;unfortunately! ; war delayed mousing 1 Is for Ute.hllril1' and the exv mary that the. uutrammeled, 'will( of the l' B. MOSES

tb ', Jt }In "reaching" the Florida troops, pad by casing,)I. for, the court. Bring them in t people| cat regardless find! expression, and for this Agent i". Ew C. R'y Eand.pep't, ; Dsalers in Reliable Medicines i and hemicaIL//; (
8BOt>,: of tbe
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:.olltl!! mistake, before be finally arrived, sheriff,and your duty I.1 performed, and expensethe'primary .
,the troops'h'_d been mustered out by die the court, being; both wisa.and J just, will plan, Is the best' ,Plan. It "
has been said tbat the cost or the primary .AGENCY ,A FCLT LINK OFD' ,.
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and 1 permitted 'to go. to their know about wh ;'to excuse wb u he ha.bea'rc1 would ;
.Iioiues..ACT .,, SS the excuse.. Met;who alt around keep icobd-meu front ..offer'l Perfumes. Rubber Goods, i'
':. Ota CONGRESS,NECpSSAR Y. the court house for the purpose 'of, get. ing themHelves lor office. In. that regard ,CONTINENTALPLANT Toilet Articles
have Cigars and
we only this to pay; If a
The War Department' the not nteded '
then while not ting on jury are the kiud '
:.questioning" the, .responsibility ,(>t the I brit men,, who,would).Ilte,to., get excused.; man has not the'judgement'aad abilityto and ,Stationery. Tobacco,
accumulate
':Vtiftedtateafor the bills/for the enjienses : are feeneralty the l bei him with-all ease to defray PALMS BLOOIt, WEST PALM BEACH. ,
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yttkr of these troops, stated that a. -ee.5 IK
Miami is bar ; the expense1: ; of his 'candidacy: then. be .
apse 'th.r'ad 'not been formally mustered Justly proud .of up-to- bfkittreuir6. mmmm..nn..rem..i..n..m.. -,
n :.)bite the\ United States Army, an' act ofjCongreSN ,late Hteanj.laundry.; It Js tutnlnjj; out had better not offer himself as a candi .'- ; v
late for
l.1 fivst-claas work at reasonable ( an office where ha"wouW have!
would),have to bet provided to 'prices
.-)P'.y them Give it .a trial.; It Is located at' te cor. to> conduct' the business,:,affairs of the STRAWBERRY PLANTSUavbJmgo '
.. '. had ner of 'Avenue D and Fourteenth street.,( county: or commonwealth.: _. lake. City The
All the $tate become, responsible CIti en.Re"ortere Tomato and Celvry; Plants Am rt Kanfmann, Photographer
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,f' |('to ,meet them, pending action by Congo Studio In delimit Block UpsUIr
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t w ';V: jw, and loObat'pUrpose I Issued bonds '
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to I lie l amount of $132,000; which were'u.cbaaeHIY : We handle ROMII" and Flowering Plants for -ti BEACH FLORIDA.
A DISCOVERED O, L. Taber, Glen St. Mary.Fla. .
the United States for one -
: A share of patronagesoheited.: ,
r L, fibs! Indian trust funds 1C; .being '11n.tuod'lIt twS__.maa .varw vYN.YV VY.VY0f.1.Y.'v.1'ShVA. your
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\S the time-' that, this, wasa .
1 ibodjof!! procuring! money' to pay thesetliiiry The publicgtiou'irr the Metropoli publicans or negroes to rote,,, in my 'Addnn.VBANK. COMP: J. B. MQGiKLEY% & CO.
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t expenses until Congress,, should Thursday to t tliS 'ffect that: the Volosla judgement) the State committee will, not 144 Bvaoh pis : f:

make_ a proper appropriation.The ': 'Co nty Dj'mocr'a ic Committee' intend recognize the primary and I do not be- I "

State raised p considerable amount to 'lest through the; court the right jievftho, that ,Democratic party l 1& inulUor"o AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAC.G.vonSCHOELER H .. Strictly First. Class
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x -ofrniouey, besides,the,$132ooooii: !i like Co'mpit! Cbe'supervisor of regilltratlou tor l tolerate any such actions, ,
r a b. !iiuls from,oilier: sources! lh: moneysvlere'also V'sicr! '( 'voter (II"" uui l for the' ? mary: AN .OMISSION" MADE. \, ''Iii

;!; paid out for these military;,purp r election ttaecaueedoo: little 'talk l In. thla ''-'As'to the provision- for reglsteratiout, ; HouserFurnishings: ,,

at; } ''fe:. ponlllhfe. c. clded;tb t't no registration can be bad,'liaw, prepared by, Mr.; Wolfe, :Mr.: and Jeweler Drajperies, Window'' Shades, :"" i

Troy many years bills have been keptjjly"JL'i lbe,''old'.'Str'aIKbtoot faction In Duval Kehoe and myself under instructions I '

>ufor Congreae; by tlie Florida' OelegaJf county will bive'arf -advantage .because I from the':DetnocratreState Convention 1, 'W ll Papers: ),

b.<' .tfon( 'to settle (these account, between. the' 6F the fact that they got a yery fall provision: was made' requiring the: sup. ARTISTICIINORAVER. I ,

'l'* United! Statu'and, Florida: ..arid sccnreihia bgb'ttationht'CbeStatecapital electiontlieJast ( jrvlsor, of registration to open his books ,' .on ,, Wickers, JapaneseI \1
.balance due the State by the.eorernrfientlft3v ; lilme' tbf registration[ \ bopka |pr the' registration. of voters on "tbe \\\'OOD or METAL I'

| favorable'' fepojts to have been ,:,Welet4tent, nnd tbe opposition faction,In Seventh, :Monday before any' primary I I and Enamel Goods "I

4 tlti)>iidtfijr'pPtJUnltt)>> I } S'on, these,bills\ and! i lit* county did' ,nof register{' nearly ao election, and keep the books open for PARLOR I'
Freight Prepaid Dade
'such bills have, at different times,, passed fully. iwo weeks at his office and 'in, each In ZAPH BLOCK, Anywhere in County ,

v each"in'enuboiCongreubntbtve'yeve! : MR. ,\RRS INTERVIEWED: ,election'' district the ]lost.t, ree'day.,; tit Nut dour Smith ofSEMINOLE- Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH '

4'' pheaed'both'6rauchesatthesameaeaslon: : A lr trC folh, reporter called oa J.'M. those two weeks but.this provision "of HOTEL 1-17. tr "

,ry i a-Ti.4 J therefore n'o"inch"bill ever became,ai Barra',.'.e 'r tuy of the State Democratic the law wed omitted in the!'primaryelectioulaw.tipaspedbutspecifia EntranceWESTfPALMJJBACH,- <, ,

i r IaWa' "' Campaign"Cp"; : : ? Hf\ e eX.nd inked him' ;-1 vro- FLA.. a.I v'sa -----_.",- --- st stCRAYONS. <
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;. :M, .;;' It I33: fin ,astoT_ Congress wa"s passed what he tlitdigli of tlie) proponaioii.(); andif vlfrion'''vra made in the primary election Brnerienofld,' tfnrkmftn. Cleaning and

. to'raiser the accounts to,the Secretary' of be bad seen the, action of the county i'!'aw", that the committee, calling' Rapatringskillfully done. 'e-lu-tf O WATER COLORS. | )

,. .lI.V.r;; who\ was_at thai time Robert Lin'in. committee. In Volusla county" -Mr. Barrg i primary,which in this case Is tbe State ..vvvvvvvv7vyyvvvvvvvvvvv.New ,
I .., He reported.a Jorge- balance due raid (:committee should have the right to- 6x

f\a iheuteofFlorlda. Congress made no .'! have seen slated in your col. the\ 'terms and conditions upon which ELCN RD I. RESLER !

provlnion for:paying it. however: and in. umas that ..tbe'County Committee of persona should be permitted to vote. Idea in 'Truhks. I n

1889" by.,let' .of 'Congress. -, the accomitg. Yuluaia ,county bad ,decided t to bring '.When.____.......the., 1_ State.u. ..._.._,committee____ t__ _met___.'-L the .-:. .f)h w L""' wa .., ....1i _, '' -
to, tbe..Secrelar, of, tbeoI %S -- -
ere'lwfernd .n w. -
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suit In! the !courts to prevent the supervisor olnvrlaluuroe M.M.J*V V V bl )JJI.i, tG::: il' e
aaut'y Hrf alad"reported 'largei fia> { of registration from registering the registration ot new voters, .k 7 .Lict. Y
S'a ue the State of Florida theUniteutetatt especially those who have just come of CLEMATIS AVENUE
? by] J persona, for the primary, election! .. ,and i.
.. that: suit Is ''tabe brought to-'test' tbe age,, was universally admitted, and on i Opposite Masonic Temple. ,.
omnibus claims :: that account the State committee provided :.:' :
The: ,bills which: ,baa \egaitjf.of; ) ( theprovisionsn.the} Demrv

> passed both::the. House, and Senate andnow cratic call authorizing regjslraUon' til that there should be a registration t'M West Palm Beach B1a. s
.. of new voters on the tatb ,13th and : $
"I:',':' t a alts the signature of the Presi new voters, both does not seem to me
:X1,4 rdeit cerrleawhistit.nd amendment introduced pos 'that'tbe Voloala county 1- t4tli of Jnue,,,and that this'registration! ; ------.-0N i 1ti vv11 eY 1.

," J. .;.". by Senator; J. P.: Tallaferro,' Jiittee! can seriously contemplate Ouch should be made by the supervision 'of 4 ,

,>,1',\ ,'( which'pyovdes"f, ( (**1' setHerrient} ; of the: '\\aL;?, itofypft ycerg/afiitou/ 'I ski w ihat registration In the event of his, ref> '

..... !5ccqiot I ) bgtween the pulled gfates..$gv.rr ? raon.oprogedto\ ( .t the",priuiary-\ ; system ftisal, by such;other p rsou'aa might be tirruNnu o. G.'A. G- C9TRFLII. r
nient nfidttp state of Florida, I ,in yarlo'uj'; parlabf. the: State' are usingeve'fy"potisible ilenlxnated! by the county. committee, OMANGONIA AT.-.wb 1.
\'ha. original amonnt due, the Side of meaua to bring,the prl- and this provision< to which {not one,' B

Fl llltl{ 'by'",:tbe1-United States go erniBieut mary'system Into dlnrepnte and ,to cause word of objection: was"mad 'at the ",r. .
was |6i'.9j4. which bears inter- trouble in the first primary, in the State committee meeting, ''was unani C.' C. CUTTRELL-31anager. "J

cut W( 7 per !cent;<\rroin January I838, hopes ,.that'they: ,will, thereby destroy mously adopted, there-being no objectIon The Stallman.,Dresser. Trunk Shipwright Caulker and Spar Maker.
?, 1Iu\l..-p.dd. The interest to the present the primary system in time so that they raised to the provision from any ke reeentsl'aaew, ;:ld l .tt III trunks II i I. a '
':, time; amount* to |3ia,868 08, and' the the In fur the Source, portable: dret.liiK case,with drawer instead oftre9r '
can prevent primary! ?: gut ; ': :lace fur everything, from II hat to acollar MARINE RAILWAYS x
to1 all amouut of principal and interest nominatloA of officer., including; OTHERS' CAN REGULAR VOTERS buUtiu,and the bottom i*as acrculble M ,
IK 1,074.801.08.. Governor a/ld United gtates Senator, andtkaowtbst ''No one Imagined that the State corn- Hlllpprd rhetop. C.CwiU O. Di no with more privilege than good to box examiue.trunk and'Boat '
w mi tee coiil .'' Two-tin clamp; ; ,los illuitiate Shops.IWest Side ,
Thut of-the United States government In tbla attempt to' destroy < compel the-supervisor!' ; of catsiogus of Lake,
*r : against tbe State 'of Florida I U for the; primary system tbeyare not bes!. registration{ to act, either; officially or F.: A.'STALLMAN: : I at MAN GONIA.

v; ijj'ooo of Florida bonds, wtlb ,ac.crued taUhl'abelut) taking any steps no matter Otherwise, and they therefore,provided S8 Went Spring'Street: Estimate :Vurnishetl. on New or Old Work. r
interest at cent ho absurd be but I \hat if he would not'a :that the county (-I-I irr tIOl.CMIHJS.OUIO.Brelsford Veiaela battled
7 per pea annum they may ant out and taken care of for the Summer.6r .
from. ',N vember 97i; '1873 the data to really ,prised that they aw-meeting committee could name oine,!one else to Done

which Interest was paid by the State, j itJ .aucb. little success in their "Ilort i., act and no one Imagined' that the re- All Work With Neatness and Dispatch.

r' S mounting la all, principal: and interest, gislratiod ofJune |ith, tjtti. find I4tb !Bros SEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY.. \ ii-i-oa
_WltERE OPPOSITION COMES INV would be an official registration,
but we
to Tblsfleatea f678, a 08now'duejueH .
i96.no. ,
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"About cue-third of the delegates to all knew-that: t.i would"j-e bluitjly a Heal! Estate and Insurance --S ,
tr ;; State'of; Florida, by ).he ,
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fbe State ..opposedto registration ooatoatoatokoKoatoKokortoKoatostoatoRortoatoKostoatokoetoa
.' United States lest Convention were party for tbe purpose of that 'w' tor.o_ government.
f >"'y\\i <, Toe State has another valid ..claim tlie primary system, but knowingthat : primary.' W."would'nol kuqw) ter'Ute PALM'' neACH. FLA.' | .

