The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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 )
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: UF00075915:00286
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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", REMEMBERED Transacted by the City: /eople. as They. and Go- Florida peaches, have made their fist Mr. C. E. Hamer has been in Miami
{ ,Fathers at/the Meeting ,' *: People Whom You Mayor Appearance. this :year in the town stores. this week on court business. '*1

Tuesday Night May Not Know.Judge' ., KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES' SHOESit Porter Lansing the enterprising: dairyman
; ,'" tit ANTHONY BROS. ,* of this town,
CORATIGN DAY OBSERVED HERE The regular weekly meeting of tb I Heyserof Miami Is iu tows "Sharp \things" i Is the text of what day of this week. .

a Town Council was held Tuesday eve .oday. AT. P. Hatchett: has to say in his advf. Mr. George W. Bacon of the "Pelican

slog, when there were present Clmlrtnai this week. S Lodge"\ has returned to his Philadelphia

George W. Potter, and Aldermen Ot Mr. M. T, Whitby of Pompano was IE The total cost to the county,: for the' home for the summer Mr. Pettit

A age Gathering: and Interesting Exercises at Lake View -well, Lauther, Dimick end Geer. town Tuesday on business affairs. 'ward and lodging of jurymen during will remain here for some weeks longer.

Cemetery. Patriotic Addresses Delivered by Prom- Id the Absence of City'' Clerk, George Mr. J. K. Marvin has been spending ;Circuit;: Court at Miami will amouut ,to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Russ, parents of ti

4 inenf Citizens. Business Houses Closed. 3. Adams, Alderman Dlmlck- ,acted: at. ,he week with friends' In Savannah, Gar :afore than $400. |, I Mrs. Porter' H. Lansing:, are guests at

\"t clerk,,pro tern. Mr.II. C. Milton, of Boynton, spent' Bord of Trade meets next Wednesday the home of their daughter and incidentally -

\ r The minute of the last regular meeting Tuesday. at the-Beach, visiting friends. evening in the Public Llbray Hall at are looking about this section witha

I obsved'; an.d were read 'and approved W. I. :Metcalf f returned" tbli+ : o'clock. All members are expectedand view of making their permanent home
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} ,tecoratton; .Day was this Star, Rev, C. Fred Blackburn Charles Miller I Bubtnilted l 'a tender( for; Attorney ,. 7:30:
1 ;yvaf in West Palm Beach In a manner Dr. lloughton. '. shell for road construction ; noruing from attendance. : fit court urged. to attend.' I here.Mr.
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supplying '
in: Miami. and Mrs. Middletou, of St. Augustine
f ''that was minapiratiou'toevery resident THE PROGRAM."Rexellle" The Board of County Commissioners :
I the price named being f r.io per cubic I
\ -' J>Jever htfoientbe, history of tbia{ piosperous > ,: was sounded by Bug-In! r rarddelireredatthe dock at West Palm \ (1J.1.'t'..F, W.' Chapman spent Tuesday which met in Miami on Tuesday,. ext are guests this week at Park

I city have the memorial\ exercises Dick and this was followed with tuctinging aeach. The'tender was referred to the nd Wednesday !in town, visiting hei tended the charter of J. T.' DeBerry foJ Cottage. They are on their wedding
attended has there laughter ; the West Palm Beach-Pafm trip, the happy event having: taken placeat :
4 ,v been so largely nor of "Columbia" by the children; chairman of the street committee, on: __ operating
I. been such great interest taken 'as Mr Beach for the term of four year... St. Augustine last Wednesday. They
.J year the band accompanying. Rev. Mr.Sturgis motion of Aldermen ;Pimlck and Crier, T.J.' Haygood; and Mr. Samuel ferry ; will visit Miami and other coast resorts
''til're WAS last Friday Thanks to the ; pastor of the Baptist Church,, to report at the-next: meeting of the Ellenwood. were visitors Jai the Beach This afternoon Mrs. Brlgg1.IKlvlnJ a before home.
y' rinergy of the Ladies' Cemetery Improve lelivered the prayer and then the well Council. from, pelray Tuesday. I tea at her home on Datura Street to tl>4 returning

'tnent Association., preliminary ar. known hymn "Onward Christian Sotdiem" MAYOR'S REPORT, I, Miss/ Gnssie Moffntt left on Monday Ladles Aid l Society of the Union Congrej City Clerk Geo. S. Adams, whose recent -

?tangemenls! for Memorial Day were was joined in by the whole gathering. was Ie nuruiiiK for Daytona, where she will Rational( 1 Church; A very nice: program accident at Miami baa called forth
The following weekly-report
and the details of expressions of sympathy from many
carefully planned has been arranged for the occasion.
Bnrkhardt visit relatives for few weeks. i
were faithfully Carried cut rived from{Mayor : a friends, in a teller to the Town Council x
these plans
A new fruit store (is being opened in
i To the Chairman and Honorable Board trfessrs. E. E. and w. A. Chase, announces that his doctors will not
committees. per.mid
t f capable The that adJresa'was that of Jndg iroiiiluent fruit growers of .BO'nto1l.'! town In one of the stores of the Munyonj\
The provided for the jof Town Council : his removal to his home here for at F
arrangements Lewis. His was: a masterly effort, lh ; building on Olive Street,near the.corner!
t herein Wednesday business.
i' business 1n then Gentlemen ;-I herewith present! retort ; town on east a month or six weeks. The fracture .
of (
closing all places o !
: patriotic spirit pervading his words, call. of Clematis Avenue., W, B. Ferguson
between hour of three to five for the week ending Mayor, 1902 : if M;. W. Budd, Jr.,. traveling auditor of the thigh bone makes it imperative
tdwit full
n ing forth enthusiastic l ailse. The III the proprietor and he will: carry a
o'clock\ ; .: In the aftera'oon. and the after honored Judge l is certainly app a brilliant 1. The marshal report everything quiet" '? the Florida East Const Railroad, Hoe of fruits and confectionery. j that be remain perfectly quiet.,, It
.lioon hours were practically observed asIi ind orderly during the week. Oue arrest 'has beenTu 'town this week' on official ,is gratifying to note that he is doing as
orator, .nd.Io..peHb--w.lut..ubt.I diy '4. In' tbl..i_- The Sun the ,
\\1' holiday. for breach of the-"peaces baa been business.Dr.I appear well s can be expected. "" :".r
general one of the finest that ha* ever been i announcement of Mr. J. B. LummiM, ofjMlatnf
.f. ,horny before three o'clock,. ,people heard in'West Palm Beach. marie by him, which was duly and regu. H. C. Hood is entertaning E.\ who offers himself for the office The report of the proceedings: the

.i Yen to aaseniblef at the Congregational Judge Lewis; said la part : larly disposed of. M. Brelsford! and, two little daughters of treasurer of Dade county. \Mayor, Board Public Instruction: of Dade conn.;
)i corner and for some time pre. have Street committee.-No report. rom t'd Augustine t who arrived, in! ; 111 which appears IsewUere! in itlu issue
fJjjlarclt 7 fortyyeare passed
? r "Nearly since I [ uiunius bal many friends who will\ put|
1imt\ to fljajJ'icmr'i tnoqy couUlbu.ttonHj the last momentous wa 'of modern The {scavenge?....Reports having cleaned town, '011. Tuesday, evening.Miss .. ; fight for him in the coming' of The Tropical Sun, goes to show that

i 91| blowers\ : .,,4 wreaths had been sent ti
bIlI10al.ol4r.I> F.B.Everett, to be taken For the healing., ( all wounds. We are town,_removed trash from backyards at Beach: Public School: 'will spend the, Bible, to carry out the proposed plan of
for the dec. request t of the owners,: !and collected If you are paying out ten or fiteenl] consolidation. advertising
from, there to the cemetery now gathered nndef One institutionusing: summer at her former home at St.. Joe, school: They are
........ oration of graves'; When. three o clock the same language, worshiping\ the same $if 60 to the credit of the, town fund and Michigan.: She left for the north on Toilers rent the same money will secure' for tenders for the transportationof

,, m. th* Methodist Church bell\! ''WHSnd God. The patriot'* memory gladly leaps placed the same in the hands the.town Tuesday 'rulnlt. I you a loan of two thousand to three i the pupils from Palm Beach and Man- ,
Lake Worth clerk teui. ihouaand dollars to build a home. The I This is the first
.. fy from that time tbe aver the dark: chasm of 'fit and '65 and pro Mr. and Mr.. G. W. Reynolds who: asoffered the Invest gonla. step requesite
played During the week I have, ,through the opportunity by in, the carrying out of the new
nand under Prof, Kauffman, patrlolWoJrs propo-
lovingly resta on the glories of 1776, are the prominent East side
among Wm: F. Arm j
gradu narshal l, notified all householders where went Company, through < sition.
\ wbiU ''be assemblage 1812 and 1846. The Southerner repeats residents here winter left yesterday -
j., needed cleaning to have the every Jr., their representative, la.
premises strong:
band ,
illy grew larger. Tbe preceded with pride thestory rof Lexington and morning for their 'suwa", r home at I The only gentleman who has announced
.the other Portion. of tbe parade' and Bunker Hill while Yorktown thrills the same done at once. The order was Edgewood, R. I,. good one. ot' himself a candidate, for a
old veterans in promptly complied with J in, every in. Aa'l1i be noticed'In the column
following it. were Jb Northern .heart, member of the County School: Board In
stow we are ,
jpitf 'r.s. marshal Miss Grace Laiuhart will, Jeave
slaute. absent Iron
soldiers The was political announcements, Mr. B. Hj 1
;' bafts**: with the young as ,an cognizing the fact that we are one the columns of The Tropical: Sun I. Mr.
< great oue-day the week.' Cause Monday morning for Boston, .Mass., from
during his
I elaborate floral) towel Boater publishes retirement
Then an the well known furniture
escort came J. B. McGinley,
people under one flag. I ask what true .
design, "Gates Ajar" ou' one of W. P. American, eau I look' that flag without a summons from the Court at Miami.! and later on she will sail from that city the race: for .office of Treasurer of Dade; dealer and undertaker of West Palm

Halchett..largedray9. Following that a feeling patriotism upon It is both a Jr.. McCueo acted as marshal during. bUibsence for Europe,. where she will .spend the) bounty. ,The* reason given in l on the Beach. Mr. McGluley\ has at heart the

J' Wer 'the"schoof,'children in crrlag s. >iistory and a poeot a history grander ,. IIPecttoUY8I1bmhled, unimcr pursuing course. of art studies., ground ..of necessary aliention-trjr-bns-;, educational: interests of the county and

Behind them come the boy' brlg dec.rryla"j than'ever historian wrote; a sweeter L. W. BCRKHARDT Mayor .1\1:.. J. TWi. Spitzer who has been residing ness 'matters.. ,Mr. Doster,'s friends will especially of his home town and his

rte flagsland{ : a.aire i drum Many fat than ever poet dreamed.poem The City Clerk Adams wrote; the"Council with",)her son W H._Spitzer of he disappointed at his determination to election: to the School Board would provea

citizeui proceeded to tbe cemetery by thirteen alternate stripes on our flag torn Miami of the fact that his_ (injuries the Dade County State Bank, since forego the seeking. of municipal: honors .source of strength to beat school: inter

tbe 'bicycle path along the Lakefront' ; tell the ,stcry of the .thirteen colonies, ;rould'not permit him to return to; West November.of last year,left for her home A meeting 'of.the Ladjej' 'Cemetery cuts. No doubt Mr. \McGinley will have

and'at 4 o'clock when the program' at all with an inspired past, all with a Palm Beach for several, weeks, but that At CentervlUe, Michigan, Tuesday morning [Improvement Association was held in the hearty support of every resident

the cemetery was announced by Mr, magnificent/ future. Alderman piwick had kindly consented for, the summer. the Union Congregational .Church: last in this section.Changs "

Currier! the city of the' dead was crowed '"The blue field1 on the flag" spangledwith to .ct.. clerk 1.Iathl\ *,return. After an .absence: of over two months, Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock.: No have been made in the plant

v. '. ifltlj! people.! ,The weather' conditionspau)4 stars, represents\ \\"Dtalfre
b ) \ pat hay$ ,beet) more favorable, the stars emblematic\ of 'the newborn Alderman Otwell reported having personally Flagler fleet and manager of the Lake Uscussion took place in reference to'I in course of erection. This week Mr.

for the Heat '
by cloud which,' though; ? threatening' ereign, Stale, each moving In its own numbers I. 2, 3- 4 and 3;, running from Capt. Canqva has been in New York in property. Street work cannot be an extension or addition to the present

rain, fortunately did not break and spoil orbit, each shining\ it* own brightnessbut Lake Worth to the lajfoon, and also the charge of the Clark yacht, the ",i Ima," continued there- until supplies of rock .structure: ; which: will carry Jibe frontage

y the pruco dlngi. A platform d been forming.a brilliant galaxy, 'distinct colored l settlement at Clearwater Lake. bavillg't ken that boat.to its destinnt- can be obtained, and when this wilt) be, oa Olive Street back: to alley No. I, and
the southern boundary tlou of the Council to the Ion (from ..this place, meeting with a '
erected near as the,billows; yet ones* the sea. He called at ten indefinite. provide a building 72x36 feet with three

.the ,cemctery: snd,on ,this was placed' '"May we not pray that the boliner maycolntlone I necessity of, having. the scavenger: per- uccepsful: : (rip.Mr. Last Saturday evening the parlors of I I store fronting on Olive Street. This

'for'a back ground the floral decorations to wave over a free, happy and form his duties. In a more thorough man and Airs. George II. Maltby ,and the Leamington'were filled with an appreciative I enlargement will certainly be a great

iuidVb; y' Lieiitenanf Murton, a Spanish contented people! the ,emblem of .true ner. Irs. Sackett: are planning an extensive audience who gathered to. improvement and will help to fill the

waif'naval veteran*. The. arriugem'entllal freedom and of pea e.' God forbid that the monthly 'report, Of the marshal: : tollday. .trip through the North and enjoy "An Evening with Shakespeare" I I I demand for store accommodation so

the cemetery were 'e.ellent..' The its folds should ever float as the signalof was presented. showing the following' f West., Mr. and Mrs. Maltby expect to by.Mr. B. W.Ward of Jacksonville, who badly needed In. West Faint Beach. '

'platform, which faced north was fronted tyranarand wrong.VDlfc i .. collection t leave early, next ,week for Michigan: has recently come: to town. Mr. Ward's On Tuesday of this week Alderman A.

by a row of seats where the veteransof WS' Licenses. $9.00. and ,spending*same time there will program included several selections from B.Otwell made a thorough inspection of

'the Civil War were sealed. They' ? PAt' ADDRESS. Tnxes Fines, $7.50.$273: 59. go to Kansas City. Later on they will hamlet which he gave in costume. He the sanitary condition of West Palm
ofessrs. Idner, Maltby, Glenn )\Xs. Everybody was thrilled by.the stirring throuab..to. the Pacific Coast,> where elections from
were Total, $393-03 t' (to, also recited some choice Beach: from lake to lake. In his reportto
,Xeowii4LdueArm.tro12REeraraal.oatRev ?. address by that eloquent lIf eaker, Rev, The report wits accepted they will remain till the early fall. well known poets. The pleasure of the the council he said that there were
.. Dr-. "lne Dr. Balm pastor of the Union Cougrega. 'communication was received from
4. ?* Paine
Sturgis audience enhanced impromtu
was by an of
the Baud of Trade in reference (to the Dr. J.I.. 'McLeay who 'Lae' been' a 202 closets in the white portion the
'. }.)earl pr. Ifojjghfon{ and Jadg; Le I'r' flcuial Church;; There- Is. no one more sanitary conditions of'tbe' town are- resident of West Palm Beach since; last program of music both vocal and Instru. town and about 120 in the coloied porgy
The tight side of the square ,was familiar with the great events. oT the been made that ,the Town and in which Mrs Ernest Miss
having menial condition
quest[ December, left for bis home in, Watford, tlon, a few in good sanitary ,
formed by tbe young veterans,who" were Civic War then pr.Palne. As one who Council: : take immediate action. The Canada- Wednesday morning. Tie laas and Mrs. Knnxe took part. Recta others fair, but the majoritv'lieeding
the whole of the campaign Maid of Trade also commended the
Sanders. went through
in command of Lieut. J. W. Council for the improved condition ol Doctor, Who enjoys large practice tions were also cleverly, rendered by immediate attention.\ Ouly thirty-three
p The members of, the",corps were, Dr.,A. and la later, year-was honored by being the streets, and in addition drew attention here, will spend the summer as the Miss Java Ross, Miss Hrrris and Mr houses have sewer connection. The

At G, Riegel, ll, P. Braaning:, Milton Dick, appointed Chaplain of the Grand Army, to the need for better .sidewalks. resident physician at the Hotel Victory Ernest. council wilt take steps to remedy this
Frank It was to be expected: that the speaker Lauthef and Otwell moved
Anthony, .
E. Aldermen
il, James-Miller"; F.Armstrong would 1 be'foae1.ant with ,and- would bat\ the clerk Jlotff.lhe Board of Trade at Put In.;Bay, Lake Erie, a famous Ira answer to "Enquirer, "The Sun stet. of affairs and those who fail to
Gardner, Liutenant MartontW: historic of that their request regarding the matter summer resort. He expects to return learns, that Dr..Hough ton,, one of the comply with the law will\ be vigorously
: Hart.Behtml fefrr to the events; the struggle
and Cbaa. soldiers, -were tbe ;;, but his 'address rather took the of sanitary .Inspector had .been. complied to West Palm Beach early next season, veterans in |he Decoration Day parade prosecuted. ",

,boys!,Jbrigadejsnd! the voodg,the; bands JThe left form.oCjW.,Jppeal to !loye of country,snd with. BILLS AND ACCOUNTS. Mr, Fred Sterry, manager,of the Royal last front Friday July nth served 1863 in to the close Union'of the army war,, The monthly report of the United has bt
Bureau at
Weather Jupiter,
aide of the square was formed by. the all: that make for peace and happiness.jDr. ., John Miller, supplies crats.Dlmlck IPoinciaaa.antl 1 : the Breakers Palm the Ohio Inde. States ti
{ Paine spoke of the crossing theHebrew ft Riegel supplies, |loo. leach, Pla, !,,and, the Homestead Hotel, as a lieutenat in Ith just been issued. It shows" the mesa -
fifgip; under M. :B; Qruber, supplies, >I.IJ. for pendent Battery, participating In some temperature for the month of May to-
I people into-Canaan Josh-! Hot Springs' ,Va.ha sailed Europe,
a Those wb4 were pr1.Ueg d to wltnes L. :W. Jturkbardi, supplies* $34-71- 39 battles, coming out without a scratch have been 78. For the correspondingmouth
qa.auil tjje cairn of that erected be absent about six weeks Mrs
wilt noV< soqa" forget 1 I'{ Till stones they J. Rogers, street work f 13,oo. to ; him
(bit e1'ii, : Ills horse was shot under In the last it was 76 sod\ the average
r ,uealed the old veterans off 1 lot the. middle. of 'tbe Jordan. This J: Roy, street' sprinkling,"<7,oo.Dean Sterry accompanied her husband, :Mr.. year
by battle of Vermlllonville, western Louis- The
; pkthre'p while behind was*done as a monument to teach succeeding Publishing Co.. printing and ad. Sterry.,believer\ ; .in,the;)Did adage t&at..A for the past 13 years i,76.
'< s,!ate of the landing post gains no
generations wonderful knowledge, sole
them stood the.bright young"!; : girls from of> God in: bebalf of that A: B. Otwell, street and c.rpeatelwork likes to. take to" of his guns 1u'tbe same battle., a to-, recorded during the fifteenyears, .with '
Interposition England and
the public school 1 andto' the right, tbeJ'Ol1n&II' I $t 00. round Parrott, and the doctor thinks of May 1899 when the
I people. When they saw the monument P. W. King. street work, $4 00. be .Continent Europe. to tee, how the sxcepilon The
veterans of the Spanish-Amer the Johule have bred celebrating the figure wrre the same namely 78
with. historic they.would_ nk.what it meant., 'Oo motion of Aldermen Lather and other hotels are. managed, and ,to, get total precipitation for the mouthwas
Ices war, was pregnant 4th'of 'July with it ever since. Dr.
I Today alt over tbU ,great Republic, Gter.lbelll be accouawere, accepted sueordered new Ideas. Many otbtr! hotel men lloughton was not at any time.,on detached 4,83 Inch**. Toeaverage for the past
f Maine California from Florida toUullui to raid should follow1. Mr. '. .. fifteen yenisls S a6 Inches, *o that May
"Tbe'bttalrnisn called to the platform, from. to The Council the usual salary r Sterry a .uDtpl.aat set vice while In the service but '

till fudge Lewis; ,,Rev, ; t>rX Pala ''Rev, At.i I. ., ..d .. Van a. animates, and adjourned. A Coot: Advocate.<: was constantiu! the field. 1902, was 43 below the average

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[;:2 ,a;;,';;:;H?:o::a::;: ::;::;;;,:m;:] WEST PALM BEACH,_ TRADE COUNTY FLORIDA) FRIDAY, JU E 6, 1&02. I VOLUME xvr, no. ls.w .



