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 13, 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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''rrwOM* mint MM THt*ewa TKOPIOAL, t.tm.m SUMHull Ft.f:>*..So:: :]\ WEST PALM BEACH,. BADE. COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JUNE 13, 1902. VOLUME xvi NU It.,

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SANITARY INSPECTOR H the New Social Club Organized ieopl.f as They Come and Go- ad. Is.worth reading andremembering. 'Do'you rend The Tropical Sun ? ;

: In West Palm Beach. Membership .'- People Whom You May or .. (Lobk'it up. I KRI:: >PJ NDdRP8 UA.DIKS' SHOES

,- to be Limited, 'It May. Not Know. YOUNG'S HA'rSnone better made- it t ANTHOSY BROS.W. {.

.t'3.00. ANTHONY BROS. e C. T. U. meeting afternoon
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URGED BY THE BOARD OF TRADE "The Utopia" Is the name chosen for Mr. f& F. paber icturued: 'on Saturday The town council did not meet on at three o'clock in. the Method; j,

the new social club the organization o. Tuesday evening (there being no quorum. Church. hi
::!) coin a 'I visit! to his old home on the In-

which was completed a well attendee lIan Riser. The Ladies Guild of !Poly Trinity Mr. B. II. fChuiun I K ft on ;Monday

;g t i' rtabt Meeting Held on Wednesday EveningMany Matters ueeting held in the office of CWlliDg- Mr. J. Don C. Morris returned ou Church met at the home of Mrs. F evening( for Dulru' w'\ 'u u ,rt he will >peudtwO'or <
worth & Currle on Tuesday evening.
3, Everett; yesterday afternoon. three week, uuoiu returning. ; to
of Public Interest Discussed and Action (Tuesday morning from a business trip
Take This name was selected from a list o1 P.itrii.! Bench '
to Miami 'The Lake Worth Band Quartett gave J -
Thereon. To Advertise the Town. nearly a dozen and After this important x very nice sacred concert program in Mr.I mid Mrs! {' ,irl Zapf left West Palm
matter had been, disposed of; the report Mrs. Sproul ba. returned to,, town
of the committee on constitution and by- liter visiting friends 'in Delray and be city 'park baud stand last Sunday Beach yesterday moruiiig,, for a>. trip to

+ loynton.Mr 5 evening,!\. front 6:30: to 7:30: o'clock.. VtlantiiiClty. They will b e Moue for
1 awl The .
was presented membership .
[TAnon t two dozen members of the Board I I At this juncture, Vice-President A. P Next is Children at tin vend weekH. -, "
fee wai fixed kt $10.00), and the member..bl C. F. Wolfe bas returned to fail Sunday Day
li'Trade: ; were present at the regular Anthony ,took the. ..cbair, and President .I l '"
} itself will be restricted to forty.As !home In-; Jensen utter spending several Congregational Church. In the morn Mrs. T. D. Brown will apend p nia'

Jfcelini< held! on Wednesday::evenlng inbraryball'PredeatDohier1 floater' rutdressed: the meeting. Mr ?soon Itl! possible permanent club quarters lays here ou business ng at I r o'clock the exercises will be bj into in Providunce, R. I on' a visit to -:.

rfhe Public\ .Ll rDo Mler' stated that he believed the tOWIIC'nllli wilt be secured and it is the In ten. the Sabbath School children with a short. rilallves. Situ left on ftUay! morning's.rain .

I 'pr'shied t. with |JI. P. Brannlngas. eeC \\l was willing and anxious to remedy tlon of the club to furnish them very Mr. Jas. Hall, Jr., of Neptune, who, WPSfa I Mress) by tbe pastor. All are cordially on her trip nlrLb\\'ard" .

f ,rd'ary. 1 4 I any evils pointed out," but he" felt : town this week on business left for ,
f I jbniforiably, providing piano billiard tale I icvlted: l. The evening service next Monday in
Thenilnutesoltbeiaatregutarmeetirg, that the town wan on the verge of an tome yesterday lorniug.I" .
9' '> and games. The club rooms will b< The street committee 'of the town be BaptistClyircli! coin Jellctl1g et,'7:4S"-

w tin: were given in'' commendable detail epidemic and that It was imperative that spend to !ladles every Wednesdsyeven. ;[Capt G. G. Glenson. and children and council is paying special attention to >'clo< will be specially for the onUf{
went'read and approved immediate action taken: It was a '
: receive'RUen. lag and once a month the ladles 'will be Mr. O I. Metcalf and, children' spent .he Improvement!of the lower, portion of people. 'The address by, ReV., ''J.: O .
Two communications were received, pubirc matter that should '"
t ? the special\ guests of the club members jyednesdav on no outing at Jupiter. Datura Street from )the Like front to flilucki; will be appropriate to pie oc fija-
Merrltt of the Board ofiblt'e tion at since the of Alderman '
from Supt. once, report
; one when entertainment will be provided. Capt. G. G. Gfaason, Mrs. Glenfonnd 3live Street, and the result of the work .r,,". .. : .r ,
; Instruction of bide county ac. Otwell showed that the sanitary '
After the constitution and by-law of Jupiter the of highly gratifying.The : (" ,
aim family are guests \ Another chain; of time schedule11teen "'
towledglng the encouragement given condition of West Palm Beach was :..1-' ".
(W1 the Board of Trade to the proposal of I iCt 'ply deplorable' He dwelt very stronglyon bad been adopted, tbe meeting '''pro .Mr. !and Mrs. Ouy' Metcalf of Datura meeting hour of the Kpworth mada: on the Florida: Rust \.X) 1 I:".,:'
'1i'J' seeded to elect permanent officers: The Street ", league of the Methodist Church, has ll1L1road.[ The train afflicted' bl"tih.'f"hUlgo.l "
< of the schools Of West tbe necessity of l insisting on tbe scavenger -
: J oiaVgamation
!1" ,, Jn. Beach! Majtgonia'and Palm Beach. doing his duty. There was a remedy balloting' resulted as follows) :Mr. Gep. Doyoton and Mr. and Mrs, ViAen changed/: from 3 q'clock' to l half pasty : la the south hound esiprogg; der"nbw '

t the other from tbe lower council: and effective one. lIe cited the President G. G. Curries'VicePresident. .... R.-:Barker oft Bo'l'tonILave' left for o'clock Sunday afternoons. The at 8:16: p. m.' instead of 7:4a"pk': !: 'lI ."4.. .

P ', ) 'f:M knowledging.the. communication} from procedure iu Miami where .a sanitary M..E. Gruber. .:.1ieir t Port Huron ,101cb./! homo, for the :'hange went into e'ffect' last Sunday as formerly." ',? te "(( '\'.'" .,, .

Secretary W. Sanders. ianttne .. ', i 1 ,.nd will be coutluued Ibroughout the FrhlermdrniIRthe '.Wi'aopabisstwOlJiFiori'ds
Board, calling attention to the need Inspector was appointed and bill remu < :; "' \ ; ..

} .. tewalk construction foe the busportion !. neration wall derived from the fee,-of )to Treasurer/WH..Spllwr. Mr.'JaJ!.' W"SIJIth: of'Mfanilagent? ; Inhat umbl"-" "err'r" *.. '.*.' FMt .. aMl Jbpttl'i.: I h1Mtt.! .

r f of town. Both were re- cents per -tuontu, from ech property Executive Committee, C. C. Chilling.viortb city: for the Gernia'uia Life Insurtnce Quite emu her In till* vicinity t al CIrranlrtg !bound contained, ; 110 legs than fifteeniouKicta t,

.5X 'gyf' I ? and ordered filed. owner. If this plan was followed out ,,\ Geo. \V. Lainhart and. G. G. Company has been. in town this to secure Loans to build! a in charge/ of Sheriff 1"jpb1cJ4.I\t! s

+ t JAW COMMITTEE'REPORTS.le here sufficient 'money would be forth Strohiu. week on business tome or pay off a mortguge. 5.00 a who wn3 taking them north lo turn .tft"III I ,".

3'1 first report presented was that of earning to well repay any person appointed The regular meeting nights of of each the Capt. Ed. Graham shook hands with month will borrow rooo.oo at only 3 fiver to the Slate authorities, ; '. ,., .
club will\ be the secoml Tuesday
,''couimltteoon. laws. Chairman Cur- to the position. At Miami, the month o'clock. nany of his friends m lowri on Tuesday. percent Interest per IIlIlIum.V.. F. Mr. and l Mrs. S. F. Woilulngton wflaii.
nd at eight
said be had nothing particular toJtTer inspector engaged a scavenger and this The every list of chatter members contains lIe came op from Miami on the launchJuterprise Armstrong Jr. Palm Beach is agent 'lave been gp'emlingthe winter at tbejt '

( and called on Judge Lewis another Inspector saw to it personally that thescavenger with Mr. J, E. Ingrahatn. for tbe company. Lake front residence\ Lake Worth left '
be following names:
;t, 'membe* of. the committee. Judge Lewis dill his duty faithfully. lIe R. N Dimlck. T, D' Brown, Ben II. Mrs Sackett left on Tuesday morning. Rev.' C. Fred Blackburn pastor of He for their summer home in Queet 'a coiiu-; >

drew the attention of tbe Board of Trade thougbt4he appointment of an Inspector ,Vest }'ahu Beach Methodist Churih, ty New York, this! niorulng They
.: \y', Doster, H. C. Hood, C. C. Chllllngworth for Ashevllle N. C., on a visit to friends.
to the fact that tbe town statutes were here was an absolute necessity aud felt Beach vill\ leave on Monday next to attend! I lie expect to return early In tbe full.
., .' : sjpM ,(os.-0. Venable Ir., H. B. Aultman P Before returning to West Palm i
;\ ,,'Is wSSjJtJn need of revision. He stated sure that the tax payers of West Palm O, Railey, Jr., Joseph W. Sanders A. F she will\ continue her trip to Michigan.A innual meeting of the Jacksonville\ registration of voters of prtcftsctVo. .

thi' tbatoyfo one-third of the statutes. Jl(f Beach were prepared to bear their share District Conference be held in De- for the coming" primaries
\ntbbay, G. G. Strohui, M. B. Gruber, few of the personal friends of Mrs\ 3 wu i_
"Qt.% carded to the court of law, would not of the expense if any should be Incurred. Land lie will be away]/' abouttwo JOIII'lJellce'ebtOrclay by S Hobo
!, Chas. F. Hart Geo. 'W. Potter Geo. W r. D. Brown were delightfully eater rrauv! "M
.1 f bold] water and with this report. ; Chairin.m !, Dr.'Hood entered.and took part In the Lainhart Harry L. Brown W. H. Spit. tautest Wednesday afternoon at an alter weeks, and during; his' absence the pulpit registration officer, in the 'office of, th?

.Currie concurred. A somewhat to that the .vill bo occupied by Reverends Neant T.t'lleVorth News. Tomorrow will
debate.. He was glad report at-ber ba
':!" cer. E. M. Brelsford Bobo Dean Geo. noon tea; given new home on
: { lengthy; discussion ensued as to tbe best unitary conditions bad been greatly Improved O. Currle. Clematis ave. tud' Whiteburst of this town. die last" day for registration, uuil tie

11'i.1; t plan for remedying tbe trouble in which since the last meeting of the +. .0SENSll'lONAL --- e The presses of The Tropical Sun ore hooks are open from 9 to ta a. m. and
\ Mr. L. S. Scroble, southern freight
Messrs. .Currle, Lewis. Anthony Mc. Board af Trade, but ti ire was still room low operated by power, a new and in& from i to 6 p. m.

Ginley and Jdayor.Bnrkhardt took part. for greater Improvement. He was convinced SHOOTING igeut of the Clyde Steamship Co., was proved gasoline engine having been in-
A West dispatch that Lieu"'etant .
Key .
In town on Tuesday on business. He says
Mr. A. 1'. Anthony thought that It was that tbe mayor was making every FRACAS AT BOYNTON Ualled and\put in 'operation this week l'ellcaud ten regulars armed

:'out of the province of the Board of Trade effort to remedy the' evil conditions! xIstlng. jas been making arrangements for srveral \a up-to.,date Chandler-Tilce job press ,
boarded McLaiie
.5- of from revenue cutler u'
11; to draw up any form of law for tbe council. lie also agreed that Mr. Dos Husband Takas the Law Into be&Y'1sblpatents pineapples \has also been installed and other Improvements '
An Injured be section. yesterday morning, which sailed )oILer.
f All the Board WAa supposed to dos ter's proposition was the proper 'one, HI. Own Hand., and Uses a ; have been made in the me uipposedly, for Charlotte Harbor, to '

w'ai to as k for the correction of -errors and a good one He had had a visit a Shc Oun. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Maltby left .hanfc&l; department, which place tut iject squatters and, MIIIIIg lers'oIJ CoEtarx. '

? where.erthey might he found and he few days ago from :ttn Inspector sent town on Tuesday morning for an extended ill ce iti a position execute promptly 'island Government reservation who ,

suggested that the town council should here by- tbe secretary o( the State Board summer tour tnrougb the 'north.ern \did satisfactorily all kinds. of high clasp
A sensational shooting: fracas created vein ordered Home time ago to leave the <
p appoint a solicitor for this purpose. A of Health and they visited the Styx and no little excitement at Boynton early and western States. Their imuie- |lob printing. .. ,Iall'bl- commander of the revenue'

'w *., motion was finally passed, moved by had found that the conditions there were Wednesday morning. The trouble arose diate destination Is Detroit and Chicagoand The first carload of pineapples for ttii.. mien IlamUlon. No Information' ean'V ';:

to Messrs. McGinley] and Anthony, that not so bad they were a few week later on they will\ go to Kansas veil known Philadelphia produce com
ever a runaway escapade In which a .e had!, at Key Wast nJ! .1\11'01 tbll om\lIr'1s,: .' :
r the law committee consult with the town ago, and that steps were being taken to named Cromer,well known in Weal City end the Pacific coast, returning to ni8 lou merchant Louis Ilanselmnn, ire reticent _

council:)) and ascertain it la the pleasure thoroughly cleanse that district.A man West! Palm Beach early In the fall. Rent uorth this week. The shipment : <{ ',
?! Palm Beach,'and a Mrs. A. E. "Evana At tbe \home of !Mr. :and Mr ,_'. .
s+, ure of the conncil to hare the town motion waS, piesented by Messrs. the principals. The two came The announcement elsewhere Jit this Nail from R. C. Ta!>kcr, Delray and wa Uvernta .? '
were Willson Street!
: thergwas .c,Ibralej ,
statutes revised. This motion was car Deter aud McGinley, that the Board of from Tuesday' morning!' issue of The Sun of Abe wedding of Mr made by C. W. Thomas, the Florldr :
here Boynton : last night the wedding of ttieti"laughter 1
ried. Trade to 'the town council of the well-known llnnselumn. Mr.. !
suggest Carl Mr
Schrebnicki pro. representative
and registered at one of the local hotels Miss Ferns lo M>. 1\131'1.: 1 Ihrt::: 1
M. yor Burkbardt said that it was the West Palm! Beach, through the secretary, were followed by irietor of the "Honest Profit House" in Thomas will ship 'several carloads, iron "
later in the day they ly, son of contractot:: James holly oth'fs'olty.
custcm of the council to'rectify the defective tbaC the council adopt the plan now In husband and matter bis town and Mlle. M. D. Herzenberg pclray within the next two weeks' and, .
the Injured grew 'The ceremoiy win performedfb'yRev.
-laws' wherever they were en. vogue in Miami/-namely the appointment decidedly interesting. Cromer and the formerly of New York City will comeas tlso expects to send about forty or fifty Stfurgls ol the.
pastor BaptUtwliurch.ln
countered during! court proceedings. of a permanent sanitary Inspector woman' managed to elnde their a pleasant surprise to their many :urloads(rout) Jensen and vicinity.]/' flu of the '
3vaps "
presence Mnmerli.ite f.
matter wte allowed to stand. whose would be derived from the \ friends. The marriage was celebratedIn
the pay pursuer and left town Tuesday night on Rev. John G, Black pa'otor or the (fiends UII.} relatives\ 'if the cuntricl'lit '".

44 I v SANITATION COMMITTEE fees collected from property owners'andhouseholders the F. E. C. Express. Evans followedon Waahiugfon D. C.,'on Tuesday. May Baptist Church at Tiiusvllle and a recent ; parties. The bn.le has large el rate

Dr. Hood.the chairman' thisr. com.mittee = and ,who will be required foot and reached Boynton In the /th, by Re!'. Louis! A. Stern, in the; graduate of Stetson University De- of friumUIn. town with whom she 11

v not present, when !the report to thoroughly Inspect tbe town end rig. of the bride's .parents and very;
was early. morning hours. To get even for presence Laud, has been conducting special" ret popular and Mr. Holly i iwellle'lo\\u
and in his absence, Mayor enforce the sanitary laws. This brother, and a few intimate friends of f 114
was called for lily his wife's unfaithfulness be procured a viva services In the West Palui Bench 'he efficient bookkcfpar and cn,liierof''
Burkhardt that, every effort was motion was carried unanimously.The ". be bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs.Scbrebnlck .
t' eteted shot gnn and meeting Cromer near, the Baptist Church all this week. These the G, G. Strohni \Co: They have tile
the town clean. I committee bad no will\ make West Palm Beach ,
made to keep
being : )Evans home promptly raised tbe gun services have been largely attended, and :ongralulatlons and best wishes of air""

The scavenger had reported faithfully formal report to present. and fired at him point blank. The weap their home. will be continued over Sunday and possibly .hilr friends. .

from day to day and only oue' complaint Chairman J. B. Beach 'of the public on, was loaded with buckshot, two of tbe A very pleasant social gathering was all c( next week. The hourj of

bad been made and .this. bad been building; and agriculture committee was hot taking-' effect and lodging Cro- held at the beautiful home.of Mrs John week day services. are 3:30: in the! afternoon The Ladies' Aid Society of the t Tni m

P, t promptly attended to. absent but Mr. Geo, W. Potter, another tner's right shoulder: Tbe woundedman B I. Beach 'last evening when Mrs. Beach and 7:45: in the evening. Next entertained Congregation il Chur h. were! f plea 1 : ",ty:

At the request of the chairman, the member of the committee, stated that arrived In town on' Wednesday gave a "cob-web" party In honor of her Sunday Sunday School will ba held at at the li-un. uf Mrs. lirtegs,

" s secretary read the,formal report presented the town council l bad. acted on the suggestion morning's train and bad his Injuries nest, MIllS Mona Harris of JacksonIlle io o'clock, iiiornintjiicrvlce'Bl: [ 11 o'clock' D.itwru. Street last I I'nday. nftc-rncon.' -
by Alderman Oiwell.at( the regular of the Board of Trade in reference attended to. who Is to 'leave Sunday morning !and evening service.nt 7''!J5.( Dainty "refreshments' wereserved 1 ha '
council held better water service, bevy of 'hnrm:, ;; .u, rl .uid' tho occ.iii.ni" \ '
of The town to securing
meeting It 'is said that Evans will\ not be after a two months' stay In this city. A Mr J. JJ. Ingratinm .vice-presid.ut of ,
which report revealed agloat but that go Jar no reply bad been received was given adds I 111-1'.1( by the pre-ett.
i 3rd, time the
on June prosecuted. delightful was spent by guests, the Florida East Coast Ry., arrived at
talio.4 of a really -,< elli nt
state of affairs In the from Mr.,Parrott: proRrnm oj
deplorable whom were noticed Mrs. J. DonC. wharf
among the city nt noon on Tuewlay, eu- r
Burkhardt stated that Mr. McGinley: stated that he heard Kraut Silver music anti elocution.u. Ouy r. Mot -
town. Mayor Ferris Hams Morris Miss Lnclle Crutcbfi"ld, :MIss from extruded
route lo St. Augustine an '
t this deplorable)condition existed long Mr. Perrott would be in town on Thnra- Prunes Salt Mackerel Roast Mutton, Lamping.Miss! Anthony, Miss Virginia cruise in his Inuncli\: to Miami and Inter Calf wan the violinist and I.1I"r two mini' $

before he was appointed mayor, and now days[ and-be suggested that the chairman Oreen Coffee. Soup Tablets. Salt Pork, CrutcbfieUI. Miss Miller Miss Evelyn': n-ediale 'Ohtu. Mr. Iiigriliiini; spokeIn hero! wenplayed, with cxiimsi'i" i.nti1' v
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everything was being done in the way appoint a committee to wait on that Lima Beans Fresh Peaches-at the Cooperative Clarke of Daytona and Messrs. J. Don tlutlslic tone of tbeproSl'lct. sudgkdt. Reetutiuusw.'retinS-ol, ; t>\ \1-1I. /
decidedly o I. D. f.ockwooil, :and :tlnv '
of Improvement.Mr. gentleman aud lay before him the Store. 2, Morris Cbas. Hart, P. J. alley, Emit .. for a I large pineapple crop w:, n- vn.i
McGinley asked if the town council urgent need for better water service .. Anthony Harry Jlebb,'Frank C. Card' in'.uiill" l I'MSle-iitcrti-niii' ": inint. onthl'1""rII1'
till Kant Cousl. He luis' '
along entire ,
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named ot II 1
could not be:,induced to place the the comlttee wascomposed Bronze Screen Wire. flee, J. VenabU, and J. W. Sanders. visited nearly all ot the largepluntations ;
and D. personally ; tdI''n'\ i Detnndtin,3t" i : ;i'' ," ''sa
Dr. Hood J.
dangero'n sanitarysurroundings President Doster
for ,
refreshments served and
responsibility received large assortment of Delicious were between Fort Pierce and ,. ., kt
Just dt'H''Ulf'l: fb Hi :li I ri :nh a d' p -i t
' on the proper parties McGinley. lien came the task of unravelling- I
Bronte-Screen' Wire and that heavy
committee had no genuine Pompelan Cutler says very shipmentsof tjrolo. T>.ic only is-at' : 'h', ?I 11 win ,
householders. In this con- on education
the for this and
namely web. The prize was won
mosb. This Is tbe will be sent to the
Cloth 16 and 18 only pines! soon I sweetly suiii; by Miss l-lcminjj. The r'
nection. Mr Miller suggested that the report to present. awarded to Miss of Daytona and
., ADVERTISE THE TOWN kind; of screen wire cloth] that Is abso- Clarke northern markets. There :yet remain, [ members of "iin- r r..ul|"*s VKl were delipht-, ..
council should] appoint an inspector TO
town offered lowly proof against lust or corrosion. Mr. F J. Railey. however, many hundred of acres .if'''.it w lli, \1" i rrn' mi I li .|iii <,dlt> uf .Hr,.
should be to see B. McGlnley a sugxes--
It BIr
whose' sole duly J Write for prices. O. f, Paddison, Eau; KNOX HATS-standard of the worldat I splendid pineapple l land which have Brig''-. n"l l Yeses i i-.eor' v <(e fir thanks

that the lult r1' law- of the, town are .. G llle Fla. "fIJ at ANTHONYS Bugs. not yet been taken up by settlers. ( to those who took part i its the proglamito
obeyed the letter.kY' .. .tOA'.oI: Da 1'114I.. ,
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II' Th Florida Cracker offer. the following Don't Forget