'r. agaInst the United States government, they were In minority they'made adjudication by a dozen, court any bet' Truscott. ; 'BoatI'f'g Co. f

l ,; ., ;, being 5 per centum of the net proceeds!! no fight against adoption of the plat, \\tf than we do .now, tbat'the, supervisor Notary Public. Cottages to ,Rent, Jf CONBTRUC4'ORS _
cannot ,' Vr c- OP OI
form"which was"unantniously adopted, of' registration be forced<< by .
Ii' the
Of 1 Ul)? sale of f la.od.\ w'tMo. gtau..of. f PoitoBIc Hulldlnir,North of Ie
ploiida, as provided by an actor CongrebS and Js.ltnow that ,the objection being legal process to register any one the .l.l\101. Pnlnnlaott Botol.MonroeilOFsey's .. I Grade

". S.-. approved ?larch 3. Is.,,,, w.bCdI' : raised to the Democratic can U Dominic: Lath, ijth and '14tb of June Of 'coune, High Pleasure) Craft I
admitted from the sources from whetice''-c 'uie the if no provision bad been made for tbe It '
a Florida was 'Into the ,tToiou.No o o
: \ .' 'fsrt of this money has been 'paid by opposition:'to primaries In the past. ,1 I registration of new voters the tame : & Shavfn! Parlor Vapor Marine Motors. x

I / ,.._.__. n..II.t1..__ s_;.*--aes.'env.tnmentl'd-.-- _---.c---- ( the! know. that'Mr., T.. A, McDonald chairman people who are n.w complaining about .*tv_..'J.:'**>"wij.......U h..a._.: ;.."...._...:.. v :-T.. -D.-., C.-. Mf1DT------TC.. .--C A..e>-,- .'. yao
Stater' : and the stint now due the.. State of the nude county1 committee, .tal I the provision having been made would Cooper tUdlStaudB o ,

amounts to about Igo.ooo. The devpartrnenW : in favor-of permitting Republican. to 1 have been vastly more vociferous in ST'liER'VICg: and It West, Palm Beach, Florida! 5ojioiiottoMo.ioMotiaeie340iioteofco3i4oMoMofcofeofcoMofeof
vote!in Democratic ,p4tnariea.apd: the their complaint] about the injustice to P&oMgxATTENTION 0
..at.;; Washington bare, withheld eleuient'coutfolllng the Votusia>county young voters and In their demands for r-t4.'try ?...., 1 o3sols.olto x t
claiming that as the
this
:; money ,
S. commiit e.1'av9; al.._aya opposed primary a new pteetlngfof'tbe :.State committee\ :
4 the amount held by
State the Indian has not trust paid fund; ,the moneyS .jlrctions, ,or auy other kind ,pf to make such provision There Is no .WlI: : +;ARTSQN.ILw ; ) I

of the hottest elections'but' I am satisfied thai one id the State of Florida,who wishesto X i-J'M...: '.. 't t' t
arising from the S per centum f
S h sale'of such I lands could not be paid.: they cannot succeed in their effort. to hold a fair and honest primary'' el* TAILORINC- -.., It, > .. BURTON COE GO. <

When' s Iletllewent'of accounts be. I break UDjthe; .primary: system; now any action; who.doesnot know..,or wh.O! will I .rl
,more.tha01, they, could prevent)) It In not by reading 'the call 'issued by the la All Its' Branches .
tween ,the United' Slates government: the Jacksonvyjei:, !) convention, of 1Bbo, State committee know. that "Such a primary Gravel Roofing. Concrete "
'of Is made Asphalt
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and; tae! State J anr:UiforumUhut la one county "in{ election 'C l.D be held under: the ,---w. ,

..mnl W/., lt'I! batance'due>> ctlall' I W"I this .Slrlr U:;ton.y'element'l I* the Party State inmlUee's-csli; ,, -and tbat buch PRESSING, CLEANING i i
there ,\M be a the Stale of be" This Company, after
doing considerable
will :
contemplate voting negroes who claim: primary befd.exeept in so far work for
PlurWa nest: ; nearly(from the J800 United nom ,State'.. go"ern-, to b..P.frl ocrts-hr I he primary on as those who do not wish such a primary DYEING AND REPAIRING RfuDouald.MOGulre Mr. llamej' (nge"nt! ; for Joseph Jefferson) "
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f It,: Th."..mone>ifecei ea by the State of July J5th fur, Ute, purpose of, enabling may be -able In- acme places to I Mayor Whllldlo, Dr. Miinyon\ W. P. Hatuhett, Anthony
I Fl rids born the Indian war claim la thNrconntytorca.L.l' enormous vote, defeat l it.:'''++Jacknonville Metropolis'. : |II I Shop on Oliver St. West Palm Beach Brother and others) will go away for the but
for)i money iactual }"'paid out by -the as they have only a eomp.rattveiy.mall' --- present will be
State to .uppress Indian hostilities in white Democratic I In county KNOX HATS-staudard of the world : : back to 'complete contracts. for, work bere and Miami, in .
d Florida prior to l86r.I ben ,paid Into vote the : ; D. M.GEAURIDEAU'; AUGUST. rr
Any one desiring <*ark of this kind
; i and I know }bat other de"latic.aa'rro"i -oat ANTHONYS Baoa. would do> well
# ,the belI..bject\i Statereaiur, to Legislativedispo.ltiou.WbetbtrtNwill f the Detiiocratl; call ar'e.con(template*' !,in .. .. PALMS SHAYIN& PARLOR, to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonville

\>> be applied to ftodoCtioD oilier ',;';uutie. 10'.the, State but that Walkover" Shoea' .-; ANTHOHY Bmoa.. Flrut-*_!Tonbda- work bf the'! 'or Tampa'. Oar'prices are reasonable', and alt our work
of i the bonded debt of the State or reo -- void Uclluhl. Ie
duction ql? taKeS aut be determined ,by they wilt succeed i have no Idea, and la VOUJ{ G'S U.TS--alne: better madeat SHOPUNJUU\ HOTEL rAtVS guaranteed., I 11

by the Legist lure. such: counties'.' a& do'petmll wblu R.- |j.o. 1'1'liOKV'! Bftoa.. e, '"t*... rain n_ *,rig. ..... .East Coast Work;) Solicited.


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{ ---MIAMI { PROFESSIONAL CARDS. tablUhed la 1836 l incorporated In i /oa f. Urolvsl'reatdont' I VICD-FrpxIdfl: \ : '
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GOVERNOR JENNINGS
; Bank or'Ba. IWonil, ,
t : Capital Stock<
it TROPICAL ur, :I!., ANNU. Somers Brothers
The Post
THE SUN Was Interviewed by .' ; Company : '
.' ATTQBNEY TLAW.OfficeFront Capital $50OOQ .
I In Havana.The i
j \ While PITTSBURO, PENNA.Commission ..
S'",+I' once lu Antliouy Avenue KltK-k Twelfth C. Street near Room; HatalwtfBilUdliig\ ,. Ave D, MI.A.MJ: : : '" .. I TTJQLT1A: : ::

f M\aml.\ Florid"*, '- 8-100 Merchants
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Gov rnoiCSays that the Citizen are
L S. E. DAWSON. MANAGER I
Intalllg-ant but Inaxp.pl ne.d Id I rLQWYEB Wholesale Produce .Dealers

"i :":,' nubyorlptloim" ., adverieetnente! and onlera for Affair\ of Governmant. j R OBEBT R. TAYLOR! '- .../ 1
Invite consignments I from Dude County k.be eTTN6 EAST COAST OF FLOftfo 'I'GIdg; _
Job work South of Port Lauderdale received at .
7: i ,I, y( thia office. ., and Southern,, Florida ol Fruits, Vege- 1 I: is. EARAbisE./ REGAINED." .
: Governor Jennings of Florida, just \ tables and Produce, promising prompt e

;I 1.. MIAMI. FLORIDA, MAY 80, 1903. before leaving Havana last week gave Office in Postoffice Block' .immediate sales at highest returns Fitlaburg, prices and ? iMay ,......00 .

f ; : the Daily Poat of that city the followingintervlewt MIAMI 314tfH FLORIDA" We refer to this paper, lencllnp: Dade County I I FLORIDA EAST .COAST RAILWAY. ""Q J
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t' A SERIOUS SITUATION. uhlppera. PUt burg! Riidotlierwellkiiawa :
and rril'tble sources of Inforiitntlon" nit to our
The Democracy of Dade County Is "I think it Is 'wonderful the measures F. ATKINSON financial atawUng;and b".ln"8IIRethod..

: hr face to face with a serious proposi- which:..re tokenjfor: the protection of the i LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15,1902.NORTHBOUND$ $ .,

i health of the city. The sterilizing plant ATTORNfY-AT-LAW '

'/i ,..r tion.The County Executive Committee which yon have In the harbor, capableof NOTARY PUBLIC S. H. RICHMOND, Agent SOUTHBOUNO-RiAO DOWN. -fitfAa UP.,

disinfecting one thousand passengers a MIAMI FtA. No. 39 No. 35 No. 78 No. 32
9r d'' following the advice of Its ex-chair daily with their clothing la the finest In 1.1.16.1'1'I I i Perrine Grant Land Company. Dully Dally ,MAIN LINE Dully Dally '

man, sfnnJs out In open defiance the world This la but one of your /-I ISO. A. TPOIILICY. UEAI ESTATE. 00 P 0 0&0.. Lvr. ... .. ........1.. ..,..J.r 7 20 p a 1.oap .
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'1'1 ::1 and by its action)//of last Saturday great methods of keeping disease from .... CUTLER. FLORIDA a 48 a Lv.....,.............50Jankanville : :. .I.v; vJ" 51.: a ;&
\ 1 \ ATTORNEY-AT-IAW.. -4-Vtt 10 p1086a......... ... ... 8e.Augustlne..4... .. ....r.... I 6o p t46aaT Ii'
threatens to issue to the Democratsat your city I 40 p 11 21" .. .. .. naatinga........, .. .. 11 p r lc a a.
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f ; t their meeting here tomorrow, A Gov. Jennings wan asked as to his General. practice\ In Statft and Pederat!Court. YOUNG'S HATS-none better madeat 1p { 18 P.... ... Nengnr...,..." .........,... inp SP2a: S 1
of the people as regards their All bmiiueu entrusted will receive< call for primary to be opinion ANTHONY BROS.
a county govlib f.i.oo. ? Ai. oal" 87p4:..................... .Dupont..n":4. : .,. 40ap
erned by rules in direct conflict with capability for self-government and he Office Brown Building, Ava. T> and 18th o lal' 01S" .... .. ... ... ..:.ormonrt.J.................:....:.. 43 I' go : if !
8t.ot.MIAMI.. I 0p 8p.' .: ., .:....:..... .Laytona..t.. ....... .........,.. Ill> p21a ,'
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those prescribed by the State Committee said: FLORIDA! Famous Morsehide Shoes-ANTHONY'S/ <<*, 80 p IS p r..,...... .......... POI'b Orange. ......'..:............ 11 v II I. a f
I If "I have met oC.the citizens of lOOp 43p.......,.:..........'NewSnyrna. .............? a Oil' begs.
.c' to all county primaries many -------- ...... I oap........ .... .Oak Htli..a....................:. asp ., "I
,: : govern Cuba daring the short time I have been '. ...... .f7"................:..... Tirnsvillo. ...................... ......1.... 0"
,:.'..;;i to be held under the party supervision ...... a I' P ................... .. ...... ............... ... :XP ......
here. I find .that they are intelligentut a ...... ...,...................Rookiod .. 0 V 0o II
St .i In Florida.! affairs ... ..:... ,60'elp ... ...:......:.ELOOalll0..j: a I' ..,....
of Machines
Inexperienced In.the gov.'rnnent Pianos Organs Sewing r< ... ...... 05p .. ... ..:. ....M..lbouruo... .....t ....... ia lip ... ..1
; : The Issue Is a plain one: "Is the but that will have to grow z G ... ;'. 4 ,p.,.......;....::1..4.6.,.. //jAb..stlllll.. ...... .....I.......... 11 SOa.....t.. \ ,
I \ 0 .. 683P., ...................... .S& Luula ........ .............U041 0., ....
will of the County Committee the vitu them It is easy) to govern oneself I sell direct from the Factory i .......64SP .... ...................yorbpieroe..........'.............. 11 .. :...\:. SI IIC
lffJ' The Celebrated Schubert wltn MitudoHu ...... ...... .... ...... ... .. 10. & ......
l r ; : ; ( supreme authority the Dade County .nd I believe that they can do that after Piano Attachment, :lI ....... GOO p08p I' .:. ........,..........WhltnOlty...".......:..........:.. Ia 8'A....... .I\\. t::I .!
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Democracy or is there any allegiance acrlficing their lives as they have. 1 I The Conover Pianos the Cable! Pianos. 8 ...... /OSn...''r. .............. ...,.lId'n.: ........................ .. ..... If...
The Kingsbury Piano*, U e Wellington Pianos ..... Up......... .... Janson._. .. ..laeln. .... .. .. r
due the State Committee to relieve they are well educated and well The Chicago Cotta e Organ, in twenty-nine styles.At a ...... If p ...............:.:.:... Btuart. ..:::..:........:::.. 10 HA ....... .0,11:0:: M
N!! ..... a, ......................Hope Mound.:..................... eSre.0p. ........ ,
r.: whose bands the State Democracy in equipped for general work, but they theVery'awent"" Prices and on Liberal Terms. 8 ......1 p .......................W..b Juptutr ...................... SlOu.pt ........ co iIo:
I nust be cautious and prudent until they Catalogue! and prices I'orniimed on Application. ..... 'Op ....................JuptutrWeatPalmBtaoh .................... s fll......... (' i
'N convention assembled in June 1000 ..... .811 ......................... ... .................... 88"a.........
familiar with their new duties Machine ...
t entrusted the matter of calling primaries laconic Old Instruments,Taken In Exchange o<:: TB3 Celebrated Singer Sewing .a.. ...

for the next election (the one vhlch have been thrust upon them. Needle and Attachmeuta fur all kinds of S..A.I nor Maclilnon.. Mall-' Orders will'" reci-lve ...... 900 ...........................Miami......................... 6411&......
; "In President Palma they have a good prompt At centlim.COR. BUFFET PARLOR OARS ON TRAIN t) AND '&
about to be held) to the State Committee President, and they have a good prece- A VI!:. I>.ANJ> llrl. ST. -if flTT1 .
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b' in the words of the 22nd lence to guide them. We people of the R-tt MIAMI vLouinA_ U JtixCxUlxoOIMT. BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

1 \da. sectional! the State Democratic plat In i ted States;' have enjoyed the prix .

form which reads as follows: leges of a republic for one hundred and PAI.A.TK4/ AO> BAST: PALATKA.MATPOBT .
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I 'Wi i Section 22. "We believe that true wenty-five years the' principles of KB01WTER & TOLEY:
3 No. 87 BB No. 63 No. 40 No. S Ne, e0 Ne. Bt No./0
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and in Tailors
t Democratic principles require that vhich are taught in the home pally Da llyD.IIy Da114y _8r41:1/,1.: Uaf y N7 ; llafly Dolly Dally

I the people consulted in all matters the public schools with precedents The Only Tailors in Miami Who Mafia Up th.wn/ Goode" p p 136 p Ill I lei a 50 ....... a st ta...,... r 6 0 p a 1 Lp
rod example everwhere of the ben- 00 00 4S0 sea StO&Ar ..Rul Palatks.JcLv 60as 06ah 4as 0 00B
; where practicable and that they Itll ,
fit to come I from free institutions Our work is firstclaas our prices are n-asonable. Also agents for Wannmaker
L) 1 directly as"" possible, be permitted to .nd yet the first principles of free government & Brown's superb merchant tailoring. Come in, and see, our, samples and we'll BHA-CTOH. r.-
make known their wishes. Wethere been sell you the goods. We can either make you a suit, or order you one from out of ELI :
favor the nomination of all have never Improved. : town just as cheap as any one else and will guarantee the fit and quality. Lil?: AMIy $TATlcNe.: p y D.ilp pulr
j fore but have been used f unda.on '
I t candidates for both State and \pun\ as a Clothing Cleaned .Pressed Scoured and 'Repaired 1' P vr,", ..............Jaakaonvll a..S ,r..,.,,,.... a S a j. D
office on which a great nation has been 98 Jsoksoavllje..,..,,.,,,,.. A IT. g i y Sip
and of United States Senators 30 }...,,.,..,,.....:.Lv 48 a Il ,t a t0 p
;; county milding. SIS p 305p1oloSLr. ... AUautlo B auH ., ,Lr so a11 oa 41p a
URONOWITTER
& WORLEY
v by a majority vote in white "It may be found that there is more t 30 8 f0 iO S6 a Ar................ Nay rt.. ... :,Lv SS a 1 eb e 80 Ir ,

Democratic\ primary. elections held ranger to be feared from those who are MIAMI, FLORIDA BAIT :MATiO; BKAJSfOH.No. : .