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I REMEMBERED Business Transacted by'the Cltj People as They Come and Go-:'' Florida peaches have made their flat Mr. C, E. IIamer has been in Miam|

,Fathers at the Meeting1 People Whom You May or appearance, this year. (in the town'store this week on court business.'

., Tuesday Night Hay Not Know.. KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES' SIIOE? Porter Lansing the enterprising dairy

A ,t ANTHONY BROS. man of Ibis town visited Jensen Tues.

r CORATION DAY OBSERVED HERE The regular weekly meeting of tbi "Sharp thlnirs" is the text of what day of this week.
Judge j '(; Heyserof Miami is lu towi.oday.
Town Council was held on Tuesday evening V. P. Hatchett baa to say in his adv|. Mr. George W. Bacon of the "Pelican

,t -J., i irga ', when there were present Chairmai I hla week. Lodge" has returned to his Philadelphia

& George W. Potter, and Aldermen: Ot Mr. M, T. Whitby of Pompano was ti The total cost to the county,' for the I home for the summer. Mr.: Petti

Gathering and Interesting; Exercises at Lake View )'well Lauther* Dimlck and Geer. town Tuesday on business affairs. oard and lodging of jurymen duriuj; will remain here for some weeks longer.

v\v Cemetery., Patriotic Addresses Delivered by Prom- la' the absence: of City Clerk, Georgt: Mr. J.K.: Marvin has- been spending Ircult Court at Miami will amount to Mr. and Mrs W. P. Russ, parents of

Hv\l Inent Citizens. Business Houses Closed.16" 3. Adams, Alderman Dlmick acted ai he week with,fri-nds. In Savannah, Ca. more than $400. 1 t Mrs. Porter H. Lansing, are guests at 1

cleric pro tem. Mr. II. C. Milton of Boynton spent Bord of Trade meets next Wednesday the home of their daughter and incidentally

c' _, ( ,. The minutes of the last regular meeting Tuesday, the Beach, visiting friend. averting In the Public Llbray Hall at are looking: about this section witha

Decoration' Day was ,observed' this Sturgis, '''R.v. C.. Pred' Blackburn and were read Miller and approved' tender tot Attorney W. I. Metcalf returned thii'norning Y 7:30: o'clock. All members are expected view. of making their permanent home
B submitted
I ; in' West (Palm Beach in a manner Dr. I Ifough oa. Charles a : from attendance at couriid and urged. to attend. here.Mr.
-yvaf shell for road construction, '
supplying : "
Miami. aud Mrs. Middletou of St. Augustine
thai was an Inlplratlon'toe"ery resident. THE PROORAM. The Board of County Commissioners
cubit 1
i' .,. ;Clever: before (In the history,of this pros.F1 "Rexeillev' was souuded by Bugler! the vard.deliveredatthe price named being dock f r.io at West per Paint! (' (Mrs. F, W. Chapman. spent Tues aJ which met In Miami on Tuesday extended : are guests this week at Park

,' porous city have the memorial exercises (Dick and this was followed with rue Beach The tender was ,referred to tin attended has ttprer the'children. Uug&tcr.l operating the West Paint Beach-Paftr. trip the happy event having taken place
l leeq> so largely nor Paging of "Columbia" by chairman of the street committee on ,, '
,. been such greet Interest taken as the band accompanying. Rev. Mr. motion of Aldermen piinlcfc and Grier ?Mr. T.]. Haygood, and AIr SamuelEjlenwood Beach ferry for the term of four years, ; at St. Augustine Miami last Wednesday. They

:'tU-ru ..ws* last Frida,.. Thanks to the Sturgis; pastor of the Baptist Church, to report at the next meeting of the were vlsitors ,at the Beach This afternoon Mrs. Drlggs..I..ICI"lnR will visit aud other coast resorts

'. ;>Hurgv; ot the Ladies' Cemetery Improve lelivered the prayer and then the well Council. l trotn,Jelray Tuesday. I tea at her home on Datura Street to tin, before: returning home.

went Association, the preliminary art known hymn "Onward Christian &1. MAYOR'S REPORT. Miss Gussie MofTntt left on. Monday! Ladles Aid 1 Society of the Union: Congretg.tional City Clerk Geo. S. Adams! whose recent -

,judgements .for Memorial( pay were diets" was joined Iu by the whole gath : morning for Daytona where she will : Church; A very nice program accident at Miami has called forth
was iecelved -
The following weekly ,
and the detulls oft been ', expressions of sympathy from many
y :'arefully planned erlag. I has arranged for the occasion.
visit relatives for a few weeks
I Burkhnrdt
These plans! :we faithfully! carried! tut JUDGE LEWIS' ADDREbS: from Mayor : f *..Mesars. A new fruit store is being, opened In I friends' In a letter to the Town Council
ti 'To the Chairman and Honorable' Board E. E.: and W.. A. Chase: announces that bis doctors will not
'J >capablecommittees. The filet address was that of Judge town In one of the stores of the Munyon!, per
grower. of (
The ,provided for the .of Town CouncilsGentl"emen ,iroiiiinent .fruit ,Boyuton, Cornell mit his removal: to his home here for at
i '/: fi' arrangements Lewis His was a masterly' effort the herein bu&inegs. building on Olive Street,,near the
In the :-I herewith present report town Wednesday on : least a month or six weeks. The fracture .
: closing of all places of business patriotic spirit pervading his words, call. of Clematis Avenue, W. B., Ferguson]

to o'clock lathe afternoon and the afternoon The marshal" reports everything quiet l .jit the :Florida East Coast Railroad, that he remain perfectly quiet. It i
honored Judge Is certainly a brilliant, line[ of fruits and confectionery.
hours were practically observed aaeneraJ' and orderly during the week., Oue'ar. ,'las beenTn ,'town this week ou official. the!j is gratifying to note that be is doing as
; orator, and.hisapeBehJw _iMU>ui>udly "" In' thlsi-ii .of-The,San -
f r.. hOllda r rest for breach of"theesce'baa been "business l I appears well as can be expected.! : H '
sue of the, finest that has ever: been 4
: .
of Mr. E.
; announcement J. LummiM, oft
hortly before, three o'cloc,8: ple heard West Palm made by him, which was duly and regularly i Dr. H. C. Hood is entertaninir, E.:i iI The report of the proceeding! the
1/1 la'| Beach Miami, who offers himself for the office
;gas to aasentule at the CougregaMonalurcH Judge I.ewlliHid la part : disposed of. I M.. Brelsford and two little daughters of Dade Board of Public Instruction! of Dade cowo./ ;
of treasurer county. Mayor
''e : ',urcH'corner, and for some time pre. "Nearly forty years have passed since :Street; committee.-No report. front' St'tti> Augustine t who arrived in:: Uimmus baa many friends who wl1l'PIII.\ Il ly which appears elsewhere! in ,.this issue
\ iJil\l1Y coutdblltl' 1'be pcayengep..Reporla having clean town on Tuesday evening., of The Tropical Sun to show that
:liO"i id t4111Q"r.. \ the last momentous! war of modern :'. a strung fight for him In the coming goes
AI ()owers and wreaths had been sent to, .times, and ample time has ben afforded >.d properly all of the five alleys of the Miss Lulu.Angevlne the West Palm up contest. the members of the Board intend i if posiiible w

the hgme of Al rs. F.B.Everett, to be takenfrqnrih.fti'fr for the healing, of nil wounds.. We are 1.0WO", removed trash from !back yards,at Beach Public School, 'will spend the fifteen i to carry out the proposed plan of

4 'to the cemetery' for' the dec. now gathered undef 6oc Institutionusing request of, the owners, and! collected summer' at her former home at St. Joe,: If you are,, paying out: ten or school consolidation. They are advertising .
WhVn three o'clock ti'.oo to the credit of the, town fund and .dollars rent the same money will secure ( for tenders. for the
oratbin of graves. the same language,worshiping the same ; Vllchlgan- She left for. the north on '
ace placed the same In the hands of the town you a loan of two thousand to t"reethouoa'nd .
; tan the! Methodist, Church belj ,was God. The patriot's memory: gladly leaps Tuesday morning.Mr. I the pupils from Palm Beach and Mangoula. -
nd from that time the Lake Worth clerk pro tem.During '' dollars to build a home. The I This is the first step requeslte
--"t'1i Iver the dark chasm of '61 and '63 and and Mrs. G. W., Reynolds who'
asoffered the
Bandt uder Prof Kauffmau, played, petrlottoain .the week I have, ..through the opportunity by In"elft'l in, the carrying out of the new propo
, lovingly rests on the glories of 1776; are the prominent Hast: sidt
i grad marshal, notified all householders where ment Company, through Wm: F. Ann* sition.
while the assemblage tSia and 1846. The Southerner repeats residents here winter left ,
needed cleaning to have the every yesterday strong, Jr., their representative, Is.
+ ally grew; Jarger.. The band' preceded with pride thestory 'of Lexington and premises morning for their" summer home at The only gentleman who bas announced .

,; ,tit-dinar portions I of the parade andfollowing Bunker Hill while Yorktown thrills the! same done at oni.e. The order was Edgewood R. t. good, one. i> himself a candidate for a:
promptly complied ,with In every in- As will be noticed" the column ot
i' it were Jhe old veterans ink member of the County School Board In
Northern .heart JIow we are rc
soldiers ,ney ; ; otance. The marshal was absent. frogtown Miss Grace. Laluhart ,wilt\ leave on political announcements, Mr. B. H |
basses ,with the, young! u anescort" cogniglng the great fact that we are one the columns The Tropical! Sun Is Mr.J. .
elaborate floral one day dnriug the week. Cause, Monday .morning for ,Boston, ,Mass., Doaler publishes his retirement from:
., Then came an people, under one lIalt1 ask what 'true B. McGinley the well known furniture
from the Court at Miami and later she will sail from that city for of
"Gales Ajar" on one of W: P. a summons jon the race office' of Treasurer Dade dealer and undertaker of West Paint
design, American that
look without

Following that : can. upon flag Mr. McCuen acted as marshal during bin for Europe,, where she will ,spend, the County. The reason given in on the the
large drays; Beach. Mr. McGinley has at heart
Batchelts's a feeling of patriotism It is both a
submitted pU1''ulogcourS8 of art studies. "" .
: .. abl ence. Respectfully summer ground of altentlon 'tfr-biii ,
% were the 'sc" oPcbn.1ienirlage. ..Istoryaad a poem a history grander necessary ; educational interests of the county and
; L. W. BURKHARUT, Mayor. Mrs. W SpiUer who has beep residing Iness matters. Mr. friends will
:Behind them. came the boys' brigade batr'nel' historian'wrote, sweeter .J. ,. Boater's especially of his home town and his
poem Adams the Council with',her son W. H. Spitzer of he disappointed at his determination to e
carrying flagsind: a snare drum Many : Cat than ever poet -dreamed. The City Clerk wrote, election to the School Board would provea
e rcttUrus! proceeded: to the cemetery by thirteen alternate stripes on our flag f.om I Miami of the fact tlilit. hla Injuries the Dade County: State Bank, since forego the seeking: of municipal honors Source: of strength to local school: inter-

the, 'bicycle''path along the Lakefront; tell the ,stcry of the thirteen, colonies ;"ould'not permit bins ,to return ,to West November.pf hist year, led for her.home A meeting -of.the Ladle, Cemetery eats.' No doubt Mr. McGinley; will have

and'at'4 o'clock when the program at all with an inspired past, all with a Palm Beach for several weeks, but that d CentervUle,. Michigan, Tuesday morning Improvement Association was held In the, hearty support of every residentIn

i the cemetery was announced by Mr. magnificent future, Alderman\ pimick had kindly contented foi; the summer. the Union Congregational Church last this section.

Currte! the city of the dead was crowed '"The blue field1 on the'ftagl.spangled to act as clerk until( his return. After an Absence of over two months Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock. No Changes have been made In the plans

Cv Wtl! rjople: :The weather;' conditions with stars,, represents: \ human freedom: l. ,SANITARY REPORT. Capt. A, J. Canova, commodore of the important business ,was transacted but alacussloo of the new Jefferson block which is now

.CQ"M. 'no.t' havg beeq more favorable, the stars etbleutatlcof'the new-born Alderman Otwell reported having per. FlaKier fleet and manager of the Lake ',\ took place in reference' to in course of erection. This week Mr.

:t forthe heat of.the sun was minimized: republic, 'each star! representing a, sovereign tonally inspected all.] .the alleys..In, town Worth Ferry, has returned to town hullding permanent streets in the cemetery Hauler commenced the foundation for

t by clouds which; t11oll&htbreatenlog State, each moving In its own humbers j, J, 3, 4 and J,. running from Capt. Canova has been In New York In property. Street work cannot be an extension or addition to the present

1 rain, fortunately did not break and spoil orbit, each shining In Its own brightness Lake Wurth to the lagoon, and also the charge of,(he Clark yacht, the; "Alma," continued there until supplies of rock structure, which I will carry the frontage

' the proceedings A platform had been : but forming a brilliant galaxy 'distinctas colored" settlement at Clearwater r X.ake. having taken that boat. to its! destinnt- can be obtained, and when this will) be, on Olive Street, back to alley No. I, and
f the southern boundary of attention of the Council! to the Ion from this place, meeting with a \
erected near I the billows; yet one ss the sea.' lie called indefinite. I provide a building 72x36: feet with three

+ r ,the..cenieteryy and on ,this was placed I :"May we not pray that the banner may necessity of having the scavenger pet. successful trip.! Last Saturday evening the parlors of stores fronting on Olive Street. This

' fat aback ground the floral decorations coullaife to wave over a free, happy and form his duties. in a more thorough man Mr. and Mrs. .George U. Mllltby ,and the Leamington were filled with an appreciative I enlargement will Certainly be a great

'airtdYKy: 'Lieutenank i Morton, ..Spanishlat"navat contented people! the emblem of true ner. Mrs Sacftett are,planning an extensive audience who gathered to improvement and will help to fill the

:veteran: The arrangements freedom and of peace. ,God forbid that The, monthly report of the ,marshalwas : holiday ,trip*,through the North and enjoy "An Evening with Shakespeare"by I demand for store accommodation; ,so

at the cemetery;mere excellent The' its folds should eve f float/ as the signalof presented, showing the following' West. Mr. and Mrs. Maltby expect to -Jr. B. W.Ward of Jacksonville, who bOldly needed in West Palm Beach.

i platform, which faced nJrlb* wee fronted tyranny and wrong." ? collections i leave early next week for Michigan has recently come to towu. \Mr. Ward's On Tuesday of this week Alderman A.

by a row of seats where the veterans Icenscs.9.00.( and after spending some time there will program included several selections from B.Otwell made a thorough Inspection of

of the Civil War were seated.: They; "Dlt. PAINE'S ADDRESS. Taxes Fines, $$ .30. go to Kansas City. Later on they will hamlet which be gave in costume He the sanitary condition of West Palm
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Iduer Mallby, Glenn,Jvl;- Everybody was thrilled by,the stirring the Pacific Coast., where
were Messrs. : Total, $29,3.03: go tbrouglllb also recited some choice selections from Beach, from lake to lake. In his reportto
,KeowiU: LepeArmelrouRtarmanloit, address by: that eloquent speaker. Revs The report was accepted! they will remain till the ea rly fall. well known poets. The pleasure of the the council he said that there were

1 'Ret.. Sturgls.! Rev. Dr. ralae" Dr. Burn-- i'atne'pastor' of the Union Congrega- the A Board communication of Trade in was reference received to from the Dr. J. A.'McLeay! who has been a audience .enhanced by an I impromtu I tot closets in the white portion of the

y 'Lain, fr.} IJojghton) and JqdgeLewis... lonal( Church. There'- la. no one more unitary conditions of the town, a ,request resident of West Palm Bach since Jest program of music both vocal and instrumental town and about lao in the colored porgy u
t 'be light side 'of the square was familiar with the great events. ol the been made that the Town and in which Mr rne8t. Miss
having )ecember,1eft for his home; In,Watford, tion a few In good sanitary condition,
"eterans;who were: Civil War tb.Ii.; Dr.,Paine. As one who Council take Immediate action The
formed the took Recitations
by younj and Mrs. Kunze
I Caoada: Wednesday morning.. Tli; Haas: part. : others fair, but the majorltr'needlag;
in command of Lieut. J, W. panders. went" through the whole of the campaign wand of Tilde also commended the rv
Council for the Improved condition of Doctor, who enjoys. a large' practicehere were also cle"lerly.reudered by immediate attention. Only thirty-three
The members pf' the .corps were, Dr,;,A, and'in }later years was honored. by being the streets, and in addition drewatteutlOD will spend the summer as the Miss Java Ross, Miss Hrrrls and Mr houses have sewer connection. The

'O. Riegel, II,,P.Braomog,.:Milton. Dick, appointed Chaplain of ,the Grand Army, to the need for batter ..sidewalks. resident p :yslclln'at'tlte Hotel Victory Ernest. council will take steps to remedy this
Frank It was to be expected''that the speaker Lauther and Otwell moved :
JamesMlifer", E. O.MurtonW.Anthony FvArm- wouJdbe', ODe .ot with and, world: bat Aldermen: the clerk notify the Board of Trade at Put In..Bay, Lake Erie;; a famous In. ,answer to "Enquirer, "The Sun stale of affairs! and those who fail to
Hutenant( :
Gardner, refer to the historic events of the struggle that their request regarding .the matterof summer resort He expects: (o ,return learns that Dr, Hough ton, one of the comply with the law will ,be vigorouslyprosecuted.

,I, Strong, and Chas.goadgeoldtarsavere, T.Harl.Behind the ;;. but his address f'-thei' took theo : sanitary Inspector bad 'been" complied to West Palm Beach early neat: season veterans in the Decoration Day parade ., r ,
the I with. l last Friday served in the Union
; brigade aad .the bandy, JThe left ( ht.\\l-a.-ppeaJ. !love of, country: ;nd.It BILLS! ,AND ACCOUNTS.x x FreJ&terry: manager of the Royal army The monthly report'of'the United
y boX+ .
? from July lath: ,. 1863: to close of the war, Weather Bureau at Jupiter bas
side of the square was formed by the that mikes for peace and hippiness.Dr. .. John Miller supplies*.75 cants PoittctaQ4ancl\ the\ Breakers, at Palm Ohio Independent States
citizens.. .Paiue !spoke, of the crosoiugof the l Dimlck $ Rlegel, supplies $,00. Beach. Play.and the, Homestead Hotel, as a lieutenat in the Ith just been asst"ed. It shows the men
pebrew.people, into Canaan under Josh- J.I.'i>( Gruber, supplies '1.15. Hot Springs,,V... has sal led; ,for Europe,, Battery, participating in some temperature for the month of May to
Those vial. were privileged to witness L. W. flurkbardl, supplies 1471. battles, coming out without a scratch.
39 have been 78. For the corresponding
cairn of atoned that erected be absent about six week
us.aud It.'te they to Mrs!
{htf pen.V, J'lt' not" sops: forge l Iii'r The J. Rogers street work, f it oo. Ills horse was shot under, him In the month last it was 76 and the average
of in the middle of 'the Jordan. This ]1. Roya, atreet sprinkling.oo. Sterry accompanied her husband Mr. ycar
' picture presented by the old white veterans behind i watt done as a monument to teach succeeding Dean Publishing Cov.printing and ad. Sterry.believes; In the.old adage that "A battle of Vermlllonville, western Louisiana for the past 13 years j Is 76. The 4t
I '6r seated in a }long"roW., Nov and he also lost one &
of the V8ftlsln $2I.O!. 3,1861 May ,record this year I is .highest
generations wonderful standing! post gains ,uo knowledge,, so
J.) ., them: stood, the,.bright, young. ,glrU ,from Interposition cot God In behalf of that A. B. Otwell, street and carpenter be. likes to take'tripi1o' England and of bis guns In the same battle, a 10- recorded during the fifteetr years, with
,, \iirt the public school''l,, and to the right,. the. worts, $1 i oo. ContlD'ent'of, : ronnd Pa'rrott. and the doctor thinks the exception of May, 1890., when the
people When they saw the monument P. W. King street wo.k.14 asOn the .Europe, to ,see boo
Of the 3psnUh-Amer. heed the the namely, 78. The
veterans the Johuies have celebrating figures were same
younger ,would ask\ what I it meant. motion of Aldermm Lantber and other hotels managed and
ho with ,historic they are to gel t since. total precipitation for the month was
icao was pregnant 4th 'of It
and 'Jllty'with. ever
:wart G_ these accounts wert accepted '
Interest( : .. Today all ovfr this great Republic, ordered er to be pew ,ideas. Many"othejr hotel :menshould I lloughton waa nor ,at any time ou detacbe 4.83 Inches. The average for the.past %i
y ; Maine California! Mm Florida to paid. follow. Mr. .. fifteen, U S :a6 Inches, so thaCMay
r 'fihalrmaa called to the pisiform, from to I, The Council passed the usual salary Sterry's exallpl.na.t } The below '
"" Coast: Advocate. the Held. 1902, was 4? !
sod lied. was constantly
s. estimates, adJour
Judge; Lewis,, Rsv- Dr. l'atae, Rf Y. M. 41."Uflu. OB fOg a '

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SUN. will have been given; and the duties enough later bu to join his wife end Mr. Harry Slrktlllef't town on Tue..
]_ i ,: of Memorial day will devolve on the daughters and return 'with them in the) day morning for New York City on an It's flti Old Saw

4Iai Pioneer pupar of Dade County, Florida rising; generation.; early fall. extended but! loess trip. lIe expects to _

: Mr. James Thompson; captain of the be away about two oulb., returning \, ', '. .

