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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 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 )
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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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THE ELECTORS Reports at the Meeting1 of Town ''Walkover'1 ShOe ANTBONY bROS.. .'
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; i : People as They Come and Go- l- I Dr. II. S. Woods .has opened up a

+ Council Action 'Being Taken People': Whom You Mayor See what Hatchett Sa.s..hr'ts.; ad.:{this oiedic,! 1 office in the teffer ou Block. .,
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.' to Protect Health. week. And remember not tQ forget if.KRIPPENDORF'S al1dard tie
I jttay Not Know., +j KNOX H TS-B of world* .
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LADIES' SHOESat --at ANTHONYS BROS. *
TEST MEETING THE> CAMPAIGN Regular weekly meeting of the town .
OF ,council was held on Tuesday evening, "Mr. Dale ,Miller\ of Sewell Bro, ANTHONYBROS,.. ., ,, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.: Dow, who have ,,J i

when there were present Chairman Geo. Miami has b1ten'III.,toWQ this week on Judge Call has sentenced Wtillam: Sylventer been guests at the Seminole for the pasta

W.'1'otter; and'AldermeA lmlck, Lau- business.. recently convicted at Jacksonville two,weeks, I left Thursday:: morning for .-

Held.. ,ln this Town Last Wednesday Evening Able Speech by. ther, Otwell and Oecr. 'Mrs,:Ben'It. Poster sad two 'daugh of murder in the first degree.. to -be ba1'tol1\> \ ,where they will spend several .
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The minutes of last regular} meeting Grace" are tela- hanged weeks .
A ters, and Dora, visiting/
"The ..Candidate. He Is Strongly Opposed
People's .
i were read and .
approved.The '
fives Atlanta of the Ladles
Jn Ga. An 'Important meeting On Wednesday evening of last week, '
to the Dispensary Measure. following accounts were present- Association will be held next
Judge A. J. Lewis left yesterday for Cemetery Judge A. J. Lewis united In marriage

h ed. for payment: Tltusville he wilt spend or Tuesday nfternoon, at J o'clock, at the Miss .Martin, of Boston, ot the .Semlol '
W.,P. Hatcbett supplies-- $ 65A. where; two '
home of Mrs. P.. B. Everett.
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three days on business. .< !;,Hotel here to MrWX} >>'i11iaals, ,
first gun In the present political I do not wjsh the vote of1 any man B. Otwell, street work- 7 35 As Rev. Dr PainCj pastor! of -1he due pf the F. E,. .,,entI1ioyeeay)? t tiNK .1
On motion of Aldermen Lauther andeer i Mrs; C: J. Perry, of -Augustine (!, Is "
f Ign, on behalf of the candidacy of who cannot give It to me conscientiously Union\ Cougregationsl.Churchwill not
to this the bills were ordered paid. staying ia town with her sister; Mrs. 11. next 'The inafbhaVtiin* 1ilfhtpo'Hcemnnfiave | "' ;;
A,Boggs. of Cocoanut,Grove,(or ; and I appeal to yon place return until week t from Pablo '
MAYOR'S REPORT.: T. Grunt who Is ill. been waroioffVetpM tobe'pertieu.early .
bsentatlve" from Dade County to the matter before your own friends. Was ", quite Beach, there will\ be. no preaching .ar-.. ( -

da State Legislature, was fired In I'rlpht'when; I took the position that a The following 'report was. received Mr. Ehtnau returned, to town last Saturday vices in that church next Sunday, carcful aboijt, y burning! smudge

([jstPalm: Beach,on Wednesday eve- corporation has no business in politics from Mayor Burkhardt; from Boynton and' vicinity, where The big dredge Siiwanee came down fires, In certain, cases oueglect'With." -
: i la the last few days;; 'there, h'ave been
ill it'was To the Chairman and Board pf Town
g., .. and should keep out of If '.. he visited. for a fortnight, from the head of the Lake on Mondayand from serious '
the fact that for several days! right for"me to take position, 'then Council, narrow escapes coriflagrat-
that dock here
:yh Spite '' .Mr. VB. Kendall, chief of the me- was tied tip at the railroad Ions. J" '
_il Jim*to the meeting/ the residents ofAjjjjiown you owe me your support, and if I. was Gentlemen herewith present report chanical' of The for several hours. Later in the day it

t 1 ',had been :lIufTeriag from 'an wrong,then you owe me your opposition.But for: the. weekending Tuesday,' June returned department last Saturday TropicalSun from a proceeded .to the canal at Boyoton The Board of Trade did not 'do any ''

fc vyiial Invasion of mosquitoes, making ,, gentlemen, I,sav to you now, that 4th: week's business to where further dredging operations are in business at their meeting Wednesday on
fence out of doors a misery,.there there are many men In this audience Everything has been quiet and Order. trip Jacksonville. account of the political meeting and .
[ under the Marshal's supervision during Miss Kate Cook returned to her home pcogress. the presence lntedv1a. .of
,a very large and enthusiastic gath- who have had it brought home to them ly ;* swarm <
The sensation of the I week -has been
Ay ring in fro) 'of the bandstand in the c1ose't' their own lives; 1 say to you the week. ..... at West Palm Beach the first of the mosquitoes! -The meeting os,penal. to''

Park at half parteeveoo'ciockthe that no corporation can go Into politics The scavenger reports daily that he 'week, having/ spent the past two monthsat Anthony Bros. great clearing sale before order, the utiuutesoftitalllaat.neeting! | ) (

) 'at which the meeting commenced. without leaving a filthy trail of 'cor- has carefully cleaned all alleys. He I DeLand visiting': friend'**.-DeLand removal to the new store. The were read and approved! aod\aif .ad.- ,

,V, iratlon bad been made tor ruption'; of Intimidation and boycott also :collected 'the usual Saturday rub-, I Record. j. twenty per cent reduction on nearly all journtnenl was made for tw weeks,,

.'f':': ""' 1)1e way of providing/ behind ,it wherever: it goes; It baa no blab, which netted $1.40, ,and! placed the rq.zdr.ar ) Manon, 'Jacksonville, lines -of goods has resulted in people liamefy until July lli'e'i tl6 JWj A jK '
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s "" I. to.tb ajid night. The ,.... "
alor day
fires to business to men. A corporationIs amount'la the bands., of thi clerk.';" I brther'celebra'ted' Mauoir CuaVaJeliyand .flecking( 9 'T.- '''r,- rr>**!.ioIIi i.'p juWUif
head
.. oo\! lId.smudlt'i control : '
; Ii ; The be vale "wilt be continued for some time. Work bn the steel swing of then sew
; ,,,,,..1 the moequltoee.Chalr made to control money, and under sanitary inspector reports that Candy, Manufacturing Company Lake Worth bridge has progressed. so
;'t was occupied very setie1tAy our grand constitution men are allowed Is making every effort to collect all fees I was In West'.Palm: Beach last Saturday On account of the mosquito pest, it far this week that the bridge has-been

fy by W.'L Metcalf who In J IntroJiug to control themselves. due the town for services rendered: He on business.Mr. was found necessary to postpone for one mounted on its permanent rollers and '

Mr. Boggs referred to hs! many Fellow citizens I that further reports that the scavenger has stant week, the debate on the dispensary, .
: Bay to ;you Paul Clark, the lopu1arIII swung into posltition. It is expected:
n been neglectful la making his rounds, announced for last ,
rllent 'qualities a public man and 'things have been brought to bear that at the West Palm- Beach postofHce, has which was Tuesday that the bridge will be open for traffic f'

who' would, fittingly represent the have tended to assist the political domination 1- and baa specified) the' places wherein he returned from Hot Springs, Ark./and is evening, to be held la the Union Con. : within a few days when it will be "
; very .
I g has failed to do hi duty.. I requiredthe The debate will
Uonal Church.
'erents of all\ the He also Rail greg
people. ,of the Florida East Coast again on duty, after an absence of near. used by the sand train now carrying .
welt at some length on the new primary road. I believe if Mr. 'FIa ler knew scavenger to go'with the inspectorto ly three months. therefore not take place until Tuesday the filling for the East side improve- e
the places neglected, 'and also required evening of next week July 1st. ,
law the '
and to of the
", appealed people one-haif of the doings In behalf Miss Fay Miller, a teacher of the' primary ments.
before your Hon
T ,$ lie their owq best; judgment In,.cast- railroads, its constant meddling: with him to-appear department in Jasper Normal The small boys .were thrown Into a

p., ballots, on July 15th, as the the political affairs of our County, its orable' body and show cause why he Institute, came t>ver to this I city state of excitement on Tuesday morning The Tropical Sun learns .that the

f tetak'tft oh that day would practilly I constant- nominations of candidates to should not be fined for failing. in his Saturday and remained until Monday by the arrival in town from Miami, of t work of tearing down the wooden pier

; amount to an election. fill public offices of.importance to-this duty. afternoon with her friend, Mrs. A. J. colored brass band. The hand came at the ocean beach at The Breakers, will ,

MR. BOGGS, ADDRESS. railroad, that he,,the1'' greatest property "During the week constant and steady Reamy, when she left for her home at hereto advertise St.John's day amongst be begun early next week. The pier

''Qrr. coming 'forward Mr. Boggs owner here; would 'take steps to put a repair of. streets has been In progress I West Palm Beach.Madison New En. the colored' folks. A masonic celebration will be replaced by one constructed entirely

{ et. with a" "VWy hearty reception. At stop to: this stute of affairs. Were be under my personal direction. terprise.Mrs. was held in Miami on' Tuesday, of steel and the"plans indicate

I outset be gave his audience an, out. In personal charge of his affairs he I held court last Saturday, June aist and many from here accompanied tht that' it will be a decided improvement on ,

tie of the platform on which he stood would' see where'his'; Interest8lle and at which ten colored persons were convicted Franklin Sheen and her little band to that town on Monday evening.The the present, pier; It is expected that, ,

,'r r fa. reference to local politics. would pursue a far different course. of gambling, and were duly punished son, who ha*.. b spending several new home on Olive Street for the the ,building will occupy about two

; attitude dispensary Another charge that U made againstme by fine or imprisonment, as per weeks at her brother's. Mr. C. W. Gritfin's men of the city was formally months.
jJ. Speaking! .of his on the young '
: ordinance. All paid their fines except left this morning for Pine Castle .
{ Mr. ) .announced is the charge "factionalism." In opened the W. C. T. U. of West Palm
Bare' question, Boggs by .
(H, three, whq. are yet in the care of,.theMarshal. where they will stop over a few days One of the guests at the Seminole Ho. ,
[ :' Wuwlf as oprjbeed to a State dispensary a conversation I had with,, l'rlr.los. A. Beach last Friday evening On the
tel last before
with relatives before returning to their Saturday night, retiring,' r
.Ii. law. and opposed to any dispensary McDonald, who is unquestionably the submitted opening night, there was a large attend- lighted smudge fire in his bedroom.
Respectfully West aim Bellch.KlllsimmeeV.lley
at
;9 enactment that would inflict a dispenary : leader of the other: side, he said "the L. W. Burkhardt, Mayor.On home Gazette P. ance of young people and every night Mot being as careful as he should have

on Dade county. ; only trouble with you -Is factionalism." since then, the rooms have been well been, he placed the smudge close to the

Continuing: / Mr. Boggs Bald, in substance ': My reply was that I bad appealed to no Rev. L. Hindry, rector of Belhe da. patronised.: This has been gratifying to mosquito canopy which covered the bed.A .
send the motion of Aldermen Leather and by-the-Sea returned to West Palm Beach 'much
: faction to me to Legislature. the ladles who have gone to BO few minutes later, the netting

"On several points there ban, been a { came out to announce my candidacyto Otwell, the report was accepted and last Saturday from Baltimore, where lie trouble to provide for the comfort of fire and was destroyed. The caught bed

J% great deal of misguided opposition to the people of Dade county and the ordered filed, attended a special course at the Johns those who, are residing here and far clothes followed suit, but by that time

.' one 'Of that there can be no doubt. It moment I did so', your faction jumped Aetter was received{ from George S. Hopkins University. Rev. Mr. Hindryleft removed from their former home Influences. help had arrived,'and the blaze:! was
extinguished
both feet. Adania; city clerk, from Little River,in again on Tuesday for Owenby, N: ) felt
'hast been made evident by a great many on my neck with. The Home Is tilling a long with I little damage
V t': very resulting -
been' made reference to sanitary inspector and sanitation C. where he will have charge of a
people who ought.to- know better,. that The statement ,1tae'also need and should be encouragedrMr.G. .
position was thus and so on' these that I have expresued myself detrimentally matter. On motion of Aldermen church during the summer months. 1, ,
my
II. Giffia, of Riviera, was a
repeated the Interest of the workmenof Geer and Otwell, it was received and those who witnessed the Installation .
been to
and this has Among
.quertloos. ., caller at the office of The Tropical Sun Old residents of West Palm Beach are i <
honestly at a great many times wish Dade County. This Is an absolute filed. of Rev. W. E. Boggs to the on Monday. He"brought to town wjth unanimous, in saying that never before 4; j jm'

ft could feel that all of' these misrepre- He, as I have never thought or dreamedof SANITARY: INSPECTOR'S REPORT. pastorate of the First Presbyterian him some splendid samples, of homegrown their, experience, have they known '

raentationa were' honest but the facts. saying such things. The real reason At the request of the Council Mr. Church In Jacksonville last Sunday,was peaches including the early Bid- such; an invasion of mosquitoes as has ; 5 |

are against it. for the opposition to me In Dade Sidney Metcalf, who has been acting as Rev. S. Of Paine; pastor of the Union well, Waldo and Jewel varieties. These occurred here during the past week. .

There ,ate" people la Palm Beach' to- county, is ths! ,-that the officials of the sanitary Inspector, during the absence Congregational Church of West Palm peaches were .grown on white and yellow Weather conditions were favorable for .;
Corporation will not consult of Clerk Adams, made a verbal report Rev. Dr., Paine was some 1''Ii'
,day who have heard me express myself East Coast City Beach. years sand with ashes as the only ferti the pesky torments, the usually cool
.openly on certain issues, and 'who the interests of the people, and these in which he atated tbat be had ago, pastor of the First' Presbyterian
lizer. Mr. Giffin hall. .all told, six hun easterly ocean breezes:! giving place towarm \
i have been misrepresenting me again officials know that I cannot be control inspected Several of the alleys and had ,Church in, Jacksonville.Mr. dred trees and had it not been for the mosquito, laden winds .from the /i''!

\\Vnen through; misinformation I am led by the corporations.Of found that the scavenger had in a few Franklin Sheen who for several very dry: weather, be would have bad a Everglades. From Thursday of last .

I imlsrepresented.TbatJs a mistake, but my opponent In this raceX shall cases not completely "performed' 'bis weeks past has been In the interior ol large: quantity of peaches for shipment week to Wednesday of this week, life

\wfcta; they deliberately misrepresent me',' have yery little to say. I know him duty. Several complaints havebeen Florida on a surveying trip returned to this is practically the first experiment was surely a burden for the residents of ;

tthat U .He;" and that 1s exactly what it well,. personally and what he thinks a, made and a personal visit made to the town Thursday of last week. During in peach growing on a large scale in the Florida East Coast. Smudge fires

amounts is when these people- gn on, and :what he says ,matterslittle In this) parties cotnplaintng.accompanled\ the his tour of the State, he drove and walk. this) section of the east- coast and Mr. were burned la every yard and every'home

after I have .explained my position contest, since be Is put up as the scavenger. The inspector experienced ed many hundreds of miles and 8S. Giffin feels confident that it will provea and early in the week, the drug

property *1''these, matters, and "continue tool 0(.. certain 'faction in this County considerable trouble in collecting the plored much territory that has not often great success. gist's had sold every ounce of insect

to misrepresent and carry on the who would lead him to the Legislatureto :scavenger fees and a few of those in ; been visited by the white 'man. Mr. The members of the Sunday School powder in stock. Tuesday night, two
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y' Same old game. use him. aS, they might see fit. He arrears had refused to pay. Sheen will spend'the next few weeks barrels of this powder arrived from
class of Mrs. G. M. Parrish, were' delightfully
Now If I have been extreme, if I may not be .railroad' candidate, but of Mayor Burkhardt spoke a few words surveying land near-StuarL:! I entertained by her at her Jacksonville by express and it is said a
may that if his In behalf of the'scavenger, 'who he said
have. been radical--if I have been .nn- this; yoJ be assured Mr. and.Mrs. I,. W. Burkhardt very' home Monday evening. After a very that this large quantity was gold lu 24
think could con. had tried to do his duty as best he could ,
backer did not they
'reasonable id the positions T.,have taken pleasantly entertained a party of young and .enjoyable-program of hours' Over on the East Side, the
.K.lnIUbe 11''."H. C. Ry., for the people I trot him, they would not be spending However, IIlnca'tbe appointment of an friends Monday evening in honor of the \music Intcreatiug and recitations bad been rendered, wor1r.men.round the: Polnciana and

ofDadtf county.,. in endeavoring to all, ,lTT i' time and all their money In.( inspector, he felt sure that there would birthday of: their daughter;;: Miss Maud. the indulged" dainty refresh carpenters engaged: on new building. ,
trylhg to elect .him., Why are they bs no trouble. fit the future, and no com guests
r secure rateswhich would leave them 'this : The evening was apenla music and ments. At a seasonable hoar the young had to leave their work and seek shelter V

a fair and reasonable profit. it I have hiring men to rata about through plaintsl oe' read dancing:, after dainty refreshments had folks' departed, voting their hostess a from the clouds of mosquitoes that fairly y
County -and canvass for htm. Thereartf' The duties, acllveager were tothatofficial'by
been unreasonable IIi csyingthat corporations been served.' Miss Burkhardt received charming entertainer. Those particIpatinfTta swarmed from Lake' to ocean. Indeed

have end, ;,, bu'lne..la .p litlc., dozens of men who are neglecting Chairman Potter. Nothing several beautiful and useful presents, the pleasures of the eveningwere so bad' was the plague 'on Sunday and
: done In. connection with
and .will further
their business continue was
then I say it la the daty of the-,opposition ordinary and her friends all join in the wish that : The Misses Lillian Cook. Grace Monday nights, that many of the EastSide ;
until the
of will there -be
day the nor
do until I5th Walter
to so
the .
not to content themselves with she may have more such happy birth. Moffatt Trlx.IJartwlck, :Maidle Tucker, residents were obliged to come to
makes inspection
tbeplatform -complete
xr mere clamor,, bat to meet us on the July :Mr. King said to me- on inspector Fleming Hattie Villerjnue West Palm Beach and spend the nights
Genevieve ,
here 'the -other that be of the whole* town and presents a
platform and there dls a..the "Issue on day I days.Mr. Mae Wblpple Bertha Conklin in places where some relief, could be
W. SmltH for Annie ,
"" wag) as much ia favor of lower freight (formal report. Jamea special agent
its merits. It is a question' which la a obtained. Some partial measure of relief
I Otwell the matter Germania Life Insurance Co., and Grace Cook, Florence Gleun, Elizabeth
rates a* I .DJ. and that he will work just Alderman brought np -
t -c fit subject for: debate and would' play ,agreat H. Dow of the New York Null and the Messrs. William Brannlng, cama Wednesday about noon, when
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as hard for jt] a* I win -..... of indexing the city ordinances but I Mr. James ,
part iu our opponents'Interests the wind shifted to the east and cooled
F The matter stands in This way; It -you the Council was in no mood for taking: Llf.Inlur.a :e'Co., left town Wednesday Allen parrl h. Edwin 'P.rrlsl1.. Hiram '
if they could: :meet the subject fairly; the air, set also drove tbe mosquitoes
H Pierre Br.a.Alni.
wants candidate' who has heretofore action in the matter so nothing was morning, after spending several, Quitter Mort Courtney
and
however they have openly persl- Inland.j .
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done. I If' weeks here on business.
,eaU,. refused to meet us la debate. C.utr u.d oa fmf O.