'' under the provisions of law which he best informed on government affairs :
bo seek to take of an Inexperienced BY No. 45 Ne 4e MA BI
; shall provide all possible protection advantage JMUy I Ua.ly 8T4nOIrI. Delp DsUy f m

1 against; fraud bribery intimidation and new republic for: per. Biscayne Lmnbor- .Hul.Supply Lumber 0 1 a Lv........ ........ ....w.... sae Fa.iatka....................'.'."..'.."..ArBAITTOBD p y
R+ and other vicious influences said sinalgain, and from the inexperiencef [ ,Co. Lather _Ie Bes Ate' :. asn' Mateo..... ......................Lva so. g 4
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those engaged the making BBAJTCH" } OBLNOIO CITY '
r primaries to be uniform and held vecutlon: of the 1 laws In this it can be DRICK:, CEMENT LIME PLASTER and'' HAIRi. Sole Agents for Warnell Crates BBAXTOH.

throughout the State on the same MIAMI FLA Pnstnfflc04* i Mo. 11 N.. 8 No, I No,! Ne. : ;
tfadily seen that it would 1 be better to Box ..6 O J. A. CONRAD( aid'Manger pal l) STATon4. NoDaiU Dolly Dally BTaToz. 1 1 r'tv "

r day, and we pledge the Democracyto ave an officer entirely inexperienced t f.tf s v, .,,..,., laud le.......... i' p :5101 a v. rpvrna..Ar p Dalp': >' .>t-,
the passage; of all laws to that ban one well versed in governmental tea ry,....,.... ,Mim..Lv 0 p 41 p it sia Lv.Lake Baton Lv I6 p 40 B'T t'
BseaLv. .........O.teon..r.... ...Lvit68a 01p1811aLv.OranlraCity Lv 46p
end and to instruct the Democratic ffalrs who would betray the government _
2 KoKotokoKoKoKorostatolKoKost o >o o O Enterprise 400p114/aArOag.OltyJALv104Op 30
,o" co to toitot coa RoKOStoK .. .
0 Sanford. It W
State Cornmittee'to' provide for and nto the hands of the corporations and a 1

superintend the holding!: of and del rusts. x These Time Tables how the ttmei at which trains may be expooted to arrive and depart I
"The of .1 A I xx from the several atatlona, but their arrival or departure at the Urnoa....led.. not iruaraatood. '
principles republic
III;t primary flare and elections certify the whenever results of it shall such .itnple, pnd are very a easily followed.are very I Special .nor.refrom albs the Oompaar bold Itself raiponalbla (or say delay or ouT oonaaquauoaa arlulni I ,...


become necessary by end of term, t requires a patriotism above partisan- Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at MI Vona. '. !
hip and above aelf-Interest on the partf .
jr death or resignation; or otherwise to f the lawmakers and those to whomHe i Bargain. 1 JUIITWJJ1"{ : MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.SOUTHBOUND. .' t
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elect or appoint any such officer. administrative and execntlve au- .' t
NOBTHBODTTD.t.r. .

I, Democrats will think hard before horlty is given to maintain these prin fc"o .Mlama Mon Woda ..................11 00 p [,Y.n"T."a,'fu"..'J'hurll.... ,
consenting be led away from party ciples. The loyalty{ and patriotism of I A 7-Year Old WhiskeyAt i Ar..yWeatTue..Thurs.................IS8 I Ar. }("yW..t.T..... Thur...'.''..'.''..'','.'.'j.,... f1 108!It' 1
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Ke a.ffuea.T. y 53p Lr.ey ........ ... ,
moorings!: and unquestioned party 'his people has been well tested and teo Ar.. Havana, Wedn. Fri............"...... 1\ 00 A Ar. W.WTuee ............';"...... 00 R f
$2.50 Per Gallon 1 ,
established and I have confidence o "
!. authority. every For eopy of Local Tln Card addra any Agant '

that they will see to the interests and 1CV The 2 :J. D. RAHNKH, Asst. lien Fa .. Agent ST. AUOTTSTrWS.: TLA.Baltimor '
;t public welfare of the new republic first 5 :. ;".
Mayor' Report. 10-Year Old Whiskey ,I''
Crowded out of Went Palm Beach Depart >and if they do, justice will be done to V Best .2 '
ment. the citizenship of the fertile and beau. o '
V At $4 Per Gallon .
Mayor Bnrkhardt has issued his weekly 'iful Island." o 0 : i.1 ,

9 the a x "
report covering municipal progress 0-0 ,

of the week ending May J4th. COCOANUT GROVB CLEANINGS.! These :Prices Include ,..: ."(1.1(
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ati This report was to have been presented ._,,.- ._ a c Jug and Delivery 5A o roR. ". ., r",

nt the weekly meeting of the Council on Miss Agnes H. McGuffey has gone 'Richmond W.shingtoa ; ..!

r, Tuesday evening but on account of forth north to spend a few weekll with 5X Phll"delphla Boaton Atl.nta ,"w. ,

there not being a meeting it has been ter mother and sister at their summer o V Cash or Money Order Must Accompany,Order ., A.hwtlle. .... Oha"anooll_ L.uI..UI. .

held over. :amp at Holderness, N. 11. K o 5 Cincinnati St. Louta Usnaaa CUr ;\It. ii

$ The report is as follows: Miss Flora MacFarlain founder of tleHousekeepers' V o N. B.-We have the. neat Imported! and 5 Detroit ClovelanCHlcavtfo. Pitt.bu...., '''',. ty'r-

To the Chairmen and Board of Town : V Domestic Blackberry Brandy.. ..te.Z5'5e .
Club is still here, a guest o !
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6'3' Council. Gentlemen ,j"
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jf Mrs. Peacock at the Inn. K 2 :
f I herewith present the following report o :,\)" ", '
Judge honored Cocoanut Grove te MIAMI BAR ;
Jones CLUB
QI ;w for the week ending May 24th 1902: ., r''
with visit the other -
a day, being a It
The marshal reports the town quiet guest Phone No. Mietmt. Florida .
.)f Air. and Mrs. A. A. Boggs at their q 93 ,
;r.-. with no arrests during the week. okoSto7loSaoSto7soiaoito7toigo7tokolso7soitoSloTgo o'Bo7oo7so7so !
beautiful home, View. >tolgoltoSto.
Cape
rp"! The chairman of the street committee SOUTUfRN RAILWAY .

\:>t'' lias not been In receIpt' of any rock duriiiK Mr. Paul C. Ransom is planning a

1j/fx :.t the week although the need Is ur <
i : ''I,: gent. >10 his camp a large new building with a 'Fc.tt1nitttt1e ROUTE, OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: ,
,''i I The scavenger reports having thoroughly 'luge fire place a new boat house and ,, .

1 ,I l cleaned alleys, I, 2, 3, 4 and ". :istern are already on the way. Mr. THe SoutHern's Palm Limited '

j,n. Nu complaints, from this source during Ransom himself with possibly two mLe Large Stock

g Sg, p :,\ the week. friends intends taking a trip down here : Small Prices The WasHiraj RlcKmon pnd

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\ 'ii August ,to what 2 Floi 'da Limited
!, I am pleased to state that I have arranged see our summer Is

for a systematic cleaning( of the like and how the'work on his pIece I.rogreRAlnll. is I Good Goods THe New YorH and Florida E cpaeas

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streets utilizing the town wagon from OQ .

t, y 7 a. m.' to 12 o'clock noon daily depositing Mr. Manning Burbank, of the Red I SPRCiAL.ATTENTION : '. TO-THE EAST \

v'I the refuse at the foot of Fern Mill Orange Grove is just back from p : OO GIVEN TO K1811. uroBrs s
C THe Chicago and Florida Special
a ; Street where there Is a great bole that Bedford Mara where. he has been since ,

eventually would have to be filled al [anuary.. .Uodertaklo In all Its Branches. The Florida Limited '.

''a great expense to the corporation. \Ve Capt. Simmons has bad Iii. stone,wall 70 THE NORTH AND ,WEST.
}; thus accomplish a necessary work with milt up and gate pouts set, thereby adding QQM jGq EDWIN NELSON Miami, Fla. ,

''f no addition cost to the town other than a great deal to the appearance of his ,.r.-3"

ordinary street expenses. Arrangements ilready attractive place. Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Ctacfanstl, via

have also been made to have the Visitors to the Grove who remember '- Asheville,,through "The Land of the Sky"
i young plants which have recently been Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated i i.
Laura Richards of the assistants
one at
planted in the Park watered daily, thus WILSON & FLYE connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast
'he Peacock Inn, will sympathize!\ with throng
Pullman
insuring their growtb.Respeclfully Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dialog Cart on all
ter In the Iou of her oldest brother A trains. '
submitted --DEALERS IN-M.-
fond, and baby sister Mary almost on
Tr (Signed) L. W. Burkhardt Mayor. he! Her brother Ask,for Tloktts via Ssoiktr*.Railway Csmspodues. .slioited...
same day. was accci- +
t Groceries
-.- Staple and Fancy
.4 lentally killed. The Richards. family !.

Any one in need oK the very best ire pioneers of tlfe Bay Laving come H. P. CAREY, Ha. Paw Aft, JOS V. Bay St.., JclavCU, fit. "

quality of job printing would do veil toctll are nearly fifty years ago. FRUITS TOBACCO and CIGARS
9 \ at the office of the Miami Bureau of ... S. JL HARDVIOC V. H. TAYLOE.

The Tropical Sun. We have a fine line You will be sorry if you wait too long General Putcngu Agwil A.'| Cml Pew AfanJ t

of samples and will guarantee satisfactions Fbe early bird catches the worm and LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED %! fI ,oa p:' ";: :: fI"d-A': Y WilnctDo C, ,Atltata, Oa.

; : and prompt delivery. likewise the first comer gets the first lots Ja.naa.ry: 15. )90 -

.l' --- .., cheap. Townley Bros., teal estate deal- Avenue D., Near 14th St. MIAMI, FLA. r 8k
po yon read Tb. Tropical Sun( ? : rrs: Anthony Blo tc. ream


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Links of Local,. News Picked' up, 'Jury Recommends Him to the ..........................................,t4+ sa
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''I" ,4 BrIer Mention or Current.Event Oatheped ale Aged Father Collapsed When the Verdict and
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.'. '...../ ,', ./,, During the,Week., I. the Circuit Court Dooket. : Evaporated Apricots, 15 certta pound ''' :
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4'' l ? "' : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound :
1 ] Robert H. Seymour, of Kia iuituee,4a The trial of' Jas.) O. Williams, .
; on the : Evaporated Fears, 15 cen's pound
:\ the guest of J,,idge Worleyi charge of murder the first
In degree for i
J. ::4] : Evaporated Apples is j cents pound
r !ii:4: : : Mr. J, B Clnptou left Wednesday. for the killing of Mark D. Bart1 son In themouth' Evaporated Fins, iai.centa pound '
'tr .., Etttontoo. Ga., for the .umnl f. of January last occupied the>I f',, i ;Big line California Prunes, 10 eta pound i, A

Mr. J. M. Caldwell of Ilia Japer Newt; attention of the court for all of the lart Fancy Layer Fix, ao eta pound ,
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It of the hardest
: Mr Kirk Mun roe, of Cocoanut Grove, was one Tough : Good Sun Dried Apples, 10 cts' Ib5K : ;
'J'will pay'o'; ;; : tow ..: called on Crlemls here this week. I legal battles ever seen In Dade county, pounds good Roasted Coffee, le.QO : t

every point being vigorously contestedby : 33 pounds Best Flour, '1.01) :

see .our line of home Mr. Saturday Freeman'from Burdlu Bartovt.college.'din la \expected!;/ both State and defense. The courtroom i 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, f I.oo :: R
was crowded to its fullest capacity S Gallons Oil, 85 cents '
,' George O. Sullivan, of Cutler, fain during the entire trial, the last few 3 cans Milk, 25 cents :,

Miami this week In attendance' at ,days of which were consumed by argu., i 16 pounds goad Rice, |i.oo I

court : ments of counsel on both aides, there ..................................................... ,
Mr. T. T. Reese, a prominent citizenof being a targe,numb r of ladles presentat

> West Palm Bench, waslu/ the city this every session. C. D. '
: STRAw 1 week. .. The arguments closed at five o'clock LEFFLERMIAMI.