1I : ::i' rloa..r..p.roiD.d.CoI\ ".I'lo.ltla. nuggegtlona. CQMMrrTBBMet : .M15 ."IriAl

r'P' :'{. "Now that ther State l ID about to WANTED. G Q Th is ,
\ TROPICAL SUM PUBLlSUIHa COMPANY receive something like $700,000, wa! and Received Notices! from NftiD-.A6HN'l'S-' HitT"towntV ;

:' \ HARRY L, BROWN. MANAOKH. all racking our brain for some \V ,., r "e r
are Candidates. Time Extended where wit: are not represented .
;, !' '1,1 i "UBLoleH.D .V."" '"1 DAY" way to spend id. Tho Cracker would for Filing Notice'. '. Write to""aK nla' 'terms. ., Address. ? Miami L; t You people who live out of ,/;;:.

j '," ,;1 AT WIST PALM BIAOH, DADS COUNTY.FLORIDA suggest: the following uses : Proprietor.Steam- Laundry, Jaa.. C I..geoul'S: 9 t( ,._ ORDf..ft t& town: Our stock is Immense :,

t, First, build a governor'&; residence Dbmocratic and We can usually fill anyniair
YEAR, Tb State Campaign .fIVE.0 '
c' :; to coot f 3t ,000 'thinla FOR SALE. jtt ;
at Tallulftissee > ;
t Committee met .tibe'office'of. Chnirtntn ___ OUR. 4 r order the day it is received. ,_i
n. :' Foatoffic of Went Palm Bead a email! ,cam but it would build! a .
Entered at the William i if Jacksonville: Tnemlsy! morn- FINE MULns.load"'cl'n, \ .
: ', at ieconJ-cUu matter. handsome residence dilly ia! keeptug ing. The principal business of the L ditlon. A bargain. Address Mrs : PROMPT'e 1)) r : :/b : ,,1'fNTIO"'J .
; I 1,1.t
i r ?'t'I Fill DAT. JUNE 11R 1003. with oust Slate capitol. meting ,,1\8 the reception of notices. :,M, \'. Groom, Miami Fla JI3 :il" ,.. Write, Your order,, will) have : :' ,,); :

., I .* f200.000'should be used for the.: from candidates, ant] there were between ;'Y1.-' WORK u Us tho same attention I., "I .

I Iii The Florida Index last Friday issued consolidation! and Improvement ol 75 and So presented by letter and other I V Ilorsa for sale and one taucy drl.v- '" ', ,, if vou caino..wUh' [ C It ,),js \''I
Chairman W .8. Ilenclernon and horse, standard bred W. P. Hatcb.ett. ,. :: :: \
court bout addition" our various State Institutions ol wise. ; Ing tf Your WttntS'bO AB toq"qualiLy : '4'aDd
r a Special( new 5 9 \
; Secretary Perry O. Wall of the First C )U"aressloDat price.HATCHETT. '
that is a credit to Lake Citjr learning.
:' district presented the earn I
; I
schools FOR RENT.
.t- and to Brother Appleyard. Consolidate all the State of Congreromiair/ 81 M. Sparkmsn-,ai a ,

I and equip 011& on Orst-cfaee line*. In candidate to succeed' himself. Chair HAVB.TWO elegant Lake Viet'( Boat Builders' '
": Conjunction} with. thin buy a suitable Cottages for rent for next season, HABDfAHE 1
The New York FIshinR Gazette station man P. J. Feruslde and Secretary J. IXGalloway ,one (for6oo and one for$700; complete!;) All .Kinds of West PalmBeach
land for )
tract of an experiment baud present the
: the United States Fish Comuiis- were on furnished. Possession given November t I .
\d"d says where practical farmingol! name of C ngteB lmeJ1 Robert ;W. Davis. Also; one furnished\ Cottage, J rooms,,
." lion have been experimenting successfully every description can bo carried on. the Second Congressional district.,, also lor the summer ; Jaj: per month.

: 'I. thought. to In be the impossible feeding of until oysters re-! ,, Thin. will give the people of Florida! i' is a candidate" I'd succeed lifmself. The 418 Tropical oa: tf Real W.Estate I. Metcalf Exchange, Mgr., i roinontrtm" ". " "rnrnr" "trnro" n" 'nmfl" "? "frmmnifnmtfl" ," " "?" 'TF'

e information which will be very valu lamee of]. S. Baird, Fred T.Myers_ and

r H' cently. The oyster planter can nov ible, and as it is now can only be Be- vV. B. Lamar were! received by letter BIDS WANTED. "- '
build his canal in an open cove am' 'rom the secretary of the Third Cougren... ------'--------
4M lured by expensive individual expert- r HE BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION | That New Suit
.; sow fertilizers aloof the shore, etc. ; and continual experimenting. ilsnal district as candidates for the poai.Irtn JL Invite prompt j bids i foi .

I and fatten his oysters for* market nce of Congressman of district Mo, 3, thi transportation of pupils between -
You of
half mlllior :: are thinking having made- w
This will leave nearly a: -
regardless of weather or other con About eighty letter were received Mfcngonia, Lake Worth, Palm Beach and :_ ;:;
s ,, I : of dollars all of which should be used fraiu-candidatea' f.t the Florida Senate, West Palm Beach, five days per week,, *T It la on Our Fashion 1'la'e.' '
ditions. but reliable .' ,. '. '
months. Mono par == a
j roads throughout
." to construct good: ; House of Representatives, etc.An tiff*, with safe boats of ample uccoramo, '
PlnA' has received tbe official the State. Proportion this monej important matter considered was d lOllS, need apply Tbe Board e- == 1H '

pong clergyman out equally to the several counties for the allowance of a little,:more time ; serves the right to reject any or all bids g ',
blessing of a Syracuse ,, be oMainec ,
PAilher Information may
their wealth and Deed! for filing notice with the State Committee
I according to
Rev. Dr. Samuel R. Caltbrop. In ai from any; member of tbe Board, or Z. TMbrritt x
address before tbe students of tb for roads, upon the condition that< lie date being moved up front Jan Superintendent, Bueua Vista,
2 '
cite county receiving' this monej idth to June i6th. The resolution in Florida, J6tt :::: ==
Classical School he said :: -
Syracuse 'I must first raise an' equal amount ,reference to this was as follows: NURSES. ge; .- that you Bee orr the streets, are madeSK' ;:;;
f Qod bless ping: pong. You can pla.i "Resolved, That tbe chairman of tuiicdmmlttee TRAINED =: ky us ;;;;eE

i I football play it. The girls can pin j either by subscription, taxation 01 shall to the chairman ;
I ; i bbnding. Dy this means a million certify tRAINED I NURSES can be obtaiuec You will admire yourself, and feel :..:::11"-
d : tennis. That is the beat outdooi oH the various county committees a. or postal addressed to as though others admired ypura"dS =:

[ game. But I think the best indoor 'dollars can be raised for road purposes candidates for the Legislature the names Cf>>urcb. Home and Hospital, Orlando p-= they will, too-In one of our made-to. =:
the orida. Terms Eta perweelc. :
and with expenditure o !
at all whose applications will
game yet invented, is ping pong, amI persona g= order Suits. =:3
say again, "God bless plug pong.:: tola sum Florida will be benefitted in receipts of'county chairmen for! their EDUCATIONAL. :*T \".' :;

t tie sum of fully ten millions of dollars. i&essiuents\ are received by him on ot s

before' June l6th. provided., That when ARE; YOU A P RaG R BSSIVS Consider the Time and Place Hpu .
Chu... D. Mowrey,the Express agen or ambitious .student of g ,
; tile asseasments are paid 16 the county -
Klocutlou Aesthetic Physical Culture r
!; q -
I{ of the Adams Express Company a* LET IT BE HARMONY.The chairmen\ after June loth, the counts!) Oratory? The New York School ol \ '

e' Greenwich, Coon., and his four assistants caairtuen shall certify that the applicant Expression! Genevieve. Stebbins, tbeiblnent < and on what is appropriates We ,
,have thrown up their positions Tropical Sun learns that theie. wits announced publicly .. a candidate Delsartinn. and F/ Townsend ::: supply 1U1lutl1io.! eIJ' the best made ==

overworked Iii a movement on foot to reconcile S6uthwick, Principals. Summer sessiot == ,Clothing;: for,all 'occasion Don't sup. =:
because in! the before
they county on or June 10,1903. Tenn. Address untl
the call of the Democratic Count at Montragle == poss for a moment. wa-nllow a'customerto .
of rush of wedding gift West Street New =
idly 57th
: lat
I by reason a ] 318
The head officials 'refused It Committee with that of the Start Crates Ybrki j 4t == leave our door looking In the least '=:: .

stingy Democratic Executive Committee) Pineapple :: Item other. titan correct. ==
t supply sufficient help and the youn ; order ::: '" ::::::
to *
I am now prepared accept
that Mr. J. A. McDonald '
abd further
in == ::::
in Greenwich persisted getting
I fjr 10 car loads pineapple crate material, "
j I a : married. Verily; the lot of tin whoso influence Committee with Is the undoubtedly Democratic Mr delivery after June isth.. G. F.Paddison. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS S. SCHNEIDMAN

express agent U not a happy one. County Ban Gallic, Fla.v :at ooooo00000000000 |
,rJf 1 ij'ff' great, has pledged himself to dr -- _... > > '

i This is from the DeLand Supplement all In his power to bring about; whal Before The End}Came.' For the Legislature. j Merchant Tailor Gruber Block, West Palm Beach 3 :

have id certainly a desirable thing, iu that The friend of Mr. A. ,t. IIOUU" '"t Co. 'KJIUR1f '"
cool crnlser
: nights we The officers of the Dixie sent
It would restore harmony in the part connut lrove, hereby announce: Mm.I: I'd': : Ii I1 4 IIIi1l11IIIdlIlI1NJIU11J11J1I11UdUIIJlUll11UIIUUIIIf1lliG' ; :
,''k been having for the past week or two to Washington last week an Interesting t-niKlhlutct for the UiirlHKitiira Iriilu l ,
ranks. The Dade County Committei. County.Florida. subject" to the a.UUII.t, tin. _
call forcibly to mind the days of bundle of papers, the last issues of Lei Democratic prlnmfleu.To .
tomorrowIt Miami; "
long ago when hot nights in Florida will re-convene Colonies,. tbe newspaper published ai' the Democratic Voters ot Dade County! ::54 .
{ a'. were unknown and unheard of.. When and it is expected that some actioti 3k. Pierre, the 111,fated city destroyed b\ I hereby announce myself aa a cnnilldnUMr <

the change in the winter climate will be taken In the way of followingout \tount Pelee. The papers furnish tin the' Iteprowntatlveor action of the Duiuocrutla Dade County.I'rliirarlm.UUAII4K NMbK-cl. tc 1IARDT'S Went Palm.Beach. Jdn.'I8,19OJ: -\:. "J t

the program of the State Com- only surviving record of tho last day W. KING cAT : ;
... about the summer climate
came mittet The Tropical Sun, with all of the lost city, and as each issue devout THIS STORE CLOSES v q.h .
and hot became For Tax Assessor.
too nights
1 .".o'l changed: true Democrats sincerely hopes thai cbnsiderable space to telling of tbe rumblings P

,\\f. freq'u'nt. Years ago; the Floridian this end will be, attained. Let ic bi of tbe volcano, tbe escape bf suffocating rb the Democratic;;Vt.I;; ;; ; Dade County : 6:30: O'CLOCK ,, t '

,t'!. never thought of going to bed in tie etc., it la certainly strange 'I tierelir announce inynvlt, a Rruiiflltlnttli : ,
"a long pull, a strong pull and a pull gases ; the cmlce of Tax Assessor*subject tu thiaction r 1<.;($
,.' summer months without blankets. that the people, with"the ample warn., of the DemocraticPrliuerluM." . Except Monday and Saturday ."
all together] mountain dt It.. M. SMITH.
tugs that the eave: them
.\ not evacuate the city. On April 29: !1 Co the Democratic Voters ol Dade Countyi To shut out willing buyers!! and perhaps inconvenience rl -

Nearly a billion more PObtOg.J Crystal River' on the West Coast des: Coloules described the clouds! ol After. nun-fill cnnHiiloraclon I ono myself -. them, is not agreeable to any one. The good people who .{

J stamps have been issued to the poet : has become of sufficient( importance smoke arising from tbe crater, and that nor. ot aa Untie H cniullilnta. .County fur mihject the olllca to the i>f Till notion: Asset.01 serve you like to have tyeir evenings,- but they would like

i ", offices of the United States since July to present a useful Qeld for a home day fine dust and dirt began to'sprlnkle tee DumociatluiirlinnrtoM the uuuuort of my (trliMiila and: I throtlithriulthe rrepr.: :|: tfu117ask > then' still better if you will let them wait on you before the

:. let last than were Issued during tI.!' newspaper. A paper has been launch the city. Each issue tells of this clon. county. (ira), S, .a UA Je.. time for.closing arrives.. ,;: "

whole of the previous fiscal year. I ed in that town, culled The News,and of dust increasing, until, on May Sib. For Treasurer.To All join In the request that you help make shorter busK, .
r ness hours a success, by a Hide thought in
"' This i lit necessarily indicative. n ''ib the first number the following announcement tbe paper said breathing was difficult. arranging your
great increase in the postal businssc. eyes smarted and throats were sore. tti.Domcrratlc voter*jft Dade County. : shopping. .
appears : "In presenting Parents advised keep theii I hereby announce mTwIf aa a< cnndldatffiir To be free at 0:30: o'clock from the day's work mean so
From lack of other facilities for the were to the office.ot County Tresenrsr..nhjtvS to
the Crystal River News as a candidate children indoors ou account of the dan the action of the. Demuerutto J'rluiurtLw to bo much. It mean. a needed rest, a meal with the family and, .

i transmission of !small sums by mail, for public favor, we do so with get to their lungs from tbe dust and the .cm.uj 15th. 1902.V.. H. ItAULKItHON.. the whole! evening, besides, for recreation. r '" '.!
t,, stumps have come to be extensivelyused
gases. On May 7th, the day before th. of DadeiI .
for To tile voter
which is
a argument '
-i blotting out of tbe city, 'the principal hereby nnnouncs my retlreinerf! from tbe L. w., BTJBKHABDT Finest Groceries;
: :
the postal note plan now before race; of and Inrtulnfceownnltl
.' down.and county in which it is pubfished editorial, ended as follows: "What h.e for Treasurer mtnltally DHICounty thank tlioHe. whu .-

,r' .. Congress._ but to 'our loved State of to-morrow in atore for its ? A flow of had their: e>klu nr ln.Hpil.HM.an My Inteutlou nmuu to for support reilrliiK:: :mis. are for It will pay, you to purchase our Coupon Books .

Florida. To this end we ask the lava, a fain of stones jets of asphyxiating .: ol a bualnem.. nature.

( Tile Lakeland News very properly ('ourteousald and encouragement of gas? What submerging cataclysm ? Very rfi'mtfutly.lie.N.. II bo.HTKB. .;;

fi remarks that "this thing of putting!: brothers of the State tirskall we simply have an Inundation : .
\ our presp. To the voter of Dade C.....ty : ,.. ,
a man in office because he needs it of mud. There Is a secret, and when it I
f"tf That. we may keep always alive to I hereby announce uiy retlrninent from the '
may be a good thing for the man known many witt not be able to keep rwe for County TraaHurnn and In doing' HOwlMh
: all that interests or in any manner to any my mutlve, l I. to nuBlut In- hermnnlalng Bruper ottaqe. t::
but it is a poor policy for the public concerns any and all portions of our ; the present political I iiUiiiitluu: ,and } thee Season
'; who needs it badly 1 I. All the time the paper was publishing oat from any being; dcfHatiMl.
The man so I do not aimnine that I would have bunaHltcfeHttfiil.
to his Ill-fortune to shift State we need-and cannot well get; terrorizing descriptions of the beginningof wlth*.nt np clnl ..ffucton I he pnrtof :Datum Street Near the Lake. Front
likely owe ilong witbout-r-an exchange with all it my ,frleudN and mye.ifbnt thin i ..d,,
the the
eruption was advlniug with/
in his business people uad 1 connldertid my chance equal myopponent'
lensness own private
contemporaries. With such aid against leaving the city, and assured ; *. Transient Rates Reasonable Special Rates by the Week
i' and there will be more or less of it In 1 wlHb to nMiir'mv friends that t fully ap.hrffulntet ,..
ia this exchange will afford we hop> them tbat there was no more danger to all they have done tn'for me. und mynrtloo
j .t his service to the public. Select men of which St. Pierre from Mount Pelee than there In thin matter In : the tIOIC. of fit-1-I J I GOOD HOME COOKING
to give them a paper the.\ .and I tract will prove to be to the IxnitInteraet .
: that the office needs and there will will' not be ashamed. In all Hint, vies at Naples from Mount Vesuvius. Afhw of the whole people In thin campaign, EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE 1.
,i and better service 4. K. LUMMU8))
f be more economy promises to in any manner benefit days'before the end an advertisement EAT YOUITSUNDAY DINNERS'AT'DRUNIR COTTAGE

kk .. '; in government," our State and her people the press Is, appeared for an excursion that was For Tax Collector. 1,
to be made to the crater by sight-seers, BRUNER
in it ever should be always ready to i MRS: .IDA M. Prop:
and an interview was published with To tbe Democratic! Voter of Dade County :
The lirooksville Star has this to lee its best influence and endeavor, I hereby annonnre niyn-lf Re n enndlilnteor .
scientists, saying tbat while the volcanowas .
the poHltlon of Count Tux Collector PWD
say of the candidacy of lion. R. Hudson and the Crystal. River News will be undoubtedly active there octtotb.i>ctnn| of the OemucrHtlu: trliha.MiltoIm .......... ........... -- .
foritailroadCommissioner was probe held July lath next tttxl jvunectnlly ........................s...
Durr : with them, heart! and soul." ably no danger to tbe city. In one cor request the .up: anil votes ul my '' '
1 .
"The announcement for Railroad Irlende. iuori... J. H\ul>lClt.; Bawl, Furnished Tlirougliout.. Rate. 91.BO Pen Day :
: tier of the editorial pegeof the last issue : Special f?.t.. by w..... c. JiI.n'b. _; J Ji
'f d Commissioner of lion R. Hudson The Atlanta Constitution in its Issue appeared this announcement: "To-mot. For Member of School Board. .

A, Burr, appears in this issue of the of Thursday in referring to the row being the Feast of the Ascension, enndldnte for : .THE.. : i

.;rJ;; Star. This gentleman; Is undoubtedlythe commencement exercises at Mercei\ the paper will not be published.*' The .nrmbsr.hf' annuunati|pfp on the Conner mywlf"chonllloa..1 n of''
candidate for the people who next day St. Pierre was destroyed by Uvmocratlo ode County. .tihlivt to the action of the. i Commercial Hotel
University In Macon, has this to soy Prliuarlim.JAM.
1i, .y will he on the side of the people as the awful c.lamity.Jacksonville Me. II. HcOINLEY. .
; of Governor Jennings: Wrut PelmBeaoh. fliw .
against the railroads and at the tropolis. CLEMATIS A.VENOB-, NEAR JEFFERSOfT BLOCK'o.
:/ "Tbe'principal feature of today's -- : :
', time he believes in giving the For County' Commlss( ner. '
;;". same exercises. commencement at Mercer You Know What You Are Taking : 'r I.