I taOPICAU SUN PUBLISHING' COMPANY sy.tem' "Pine Knot Camp" .fleet' of boats, ball early I. August. > .M-. ; .
4 ,, HARRY L. BROWN. MANAGER.AT The added another five acres to his orange' Mr, JOB. McCouib, a prominent, com- And ,Its Mission ds Done

- THoraiA.it' Sum, grove, making,a ten-acie .lot of it.; His mission merchant of New York Cltj [ ]1':1 JW" then you '
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'c "UBI-IlHaD aY.AV rlOAY' Having read with, much Interest the trees are doing splendidly.:' who bag done business along the Bait
I- i r various articles which have appeared AU those who eat fruit by the ,way- Const for several, years", baa rented the .

-1 ; SUBSCRIPTION PRICE!, 32.00 A YEAR! from time to' time In the newspapers side are earnestly requested not to Heckert Cottage on tho'talta; front .until Want, a fleuu One $

\ : concerning the change; Which has been throw the parings or skids on the ,road< recently<< occupied by %)r. J. K. Miller

- tCutercd *t the ponloffica/ of West Palm Bead made In the manner of placing eandl as It:)make\ dangerous traveling not Mr, McComb will spend a great deal of ..
\ / a*ccond-cUM m.Uer. dates In nomination through the prime:- time in West Palm Beach. "
only for the many who ride, bicycles but and a good< one, one that 'willhold Its
IltlDA JUNE 0, 100:1.: rles, the writer, though a comparative for the horses also, .The "Palms" l last ulghfcontalned, as I .' temper,' and 'one that Will CUt.' ,

1' ; 4* stranger in your midst, venture* to say The mango And pineapple crops are jolly a party ai ever assembled 'in.West'' You will Ran them, in great variety, together -' "
tends to
that moverlient which place
any Palm Beach. There was a tuperabund with a complete line of otherCarpenter's .
One of President Lincoln's letters of the individual now tb* fashionable topic of converse "
the In the hands '
L more
: ?, power lion, with "aint the roads bad" fora ance sweetness, prettiness and gSlety
written April
to General Urnnt on of -
and less in the hands politiCal
and U was alt planned and trough
-: :SO, 1864, sold at auction In New leaden in not only progressive,,but chorus. a.- about by the charming;,girla, who form ." ." Tools. at/, .

York ]last'week\ for $1050. democratic and right. tne membership of the 'Telethea Club. ". -

: MJ,: It has been said of Mexico that "in no' TIlE SOLDIER-DEAP .. The object "of the social was to raise

country baa Ood done so much and man REMEMBERED funds]tp go towards the purchase of a

I : Great Britain la the first govern '0 little to make It a desirable, place .to '":-' piano for use in, the school aud it 1 Is H1\TeHBTT'S.

t i merit to be officially represented in live in." Florida has manyjnatnral advantages Continued from Page 1. gratifying to be able to announce thu .

4: Cuba, the British minister alrendy] and it remains with the people nearly $30 was netted. The flower, -::-------

f 4' being.established .at Havana. 'enforced o do their an part.equitable Good system laws properly of taxation ) Canada iuspended., the childen banks Bodies are of closed old soldiers, commerce escorted candy were liberally, lemonade patronized.and Ice-cream table ';;" " " " '1"'r""t" " " '" ;" ;" '

by to cemeteries !
_ and of arc marching
a just plan
//s of tilt' and graveyards with flowers and< The Philippine bill has been passed at
Poor Chicago 1 The people t attract a good class'of citizens: ta thionnection

t Windy City are lacing a serious situation : there appears to be room fompfoveitient wreaths to decorate the graves of the Washington. | Dressy Clothes !
soldiers who fell in the battles of the
: ; by reason of the strike of th. : ) in'the .general system 01
great Civil War, or who have died since '
teamsters who deliver meat for.h< the Statewhirl
I .. government throughout Column.WANTED. .
I When the lonnRer'people ask what i it Everybody's
packing houses. !lava bees ?ould ,be greatly benefitted by the intro ;T 111-
Suppie} means, it (tells,the story of the treat; jC Cost no more when bought frorq_us ,than the '
I practically.!! : abut off, and there wll hi luction of the township system ; not tbtv conflict which lasted for four long years, n fitting, poorly-put-together kind do 'elsewhere. 1
surveyed township, conslstittg of sc
"'little eaten this week. :
men and which resulted in a reunited country ,
r ,. -. 'nany.square miles irrespective of popu, wltb'a flag floating over seventy and == It Is wonderful the savings you secure through" .;:::1
-- Intiou, but a township whose boundarle, T\7ANTED-rAGENTS In all towns the ecouomlo position! we "" '
Frank Jones, of Jackson, Mich., i ball be fixed by natural arbitrary liner more millions of free people. W where we are not representei occupy .
One of the dan by Write lor agents' terms. Address, MI- .
grandest things
i; young man who is noted for his da i This places every individual within the ; = C !
.j anti Steam Laundry, Jas. C. Llgeou, .
I J'' ,., lug work on a slack wire, is to wall :orporate limits of some town which i in b Any nation in any lime and in any age Proprietor. 59 if .

t, ',' il" across Niagara Falls! this summer 01 Itself a mluature Republic, and? was the the fight giving against of freedom Spanish to despotismand Cuba and FOR SALE. .* H JVIany JVEan Has Told Us : :, 1

: wire with his blind whose local officers are elected by an( -- '
: # //r.\, a copper eyes lending her forth to take her place E "'//I'
folded and his shoulders Are under the control of the resident = that be has dressed better and nicer and: had
and =
': a man on the the TRAP, one surrey two dray no .
Republics of
\ youngest ONE
\ :Jt.1 The wire will be 200 feet above tin Aiemselves.\ among world. Will sell together or aep SI-! tioubfa paying for It, since having It made here. ?: -,
1"" The advantages of such a system ar. arately. Address P. 0, Box; 34t, Wes SH When take into consideration the .
} fnllrt. Those who would like to tal Mr. Paine spoke of the good feeling l'ahnfleacls. 5 >3 tf you
aud not the least them 1 I.
naay among =P of our rrtade-to measure Clothing! and
i :'i, the trip onJoues' back are request i ir between the Confederate and Union sol- our way
( the opportunity which it affords as ai dlers Wade who'sale GOOD ALI.-ROUND WORK S::= of easy payments, it Is no wonder we do a rou !-
to quoted
apply immediately. ; Hampton, ONE
r : e lucator. for sale, ami one tancy driv =:: big business in .
the trouble In the North and Southwas ,
It is a nursery of Individual freedorr, great lag horaei-aiaiidard bred. W. P. Hatch. _. .. .
between the beligerent noncombatants ett. t'
5 9
: where the man feels a sense o'
The words of Lord Salisbury, Brit. young of the late lIe vf -
its Importance as a part of the body po spoke FsUr" sahd TOUSES
; ; ish Prime Ministerin reference to tb title, and gains assurance front the fee riding with General Gordon the other FOR; RENT. :

i late Lord Puuncefote, rppresentatiV' day from Jacksonvrllr to West Palm HAVE-TWO elegant Lake View :
chat he has.the right and the power t< WE =. : =.e
of Great Britain at Wasbin tJ1 Beach. The General said that he lee Cottages for rent for next season, *
j ''j\\ } ,', :omuieut in open meeting up.n the aclt At Prices Within
whose week I tured ail over the North, and had tact one (for6oo and one for f 700; complete) == the ==
deutbjoccurred![ a
; ago f his the town officers November
r > public servants f urn ishcct. Possession given I. Reach of One
\ are full of significance.; Speaking c tnd to use his Influence in any matter with. grand reception, except: : In one Also, one furnished Cottage, 7 rooms'lor sH Every =

I $ the deceased, Lord Salisbury trill)' which affects the public weal. Eacl oase, in Kansas" A Grand Army man the summer ]f5 per month. := .
Jild he would not listen to a man who Tropical Real Estate Exchange ::::::
h k said that he was ono who had don own becomes a component and const! had fought the of 4 13 oa tf W. I. Mctcalf, Algr.

} r mora than nny one man to the United States, The rest of the cdm
: the union of? (the two great AngloS county, which Is again a part of I BIDS WANTED. .
rades said that man had never fought
larger Republic the State, and that
xon races, which ,Is one of tb' but most of his time In the 'PHK BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTiON E
spent .
Merchant Tailor Gruber West Palm Beach
of of still Republicitid Block/
healthiest find most promising indi again a part a larger The address. which JL invite prompt bids for '
hospital. was loudly
I the best governed,because it is gov I i the transportation of pupils between
.1 : cations of the time." :rned by the people, the beat govern cheered was closed with the following Mangonia, Lake Worth, I'alin Beach and( mum; u;. u.ummmmmmmmmmm; umuuiuu u.. i:

H; j i : nent in the world, the United States olVmerica. lines'L: .L" .. u..._ I _West'_L. _Palm__...Beach_ ,__five_ ...days.. __,per,_'-,_i.eek___,.
ffto mora unaii crie war cry ."ver. eigai munias. "'UI''' uuc rcuuuio parties __
I I ; The appropriation of the United Or the. winding river be ratS, with safe boats of ample nccomiiio ____ 1__ --

I Stales government of < Again, taxation is simplified undei They banish our sager forever, dations, need apply. The Board te-
$2,377\OO mch a system. The State assesnes th Wbttu they laurel the grave of our fleadd, serves the right to reject any or all bids hO<>OO-O-C>-< ZJIJURIIARDT'S
for the improvement of Florida wnterways.
Further information ,be obtained
1 county, the county the'town, and tb. Under the oA and the dew may
mean a great deal for tb from any member of the Board or Z. T. Wet Palm Beach, May, iO, 1110:1: .
1 town the individual. .All appropriation Waiting the Judgment day,
Superintendent, Buena Vista
I State, and gives just cause for inos (or public expenditure: : are made at the Love and tear lor. ne Blue, i MCfritt Florida.,' J6 tf .
L b sincere rejoicing. No town or city ii Tear and love fur the Gray.
: : Innual town meeting where every legal PEOPLE COMPLAIN

I l Florida will begrudge Jacksonvill /oter has the rlxht. participate in an) At the conclusion of Dr. Palne's address TRAINED NURSES.

'1 the $1,300,000 for the deepening or llscusslon which may arise, and by majority the baud played ithe old familiar 'pRAINED NURSES can be obtained that they cannot get Pure Butt r which Indeed is true in k

I,' }t' the St. Johns river from the city t< vote regulate the annual expense 'Dixie," and Dr. Hough ton was then JL by telegram or postal addressed to these days of skillful imitation.. '
t the sea. In a few years it may rea md so fix his own tax rate. He is'thus Introduced. Church, Home and Ho.pital, Orlando 2.lIti It you really WANT PUUK BUTTER, fresh and sweet -
Terms $15 perweek.
,':: sonubly be expected that Florida', Indoctrinated with the principal of local DR. HOUGHTON'S ADDRESS. flora the moat famous dairy in the world, YOU CAN GET IT

,i .c.. metropolis will have a population o
I' more than a hundred thousand. powerful: factor in fitting him for the iress, the keynote of which was patriot- YOU PROGRESSIVE This gutter is justly famous in' tbe great cities. tror'

what more effectually appeals t. nore important duties of statesmanship. am. Lack :of'space forbids extended ARE or "ambitious student of: obvious reasons, we don't care to name the brand. Any :
The legislator who is desirous of leav- reference but Is Elocution Aesthetic Physical Culture dealer it tf be is to the We: -
; r' local interests is deepening of Birayne one portion specially or can get willing pay price. _
\ ng u monument as a public benefactor worthy of reproduction After referr. Oratory? The New York; Scnool of willing do that in order to have the beef, and we are not 4
at Miamia work that wil!.
:an find no more fitting opportunity, ing at considerable length to the great Expression Genevieve Stebbio, the charging you one penny more than I I.. asked for the lens. choice 2

,, ,; cause that thriving city to becomithe ban this presents. Such;: a move is not progress made: by the Republic, .the eminent Southwick Delsartinn., Principals.and Summer F. Townsend sessionat kind, :85 cents a pound, 3 pounds for $1.00, .
most important seaport in thi ID the nature ot an experiment, since it .
speaker touched on tl
; _ Ras born on board of the Mayflower aud conflict of '6r-6s in the following words: July 1st, 318,West J7lh Street New Finest Groceries
las stood the test of time in many "It must be remembered that our1 Civil York. j64t L. W BITBKHAKDT ::.
States where is still upheld and rev- ,..
The United States Supreme Court War stands unique among all the con
reuced bulwark of liberty. Let It will pay you to purchase our Coupon HookaBraver
as a or
hns declared the right of a State o'' flicts of history; its result has been not ,
top our conceitedness, and look at such to but anile POLITICAL
separate to the sovereign
t the Union to pass laws excluding : ANNOUNCEMENTS
natters of public interest in a
bodies of from into progress comuiowealtbs pf a great composite na. :.
people going; r
lye spirit,aiming always for improve- Ion; divergent'and conflicting interest JOOOOOOC
city or community which is quo ran nent profiting by the experience ol -
and, politics have been unified aud directed For,the Legislature.
; .: tined..] The case in which this decision ,thers,' aud so add the blessings of good toward _; -
a common end of common 'Just.
which The trlondn of Mr. A. A. 1IOOO. of Co. Opened :
land God
was given was one wa o\ernment to this fair which tt
good; ; friendships haye been cemented, ounnt Grove tmrvhy announce him n* a ,0 a'le fortheSeasonI'
brought against the Louisiana baa so richly endowed. not friends estranged aud the bond of nillilato for tint X.eplain.tiire. front ,Dade ,
; (' Floridanubjtfc to the action of the
DL Board of health the o1 CH S. E. HAMER. .
by owners brotherhood is stronger and far more Delu..crRt\o\ Pl.lm..r.
Datura Street Near the Lake Front
._ ,
the Brittania a French steamer tender than It would ever have been To the Democratic Voter. of Bade CountYI I' &

4 which sought to. land 400 italia/ COCOANUT CROVB GLEANINGS. lad it not been fur the appeal: to arms. I hereby announce rnvself, aft a candidate I'TraBsient! Rates Reasonable Rates the 4Cl
: lop' Unprwaeiitatlvnof Conotv.mihject to Special Iiy feet
100 ...
: y immigrants in New Orleans in 1878. Mrs. Jessie Moore closed her lovely What other war has had an ending/( alike the action of the Democratic, Frlumrleii.. !
beneficent to victor and vanquished** .OK A.II AM W. KINO.
The opinion of the Supreme Court home, "The Moorings" on Friday. GOOD HOME COOKING, -

.J _ was banded down by Justice Whit She will shortly leave for the north to GRAVES DECORATED., For Tax Assessor: EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE ,,:, .: ;)',

an] sustained the Stale Jaw on thi remain until Nocmberuext and willre While the baud played patriotic.airs, 1'0 the Democratic Voters of Dade County I iI EAT YOUR SUNDAY* DINNERS AT BJIUNER COTTAGE ,. ,.. ': '

ground that until Congress takes thi accompanied by her niece Miss the young girls from the school, led by heretir annoUnce mTHwlf M. a Candidate '
Loud who has the here. Miss Grace Lainhart, visited the for the otilceof Tax AwteHmkr Huliljcfc to the MRS. IDA M. BRTJNER
& 4 quarantine power from tbe States spent season graves; action of the I>6mo<.ratlo i'rliimrleift. Prop ", .,
: each State:) ia entitled to make and Prof. W. P. Blackman of Yale' College, of the soldiers who are burled in Lake ,- R...).. SMITH.To .

enforce its own quarantine regulation ] made the Grove a flying visit on Tueo- View Cemetery and deposited thereon, 'I the Democratic Voter of Bade County i .. .., .' .
't Jay in with his brother Rev. the wreaths flowers,that- had been After careful conxlilnratloa: I offvi my- :.. ....... ......................................a)** ." '
company ,
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Men a. n ".nu.ua. .ur .n. w.u. .
B. V. Blackman of Miami. ontripnted qy> the people of the town, Furnished Rate *l.eo Pair '
Nor of Dade Cuuntv.nultj t too the aLtlou otth : Newly Throughout. Day ,
There were nine thus i>uiuo, graves decorated-\ Special Rat* l byU.eM ev Month: !
The .
Memorial day was observed by the Congregational Church Sunday I the support of my friend turouchoutthucounty.
The nameS of sevenof, the deceased are ot<). a! AUA.ua. : S ,
residents of Wont Palm Beach in ft School picnic to Cocoaplum Beach was a known: namely CoU! Livingston and *' THEE ''J.

J ; mariner that has set a decided) great success and thoroughly enjoyed. as For Treasurer '
prece Veterans Clow, Kelso, fihert.
-*, ilent. Heretofore the occasion ha* was ment to of be Rev.expected and Mrs.under Merrick the ,manage Ian, Pierce and Leanou. Two of the I, To the Toten of Dad; v Commercial Hotel i

been recognized In a way more or lest lead are unknown. I hvraby announce my retlnmimt from the .
Mrs. Haden entertained Mr. Jones rare for TreaMurvr of Dad I nitntjr; anil In .
After this
perfunctory } but this year thanks duty had been performed, would c.i.rcllally thank those who : f
and slaters at farewell luncheon the home>o CLEMATIS AVENUE, NEAR JEFFERSON BLOCK : .
to the and thoughtfulness ol "taps" were Bounded by Milton Dick had espreatuni: an Intoifctlou t"support ni.,ic;r : ,
; energy/ klotliuNM. "
their I
other Mr. Myreaiona tueretiring :
day, as Jones was moving ...
and tfle pronouncing! of the benediction
the Ladies' of a business nature. :
Cemetery Improvement
t from his cottage near here to a much by Rev. C. Fred a Very rwHiiectfiilly, : O. W. SCHMID, ProprietorSpecial : !
Blackburn of : SS
pastor lIEN. !: ,
Association, fitting tribute was{paidto -
larger house that he has just had built be .
Methodist Church
the gallant; veterans who Q'rps1tepi on his property near the Orange Glade memorable brought the To tha Demorratle voter of Dud County E Attention to All Room Lighted S

%il i g the last long sleep in LakeView. rock road. proceedings to a close. for I hereby th"'olll"announce of invudlf'J'rea..r.a. a candidate : }
County subject to
-a---- : Travelling Men
i : The wonder of Itall was,that Captain and Mrs. Simons were passed ADDITIONAL IhO mill action July 16th.of the 1UOJ Dcinocrollu: Prliiiarlna. to be SS .:. With. Gas! .:,-'

J :: it was possible in this young city to gers on the "Miami" on Wednesday en- LOCAL ANDPERSONAL O. H.hereby AVLERSOK.I : Free Sample Room : .

make the ceremonies the great success route for Key Went where Mrs. Slufona ITEMSMr. anuonnre. myiwlf a tfandlilate forheiMtlieof SS ,..rtr '

they really were. May 80th, was to take the Mallory steamer for lees tt> tbe Peoiooratlo IrwiwoniF. of Frluiary.Dude.County. io>,, ..SCSSS.SSSS..uTHE .c.................*.*.............S
1902, will ever be memorable In the New York. J.: B. Prevatt, secretary of tbe -

annals of the progress of West 1'ahn Mrs. Richard Carney and son Landon Boynton Packers Iud Shipper Association For Tax Collector. '

? t Beach, and] the kindly offices of sweet.rememhrn leave for Catnptoune.N. ,., on Saturday, Isl lit town today on buslne. To the Democratic Voter of Dade County :

ace which marked that day where they will be joined by Captain One of the north bound passengers on I hereby. annonnre. myself' aa a'candidate TRAVELERS
"Dick" Carney and 'will spend the summer the Florida East Coast foe the iKMltlnn ol (onntj Tax Collector nub
ff4 will have their Influence on all who Railway Express jarS to the artlon ut the:: Democratlo fc'rlmalentol : -
with Mr. and Mrs. Fuller. Captain this merging vW.. ; r'' >ehelil July 15th and
untl the Moore, of next reipectully IEW HANAGEMF T----.
; took part, program I request the aupport and votr of ;
is his north in of my :
barney on charge .
way Jarnwell, S. C. Mr. Moore bal been atMlanif rlend. XHO$. J. 11AK1>KK:. -"
will form the basic pattern for Dr. Culver's yacht LaBarraba.Mrs. Cutler, Boynton md other MRS N. F. GARCIA
future observances in the years. that Arthur Saunders and her bonny places along tbe East. Coast on a prospecting For Member or School Board. : .Fla.. .