AN1tJ' ), Mr; W M. Brown returned Monday Tuesday afternoon, the court then adjourning Twelfth St. Between P. O. and FLORIDA
r until o'clock
( evening from a brief business trip to 7 at which time
.
Titusville. Judge Jones delivered his charge to the -

i"i'!> ', : Mrr P. D. Davidson.of Savannah Ga.,. Jury, which after a abort deliberation, The
< Store
"' ;: J returned the verdict of guilty of murder Surprise Bargain Sale
wall amon'lltbe business visitors to'our
HATS.3 town this week in the first degree, recommendingthe
prisoner to the mercy of the court. e
Tbecurbingat'etreet corners, which Before Judge Jones#; had finished his -FORMonday -

p.ie in ami places'! had become decayed, i* charge>, It was quite evident that Mr.\ T-

being rene", ed. J. Williams, father of the prisoner, wan
r 1 The i schooner Pride of the Sea, Capt" succumbing to the intense strain under May 26th

1 Knowles 1.l1 lu from Plantation Key with resting which he his had head been upon for the the pant table week and, ,

a cargo of pin applea.. trembling violently, and when the jury 10 Yards Scotch Lawn i ..
:\vhlchwe.nre closing .:.at,_ Captains'Shaw and Spencer, U. S. hull returned 'to,five their verdict he collapsed .48

: and boiler Inspectors, Inspected the Cityof entirely from the trying ordeal 10 YaraVCalloo .. .. 48
... and was for some time In a very critiCal
Key West Tuesday! condition, requrlng the attention of 10 Yards 4-4 Unbleached Cotton .69
: The hot weather of the few daysIs physicians, who were compelled to
past Lawn
10 Yards 25 .
.
: : : I administer chloroform, freely to his cent Colored $1.78
(' .. .. ",. ".. .. reminder that there is n place that unstrung Quiet ." '
GRERTLi': nerves 1 75 cent Corset .. .
I ': ... U hotter than this ?he case of Waul H. Ralne, charged -, ? ,' .,53.. ,
1, ", ,o.' ." "' : .l\ie'sars. B. H. Dobtef and S.' B. ):pea'n; with the murder of Walter Hatch was 2 Fine Undervests ../ ",' .33..,
taken and the securing! of a
up jury was
.. >; i trEi5"Tj. ,27-
: Saturday on business. bauated with only ten men in toe jury '
b01 if, and a fresh venire was drawn 1 Pair Good.Hose -.9
Mr, Henry Dyer, a successful\ plueappie -
.. 'n| the meantime (the case of the 1 .. .
grower of Stunrt was among the visitors State vs. Ceasar Benefield, charged Good Eed-spread .87

wvr PRICES to Miami.this week.\: with as.sulting with' ( Iptent to murder, I Bargains in. Embroideries, Laces Silks, etc.
Today being: / pecoratlon :pay and a\ was taken Dp and disposed of the jury
in
bringing a verdict of aggravated
legal l holiday, the bugness) bouses of assault. '
xiMONIES
Miami will close at |} m. for the day -. It is understood that the attorneys e. L.
IJ. for the defense in- the Williams case
Messrs. S. Grant, J. G. Fenno and' .
will appeal the verdict. Proprietor.Beautiful
L. Tenbrook, prominent truck growers -...-
MI of Delray I are here this week attending --
I Going( at It Right.Mr. '

iJ court. i W. N. 'ul1. who has been largely l 1:
/ Na
Tne Admiral Dew y./Ca.ptall1-j |
4 t'c' tug interested! .tn( ,various enterprises?: both
"- :' : tot ,
", pol-oo Browaf-?,- put iii'Tieri! Mbhdrfy location for hotel or roilftanctt Bitrvbln In Improvoil, hiiHlnrai ;
here and West Palm Beach, well
as aa ,
Blltiiiil] ,
in tae
and left rrniitlnff Bay In :Mlninl, Will 4'
Annual Inspection, Tuesday property pay HO
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(la Key West has just purchased (lust nil 11th .trout 1X0 on A.
t Palm Beach Palm Beach MiamI Coastwise. some nun. A" ISO feet. Thisleer pro Is. perthe cent on InvcKtmont. din bo
ninety-eight( acres of land on Key Largo: nuur ItoyJtl I'ulm liotul, jai loot had at a bnr/'nlu. It Hold In the.
tlon. R. Hudson Burr left Thursday part of which Is already cleared and from.OO.Hotel 1'iirk. B....LlUn.t next thirty day.. i ,

r on a trip through the State l t then\ -: planted in oranges, lemons, limes, etc ,

|erest of his candidacy for, Sate Railroad and expects: next season to engage in ooooooTOWWLEY
a '
Coititnicsloner farming quite extensively tie expectsto

M Ra". E. V. and II. P. Blatkman put in about thirty acres of tomatoesand

returned: from Tampa, where they had twenty acres of pineapples, and is BROTHERS

Auiholl rS SI1U j S Are Sllant been to attend the meeting oi the State contemplating putting in commission

Salaameq Horticultural Society. either a schooner with auxiliary power, REAL ESTATE AGENTS

Judge'Minor Si:: Jones went down to or a large'aeallolnlC yacht. Mr. Hull is
.v.uu .
v. o. Cocoanut Grove last Friday evening and one ofthe'men, who has made money MIAMI FLORIDA '

''P AAl1AWAAAAAAAAAA' AAAIAAUAAAALIAA.W was the guest over night of Mr. A. A. this year, having cleared between }4," R4
/JIiAA
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Boggs and family at that place. pop and) |S.oop on tomatoes and other 000000
gytiy P vegetables and ban still some fifteen itVb
p ---- Major Prank Gordon, accompanied by
: acres of watermelons to come in yet. 1r
his nephew, Mr. Hugh Gordon, Sr., Bnrirfiln 'In Oratifftt OrovA In the
In conversation with a Sun reporter vfalnlty of Miami. Slue HcreA In,
was in Miami Thursday, having sailed .. ..
tract FIvtfocrtiM In .n.'I,1ooI'rnv.
WADDELL : he 't. /
Hulf said that
next
Mr. season' was ,
/ 4 old Small, Will '
down from Biscayne in their cat boat. yearn cut LaKtI.
going to'try the experiment ot raising --L:; par UO. per. ...ot..n lfivHttuj<*,nt. u L
Mn 0 1 Prof. J. A, Alle \ who has just closeda argnla at Four Thousand l>ullam. -
under shed, and irrigating, believing &
:....S .N..................N..... successful term as principal: Miami's that the added yield and certainty a ,

: lublic\ school left Tuesday for his homeat results,will\ pay for the extra. ; expense rent,whrn liny 'o have
doairabli businew
Why can
: : Fine list City Lots, desirable Waterloo;S. C., to spend the sum and attention. <(/*" : from: Tuwnluy pay from I: liron you MinitiU nloecottutroi erty In Minml improved and uniin prop.* j
r J70U.W to fiuou.oo on
Real '
.
mer.Work I _e_ easy terms proved, for anlo on ea-ty terma. r'
I on our new jail is progressing LARKISS'.bCALS.
| Biscayne Bay fronts ; rapidly, the walls being well up on the 1 .
: Some reports have come in this week:
second story, and it looks aa though we! I
Estate | also :Fruit and Vegetable: will noon have one of the best jails In of sickness this locality, but the diseases 1 {
be
IAw. ;' ; are supposed not to dangerousDame
he country
... rumor has it that the most serious
; ; Tracts near Miami, Cocoa- We call the attention of our readers to symptoms are those of a matrimonial Tomato Wraps and 1

.. .:.,.... > the advertisement of .Messrs. Kronowttter nature and it is said that there will be ,. ,

; / "andCollection GroVe and vicinity improved &Worley,' which appears in this two or three'weddings at Larklns beforea Crate Nails. -1':
nut .
'. ; ; jsue. These gentlemen' are well knownIn great while.:
Dade county, and are reliable.
;g It is Mid that several new houses are
;';; ; and unimproved, Large numbers 'of pineapples are to ha built In this section in the near I have Just received a large stock of Tomato Wrapf,

| elug> shipped froth 'this section at pres- futare, plaits. for which are now 1>being Tomato .Picking ltaslcet, Crate NaiU and Vegetable
r F \ suitable for residence or inAg''ency ent. While the crop does not employ so prepared Carriers. I purchased early and purchased rlght.and

.. i many people as does the tomato crop That which !greatly Interests\ truckers It will pay any one in need of tomato wraps anti nails Ito

still a large number (And ,profitable emloyment just now" U the receipt of the checks for see me, or write for prices, before buying. I also

; vestment. > In handling the fruit. their. last shipment of tomatoes, The carry a

Mr Jaa. W, Smith the traveling tomato business is now practically a
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I4>...*..*. agent: of the Germania Life Insurance thing of( the past as far as this season Is Full Line of General Merchandise ;

Company ,of New York, now has his poneerned.

h Phosphate and headquarters at. the Everglade Hotel, The work of road repair goes along AT LIVING PRICESHUDSON
Miami where he 'will remain some steadily under the superintendence of
l
_. Grove Lands time in the interest of his company.at.. I A. P.;Carter. Some think that he should BURR
Orange
have the rock used In the work ground
w, ,. ,: The steamship Faults, Captain Thomson somewhat 'r. l Little River Florida
On the West CoastAgent in from Nenvltas, Cube wall inspected
4 i : thU week by Captains Shaw and Capt: laden: recently purchased a fine
,
Wind Mills Chicago Spencer, U. S. Inspectors bulls and new horse.
for Armour & Co., Fertilizes, Chicago. Aermotor boilers. and after'loading 45& head of The cool drinks department In the

? Solicited. cattle left on her return trip to the same. store of our postmaster and' grocerytmn
j'
.: Correspondence port Is refreshing, convenience during there FRANK W. STANTON & CO.

Ofll Over Bank of BaY Blsua. MIAMI, FLORIDA prom present Indications Miami warm days, and it la very liberally pat.. "
'' ,Avn. D. sad Tw.lfil> 9trat"m ., can boast of as good summer' trade ,.a rook d. 4 .OUR SPECIALTY. I '

'.,,,_.,_.__.,__ __ any town of Its sUe "II,. the East -.-
"n Buy Your Clothing of the clearly proving that there I Is COAat'1 The P. &0. steamer Tarpon which Fancy East Coast Tomatoes
tourist trade to keep thing has beets tied up at the Miami terminal
'
No other town Ins' Florida bas a Letter dock for some time, is being loaded with/
CLOTHING MENOF chance to become II city. piling and will probably be1 ready to 14 Vine Street. Philadelphia ya,
PIONEER
Adjutant General Foster Inspected sail for Key West by' Saturday, whereher

the Miami Rifles last Friday,putting the cargo will be need t DADE COUNTYSGhnedrnan boys through their paces ,in. great shape, dock at that city' 'Capt. DruG of the

The boys made a very creditable ahow- Key West will command and on the re- GROVES LOCATED tUles

$Cohen Ing both la regard to drill and condition turn of the Tarpon her crew will be 8t Stanton, Terra Cela, Fl... Armstrong & Stantv,.Palmetto ]Fr.
of equipment and wi are justly transferred to the Key West and that Knox & Staaton. JJuionU. FU.

r: ,..n.t' Miami, :Florida proud of their warlike appearance. vessel will, then proceed\) PhlladelpliU. rtt7


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Tills TROPICAL' SOW, WEST J,ALM BZACH, FLORIDA! FRIDAY' WAV 80 1901.:

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:iI', ;: ',: ':> i'/.," HAPPENINGS J.'etetaburltlast The shipment week of mackerel watt fifteen from,;hundred Bl, NEWS OF THK .. okokokokOktlkoslbltokokdYtoiroat" .. ".' ,' ,,, rl .. "'. .

', ABOUT THE STATE pounds. OUTSIDEVORLD allta a i PAUL C. JONES W. C. !..t' NICK
It
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The Bond Lumber Company owners o ,
\ >f the golf grounds, have discovered a '
JOJSTES &
t MINNIGKBuilding'
Paragraphs of Interest Concerning Items of Interest Boiled Down and .
Ine deposit of shell on the grounds.: .
::' the Great State of Florida The deposit has been uncovered, and Prepared for Busy Readers. i douse Built ? j I Iw I>"" ,

.. In General. .beUla now being hauled from the pit. Record of a Week., 'd
there are doubtless other deposit in e. Contractors

i' r and near Dc1 sud. Tweuty-four year I THOS. J J. 6RIEB i ii ,./ -'I' ? "J, T>, ..T.' ewd 1 t""" e.
The water melon crop Is very beavy the Mount Felee, Martinique, continues to w 'r4"1 ("" _' 'r r. 'ii tj'tyfS,',' ,'"C" "
In the vicinity of Ortaudo.t' I tgo clay was discovered beneath sur pour forth volumes of laud, lava and "
; Port voted ace 611 the Huchinsou five acres, near fashes.' The of Jlyers ban
town
he university! athletic grounds. There s Contractor | ,
?I'' )13,000 for a. water work nyatatn. Tomorrow will be tbe last ands:therefore ,
e little doubt that beneath this clay ; Employed, on Our Contracts ?
The peach crop in the vicinity of De- les a valuable deposit o( shell Just the closing day of 'the Charleston | )and Builder f ,: (' !

Land is begloniug to move the first where it |III to be found, the editor does exposition. r; ',.;,, o : '
shipment of twenty crates being made not know but it lies somewhere on this Abe Wit hemp, a white murde'rer.. ; ,was 'I'It *0 WEST PAtM BBACUi2aot FLORIDA
last week. The grower are sanguine of his tract of land.DeLand News hanged by a mob at Paris:s Mo..,:,,early o Jg prepared' / lo fill your order, g a tt| 1-

.. 'i .. ", good returns this year. Sunday morning, promptly and in workmanlike gv
.While W. L. Bunting ,was having! his
m : ; The Democratic County 'Executive Tbe next meeting of the Presbyterian -
; packing house cleared oat Monday morning manner. Estimates furnished.t o?
Committee of Lake ,has decided General will ,be held -
] r county Assembly ; ,v.at, .:Los o. JV
+'; '. to allow the voters in the primary to material to make he room found for a a car crate load" about of tomato half-I Angeles", California. .. 4 ,' I v on construction work of every, oJf ';
I G. W. S.
a I "Tote direct upon the question of a dispensary full of sound sweet oranges, that must The miners of Virginia and West Virginia description, g BELL
or no dispensary in that county. have been called out la .
'
sympathywith
have been there for at least five months. !
.
i kin ', The merchants Quincy have adopted One of the packerslynot having euough the Pennsylvania sttikenhv .inn, ., g Contractor Builder'r.