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TlIETROPICAL SUN :! >Sx3xi>3xS tbe drink stopJs( get alonjc if there were AND THEN

no politicians to come and set them up

Pioneer Paper of Dad County, Florida. :I R. HUDSON BURRSOFIEWHAT to the boys, and they do tell me that the S "..r REMEMBER ,
i dollars i
dry goods merchant gets fifteen

; 4 TROPICAL SON PUBUSHIHd COMPANY: I I for every store suit lie sells to a political

IN VID CE'1 Itself. CJfi i.
HARRY L. BROWN MANAQKR: 3 uplrcr\ Quite a business in '
I q.; ,. '""Bnt let me tell you a dead lIect t.This' '1 .'. "" .\ that for a week!

fUBUSHCD KVIHV .PHIOAY, I.l the moot successful!: pineapple ., .. ..,
AT WIIT I>ALM" .aAOH. OAO COUNTY .fLOKIDA s 1. .islw "
all !
, r w.. Hup So, Too. .The Kind l of Man Needed. Benson,we. have ever had and thesabuckwoodx beginning July

, ? ; SUBSCRIPTION- PRIC!!, 2.00 A YBAB.Vnterad Palm In the ineQt.e'Iutl.\I.; will be pineapple growfr who Lave \ aril., \., : tl
I' 7 Mr. R,, Hudson Burr, of West; announc \ fl' > are going ,
Vi' h been.awfng'wood and savVng. nothing; : : $; \
Beach: running for Railroad Comtnla- found the name1 of l(: Hudson Burr as a =
at the Postoffice of,West Palm Beach are holding four aceS to a band tbitf -J;(
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loner, ii the only candidate for a Slate candidate for Railroad Couiuiliwlonpr.iflsplatform ; sell you .
,4 a*pecoud-cUm uistter. trip. Doul'[ give this awnyv I saw a
office that hai announced that fact In l which will.be' publishednexjHCeek '

JtlDAT, JUNE 87. 1902.'l the News. We recently published his ;, show' him to h the kind of man at breakfast this morning holding r rlwwqn
In his hand Hllejijj( paper that was GOOD
platform, and we hope he will) get a msq needed In the place.Green. : CoveSpring. for"$4ooti the GLASSWARE
good and represented
that othe'r.-CMhouil* : "
rn'l' The State press is almost unanimously better News. vote any ,. --.-; ,, price of eight crates 'of pluea.. How I is! . -at Broken Glass Prices

,, ,, in favor of Judge William A: that?" '" ".. '. '
ri ... Comm; Whose Interests Butt Has at Heart. Said my friend, "Do you mean to (ell '-" r
+ Hooker for; the nomination 00, a setonac. j *el Jl* .
; Ati The announcement of Mr.. R, Hudson tne that that t old cryatallzed sugar look- T.eHBT

s a Justice of the Supreme court. In tbis I Issue the announcement of R. Burr for Railroad 'Coinniiaslouer' appearsIn lug land out there will do that?" ..' I .1"" .... ,.. ''I'

Hudson Burr, candidate, for Railroad today's Hews, Mr. Burr, Is a, pro :I replied'that 4t. did and added: .. .
'
-r Eminent physicians have agreed Commissioner for": th..-. plate of Florida, gresahe 'farmer of the East: Coast and "Give'me five, acres of that old sugar r ,,V '.

;p, ; that the mosquito is the cause of the I appears. Mr. Burr U' a leading son of naturally.has,the interest' of the farmer land planted<;with, Queens with good 9' '!" "rR9pr.Urnnttt" "" !"r 'ot tfr"" "t" rrt,,, tP r ,t!'tlnplr' .'

n of malaria and other fevers.t I Dade county and \\l he, carries oat the and fruit. groper. at heart, fie represented crowns, and you: can, {lave all the, Boggs
spread '
ti' provisions of his platform aa published < Dade county In the lower and uncrowned KlngS; the country." ;:; .. .-iI; -. "t .

t u They can be exterminated at a very i I In this paper last :week he ,would makean branch of the last Legislature t and madean Very Truly: \ '"Vb"ur ,. ; ,I... ., { ., ;of

small expense, and besides being relieved Ideal commissioner.-Orlando Star.Eminently excellent record DeSoto CountyNewi "COCOANUT." ll3omir7 S'\.tJe\ I /:
.. ,
:=
of their constant the ,
sting, -p. '. .... S=r"Z I '
diaeaae are not canied-about. ..: -
germs ---- ==-
The Best Prescription for Malaria
A small amount of oil of pennyroyal Qualified. t
. yj' A Warm
Champion. Grove's
Chills and Fever b bottle
a pf
I- ;' and'twice I the amount of ordinary Notice in the proper column, the announcement ---" If you want to be .strictly up-to-the minute! '
,."f" .. R. Huson Burr who has his announcement Tasteless Chill Tonic It Is simply iron ,"
;" kerosene oil mixed together and applied of Mr. Burr for Railroad ; in this issue as a candidate for and quinine in a tasteless form. No. E HERE IS A TIP. Let UB make you one .

3' '' to the hand and face will Commissioner.make affidavit The that railroad Signal will commissioners not Railroad Commissioner, introduced a care, No pay. Price 50 cents.: E ot our. very $tyiel| ." ,, ', ,*
an
, cause these pelts to disappear. This do much !good; but, |f the State bill: in the last legislature reducing' passenger a.. =sw !I' i ... '.... ,

plan' is much better than being "'Burr fares to three: cents. Mr. Burr is :
1 1 must have them then Mr. is eminently .
(' cased in net to sweat and not an extensive Dade county trucker\ and .Norfolk k
:I : ,,J+ up a i qualified to. do as much goodfor POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS : Suits.. r .
knows
be able to sleep. In all about exorbitant rates. He .. .. .
I '." ':. ; the people as any man the scope "' '' d. T i Hi I
i be peapie : i < ,
of the x
would a warm champion 3 ;:: \ .
., = == of our acquaintance. -Osceola County 0000000oo0o0For O-OX><><>-0-0 "
,.. j' '.\ if elected $.the!? olDml88I'1'VY: X \ 1 ,

;i W t'(' &t94(, ; I" It is estimated by the official ret Signal -----..- 1lmea-Democrat) .* the LegIBlature.' .jjp At,$12 00,' $15.00 and $20.00, making tnetn from fine y6'

r\\ turns at Washington that the catch ------- The friends ot Mr. A. A. HOGGS, of Coconnut JF' CaBBJmera, Cheviots,.andl"weedl--'Ih.ey:; : : look} ? {ftfocldcdly--f.\1J.
,t t of frogs in the United States Shows Wisdom and Good Sense. Grove hereby nnnounte'hlnl anvnndlflata II ;
< :I. Would for the. LefrlRlrtture from Dade 5E ferent'iu'STYLE"andCHARACTER! : Jo the! ordinary: ready-
I l-/ : amounts to a trifle less than 1,000' R. Hudson Burr, of the East Coast I Make an Excellent." Commissioner." .. (.'onnt".l'lorlda. subjuii to the aotlou ol tb s E .Tg .
Democratic primaries. tO-WBAr.
J, \\11;; 000 annually at a value of $50,000 section, is making a vigorous compalgn The announcement of Hon. R.' Hud ,

t.t 5! ;' I I :; ". to the/catchers and a cost of $150,. for Railroad Commissioner.He son :Burr of Dade county, for Railroad To I hereby the Democrat announce, ).),Voters myself.of M Dade a candidate County: =-= ;

shows wisdom and good sense in t Commissioner, In this iss le. Mr. for Representative of Dade County.Miibjeot to 1
,!!a t'. 000 to the consumers. The catching; appears : Having placed your order for the suit, step over to
: of Democratic Primaries
; the action tne
l making the the vehiclethrough Burr make Florida excellent .
t :.would an
of frogs for commercial purposes has newspapers UKA1IAM W. KINO. == our Furnishing Goods Department anJ select one' of 'our. fineS .
I;" } which to reach the ears of the commissioner, and our people cou'd do
'
: ; t'' ; great many interested. Attempts ,people.> He is patronizing nearly every better than cast their votes for'him, For Tax Assessor-'' -= Imported Mabras Neglegee Shirt,, at #1.00. Sijjz .=!

't' -",." have been made to propogate them. jiaper In Florida, and if there be virtue to another issue we shall; publish' his == -
; lessI' To the Democratic Vntera' of Dade County i '.
: > The pioneers have been more or in printer's Ink he intends to get out in full that people' STRAW HATJ
r platform our may I hereby. announce myself. a candidate Our great VALUES are the ,.talk ,ot
p" successful! but it bas never been the of it all there Is In It. become better acquainted with his can: for the oltliw of Tax' .Aaeessor snhiect| > to tbeactloll. the town. JSt '.
=
,
of the Democratic Priiiiarii g
( ,:; financial success that would warrant Mr. Burr was a member of the last Idacy.-Lake City( Citizen-Reporter. It. M. SMITH. .

t i'I\ a general interest in the business.- Legislature and made a most creditable I.'" -. of .
To the Democratic Voters Dade County[ :
1, t !r, N. Y. Fishing" Gazette.' record. After careful confederation. I offer myself K S.--SCtlNSPA1'AN'_
I .>. -:' See his platform in another column From Mr. Burr's Fdrmer Home.There ..s H candidate fur tile.. ollloa ot Tax. Assessor .

, ,' which. speaks for itself,-Ocata Banner. is one man tfie 'people*'of Florida the of Democratic Dada County iirlmnrlos., subject and to the 1 respectfully action of '

i'' In commenting on the war claims I ... in every section should vote for-the' the ask county.the support of my 0"0.11.friends; throughout ADAMS. g Merchant Tailor Gruber Block, West Palm Beach'


'I 1t. 1.(!t.;':"',:,, says money: ,"How the Jacksonville necessary it Metropolis Is to have Burr Fast Winning Friends missioner.[Ion. R. Hudson His manly Burr ,for'RailrbadCofn'-open statement For Treasurer. 7/lillUUIIIIIIIll11UJIUb/( 1 1 1 1 IIlfl6UliJU/IINIIUII! 1 / 1i f11JIIJI{ 1'jl'11I"' [ r;

J elected to In this issue appears the announce to the people Is just such talk as we
: men of sound judgment To the Democratic voters of Dl and of Hon. Hudson tike-just such talk as confidence ,
meat platform R. gives ;
; i:' the nest Florida Legislature; is I hereby as a candidatefor
: ; :Burr, of Dade county, for Railroad Com.mlasioner. and coming from a man of his high the often\ of ortf": subject; t*>
::: demonstrated by the fact that the the action of the Democratic Primaries to beheld
While we do not know Mr. character and ability meaDS something. July 16th..1UOJ

,. disposition of ''the 9700,000 Indian.' Burr personally we have heard him We consider it an honor,to work for U. M. KACI-tlCSON. BUIlKUAIlimj,. West Palm Beach June SO, lOOa\ j

: .' War claim 'will have to be arrangedby ; spoken of in the highest terms, and in such a man. Baa'ow CRACKER.X ;0 the rotors of Dade; ,

t :, the Legislature. It is to be hoped this section he Jias hosts of friends who 1 hereby announce' my retirenceet from the '
, c I I n. race, for Treasurer of Dade County:: and In
t f there will tie.no agents appointed: are ever ready to sing his praises.. He iloluir so would ofirdlally' thank those who REMEMBER SEVERAL w

\t'' t..:.
'{::1'"...,., .'tf Incurred to disburse this fund. The author of the three cent passenger far. i The announcement, anil:platform of of a.business' nature: "SEFffTtom. WEEKS A.QO '

: { I ,fit J. Metropolis has long advocatetl" that bill, which passed the House, but was Bon. R. Hudson Burr, of bade county, *- *. I .
r killed, in the Senate. He Is who is a candidate for Railroad Commissioner "
4( t/. '. the handling of this money be by the waging To, the-voters of DAde County ,
.
''I', Governor,State Treasurer and Comp a' fierce battle against his opponents appears in this peer today.It I hereby announce' my retirement from therace We told you that we had arranged for the exclusive sale 't
and is methods to fur. is matter and should uunty TruHMurer. and In d )I"1r no
ir1 ; \ troller, and it; has no' reasons' to using unique paid advertising wlMh to mnv my motive in to assist m Uarmonlvlnff of a particularly famous brand of Butter. Quite a 'number ''t
j;:, tier bis candidacy He it having copiesof not be construed as giving the supportof {fuw pretient political situation,and of people have tried' ting butter and
who
change; its views now. .not front any luar of wing defeated. every one does BO;
i ,1. 11IP.tr\ his platform and scattered The Herald to Mr Burr. But he is e
,. printed I I do not assume that 1 would Rave," been become" a steady customer theretor. ; 1 '
y ttte'State. able of character and enccomsfalwithoutupecioteffor on the part
Being an a gentleman high un
throughout
'
of frlendH and thU IT IS ABSOLUTELY
tiur mynelfbut laxDecte.4 PURE BUTTER and that ia
ki 1 live and questioned \ and it would be .and I oonMldorecl cbaaca wlttt +
t The Illinois Audubon Society has man, a campaigner an open ability no tuy? equal 'myopponunt'8.
hard to get,. unless you know; where. We'know where It
i ; .". begun aggressive action to stop the candidate, he is fast winning friends, discredit any: newspaper or citizen i wUb to actuate Inv friends that I fully appreciate coats us more than tbe ordinary. But t the satisfaction of .
and the outlook Is that when the votes him. We commend his announcement : all they' have done for me, ana inyaction
J \v' sale of birds and bird plumage; in support In thin matter Is with the bst ot feel it is worth the extra ,oo f. But, there ia no'extra lo '
are counted at the close of the primary, and platform to the careful loll',and I trust will prove to be to the. bfMtItitereat .. you." ,
'I Chicago for millinery purpo"es.J' ", .. of thewholepeopeinthbeampaign.J We sell it at the same price as the ordinary kind. "35' ce k
Hudson Burr will by no means bringup perusal of all our readera.-punta Gorda
and threaten lc. E. LVMWUS. 3 for ,
Notices citing the law the rear.-Palatka Times-Herald. Herald., --- a pound. pounds #1.00. jJ *

ing prosecution were sent to every .'
: For Tax Collector.To .
milliner and dealer in 'millinery ii. W. BUm IARDT .Finest Groceries "
Railroad Statistics. Pineapples! and Politics. the Democratic Voter of Dade County: :
Roods in Chicago., The action was "
I hereby. announce myeolf as a candidate :
t v taken afterli' conference with State The following statistical.information is :Editor:. TROPICAL Bun: for the position of County Tax Collector,nubJect It will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books :, ,4
to the action of the .. ", Prlmari
collected -
by the Jacksonville Metropolisf
\ and Federal officials and directors A few days ago I met a prospective Mto be held July 15th next and tvHnectfnlly -
1 m the fifth annual .report of the Florlija settler. 'When I was introduced to him request, the support and vote i of my ,
1 of hindered societies all over the trlonde. riIU8. J. MAHDKK.To .
t ,Railroad Commission; he said, "I hear that yon can give: me' a
F United States. The law' forbids the '
Nineteen roads have reported to the little information about this the Democratic voters of Dade County Do You '
country Want
; ; :killing or catcblng of other than during'the past The I hereby announce. 8M a candidate fl
year. around here.. 1 said I thought;that I ixlllco mr..1
for the of Tax for the County
: \ "" game birds English; sparrows crows, tack mileageof these roads Is, main cpald. "Well then,'* said be, "I will be of Dade. sublet to the action ot the ensuing. : Wens.... them to Sell;end If we hsve STEA'MBOAT"I I I ./ T-,

: blackbirds and chicken-hawks. ,, 2,774.35 miles; branches and a,thousand .times obliged to yon, lot I Democratic. Primaries. j. n. POWELL.P. Just done wbat on hand u.ou"want.pecan blllld { _.
,I'OU
Jt,\ 4J:',, Having reached the stage when ,,' ; think that since I have been here, you O.addroes,'Cocoanut Grove, Pie .. >.

t::' moral suasion had proven useless, 288.91, miles' ; total mileage, 3,466.45 are the first One I have spoken to that ;I We are also Prepared.