', 4:,. are to rome. In a few years more little daughter will accompany Mrs. Car. tour. lie'expects to eventually I hereby a ononn- '; ;myself;; a candidate 'orm.mber.hll Dath's. .);.J
) 4 ; the life work of the old soldiers of ney north on Saturday aud 'will\ be her become a resident of this section" of > on th* County School. Board ofa Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service.:
I > the two contending armies will be guest at Cantptoune. Mr. Saunders Florida,and is greatly pleased with tbe Oeoiovratlo .PrImer ."All.... D. The Best $8.0O: per day Hotel in Florida.

over, the Jut clasps of friendship hopes to be abl. to leave business long country and Its climate. I W... Paint Beach, Fla. HcOIKLBr. r.k.eat at th. Union D.potecacS t ask tb*CouJunor te atop at .Ih. .TrartUw.. Ja.J:



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'1'10Plo.I.L t1jt .PAU&& IA.CH SXOBIDA FRIDAY JUNK 6 1904. I 3
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itc TUB BOER WAR GALL persona-t )r. are otherwise legally qualified M.E.GRUBERaEALllll: ,, HARDWARE

w 'r, -V IS'. ENDED For ]Hfiiocratic' Primary Election hereby The following appointed'named Uegistmttoo persoD.f!Officers are CRbCKERYand,

: for said primary, lo wit :
In Dade County, Fla.
Peace Declared In South Africa A,
----.,...- Precinct No 1, W. E. Styprnan. FURNITURE.II
t'" Terms of Surrender Signedr' Precinct No. if, W. L. WldlDtyer.PreQillot .
-' Xieinocratlo) Primary Election "
Saturday NI ht. Is l hereby called,to be bel1'; in Dade No 3, S. Bobo Daad.Preelnet All Kinds of Boat Coods.

,, 1 County Florida, In each and ever.vreclnt No. 4, M. B. Lyman.Precinct .
No. H. Bunon. 'bp! 'cycle...rl Blay-cle I Simdrl.. etere.TldwereDoor.baehandmind
Peace, has been declared after nearly \ thereof, on Tuesday, Jjily16th \ 5,1 ; 1 1'N 1V
V '1'-' two years!! and eight! months of a war 1902, and! on Tuesday, August i Precinct No;.6, J. W. Urn stead.. 'C: Ali'in'dMor'II'Isldng, Tackle and porting' 3ooit

which!\ tried the British empire to lU 12th, 1902, for the (purpose of nom "l'rctnct N3aY, Ffauk ISL a.qahad.Precinct. anI 'en.ollueStoves.: Blue Flame Ktronrua Oil Sloven.UlMiware .
J. W IvePieclnct and! Unrrlnon linn.. HuntlyMixed Pain t'lt
uttermost and wiped the,Boers from tbe candidates for' the follow- No: 8, "' I Lamp. lantern
inating No. 9 H. L. Mitchell. .'. xMr At.il Order Given Prompt Altantlon. tl-rgr
,, ..' lint of ntttioua. [ in,., named of beg to be voted for in 1, : I r
The war has:; come to an end, with the general election which is to beheld Precinct No, 10,'John Burdl( *ei "
4\: Lord Kitchener's announcement from ou the ilrsl Tuesday In Nov Precinct No, 11, ,W. D. Albuty. Exec LlYe ConiraHtfl of the State" .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAa 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
PrytgrialIat) be, Lord MillieI''and theBoer 1902 Precinct( No, 12, E!:, C. Twldells.U of Florida sw.
1 ember.A.'D to-wit:
delegates had signeM .'term'.utrender. of shalt( be the duty of such Registration The candidate receiving a major fllil.Vl ,W. nROADWELK M. D., Pliynltlun and SurgeonI0giatured
t"' ; One Unlt d States Senator.:) l Pharmacist.,olllne In Dru,. Btoren
a: ." This announcement 'hud One Representative! In Congress, olUbei'u to register! all \\t.yof all the votes \111)al.l) l .be declared I
l ;" been anticipated for several days l, but Second\ Congressional District. white Democrats .who' shall apply; the, nominee, provided, that
ill receipt/ Sunday afternoon In London 'One Justice of the' Supreme :'for such who are af the time of a second, primary, when' necessary; / o COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY a

took the nalloii by nurprlse, as every Court. ;f such application, pr will be eniltled to. choose 1 Ietweenthe? ; two highest III5IM & UWA'YI -

i ,.bodyhad confidently, ;, believed that the One Beefrelary of ,:tStntd. under the State Election. Law, landldaVei where nomination shall Proprietor
House! of commons' 'would hear the first 'One Comptroller.Two' > : 1,0''regKterd for the next general: r not< have been! made by .majority. !
news oq' :Monday. Ta-e( edge of the anticipation Unload Commissioners, election, 'J'batl.ld/ KeglBlratiOQr ; vote in the first prtnjary election, ,
with which Grentnrltatna wait One Member of ,the 'House "of >III OPTS* ban require eaoh person n hall be I.eld. '' on Tuesday, Cue 12th in 'Medicines
t 1 ."edtheproudnedatalementoftheH'oUsl'ot tee'presentaliyeB. who shall make application for reg day of August, A. D."1902, and at Dealers BeliaMe and C emfcals.A .

Commons!I from Mr. Balfour, the Gov- ,One County' Surveyor istration to declare on his hnor audit primary election .only such ,
1 5: eminent leader, was still further dulled Ope Tax Assessor1.. that he'ls entitled to be registered electors were q'ualilisd to vote at FULL LINE OF-. /
.t'< the following( nieflSflRe from King: One Tax Collector. 'under the go'neritl election laws of the first primary election shall be
'Edwhnl; ;: tf was issued State-and that'lio-wllf vote for Perfumes, Rubber Goods, t
hA to fda 1 people, whlctt .One County Treasurer the permitted to vote -.
,aftermidnightSaturday: >: Five County Commissioners. and'( support[ the nominees 'of such Except< as hereinbefore providedsaid Toilet Articles, Cigars and G

""The King has received the welcome Three Members of tile County primary, both State, and County. primaries shall lie conducted and Stationei r. Tobacco.
,new. of thg cessatlon'of 'hostilities In Hoard of' public instruction, Said Keglatratlo'n otltcers shall I ID accordance with the primary
w South Africa wi.b ,, their books' at the poll. and the. general election la.Jof
y Yq infitttf satisfaction One Justice of the Peace In and keep open air 8-ltf PALMS BLOCK WEST PALM DEACII.a..mil.mnr..r.an..nnyyn.ia.amnt.y.'.
feud hill niHJeNty'trusts tha, peace may for Pi"tllot No's--2, ?, 4,5, 6; T, 8, tng'place in each\ election precinct this State now in force. ,
tiNy speedily be followed by 't1le :.restoration 0, 10, 11 and 12. )u the 12th, lath and 14th days of W. A. FILER, ...
> of: ,prosperity In'his new dominions', and ,, One Constable In and for Dta "'June, A. O., Ib02, between the Juhalrman Democratic Ex. Committee

that(the feelings necesearily'engeudered trlct,No's 1, 2, 3, 4,'S, 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, hours of 9 A. ]it 1.0.12" M. and 1 P. M._ of Dade County CITY MEAT MARKET "
,by War will give place to earnest- toopeiatlon 11 ana 12 to tt P. M. Attest'

... on the pert of hli oiajcsty'i Such Primary Election: shall be All persons so registered shall,, S. L. PATTERSON, Secretary. ( Florida and Western Meats, i'oultry. Game and Eggs.
''a..-.,youth 'African' ,subjects in prou. tlog held In each"of the 12 precincts' of for the purpose of said primary
:;rIri?i welfareoltbefrcommon country.' this County between the hours of election be deemed to be lawfully Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.

According-to a dispatch to the Daily eight A, K. and sundown, and. the reglsSeredunless their name or West Palm Beach Jefferson Block. WEST PALM BEACH.
Ex pies* frpui Utrecht, Holland; :Mr.Krujjer following named plarxyforIioldlhgn1Cb names; shall be stricken from such
y { was Ikifor'med, shortly; ever 9 election, KIIII.llie-, following lists as hereinafter provided. Said
o'clock Sunday night, that peace bad named In..p..ctorM'| 111..1 l clerks to Registration officers' shall, not later, Town LotsA
't rWen declared. He bad been asleep.1 ; conduct tlio, utiine are hereby Dam than June-20Ui, A. i>., 1U02. deliver 1 I J. B. !MCGINLEY & G0.
,,. t My God !I" be said. "It I. iinpOMilMr. ed,si IK! appointed! by I he'Executive; such registration books to the discount-of 10 per cent fur

be.! .Committee, Itwjtt airman of this Committee, who cash will be granted on all sales of
[ :.Kruger and his'.entourage theL'diHpalcli'coQti'nneii Precinct :JNo. 1, polling place; shall call a meeting of this Com .I ota for $800 and under; over $800, .. Strictly first-Class ..,
',hope,,taJje periiiillrd 1 public H'IItol! housu ; inspectors, mittee'on said last mentioned dateto I 5 per cent for oasb.WALLACE .
"t.i: return ,to the Transvaal:./This, how. W. J, Dyer, Ben Parke.. Morris! revise such list ; that in case 'House-Furnishings:
,vcr.<< -:1-: \ quite,unlikely.i-- .|.> ,1111. clerk, C W.-MePherson. any Lames any stricked from'such R. MOSES, ; ,
; The jwhlch-Great:; :Britain was anauKtously 1'recunct'Nd. 2, polling? plao, lists that suchjinaiues be published Agent FE. (X U'y Land Dep't Draperies Window Shades
tryl; V awaiting, Cauie'' chatacterlntlc| \ aobool house ; inspectors, Marry' for at least one insertion in some ;

,/ ally on an edtireiypaciflc'aud unititerestinK <<: UuBoU, William Lamb, E. C. Miller newspaper In the County giving( AGENCY !i *.. Wall Papers
'' Sunday: aCternoau.whllll' London ; clerk John Il, Grant.! notice that this Committee shall _

presented a'deserted 8PI' ?"'aDce, Very .' Precinct No. ,3, polling place, meet on'.July Bill, ,.... n., 1902, to" CONTINENTAL Wickers Japanese '
late; ,Saturday:; uight a despatch .was received Yacht Cub-| House ; inspectors reinstate any of such persons' sotrlcken ,

from Lord ICltcliener In whlcb\ 'r. DpU rry: Joel ,A, Dean and John if In their judgment the and Enamel Goods
jtie'Bald'; the. Boer delegates[, were Coiningto M ..Beach';; clerk: ,J, i1'I Bergces, same should be'done, at which'iald PLANT COMPANY I
I 'Pretoria 'that, they ha)V accepttd Prtclhcl'No 4, polling place, Jim meeting all persons .o stricken and Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County y
t 'G-ellt' Britain's terms and that they l.* tter'lIl'i .,t.;" here prepared to slxn terms of sur'rulAf. I <\I. n. Murray J. VV. Porter and attend. Said: Committee shall at OfKittr'ellJT. C. Jefferson 'Block WEST PALM BEACH f
?: :MrBroder'ick, the War Secretary, George I.yinun ; clerkf. .- II, Wllkincon. !- such\ meeting,make up.a list of all tart, -

,, r r rY t pvraoually communicated thin message J registered- electors as shown by the .. ..z 1
",* :to Khlg edward.' who was at Bucking.ham Precinct No. ,5, polling 'pru $,, said registration! lists and by the STHAW1JKRHY. -' --' ----.--------
* 'Y palace. But tbe Government- north end Of railroad( jIVpul ; in registration books of the'' County, Vabb...., Tomato add Celery PlanU.VAIUTAT1UN l.

L. 'V clineJ-tatalcC( any chances, and, nothing speolors.P. Pederson K.G. Tanker, or" In' case stich: books cannot PINKS WATER COLORS.
h V -conCeinfug'tbpreceipt: ; \ ; of this menage! and L. G. Lyman ; clerk, VVT,, G. o be procured for the purpose of --". ;.**, Spa".alt
I %raa lillowed to .leak; out. At about one Carle.; making p such Hat, then the list of run r
J1 4; V (f o'cluck.Sunday afternoon' the WarOffice Precinct No.6, polling place registered. voters as published prior We handleRosa., V. 'l.. Tuber,and Glen Flowering SI..Mary.'I./ Plantn. RICH2 RO 1 E. RESLER, ,
).i received: the following dispatch from Hardy's store ;. Inspectors, J. I. tothejast general election shall be A shared your p tl'D..geftollolle"
1 l.or4'KltebeDcr, dated Pretoria, Hf5p : ([aJ'dy"Jol W. Pearce and 'C. K.Ilaile used, a'copy of which list.shall be I MAIL ORDBR3; PROMPTLY KILLED
, I y. : p .. Saturday, May Jt: ; cl rk../ Covender f ui nl ishetl 1 tbe inspectors of each precinct I Address FRANK corE, Photogt1aphetf.
'7"A documep!; containing terms'! of Precinct No. 7, polling plao o"- In the County, No, person ; lard! P.0.Box 144.Wept Palm Beaoh* Fli<
.. aurrelderwaaeiguedherethin: evening Stranahau's hall ; inspectors, KiyA.Bryan except those shown on such lists :'i CLEMATIS'AVENUE l'
0'. r '1'J:'""" at half past'10 o'clock by"all: !) 'theBortrepyesentatlyei K. C. Goodwin and W. I.. *.hall be entitled: vote at or part'cipate ,.AAAAA'AAA'AA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJC. Opposite Masonic Temple. .
as well, all'by Lord Mil: o lUacknell ; clerk. W. C. Valentin in such primary election '.

, r and mjselfr" precinct No. 8'polling place, R. .- In case any of the' above named I :a. Yon SCHOELERWatchmaker .. West Palm Beach, f 1a.CL !
.vi} tile clerk on duty at the War Office i. }lcDoua d'li store inspectors, parties shall refuse to act, or for
; \ ,,4 tranauiiited this\ uiswage' to Buckingham ,John A.:Hiirp, A. Sloane and JohuW uny reason are unable to act asRegistration : : ----- -------_.
"':1'.:' '"piiUce, where King Edward'wa">lunch.l VToflford ;clerk, C. P. 1>ull. ; officers, them the Cam. .
,\l log At about S,o'clock' : word wan re- Precinct No.9, polling place, sign Committee la hereby author. and Jeweler.
\t cared permitting, the publication of Moifat's old. store ; Inspectors, P. o Ized to appoint a proper person to .. A. GALE C. CUTTRELL I
,',;. '.. Ibis ine 8Hge, and the smalt notice which W, Merritt, Paul Matthans und ill! such vacancy.. ART'I iIC .. ,
-';\, WaR s ..ck up outside tbe: War Office Raymond' Burr ; clerk l.! F. Mof- All candidates for county' offices ENGRAVER on'. ; MANGONIA BOAT WORKSC.
consisted of a copy of Lord Kltchener'acablegram. fat. I. :
shall( make application, setting WOOD METAL
.... ; A notice was put op outside Precinct No. 10, polling place, forth the office for which they C. CUTTRELL, 3Iannger. Y
of the Coloiiial Office. Beyond these two city hall ; inspectors, Dun Cob- 'desire to run. by noon on the'24th I : PARLOR Shipwright Caulker and Spar Maker.
bitll of pnpcf London knew nothing of grove F. W.NlIahn and O. R Nicholson fay\' of June A. D., 1U02, to the in ZAPH'BLOCK, : ,
lire'great'( event. At the clubs'; the : clerk. J. B Reilly.. Chairman of this Committee, and NOt dour South lit MARINE RAILWAYSand '
liotel and the.newspaper offices, which rfcclnct No.; 11, polling place, each applicant, In order to have SEMINOLE HOTEL
Were ulindst all deserted, ,th Shops. West Side of Lake
nowl'wa ticked out on the tape UarJie ,
tone John J. llinson, ,,Andrew used at said primary shall accompany WEST PALM BEACH FLA.Experienced .
Then{ like ,.lId' at'about o'clock London and W. D. Albury; clerk. J. L his application with tho at MANGONIA.
awakened to the fact that the South I. workman. Cleaning; and
Gik.. Voung.Precinct following.fees; lto""lrtolla"mlully done. e-Ie-tr Eatlraatea furnished on New or Old Work.
..... African\ war was over. The inhabitants No. 12, polling, place; Representative, $25. | m..nmmm.firelord Vessels hauled out and taken ca.reOr: for the Summer.
$ f ffcke.f to the Manrlon Bouse the Mea' Brown & Moody warehouse ; Inspectors County Surveyor, $5. rtm!
Cu1- of the boisterously patriotic, just in I. T. Stephens, Johu J. Tax Assessor, $(:JO. IWAII Work done With Neatness 'and Dispatch.8fS .
f HUH to Bee the Lord Mayor of London *itranhaus and W. A. Cooper; Tax Collector, $1 h0: SKIFFS A SPECIALTY./ 11-1-02

',,. Sir Joteph C. Dlmsdale, come to a' bal- clerkt; William Anderson. County Treasurer, $50., Bras \ .
f? c/>uy and announce that terras..nl| sur. All ballots shall be In accordance County Commissioners, each, $5. 1 -
render had been" signed South Africa. I with the provisions of the Members of the School Board, Real b'slale and Insurance, ( *onooo to.o.noitoito.o.noio.no{ i o ooruooo.o o.no.no.no..t
Amid ;'la01"cbeera the Lord Mayor State Election' Law, and sht.ll be each, $5. 10It" If
nidlta: short-speech, In which he expressed printed and'distributed under the Justice of the Peace $1. PALM' BEACH, FLA. I, Truscott B6at MTg\ Co.,
w+ : his'hope that' London' would directUb; of the Democratic Executive Constable, $1. :c t
show' its appreciation of the;; good' news Committee of this county. The Campaign Committee ahallrepar4 Notary public.:; Cottages to Rent f. CO'NSTRVCTORS OF oo

by behaving itself In an'orderly'ulall er Three! Inspectors and one Clerk and distribute an official
) Building.North of Grade Pleasure Craft
'. "Let u...;" satd the Lord! Mayor, In. oonclonion > shall bold the election tn each district ballot to be used' all uuch primary 1, e-1-01Pnlnelaa Po tofflc 80&<\1. | High 1-,
"now pray'for a'long and happy and shall for both
,, serve In accordance with the! general
Vapor Marine Motors. ><
,.,; peace" State and county primaries, each election law and with the Call of Y
The close of the war is being celebrated of whom"shall subscribe in writingto the Democratic Extoutive'Com.!: Monroe Donefj-ShaTini Parlor J. D. C. MORRIS, Agent I''

in India, Australia Canada and an oath'thattllIly, and rach of mittee. 0, :c'
Ollvv.Coupur'H West Palm Beach Florida 0
Banyan St. o ,
throughout'the British Empire; them will faithfully perform the At the close of the polls! the (>ldStaud|

V .... duties'. of suclrinspector and clerkIn ) inspectors and clerks ihall.canvass BEST BERVICE and oito7lokoleokoleoteoleoitoleoaoltofaootaoeo7eo7ao1io7aoito .o; oitos o si
The-Georgia Peach Crop the holding of fuch primary In tile votes, make correct returns, PROMPT'' ATTENTION
Georgia correspondent of theNew accordance with the primary and and give; one copy to the Executive ft." tf f
1 The general I election law of the State Commltteercan of the precinct, '

crop from York that Packer State says wilt that sooff the be' in'peach full and with such instructions as maybe the other cony shall be 'lot'ked up W. H' ARTSON, BURTON: E. ODE GO.
furnished this commit the {
swing and the outlook now la lot ajarge them by In the box, gather with poll '
? teeT sheets and all
crop( of early varieties Wadd lllI. 'flllot.I list, ballots tally TAILORINC-
and Sneedi, and only! a fair abed Only th llt' shall be' permitted, to other pap.r* and bodtai used at
.I noun of JSlhertas. The number of El-. )become'' candidates before or to uch primary and I\"en' one of In All Its Brandies Gravel Roofing a. Concrete Asphalt: Paving
crop In the the who shall deliver the ,
berta'Vrees'cutl( outlast year will teduce vot at'or participate management inspectors -
theoutputmat.rldlly! Many trees! which of the said primary elec same to the Chairman of the Dem This Company: after doing considerable work for "
.. this tloo'wb'o declare their adherence toheprinciplee ocratlo Executive Committee of PRESSING CLEANING
bore heavily last season are shy the house In McDonald McGulre, Mr. Ilamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson)
and organization tills county at court
,'I I ,' yeir., AU'of'South'Cecfrgia-in all, fully 1200; and cars of should these :the Democratic, party State andcounty Miami, Florida, on the 17th/ day DYEIK8 AKD REP IRIN6 Mayor Vvhllldln, Dr. ;>Iunj ,n,. W. P. Hntubett, Anthony

com tfl *'{iV&F out ifjW' i'wiTIttf"tituco earlier than who are by the laws of the. of July, A. D., lOQi, and August. Shop on Olive St. Want Palm Beach Brothers and Bikers, will go away for the' present but will be
noW'the' express lots are State lawful elector of the election 14th A. D., 190' ; said Committeeman back to complete contracts for work here' and Miami In
,I l 14nt going year.out Just rapidly.ONorth Georgia, district In which they otter to shall convey the returns to ---- AUGUST. Anyone desiring work of this kind would do well
6o0c.nIn 1901 vote, who have' paid their (poll the court house on the,name day ELM. GEAURIDEAU,
whlc'tsent'> out about- write BURTON E. COE COMPANY either Jacksonville'or
I taxes for 1900' alld 1901 ten days at which tlmq the entire Democratic to ,
1'L l thls'year, if that PALMS SHAVING PARLOR.
v.111 hurd/y go'ovet heavily prior to: July 15th, A. D. 102.' J Executive Committee of the Tampa. Our prices are reasonable, and ]all our wo ;k U
( n 4.-l ii.| The, Elberta trees bore since\ declare and Flmt-rlnNw Trmanrta!! work by the
shall .
of County ] ", ,
last and are shy this year. New ((Those having come age) c\nvast "Old lUIU'Je' guaranteed. '
year in will not make up the year 1900 and all over 55 years certify the'results as required,- SHOP VXREH!: HOTEL FAtMS on .East' Coast Work Solicited
orchards the difference coming and the shortage., ot age excepteJi; provided( 1I&0b.. law and .the Call of the Democratic \'fe..a\... U.eek. ria


