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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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AL: & : .. ,>. SESSION Of The- Seminole Hotel I People 'as They Come and are being" '

: : Run, Over. In New York City' .' People Whom You Hay ; Dean') residence
By a Piano Van. '
; iRD'OF.TRAD May Not Know., r,..: .
iTER FROM LADIES' SHOES I. '
Tuesday's New York American: and I .' '* ,,_
Mr::W. Heckert has ;
I,, Journal contained an item of startling Interest .list this week been on of the Board'

r.fi rte rr: ,:Bead And Discussed But No Action' Taken. locally; news that will be read; Col. Tanker In on Wednesday, V,
was Town with regret by all residents I>West Palm Delray wag / ,' ,
Has $24,21.03 To Its Credit In The General Beach. business Monday. left last Wednes.' I ,

Fund.. Other Business Transacted. The Item-In question is as follows: Mr. Jack Garrett has. been to her former '
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"George Zapf. the proprietor of the! Delray for a couple of days this t
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SemInole Hotel, at Palm Beach, Fi;.,, Mr. John B. Coarsey; Jr., Of f'Jt
Le ,regular weekly meeting of the H. the County Dem-
Spitzer, showing that there is a hal and who Is now stopping at the Steven I 'villa, was in, town Wednesday on
'council
was held on Tuesday ancetothe"credit of the town fund 01 f House, was crossing Broadway nt Seventeenth ness. is being
+ lag,' wheu there were present, 124303.' ,- t : '
street last night, when he nu
rman Ceo. W.,Potter, and Alder. FROM THE BOARD OP 'TRADE. knocked down wagon was Judge Lewis left yesterday to or seen W. F.
' by'a piano driven i"
Pimick:, Lauther.. Ot- for Jeusen,and Wen on a
:Yarborough, ; ;
,d 1 The following letter was received from by George Rlggs a negro, and severely He ( to that Loan ',
and Geer:; The'tolDutea ,of last expecut: to return to town t
the Board of-Trade: Injured. ': f
tlbll' were'', re'ad and approved. To. the President and Member... of the He sustained a fracture of the left wrist ,Mr.:' A./l. Beaujon, of New : West Jupiter, Is '

airmen Otwell' reported the receipt of Town Council, of West Palm Beach, and two of his[ ribs were broken. City, expert: accountant has the Messrs. Had..'I -
r .
4 I W carloads of rock, which have been Greetiugr Riggs locked up." West Palm peach this week on .

8'd ; ) ie irly, banal'spread on the streets.ie At the l session of the West Palm, Beach Beyond the information contained i in Alderman M. J. Yarborongb ) i George Strahan ,I i

r-: ;ved from weekly report were Board of Trade held on the nth day of this item, nothing is known here and known 'contractor,. ha* returned West Palm Beach I
,, Mayor Burkhardt and
)I ;rd filed, The most June,.A. D. 1902: there was a lengthy naturally great anxiety prevails among home here from South Carolina, S. M. Storm: .
; recent. read he spenf. time business.
fame on
Mr Zapf friends.
follows:. discussion on the sanitary condition of and G. G.
our town. Mr, aid) Mrs. Cbas. B Homer !
city'a
; nd MAYOR'S REPORT. It was suggested by Mr. B. H. Doster Later.--Just before going to press The and MriW.I, Metcalf! have been Miami prominent this,. { ,S
s l 7 tgoa:-To the Chalrmau of ,
Sun learns
President l of the Board of, Trade,.-that that a telegram has been received I fog a launch trip in the vicinity of
aorable Board of
> Tow
Council
by Mr. Carl W. Schmid from Mr. too and Potnpaio for the I ,
e we would receive a better service from past two Cabbage,
+
en r I herewith.\ .
the
.i '""':'lJ $ present our, inspector and scavenger should we Zapf Which reads: "Do not worry, e mTbe Meseta. W. and J. Dow of \ Eggs.. Lima : r

1 .". f+kra". dlD,1l Saturday, June give this officer the perquisites of the writing." So It is concluded that Mr. nab;fq..',social: :,agents! fof the New Saner Kraut, at "

9 er' ''a the merehal'a'jntisdiction office Instead of paying a Salary; where Zapf Injuries are not'so. serious as'was Life 1u nrnce-Co.j-haw! : ; beenpin ; ; vl
I ev- at '
q ''.tl: A.> ,'Ii g ;1aaa, been quiet and orderly upon a resolution the,following effect flrst'suppo.ed.will .._ Palm' Beach this week on business. : : Wednesday for '

.1 t 'carl Mdi of rock were received dur- was passed;, That this body suggest to .5 have had.a very successful trip State of Mich ,

"' 3, ::1 f hc1 wee.k: ''by: the chairman of the the Town Council that, if that 'body Debate The Dispensary. East Coast ( trip.. ,Be will be .1.
t1' .
et committee: and at this writing the .would place the duty of sanitary Inspector In order that funds may be raised foe Dr. H. C. Hood Is away on his : ...

1 k I la being:, distributed at- the moat scavenger tax collector on an officer 1 the purpose of defraying the current ,mer vacation. He left town' people, chap.r I t
aided place on the\ street who shall receive the perquisites of expenses of,tile W. C, T. U. Home morning on the F.' B. C.. Bxpress and Mrs, Madison, r

The.. scavenger: reports. every alley that office and not pay him a salary that just opened on Olive Street the mem bound and will spend several weeks George Brown J "

", I' properly attended to by him, and BOilaint the town' will have a more efficient bers ot the W. C. T. U. will from Lima to iting old frlnds In Ohio and launch ride to t

1 baa been filed during the"J service time, offer an entertaining! program i in Special service have been Tuesday evening./

f w he usual Saturday collection of Therefore I present you the above connection with their public meetings. all this week), by Rev. J. G. none better made
suggestion in the name of the West The first of these will be
rnbblshnetted programs given
( and .the
x.55 amount Titusvllle, In the Baptist Church t
+ placed in the. bands, of theOlerk) : Palm Beach Board of Trade.Respectfully ; in the Uulo.n Congregational Church on .All the service have been '
,
+, / Have given I 'Tuesday evening of next week, June 25th. very press.today a
dally supervision to all attended and a great deal of around town ;
? ; work?progressing on the streets which H. P. BRANNING commencing at 8 o'clock when the subject '
Sec'y.A : been manifested In! the work. been visited by a
r'' of the Dispensary will be taken
art up.
s appearance.gradually Held presenting an Improved of lengthy discussion followed. the. Mr. Marvin Pope will lead on the affirmative Dr. Paine'; left on Monday could not Ie.

during the week. A one minor term case. of court a.- reading of this letter. while the negative side will be Pablo Beach, to enjoy a well any particu., t
Alderman Dimick wanted to know supported by Mr. JO. G. Currie. two weeks rest During his I t '
After
ault
a defendant and
1r p IF% ,, pleading guilty
r wan, fined $7.50 which Included the coat whether a !sanitary inspector could be these gentlemen have spoken. the meeting preaching service will be held in.1".U.I pastor of tl e ,-:

1>. of court.. Respectfully submitted appointed. under the present' city 'ordinance. : will be thrown open for a general Union Congregational ,Church.;: I on the Wednes

I.. W. B aItKAaD't. Mayor. It was the general opinion that discussion. The debate will be conducted Paine' host of friends here hope DeLand, Fla., ...
w an appointment could be n'acto"and Alderman according to parliamentary tales him return greatly. benefitted by annual confer

'' n'r' The following accounts were. present- Geer strongly favored the suggestion At the close of the meeting a collec cation. district. lIe i

+ ted for payment; made by the Board ,of Trade. : tion will be taken up. All are cordially The ladies of the W. C. T. U. .and tbe pulpit

A.B. Otwell. expenses in connection However,, it was decided: not to take : Invited to attend and be prepared to aid I have a formal opening at their be taken I y
; with-unloading and spreading immediate action but '
any
to acknowledge
in so worthy a cause. Olive Street
r rooms on next to the, \
rock
I 9 SO receipt of the letter
and notify the --. Hive on Thursday evening of : now in the six? '
r James Miller, shoeing_ 2 oo Board: of Trade that the office of tax and
week June a6tb from half '
Mr. M. J. Yarborough past ; during
Lain hart & Potter a Candidate.
supplies
5,95 collector: is' par' (?bf the duties' of the ten o'clock. Ice cream and cake fighting the bat- '
On motion of Aldermen Lauther and Marshall, au3 could not,-be. given to Tbe announcement of Mr. M. J, Yarborough other nice refreshments will be against '
op ,
'e Geer the amounts were accepted and the well known contractor
anyone else without a change in the asa A Cordial invitation is extended to has been turned ",
ordered paid. [ candidate for
ordinance. Cohnty Commissioner attend. hard labor and ,
A report was received from Mr. W. The Board adjourned at 8:30: Iron this the third district, means much The issue
.
today
Mr. Walter C. Minnick. of the
,
to the tax: : payers of Dade" County.
Mr. Yarborongb, if elected, will oppose Jones & Minlck, contractors, left by power, the ?

Mr. Bogg the People's Choice., to the principles: ot Democracy, of which the awarding of private ;contracts Palm Beach yesterday morning ( a Fairbanks- r

Mr. A< A.. Bogus, of Cocoannt Grove, he is an able and eloquent'advocate. If f for public service, such as building' former home In Otumwa, Iowa, Sun now office.operates I ;

r.. Dodecounty,4| in town the first of he goes' to ,the Legislature from this bridges furnishing county supplies ; he goes into business for himself.

the week.. He is a candidate before the county, we will have a.representative, such as purchased in quantities, sand departure; from town may become celebrated: at
Primary and will favor manent, a 'fact that Is-regretted by of Miss Susan !
Democratic ;, for nomination ..asrepresentative capable willing to represent the best letting all public constructionwork f
y, from ,this county; He interests ofal_ of the people ,of Dade by contract, to tbe lowest responsible many friend Mr. Minnick has ] : of Capt. +

will make a canvass of the county beginning county.. He is a man who is conservative bidder after. proper advertising/ and prominent in the commercial life of [ Casino, on tbe ;

at Stnart on the 23rd fast,, and will ,: who think{ *,'for himself, acts according notice.It town and was also a 'valued [ 1 : <:k William

address the voters of the various pre- to his convictions;; guided!: by his I 10 Mr. Yarborough's Idea that the the Lake Worth Bapd. Tbe groom la '

cincts. He'requests that :the 'people of rare good judgement and spirit of fairness Import 'nee of the position of County Pne of the pleasant parties of ,the { at White

a this county reserve judgement auto his he Is neither led nor coerced by Commissioner is too great to the tax son was that given last night by charming bride

political opinions and the measures any faction. He, doea. not ask for nor payers of.Dade to be used as a means of young men of West Palm Beach *of a host .

which he. la advocating until he can be would he,accept his .election at the dispensing political favors and paying compliment to theln lady Iriends., Cook returned .

heard by them. hands ot any faction and it rdnst be at political debts ; that the lax; payers of steamer Palm Beach was chartered: will make'tbeir.
r'
While liere he was kept busy refuting! the; hands of the common people of this Dade are entitled to. aU economical and tbe occasion and shortly after .

various report which, had been ,Indus, county, whose interests he 'is' to rep honest expenditure of every dollar of o'clock the jolly party was being : I practically now T

trionsly: circulated by those politically opposed resent.. the public foods, and that every district veyed up the lake, with Munyon's by the

to hint, particularly as to his view Mr, Boggs' opponents: appear,to have Is entitled to its full share of the road as the turning point. An orchestra of West Palm

on the dispensary question Mr. Bogga' !: centered their fight against him In; this fund for building and maintaing public. nlshed sweet music during tbe I / of tbe East

'{ says the.. dispensary question i la not,an the third precinct ,the logic of which is highways. tIt evening. An exceedingly dainty of tile corona r

issue in this campaign; that It has; been scarce apparent as it is bard to imagine must be admitted that Mr. Yarborough was served by Caterer C. W. VII, which will

m'thoroughly discussed and pow (that the the corporation interest voting with,the Is not in any sense a politician him very best style, the tables Thursday, June

liquor dealers and the W. C. T. U:, gen., people. Mr" Boggs, Et I Ii practically: and his platform wilt likely occasion the spread on the lower deck and will be served ,

erally throughout the State are opposing conceded, will curry everY other precinct active hostility of Dade's pap.seeking somely decorated with cocoanut-( to which ; :

r it, It maybe' considered dead, and that In: this. county,' except perhaps and pap-dlshuretng political leaders, but and flowers. The list of those Invlt d. Mr. ,

he.never hair:;seal does not favor dispensary Ojus, Mr. King's own precinct if the truckers, the roil growers and the included the following: Miss ) appointed chair

system for,Dade county which -e...- ,... business men of Dade want a practical ough, Mi. Miller, Miss, Anthony, I : and toastm&ater.
county be :expects to represent.' Mr Bronx Screen Wire. and honest administration' of county Lucil*Crntchfield, Miss May Davis, : not been finally

Bogg expresses himself,,unqualifiedly .l1alra, 'Lbey should give Mr. Yarborough Clarke of Daytona. Miss Koch, tbat there 'n
;;
In favor of local, option,which U government Just received larg assortment of /: their active support and: thus Gottrean Miss Virginia the President
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by the people, the fundamental genuine. Pompeian Bronte- Screen Wire help bring about a' change In the lamentable Mill Pay Miller, Miss Lamping and King, the Brit-[ ,
Cloth 16 aid 18 m .h. This is the only Don Messrs. State of Amer. '
.
rd -v principle of Democracy. Ute of affairs that now pre J. C.Morris It P. I :.
kind of screen wire cloth that is absolutely Don C. town and
'i .Mr. Boggs Is I a freak'appearing man, vails. J. Morris Frank C. town
and one meeting hint and conversingwith proof against rust or corrosion. ,_... 'a' -.-.. S.-Anderson: Murray Aultman, > ,"e.nalealt1

him, can have no doubts as. to his Write for prices' ''G. PI Paddiiou Bait Mr,F< W. Chat man, of Delray, 'U,a Brown, B. Ii.Rhodes F.J. Railcy, program off g
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sincerity, Integrity"''Had firm adherence Gallic, Pla.,, (13( a t .. visitor in town.. today M. Pope and Marvin H. Pope, this Instrumental occasion. is J '


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TflE> TROPICAL SUN. map to, register, and seeing the no-- time v>oa a precedent for tlw action '
bob'*'fsg/! wrote in a flourishing of the Dado County Committee. But: Everybody's Column. BRING 08 A FEW

iy t floater Paper of Dade County; Florid. hand. "Mark. Bartleaon and Valise." upon being shown that the Stat, -=_-::----,__ DOLLARS

The millionaire,it is said,never regis Committee were elected by the (State I ? ,

TROPICAL SUN PUBL1SHIHQ/ COMPANY tered again with his valet after: his Convention specifically'for' the terra WANTED.. ._- Jo exchange for a .

;t. HARRY L. BROWN MANAOgB.UnLJM name. Strange to say, he has Mince of four years, 'tans bat the State WANTED-AdRNTS ht aU towns .- .
y T ,
wUere\ we are not GASOLINErBLUE
Vii, / IVIHV PAIOAY.'a lost all of bis money,several millions. ;Platform. prdvlded for'the election ol f Write for'agents' tern,9. Address represented.,Ml- ,, ,. U; I
.WIIT PALM .IAOM DAD*COUNTY.fLORIDA and poor Mark was murdered at the new State,Committee in the Pri- pml5teaal Laundry. JQH. C. I/Igeour, : 0\,i Olli'" ,
FLAME'
{? SUBSCRIPTION PRICE!, $2.00 A YEAR.! Miami and his slayer ia 'In the penitentiary mary In 1904, whereas t the Dade Proprietor., 5 9 tf' STOVE;.

for life. County County Committee wore 9 FOR SALE, ,___ ALL SIZE$. t1LL PnioEti'

Entered at the Poetofflc of Welt Palm Beach elected specifically for only two yearn: ALL HIOHT.
.. PUREE FINE MULES'; In good con. }
aecoadoeta. matter. The Gainesville Sun is above all te soya; he boli.veu tula explanation JL diUoil A bargain-:' Address Air.' A large supply of!;-cooking uteneifaespecIftllV

FRIDAY JUNE SO, 1001.: things, patriotic, when .it says: wlll'induce a reconsideration by the M. A. Groom. .Ilaml,I Fla.,. ..../_'..Jr3.l.1t.r j f of uee 'On 'oil v

"The Floridian whQ cares nothing County Committeo, and the, election GOOD ALL-ROUND WORKHorse ancj gasoline! ..toveaW. ..

How the political pod does boil I about making a. show and appreciates thlsye8I' of a new ''committee; aD'ittbat bytes, standard for sale,bred.and otia W.,loncy P.' Hatch drivIng '

a good ,time! will summer, in be will, try to >procure! such eU.'I' S 9 If :

A race being wo odin deadly Florida-this miner. If lid desiresto action. FOR RENT.WE "i? ,. nATeI11TT'Sx

: earnest at Carbondale, Ill rest and enjoy himself a trip of a If you think tball' the use of# this .- ., i141149111191149flP14tP14141P4414411911l144P44114fl11141141

few miles tp some of Florida's famous letter will to anyway assist in bringIng :-' Cottages HAVE TWO for rent elegant for nent Lake' season View, --, ..... ,. I,

friend Mark! insists Henna,thoj writing t; he to Is personal not to be will afford springs him or all a trip the pleasure to the coast; rest fair about!and) peace satisfactory and harmony; primary! and in,a one furnished.JV r$6oo Po and*es one lon for given'700 November; completely I. '' '''''! ''' '''''''''' ''' ''''' ''''4.941.4' ,94491!['''


:)' f.. considered in any s 1'1 se a candidatefor and recreation he is looking tor. Dude County, you are authorized by lorjthe Also,aurauicr one furnished;; $1$ per Cottage niontli., 7 rooms, '

the nomination for President in Still there are some people who like Mr. McDonald: and; me to so use it.> Tropical Real[ Estate Exchange, u' ; .
t 100-4." to have the distinction of going to Mr. McDonald has read this letter 4 Id 03 tf W.' I. Metcalf, Mgr. == "Somethln Swell ,' : ;
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s the mountains, pod they will do so and approves of it unreservedly. BIDS WANTED. '
Florida's cup of happiness is now v -----'----, :s'
even if they cannot afford to put up Yours.truly, ,. '
'PHE BOA RD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
complete. President' Roosevelt has at a. $4 week boarding house (Signed; ) JM BARBS. JL .
per Invite prompt bids for I{ 'want lie ...
to
you ..trlctlyup.tthe: minute ...
signed the river and harbor bill, and while there." the transportation of pupils between E '

the appropriations for deep waterways The recipient of the above letter, "MatJKonia Lake Worthy Palm Beach and ". HERB IS A TIP. Let unmake you one
West Palm Beach, five days week, ; '
per of
are now available from intimate our very jStylisU ,
,
more S
acquaintancewith eight months. None but reliable .
Over DO per cent. of the hard coal par'ties ', .. .
the methods 'tactics with safe boats of ...
:\ and of the ample accommo. .
that mined in the world in produced in the dations, need The Board Jstives == ,", ,
f ; Floridians should be thankful t i coterie who control the Democratic apply. re .
present
visited United States, where the totaldutputin -' the right to reject any or all bids. .-Norfolk 5 w
has not been
this fair state
1901 was 58,819,02(1( tons. The Committee of this county, did Further infor..atlollmay be obtained e Suits. .
by such death-dealing and destructive not share the absolute, confidence from any member( tbe Board or Z. T. ,
average price at the mine. is about Merrill, Superintendent. Buena Vista, o'
storms as have spread sorrow E ,' .
expressed by ita writer in the possibility Florida. tf .
$2.50 A ton for prepared sizes, constituting J6 '
and desolation in many other statesof about two-thirds ol the of securing Justice by negotia SCI At 12.00, '$15.00 and $2 ::00, making tnem from fineS :
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Union. The week closing TRAINED NURSES
the Just
has been to the standard of output, and about $1.25 for the tion. But no patriotic citizen Could ? Casslmers, Cheviots and TweedsThey' look. decidedly djf) v '

fully up weeks in small coal, which would indicate an refuse an overture towards harmony. TRAINED NURSES can be obtained E: ''ferent In STYLE and CHARACTER: to .the' ordinary ready=\ ;;
some of the eventful May rlstles were smoothed," nn 'inter- or postal addressed toChurch. E'towearj! .
outside value for the to'tal production Home and Hospital Orlando, /
view was arranged between )Mr. lie- Florida. iaitfEDUCATIONAL. == ..
in this country of 110,580,895. Terms jig perweek. .5-- ,, .,
The city council of Bar tow has This does not equal in value the gold: [ 'l Donald and myself. Concessions were == ?