; '. the society is going to try sterner miles.I h.as not wanted to talk! about political l ;For Member of School Board. To Furnish

I' i"", measures. )I The outstanding capital stock and crops in preference to any 'other kind. I hereby announce mysolf"" a candidate for"metnberHlilp J;
: bonds of these roads are' as follows: on UIA County School Board of Outfits
< If I wanted to go Into that kind of bus- Dade County. Subject to the action. of the Pumping for Irrigation. if!'
Capital stock,. $35,3:18,738: ; bonds, $35001,472.88 ,- loess I might just as well have stayed at Democratic PrimariesWest I
THE STRICKEN KING. .
JAtl D MoOINLRY. Write'or call for ...
( on us in
Anything
; aggregate: .
170,330.301.05. raise .
hptue Reach,1.'ice.
as we can just as good politics Palm
,- . .. Our Line that you need.
From all parts of the world mes. mile'of a
t general average per road: Capital up bur way as any place I ever saw, but!

sages are pouring into Buckingham stock, 11,673 36; bonds, 11565.23; never took much Stock in them myself. For County Commissioner. Merrill-Stevens Engineering: CoC j ;

b y' palace in London. England, expressing segregating 123,238.59. ;They always Seem to me like eating .To the -voters or Dade County E \\1

1 sal .sympathy with Queen Alexandra The gross earnings from the operationo watermelons; they take np a whole lot ..1 .h..by.olfer niynplf as .a candidate. for JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .... '-. ;,. :
the Florida railroads during: the year or and have Cpuntr Commissioner from the f flftn district :
and royal household in the t
,t space you got anything l>ade' County subleet'to the action of the n.r. P.OPBI..oa '
,1 } serious illness of King Edward. The e'ding June 30 1931 were as follows: aboard-worth talking about when you Democratic !Primaries and nwpectfuHy auk ,_.."_ Jacksonville Marine'RA4iRWaya: : ,?,:
the support of my friend"' throuKhont the "
: news of the postponement the Fissenger revenue, $2,416,881.11; .mall s loaded down.. I have been reading County I>. O. IlltOWN. 11\i it

d '" revenue, $334,73-9i; express revenue toe' papers and the more I read the more .
coronation ceremonies and festivities 1430,681.67 extra baggage etc. At the rcqumtot' many tax payers andvotrra ............................ ... ,
5r ,t the critical ; storage, wonder, what you folks live on down who de ireatchaeQa In the member: : ..................... \ \

'' operation, consequent performed on on the King 21,083.29: total passenger earnings, here. All I can get out of the papers Is ship ty: Com from DlI..I..n.this district..... [ have on The-conn Board..nt d of to Coun-allow : Newly t, Furnished Throughout.. 'sees $..*o p.- Day; *.. -. : ;

''ii. r 3203376.98; total freight earnings, politics, county: commissioners meetings, my name to jro before the Democratic specie} I).t.. by Week. ... Month a :
; came as a great -hock not only to 'M.595.338. Miscellaneous earnings" Prlm"'lool July 15th and If elected I ledge
i c mncll meetings, board,of trade meet- after the Interests of thin ill : '
l ; Britishers, the world over, but to $380,417.g8. Total gross earnings from 1 li gs,social parties, a new baby or two ttlct,aa '::11 a* those of other parts of the: 'f"B ; 1
:
county recognise that the proportion of .
a all\ the nations of the earth. It will operations, $9,179,133.85. This is an Increase I a id,one or .two dry goods; : ads thrown. county tn"... paid by Worth- I>ad..ut! ens en. /

be the earnest prayer that KingEdward's : of $2,015,46336, or 28.13 percent I It{t
life be and over the gross earnings of the same and elected,.will use my I bent I" -I
spared
may "Well'said I "that is
l indeed too I efforts to.that end. '' 1 ,1 i rt't txrfa *?
roads for
the
preceding twelve months. J M. J.Y nUOROI1G .
these will not be confined to bid. Haven't heard CLEMATIS
t prayers The operating are shown to you about the West\ Palm Beach. ,FlatBellevIntr AVENUB, NEAR JEFFERSON BLOCK
" ,, the Empire, as the Jacksonville expenses p neapple crop that la now being ,mar 1 L: I
be aa follows: Maintenance of roads k' ted.' that. the Interests of the County : 0. W. '
i Times Union well it : SOHMID
so puts : and structures $$1,780,815 maintenance / Commissioners District. No. 8, would, be >f- Proprietor :
"It is not un-American to wish and ; ;"Why," said he, "do yon grow pineapples ficlently cared! for by Mr. Jno. W. Wnlllkln .
of his
Irl..nd.lrollt that
equipments. $$1,245,029; con. district and la all partsof
a' r pray for tbe King's life andheal thnor ducting transportation, $3,521,028.85 here? the' County would respectfully urge his : Special Attention to All Rooms : .
; election as County Commissioner In tbe Drt- Lighted
441; need the lover of el "Why certainly we dog bat don''alv.1t mattes to be held on the isth of July, ..
; strongest rep general expenses, 368422.46; total operating : Travelling Men :
away or it.might get in ,the 'papers, JoaN. W. MUI.I.IKIN \imii las?
institutions be ashamed of the feelings expenses, $$6,915,296. This is.. ,.

that in him freedom has lost an increase of 1688224.70, or percent I t they are of crowded,.for room just now The" many found of MIT Benl Parks, of i Free Sample Room '.. .
politics. You know these Stuart", recognising: his fitness ana ability for t arty .
It a friend and, champion. Let the over the total operating expenses aid chaps are just like the position, and believing' that SU Clicle .......... ............. :
..
peacocks, : .
descant the of the same roads for the preceding rirenlnct deserves a representative on the ........................ .
moralist on possible twelve time you look at one, be wants to Board)of CountyUommisdoners, respectfully
q' death on' the eve of a coronation months.'-'The general average of :spread his feather,, and some of thesepoor enbmletbe Commumli name ot that from gentleman the t'Irst District.for County

'' that would have so much of grandeur percentage of operating expenses to the folks around here might: be deluded ?:. ask *' "Pport of all good Democrats .THE "
the primaries of July I ,IBtB. TR1\VELE
r gross earnings was 75.33 per cent. For S :
Into thinking that if they
of pomp and ceremony-the ; put some Of
the year ending June it
30 1900, was For
t their Jaw music into ,their arms that school Oommlsstoner.
; tragedy Is made more effective by its _

r.' surroundings, but the fact Itself is 73.24 per cant....---' -+.. the! country would go the demonition To I hereby thefds..kofEdneatlnnt offer myself, a condldat for the NEW 'NAGEMEi,,1t;__,r" .v 11 ; .
biw-wows at once and know- onlceof school. oommiseluuerforthesecond,
you aswill
moat significant to us. The postponement 'To Cure a Cold in One Day do district, Dada county and ask tbat the MRS. N. F. GARCIA
I that
it
as Prop'7' Jacks
would and
r r' of the coronation i is a people honest support of my fellow Democrats be : <>nville, '1a.
Take Laxative Bromo'Quinine Tab who live away from here, might'get to accorded m. at thecomlnir Primary, "

shock-the death of the King: would lets. All druggists refund the money if tldnKing that we work in this country, WeetJ'allD.I 'Bench.Fla JAMES. O.t"HARRiS. Electric! Lights: Electric
r Bells, Baths
i be a 'world-wide "grief and a misfortune It ans to cure, E. W, Or09 'I, olgaa.tnre w lch would not do at any'price. Then Complete Service ,

t to civilization." Is on each box. 25 cents. again( how would he cigar stands and ,;Vo you! read Tbe Tropical? Sun ? The Tate Best c.r.t th.Ueloa$2.00 Depot'Del per ark day the Hotel 'in: ,PTorca# .If.

t.otlduelo1 to ..to1I..t she Trav.lere.. 21.1: ..,

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S Y: ,THE TROPICAL $UN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 27, lijO' s


u_ .. ___ _._.___.____ .-.-..-.-.------.---..----.--- ---.---- .-- ._- -----_.- --. -. .- ->- --......-.-.- ------- I;
... ............... otherwise :
are V
CALL. persona legally qualified 1
'it I ). t MmErnGRUPER .1lY AI\QW4\,

+ POW t4. For Democratic Prnfary Electto hereby The following appointed named Registration persona Officers are 'a1, CROCKERY and ?

In Dade County Fla. for said primary to wit: "
1 v : -
Te0..treServant I Precinct No, 1, W. K.!: StypmalPreclnct'No,4 r Jr'JJrfJClll! UraJc.-

ai; W. L, Wtdmeyer.. \ t .
A Democratic Primary Election Precinct No. 3, 8. BobDean.Prectpci'No. ? ffi B Lrfi AII'Kt'nds :1
.
"' of Boat Coods. ;::
> ,
>
I. called beleid'ta Est,
hereby to / Dado
| '
: 4, M, B.: :Lymatt. "
: County, Florida, ID each and every Precinct.No, 5,1. H.: Button.Precinct ..f leyelesLitalcscl-Buplrla.( 'j6t..,,(. fli>,w ro': Ooor',ile.h mil Blind. '1U '

NNN/NNIN. reclnot thereof, on Tuesday July, .No. ,0, Jn. ;W..IJmetead.Precinct t .\ kinds", ofti.ditng 1 Turkle and. Sporting .hoh": ;I"
NNA. .5th, 1902, and on Tuesday August N 7 ...' .Strauahan./ .' :'t
!) ,4Sa.oloeStoreA, Blue. Plants rtt Nel. Oil HIOVM. \
..
DON'T know why .Jt 1s," sighed .2th, 1002 for the, purpoee of nom Precinct No. 8, J. W. Ives. ,, ;t ,, (ilasa"arel.Onp.sndL.utena.. II>rrlM>n II.....' K flatlug candidates. for the follow II. s-11..1.] Ordure 0"V... I..I ".lent I..... II.r er ;
I old ;jMrs. Foiteylte "but I never Precinct No. 9, t.MitoheU. l
s
S 'can keep a girl any length otUmei lbK I nailed offices to be voted for In Precinct! No. 10,,JohtrBurdine.Preclnct'No. -=, },

I pay them KOofL enough the general election which la to be 11, W. D."Albury. orallo 'Executive: Committee. of the. a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ A /A .* iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAk.W. .
(I ,, (wntrenrtoo; bettor than most:' women I held on, the first Tuesday In November 'Precinct'' 12 E. C. Twld Us. '-S. '
,
a county shall ''can'vlils; .decla'- and 'w : ; :; 1'1:0:;;: :
know. ,. A. D. 1902, to-wlt t of'euch HElM .. inWKLU M D., PbyHlclan and '
'' "Oh, they're a moan, low down, lin- One United States Senator It shall be the duty Regstratlon certify the results as 'Teq lrtld by ..I lrralnt" "r?-il, phiirinnrlHt.! olHoe, ,In Urn Btor, P
oflloers to register all\ law'and the Call of the Democratic 'I : '
,milont lot, that's what they are!" cried One Representative in Congress, .
her friend, young Mrs HIghstoppor, white Democrats who shall apply Executive Committee of the State .
r.It r ."fboy're'the.. curse, ot the modern Second One Congressional Justice of the District. for' "Such who, are at the' time of of Florida. .COTTAGE JIT'y, ,IARJiACY) e ;
Supreme
Home .For rajr part; I'll be- gladwhim Court. ,. such application, or will be entitled The oandidate.receivlaga miijorty d ii KIM & into \irr.i.t. .
they invent automatic service- cooperative" I under the State -Election Law, Of all the. votes shall bo .1,>- .
', One Secretary of State v | ft gmhn| '
housekeeping or some one of "Lo regutertt for the"next' general Glared the nominee, provided, I.bda
bOle newfangled' Klons." One Comptroller. election That. said n second when .
; Registration
primary, necessary
'I Two Railroad Commissioners ; ; ; ;
onon't quite agree with! Inirposcd '
you .
\ officers shall require each: person' choose. between the two highest
"Put.1oursetr'ln Mrs, Goodhousekeoper the maid's Mace gently," One 'Member. of the House oflepreaentatlves. 'who shall make application for! tegstratlou candidates to- where nomination shall\ Dealers. jn BeliaMe Medicines and;; Chemicals., : :1.;.

.kbe went on. One County Surveyor.One '! to declare on his honor not have been made'by majority --'- \' f' ..,. 01

i,,. "Pear me, how could IT" shiveredyoung Tax Assessor. 'hat he la entitled. to be registered vote In' the first primary election, A FULL LINE OF-,
Mrs. Illgbsteppcr disgustedly./ under the general election Jaws ofbe shall be held on Tuesday, the 12th
'
One Tax Collector.One "
., //"A low, Ignorant, uneducated thing! Treasurer. State and that he,,will vote for day of August, A. >>., 1902, and at Perfumes. Rubber Goods, .
"And whose fault; Is that, pray?" Five County Commissioners. and support;' the nominees of such such primary, election only such Toilet Articles, Cigars and : :

retorted Mrs.\ QoodhoiiHckeeper sharp County primary, 'both State and County, electors as were qualltled to vote at
Three Members of the County and Tobacco.
Board of Public Instruction. and who pledge themselves, or I If the first primary election shall be Stationery, !

One Justice of the Peace in and -haltenged; pledge '\themselves permitted to votes a-Itf VAI.MS BLO.J(. WiST I'A IM UltACIt
ier" oath't6 support the nominees s hereinbefore providedsaid
Except as
far District No's, :Z Ii, 8, 4,5,6, 7', 8., of said Prlra'ary Election. primaries shall be conducted anYYYYV.YVYTvvvnypvvvvvvevvvvvvvvvnvvyrvvvvnvvty.
and 12. '
9.10,11
QtIC Said Registration Ulcers shall In accordaace with the primary ... ,
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One Constable in and for Dlsrict .
their books at;' the polling and the election law
keep
No's 1, 2,3.4, 6,O, 7, 8, 0,10,, open aw general CITY \[EAT flIARiET '
election
In each
place precinct of this State. now in force .
11 and 12. -4
w 1 k''LiL' Such Primary Election shall beheld on' the 12th' 13th and 14th days of W. A, FILER, Florida.. nod, Western. Meats, f'oultiy"' Uiii'and Eggs ,
June A, D, 11102, between the Chairman Democratic -Ex, Com "
In each of the 12 precincts of,hours of 9 A. M. to 12 M. and 1 P. M. mittee. of Dade Couaty.. ( Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention. .' < '
his County between the hours of .

eight A. Itt, and sundown, and ,the to 0 p. M. AttestS ,.,.',.. Jefferson Block, WEST PALM BEACH. >
All persons so registered. shall,, L. PATTERSON, Secretary.
,rook ollowlug election named and places the for following holding for the purpose of said primary _._ ._____ _u __ _______

tamed and clerks to election be deemed to be lawfully -- -- -

."onduct the inspectors same are hereby nam registered, unless their name or J. ,B. PGINLEY! & G O.
shall stricken from such :
ti" 1 ed committee and appointed. to-wit by: the Executive lists tames as hereinafter provided. Said West Palm Beach. ,. ,

Precinct No.1, polling place,, .Registration-officers: shall, not later .or .. Strictly: :JFii-.st-Clasa: .. s
lubllo school honey ; Inspectors, than'June''20th. A. i>., 1902, deliver Town Lots ,

s n6 4I V. J. Dyer, Ben Parks, Morris such' registration\ books to the :

r6 1 John ; clerk.C W. McHherson. lialrman: of this Committee, who A discount of 10 per cent fur House-Furnishings, "

Precinct No. 2, polling place, shall call meeting of this Com- cash will be granted on all poles of '
Window
I ( chool house ; Inspectors, Harry in(t tee on said last mentioned dato lots for $800 aud under ; over $b00), ;Draperies, Shades,

DuBois,William Lamb, E. C.. MILer to levise such lists ; that in case G per cent tot)cash. Wall 1
; clerk, John IK Grant. any tiaraes are stricken. from such Papers: ,
lists t.1Jati'.ueh names be published WALLACE R. .MOSJo: .
Precinct No.3, polling place,
yacht Club house; inspector(!, ..JT for at least\ one 'Insertion 'In 'somenewspaper I Agent F. E. C. K'y Land Deli c Wickers, Japanese. .
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DeBerry, Joel A.Dean and John. }a the County, giving I and
notice' that this Committee shall Enamel Goods
r) B. Beach ; clerk J. F. Bergess; ,
Precinct No. 4, polling\ place, Jim meet on July Cth, A. D., 1902, to AGENCY f .

otter'.* packing h)I\se ; inspectors, reinstate any of such persons so Freight PrepaidAnywhere'iu Dade. County

U. 13, Murray J. W. Porter and stricken. if in their :Judgment J the\ CONTINENTAL Jefferson Block... WEST: >> PALM BEACH
OCOA8IONALLT.
LAID JrD A BOOK -
George Lyman ; clerk II. II. Wilkinson. tame should be done, at. whlch said I-if',r"S
.. < Y "DO you think the poor girl had '. meeting'nil persona e
""" to ray about what family Precinct No. 5, polling place. all Candidates hereby Invited PLANT COMPANY 'r-N1'N.O. -'....1D ee.O---- -------.
I ironment she should be"r attend. .;Said Committee' shall at1 '
.
.. in.
of railroad\
end ,
.\ yA ..., ... ::> you think, that It north depot' ; make' Hit of all
.} .. Pedeison U. G. Tasker, such meeting up a CRAYONS. y.A COLORS.. $
pectorn.P. 0 !
would
rbeen able to chooi Bhe .
:tr-'I the N. C. .
registered electors as shown by qr Kittrell
e selected your wealth your sta- and L. G. Lyman ; clerk, W, G. : ,
.," .%: .,-' ?., In Ute!"' Then, turning on Mrs. Carle. aid registration lists and by the -- $
,"t'T! *Fogeylt before the other bad time to Precinct No.6. polling\ place, registration books of the County STItAWIIKIlllV I'l.ANTS \ RieHHRp J I. RES.LER
:Mrs. Goodbougekeeper asked or In case such books cannot. .1 : ,
[recover, lardy8 store ; inspectors J. I. .
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mind what be for the. bf C.bb.IfO, Tomato and Celery
."Would you telling me your. lardy, Joe W. Pearce. and C. E. procured purpose
last servant left for" laile ; clerk, Z. Covender. making up such list., then the list of VAKNATIUN'1'INKS, :t .Photogrrapherr. $

.5 w S : "{Vhf' she had a string of admirers Precinct No.7, polling place, registered voters as published prioro A Specialty.
us long as my arm," sold the latter; ; the last general election shall be #
ttranahan's ball ; inspectors R. A and F1owprlii PlnnU for CLEMATIS AVENUE
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correcting her exaggeration We handle KOKCI
"at least,
used a of which list shall be aber, O leu 81 M ]0 la.
Goodwin and W. I copy O I. uly.
1C. C.
butcher and Bryan Masonic
the J Temple. $
""she had two of them Opposite
1 ''nrnlshed Inspectors of each,precinct ; 1I011C1Ie''..
| ot
.. liceman on the beat, and I Und tracknell; clerk. W. C. Valentine. A hare your patronage
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s' r 1 al1... uld do to keep them away. Of Precinct No 8, polling place, It. in the County. 'No person HAIL ORDERS: PROMPTLY PILLED West.lm Beach Fla.
course I couldn't' have strange men E. McDonald's store ; inspectors, except those shown on such lists Xddreu FRANK CUIK.dtf r s
1' Louse, She must see shall( be entitled to vote at or participate WeAl Palm Him'h F':a
coming to the A. A. Sloane and John I- p O. Box 144. .
s' 'otm Harp, ------ -- -, --------
off or not at all In such electionIn bJ.
them on her afternoon W. Wofford ; clerk, C. P. Bull. primary
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And I told her so. Then she loft. case ot ,tne named
aoove
Mr. Goodhouse- Precinct No: 9, polling place, any .
commented AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS
"Dm "And Mrs. IIIgbstepperT" Joffat's old 'store ; inspectors, P. parties. shall refuse to act, or for A. GALE C. C. CTJTTBELL
keeper. you. I. -
.
r w Ob, 7an was perfectly aggravatingand i W. Merritt, Paul Matthans and my'reason are' unable to act as I. C., G. von SCHOELER

stupid, and X went down to the Raymond Burr ;; clerk, K. F, Mof- Registration. officers, then the Cam. MAN GONIA $BOAT WORKS/

kitchen and spoke to her. She flared aign Committee Is hereby author. Watchmaker ,

op ae Impudently as possible and. gave at.Precinct No. 10, polling place, zed to appoint a proper person to I. C. C. CUTTRELtn': Mnnagei..