\; roads fair treatment.; We believeour University wan the able and When you take Grove's TuStelessCbill To the Donioeratla voters of Dade County i : W. SOHMID Proprietor. :
I offer myself cendlelatenr '
people should cast their vote for hereby a. a
.. eloquent address! of Governor Jennings Tonic because tbe formula Is :nun.y CommlMflloaflrfvom'tne fifth dlutrlct, I '
; Mr. D un.j" ." f,autaConnty: niib| to the artlnn of the : Special l Attention 'to All Rooms ,Lighted :
;:: ; of Florida delivered this afternoon plainly printed on every: bottle showing >emoerallc P'lm".II., .. and reHpertfully. ask 1

Ii before the literary societies. tbat It Is simply Iron and quinine in a Uiuuty.heinpport. of my friend"1>.thronithoiit U. UUUWM.SEOUL'S the. : ,..Travelling ,Men With Gas :
; England the! marriage age; fay to tasteless form. No cure, No pay. 50 cts" 1 --
The governor spoke u; very large : '
steadily advancing. Mothers no* -. ._.... : Free Sample Room :
audience and his beautiful and interesting .
t ,fttt c
'f, advise their daughters not to think remarks. were frequently Notice.A .........................,........................... J

/j'f.'i of marrying until they are twenty- greeted; with applause. special business meeting of the W. EXPRESS ,
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t-, .7'':: ; five at lenst; whereas the old days C. T. U. Is. called for Monday afternoon,

it was regarded; as a matrimonial' June f I6tb, at 3 o'clockat the Congregational 1'ur'lture'mo"! d. Baggage ,THE TRHYELERS Jj JjNEW

;' ,<) achievement if the girls were all mar. The Tropical Sun Is authorized by Church. Every woman of tbe transferred .and general ,

;i\'ij." Fled off before they were twenty. The the Board/ of Trade to Announce 'community la cordially Invited, and all draying done? at reason

.;,!\' ago of thirty-two Is not now an unusual that the Board meetings usually con members are urgently requested to be ble rates.TwoSoated, MANAGEMENT'i. .

; l one for a woman to marry; elude about 10 p. m. This announcement present, a* the business to be transacted Carriage F.
benefit the is of great Importance and of Interest to MRS. N. GARCIA, Prop'r Jacksonville Fla.
ii but some fifteen or twenty years \II made for the of Or Single BuggyFor o ;
; wives of members who all. MRS. JAB. R, ANTHONY, --
}7. since she would, at that age, bare one-suffering

: w'' been regarded ns hopelessly an old) ave been listening; to fairy tales MBS. Gao. W. POTTER, See'y.President. hire by hour or day.ears Electric Lights, Electric Delis Bathn, Complete Service. -. ,I

q ':" / '\ maid and would probably have been about midnight sessions, with' busl- a. : orders at Manilla Hoase.1MM The Best $2.00 per day Hotel, in Plorida. f

iess' of great Importance "Walkover" Shoe.II'I'BOItV, BROS," >.. T.k.e tU Utpat sad ssk tbe CenUuctor .
,; ,'" fl. .... wearing a cap 1 S.to. > l 'Ita TMf.l.r Jl '
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:'i t N. TlJ.rt li'litiPICA L .f3U .' V'BS1" pdtLM i1 .&.CJfi1'LOB1I7A.YIt1UA.T! ; -JUJSET' 13, 1903 I'

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CALL .. persona are otherwise 'legsJly quay DEALER

FOP Deniocratic'Priinary' The following named persona are ..' ) ,
TALKS Election "
hereby appointed Registration Of- rp'r. -- CROCKERY, and

In Dade County Fla.: : fibers for said primary to wit: '
About .the Call for the Prima Pj-eclnct No. 1, W. U; Stypman; .FU'RNITURE.

ries. Difficulties Are Being: Precinct No. t, W. L. Wid meyer. -
A Election
Democratic Primary
,,. 'olveroo e. ', ,lahereby'tla.lleJ1. to be held In Dade Precinct 1'recinebNo.No. It 4,, S.M.Bobo U. Lytnan.Predfict Dean.. ntrn w All Kinds of Boat Goods.s ...

Cojyitj! Florida,, In each and'' every No. 5,1/11. Bu'tbn.Pretlnct ''' ,iiij* ttljyoltf Sundries. st....,Tinware Door., ...it.nd Blind
It Is encouraging to a'l true Democrati precinct thereof. on Tuesday, July
,1 0 J. W. Umstead.Prpcltlct .
No ,
All KtudsofTliihln and GoodataitolJac
;' to note that a change: hall come 15th, 1902 and on Tuesday.-August, ;; Sporting
E' over the political1 Itunllnii ,,,'Ilbh the J 12 tli, 10Q.2\) ,, for the purpose of now N!). 7, Fink Stranahan ,. ( StovM. Blue. Flam Kcroneu...Oil.' Stove*.
Precinct No. 8, J. W. Ives.Pieclnct Olauwani,Lamp end I.ttulerii HurrUou IIr. Ready Mixed I'sirtMa.1
?'f}: .1 la..I l few-days sad that there MUmS to be hating ouudldatea for the, followliivi No. 9. 11:L, Mitchell L.- Only Olsen I'rnnol' Attention. 11-1-97
'""'; a disposition on nil sides, lo curry un the named/ offices to be voted for lathe .. .
Preotnet No. Iff John Burdine. -
piiinnrleB amicably and along>> ; the lines general 'election which la to lie ; ,
Jai let down by the Stale Executive Com.tailtee held on the first Tuesday, la November Executive Committee of the State

'' The Jacksonville Metropolis A. D. 1902, to-wit i Precinct No. 12. K.. C. TwldellarIt of.Florida. W..HEIM. w BHOADWKLL, M. D, Fhyalvlan'and! 811"8'00IWIJIMt..cI ;
shall be the duly. of such Reg. The candidatej-ecelvlng a majority .
publlshei an Interview that will prove One United States Senator.\ ; PIarmrcl, t,cater( lu Dru Store. !
intertilling reading. It says/"" One Representative: in" Coagresft,, latratlon,. oilloers to register allwhite of all the votes shall (he de. :.I
'A Metropolis: reporter called on Mr' Sr'Congressional' District. Democrats whoshallr applyfor Glared the nominee provided, that
Arthur '1'. "Williams, chairman of the One Justice. of th?' -Supreme! Buch who are at the time of a second primary when necessary' r. COTTAGE. CITY PHARMACY .
Democratic State'; Committee, at' bla Conrt, \ such application, or. will.he' entitled ) to choose between the two highest / IIKTM & nUd DwELL -
office thin! morning. and a ke whether nut the cull .da.ued'for'; the Comptroller. to ''ie regiaterd. for the next general not have been made by majority __'
State Deuioeratlc CampaliC'i: Committee; Two Uullroad Coufml sloners. election.> That said Registration\ vote in the first primary election, ..

ta tiled 4u, Jacksonville next' Monday One Member of the House ofRepresentatives. / 'olllcers shall require each person hall be held on Tuesday the 12th Dealers( Chemicals. .
in Medicines and
t 'wail,1 for the purpose of making of making who ehaH. maku, tIJpllcatlo'n for..regUtratlon day of August A, D., 1902, and at Reliable .
any changes in the provision of the, One County purveyor.Oire to declare on his.. h-nor such primary election only such
'. that. he Is entitled .to be registered electors as were qualitied to vote at
State call 118 to qualification\ of voters, Tax Assessor, A PULL, LINE OFDPerfume.
under the general election laws of ,the first primary election shall be
find what, if any, action la his opinion One TBJS. Collector. Goods
e t t1t would be taken with .reference to the One County( Treasurer. '- the. State ana that he will\ vote for permitted to vote. Rubber ,
action In those counties where the call Five County Goromisfrtonera. and support the nominees of such Except as hereinbefore providedsaid Toilet Articles! Cigars and .
of the State Committee tI is not being fol. Three Members of the County primary both State'' and County.Said primaries shall Abe conducted and Stationery. Tobacco.
lowed.1 Board of 1'ubllo ln-tructlon Kegistration odlcera shall In accordance with the primary

Mr: Williams replied\ : "No, the campaign One .hisUcs of the Peace in and keep-tuetr gooks open at the poll ,aw and the general election law a-nt' PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM IIEACFI.
couimitlee is not Called to con- for District No's 1, Z, 3, 4, 5.6. 7.8,, ing place in each election precinct!' of this State now in force.! ,
eider, << nay change in the Slate calf as to 9, 10, 11 'an<1. 1 12, on the 12tb,lath and', 14th' days of W.. A.. FILER, ''vvvvvvvnyvvvyy.y.ram..V YYTYYYYYYYYYTYYYYY
qualification! ( bC-voleri,and the campaign: One Constable in and for Die June A. D., Ib02, between the Chairman Democratic Kx Com l

cumiuUtee clearly have no authority to trlct N o'a I, 2,. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, .9, 10,, hours of {0) A. M; to 12 Mr and 1 P, M. mittee of Dade County, CITY MEAT MARKET .
to 6 M, Attest
take an jr such action norcnu the cam. linn 112.I '
"vdgn comniltteelnakp any change us,toJfne Such::) Primary Election shall be : All persons so registered shall! S. L. PATTERSON, Secretary. Florida and Western Meatsy! .Poultry ,.Game and, ... ggs.

provision that .person' can he a bald! lu each, of (the preuinuU\ of for the purpose -tit said primary ---- .- Mail Order Jtt Receive,f"ri Careful Attention.
r" Candidate for office who did not at the this County between the hours of election be deemed to be lawfully

'$' ';ru, last election vote the national!, State and eight A M. and sundown, and the | registered. unless their name 'pr :West Palm Beach ,.,.,,?, Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH. '
5 County Democratic ticket and the cam. following named'placcH for holding names shall be.strlcken from such
pntgn. committee are already on record inch election, and the following lists aa hereinafter provided. Said '
to that effect S3 far ha the action of named itiupcctor and clerks to' Registration olUcere shall,, not laterthan Town Lots
\! the counties which have not complied conduct! I (> Ktuim are hereby named June' 20th, A, i>., 1902 deliver j. ICGINLEY & 00.
I. with the State call !la concerned am and appointed by I the. Executive such .regietral.fon books to the A discount of 10 per cent fur .
1 \1 glad to Bar that there is very little'oppo. Committee In wit : i halrman ot this Committee who cash will be granted on all sales of
I'' sition/ now to the Stale call 1'reulntt\n.! 1, polling place(>1 ,, shall call a meeting of this Committee lot for $800 and under ; over $dOO, .. Strictly !F rst.ClassHouseFurnishings .. i
& COONTItiS; COMING INTO LINE. puhllo fvlmol house ; inspector,, on said last mentioned date ,:'5'percent for oashVALLACI \ 1

tj J ... "In'' 'fact, very few, counties In the \V.J.. Oyer,. Ben Parks Morris to revise such lists ; that in case \ < R. MOSES, \ .
Bute have, acted otherwise han to com.JjllAitcc .,..IIOot ; clerk, C W. McVMierson.freclnct any namesare stricken from such ,
/ with the State call,.-and lleori, No. 2, polling place, lists that such names be published ;Agent, irE. R'y Dep't i Draperies Window Shades; .

I re. fficlally: ,, from some counties which .Vhoolhouse ; Inspectors, Harry for at least one insertion In' some ,
1." ." have Men reported Mil acting contrary. to UuUois William Lamb, E. C. Mil- newspaper In the County, giving AGENCY ; Wall Papers
r 4' toe' State call, that \U y ?re Iti fact < eel clerk; John u. Grant. notice that this Committee shall I ,
g i"K to act in BltH.1 uwi"r with Precinct No. 3, polling place, meet on"July 6th AI D.? 1902to CONTINENTAL Wickers Japanese- '
Jr ;. the! State call. Take my >-ouuty of Nan- Yacht Club house ; inspector*, J reinstate any of such persons so ,
; it sac for Imtance" ,. vihtch has been re' '1". DcUe rry, Joel A.I)<>an and John '.tricken, if in their!' judgment the : and Enamel Goods
1 pot'to,) an refusing to "hile i l by the pate' I n.) lieach ; clerk': J. F, pace, some should be done at which said PLANT COMPANYOf I
(ii call. The lacy is that lliv tfansui Oounlyexecutive L'.clncNo.4". \ polling; Jim meeting all persons so stricken and Freight Prepaid Anywhere In Dade County
coiu'mitlee, Unve called the I'otter'H (tucking' I b ruse ; inspectors, all candidates are hereby invited to "
m .in.accordance with the provU- II. Hi: JMUrrdy, J. W. Porter and attend. !Said Committee Ih ll. at Kittrel1, N. .C. Jefferson Blo kWEST PALM BEACH

primary tone of the State call, and Kill, so\hold It.., George Lynian.clerk; II. JI..' Wllkineou. such meeting make up a list of all % I _1-1T ,f .

wen .. ''aud' the sane la the caaa! In other coun- registered electors as shown by the'aid PLANTS 1 ,
l .. ,, blcb have been otherwise: reported Precinct No. 6,. polling place. registration .llsta and by the 8TKAWHKUUY J _____.________.
& l'' i ...uda&io those counties In which a nortli end of railroad deputy; in reglstratl books of the County 41abball'o, Tomato aiul Celery Plant

r I ." .jHrlnnoe from the Stale. call was orlgi speotors.K!. ; Pcderson H. G. Tusker, or In case such books cannot y CABNATION PINKS CRAYONS. WATER COLORS.
I inallv made, 1 crn say bat I am officially and L. G. Lyuran ; cletk W, G. be procured for the purpose of J A Specialty
c Informed from varlounot those>coun ;arle. v making up such list. tbenj.be\ t of Wa handle ROUGH and Flowering' plants for 11 : !
t tie that! the State rail will now be fo1. Precinct No. 6, polling place, registered voters as published prior O. L. 'Taber Olen St. Mary. Fla. 1 RICHARD Lie RESLEA1sPhotogiaph.eti.
e ]taw el. and that.the action of the county Hardy's .atorto. ; inspectors, J. I. to the last general election shall be A dun of your patronage solicited.ftlAIl. .
6 N committees those counties; will, be, lu UiU'dy, Jor\vr: Pearce and\ C. E. used, .a copy of which list shall be ORI)KRS PROMPTLY FfLLBD
they from the State call, IFallu; ; clerk,:Z. Covemler. fui nished the Inspectors each precinct Address PRANK fOI'K, I .
.. f' t safer reconxi us lend,vary end that compliance with Precinct No.7. polling place, : In the County.; No, person ,-et-tf P, O.Box ,<<.Went Palm Busch Pis $
i_ the State call will be provided for Slranahan'ii hall ; inopcctors, It. A, except) those shown on anch_.Jists CLEMATIS AVENUE

.) -. Take. Vuluila county, for instance, I ampcully Bryan, K. C. Goodwin and W... L.fracknelly shall he entitled to vote" at or par- e AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAC. Opposite Masonic Temple., $
.. ..
% by their campaign clerk. \,'. 'C. Valentine.Prec1nct.No. t'ofpate In such primary electionIn .

d v Committee:: informed,.that Volusia county's primary 8, polling place R. cage! any of the above named .'(G. von SCBOELERWatchmaker'r E West Palm!> Beach, Fla. Ja. J
-i, will be' held in compliance with the K. )1 cDonril n.. Slate call, std Mr. J. A. McDonald, John A. Harp, A..Sloane and Johll any reason are unable to act as E .". ------_.-, -- -.----_.
Yt who was in the city thia week gave as. W. Wofford ; clerk C. P. Unit. Registration ofilcer'e, then the Cam. ,
,i surnncea. that be 'wall now use his Precinct JSo. 9., polling place, patgn Committee Is hereby authorized and Jeweler.
Influence to have the Dade A. (TALE C. C. CUTTRELLMANCONIAIOAT
turnout P.
Moif at's old store!' ; Inspectors, to
committee hold the primary .to appoint a proper person *
in c..unty that county in accordance with W. Merrilt Paul: Matthxns and IIll! such vacancy.All ARTISTIC II:

:r, the State ,call." '. ._ Raymond Burr ; clerk ,K.I!: K. lof.f candidates for county ottlcea! ENgRAVER on WORKS

--a-- t.precinct -- .... -- shall make application, setting ivnnn nr METAI co f CU11KIttLL JI .
Cattle Shipments. No. 1O, polling place, forth the office forwlakh;' they v. v. ADAgei.
A dispatch to the'New Orleans Times- city hall ; inspectors, Dali Cob. desire to run, t>y noon on the 24th PARLOR Shipwright Caulker and Spar Maker.
D mocr't from Fort Worth,Tees, says:: grove, F. W. Hahn and O. R. Nich day of June, A. D., 1002, to the InZAPH BLOCK. I -
"Oie of the moat comprehensive deals olson : clerk. J. B Keilly. Chairman of this. Committee and MARINE RAILWAYS
a ht i.' in cattle and one which will have the rrecinct No., 11, polling place, each appUqunt, In order to have Next door South SEMINOLE of HOTEL I j

d'' ,' mod fur-reaching: tff..ct upon the future old post moe building ; inspectors, his name printed on the ballot to S Entrance, and Boat Shops.
west side of Lake
cattle Industry in Texas: had its lllnson Andrew HarJieaudW. said shall ,
of the Job'a J. be, used t at primary accompany WEST PALM,BEACH, FLA. _
bill! itlve in the shipment of 650 head ofTexas ., D. Albury ; cleric, i. L his application with the at MANGONIA.

t cattle from Fciisacota, Fla The Young following fees : Experienced l workman. Cleaning l.letf.nYYi.TmvVfn.nrn.Yve andUetiittrlne E [estimates .furnished on New or Old Work. '
'' 55 sbliiiHuul! was made by Maude &; Car, Precinct No. 1?, polling place Representative, $25. kllltully done. Vessels hauled. out and taken care qf for the Summer.
row, Bud la. Intended as the first of many 'Drown ft: Mo dy'a -warehouse ; In. County surveyor $5. -
t thousands. ; to be used in restocking the epectorl ,-I'l'. Stephens, John J. Tax Assessor, $60. teAll Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.
depleted veldts in SoutU.Africa. Ktraubauser! and W. A. Cooper Tax Collector, $60. SEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY 11-1-0:1:

t Walter de S. Maude was at one time clerk, William Anderson.' County Treasurer, $50., Brelsford Bros !
r a member of the Slsly.Seveotb'nlgb. All ballots\ shall be in accord County Commissions., each, $5.
t landers, and later the owner of the ance ;with the provisions >of ,the Members of the School Board Real Estate and Insurance, ic oetonopiotiononow.ottoptononottott osrorcor '
Moon ranch Iii the Texas'pauhandle. !State Election Law, and shall be each, $5. 4
.lie was lienteuuut in a British regiment printed and distributed under the Justice of the Peace, $1. PALM BEACH FLA. I Truscott Boat M'i'g\ Co.,
la the Boer war, and at present holds a" direction of Democratic J Executive Constable, $1.Thejampaign.
'. major's; commission la the British army. Committee of this county. Committee shall Notary Public. Cottages to Rent CONSTRUCTORS pF O
Dick.Csrrow the other member of the ofllclal
firm, is Owuer pi the Windhorst ranch 1 shall''Three hold Inspectors the election!' and In one each Clerk district ballot*to be used ,at such' primaryIn S.1-1OOl Poetofflt Pnlnalanik Bnlldtnir,Hotal.North ol | High Grade Pleasure Craft 1

+ t. In Clay_COIIUt,.. It Is understood that: and shall serve for 'both accordance with the general W
these two men have a contract to supp.y each election law and with the Call of o Vapor .Marine Motors o
and primaries
State; county
.with young : Com Monroe Dorsey'sSlayiDt-Parlor-
Ji the British government the Democratic" Executive :
,of wtlom"aballsubscribe lu. writingto It J. D. C. MORRIS, Agent, oo
cattle' In' !South Africa;; The
breeding : of ; mlttee. ,... o
aa oath that they Banyan. Rt.. near ou
t shipment from Pensacola consisted of them will faithfully perform the At the close of the poll the Cooiiur'n'OldStaad| West Palm. Beech, Florida,
A''" boll and heifer, high grades and pureblood clerkin clerk shall canvass and It
three duties\ of spelt Inspectors and inspectors and BEST SERVICE o ooo ooo_ _oooo o.oo ooo o ooooooo jrBilRTONE..OOE
*, none of which were over the holding of inch primary in the votes;make correct returns, PROMPT ATTENTION .
; years .,,old.bey .were purchased;, at accordance with the primary .and and give one copy to the Executive R.H.!! .
various points In small lots, so'-as to State Committeecan of the precinct
election law of the
general _
FI. 'avoid.suspicion, and were shipped from and with such Instructions aa may the" other copy shall ,be. locked up .W. ARTSON, '
PeusucoU: fur the same reason the Boer be furnished them Vy this commit lathe box, together with the poll CO.
it war not being over at the'lime the vessel tee. list, ballots, tally sheets and all TAILORINC- _

was chartered. other and books used at
Should this Initial. shipment turn out On'yjhosu shall he permitted to papers and to one of All Its Branches Gravel Concrete
1 of Maude &; Carrow become candidates before or to -such primary given Roofing Asphalt Paving
well\ It (a lhe.purPM' : the man; the Inspectors who shall deliver the .
to follow It with others aggregat vote at or participate same to the' Chairman'of the Dent --
'- Ink I 10,000 bead. The point of 'debark. gem nt"ot the said primary adherence to ooratlo Executive: Committee of PRESSING CLEANING, This Company, after doing considerable work for .
,. alion will be Natal and the point of 'who declare ot this county at the court house in McDonald, McGuire Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson)

shpm! u ,(a ,A\\lt\ 1 country will be Oil the the'principle Detnoorfttld* and party organization\State and, Miami JQprida, on the 17th day DYEING AND REPAIRINGShop Mayor Whllklin, Dr. llunyun\ "VV. P. Hatchett, Anthony

veston Uae of steamers will.. be put, county who are by the laws of the of July, A. D., 1002, and August on Olive St. West Palm Beach Brothers and others, will go away for the present but will\ be ,'
A regular said Committeeman -
tnoteuient is expected to State lawful el l ctor' -of the election 14tb, A. D.1902 ; back to complete contracts for work here and Miami (in'
on, t'l shall the returns to
f continue until.SO.OCKJ have been sent tog district have in which .they their olfer poll to the court ''bouse on the same day D.'M..GEAURIDEAU.PALMS AUGUST.: Anyone deelrlng work" of this kind would do well 1.,
who paid
South''Africa. rote for 1900 and 1901 ten days at which time the entire Demo SHAVING PARLOR. 'to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY either Jacksonville\

r '\,' I'' By virtue the of British the regnlatlona government establlshed the> prior taxes .toJuly 16th, -A. u. lt'02.fTGoB $' crallu Excaut.hre'Commlttee of.and the First-elsa.. Tuniorla work bj the or Tampa. Our prices are reasonably, and all our work is
by shall ,canvass declare- Old' lUlli'.lo."
of age since county guaranteed.
nuole sblpmeatf'ont Peniacola ''was ( having .coma 55 I certify the results, as :required by SHOP VMDBR .HOTEL: PALMS: Work Solicited
the year-1000 and all over yean :: Coast
before -em.batkailan. "| Fast ,
'It'; inoculated for tuberculosis: snob law and the'Call of!the Demooratlv j 1 vase Pdw Beach rta
'f' of t"g e exosptedi provided

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: :, 'it": I, MIAMI BUREAU ROUND ABOUT MIAMILinks COCOANUT. CROVB, GLEANINGS.Your'edk'respondeent ;-' COUNTY FATHERS. M. lirown, Pruaidune'! : *, .r
a' i.MuC'orinlck' I Vtcl>rm Bank of'Bay kouund. Vlfw-Praddont 1'
-011''J. i- Biscap- U flurry,
!: tns been asked by ...1.1Proceedings '. [I. OartlwlOe, OuHlilur "r.