I passed an ordinance prohibiting the and silver money coined by the mintsof cheerfully made by my friends to the = Having placed your order for 'the suit, step over to( ._ 1,

sale of fireworks within the city Jim the United States in 1001, namely,, beautiful phantom of harmony, and ARE) YOU A PROGRESSIVE S= our Furnishing Good 'Department and select one of' our flue P r4il.1j,Ill ,; ),;,

its. Bartow is constructed mostly 1135,882,250, and eeems relatively), in return the promises conveyed in Elocution, Aesthetic, or ambitious Physical student Culture or of = imported Alabras Neglegee Shirts, at #1.00. ::''

t of frame buildings and the city small when compared with the resources the Barrs letter were reiterated, and Oratory? The New York School of .

1 fathers think that fireworks are dan- of the largest institutions In asseverated with an emphasis,and,, a eminent Expression Delaarlian, Genevieve, and Stebbios F. Townsend, the H Our great STRAW HAT VALUES are the.talk of', .11 7

a gerous to the community in the the country, such as the Mutual Life :, solemnity that would have softened South-rick Principals. Summer session g= the town.

hands of the average small boy. Insurance of New York with assets a grindstone. Representation shouldbe at Monteagle: Tenn. Address until '

granted us on the board of inspectors July 1st, 318 West 57th Street, New \
of over $352,000,000, and the Penn- York.
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1 "Why don't you comb that cowlick sylvania Railroad, with a capital of! ; the County Committee should | S. SCHNEIDMAN
; rescind 1 Its former edict and allow the .
.] ? said Senator Mallory, of Florida -, over $203,000,000. ,

laughingly to one of the pages,, people a chance: to. vote for their successors g ,Merchant Tailor Gruber Block West'palm Beach '
of fairness g j POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSfooooooooooooc ,
guarantee
i ; every !
A whose hair was standing straight;; SAMPLE OF GOOD FAITH ((1))
"some of those days your wife will EDITOR Tnoricu Sum should be given; thecommlttee should JiiliiJilllllil1'lliliil1il1iJ1iJill1iJii! llU1111111111111tIIi11111111biClfUftKIfAII11T'k '

take hold of it and pull out your Enclosed please find a. letter which meet and inaugurate the grand era For'the' Legislature. "

hair" The boy glanced up at the may serve to amuse and perhaps Instruct of harmony which Mr.McDonald con '.. .
2j
The friend of Mr A. A. JIOOOS ol Co- k"
,
Senator's very bald pate. "Senator," the public in regard to the eidered so essential to the interestsof ronnnt: Grove, hereby annaunt him aa aGiMidltJatn ., .

be asked, "is that the way you lost present p&liticallituatlon- the county. County; ,Florida for the, mibJucD/LeylMlature to tile action from( of ilade tbe 'a

your hair?"-Washington Post. :Well, the committee 'haw met'and Damot'ratlo primaries West Palm Beech, June.SO. 100:1:
Headquarters State Democratic Com S
mittee, Jacksonville Fla., Jane, has violated every one of 'these: pled To the Democratic Voter of Dad County;

,; The attention of The Tropical Sun 1902. ges. We were denied the poor boono for I hereby lie re.entativeolDadeCounty.eubieetto announce myself' a* tilt action of the Democratic Primaries: '
( the board of
'
one representative
has been called to an advertisement A. A. Boggs, Esq., on UHAHARI VT. KINO. V rw "

It that has been running for some time Cocoanut Grove, Fla.: inspectors at- West Palm Beach. It I WEEKS Ado

w' )in the Jacksonville Times-Union and Dear SirMr.. J. A. McDonald refused even to dlscllJII.the matter of For- Tax, Assessor. P (;t .";

Citizen setting forth the advantages ,Hiving: the Democracy Dade an opportunity Td the Democratic Voter* of Dade County :
1t called to see me socially this evening, t .
-6 and beauties of West Palm Beach I to select its own leaders. hereby announce iny&jlf aa a> candidate We told that we had for the exclusive '
as for personally we have been friendsfor lo the oeleeof Tax Aasesmr.uhlect to the you arranged : ; sale
"t a "cottage city. Attached to this some and to ]it[ left the bars down for the Repab-* actloa of the Democratic rrlmarlea. of a particularly famous, brand of Butter Quite a number I '
we got .
years talkingover
It. M SMITH.
t r advertisement is the name of "Wil- the Dade County situation. I I titans of the 3d Precinct to swamp of people have tried this butter, and every one who' does so, ,
I the; Democratic Primary there. .To the Democratic Voter of Dada Countyi becomes a steady customer th retor,
mon Whilldin, mayor, etc. It's np told him that I bad advised you,and After eararul conxlileratlon' I offer my r
,to Mayor-elect Burkbardt to send in This action is of no particular: importance self. aa n candidate fur the olllca of Tax AaHOHeor IT ABSOLUTELY PUBS BUTTER, ,and that is tir
F _
that ., t
to make
you were going an attempt of Dade County aubjoct to the action ort y
as concerns the'actual conduct emocratlo hard toget, unless you know where. We know where.1 It ,
fresh copy and have the ad. iirliiiarltuf. and I rtMtpeiitftilly ;
changed to get all of the Democrats of ;
of the primary. We have rights the support of my frlenda throughout' costs
,; Dade County to agree,,; upon satisfactory and have never wavered in our determination -, thy Bounty; OBO. B. AI>AM .ft.. .tm. ni..u.uu>fh ..h ua.. .c._.v.>-.... uuD...\ .1..>..... ".u"n.A__, 1 leuo..xua.o_ __ __. _" you.___ '
.
The Census Bureau figures'thatthearea terms of holding the Primary in sell it file % '
Rc to enforce them if For Treasurer at the same price ae ordiury'kfnd.. 35 'cents '
of the United States and its insular compliance with the State Call and neces a pound. 3 pounds for /LOw ,' .
: w.
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sary. We have laws and means Of' To tile Democratic voter of Dade County: ;>I
k4 possessions aggregates 3,690- the Primary Election Law .
includingthe f herebv announce myself a* a candidate .
r, 822 square miles, which makes it acting as Deputy Supervisor of securing their observance. We hope d i ton the office of County Tmaaurer: eiibjxct; to Finest Groceries > .
L. : BUKKHABDT '
not too to thE the action of the Democratic J'rluiarlon to be e. "
confidently have
; fifth among the nations of the earth Registration; by 'the persons named e beiaju\ .1IItl>. J :W *

in territorial size. Great Britain by the County Committees and the primaries honest, Democratic an n"U f KHSON. It ivill pay you to purchase our Coupon Bpoks I '. 'r' '; > .. .. ,.
harmonious but dete'mloedto I To the votes ot Dad.:
we are "
leads with 11,2::>8,277 square miles; serving as Inspector of persons that thereby ''''I' '
.have,them honest and Democratic annonnca ray retirement front tbe r''
Russia sacond with raoefor Treoiinrer ol Dada County and 1 In "
of
comes an area be *
may agreed as
upon mutually In any event. Nobody will the doing .o would rdlully thank thorn who 1'( ,'"/" ,
8,644,100 square miles; China third, satisfactory by the candidates.I : pay had kindness an Intention : ", for ., ;= ; ,;, SH
least attention to theabsurd attempt t their I Mj reasons lor .f.oJI'If':: are
with 4,234,910 square miles, and am convinced that he will use his of business nature. ; ; : "
France follows with 3,944,002square utmost influence to this end, and he of the County. Committee to go on Very; ":1r.tf1'l!; .;rbo8TEn. Brufer a the terra iortheSensofi '
miles. will also try to have the County Com controlling party after its 'v4;: ;' ; ".r,
has expired. A new committee will I To the votenof Dade Conutjr; : 2 "S'.i'
mittee re-convene and take the necessary I hereby announce my; retirement from the Datura Street, Near the Lake. Front : < :
be elected on the 15th of July and i it, taa for County .
Secretary II. P. Brauning of the action ; ; Treasurer and In doing; <> ,
whenever the candidates wish to*ay my motive In to sexist In bar.
; Donrd of Trade is with will take charge. And means will be t monlilnir the prevent. political Bltuatlon,and Transient Rates Reasonable ;
now supplied will
and by west'S :
get
c x? together agree on inspectors found ( defeat frauds -Which not from any fear of wing. defeated. .ot Special Rates the :>; l to
,
j the requisite stationery for the trans- etc. Mr. McDonald tells me, any I ..I: do not. aHMiiiue that 1 would have beenlUcunHliil. "
without '
,,, action of the business in connection and I feel sure be will so act, that he may be attempted. of THY I friend: : and myeulfbutthis upeclal: effort:on expected the part, II GOOD HOME COOKING ,:, : ; ,
and I '
5 But boware we explain the broken conHldered mychance equal with .
my 1 1E'AT
5 with this EXCELLENT '
Important office. .The let- desires peace and .harmony in Dade opponent'*. o TABLE SERVICE j
.
ter heads set forth in detail the pledge? Is It merely another instance f wtoh to aSHure my friends that I fully ap YOUR SUNDAY '
? many County and a fair and honest; 'Pri predate" they have done for me, and niy DINNERS AT BRUNER COTTAGE '> ...
excellent features of the of bad faith on the part of the I action In thin matter I I. with the I..t of fi-vl ; '
"Cottage; mary, and that considers that thisIs lua.and J ..
trtiat
will prove to be to the ben ,
ex-Chairman of the Committee T Or Interest of the whole MRS. IDA M. BRUNER % ,
City, and give valuable information absolutely necessary for the welfare people In tbl campaign: Prop, .: ,
to those who receive them from time of Dade boa the Committee, after a. career of I __ J. E. I.UMMDS. .>' .
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County, of all the ;
peopleot '. .. .
in to time answer and to throughout inquiries about the country West thA Democrats Dade County, and especially. I at abject, lust niibserviency ventured to to disobey his demands? ,The, For Tax Collector. ........... .. ......................-.......a>.*)a).*)a)..-0a)-' 4'' &' ,

Palm Beach. of Dade County. former supposition is,,the more prob To the Democratic Voter of Dade County: New!, Furnished Throughout .. Rater btea p.* o.y .* .. .
Now I feel sure that if you will goat hereby announce myself" a* a-.candidate. : -. spaelal R.taa tu.ak" oil Month'
by
!;, able; the latter the more interesting. for the position of Count) Tax Collector,*ubloct :
itjn a pacific, friendly way, with to the action of the Democratic Prima ., .1
As we understand that Mr.Graham no.brlstlee induce I leave the riddle to be guessed at by rleetobeheldluly. ; lath next and reepect, THE ..,
you can your op- fully requeue the support and vote of 5- 55
Iingcandidate: for Representative the public.I friend. -111DS. J. UAKOKK.!:roy '5
ponents to smooth down their bristles j
claims he is not the will take this opportunity to Commercial Hotel "i ja
S corporation candidate and meet you in a friendly way flay For: Member of School Board : > ;
we herewith give a. list of his and arrange for a .fair and honest a few words as to my attitude on the .
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;;;
." campaign committee. As the gentlemen primary Dispensary question, concerning I hereby announce tnyaelt a candidate for : CLEMATIS AVENUE NEAR .. I
satisfactory to all, and if membership on the County School Hoard of JEFFERSON BLOCK :
comprising: this committee are which I have been so. Industriously Dade County subject to the action of the "e
you can do this, you will have effected Democratic PrlmarUm. "

personally unknown to us, we simply a better work for all interests in misrepresented in West Palm Beach Weat Palm Beach, Kla JAM. U, MCQIMI.KT.' :. 0. W. SOHMID Proprietor :e. r''

S 5t give: their names and leave it to the Dade County than often falls to theo The Is hardly an Issue e
campaign
readers of the People's Paper t lot. of man to do. in this as the opposition! For County Commissioner.. : Special Attention to AH Rooms Lighted : '

judge for themselves. Here's the list: Mr. McDonafil to it throughout the State has been To' '
the Democratic :
says that he recog- voter*of Darta County: : Travelling Men
J. M. Owens, Paymaster for J. A. nies the right of so strong as.to' cause its promotersof I hereb offer myself; a, candidate for .t With Gas :
challenge etc. '
t as Connty Commissioner from the fifth district, .'
I McDonald. provided in the Primary Law. I ,two ;years ago to drop its advocacy Dada County :aubject to the action of the : Free Sample Room

{ Senator E. N. Dimick. ready to do' to am so that it {fs certain not to'be 'beanpport Demoeratld-PrlmarlMr.of myrfende; and throughout rexpectfnlly auk the. ...vtrif........ .*. .:
anything assist ..............
you ..
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: .i........
? B. B.-Tatum, Editor Miami Metro in this work. Mr. McDonald Is emphatic seriously pushed in the coming session onnty: n. v. JJllOWN. I:: ........e" :

polis.II. that' the provision for revising of the Legislature. In the second For school Commissioner. .e

F, Atkinson, Attorney at Law. l place, I believe in leaving the matter To'the friend of EdliratliUti' I
the
; Registration List {is intended f hereby offer myself a* 0 candldat for the THE
W. A. Filer Chairman absolutely at the fttce of nchoor coramlvuloner for the 'aecondilHtrluty TRRYELERS
t County. Executive solely to give you and :your friendsan local( option of the Dade county, and ask that tbe ;
Committee. to have several counties. The people of each joneat support. of uiy follow Democrata.be .
opportunity
any unfairness accorded/ >e at the
n coming
p John Sewell, Member Board of to you in the registration county are the best judges of their JAUKH I):ahARKIS. ---- NEW MAW Q/ MENT-- __ J
cor West Palm' Bearb, Fla.
n County Commissioners.The own needs, anjshoald be allowed : > .
rected, and this seems to be a.reasonable to MRS. N. F. GARCIA
construction, and that the right decide with a free baud as between For Comity CoHunltsloner. Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla.
Savannah New. describes prohibition license and At the reqneetof'manr tax payer and
one [ to challenge voters at the election dispensary. rarer.[ who desire a chantre In the membertl : .
of the late Mark Bartleson's Jokes on will be recognized Mr. McDonald I should not favor any bill which .t, Commissioners from this district" I have on the: coneented Board of Counr -. Electric l Lights, Electric Bells, Baths,Complete) Service. {
to
al.!
a traveling: millionaire. The man also regrets the action of the sought to deprive them of this freedom I..>w' my name to go. before the Democratic The Best, $3.00 per day Hotel in
County primary: ot July' tstb, and If elected, I pledge ; Florida.
registered at the Windsor Hotel, of choice. to look afterstsI lutvrent thin l Tax car aftha Union Depot
Committee In deciding to hold over trl.t. of din- and a>k the Conductor! to stop at Ilia ,
a* well TranI. .
** those of other part of lt:
Jacksonville, as Mr. -and-8o and and says the Committee were under Very respectfully, ,, connty; reconnlw. that the proportion the of .

.5 5 valet. Mark, who was one of the the Impression that the, State ,Committee A. A. Bones I kaunty.taxea:title ;them to paid aniuaoouMlderatlon,by North D.da I cltliena In the en- .

most Irrepressible practical Jokers of having made no provision for Ft., Luuderdale,Jone 17th'; 1902."Walkover" \) building of, and Hood It road elected and, will other use pobllelinprovemente ray; belt.

the traveling fraternity, was the next the election of their ."orCH to that end. SUBSCRIBE
successors this Sboctf-ANTHONY BROS..xrt. ,* W..t Palm Beach,tia.M.; .J.vARBORo Gzy. FOR THE SUIf(:





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THE TR9PIC a 8UN i WEST )r.At. 3EAC' B... I'c.QRIDA.; FRIDAY, JU.NB '20. .l03.rl Ii '8'

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NEWS OF THE: CALL I persona are Otherwise 'legally qual- IJEAIE11
fled). .E''GRUBER 1N IHARD-W I ARE:

OUTSIDE WORLD For Democratic Primary Flecttoi The following named persons are ,
"CRObKFtY:
hereby appointed.Registration Of and vy
In Dado County, Fla. Ulcers for .said primary, to wit : '
I terns.,of Interest Boiled Down and < 1 W. I ; i
,' ,.., Precinct N6. :$: Stypraan.' UEn '
t
Til'U n"I.II' Ii
Prepared!: ? ,for Busy Readers. .A Democratic Primary Election Product No. t, W. L, Wld'meye'r.Preoiact ,. a

.. of- No. JV S. .Bobo- >eau.PreelnetM ..;... Kinds w wq
.Record of
a Week. l la hereby called to-be' held In- Dade : B, .Lyman.._ ;:All,, ; Boat ,Goods..

i/ County, Florida, in each and every Preclnct-'N67: ;5, I. H. Mu'lon.Precinct"No. "fegatei'qudnhyel..uudrfe.'{ ; r ftt.re*.Ttaware, lioor) *,Sa.h .nit BttadAlfKfndg ;

;:.Two light earthquake shocks were precinct .thereof, on Tuesday; July 6, J.' W. Umstead. .. : .. Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods
felt throughout the State of.Oregon, on 16th> 1902, and on Tuesday,August.!. ; Precinct No.7, Frank StranahaD.'j .
.O.ollnaetovk : oilStoves.k
.,_"Monday.! 12th, 1902, for the J purpose l of nominating ''j I Precinct No, 8; J. W.'Ives. J. t Gla.iilwlreLemp..d nteru IflinneKeroMii.. Harrison Jlro.' weedy Mi I..d\ t Iut s,
''" '".\'Alesender City, Ala.} was almost -enJtlrely candidates for thtf' following Precinct',No. 9, II. Lv Mitchell. :" i '" "' Mall Orders .to I v.u 1rnuipt! Attention! no&,7 1S
:; gamed offices to be voted"for In KV-John'u'Precinct '
: ly,4e.troyed. fire last Fr Way. The Preolnct.'No.
+( ,toes reaches'f 730,000; No' people '}",ar' the general election' which r lei to-lie No. 11, W. 'Albu'ry.\ .'" ratio Executive Committee'of .the .14AAAWVV A ..4JA.AAAAQ4AAAA44AAAAaAAAAAAA'l

'Ik1Ued. held on.. tha'ttrst' Tuesday? In' Nov Precinct No. 12, E. C.; TwIdelU.,\.. .c-unty'Bliall' CattVaaa( ,' declare'and! j
e'' ember, A. D. 1902, to wit ., :' W. HKlfa.: w BBtiABWELf., M. D.., X'h7Rlcln and Allrpod
A terrific rain It shalt'be'tha'daty'ofouch: Reg'- the re.ults'as"'eqillted' -
storm ertlfy
accompanied by Senator by'law.and '
4 Qne United States Beglatered I'bin'iun'cUt,ufllce lu l>ru Store.
1 t a very severe electric display swept One'Representatlve In Congress, l Iration!, 'bfficfers 'to 'register all 'tlie Call Of the'Democratic I :

' acmes the city of Chicago: last Sunday. Scjbond Congressional[ Dl trt.( whit Democrats wbo'haU'' apply Executive Committee of ''the State' : JdOTT! 'CITY ;'PHARMACY'
'GE '
Three churches were struck, one of them.. One Justice'' of the Supreme 'for' such who ''are1' at" the time of of,Florid \ "

a being; tot destroyed. '6n person Court, 'v uch- appllea lo'i',. ':wilt l>e- entttld -: The Candidate receiving' a"efaor-, "IiEn" t :& 'Dltc: b,+i LL "Proprietor.
s was killed\ One' Secretary of State. 1. Under the State Election Law, Ity of 'all the votes shall be de-! i
The Canadian Pacific Railway inaugurated One Comptroller. t o"I be': ieg'isferd'fot\.the-'liext' general blared\ tlie'h6tnlnee: 'provided, that;

s its Imperial Limited train service Two Railroad Corn msa1onere.( election. That 'said 'Registration a second 'primary, ,'when ';necessary ;
y t r vast Saturday..T e trald (la tojvalte the One Member .of the House of fflcers shall require'' each''' person to choose'between"the two highest! '' iIl
I' In ReJiable Med i s'jaad d Chcmi icals ;
'Dealers
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run from Montreal to Vancouver'la Representatives. / who shaU'make'npplication for regtratlori andidates where nomination; shall\ .
& to' declare on his 'honor Dit have' been'made 'by majority!
"' ninety-seven hour The equipment,IB One County Surveyor. .. ; r
ell hat. he 1 Is'entUTeJ( 'to )be registered l vote in the first'primary' 'election,,; '. .
new. One Tax Assessor. A PULL LINE! OK-, ..0// ; ,,5
Tax' '-' nder'the general election lave of shall beheld on Tuesday, 'the 12th '
'' years A young Old man jumped, probably from the twenty-seven Brooklyn! One One County Collector.Treasurer. he'State and' that he...wlll vote' for day of August, A. ;p., ''1902,' and, at Perfumes, '''Rubber Goods. ,
: '
and support the' 6omineee'of'anbh! such primary eledtldn 'only' such; Cigairs and
bridge Sunday night. IIe-was a passenger Five County Commissioners. ; : Toilet! Articles, x
'Members primary! both State and County+, erccto s'as were"quallHed 'to' Vote'ttt
on a bridge: car, and suddenly leaving Three of the County and Stationery! Tobacco ,
themselves if the 'fjrat"primary'electl'oa< shall bey'e'rmfUed
-who-'pledge or
t his neat- he rushed (or the railing Board of Public Instruction.! .
Ol Justice- of the Peace In and challenged pledge themselves on ,to vote. | !2-ltt WEST PALM Il1 .cJt.
I and leaped to his death. 7 RALM" BLOCIF y ,
; KRlchland der oath to support'thehoalneefe* Except: as hereiabe l foreprovld'ed'i ,,
for District No's 1, 2, 3, 4, C, 6, 7,' 8,,
Ga.,, about forty miles trom of &al\l'\ PrirnarTElection. i<1 primaries'shall be conducted amen.V.iYVYVV, 'Vi..ey.i.'v.r.iiyr..y.TY .
9"LO; 11 and 12. .
Columbus, was visited by a severe electrical Said Registration officers'shalleep In accordance with the "primary -
In for District C
One Constable and

storm Monday .vaf ternootu: J. M. their at; 'aw'' and tho1 election lowof /
bookfl open the.'poli general ,
,Jlurleyp prominent' peach"merchant, No's 1, 2,3,41,.1),6,7) ,. 8,9..10. ,, lug place In each'election "precinctn State. now'in.f' 11 and 12.
was Instantly: killed by lightning. 'Mathdom' the 12th;; 13th and' 14th days of W.'\A. FILER
Such Prlmwry[ Election shall beheld "Florida and 'W stern Meats! i'oultry, Game and Eggs.
and '
dwellings.A ,
done to stores ''
was 'the
ge ofthis June A. D., 11102, between Chairman Democratic 'Ex. Committee .
4n each of the 12 precincts '
cloud-burst la Vermont Sunday County.between the hours of hours of I 9) A. M. to 12 M.'and 1 r.rf.. of Dade County., Mail Orders I celv. Careful Attention. t ..