*ne notice then and there," olty( hall ; Inspectors, Dan Co,. till such vacancy. fAll and Jeweler. .- Caulker
r,"You went down Into the kitchen to grove; F. W. Hahn and O. R. Nicholson candidates for county offices : Shipwright, : and Spar Maker.

,t Ao Itl"S'S clerk J. B. Reilly. shall make application, setting -
,
., Mrs. t ARTISTIC /MARINE RAILWAYS
admitted
( Why yea, of course, which /
for
'orth the office they
Precinct]: No. 11, polling place, ENGRAVER on .. ,
JHlghstepper.I manage aId postof ice building inspectors. desire to run by no'bn on'tbe 24th .
I ;
tell how
I'' .. '"Suppose so beautifully you us remarked you Mrs.Fogeyite John J. Uinson, Andrew Uardie day of 'June. A. D., 1902, to the WOOD or METALPARLOR and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake,

( / In a rather sarcastic tone and W. D. Albury >;> clerk. J. L Chairman of this Committee and io: at MANGONIA.
I But Mrs. ,Goodhousekeeper took no each applicant, in order to have '
L'oung. '
notice of her manner. "Ifs fast this Precinct No. 12, polling place, His name printed on the ballot to In ZAPH BLOCK, =,. Estimates ;furnished on New or Old Work.

iway," she answered.'I'try to look''at Brown & Moody's warehouse ; inspectors be t used at said primary shall nc- Next door Booth. orSEMINOLB : Vessels hauled out and taken'care. of. for the Summer. .

things, as much of view.as possible Of'course from,thatktoean't thegirl's. I. Stephens, John J. company his application. with the ''Entrance, HOTEL tat All Work Done' With Neatness and. Dispatch.SEA .

point isn't a boundary Stranhauser; and W. A. Cooper; following fees : SKIFFS A SPECIALTY. 11-1-02: "
mean that there $25. WEST PALM "BEACH. FLA.Experienced .
Ilne drawn between us, for gull a clerk'William Anderson. Representative, ;:'1
I y'. line f is necessary to maintain the proper All ballots shall be In, accordance County Surveyor, ,,$R: workman donning; and i
\ ft-10-tf
I ,r, busIifeBS relations between employer with 'the provisions of the Tax Assessor $00. v. 1tup.Yrtogaktllrullydone. Moiroieotroil o7eoleo7soko7soteo5e oieo.olaoleole oAO7eo7.oAo7eoieoitoiao5loNatianaIBank
flaunt In Tax Collector '$60. o .. *r .,'.
I don't ,
' and employed. but State Election Law, and shall be TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBrelsfordBros, ,., X O
the 'frl'* face all the time. I give hera the 'County Tfea.uret. $50. 'o
& distributed under
r' good sunny room, wl ere- she can be. direction printed and of the Democratic Executive County'Commi slooeie' each, $:>. X o of the State of ,Florida .1
leisure hours.After
her
comfortable during ; Members of the, School Board, 5'
of this county.
Committee '
( her work la over she can receive each, 5. ., o
such friend*,as she pleases. I don't Three Inspectors and one Clerk Justice of the Peace, $1. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA V

consider'that I have'a first mortgage I Jam shall hold the election In each district Constable, $1. Real Estate and Insurance, I arSTATE o
her life and action just because for both
and shall
Over serve "o AND CITY DEPOSITORY
A. for forbidding The Campaign Committee hall l! ,
paying ber ,4 a week. State and county primaries, each PALM BEACH. FLA. 5 o
ber wale acquaintances. distribute olllclal V
her to receive prepare and an
whom in
of shall subscribe writingto
1 think that Is dow rfKbt oath that they and each of ballot to be used at such primary Notary Public. Cottages to Rcnf. JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. THOMAS P. DENIIAM, Cashier. pJAME&
cruelty. The servant In the kitchen an the In accordance with. the general : D. UAKin7: Assistant Cashier. go'D ;
bas a heart Just as surely as the ml* them will faithfully perform election law and with the Call of po.t<.mee Building, North ol .
tress In the parlor, and the old old duties of such Inspectors and clerk Executive: 'Com- H-1-18O1 Polnel o.. HoteL D 8
Story,Is Just as sweet to her What In the holding such primary in the Democratic' D Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmers x
right have I to rnln her chance of having accordance with the primary and mittee.. D.. and Prult-Orowers Solicited '
a nappy homo of her own? Bile general election law of the State At the close of the polls the I

looks after my' comfort; I look after and with such Instructions as maybe IlnspecLor.and clerks shall canvass Monroe Dorsey's Shaving ParlorBanyan oetoetokokoKoKokoK9KoKorostoKo.toKOStoetoKOlROrGostoltoKok koK,

Jiers. .I take an Interest In her welfare lajnulre furnished them by this commit make correct returns, Bt,,near Ollre.Cooper ,
lend her a book occasionally and and give'one copyto the Executive *. ()ldst nil
after her parents and family. In tee. Commltteecan of the precinct., I OFFICI 1 S
and LODGE SEALS'
irords. make ber'feel she Is la Only.those shall be permitted to BEST SERVICE and
ether
the other copy shall be locked up PRQMPT ATTENTION
a home not In a alavellen.* 1 keep my becqme candidates before or to In the box, together ,with' the poll n,14 Riiber 'ta'lllDQ S .TO'ORDER. .
,r ;'dignity with her by always appearing vote at or participate in the 'management U U
and 'nil
sheets
'seat andnvell dressed when around the :.ot the said -primary election list, ballots, tally tiW.W'ARTSON ,,IN TWELVE, HOURS
bouse.. A servant can have no respect declare ihelr adherence to other papers and books used at '

tor slatternly mistress 1 direct \her the principle who and organization: of such primary and given; to one of OJ; ALL 'KINDS'Horlda .Rubber. \Stamp Works.
r Wore by-praising her"for what she doesnrell 'and the inspectors who shall deliver the TAILORINC-

than by scolding her forwhat she the Democratic party laws State of the same lo the Chairman of the Democratic '' '.'1' GUY I. METCALF, Local Agent.; 221 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. ;tsett
however, to who are by the
county
taUaln. If It Is necessary Executive Committee of
i" .
election la All Its Branches
of the ------ -
down lawful electors -----
reproof l'ne.er go State .
a In
administer this county at the courthouse "
Is her domain.I district In which'they-otfer to O17
which r
Into the \kitchen MAWON'S.FnotoryOin.
the 17th day -- .
Florida on 8t.Ollioa ,
Miami ,
1
make her come to ma Above all. rote, who have paid their poll lIome..
to her In anger_and 1 expect 1900 and 1901 ten days of July, A. D., 1902, and August. PRESSING CLEANINg, 'Cftll.. or and HuICH.rouJII. -
t never speak taxes for :Q.tt.hV JELLY I 4JI: \V. Hay
said Committee- i
control over 14th, A. D., lOOi'j :Jl I anou'a'(3uavlb ,
same
'her to exercise the prior to July I5thr A. D, 1K02. S !Ht! tTuckHonvllle.
)JOl herself and my household mov s' on Those having come of age Iincetbe.year'1DQO man'' shallconvey the' returns' DYEIHB. ,AND.,.. REPAIRING, [ CANDY Branolk atnnesod Aft.n.
J S W peaceably on a perfectly, friendly and ( and all over 55 yearsof \ the court hound on the same day Jelly J- I .eke In.all Town on 6a.1cove. r
entire Demo. "on Olin St. 'West Palm Beach
f' fret bosUiessnke basis. nab at which' time the Shop ?
., Jtt.r. JUt1J BOar I5OL .age excepted, provided



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MIAMI BUREAU-- ROUND ABOUT MIAMILinks COCOANUT GROVB GLBANINOS. "Bat why did you name your baby. {Prwililunt Vkw-PrmMmt" '

'-oJl'- Mr. Alfred Peacock writes home that after his most dlsreputabla'ancestor' Ml of 0 Bay Biscayne BBS Bcomt;ld.;.., Canhler Vlfa.Yrnldeal I!
: he Is gaining in !health and \strength the surprised friend asked tbo proud rJ '41\ (
THE Picked
TROPICAL SUN of Local News up .
every day since reaching New;York. young mother. 'j ,
r Here and There. Mr. A. A. Boggs started on'bls political "Wall, >ou tee 1 expect him to 1m Capital* '$50,000 .

Office la Anthony Avenue Block Twelfth CAt Street near -- trip on Monday, and has been meet prove name. ''on ladeed.the former be bardly bearer can help of the It, :MJAMJ: : ; ::: : : :E"LORtC4-: :::

Syr i,., Brief Mention of Currant. Events Gathered ing with great deal ot success In his because the ancestor was so very bad. .

Nt, | HubncrtptloiiH" "u, advertisement and order*for by THE. SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters canvass. It 1 bud named him after the most dlstlDgulsbed >

1,( lob.work office.M .Houtb. of fort Lauderdale received at Duringthe Weak. \Mr. John ;Pent, Sr., one of Cocoanut member of the family, hi '
been: might not have lived op to the name. The Store Sale
Grove oldest residents has very I Surprise T Bargain ?
Kable hardly ever do when they are
e' ., -'IAMI. FLORIDA JUNE !97, 1003. You will\ be sorry it you wait too long ill) with heart trouble.. named for great personages, aa 1 bare :
7 1. The early bird catches the worm and Mr, W. D. his "
Albury pas gone with often noticed. -New York Press. .. '
likewise the first comer gets the first lots West to _.FORMonday ,-
family to Key spend a mouth. .
U The early closing"movement amongst cheap. Townley Bros., real,estate dealers .Messrs. Culley & Oliver merchants, ...,...allr. Not M ntallr.

a ; our local merchants, meets : Anthony Block. will dispose of their'' business to' Mr. Dick You were born to be a writer, 26the

;Ih with the universal approval of every Many of toe Miami stores are closing James Tison, if satisfactory' poatoffice Charlie J" :May

resident. of Miami. now at 6 p. m., while nearly>r quit dl 1 arrangements can be made. Mr. Culley Churllo (bluahfngly)-Ah, 70u8eenIIOme ,
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of the balance have placards In the of the things I've turned off. *. .' '
,.,. is our postmaster and be has proved a Dick-No. I was thinking what a 10 Yards Scotch i Lawn; .-- ':.7: .48 t
windows after "the
that 4th
slating Jnly ,
Slap, dab, hit 'em again, the mos. most competent one la every way, ,and splendid ear you bav for carrying a ,10 .." ...,.
they will, also close at that hour during Yards Calico ,**. t1!L
quito Reason is here, and the people our people will be sorry to have him peu.-J-Stray Stories. '
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of Miami this week have bad .to fight the rest of the season leave, Mr Oliver-and family have also "'..... -'.'iO Yards 4-4 Unbleached Co ton)9'' ('/
The bandstand at the head of Twelfth ,
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mademallyfrleDd.h.ere.Mr.Tl.to1lcan.e 011I. and OIft.I'. '
for existence. Fortunute it is that 10 Yards 2fi cent Colored Lawn -
,$1.1n.
Street and fronting; and overlooking the here two years ago from Georgia, It frequently happens that when a '
to their life Is short. bay ia rapidly Approaching completion, and has made a success'of everything man gets an office ha finds It too small 1 75 cent Conet. .' ,: ; .r:" '

When finished it will be a cool and he has undertaken. He Is an. uncle of for Urn. But they're 'ad willing to 2 Fine Underveals- )" '( I'J3

The tropical summer rains bave inviting place in which to spend an Mr. Charles Perry, well] known here. squeeze In.-Atlanta Constitution 'I a ,,' ;
hour while our native talent discourse 1 'Child's Straw. Hat $ -. .21 '
of tile .
? commenced in this section School closes this week. Prof. Hobbs ', '
sweet melody to, appreciative listeners Tacht racing U one Of the chief diversions n '
and in the best time fair attendance and t Pair Good tfoso.' 'I .9
east const now reports a very good In the Hawaiian Islands. ; ,; .
from the In this issue of The Sun appears the announcement work on the part of his pupils. ''" '
to put out groves. Judging i 1 Good.Bed-epread .' 1liargalns .$7
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ol Mr. J. B. Powell whoa I Is ,
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1 wagon; loads of young trees that are candidate for Tax: : Collector. lie will Mr. Peacock Is already having ,ppUcations f.1 P"leld'. Cray. .Jok... !: In' Embroideries, Laces Silks; etc..
being dent!! out, many are taking advantage for accommodation for aext sea In hia biography of Eugene Field
Hardee
have'a hard ,
fight opposing Capt. e
Four of hIs best Cave been Slason Thompson that .
of it. This meaDS that the son. rooms, says shortly after
but nevertheless he Is. a gentleman wall rented for'the season by some' Buffalo the humorist's arrival In Chicago 1 It e. XIMHNIES- '
around Miami ia a short ,
country qualified for the position. He will DO -
people, who.were: guests, at ;tlie. Royal occurred to him one bleak day In Dcember' .
time will bn an immense fruit producing doubt fill the office with credit to him. Palm last that It was time the people -V. Proprietor! J ,
e section. self and satisfaction to his constituent year. knew there was a stranger In town. V
The news from Dr. Simmons 'is that So be arrayed himself In a 10ni'lIoeDduster.
( The building going for Mr NelsonIs
li up
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she Is very much better and will\ be buttoned up from knees to cob "
'4; Although -we will not have any daily enlarging its proportions and home sooner than,was expected. lur put an old straw bat on his bead This is the SeasonAnd Whe Fresh
will\ make -a large addition to his lur- and, book : Fruit la Scaro!. ,
formal celebration on July Fourth, has in taking a shabby under one
Shone his
let all hang out the flag on that nllure room It ia'' being built of through Major in full an orange tree arm and a pelt leaf fan In bla band, he ................................................: '
us ; front yard bloom and report "
native rock taken from the
nearby marched all the way down Clark street, :
t Let house show the in that in offering this lane of Evaporated Fruits, < > '
dry every national come many other groves, have .
lot, and will be strong and subntan past the city hall to the office. Everywhere : .
colors, the flag; of our Revolutionary tlal. It la understood that the building June blossoms.* along the route he was greeted you get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from, bugs < I

Fathers, the flag; under will be two stories high, with the roon Mrs. Tlioa. E. Frederick: and Mrs: with Jeers or1 pitying words, as his appearance Z. and 'webs '

which Fitzhugh Lee-and General overhead for renting purposes Harry de Forrest Hill,, her .daughter, excited the mirth or 'commlHt. .t READ. THIS, LIST .

glorious- Mr. Llgeour of the Miami Steam Laundry are occupying Mr. Eugene .hearborn'a eratlou When of he the reached passcrsby.the entrance to'The Evaporated Apricots 15 centsfpound ..-..--_

evidently believe in expansion.: A house on the Cocoanut Grove:ridge, for Dally News office; be was followed bya ; : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound ':

War. Let the flags hang out galore recent visit to his establishment, shows the summer. motley crowd of noisy urchins whom : Evaporated Pears, J5 cena pound

i machinery of costly make, paced] Mangoes are the fashlnable fruit now he dismissed with a grimace and the Evaporated Apples, J!cents pound -

and being placed in position, and, his Capt. Haynes has sold Dolly the little I cabalistic gesture with which Nicholas .- Evaporated Flu, n)i cents pound I
't Anyone can tell that it is can.palga .- roomy quarters will soon be well filled gray pony,. almost as well known to Kooran perplexed and repulsed Antony .j Big line California Prunes, to eta pound
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; time by watching the Politicians with all the paraphernalia of a firs Cocoanut Gravers as "the"'Duke of van Corlear from .the battlement .' Fancy Layer Fix", 20 cts pound ," ,
of the fortress on Rensselacrstejn + "
on our principal streets. Twoor class laundry. It Is gratifying to have Da.le'a" ponies were. The captain now Then, clofelng the'door In their astonished Fancy Fatd Datesn# eta pound : +

three will accidentally meet on a such a well equipped establishment ID has a ]large bay horse, which be. call faces, he mounted the two flights : Good! Sun Dried 'Apples,. to cts lb : '

corner and two minutes more there this town. Governer. of stairs to the editorial rooms, wherehe S'A pounds. good Roasted Coffee, fi.oo y

t will tie a little group; formed around A automobile has been noticed on Foinciana Cottage,' Mr. and Mrs.I recounted, with the glee of the boy 33 pounds fleet Flour, $i.oo -

4i the principals in an animated die. our streets. It belongs to Mr. Frl sell, I Crocket's winter home' here, never be was In such things, the successor j- pounds, Granulated Sugar, |r.oo *

"% cussion. Others get their heads together wbo has within the last Tear, become looked so attractive as it does now with bis Joke. '_ 5 Gallons Oil 85 cents I-I7
M1: ; exchange; nods, shake their! such an extensive real estate owner in its lovely polnclana trees, from'which i it Praise .t Work Well Don. I 3 cans Milk, 93 cent. 1

fingers, look wise, give and receive this city, and is now having a number lakes its name. They are In full bloom.AuotherprettyightisWet"ol'lhe Perhaps there In nothing; else aa 16 pounds goad: Rice, $i.oo '
important information. Where 80 of business blocks erected on Twelfth cot. productive of. cheerful helpful service .eNNNN.NN...a NN.NNN.aete......NiM-t'4