)i I. +;.r, ", the early cloning movement and It will fruit at hand to fill it, probably pushed A mine disaster at :Ferule, British Columbia i- West Palnr Beach, Florida and .. : .
4P 1'1 i, go Into effect on and after June let A tbe box under the bin intending to finish on Thursday of last 'week, If '' ,

I q\ ,.' provision Is made that if the rule isvlo'aled the job later and forgot all about it, brought death to 'probably one hundred iloilol1o11ot1o11011olaoleollosaoteoAo-a WEST' :PALM BKACir'-, FLORIDA '' :.: c

fill ll'I,1 1"" I':+t' : : the offender must pay a fine of and they have lain undisturbed ever : and fifty miners., 'Tim, erection and repairing of BulldiiiRt of nil descriptions given personal' ", 2.
\ 1 \: $35, this amount to be donated to tbe fire since. The oranges were wrapped but The General Conference of the Methodist attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS; FURNISHED y

::!''t I ';,j, department.; there was no lid on the box, as it proves Episcopal church, South,7; Iii"ses : ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly ?
'" A C. Dittmar done. References given If desired. ,
'd Hon. William Jennings Bryan, who that oranges may be gathered, wrappedand sion at Dallas. Texas 'has establishedthe "
: J !, 'I" lg, accompanied Governor Jennings and put away in a dry place and\kept order of Deaconesses. DBAbicn IN Completely Equipped for First-Class Plumbing

;,'\ r' ; ';; party to Havana, addressed two thou indefinitely.-Barlow CourierInformant.There LhzbtoinlZ struck the Ice house. of the '-Rough, anti- t.RH. Residence on Evernia( Street, near Lake Front't." P.; O." Box. 361, ;.-..J,' '..... ,

l k r {14\ and people at Gainesville last Friday,on has been a gradual sblf'tlnor'/( Boston Ice Company at Milton,, ,N. H., Dressed L cunberr. .
;, tbe homeward journey. Col. Bryan the Industry from the lower
turpentine '
Saturday night, burning twelve' houses
spoke for over an hour and met with a Virginias through North and South Car- Shingles Doors Sash, Blinds, Wnt1 4j
six of which were filled with ice... The a ::
t\\, Splendid reception. lIna and Georgia until at the present loss Is$50.000. fully insured ,' Mouldings. Brick, Limn .
i i A cargo of Florida iron ore will be lime Florrda is producing 'more turpentine and Builders' Hardware. ? ;-

',:\ I hipped to the Reading 'Iron Co., of than any, State in the Union. George T. Bruns, an examiner of ac- PORT PIERCE a FLORIDA House Built I ? ru
Insurance -
counts for the Equitable Life*
l \:; Reading, Pa.' This ((3 a result of the Jacksonville is the present headquarters r ',' .
I ti careful analysis of tile Iron ore that if jf the Turpentine Operators' Assocla- Company, shot his wife and later killed LIGHTWOOD POSTS s'\ >i.""
if.-'f : : F r" found in immense quantities in Volusia .Iou. In Jacksonville is published the i himself at their home In' ;New" York II 7' Grant Contractor?and Builder, le l prepared : to gives Ytj w,
l l i 't ?; City. Jealousy was tbe cause. ", First Class Lijghtwood Posts for prompt service and work :|V"
satisfactory to need
h,;', and St. Johns counties. This may open ifficlal organ of the trade. And yet the : nay one a
,l,t'!> l i !f up a new industry for Florida. jactations for naval stores Is dated from Five hundred meat delivery teamsters Pineapple Covering Address and other'purposes Ing anything in the construction line s 'r y

J'" Another consignment of the steel savannah and Wilmington, and the in Chicago have struck for higher wages' Call on or. address

rails purchased in England/!: by the Louisville narket price apparently fixed at those and shorter hours, and as a Jesuit'tetail H/, HOWARD-- H. T. GRANT
r :' aiij Nashville Railroad will arrive ilaces. Wilmington does not producer dealers are without supplies of me t:1 'Se6atlan. Fla. I

i tiers In -June on the British steamship, handle a tenth part of the naval stores The strikers threaten to 'call In .. 66.1902 WEST PALU BEACH. WLORTDA. lti :,

.I, Mid Hell am Castle. She will bring over Candled at Jacksonville, which Ia fast larger organizations in sympathy.A ,

a full cargo. The British steamship mperseding davannah as a turpentine tenible tornado raged at Union. S. I I. 1 '

'. Jenny will also arrive here In June with :enter Why is it then! that Jacksonville C. Sunday afternoon," caused 'by, the

{ ,j a cargo of fire clay.-Pensacola Journal toes. not figure Record.in the market' reports.it. .-- meeting of two storms. Several build Build ,Houses_ ::1; J. M. M. BReKContractor :,
"y The annual meeting of the Florida Augustine ins were blown down four persons ,

t i. Horticultural Society was concluded at What Is claimed to be the largest spec. were killed, many were Injured and' the Move Houses :'II

', :- Tampa last week. A great deal of interest ,men of a basking shark In the world.as property loss will run away up into the ; L Buildings Handled i ;
a ; ,Repair Houses : and builder
washed ashore the
"' was taken In the selection of a recently on thousands. : on CommissionPlans
.
N ,J''{ meeting place for next year, strong 'each at the Hotel Ormond, Florida. At a Georgia camp meeting,' held at Shop work, '

!;',. representations being/!: made by Jacksonville This great water creature measured 18 Wesley Chapel, Mount ,Gilead /campgrounds J 4
:1, l: Lake'.Clty, Pal atka and Miami eet in length and weighed: over3,000 Ibs near Atlanta, Mlllard Lee, the ,Repairing or : and Specifications Furnished. '

A ballot was taken with the result that .nd was 5 feet wide across the back, on son of a well-to-do farmer, shot And lq. Dock
:, f.''" Miami I was selected by an overwhelming; vhich three men could lie In an out- stantly killed Miss.. I.illa Suttle'a'young Building.Call : on Application I r
.treched line,. while his tremendous
I (, majority.; woman nineteen years old. Thes awful on or address D WEST PALM mUCH FLORIDA
.,, I The Pensacola] Press says that tbe mouth could take iu the body of an tragedy took place just as the ministerhad "
,' British ship Vermont, the first of the Overage size pony. The shark was a finished the benediction. : M. J. Y ARBOR UCH
new South African line of steamers to .pecles of the Indo-Pacific: basking shark, '
The official court' Wont '
findings of the martial Pnliu Beach f la.I .
t ply between Peusacola and South African nhablttng the tropics, and has never -
which tried L. W. T. Waller
lefore been seen in Florida waters. In Maj. JAMES H0LL.BYBUIiDER r
has her ,
of
.
ports completed
cargo and Llent. John H, A. Day of the ma- ,
its varied colorations it differs marked-
timber and lumber the Perdido t
at wbarl

( ;l'' /' aud will complete her cargo at the rail- y from the majority of sharks being island rine corpa.-for of S mar executing without, trial natives, have of been, the ''I I _BUILD_ HOUSES L.-' .. d '

I : nad wharf, taking on one thousand irnamented with buff spots and stripes made public. The reviewing authority _. ... PUNS AND Sp6CtrECATZONe'Pt obr"APPLICATION .. w! .I" '.
u head of cattle and probably a number of in a dark ground. The mouth forms I .' ..
WEST PALM BEACH, .
ot the court Maj. Gen.Adna R. Chaffee : ; ?
'. horses and mules.A yearly an oblong aperture, and is armed i-ii-tr
commander in cHef) of G. A. KUNZE VLORIDtJS
American
the '
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with bands of numerous sharp teeth. ,. : :
correspondent of tbe Jacksonville forces in the Philippines, has expressed ; '
There are only two of ,these shark
on
Times-Union and Citizen that for Contractor and Builder Ia ; "
says not :xhibitioa-one In Paris, the other at disapproval of tbe court's findings; good_enoughor_ ,
runny years has there been so great a both '
cases. PAROID
the British Museutuf latter being 17 l'. Specifications on ,Application .

I present demand for hardly houses a clay in passes Orlando that as the at feet long.-New York Fishing Gazette. _There__was .a. general:: l. ,observance_ of P- O. Box 3, I rat htllte men are not interviewed by ..a.Devastatea -.. uaeen victoria's Dirinaay in ivonuon 3-210/1'/ - -- -,.. ..-. ,::1r;

1-- ,at least one bouae-huuter. Sometime St. Vincent Saturday.ment offices The were law closed courts; the and pupils govern.of, yea will l 'find thai .f} '

the number reaches half a dozen. And The latest new. from St. Vincent is the various schools had a holiday, and' First-Class R 0 a F I N 'G ,
; 1 1. ) J* .
I best for
1 the worst of It III the diffiulty of securingany contained in a dispatch sent to Ad jut. there was the usual} ringing of the church ." yon. ,: ;
kind( of a house to meet this dernand. ,
ant-General Corbin from I
Captain
Hugh
bells and firing of salutes at Windsor j
: J. Gallagher, commissary department, and at the military and naval stations Blaeksmithing The dpocIUcatioua for the work which the Weather Bureau Department ; I
H. K. rergnson; U. S. A., via- dated St. Vincent, May 24: It sa>'s:- There were special observances of the bas to view at Jupiter, call for PAROID ROOEING; I
tel 1 the Florida Agricultural College "'Area of devastation St. Vincent about For and '
day In Australia, Canada, at the Cape can olwayj be eapaplea prices write,
3}\1, jTuesday on a tour of inspection. A twelve square miles In northern extermlty and in India. ,. obtained.gt the
:" careful inspection was made of all government ;;'population of this area was 8,- new ehop'dfJA4ES GEO. PADDISpN. EftU qalUp :Flft.3X36380DCC$7 .
t property in possession of the ooo, of which 1,600Iost, their lives; Sir Julian! Pauncefote, of Preston J 1.1i1-U "

i r, college, and Captain Cox was highly( remainder escaped by flight to Kingstown British ambassador to the,United States, MILLER _. .-.Cjlp '
4' i complimented upon the splendid order and other places., No such died at'the'British embassay, in Washington '

in which things were kept. An inspection overwhelming] castatrophe as at St. : at syo o'clock Saturday morn. ,
I, of the cadet battalion was made in Pierre, yet many people to be sustained ing. H. had been ill for a long time, Clematis Avenue.! West of Railway. TO ALL INTERESTEDPeninsular "

t; the afternoon and the captain spoke by the public because' many escapedffttbout and while his death was not expected at I
-
i, ', comp'iuientary of both officers and men. anything. This condition will this time, his friends were not unprepared Iron andRepair -THg1----

Captain Ferguson ia stationed at Eg- not abate until volcano which is still for the news. In the early morn
mont Key.-Lake City CitizenReporterA active, subsides. 'Second eruption oc- tug hours the physicians saw that the Work

destructive fire visited Green Cove curred 18th, but no additional damage patient was fast losing strength, and A Electric ConctionN ..

Springs Monday morning, laying waste wrought. Supplies of all kinds frcm fearing he would not live till daybreak, -S. ._ Specialty jlp ,

t .'<, a large portion of tbe town. The fire, Dixie most gratefully received, and aroused tbe family, who were With Lord COMPANY '.f'" '"':

which is supposed to have been of' will, with what is on hand, provide for Pauncefote when the end came. Geo., S. Hacker & Son .r ?ur

:1 l' Incendiary orlin.started about 12 o'clock present population for three ,months. The reputation which.New York enjoys NOW open to the.'pat'ronage of &the public of .Went.": -. '
In! t Wilson! house Lumber for rebuilding is asked for Beaok and vicinity.( '
r i Opera block and as being a city of vast wealth Is not ,
"., ) vurnea. Ine operol uuu.e. lOdge. roams. Notbloll.. Is known_ _. nf__ anY_n, Hlattirfianr__________*_ -At- .-.n.. h..I.III.d--.-_.._--. .....-.... .__-V.__.._..' ,U'_. .L'D"_ TI'r.aauaasu:. __._'_ .1.IUU/Ja.CUC1.IO...___.___u__ 01_. ,AU. .. .AIDOS... ,, .' "
A. A 'Warren's drug store, !Master's meat market outside of St. Vincent aud Martinique.Now department of taxes and assessments, \ "
d the that has been ,'ADD una ton, Call ll.ll.,JBargrlar nevi Flr.Alarm Britain a Spxil<y. .
postoffice Knight & Taylor's emergency met, which has been issued for the first .
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atom< tile residence of C. E. LIfJ'ord], the would advise sending supplies gradual ter of the year shows that tbe'as e8 ed.. ALL' woRK OCAUANTKXO.: ; ,, ": 'J':v ,', .'

Spring. Kirk's saloon and then went ly, and only after inqury has been valuation in Manhattan Is over f 1,500000,000. ,- Olllcei, In' Jeffereon" Block,; : s10.18t'', ..
across the street to Canova' made, as a great "
block, and quantity sent at once The total assessessed" valuation .
P. O. 891. West Palm Be _
Fla.7t'30C30E
i' tmrne I the crocker store, Slbley's un.i might prove more embarrassing than of the five boroughs is $1,3000,000,000. cbr .

i dertaker's shop, shoe shop C. F. Law's beneficial. Stores on Dixie well select. summary of personal assessments was, t'v
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.l residejc;, D. D. Swarttey's store and ed. In Manhattan, 13,004,869,916, an Increase .r )' ,
several large warehouses; also L. E Secretary Moody also] received the fof- of over $3:50,000: which more than -
i'' Wade's residence. The loss ia mostly lowing cablegram from Captain Berryof offsets the decrease in other boroughs. : BOND '
) covered by insurance. the Dixie, dated St. Lucia, May 26: MANUFACTURERS OFDoors & ,BONP COMPANY
freak
A remarkable of .
A d. match; from Savannah says that 'Dixie discbargiug remainder storesat lightning occurred Sash, ..
I r' President Samuel Spencer of the South. Kingstown, where most needed. in Montgomery county', Virginia .Blinds.A2ouldings I, (INCOUPORA'J'ED.I $)-
Tuesday Frank Kester ,
while f
era Railway has confirmed the Provisions now on band for several I MANUFACTURERS "
( report a -
months. driving, overtook Mr, and Mrs Akers -AND- :
:; Lumber moat needed.
that the Southern has Volcano -
purchased
and child. '

,, '. rod the Atlantic, the main Valdosty line of&which Weatern extends Rail- refugees active.well In No hand damage by authorities Care ", of child la afoot.his buggy He A few took, and minutes Mrs.Mr. Akers later Akcrs lightning proceeded and BuildingMaterial,CHARLESTON, S, C.fOf" I I LUMBER" LATH NQ' SHINGLES' .