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MIAMI BUREAU were also opposed to trusts and to .it. brown, Pronldi'ntK "
W : i: dollar of : '.,- K Mel'.MMtiluk, VICH-ITwt.l.'nt. ir. '
: i \ I ----OP---- making a more importancethan T W =o' OF .'', 00'" H. OUrrv,, HiMuiud! Vlco-1'nMlilont ., ,
\1t I a man, waa entitled to full fellowship /,|>url,
a :I i'A)4.: ; :. THE TROPICAL SUN lo, the ranks of the 1>emOcrtWl. "

I ), Mr. Dogg\certnlnljr\ comes within ,, aWin. .I'
Twelfth Street near '
Offlct In Block
j iA". :,,, (AvenuQ C this ruling./ lie ,nob only voted for a : 'FLOEtDA': :

,f\r\:;?">!" S. E. DAWSON. MANAGER Mr. Bryan In. tOOO, but made a c I \ "I .
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\ 'J'It H"f"" speech hi every precinct in the county 11 7 ;

"' All tubacrlptionn.dverli.emenlaandOrdenrat" from Cutler to Stuart and 'while I '
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,1; job sock. Houth of Fort Lauderdale received If.
1(r,.//o'jf",.:'. thle of .,.. the paragon of Democracy ((1)) was If.I I or FLORIDA -..J J5i, '
"" sulking In bin tent and the Imaculate -
I' MIAMI FLORIDA JUNE 8, 1902.n : )."
r' :: 1 r editor ((1)) of the Miami Metropolis I / I .. 'li W'

t ,t4{ was lending its columns to Republicans ." !L.-::"/'
'i,',' t THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. to write abusive articles of + ST RAILWAYa" \ :
: The following short address by Dr. Hudson r ... ;-
i gallant; Burr and
'R W. L. Hughleet, Chairman to the J I
1 John Froliock
Mr. aidIng
.I i members of Brevard County's Dem- Bogga was In Effect 15
( the Democratic party with a1! of ,
II .o.ln. Eaecntiva Committee.. the ,
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the zeal and earnestness that his NONTNBouND.NiAD cop
sentiment of which was unanimouslyadopted ) .I ..
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honest loyal nature possessed ''
and ordered published by ,' No 10INe: 32
: The common people of Dada' county I1Atl1 Dally
that Committee, is timely, telling, S?
1 ''11::'> ." and to the Head it and compare cannot be gulled .by such tommy, ................. I 00p'83aa ,
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i : rot as the .corporation sheets are I / ........ .........Ly' 841a
Ft, the attitude! of Brevard's lead / r \ .' ................. 10 tUii T46a
printing and they will have to Rive .......I' ,... .... .. .I
:-,1 era with that of thoso who are seeking ; ; .................. .,,),....*,'.....: ....... 051))'' 006s i1u.
r better reasons than they have no far., ,... ,. ....... ......... iSlV.fla I
.: to mislead Dad.)1t Democracy to of I ............. ..... .....*............... ...... 4 41' 809. i il
( in asking the loyal Democracy .|LM/. ..., .... .,..... 4 08 I' 8114.
4t "\' J( its political : TUB :DISCONTENTED BOT. : I ...,,. ..... .". ... 4t ',", [
\ iade) to have "farmer" ". "a. n 63311\\
"At a meeting of your Executive county King ;. ..jo.....,................. 1111. 10,
represent them in the Legislature. : nu : ........ i ail'{ //$18"
Committee: held on this,the 14th day --. ) : 'iyrr.inr.< : ........ 100" rr
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4 ; ", of May, 1902: it was decided that the ,- :... j ,'..:.' '\;! ;,.. ?........... O. I'p..y.....".," i'''
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pi imnry'electipna{ called by the State:; lutprestlngjlgurea are published inonnection PROFESSIONAL 'CARDS.vy ..rSh;.;..,.'-.,....... .... .18p..o l ....... po
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Democratic Executive Committee with the awful fatalities .. ......... I. ..,..u.... 8"
pp ./ 6 'v.."...'."f.....'........,.. 11 30p .
.' should be held in this county on the 'bat have marked Hue year 1002 so -u. ANNO ::.... I .... ... ..r../..*.vl............... it 06"M".:. ..... '' G ltC'

I I 1 15th day of July and the 12th day 'fir, and especially the month of May, 4 ::::::: : & ::::.:;::::::::::::::::. :' !' ::::'.:'-::::.::::.:::::::::,45a.!rota ::::::: 5 .! t

of August, in strict accordance with just' closed. Seven great disasters aATTURNEY-AT-LAW. ,.;..................... io a7 a ,....;
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: the call. how an aggregate/: loss of life of 48-, )Mes-Front Room Hatched. Building./ ; ....... .
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"Without lejrnl light on the subject 150 from volcanoes and earthquakes, MUml. Florida. !, .. ................. .. ... ..... .. e. .w
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jt 'I"il\ or without any intention to 1,430 from Storms, 1133 from floods, .................... SfSa ....... r iL f.
.: enter Into the merits or demerits 28! from Avalanches, 108 from tidal ROBERT U. TAYLOR, ::::::: g: ::::::::::::::::::::: : :' : .::::::::::::::::::::: g681 :::::::
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,. ;1 t"w the primary system, we issue! thic raves, 89 from snowalides and 18 LA rER ......... ........ ... .....OJ.................. a d r.bta.'...... I

: call, in the belief that it meets thf rom waterspouts. ., ,Office la PostoflSce Block ... TRAIN, Bit 'AND 78. ,

wishes of the great majority, of oui .
i t .
../': people, and that it emanates from Talk about high-handed proceed-: :VK-tf '' / ,. '

i the highest; democratic authority h.i' i 11gs I DadeConnty's Democratic* r : : p.&z.L.1ioJCA.. r
which in the interest o1' tT I'. ATKINSON
the State, nittee easily out-classes anything
4 ," all bound to e ". a : No. 46 N.. 48 N*. e0 Ne. 14 Ne. es''
/ party harmony we are >o the political turf. The'Commit- .ATrOKHCY'AT-LAW, ... | I Dally Dally Daily Dally batty

respect. -.tie last Saturday re-elected itself for NOTARY PUBLIC;. I .....Ar a 26* r 55 5 p7 5505p pi

1 "The primary election l Is for the mother two years. What will it do l>MIAMI. ,,,F, ..,I/v SOYA_'706x146:.. OS

purpose of selecting candidates for two years hence make it four7 By 11.16-1 .5-S i ; ,

i the Democratic party, whose names he way-its a nice thing'to be able ,,v" I I
GEO.vOJU.Y. ..
t' : N. Ne. ie Na 20,
must go upon the general; ticket in y> your own vote to keep yourself ATTORNEY .' Daly Dally D ly
'. the regular election and there can a, once you get: l in. .. *...........::....Lr,At P P
r be no doubt thatthe State Executive VII General buHineM. practice entrusted. State will.nd receive Federal ...................Ly T45sI114ie tOP
: enlioo.. prompt S ....,,............I** T 41 p
Committee has n perfect right. to The County ecu Ive committee Office,'Brown. n..lhJlnlr.-YC.. D and \ ,Ly 7 iual114o._ _

; declare the qualification's of those! rgot to name the deputy 'pheriffo Ilroer.viIAMI. . .
who may take part and vote in this ,
a1 serve at primary on July 15th.
l I I election. *" Che chairman should re-convene | ri uae0 t

"The statutes plainly set forth the .tin
Committee and supply this mis-
:I'' '! qualifications of electors, but do not .
Ion at once. Pianos Organs :
i provide for the conduct of a political .' ; : OBAXTQUa OLTY 83i -' czr.

} '. party campaign. A Fine Building 1 sell direct.from the Factory. No. l STAtl ox.. "
l "10 our opinion the State Execu- The Celebrated Schubert Piano, Dal? D 117 Hall {+. v _

tiveCominittee the name power Mr. G. a Frisselt has let the contract t t The Conover pianos, the : : :::::::::: :::::::::: C 11 10 SI 10.Lr.Lake. Jielen.L_r T! p p { "
rur an elegant brick and atone building Tbe Kingsbuiy l M nla O p
to declare who shall vote' in th J a se. LY.(> 16 II
o be erected on his lot between Avenues. The primary election; as they would han : and D on Twelfth street, Messrs. Mc At .tbe

to declare who were delegates to a I :'arrel and Sloan who built the exposl- _.;; ed"r. *may b..expected to arrive and depart; .' ., ... ..,
Old Instruments Taken in at the \lme. .ta.te \ convention. Exchange "guaranteed
"f. nominating; Ion buildings at Charleston, being tbe! ,, :, "" delay or any ooneequ.u. adalolr .> "'t'Iil'' "

.". "We therefore urge the people to, ontractors, the building to be compleed Needle and- Attachments for all klndi ... :, : ..r,

take a lively Interest in the comirp by October 1st. / Connections at Miama.
COILAYl3,.D. ANJ> t tth ST.
building will be fine
I primary election. a two-glory MIAMI. FLURII .
\ I 'It is the first time In years that tructure, with *a combination brick and 1 8-tf AND.HAVANA.NOBTHBOtTBTD.' ? JiiIii
tone front and will be :the lower w''
have bten given a chance to put .. .,
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/ tory being one large store room, but so .. N ,!
: t men in office without consulting I .Tue..Thnra .A......10011. "".; I
i Banned that it can be divided into two< We. .Tu.., Thura.......... Sop "" 'f'
those who make politics a business.I ,W..t,Taes.Thus... ......, 7| of""..,;i 'y,4
( so desired at any futnre time. From 'KRONOWITTER & W..d. ,.Pla........."........."., type OOp'. : j
"The Democratic party has alwayi- 1' ;
I he plans it will be a handsome strucure. / ''. e 4., : .
; posed as the party of the people. The entrance to the atafrway will "The Only Tailorshi'' Miami \ ; 1:1'1': l J
I "It wee the intention of the Father te finely finished In marble and tiling AUGUSTINEePLA."k, \ ,!

: f that men should be put in office fOl 4iid the two entrances to the store will Our work i is firstclnas: our prices :': .! :/.

: ]known ability and fitness and that Iso be tiled. All the wood work on throat &sell Brown's you the superb goods.merchant We can tailoring.either \ __ ,..' j .f....,,, .:
t V v. i'i public office should be regarded as a1wl will be coppered and the pave. town, just as cheap as any one else 1
,1 '
I public trust. neat octagonal blocks of black and -c
vhlte Clothing Cleaned Pres '
,' concrete. ,
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I "That the Democratic party of thincounty The store room has been leased Jor a +- ,; '';.. ", ,

< may deserve the respect 01 ; erm of five years to Win Burdine and lIaltlm _

,% all, we urge you to put forward I ion, and the upstairs, which is dividednto MIAMI Atlanta 1 i

yI "- your best men, those wbo have succeeded office suite, complete in every de Loul..UI. :' -1. ,;

i I in their own business, as candidates ail with stationary basins, etc., h as dad Hsuas City' .i-

for office. nearly all been renteil for various term. PU"bur d, "7. 5

"The simple fact that a man feeds VIr. Frissell will also remodel the front o o o o o o o o o o {o o .. ,..'c1'..;...}..." \'
"i>f his store rooms just above his "II> 1
;j at the public crib does not necessarily proposed I' p
> 0o "'f.i'
new rooms which has been !known !:: .
fit or unfit him for continuance in is the Kronowltter building by putting: j A nlI "' "'" ,t .

office; the question should be asked. la a tile and marble entrance, and will I :: {

U liefaithlul and competent.' An In. continue the paving of the same alia !

I. p co npetent Democrat is no more fit Front of tbe other store room, r Bargain. j RAILWAYS''

for office titan any other incompetent. Parties who own lots on Twelfth street I .

find that good buildings pay and Mr. -' ",' :

'fi "If from this on a 'nln is to rule Priscell will have one of the finest, if I"I"A f TRAINS: ...::
i 7-Year I
not the finest in
e the county, It will be 'King' of your building Miami. ', Limited # .

own making;; the power now lies in -.e._. At $ ." 1

;your own bands. You can depend Jot Three Months. and Jj, ;" .
The '.
upon it, the election will be fairly Last Friday Eugene;; R. William, a : t
10 Y ,,
,' conducted." tramp laborer wbo claims to bail from i' st \\" "
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Louisiana, and who has been occupyinga At $ Express >: ; :

r tent near the railroad for the last M .;-." (. I!,"
MR. BOGGS IS A DEMOCRAT. month, earning a scanty living by odd o l "
jobs, was arrested tbe of I These Prices I Special :
It is really amusing; to nofe the on charge as- o Include "
'I howl the corporation sheets and sault. At his trial It developed that be I Jug and Delivery I / -
had been making a nuisance of : '
: general: ::
their claquers are making because "
; himself by enticing children into his WEST. .
; Mr. A. A. Boggs voted the Palmer S r, :,f.
; : Cash '
and 'r .
v and Buckner ticket in 189(1.( The ltbopKh lent attempting no serious crime Hbertie.with bad been them atemptcd. -, a or Money x xY :: .,\

(laquera are not to blame for their In view of this fact, and it Y N. Jl.-VV. have ." to Cincinnati;vta .'.d

howl, because! they never read any? appearing that the intellectual capacityof Domestio. Railway are operated in '"

thing but corporation public .tlons. the man was not very great, he was Y Bait Coot. Railway

But not so with the editors of those given a three months' sentence. Can on all through j

', papers, for they have the opportunity The trial was before Judge lIey er. | MIAMI .. 'J t

to read that staunch Democratic ., ; Phone No. 92 C.rr.ap.adean SolloKei. \iif:

s paper The Commoner, and have County Court. oyloteo>,01601.o1ao16o1ao>,o o o o .
,. .: doubtless seen In a dozen Issues of Judge IXeyser :holding : : '
: county court ... S....1....oavlfl.. FU.
hilt great; tribune of the people, this week in the City Hall, an Circuit : : ; '
J" f hat Mr. Bryan says that any man Court is'till! in session in the court TAYLOR, "

l y who strayed from the Democratic roonl.. > Aatf''t GaY' Par; Agent< d

f..M In 1890! but who returned in The ejectment case of Jefferson vn.Schrebnick .. Atlanta', Oa. *

3'.K! >0, accepted the Chicago platformami : was tried Wednesday, reultlng '
I in a verdict for the defendant SUBSCRIBE .

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11 \lf\ \:' \ VO'PED THEMSELVES. > I This is the Season When
l' Fruit ia

\..:. ,:, .. ,; ( ',: :': ," Links of Local News Picked up ie..+..............+++*.IN.N..*.*++*..e+.N......+.
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',' "; ; : ., .. 'II". Mention of Current events Oath.'rsd \V.r. Built and A.. Maw Mat.tato..dlt.a.ans and webs. J .
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il f! ,. ( ) ., 1 "1.' >' \; .*y THE SUN'S;,Ubiquitous Bap; rtsi tk.. Furravr Dart. READ THIS LIST. ',:,

: : \Y v Jjj,.: During the, Week From Tb.m..'. : Evaporated Apricots 15 centa|pound u

) : : ,;i' ;'u ;';i'l'OR ANOTHER "TwQYEnR TERM 1 The pioneer, good roads builders of : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound :
the vrer9
d west the sturdy farmers of
Da read The
.'1-:1/1.; :/ .'.....,... ." '.' yon Tropical the southeastern of Pike : Evaporated: Pears 13 cents pound '.?i.
\ '" : ;, ',\' / part county,
Mo., who In the early.fifties began the" Evaporated Apples Ij pound
\ I y M. ';,,4;: 'it..( Democratic County Executive 'Committea'In ,a"New: Light' Before at ANTHONY Bbos. agitation for highway improvement Evaporated Figs, ilji cents pound .i i .

;,,: !,' (" :' ': the Public. What Was Done at the Keating Held .Best business lots In MiamX; l cheap which crystallized In May 1837 in the I t Big line California Prunes jo cts pound '

.J. -fownelv Bro Anthony Block., ', organization of a company to construe Fancy. Layer Fix, ao cts: pound q., '.

s S\" ,:, :: ( !at Miami Saturdays! Last Week. KNOX" HATS-standard' of the worldat a gravel! road,.from the city of ClarksVlllo I Fancy Fard Dstes, lift cts pound : \' .

;: j I to the vlllaico: of Paynesvllle.: .. a-. Good Sun<' Dried .A..rtnljtsl...._ -Yftm- _. -If-. .. .
:: \ A-WTHONva BROS. iI w
l tar., distance of ten mile. '
; 5)4 pounds good Roasted Coffee, $;loo ., : ,}
L .;r.:Of all\ (he mvelings of Dade h Inipectora' I EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES |6.oo 7m d'] The road probably the first gravel : 33 pounds ]West.Flourll.oo ,j'I' ,
Democratic Executive' for $7.00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S e rond ever built west of the MIssissippi f
np nee, pounds Granulated f I.oo
";; one ol last Saturday easily ".1'I Mr, A. A. Bopgft returned Wed deeds y river, was completed In 1800 and Is a i 17 Gallons 011 Sugar, : a
85 cents:
fine piece of good roads engineering. It '
ed any ever heM by that body: be ignored| evening\ from a brief. business trip tc : cans Milk cents
Is doubtful if its equal can be found In 3 ,, 25
The tx-clialruian had his from. list of f r' Jacksonville.) the entire country, says a writer in : 16 pounds /good Rice, fi.oo i

well: 'ia hand, and but for .() !! by & majority, I Large and small tracts of land foifrnlti The Good Bonds Magazine. It was thee ............................,........................ ....
piece of !by play by the preseiH primary of and viestctablea. .Townley Bro, nucleus of a general system of high

motu. tb"", pity moved pft. just as the In Anthony Block. way Improvement In Pike county e. D. 1
scheiUiled to 1(0.( proceeded: which now owns and maintains more : LEFFLERMIAMI
business ,
II I has
Although been rushIng
; After minute reading and of their own' i than at more than fifty miles of splendid gravel and Twelfth St. Between P, 0.and FLORIDA
present, our merchants art macadam roads. '
m >tlon was eutertalned and purposes, ,
r doing a fair amount of it. Calumet township alone has more ,
mously passe t to reconsider the of Miami and .
v The of than thirty miles of gravel road, whose
sloop ISjJde: the Sea Captain --
of the meeting of the Saturday il
; Knowles arrived from' fame is country wide. The belt road i
Wednesday Key
t ': and the committee proceeded bu Largo with of
.affirm. rather than reconsider. in power, a cargo: pineapples. Is twenty-one- miles long The Surprise Store Bargain Sale

'The report of the committee people for re: t The schooner Ruth A, Capt. Atkinson,, and forms a loop Inn the rich agricultural

the call for a primary was voted I was In from' Key Largo Wednesday, with- region In tbe rear of tho town
opted against the protest for another. three! hundred crates of pineapples. making communication between city -FORMonday :

utteeinan Jones, of Jupiter Mr', Theodore KaoctiTE.' C. Lanier's e and country easy and delightful.