Street. Mr. Frlssell Is one of those who ton plant with hundreds of white bunches ad the expression of approval or praise V
1 In
F, .I many wise scions are engaged; ; knew a good thing when he saw It. of cotton. Of work well done and yet there Is e. D. LEFFLEl \

saving the country, surely the bal. Reference Is made to the "' ,1 nothing so grudgingly, so meagerly .
city ,
property I' V
1 ance of uscan take fresh courage I but the automobile is also included. Celebration Postponed. given by employers. Many of them Twelfth St., Between P. 0. and Biscune Hotel MIAMI, FLOfl ;;

r and live reassured. seem to think that commendation Is
on
The Superintendent for the Charleston It has been decided to. postpone the demoralizing and that the voicing of

parties who have the contract for proposed grand celebration originally] appreciation will lead to llstlessneas 1? Merchant

d '' Suppose all of IJS 'who remain at building the splendid block betweenLelfler's pleased for July the Fourth. Several and tbe withdrawal of energy and Interest KRONOWITTER & r/uHliM/ pa*i(j
and the This evinces but a poor knowledge -
grocery telephone things which caused the
homo on the Fourth, make it a point conspired pen.pie A
to hang out the flnaj-we will nil ,building, has arrived in town, and ha of Miami to come to this decision, of hungering human approbation.nature, which la But always Tht Only Tailor In Miami Who Hijht Up their own Good ,, ;
a force of men hard at work bleating, chief them tbe "act thai
neeil} to do so during our jubilee days and among being bow mistaken such views are la shown Our work is firatclas, our prices( are reasonable. Also agents for Wanamakvr "
from the 25th to tile 28th of July- clearing: up digging, where necessa" a number of towns along the Hoe of the by the loyal and unstinted service given & Brown's superb merchant.tailoring. Come in and fee our samples, and w *5
I' for laying the foundation work. The Florida East Coast Railway have already to those large minded men who sell you the goods. We can either make you a suit, or order you one (ron'town h,
? end no more expressive manner or building will have a frontage of fifty made arrangements celebrate the day, treat their employees as members of a just as cheap as any one else and will ,guarantee the fit and quality. r ,

showing our respect and love for the feet"running back eighty feet, and the and Miami did not wish to Interfere, in family committed to their care.-Success.

emblem of our national greatness: first floor will be'ODe large room. It 1 Is any way with those arrangement.- Clothing Cleaned, Pressed, Scoured and Repaired

t can be given "than by banging; out understood that thla floor ia already Aside from thla It Is the desire of, tile He* Co..olallo. KRONOWITTEH' & WORLEY

Old Glory Little flags; and big rented to Mr. Burdine, who will fit It up; people here to have a general deep'water At a confirmation at Htrassburg the a
and those and furnish the interior for a first class jubilee, In which "" the MIAMI, FLORIDA
flags, home made flags; everyone along bishop asked of a pretty soubrette the
purchased in the stores, bring them dry goods establishment, one which will line of the railroad can join. For this usual question: of tbe Heidelberg. catechism
:t rival if not excel: : anything of the kind reason, It has been decided to have :
all and them to the breeze
out fling
south of Jacksonville. There are other four 25th "What Is your only consolation In Lumber'
a days jubilee 011the a6th, Biscayne Lumbar and
in memory! oi Washington and the changes soon to be made on this block 7th and aStb of July. life and death?" ppCo -- Shingles .
.' Revolutionary Fathers, who made i It and street. The neopbj4e blushed and hesitated. Lath i,: t
July aSth will\ be the sixth "
possible to see Old Glory, the emblem anniversaryof Tbe Brat question was repeated, and BRICK, CEMENT, LIMLr PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnell Crates ,
9 :Mr. Paul Ransom is making: very extensive r.llami's1 birth as a city, that being then she stammered out: MIAMI FLA Box "
of our national greatness, the won- 44tS J. A. CONRAD Z5TBFRANK
improvements at his Pine Knot the day the charter was received. This "The young aboemaker In tbe neat S-4-Jf oagar
astonishment and envy of the Camp at the Grove. For years be has postponement will give ample time to street"-London Tlt-Blta. .

;f world, permanently established. bad a class of youths from the north make suitable preparations, arrangefor ..

Hang; out the flag and swear .anew every winter under his special charge as cheap excursion: rates and prepare a WI.. .t La.t.Btock.on w. STKNTO'N & co. .
love and devotion to its beauteous lustrnctor and teacher, but has limited program which it is hoped will include Bonds-Poor Lambleyl He \_ -

r., folds. the number to about six.: : Now he ha addresses bv many. .diatiniruUhed and never could get on tbe right side of the ..C:
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put up two or three new camp building eloquent people. market SPECIALTY'. ,
Cutten Kewpons-Oh. but ,be has
The Titusville Star offers the following -plain and rough on the exterior: : but -- been for the last three months or so. ':-'

: valuable suggestion; : Florida cozy 'and comfortable on the inside Best business lots In :Miami, 'Icbeap Stockson Bonds-Heally? What- Fancy East Coast Pines :.: \
and expects to enlarge his family of Townety : ., Anthony Block. ;
:8.ro.
Cutten
Kewpons Tbe I
outside. He's .y
has In one the of South the beet, and school her- public systems students! to about twenty or twenty-five Bargains in Improved and unimprov quit-Philadelphia Press.. v .14 Vine 1=Street Philadelphia ,!Y,(
Some of the
most prominent of the
men ed .
city ] .
property. Townley Bros; Anthony -
schools are among; the very beet, but north are his patrons. Mr. A, A. Boggs, Block. Aorta. the B..t1o... Growers of Florida Oranges and -"
there is always room for improvement one of the Groves leading fruit growers, "Brother Hlghmore. are yon contributing Grape-Fruit J: n

A' In this line. This State will and Mr. Kirk Monroe, the celebrated Watermelons are very plentiful Just anything for the benefit"of the !
GROVES LOCATED .
now, and the colored people and White "
heathen this ?
soon be reimbursed $750,000 writer, are near neighbors to !Mr.! Ransom year tiles &Stanton Terra Ceia
while people, too. judging by their smiling "Yes, air. I am having my washing/ : Fla. Armstrong & Stanton, Palmetto' Fla
Commodore
Monroe Mrsrioore j
in ,
act of .
through; an Congress payment faces, are quite happy. done at a Chinese laundry."-Chicago .. Knox: & Stanton, Llinonls, Fla.
of the Florida Indian War Capt. Simmons, Mrs. Bush and Tribune.ry IV.Pianos"'" ,I
Dr. Witzel also in the EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES. $6.00 and ,
are near vicinity,
claim, and now the question! arises, $7.oo-l1ue.t: made-at ANTHONY'S ,-
and but a short distance away, the celebrated .
what disposition will be made of this hostelry the Peacock Inn. Large and small tracts of land for ; u. ANNO.

money? We suggest that it might 7i ere has been a change in one of the fruits and vegetables. Townley Bros. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Organs, Sewing Machines
very properly be added to the common Anthony Block., a
be- mslnesa firms of Cocoanut Grove OJ1- Oaka-Front Room, lUtohett Building. AT*. D, t sell direct from the Factory e
It cannot
school fund.
ex
vet & Cully have sold out to Mr. Tison I Miami. Florida. The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin AttaChment
4-18-190
pended to any better ad vantage than of / The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos. .
: formerly Georgia a substantial business S. H. RICHMOND Agent .
in this way, and there ate plenty 01! man in that State, and successful The Klngsbuty Pianos the WeUington Pianos, .,

VMS to which It could beapplied, such both In a mercantile way and also as a',' Perfine Grant Land Company ROIIEHT: .B. TAYLOR The Chicago At the Cottage Very Lowest Organ.ln Prices twenty-nine and on Liberal atyles.Terms.' i

"' as erecting better buildings providing farmer. A year or two ago he bought LA WYER. Catalogues and Prices Furnished on Application. _.

e better furniture and giving increased George I. McDonald's lard between thegrove UEAI.I ESTATE.. Office In Postoffice Block Old Instruments Taken In Exchange The Celebrated
conveniences in every public and Miami and baa a magnificent 4>.vn CUTLER. FLORID A.. I Needle. Singer Sewing Uachlns (-
MIAMI FLORIDA and Attachments for all klml.of SewinQ' Machine, Mall Oru..., win receive
with
property now a young grove Just :
school In the State.:! :S4.tfH. prompt Attention ;
starting Into bearing, which should provea Batabl4Md hi IS76 I Incorporated fa looa COB. AVK., X>. '
MIAtasYLURIDA
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fortune jn !itsell. Mr. Cully has resigned -, Capital Stock $10 oo.00 18.U' J W. EHICKSON
The Miami Steam Laundry' Is now as postmaster and a numerously 1'. ATKINSON _
turning out first-class work. Mr. Blurry signed petition by residents of the Somers Brothers Company' a

Aultman, at Sewell Bros' tore. has Grove has been forwarded to the department ATTORNEY. AT-LAW, ,.
FITI3BOBQ. PENHA.
7 the West Palm Beach agency. All work asking that Mr. Tison be NOTARrPIJBLlC THE .

'left] with him will receive prompt attention. ppolnted. Mr. Cully intends to go to Commission Merchants "' 11.16-1y MIAMI. PU. TRAVELERS

.. Satisfaction guaranteed tf .BoatODj where j-eUtlves1 reside, and Wholesale Produce Dealers ,

'" will spend the summer there, but it is NEW MANAGEMENT-;_
4 undecided Invite consignments from ':Dade County G EO. A* \VOUL.KY, S. .
whether he will
return here
Miami I la justly proud of her up-to- and Southern Florida ol Fruits Vegetables MRS..N.
date steam laundry. It la turning out aDd become a permanent resident. Mr.Oliver and Produce promising prompt ATTORN -LAW. GARCIA, Prop'r Jacksonville. Fla.

to-t first-claae work at reasonable price will\ probably remain here until\ sales at highest Ptttsburg prices,. and G..oer.l practice 8UU tod Pedant Court ---- I

Give it a trial. It i i.]located at the cor. ; spring, and thinks it likely that he will Immediate refer to retnrns.W this leadlnc Drt AU"ntlon.Offia bimlneu. entruitctd will r crlv_ .prompt at Electric[ Ughts, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Servty .;t :

ncr of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. go to the northwest on or near the .hlppen, PlttiburK paper aankaadotherweli'County kaown *, Browa ..BuildingAVe.. D and 18th The Best ,
59t1i aclfic: Co.... and reliable aource of Information, ai to our IItreel.I $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. :
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financial .dln.aid bualnea metnoda MIAMI. FLORIDA T.a.
ear at the Caloa
Depot
i; e and ask the Conductor lo.top the Travelers. It-l .

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( INSTALLATION OF tralUniversity of Kentucky, in recognized /:> BOGGS ADDRESSESTHE man announced that Judge Sounders Methodist District Conference. tltOIitOIitOItOIitOIitOIitOIitOIitOIitOItOItO% v':

by those who know him as a would next address the meeting and be The eighteenth annual meeting of the .,

REV.' W E. BOGGSTooK thorough student, an accomplished ELECTORSI'onttnuoil proceeded to do so, but :Mr. Owens insisted Jacksonville District Methodist Confer. t I

scholar,.an eloquent and forcible preach. on-replying: to Mr. Boggn. Judge cued, hall been in session at DeLaud for a.

'--,-- er, and a tender sympathetic mid efll- launders gracefully gave way, after be a week past.

/: Place at ,Jacksonville Last d ent pastor; The.recont removal from : fromot Pate 1. tad ascertained from Mr. Owens that he In the list of standing committees

Sunday. Of Interest to Dade his fond fellowship of the loving dud contended for lower rates. but who was not appearing on behalf of Mr. appointed, which list follows, it will be | House Built ? !

4 County 'Residents. cherished companion of hilt life has cast Days he wil\\ do ao after be Is elected. 1do I King" (a'lhou&b) he bad/previously been noticed that Rev. C. Fred Blackburn

tbe. dark shadow of bereavement and not think you need;! look for lower nvlted.jto to do) but solely for the pur- pastor ef tbe West Palm Beach Meth.

oneliness over his latter days; but four ales, for if the proper time Is not a)- I pose. of answering Mr. Boggs. Mr. dlst Church has been honored by being I THUS. J. CRIER
At last the
Jacksonville Sunday, (JII
( noble sons and a devoted daughter retain really< bere it won't come within the next Owens (ben made IIn impassioned speech made chairman of Hvo of the most Important -

presence of a large congregation Rev 16 cheer hint "with. their love aud ten yeartf I appeal to every honestman ,I of ten minutes duration In which he RI'I :- of the Clnlnlltteea.'fh.. list is g gS

f Dr. William Ellison Bogg was Installed IIn appreciative: flock affectionately sue in Ibis eudienct-, whether with me 'used Mr. Bogga of unlawfully drawing as follows: -" Contractor ?

as pastor of the First Presbyterian taro him to his present important end optically or against me, for fair play." his name Into tbe campaign.[ He denied Spiritual Condition of the Church- 0' 5 '

Church The occurrence Is of particular responsible pastorate"' ,. MrBogga then dealt at some length 'I he statements made by Mr. Boggs in I Revs. T. W Moore chairman; J. '1'. f and Builder
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interest to the people of Dade county: i < f >
...a..----- with the actions of .the Executive.Committee reference' to certain well known fncls..!ln Coleman, W. C. Middletou. E. M.Wool '
J, an the reverend gentleman Is the father in their arbitrary conduct of the I connection! with the political history of I wine and W. C. Walts. g -

t .i>t, that gifted young/ man, Mr.:A. A. ADDITIONAL LOCAL 'A.NDPERSONAL registration and their refusal ta recognize Lake county and warned tbe working I Missions and Boundaries-Revs. F. L. _o, .Is. prepared! to fill your order gg. ,

lulature Bogga, 'a candidate for the Florida leg. ITEMS\ the official County Registration\:! mea against voting' for Mr. Boggs at the Church, chairman. ; W. A. :Myers, ?. N. promptly and In workmanllbniaDno.I' *
from this
county. facer. not characterized their actions coining primary. The section of. the I
Weatherford E. H. Calvin and O. A
S Kattmales': furnished
y Tbe Jacksonville Tlm a-Unloa and as cowardly'and Calculated to defeat the audience favorable to Mr. Owens loudly I latcher. \ os
Issued o
'.Citizen: prints the 'following sketch.: ol Tropical', next Sun-witbe week,!' on account on'bursdsy of will of the people tn reference to the applauded as be retired from the platform Sunday Schools-Revs. E. P. Leyinlrmah >" on construction work ot every '"||
., 'Rev. Mr. Bogxs; originally'published la.the ..
local 'be said the registration .
Soutllern Friday being a National holiday, registration .: ; II J, Hefinger W. M. Viclc- Q description. 2a
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Presbyterian
: officer who was appointed In this JUDGE SAUNDERS SPEAKS. 'er8..II. tT. Rnonett and O. O. Panning.Ftuc..u. 0'
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S "The Boggs family from upper South ta. B. Aultman bas purchased owned the precinct where the greatest number of Judge Sounders-'who Is a candidate for ....-...-..,.... U. L,. .Uui.aickerl. o --- .... .5
Carolina has furnished long line of West Palm Beach store formerly
a
,Snlnlutera: to our church. One of the by Sewell Bros., of :Miami. Mr. F. J. voters were to be registered! where executive committeeman from this precinct I chairman; R' V. Atkinson J, Edgar West Palm Beach Florida
there was the for g 'Ci'
greatest opportunity his ,
bra explained reasons for first In. Williams, J. M. McCrary: and Frank
will act.as chief clerk.
: Batty of old Nazareth Church in Railey
pastor K
fraud, refused to take the oath \\0' carryout istlng on being heard and then giving ramer. .
:Spartanburg was a Boggs the /ReV. tauter Kennedy of St. Ann's O 10510110!
county ; ; ; the honestly and in accordance
registration ;SIOIa0il0ifOt10it07.0i1Ot10110
way to Mr. Oweud; He had hoped that American Bible Society-Revs. C. H, <
first missionary to out to the foreign, Church bas been spending' this week:
go with the law. lie refused to Mr. King would have a representative Summers, chairmen; E. H. Haddock "
field from tbe bounds now embraced in In St. Augustine! From that city lie 'J.
take the oath, and he did well to refuse present who would be In a position to and J. H. McDowell.
our Southern Cburcta;: was George W. \\1II1r.ve for Northern points- and be
; it because he did not Intend to carryout
snake some announcement as to the :
'Boggj: and the name has never dtsap- out of town all summer Arrangements the registration that\ way. Only a land that gentleman took'iu the present Church Property and Financial Sys- A Dittmar, ;
Revs. C. Fred chair
from our ministerial roll during have been made for services on alternate ems-- Blackburn
peared chosen few small coterie of people in VEAl.KR IN
a campaign. So far, It has been utterly ".
man; .V Mlddleton >and J. M. Mc.
Sve'appearlng Jn the
these many years undsys. hts county know what the names are Impossible to obtain any statement -Uoilffll JUKI-

% ''Jlst of 1901,.though one has sincefallenasleep. The semi-annual election of officers ol on that Hat. either from Mr, King or any of his rary.Quarterly Conference RecordsRevs.W. Dressed Lumber

a But the most. dlattnguisEed in akq Worth, Lodge Independent Orderof "We are deprived of this right and committee. He prophesied that Mr. ,
A. Weir chairman T..III. and
Bryan
b all the'long list la the subject of this Oddfellows was held last evening ? ''Can nan in this audience ; 'Doors Sash Blinds
d why any Boggs would carry every 'precinct with H. J. Herflinger. Shingles, ,
:sketch. when the following were selected\: uggest t to me any honest reason why he exception of Lake Worth and Mr. Temperance-Revs. J. T. Coleman Mouldings. Brick, Lime

r William Ellison Boggs la.. the son of I George,L. Brannlng. N, G. bat registration list is bid away from'us.. King's own precinct Oju's. chairman; Fletcher 'Williams, Y. B.Pickard :. and Builders' Hardware

,' ; Rev..G. W. Boggs (the missionary re..'I' G. W. S. Bell, V. G. and kept out ol our sight: ? When my Judge Sounders referred in scathing W. G. Erhart and O. O. Mick. .
3 1' ferred to aboye) and Mrs. Isabella .W. R. C. Creech Secretary. attorney appeared before the .Board at terms to the treatment accorded him by er. FORT PIERCE < FLORIDA

Boggs, and was born to them In Jlla- George Wellington Treasurer. the last meeting a meeting..called for the executive committee. They had reused Epworth: League-Revs.' C. Fred ------ ,