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U Valdosta,Ga., to
Jacksonville, Fla., struck the boggy, throwing; the I Largest Factory South. _
'I" HO miles. It connects at Valdosta with, J. B. Duke, president of tbe American ,
woman and child Send for Prices Flooring and ,,
from Brick
,. I one- side and ; Siding : Ceiling 'Lime
::, the Georgia Southern & Florida a Hoe Tobacco Company, has placed .rl'_._...... ,___.. .10_ _.L__ ___._ _u.L.... ... 'p and Cement.
uv. .u"" v."r an. "" .rlnK rasa ......... ..
Jif? ,, ., th.3tba3 been owned by the Southern orders in New Enilandlor, machinery vehicle over the roadway, Mrs,,Afcert -- -----IN, STOCK .::- -
r: Railway for some years. There has for a million-dollar cotton mill. Mr. '
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J.i. :;;';" been a rumor for some time that the Duke's plant'will be located at Great was Krster holding when an umbrella the bolt struck over ,herselfand WOOD 'woonr! OFFICE AND YARDS '3.1.1902

4'Y Southern owne 1 or was interested in the Falls, on the Catawab river, In Chester down the handle, leaving a short passIng ON F.' E.' C. .RY- _
: : Atlantic, Valdosta & Western. Its County S. C. It. will be known
pur. as distance above ,Between
her '
hand; amid striking ,Poincetta St. and Worth.w
I. chase of the last named line may be followed Erwin Milt, No. a, and W. A. Erwin of Keater on the beck, burning' his collar Stovo Wood.Dellrered ,Lake .
by the establishment of a service Durham will be president. The Dnkea and
necktie In
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r to Jacksonville via the now own in the South two. It then passed to .Any,,Part of Town. '
Georgia Southern enough valuable down his back, burning the flesh, tear LAKE' 'WORTH BOAT'' '.. '.
; w & Florida. The total mileage of theSouthern's water power to run a million cotton his WORKS; 1
spindles. J. B. Duke Is quoted as Ing shoe heel off and leaving a mark .
r 1', new purchase is 155 miles I ing that the only way to effect a trust say of burned flesh the entire length of his Leave orders at Wood Yard, on Cle- A, ,. T., KOSn Proprietor.
Jt: .. The owns valuable terminals of Southern matte Avenue, near the railroad track '
company mills is LauDchu.
to
put op enough body. Keller was found} unconscious, Yachts, Salt and Flab Boats Bow
t address'J. Boati
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tf or : and
at Jacksonville, and It Is said that these money to bny them all ont. In mill but later Dlogbyt +
A'ti : terminals are what tempted tbe South.M I circles there Is a rumor that tbe Dukes recovered.. Mrs Akers and '' .l Built to OHer Overhauled, Repaired! OJ. Hauled Out. t"" '
] her child were- but T. SNEL'L.pnOPJUKTOV. ,
!" ,ra," are considering the question of effecting slightly chocked, 't' Boat Yard. at Mangqnla. -
I, a merger on their own account.: aDd not seriously Injured .
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;p *I.'j.'f'. 1. \ Tn$ TROPICAL BUN, WEST PALM, : BKACB, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY It'), 1002. : .r I
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selves to conditions existing in the tropicrt -i Palma are being sent out. Among/ tbose
CHAIRMAN M'DONALDHAS ) and who know how to "work,, Jfaum- who have expressed anxiety: ,' as to the Stop Paying Rent I

ica can support a much Iwger/ P but that population should be la in the Island and who have spculthe'l '

of the proper sort men who will| cultivate lives there. They chafe at the dejay, of Per MONTH, with only 3 per cent ,
RESIGNED I the naturally fertile soil, producing granting relief by Congress through tariff $ 5 Interest per annum, will buy s

In abundance omy the bests quality of concesntons. The revenue receipts of
n X those products that Jamaica iff capable the Island is f 20,000,000 and the expen $1,000 Home or Loan

of producing. ,, thereby increasing the dituresangoJuoooannually.: Tbe ue\, NEW AfctJ' OKidlNAJU PLAN
':( W. A. FILER MADE HIS SUCCESSOR 'export of the 1 Island which this colony |government hag pledged the payment or I The Standard Quaranty and Trust Co
of Great: Britain Islands IB so badly In the Cuban army In order to prevent! Internal -
Capital,Stoic:, S100.000.OO RoMirre and Coupon Fund liin.OOo'
need of. Although the banana (Trade trouble, and this pledge-must be

: I with tile IBI&Dell. a vlituaf\ monopoly", fulfilled. Both, army ,and bond,, pay WM. F. ARMSTRONG} Jr., Hibiscus Hotel, Palm :Beach,
\.'t,; Interesting1 Session of the County Democratic t ,I.ExecutIve ComJ" ,there In no doubting the fact that I it baa,,menta ore waiting! for,; those who understand Agent for bade County, will toll.you.all about It, Write him.

;,;:t ; .;*. ::,' 'j 1 mittee 'Held at Miami Saturday. Another, Meeting. been (he very salvation of Jamaica, bat and realize' the obstacles to be '
,.t.- ,> ', ,', I the banana Industry benefits but a com. surmounted before I a prosperous goy
:" '4:::,';:' r"':,.>* .. of Committee Will be Meld To-Morrow. .. parntlve few whilst) the fruit companies eminent can %)e expected. AH are at When a., T-r ''a

,'lJ',: ; I '" -- .. ... !' who own anti, lease and control their sea as to the proper steps to be taken to :

: : : : own steamers.. ., have become Jmtneneely',, relieve the situation. We WriteA
'' : meeting of the Dade 'county committee' to arise''lu.a spirit of wealthy. *1'1 I .

, .:: \ "n'be'adjOlrl1ed: '. v County Democratic Executive Committee independence to. the authority of the If Jamaica would encourage that I I EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES (6.oo and
btite<< : was held In the City Council Chamfer State Committee and 'prepare ascall of thrifty, Independent class.wbo would $7.00-finest made_-at ANTHONY'S (ie "Fine... Insurance! )Policy

a( ,I' Miami on May 24th. their own, 'adopting just such, regulations grow and export: their own products.I' -\'
? Minutes ofjhe! previous meeting were mid restrictions as they thought more eoco' jlI'ea'ent"would;{' be offered i l'j llcV U carefully and properly

11"eadby Acti4.-$ecretary PC? ler.aad emi} proper. Thii the Cotnnmtte proceeded to steamship"tompaniee to trade with I rr, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ,. written ; that your !loss, if a fire
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call showed all precincts represented by to do. the Island,. but at present there are only should Ofuur.' will be promptly y

commlttcemen or proxies, except St. The call of the State Committeee was two regular' independent lines-one ply C.fHILLINOWOBTU: OKO.a.nUYRIa'CIIILLINQWORTIIdtt paid. You can't: afford to carry
tucle PrecinctNo taken and used frame ,work ween"Kingston and New York''I 1 your own Insuraace-nelthcr can
Prcclnt No I. i, and Ojus up as the lug \Vet ; CU11UII5
8 for a County Call the provlHlons being and the other; touching here regularly II you afford to go without. Call .and t

yA -' :J.;A. McDonald. chairman, announced altered "to suit the exigencies of the for Southampton, although a good I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,. talk it over? wflh) us. t

w his real g.....nl-'..In-.,. ,ua.- -a mAntKjtf----,--.* ftt the C-'Atll.tuittee --._orraatnn," The- brat vital'change' was; monthly service Is in operation between West Palm Beach ,- 'Jb'la.
J assigning,. IIl-health as lbe cause, the striking t o- ; of that qualification of Kingston and Halifax.! My experience'I la,31
and the Committee at once proceeded to candidates and participants the pri in growing and exporting baa proven The Tropical Real Estate(Exchange
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s elects;: 'Patterson, of the firm of Graham marten which requires former parly profitable and I have every reason to METCAW

; & Patterson, legal attorneys of the affiliation, and which in the State Call feel grateful and see before me a good ATToRNEY-AT.LAW. Tropical Sun Block W. I. METCALF, .''Manager
'T.'TS:"C. Ry., to fill the vacancy in. the reads as follows: future. Coat of transportation is Got NOTARY PUBLIC.

+ Miami d precluct. 'Who, If .they voted at the general] 'excessive. ,The freight on a box ,of Will practice County,State and.Federal oktottokoltoltoatostoroatortoKoatoatalaoleoslo7eolaa7eolto
Mlfy' W. A. File* offered a vote of thanks election held next preceding such primary oranges from Kingston to New Yotk I li Courts p aolaoltoltoE k ko

lor past services and an expression of election, then voted the Democratic '.30 cents, from Kingston to Halifax 60 LAND CASES A 8PHCIAVTY.omc.lnTnoPicui.8CH: *

'''r ,,, ; rrgrelatChairmanMcDonald'leatgnaop ticket, National: State and Coun cents! .and,Jo London 50 cents The Block. o G. G. Strohm
Non, which were put to 'vote and ty." -- passage is not too long to ship orange, West Palm, Beach Dude County, Ilorlda Company |

adopted. This regulation was wiped out to en pineapples and mangoes, all of which I

'S*">Adjournment was bad until 1:30 p. m.Vto able the Republican contingent (which, have delivered In'London, England 4n H.n. SAtrNl>EK9.Tr.,

notify Mr. Patterson of his election, comprise. the main strength of the'Ex- 14 days In, perfect-eondltion,. disposingof I ATTORNEY AT LA W. I FAMILY GROCERIES I
t that he might: be present to participate chairman'sfationtocome) In and enjoy them at prices far la excess of what I '
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,In the further deliberations of the meet as usual, the festivities Incident to ever was able to get in shipping from. Corner Olive and Datura Streets, r

4 (ing. the making/ up of ar Democratic ( t }) Florida to apy.of our northern markets 13-6-1 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA o Fancy Food Productso

l At the specified' time tbe Committee ticket. The government of Jamaica lacks a'r

+ / f reconvened and proceeded to erect a At (the suggestion of the dstlugulse! 3 every principle of business in consequence A.J, L.EAVIS. o
permanent Chairman. Messrs S. L ex-chairman they decided to strike ou of which the island U poor and Grain and Provisions. 2o

l'.tttetmuanti'W. A. Filer were nominated the words "in writing" iu the pledge nearly bankrupt today and should it be A rJORNE' and Y-AT-AW NOTARY PUBLIC., o

and,Mr.:: Filer was elected. required in, 'case of challenge: by any I suggested to the proper bead that they !
the V. 8. Futility Guaranty Co.,ol JEFFERSON BLOCK
On nomination of Mr. Filer, Mr. Pat elector. appropriate $5,000 or even |iO.0o0' per cental Baltimore, Md. tfo

erxon was unanimously elected Secreta- The next matter discussel wa that of year to advertising; the island most thoroughly Office at corner of ClematlH Avenue nod Nar o 0It

y "of the Committee.' .tohlr'tlonand: when the Committee they' would any '-"no funds," and clwiui West Palm Street Beuih.TT over. Htrohiu's cure, 1-4-1901 West Palm Beach, Florida.. o

?Chairman Filer,announced the pur round. that the County Supervisor .ol if sufficient, money wan,even available I o a -.-ego. o

p">se of this meeting WAil to issue n call Registration stood) ready to'comply'with they, would consider it the height or UltANNINO, rAO7soAokioSf oieoieoifo7eolsoleo7soteolso.o7eolsoleo7sottoteosoilo7sotl oJt.
fur Democratic Primaries Dade: COUHiy ': the Call of the Stale Committee in the extravagance to spend 110,000 per year

.e and Committeeman Jones, 'of Jupiter matter or providing a registration-for for five or more years in printer's Ink Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, .

moved that the Commuted endorse and new-comers and young men, they, very and postage. The very secret of the (Office over Bank)

i-;., adopt the call of the State Democratic considerately concluded they would phenomenal. success of the American :I.US 1901 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA S. BOTSFORD &: CO.
f \,e_ Committee and apply the same rule*. keep the Supervisor and the would-he government I U Us practical businessmen .

._ .c-f provisions and regulations for the con Vulers out of the penitentiary by avoid, who hold the reins of government J A.91124 K.-ANDICEWS.

duct of the Dade County primaries, tug all appearances of wrongdoing by and take a.J American where you 'will, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

M .,- Tbl'motlon'recelve<1l1o second and It :having no regihtratlou.Qouimiueeiuan ,he succe d''i because he is never afraidto NOTARY PUBLIC, Dry Goods, Notions

W a 1 at once clear that Mr Jones was the : :B. H, Kirkman, rqf apend toneyq'Yuake] money. The
only one of the_ Committee willing to Cutler, voted I ,with M C. Jones of Jupi American Tobacco: Company are.even Prom>eutln"Attorney ot BraTaril<< Co. and Ladies' Furnishings
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q abide b?, tin. call and recognize: tne 'authority ter:, against the proposition to waive the now absorbing the tobacco trade in .fJr.t.;;," PI2RCB AND TlTUSVUtB, FIA.
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r of the highest party authority in provision that admits under 'the State England l fighting the English Tobacco s-as-lyr: I

+. .".';r.1;. the State. .' Committee Call, only such persons. who, Trust, with that iuvlncibleweapou, We invite the Ladies to call nod examineour
';: Committeeman Butler made tt motion; if ,hey.voted at the last election, then dollar-to the extent that the Eoglisl; ( QEO. M.OliBtNS: lately purchased stock.

"t x, which was,carried, that July Ijth bert .oted..cb" Democratic ticket. "Ou every Tobacco Company aghast'at the fabulous 'Attorney and Countglor-at-Latu.
f"selected tbe date for the holding of other departure from the State Commit\ amount of money the American

',J the County primaries. tee's Call Commuteemau Jones stood 1 people are bringing: to the front in eff-ct- Will pn :ll". In SUM and Federal, Courts, Remember We are Leadersin

Ex.:.chairman McDonald handed\ in alone In' his adherence to the party lug contracts with the dealers throughout TITUSVILLE:, FLA. our Line

'sonic letters from the chairmen of other authority as laid down in the official the British islea., _'as tyrL ..