Ej 'S. 'd\\ THE TROPICAL SUN of Local News Picked up a great pian'y Cocoanut -Grove' residentsto of the Last Regular "

t r Here' and There. request the'merch at. of Miami\ (and Capital. $50,000; ter
I Meetings ;r 1 1v.1
." ,h? Office in Anthony Block Twelfth Street near elsewhere}'' not to deface tbe county: '

'\ } Avenue C. roads with their business signs. Everyone JMI: '1: .. :Ef' bRIDA A
Brief Mention of Current Events Gatheredby Board Altered the Boundaries of ElactlonDlitrloti. /
is Allwbrcriptlonaadvertleenrentundorder, *for here knows where to go for what he ,
I i job work! .lloalhol.. fort Lauderdale received lit THB SUN'S Ublqultou..aepo..terl other Business fransaeUd '
:!..: this office. wishes ia Miami. .If not,"j the papers
II During the Week. will give the formation! and such signs at the Juns Sasslon. ..

r. I,, a' ,, MIAMI KLOUIDA.1JUNK" 18, //1909: as are nailed to the pine trees do not in 1oantlfnllunatlonforbntolorrxdI} :DHMiuin; lit' inprovxl. bUll''lii';'n*''' "
o KNOX HATS-stsudard of he worldat any way increase) the business' those MIAMI, Fla., A durme la Mtmna: treuting ou Bay too property In illnuiU 'Will pay DOper '"

1 ., t In this fdsue of The Tropical;Sun ANTHONYS BROS. a_ putting them up and'they are certainly June: 3, 19011. / nut rout\ ,..fill A'11thrlsentraet tee Thin Is.4 promirtr i>n A TO-It c.-nt.> on Invmtment. CUll bo ir'L, '
I The Board of County Commissionersmet near the lioyDil I'ulm' pout l, 140 foot had uo a- bnrgala 1 U sold In the
; appears the announcement of the retirement Best business lots in Miami, cheap not attractive either in looks or Information. from Hole! rare liurfcatn, atIMKHI.OO. .
Present nail" thirty
this day in regular session. 4a.1.
/$ for Count Townely Brat, Anthony Block. .
from the race I : .
: George Ay. Lainbart, chairman; S. A. '
.Si; mi Treasurer of Mr. J. E. Lunimus. The i iif EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES $&oo and$7.oofinest Miss Powers and Miss Anna Powers, Belcher1', John Sewell, F. 'C. Alcher, R. o00.o.ooTOWNLEY r

t r motives which actuate Mr. Lunamus made--ANTHONY'S sisters Mrs. John J. Haden, arrived 8. McDo l.ldJobn Frohock. Sheriff,

e'' iu withdrawing are certainly worthy Miss Ethel;: Clarency has been spend Saturday, and will spend Jhe summer and B. C. Dearborn, Clerk. 7ra4

I ;,. '. of commendation, and It is expected ing a week with friends lujjuplter.$ with Captain and Mrs; Haden. Mlsa) The minutes of the last meeting were BROTHERSKEAI. 'ail

r hid will assist In harmonizing Large and small tracts of land for Anna was here for a short time two,summers read and approved.
move .
I .
i'' fruits and vegetable Bros. ago and, will receive a most hearty fol. 'c.
the present political situation II' Townley Reports were received fron".,the ESTATE AGENTS
E-[ Anthony Block. welcome from those who-.tbelt bad the lowing Justices of the Peace: showing ..
Bade County. .. "
pleasure of meeting her. forfeitures and costs for the month ,,' : '
Miss Bertha and Master Frank Alger fines ,: r; ; MIAMI FLORIDA, .,,
entertained number their friends Commodore Ralph Monroe and wife ending :May Jtgoa! .
"' To-morrow morning the l'ountJ a at Jist .,'> i. i ;...,. ',. ,
.: a lunch party Tuesday after'aoou. and daughter left on Monday for a three S. D. Mitchell. District No. :tt A.'A. ., \

s"t' ,' Democratic Executive Committee Bargains in improved and unimproved months' visit in the North. Miss Josephine Boggs, District No. It; W. L. Farrey, ., AOOOOoBargeln 'C, )

will again meet In session here The < city: property. Townlev Bros. Anthony Wirth accompanied them.f:, District No.) 4; and A. Hi Heyscr, County .*. In Orange Orove In the .!

'. Sun correitpoQtlcnt understands that Block. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peacock loavE on Judge. ) vicinity or AI 1111,1. :Mm> .....-.... In
action will be taken that will hav for New York The joint of the County Judge I trutH Five pares In hearing Krnve t
l Friday 'Their daughter, report ; 4 -4 yearn. 0''''. Smell eort.et. Will. \IG"'
Rapid 1 ia made the
'- the result of[ harmonizing the political progress being Eunice' will\ remain, with their'grand and Tax Collector was filed,, showing .. nny HO pr ....nt. "n-\"t"t.( ,, .xT..
handsome double frame residence being Bargntn at Four Thousand Dol- 1
differences tbat heretofore have parents, Miss Flora MacFarlnin,1; founder amount collected for licenses during h...... '
built for W. W. Dill on Avenue B, .
been a feature of the present can. of the Housekeepers' Club), and the the month ending May 3
,S' paign. All true Democrats will joie The early closing movement goes Into first woman to homestead land here, the"State, $ 8.42 and for the county Why nay rent,Irhtn yn'i' can bnyWff hnve desirable business prop4The ,
.i I" effect in Miami commencing next Mon. from 4uwnluy Dn.. Mlamt nice ,
in the that this result Lr will also be here for the Bummer. .V; '14-23. arty In atfunbnnpnvudmtunlm-
w may h-m to
cottogea 110U.IO $14510,00
i' prayer
day. The hour has been set for oqeaeyterm. .
r ,fii' accomplished. lip. m. closing Mr. A. L. Halgh, Vice-Commodore of report by the Tax Collector was : ., provod,rO..ardlloD.Qta! t..rn"f _
collected during ;.
> the Biscayne Yacht Club, left on Monday filed showing amouuts : v
{ f v.'<. Mr. James W. Smith, local agent of the month ending May 31St, 1902, for
I ,** It Is safe to say that no town ii. for Cat Key, Bahamas in the, yacht
J\I\ > the Germanla Life Insurance Co., hAt Culb. the State, $458.61 aud for tbe county, .
Yt3 is much talked of at tl) '
Florida BO
{rs.\ been (in West Palm Bench this week'on $"37-37. Total $rl 9s 98.
I present time aa Miami. The appropriation a business trip. A great many Cocoanut Grovcrj hate The monthly report of the County .
i i iI Bu north for the and i Surprise Store Bargain Sale
I for deepening Biscayne ; gone summer more are
::5 Splendid! progress has been made thit Treasurer of finea and forfeitures for I
going and the "Duke of Dade" anda
'not tin. yet
t ) < has caused the of only
\ eyes week on the Dade county jail the wallsof the month ending May 31st. 1902, wasi
":',' : people of Florida but of the Soulben. which are now above the second lot more of us are lett. ,, filed,aud also a report of tax certificates -FOR-

l''I, "statestoturnlnourdirectionrecopa : story window. Mr. Manning Burbank of Orang I redeemed or purchased. during the same .. .

;, nizing that this city Is destined t. Presiding Elder;: Luther S. Rader, ol Glade, lunched with Mrs. A. A, Bogg5 I time I ,

on Sunday and attended a social gather. Certificates No. and ,, Igned by Monday 26th
\ become probably the greatest; set the Northern Methodist Church confer j 7 May
( .
poet: : in the south. All honor to tin. ence will preach at the First Methodist log at Mrs. Kirk Monroe's in the afternoon the, County Treasurer,that( Corum,Union er r.. Q.
at which Mr. J. B. Ingrabam and R. E. McDonald bad paid into the county ,
tbir church and
next '
men who have brought about Sunday morning night. '
; I Commodore Ralph Monroe were guest treasury $>70.00 for rock furnished 10 Yards.Scotch Lawn 48 .
result. Mr. W. M. Brown who has been in
J' grand :3t honor.
1 Brevard county, were )led.
10 Yards Calico .
this section for several weeks looking ., .43
fO'r Mr. Walter Davis is going t6 have. The charter heretofore granted JamesT.
Fi ,. Miami\ Is going to lave a FourtJ if ter his business Interests, returned It Unbleached _
10 4-4
Yards Cot.t.on.
; .
r lot more jetty work done at Cape Florida, DuBerry to operate' a 'ferry across ; .69 ,
i iH of July celebration this tbfi his home in Indian River City last
especially to protect the old light tower Lake'Worth between the towns of West 10 Yards 25 cent Colored Lawn r .. $l.i&-
1 records. The fact thai Sunday. ..
will break all .
from Palm
washed and Palm Beach
I being away, and it under Beach was or. .
_ the importance of Miami as apart On Sunday after* next, June' zanrt, stood that Charles John Peacock has the dered extended for the term. of four 1 75 cent Corset \ .58 ,

V has been recognized: by the U. l liS r- Rev. S. T. Thompson will fill the pulpit contract for the work.- years from June 5th, 1902. 2 Fine Un-'ervests-, -.' ,t33:

'.: Government gives additional. caun tt the Northern Methodist church an? Miss Polly\ Richardson returned tc An application was filed by William 1 Child's Straw Hat -. .27 '

ii for rejoicing. As president John I fill preach upon the subject "Perfect'Holiness. Cutler on Monday, after a week's visit tc: 1-1. Girtman for permit to sell liquors,

Ueilly said at the meeting:; of the Cit ." v the Grove. wines and beer in election district No. 1 :Pair. G'.od. (] hose V ', 1., -.9' '

,." Council Tuesday night, "this celebrt You will be sorry if you wait too low: ,The drinking Well at the 'entrance to I id of Dade county, which was ordered 1 Good Bod-gpread ,. -. '' ;.87 '

t tton is no political affair, it Is a fan' The early bird catches the worm and: Mrs. Kirk Monroe's grounds taprovlnp advertised.The I ia Embroideries "
likewise the first comer gets the first loU !bond) of L. L. Dodge, with A. B.Heyser ;:. Bargains Laces, Silks, eto.
; ily affair in which we! are all Inter- a blessing to, the horses ,of. Cocounui i' <
:beap. Townley Bros., real estate deal- Grave and G. B, Rumph as sureties fort .
ested. If we into the work in tl.> and their friends I If the eiprjB '
go .
era: Anthony Block'. lions of perm.lt\ to carry: ,a pistol and Winchester C. L. XIMSNIES'Proprietor.
gratitude from the
right sort of way and put our heart owners, rifle ,. .
Miss was approved.
May Worley left on Saturday for the horses
many using'it, can be takenas -
and spirits into it, we can get: 01| Titusville, to be the guest of her friend _a.token of the same The\ Tax: Collector- filed.a list of errors .

:'r such a celebration as will be the prld Miss Annie Jones, who has been staying and insolvencies. appearing on tbe

of our citizens and the talk of Ut 'n Miami for the pant two weeks anrvho Mr. Charles Perry is the busiest man tax: : roll of 1901, which was approved When ""
In Cocoannt 'Grove wher. I ii,
This is the
everyone Season
Moved and that the bounda
'Ai: entire state. was returning home: 'u9y-wlth ever BO many new hnna.. ordered Fruit is t Scarce

Townley Bros., the well known rest tad windmills- build, to say nothing; precinct rlesofelection be changed district and.no.in 10 future(luiam shall I:I[ .............+ ...................o404.................. -wr
t WILL STAN state agents, have sold for Mrs. Agnes ) .
cisterns to and "
make all promisedby And in offering! this line of Evaporated Fruits .
I R. Pope her home place on Fonrtl be a& follows: Beginning on Biscayn e! .
Street. The O. November. Bay where the southerly line of the city, you get a big,variety of Fancy Goods free from'bug* -
purchasers Messrs.
h For Re-eleatlon to the Democratic Count R. and H. A. Nicholson.are A LITTtB: GIRl'S PARTY of Miami intersects said bay; theucc i; I and' webs. I F

Executive Committee. "Are you going to the party ?1" war along the southeasterly boundary oCaaldcity ; I READ THIS LIST -'
You will\ .. ,
Chairman Filer of the Democrat! find a complete stock of tc- asked many times last week by the little to the southwest corner of said city;, : .

; Executive Committee bas posted a cii bacco at J. H. Hayes' place opposMithe girls fortunate enough in having/ lveer thence along the west line of said clt, Evaporated Apricots 15 centipound : ; ; {:..

',: cular In his home district, Lemon Cit; Biscayne Hotel. Over as brands ol an invitation to Cape View Hall, th It the Miami river; thence follow\ said J Evaporated Peaches, 15 ceuts pound : ".
nicking tobacco alone all : Evaporated Pears, 15 cen's pound '::' i '"
as welt 'ii
beautiful borne of Mrs A. .;:
intention A.
in which be announces his r Bogge.: river to and along Its south fork to the t
4 :,. not abiding by the action taken by thf the leading brands of chewing tobacco. where little Miss Marjorie Bogus[ enter. Everglades;; thence west 'to the west ..'> Evaporated Apples 15 cents pound .

f f- committee last Saturday week in reeled t Miami is justly proud! of her'! up-to. tained her friends on Friday afternoon boundary of Dade county; thence Evaporated Fix( IJ# cents pound i "a ::, ". ; ,1':

lag themselves for another term of tw", late steam laundry It is turning ou' from half-past four to six; "by the sun.' north on said west boundary to j Big line California Prunes, to cts pound ;:
I 1> srst-clasa work at reasonable AH who asked Fancy Laver Figs ao ct. pound ., \
\! Give It trial. It located ent Fancy Fard Date,, lift eta pound : '._ ./I -;.
himself for re-eleciiou at the cotmnjprmianea. a at the cor but there was such a crowd of merry' .
I -
i 1 .; ;. ner of Avenue D and Fourteenth street little girls in dainty white dresses ,will, ton&ln..d'on) Pavv. 8. I : Good Sun Dried Apples io cts Ib .. .. ..-. ,/./II,)! ."
39" pounds good Roasted Coffee, |(.00 '" ",:"' +l-
i Mr. Filer's circular reads as follows: pink andblue_ ribbons that it was hare ; wr!
K1.t..' Lemon City Fla., June 8, 1go2.i Any one fin need of the very best to believe that alt Cocoanut Grove bar It. ANNO. : 35 pounds heat Flour, |i.oo ._ J,;f i''''; J;: 1 I

i i" To the. Democratic voters of diatrlcNo. juality of'job printing would do well tc not done honor to the charming Hltlv\ : 17 pounds Granulated, Sugar, $1.00 .. ".yfi? J ,, ,

..,, 9: !all at the office of the Miami Bureau of hostess,and while the little ones enjoyed ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. t- 5 Gallons Oil, 85 cents i +- '"r'' ,

.": The Democratic Executive Commute The Tropical Sun. 'We have i fine lin tbe swings and, playthings provided for Otace- .-Front Room. Ilatohctt Building.- Ave D, 3 cans Milk, 15 cents Tr; ::;".5:'to oi.'; ,

I } of Dade county at its meeting on th of samples, and will\ guarantee satisfaction their amusement, their mammas and Miami Florida. 4-rai.geROBEIJ'h __ 16 pound goad Rice, $t.oo ... ,0 (. ,

t q, 31st of May voted itself into power fo and prompt delivery.It friends who had accompanied them: .+.+......+++....N....+....$4+......N...*.+*... .+ ,-'J' :';,:sae .

the next two years. This is not in accord is learned<
: with my ideas on the question has bought the valuable Bay front Delicious ice cream and Cake LEFFLERuuui .. ,. r
.b This ia therefore to notify the voters o property 'lust south of Capt. Filer'; served to the little girls on the lawn Twelfth St.. Between P, O. and III FLORIDA .>.!:
this precinct that there will\ be a.-bo place. The property has been par and never did little girls have a better Office in Postoffice Block .

1 t t provided, and all persons qualified t. biased for himself and a friend ant* time remembered while the gathering will be long MIAMI FLORIDA .. "t .
by the older folk. I
t vote at coming/ primary will be allowei many improvements will\ be made on. ir was a little girls' party,bonny little three-As 11 '" 3-I4-tf OOOTITTEB Merchant 'I}:" ,, '

to cast one vote for their choice as member this summer. year-old Ellison.Boggs-the only boy '- & IORLEY '- '

;. of the executive committee. Th. A new business office has been openedin present-decided that for the afternoon H.F.. ATKINSON. Tailors .- ., '!;'."
ae would be a girl aud therefore .. .. ':
person receiving the highest number o town by Mr. Ed Rumph who forsome on being called "Mary"Ratabllah.d insisted\ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "Tht Only Talloreje Miami Who Haht'Up their own Bood .. ',;; ...:
.w.wS votes will be recommended for appoint- time was teller at the Bank of Bay .
NOTARY PUBLIC Our work 1 I. firstclass < :
our prices are reasonable. Also for Wanamaker
.i the executive cotntnitteeman l o agents
meat as Biscayne. Mr. Rumph has into
I gone MIAMI PXA. & Brown'asnperh merchant tailoring. Come in and
.la 1(76 see'our sample., and we'llsell \ .
,* .t. from this district. Respectfully, the insurance and wholesale brokerage 1"'PO'.fedl.I9"paplta.l 11-le-lt you the goods. We can either make you a suit or order you one from out of ..:"
j W. AFILELw business, and his office i b Stock glOOOOO.OO. town, just aa cheap as any one else and will\ euaraote.tbe fit and ",ualitl. ;
I'.. y A'. \
located in the real estate agency of E.A. GEO.
w>r .< Shipbuilding/ Combines. Waddell. Somas Brothers .Company TTORNEY.Ar-LAw. Clothing Cleaned pressed, Scoured" and Repaired r

fl\.' A New York despatch sent out Wednesday Next Sunday morning at the Mett: flTTSBURO. PENN'A. praetlc In State and Federal Court BRONOWITTER & WORLEY : .

1\ says: "Detail! concerning the oust Church South Children Day will Cammissfon All business. cntruHtad will receive prompt at. .