.dustan.Magr2, 1838. His parents returning Here ta a suggestion! : Orlando's the purpose of revising the registration to furnish a list of the names regstered -I' Blackburn, chairman; J. F. Bell, J. C. LIGHTWOOD POSTS \

to this country in his childhood, Board of Trade has placed an order lets, tbe names were read so rapidly and bad no reasonable excuse for AI .rltLon, J. Y. Flood and Frank First Class LUhtwood Posts for "

bad their home for many years In for 50,000 booklets-for the purposeof and indistinctly that no person could so doing. He. thought'that the tactics Iramer.. Pineapple Covering and other purposes ,'.
Wlunsboro S. C., where be was follow it and the that we be allowed .
prepared f advertising' their town. Thin is request pursued by the county executive committee Public Worship-Revs. C. A. Fulwood, I A.ldrusH.
4 for college In-the celebrated Mt. to seel t, was denied. would not redound to tbe creditof
P..C":
and
D. D. P. E. E. MicHer
J. ,
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with the ; B. HOWARD
In line proposition ,
{ \r Zion Institute la Decembers; 1859 her right Gentlemen fthink it Is a deliberate the members or their friends Lee .
was graduated at the South ,Carolina made at tbe meeting of the West Palm intention and attempt to defraud us olbinelection J. McCrory. Sebastian Fla. ;
MR. BOGGS' STATEMENT. ---tee.----- ,
College taking the second honor In hia leach BotmrotTrade two weeks ago. and think there is!' bo -- )

I :class, immediately entered.the ,ColumblaJTheoloxlcal The idea is un excellent one and i ilt other explanation that can be put uponIt. Mr. Boggs took the ''opportunity tobrieflytepiy Notice.
to Mr. Owens. lIe thought The East Coast Lumber and Supply 'l
I ) : Seminary and pur- worth following;; up. We were given the assurance of Mr. I :
that hewn. juttified in mentioning Mr.Owens' Company succeeding to the business of ,
hued his studies for the .mlnlatry" with JOlt. \.McDonald.thatwe should have
W. I.
There was brought:by Mr Met- name In connection with ill TIe Bond Lumber Company., at Titus
the class of 1862, though amid some Plantation full access to that list. We were also ,
calf front the Corfe ; Castle that the G. F.. Paddlson Eau Gallic
campaign as gentleman was at ville,- at Build Houses
interruptions occasioned the break. that
by given tbe assurance everything was ..
at' Delray, last week, .a curious pine. lead of Mr. King's campaign committee and The Fort Pierce Lumber Co., at
Ing out of the Confederate Wtrin 1861 of two double going; to be fair;; that we were to have; Move Houses.
apple freak consisting and so was liable to be criticised for Fort Pierce, will be ready for business
Daring the summer vacationof that very opportunity to prepare ourselves
from one Stem.
growing
pineapples his actions. 1st- '
year' he joined his brothers, the army Each of the doubles has a gereated to challenge illegal voters. I will leave on July Repair Houses.
The meeting broke at about hall Address all orders and
tof NortberqJirginie and the\ next year, This it to yon way these pledges have not up correspond work
half intereating'audcuriouafreak Shop
Crown, moon shape. .-
'' past nine o'clock, dance to tbe genEral office of the Com ,
having been licensed to preach by lIar. be seen in been carried out.
may ---- ... >any at Eau Gallie. Your orders are Repairing ,i '
a in April be returned "I think that these assurances weregivenue or
inony Presbytery the show window of R. B. Sp alt& Co.', solicited and will receive at. r
prompt
4 to the army, was appointed chaplain of grocery store.Proprietor .to put ns off our guard; ,"but we They Remembered the King entlon. Dock Building. .
the Sixth South Carolina Vol. aa'weknew them of old i
Regiment were prepared ,
of tbe The Ued_White and Blue Tea in
J. C. Summers Seminole Tug EAST COAST LVMB'RR & SPPPI.Y Co.
Q nnteera, where he continued to larva and we did not neglect our preparations, Call on or address
ofthe coronation
Hotel, an old-time English honor of'King Edward -.. ;
"''t with marked zeal and efficiency until the gave and when election day comes'YOI1 may
for which bad been
number of arrangements
dinner Thursday!, to a ,
,. surrender General Lee in 1865. Ite rest assured that we will take- measures Notice. M. J. YARBOROUCH
Britishers and others The dinner waslleborately merle a week ago by the ladies of Brit-
ess'ordained to the work of an army t d protect oat rights. Any one who attempts We have disposed of our Interests In
served and thoroughly en. all birth, resident in Palm Beach ,was WCht Point Beach. Fin.
>I! i'J. gellst by. Harmony Presbytery at to vote at the primaries, and who he yards at Titusyille, Eau Gallie and
t"d I 'i' 4+1x c.Noyember863. Among the guests were noticed fa'not legally entitled, do op .having [tyen .yesterday afternoon on.the. ve.raDc181t Fort' Pierce to the. East Coast.. Lumber; ,
of The Breakers.
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fi' ; i.':o-Jt't t tfff, dose i of the war he returned to Messf l.'Brown J. II. Garrett, Thomas H.E.Macbatd'W.Gordob Burns H. AI been,Illegally registered will do so at The affair was more,in the nature of and, Supply Co. t'BUIL'P I HOUSES.
) We thank the public for their !
''. i. his home in Wlnnsboro 3. .C., and his peril. There are laws iu Florida and remembrance rather than gene
patriotic a
:.. Barnett W. E. Collins John Carney, in the and hope they ; *
of and ous support past :
served the church there as stated supply here are means enforcingthem, coronation for The of I
celebration news
all
McFarlane
J.i"f'' until called to the: pastorate of, FirstS Joha> Gbuet, Mr. James we are.goiug to see that we are not de. will, continue their favor to our sue
Messrs. J. be King's .illness dispelled fit thoughtof
from West Palm Beach and G. A. KUNZE
t .Church,.Columbia, S. C.. in Mayi 1866. frauded at that election." jubilation and made tbe"occasion essor. .
:B. Rice W D. Sherman. Mr. Howard G. F. PADDISON
'; While here be was married on November tlchall from Delray, and H, B. Browi At this part ot his address Mr. Boggs one of opportunity for. the expression of Eau Gallie. Contractor and Builder
a, 1870 to bliss Marlon B. Alexander turned his attention to a personal mater decorations '
A. lag and Cecil Brownrigg of Miami. profound sympathy. FORT PIBBCR LUMBER Co.
fifth daughter of Adam L. Alexander which has Specifications on Application .
Messrs. James and Gordon Brown of that of misrepresentation which consisted of the British Jack,--.the Fort Pierce,
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l? q., of Washington Ga., .a union lypuluxo, T. P. Murphy ,of Jacksonville been a feature of tUs campaign. He Stars and Stripes and flags of other nations BOND LUMBER P. o: Box 254 WEST PALM BEACH "

t "' '''which was perpetuated through: thirty R. .Schoomaker of-New York traced many of the incorrect and unjust were tastefully arranged. Before Co.Titusville.. 3-ai-um "

4 ,j years, and was crowned with ranch sat.'Slsfctioa and John G. Ward of Pensncola. statements to Mr. Owens a member of the serving of refreshments at four -... -
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"' '. and harjplness, and blessed -.r--- Graham W. King's campaign committee, o'clock, tbe. gathering sang the British First-Class
: with six: children one of.whom died In and made some stinging comments on National Anthem "God Save tbe .
\ Decided Improvement.The 8
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..Infancy. Mr. Owens' previous political history in King," which came as a .heartfelt < /O .G/n 'ITYV

From Columbia Doctor Boggs was latest news from. London is that Lake county and In the State Legislaure. prayer>> .
called to the Second Church Memphis tile King'continues to improve after This aroused the audience to a %The committee of arrangements, com- This signature Is on every box of the Tablets genuine Blacksmithing '
Laxative Bromo-Quinine
where. he began his labors In February, Tuesday's operation. His physicians., high pitch of enthusiasm and added excitement posed of Mrs.. Maughlin, Miss Baldwin, the remedy that cures a .ol tNI 1871. During thispastoiate, .which, was however in their bulletins,warn the was given when Mr. Owens Mrs Hindry Mrs. Gardner and Mrs. can "Iways be '

k. characterized by much vigor .and-suc- people that tbe royal ;patient la by no rushed to the bandstand and asked Mr.\ }Durkhardt;superintended the serving of obtained new shop at of the ;)(j:

Cess, Memphis was thrice scourged< with means out of danger nor will. he be for Boggs for permission to reply. This request refreshments; .. and added enjoyment D1MICK &; RIEGEL,

i yellow fever but .Dr. Boggs manfully several. c as. Mr. Boggs quickly granted. was given: by tbe rendition of a numberof Proprietors JAMES MILLER .:I

stood at his post-though nearly all his Take Continuing his speech Mr. Bogus gramophone selections by Mr. W.W\

flock had left. He ministered with untiring .Democrats Notice. touched on the importance of electing Vlaugblin. /. t

r ? -- zeal to the sick and dying In tbe The following is a copy of the formal proper men as'railroad commissioners, Those who accepted the hospitalities PalmBeach Clematis Avenue West of Railway. ]

': face pf terrible exposure"end distress I notice served on the Dade County Democratic and he made a strong plea on behalf oi of the British ladies were Mrs. (Dr.) II

During the great scourge of 1878 when Executive Committee,, and accepted R. Hudson Burr, one who he said was 3nrnham, :Mrs. Eugene: Dlmick, Mrs Iron[ andRepair

about 6,000 victim.perished: both his by Secretary S. Lester Patterson willing to do what is right both to the. John B, Beach; Mrs. Moses, Miss de DrugStore

I wife and himself were, stricken down of that committee:. railroads and the people 3ottreu\ the Misses! Woodward; Mrs. R. Work 4

.'')" -with the dreadful disease and barely MR. W. A. FH.KR. CHAIRMAN 09 THBDADK :Mri Boggs then enumerated briefly 1.'Cbl.Ulngwortb. Mrs. C. C. Chilling- -A.. .. -- A

escaped with their lives. By this severe COUNTY EXECUTIVE COM. the"pl .uks of his platform and what be worth Mrs.J. B. McGinley Mrs. Guy r. Specialty .

illness the health of both was seriously MllTEBDBAR < would favor If elected to the Legisla Metcalf Mrs. Briggs, :Mrs. Fremd, Miss -DEA.LERBIN- __ ,

4. impaired and Ibis fact! induced change : SIR:- ture. These) included the revision of the Hindry. Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Miss Col-

to a different'tHrnste, tit. way of which "The following Democrats, have requested primary law so as to make' fulfill the mer, drat S. McDonald Mrs. Hone, Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS

: was opened by a" call .to''tbe Central me to notify' your Committee expressed wish of the Democratic party Miss Maud Burkhardt, Mrs. de Gottreu, Drugs, Toilet Articles

'l."burch. Atlanta, Ga., which Dr. Boggs that they will appeal to the Democratic la Florida Mrs. V/ H. DaCamara Miss Florence

happily served from 1879 to 1882 when voters of their respective precincts to : Another plank in his platform was the McDonald, Mrs. T. M. Crawford Miss Fine Stationery ana II ri

be was elected to the chair of ecclealaa.tical elect a new Executive Committee to enactment of a pure food law. May.Fremd, Miss Laura Fleming and

p history and church government in serve for the ensuing two years and will The preservation of Florida's forests ,Miss Marie Cox. Druggist's Sundries.

the Columbia Seminary.. On accountof at the primry to be held July the Ijtb was another Issue which .would be The gentlemen present were, Mayor

tbe unfortunate controversy which offer themeelves sa candidates for committeemen brought up in the Legislature.; He said I L. W. Burkhardt, J. B. McGinley GuyI.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
in and. their precincts. Metcalf, W. W. Maugbltn E. E.
developed 1884 nearly paralyzed for respective the forests were being: depleted by tur- East Coast Business Solicited
this institution, Doctor Boggs resignedin I' St. Lucie Precinct No, I, M. R, Johns. jentlne stills and saw mills until some Ehman and lIarry;L. Brown, WEST PALM Bl1Ali( ,
1885 and accepted a renewed call Jupiter Precinct No. 3\\ N. C. Jones. I. '
eglslatlon was necessary. to protect ..........
from his old charge la Memphis, to Lake Worth Precinct No. 3;: H B. them. Democrat Wants to Know. I

which he returned and entered upon -a Saunders. ; He also was tn favor of a readjustment Eilltnr'TRorKUI. Son: New Idea in Trunks.r

,.; second happy pastorate which lasted. Hypoluxo, Precinct NO.4.... Cullen of the representation to the Legislature, Much criticism Is being indulged in : OP

through four years. ,On' account ot his Pence. based on the principle of population1 6y the opponents of Mr. A. A. Boggs ss Doors, Sash,

4: continued imperfect health he again Delray,Precinct No. S.T. J.Haygood' He next dealt with the matter of elev_ to his platform. It may be pertinent to
felt the necessity of a change and accordingly Pompano, Precinct No. 6, L. J. Griffin Blinds, MouldingsAND r'
lion of'-county: commissioners In this inquire of Mr, Graham King or .his \
was induced to accept an, ur Ft" Lauderdale, Precinct No. 7, Jno. connection be said that the commission campaign managers, what Mr. King's !

gent invitation to the chancellorship of W.Marshall. erA should be elected not by the vote or platform is, upon which he: claims the Building Material,

tbe University of Georgia at Athens Ojus Precinct No. 8, M. F. Long. the whole county but by the vote of the support of tbeIOtera of Dade County. t
where be also filled the chair of mental :Lemon City, Precinct No. 9, Warren CHARLESTON, S, C.ftr .
district which they were to represent.The So far all that we have beard Is, that .
and ,moral science and !logic. During Mitchell. last issue which he mentioned he is a farmer and "knows what farmer I Largest Factory South.
Incumbency in this institution ..". Miami, Precinct No. 10, G. A. Worley _R.ni fnr Prlr*,
was the passage of a canal bill. A new want but does not say that he will helpto
eral new departments were added to the Cocoanut Grove, Precinct No. It, W. charter would soon be necessarry and get what they want while on the

university the standard of scholarship J. Shone. new land"would be"appropriated. He other hand it is said that Mr, Boggs UNRTha r

,, ..' was raised and the attendance was nearly Cutler Precinct No. 12: P. Jenkins.. thought that the old land should revert \\.Oq..la a farmer, but knows too much WOOD WOOD r

-It, doubled. But ,factional differencesled Respectfully submitted back to the State and not be retained and ask for too much for hia constit ,

to a withdrawal from this Institution J,M.'Tov/NUCY., by the canal company.: nencjv For bne I should like to bear T

i after ten years: of 'efficient service, and --.-- In conclusion Mr. Boggs-said that lie Mr King's platform announced. i Stove Wood

Doctor BOIlS returned to the regula You Know What You Are Taking would stand as the representative of tbe ,PUMOCRA'1' Stallman Dresser Trunk

work of the ministry being now the When yon take Grove's Tasteless Interests pf tbe whole people and he ..e.----- Represents 11 new Idea In trunk. It In a Delivered to Any fart of Town.

esteemed and cherished pastor.elect of Chill Tonic because the formula I la asked the friends of good government Hon. John G. Ward of Pensacola portable dreK.tnff cane,with drawer-. instead 01
I toys; a place for everything, from a hat to
the First Church:; Jacksonville: Florida plainly printed'on every bottle showing to give him their most cordial support candidate w for Railroad Commissioner collar .bullou.nd th* bottom U a McccimlbU .: Leave orders arWood Yard on Clematis

ntp which he has been serving with great that it I Is simply Iron and quinine In a at the primaries dn July ijth. was in town last night and left this the 8hlppd top. C Cunts.O. DH no with more privileges than a good to box.xniulneTwocent trunk. Avenue, near the' railroad track,

acceptance since<< 1900. tasteless form. No cnre. No pay joctsKRIPPENDORF'S MR. OWENS REPLIES. morning for Fort Pierce. stamp for illustrated catalogue, or address
I.f' Doctor Boggs; upon whom tbe honorary ..-- F. A. STALLMAN
LADIES' SHOES Considerable excitement followed the --... J. T. SNELL "
of D. conferred by 08 ,
_. degree D. was West Spring street,
the !84 W..P.JJ. and 144. D. by the Cen, at-AMTHONY BROS. it close of Mr. Boggs'address.. The Chair. "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS.. f.I.11r' VOLOMBVS, OHIO I'ROpnJETOn.: 9411el

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6 '" THE TROPICAL. SUN&tl PALM! BKACH! PLOBIDA! JRXD4!: JUNE 27, 1802.


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Vet, ,;;toe mush. tndulK4 thy lend punch{ .. '
tt, sowed the seeds, ,but death .has raped. DMrult. .
cii1Aik tO'1 h'1Y/1I/ BASY!' COAST or FCOBIDA I l lF
'ISns thin. own.c.nlui pre the Anal blow PAut C. JONES W. C. MINNICK IS. .* RlGAlNBD. .
And belp'tl to plant tin wound that laid thee low. '
Bo the ttruoK .10 1 ,, itratctied. upon tbt plain, e-
>NO/ awn tlnouith rolling olouda to mar again, JONES & MINNICK :
Vl..nd I.U" own bather on the fatal dart :
And winged l the Bhatt thai qulv rad in hit heart.K F COAST RAILWAY
Remembrances of Humorous !! 1A.2sr
; .m. wets hU pangs" kMmwlM lo IM .' 4j '*H
lie nunwJ the pinion which Impelled the dial, '

Scenes In Congress. while nntDnnk the seta pluau that baU 1 warmed bli .. Building Contractor .. LOCAL TIME CARD '; No. 41 In Effect June 8, 1902 ,

the last lift drop at M* blxdlnabrtaat.. '
,
1 "a When h .penned those Immortal tines' SOUTH BOND-MAO DOWN. 1I0".nUHD-II.A. UP.

Favorite Member.- Often Take Great In the early years 'of the nineteenth Only the Best of Mechanics e.1 a t'Ne
)' Liberties; WlthSut Giving Offense century, the author of "ChUde..Uarald" .8 No. SBDally .r' MAIN UNI Daily Dat1y '

IT.le of an irishman! ends Chicken. did not dream that in the closing. daysof 1 D.lIt .

A Crao_ at a Solemn Statesman the same century they would' bused Employed on Our Contracts 1 Ly..t .... : .\,. B Qa" .