'' counties,. a few of them; breathing the call of the highest- authority of the Jamaica like the mother country, will P.. EATON, M, D. ,GRAFTED,
tl spirit o( defiance. the authority of the party in the State.Exchairman have to wake up. She has been sleep. BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.

r Slate! Executive Committee. McDonald directed,from (ng these many years, forgetting' that HOMIEOPATHIsr. "
Chairman Filer made a declaration, In :Ue floor this,Tevolt from party author much bas transpired during her "Rip WEST PALM IIKACH. FLORIDA. Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palm, Phyllan-
R ldsnee MotlinrtlHt Church. Office
..., favor of carrying out the provisions of' ty'/sustained by editor Tatum, of the Van Winklelsm" that will bring more' CJematln oppoiilta Avenue, uexttoMaaonluTempls; thu8eto. Allpotgrown. Full Line Of Citrus Stock '
Nsy call of the Slate Executive Committee Vllaihf, Metropolis\ and candidate Doa troubles upon her than she anticipates. Office hours H to 9...n..,B to* ami 7 to 8 p.m. grownon High Spruce Pine Land. Address
but in all succeeding votes his ballot ter, of West Palm Beach. -The Messrs. Sundays: il to A ./.m.
The vast Increase of illegitimacy one
Spcclak' Atxentloa Hlventn DUuant-ii ot JOHN
" B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla.
N k' was recorded In direct opposition to A. A, Bogga R. Hudson Burr and GuyI evil that should be regulated, else In ,w'mu.u .A' (,bUJ....n, -
' 4 his declaration. Metcalf vigorously' opposed ex-chair time another' Haiti will use out of the '

,:t sl Ea.: chairman McDonald registered man McDonald's efforts and protestedand Carribean sea to smite her hard H'V. HOOD,. M, D* e Oes From now on until tbe busy'

;;r objection to having a Supervisor 'of argued in 'vain with the Committee Anthony Proude prophesied this years ptirsicuH, AHO 8UROEOA( JBCI8."miner] Prices season III commenced again. I
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,- Registration who was competent to administer ta-adhere to the Call of the State Committee ago, and'many' well informed men; of ,will: give I the residents of West;
Palm Beach substantislreduction I
valid oath. and work, in and Inline OIBe (OTWT B..bm..1ore, WEST PALM a
1 a harmony / today think the same, even if they do
Polneiana on all shoe repairing, cleaning and whitening. Come and investigate this,
11JCAC1L1 Reel sear Bojal -
Ben 11 Doster of West Palm Beach, with its provisions. not express such opinions.If dead and save money.BUCKEYE.
candidate for Treasurer, spoke in favorof The Committee finally adjourned to HoteL PALM BEAOH. }*-!
many of my countrymen kew of SHOP %&:I iJlnK I : JOHN F. ROSS
who would) meet Miami
admitting everybody. on Saturday.. May Jiat. at ,
the that could be em-
opportunities
r) U. POTTKH. M. D.,
the nominees select Inspectors and other .
pledge himself to support to arrange bracedID this beautiful ialand they 11t. .
details for the conduct of their wide ,;':,
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of the primary. and In few 1 CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida
would settle a
here
years .H-98-9a.J ,
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t the primaries. : >> :,: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
Ex'Cbalrman: McDonald, urged open '
I become independent. Wbat his been
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,.: and Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs.
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Florida and California in
done in both PI P1ATT3. : M.; D. '
>@i)- ;;;. . tbe past 15 years can be accomplished. e Mall Orders Receive Careful''Attention.
riXi by Jamaica, ani immigration\ of,therropel' 'fHYS/CHII AND BURGEON

Iii I : FACTS ABOUT JAMAICA sort to both of tbose,; states bas Telecrama-:..' dvUverad all boars of the day ,.,.,?,, Jefferson Block, WEST PALM 'BEACH.

made them what they are today, rich and night.12.29Igo.
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,; (j. I and prosperous, whereas 15 years ago pR Ami.':,I iU': Onice S. DEPARTMENT pf Urn Secretary: '

The following 1 interesting letter Is are black and colored, of which two and they contained a meager population :, u. uouoirroN ViHhliiitton, 1>. C.. Mny 12. 1IIOJ\ .-Hal .. Iw received the "HwntnryI .
and hardly considered aa being: i>i>HHlx will by :
published by tne Florida Agriculturist:I I one half per cent only I are white. According were -DENTOS"IIOLUAMU Agriculture until noon Hntnrrlar MnT411.9OJ.
ta. to the last Cuba gives' of any Importance agriculturally Arizona : for the repair' and fioprnvementorthetrain. That have all times
and
t' H,>d times, poverty heavy census building: the WwttberDnrena: ,, IT. HtMpartment we at ,
alum it the cry heard upon every side nearly 70 per cent of her population aabeing today is waking up and attraci- DOCK. PHONE 1* <>( Aicrlcnlturo, atjnpllvr." ."a.. a choice line of i
thousands of people to her WEST PALM BBACH. In an.nidance ulthplnnii and apvclantlonn:
lu unfortunate Island and vigorous white. lag earnest which inny be outiiluod :at tlioVenthor; 1
condemnation sandy wastes who already have demonstrated nroan oillca at Jupiter. ..'10.nd, at the
protests and mnrmers of These Comparisons are only drawn,(o TtDANIEL.OCNTIST. times of tae thli-l ol the Wuathir Unrrun.WxuhlnRton. ;FIORIDAANDWESTERNMEATS
daring the past few weeks nave been titsdy' show the absurdity of paying fancy salaHelfor to the world that even Arizona L. I I>. C. Bide must....be wnleil'; : :endIndor.ed :
< "Prop" for Wratlurnranii
on envelope .
made of
be some Importance no ,
means of bringing: the government toL' I governing a lot of negroes can building Jupltvr ..,la." and ailrtwwd I.
what the discouragements are to the "" nl Ainlcnltuie,
matter Secretary" !
of postponing their COCOAl. 1MDIAH R1VBK. FLOKIl>A.l-t-W",
reallxe the prudence whoa Industry and intelligence are Impossible VaHhlitRton D. C. The Peuartmentrv..
new scheme for. Increased taxation next I for hundreds of and can and have been, but only an American serve the right to n.,Im-t acv or all bioi... ,
years could ever accomplish the seeming Im- UlT' I.: METCALF, JAMES wH.soli.s..e..7..
year. ; not be,depended upon to briny 'I I be island G .
Live and Dressed
bas been In Turkeys -
that wrought out
tl is possible '
The government of Jamaica an expensve into any commercial Importance "<- 4 NOTARY. PUBLIC .
... one, far more expensive than 11 whatever. Consequently the small percentage such wastes Is too, lerlile I sometimes and ,nature think has Jamaica f.... the Statt\ "! Florida at targe. 510aVOSS HOUSE: Chickens Butter,

d should be, considering the smallness of of whites (and w'e might add to DeettsMortgageavLea.es pad Contracts Cheese Eggs Etc.
been too lavish with her which accounts ,
The moat reasonable Boarding.
'' the Island, the absence of industry andtbe'comparatlve it a very small percentage of intelligent Droned.Coeveysecisa
for the neglect and Indo'ence! found l>-oli lly.
House In West Palm Beach.
J'' ; Insignificance of its exports colored people) are tbe only olle.left to All Work Uuaninwrd Legally Correct.Dltlee .

and imports. 'work out the task of bringing the island harder lere,and the possibly struggle It Is the the more case certain of the Walt Palm Boach.In fnopioji.Dad 00.BON...Block.. Florida. Board and Lodging "? W/r 6 :: .Vwk.I Prompt Attention to Mall Orders.

P Tbe population In: 1891 amounted to to any comtneiclat importance. The the success. I have had discouraging: Evurnla Btnet ,Jnat Eiixt of Ticket Ofllcu.M .
r. A1..LACH 1C. MOSES (
619,491 out of which only 14,000. ore bulk of the population consists of about struggles with an uncongenial soil and > W' na. E. c. VO8S Prop.Build '
made -,of as worthless' a class of negroes as one Faber Bro's. Market
White, .the balance being np climate, and came where I thought my Successor to A. W.Robert.
colored and coolie, and any one can fine on earth they are lazy, and live
black;
labor' would be more remunerative and REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE
can readily understand that to govern in, Idleness, intensely superstitious and with the knowledge gained by painful I 'i. West Palm Beach.
of of the Ap.t for Weat Palm neat Town lots also
all
such a class it doe not require extraordinary very suspicious,, attempts experience in the p.atI am pleased to Wmt fa.lm Beach wtei Worka.. t'-'_ '
government to instruct them; nnwilling NOTARY PUBLIC.
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ability. Tbe governor Jamaica state that I am satisfied with a generous Clematis Avenuenear Oll.e IItr..t. Houses
to the teachings of the several Paint Beach, rlorldap
with perquisites accept 11.n'10w..c:
l' receive fij.ooo. encouragement that Jamaica ao.Ilhaa '
bringing\ his salary to $30,000 per annum. government agricultural instructors! who given to one who works earnestlyto Move Houses SPBODL'S EXPRESS
sections of the Island D; BROWN
different
travel
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chief Justfce receives $roooo. I
The. earn it. Csoaott LpuTBt.' toCAS, f
the attorney general is paid $7.000 and for that purpose. Whilst this large Kingston, Jamaica. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Repair Houses.
of lesser negro ,population, cad not be said to Furniture\ moved, Baggage ;4
hundreds r i
with Plan
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so on flown( Kensington.Plantation. Shop work
t t transferred and '
a direct, hfnderance to the proaperlty r work attention at general k
lights receiving from J.ooo to fcjoo per prove .. Jobbing, given prompt 4
"of the island they are to a certain The Shop on Datura Strmt.p Repairing or denying done at reasonable ti

,..LJ.. year Tbe: new" president ol the republic of extent an objection, in a* much as. they Republic. rates.TwoSeated.

Cuba I II to receive f 10,000 and leaser prevent that class of-energetlc immigration A Washington despatch says that uneasiness EOliaK. O. UUTLKU. Dock Building. Carriage

officials are to be graded accordingly; who do not lake kindly to the associations Is felt In the capitol city by CIVIL Call on or addressM. Or Single Buggy o O
Cuba bas an area of about 4.300 squaremles. with which they are bound to (trlea.Is of Cuba over the financial si In a, AND
For hire bout day.
%* .' Cuba contains a population estimated come U'contact But nevertheless, Jamaica Ilion of the new republic. Unofficial DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR by or
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t FOR DADE COUNTY. Leave orders at il anil In Hon",
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".. ':' t'' itary Inspector to see that the scavenger '9r. ,.r1,\i,procure necessary: sta'jlon.jry : .
SANITATIONDISCUSSED wrform 4<< W"!duties efficiently, better and supplies. g&li&R B
results woal$$ beobtalned.: The Boat/' ,adjourned to meat again odNedaeadavenlug. 1i ae ; &SsOrders

__- This suggestion was received with a ; ..., June. nth Express Charges Useful Present
(rest deal of favor and a motion wlla -- Send liS in Your Mail' .A 11"Is.
And Action Taken at the Meeting McGinley and Judge PAID( on all 1

'4 c ; of the Board of Trade Wednesday iaunders Ireflentedby;;'that Jn.tire Board"of Trade ask; CHU iOH Cal( > Purchases .....-.. .u r., ., ... w. ...;........ .. .,..r Given with all\ M})

i Nl ht. he Town Council to appoint some one NOTICESa)8 amounting New Cash; PurchacpsRtn9unttozto.S5.DO Ww

o make ,a thorough Inspection of the \ !fj and over, FURCHGOTT'S S Department > 'WA'
,' "' M The\ regular bi-weekly meeting of the unitary condition of the town": the resort BaptUtCh urch. '". ing onCarpets : Store $!LI.A) $25.o' D1F
Hoard of Trade was held In the "Public to be submitted to'the council: so Divine services at the Baptist church: rs and $$0.00, ,fihoo ands'

library Hall on Wednesday evening, hat Immediate action could 1 be taken. Sunday at Yt a.vt. and 7:30: p. m, t Domestics JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fluO.OO.

7 ali' about fifteen members being present. The motion carried. Sunday-school of at 10 w'' tu. Prayer. .*' .. M
President B. II. Doster was In the chair, As a remedy for the condition over at ueeting'Thursday evening",at 7po.: m
with II. P. Branntaft as secretary. .he Styx'.Dr. Hood thought] the 'best All are"welcome. I,. WE' 'WISH: TO STATE to '.our many friends and'patrons s&iS
lt 4r, STREET IMPROVEMENT. ilau would" be to write to the owners of -_. m ,

y I Chairman. Helm of the Streets and iroperty there or the agents l of the Jleth 1 '' ::1' Highways Committee, waS absent, but a twnersaskiog them remedy the dan- """ .
i verbal report for that committee was ;erous condition of affairs f fustjas= speed Preaching at.tl a, ut.Usunl .' 41.r are better equipped than.ev.er.: devoting .part second,
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evening at 7:30: o'clock. :;
noted (I'y A motion passed .
made by T. D. Brown. The report as possible. was .
31:,: that progress had been made in the matter hat the Secretary write to the property Sunday School'at 9:43: a. t u. {II'j& .t floor .to. '. ''
I'' Myw' and the iwners and.agents as suggested by J>r.lood. :Epworth League at 3:30: p. m.' : '
r K ot road Improvement, suggestion '.. .
Council i-: Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor. '
was made that the Town .
now turn attention to the repairing ot TRANSPORTATION CO ddITT1 L -- OUR MAIL ORDERS ;
/ ', sidewalks.and the building of new out Congregational Church.
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t in those portions of the town where they Mr. M. E. Grnber, chairman of the. A Memorial service will be held In '
:'rausportatlon committee, reported pro.'ress .
lie Congregational Church, Sunday
b-p : are On so motion badly needed.of G.: G. Currie and Judge and said that matters of importanceould light June lit, In memory of the Sold- i We are now in our n'1w' quarters,.occupping.a ''fourstpryirick 111.
J' and for be ready for submission at the lira who dJed.,In the Union and Con
:, Lewis, the report was accepted, .
f,"c"" secretary was instructed to communicatewltlUhe eat meeting. derate armies, and the Spanish) Aui.rlcBuTnnd ) building:;, and; equipped, with the very latest ,: gaij