'The sulient points of tbe call and PaUerifen I efficient,book keeper, left Tuesday' for That good roads building pays is attested "
I by the fact that Calumet township 26th
/ suuiiiisrizaJ, ss'Tolfows:' committee to Tennessee, where he will spend the num. ; May
I boasts of being the richest agricultural ,
M& 1st..-That all may participate incident t to mar township In the world. Its wealth ,

wide\ primary i.f July istb, : primory and I'' The schooner .
open Manatee, Capt. Lowe, being greater than the sum that Thomas .
Yards Scotch Lawn .48
declaration of Intention. assess. come in Wednesday from Elliott's Key, Jefferson- paid for the entire Louisiana _' 19 \

nominees of (hat primary, an J, : :. hearing an, with two hundred nnd seventy-five cratesof purchase 115.000.000. Millionalres \ 16 Yards Calico .48

,+ fear aiislug from previous ( ', A. A. Boggs pineapples seeking nn ideal retreat for a ; .
Jt 10 Yards 4-4 Unbleached Cotton > .59'
affiliations' \ the behalf! ol country home, have erected magnificent ;.
J. R. Dewey baa moved his de '
of news mansions along this highway, and. 10 Yards 25 cent Colored Lawn. 4(1.78(
,- ,aud.< That the supervisor requested .
; pot from the Kronowltter building to a wealthy farmers..,, live In easy comfort ..
.... l.>nl\ ..of.Dade. county be that they be room uext door to' Whaler's jewelry" within a stone's throw of the famous 1 75 cent Corset I.' .;. '- .58 .?, '

'.Wt.iihfctandlng, the C9 | names ia tbe store, ou,Twelfth street above Avenue C, road their chief recreation being dally 2 Fine Undervests U'' .- .
Cclved from hima letter c the \
d" com drives in handsome rubber tired carriages
The business
a 'pW/vlde the facilities for _which of the Circuit Court will 1 over Its smooth gravel surf ace. 1 Child's Straw Hat '' .27 '

a..1'to. supply the necessary the com, probably be finished by Friday evening The Clarksvllle and Paynusvllle road '
of this week there 1 Pair Good Hose '- .9
although still
are a
Democratic voters, an
niitte provide reglslraliunj : number of cases to come. before"** 'Iud e known as the Clark vtlJe. PralHevllUv' I 1 Good Ned-spread! ..87
p Jones. and Paynesvllle\ Road company. The
,, __
;;::-0..=-""" Bargains EmbroMerles Laces Silks eta.
: ,
'of the road operated ,
Mr. J C. monies, who has been I projectors upon t I II
MEETING\( : Ofr SCHOOL I.O \ .- with his brother in the Surprise Store the broad' principle that tint public\ 3

r...... I fer borne should be the beneficiary of highway:
tinge left. Thursday for St.Augustine e. L. XIM \NIBS
Improvement, 'and It Is/ A matter of ,
Monthly Blll, Audited ana Paid the At to spend a few months at his .
I to the people of the county that
fr Business Transacted.MIAMI. this W..k." home at that place. 1 pride Proprietor..
,not one dollar of dividends was ever
th 1e.. } ';.* at the It is reported that in consequence of paid by any Pike county road company

June 3, : : ha* fallen the drouth the orange groves in this to Its stockholders The roads were not

Regular. meeting; of tbe School .., of' the'Wil vicinity are suffering severely, much ofj
W3E3fE 2l t 3iZ3 2f3 S3
bad i in"the K. of P. Hall. .
s. t today : was the the young fruit being blasted and fall-
+ e t, E. B. King:, Secretary from
: Ing the trees. .
nooutltul "whtlnnforhotel or rculclunce Bargain la Improveil tiuitlnei'
,, ",ruelt and,Wui. M. charged AltHinl. froiictnff' on liny IM In Mliunl. Will JOp
There is : property pay
more building going on in Mlim tout:: cm nt lltli Btrttut 1NU ruet, on Avu-:
jperlnlendent being: absent for the !'than soy town of it..e'n' the State nun .. A" 151)) fuec. This propvrty Is <*r cent on InrpMtment. ten be
.,! exBiuliiatlou, sent the, near the Uuyal )'.lm llntol, Uu ,lest had at. a bargain If sold In the
r n, : at Pompano ind moat of( the houses going up will be from total' 1'urk. OHrLnm at next thirty days.
i port: and the jur coupled: by peVp who ipect to make $GUai.ua

i a All the Schools have closed weighing tlit* :Mlluii their permanent home." .l -o00o-oo

14. which will clo June 4th. : ict pf,, not
You' -will find a stock of
complete to-
M The following warrants were 'hocco at 1. )((1. Ilajes' place oppositethe : i 'tF l
'teachers since last meeting:
ptty with
rye' A..a ltlehard.-. .............. ....-......... ( Btxc&yne. Hotel. Over :35 brands of TOWNL'EYBROTHERSREA
} ........... far me kll' .. .
r JwiuvttaOtHinuhaln. smoking tobacco alone as well as all Jf' ..-,
..e.'" ..... nnn-llerry...... .... ................. .. .... ( also colored, the leading brands of ,chewing tobacco. '% 1..'" ......
: .
.. ?
Isle .._.........37th.'f; and reconi. ( ESTATE AGENTS
f.i':' -f" Fm .la \villxon:...... court. Miami is justly proud of her up-to- 1 *

; : J W 8 A..thuln.............................;..... Ffincli W. late steam laundry. It' is turning out ; f.HJ ,' '\, MIAMI FLORIDA
', Annltf' ell D".....-.......... mt-clnsa wcrk at reasonable prices.I ,
,;1- M am lit llrooks.:......,.....- ., with Intent 7
,."' F M lilM.neb ln, .....;............ .. .... occupied the: Give It a trial. It is located at the corner ooooooBnnrnln .
; of Avenue D nnd Fourteenth street.S9tf .
Knitvnifl. ...o ...:-.f.. : ( tbe entire .
i. .. "..,'<. Moota\{"....... i ,1,
: Bvri.lie ins In Orov I In the
was an Orange'
; .
t' .e' J 1 .. I .. .: s
", F.niil i.Worthy The schooner Magnolia Capt Albury vicinity or alien.lus Pierre Ia
r 'hi. MM II 'HoblM. ..,' .. .. .................. out of the trin l. Five acre In barring irrovo t
; Ella BStcplien*.,...... brother i In arrived( Tuesday from Key West with A ROAD tN MISSOURI. 4 years ulil. Hmnll cottage, Will *

Ie Allen .. .:. ......... ........... .... ..:... tllte was re forty five tons of freight' ; 'and ten passengers built to grind out dividends. 'They were a' i Bargain>nr U<> I per at Four e-nf.: on riiuiiMand Investment.lollam. -

W E (.'..bb...... .. ...... .................... assisted for Miami and other points on built for the people for tbe communi .
HtitlvCnrpmtor....._.. .. ... the Bay leaving: on her .return ty's good. They have always been operated
}:tlh.rurayrh..... ...... .. ...... .. while At voyage toll roads, those who use
Rnte Pulver .. ..................... .,. .. aided in the Wednesday with passengers: and freight. ,. as tbe small fee Why pay rent. when you can. tiny We hove desirable business" prop
.1' ,MmCliar 0 D 8.tlI..n., ..... ...........:....... finish the The M'ami' Steam Laundry Is now them wlJUnglj) paying exacted from: Townley from jrou.00 Bras,,to Miftiitl$JHM( >.00* nltiocottnffBH on arty In Mlnml, unproved. and unlni* i

lm II sharps............. ................ conviction urning out first.class work. Mr. Hurry for tbe privilege. spay o...... proved, for sate! on easy terms.
U-lit Binllh ;;.. .......-.............-.. The county encouraged the early good i
Oraed. bolnhart ...1.\... their argu Aultman, at Sewell Dros' store, ha roads builders by offering to become aq

Ulllun \ortuu.................. .. ........... their pretty '''he West Palm Beach sy ncy. All work equal shareholder with the people. Tbe ,

Lulu AliitfVln...t...................... .. built. 1"ll.with !him will receive prompt at- municipality of Clarbsvllle subscribed
.. ..a-' Helen UluiP.............t..r.Respectfully .........- commenced tention. Satisfaction: guaranteed, tf for $4.000 worth of stock and the farmers .

.' submitted : .the State Anyone Jn need or the best living along/ the surveyed; rout
i 7. T. Mwuiirr very helped tbe movement )by contributing FRANK W. STANTON & CO.
1 points they quality of jot printing would do well to the right of way. 7

Superintendent instructed of the wreck, call st the office of the Miami Bureau of The 'uniform width of the roads Is

term. Rnlshed out at Cocoanut for the Tbe Tropical Sun. We have a fine line thirty feet. In their construction a OUR SPECIALTY .

e and Rverglade. Penny of of samples and will guarantee satisfaction grade twenty feet wide was thrown upon

,Superiul-udent' Instructed r e. who in a and prompt delivery! the route of the survey. Some portions Fancy East Coast Tomatoes

ditional deed to property up the Mr. Jas. _Wr; Smith tue" traveling of the roads. cross many hills and
Palm with making considerable grading
patron At Williams of the Germsnla Life valley
same be made an unconditional convincing necessary tu places. Upon the graded 14 Vine Street Philadelphia '
of New York ,
Board Company, now has his bed a stratum of gravel twelve Inches
of said property to !: for acqultal. headquarters at the "ErerglaJe Hotel, deepwas originally<1 The road was
Model Land
Deed' from tor'colored followed by Miami, where ,he will remain some then rendyfor use and a few months Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit
land to be though the time In the Interest of his\.: DIPODY. of traffic packed the gravel so solidly
Delray, received and ordered a very strong :a-t. that It became as smooth as a floor. GROVES LOCATED

Superintendent Instructed pupils to and desperate The drouth pf the past few weeks, Among the later benefits .derived by Liles! & Stanton, Terra Cela, Fla. Armstrong; & Stanton, Palmetto, l'la
bids for transporting from the splendid road
for vain. Tbe the community
bas caused a condition of affairs
queer Knox & Stanton Limonla, Fla.
with of rural
I' Palm Beach: and Mangonia and system -Is tbe establishment a
la Miami ,rlver, as but little water is arty
of consolidating the three .lICh until eleven free delivery malt route by tile govern
Beach coming out of tbe Everglades over tbe ment. The carriers leave Clarksvllle at
+ Palm
r West Palm that
a falls and the is that the
consequence 8 o'clock each morning and by noon
at;. and the!
gonia.p river below the falls bus become ex- have completed the circuit of tbe township Your of the
Buy Clothing
received born patrons verdict
p : ce"dlngly salt by the backing up of the delivering the day's mall to nearly .
erglade school, requesting tides-,result, that tbe fresh water fish every farmhouse.

of Mis mlcMay to finish out are made sick and numbers, are report. No tax is levied upon tbe people fof
warrants ordered taken to of the roads. PIONEER CLOTHING MEN
'A Following ed dead ID tbe south fork of the aver tbe maintenance
W M Burdlue, IIIlIe.p and per limn : near Qjua are sustained wholly by the revenue

A W Onrueit., .!-.. I Will Jones, Sheriff Brown, of TiUuvllle, caws derived from the toils While the old OF DADE COUNTY'SGhneddman
E B 1(11g. ; assault and down last Thursday on tbe trail of two turnpike 4.mcJ.: dotted here and there

,' 2 'T Mertt. salary l fur M..", ...,< I ; :' three months negro prisonerwho had escaped from with its tollhouses is regarded in some
W M Bnr.ln| mileage and per "", I << convict parts of the country as a relic of yean & Cohen :
r n nlal. menthe st W P B OBcb ; thirty days the camp near Eau Gallie. ,He agone. yet the system is so entirely sut
there have and Slier iff Gate trailed them
A WG.rn tto>ll<.ote) and per : Deputy:! and the results patent
np..clitl. ,niwtlna.. at W.P n.. ell..... con.lcted from Putt Lau.Jerdale to near this place,, isfactory that there seems to be no Inclination l-a..U Miami Florida
B!: B iiK.mlleaiie and perdlem, p""rI.I : being when the trail was lost, but Indications Interested to ,
e ,, at W P Beach: .... II on the part of those most i.
:Z T M..rr-. t.u..n. _W B.aoh. none of being that they were headed for this discontinue toe\ toll system. It Is argued

Anus B.."'"u. K>rTle... as ;Jiinltor. W place, came on and capture_the fngl and very logically that the county
JV.... Vu ,SlS.'Vor _..... ...': : .; lives Friday night f fu"t as they were could not legally levy a tax; upon all Lumber

H V T :Bulge: h wlailaw I::: glnss! "l for..._.I....- / l I wait too tong boarding the boat for Key West Sherfl the people of of the road county for peculiar the maintenance to Biscayne Lumbar and Supply Co. -- ShinglesLath F
Urn a system
M ..e vX2sr.JjrWS" P ass : worm!, .und; fl Brown left Saturday morning with The ex.
AlMnin repairing : first its prlsoneis, who ,know by this time any particular community.; LIMB Sole for WarneH Crates
t JIrhnrnl./: ::: : the lotllI of keeping th. roads In repair It BRICK CEMENT PLASTER and HAIR. Agent! ,
ifla w it".wlli-U' '"*t'o.'piintlaR Co.. ..'.,'fH, fur'n'o'iii ooout.* .. (I : )estate deal' that dodge Dude. county officers are. bang to not nearly' equal mil for mile to that MIAMI, FLA. Wrr:: J Jr A, CONRAD/d2tugar I'-'-

'r JloJ rJ aaJOlJfllcd to meet tune required to keep ,dirt' roads in even :'j1r

Mutable condition! I _

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,: ; ." Arrangements are being mad at Fort HAPPENINGS IqtOltpltOltO.OlfdlOltoltoao/t0$ 0 jaeC5Dece Dc( 3
+ t;, Hamilton for mounting the new" sixteen-

inch gun, which has' been in course of ABOUTTHE PAUL C. JONES W. C. MXNNICK
i WORLD STATE f Want t a.a I
construction at the Wntervlelt Arsenalfor ,, I .. i ii
( the past four., years. The gun will be --- JONES & MINNIOK'

", : .r Items of Interest. Boiled Down and placed at the Fort as sonn as it has been Paragraph of Interest Concerningthe i ; ,. d .. ;
t \ \ Prepared for Busy Readers. officially tested at the Sandy Hook proving Grant State. of.Floridav: f llQusoEuu1T.1 ? n. .

,". ;j Record of a Week. ground. The,test is awaited eagerlyby In Qeneral./ :i Bttiiding
all the of the world. It 0 ". Contractors '
gunmakers .. ., '
claimed the will hurl a shell it I ml JJBRIEB' '" .
gun '
k' :The honseeflnd business : "
of St.
; i
Beach, ,
Ar2oooofine at Rockaway miles. In orderto discharge the gun it ,, '
t ?', Long Island, last Sunday caused the loss will require 1,009pounds of powder and Augustine number i ado. tAn t ti '''J1 Only, the Best of Mechanics I .. ."

_ t' of two lives. 3,000 pound projectile. The weight, of Attempt was mad last Sunday, Contractor ....!" \;>'. ,

t Mrs.McClure and two of her children the gun l is 150 tons. night to'blow: up a church at 'Oak Park, o. :
near Tampa '. ,
'Q+ were ltllled| lost Saturday on a level A tornaclcTstruck LaCrosse, Wisconsin, -*- and Builder.o < -, ,
Pa. They, Rejoicings Keueralj jrrroaghouk'theState _____ .
crossing near Sugar Grove, Monday night, unroofing houses, piling .
t with three others who were badly In- pedestrians up in the street corners, because of the liberal showers of 8 ""' WEST PALM.BJJACn: FLORIDA? '

i \\i jured drove In trout of an Erie Rails smashing plate glass. windows and blow. rain during the past week,'' '( Jiuch""' 'benefit o prepared' to fill your.order, .. 1Q":IO.tI { ,
s ; road express train, running at sixty: ing down signs. A number' of people to the crops has resulted. g promptly and In workmanlike oY OC DOC OQJ 0 3 ..

''i.. miles an hour. wercjhurt, but none, it Ii thought, fa The Senate at Washington" bas adopted Estimates furnished X .
manner. .
Profeasor Angelo Heilprln of the Phil. tally. A strange phenomenon accom .a joint resolution authorizing the Secretary J -

1 adelphi Geographical Society, is the "-storin. Black clouds with of the Treasury to usa 45,000; for v -construction) work of every oJf G. W.3.: BELL

; r+ first scientist to.visit the crater ofMonl lightning rose in the west, but a dead the purchase of additional, ground for description. .

I Pelee. He made the perilous trip last calm prevailed. Suddenly an awful the government building} at Jacltsonvllle. It. -2o

/ Saturday, and had a frightful experl deafening roar was heard, and in a mo- .o -. o Contractor '

i p it ., ence, being; covered with mud and ment the torrent fell. From a height of The Key West sponge fleet is meeting I West Palm Beach Florida f and Builder

7.' ashes on Ills return to safety. 150 feet a'great ball of fire descended, with great success, an estimate of. the '

t f. Mrs. Carrie Nation, who was sentence striking 'in front of a saloon, and ex-. total yfclueof.the crop 'secured on tbe It o 051071011o310AoT o' WEST PALM BEACH, Vt.OIO.VA. .R

I ed at Topeka, Kansas, to the Shawnei ploded. taut' trip reaching fjdb.ooo.' The qualityof 1tO110i1Ot/0t10110ie0 The erection and repairing: ot BuIdnR.| of all descriptions /given personal

county ]jail on May i6tb, for one month The terms of peace iri,South Africa the sponge Is1 excellent.: It sae attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED

y and to pay a fine of f too at the rate oft were announced In the British House of caught in fifty feet of water, ON APPLI9ATION.; All work well ant J promptly,

$ a day for smashing saloon fixtures, Commons Monday by Balfour as follows The church of Saint Luke, Orlando, A (C. DIttmar, done. References given if desired.

r has been pardoned by Governor Stanley. The Boers surrender arms and renog- has been advanced to the dl/nityor/ I a VBAi.nn IN Completely Equipped for First-Class, Plumbing

Her fine also was remitted. nine the King The British agree to bring cathedral, and the sacred edifice Much -Itoujjh: and- Residence Evernin Strett. .,near. '%,ake Front. P. 0, Box ..-.61. s

The Birmingham News, which is usually back the Boer prisoners .as speedily as enlarged: and beautified by general ben .'

1 r reliable In its political news, >sayf possible, without loss of1. liberty or prop- efactora of churchmen in the State; was' Dressed Iiumbetr, tstrWant r--'

I, there .I: a strong probability that Sit erty. Dutch wIll[ be taught In the re-opened and dedicated with the im< Shingles, Doors, Sash Brads, '

t.. Henry Howard, BritiarHwlnister" at Tin schools if desired by parents, and used prrssive ritual of the Ep'iscopol' Church Mouldings. Bri ki, Lima, aHouse ,

Hague, will succeed the late Lord! in the courts If necessary. Military pun. In the presence of vast congregations. '"
#4 4; Pauncefote as British ambassador to for ishment will end assoou as possible, and last Sunday.. and Builders' Hardware. Built ? .

United States. Sir Henry married Mist sell-government will be substituted. appointed a FORT PIERCE! FLORIDA '. "

Cecilia RIggs of Washington, D. C.. There is to be no tax on the Transvaalto blclcle sidepalh'tommisslon: for Volusin

.. Frauds of the character areI. pay the cost of the war. Three million I county, under the recent act of the Legislature LIGHTWOOD POSTS II. Ti Grant, Contractor and Builder, is, prepared to give ,
I' grossest
j .l.' said to' have been discovered in the pounds will be provided in stocking for the building and protectionof First': Class Lightwood: Post for prompt service and satisfactory work'to tuiy one need.

k ::, customs service;,, of New York City. I' the Boer farms, and Cape Colony rebels such paths. The comiuUsIoners have Pineapple Covering, and other pur- Ing anything In the construction line. v ._.
: .
{ ," ,' it reported that the government hat to be subject to trial may be disfranchised organized, form'of bicycle tag has been poses Address Call on or address

.. been cheated out of revenue amounting for life, but no death penalty In- adopted, and the annual fee has been // B. HOWARD I
.. H.: T.
flicted. Great Britain practically
fixed Paths wilt
to at least $600,000 a year through collusion all the demands of the Boers except at $i. be constructed Sebastian; Fla. .

.+" ':.' ,. in importations of Japanese silks. absolute independence." The: House of as soon as possible\ on the moat. direct 6-0 190?, WEST PALM; BEACH, FLOKIDA '

't Criminal prosecutions are expected t tc Commons was crowded- bear'the an- routes between DeJasrdaud Daytona. and. r- _

..' \ fallow as a result. nouncement. The feature of the hour Daytona and New. Smyrna" I -- . .... . a <0OGXi1Q E
I In the annual of. !
Later details of the earthquake at Is the feeling towards the King:: which readjustment post.
masters' salaries the following a
Guatemala only add to its horrors. Passengers II one of extraordinary enthusiasm. compensations : J. M. M. BROOK
} are fixed by the Postof ice Department Build Ho uses 1
arriving at San Francisco say -- \ .
for Florida "An
? f that 1,400 dead] were taken from the For flood Roads.An postmasters Move Houses.
1 t adla, fi,3ootofi,4ooApaIachicola; f i,- Bu'"nRSHi"1on t s'
ruins One. man who .
;. aided at in the Quesaltenango.rescue. work reports thai the adjourned meeting/ the Ftate (too to li.joo; Daytona, |i,7oo to $iSot; Repair.' Houses. i Contractor and Pander Commission I
i t Association of the county commissionersof Gainesville;; (2,100 to'fa.aoo; takeland,
loss and is beginning Ui' work
danger to'cofTee: Shop
\:: Florida will conve'ne in the city of |t,40o to '1,500; Key West, $3,300 to ,
doubles thi
come total.. It which is also practically reported from tht Ocala, Fla., June: 17 at 10 a. m,, te $2,300; Kliuinimee, '1,300 to, I(,400jLeesburi ; Repairing or 1 Plans. and, Specifications Furnished :

I. transact such business as may properlycome ; |t,3oo to |t,4oo; Mlftmi, .t i t- S .
of Inhabitants
that towns not Tlachlco a house Is, left 3,000 standing. before it. Matters in which every, 700 to (2ooo-r Orlando' ; $2,000 to' $zi D:; Dock Building, I on Application :

board of county commissioners of tb e Punta Gorda, .r,1oo to |t,3Oo; Quincy,, Call .address f WEST PALNf I1EA.CH)
; One man was Instantly killed ant ':Hate; is interested will be considered and |l,4co to '1,509; St. Petersburg, |i,6oc, on ,* FLORIDA :

f h four other persons were hurt at Gras llsposed! of. to '1,700; Sanford |i,6oo to $1.700; Tel. M. J. YARBOROUCH ; @. riI

?i d :L mere, Staten Island, last Saturday, An application has been made to the Uhauee, $2,100 to $a,3OO,. and Tampa 1, ._ __ /
where automobile speed tests were Le. director of "public roads inquiries," f 3.800 to f 2,900. Went Palm lleacli. Fin.