1 evening washed outseveral sections eight A.'M, and sundown, and the to6PIM. Attestk ar-fvo, Jefferson Block, WEST ?ALM BEACH.
I -of track:, on the Central Vermont Rail- following named'places for holding All persons "so. registered\ 'Il.lh/ S. L. PATTERSON, Secretary. ,/ "

.road. At a-jpolut pear Middlesex,.. inch .election, 'and the following for the purpose of said p primary ..... i
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freight train ran into a washout and the pained inspectors and clerks to election! be (deemeil to' be' lawfully a 1 t 1 '

t'a, engineer, fireman: conductor Jmd/ twO :conduct\ the same are. hereby named registered, unless their name or J. HCGIIiLEY ft : CO.
brakemen- were'killed-,; and appointed by 'the' Executive. ames' shall be stricken 'from. 'such :West'Palm'Beacli h

V The Trench revenue cutter 1/?Algle Committee, to-wlt: ilst.s'as hereinafter provided. '"Said( \ ,

touched at.Roseau, bland of Dominies: Precinct No. 1, polling place, Registration officers shall, not; later : .Strictly' ''First-Class: '.. 4
and' reported that while pasSag'St. 'public school1'' houso ; Inspectors, .ban June 20tli, A. i>.;,1902 deliver' Town ,LotsA S

Pierre...Martinique, at a o'olock'Satar- .W. J. Dyer, Ben Parks, Morris such registration'' books to ,the -
;y day morning, an eruption occurred froM Johns ? clerk C.. W. lUoPber ou'. Chairman of this Committee, ,wl osban
Lt Mont Felee,'and that a quantity of volcanic Precinct No.< 2, polling place,, calla meeting of, thlsj' Com. cash ) gr.ftntetl.pn all sales,, of 'Window 'Shades
.matter settled upon the Teasel' school house ; inspectors, Harry m It tea' on laid, last mentioned 'date lots {or $800-and under; over $800, draperies,. .
.decks, although he was ten miles DuBoIs,' William Lamb,,, E. C. Miller to,\'evlse'such."' 1 lists' ; that 'In .$case I 5- per Cent tot cash.1VAi.LA'CE /
'clerk 'John' 11. Grant. any dames, are ,'stricken"fpmsuchists ( Wa11ers ,
distant from the land. ; ,> ,
'hf
; U
k Precinct No. .3, polling place,, that; such names be'publlshedor pi iES, i I I.
-'? A Manila! of the sergeant, two corporals; and,, four. T. DeBerry-Joel A.Dean and JohnB newspaper tn'the Countyfr giving 1t

rJ privates of the Fifth,cavalry, who were .- Reach!;; clerk; J.''. Berges otlce"!that this Committee shall 'Enamel 'Goods'Preight

'captured May 30, by Ladrpnes at( BinauKoan. Preclnctr-No. 4, polling/ plaoe\Jim 1 meet'on'July 5th, A. D.', '1962, to ,AGFENCY fi
4 '
4.4 ( Rizal province have'been re Potter's packing hllse inspectors,, reinstate any of such persons; so 'Prepaid AnyWhere. in, Dade County
'
covered. Most of them had been hewn VLSK Murray" J., W. Porter and trlckenj, If la Lhelr'' 111
r limb from limb, and four of the deadly George Lyman ; clerk! II. II. Wilkinson. same' should' be'done, at 'whiCh'said I-ITr 4
men\ it was impossible to recognize.: ,, 'meeting all'persons stricken and --1.

K JMf) .:... e marriage of' Miss\ Mabel "Jlauna, Precinct...No. ,{>, polling place. all candidates' are hereby I Igvited'toattend. ; :PLANT ,COMPANY -.:-.,.
1.iVj t 'i:;5rSTIKitei Of senator and far*. M.VtWi. north end of railroad depot; inspectors Said Committee. shall at r1--------- !

? 5 ., r $,-. '? r7 tp-51r.. Harry Pursons",, of ,?. Pederson, R. G. Tasker,, such meeting tnake'up a list of all br'Kittrell ''N. CRAYONS. .. .0 WATER.COLORS.RESLBR l
/d Cleveland\ ,, took place Monday after. and L. C. Lyman ; clerk'W G.. egJstered electors shown' by" the / C. .
+ m noon,at 'the "Banna residence-_ Cake; Carl /' aid 'registration 'lists and by the '" ,

1 Avenue. Bishop Leonard, of the Episcopal Precinct No.6, polling place, registration 'books of the County. STRAWDERUY!: PLAIITS'Cabbage 'Rr 'n1\IRO 13. '

'..' Church performed the ceremony. Hardy's ,store( ; 'inspectors, J. I. or Incase such books cannot ,
.t i Only the closest frlends'of the Hanna Hardy! Jos W; Pearoe and C., E. be procured for the purpose of .. Tomato aa
w:" b .. and Parsons families were present, Halle ; clerk Z. Covender. making up sub list' then the list of ARNAfluN PINKS "Pboto'gtta1J1)ep..
D Precinct No.7. polling place registered voter a'as published prior A. Bpecinfty.We .
l: ,, Judge Silas Robinson, of the Supreme the last election I shall be "
to general
Stranabaiffl hall Inspectors A. j Plaosfor, "CLEMAT
:AVENUE
handed"down decision ; handleItoaea and Flowering !J
IiJ.i "", ;Court, has a < ]" solving the Injunction which restrained Bryan Bracknell ;. clerk, W. 6.!; "Valentine. urnlshed the inspectors of each pre tih.re of;O\l"p tr6tiage noUaltcd. Opposite. :Masonic-Temple. $
.1 the executors of H. B. Plant's 'will' fromemovingtlte$17ooocootruetfnadfrom In the No, '3MIL'ollDeRs PROMP'TIV FlUtED
Precinct No. 8, polling, place, R. duct; County. person '
'
!oo'Ji.' 'such lists .. ..JiANKC U'JI:. We'st' Palm Beach Fla.
":(i! TTh'e E. McDonald's store"; Inspectors, except those shown on Addr. f' $
p...9', '': .,., ": Connecticut<: thersoootgacywhlchCharlesIfoadley to New York, decision John A.-Harp, A. Sloane and John hall bfr'entitled to' vote' at'or parIclpate (.n-tf P.0.Box &... West Palm Beaoh Pta .----:_- _. ----.
'. xcepts W. Wofford ; clerk, C. P. Bull., in such 'primary 'election.In .
:. ",' of Waterbury. Is entitled to as ;
'. Precinct. No. .9, polling place,, case any ottne'above named
; ,'.' representing, his children.. -- ilofat'avid'.tore ; inspectors, P. partlee'eball"refuae'toabt, 'or-for '.AVIAL I.lD aaaaaaAaalaal'C.'G.'Von'SCHOELER (I. A. GALE .. ,, C. C. i3UTTREIX ,

..During a gale Sunday ,sfternooa, A|> W.- Mefritt, Paul llatthansand uy'r 'ason "are "unable 'to 'act' as 1 yt

fbnr Martin, aged t twenty-onej: Beatrice ,Raymond[ Burr ;II clerk, E. F.' .,I Registration officers* then the Cam. / ;I| ;MANGONIA BOATWORKS

,olt Abraham, aged fourteen, and!Norma lat. ., ._ .a paign Committee is hereby author. ,
'il ? Abraham.,.aged seven, were drowned in :Pie.clnct! No., .lO, polling place, zed to,app'oink a proper person to W tchmjikeriaiid C. C.. CUTTRELL, lfanaget'Shipwright .
d. ti Lake,Huron I by; the overturning of a city! hall; Inspectors, Dan Cob-. fill such Va ancy. .
? Caulker
..,..- rowboat
,' .:7ro} .,..The accident .witnessed; by a olson..cl.rk', Jt n. RaSUy. hall make application, setting MARINE
mnnTberwf' people, but the storm was so Preclnct"No. 'llpolllng: place, forth the' "flToe for, which they ARTISTIC RAILWAYS

I fierce that'no, help could reach the old'postofflce buildinginspectors, desire to run, by noon on.the 24th ENGRAVER .on .
1 young people. The storm'blew np"sujj- Jphn J. Hinson', 'Add few Hardie day of June, 'A. "n., 1902, to the WOOD' or METAL and Boat Shops. West side of Lake,

;r, ; denVy with the wind from,off the shore and W. D. Albury ; clerk. J. L Chairman'of tlitl' Committee, and at MANQONIA

r Dr. Frank Bright, his'father, 'Rev. T: Young. each Applicant, in order to''have ''PARLORIn Estimates, r J'nrnlshed.l, on New or Old. Work. ;

Bright, a Bapttst/jnluiater, and ,.C. D, ? Precinct No. 12, polling.place, ilsname, printed on the ballot tobe ZAPH'BLDLIK. I Vessels hauled out.and _taken care of for the Summer i
Y Wilkie, .. newspaper man'of Tlulnerfordtou Bro*" 'Moody'.. warehouse;; In. used at said primary shall ac Next door South of ,, .
S I. T. John 'd. bli application with 't.he SEMINOLE '1""""Air! Work Done With Neatness and
N<. C., were found guilty oC specters, Stephens company i HOTEL,. Dispatch.
the tnalla for fraudulent ; Stranhauser '.and W. A* Cooper; bllowing f ees: Entrance 'SEA SKIFFS 'SPECIALTY; u-j-oa
using purposes
: ""BEACtf FLA .: ii'' .' '
Clerk William Anderson. Kepresentatlver$2I : PALM >
WEST
after a trial of three days in the United r .
y' States 'District Court ''at Charlotte,N.,C: I All ballots shall be In accordance County Surveyor, |5. wbrkman.Clesning and! .
Bwrjentetl
(
The men indicted were at various times) with the provisions of the 'Tex Assessor, $60.' M,1telelrlog.klllfnll! .,.ne.. ,,!'10 tf ,0 oltoetokokoko.EoitoKokoROltot. njoitottoroRottoKatoKostostoKlr o
within,the past two years proprietors oft State'Election" Law, and shall be Tax Collector; $60. "TfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTbresforcf JC

_:.the 'mOll'Owens Cherry Tree Company, printed and distributed.und.f the County Commissioners Treaufer.$50.; each .$5. ; Truscdtt 'Boat M'i'g\ Co., i
County
Executive ,
v with headquarters at Ellenboro, N. C. Direction of'the Democratic
:The alleged..plan of operation was to Committee of this county, Members of the School Board, + feros. r CONSTRUCTORS OF Or
4 each $5. ,
employ by fcn,endless! chain letter: and one Clerk ,
agents Three Inspectors
.scheme at Sao per 'month./after $12 'or shall'hold the election In'each district Justice of the Peace, $1. Real Estate 'rand Insurance( .i High Grade Pleasure Craft 1
Constable
$1. ,
cherry trees bad 'bee II. ;lent In. The and sball serve for' both ,

alleged victims. of the company are;ald State and county primaries, reach The'Campaign''and distribute Committee"an fficialbanano shall PALM BEACH FLA.fotaty / Vapor Marine Motors. oo

of whom shall subscribe in writing prepare 'o J. D. C.. MOERIS: Agent o
of T>e weed :iat auoh primary '' ; ,
yethong to an. oath'that they and each Public 'C ttages: to'Rent -
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5- > !! them .will faithfully perform ,the accordance with the )general 1 West Palm"Beach, Florida,, .1
lection law 'and with The Call ot '
A r atjjo.ooo. duties of such inspectors and clerkin In the Democratic Executive Committee 8-1-1V01 Pfcitofllce, Fpluelaoa Wiildin'g.fJrfrth Hot I. 'olio'koieo7seko5eo>t i 5to>toitot.ossaisoo7so>toae>to7so toho7to7eoi.otaox

., Mlas Mary Custls 'X Central_Robert ;B. lee, ;-was taken into accordance .with the ,primary and t '' -
At the 'gtoaeof:; the 'polls' the '
election law of the State

custody violating,Alexander.the law affecting" > Va,the charged Washington 'with. 1 i and general furnished with such them instructions by this, commit-aa maybe inspectors the .Vbtesr and make Clerk/l correctretu'rn.shall canvass*, Monroe'DofSj'sSiavini! [ Parlor :fluftp'E.:E. ODE 00.

'Alexandria; and. Mount Vernon and give one copy 'to -t.he Executive Banyan Bt?near Ollv v ,
; Electric *Railway,which 'provldesjfotlie"separ'atiot tee Jommltteenan: of the'preclnct, 5- Coop,'...(lid|IRtaDd ,

: lt.of white and colored pas 'Only1ho"ge.shaU W permitted"lobecome the other ,lhal'' ,be locked up BEST. SERVICE and ; G'
QOPJ 'avel'oQ'fing
before or to PROMPTATTENTIONn14ft 'Coner.ete'' 'PavingTlte
sengersMiss: Lee was arrested on com candidates In the J bojc together tw'lth the poll ,- -. i e. ,, Asphalt
of Conductor Thomas Cbauncey. vote at or participate 'in the man
plaint
.., list, ballot.. tally, Ih"et' and allother
and was, after'telling escorted. to police her .lory neadquarter,'Ihe"w'as*, agement Lion who D deClatelhetradherence'tathe ( the said primary elec. papers. andbook.? used atsuch'prlmary "W.'.H. ARTSON __ Companyt after. doing considerable work, for
S and of
where \o
released on her personal bonds':.for "ap principles and organization of( given deUve'one,- the McDonald, McGuire, Mr.. Hairier (agent for Joseph Jefferson)

t, paraace.ln"conrt, should! the ralrroad pemocratlo.; party, State and same the Inspectors to >tbe Chairman whojhall of'the DeraooratloEisoutlve > TAIL'OItINC- Mayor Whllldln Dr. Miinjon-\ P.. Hatuuatt, Anthony

l:, comp.U 4 dcJ ;. to prosecute-Jlbf' : fcaae:: V countytybo: :!arebylhetawe; of theStater Committee of / Brothers and others, will go' away for the present but will be

Miss Lee bad boarded the car tWash- lawful electors of the eleo--. this county at the' court boas inMlati 1a: All' Ira Brandisor back to- complete -contracts for work here 'and Miami" in

lagto'o, D. c., and without realizing It tlon district in which they their offer poll to J l Florid",.._>#'' the .17th .day' ,, ....,. -.- -' 'AUGUST. Any one desiring work" of thla kind would do well -
the reserved vote who have, paid '
had taken A seat In portion I -- '
? { of July-; *. i>., 19Q2 and A.tigust
to write; 'BURTON E. ODE COMPANY either
and 1901 ten dayiprior ., Jacksonvilleor '
'for colored people. Sfee declined to taxes for 1900' : 1902 .,.said.Committeeman ( I PRESSING CLEANING, ,
1.... move when'asked to do so' by o the dons to July."'15th, A. iT. 1K02., 14th, J o''iP-r i Tampa., Our prices are 'reSSOOG bit'', and all'pur work Is
etnrns'tothe"court REPA1R1N
:
hellpoavey'i! +ht ) DYEING 'AHD' !,
"( I '. ductor and when she started ;vto leave (Those havlni .come _of age slwc. house on the same day, guaranteed.
\ the,car she'was arrested; In COdrt'the the'' year 1900(( and all over !63 yean; mot I, at which time the entire Demo Shop on Olive St. West Palm Bead L.;9 -_ East Coast Work Solicited
was .110wee!.to-drop. of ago excepted, provided
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r' '.. ::.; j MIAMI BUREAU ROUND ABOUT MIAMI COUNTY SCHOOL ,, THE CALL AMENDED I n' 'Wm.W. Drown 'President ", 'I. ,
) i U1 flTTtl fl ittt.M.Uarmlui.; YlorFtwsidrnt Iwa\ :! }
,\:" B aok K 0 f fB '" nlxl HVIIH leo. H. Bm-ona;; Vbw.PresidentThe "flj
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: ME TROPICAL SUN Links of Local News Picked up Miami, :Fla., June 19; '93. '
:' County; : Democratic: Executive: net '
if Special etlnll of the School Board v' ,
,; Here and There held today in K. of P. Han. :Present. In Special. Session. Capital, $50,000 ::",.;
't is Office In flock:, Twelfth Street,dear ; .q ... ,' .
\ Anthony '
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Avenue C. E. B, King chairman; A, W..Qarnett, .--- Mt.4blI: : :; ; .( LOE : .A. 'ot.,

r Brief Mention of Carrsnt Events Oath rdby Wm.'M. Bnrdlne, and Z. T.Merritt,';Sec Pursuant to the call\ of Chairman Filer :'

.,, All mttncriptlon, dvertlnenlentl mil received ordeni rot all THE SON'S Ubiquitous R.port4r.During retary. ''/:_ the Dade County'Democratic' ExecutiveCommittee : g -
Job work South of Port Lauderdale '
I thin: office/ : the Wsk. Minutes of last meeting read 'snd. ap- met in the-dt1 court .noon, :
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... proved. at Miami 01l.un8 14th. 1903. The secretary Surprise Store Bargain Sale "
SltAMl. FLORIDA" JUNE' ] !00. 19011.: I S
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.!the guava crop will soon'be on the The following warrants were'Issued being absent the minutes of the < ,

H; ... market. since last meeting'to pay teachers; previous meeting could not be read. The

d '''b" '.t The season of the "Rlad; hand" is The' rains" have at last arrived Asa Richard, Jr.,>valor to date to. .. ; member. present were as follows\ : N. C. --'O -.
June ..... .... .............
,' 1 t''" I here and the politician Is abroad in much to the relief of the fruit growers. Blanche sued Burtonhaw Juno 11 salary. to date....ho..."40 00 Jones, Geo. W. Potter M. B. Lyman J.