J' Concerning the Color of Butter. In the American conitresn as an Ih 1$6 1.\...'....::{::.....:.,;...n..'..r:,.,,$."o... //Y6t II ;l h hL

1) Campaign Oratory Thai: Went to argument/ against oleomargarine, yet: ..r i io.. ........................'.., //10,, .!1
/' such Is the- truth 'of history.. lion WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. : H pra .....,.................._AU".UU..j' I If A .
Wa.t. .. o... ................ .....,..,. '
John Lamb of RIchniowl d, Va.,1tthe '0 0 .. ................t.-... : : r 1 1tt
(Copyright, 1902, by Champ Clark.] \vho, performed.'the aat und.' 1 I :..;".. .. ..........,.-.,, : ... ........ I' F, .
man
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I .....:.... ........... .II
l'' For some reason or other there are log feat.: He was pounding away with'a fg I Ie 6 : ..;. ............... Itta ..
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certalu member few suddenly :::::: t.:::::::::::::.!'port Orange.l :::::::::::::::::::;:::: !
-only a bappy dry argumentative'speech when _. 12.20tlG. ; ....... ....,.... '
I ............ .......... New..myrn........ ADA if..
'Who can take great liberties with the and unexpectedly he electrified Op 0&&p.. .405k. HIll..A.... ................... ...," !toII
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BELL I 6.
i house without giving offense. They his audience with the following'nr W. S. i ....:.. "li p .....,.......:.......... .Tltuavilie..j... .. .. .::.... It ::: ....le a,
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for prlHlng and humorous parody on the ". .. .. alP .. ............ ... .alod. ..:. ....... .. i ..:> i
are some occult considered
reason, ..:..::::............ ..:".. wi
It i t above 'quoted verses tof Byron: .4 O ...I'.... I0 .::::............:...... All Gal II*.., .. / I'... .
,. d' characters. Facile p ........ .I
as leg ; elbourne.
PtIY prln Oh, whit a noble oo..wu here unilon I-O ::::::: 31& :::::::::::::::::....:..:. ....::..:...:..:.::.;:: : ,:. ....:.t: r::! e!
SebLalart
ceps ai \ong these favorites la Uon Contractor and Builder / .. ..... & .. .... ........ ... '1 b ,
bur favorlt 10..1Ye. '
When Brlndl* Mil destroyed .;:. .....:. ........:...V"\Ltt..teit.:.....:.....:::....:. : :::.
Peter Johnston of Va : ....... ., : aVi
Otey Lynchburg. eta too much ltidulB thy fond pursuit : :::::: :: ..' i ,
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but death bu the ..:..
Whenever Mr. Otey rises, the members 8h lowed to midi, reaped III : 1blaloni.a.s ..r: .. ..: .10iO 6Aa.
fruit. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA : :::::: : ::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::,E, .:::::::::.a::::::::::::::::: .ft'd. 1
all settle comfortably In their Ton thin own salve vav the Until brow ....... ......................'....J.m. ..................::....... leeta.::::::; :
.,..............-.... .........., ...............lI.H. ......
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eats with their faces turned toward And helped to plant the woupd that laid thi low. and 'of Bulldlnga-of all personal ... ... Hp Stuart
The erection deocriptlons given .
; repairing <
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........ ... ..........Hop Hound.............. ...... .
I k the gray haired Virginian/ In expectation Bo the milker, Btratohftd upon the plain attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ....... :::::::.:..::::....... .We.'Suplt8r... ... ..... tlS.a .. ... M r ,
No nOON through waving gran to brown again .119pp ...Wait ........:.:.::....... 8 lit a....." 11 .
ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly ....... ....,.......... .. palm Moaoh" 't
of something racy, and they are Viewed her .own tallow on the fatal dart W ....... .. ..... .. .. .... .......................... IUD. J.I.
Barely disappointed. And winged the ihaft that quivered in h.r hurt done. References given if desired. ...... .:!..."......'.'...'."i..!.rrtL Luderd..i*...................... ::::: r;
for Plumbing ........1 If ...................Lemon fltY.i. .. : Pie.: ::::: : po
Completely Equipped First-Class :
When the army bill was up In the Appearances Deceptive. ... .... I 10 At........ ........... ...n am /v ..
its, Fifty-sixth congress, Mr. Otey; offered Not satisfied, however with that ex Residence on Eve;nia Street, near Lake.Front p. 0. Box 361. j&UFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN W AND 7&y
cerpt from the poets, he Introduced .
an amendment providing an adequate
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'' 'i b, number of dentists. He prefaced Shakespeare by the following quotation BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. tike
1ettWant d'R

': his speech with this remark, al. Hark. you thll, &_nlo- aHouse No.BT Ho.68HIT N.. B3Dully No.49 No. PAX.ATKABH.AWOH. N..to Nm 41 N.. 00 50.54 NsDally. ,//
most an daring as anything "Private" The dorU can "it* Sorlptur for hi* p..r_*. Lally hst y Daly Dally Dally Dally Daily Daily

i John Allen ever said: "Mr. Chairman Aa vii aoul. producing bolT wll...., .. it ii 1 THTa" tr falatU ArAr S 20 Jae 11 4 pl P I p 4 '
t I* like a villain with!-a lulling. chick IT? D I/v a 00 a e M t t p Optl p n.
00 / 0 1t 05p 644 a K Palatk* ,
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I do not thrust the house
t' myself on A good/! appla rotten at the heart Built ?

i; very often. When I do, I have something Ob, what. a goodly. outride faJ..bOllb.tbl I Ho. 67TSTp BAN,NiATRO BRANCH., Ne.4e Ne.e9 j jD
} No.Davy Dally Dally
to say that is tangible/ and worth Hitherto Captain Lamb had been considered ,,' ally

? as a solemn! and dignifiedstatesman. GtantContractor'and nn _V............... ...',....KaiitPalutka,.,,... ...................Ar e a p ye ,
.5 talking about. Just as he concluded Hereafternolena' volens II. T. Builder,ia prepared to give 8 IB A 80 a Ar ............../..........San Natoo......... .. ..............[yv I e Be a sup I
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ippl, that breezy sentence, and while the prompt service and satisfactory work, to any one need..
he must be classed with the humorists No.23 Ns.1 1 line
bouse was laughing and applauding, ing anything in the construction. line. No. t 19 No. 17Daily No. 8T55T MA.TPOHTBBANOJU Ne.11 No.10 No.
asked some of the house. His case Illustrates the a Bun Dally ailly Dally 13:510 Detly Daily Deily, dr Suu{?,
Mr. of Texas
Slayden Otey old and homely saying, "Appearances Call on or address .
,'it question, whereupon the latter said: are often deceptive." Ionlp p p p ibpp L.Y JackBon eGe 8 L ef8a
"I do not know to what the gentleman H. GRANT, p I i' 0D D 10 19 ato 41 Jaokae.'nIe p 0

from Texas refers. He reminds me of A For Oem a long of Oratory time Senator, George Graham 6-6.1902 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA., lllljli p 1 p I OI p 10 IK SO a a Ar" AllanlUBob Mayport Lr" pW n z a : iI m I J1. S
the Irishman of whom I heard a story '
Vest of Missouri has Indulged and Dixie Flyer Rout*Slnplng Car oparaMd on train* aild 9f.
lie was eating eggs./ The first one he .r- of
wallowed went down all right/ but in cultivated the fad of collating "gems/ of . . .. .
i heard oratory. I commend to hjs careful No. IIf BA.WFOHDU11ANO1I! Ne. No. apally No. t ORANG1I1 CITY No. t We. 4' ?v
wallowing the second he the 1>.. 211 DallyThaa B.H.ANOJunll. Deily Dali .r
Daily I '
Bound of a chick as It went down his and the prayerful Grout consideration bilL He will the find debateon It a' I J. M. M. ,BROCK : l v..... ..,," P TBJ Id ta Lv. .' I.H. Bur Helenyv' top p t'T
'Be O
throat, and then be exclaimed : lee v..Mim..T. v 10 1 p i <1 pill .1. 1..I..k. {
rich mine of "oratorical gems. fo-I 1 1I1111.Ly Orange"Clog.Lv. 00 p 14 pe
gorra, you' have a sweet voice but you I BSa x.v..0eteeu..4 -It U. I 400 p
would have concluded from a M' .iBntorprl.Lv 11 80 a 4 08 p U .v" lAr.Oraag Oily Jol. v IIp 1 p
body a
.y spade too later I want gentlemen to could pose'albly 'iJililfinil Buildings Handled 980. \ki.*.......Banford ..._._.L" noo a '
priori reasoning that bigotry .
;, come out now and say whether they Contractor and J Time Tables.how the tlma at which train mar be xpotd>> arrive and dpar ,
*
be lugged/ In, but Mr.\ Foster of, th time atatad I*no iruarantaad.nor ,
are going to take care of 3,200,000 ,on CommissionPlans from the.averel.tetlone arrival or d"partur al *
,
I teeth, half of which are aching nil the Illinois Is the statesman who perform': ,.- do** tae Company ho'id'it.lI; ;rapoulbl for any: delay or any oola.tluoeee- arlylat:! there 'tvPeninsular
I milt. .
time. I appeal gentlemen/ on this ed that apparently Impossible caper,,

4 side of the house and on the other side and he did It In this wise '' Specifications Furnished : and Occidental. Steamship Connections Mlama. fBETWEEN
regardless of recent elections and regardless "Mr. Speaker, tbe {tending bill, pop. \
of political affiliations to ularly known as the Grout bill receives : : on 'Application : : MIAMA. KEY WEST AND HAVXNA.80TTTBBOU P

i 1, come forward and give the old soldier Its strength and acquires Its : n>. NORTHBOUND., ,
unworthiness from two sources-bigotry / : WEST PALM BEACH, FIORDAJflMES :
i .
-the grand old soldier-a chance to Lv.EavanaToss,Thure.JOeo..
get rid'of the toothache" and greed. These two elements, .- Lv..MiamdMon.We.a,TiiM.l W.TI"i.U" :::::::::::::::11 lOp Ar. KeY W..Thuro................ lop
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from time to time, as far back as the Ar.. Kejr K r", ..d'TueaThun.. ............ 'I 8 Lr. K.y W.!t.,Turn.Thun.............. t 01)P
Fun In,th. House. memory of-man runneth, have consist, r "':. H>]oona 'edn. Frlo........ ........ 1\ 00) Ar. Mlama wed.. .FrU. .............. .... OOa

1 It Is a well known fact that most ently opposed every effort to Improvethe For oopy of tonal Tim Card address any Ag nk. ,, -

men. Including congressmen, will sign condition of mankind by destroying 8T.AUGUSTINE, F7t
H0LLEY J. D. RAJINEK: : Asst. Gen.Pass -Agent.
most any sort of a petition. It so happened the power of tyrants, frustrating tbe .

that a large majority of senators avarice of classes or the prejudices of ... ...
.
and representatives had signed Peti- .J.
precedent: ---- BUILDERON

tions asking the speaker'of the bouse "In this case the bigotry .referred. .. PJ. NS AND $ : ,APPLICATION :," H'r
and the president of the senate to per .. ... .
.Is the bigotry! of custom which Is as" ;WEST'PAtM'\ BEACH. ?, FLORIDA .
mit consideration of a separate bill r
blind Ignorant/ and Inconsiderate aa I-R-If ron e1
containing the provision of the Otey that of race, nationality, class or creed.It y i
I
R.i
Hmon
amendment. With a great flourish of of healthful trumpets Brother Otey proceeded to opposes the adoption a Is good enough for Phllodelphia Boaton Atlanta '
food, which may be enjoyed by poor' .
read the names. At last he read "Sen. and rich alike, because that food was' P A ROID 1 "A.hwitle hattanoodn Louisvills Js "

ator John Henry Gear of Iow ."- And unknown to past generations. In like;: Cincinnati St. Lout.> Kansas CityPittaburtf :

then, he added impressively, "Who has manner It opposed steam and elec UNCLE, SAN. : Detroit Cle-.: I.nd. .

&one." The next name he read was tricity. It did not believe a steamer Chicago. etc .
"Representative W. W. Grout of Ver could the ocean because one'
cross will
and find that it
i mont""Who will soon go," added never had crossed It.: It tried on the ROOFING I you oj

Bailey of Texas in reference to the plains to lasso the railroad engine. The : ia beat for yon. T5 o

fact than General Grout refused to be a lasso was In the hands'of the savage .

candidate for a seat in the house in red man. But In that effort he was as S Sf

I 1000 in order to go to the senate which reasonable aa enlightened/ and as effective The specifications for the. work which the Weather Bureau Department -,: r ':

"' L be did not do, as Governor Dllllughatn,' as the better lettered but equalI I Lag in.view at Jgpitercjtll for PARQID ROOEING. CJ .RAItWAy'' L

having the longest/ pole, knocked'thatluscious ly narrow minded pale faced brethren For samples and price write S

persimmon Just as General of bin class who declared the'steamship -
Grou't's lips were about to close uponIt. and the railroada aEO.: P.PADDISON: Gallic F
i an Impossibility Eau a.,. ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: '
went through .
amendment /
: Otey's dangerous, trespassing, man devour 1.10f /

1' with a rush, as nearly every memberhas ing, cattle destroying gormand and THe SoutKern's Palm Limited
bad experience enough to convince Juggernaut: : t r
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him that sweet Robbie Burns was $ The
WasHington RicHmond and
Lacey'a Campaign Story -
correct when he defined toothache as Major J '
"the hell o' all diseases." Among Jubilant members on band on! .i:. TO ALL INTERESTED "i Plot dtx Limited J
:
session ,
short
of the
the opening day
A Question of Style. Major THe New YorK and Florida Express :
Fltty.aldb.coogreB8 was .
of the :
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There are fashlons'ln styles of speaking TEE1-: .
Just as there are In clothes. That Lacey of Iowa, who was In most cheer-1'' TO THE CAST

;'TI on. Gilbert N. Haugen of Iowa Is ful mood.
ratber solemn. When he was orating He was regaling a coterie of friends Peninsular Electric Gousimction THe CHicago and Florida Special
with reminiscences enlarging/ upon the I.
t on tbe Grout bill.Judge Grlggs/ of Georgia THe Florida
fact that It waa extremely difficult to Limited *
who possesses a rlcb vein of humor c
said to lion:D. H. Smith of Ken. arouse any Interest In his audiences. COMPANY. : / TO THE NORTH AND WEST. '
lIe said: "I tried first and last to argueIn /
"Pave as are the most solemn
tucky, you
looking man In the house, suppose a philosophic and logical manner all IS NOW open to the patronage. of the public of West I
of the Important questions Involved In Palm .Be C\h and 1
vicinity : >I'
of Information'and
rise 'a Pullmtrj
you to question SleepInr.Car Line Jacksonville( to Clmclnaatl m ;
but after
doing
the election my very
ask Ilangen where he studied the best on several occasions to Interest Electric. 'Construction of AH Kinds. A a.ville, through "The Land of the Sky." : ; '

ology." j Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in .
realized that
Bailey's Humor. my my efforts audiences were I painfully not a howling success. Annuno ton, Call Della,UursrUr a.ntl Flro' Alarm Syatcm a Specialty.ALL connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway a r;;

The Grout bill brought forth a good So at last In a community composed WORK ..OCAKANTKKD.Otncea trains.I Pullman Sleeping- Cara and Hotel Dining Can on all. *through r "

deal of humor In the last congress. Mr. largely/ of Irish who are generally enthusiastic In Jefferson'Block; 10-18-lf "

7, y Bailey of Texas is very stately and auditors I laid myself out Ask. for Tickets via Southern Railway. Crrsp..deiie* Solicit**. '1' ?
logical In his speeches frequentlyeloquejit. to stir them up. So Instead of serious P..O..394.1 ? West Palm Beach, Fla

; t !!'- but rarely humorous. In his five ly arguing Imperialism, finance, prosperity I I

I ; minute speech devoted chiefly to the and other /great questions moreor r<> pc( ?o gr>( x :o: H. F.' CAREY Ft*. P... Ajt.. ..oa V. Bay St, JwkioovBU F1A.I' .I ,

question of coloring oleomargarine In less ponderous I turned myself looseto .