,if: :" { proposed combination of shipbuilding interests be observed. A special program has Merchants \On\loo.Office, Brown Building, Art. D and tale MIAMI, FLORIDA ; .

were made public today, Tb. been prepared and all Wholesale Strove.MIAMI. .
are cordially invited Produce .
t. will be !known as tht -
combine probably to attend this service. At tbe Lumber :

United States Ship Corporation and evening service Rev. C. W. White will and Invite consignments from Dade County Biscayne Lumber'' ,aml Supply Co. Shingles
I will\ be incorporated in New Jersey. Southern Florida ol' Fruits, VeJ(*-, .
.it preach on "Love, Marriage and Di. tables and Produce, S., H. RICHMOND, Agent Lath
will\ be about$> promising prompt
f < 5
The capitalization vorce." .sales at highest Pittsburg prices and BRICK, CEMENT; LIME, PLASTER !and HAIR; Sole AgeoU for Warnell Crates
000,000, divided equally in common andS The Miami Steam"J Laundry I D1medlateretllrns.. Penile Grant Land Company. Treasurer
Is now MIAMI FU h:% J J. A. UONRAD
,'< uy preferred stock, and it Is likely\ thatrt' W. refer to thU puper leadln 't>.de County ,..f augs'I ,
; first-class ",
turning out
work. hlppcr '
.Mr. ,4
,Mur- pittiburK Bank REAL ESTATE. .
other '
t"" bonds in two classes, amounting ft000,000 9.) .na r rellnbl sources of well..known :i.,
R Aultman at Sewell Information '
Bros' to
ry store ha our
financial .4-301 CUTLER. FLORIDA "
} will\ be issued. The Trust alamllnaand bunlneu' method. '
1 tA''s the Weat Palm Beach All work FRKNK ,< ,
n i '' Company of the Republic of this citytjj' : apency. W. STHNTON S CO. .: ,
left with him will\ receive ,
prompt at
the combine and act as Pianos -
!.l: will finance : Organs .
teatlon. Satisfaction
guaranteed. If Sewing
,,1 >. tranafer agents. Alexander & Green OUR SPECIALTY .
J counsel. Mr. P. C. Brown of Cutler, has decided sell direct a.
will be the general from the Factory
stated that the following ccm. to offer himself a candidate for rite Celebrated' Schubert Piano '
:. It with Mandolin Attachment, East Coast
panies and firms have been invited to county commissioner in the Fifth dlsrlct The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos, Fancy Pines(

combination:,. Mr. Brown who is a well known The Klngsbuty; Pianos tbe Wellington Pianos _
enter the Work of San Francisco member of the firm of Brown & Moody, Tbe Chicago Cottage: Organ in twenty-nine sty lea. 14 .Vine Street, .Philadelphia .
Aa Union Iron At the
Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal T 1'UI'.'
"' ,. Bath, Maine; Hyde Is one of the most substantial men in Furnished ,
Bath Iron Works Catalogues aud Prices on Application. .
I Maine Crescent Dade county, and being one of tbe first Growers' of Florida Oranges and !
y. Bath, ; Old jlrnmjatj GrapoFruit'i
Windlasj Company Taken In .. ,
ElUabethport N. J.; settlers in this section, is familiar with Exchangs Tl. Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine '- \ Y

y' I: r Shipyard, Blizabethport! county needs and the requirements of NMdleaTand Attachments; : for aU kind of BWlnii' MMblnea. Mall Orders will receive GROVES LOCATED .
Samuel L. Moore Sons, ; prompt Attention.COB. ,
'' f' 4.1 and Hsrland Hollingsworth\ Company! he people. He will undoubtedly revive ATE. D, AND 11th aVT... T tiles & Stanton; Terra Cela, Pi.. Armstrong & Stanton, Palmetto, Fla

Wil slngton..Del, I I a magnificent support, JS-tf MIAMI, .UBIDA W. JSRIOKSON Knox St Starttod, Limonla, Fla.
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+) 1JiA.vls.a: SOW: .WEST PALM 5EAOH: FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1'*, 1902 e -
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For Railroad Commissioner

--,..- V.r..ion.. AiopUn Sr *_ So Beee.. "' 1'81' EAST COAST or FLORIDA .

\.Ih\.d from Page 4.lions' ,; R ove.f.lI. ID....*. is PARADISE REGAINED" &atI

\ The inaffer of greatest importance In II ...... .1'
19 .n'd 30 of; township 53 west of To The Democratic, Voters of Florida : road maintenance Is constant.attention, I i' Iway

range,44 east; tbetioe due east to the 'tv 1' .tIn says Maurice O. Bldrldge, assistant director fLORIDA, ;
center of Biscayne Bay; thence follow announcing my candidacy In the next Democratic Primary; for the office of \public! roads Inquiries. It would RAILWAY.

the .center of said bay to ,a point due Railroad Commissioner, 1 deem. I ItJ.proper to state explicitly the policy ,which't, shall. therefore .''e1U wise tor uu to adopt a

,;? ,east of the, point of commencement; pursue.',! If t shall be erected:' 1 / modllled form of Ibo system which has LOCAL TIME CARD No. In Effect April 15 1902.

l thence run,west to the point of begin I am not an enemy" of the railroads of Florida 1 recognize In them Importantand been so successful In England Prance 401 ,

' ning. The voting place of such dlatric\ essential;! agencies( In building up. the prosperity of the great State of which J am and other European couittrles and SOUTHBOUND-HCAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND,, ,-REAP IIP.
to, be at Mitimi.Also proud! to be a citizen But I recognize( a decided difference between the railroads, which boa been recently Introduced into No. aD No. a5 No.7.- I'No. 82 '

moved and ordered that '''tbe as agencies( of civilization and the acts and, policies of many of the men who,control tlio state'ot Ve..woJJot-tbat is, of dividing DAily Dally MAIN LINE, L.11y !Jail) ,

1 boundaries of election district No. It them, who have shqwn' narrow and grasping eplritIn their dealings, and who have, the roads into cortnla lengths
and allotting each length to a* section BOO l' Lv....... ..... .... Jacksonville .......... ....Ar 'I 00 8 M a7p
(Cocoanut: Grove precinct) be changed by burdening the business of, the State with unreasonable .and ) rates, unquestionably men caretaker or fanner. Every one 1 !Qy40a Lv.. ......... ,..9o. Jmkwmvllle... .......?. ..Lv 2 )j 847 a .
retarded growth prosperity and population in of the best sections J &11& ......... ....... .. BE Anot"'III......... ......... .. I' r46 ati' 1
Jn many ,
mud in future shall be. as follows; De- : \ Is familiar with thlw system us appliedto ,; dplt 2J. .. .. ....... tlsntltlge. .............. '....,... I 4it ,I' 7 lOa ,
KloniuN' at the southeasterly of of the State. railway maintenance and it is a E3 II p It 4 & ..::::..:::...::.... Ewu "..'..Ika...... .....:..... ... I '- .e. ,
comer '' I ... ....." ........................ 4 0 O jIa ill.
the city of Miami, run westerly along It Is not disputed by any,responsible authority that. railroad, borrowing from State the \ to and! operate public highways takes the general results from eta ... .,. ..:.................... tOdl' 0"\. Iii
does the right application I .
public, own
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f .,, n the southerly boundary of the city of l oop..O..d.:::...::::..::: :::. ............ .. .......... UI' 5Ai.
Miami the southwest corner of said upon Itself special obligations to the State.to.conduct Its business In such a Way 'a'a era "that much !better roods are secured t: 8801' 1 l ep......... .. ........... *'s............. .. "........ I 8.1.' Br7 ', an
to at less and the tax rate as. I' 30eP.. ................. .... rta't npe.. .......... .......... 01" 1118..
= thence the line of said to promote the public welfare expense 'OOp .Op . Npw "n .rn... ..... .. .011'118., :I
west I
t city: along efficient essential to the welfare and for highways bus been reduced each ....... .......... ..... .... .O.k I II I .................:...... 8 I' [
'1 city to the Miami river; thence follow Cheap and transportation is an public year as the roads grow better and ni' &I! ....... 1.71'/ ..... ..... ............ .1'1111.1' Ile?. .. .. ............ .... 08 j" -...::,. tn.f'1

', said river to and along Us south fork totheJvergtodes the,publia is justified in demanding, not as a. favor but as indefeasible' right, that we learn to. maintain them free from p ::::.;:: C :::::.::.::::::::::::.Roukl:::: ,::'I .::.:::::::::::::::::::: ::51: ::::::: Po s

thence, to tbe western I the railroads shall furnish transportation for freight and passengers as good in qual- damage cast"Our I .. ..... 151 p .............. .. ..... .Rau jj do., ................ ....... : 401.. ..... a p' r
; .It Is consistent with the protection of the rightsof g ....... t 051' .............,........:.k .. >out"......................... 13 U I' :..... ,o
boundary of Dade county; thence south ity and as cheap In price as possible, meet Important country roads I.: ....... i 451. .... ......... ........ ..b..ItJ.D................... .... IlbO.. ,
h the owners of the property thus used In the public service. could be divided Into. sections beats A ....... IIU1' ............. ....... .. lot I uPle .. .:...................u .. ...r rl
It along the west boundary of said,counts ? or .......11.01' ........ .......... ... .Portl'leice.' .......................1I Otu.n.:... q
to a point/ where tbe line between sections The railroad business is monopolistic In its very esse.nce. for the Individual varying In length from ono to fivei ....... 115ap...................... Whit, gity. ...... ................10.8.. ... ,
j jo
....... G 05 P ... ... ... .... Tllth& ... .. 10 Ua. F '
8 .fid 17 township 55 range 4> who Uses it has generally no choice but to accept the service tendered at the price I U ..;':'... ........:....:::::... ... ..Edea...:::..::......::...:.::.. 1OY8n..a...:.. Ie.o'is
which the carrier sees fit to ask, or else to go out of"business. Railroad managers ....... 'r'p: ..... ...... ........... ............... .... ... ............ : .... ..
east produced west would intersect ..ddWt'st I i ..... .. ........ ..... .......... $tu&r. ... .. ................. .1o2ta..o .... .
of said .thence are but human and it Is natural that they too often abuse the tremendous power ....... e8' p ....... ..... ..........Hope lIoun4.:..................... 0 4&a .. K g, ,
t boundary county; ... ... 01p .................. 820 ....;: c' >
east to the center of Biscayne Bay thence thus placed in their'hands to extort; in the well knowrr phrase of a great railroad PI. ...:... 7401 ............. .....:: ..... !"! .. l
....... 00 ............. .......
, "all that the traffic will bear which means leaving to the individual I' .. .......
1 to. a point due east of the point.of beginning magnate : ; producer ....... 0' p ........... Weeol'aliaDeao..9. u .. ..... tI
bare living, and taking for themselves the lion's share of the profit of the : .:....... ::: .:.::. .. ..533
; such election district also to include a situation Railroad ::::::: /47p : ::::::::::::::::: ::::: : :: ::::::::: ::::::::::: : : ::::::: p
this that Commissions'
Islands in Dade industry of the community. It was to meet -
,all keys or county BUFFET PARLOR OARS TRAIN 113 AND 78.
south of Morris( Cut. :The Voting place have been established.The i fN
? Raid people of Florida have had the services of a Railroad Commission for
of district No. 11 to be at Cocoa BRANCH LINES SOHEDULES. .,
\\1, ro e.'tt" nearly five years. I would not belittle what has already been accomplished but we ,

; :.t. Cotu'r Laluhart was elected to represent ill; \ know that many of the worst evils remain untouched. P.4LATKA. AND EAST PAL.A.TX.A.

Association Today the producers of Florida are paying rates dieproportioned totHa! services a
the Board at the State
No, 67 No. 06 No. 68 No, eels.. 47 8418o. ,I;
rendered by the railroads s No. 46 No. 4018o. 6o No. 55 y
Commissioners to be held at BTATI0 L
::: of County Dally Lslly D+lly Lsily Lally '
... toll Dally Dully Lally Dally Daily
Today the lion's share of the product of our goes Into tha coffers of these
Ocala Fla., June I7th 1902. Pl3p 4 p 1118-r Wo v..t ..,,.,, .
1"'Pje f following bills were audited, p'Woved /raat corporations. '" ho ,. Sloe Ar.Es.tPslatksrLv COOal7o5a11413s 000p 7Dip ,

'. 'ncj- ordered paid out Of the Today our produce must compete In the markets with the produce of other DdAYPORT RANCB,

I 'tJoReueral} funds! sections which enjoy through the action; of their Railroad Commissioners, or through _

1 It Sh H M. Klntf f Jury blank ... .'. .."... t a BO the more enlightened spirit of the managers of their railroads rates much lower than (Showing toolhouua ROAD Iff for PD road NCB.man In for. tie.Dally 1O No. 17 No. 6 STST11 ti No. e' No. 18 No. 20 +

A I" u"..... onurt! bailiff..... . .. ... 83: BO curs round..] Daily Dully Daily Datly Dally
... p eY a v...... .. .,, aukeunrll ........ ... ..
D t' Bryan night. .watch at loll.. 40 BO08T Our Commission has performed great service In collecting claims and In like p e. .Ar 818.
mile, according to the importance ot alp 1IIp 9elaLv... .:::::. ?BouthJeekwnvtlle,. .. .... Lv 817, 217j 021p
Juhw Frohouk sheriff circuit. matters but these things could have been done, at the coat of some money and 1Op 800p10 Oba Lv. ,,.,,., .,... ., pebin llenel.,....,.,, ,:,?.Lv'1 45 a Ii 4. a
''coo.k.; ..... .......?... ..:.., 40 the road and the condition of Its aurface. 515p 805p1010aLv...... ..... .. .,.,.AtlantlnBosch, ... ..,.. .Lv 740aIi1'a I4ip
w P W Mornn; salary .....Jailer and inconvenience to the individual;through the courts. But we have not gotten the A good road man who lives on j j O R !0 YAr? ,,, ,,,,,May rt, ,...,,. ,, .Lv 7 Y5 a l1 Ye e 6 80 1

7 'courtlialllff ..<...., ..,,,.... TO 00AO relief we had a right to expect In the exercise of the greatest prerogative of .the tbe section or beat should be placed th BAN MATED RANCB.N. .
j E O. Dearborn clerk salary and Commission--the power to make' rates-a power lodged In no other body. They charge and It should be his duty to devote

t .nndrlra. ", ....... ........ ..,,,.>... OC1 Lave given us freely relief which we could otherwise have secured, but the CON a few hours each week to tbe fill. .. 67 Ne. 45 aTATIO Nb. 48 No, 68 .3
f) i A a IXH.1'foI" p..per/: 8 OlB l, of small holes and to Daily D.IIy a
i fROLLlNG forces of the present Commission have too often shrunk from theexer- toy ruts or pro- Dully Dolly r
JJJ r 1F W 'W 01:"Croft.; .011 Jail co..tr..r ,.. 1000 Qj.It cise of the higher and more important function of REGULATING .RATES; : water. If the road la a very Important / IS p 0 eb alAr. .....: ...., ',. ,.8611 M. .?... ......... .., ........?. a 1s. a t t0 p ,
'Drunker *: Co. am'l .5 oc to the people of Florida
pnapui L make these plainjpropositlons ;:
1 ".J W Waticon, hardware,,.....,..,......,, 7"Sf! have to demand lower freight and rates one and If tbe funds will per'mat BANFORD BRANCH ORANG>4 CITY BRANOB,
First-That right over
we a passenger
should all
suck a caretaker by
Edwin. Nelson burial ol pauper...,. 84 (0 II.< "
C t) Leffler, broom and gold duet?.. 141( ne GREAT TRUNK LINES AND SYSTEMS which operate In our State thoughwe means be employed tbe year round. D.U Br.TOOIr riNo.12 DN.8 iii. BraTloNe. No.2 No.4 '

t Hwl' Crow Pharmacy ilrnRfl lor .must recognize that some of the smaller railroads are. not In. position to make There ia always plenty of work to do .. Dally Drily r .
06. .,,, ,., ..., ..
v ba 11 ? poor lltrm............... ........... IV I 88i mob reductions. In keeping roads clean free from: loose 719.Lt.Lv.,,, ,,,,,,.,iuud MOn.le.,. ,. ..,,, .,Lv r 20 01p' '9 49 p p 11 10 Yl 10a a Lv.L.ke n.N. Byyrna.Ar Elelen.Lv 1260 40 p II 0 p '"'
>" i). 3'V MoOlnley Coy burying lour 2nd--stThat In violation of law and justice, special privileges the or free tones and rubbish In cutting weeds a 88s .........,,. ,......., 11 kY a 10) p ti Ion Lv.Orane City Lv 12 46I'p 440p

:.. Ipaupenl ...?. ...... ....... ... .. 4O 00vr5 passes and perhaps of preferential freight rater are given to Individuals-a way practicewhich and cleaning drains and side dltcbea. 98au 801 Ar,, :: L, ,..,. ,,::L v ll rq. OOp 1145&Ae0ug. eltyJo.Lv 15 tOp Clip ,
$JuhnB.wtli A Bro_ elutlihiK tor In tact tbe caretaker should be on the f
01;' eonvlel ...... ............... . .. 30 BOan besides giving undue advantages to the recipients of these favors and Injuring road, rain, or shine, and particularly) These Tim Table ihow the tlfnv* at which train may l be expected to arrive and depart 1
of raises the which the has to from the e.v.r&Leralona, bill their arrival or departure at Mia Mine stated
I .City of Miami .hose to whom they are denied prices general public pay nd' Is not guaranteed 44'
: bridge .. ............. ............ : Ont and, worst of all Introduces a subtle and dangerous form of corruption Into our public wet weather places in, In tbe order roads to us well tbe ns uneven to nor uiorelrom.dues the Coiuiiany IiulU llaolf raaponilbla for any delay or any oonoquea arlolua b
)tGenova. rentot conrt hotipsforniHlnteunniii .
? April and May. ...........,.. ...... 8O O( Affairs. 1 note tbe existing: defects in surface Peninsular and Occidentar Steamship Connections {
,\ J T'Banderii, ularylor>fny -.'.'... 8U II). !If I shall be chosen by you to serve the State In this Important capacity I and subdralnage. On account of the | at Miama. 9

fP If T Bitdm, 'chulr and tot for pledge myself to use every honest effort to remedy these abuses. 'great efficiency and economy of thief;,] BETWEEN MIAMA: KEYI!'WEST AND UAVANA.k'

" ')'j Court hnua .............. ...... 47 715n As an evidence of my sincerity In the matter, I refer to the bill providing plan It U becoming general the state ;,
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Ice beaks.... .; ..... oo SOUTHBOUND.tiV. ., NOBTHBOUTJ-O.
tbe roadS
of Vermont and It has made ,
THREE( CENT PASSENGER FARES for the railroads of Florida, Introduced by ,
r v .ti. g! '\.11.. ... ,o;oaj pJrjuer of France and other European countries' Mtama, Mon*. Wads..,.....,....*....11 00 n tv.Ravsna'roe..Thnn.\ .... .,..........10 no*
" ('......." roan ....... ... .:..,.. 0000as; me in the Legislature of 1901, and passed through the lower house. Itlslbeappllea.tlonof the Ar.Any WeC Tun*. Thura.. ........13 30 p I A... Key Went,Tlien Thur .....,..,....., I 80 p
,:..,. j famous. LV Key West.Tueii. Thur*...?,.......... 30 l> L""K..yWo.t.TII..1.bur. ...............
0;:..",.. ,1f"'II/fJ" .(. county lnil...,..:e.,...camp..- "*...torAlnyaod.undrIe 60 .I I believe Commission It l Is possible to under about the proper better relation operation between of a just the carriers fearless and and impartial oltTadage, 4'A stltcb In time saves nine." Ar. "...a.... Weds. Fri. ............. ..... l...1 II Ar. Miami, W..i1.. Krln .................-... 7 aooa 03 u V

14 OO bring a producers For copy of Local Tlmo Card addrasv any Agent i

r I ,rPTHkagge.ath L, Xlmauleis! bl ak nding..t.,cuurt prisoners hoaiw .17 10a of the States to encourage a better and more wholesome growth of our great CANADA'S GOOD ROADS. I J.. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Paaa. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

SABuleber.rum'rld.yamlle.ae!! 40la industries, and to found a more lasting prosperity for the State.
NO -- tarp Appropriation Far Improves..
1 F O Alcher, R. HUDSON BURR. -- L
"" 7 O W Lfilnhart. a M 10 40 Little River Florida, June 1st 1902. meat of III.h..p.; -1
Juo Sowull. 3 OP Our cousins across the !border in -- __'un""Q' y
It K McDonald, "' 4 80 Post Office: address: Canada have been even more active r ::::

yff C li Ilohlii.<>i>.court atenographer, 1(18 63 West Palm Beach Florida. and more' liberal In their support and ---
W ir. Jeakhusalay and aundrle.. x000Everatnde appropriations for the good roads I i Rlchlmond Y
BO4 00 I Washington Baltimore
Hotol. boardinglurleL. --"-- movement than this Bide '
are on
:or Klaher, rent ol fcltrhon........... I B 00 HEART STIMULANT. CHEAT PQfcTS. we Ph.l"dfflphla Boston Atlanta
| Mt says tbe Philadelphia North American. I
J IIPoll. M: D. .Jdilruio .4.h .:w.11. Chattanooga Louisville
...("I" ..ervlew......... 19 BO The little 'province of Ontario large in
; for convicts Cold Application. ...rlo. t. Draft Da Na Blndy Them For K.o..1...*' ClnclnnaU St. Totals Kansas CityPittsburtf :
;.p ; ;. J B Oleno. chtrltf.,...... ..?. ....... 8 Ol '. of AUobol Read Them For Culture. areabut. small in resources as !compared ; I i
: t';...btw'J Idichol! Wttldron,charity.....?....... 0 00 with .Borne of the American states 'r- Detroit ClevelandCHicago.
r.9... There Is a deep'.eated belief amount Young men and young women actnul- has been building roads for moro tbau ; etc. l
k ,viC The followlnRbllls\ were approved an* ing almost to.a superstition that afeo- I ly go to college to take a course in ten years spending 150,000! a year tot

"; '. ordered paid out of the road fund:: bol Is a ,very important heart stimulant Sbnkeppcnre or Chaucer or Dante or this\ purpose. In addition to this annual