''I'" the land, and Miami has Its share, EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES *6.oo and sued June 11..............,. .... ...... 40,00 S. Sunday! by proxy, ,Geo O. Boiler, Ed : 26th
t', though many who want to be" called 17.00-fineit made-at ANTHONY'S Faunle Stanley, IB/ days. work1uplter,&Q OO King C P. Bull, W. A. Filer, S. 1,. Monday, May
continue 0 P Jackson, salary to date, Jiiplter.J.0 00 Patterson-by prosy, J. C. Burteahaw and
Will not be chosen. Dwelling.houses to spring op
t. Superintendent instructed to r:4I: to E. H, Klrkman. Geo. W Potter wn 'I
all over this pretty city, and sine the .. 10 Yards Scotch Lawn -, s ; : '' : 48 ;.::
i 1 advertisement, that the Board will afso elected.as temporary secretary. There ... : ,, ,
of the harbor is assured Increased '" r r
"I The Miami correspondent and Citl- deep activity water In this line is looked an for. consider bids for transporting pupil I having been a mass meeting at, Stuart IT() Yards Calico :- '.,.. ... ., t...... ', .48 oJ '
Jacksonville Times-Union from Mangonia by teams. I which had chosen Morris R, Johns as Unbleached }lr{ s"' .
4-4 Cotton"
10 Yards .
ten sizes up the political situation in Large and small tracts of land for Petitions from Miami! and Loxahatcble the member for district No. x, he was r

!t I Dade County as follows :-"The political fruits and vegetables Townley Bros. colored schools laid over for' further accordingly elected by the Committee. "< 10 Yards( 25 cent Colored Lawn. :. U.78

u situation in Dade County is assuming Anthony Block. consideration. .- The following resolution was! then 1 75 vent Corset. -r .;. N .. .69 ."':,,

r a more complex form dally. Pineapples, pineapples, pineapples The following teachers were appointed? : adopted: "Resolved, that the section I'
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Candidates for different omces an- without end, Florida pines from the Lemon City Miss A. F. Merritt principal of the call for a primary election pro- 3. Flne.Underveats', ', ,,' .S3.\

1 pounce themselves and, perhaps, the Keys. Go down to the city dock and ; Miss Bessie McDonald first .assistant. viding for the qualification of voters be 1 phiid's .St. aw Hat :: *: ;.. ">:':""'" .. .. .27 ;f'- '

,I'' next week announce their withdrawal. see the piles upon piles of fruit, drink in Stuart, Mrs. A. A. Thomas. amended, by,.-Inserting after the word 1 palr Good Ho'se-, -: .. ", ... .9)
,, t l the fragrant draughts of ambrosial air Delray, Miss Rena Ostrander. Alapattah "county" the word. "and who pledge .. '
}t t The two factions are both working; and feast upen fruit and air fit for the Mrs. :Ella G. Barney. Fort I ander- themselves, or if challenged pledge 1GoodBed-epread. .j:"...... .. ': K? .' 1. s''r'$7: .
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.t, I' night and" day to get the best of each delectation of the gods. dale Miss '"Montague. West themselves under oath to support the Bargains in Embroideries, Laces, Sllks/etc' ," 'f.: i h
'
,, r other Best business lots in Miami, cheap Pain'Beach, colored, J. W. S: Bethum, nominees!! of said Primary Election' > f.e.

I Townely Bros.. Anthony Block. principal; Annie Cannon ISt asst., Motion was then made and. carried C.I'MI-Es .,

t Florida weather on the East Coast The corner of Twelfti 'atreet and Ave.C Mrs. Lottie II. Stephens 2nd assistant that the Inspectors and clerk previously .

.:t" has been perfection throughout April has been purchased by parties who Miami, F.Brooks, principal. Palm named for precinct No. j be Stricken .:.' Proprietor,

4 I ; and May and the first half of June. will put np a solid building, in which Beach colored Cia... R. Sharpe. Del- I frond the call and the following persons
.r r First National ray colored, B. F. James.! shall act as the election\ board for No. 5: 4
I Bright days with skies and will be housed the new
sunny "
Colored school at. .Delray to. begin J. J. Schabinger! I. B. Taylor, Jr., andL. When Fresh ''
Bank. It Is said that there are other
cool have been the marked the
nights This is Season
,
{ August !It. and
buildings In contemplation, which will W. Hqbbard inspectors, D. Fruit Is Scarce' .
features, and we venture to assert The following warants were issued: G. Tenbrook clerk.A .
as
,- that, for general comfort and pleasure be noticed as soon ss permission Is given. Z T Merrltt salary Juue.........,...... .{ /BO'00 communication from Messrs. A. A. +NNN+.NN......+.+NNNNA.e4NNN.NN. .NNN
,
s no other place in the United States Bargains in Improved and unimprov. D.an Bros. Pub. Financial Jteports Bofgs, Geo. S. Adams C. H Raalerson And in offering this line of Evaporated Fruits,
ed city property. Townley Bros. Anthony January, February and M.rohaad. Brown yon get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs I -
of
has equaled the Atlantic. Coast June examination' ;,., B 00 and regarding inspectors election I I'
', Florida. Tourists who left the South Block. P Kltchlng bal.due on work.........., GO districts :t"o..3 and No. 5 was.then and webs -- r

i4 -, to seek a cooler climate farther north, A familiar sight during court time was. K B King mileage" and per"diem.. 1090 tabled upon motion of Mr. Potter seconded / READ. _THIS-LISTr. _
the evening promenade of different juries A. W Garnett, 18 BOWm'M '
certainly found nothing equaling the Burdlne,, a 3 00 by'Mr King., i Evaporated Apricots, 15 ceutsfpound :
several bailiffs
under of ,
," f charge as Z T Merrltt, Motion was carried' that B. Stypmanand :, .
examination t.
climate they left. A lack of rain has expanaee : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound :, '.
,,' they took their dally exerclae\ ,durlng the and postage on per receipt........ 10 00 N. H. Parks''be named as inspectors "
been felt but the! dry weather : Evaporated Pears, 15 cents: pound : .
V ; promoted long drawn out trial of a number of the Board adjourned. in Stuart election district, No. I, in
tI, } comfort and health in all '__ Evaporated Apples, 15 cents pound'Evaporated f'I
: things !
docket. Evi-
i prominent case. on the place nt W: T.. Dyer' and TIT- R.. Tnhnrt, "
J' ,, save dust from the traveled roads.- dently the'juror a lot In a hotly contest. Motion also carried to name'R.-'Cotbran-;; : Figs, 122 cents pound .J

'r Daytona Journal.l.j ed murder case is not an enviable one. The Tropical Sun representative visIted atOjns. election district' No. &,' in place I T:Big line California Prunes, 19 eta pound I
PancyIaver Figs cts .
; ao pound .
J He is as much prisoner as the one in-the the artificial stone works>recent- of C. P, Bull as clerk, and polling place Fancy PaM Dates uJ' cts pound :

\ Among the railroad reforms touch prisoner's pen. ly. ,Mr. Haas the proprietor Is awayat be changed from R. B. McDonald'istore 9Ives' : jGood Sun Dried Apples, 10 eta Ib --' t ,- r
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pi-esent. but he' has left at home .
will be if wait too long a -
You store ot
to Of us.
and travelers sprry ypu
approved applauded by S 3/4 pounds good Roasted Coffee, $t.oo lv
The bird catches the worm. and happy and contented lot of men, to turn Sheriff Frofiock asked _
early being agreedto '
is the issue of orders several ? Beet ,
by pounds Flour |i.oo
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likewise the first comer gets the first 1 tots out the finished -product. The dull appoint deputies to act at the various ..
corporations of prominence forbidding 17 pounds Granulated Sugar $c.oo
1 time has terrors for these "--I
Townley Bros. real estate dealers summer. no election districts.Mr. '
cheap. ,
x"
the about of railroad I- 5 Gallons Oil, 85 cents'; "A
banging
:Anthony Block. men assured of, work all through the Batter mode a motion which was i;. ,1
: in the riotous which 3 cans Milk,,ajspents
,, Jug aJl'e manner season and protected .by ample shed
The handsome building so fast ap carried; that the matter of providing 16 ; t- !
pounds good 1Uce.Ioo'
:
? I has been the habit all over the United room from sun and rain, "they work, t
ballot be left the '
proaching completion to be used as a boxes .to .campaign .. .. ......... ........* 1r .
i !6, States. It is no exaggeration to county jail with county offices in connection steadily all the year'throug\l--\ : large committee. .O.NN... ..++. N 1fe' NN + ee.

4 t, say that in countless cases men employed shows what can be done with pile of sea sand on hand was obtained at Upon motion of Mr. Potter, W. B. D. LJEFFLERcTwelfth. g

r f by the railroads have displayed the native Miami stone, from our own Palm Beach andJ shipped here i byrail.It Morton, of Lemon City, was named by :... ..

f' t a perverted ambition to excel home quarries. Messrs. Croft & Green was learned that for future .delivery, the: committee as supervisor registra: St., Between P. 0, and Biscayne. Hotel! -, IAIfr.nlr"( ll ,
,, some Miami boatmen have agreed to
I'' one another as "baggage; smashers," contractors, are erecting a monument to ,Jon upon*the expiration of Mr.: Carter's
furnish sand from Bear's Cut. Mr. Haas F
""! eager to show the strength; of their their own skill and ability, and are also ;ernl'of office, Mr. Norton having been
: to' the architectural has five buildings In contemplation this elected to that position at the primary Merchant:
I' muscles and bent adding largely
upon surpassing; KEONOflTTER & IORLEY"Th
fall Froma
to be built of artificial atone
1 their rivals in wanton destruction of beauty of the city's buildings.You election held,,two years ago. .,.... Tailors
glance at the plans it can be readily There being no further business before "

I private property. It was high time will find's complete stock of tobacco seen that the new. buildings' will greatly the committee it adjourned.. Only. Tailors In Miami Who Nakt Up>> their own..Qoodt" \ ,
l f ; for a railroad chance in the hand at J. II. Hayes' place, oppositethe add to the beauty of this city. Geo. W. Potter ,. JI ij\\
I Biscayne Hotel. Over .brands of Our work is firstclaw oar prices are reasonable. Also agent for Waoamuker'
of all railroads. 25
,. ling baggage; on our Of course West Palm Beach-and all Secretary pro tern. & Brown's superb merchant tailoring. Come la and see onr- samples, and we'll .
Passengers on American railways smoking tobacco alone, as well as all the stations between that town and .--- sell you the goods. We can either make you* suit, or order you one from ont of rl ;

pay rates of fare sufficient to entitfe the leading brands of 'chewing tobacco. this are getting ready to come to Miami town, just aa, !lieap as any one, else, and will uarantee4he; fit and quality. .......-:-.j.';.
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them to the decent protection of 'The Telephone Exchange: building is on the glorious Fourth. The latchstring i- Clothing Cleaned, .Pressed Scoured, and Repaired :-: ." .

their baggage. In the face of the to be remodeled,the front torn down anda will be banning out, flags: will be ,,:".

I orders recently sent out by railroad new one put In, and the interior greatly floating bands will be playing patriotic This signature Is on every box: of the amain KBONOWITTEB.& WORLEY '.
Improved. Our enterprising jeweler hasa ferver and lora l nlhnsiasm will -
saturatethe '
\ managers, no apologist; for railroad Laxative Bromo-Quinine T bi.u MIAMI, FLORIDA "
employees can' deny that there has : lease of., it for five years, while the atmosphere and a warm welcome Uw remedy tba*.etinw a coM Im on* tf"y f"
Telephone ISxchangc will move up stairs. and a glad hand will be extended" to
G been too much baggage smashing and occupy the rooms overhead. The I each and visitor. An interesting Lumber

4' from Maine to Mexico. For this new block next: tcTlt will be two stories program will every be prepared for the amuse w. it. ANNO, -. Biscayne Lumber and Supply Goo '- Shingles 1:"

wrong there was never a shadow of and the upstairs divided into office ment and edification of the thousands ATTORNEYAI'LAW.lmFl'Oat Uth ,

I'" t extenuation. It was always an outrage rooms for renting purposes. that are expected here. Come join withus BRICK, CEMENT,.tIMtJ.. PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnell Crates .lff \
Room. lratohettBuilding. D.
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\ : and it is time it was dropped. in a glad shout and hearty hurrah for POKtoffleel I Treasurer "'l). ,
The Miami Steam Laundry is now Miaul. F1orlda. -4-tft-I o MIAMI, fLA. po; 44,6' J. A. CONRAD, and Manager :t* p ,
I -New York Tribune. turning out first-class work. Mr. Blurry country and for flag; for -the- bright ,i-14-tf i.ka., .cu r

Aultman,.,at Sewell Bros' store, has prospects just .ahead of us for gloriousold ROBERT B. TAYLOU.LAWYEII. i
'f' the West Palm Beach agency.All work Dade, the banner county of the State [ w
Some of the negroes of Macon Ga.. STANTON
.t \ FRANK W '& CO.
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left with him will receive prompt at- of Florida with its twin cities, West. . .
cornpanies tention. guaranteed. tf Palm' Beach and Miami. '' '
Satisfaction Office hTPostoffice Block OUR SPECIALTY
1 s: the big societies has adopted a rule to Several business blocks of brick and Recently The Sun correspondent accidentally MIAMI FLORIDA r. '

( f fine each member who is seen riding on tone will soon be under construction.One met Dorsey, the very efficient S'14tf "

,,,' I. fl. a street car. The fine is Ji. A resolu. block of. three store' rooms between manager of Mr. Davies'"place on Cape Fancy East Coast.Pjnes' .

f. 1.. e. tion was adopted to the effect that if a Seybold's bakery and Budge's corneron Florida. He tells us the fruit trees of H F. ATKINSON, t

I t member, of the society could not pay Twelfth street, will be built. All all kinds are looking fine and doing o 14 Vine Street Philadelphiaw : ;: ''

.,; hack fare he or ahe must walk; Some three rooms are already leased for a well, many of them loaded with fruit ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, .. ,' .

f''2 ,,;! of the more conservative aegroes, who term of years, and It is promised that including the date palm of which be hasa NOTARY PUBLIC, Growers 'of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit .

1. t.. r 't,1\ have been there during the past week the buildings will be ready for occupancyby large number planted. The dates will MIAMI, FLA.
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,;. f +4'I attending the educational conference*, Sept. 1st. The contractor who will be ripe early in October. The oranges, _/ .ll.ltt-lV >, GROVES LOCATED t

'; deprecate movements of this kind and put np the block between Leffler's and grape fruit Avacado pears,.' mangoes, a LUes & Stanton Terra Cela, Fla. Armstrong,& Stanton Palmetto Fl,*

V'f'', many of the better class of Macon negroes the Telephone Exchange will be herein ;navas and many other varieties make GEO.t A. WOltL-KX1.: Knox & Stanton Llmonla, Fla. '

take no stock in the boycott- a day or two ready to" commence opera- a complete list of semi-tropical fruits.A ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 3MyPianos M

e tions. thrifty hedge of oleanders ,from fifteen J' '

I There is a keen rivalry Ume schedules to twenty-five feet high, protects o.uera practlc.la. State and Ped..rat<:ourt.. '
Miami Is justly proud of her All builueu entrusted will receive prompt at Sewing
up-to- Organs Machines ,
between the New York Central and the fruit trees from the high winds, andy tention. ; -
late steam laundry. It Is turning outirstclass Office, :Brow Building, Aye. D and 18th ,
the Pennsylvania Railroads on the Chi > their quantity of sweet scented flowers Stree1: a
"t "', York toute. On work at reasonable prices. i add beauty to the scene. MIAMI.', FLORIDA I sell direct from'the Factory '
cago-New Monday, Give It a trial. It is located at the tor. The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment, "v ,
t what a New York despatch Is pleased to ner of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. I Dr. Striven, of Tltusvtlle, who has for The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos % "
style "the greatest run of the twentieth 5 9 f many years been s resident of that :S. H. RICHMOND Agent The Kingsbury Pianos, the Wellington Pianos;. "" '
The Chicago Cottage OrganIn twenty-nine styles.At .
century ended in that 'city, when the
f The need of place> has moved his drag store and the Lowest Prices and Tcrmsv-' "
a new court house at MI- Very on Liberal "
rival trains of the Pennsylvania and the ami was urgently felt during the recentsession business to Miami, and is occupying a Pemfle Grant --Land Company. S Catalogues!: and, ,ICle. Furnlshe d on Application1. ,
Central "
New York puffed and panted ;
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Jr'::, auto their respective stations well within of court here. Not only was the neat., between little store'Avenues' building.C and on D.TwelfthSt. The/ .REAL ESTATE.- Old Instruments Taken In Exchange -- Tie Celebrated SInger SIIIIII Uac n'

";' t' FI the schedule time. The two trains left want of room of great Inconvenience 'doctor is like other., 4:3m CUTLER FLORIDA, S Needle and Attachment. for all kluda of Bewtnar Muhlnen. Mall Orden will receive / ""'a i
but the old frame many acting wisely '- Attention. ; ; ,
building now used for prompt ; r i
t iI';1 Chicago Sunday to make the rnn to New '
< court purposu, 'wa. felt to be unsafe and has realized that coming events are COIL AVK,.lr. ANlIrth ST.:: ,,"
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, a York In twenty hours', dud each carried shadows which intimate that Miami 'will BatabllalMd. la lore Incorporated In MIAMI, Jri.OB.inA ERICKSONo ,Ir, ra P Y
J JJoth made extensive when an important trial was on hand '90:1: 1 B.U .. '. ,i,*..
passengers. preparations be the of
great city the south. .
, and crowds were seeking for admission. Capital Stock $100000.00 J.
1. to establish twenty hours as the '
+ minimum time between the two cities. Whoever is responsible for the delay II .And now the we 1ding'bells will soon Somers Brothers CompanyITTSBURO to tostosto to to tostotoito>ton o_ "ooo o tosiostostoitoit ., 1' will surely not have conscience be y yr 0 ,
,1 The passengers limited In their destinations an easy ringing loud aad.clear. Ills no se- ..
V i to the few stops made, or to the U in the future' some horrible accident I crect that on Tuesday night next,' our ..IIIf'A. I Tjjuscott\ Boat M'I'g Co. I IJf .
should occur through the continued use popular baker, John ,
Seybold tired of
enthusiastic advocates .
s r through trip were Commission. Merchants 3/1""*'
-01 of the new speed schedule of fifty of this wornout and dilapidated build. walking life' pathway alone, will be .. CONSTRUCTORS JC o -

;S f .'' miles sa hour. The success of the trial ing. married to a most estimable young woman ... jfrlrtlesale. ProduceDealersnvlte Y

1 ; ;r ? .r means the establishment on each road Regret will be expressed: at the news from this city. consignments, front Dad Ito High Grade Pleasure,, Craft f '

? a8I of a twenty hour schedule from New that Alfred Peacock: of Cocoannt Grove The Telephone Company officials ''are and Southern Florida of Fruits,County Vege- sfIf .

f p 'S'' 'tr York to Chicago for passengers whose who passed through here notjoug' ago having new and substantial poles erectedIn table. and ProdncPl promising prompt o Vapor' Marina. Motor. o .

time Is too valuable to travel at a lower for' the north reached Charleston safely, the city and evidently intend to sales Immediate, at returnerWe ttablU'g prices- and .o J. 'D. O. MORRIS, Agent o ,. ,

peed."Walkover". but that since hi. arrival there physi- greatly Improve the service o '..-
clans have grave doubts of his life holdIng Mr. Crew's condition is still reportedto .blppe.refer... Wtt.burg to thli 'paperieadleiq a.nkaandoth.rw.n' Dad. Cminty known o West &lui-'Beach, Floridar ,, o: p
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t I ltt!! ROflOAlr SOif WEST PALM BEACH: FLORIDA :FRIDAY JUNE 20, 1003. ah

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DEUHAV DOINGS. her any particulars of-the trouble as he ,
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h ; Mrs.. Guvacy, of Palm Beach is visit. was exhausted when she arrived. Mom.r the Farmer Wo.ld I>e>.lcet '

ing at the home of Mr.: and Mrs. J. S. Mr. Jackson was found some time With Better Highway 'TRI EAST COAST of I.f.

Sunday afterward after a rlilllgent ,acarch had Former Governor of Vermont Edwin I I IS PAKAOISa Ri '
THE MONK FtCJli'11Ar"I'.t t
Mrs. Rob-'Crownoveri; of Fort Pierce been made. He had managed to drag O. Smith, turn the' Homo (Qa.) Tribune, $

Is visiting at the home of her slater Mrs himself about two hundred yards,, from has shown the snvlng-: In/dollars and 4t .
Iti, -- where tbe fight took place and was cents coining to the farmer by good '
H. J. Sterling, of Delray.. .._ FLORIDA EAST COAST ,
1'IgrsinformatlonAbOut' The Indian suffering great pain when found. He roads by the following effective and ,.. .