'. ing made under the auspices -of tht Washington, D. C-, for a competent per. Messrs. R. R. RIcou & Sons" fish J1\lVl.ESI m&B H0ULEY ;l.A
Automobile Club of America to break< ion connected with that office to deliver
at Jensen, right adjoining the" f. B BUILD I HOUSES. .
the grid's record for a mile. The mat, an Illustrated address 'giving a birdseye E. C. Railway, was destroyed By fire'lest I I. -*. __ BUILDER __-... '' '
killed was Andrew Featherstone, Assessor view of the good roads of the world in .. .
Friday The fire /
night. discovered
-was, .
of the Borough of Richmond, rut their various stages of construction, on PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS: FURNISHED ON' APPOCATIOIT .,*, -

.l over and crushed to death.. The accident !. the evenings of June 17th and iSth, and about in two the o'clock Interior In the of morning'by the building a G. A. KUNZE. WEST lH-tf PALM BEACH, FLORI -.' *-

\ rf t' was caused by the driver of thi the request will\ be grunted, if possibleto colored, man who slept up. stairs. He --,.-
t. 'r automobile, W. C. Baker of Cleveland, do so.Good. Contractor and Builder
Ohio, losing control of the machine hotel accommodations have cot out of the. building as quickly ai r *'* Is good enough for i
'I .t possible, and succeeded in saving the Specifications Application I (
'f which: when wearing the finish line, been secured for the delegates at $t per books of the firm. In the building were P R 0 I D ,

i /. swerved to one side and dashed into tb day,- and a strong committee is now stored a lot of nets, boat fixtures, etc., P. 'O.3-u.8m Box 254 WEST PALM BEACH UNCLE SAM

r 'l i) crowd of spectators. working np cheap excursion rates over on both,of which there Is an 'insurance
the various lines of railroad and '
,, A two year old Indian tlgerwasjtliud steamer of about $3,000. This being tbe dull is"
routes of the State. Ocala and Marlon and will find that
n in a fight with horses on a circus trad season for fishing in that section a First-Class ROOFINGl10tl :1t'
county will extend to the delegates and ...
: while en route from Goshen to Pougb large amount of fishing\ paraphernaliawas Is best for .
,. visitors a royal welcome, and will give you. : "" "
keepsie last Saturday. The tiger, which stowed in the building, all of which
) I, had recently been imported, e cape, the delegates a free ride over Marion's was destroyed.-Titusville Star. Blacksmithing : ) ,
j improved roads to its'poor farm and to The specifications for the work which the Weather Bureau Do
from its den while the train warin
wagon its beautiful and historic Silver Springs. One of the most important land purjbases partment hal in view at'; Jupiter; call for PARQIO ROQEING.
I t motion. It crawled overtlye tops o' "*
= .y be ..
made in St. ways For and l
? Every board of county commissioners of Johns county has samples price write, .
; : a; four wagons: and entered a car containing obtained at the
\\ the State and Good Roads Association just been consumated at Hastings. Mr.
horses A'fierce battle new shop of
thirty draught GEO. PADDISOtf
: of Florida entitled to and expected to J. W. Estes, of this city, and Mr. WH. F. Eau Gallie..Fia. 's.. ;
I 1\;\ .ensued, the panic-stricken horse +
; have a representative' in thin meeting Erwin, of Hastings, have completed negotiations JAMES _
plunging and kicking at the savagi MJJJJRR t
of its members. 'for the purchase of k
by one or more 1,700
( intruder. When the train reachet .
d ... acres of laud at Hastings from Mr. U. J. CeeaKSfroogSfe .
f r ,4* Poughkeepsie the tiger was found deal.r .
White. The Clematis Avenue, Weat ofRal1way. ,W
property' ia 'of the !
and mangled under the hoofs of one o' A New Florida Enterprise.The .
general character1'' as that on whichfiasting's fe TO ALL INTERESTED '
the horses. Six of the horses were bad Manufacturing,
ly scratched and bitten. Refrigerating and Fish Company, at farmers'have raised such Iron andRepair R
Punta Gorda, Fla., is assuming enormous enormous crops t>f Irish potatoes and -Tam-: ::
A horrible of cruelty comes frou other Is Work '
story that vegetables. It the intention pi :
proportions at point,; The
l Huntsville, Ala. Tom Harless, a farmer the purchasers to cut the
capital stock About property up
$5,000,000. $400, Peninsnlar ConsiriiclionCOMPANY
living near Berkeley, was assaulter I wo is set apart.for buildings and machinery into' lots to suit buyers and the result A Specialty Electric
and robbed two Saturday after will be .. l 4W.
by men 7oolo6p feet of lumber has already a large increase; in the number .
noon, and then nailed to 'a'' tree. H of email farmers in that locality. It Is
been u8edftad, 1,300,000 feet more
j was rescued alive, but bis' hands wen will be requlr c'lo'complete}: the build understood that $20,000 was the purchase Geo. S. Hacker. & SonMANUFACTURERS
b idly torn, and he will not be able t< ings. The freezing capacity 1s tons price.-St. Augustine Re ord. J IS Njw'open to the patronage. of the public of West'
r work for several months. Harless bar' daily, The company is made up of Down at the shops of,the Florida East Palm lieafth and vlcfnity,: 7
been plowing/ and was eating his dinner Coast Railroad Electric '
wealthy Quakers In Philadelphia. The an importajt transformation of All-Hlnds. .
at a spring when he was confronted b} plant will further consist of a fertilizer is going on in the interior of No. *, Anuuno 4r tor. Gait toll.. burglar V '
and Fir AlAra
with whc Sy.t.m a ap.elaUT.
two strange men pistols,
fish 42, one of th, Crack locomotives i /
factory, rendering factory oil refinery on. the .
Tabbed him of $4 and then backed! bin- ,
road. Under
5ooo-tou cold storage building, box the direction of an experienced 1
a tree. The loose folds of flea! OHlces In
against Jefferson
mechanical Block 10-18-lf
and barrel factory, electric light plant engineer this engine
on each side were pulled out and nailec1t and machine shop. is being fitted up for the purpose' of P. O- 3 : Beach Fu.iscapq .
J a tree, and bis hands were, stretched ,;
They propose to put on a large fleet of using petroleum for fuel, !instead o(conl .. ,
above his head and treated likewise.- fishing smacks' to the snapper banks off or wood. It I Is expected that the necessary *- '
this condition he remained until night. : w
."* the South Florida Gulf coast, freeze up changes will be completed in time 1
fall, when he was rescued by a' farm several thousand tons of fish and make for the engine to make Its' trial trrp -

t. hand. constant shipments to Northern citiesof within a fortnight. The feasibility for OP BOND & 4

Last Saturday, at midnight President too tons daily In their own refrigerator using oil for fuel baa already been demonstrated Doors, Sash : BOND COMPANY. .

Wagner turned off the electric lights, cars now building. They have and some roads are already I (INCOUPOKATED. '- '.'
Blinds )
'1 the buglers sounded "taps" a salute chartered a dredge from New York to using'it almost exclusively. The only Mouldings

l;. was fired, and the South Carolina Interstate make a deep water channel-to' their question is In' regard to the economy, *--AND'' MANUFACTURERS_ OF

and West Indian exposition works and the materiai.excavated is to Where oil cao..be easily obtained It'is Building: Material;

passed Into history. The exposition be used foV reclaiming about seven acres much'chaaper wood or coal':-Sf.; "
opened on the first of December last, of land along the*bay\ ./rent" and out in Augustine Record. CHARLESTON, S. C.ga" I LUMBER!, LATH AND SHINGLESFlooring L

and the six months of its existence have shoal tide water:: The pile driver is ---+.- Largest Factory South.

made a very brilliant season for Charles about ready for driving the foundationsfor Stick to the Color*. Send for Prices. Siding and.Ceiliag. <> Brick Lime and
ton. The first half of the time was not the fertilizer" plant and for the curbIng -. The democracy: of several counties of V Cement.
M ..:... '
very. presperous for the fair, but luring of the sea wall. The freezing plantis the State will" Ignore"'the instructions of -' .- IN- STOCK-:-.- a

y; the last three months great crowds have enormous. Single pieces of machine the State Committee and hold: their pri
visited it. It is stated the entire enter ery are already In position weighing mantes in their own way. .Jiradford's! WOfflH. WOOD Y 3.1.1903

y, prise will\ be a loss financially, and the 43.000 pounds each. With the Peace committee has acted In full accord with ON F. E. .C. RY..

stockholders will, receive none. of their River Phosphate mines only a few miles the StateCommittee: and will carry out -- 9 Between Poincetta St and Lake Worth.

subscriptions back. Some loMwill; probably distant and reached by water it appears, the instructions of the higher authority Stove Wood .. ,

1', fall on the bondholder's. and there reasonable that this company may 8lan.1 to-too letter. Our democracy Is of the -
to Any Part of Town.
y+4r' are, few outstanding debts., though the ufacture and supply the rock-rlbbed sort. If the regularly appointed > LAKE WORTH :

F 1 showing In this respect" will be much all of South Florida. The company will leaders go "'wrong we go wrong BOAT WORKS7

better than was predicted. Otherwise not have any.ice for sale, but will use it with them, and when they swin'g- backto Leave orders at Wood i! Yard, 011. ClemalU -" A. T.. DOSE, Proprietor. ,,
of the is all In its business When in full >Avenue, near the railroad. track, Landche.'Yachts .
l the success: exposition unques operation ground we land there, too.-Bradford or address ; Salt and Vlah Boats, Row Boat and i
r tioned. The last day was observed as they will\ give employment to County Telegraph. Bjiilt' to Drier, Overhauled Repaired or Hauled Dinghy.

4 Charleston Day, and the attendance was about .1,000 nisn.-Jacksonville Metrop .. .\ J. ''T. SNELI boat Out.
oils "Walkover" I ;.._ ; Yard at Mangonra. .
arge., Shoes-AMTHOMY BROS.* PROPRIETOR.: 6.8.tf 10.18.< tf 1' .t
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TROPICAL lijUN, WEST PALM BKACH, n.o'mA.! FEIDAJ, JU1K: \> .Q..1902. 1"P Jr'

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n.n -- --
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) provided for both Indoors and iu the PROFESSIONAL CARDS '' "
I open\ sir. |I I Stop (Paying Rent I

f CURRENT COMMENT.> The delightful lakes near 'l'allallas- (1 Be Your Own Landlord I
Iate79171 1I Go CUILUNUWOUTH, ,01:0.: O.OOKHIltClIILLO ,
(. see and the famous Wakhltu Spring pf|
( 90G7a7 k'SvSuAr2vffL _._ ,. ...... > OQ ) ( ... OkVOWL'iI& CUUUIIi: Per MONTH
-------- ---- """ =s a""" ttma7tXn Ponce de Leon fame, afford delightful with only 3 per cent.

The Truth. entire State Faction views and desirable' resorts for Saturday ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS Interest per annum will buy a '
,' ; Gospel some years ago. '' $ 5 .,
i It lit io be hoped that every voter 'will\ Is allsm the is first bad duty huaioeHA of. every far citizen FI.irldR.to and keep it outings.belle Tallahassee Excursions& Georgia over the Railroadto Carra- Went! .:liv. I'nlnl'Ileach, *'la.ll ,00V $.1,000 Home or Loan

read carefully the announcement
it down as much: an possible" the Gulf will be ranged far from AND OHIOINAL PLAN

platform, published in this Inane of Hon.. -' -. time to lime \ T. MKTOALl", ,The Standard Guaranty and Trust Co. '

', R, Hudson) Burr. It in good, honest An excursion to the Southern Edncn- SlOO.OOb.OO ,
Capital Stock, unnerve and Coupon Fund/ '26,0110.00WM.
The War Is Over. tlonal Association will ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. .
',' : kallt by a good honest man' who. wilt\ at Chattanooga .
: The war in South Africa ended Saturday be arranged for, so that any student ( NOTARY PUBLIC. F, ARMSTRONG. Jr., Hibiscus Hotel, Palm Beach,

"make a good: honest railroad com- -snlght,. TUo, Boers made a recordfor desiring !can; Attend without material Court Will prsolloe/n/ County.;St.t.and' toderttt Agent tor Dado and flrevaril. CuilntlcH, will lull. you all about Wrlco hum ....,.

'S inivsluuer-CoceaandRockledgeNews t : heroism that has rarely been apt interference: with their work.Avraugeuten's .
) .I. r------- proached: and never. surpassed in history. will be made for & large When
.. In fact" nowhere In history hue a nation and congenial pl\rt.", Including/ tome of HUM Block,
";..;. Governor Jennings. I Want Palm, Bench. Undo County. Florid "
so long resisted such overwhelming the faculty and students of the school I
I x y ,-. TJi* governor Florida!seems to have numbers from another its equal in clv. to /go in special car front .Tallahassee We Write -

IC. the intercut-.ol the State always before Illzation. The,war lasted two years anda through to Chattanooga and it it! ex. ''H.n.. $AUNDEItSJr.. x.

him He has ttiieartbed another claim half In spite at t the fact that the Brit peered that the' leading teachers of the ait77'ORNEY AT LA II'.
iKatont/ the United) State. This claim of 1 ish empire outnumbered the republics State will join tlu (,arty. A Fire' InsurancePolicy:

Florida is five per cent of the. net pro :In population' three hundred in one. The time ha.,come wbeg every teacher Corner Olive and Duturn lilreela.W you can depend upon It, that lit*

ceeds of the sales of State lands within England, from trst to last sent to the should and every progressive/ teach ,.(f.1 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Policy Is carefully and properly

the State of Florida, as provided by an front a quarter of a million men to conquer er will, take advantage of opportunities written ; that your lose, if a (fire t

act of Congrest. approved March 1,, 1845. one fifth of their number within reach for professional \A J. L.HWJS. should occur\ will be 'prorop, ly
when Florida .was admitted Into the Improvement. .. paid. ,You can't afford to carry \
From the outset the result foregone ,
was a AflORNEY.AT.LAW. own insurance neither
Union. The federal government now .. your can
-- .
(conclusion. Mlrncles are not and NOTARY PUBLIC.
owes to the State of Florida 90000. performed Bought a'Pineapple Plantation.Dr. you afford: to go without Call und ,
.* during the twentieth century.It Agent. the U. S.Fidelity* Guaranty Co.,ol talk it over with us t
Gainesville News.. Baltimore,, Md.
Is wonderful that the resistance could J. R. Miller, one of the wen&lIo"n
v' 1 :...-._ been It is dentists of West Palm Beach, OHIce atrornur of Clematle Avenue uH'1 NnrelHMUtf p
have so long protracted
I Htrettti' over Strouiu'n store 141903WeatlMlm
'A, Plain Duty. wonderful that the result was not uncoiditional who hub been spt-nding the past two lkaoh.II. The Real
Tropical Estate L
The 'Kiammrriee. Valley-Gazette says: surrender While the detailsare months along the Indian River ia In .P, J1UANN1NO, Exchange ,

"We think it'Is the"'duly of the local not announced. Great Britain, town today, having stopped off enroutr .

i committees to follow the State Commit. months ago abandoned her demand for from itojnton. Dr. Miller has pur- Attorney and CounaeloratLatftOffice : Tropical Sun Block W. I. METCALF, Manager

I j tee; Any other1 course simply spells unconditional. surrender, and expresseda chased a four acre pineapple plantation ( over Bank)

i i, mutiny and will lead (to serious consequencep. willlngness /grant many favorable near Jensenaud; will next week take 0 ostostoKosokortoKortdlgolltoa ostor.olroko71o7soS.o7toko7sotlokallo ft
-Should it transpire that the conditions. : off a large crop. IIe will open up an -i6 tgot WEST PALM BEACH, FLA 0 1

State Committee't has made a mistake In Ten of thousands: of lives have been office in West' Palm Beach again at an AMES K. ANDREWS o 0

'. the conduct of'the primary the party ss lust. Hundreds of millions ot property early .. ., i G. G.. Strohm Company i n<
."' has been Great Britain date.W. I' ATTORN EY-AT-L AW.
"w a wbole will have to bear the responlI..4U1'Yr destroyed. o
C'T. U. 0
) and no"blame can possibly at- though victor,; has paid more fur her' Meeting. NOTARY PUBLIC, K

(11.tnch to the local cotumlttees. Obe- suc'cess! than ill was worth. The business meeting of the W. C. T. I ProsecnthigAttorney" ol Brevard Co. I FHMILY z

< f ; dlence Is the basis of all organization. So far as Kove..llment'Is. concerned: U. wee held Monday, the 2nd Inst., at ft PlERCB AND TTTUSVIU.B, FLA. GROCERIES z

.. -f. 'jJ" Besides no principle Is at stake in this the Boers lose little .b> their defeat.. No the Methodist Church and despite the S-aS-lyr o
>p.! other nation the globe treatedIts threatening weather, an encouraging 2Z
; issue. It being' simply a difference of on ( ever
... ... opinion upon .a technical detail. The colonies .v liberally\ as England treats number of ladies were present. The GEO. M. IIOJIBINS, i Fancy Food Products
opposition at,beat will be a small minority hers.' As 4i: >Vv }>ftnek the Boers will regular business routine having been 0 0
(I have all the.''lht1l'of Br'llsh attended to, the question of Dispensarywas Attorney and Counaelor-at-Lau.
l,' '. and by going to exbemea'can subjects, i Grain and Provisions
At ?nty succeed in complicating what la and in the Biitlsh' empire the word 'sub- taken up, Mrs. Stiwers giving the Will practice In Stele and Federal Courts i

I now a perfectly simple situation. It I Is fact I la! In almost eyery respect: the points in 'favor of the ped saloon followed TITUSVILL FLA. o 0

entirely unlikely that at this late day equivalent of pllix:n. \ by Mrs.. Anthony, offering the _l-a.-ryrL ; JEFFERSON BLOCK !
I points in favor ,of the Dispensary. A I
'- the State Committee' will recede from 1".11 the globe-circling empiie of
Its position, and the primary will be Edward VII.'only Ireland ia dissatisfied. general discussion of the subject then D. EATON M._ D.

i liel.l( regardless of the action of tbt\ l faing the Emerald Isle out of consideration followed;, the) ladies manifesting much a ". HOM OPATHIST. West Palm .:Beach, Florida. Y YOiyoa Yo

t; troublesome Counties. Any refumd] ((0 -andeven there there may he interest In the same. WEST PALM, BEACH: FLORIDA. 0
fit qhey the call Will result in the <1i .fnmCliUemeut fancied see well as real wrongs-the flag It was fiaally'decided to take no deft Re..ld nre o\>pn.tle Metllodlnt Chiircli. Once o 91 o 710t10S10S107107tO110U07f 0,700'Ni 07107e0910i107107tOSt051071a y
ihe and all : of the British empire means justice to nite action_in'reference to the petition-. f' Clfintttl kvenue, nest to&laiionla lemplo.OIHie .
of we
ra proleatauli. bqurs S to V a.m.,2 to4 ..ntl1 to 8 p.m.
s' know *hat that means-R revival of thefierce those peer whom it floats.. -Jacksonville to be sent from. this Union until 4 I, Hiincliiyi to 4....m.o .
J information possible*, had been obtaine iT Special AtUfntl. Oleos!! tr> DlHUBHei of '
factional fight; Hint vexed the Times-Union and Citizen: :
/ wousn and fhhureo.II. Jt. S. BOTSFORD & CO.
from .official ufeea, 'in regard to thelawn
= -- I Il bearing/ upon the whiskey (traffic:
'\I : . c. .IOOD. M. i>,
f the proposed Dispensary law and the 1
r r Prohibition law. A meeting it la hopedcan PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Dry Goods Notions I
.t '
CENTRAL: SUMMER SCHOOL be held In two weeks, to attend to ,
Offlxe over Strohm' store, WEST ALai
11'I; t "l v OJ s00' OCk 00a 00'+000Oz Ofsl Ot l this and other important matters, o) I BBACH.; BuBiuonoo nearloyal Folnclana and Ladies'
: which we' will be prepared to speak Furnishings ;!
Hotel.PALM BEACH. ia-i:
The Central'Summer School of Flor lessor Buchbolz and Miss Davenport.Here later .It 'Is eatnestly 'Urged that every f .