W M Cnthrara, work on burn eta especially when this organ"Is tbe Arthurian legends. Tbe Bourse !becomes expenditure the provlnclarparlia- t5'hgSOUIUfRN.

l n rock tnrin.... ....... ...... ." .....* 3 90 weak: WInternltZf the great authority, a were knowledge course; My went .lust year appropriated million.
; l' Frank Strauahan repair* en brT3g4 8H own acquaintance with Milton was of still further
on' bydrotberapy in Germany, has dollars for tbe purpose
} L 0 Bowyer fr'Kt on 10 can rock 10S 00 through exercise, In grammar. We
N It B McDonald. Co. feat fur mule often told u* of the very great value- parsed "Paradise Lost. Much of tbe Improving Its highways. RAILWAYROUTE

;',' t for April.........................,......... 43 00 of cold a* 'a heart stimulant or tonio current college study of Shakespeare When this is\ compared with the approprlo'tlon -
n E McDonald, A Co., feed for mule and that It U tar superior to alcohol in I la little better than parsing him. The which the great country of

S i' for May ... .. ..".. .. .. ........ II" 402S this respect. Dr. Kellogg glv s-tbe class falls upon tbe text like bens the United States placed at the-We-
R E McDonald.. Co mippllen for posal of Director Martin Dodge of tbe OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS :
method of application as follows: a bone in winter. No meaningof
..... upon
poor houne and rock farm 00 department of good roads inquiries of
F C Aluhvr, relBht'' on lumber......... 4 Tsaa The application consists of a Compress phrase escapes them; every line Washington last year, it forms a con-- THe SotitHern's Palm Limited
B: C Miller, work on Jupiter road.,. : an/ applied to the portlonof tbe la literally picked to pieces. But of trust that Is anything but favorable!
Efefctn Platt, bullillnn bridge at chest wall over the heart This comprises the poet himself of that wblch makes to Uncle Sam. Jtr. Dodge was given THe Washington Richmond and

Stuart............ . "............ 200 00 tbe space bounded by tbe second him 'what be Is, bow much do they the munificent sum of $20,0 to de-
C) Flat da Limited
1 lb John n <>'N.al., feed of convictA *.-.. K7T 00) rib- above tbe right border of the get Very little I fear They have the coun _
vote to his work throughout
J flunky, nalU fur brlds0..e.. ; ,. 4 24 sternum, a line falling a half Inch to had Intellectual exercise and not an THe New YorK and 'Florida
Lam in u. dk Sewell, dyn..mlu...>..., .. 41 :sin the right of the nipple and the sixth emotional experience. They have add try.There ExpressTO
E R Klrknmu. work on roadJohn ...... OT 40 rib below The compress sbould be ed to their knowledge but: have not la ,a movement now and on state foot 71IEJ EAST.
u. 14.6110 among, certain congressmen
J Hlnaon, large enough to cover this space and taken a step In culture.To .
.( 181 70 officials which has for It. object tbe
A T Curler, to extend at least two Inches outside dig Into tbe roots and.origins of THe Chicago and Florida Special
: May 80.00BO of to date
HCatliran. lalarjr (or April complete equipment an up
of It. Ordinarily the best effects are "the great poets Is like digging Into the
John R 0'N...I. aalar/ for. May...... OQ good roads department and an DpproprlaUon THe Florida LimitedTO
a TSOOWill produced by employing water at a root of an oak or maple the better to
Q L, Chandler' which will be adequate to Its
S. temperature of about 00 degree The Increase your appreciation of the beauty THE NORTH AND WEST. .
S tbe amount of $1331.50 wen operation.
Bills to
compress abould be wrung moderatelydry of tbe.tree. There stands tbe tree

c approved and ordered paid. out of the and should be very lightly covered.It in all Its summer glory. Will you real. Stead 'M.ehln.ry R.....*. c....

fine and forfeiture fund. In desirable that cooling by low ly \know,; it any hotter after you have New York state may be said to lead Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via t(1

There being no further business tbe evaporation should encouraged/ and laid bare every root and rootl U There the other. this year In road Improvement Asheville through "The Land'of the Sky. "

Board adjourned to meet on the first be continued for some time." stand Homer, Dante Chaucer and. |I Interests,. and the national con Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in

Monday July ,1902.Gio..w Dr.. Kellogg continues: "Id Germanyand Sbnkespeure. Read them give your.s.if ference upon rood improvement held at connection: with the.< Is tbo custom to administer and master.them if. you .
Prance it to them the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo
Pullman SleepingCars and Hotel Dining Car on all through
Y .
tAINHART. alcohol to the patient Just before are man enough. t last summer helped to Increase Interest trains. I d
B. C. PRAHBOBN, Chairman. putting him in a cold bath. Some practitioners -I I The poets are not to be ana ly ted; '' lu. tbe matter. says The Good
Clerk. as .WlnternlU. administer but: I they are to be enjoyed; they are not to Roads Magazine. The exhibitIon' of Ask far Tlok t* via Souther. Railway. Cemaptndene Solicited.

a very small amount a single mouthfulof I be studied but to be loved; they are machinery for road construction and

wine, for Instance, while other not for knowledge but for cultureto repairing at: Buffalo naturally Illustrated
Meet In Ocala. give brandy; In considerable quantities.A enhance our appreciation of life and In a forcible way modern methods H. F. CAREY, FU. P.... AgU JOB V. Bay SU Jickionvlfle, FU.

An adjourned meeting of the County few'American practitioners employ' our mastery over Its elements. All tbe I of Improving our public highways at S. H. HARTWICK. W. H. TAYLOE.
with tbe cold bath. Tbe facts about a poet's work are ns .
Commissioner Association of the State brandy freely mere the least possible expense. In awarding
of Florida will be held at Ocala l June unwlsrtom of thus practice will be-apparent chaff as compared with tile appreciation the contracts for road constructionthis General Vuetnftt Afcat, AM' Ccnl. P.... Aj nt.
on due consideration of the fol- of 'one fine line or One sentence. D. C. lAti
;year tbe attempt was made to keep Vlahtnglon, Atlanta, Gs.
will\ be important
tuL This an all the
rth to at
lowlug facts Why study a great poet after\
the cost of road development to tbe l"r
...... 1905.
15I. .
members of the various rjr
gathering of ."Oue purpose In administering the manner of djueectlng" room Why very lowest possible point consistent

couuty' boards and others Interested, cold bath Is to secure. B true stimulantor : not rather seek to make-tbe acquaintance with excellent work: It Is estimated

specially In good roads.. Duval county toulo effect by' arousing the vital of his living soul and to feel Its that some of the Inland highways can

<< wilt be represented by a number of energies through excitation of tbe power?-John Burroughs, In Century. be constructed at the rate of $2,000 per

member ami other counties will send nerve centers Alcohol was once .opposed mile.\ ,where a few years ago they would '
to Jje capable of effecting.this. William Sh.k....ar.. have coat between $4,000 and $7,000 sit BOTSFORD & CO.
representatives. In What of morals' of manners, of
and was used_for this purpose typhoid point mllo. "This reduction Is due to the
,f President H. W. Long of the assoclatlon fever and various other morbid economy of philosophy of religion of per cheaper cost of trap rock: and tbe employment '

Is anxious that full publicity be conditions accompanied by depression taste of. the conduct of life bas be not of machinery on tbe roads Iff Notions

given by the county papers to the arrangements of .tbe. vital forces. "At tbe present settled What mystery boa b.. not slgn place of so reach baud labor. Dry Goods,

for the convention In order time, however It la well known. and I lied his knowledge of? What office
'S' with practical unanimity admitted, or function or district of roan's work
that there be'a large attendance.A Gravel Road.. and Ladies' Furnishings .
//1 may tonlanor a he not remembered! What king
that t: alcohol i I. neither a bits .
of lull\ has been authorized Although it la Impracticable and In
rate one fare ,
Umnlant but a narcotic; that It de- bas he not taught state, as Talmn
from. all lntl-ln Florida to presse and does not excite; that It taught Napoleon What maiden baa many cases impossible for commutfl- r \I

1 Ocala and return. Tickets will be aold lessen and does not Increase the activity not found him finer tban bar delicacy? ties...to.nllWl1'build good frequently stone road.be used, a surfaceof to advantage We Invite the Ladies to call find examine .. "

June I6th'ao>t '17th, good to return Juneit. of tbe uerve centers and that What lover bas be rot onttoved? What. giving farsbetter results than I I our lately purchased stock. i
this Is true of small us well as large sage has b- not oatseen What gent
could be attained by the use of earth

p f A Tate.of Jt per day has been secured dose, a* of bae careful been shown tuveeUgators.Healh. by tbe "researches -- rudeness lemon baa of bis be behaviorRalpt not Instructed in Wal-the) alone. Whore beds of good grave are Remember We are Leaders }

for delegates/ to this con/en- tlon at all! do Emerson. available this In, tbe'simplest cheapestand : in our Line
' K' the hotel.-I Ocala.y Y most effective! method of Improv -- -<

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i V'' .' : :I> lOll are done away with; the social cupi. Ic w kokokbkokgkokokokokokoko, '

iii : ; '.. :"I 1 A DISPENSARY l II i."vbere, broken.he ho Ask took this his man,first that I drink.wan, i Want I' I o, PAW C. JONES W. C. MINNICK \

\ ', ,\, Vine-tenths I of the answers are, "the .
: ; > I SYSTEM FLORIDA fS octal( glass." :JONES & MINNICK .
< :f" \: FOR It Is needle for me to,, argue this iHOHSBBflilt : .
: ? further. If there be any truth in what : ? !: .
,I t"" \ AvsviKnvavStavsv>vlySMtyixedltSi.. ) ) ,
tip --------- - been said think of It Compare the

j. The question of temperance Is upper passed aw lost sight of iu the)/zeal for eight points IJhave: culled jour attention n (i ,. Building: Contractors; .. 1W -

most in the minds of the people of Flor party power. The system eiluls, as apolitical to with (the general management Clot I THOS. JI J CRIER ,
iday today. In tbe last legislature a bill machine and not as a benefactor :- the saloon. You,have done it already. | : '
1 was introduced, known as 'the dispenaary ofthe; people.But Then shall we not' say the dispensary is 0' ': <..,Only'fthe Best of Mechanics ao

I; bill, providing for the sale and distribution the reverse* of this Is theca In preferable l ip the open saloon if an I ContractorS I .. 'J' _

S of intoxicating liquors. Thlr Alabama. There the control of the approach to virtue and righteousness; be o :T; : Employed on\Our Contracts .'

1 *' ';r d bill, virtually the same as that passer llspensary Is wholly in the hands of) preferable to immorality and crime. S and Builder r '
r, by South Carolina a few years ago/ wamt local authorities. It is Local control We advocate for'Florlda dispensary w c, 'i.. ; 'I BLOIIIDA
with scorn and contempt by Public\ and not Legislative control. And if the tysleui which we have found In actual g. JI 0 WEST PALM B "CII" _- ;i io
I 'I Opinion in this State. It failed to be, majority of the people in a community, operation, unhampered by political: .,Influences. o,, Is f frepttredhto>> fill your order ia.ao-ti

.- I Y ciine a-law. And the significant fact ofg town or city wants a' good dispensary, We have seen how this dincusslon g. promptly and in workmanlike 1 $ 'Yi' :

( its failure lies, not In that the people of: that same majorityexpresses: : its wish t>T his resolved itself into tlie ques- Estimates furnished J "
I\\. 1 Florida refused such a measure; but, itt electing out of its number:mett who will dun, "which of the two Is preferablethedispensary V 0 manner. JI o| '-

- 1 i that it has aroused an active interest in : enforce the purpose-*of tbe,Ua.. TLe or the Open saloon 1" We : tf on. construction work of every aJf it t"
'' the cause of tempervnce; in that It has responsibility fortbesuccess or the fail., baye noticed eight points in the-t>peration description. j Ge W. S. BELL (h
nude men still more persistent search use; of the system rests with the community '' of the dispensary, representing a ..
i J \ for solutions for the liquor question. I itself In which the dispensary ii. reform sufficient to warrant us-to, de. -- --..

j In advocating a dispensary .system far ''ocated. Thus, the question Is freef :late the Dispensary preferable to the I West Palm Beach Floridag jj: Contractor and ,Builder''

:;,I Florida, I would say in the beginning! from State politics. The control of tin )pen Saloon Now, we ask you, if there : ..:.
t'lat I am opposed to the use of lotoxiatlng llspeosary Is wholly a local question, be any doubt to communicate! with' the B? JI O. WEST :FA1M, BEACH P'LORIDA ,
liquors. Would that anothe md cannot be made to serve the end wenty counties In,the,State of Alabama, OIOlt Ott01107101107t 071071051011A o :
The erection and recalling/: of BulldfiiRS or all descriptions given ,
p'nt of whiskey, except for medical pur if a State political machine. The pur a wlucU the dispensary is now operated, : attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED personal.... ,, '"
1 ,+ poses, might never be old In the Stat loses for which the law was passed art md( see for ;yourselves that all we claim ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly ..J m, ;

,,1.' of Florida again: t I believe that tb. ver kept in mind by the people of the (for the system Is proven to be true by C.. Dittmar done. References given if ,desired. ..

a'rongest manhood, the noblest citizen Itles which, adopt the dispensary. Anc: I actual facts. Completely equipped for FirstClassPlumbing ; "
and the Statehood can ben is a the will find that the"'illHpensnry, the UEAI.KII: IN c
tip purest consequence dispensary systeVof you Like
Residence on Evernia Street '
-Itnngh and- near, Front f. O, Box 36r. ,.
1 ba developed among people where In Alabama.-the one we would have I option\ the local control dispensary: I 1 I.A.H .. .... '

9 1 ; tixlcants are not drunk. But such ( ''lorIJa adopt-exists today' not as rool wherever tried, reduces; the sale rani Dressed ,Iiambet ,
manhood, such a citizenship, such I for politicians butjas: a benefactor ;oiiRumption of Intoxicating" liquors J ;
k fr Statehood represents ideal condition >f the people, mts the whiskey traffic under the Shingles Doors, Sash, Blinds, Want a. / ,

tpf' And the,approach to these condition When all otber arguments when ou itrlctest regulation'; protects. the Indiiduil : I Mouldings. Brick, Lima. rr
x1 has offered problems of temperanceover ippoaenUcan no longer find, 'Inbimhtlcal from deception, and the State and Builders' Hardware

_E the solution of which preacher side of the ,question,a pretest nd county' front fraud; ,delivers the FORT PIERCE.., 'FLORIDA House Built ? :
teachers, and statesmen' have wrangln or objecting; to the dispensary system :ouiui unity from the hideous gathering ,
for hey fall back the lace of burners, loungers, and LIGHTWOOD
many years. on plea that it is not gam POSTS II. T. Grant, Contractor and Kuilder, l Is. prepared to give
Until recently there has been but on. fight for the State or community to be tiers; destroys the organized centers or
First,Class Lightwood Poets for prompt service and satisfactory work to one needing .
t line of attack against the whiskey traffic ome dealers in liquors. This, hop crime and vice; and scatters to the four any a
Pineapple, Covering andother< purposes -, anything in the construction line ,
i and that has been absolute prohibition: ver, Is only a superficial view of"'Lh'natter. :orners of the political world. the vile Address
.\ If complete restriction were found In ''Where does the local deale t igpstates>> of law and order, who now t Call onipr! address!

l possible, no recourse was sought Ir et hit right to sell whisk ey? Prom tin jontrttl the traffic, thus Insuring to amore H. ff. HOWARD, .. w H. T GRANT-
} strict\ regulation. But the failure opohibilion 3tate and county yOu say; Then is )J' certain degree the'election of good Sebastian, Fla, ,

to advance iu many local! tot clear to you that the Slate an? flea to office and the faithful executionf ----- 0-0-1902 WEST PALM:\ BEACH, FLORIDA,
ties has evolved a new method of dealIng 'Ountyare just as much in the wron, our laws.-P. M. P. ...
t with the whiskey question. Just a vhen for a part of the profits of the bus -----.ar 1 r . .
a hostile army finds it advantageous t ness It grants to a man the privilege of The.Chairman to Democrats. ''

make a flanl o attack against the enemy, tiling liquors, as they are in appointing (Pmovt DEMOCRATS: ', J. M. M. BR6K ..
ff : so now the friend of temperance pn i dispensary. agent and receiving: the The following notice bas been' given Build Houses ", J

t pose to attack the liquor traffic on tb refits from the same traffic Into itreasury very member of the various precinct Move Houses ,
t : flank and destroy as much as is posstblits ? Tn either case the State ,an<* I ''committees in and /or Brevard Buildings Handled
( & its baneful influence upon the morale ounty are parties to the crime: and wi :ounty: Repair Houses. Contractor and Builder --Commission .: ,
- NFs of private and public life. Tbe plan D> ague that, If they can not at present bi- Dear Sir:-The chairman (or' firs Shop.'work

which we propose to make this attact entirely Innocent-of both forms, it bui tamed member of your subcommittee: ]) ,
Is known as the fical Option Dispensary emains for them to choose the less o' ir in the event of his not being a qual. Repairing: or I Plans and 'Specifications FurnIShed. w -

system, practically the same as that It the evils. I lied elector, the next member in order, Dock Building '
operation at this time in the State c i Thus the question is not-one of com- ,hat Is qualified, is hereby requested to : on Application fj ,

Alabama.By romislng with' sin. It is not a question ipen in your precinct on the 12th, 3th Call on, address L: WEST PALM UKACII, _' FLORIDA, : : ,
the Dispensary system which v< ,f whether somstblnK is better than tnd I4th days of June, A. D. 1902, a .
advocate we mean; First, the count imbibition. But, the question is this':' hook suitable for the registration" all M.. J. YARBOROUGH %& 3XsXS X2>&$<& 3x .

can say whether or not It shall hay VOOLD: TIIlDISPENSARY IN THF ;Democrats that may come under the
g?', dispensaries; second, the' control of tb :OUNTYOF bRBVARD, OR DADE following rule: "Provided, that the Went Pnlnt Beach. ]?ln.I _

PI dispensary is in the hands of locI )R DUVAL.".OR UILLSBOROUGH, Supervisor of Registration for each I4 LL

? authorities; and third, the State, count! n E R);'CTER. TtfAN THE OPEN SA sonuly, or, til the event of 'Ills\ refusal I BUILD HOUSES. JHMESBUILDER

:, and community become the direct deal LOON? We say that it would and base then some person designated by'(&hll I r r'f! + .._ ,

era in whiskey.The .ur belief upon a careful and honeslIIvestlgatlon :ounty committee shall open registration PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION ,. tf{.
question is a plain one. And t. 'of the feature that oooks and keep tbe same open, for the WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA vr'
tbe person honestly investigating th. :haractcrle the local option, local control registration! of voters in each election G. A. KUNZE l-H-tf S ,
Truth, seeking to lessen the drinlcicj dlspens"ry'In actual operation listricl I on the lath, ijth and\ 14th days -
\ k habit and to improve the \psesent condi Vnd to these features we invite your ,f June. A. D. 1902 and shall register in Contractor and Builder Is good enough for U '

lions of social and political life, a brit :areful attention and earnest consider. said books any white democratic person .Specifications on Application P ROlf)
\ analysis of the Dispensary system readily itlon. ipplying who is entitled under the State .
proves It to be tbe best solution
n the liquor question confronting us toda teen thoroughly analysed.The dispenser ions so registered shall for the purpose' '
t' At the present time in this Stale is held responsible) for the purl(> of said primary election be deemed ,to. *\-' it ;
county can by popular vote whetht f the First-Class you will find, that.
say > liquor he sells. By this means oe lawfully registered. ; '. ROONG ., < ; l
or not whiskey shall be sold within It surer whiskey is dispensed and the nn This action la made necessary by the la best. tor yon :' P borders. If the county cannot be cai brtunate who has to buy it is uot fired refusal of our county registration officer '-. '
'''I'' rled for prohibition, nothing remain vith all manner of poisons, which the tyjpen the books. The person herein :Blacksmithing The : //oj
for the. work
specifications which the Weather Bureau, De' "
but for it the salooi ,
to accept open inscrnpulous dealer "
and distiller requested to as local registration .
puts .
I has in view call "
partment at Jupiter for .
: Now if the next legislature passes th Into the liquor. officer will be paid a reasonable compensation !" can tlwaya be '
For and {
samples write 1
dispensary bill three courses will be opt Second. The dispenser Is prohibited by>he county executive com obtained at the floes "

to the county: It can have Prohibition from selling to minors, intoxicated per. mittee. new shop of GEO. F. P,PADDISON Eau Gallie Fla. ':

I the Dispensary, or the Open Saloon. tons, or persona in the habit of becom. It is not the proper time, nor have we t.to.U. ,

Those of you who have lived in some ot ng Intoxicated. Now, ,it f is Impossible mat-er JAMES MILLER ?" --

our prohibition counties, know hew -ve confess to keep an individual from $ ."
} bard it Is to keep them free from the urchaslng through another person; bat The same forces that changed the lime Clematis Avenue,Went of Railway. -

open saloon; and if you have lived ii ,I ,t stands to reason, that there will not tonored two-thirds rule to a majority lJ. TO ALL INTERESTED
r this county any length of time, or som Se as much sold when a minor or an rule at the last Fort Pierce convention i

o' tbe saloonfcouutles of the Stati intoxicated is compelled to buy in such ,would" most likely defeat the primary if Iron andRepair .sea
'r you: know how unwise aud useless Is t an indirect method. they could. THIS: : w rNiaoiliasalar

attempt to carry them for probibltloi Third. The strictest regulations are The State Democratic Executive Committee Work f