War Claims Funds And Their :Pelray U all on a hustler this week. had a deep gosh In' his left side on.,lu telling comparison ot the cost of hauling t

Disposition. The pines have been moving out at the his uhoulder! aid his face was terribly freight over railroads) and primary LOCAL TIME CARD 'No. 41.. In Effect June 8, 1902.
rate of from cars
fifteeneighleeu per
wounded. Hi* Adversary had dragnet; rods !In Vermont!
and will! be N47N'oND-NiADDOWN.I NOBTHSOUNO MAS
week;, shipments espt cially UP.
the btttte of his knife from Ids mouth to "I nave taken pains to hnve', statls- --- .- -
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A general misapprehension seems to heavy, commencing about the 25th. and through his left eye," cutting in tics prepared to show thus coat of transportation Ne. 88 No, 'S o. 78 "0. .2
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'exist in' the State as to the manner In The Montgomery Packing Company some places Into the bone. His eye was of tho products ot Vurtuoutfroni Daily D&l1 DsUy Dally

which; the $700,000 or more involved In have a-Jlarge force of men at work in various towns which lie away '
cut In two, and(,; there! was another deep from 1o L........ ........... & ..... .. ._. /.'", I' S (Oa
the line J
the Indian claim Is to be .did of the railroad asa :
war posed their packinghouse almost night and gash on the left Side of liis 1 face *. to the $10 1 L9'.. .......-8oJwtsuntllle. ,. ...,... ...,"9 a I' a 4252n ,
of, fend the newspaper(fraternity all over of railroads as compared with the cost of 1 05..5.... ... $. AUKU.th, ...:.::........ .. .... f 7.u. wn. .
,. day endeavoring to dispose the large He was almost exhausted from .the transporting the articles from the It!' .. ......... ........,..;., ......... Op 7 Ube .
same
the:State is now busily engaged devising of 13 I .Ivt ti... ...-...".'.wtpeiatss.....,...:.. .... II 110.
quantity pineapples
ways and for the {. loss of blood and could: h.ar.U1I1peak to railroad to market. From these Statistics e. :.:.tar.. .... ..............N"o/l.// ......".:.:..j,.,. I' ,0 its 0 1

of the proceeds means of the claim. disposition Among Cards are out announcing the mar(rage his wife who was one of the' first to It appears that on butter, (umber. :: ::..:::::::::::::::::::::.lunnells:: Jinpnrt.: : ,:::::::::::::: .?.: ::::::: if V,/ : eve Ose IffI
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ofMIsalni' Blackmer U T J. 1Ja, ood. reach him. Dr. McKinstry, tit.!: 'was granite, lime brick and.hay the rate :> f I ..,.......d..............OrmrnA. ..................... .... > 0 sue, iii
d suggestions, thus fat made are an moments Is $2.BO to i ton to t:. i ... .................D" :,. .. ...... .... ............... IIIJa SD :
This! happy event will take place'on called end arrived there a few $ per team from tbe fo ....A.w... .........:.Port' 11""ffA., .. ....., ....." ........ v G U. :iV !
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executive mansion in Tallahassee and anadeqnatevexhlbit "38th at He point of production to the railroad, B ............ ...... ...:.NewB'nyau.< ......,...,..... tees
the St Louis Saturday evening, June 7:30 after the wShnded man was found while the ::11? .. ,... f.:.,.......... ..... .......0".' .1111. ..... .........,...:::::. Ip .... iJ
at ; Expo.sitlon : rate to haul the .11
o'clock dressed the,wound1)); and made the tate.. same or I!.i.l\ ...... ...........' ............ '1'11Ivlll./ .:.... ....,...,...........' ....:.
and many of those wlio'hold old tides from the railroad station! : to the ;. .... 11?p ......,...." ........... .0.. '. ....... ......... ..... 1'1. ...... is pd
SeventeeD,new residents. ave locat.< went that; his patient was dangerously 0 .. .. ... .... .....''... ........hmtl.d. .. ... .. .. ...... aoJ
Indian war warrants labor under. the delusion point of consumption-is from $3.40., por : ... .., .1 .. .. ... .. .".. .......l,'.\lU..lllo.. ....:...:::..:...:.".. p.. ...,.. Lek
that of the In Defray since the first of the year and hurt ton down to $1.60 per ton ti: II: ....... tn,. .................. .......Mmb"nne.. ...... .. ............. ,. ...... !::
a portion proceeds .O .. .... ..... .. ......... ... ... .: .
The trouble.appea'l's to have been- the "In .8elN'.tJon.' .. .. .. ....... ... iiasa ..;. i1J
.1i6a may be employed la-;Hqutdatlng their the people are still coming none of the instances does the 'Fi, .. ...... SliP .....,..:.. ............ ..St.Juale.n............... ......1106s .......
the candidate outcome of a quarrel the two men_ had hqulby: team exceed twelve miles'In;' ....e ............... ......Fort rler................ ...... ..... 111/1)8. ...'"
wd'' Individual claims gainst the State Mr. At A. Bogga, popular ...... ..........:..............Whit Cly.. ..........:. ........ ...10tda. ...... Y
e for the J egialature, wilt\ be In this had some' time ago over the use of a none, of the Instances Is the haul by .. .... I31p ................... ........Tlb .............. ............. 70 Baa: ........ =
I a WARRANTS OUTLA WEp.A.despatch Since that quarrel occurred, rail less than 140 miles. Tbe rates by .8' .:. ... tap ...... ..... '".... .."...... ,Elun.............. ... .... ... ... sou .......... ,II
place and deUver'an address on Saturday pasture. railroad will ....... ap i ................... ........ ........ ...... ...." ... ....IQ 81a ....;.
from Tallahassee to the iHere has'; be"en, bitter: feeling between never in my: judgmentbe ..... Q0 p..... Stuart....... .. ... ..... ... Ul. ......
Qn-; afternoon, June aSlh Mr. Boggs !ia higher so that whatever can be ... ... .._::.:..:::...:::..::{fepe Huund:...... ... .... ...... ... D44 & .......
Savannah News says: \ a splendid orator and he is auxloua to them but their families and friends did saved by Improved roads out of the ....... tip ...... ............. .....,... ...... ..... aosa.. ...... !>ff

"As a matter of fact the proceeds of 'meet every voter in this'prednct., and not believe that it would develop so cost of teaming these products ought III .:::::::. 4n-1QD ::::::::::::::::::::..1VestI'ateileaah: .Doyuton:: :.::::::::::::::::::::.DOSS.a80a..:::::.p: .1'"

this Indian war' claim will go into :the seriously -tla it has. .......,. ".... ..... ...........:.Ft. 1.ude.dal......... .... ... .., 715. ...... r;
give his reasons for soliciting their support to go intoUhe pockets of the producers ..... 188f ......_........ ....,.L.anon cu)'. ....... .... .... ".. ... 068. ..... p 0
general fund of the State subject to the at the coming primaries A special Justice Coleman empaneled a jury of the hay or butter or the lumber or ......loso-r..r.. ..... .MI.ml.. ......,. .... .... ....Lv. 040.. ..... ,

,aetlonof the Legislature; bnt the old nvitation! la extended to the ladies. and testimony is now elng taken. The .,granite or whatever Is teamed. ... BUFFET PARLOR OARS ON TRAIN M AND 111.
Indian war warrants In question were condition of the field where the two men "The standard authorities -give the '.

1 long since outlawed as may be seen by I The marriage took placelast 'thar.daY'lt fought,the nature of the wouuds.and the saving In cost of teaming over good BRANCH LINES BOHEDULES.No. '

'the following outline of' their history and the home of the bride's parentsof statement of Mr. Jackson*" will be the roads as compared.. ordinary dirt*
Miss Eliza Reynolds to Mr. William which will be obtainable. roads to be from SO to 75' per cent So e1I N.. ee Ne. 83 No. 49 No,41 i PALATRA No. 40 No. 40 No eO No. 14 NeS
origins"Florida's t only testimony Ia11y bet BBANOH, '
the that there la Dally y Deily Dilly Deily Deny pally ]rally
Gaulden. The happy couple were from $1.25 to $3 for every
wa.b..ed sidled this afternoon that Mrs.
Indian war claim of and useful It was 'ton of freight teamed to go Into the 0P P 4 02 pii t o v '.stk. yea T I'S a 13 1 0 P i 1
directly npon the ,money expended by recipients numerous pres.eats Jackson informed a friend that she bad 7 aD as 4 6 p t9 use a 4t A r E.ralatka Lv a Oe e e m a la 1 p'' On701p
and have the best wishes of packet' of the producer In Vermont If
they
the State In the suppression of hostilities friends. been told by Her husband that The pistol only: good roods are made where bad Na. n-7 No.y SAN MA.TEO BRA1y08. No, 68

In1855, =58,, while the Indian war war. many with which be 'allot Mr, York belonged ones now exist. Da1 1 Loll.No.

rants referred to Issued until Work on the Stone rood has been at a to Mr. York and that he bad" secured Itas 11 5 SO a v. ...... ....... .. ... ... set a ntka. ...... .. .. .... ... .. r a 80 a
were not available l8 8 eo s Ar .... ..... .. .... ....Ben MSteo. ..,. .,, ,.. . ,,.,Lr a $6 n l lAo.at
;1861. stand still for a few days as every they were struggling: on the ground. FOR GOOD ROADS.

>MIn 1861 those warrants were made conveyance is being uaedTor haul. : The ground where the men fought) den D..IIIy Dist D.Ii7 l.lj BHANOH Dully Lolly D.IIIy A Nun
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the'subject of an exhaustive inquiry by ing pines; torn up for several yards square, and Assee4lloa Formed t. Connect State nnl 8 eel ,

4 .a special commission;composed of Hon. there ate blood stains in the sand at Capital Wltli Waskinglon. "61 p rir t t D e) a w sekuonvl le r T t0 a Wa ) p p
In New York city; recently an association S 63 p S 55 p 4 r p e p 9 as 5 a J.akean'IIo Lv a t2 a 5 32 n I1 Da p 02 p p
i George TJTr. Walker and Hon. John G. LARKINS LOCALS. every foot., Both den stood well injraiuesvtlle' formed 1030p 8 40p1010a "P.buNe.uli 620a 800 a0. go ii
.howerbve;; and their families have the was to agitate the cause 10 55 D ii p 53 p 10 la a Atlsutlo Buh 0 13 a 71,5 a la p 55 p
4 14np
Eeardon, whose report was duly transmitted I, Refreshing fallen within of good roads.. This association which 0 n-0 l 7 N 1' 50, p IO DO a Ar Meyport Ly 0 00 a 7 40 a s I5 m 10 p I B DDial.

'i-, ,to the Legislature in a message the last two days and now an )Invasion sympathy of the people generally." has adopted the name Of the American Flyer Route 81e.ping Car operated oa trains 8 end 82,

,by Gov. Francis F. Fleming. ''That report "5(mosquitoes will. soon follow. .- .a.- Roadmakers, has In view life 4IJecl1rlna: ,---S 5"

conclusively showed that tbe people brothers are almost ready of a systemof highways wblch shall Ne.lI I IJANI'ORD! No. 121'' No. 1'1 N.. t ottANGm OITY No. 8 No, 4Dally
3 In convention assembled )had in iS6af : TheJ3tandt In their hou As some DICK, THE BLUEJAY. connect tiie capitals, of tuu, various BHA-BOX U"U ,l) Daly. BHAZJOU Dally I Daily
(o move new e states with- Washington. The first effort .. .. P.om '' .
from 5 v.J'Ulln e. a' v. mn na.Ar S ii
f declared that 'to separate the just remarked here,.-ke: .:p up your spirits A. Pet Bird; Th.t Developed w..{**- will be-' made by an' appeal' to* the 71S..a ......" "' ... ... 7 p 'p 1121. ,J..L.k 8ri..Lv: ) p 4 40 p
,.. a 88.. Lv.Oet..n..Lv II OA / t 0 lIe.) Lv..Or. .
the unjust claims allowed by,Commisaioner IntelllBoaae. a a "g. 50 o
girls, there is a cbance for some of you national government to appropriate Jl- LvEnterprlmLv 1190 a US plii 40 a Ar.Or..ug. CUJ.t" 4 516 p'e
-' "t want to word for the gg"O ::::. ..:: :::
R. C, Williams under the net of to change yom: names aud t make- four speak a good 500,000 to be used through the roud A .Snnlori Lv 1100 aTheaeTime

Bbl (was) a work almost impose. souls happy.- "" bluiajays: and tell :you what a nice pet Inquiry department to map out routes Tables show the blm..t..bl'b tr..ln.. may. bo esnnotedto arrive. end(dopers ,
bible ( Dick was. Some pcoplo think tbey are from the .r"I..t1on. but ih.lr arrival or departure( U te tlneu, Stated II no' guaranteed. .
of performance''h A large pile of shingles( adthe Larklnepostoffice always cross and troublesome but you from capital to capital. nor does the Company hold u..1t reeponMble for any delay or .any oonMqu.noa arising there- '
from.
This organization Is to be dh'ldedJo. .__
_WHAT COMMISSIONERS SAD.j .
will give a hint that tbe postmaster know they stay In our orchards all
j ''commissioners continued 'by department.: .- of the east south cen Peninsular{ and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
Intends to dg some building soon. Winter, and wheu-the cold is bitter and .
andwe to
tra), t, 'corresponding! goo-
r' sayingthat 'nearly twenty years after Mr. J. W Galloway has purchased a fee! snow deep one cannot help but love graphical lines. It ,was decided to BETWEEN :MIAMA: KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ,

;, ,., the Legislatnroaain provided< for an in. uTc'e: He aniUMr. Coatea enJoyed to see this beautiful blue bird with his limit the membership to ten from each -' e

veetlgatiou of these claims that it is dbS very pony. kingly topknot as he braves the win- state, until each state should have ten BOtrTHBOt1ND.NOR'l'HBOUl'fD.r .
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the homestead
a pleasure trip to tel' storms and flits about from tree to
vlous been said LvMlamaMons.Weds..t.l p p LvRavana.Tlle.Tlmrs..v ..10 00a
,. had repudiated; by the country below Cutler last week. tree when other birds are gone. representatives. Then another ten Ar. Key W..tTue Thun. ...... .... .11 SQp Ar. Kp r W..t.Tn....T 'ura..... ..,-....?... S 80 p
'' ,Constitutional Convention.' Another : would become eligible. The president Lv. Key West Tuca. Thurs. .... ... ... 8 P Lv. Kc.'y Went. Tue.Thura. .. ..... ...." 7 03 p
question that arose Was 'whether or not Mr. A. T. Carter is clearing up more "They love to b.- near houses and IS elected for one year. lIe will be suc I Ar. Havana, Wecla. TVI. .... ..,... .... .. 01) e Ar. Ml.ama.Wedn, Inn....8 0>>a. '
the size of barns aud we used to throw our of Local Time Card. address. '
t Constitutional! Convention's ordi- land and thereby extending ceeded by': the first vice president and For eopy any Agent. _
.. crumbs on the snow for them. We said
' ,T his grove. the succession to office-will! be In this .r.-D. :aAHlE'n. Aast. Oen. P&... BT AUGUSTINE
lijtlng those claims could be the buds were their meal and our .Agent. FLA.
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:.:.., ;; n"' i the act "Of- -1879.' And Messrs. Burteshaw- & Sons, have been Crumbs their dessert. They like ''to way..,: .following officers.wero elected:1 I ITha ..
Z plowing the Glades preparing fur build of roots and sticks In
f er point directly affecting the validity on ; thelrjnesta': Senator' Horatio S. Earle of Detroit ,
1 v J of the act of 1879 was that the statute another crop. However the recent an old apple tree'quite low. down and president; Edward Bond Of Albany '- ---- -- --

,k'? embodied two separate and distinct subJects rains have put a stop to further: operations near tbe trunk."Onepring. first vice president; R. II. Thompson; of
of bmeJays built
a pair >
along that line.. : Seattle second vice president; Judge
P of legislation, namely, the appoint. thenest so low we could peep In, and ; von.R.loritnoncl .
commission to examine the Is the -order of Warner o.HouetOTex., third vice -
mentot a Hauling seagraas now we saw five tees of a trecmlsh gray
Comptroller's warrants issued under the the day. color, spotted, with brown; We were president; W. Crandall of Now York W&.hingtoxa. Baltimore
and W. Ik Dlckluson of
1 ; '' act of 1861, and appointment of a Everybody wants to know how we got very careful, and
1 commission to visit'Washington to ad. along for sucb-a length of time.without frIghten the dear mother bird. At first ance has been promised by the road Inquiry Chattanooga Louisville
the all of which. toad to the beach.' 8be used to alt-near and scold- good Cincinnati St. T.ouia Kan.a> CityPittmburtf ;
just general government a department In securing tho exhibition
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deal but at last she would alt and look Detroit ClavelandChicago.
4. .. In the judgment of Gov. Fleming's com- We notice quite an article In a Miami at St. Louis of tile raoUms road. "
twist of her he.dand
at us.with a saucy etc.
salon, rendered the act of 1879 nutltntlonal. written and signed in Bible. language making machines also various road-
paper, a sort of 'Well, what do you wantto
.i... .,5. co In reference to a petition. whichit see now?* In her eye. building firms will build short"stretches.

;,r+. .It was furthermore held by that Is saM is being circulated asking for "After many days: we saw five little of road- at the exposition. which- will Ong'SoIfrUfRN'

'{! commission that the ordinance adopted rural mail delivery. It would be inter- 1>tills sticking npiin\ ,the nest and five be examined by experts.VALUE .

'. ". by the Constitutional Convention of 1863: esting to note what effect this pjtltlon hungry mouths opened wide and,ob, ,

.:'..trtl, clearly 'repealed the act of February 8, will have on the minds .of the people" the nest seemed so crowded! The builes OF GOOD ROADS.
.fo feed RAILWAYROU.r
and I used help
,. : '.4', : 1861, under which these warrants were those whose read it only knew the them grew Then, I took one *f them to tbe The Load,. Qeorsl Farmer Ilroavbt

t i : :J- '.i issued for such alleged claims against standing and the responsibility of the louse' every day for a llttle- rhlte. Iu.ed to Market.

e ;:a: .I J1!"(;;:. the State'and-suspended; the payment writer compared "with the responsibilityof to feed him on corn bread, :yolk There'was presented In the \hrlvlnllcity CELEBRATED

\\'I".!i f. thereof and that it could not be set aside the person It Is.written about. of egg/ and potato and talk'to him and of West Point Qa., a few days : TRAINS :

;:4';'" 1\:" ''' either by the' act of'tbe Legislature of r .. stroke Ms beautiful 'feathers" then I ago an object lesson Impressed of the value all who vof Thd SoutHerra's Palm Limited
oads which
him back to the nest. good
; ;, 1879 or the act of 1881 supplemeutaty Would take
a Tragedy at Gainesville. saw ,It and" which Is worthy of more
friends. Ha
thereto, so as to authorize the payment "We- got to be great '-- THe Washington, Richmond and
A terrible'tragedy was, enacted at would .follow me 'around outdoors or extended notice.,.
of any of said warrants. M. A. Haralson, a Troup county Plot da Limited .'
Mr.
at the table. t
4M Gainesville this State early Wednesday Into the house if we were ,
,
-"Such, in a word is the history oft farmer wholives about twelve miles
appear He not a bit afraid. Indeed it THe
morning the details of which was New YorK and Florida Express
these old Indian war warrants and the we did not watch hint hi.;would fly Into from- West Point drove a four mule ,
facts cited are such as show that the hold. In[ the following despatch to the Jackronville the middle of the-table. When the wagdn, Intothat market with sixteen! TO THE EAST

I Times-Union and Citizen dated full sized bales of cotton on It, says the ,
ers thereof can secure relief only through( other birdies left the nest Dick seemed
Wednesday: with H Atlanta JournaL The weight of the THe Chicago and Florida Special
legislation-and that.they are not to want to stay me. would
"In a duel with knives and pistols early load was about 8,000 pounds besides
else feed him.
let
one
no
Metrop The
at all likely to Itet.-Jacksonville Florida '
Limited
this morning, O. L. York chief engineer "So I-gave him an old tin lantern for the heavy wagon on which It was plied. 1 1"

oils. ..- at the water works plant was his home. I never shut him up In a !Mr. Haralson made the trip from his TO THE MOUTH AND WEST. .-

killed and A. In Jackson a prominent cage: He was free Jo fly where he farm In remarkably; good time and

ADDITIONAL LOCAL ANDPERSONAL farmer "and stock ''raiser was1 danger. liked, but he always slept. In the lan- his team =showed. 'no slgnj! ;- of having .
been impossible
taxed. It would have .
been -
'ITEMS 3ualy stabbed.. tern. Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, vis
toschooi him to take sixteen bales
"When I bad to In the .for
go Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky.
The met in whit Is( known as hla-four
two men market 'with
of cotton to even
and followedme
lonesome
all Dick was
,
Through trainsvia, The Southern Railway are operated in-
the old Russell field, about three miles one day'as I started off, I let him fine mules If the :Troup county roads
connection with the Plant System and Florida Boat Coast
rIlaml.paased Railway
4 Mrs. A.W., Burnett of ? '
k Mr.and 8011tl\ of this'city. There was no one so as far as an oldwillow: that grew had not been In excellent co .ltloa. Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
through" town on Tuesday morn with them but the small son of Mr. by the path; then I was afraid be There are some counties In Georgia trains .

ing's train. MaL( Burnett will spend the York, who ran as soon as thee) .trouble would get lost If he went farther so I where'eight bale-would have been a

jmnimerjvith her sister at Pipe Bluff commenced. Aa Mr. Jackson has not took off my sunbonnet and chased him full load for his team, and then -he Ask for TJokets via Souther Railway. Csrreipondence Solicited.