,, w ;,:'i" Town Council, suggesting that ABOUT THE WATER SUPPLY. Philippine Wars.' W .8 ;.?.
"k J. attention be given to the matter of sidewalk Chairman J. B.Beach of the committee All Veterans of the above armies fwssjPI .
.: ? } extension aud improvement. >n Agriculture and Public Buildings, was living are cordially invited be present. Imported and Domestic Goods pJ.R
I f COMMITTEE ON LAWS. lot present but'a partial report was Service to commence at 7:30: p. m. ,
Chairman G. G. Currle, of this committee n'ade for him by Mr. G. G..Currie. Mr Preaching by the pastor,. B.ev. S. D.

reported progress, no formal report :'urrle reported that the letter sent to Paine. .... t We ask you for ,

'1' being possible, because, of the! absence he town counciKby 'the Board of Trade Private Mailing Cards. i A Trial brder_._ '
: lad been forwarded to the water works
I of the other members of the committee
,,1// ,fficials. In connection with the defec-: The local postoffice has received from 8; i
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; Ive and InsufBclent! supply'of water Mr. Washington .a new order regarding the In Sending Your Orders, Kindly Mention, .This Paper
1$ ; SANITARY CONDITIONS HERE.!; ,
I'. D. Brown said he bad learned that .orm of the private mailing 'cards' used
..'r:, The most important' matter' that came obstructlon for Heretofore it
be trouble was caused by some advertising purposes. I'riteFo.One; of i
: I i:. before the Board during the eveningwas in the pipes and that an effort war 'lies been required th t'th cards shall ,
h I'. I 'c that of the condition of the town a? icing made remedy the trouble. A l bear on the upper left band corner,oil' Out New FURCHGOTT'SlMqllOtyJers' 11: :: .
regards sanitation. The chairman of lengthy discussion look' place on the tbe side reserved exclusively'for the Illustrated : .
) the Health and Sanitation committee, .natter of water supply and the special address, the words, "Private Mailing Spring and SQm- SHIPPED on. receipt E; -
Dr. H. C. Hood made an interesting committee Interested" was instructed to Card." This inscription must now 'b. 1 mar Catalogues, DEPARTMENT STORE '
and( valuable report in which the Sanitary make strong representations to the Iocs) .j'Post' Card. A one-cent stamp Is also which'will l be mailed of ordeal
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conditions as they exist in till of with view to make It iqailahle. Tbe WJ1 free .
agent the company a to required order on applica '
t town were fully set forth. The report securing a,more'efficient; water service.. provides that all of tbese curds now I' tlon. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Write. for Samples. I
noted the partial clearing of the freshwater SCHOOL REPRESENTATION.; in Block may be.used! but those printed
lake front, which was a decided .L ,
from now on must conform to tbe new re m .
Improvement. The most important matter The: chairman of the Education Cow- quirements. No, explanation 111 'given w
was that of the unsanitary condition mittee, Harry L. Brown reported for tbe change. .

.' of the premises several residents well that the secretary bad written to the The United States postoffice department ..-- c .'
,f. i. within the town limits. Public nuisances Bard of Pbullc Instruction of the conn* is arranging to redeema.'lIoon 'I THE'Everllade: .
)' were allowed to exist in mans ty, giving encouragement to the pro. as possible after August tat, unused .,
1.I'. '; places, the worst cesea being located ;posed plan of school consolidation. A I postal cards, Including those with the ROGERS' t Buyers and Shippers, of
tA' right in the center of the town and over iuggestion was also made in reference firm's. printing on the reverse' side.at a Produce Go

., { in the Styx. In reply to a question oft 'o the matter of representation on the.I slight discount from "original" par, $ l'' Silver: Ware
Judge Saunders, Dr. Hood stated that ;County:: Board. The chairman drew attention i chasers. The exchange' will not be West Palm Beach, F a. Pineapples
garbage was being hauled to a point : to the fact that, although: West: ,
t made for cash, but for other stamps and
.,' some distance south of town where it Palm Beach has one of the largest and postals at slight discount to insure the yi Tea Spoons Hay, Grain, Poultry, Butter,
was always buried. Mr.' W. I. Metcalf nost important'schools in the county, and Limes
'government against loss. : 75 Cents and up r Eggs, Potatoes; and ,
.; suggested that sanitary conditions would tlll there was no representation from ---11 \ :
be greatly improved if those property .he town on the Board. It was agreed The County atic:Executive, ''r All kinds ofProduce. Oropa( by Carloads. .
,1 owners whose residences are along the that the town should be represented,andit Committee, of. St..Johns county.Jn section .. TableSp p res'> II .
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line of any of the sewers could be was resolved to place a candidate in at St. Augustine has adopted the $ s1'erlidtSet'Illtl' < ,,:1" '"...,. .
induced to connect their premises with lomination! at the general election 111ovember. rule of the State Executive,\ Committee A' """A;so .t' ..it ,".
the sewer system Dr. Hood thought/: j and appointed a campaign committee to .. n.4' ." '. -
t that If the council would appoint a san Mo'ions were passed, authorizing the begin work! immedfately.TTYYYYTTYTWTYYYVTYT 1, i n' "- '
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...i., ... I Imttd..and.tbe( demand preBstn'gprcljrs |I STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY i

We are Showing a Full Line of them -ktt 'I'IJ { :! are now corning/: In for Bum o II ,'
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> dellrery I JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. THOMAS P. DCNHAM, Cashier
-..... .... Cash Orders
Only I o .jA&ua: D. UAKER, Assistant., Cashier.

( L I Ir to be sent. by Price express 25 cents in the each order,'$ 5X iC

')", lJ"i '1I' 6.OO & $7.OO '3 :$a'doiten.received.d t If orders Money exceed promptly supply return and Frnit-Growers Backing Business Solicited.of East, Coast Business Men, Farmers x-

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r Wood for grafting by a new and ea
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_ We Also Have a I furnished at 30 cent each. by mail O OFFICIAL and LODGE'SEALS': \
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Full Assortment ofExtra Stalll *" r
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SANITATIONDISCUSSED
4I'} --vault would bejjobulned. The Board' adjourned to meet again:'onATeduesday C e Ec rt C 3f f Ec ,c3fC r 3 lt r ee36 rt xr tcstl iCsl tc r ,

This suggestion wua received with a .,veuing, Jueoth.
rent deal of favor and a motion was ,. ...---i- Express Charges
Send iiiTour Mail
tl And Action Taken at the Meeting us Orders.
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resented by J. B. McOinley.and judge PAID on all 1
ah of the Board of Trade Wed. 5aun ,:;/ nesday Night. he T.OWQ Council to appoint some one l o snake ,a thorough inspection of the oooaoa !& and'
1,1" \ $8.00,
amounting la
,'i t The regular weekly meeting of the unitary condition of the<3! town' the te.I BaptistCh urclu fJ tag Qu DomesticsFURCHGOTT'S,, Department $10.0.0 ,
:r." ; Board of Trade was held in the 'Public! jort to be aubmttted'to' the council' so Divine services at the Baptist church. 1.i Store $25.00.

;, ',f, Library Hall OB Wednesday evening,' hat Immediate action could 'be taken Sunday at Vl r a;;''Wo'and 7:30: p.''m'. Carpets : ', $1\0.00\ 3.0p and ,
'I ,s' ', about fifteen members b.elnpresent'i/ The motion carried. Sunday-school l; at 10' a. m. Prayerueetlng ,. FIA. 1100.00),
JI\; "''', President B. II. Doster was In the chair, As a remedy for the condition over at: Thursday\ : evening at 7:30.: '. J' T T I III I I IIIMMIIB. .

J,;'!'Iiiii\ : ,, with II. P. Brannlng/ secretary. .be Styx,Dr. Hood' thought) the 'beat) All are"welcome ,' WE WISH to '
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mrny'frionds'and
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1 o::, Chairman W. Helm of the Streets and iroperty there or the agents of the i i.wuer..asklog nethodlst. > 10'I Church. we are now prepared' .to .take care !
: pf orders.
,'ji:; Highways Committee, was absent, but a them toremedy, the dan . : ., your; ,mail We:

I : :,Wt .' verbal report for that committee 'was ,serous condition of affairs l Justjas speed Preaching aLit a. m;- are better equipped part
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,, made by T. D. Brown. The report noted I'y as possible. A motion was passed Usual evening service at 7:30. .o'clock, .tha.n.ever.; : devoting -: of o.url'/ second,: '
'j'"Y a'' ; that progress had been made in the matter hat the Secretary write to, the property ,Sunday School at 9:43: a.ul: ; #* "
ot road improvement, and the Bug ,wtiers ant"agents as suggested by Dr. EpwortU League at 3:30: p, m. '
I 0 gentlon was made that the Town Council lood. ', V Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor. ; ,

I now turn attention to the repairing ot TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE.Mr : _e_ .lfiQor'ug' MAIL ORDERS _
t +, ': :: sidewalks and the building of new once Congregational Church.
M. E. Gruber chairman of
;', I in those portions of the town where they the A Memorial service will be held in .
r'' l B are so badly needed. Transportation committee! ,reported pro lie Congregational Church, 'Sunday _

"t, On motion of '0. G.Currie and Judge 'ress and be said ready that for matters submission of Importanceould at the light June rat, in memory of the Solders ?i 3 Wo are now in our new' quarters, occupying; a :four-story ;
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Lewis, tbe report was accepted: and the who djed..ln the Union ,and Con
secretary was instructed to communicatewitU'the text meeting. :lerate armies, and the Spanish Am. brick building, and equipped with the very latest
d T1own'Council l., suggesting that ABOUT THE WATER SUPPLY. I rlca-;-'aud Philippine Wars i K ,

e attention be given to the matter of sidewalk Chairman J. B.Beach of the committeen i All Veterans; of the! above armies -

extension aud Improvement. Agriculture and' Public Buildings, was living are cordially invited\ be present. Imported and Domestic 'Goods1
: COMMITTEE ON LAWS. lot present but a partial report was Service to commence at 7:30: p. in. "' ,,,
Chairman G. G. Currie of this committee !. n'ade for him by Mr. G. G.CtirHe. Mr' Preaching by.the pastor...Rev. S. D. r. J 1 .
reported no formal report :Currie reported that the l letter sent to Paine. "
progress r We ask, for
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3 I being possible, because of the absence he town counclKby the Board of Trade \ ,1.7
'to Private Mailing Cards. A :Trial Order, ,
of the other members of the committee lad been forwarded the water works T : r TJ Y
: ifficials. In connection with the defective :; The local postoffice1: has received from : t "
fl' SANITARY CONDITIONS HERE. 'and Insufficient supply of water Mr. Washington new order regarding the In Sending Your' Orders, :Kindly Mention This Paper '
r.. D. Brown said he bad learned that .orm of the private mailing cards used ,
;' The most important matter' that came he trouble was caused by some obstruction for advertising purposes.' Heretofore i U( I Write For :
i J., before the Board during the evening in the pipes and that an,effort wa 'Has been required( that the cards shall All Mail Orders ..7 "
iP, was that of the condition of the town a? eing made to remedy the trouble. A bear on the upper left hand corner, on r.r'P Oui New 'b; "f :" .. .f
regards sanitation. The chairman of lengthy discussion took place on the the side"reserved" exclusively for the. ? FILLED and. &flt ,
a the Health aud Sanitation committee, .
.natter of water supply and the special! address, the words, "Private :Mailing i Spring applicaFDRCHGOTT'S '
Dr. H. C. Hood, made an interesting! I SHIPPED on re. ,
committee Interested was instructed to Card. This inscription must now' 'be J, mer t
and valuable in which the sanitary :
report nake strong representations to the tocajtgeutof .'post Card." A one-cent stamp Is also L" which'will l ceipt of order. :
conditions exist in thin
as they the company with a view to required to make it m.ailuble. The or. fJlii3 ed free; on ( "
town were fully set forth. The report securing a more'efficient! water service.: der provider that all of these cards now tlon. JACKSONVILLE,, FLA.' Write for "
Samples
4 ::1 noted the partial clearing of the fresh SCHOOL REPRESENTATION.The in stock may bemused! but those printed 6ft' 'c
water lake front, which was a decided
from now ou must conform to the new. requirements' '
improvement. The most important mat chairman of the Education Committee .. No explanation I Is "given i
41 ter was that of the unsanitary condition Harry L. Brown, reportedthat wt
,
for the change. ,"';
s of the premises of several residents well -, the secretary had! written to the
The United States affice .
post<; depart
_ f, within the town limits. Public nuisan Siard of Pbullc Instruction of the county loon ;' -- --
went is arranging to redeem, 1
as
ces were allowed to exist in mans giving encouragement to the pro. """. Y r THEEverglade_._._ ,
a* possible after August tat, unused 'b
fJ places, 'the worst ceses being located aosed'plan of school consolidation. A
J right in the center of the town and over suggestion; was also made in reference postal. cards, Including: those with thefirm' ROGERS'] f i Produce Go Buyers and Shippers, of
printing on the reverse side, at'a
,. in the Styx. In reply to a question of o the matter of representation on the
; Judge Saunders, Dr. Hood stated that wOunty: Board. The chairman drew. at. slight discount from "original" pur. $ (j) S lverWar:
chasers Thee exchange: will not be West Palm Beach, Fla.: Pineapples.and
garbage was being hauled to a point '.ention to the fact that, although, West .
"
r. made for cash, but for other ;stamps. and
some distance south of town where il Palm Beach has one of the largest and \:, ,1 Tea Spoons Grain
portals at alight discount: to insure the! Hay, Poultry, Butter, {
was always buried. Mr. W. I. Metcalf nost important"schools in the county,
v / Suggested; that sanitary conditions wouldbe tilt there was. no representation from government, against..loss... V $ 75 Cent and up Eggs 'Potatoes, and Limes ;t

greatly improved if those propert) .he town on the Board. It was agreed The. County Democratic Executive .'
owners whose residences are along the hat the town should be represented,andIt Committee of. St.-Jolim county,,ja .sess" Tablapaons'; All kinds ofProduce. Crops by Carloads. ?. : f

Hue of any of the sewers, could be was resolved to place a candidate in I ion !at St, Augustine( has adopted tiM $ ;, '1 ';;'W.4: __ ._ '__ _" 3
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the sewer system. Dr. Hood thought J and appointed a campaign committee to .-- ..\lP :. i. "rvr./r: ...._
that if the council would appoint a Ban- Motions were passed authorizing: : the: begin work immeclfately.rain.ni.n..r.Yn. ,=>' --- '
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MIIKB4 $3 and Up : : W.I-: STEAPOAT ? Yi 'P"'
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