_I It Is for these counties we are !%adm, Imposed on the keeper of the dispensary has a perfect right to say who A Specialty Constriction s r

b today.___It_.has h""bean",__ .proven..... '_in_L. AlabamA ..__ lie! Is required.. to keep record of every .shall vote in this primary'and we can ,
was noun w..w. '" WI" BUOp '''0: .... pacKage liquor sold and also the make no mistake-for which we are

+ .n'' pinsary which, before tbe leglslatui lame of the purchaser. There is no responsible we follow their lead. Geo. S. Hacker & Son ,COMPANY v- '.... a.IS a.

made it possible to do so, would neve chance for him to defraud the county and This is a Democratic affair, NOW open to the patronage ot the public of West
accept prohibition.. If It then be lui Stile, and the individual Is protected No one hah. a blgh-r regard for the 1 Palm,, Beach and vicinity. : ,y
1' possible in some of our counties t tc against any deception. republican and Independent citizenshipof \

,f obtain prohibition, but possible to ge< Fourth. The dispenser receives no our county than have we, but this is Electric Construction of All Kinds. '

the dispensary, ia it better to-Jake the commission on what lie .ells. He is a party measure, the; nomination of a .Annnna toes Call llelli. Burglar and rlr Alarm BjrH aeabpaetaltyt

1, DISPENSARY or the OPEN SALOON ? paid a salary, mid It makes no financial ticket, and we beg tbe indulgence ot our .ALL WORK ,GUARANTEED, V}
{ r In other words, which of the two if difference to him whether he sells pint republican friends while we conduct this *
-ODices (
A i M i preferable? or a barrel. There is no inducement our own way. No one would Block 10.18. If ,
.' suppose I Ii
The stumbling block over which so for him to violate the laws or to increase or an instant of time 'that the republican P. Or: 39J. West. Palm Beach, .,...
many, who approach the dispensary i
his i sale He sells only that which is party' in tbe great State of Ohio a. t '
h,, question fall seems to be the dispute demanded of him, and then in keeping would let a lot of democrats participate + &*dpcc$>c&
Into which South
; the Carolina
i dispen with the rules of the dispensary In !their and it r W
primary is
has drifted. The system. a: poor,rule
sary charge against ,
Fifth. The dispensary opens at 6 bat will both
a. not wore
this system is that the lefty ways. MANUFACTURERS: ; OF
_ i 7i% and noble aims of the law are turned m. and closes at 6 p. m. A great terrpation ;I We urge our Democratic friends to BONDBOND, COMPANY .
is thus removed from the Doors Sash
young name the members of thrr| new county ,
aside, and made to serve the basest ends .
meu who are free after the day's work. ; executive committee ((INCOKPOIIATED.
without )
of political Intriguers. SucH a charge Those old delay. Itt Blinds, Mouldings ..
q and
young that
are accustomed Important the have
against the South Carolina system, in < -AND:- MANUFACTURERS OF
to frequent the saloons at night committee in
; many Instances, facts prove to be true, sympathy
; forced BuildingMaterial': '
are to go borne if homes they what they believe to be
and we dare not deny. But, such a have; and If not, to pieces that needs. their right and A'NO' '
charge against tbe Alabama system-the be better than the saloons. can' only I, We _CHARLESTON, S. C. I[ LUMBER LATH :'SHINGLES
t' : system we would have Florida adopt- Sixth. The doors of the dispensary In this hope to see a lively interest taken __ Largest Factqry South. ,
t. it from operates the theory"Illogical of the,law and, uiyler actual which facts are that wide hide open.the crime The screens and blinds W. L. IIoCHtKTT, ChairmanCo. Send for Prices: ,flooring. Siding ,and Ceiling, OffncJf Lime and Cement ,
evil within the.aloon8 Dem. Ex .
I have proven false. Herein lies the difference Committee. '' IK .STOCK y-s= i
are not allowed. _
June 9th, 1902.
; herein lies the reason for the !
4 i 'e. failure of the dispensary in tbe one for' Seventh loafing or The lounging.dispensary The Is no crowds place t -WOOD WOOD OFFICE AND 'YARDS '3-l.1902

I State, and for its success in tbe other. found within our bar Tbe whaleback steamer Thomas Wilson ON F. E. C. RY.
rooms include the ..
In tbe State of South Carolina every was almost cut In two Cy the steamer .. '
worst element male and female 'Between 'Poincetta
black St. and
office of the dispensary system is at the and white, of town and And :' Hadley, near the Duluth Caui t, Lake Su. Stove Wood.Dellrcrcd Worth.
(' disposition of tbe dominant party In the when'fired with country. lerlor, last Saturday. The Wilson sank K
all kinds
+' State legislature. This party allots these I they engage In the vilest Im'luedlately.d the Iladley did the to Any Tart of Town.
IS conversations. lame just as reached the LAKE WORTH BOAT
offices to every nook and corner of the The tug shore with WORKS
dispensary all
removes this '
L State to its henchmen and supporters, Eighth. No whiskey allowed, to be the sinking crafu Mine of the crew ol Leave orders at Wood, Yard, on."Clematis :* ** A. T. itOSE..!: Proprietor. ...,. "I
ri thus ever lightening the chords that Wilson! were drowned. Avenue, near the ''rallroad\ track
bind these men and their communities drunk on the premises. Every drop ill i v, -:..;- or a:1drl'lS': ; ,Launch, Yachts Sail and Fish, Boats, Bow Boats and Dinghys
sold In sealed .Built ,
to' Orier
packages and must be Overhauled
to the support of the party. As a result taken from the The Good Government ticket won out J. T. S.NELL or Hauled' Out. ,
itway dispensary before In the Tampa municipal election Boat Yard at .
.1 the purpose for which the lair w.. being< opened. 'All tippling and treat. paign. cam 10.1S.t.f Manou\a.(
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BWS OF THE |If John D. Orear, wbo,is Interested with HAPPENINGSABOUT and are being taken to South Africa for 'Stop Paying Rent I
(George W. Bautnhoff of St. Louis, In beef, which is very scarce. Ail of the

' j OUTSIDE WORLDItems !building,; electric ilway from Mexicoto THE STATE eatlla and' the thirty-six hoad' .of fine Be Your Own Landlord !

Puns, Mo., says cars will leave Fa'if, horses will be transported oiiythe. decks
I soon cnoiih|; in. the morning to stop at ----- of the vessel. where stalls were coa.Itructed.8Ctveralj Per MONTH, with only 3 per cent.:

'of Interest Boiled Down and ,each farm !and\ gather up all fruits, vegetables Paragraphs of Interest Concerning days ago, there, beingno ",S 5 0'0 I Interest per annum will buy a

Prepared for Busy Readers. and milk and connect with the the Great State of. Florida room itt> the hold, owing to. the big > = $1,000 Home Loan

Record of a Week. Wabash sod Chicago and, Alton toads In General. miscellaneous: cargo taken. About 300 or

and reach the morning; market in St. ooo gallons of water and "40 tons of NI. W AND OMIdlNAL. PLAN

Louis. In the afternoon the same kind feedstuff were taken on board for the The Standard Guaranty and Trust Co. .
The .tll Ike of cgal miners in Went TiuiBvillo will have a big celebrationon ,
of cars will run If the Cars live stock during the A larga
pee till fiver necessary JulrMth. passage! ,,, J Capital Stock, '1OO.WK>.<>0 Itowirvu and Coupon Fund, 120,000.00
t Virginia spread twenty
will contain refrigerators. ,The electric number of men arrived here y 4t9t rday
thou'tlt"ll.mcn' : are out. The Melbourne State Bank has been during WM. F. ARMSTRONG. Jr., Hibiscus Hotel Palm Beach ;
motor"*'used will be sufficient powerto morning to attend to the cattle! ,
WUinnr Jennings!: Brynn announc haul as many as ten cars of freight at moved front ;loelbourDetotFort: < Pierce.. the lengthy voyage to South Africa.Pensacola .- Agent for Dade anil llwvaril" OoiuiMm, will tell von nil about It. Write him. f

putili'cly\ ( that hi ..1II"ot be a candidatefor 'a iiine. The estimated coat ol' construe. In tha Circuit, Court at Jacksonville\ Journal. .. -
kl Governor of the State .of Nebraska tlon is i ooooo. >>- OIL Wednesday, an order was issued for --. When .

." third trial of Frank Roberson for the To Cure Cold in One ,
next,trail'. A young negro has been arrested at i a Day -
House of 'Waycroas, Ga., charged'with burning C. murder of Deputy Sheriff S dletv The "'j, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets :
The Representative: ifi
\ We Write
for of week
data is set Wednesday next ,
E. Murphy's, residence Saturday night.: All druggists refund the money if
Washington liai' punned by, a vole pf 0:
175 to" ;38 the bill to protect the Prent- When the negro's house was earched: June l8lh. x it falls to cure E.V.. Gro Je'a signa-
members of the officers 'found five suits of clothes, two William Sylvester, who has been'on tnre Is on each box. 25 cents.
dent, "VICe.President, A Fire Insurance Policy
hats and fiver revolvers belonging to Mr. trial m the Circuit Court at Jacksonville ,-
,Calilnet: and foreign ministers and ambassadors v ou can depend upon It, that tin
charged with the murder on February
and to suppress the doctrine Murphy. The negro acknowledges p 1tcy Is carefully and properly: ?
breaking Into the house and' implicates 8 I.tor_ tbls year, of Master Mechalc ;Ed. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Of anarchy written ; that your lose, If a fli">
arrested. ward Burton at-the I Seaboard Air Line
his brother who also..waa Both :
Saratogn, N. Y., had illHnstroun+! fire negroes claim to have no knowledge of Railway Company'sshops at Fernandlus O.0.UIIIUUNOWOHTII, 050.O.'OWtala'C1iIILLINaw0RTII& ; should! You occur can't, will afford be promp lvpaid. _
early Monday morning.: The Arcade the burning of the house, but the officer has been found gdilty of murder In the CUltltllS Insurance-neither carryyour

ty nod Citizens National Bank, and the claim to have proof of their guilt. One first degree without any recommends. own can30u
afford to without. Call ,and
Shackelford bullring, were completely of the negroes formerly worked for tlon to mercy. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, go y ,1
talk it with
ht destroyed, entailing a property loss -of Mt Murphy,, and was discharged: for One day last week the little !girl Of West Palm Ueacli,. '- 1'lft., us. ,

3ootwo and five people perished In the tenting. They broke Into the home Henry Thomas waTbltten by a ground i!2-91

,r flames, while Mr. Murphy and his family were rattler. John Capes ,happened to bepresent -
The Estate
$ r rt A mob of about fifty masked men absent on St. Siuion's Island. and suggested that an application I' ry-1.: \\UETOALF. Exchange

broke Into the jail at Salisbury'. N. C., Monday. afternoon nine men and one of' a freshly killed chicken would 'ATTORMfr-AT-LAW.

about f o'clock Wednesday morning, woman were killed and about thirty draw the poison from the wound, as! he NOTARY PUBLIC Tropical Sun Block W. I. METCALF, Manager

I aecnred two' negroes charged with the persona were Injured in a fire which had beard and information was corect. Will pr otloeln County,Stale and federal
murder of MH' Neely Benson in Rowan destroyed Cite sanitarium conducted by The warm flesh drew the poison'rom Courts : Insure in the Old Reliable e

,County last' Monday, took them to the tie St. fakes Society* at the corner of the* wound in such quantities that LAND CASES A 8PBClAtTY.

outskirts of the city and hanged themto Wabash Avenue and Twenty.First St., he meat of the fowl, was perfectly green Office In TaopiDAt. SON Block. Gerniania Life Insurance Company s sOP

*" tree riddling their bodies, with Chicago The society occupied the 'and'inthittyminutesthe child was up Wit Palm Bench. Dude County IlorliUTT
WlleKy ,! building which was.. bug known aa the and not the least sick This-i ie an old ) NEW YORK. ORGANIZED IN 1860. 7

Hotel Woodruff and for a brief period time simple remedy, and it would be B. 8AUNI>Elt8. Jr.,. fyr particulars' address G. LOIJKR BAILEY: Manager for Georgia and ,
"'t,presentative Thompson (Alabama) as the Hotel Lancaster. By far tbegreatI' welMo use Klssiuimee Signal. a ,; Florida ]Box 340 Piilatka! Florida. .
r.n'MondayIntroduced a bill approprl ATTORNEY AT LAW.
portion of the patients
:' ting $roobOO for the removal of all the The largest snappers that have come .
Into the institution were thorns! seekingcure Corner Olive and Datum Street, .oKoKostokloKoayottokoKoKokoaloe0>,o5to5toaOg0A01t0A0710t0A0 K-
deceased Prvsidenta of the United States into this port In s number of years were o
ti from: the drink habit and those who a WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Y k p.
except George Washington, to the National brought In yesterday I;. E. Saunders ta- -r o
Ctmetery at Arlington. The were addicted to the use or drugs. & Co., by the smack' Carrie W. Chase. B o
G. G. Strohm >
When the fire broke out, there was on IfV Company *
3,000 O
President! and' the Governors of the The smack had a Catch of fish, andone A J. LEWIS.
the fifth floor number of.patient* auf >
a half of them between- S o
r p States' are designated a* a- commission weighed 93: ATIORNCY-AT-LAW if
fering from tic Hi luni tremens and some -
i i to 'provide all\ the naoeuaary arrange. I and 23 pounds. The captain said he got and NOTARY PUBLIC.A..t o Oo
\ removal. who were deranged fyy) drugs. Several In a school of the biff fellows. and left, FAMILY GROCERIESFancy ?
mast for the 'of' these were, trapped to their beds, 'after loading his vessel nearly full for 01 the U.Baltimore S.Fkl.lltJO..ar.nty, Md. Co.: ,ol aff oV

t A collision between pa.enICerlnfl a and It w\i,* found Impossible to, savt other grounds to catch some smallerones Once at corner of Clematis Avenue and Nurcliwu o
r Veight train, occurred on the SouthernRailway them, HO rapidly did l the fire spread the Htrrat: over Strohm'a..cure, 4"190' : o
said smack Kwasind
lie big Food
W eat Palm lleuoh.IT i' Products
; twenty. miles: north nf MacorttGil. t rough the building. V
wul lii the same spot and the captain o
1 .',,- ''Tuesday afternoon, while l 'vh 11KANNINO, A o V
announced that he intended to stay o
were' running/ at a lair spee'l. IVith The Best Prescription for Malaria there until be filled his vessel. Pensa- 1l. i Grain and Provisions;
Attorney and CouHBelloratLa.wtOlllre
and firemon of.the
engineer pa..e01.It
Chllla and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's cola Journal. V
tI r train_were klllerl and 1 nineteen persons #Tasteless Chill Tonic. It js simply Iron ( over Bank,) o o
Railroad men are awaiting news front V !
i <'i were severely Injured. Onboard and quinine lu a tasteless form. No JEFFERSON BLOCK o
4 the Plant System and Atlantic: CoastLine :2-16-1902 WEST PALM BEACH FLA m
the paARen'er, train were w"nv dentists, o o
cure, No-pay. J Price; 30 cents.The -
"t deal. It is expected that a tueetiup X
enroute to the State Convention.' ,---.---- of the Board of Directors,. of the Plant JAMES IS. ANDREWS.ATTORNEYA West Palm Beach, Florida. o '

t A lerrifia electric! : wind, hall and rain' State Should 'Pay. System will\ beheld next-week.at which r.LA W.' o a -1-1901 O.\
r M
S storm j>nad over the-noutliwest portion We favor the primary system of.makIng time the bead of the combined companies NOTARY'' PUBLIC, n110i10'S107107107107109a01t0t0i10A01a0k05101I01101t051071 o A0110it0:100 'tc

,'G of tle: White Uarlb,JIndiim reservation, nominalus, but there bone change will be named. It Is not yet known Attorney of Brevarcl Co. c
Minnesota Tuesday nT,(ht, laavng( -death "'c.woul.like to insist! upon, vlz: that who will\ be named for the position, but'

wy{, soil 'trtsctlonIn Its wake. Reporta andidates. for,office 81811 not be com it is generally believed that It will U FT. PIHB.CB:-AND TlTUSVlLLS, 3-a8-lyr FLA. it S. BOTSFORD & CO.

,A94. frtrlirl 'southern! bart of the reserva- polled till bear the expense of party' cam President R.. G. Erwin of the Plan* : ;
o ..:t\.! _' ,Lie fury of the storm wash migns. These primary elections; are : System. 'With the election' of a president !. M. IIOUBINS,

rrM... orth and Atlantic town. not held simply for the benefit of candidates I for.the combined properties a reorganization GEQ.,
I Goods Notions
ips. Houses' and barns were torn but In the interest of the party will be effected. Should A,.Attorney, and Counaelor-at-Laui..,. ,
I -
't trw' >wn, crops destroyed Bad some fifteen Itself: and; every member of the party PresidentErwln be the"'newnead* as I b Will practice State and federal Court,. .
t persona aTe reported killed. should be willing to bear bin proporonate expected he will probably be In a position : and Ladies' Furnishings

f The British government/ through Dr. part of the burden.--Mllligau. to announce the new officers in a "as I I'TITUSVILLE FLA. 1 I

;ir Kujper: the premier of the Netherlands: \ ; Herald. short lime. X
M A haw guaranteed' a safe coj dnct to the 1 To which the Pcnsacola Journal says: Mr, Leopold Furchgott: the merchant L. D, .BATON: D. We Invite the L'adies to call nnd examine ,

is rux-r delegates, Wolmarans. 'V ssets, "The Herald's proposition is sound prince of Jacksonville has hit on a novel HOMGOPATHIST. our lately purchased stock. '

',,: 1 Fischur! and Leyds, to their homes In the except that the* State-mot the party Idea to help the Woman's Club raise WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. .

", ... Tr u.rvaal, with freedom from pro ccu.t : should bear the expense of party primarles. funds for the purchase of the Daniel lot RnxlilenCA oppOsite: MotllodlHt I Church. OfllcvClnniatlH We Leaders
," lon. El-President Kruger( lalncluJed. If the system, is In the interest on Duval street, near-Main, which they Avenue, next to Mwonlu Tamplaoffice Remember are
t honra H to 9 iv.m., \2 to 4 unit T to S! p.m in Lino
.',1. If he chooses to accept: the offer, on ot good government-and no one que- .recently: secured for a site Ibr their club Sundays. :i to 4 ...tn.Speelat ,

.ip account of.the advanced: age and Infirm tlods that it is-the expenses should be bllnl;'. He has made proposition to .Atmntlon and Given Children.to Dl.e._ ol T-

,I Ideal of Krugcr the British government paid but of the public treaauryr. and, the the Woman'Club Which has been, accepted Woman GRAFTED,

,' ) hft waived claim to his acknowledgement text legislature should" lie!.',bat such a to the effect that on June 17th, rr u. HOOD, )f. i>, BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes. p

'.j of British sovereignty. provision in made. 18th and igth he will give percentage ", ,
--- -, .-- : of the sales in the store to the Woman' PHYSICIAN, AND 8UROEON ILargest! Collection of CrMons In the United States. Palms, Phyllan-
rw Denver (ft preparing a big welcome for Primary System the Best. Club. To swell the jlst Of custome's at thus etc. All potgrwn. Full Line Citrus Stock
the hundreds of delegates and ,other Dens Strohra'i store, WEST PALM
.w*? : visitors who, fire expecUd to attend the Hem Arthur 'T. Williams, chairman this store on those days, members of the DKAC1I. ltuuluuuceauarRoyal l Poln- grown oa High Spruce Pine Land. Address
)t ot the Democratic State Committee says Woman's Club will be put in charge of
JJ International Sunday School Convention clans Hotel. PALM BEACH. 11n JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla.
; to net held' there the latter part of this he opposition to the primary rules ol the different departments of this bip es .
the committee Is passing, harmony pre. tablishment, and will be loyally assistedby B. POTTER 1\1..D., -- -
Final for the Rath.erlng
*uth preparations
m > ;
are"Mow' being made.: Advices. received veils, and that the State call will be followed the attaches of the storewho will 1b. OFFICIAL and. LODGE SEALS
-. this is as it should be, but like look to their tenlpor.ry'bosses for their x Rn uller
}a' by the local committees indicate a- 8-118 W JBT!: PALM BEACH. r StamD TO ORDER .
", a recurd-breaking attendance The session many another innovation the primary orders. Mr. Furchgott' generous offer

;, will extend over three or four days. system has to pass through tlio ganatlef will no doubt swell the. 'Vomau' Club -P. PLATTE M. D. IN TWELVE HOURSof '

during which time there will be "keep on letting well enough alone." coffers to a considerable e.teut.s the ALL KINDS
..,id addresses! by well known divines Adherence to_ the State rules In every feature Is an unlq..e one and deserves ,PHYSICIAN AND SUROIOH. Florida Rubber Stamp Works

t : of county; however, will put the plan upon success.-Jacksonville Metropolis. Tvlenram delivered all hour ol the day, .
educators "nd'others from many parts GUY I. METCALF, Local Agent.; 224 Main St.,. Jacksonville, Fla
and i
Its merits in a fair tri t, and after that tight
States Canada. in hotel
the United and One of the largest deals prop
tent Is made the desire for a return to I2-39-I9U FORT PlKRCK. Fla. J
S attractive consummated in
elaborate musical progr.mwltl'be an erty recent years was
feature of the gathering. the old-style convention Is not likely to completed Wednesday, 'when 'rI'. J. From now on until.the busy
iud fa'lor."lLb the people of Florida.Exchange. .- i>u. 110UGiLTONaDENTOS" ? Special I Summer Prices BeaMon Is com me need a al n, I
I A..lIlaU flre In the center of London, Scott's. Sons, of Montgomery purchased will give rho residents I ofPalm Rest