Ark:, and will visit! Potash Sulphur made a statement, the' particulars are port way home. Do you know after would have bad to travel very: slowly
.. In November. his Dick: always: went with me to this -
J,r, Springs before returning toceorgfatobuymelonsand bard to get at. tree, and. what was more wonderful great Highway Proposed. H. F. CAREY Fla. Pan: Agt, 103_V/. Bay St, Jacksonville, FU.

Mr.Bnrnettgoes It is certain that as soon as the two and Knot:
I The people of Knoxville
he used to come then to meet me as
W.
and to visit relatives S. K. HARDVICK H. TAYLOE
peaches ostensibly men met the commenced. Prom came from school That made me very county; Teun.. have elaborated a decidedly ,

and friends incidentally. the appearances of-the ground where lappy. I had no brothers or sisters, ambitious scbemo--tn the HnoVof General PaieengcT Agent An't Gent P... Agent

Mr. Arthur SplUer left on Wednesday the struggle to' death took place, U lasted but Dick 'and I had good times walk. nll-Uonal'roadbundtng. They: have t Taihington.D. C. Atlanta GJa ..

r morning's train for Jacksonville.where For some time and was one of the most og- home together. lie used to lighton Is announced prepared a petition w >aa aavy 15. 1902. .... -

lie will spend about ten.' day, before returning determined struggles known. It appears my basket and tease and coax until congress that $50,000,000 be .appropri ..... .4.
J gave him the bits from my: lunch steel for the construction of a public;
home. at each other with
that they jumped. which I always save\ for htm."-Chljd highway -Washington to New Orloans.

Quite large party o'f Delray young their knives.. They foagbt for several Garden. 1 ., This highway: Is'to be 100 fee)

men spenTsunday! la West :Palm Beacn. minutes and both men bad deep gashesall i i + miDlrda wide Is tobe paved with aspbalt,.,Ji

They arrived here Saturday evening in. ai' over their. faces and body. Sh.. ;This T.e.. to have a water main along Its'whole

i';, launch and visited friends in different There was"a pistol used but U U not A German authority baa recently an- course and Is to be lighted: with eleo A S. BOTSFORDCO. '

portions or the town: Amongst those known whether'the pistol belonged to pounced the discovery'of a tree In the ftl ltViJ) Forty feet of the roadway' .
". forests of central India which has most horses and horse .
reserved for vehicles
to
.
...
noticed were Mr. E. L.. Burton,- Mr. Mr. York or to Mr. Jackson. It of \ '
leaves
curious characteristics. The
forty feet for motor carriages,
lUwen Wilson, and Mr. Walton Chap.. used by Mr. Jackson and therewas the tree are of a highly .eo'sltive nature ten feet for .blcy: lea.and ten feet for J Goods Notions
Dry
shot fired. The ball 'penetrated -
man. only one and so full of electricity; that whoever pedestrians ,

the right.Iung of Mr. York douches one of them receives an '- .

N TIC$ FOR PUBLICATION. Jt was at least twenty minute before electric' shock. It has a very singular Par Ha.ej.o...>>..I...... 5

;M .. Wotlca> la hereby-given that ihu-followlng Mr York was found{ by his wife who effect upon a magnetic needle and The difference between good and bad and ;Ladies' Furnishings

named mttlerhas iliad node of his Intnntlon had been told: by her son of the troub'e.' will'Influence' It at a distance of even roads:is> often equivalent to the difference ,
j .; to make anal proof In Support of hi.oliilm.and -
feet The electrical strength
; that aalil proof will be made before John B. He was lying in s pool of blood near seventy between profit and loss;; Good .
K"lllr. H. Onramlmiloncr. at Woat Jupiter, where the fight took place. He had of the tree varies according to the time roads have a money value to the farm. We invite the turtles to- alll\nt.) tiximlnd ,. 1
FI...., on July ft: 190:1.: of day. It being strongest at midday social _
.rrln of Neptune,Fla,, H<1 made an effort to reach his home, but era af well ts a political and
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? 27001fort eLot. !l,8 mid 0. Baa. iltt, Tp 4O'ile'namee oInd weakest at midnight. In wet value and, leaving; out 'convenience, our lately purchased stock
B R. n-2 had gone but a.few yards. weather Its powers disappear. altogeth- comfort social and refined influenceswhich'

{eontlnuou j the rveldenne folln Nag npou witnesses, n.l eultlTation to provehis He was not dead when his wife arrived er. Birds never approach, the tree nor good roads always enhance and, -

of Neptune and spoke few words to hirjin have Insects ever been seen upon It from the almighty We are Lea era
at them
: looking only
Fla.8.D.aItchell. ){ :; \ of Neptune::: I ... G. O. Mil.ler : wTtb Rem'emb(;7 l r rl
ot Neptune, Play James Ilepbnra of Nep- the nature of good-bye, aa he died dollar'aide, they are found to pal in our Line '

r L _'"jfi". *. W.d.,08W8pN, aegistar.i his head In. her lap. He could not give Do you read The Tropical Sun ? handsome dividends each yeard ,,

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i THE TPQPICALscry, WEST PALM\ ''BEAO?, FLORIDA! FRIDAY JUNE 20, 1902. 1 '

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,'- HAPPENINGS Southf1CH'lfla: : for many yesr, *. ;Ie was! OttOltOktOltOltOltOKOIItOHOMOItQtlO*

57 years of age .nd lea e. t wife and With _.t .."0.:. MINN
ABOUT THE ST TEParalLphs sevel| sons,.among them John A. Graham "Wasn't 'there "n vngratnmatlcaV: i limit t a a.e. l'i I PAUL C JONES w. c. : CK
a prominent real estate dealer of sentence In one. of your speccbpst""There .
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Y' was, answered., Beprell nta. MlNlSflCK
Tallahassee,who was suinmoued wire JONES &
tlve Hasker. *'I put It there pa par- ,
v, of Interest Concerning One son la In California'and; another to
pose. You see, :we're plain folks up to
the Great State 'of Florida" the Philippines with the army! ." V Punfcln Corners, and I don't want tay i Honso Built ? :..j.jI '.1

In General. Jacksonville is to have' one of the constituents to think I'm getting proud Building Co tracto r
..
ice Just because I've come to congress.: ; .
largest manufacturing companiesand

Postmaster Dennis Egan, of Jacksonville cold-storage: plants In the South. {Washington To Star.the Polat. ...-1Hn THOS./J. GRIER, >f fo i -, ''

died in his borne city on Saturday.St. It ha now been decided by the managers : Incident which occurred "iwlAle (.-- gfcA Only' the Beat of :Mechanics:
of the East Florida lye Manufacturing :Admiral Dewey was commanding the ,
Augustine and /-]acksonv111e will I Contractor I
i' Company that their plant thai be Asiatic squadron and' one which' : illus Contracts t'rr '
be connected on-Our
{ soon : by a long-distance 11 Employed
considerably enlarged, and In order to trates his Independence Is one knowsr ,
l11, telephone. The line I is now being built. |
do this an Increase in the Capital: stock as"the coal Incident." and Builder \ rWEST ,...,,,.-.,,,.
M The comes from Manatee, Lee,, In \ -
report from IS .ooo to $300,000 has been determined It seems that his squadron was o '
DeSoto and Illllboro that there will but Instead! oC wilting to ; : pALM jBgACII' FLORIDA
hud applications for the need of coal\ ; ; :
ppon IB to fill order o
In "chief the bureau of equipment prepared your Ip.2Gtrr
probably a third of a crop of oranges change will be made'' to the State. The the of
that section next season.The drouth, plant, which is located Just west of the at the navy department be purchased A r promptly-and In workmanlikeo

l' ;' white fly, red spider and scale have Terminal Station,. was., only recently large the amount department of coal ;without consulting K manner. Estimates furnished cv '-' .

x. about ruined the crop. completed and began ,operation about The following Is the correspondence" ;
of construction work !
." The naval appropriation bill, which the first ot May, but there, will 'be a between the admiral and Captain Bradford ; : pf every j jo G.W.S.BELHUX" ;

passed the SeuaLe Thursday, contains number, of important improvementsmade. the chief of the bureau of equip. description jji ,

two Important amendments for Florida,, Among them will be the bundling jnent,and Is self explanatory 0 ---.r---- 0 < J J '

one for f 100,000, Introduced by Senator of a storage room for ice, with the Navy Department Washington.To and BuilderWEST i {

n :Mallory for the naval station at Pensa- capacity of 10,000 tons. An electric Dewey.did yea ManllalWhy buy. so much coal West Palm Beach Florida.I i .,
't Cola, and one for $25,000 for the purchase plant Is also to be put in, lhlch will BRADFORD.Flashlp ; K c I
of additional laud at Key West for furniahxthe lights for the factory and ; Olympia. Manila. O tt- -tf. 11 PALM BBA'OH. FLORtDA .. t
G'';', naval station uses; introduced by Sen.. the power for an elevator. The buildingof To Wa.hluetcwu Bradford, Chief Bureau Equipment. 1101/0110i10t101tO1e0110i_W 110ie0910S1oi The erection and repairing...of**. Buildings, of all descriptions given personal? w a

ator Tallaferro. Both of the amendments the Immense cold-Storage chambers: To burn. DHTWBT. attention. PLANS AND ,SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED *> '

'were accepted without objection. will be/ of great economic benefit to Saturday Evening Post. / .*. ON APPLICATION. All work well And promptly" .
done. .ReferenceS given i if .desired, ., .
4 '' B. H. Buffutn, of Tampa-trad :Francis Florida farmers and fruit growers: who A C. Dittmar < '" ?<
L. Willis, of New York, a few days ago willHljtis have jQEportunity to store almost The Wroner of I.t.l.r.ne.. ,. Completely Equipped .for First-Class "Flunfmng" 4'
i The Intolerant state of mind ,Is in. DEALER Residence( Evernia"Street: Dear Lake Front. P. 'O. ; '
'n't'361.
i
6 on the an} mount oPfrult and truck. on I"
purchased large orange grove .
and . \. .
; Jurlous both to the state to the Individual. -Itoufth ami- J.R-tr ? i po--"*"
1 west coast. The grove was formerly the The factory consists of a hfrge brick .. It goes ,iwth -conceit and'dendl ,
I property of S. Rogers & Son of Omaha,, building.; and other l buildings, and is one ) ,pride. The strange thing Is nnessedLkulrnber.

Neb., and is considered one of the finest of the most important manufacturing that men are apt to plume themselves Wani I
pieces of property in Hillsboro" unty. concerns|ja the State The East Florida 'upon their Intolerance It la'evident ShIngles. Doors, Sash, Blinds; __

It contains twenty-four acres In all, and Company is a corporation which Rob that a man's couduct and a nation's Mouldings. Brick, Lime / '.1 ,
last year produced, box"s'of 01"ange. ert Gamble, of Tallahassee, ta the president I conduct should be the result of thought! and Builders' Hardware. Ho ;Built?

+ .. The consideration was $25,000., and the Dew factory Isa Florida I and judgment, but Intolerance stops FORT PIERCE, -- FLORIDA ;' ,
thought and destroys 3udl'ment.C1I'utorv -
,
William of enterprise.-:Times-Union and Citizen. '
Coldham, a paperhanger -
"
I Gainesville! who has had a hard time in LIGHTWOOD :POSTS H. Ti: Grant" Contractor and, Builder" is prepared ,''to'WOgfve.' "' "* <

making thedomestic ends meet, has . ppp . .e .-. First Class Lfghtwood: Posts for '" prompt service and aatisfofctery. work to pay one" Deed ?"
fallen heir to a fortune which will ell: :. .) Pineapple Covering and other pur-/ ing anything in the construction line. a,
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travagantly provide for himself and family : CURRENT COMMENT. : poses Address Call on or 'address -, t,

through life A rich uncle in England : s
died recently, and in his will left . . . . . H.-'B. HOWARD H. 'T, GRANT,
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u Sebastian. _Fla._ ''
hint several hundred thousand dollars. And He Will. Mr. Burr, when In the legislature in 66.1902 WEST I'AW'BEA touIi1'A-.. .

Mr. Coldham has already placed his If ,Judge Hocker continues to win 190;. introduced the 3 cent a mile passenger .. ,..... .,. ". L'''''''' h''
L interests in the hands of a London lawyer friends in the,future as he has in the bill, which passed the House, but. : : .

y' and will soon go to Jtnftland to past, his.opponent, Gen. J. B. Wall, wit was defeated I In the .$en ate. I -
yi, 'rr look after the claim. poll a.!small-vote'on July ijth.-Palatka It occurs to the Star that it would bea : j. .lvi'M.; \ 'I )e :

Letters patent have been issued fat Herald; desirable feature of the State Railroad Build Ho uses
\ -. Commissionto have on it a man who
\ Tallahassee Florida Southeastern for the incorporation Railway Company of the, Made a Good Impression}, has made the statement be has and so Moye Souses. '' J ndBnifdor 'Buil inj 'Hapifti'ecU n::;

; with a capital of$300,000. The business Hon. R. Hudson Burr"of LHl1ejtlv", explicitly: : defined; bis position. Repair Houses. Contractor ''on* CommissionPlans ; ,
A. the commission bas been ; .
working,
,
offices will be located at Tallahassee,and Dade county was In the city last Satur .
f'' the object of the company is to build a day in the interest of his candidacy for it, has Shown itself to be an excellent: : Shop work, .

r road from Tallahassee to Tampa, a distance Railroad Commissioner. lie met a 'large' claim agency but with the exception: : of Repairing orx I : and Specifications Furnished : f

iTi ''' of 300 miles. This new company. number of our people"Bad made a good one or two reductions Irk rates, notably *'..

M'chiefly made up of the builders of the impression upon them.-Madison ,New toward" the classification oi-lumber we Dock Building : on Application 1''

Georgia, Florida & Alabama, Railway, Enterprise, have failed to see where it has earned ,. t. WEST PALM UEACH!, FLORIDA
and the road from Tallahassee to Tampa ..' the $15,000 it has cost the people to Call on o'r address .. .
a . .
maintain it. If of the. other
extension of the any candidates :
will be practically an : : Appeal. To The Producer ,
have defined their position we M. 4.. Y YARBOROUCH ,
Georgia, Florida & Alabama, recently The Journal is pleased to direct atten- .
completed from Balmbrldge to Tallahassee. tibn to elsewhere have never seen it. Equitable opposition Wed Palm Beach. Fla. ,
the platform, published tVS'ur
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i'' ilL a good thing. Let the voter JAMES "fU1
: in this Issue,, of lion R.. Hudson Burr think it over."".Ocala Star. \ .. i ,
Geo. F. Miles, general manager of the candidate for railroad commissioner It BUILD! HOUSES : 0' '.. ... 'BUILDER >: \ Florida East/ Coast Canal Company, has Is a platformwhich should appeal to eveiy ----- I ._ ..._ ,

returned to St. Augustine from Charles- producer and to every other person Wh5\ A Model Candidate.' t. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, PURNISHBD ON AP1'r.ICA'l'ION. a +,,, "

1 ton, bringing the information that'he has the interest of the state at**heart.-- Sometime! ago The Florida Crack WEST"i PALM_ BEACH ., _. .. "FLORIDA:,, ;{t aj'a ''
-H-tt
had purchased: two powerful dredges to Pensacola Journal.No tendered Judge \VyA.-Hacker the use G. A. KUNZE ?
assist In the rapid cutting of the canal .' of its columns for the purpose of 'addressing .

w'' between the MatamsasTaad Halifax rivers, Opposition To Sparkman.Hon. the people of the_State upon Contractor: and: Builder Is good enough for ,

a distance of some twenty-eight miles, .. Steve Sparkman will have no any subject be might wish. Specifications o"n Application ROID:
which will give to coasting crafts of The following Is an extract from a :
in bis for re-election to
opposition race P. O. Box 354 WEST PALM_BEACH UNCLE SAMR ,
under five teet draft a safe inland waterway Congress. The Indian war claim bill letter received from that "enUeUoaodecliDlng 3-jl-8m

l from St. Augustine to Biscayne Bay passed, Florida will be paid somethinglike ouV offer: "
;Mr. Miles has for some weeks had the $Sooooo and the whole State, In 'The office for which I aspire is one ; and you will find tha6, 5.''' ,
VnltedStates dredge Suwanee deepening of.hlgh importance and replete with del First-Class ROOFING: !
is her 'r" ,
consequence, smiling sweetly on .t is best for yon '
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Halifax river and icate duties.
the canal between the : : able congressional delegation which labored A judge should labor to
the whole length of keep bis mind, much lieth in hud
Jupiter, including so well to get the claim through, as as ,
M the Indian river, and.tbe southern end Bzchange.: : '-........ lo.an unpaRtisan and impartial frame. Blacksmithihgcan The specifications[ for the work which the. Weather Bureau De i l
of the canal from Lake-Worth to Miamiis I. -to .. For 111m to become engaged In Bipartisan artment. has In view. at Jupiter, call for PAROIO ROOEING.; ...;. '"': .* ?'

is In perfect condition. Here to Stay. and entirely personal contest for ,the always be For samples anc 1| price write, _' lye
a t position would naturally disturb the obtained at the !
of fine water melons
The shipment
d from the section along the line of the There maybe defects in the primary equilibrium of temper which should "- new shop ofJAMES QEO. .F. P PADDISON Eau Gallie, Fla.
rules time bat
this will
experience: : cure 1.to-tf. .
;4 commenced and mark his cond.nct.: I, therefore feel '
P.& A. road, has now defectsand
these d there will.be friction ,
no
three solid\ tralu oaded with this edible in future. The: that I have nothing'personally(' tJla; to MILLER .. tJ .
the .
primary systemIs ( .:.
; ""
l the public:, either by
speaking O writing
the
passed through city Friday night here to stay; in spite! of the efforts of i -vviv -Vj v- iXw?- Mv-v
aad yesterday en route to the northern for the press. Clematis ,Avenue, West of Ralt"y., .: '' '
certain politicians who make all the T(}.. :} I
markets The melons are just beginning trouble possible hoping thereby to make "Tb.e Intelligent and patriotic public, ,f_ INTERESTED + :;, '
to get ripe and the yield this season deeply interested In tile welfare of our A 'y
the odious to the -
primary system .people. ; ,
is expected to be larger than as>y -Madison Recorder. 'I'. party and our State, and ally advised of Iron and" -'rram:: ,

year previous, owing to the larger acre- tile public and private careers or both pairWork
axe and the fine quality of seed planted, '- i myslf and my opponent, and also as to Peninsnlar Electric :Consiraction -

L + which was purchased by the Louisville Well Said,' Bro. Mayes. I' our respecive capacities and attainments, i A Specialty '.