"' .. Ida will open Its first session (at'tbe theT: studies (Iu the country and lady in out community wilt be with us I). POTTfiU M. D.,
.Florida State\ College, Tallahassee.: '.9 graded schools! will be taught in such a in these meetings and'let us inform ourselves It. We invite the Ladies to call and, examineour

+ 'rr I -r, clock, Modday morning( June 10. The way that teachers will, he prepared to fully on this important subject, 8'.28:98: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. lately purchased stock.. I Ia
K 1 esHion will continue 8 weeks, with exercises pass the September examinations sue.cesafully for it is against[ our realm-'the hume-r

r" on each week day. ,.and at the same time gain a this deadly evit strikes its most powerful< P.:.PLATTS Bf. D. Remember we are Leaders
r 1 C" !
under the 'I knowledge the beat methods for blown
' / The school U orgjoized ... __ in Line
------ our
,rh, ,? "authority and supervision of the-Stale teaching those subjects the different<< 1 PHYSICIAN AND

+ tVpartmentbf Public Instruction. his grade .> Sanitary Matters. 'Telegrinn delivered all hour of the day

S 4 1? r'', &Intended to :.neet"t.be growing, demand III. Th. Deimrtmmit* high Bol.ool' Eurron TUOI-IUAL Soar and nlcht' GRAFTED,
*. FORT Fla. ,
Urmnclia FIERCK. Mulgoba
on the part t>t the progressive teacher Will jou' kindly present to the public 12-29-1( BUDDED Mangoes.Largest .
professional school of high grade Dr. Yocum, Professor Murphree, Pro. the follovtlnglTacts and them ,
G., yq for a : urge upon 1>U. IIOQOIITON"DENTOS"
Collection)) of Crotons in the
United States. Palms
fessor Bucb holz and Miss Davenport.Tbis ; Phyllan
--.... located nt a 'PoInt where the surround8 a due o6servance c( the same. Their
;8, accompiodatlons,conveniences and department will be conducted health, day their very' life. may be for. f thua.eto.! Allpotgrown. Full Line of CitrUS StOCK
y, with the general ends in view as those HOLLAND DOCK. PHONE I* grown on-High Spruce Pine Land. Address
vl equipment for! work are commensuratewith felted if a plain duty Is neglected. ,
the purposes of such an institution. mentioned.in Department I. Courses, It is now a little over two weeks sinceI WEST PALM BRACH. JOHN B. BEACHWest Palm Beach. Fla. '

'State Superintendent Sheats makes fullI Latin, rhetoric:, English literature, geometry have bier called to the office of' mayor DANIEL.. '

announcements of the school from i ,trigonometry physics, botany, and I find that there Is a woeful neglectby L"

which the fallowing. extracts are taken:.1 zoology, general history and psychology many people In not observing tbe ?, .' DENTI8T, I Summer Prices From II now commenced on untlltbe aRllln bUIYsea8011 ; I
,' will be offered.
the authority of the trustees. the' sanitary Ordinances of this town due COCOA,.INDIAN RIVER. FLORIIJA. -_ will\ glue the resldeots I ofVet
By 1 IV. I>,:p..rtinont of M|,eolKl (Jnime*. altogether to a lack of knowledge of > Palm .Beach a substantial reduction
educational facilities of the college METCALF on all shoe repairing, cleaning and whitening. Come and investigate this, ,
what the law requires of them 1. .
bul'dmgt 'the library and the three' Under this hea>t will he taught those G and save money.BUCKEYE.
laboratories with their splendid branches' 'which have been too much Immediately upon my assumption of NOTARY PUBLIC
large SHOP M-l11: : JOHN
neglected In our common schools..., because the office I required the scavenger to report i I ;
out fiU of chemicals and apparatus\ are' Ferth. Stats of Florida at Largt.D I
to me daily. This has resulted in
teachers have not had the advantage .
offered for the} can\ of school .., ., I.eiuea. and Contracts
of instruction In them. A making him strictly attentive to his. du- x .Mort4. Ke Urnltofl.

The college! buildings stand in a beau- knowledge, of nature study, 'tnanuil tits, and 1 also in revealing the fact that Work ConveyaiM:: a tlticrlnlty.: !

tifiVI campus: of nearly twenty acres, sit training,' elements 'agriculture., dojnestlc many people totally neglect'lhieir press All Once Guaranteed In fitopiotl.Legally HUH Block Correct. BURTON E. OOE GO.

: 'us ed ->n a high hill in the western part' science( drawing:, vocaf i r music;: Ises being ouder tbe Impression that it Went Palm Beach I..di> Countv. Florida..

of the city, and command an extensive: elocution. Is now being: demanded of is the duty 'c roe the town authorities to AL.LACIS R. MOSES

1r view Of the! suhoundiugcountry. These teachers all progressive schools. This clean closets.. and supply them with pails. W, Gravel
?* buildings ere approached through abroad demand Is growing and becoming more This is an error. Successor to A..W. Rob.t.REAL Roofing ; Concrete Asphalt Paving

} avenue, lined on either side.with : pronounced with" very advancing year. The law requires every householder to ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
rows of magnificent( trees. The campus Expert.*are engaged to give the teachers provide clean and suitable receptaclesIn A,ent, for Wont Palm Beech Town Lnl.,18", i This Company; after doing considerable work for

itself. la shaded with beautiful Jreea ol instruction in each of these,! subjects. their closets, and to keep thecloset West,Palm NOTARY Huxrn PUBLIC.witter Work.. McDonald, McGuire, Mr. llaraer (agent for Joseph Jefferson)
pine and pair, which! add much to the and its surroundings clean and free CUtnittla Avenue, near OllT.Str..ft.,
beauty. and charm of the place. V. I>..parln>.n< of PeProfessor ...COlfT. from all objectionable matters and just 11. 1,11101 wm Jal UeiichrFlorida. Mayor Whllldla Dr. Munyun, W. P. Hatohett, Anthony

TbU school l will be organized and its Buchholz. as often as a pail leaks or becomes unduly r/" "D. IIttO1VN Brothers and others, will !go away for the present, but will be

courses selected rfr the. improvement of the art of teaching by. Dr. White! soiled, they must provide new pulls hack to complete[ contracts for work here and :Miami In

teachers iu the rtual. U graded and high wilt( be used as a basis of instruction la "Rheduty of tbe scavenger U performed ARCHItECT AND BUILDER, AUGUST. Any one desiring work. of this kind( would do well ;

schools.. The courses of instruction will pedagogy. Special lectures on the fundamental when he regularly calls and collects!! Plaua Jobbing Fed work Mw.lflcatlons fclren prompt pr....ared.attention at. to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY either Jacksonvilleor '

be l Intended to encourage teachers to principles of teaching, and the cootentaofthe'pailr. Further than Shop on Datara Street.. Tampa. Our prices are reasonable and all our work ia
continuous Improvement, and to prepare their application in the work of instruction this he has no cqncern willTlhe closet! or

for the examination for State teachers will be given. Tbe teaching process its surroundings other than to report GEORGE O. IHTTLHIt. guaranteed. .

t ri certificates, both'' the first second and will l be studied scientifically, and the neglect of the householder who CIVIL. ENGINEER East Coast Work Solicited

thirds grades., and State certificate. An model lessons will be given to show upon notification by tbe authorities must AND

examination for State certificates will how the results obtained may be applied forthwith abate the nuisance complained DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYORFOR I

(" be held at once after the close' of the in the teaching of certain destlnct of at his or her own' expense. Failureto Looil Agent forth Lund Department BADE COUNTY of the: New Idea in Trunks. Don't' Forget

term. subjects Practice in teaching under do so renders them liable to fine and C. ..C. Rv. POMPANO-H.A. 6-1-._ a.

1. KI . .ad>Pr,m.rjr M.tl.o.l.. the direction' of the professor of pedagogy imprisonment.! 1 That we have, at all times, I
MiaT&Iurpby and Miss Stevens. will be required several times a I would suggest to every householder DBOPOKAtA-.U. B. DF.PARTyIENT OF Frlllll .
Aara mturo, Otllr ol the HuerefnrvWaHhlaittnn lllll i a choice line of
(a) This course will embrace the underlying week throughout the term. In our corporate limits to at once replace D. C.. May U.: 1 f 0a.--gratednrnpuMalu .
with o'nes clean have. will be received" hy the Hwrvtnrrill "
their palls new ; or
principle of Froebel's system malt such courses of the department Aurlfiiltllro' until noon Hiitnrilitv.. May I III.1IXU FLORIDAANDWESTERNLive
of them iu. 'kinder: the aim will beta secure such knowledge cleaned your closets, keeping them so, fur tharopHlr and in'pr..vement, of tl'H.Dlpartm..r '
an-J the application : Game bullilinn: Mm Weather Han-en, IT. I II
HVtn sings, stories and the art of tell .-tile' subjects as will furnish a.odudbaalifoe the same as you would any other portionof .>( Ajrrloaltjire Jupiter Flap II II I
dwelling! and replace the pails In *4i'..r..coo. ulih ulnnn-aii.l. .t"'lft..II.>n.
sad "occup.tl"aa" ..- work and study your I MEATS
Inn them "Gift works future which nut, bo obtained it the' WeatherMiirvan II
,- suitable to home and primary Students v.111 be advised to bear in mind with new ones as often us you observe Hues" of niilca the Cblul t :J>i|>lt r... Fin.Wenther-:mid Hunmi.Wnnhlnxtoa. at tie. I

school. as well as to the kindergarten their limitations I li: personal strength it Is necessary. I )>. C. 'ihf: niunt IM :aided: nnil.. I

will he considered. and time, and not to allow, their ambitions Now good! people, the matter is entirely Inrrur.ednitenvelope llurean buHillng. Jupiter"PrnpoKnl, }'I"'for." and Weather l eO.ilrmiwft 'w ta a, "n ;
( in own haudsw The health to Urn Hncrotiirv i I Agtle.lturesWsshtnglnn Yip and Dressed Tur-
will be carriedon t load them with than can your
A..oll' >kindergarten to more D. V. the Dvunrtmont reserve .-,
to glv ,those taking the course the be done'successfully.' They will be cautioned of the community ja paramount and the rlgltk tn rt-jrvt nnr. nr nil bi.lJAMkH ''', keys, Chickens Butter, u
must and will be guarded it being imperative : koeruurT.
the apprics- mistake that
for observing against making the I-III-II
opportunity Cheese 'Etc.
will be upon us. Ilousebol.iers who. _._ Eggs,
lion. ot the educational principles iMuitnx a little of everything -- --
wilfully neglect: the sanitary laws, will
better than much of something
studied A study of be promptly required to- give them their Brelsford Bros The Stallman Dresser TrunkRenrcaenl
(b> Primary Methods There; are tennis courts, croquet 'attention. Bearing in mind that eternal t Prompt Attention to Mall Orden. yt
the first two schoolycsrs. i a new (Idea iti tninkg. It btportabl a
the : during iusllnctr. yards and ball grounds on the campus.It cleanliness Is the price we must pay for Real Estate Insurance *' .*..Ing ca e.wtth drawer Instttud erf
j. his physic it conditions, jnd place fur .everything, from n hut to *
Is hoped that racquets W. BUBKHARD .
of health, I. button and th bottom U an cecMlhlv *
i tv.,,Interests and the adaptation and other apparatus lor outdoor games PALM BEACH FLA. th. top Cimt no morth A good box trunk Faber Bro's. MarketWest
to the needs of Mayor' Slipped 1 C. O D. with prixlleica* to ea uniueTwo.eat
methods of Instruction wilt bring them. ---.a. ,stamp; ; ,for iIIu:U tU catalog.a: ,

the pupil l\at- the early grades. School The professor of vocal music. will ofganlie It is announced that Lo d Kitchener Notary Public. Cottages to Rent F. A. STALLMAN.
S Common
", 11' The Hranchw D.partmeut andMethods.PrrYocum chorus classes 10 assist in various 1 h's been appointed< a vUcouint' by King Poetofflee Balldlog-,North of I ,08 West Sprlm Street Palm Beach.TnR ;'

r;.iI. : Professor MorpUree, !'Jor. vealug. euterulumeots which rue to be Edward. 1'.1.1to I } Z'ol.olaaallotel. f.C-Jjr VOLVMBV8) UIIIW. ;"Nil' nA

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: "; : the term: the Local Celeb ra-'! Express PAID L Charges on all l Send US in Your Mail Orders A Useful Pesnt' I "

\ ,,' tlon of king; Edward's Coronation Cash Purchasesamounting --------.w-w---. -w r.. -- '.-- w.n Glv n with all
A }
.' : : Will Take. to $iS New Cash J furuhat'B r,
;,. I '. over, except FURCHGOTT'S .nuitiugtj$5.00, /
L4 tog Department $ +
i( : A meeting was held yesterday after onCarpet, .:Ho.do, !' ;
; i-ii fJ..<. StoreJACKSONVILLE $2500, rg ,
on the ot llie Seminole,
\ : veranda and it
,, !IIi.GUt10, '13.00 And
by a, few local residents of
: 1 j :; ; ( ... Jl 'was called,for the pur L-d, Domestics FLA.. 100.00, .sJ. .
: sas'M .... .
of taking steps to organlae/some .!'ot
I" of celebration to to mark the coin: WE 'WISH STATE to
TO our many friends-and patrons
; ceremony,ot/ thejcoronatlon: of Kltig

VII, June, which a6th.RCT. .will take place On wq.,are now:prepared to take care of your ,mail orders.:' We

[ the.committee Dr. Paine was of arrangements selected tnnlrtuan, and are better equipped. than ever, devoting ;part ,of ,our second 'F!

\ i Henry McHattle secretary. floor to -- -. '
I: Arrangements were made to have the :
S [ local celebration take the form of a
't" ;end this 'will be held at"the I'UR MAILORflERS. .1
I ] Hotel on the evening of,coro .
r ) day, commencing 8 o'clock. ( "
who will be ,expected to attend
I I :' I : be people!, ot :British birth, residing k We are now in our new quarters, occupping a four-story
; West Palm Beach or anywhere To, the
: along' the East CoasU:, In vita- 'lt brick building, and equipped, with the very latest
t to attend the banquet will, be sent '
t: e by the.secretary tq all those wbose' ,
appear below andto any others I Imported and Domestic Goods .
; '
t British birth who will be good enough .
i < notify Mr. McHattle.
| : Dr. Paine will have charge: the L We ask you for I
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which will consist of-addresses, '
r I A, Trial Order _.
etc., the gathering will no i .
be looked forward to with a great L
1 i' : of Interest and pleasure. In Sending:'Tour Orders* Kindly-'Mentiou This i Japer .: a
r names so far obtained are : ... .

: Beach-;James Macfarlaue! David 'Write For One of All '
Mail OrdersFILLED sy '
John 1IcJeaaaA..- McDon (! _
r/ T. Brown, Fred West, 'W. Maugh- Our New FDRCHGOTT'SDEPARTMENT 1
,W J J11 u t rated and i
Palm Beach-Rev. S, D. Paine, Spring and Sum. SHtPPKD ,
on "
'I+ $ L. llillier. C. Wellington,- George 1 -:. mer Catalogues} STORE '
George Nicholls,W I. Metcalf, which will\ be mall celpt! of order. ro.g.
\ 1 Egerton, Huxley Kent, Harry 1,. 1. on applica( .
,.W.'Gordon Brown, Henry Me- I Jj ti ores Ii JACKSONVILLE, FLA. *1111. ;.for
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Harry hlebb.Praitic; C. Gardner "
: < J Marvin, II. C. Blatthatua, w.I:1' 1 ;lj !r_ "

} : Hazelburst, Mr. Haxelburst.-: George .
1 lr : Maltby, Mr. Hone, Pr. l'tlcLeaY.Jiley .;
tf Fred Blackburn: Edward Madison, -
1 J :. - .
''I. Father Kennedy, G. G. Currje '
THE.Everglade -
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Noble, George W. Wilson, Frank ... -
'J ; R. J.'Chllliugwortb, W I, Tllc- .i ROGERS* # Buyers and Shippers of ;
; Produce Co. i 1
f, I : .... B. Lyman, :George Xy- $" Silver: Ware.
I ,'- e Weat :Palm Beach. Fla. Pineapples,
oton- George Wilson, E. Me- '
t ,. ':; Tea Spoons Hay, Grain, Poultry, Butter,

Pierce-Wallace T. Harbin. i- \ 76 Cent. and up Eggs, Potatoes, and and Limcs : tl
Brown, Gordon
John 'ti
l \, ,James Brown. :i/ '' All kinds' of Crops by Carloads.Do )) .
< -.E. C. B. Tyndall.E. Har. Table Spoons Produce. _
+' : ii Per Set, $lSO: : 4
: & -T. Newton D"aner.F.; Wines, i and up It ,,- .
McCllnton W. G. Gilmore: !

. Sound-John (baatupiterCaptala Set, -You Want a :l
Carllu, Mr..,Aicher( "luluYes 1'$3 'STEAMBOATW
and'tlp i iWe
b '!! f/) h."lthea,to 8 1I..od It we h.".. 5u 5/
JKltw"A: I ; ; : { Memorial Service. ( Prices. onSterling u.twhLta9ouwiult. ;. Rr'njlNll4,

r S. D. Pale, pastor of the Con ", .:j; JI
; I church, preached a memorial Silver We are also PreparedTo "

r I',,}! : last Sunday night for the soldiers Furnlbh.'''. _?_ ,,,- r
ri t fell in the Civil and SpauisU-Amer. Quoted on '
t', wars. ApplicationRalIrt.'ad Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. -" .. ,:

i I : I II night was stormy, and only. a fair! Write or call o'aII for''Anything l in '_" '
I was, present. Many olbem WatchTIM'ElNSPECTOR Our Line that you need.
. .1 1 1I coming, but thought the service Merrill-Stevens Co.
I be postponed on account of the ,

[ .. fame" poke or FLORIDA, PLANT EAST'SYSTEMf COAST .! JACKSONVILLE- FLA.JacksonvillorMarine:. R

"r tali ve soldier of the Old Tataminf'i' ; .' SEABOARD AIR LINKJACKSONVILLE IJ-M P11oraIKToa Railways

,' God commanded him to take po*' & SO'WESTERN u
.: of the land of Canaan, the cap- .- R. J. RILES '
: of Jericho the battle before Al,the. frotoRo7toi.okoiloito7aoitoito9totroiso7ao7.oll07oo71a7aoS. oirOiloSao7loiro '.,j';
4 of Gibeen. and the death bf the au :Wait Bar SU JACKSONVILLE ILA.Ili1OMallOOS 3C o at.National

., old soldier at the Pie of Ho was '
upon. Moses, Gideon and David! j Bank of the'Stafe of Florida]f fJACKSOIJVIL1.E. i

referred to as soldiers, and the I. o' -
t ions of the Ve.w Testanjeot, Ro }
captains, all of whom war well "
The supply ot tbtrfruly la very Y ;
of in the Bible. Christ sold on
occasion' "]Ie that bath no sword limited,are and now the coming demand/ in for prl! sum eJngOrderll I t aT4'.t'E 4riI) CITY DEPOSITORY; i
= him sell his garment and get one,"
I book
mer delivery can
&. taught that there were times Jour N..c. S'TOCKTOM' President. THOMAS Pf DKHHAM(,
$ a sword was more important than Only Cash Ordersto
.14\11'11\ D. BxaKB, Asalitant Cashier. Ca8blflr"l I +
be Bent by express ia the order }
sword has been the precursor of ,. received.. Price 25 cents cacti, $2a ao ]
Banking, Business of East Coast Men
In all ages. It has opened dun dozen. Money promptly return Buslnessi ; ,
!, t tk $ and broken fetters aad -e1lla... ed if orders exceed supply. a. and Fruit:Growers Solicited. >r
the race. The sword of Leonidaa Cuttings oi Mulgoba Mango oKOkokokokokokokokokokokokokoktkokokokottokokokakokoK
and"*Aristide. beat wood for grafting by anew, and safer .
tb* Asiatic barbarism, which only known practical method, -
threatened to carry all over En- furnished at 30 cents eacli,.by. mall OFFICIAL bed n LODGE SEALS
It or ,
brought civil
t : and religious express. Rubber S-tamD ,
to England under ,Croat' w II.;', ft KLURIDCE (GALE, r ,. TO ORDER i. k. r
a $ the Independence to this Republic Mangoato. Fla.. IN TWELVE HOUtS
E Washington ; made Italy free : .: -28 tfWest 'I

I, Garribaldi ; overthrew the despot '. QJ1 ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Stamp Works
of Spain, and made Cuba free. .. .-- ,- .
B modern: and DIMICK: &; ItlEOKL, GUI" 7. Local
ancient has Proprietors METCALF ARegt. g21{ Main St.; Jacksonville Fla.
tii. A some grand soldier ...".,.
i. man can be a Christian. and' be a : Palm :'.
1I01 w 4 .1

time will soon come when war :.. Beach When You Need
be done away with. God hasfen .
time.! The military life has devel

courage, self-denial, obedience. Drug ; ; Mantels Tilillg and GMtesTt,t,

we-all. be, good soldiers of Jesus .-..a.... Store ,.
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sermon was listened to with great- Write us for '

and the regret was that the -iCpB; Iy: Catalogue and,Prices '..

was not more. .favorable.... '
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Not a Railroad Candidate. Drugs, Toilet Articles .

R. Hudson Burr 'o( Dade, who Fine' JAOKSONVXLLE, .' FLORIDA
candidate for' Railroad Commission Stationery anaDruggist's ,
not likely get the support of the 'j .
f 1 I element in politics as Mr; Burr Sundries.: ..-. _.T
Mr. Flagler'divorce: bill In the Mend Ff'CtorrOIlS,017! ;
4 : Legislature. He isn't count on PrescriptionsCarefulljr, Compounded Ilrunea''I I ,MAN'O'N'S 91$)). West Bay St.
'' railroad help from anywhere.;: East Coaat Unsiness. Solicited: Jam. of OUIce. and Mal oa-
a d YP' ro Mi, 41JI
Mnnoii'sOlIHVM I lY.llay
Time. PALM 1t1"jArm.
r, R r .---- : GTJA.VA.CANDY lets Jncksonvllle. "' I
Brunch '
If+ Jelly I'Iln..n4 Ann.fl
you Tropical Sun r Vital's Brand Clothiug-AwTHOWV'a ef I ;;:::la;,all,Town 04 Baj"+t;

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