England l last Monday caused; the death -. -.-- torn the Plant Investment Company Beach a substantial reduction
HOLLAND DOVK. PHONE t. on all shoe repairing,cleaning and whitening. Come and investigate this
Hotel erected
Cfteeo Bitten 'Gator. the famous Tampa Bay .
of nine young girls; persons were by a VEST PALM BRACK.T and save money.BUCKEYE.
.. Injured one probably fatally. The fire I Mr Lee Anderson Englewood, Is several years ago by the late Henry B,, '
Originated: In the npper portion of a' five threatened with the Iou of one of.Iris Plant at a cost of between '$:1,000,000' T. DANIEL SHOP &il"l I ,:? JOHN F. ROSS ,

story buil iti r' adjoining the mansion 1 legs through its having been fearfully and 3000000. The trade,wU consum. ,1

house station, in the busiest! section of' mangled by'an alligator one dy last sled in New York between Capt. Chas DfHTIST

London. The first extension: ladders tow week. Mr. Anderson and his brother Scott and President: F, Q. Brown, of the COCOA., INDIAN RJVI R. FLOKIVA.tl. -_ SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN

arrive at the scene could not be elevatedto were hunting alligators, when they lound Plant Investment Company. The members l.G l. 1

the height of the fourth story, and! one! about eight feet lung tn a prairie of the firm completing this deal are UY I. MKTOAL.F '

iumates of the floors were compelled For well known toaUMoutyomerlans, especially 1
l upper that was almost dry. some unes.ptarned
to (Jump down Into a- tarpaulin reason they bad left their guns for their generous donations to NOTARY PUBLIC New Idea in Trunks. Don't Forget i.: :

which\ had been beauty taken by the half a mile away and not wishing to return charity Tbe amount paid for the hotel For the Stada Florida at Large. I

firemen from passing--flrnit\ vtit. Several for them Mr. Anderson put his foot baa not been made 'public. Capt. Chas DeeIe,Mortta c_ Lessee.. and Contract :' "

of those who_jumped. were badly ou the alligator's head and tried to cut Scott said yesterday tb.ta decision as Drafted.Conveyancing' u ApeclHltr.: 'f,,J'I I I'f That we 1 have, at all times 0''

t..hlr.and. others who refused to take his throat with a'hunting. _knife. The I to the disposal of the property had been All tithes Work Unnrantveil In faorinlk leaali.Hart Block Correct. f r a choice line of 1d'1

t this risk disappeared;; within the amok reptile made a sudden whirl ana quick reached and that Taylor Scott of the Went Palm Bnaub. Dad Ooontr. Flnrldn.WTA1.LACE .;

ing windows. as a flash, seized the man's leg at.the calf firm Is In Tampa attending to the details II., MOSES PIARIDAANDWESTERNMEATS

The court of I lqulry which, meta wipe bit terrible teeth. Both men made ot the transfer of th" property to

Wdslii"Rkoa 'to- Investigate the'cdse'of. desperate efforts to make the alligatorlet the new owners_Montgomery Adver- Successor to A. W. Robert f

the officers of:the Untied States cruiser: go; but be held oo-'witb ian Iron grip, tiser. REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE. r n

9 CUicaQ arrested at-Venice, makes the all the while lacerating the muu's flesh Some record-breaking work and Agent for,,Went Palm Reach Town Lots. also
following statement : 'The court, of Inquiry dreadfully Finally Mr. Andersou1. which probably has, not been equalled st Wet Palm NOTARY U..nrh PUBLJO.Clnmnll. water Wor.. ..... a Nawea rln

recommends trial'by court-martin) b\ -Jthcf<< went and got the guns.came back any point la the United States, was accomplished Avenue. ..near UllT.Street.. uy UNN Live and Dressed Turkeys -
11.21-luel W. t Palm llench. Florida
01 Lieutenant Joltp S. DoJdridge; Ui S. aunt shot ,the alligators: This accomplished yesterday morning In loadIng ." Chickens Butter

N.t| Captain Robert. F. Wyun U. S. "M i the release. of the suffering cattle on-the British steamship Vermont. D. BROWN, ,
C.. 'and Assistant Sur eoo- Robert E brother,:who wild the aid of the other. A special train. consisting ofnearly.twenty T Cheese, Eggs, Etc. ,;

LediMttvr. U.'S; N:\ ou the charge o( managed to get home, A 'surgeon was cars, brought the cattle In ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. 'IiPrompt

unbecoming/ behaviour: In-, public and summoned and expressed the opinion early yesterday motnln.gabonl4 o'clock, Plan JobMoic'and work ipeclflcatlonn Riven prompt ptK.iar attention* taken In the< that ft would be necessary to amputate and at 5 o'clock the work of lu.dlnllttbe Orders.Faber .
th4t''iio further. action be Shop oa Datura.8'.....'. Represents a n.w Idea ,In trunk It Inportabl a A
Ctt'Iit'0f Naval Cadtc James C. Kress U the lacerated' leg.-Punt* G rda Herald. 587 head w.lcotnmenced.and until (be .clre.Ing. as.'.with drawers Inntuxl ol
fur from hat lo
tray. a pl c everything it A
S N.and: Private Wi..field,. Langley' U. ----- last cue waa placed on board the steamer GEORGE O. 1SUT&12K. collar button and the bottom Is..arcmlbUi" m '
win the top. Coil no more than a good box trunksHldpp.d
theHime three -hours and fifteen Bro's. Market
r S'M.; C. AdmiratCrowluabieldbaedb.: ; CIVIL ENGINEER C. O. D., with privlleii to eanntine
approved the opinion) and recommend+ I minutes. It was calculated by the railroad AND. Two-eent Hump; for llluttMtml catalogue.' [ .

lion of Hit couttofiuqulry where It !Is authorities that It would require DEPuty COUNTY SURVEYOR.FOR F. A. STALLMAN.
boa o.. the' ......- I
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xlvvrsotc* tbeofDcen" ou the ground least a day and a half to l load the stock. West Palm BeachTHB .
Laxative Brorao-Quimne TablaCa : Local Agent for the Lend Isperlmentotthe !08 west Spring Btrc .
r that the evidence to| sufficient.." la* rBMd/.... CUM a e.M !. ewe day i The cattle consisted: ,mostly of yearlings, LY.a.c.av. POMPANU-ALA. 6.i.tqm f sdt3r UCOLCMtlVS.: : OHIO 1-s.itoa .'

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i SERVICE .ASSU1.EDARRANGEMENTS < The Naval Bill Carries an Appro- ; ;Chares: ]! Sand sjaJMail : Orders ., /

priation for a Fire-Proof '\i Cash Purchases ...w.,. .r ..... ....... --. Given with all 11 ,, ,
Building'' There. ro amounting-, to $5 New C. a I b 1 'Purchases mij '<;;\\'i./f: 'E \:

and over, excepting FURCHGOT'T'8't anountingtoL0o; ::Yi'I' ;/ I
MADEWith Department ; ,
HAVE BEEN" The big'naval'supplj' ,1 bill of the ROV ( onCarpets StoreJACKSONVILLE $10.00. $25.00, ,'; .1. .

erament"!Val passed by the senate 01 and .,.. $50.00, 97 .60 and 1J ,t ; ,;.

Tuesday. The amount of'moaey reprea ._ Domestics FLA. >.100.00. 'a.. '
:t the F. E, C. Officials for a Continuous Pressure at the ented Is more than (78,000,000, and the ; ',, 4. ',
bill Includes provision for two first-class j 'r .
p #' ?r City Pumps. Board of Trade Comm'Ittee battleships,-two first-class armored crula. r WE WISH TO ''STATE to our many friends" and pat "i :": : "I
4 Interviews Mr, Parrott. ers and two gunboats,but strikes out the< { ,i1'

House provision that one of each shall we are now prepared to take care of your mail orders. We |rf : \:: f ast1
;0. be built at Government yards.Mr. ;

_-4 At the Board cf Trade meeting held pressure to successfully cope with tie Perkins, a meoiber! pf the com. are better equipped than' .ever, devoting: part? of our' second :: ':\ (
mittee on naval affairs, argued that some ,
'I" Wednesday night a committee compos blaze. Mr. Parrott admitted that this K3LJK\\. '
I : if the vessels of the navy. ought to be floor to ' ed of President B. H. Doster, J. B Me- :was not& as it should be, and fie said that constructed GoverUlileot'u.vt, *, : ::1OUMAZTL I. "

: Gluey and Dr. H. C. Hood, was apt 'or personal reasons loo, a change was tad he urged that the.admirably equipped : ; ':' f" I

l'' pointed to wait on Vlie-Presldent Par undoubtedly necessary He also added Government yards ought to.'btrutlliked. -,. RDERS t

i r'" rott, of the Florida East Coast Railway, chat he! was; really unaware of the conIltlons This policy, hesaid, was demand- I : ; ,

for the purpose of Jay 10 I//: before him the as they existed bere, but br !d by the labor unlonm ", \
An item id the bill, which was offeredn I "
i'I ,t serious situation that has heretofore existed >romised that hereafter the engines I I the shape of an amendment by'Sena-i We are now in our new quarters, occupying a:four-stdry '; '

In Went Palm Beach by reason of could be in service day and night and a or Mallory,of Florida, provides for the i
'j; insufficient water supply.Mr. lirect and high pressure maintained. ;. expenditure of Jioo.ooo for a fireproof i brick building, and equipped with the very latest \ .iJ

f r Parrott, with Traffic Manager Oof! This arrangement he thought, would b* mllding the Fensacola navy yards.rhla 11 i ,:
v amendment was agreed to, and Itvill '
_ and General Passenger Agent J.P. Beck 'ar more satisfactory! than the building '
give cause for rejoicing( especiallyy j Imported and Domestic 09
M t with, arrived here ID :private: car yes if a standpipe.It > Pensacolians.VPPOINTMENT. "

,:' terday morning. An engagement wa will thus" be seen that,! the prompt .e.- ,ds'If +

.t made for' five o'clock yesterday afternoon ictlon of the Board of Trade has accomplished \ OF We ask you for' .... r

..ys and at that -hour Messrs. Dostei : .a.greatdeal: for the town of Weal A SANITARY INSPECTOR ", .. A Trial Order *.
"" :<. and McGinley visited the private car al aim Beach and it III also gratifying that MS ,

.; the railroad dock, and were In cousulia the representations made by the delega- tonUna! Page, 1. ;. In Sending' Your Orders, Kindly; Mention This Paper

fl tion with the railroad officials for over ion from the Board have been so ion tbat a committee be appointed by W

an hour. They told Mr. Parrott that the promptly acted npou by the water works he chairman to prepare' a suitable book. Write r One 01 All M"dlOl'ders
let contalngdescrlptlve matter in refer- t
town had practically been without fire >(Sclals Our New FURCH'GOTT'S '
nce to West Palm Beach and Palm
"1 protection,,especially at night, and that ban Property they have owners for will months feel more past, secure really. leach, together/: with illustrations of 5!i I Illustrated FILLED and r' t ;r

had a conflagration occurred It would lag that in case of a visit from the fire totable public buildings and photO- and Sum. "

,: "f+ri'4 bave taken from forty-five minutes to ant fiend, whether by day or by night, then ;rapbs of prominent citizens. He reWhichtboomaih:: : i ',,(J
bought that a booklet of' this kind, I oeipt of order
hour to get up steam enough for sufficient will be a strong pressure at the hydrants
.: f properly prepared and circulated to [; ed tree, '
,, he best advantage, would\ prove of Instlmable "- :;. tion. onapplioaJACKSONVILLE e FLA Wrlla for Sampllis. m J.

t I J "I i, It WORK ON CANAL I benefit In advertising West ___ ____. _____ ____..____. __._____._ __,____._.__"__.h__._____.____. _____ ____. ____. _____ ___. ._ .

_ I TO BE RESUME\ CHURCH NOTICES aim Beach, as a desirable-tbe-year. J 1l?
> ound resort. Chairman Doster appointed .( _

.. t m New Dredge Purchased to be Died on the on this committee, J. B. McGinley,
if .'\, East Coast Canal. Between Hall- Hethodlst.Church": larry L. Brown, S. B. Dean, A..A: Anthony

I :f.. fax and Matanzai Rivers. Preaching at n a. m. add A. L..Haugb.. %% w "f THE'Everglade
fa .: Usual service o'clock. Tbe Board adjourned at roiMarried. .
evening at 7:30:
1 I Record U School at ;.;...-.O' i ROGERS' I Buyers and Shippers of
? The St. Augustine authorityfor Sunday 9:4: a. ni. Produce Go
.. 'I''I'i1 ( the statement that work \I. at;last tc Epworth League at 3:30: p. m. r

w i,: begin in earnest completion of the Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor. SCHRgBNICK IIJta; :NBitao. At SilverWaref4 West Palm Beach.Fla,, Pineapples: : f
East Coast Canal between the Halifax
i : -- Vashlngton, D.C.,on,Tuesday May 27! t.
13" and )"Matanzas River. That paper say Rev. Louis A. Stern Tea Spoons
Baptist Church. 902 officiating Hay, Grain, Poultry, Butter,
'j', that:Mr. George F. Miles,general wane tfr. Carl Scbrebnick, of West, Palm and Limes.
f ger of the company, has just returned Divine services at tbe Baptist church 'each and Mile M, D. Herzeaberg, of 75 Cents and up Eggs, Potatoes, and /J ,
I It from Beaufort, N. C., where he purchas Sunday at II a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Vew York City. v 1
} W. :tT ed two large dud capable dredges. H.q Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Prayer- Table All kinds ,of Crops by Carloads.: ,-, .k
was accompanied on the trlp-by Capt neeting Thursday evening at 7:30.: HOLLY-WiLLSoN. At the:home cube\ Spoons' Produce. \ 'rs
Jim Hinton, an expert mechanic, wbt All art welcome. Irlde's parents, West Palm Beach, Fla., Per Set, $15 ...
made a thorough Inspection of the _CCongregatlonar- Thursday, June lath, 1901 by Rev. I I and up .. tf --'"" /' ,. {
dredges. Church. tf. Sturgis, pastor of the Baptist church ..J"-"'......''' .... 'i\ ,.

Arrangements are now being made it Services at the West Palm Beacb Congregational Vtisa Feraa Winsondanghter of Mr. and Knives Per Set Do You Want a \ ..._ ::.
-w:. secure a tow boat to bring the dredger Church at and VIrs. L. A. Willson to Mr. Mark Holly, $3 and, Up STEAM'BOAT' 9't'.... -:
n a. m. 7:30: }, !
down the coast. One of them will b. >f the G. G.;Strohm Co., this city.Band We i.s..them to Bell aadifvi. bare ,
j" :,. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev, S. .._ .. none on hand to.ult,we can build ;" :
'1 put at work on lue north and one at th D. Palue.In -- Prices onSterling what you want. I 1 "
south end of the cut. It is understood the morning there will be exercises Concert. \ :
We also
:;"; that the present company has determined by the Sunday-school children, and a The following Is the'program forthe Sliver To Furnish are Prepared .' ....'IG'Juat ,
n to push this part of tbe work by digging short address by the pastor Rev. S. D. sacred concert next Sunday evening .....
''J L the canal to completion. Paine, June Ijtb, from 6:30 to 7=30 o'clock: Quoted on
A :; Heaveni are Telllngr......... .....Beethoven Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. .. ;
t I"t'l: Capt. Illoton will probably have charge Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p. m. Psalm ...........................?...........Zlorf.11C ApplicationRailroad .- .
a of the operation of the dredges. It.la Sunday-school at 10 a. 01. Sacred Bong.................................. .....Ab_ Write or call on na for Anything III' .. :; raj
'. )also Intimated thatfurther operations Song service and pastor's Bible class Offertory ....... ................................Bntlnto. WatchTIMEs,1NSPECTOR Our Line that you need. ,:;fit ,,,' '7 .,
; will be conducted after the canal la made Prayer-meeling on Wednesday, at Pilgrim Song......................................I.MclllnoSourer Co" < ': ", :! '
t', '1"' navigable between St. Augustine and 7:30 pm. : My God to Thee:................MaHua Merrill-Stevens Engineering : : :,<' \: ,

the Halifax river. All _- ... ,,
are ;
cordially FLORIDA EAST COAST JACKSONVILLE, 'FLA.Jacksonville ?. ": ::
Mr. E. Kuschel )is back from Tan PI.ANT SYSTEM ,.
tana, where he bad a contract for the SEABOARD AIR LINE 1-34 Pa..r-=a Marine Railways 'f' ', J
erection of a large house. JACKSONVILLE 8t WESTERN
-' --i ----i B. J. RILES '
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Will"Support Burr.,. 825 West Bar St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA, oolaolso7sokotso7sotso7so7tokolaoteoteoisolso7tolsoUoteotl f Aotlotsotso7eY o "'1i: lt

'7 ,..'- .. R.We Hudson have Burr received, of Little a letter River from, statinghis Hon. : Nationaljiank of the State of Florida i.i.o

J platform as a candidate for Railroad
I tt!, C a. ---------I --- = Commissioner of the State of Florida }Mn1 MaDioes/ !o C w

.' We feel with the record which'Mr. :purr | JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA a? "
has made his service The supply of this fruit ia ver 0 .3
f. = during as a legislator : ;
'.. C We are making i .- = that he should be elected and receive limited, and the demand pressing p | STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY 2 k'o '
r. r tile entire vote of the tarnier. Orders are BOW coming In for o
jar = very Low $ Mr. Burr I is the author of the bill to noer delivery. I can book tfTnoMAs.P.
{ o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President / DENHAH, Cashier. 5
,' compel the railroad companies to sell Only Cash Ordersto ,'
1/-;/ 'o JAMES D. BAKER: Assistant. Cashier '
Prices on 3 round trip tickets at a rate of 3 cents be sent by express) in the ordei, .
per mile. His platform.will. appear later received. Price 25 cents each, $2 o
't! In the Democrat. a dozen. Money\ promptly return, 3 Banking Business of East Coast, Business Men, Farmers K I
i We are supporting :Mr. Burr free of ed If orders exceed supply. g, and Fruit-Growers Solicited. >g> t"t
ki l 'f = TAN 3 charge, for we feel that our \living de. :.Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango ostostostoKOStostostostostostoltostoKoltoYOSostostostokoko tokokokorK
; pends on the farmer, and we feel that wood for grafting by a. new a.nd safer '
r Mr. Burr will at all limes work for their ,
only, known practical method,
E S ORS interest There is no doubt but what furnished at'30 cents each, by mail OFFICIAL LODGE SEALS
the railroad corporations will spend 11 /
or Q
_ their money freely to defeat him as express.EL1IRIDGK GALE, RI.I" Pf Stam1l TO,ORDER.. us
: E I of all kinds = they know where he stands. Panasoff- Man gonia,'Fla. IN'TWELVEHOURS
kee Democrat. ,
= 2.28ifweB
C eHUV I I = -- OF ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Works .
_ ---ur e 1 O, So 1! Stamp k

A candidate for office in*Georgia recently U. D1MICK & R1Ji:0l: <: GUY I, METCALF Local AKent.; 224 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. w,.

fell dead. Some candidates, ar ., Proprietors .'
dead and don't know it. A A U U
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PalmBeach ... .
: Stopa the Cough and Works off the Cold. ''-.,'' When You Need .

_ a cold Laxative In one Bromo day Quiul.te No cure Tablets,No cure, ; Grates '

1'' I Anthony Bros. e A D."o...... P..t. pay.ajc."Dawton .-DrugStore Mantels t Tiling and : .

_ la one of the moat devoted ---- :' Write us forJACKSONVILLE '

., West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami fathers"Uow I so7 ever*<< knew -DEALERS INDrugs Catalogue and'Prices .

i "ice'Jo tread of his children. Why '
I say, be often \lies awake half the night it : FLORIDA BUIIDIHG SUPPLY COI
I trying to think np clever things tbat he Toilet Articles ...
con credit them with .Iuc.-Cle"". ; -. FLORIDA ;
land Plain Dealer. Fine ,.
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tKiDCeY00m000eniiCO: Tb. "."e.l1. ! t r "Willie\ do you know what happen Sundries -
AilTIIOilY'S SIiOEtt tissue otrJ--0; 7'
to tbe bad little boysr Seiirt MANON'S ,
A RIll --
"Sure. reHcriptlonaC&refnlly[ CompoundedEast Home at : ,
8ILEfT sAtxesiKxf4 OHIce niMi Hale..
"Whatr Coast Diminess Holicited) ,
oseoc GUAVA JELLY r oom,413 W,
M<.J'f "They bate more fun than the good ,WKMT PALM ul
little boyiChlcago Poet.,_.. .. .. OANDY Branch atnrM and A
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rw .' AA4 AAAA'AA' AAA .A.AAAA.", Vital;* Freud Clothing/: ANTHONY'S Coos: ,alt TOWD. OD coast)

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