,. and Nashville and distributed free to the Like the old negro woman who got so must and should be left to judge betweed l '
'growers through Division Freight and enthusiastic over finding religion: that !. us without partisan addresses OIL our _. 'COMPANYIS

Passenger Agent Burton, of this city. she could not keep still for a .second part. Geo. S. Hacker & Son

Several train loads are expected for next during meeting time the people of Florida "I have.lived In Florida since 1874; Palm NOW Beabh open and to the patronage of the public, of West' ,' ?- 4 ,

week, and for the week following 150"' cannot help shouting over the workof began-my public life in the memorable vicinity. 1

cars are already in sight.Pensacola our delegates at Washington Every. Legislature of 1877: have always been a Electric Construction '
Journal. body wants a big Jabi1e* Florida hol Democrat and .
-a ,
always believed that the ton, C jfB] .IU,Burglar aDd Fir Alarm 8Um a Specialty. '
The Supreme Court at Tallahassee,has iday by which to Celebrate.,Jacksonville Democratic party was our only 1 political ALL WORK UUAUANTKEO. '
: Times-Union and Citizen. friendand ally: I have been judge "of .
it decided the case brought by Camp
West to secure a part of the State'eon.. Nonesense. Our esteemed contemporary a large circuit for eight and a quarter Offices In Jefferson Block, lo- s.Lf q +

.. Tlcts in favor of the State* -The saprem is doing all ltbe shouting, and evidently years and never failed to keep up with P. O, 394. West Palm Beach, Fla.
court held that complete contract had, mistakes the position of the gentlemen its duties; and these facts are well
between of who represent Florida In-Coo. known to Intelligent people. If my opponent '
been made the State board :<( ,
r internal improvements aad Camp & gress for that of waiters who expect: : a has a superior record I it is my .. I

West. The decision means that the tip for services they are paid to render. misfortune. Again thanking you for -:

State of Florida will continue. to secure The citizens Florida doubtless -appreciate yoyr kindness, -, MANUFACTURERS OF. BOND & BOND ;
COMPANYINCOUPOKATED.
$15r.5ofor each of the 'convicts, each the able representation\ they possess 111iii"I am yours sincerely, Doors Sash _
in Congress and will express: : their "W. A. HocfcER. ''
county receiving the pay for the convict ( .) -"-
approval by a reelection: but we are Blinds Mouldings
The attorneys for the State The expressions here quoted while ,
wire D. U. Fletcher. L. Clark and R... not prepared to believe that a fantastic taken from a private letter are so honorable -- ANDBuilding MANUFACTURERS OF '
of the Florida would I ,
parade delegation
W. Williams; while Camp & West were : and so well portray the high Material

represented by Cooper & Cooper Otis be endorsed by the gentlemen: compria- moral character ,,of Judge..Hocker :'n"at I lUMBER LATH : ..
the the, CHARLESTON S C.pa" AND
Green and lIoralio Bisbee. The decision Ing same or by 1)eoplewhom we cannot refrain ''frpm publishing them. ; SHINGLES: .
they 'The enthusiasm of the ;
means q<
$150,000 will! thus 'be 'given the State as TimesUnion'and well as ridiculous Citizen; it Is dangerous too combustible .-, for the sake of office degrade the)fcigti Send for Prices. FIOOlYiig..S. Jing andCelling., o Brick Lime'antTCement.; I
through
every year this channel.A position he occupies by discussing common '
and should be placed in cold storage -IN 8TOOJC-
despatch to the ]Jacksonville everyday politics, nor enter into a '
Tamp or in Biscayne in I .. +
Bay or tome place
Times-Union and Citizen, dated Monday heated campaign based upon his or his. OFFICE '
AND
where I it will not cause: a conflagration. WOOD WOOD O YARDS '3-1-1902
says "Judge :E. M. Graham, ofManatee -PensaCOla Journal.In opponent's merits or demerit. !! ON F. E. C. RY.
today at noon walked into a Such lofty and yefmeek and kindly

barbershop, took bis seat in a 'chalr.cODpialned .11 expressions: : should only more "closelyrlng Between Poincetta St. and:Lake" JYor h t ''

of feeling unwell and asked' Line for Burr. : > his thousand. of friends, to him Stove Wood .. ..... J

the barber for a glass of water. Before In yesterday's daily was the announcement and reHult in hi. triumph at the polls Delivered Any Part of Town. -*? 1
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tbejbarber returned be died of heart I of R. Hudson Burr's candidacy for on July 15th. LAKE WORTH BOAT 'WORKS

'' allure. Jpdge Graham arrived in Tampa !State :Rallroad! Commissioner. Ills plat- Judge Hoc. l e> bas a spotless record, .
this morning, accompanied by his Fora* was also given that yon may know Is a brave "and honorable man, au able J.eave orders at Wood Yard, on Clematis A. T. ItOSE-:"roprietor. t 9

son, Harry, a teacher In a Pensacola- ,what he represents and his views on all Jurist, an unswerving Democrat' and a or address Avenue; near' the railroad track, Launches, *ncat Sail and Fish: [ Boat, Bow Boat and Dh ghYI '

& school, who was Spending'his vacation vital points affecting the people' inter- borough Floridian. As such the Florida Built to Order,. Oyerhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out7 : ,

with his parents.. He bad been a prominent istt, as contrasted with those who tax Cracker gives him its most hearty and J. T. S ELL, ,Boat Yards at Mahgo a. "YJ '

figure in the political affairs of t hem "all the traffic will bear" unqualified snpport.-Florlda Cracker. rnopjtiETOn. foe U 10-19-tf Pr O"addms WEST PALM: BEACH 'FLA' ..


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4 THE TROPICAL. StTN, WEST PALM BEACH: FLOHIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE. 20 W04.' 7

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ADDITION EDITORIAL. It is altogether likely/ that FlorUafs Stop Paying, Rent J JBe

'\' ''JDIIDueoJ pare: two) Itinerary of Mr. A. A. Boggs' State Fair' will beheld, tlliayeaf 4fclfck( '

... City. That thrlviux town bas made a Your Own, Landlord I s

The "Tropical Sun acknowledge; Strong bid, fo*' U, and should take City t I
I Per wife i' cent!
the of Mr. A. A from'Dndo (for the Democratic '" secure- the prl section of the > MONTH only ;; ate
with thanks receipt an Invitation : Bogpx'candldAta; County gomI 8every) J 0'0't Interest per annum' will 1 buy a '
to visit Arc diaon Julyitb, and I nation( for the Legislature of tile State ot"Florida, haanrrnngod a scries'it State will eyelet! in making the Fair a $ .

take part) in the grand' celebration win' Success. -- $1,000 Home or LoanA. ',\
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public meetings; to be held -during the campaign. He addrfegs ,tbe ,----_.-- '

and barbecue. .. electors on the issues of the campaign on the following.' dates. and. n.t''the I To Cure a Cold In One Day AND OUIGif'Alr/ etf.: N ,I''

M The fitting-np-ot the cottago adjoining following places: ?. f .. \ Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab. The\ Standard: Guaranty and Trust Co. ;

lets. All druggists refund the If Capital Stout. 'IOtIOOIl.OO Kufi-r\- and Coiiion| Fund'jrOOO.OO: ,;
the June 23 at 7:3 money;
h [ Bee Hive on Olive street, STUART-Monday, : {l> m. -

,\; fry tbo West Palm Beach W. C. T U.for WEST PALM BEACH-Wednesday, June 25! at 7:80.: p. m. -?. It falls Is to- cure. B. W. Grove's.. slgna Watt F. AKMSTBONQ. .Tr,, Hibiscus Hotel;Palm Be ..ch"I, I
,. tnre on-each box. :IS'cents ARant for Iu<](\) nnil. Ilrevaril ConntlcD, will I toll< yon nil nhnul"u I Write htm
the use of the ;young; men of 'the JUPITER=-Thursday, June 20, at 4 p.HI. '"
"', town, Is a work that commends !itaell I ,
BOYNTON-Frlday 27, at 4 p. .tnY;, :PROFESSIONAL
to,every resident who has the welfare CARDS. When '
: of the town at heart. It is a plan DELBA; ;-Saturday, 'June 28, at.4 p. m. '

that: veil deserves unbounded success, POMPANO-Monday, June 60, at 4 p. m. C.(I.unpLi.iNowoiiTU' ., alto a,OUIIRf1c', We Write

and the young men should' not bestow TOUT LAUDERDALE-Tuesday,. July 1, at 4 p. mi; OIIILLINOWb1tT17&. CLtItIIIEATTORNEYS

to appreciate the kindness oj OJUS-Wednesday', July 2, at 4 p. m. ,- ".' .
AND COUNSELLORS.West
the )ladles. A Fire Insurance Policy
CUTLER-Thursday July 10 at 4 m. t '
------ p. Palm Beach, l''lii. you! can depend upon it, that tlll I l'd'
LEMON CITY-Friday, July 11, at 7:30: p. m. N; I 1!I.U: a. '! iITov; Is carefully and prop'-fl
This Is not flab but lobster '
a story, a '
12 4 m. I wriuoa ; that t/f.r I IOSF, If a tire
COCOANUT GKOVE-Saturday, July ,. .at p. } A
told The New York
story by '
\tV. I. >THETOALF, should occur will be promp'l.y
Fishing! Gazette :-- "The adventure of I MIAMl-rMonday\ July 14, at 730; p ni'. t.". / paid. You can't afford to entry t

a Maine fisherman with a monster The public. cordially I invited to attend._ Mr. Oraham W. Kings,Mr, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. your own Insurance-neither oin: i

lobster reads like fiction. lIe beach: Bogg's opponent, baa been invited to make the canvass! Jointly with; Mr.\ 1, NOTARY PUBLIC. you afford to g6 without. l.'lIllbD.1. .
practice tn> County,State and l. the twill talk: It over with '
ed his dory to sleep under during us.
II he shall
Boggs, and now has the matter under consideration accept, (
night; ,as a storm prevented his goinghome. ; tAND CASKS A SPa IAlTY.
The high tide during;the night; the; will be divided and every courtesy extended.stead offlold TROPICAL Bon Block !

brought tt lobster 4 feet 1# Inches, West Palm Beach. Dude. County, Florida The Tropical Real Estate Exchange !

p weighing! 27 pounds, which during of wasting. It is' for the protec. forth City Mrs. Palmer took hergueete I

hl sleep got hold of his throat with lion ot the waterways in the several out rowing: on a broad lagoon TT B. SAUNI>EU3..Tr.< ,. Tropical, Sun Block W. I.. METCALF Manager :":
flood and that is close to the house and empties i in .
its claw and almost '8tran led him, States, against damage by ':
ATTORNEY -
damage, by drouth. It keeps upon the the San Sebastian river. The tide wad AT LAW. Insure ,
but he freed himself and took hIs in the Old Reliable
hills and mountain sides'! the woods, high and the lagoon was fil1edJ with Corner Olive a tit) Datura Street,

catch home in the morning. whose influence upon climate, soil, and water. The'party had a gay timer;' .but. t".r WRST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Germania Life Insurance Company

.. rainfall is so beneficial to the country. at' did not notice that the tide was runningout / .. :

large. Will the ever lgilanlf Sun lend rapidly and; before they were aware OR NEW YORK. ORGANIZED IN 1860. I
TilE FROST LINE -
its aid to further this beneficent work ? of It the boat became stranded in the A.J., LEWIS For particulars address G. LOPER BAILEY,'l\latt.t\ e for Georgia and

Editor Taorcut, BON: H. N. OH.BKRT. middle of the lagoon. In a. short time ATTORNCY-AT-LAW Florid, Box 340, PaZalka: Florida.

In the early part of the year 1901,'the Fulton, ij. Y., June 13, 1902. all the waier had disappeared and they and NOTARY PUBLIC. ------ --- --

writer published In The Sun lome facts ---.-- were surrounded by a sea of black slimy .As-Mitvf the U. S.Fidelity ft Uiunuity c...,el .osSOttostoltottostokpkostokoworo.toltolaolloloaolso7.olto5 oitoiioft;
Concerning the cause of injurious frosts mud. Their cries for help were beard Baltimore, Md. o. o
Which had many times overtaken .Flor The. Best Prescription for M.lsriaChills / and the bank, was soon lined with spec Office.at-6rnor of Vleiuutli Avenue. and Mai1dunlin a V
and Pever Is a bottle of Giove's Street over Btrohm'B.tor., "IIO'!
Ida and other Statel and'giving as the tatorg helpless" to aid the :
Iron but they were Went Palm Deau" '-- I o G. G. Strohm Company 'i ;
Is
,//Tasteless Chill Tonic. It simply
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principal reason the cutting down,of the hapless party iu the boat. a,
timber !and clearing ofT of too I Urge areas and i quinine in a tasteless form. No Mr. Claude Haines, a sturdy young Tr P. BKANNINO; io:I o K o

'of the forest lands, and that during the cure, No pay. Price 50 cents. athlete providentially appeared on the o

lifetime of,the "present: generation, the scene. He took.. in. the situation at a Attorney and Counsefior'a f-Law, : i FHMILY; GR06ERIES Ifo
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cold wave of the North had moved fully R.: Hudson at Pensacola. glance aqd hurrying.home, soon, reap. (once over Bunk,) 01 teK "
three hundred miles Southward and peared clad in a pair of bathing trunk, .
j Dade County's candidate for Railroad .
a-i61902 WEST PALM BEACH FLA
f that while less than fifty years ago Tallahassee Commissioner addressed, by special in Two trusty mules were .impressed into Fancy Food Products i

wan considered to be in the vita troll, the Democratic League of Pen service, and,with stout cable tied to his JAMES: E.. ANDUEWS o' V o

centre of the orange,and lemon produc sacola 'of last week waist, younellalnei waded', boldly. Into 0
Thursday night ,
lug belt-front being unknown there- the mud He sank. to his armpit, but, ATTORNEY.A r.l.A W. Grain Provisions..
1 the cutting down of tU" tall pines and 200 members of the league being:present. after half an hour's, struggle, reached NOTARY PUBLIC, ''Ifo tfo '.
Speaking of his appearance before the the beleaguered patty, and tied the cableto t
,'t other trees baa slowly1 but steadily Democracy .of( Escambla. .county the the bow. The shore end was fastenedto 'ro.eeutbg Attorney of Brevaril!' Co. tfa- JEFFERSON CLOCK i.

r{ moved the frost belt further south, so daily Jou"$.1 of that city said: the mule-dray: ,and in a few moments FT. PIaaC&AND. TIXUSVII.I.B PLA.ra8lyr. If O : teo
the bout was safely drawn, to shore
that In and about St. Augustine frost '
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"Hou.lV.-Hudson of Dade
a Burr, county IIo
covered with mud
w Haines from .
was O
West Palm Beach Florida.J
has injurious to set or. I .
become
newly ,
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candidate for Railroad Commissioner head to foot, and hunted from the *> '
.onge groves, made a short address during which 'scene, leaving the grateful young women GEO. 91. 110HU1NS, o a -l-lyoi! 0 1
Fifteen years ago ,Demand, in Voluala to make their way home. The rescued YSloitoleo5tokoitoltoltoito okoaohl0kok0AO7.07taelo9soeo.oso7eo5to "
read his Burr said( be
be platform Mr// : ; anti CounBelor.at-Law.
county, was in its glory and alt Southern people are now. arranging to suitably Attorney ,
was not enemy of the railroads, but recognize young: Haines' services., i I. -- -
Florida wag planting orange groves; that he believed they were amenable to j Will practice la !State, and Federal Courts, GRAFTED
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\t..t!he!. present time, from the cause here of the ,
certain regulations on 'the part TITUSVILLE, FLA. MulgobaMangoes.
I J tJi (he frost,line has moved far Into Clyde Line Improvements. to.y. BUDDED
-. r people and that a railroad commission ._.. ,::1
N. .y i ,..(.ucuyclgency.'- : -er region, and unless Its with the interests of the people at heart When the'news came that the rive/ EATON; Mi 1>- Largest'Collection of Crotons, in the United States Palms, Pbyllan- "

?,. -.. can be counteracted could accomplish( much good. Mr. Bust and harbor bill, Including: the excelle&t L.D. thuI, etc. Allpotgrown. Full Line Of Citrus StOCk 0 0

prove comparatively ruinous to or- was listened to very attentively and wai appropriation, for; the. Improvement of HOMGOPATHISTWKST grown on High Spruce PAGe Land Atlilrcos. ,, ;

raising. This forest destroying and applauded as he finished speaking." the! St. Johns river and entrance, had PALM BIRCH;: FLORIDA.BeldnnceoppusituMetnudistChurch. .. '
I,JOHN' BEACH
changing business goes rapidly OnceCleolatla B. West Palm Ceach. Fla. :
.-- been passed In Congress; the people of Avenue next to MaHOnlu TnmDle.omce ;.j
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and Ita results are telling with rnlu. Jacksonville unanimously rejoiced, and noun 8 to U a.m.:1: to4 and 7 to 8p.m. -- ---
effect the entire Union well, Sunday :2 to 4 )I.....
<< as
upon You Know What You Are Taking in the Times-Union and Citizen the day '
tr presence of grip and pneumonia, Special Attention and to DlneiiHeii. ofWomtm A RIVER OF ..LAND.AMonUhlniK ,/ SPROE'SllPRESSFurniture
When, you take Grove's Tasteless following appealed>) a number of interviews Chlldron.F ; :
in this and other States
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so prevalent Chill, Tonic because the formula Is with prominent citizens, expressing Aiaoani of .i berth, 'rbn4(
d doubtless caused by the sudden chang plainly printed on every bottle showing their appreciation of the'great work l7. HOOD, M. D. rJo... Down
oE our climate. To what." except to that it is 8lmply-Iron and quinine in a accomplished and the splendid future a PHYSIC/AH AND 8UROEON. "Tlip cnpaclty of the Mlsnlnilppl' \ 1 for transferred and general

climatic changes can we attribute tasteless form. No cure. No pay. 50 cts. that was opening for this place as a port. filling! up ditiiulq unit old cbtiintels In druyinx) done at reasonable y

):present conditions? And how call -- And while the able and"courteous general Offin.,, o..r Btrohtn's. store WKST PALtlBHACir. something awful,7' snys John Swnli hilnalee'8o rates.
be.remedied? By restoring our lost manager' the Clyde Line was too Ripklence near Royal Poln- .\ "Governrnont: ou.ln04ll'shnv," Two-Seated
.', to the area of fifty' years ago: A Great Th rst. elms BEACH. 110. found that tb* naiuuut of solid mutter Carriage
out Hotol.l'ALH
far away to.be sought by the. reporters
would restore our springs: creeks The Census Bureau has Issued a a telegram was received at the Clyde uniiull; v rrled llutlt yicksburtc la sue, Or Single Buggy - 4
the former cHtuatic I pension 1 la> enough: ,, to,mn kill a block of
rivers and posi
o'f POTTKlt. P.
the
nt manufacture alcoholic ,
report office and sent down, which heartily accorded R'.n. square For hire hour
and health conditions' would return earth! UUD) feet high nnd a mile ; by or day.
liquors during the census year ending with* the, chorua of jubilation Fifty (Vet off the top of this Is spread Leave orders at Manilla\ House.
those of the average time named. May 31. which shows invested a capital everywhere heard. Mr. Theow G..Eger, 8.:18-08": W.!:ST PALM BEACH: PLA.C around on tho valley between hero and 12-6-trDon't

laW. cannot be disregarded f 1457.674,087 I in few his satisfaction Into the
a wordsexpressed- the sea> anti the feet t foes put
evil results following;, Our Conss' .' From the reports of breweries*. distil in the1 provision made, for deep If. ;PLATTS hi. D. gulf of Mexico to build up move conti '
.
should have done twenty-five years ledea and wineries, representing threectallllelt water front Jacksonville to the sea,' and I nent. Forget ,
what it is just commencing to do. of.' alcoholic liquors, I It appears predicted: great Increase in .trade and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. "Think what that means. Instead of ,

bill now before the Senate appro that there were inaenfactured of malt benefits. Telegram, ; delivered all iionn. ot thn day a river of water this Is n river of laud.
la ting f 10,000.000for the purchase of and night, It would-mnke n solid strenm of earth That we have, at all times,
: of distilled
liquors, 1,198,603,104 gallons; The Clyde Steamship Company is not
million acres of land in six South and U.oa9-IQO. Foal PlBRCJt,. Flo.I flvQ feet deep and nine feet wide flowing a choice line of,
liquors.. 103,330,423 gallons; given; to talking great'; deal however,
night and day a. fast as a urnii can
States to be set aside as a National *3>45*,567 gallons of wine making a but In deeds the 'thoughts are made ". >U.- IIOUGHTON walk four wiles an hour all sliding FLORIDA'VESTERN

is a move in the right direction; total during the year of all classes of speak plainly, and within! a short time down off tbe northern/ half of the country I '

great Appalachian, reserve is to be 1,325,358.094 gallons: after the pleasant message of congratulations 'DENTOS"HOLLAND toward the sea. Year In, year out.

i 'and administered by the Of this vast quantity the total con. the news is current that increasing DOCK. TIIOSK t. that endless line of earth BOOS on. It .M EATSLIve

in order guard the sources gumption fot the census Year write; tbe business makes Jt Imperative that the WEST PALM DSACtr.TV would take a force ot more thuD 00,000

the thousands of water courses which eflormoueamount.; of 1,332,166,685 gal- splendid fleet udwplyiog'betasen New .T.'DANIELea mon working&' Inelbt;, hour Rblfla. to
their from its plateaus to the throw the dirt luto the Ktronm, xuppos-'
way bus. Just think what a quantity of York, Boston'and Jacksonville: be en and Dressed Turkeys -
Inll,the river btil were rigid' oiW an In.
or to the Cult, and' thus pro. alcoholic and malt beverages were larged.' The matter-was no doubt under DE N'P8.. xhnnntlble supply of dirt oU tho !In hie. Chickens, Butter
the vast area of agricultural: lands down the throats of tbe thirsty consideration for time before the ,
poured
eonir COCOA. IKDIAM. IUVJtRoI'LOJl.JDA.ol.U.8t It would make :3,000.00& wagon loads
these rivers enrich and fertilize. people of this country. river and harbor bill was passed, but the Cheese, Eggs Etc.

'A'K wise and beneficent measure if car Has the reader a faint idea ot, now prospects have ,become,tven brighter ,1.1IIETCALF, every. But yeur.bcre-what are v the use ot such
out will be of incalculable fit since that lime, and the ,boats are not GUY
vast a ..quantity I,322I66,635gallons deemed sufficient for the services required. figures? Below Vlckeburg-.andnbove Prompt Attention to Mail Orders.
only to the States named' but to NOTARY fUBUO, have the earth
are? For the benefit of those who have It. too to an extent-We
commonwealths* and indirectly to not the time or Inclination to figure] it Yesterday it was understood that the F.r tilt 8tat of Florida at tor,..' Itself to speak for It Except for the
New York' junior two handsome vessels built, for tha occasional. fragments of the line of '
.whole coadtry. brief I
Bro's.
oat,we will state after making s DeadeMOrtaaaea.'Lewaend Contracts Faber MarketWest
and the
Chauncy pepew.; made a tell. of Clydea lam year, the Apache Dratted.Conveyanoing l. bluffs along tbe eastern edgo below I
that the number gallonsof .
calculation
will be enlarged aud their
Arapahoe, it Speelitlty. here which! bob at Fort Adams, at
up
of :
the
speech iu !fvor of passage consumed liquors enumerated above, carrying capacity, for both cargo and All.. Work UunraiibMil lasally: Correct.' ,
bill to establish a national. forest Increased. Otllce Iu fHOPICAb BOM Bin k. Natchez; at Grand Gulf, at BatonHouiie Palm Beach.
materially
amount to 36,726,853 barrels passenger watt Paint JItIa vb. Dud*. Country Florida. at Tort Iludsou. there Is 'nothing
Ja the Appalachian moun The Apache wilt beth fint-tG undergo IIlgolNew I '
If this vast quantity' ot liquor were about the level of the high water ..
extension and be taken offtbe
the --
citisen of New York State will} A.LAOE K..MOSES, --- --
As
& a ,
poured out oa a level plain, it would regular schedule after' the next trip. river except: the ol'tlOclallet'eoll. These
,. Depew Is familia'with forest, histo nuke a lake three: 'feet io depth,. anti It i. expected that the steamer will 'b' .8uo ollalO' to A. W.REAL Robert' (lire In places miles buck grout enrtbpubanks Idea in Trunks.
and what enormous' losses have been covering an area of more than two miles cut In half, just as the Comanche and Iro- sometimes thirty fret high or .,
AND INSURANCE.
here through long devasta "guts were done, and about sixty feet put ESTATE wore" ., sodded nnd free from trees.
k Adirondack and how diffi square I in. This: will give not only a greatly increased Agent fur Went Pun> neaoli: Town loin also which protect the wonderfully fertile
of the 'It almost enough to give a man the carrying capacity for freights, Wiw Palm Beach Water Workn.SOTAKV .
a tt it has been to- arouse the public conceive the but will add co.dderall'yto the accommodations PUBMC.CliunatlH region! behind' tbem.
to to consumption .
jimjams try A9<'.".near Oir eStroft.- ,- "And all tbla levee| country which
to a. proper sensa.'bf, the ,harm of so>much booze. We had to keep paas-cxers.; 1 1-2: -loel weal f.lw U achk Florida, 'the river overflows and fertilizes U 1
which I When the Apaclm has been lengthened
done and the calamity r
a'weJt towel wrapped. tou"d.our. noble Constantly! Increased bythin river of
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or perhaps before the work Is completed '
eveoj
threatened Being thus! acquainted. brow.while solving; tblir alcoholic ,problem I tbe sister ship the Arapahoe, 1I p 1->.. HLtWN; dirt which tb.. aJIIIIII1I8..pl brings down

what was sacrificed for,many years ;; and the night, following this liquid will go into the dry. dock and receive a ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. from the Irtllp.r0114./ l .i.. gathered art, the 1/4,1tm.: ,&

what baa since been IldaecIn'( his Calculation; we'dreamed that Milwaukee, similar extenaioow Plau and spaelOcatloas prtf>ar d. way from the Hotblea to' 'tbe Alleghuhies. ,,- ,
State, the Senator pleads foe a Louisville,i Cincinnati and Indianapolis The Clydea are now..buiUIn A fine. ,Jobbing; work given prompt attention. at. Sometimes the river starts to ontawaythis '
for the Burton and '
which must prove of Incalcula and that new freighter: Jacksonville Sttnn on Datnei Btrtxt. land that It b luunde. Inn. ,
the'sane place has been
line. This found
and necessary
;
were-one
several Single sunnier. If It will. !It eats away
benefit to these common the consolidated tpwnwe, a. vast float by tbe greatly Increased South- / l HOltOli O. BUTLER halt a mile of It out of souse bend It T"UNa.
and to the country,at large. It oo of Bock beer. eru business. and the new ship wilt\ be "a I Il
anocca
tag distillery in-. 'C"'DlD.ttbllai possible. cuts It out -sombtimes- aa acre at
this uare.wiU pat soon as CIVIL EHSINEtt
to be hoped that" 'other :Pensacola Press. The name of the new vesselfor the .. AND bite and takes with It forests houses, I
become: a law and that -- Boston line ban, not been announced but DEPlJf'f COUNTYSURYEYOR levees und all\ else. ..
ma; be favored it would be Deserves a Medal. it Is stated on good a..tborllY'tbat k will FOIt DADS COONtr.Loc.il "Tbe river IB not a uniformly moving.
to use some of the seventy-five mil. be arranged for the carrying of freight A...t far lh. Lin, J D etaoo.e trenm. One side or the middle moves Ttio 6iaiiH3.i! Dresser Trunk
Aattm.-t
appropriated for public buildings The St. Augustine Record tells of athrilling oaly.-.Jacksonville;] Tiuics-Vuton. f. K/C. R.. POMPANO -.' Swiftly; the other parts, are- still or R IJt.......... n ,new 14,11 bl trewka. II Iraparlghtelr
to the setting out \ rescue that'should prove an sluggish. Sometimes even these run.op a lug.nne.whh drawers llatendror '"
the clUr.rent'cltiea. of :West D. M GEAURIDEAU The swift la the cbtln. Hove .1 ,p'- e' rything' from a hat liT.
where have; been cut off. Inspiration to the gallant youths stream. part .Uue 'o1,1. ', 1 the Iootlou l is a.ecc,....lbl.e
trees they net current and runs In the deepest suctions. ,he r mercik.n n good bo tud..
ach. The Baptist Young .Peo- "l' t' a ,
time should be lost, and thBkd pit's Palm Union B has been laaessiou in the < iPALMS! ''SEATING PARLOR: It makes' crossings whenever' rpp.:Tw: ,!: ::,i' .,C'''I;p. ,fur' IIW.Jlr I .,'I rtKr-'lq, ,,::.new, 'I
of our Country again;be work by th.' driven off shore by' a promontory.
During'the convention a .. box of ,... onun. r.m.treOI": :: : \ F STALL MAN.
rapidly as possible until much of our Ancient City. '-U lf n tor Is oq'v"-'y These crossing are dumping'' placesfor A
should again .be woods and become number of the lady delegates were en. Laxative Bromo-Quinlne Taw.. SHOP UMBEU!: HOTEL PALMS the surplus earth tbe 'river has oH Went 'prluj Street, "
lands water absorbent and retain in- te'rtalned by Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Palmer, ... rtoMd that WSIM at eoM Is* ... MW w.., latss Deaeh''. rl.. picked up MI the bend It'1. eating." l' 1-s- .r tOl.VM.Btl8, VUJO

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ii PROPOSITIONTO A NOBLE ADJUSTMENT--'Tn-" m B i '


ANNEX CUBA. WORK "BEGUN' CLAIMS A Useful Present :
Express Charges Orders
\ 1 PAID on all 1 Send us in Your Mail

t1; Resolution Presented, .The Senate '. What 'The Florida Railroad Commissioners Cash Purchases ;..; -.w..y. r./ Given with all tt
Dy Senator Elkln Would Coat' The West Palm,Beach W. C. T. U : Have To Say ; Cash Purchasesampun $
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amounting New
$100,000 To Carry The Reso'\. Will This'Evening.Open a"Home" .
: and over, : ting to$5.00,
On TheSu1jeot exceptIRON G uT S
Department
lutlon Into Effect For. :YounglMen, ing onCarpets Store $10.00, $25.00, Dilf). r

and $IO) Ot $75.00, and ,
Last Friday at Washington. Senator The fifth annual report of the Florida\ '
:Elkins Introduced a joint resolution, in, The members vf the W. C. T. U.. of Railroad Commission has been submitted Domestics JACKSONVILLE, FLA. $100.00 ffJro
the Senate providing,for the annexationof West Palm Beach, take great pleasure to Governor Jennings, Tbe comD slon- \ ,]'
Cuba and for its admission a.a State< ill announcing to to the public that they era treating of the various subjects com '
+' l' of the Union. The resolution grants the have.arranged for permanent quarter, Lug under their jurisdiction had thl* to WE WISH TO STATE to our many friends and patrbnswe :

consent of Congress to the erection of looking to the development of a plan, say In regard to adjustment of Clalm'aud ;
thePepublicof: Cuba as a State of ,the which they feel will answer a long felt the correction of abuses; 198 'are. now prepared to take care .of your mall orders. ''Wet

Union, "to be called the State of Cuba, need In oar' community.\ "The cotnmlnnloners. have been im ,
x y with a republican form of government I Through the kindness of Mr, W. I. pressed and ofleutlme embarrassed at 4 are better equipped than ever, devoting part of our second; ,.! f.
to be adopted by the people of said Metcalf we have secured the cottage on the manifest hesitation of many persona door .
republic by deputies in convention assembled -: Olive Street just south of the Bee Hive, who have suffered wrongs At the handsof 4 to til 1 ;
9 b with the consent of the existing i and are :now having it calcimined, the railroads In making complaintsto '
cleaned and nicely fitted up and mad the commission, so that such wrongs!
government. '
+ A condition is specified that the con- ready for the pleasure and entettain I may be corrected. It ia largely for this OR MAIL ORES" ,. S;
1 tltntiou of the proposed State shall be ment of anyone who desires such s prix> I purpose that this department of the .

submitted to Congress not later than liege. State government ia in existence: and rYirfl'' -
r Jan. I, There also is provision Two competent ladies will be in charge those persona who have acquainted 5&S -our new" '
a
1904. We are now in quarters occupping a four-story( :
from half :
that the debts of Cuba shall not become of the Home each evening past themselves with the powers and dutiesof m

a charge upon the general Government. seven to ten o'clock. We. especially the commission, and the very simple brick building, and equipped with the very latest, .
There is also an alternative proposition invite the young men of our city, who process at f obtaining redress for wrongs i j*' : i.
giving the President authority, if he are boarding and are away from home committed by the railroads, through the >
ties to come. medium of the commission,have availed ,
prefers, to proceed in a more direct way I
for Cuba's admission as a State. This The members of the Christian En- themselves of the advantages here offer- Imported and Domestic Godsp. i
I provision permits the admission under deavor Society of Congregationa ed, with the result that in a large maJority T ro
the terms of the resolution itself, "In- !' Church and the Epworth League of the of cases our adjustments com- ;; ,..-
1 stead of proceeding to submit the resolution Methodist Church will give us their aid plaints submitted have been accepted by We ask'you for ,
to Cuba as an overture on the and heart]cooperation in carrying out the complainants with expressions of i'I I
part of the United States." If this lat this! enterprise. We issue our first Invitation entire satisfaction. If a shipper or consignee I ejy
ter is State is to be for thin Friday evening, June or passenger has been over- In _
course adopted a .. Sending. Your Orders, Kindly''Mention !This Paper ,
formed "out of the present republic of joth. Again we say, come, "without I charged by a railroad company, he need +
i' Cuba, with a form of money and without price." only address a letter to thecommision at .
;, and with republican representatives in government Congress (Signed) Man J\a. R. ANTHONY, Tallahassee, stating his complaint In his >L 'Write For One of AH Mait'. On/era I1. "i,

and be admitted into the Union MRS. S. D. PAINB, own way. In ordinary cases the ser Our New FURCHGOTT'SDEPARTMENT
by this act on an equal footing with the MRS. J. C. STOWERS, vices of a lawyer are quite superfluous, jw 'Illustrated FILLED and ,,,1 '
..h, existing States as soon as the terms and MRS. GKO. W. Pea and the only expense to be Incurred by t t:4:: Spring and Summer k + 1
conditions of such admission shall be Ex.Com., W. C. T. U. the complainant would be a few cents Catalogues, SHIPPED on re-

agreed upon by the Governments of the .-- for poatn< republic of Cuba and the United States.!' "Complaints are immediately investigated -
Dewey In Command. 1 ed free on applioatlon. .
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ffj The resolution provides for an appropriation and If ascertained to be 'well '1s ( JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Writs for Samples .
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Admiral Dewey is to go to sea again,
+ of 1100,000 to its provisions founded, the overcharge is directed to :(rtj "
1. carry
into effect. flying his flag with ,the four stars, in be refunded or the unjust discrimination '
k .. command of the greatest fleet in numbers to be discontinued. If the order is !j
together
the United States has gotten -
not obeyed, the matter is placed in
KNOX IIATS-standard of the worldat since the days of the civil war, the hands of the Attorney-General

,i 4 ANTHONYS Baos. and far more powerful in offense and de- or the State Attorney, for suit in the
I tense even than any of those war fleets. name of the State,.... provided by taw! %' '1VP"f THEEverglade .
} oooaoeoooofriM' Secretary Moody has conceived the idea, So lone as the subject matter of a com- "
f and after consulting the pleasure of Admiral ROGERS' t en and SblJ>per ofPineapples
j CHURCH NOTICES plaint.Is within the jurisdiction vested Produce Co.Bu
Dewey, it has been arranged that
by law In the railroad commission, neither -
he shall be placed in supreme command the amount of money Involved-bet Silver Ware :
I Hethodlst Church. of the fleet (comprising the North Atlantic large or small-nor the nature of the West :Palm Beach.Fla. .
.' r ; the European and the South Atlantic' complaint will interfere with its adjustment Tea Spoons s
.. Hay Grain Butter
at
Preaching it m. Poultry, ,
be assembled
squadrons), which is to by the commission with all due \.
Ususl and Limes
Sunday evening School at service 9:45: a.at m.7:30: o'clock. near Culebra Island. in the West Indies dispatch. Again, this commission is in \, 75 Cent and op Eggs, Potatoes and ,

i Epworth league at 3:30: p. m. next December for the winter maneuvers open session every week day of the;year; ; All ..
Secretary Moody himself desires to wit. and will at any time entertain complaints Table kinds of Crops by Carloads.
Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor. and it is SpoonsPer ,
1vl' ness these maneuvers, even pos submitted to it."These'observations. Produce
"r sible that the President may find time to are made in the Set, $1.50 ,
% Congregational Church. make a voyage to the south to see the hope that a greater number of the peo- I I and up > at '
big iron-clads in war movements. Ad. will avail themselves of the servicesof '
of pIe>
Owing; to the absence the pastor the
warning service at II o'clock and the miral Dewey goes gladly to his work. Its the commission to correct wrongs Knives Per Sot Do You Want aWe tts
settled that Secretary Moody will wit coming within its jurisdiction. In proportion .and ,
evening service at 7:30 will be omitted ; $3 up have STEAMBOAT '
the movements of the them to Sell,and If we ha ve
ness summer
this is done will the usefulness
:next Sunday and the Sunday following; as none on hantl tosuf,we can build
Sunday School. usual at 10 o'clock. North Atlantic squadron,involving combined of the commission Increase. This board Prices onSterling Jut what T<>u.want. +
I Christian Endeavor at 6:30.: The regular naval and army attack on the de- bas no officer or agent to travel over the also aWe
k : service may be expected the first fence of the eastern approaches to New State in search of claims and complaints Sliver are PreparedTo ,
Furnish ... .
York It is that he will 1 J ...
'I, I Sunday in July.Baptist. city. expected for adjustment; but when these are ....'.
t )CO on the Dolphin for the purpose, and submitted to treated with
-I.-- us they are as Quoted on Outfits for 'J (
Pumping Irrigation.
he has Invited as his guests Senator much consideration as would be given ApplicationRailroad :
: Church. Hale, chairman of the Senate naval them by any of the courts, and without Write or call on us for Anything In
Divine services at the Baptist church committee, and Representative Cannon, the necsssary delay'' and expense which WatchTIMEtyNSPECTOR Our Line that you need. (
Sunday at II a. m. and 7:30p. m. chairman of the House appropriation usually attend proceedings in the Merrill-Stevens
Sunday-school at xo a. m. Prayer- committee. There will be other guests courts.". Engineering Co.,,
meeting Thursday evening at 730. than these,but Secretary Moody has Dot ,
: All are welcome. yet announced their names. FLORIDA EAST COAST JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; G
A Red, White and Blue Tea.. PI,ANT SYSTEM ,... r
SEABOARD AIR LINE 4 Paoaaisr'ea Jacksonville Marine Hallways
It Is the Intention of the lady residents :
JACKSONVILLE & SO'WESTERN
of West Palm Beach of British .

..........................:........................ birth, to join! in the coronation festivities R. J. RILES troSSO7soi1c7soi1o1so1to71o7soitoiloltoko11oS1o5toi1oi1o71. o S1oi1o71o71oSSOlso 'f
and todo their share in o
celebratingthe Sill West Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA

I. plan[ crowning proposed to of be King followed Edward.is the The giv i X X o o' National. Bank of the State of f Florida x f'

I: lag of a red, white and blue tea in frontof X
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JEiiloa Man o
i the !"Breakers" on Coronation Day, b 08S s I.X 0
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Thursday, June a6th, from two to five X JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
: Sale. o'clock in the afternoon. Invitations The supply of this fruit la very o Y.
Removal have been extended to the male residents limited and the demand pressing X o STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY x'
of Palm Beach who are British Orders are now coming in for sum- ,0 X : ,
born to join ,with the ladles in this celebration mer delivery. I can book X N Nip y. .A
20 cent. Reduction o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. THOMAS P. DCNHAH, Cashier. .;
on The committee of .
per arrangements Only Cash Orders, X : .
o JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.. x yJi
is of .
composed Mrs. W. W. in .
to be sent by express: the order: .
El I all CASH PURCHASES, ex- MaughHn, Mrs. J. E. Hln.dry, Mrs. A. received. Price 25 cents each, f i 2 o .1' ts'o 0 ." .
L Gardner, Mrs. G. Elliott, :Mrs. I,. W. a dozen. Money promptly returned Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmers *S. a '. '

I'x Knox Hats, E. & W. Collars Burkhardt and. Miss-Baldwin. Cuttings if orders exceed of Mulgoba supply. Mi.ngowood a JI o kokokokokokokokokokokokokAOkokokokokokokokokokokottoK and Frnlt-Growers Solicited. So, tr t

Has the Right Ring to It. for grafting by's new and eater .
and Sweet Orr Overalls. ,
The platform of Hon. R. Hudson only known practical method,
Burr of Dade who is furnished at SO cents each by mat
county a candidate
A rare opportunity to buy for election to the position of Railroad or express. Il1111 Sta OFFICIAL uA LODGE SEALS S .

Commisioner,. published in this "ELBRIDOB GALE, Pr i lD S ..TO ORDER..

,, your Summer supply. Isaue sentiments, has the of a ring man, of not honest alone convictions ,of the 2-S.11 ,Mangonia, Fla. IN TWELVE. HOURS ',

but ol one who knows whereof he OF'ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Stamp Works'
l speaks. A perusal of Mr. Burr's platform West D1MICK & B1EC1EL, .
I r. F will prove interesting to every Proprietors GUY I, METCALF, Local Agent. 224 Main St., Jacksonville F a;|
male reader The New., especially
;. those engaged in agriculture.-Fernan- ,
dina News PalmBeach
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Born.Penan. When You Need : M


Anthony Bros. .a B.Tuesday M. Pottet,June. !,At a 17 sou.West, 1902 Palm, to Mr.Beach and,Mrs.on -Ao..DrugStore-..--- Mantels; Tiling and Gratis ; :,_,

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Judge Heyser, of Miami was In -DE LEn8 IN- forPrides
f, West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami yesterday. town 'n Catalogue


Pineapple.5t Crate. Drugs, Toilet Articles FLORIDA BUILDING SUPPLY 'CO. r

I am now prepared to accept orders '
for 10 rear loads pineapple crate material; ,Fine Stationery anaDruggist's JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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: for delivery after June Ijth G./F. .>::
0000r addlson, Ball Gallie, Fla. at Sundries. .

_ AMTBONT'' SHOES -", ...-
ABB Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold.! Pl'MeriptlonsCarefulJy CompoundedEast I!lend MANON'S_. Fl\ctorr013Olt: .
.rM Coast Business Solicited.. Ionic m*** OlO. VT coii hay 8t.,
r y L SILENT SALESMEN Laxative Bromo Qui fole Tablets core WEST PALM Ua/J4\ ofGUAVA Office and Haleof" *.
BEACH
''Y a cold In one day. No'cure, No pay.ajc. J JELLY / room. 41.1 W. nay A _
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( 4"limra 8t. J.aek.envltie
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Jelly : ... f
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