;; Imitation of butter for purposes of deception deliver a regular rabble rouser. They S..H. HARDVICK, V..H. TAYLOE, I

he said: "Mr. Speaker; It frequently applauded somewhat, but did not make BOND() & BOND COMPANY General Passenger Agent A..'. Cea.1 Pus. Agent, ,; a'

happens that a deception Is an the welkin ring with their shouts as In "V...hbnton. D. C AlUala- .J, .
Innocent one, No man claims that a : 1800. When I went out on the street .*.
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,t dairy establishment-such,for Instance I saw a crowd lit men gesticulatingand '..a

as tbe great Elgin creamery-when It heard them talking -excitedly, as
MANUFACTURERS OF .. _
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E j' sends Its butter to one city more deeply In the ''good old days. I teas greatly --- -

1, colored than to another does so fraudulently '
pleased' and thought 'Well, I have ,
There are many Innocent and struck It right at last,' but as I was not I LUMBER
LATHANDSHINGLESL'
harmless deceptions and most of all close enough/ to understand what they,

about the question of color. Who believes were saying I sidled up hearer, io as to I BURTON E. GOE CO. ,

_ that a beautiful woman, when ascertain what portions of my';speech I ,
Flooring Siding andCeiling.0 Brick Lime and Cement.
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w ? she happens to paint her cheek .Is tryIng had 'aet them to arguing and;shaking r '" r

to deceive us to our Injury Yet Jbelr'.fists at each other' "WttenV I -IN STOCK --- 4. "",

t sir many ladles-God bless them I- came within earshot of them, td*my disappointment Gravel Roofing e Concrete Asphalt Paving"t '; :

color their cheeks different'from what I found that they were OFFICE AND YARDS 31.1902 .
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jGod and nature painted them. These at all
not dlscnsslng me or my speech ,
t Jocose remarks of tbe young, stately, but were 'vociferously debating' a bet ON F. E. C. RY.* This Company, after doing conquerable: work for r.

handsome Texan brought down the of a dollar two men had made upon Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. McDonald McGuire Mr. Hamer '"
"I house.! the weighty a certain bog distinguished : (agent tot Joseph Jefferson) }+'

$ CapWrin Lamb's: Surprising' Parody. In that particular community for his -r-- Mayor Whllldln, Dr. Munyon, W, P. Hatch Ht, Anthony ,f

r !' One of the noblest passages Lord By. vast size. I was considerably chap- Brothers and other*, will go away for the prevent, but will be ,

ron..aer wrqte was his apostrophe to fallen and departed, revolving In my. LAKE.. WORTH BOAT WORKS, back to complete contract for work here' and Miami In ,
Klrke White In his "English Bards and mind new plans for arousing the multitude '
Scotch Reviewers:" to the old time pitch of enthusiasm A. if.: RUSE Proprietor.' AUGUST. Any one desiring work" of this kind would do wellto

Unhappy White'l WMU lite 'la ice iprtn ; but try as I would I never suc Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish Boat, Row Boat. and. Di'ngUys write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonville "". .' '

'- And thy your.fr men ]Jmt w.nd her Joyous wine ceeded. It was ft dull campaign/ -most I Built to Order, Overhauled Repaired or Hauled Out. 1' ,'or Tampa' Our prices are reasonable and all ourWork.'is ,
?' 'rhe epaU.r.w.pt that loaiing lyn. away, assuredly the dullest I ever saw." And Boat Yard .
Which. cla! bad MUDded an immortal lay. all said "Amen:I" to tlie major's statement at Mangonia. guaranteed.. t'
Oh. what a noble heart wu .hoe undone 10-18-tf OP O. address WEST PALM BEACH FLAth'ii"4
,1 ll al b.. Bciiac*'* all l destroyed bar itoritt cool I CHAMP CLABK. j _East Coast 'Work Solicited
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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PAW BEJLCH FLOBIDA, FBIDAY, JUNE 27, 1902. ,7


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NEWS OF THI! HAPPENINGS I Itinerary $ Mr-' A. A.: Bnggs J Btop Paying Rent I' {

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OUTSIDE vQ.I( LD, ABOUT THE STATE p Be YQUI MJ.tf} O'wn: \ Landlo'IPer "'

-- Mr. A. A, Bogfta, candidatefrom' Dade County) for Democratic nomination with only 3 per cent: (
00. interest. per annum, will buy a
Paragraphs of Interest Concerning ,
Items of Interest Boiled Down and the Great State of Florida. for the tiPgwIatura. \ ot the S.tale'jf Florida, has arranged, a,egriee\ 0') $ 5 J. '

Prepared for Busy: Headers., !. -. In General. i public tnttetinfta. to bo, hpld Sdi!'In'}, (! tbe campaign.\ : He. nill; 1 n ld.rf'1I the -?-tlnoa, Home or Loan '

Record of a Week. ---"'-- electors on;tlie laaui.'s ot the, cmnprityri 9) on the followlafj'tlut'! ;. ,andat, :: the NICW AND: ORIGINAL PLAN
'
bocks Daniel T. Gel'Qw, 01 Jackeoavlie( boa fpllowing places : 'v. ,i.//h', The; Standard Guaranty and Taust Co ;

Violent earthquake'' have been been appointed postmaster of. that city. BOYNTON-Friday, June+I7,:'at" 4 p. m. .... ;'f f .Vfcnplin tfjo.iV: flKll 1ot 0,00() idlge+\*uji.a Coudq'nVuuf\ .JUfJ.OOO: .OOji), f

felt at Rome; Italy. Tampa has 131 cigar factories; giving DELKA-Y-Saturday, Junl1:2:: ln-at '4 p. in. WM.. Il'. AR1tTR0: TO.'Jr., Hibiscus Hotel Palm Beach,

vt' Dynamiters attempted to wreck.@ employment to over'7,000 people, with a Agent lor Dado and Itmvard ConntlHs, will tall you all about' It Write him.

sM; i'' circus train OIK.the Northern Pacific near- pay roll of about $100,000 per week:: POMtAjN?(!>-Monday><,] : Juuo'Sout,4" p. m. d.. .. ., ...-

Puluth\ last Saturday .. tho FOnT LAl3DKll0ALK-Tue8dtt.y/' 1, at,4 p. m. ,I
As a result ,of handing over re- .:. : PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
n Fire at Portland, Oregon, last Saturday tall buslnen ofKoha.Furcbgott & Com; O JUS-'Weil nesdoy, July a: > at 4 p. in.Ct1TLE11ThuredayrJuly I

bnrned alx business blocks, entailing at Jacksonville (or the periodof 10 o. ROGERS
pany at 4.
&loooo p. m. a.o.uunimawoRrn, BRa.O,0I18RUC'OIJlLLINQWPUTU& r
a property loss of $ ,
r three days,,to the Woman'. Club of '
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LEMON CITlf-Friday ;July 11, at 7.30:: p. m. OU.1UUJ Silver Ware
f A score of persons were injured Sun. that city, the ladles realized $143 97, be. 'j

day night: in a trolley car' collision. at ing 5 per cent of the gross cash a&les In COCOANUTOROVE-Satm-do.y. July 12 at 4 p. IM, -" ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.; ::1 ,

Chestnut Hill( Philadelphia. tbe retail department, which were $1,* 14 '
MIAMI-Monday, July" at 7.30; () p. m. ; hooch Tea Spoons
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\ I West Palm t'lu. .vi
A The city of Toronto, Canada, Is in the SSg.SD to .
The public is cordially invited attend. :Mr. Graham W. King/ Mr usi !
throes of a street railway-strike.. There The contract bag been let for the rebuilding ; 75 Cents and up

.. has been a great deal of rioting all of St. Johns Episcopal ChurchIn'l.cfL'onvlUe. 'Bogg' 'ppponent. baa been invited to make the canvass jointly with, Mr. -UT 1. I baA.4 t,.1G1-. I "'e t ,

through the week. The new building, on Boggs, and now bas the matter under consideration., Jl he shall accept', Table
Spoons
t ATTORNEY AT-LAW. ,
'--. Frost is reported from tnauy localities the site of the one burned lust May time will be divided and eYery courtesy extendud.. NOTARY PUBLIC. '

in western Nebraska and along the will be 110x160 feet, built of Beresford "I- ..mm.u..mn Per Se't. $UiO is'I
limestone and will\ coat $100,000 when n Will prsotloeln (Jollat",8t".and Iedetal and up'-: .' :;
Platte Valley Considerable damage to I $ AND'Alt''' '. Courts.
UN.tj.ll'iE.
i vegetation resulted. completed. It will, be one of the hand, JUST ESCAPED HANGING.Dr. ".' LAND CASES A BPCIALTY.Omuela .

4 uomcst churches In.the South. tA recitation for two children} Per Set .
b Twenty-three residences were destroyed Madd. Who M.B<.a Johv Wllk. \ TROPICAL BUN Block "' Knives
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by fire in East Dallas, Texas, on Few people even In this city, are Booth'. B.o.... L.ar. I am the TUB beautiful SUKSHIKB aunshlna(proudlyi bright, West Palm, Beach Dude County, Florida $3 and up 't'

i Tuesday and "Over one hundred people aware of the Immense amount of good Madd was"a pliyslolun, aud It was to i Bo fair andlovely-to'seer ", V 3"

were, rendered homeless before the which the Church Home and Hospital his bouse that Booth bad ridden on the I t S shed light o'.r the ,worldvtny. warmth and TT- .B. SAUNPEUS, Jr., ] + Prices on !,

flames could be gotten under control of this city la doing among the poor night of his great crime. There. his And nona can compare with mat X&TMB *
the sick and destitute. The work Is broken leg;bad been set, and there be I' ATTORNEY AT LAW. SilverQuoted f
't '" The St. James Hotel at Dallas, Texas, !bad i been secreted for One'-dayl The RAIN (simply)II I fc 1| Sterling
collapsed ,t aio o'clock Monday morn- supported entirely by voluntarily offer doctor "was an educated man of refined am the beautiful lOft, cool rain. "( Corner Olive and Datura Btreeti,
and It is astonishing bow much { And the awaeteat comfort I bring on
-1 Ing. There were thirteen guests In they ings and dlgnlfled'manner: He bud: b.vet' I open the Uttla geaa.buda again 1361WR8T PALM lIR.cHORIV; <\

'three-etory building when It I collapsed, even little gifts. help on the work. The quite recovered from bis surprise that ''I am the lay; of, spring' ApplicationRailroad ,t,1

: ',. honpltal Is always In need of old linen, any one should find, fault '!with him fO{: I., J4 LEW1.
killed and tbrte
and of these, one was ,. Tea BUN8HINB (Indignantly i, 'A '\
cash and .
and can broken bone' for stranger.
: provisions, clothing setting a a Watch
were .ts.1lnjur d Butt am the eunahlna, bright and.cay,
dispose of them in the""wised way' pos He always asserted that be <11<| 00I I 'And make alt around ma .glad .ArjORN, T-tA W. '
t, Lord i Milner, who was British High sible. Ot-laodo. people ought to be know Booth and was not aware at tbe Ton cannot-compare "with ma> I lay, 'and NOTARY PUBLIC. TIMEINSPECTORFLORIDA ;

Commissioner I in South Africa;took" the of this institution which Is doing tlmo that Booth bad committed a :For,tha.rain If dreary and aadl'. iTK" Acratol thj U.8.Fidelity a Guaranty, Co.,of ,
proud bad been 'an'ardent i Baltlraara Md,. .- EAST COASTPLANT
11! oath. an'ernor, of the Transvaal at so much good.-Orlando Record. crime. But'Mudd RAIK' resentfullyI t \ ... SYSTEMSEABOARI'AIR ,!
Monday la the presence of secessionist He was accordingly' sen Tet the tender soft rotroahlng r.liv Ortlce at nornor of Clomattu Arenu and Nnr- :
{ .1.
;"), / The editor Of the Fort Myers Press tenced to Imprisonment for life. When the land la parched and dry.; clautiN. Street oror. a Htrobm'a, more, '-'-1100W..tr..l..lJe / LINE' .
AttBi "Ir eaembtage people.. lie was \ ; b. JACKSONVILLE & SO'WESTERN
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Will revive the drooping flbwera again,
made a trip vp Orange river and he It was a bard fate'to be called upon S
"Lahr Ily cheered by those present and a such wonderful, power have itTee
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1 1" salute in his honor was fired from the says "Making rough estimate we i for professional services by a'wounded H 1.. BUANNING! R. J: RILES a'
escape
the Orange river growers desperado and then narrowly to BONSHINB (angrily)i >
( ', M1 should say compared to 225 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
1
r 'll fort. hanging for 11. Tuft trial and sentence Pray what ;your power '
;
vim\ Ship 30,000 boxes of frnlt thsea: miner Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
y I r, A despatch to the London Central This Is about'the same aa the pastseason's were a terrible blow from; whIch Mudd I ripen the corn and the fruit """t.I' d.
son. never recovered. Ho bad left a devoted I' land I beam' shine V/ (Oliloa over Bonk)
? News from Shanghai says that the Chinese over the ana' ) D1MICK & IUEQEL, '
.crop, but as there are many wife at hIs home IB Maryland, and hIs My power. ;you onn"ClI.PUI.1,: ,! 4.. West
cruiser Kal-Cbj', waa wrecked; Sun. new trees coming into ,bearing this !re that I'I'I a-i6 1902 WEST PAL1t. BEACH FLA .' Proprietor '; .
mental sufferings "were a" '
,
.. while lying RAIN
terrIfic'eltploslon Tea (emphatically
day by a Idt season', it Is a loss 'of about 5,000 boxes be seemed always1' on the verge of 'In. Tae corn would never\ aprlng from the JAMES E. ANUKKWS, Palm' '
river The CblI '
In the Yang-tse ." From all bad put 1
as result\ of dry weather. sanity He at unit been to grain *
I sank in ,thirty ..econdlland 150 officers we' see and hear of the dropping of tbe work with a wheelbarrow i but having thafrtilt and the floweri would die ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ,
of the rain.
Without the help gentle Beach'Drug
and 'men on board were killed or and never done any manual labor, be was
young fruit front the orange era'pefralt My power you cannot deny! "; NOTARY PUBLIC .
f drowned Only two men' on board( the eroves here and J throughout the rapidly falling under, tbe combined
eruleereec. ,ed death. physical and' mental strain. Forth} \Tan BI1N' IN. (proudly Prosecuting Attorney of Bravnrd Co.
citrus belt, we shall:not be surprised if reason I directed that he be transferred Oh think how great and how grand am I. FT. PIERCE AND TiTusvitta, FLA.
The ffngerlesa navigator Captain the.Florida crop of these fruits proves How-my radian entnea afar ,
to the) prisoners' hospital as'nurat fabJyrGEo. "
aky
And think of my rainbows fair In the A.L
Howard Blackburn' has slatted ou, another much smaller than that of last year. There be made\! himself ejcoudlngly, How beautiful too, they ar.I' ,_ .Store

B of'his perilous* trips. He does not However.it may show up better lateron.Avon useful, "and there be might have remained ';8" r* ; ]ilL t U01HUNS, ...SSMS kMB MWMMBHDKAIERS
RAIW (conclusively): .
to be daunted by the loss of
j seem Captain Park Sun. had not his homesickness In ah But where would ;your beautiful rainbow IN-

t ,' Andrews and wife, who were lost Bros., of Martin, probably evil \hour overcome bis judgment Wblla. I baWithout '. Attorney and Counsglor-at-Law.
EaBterlin
h 'last fall. He. arrived'recently in New a ship lay at the,,wharf; \be contrived t.get e tha help of the rain
the most, extensive melon growers In the himself In'tha! With no little glistening drop from ma Will practice In State and Federal Courli,
and secrete
i the Grand Republic .the aboard I Toilet Articles
York,'on aloop Stakes not in the South, have six hundred They'd soon disappear agalnl' ;. Drugs, ,
discovered .
of
1 same that he crossed the Atlantic In, coal bunkers. He was course .. TITUSVILLE, FIA.
and forty acres planted in canta- and then be learned what be TUB BtmaHiNB' (thoughtfully _".>iyr .
He wilt go up the Hudson. River,, then watermelons and at That didn't occur to me, you know. Fine Stationery a
lobs es and are did not know- before, that po' ship was ano
" a'" 4 through the Erie Canal, then,:! sail through It ascertained ..VBut now It III'perfectly clear; D EATON. M. I).
Ii present employing 350 bands picking, allowed to sail until was that make the L.
'Tie the rain and the sun
q l kfs to Chicago, through, the drain.Br' sorting and packing. The Plant System that every prisoner wfts 'In his ptnce. .A* bow; '' UOHEOPATH1ST.WEST Druggisi\s\ Sundries. 6

yjgpens i the Illinois.fiver and down has a spur constructed into the field for He was Immediately placed la solitary' : : W4 d
1' ; Jie &|tsaisslppl river to"New Orleans. over a mile, and this firm has been confinement: where be remained sever / TH. RAIN (Joyfully)! .I! neNldenrrt ofipnfilttf MethiidlHt Church. Office Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
,
'' From there to Cuba, Port Rico, Martinique few al months.-McClnre's Magazine.:: Tea, little iun.hlne-th t la the way t CliMiiatiH Avenue, next to Maoule T..ni"l| ..
." : shipping: dally for the past days With the ralwand aunbeama fair) mca> bourn H to l( ...m,, 2 to4 and T to 8 p.m.Suudujri East Coast Business", Solicited.
Nicaragua Columbia and Brazil.
-,1 & twelve to seventeen car. If our readers PELLETS W. work together every day ) J to 4'" p.m.. "WEST PALM U'MAGU.SPROULS .

,, ..it. .i',\ .By a vote of forty-two to thirty-four will. atop to consider, the magnitude of SNOW. And bleaalDga. spread averywherat Special Attention., ) .Givennild oixoa.e. olUoiiuii

't the Senate last Thursday passed the this industry will astonish them, Evenat Im ttkmAdirondack .weetlyi
S, How They. Fllag and. Drift Tux SOMIHINB ( ;
( Spooner' amendment which, authorizes the minimum' of twelve cara'per day, Ilealon. I ant... thai beautiful,. aunahln. gay "{, t o O. HOOi, )I.. D, EXPRESS

y.A 't1 the president to make all necessary arrangements this aggregates a;total of 4.800 crates, On a good; drlftmaklng day in, the Tax' BMW (nra.UYhncl t rj
i ; a- ,
and secure the necessary which, at $1.73 per crate means au ,,income -> Adirondack the snow comes not tn I am the sweet, cool rain ,, PHYSICIAN AND SURQfON.ffloe .
Furniture ,
bb rights to construct' the Panama canal of Star. tbe star shaped flukey that look so moved Baggage
s,400.-0cala
$ pretty when portrayed On a page of tbe TUB BuKamxa AND yarn RAIN TOOBTBBRJoining ) ,over Strohm's store, WEST 1'ALM transferred and] generat
and if he becomes latlsfied-wltbln a'eaaonable The arrival of Paymaster A. V. H. These ( hands affectionately): BEALII.: Ee>ld.noe near RoyalPola- done
dictionary, but In small pellet. draying at reasonable
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time that be cannot procure Which..th..b8u..o.'tll.av. you to "1'
Rose of the United States navy in Jack pellet are In shape like tiny whIte But we'll never quarrel againConat.nce tlnnn Hotel. PALM BEACH. 11, rates.TwoSeated.
k' '; 'i satisfactory: title then, and not until sonville Friday: meant much to the landowners footballs usually, and they come roll. ,-_... M. Lowe. I
t\s
ea' then*he can arrange to build the canal in'Key West, who have recently IDS and tumbling down wlnd'as they R.D.. Qr1'El' n1. D... CarriageOr .

by the Nicaragua route. The Baal vote had to give up some of their holdings to had been "kicked for'Ialr by the halfbaclr A Smart Doaaile. Single Buggy
,' the of the Spooner bill soar : And While This bright little'dog was tbe pet of
on passsge In order gods of the gale yet s-aa-98 n AST PALM BEACIT PLA.
States Government
he United ,
sixty-seven: to fix: : On Friday the House ; they 'roU"and tuoibl and bound they the men at a' recruiting' station at For hire by hour or day.

non-coucnrred in the Senate amendment :hat extensive improvements and addl.. ttnd lodging places,. aud'"'as the idler Heading. : : During the Spanish war P, PLATTE BI. 1>.' fieave orders at Manilla House.Don't '.1
lions might be made to the naval station I. b.seea them pile up In a wall on ha,was .1 much a part of,the force lit c. i. ,
and agreed to the conference asked for gazes le"d-H.
.
Paymaster Rose the station tbe sergeant himself. 'aPHYSICIANAND
I at that port. the crest ot the rood cut Higher, and as' BURGEON
bv the Senate. '
brought with hIm a check for $97,050, higher grows the pile.,forming at ant Jio ejwmlned every recruit'caretu'l,

Thirty thousand miles traversed, tnlaarch and this watt turned over to the'Judge of a vertical wall,. but before! (tbls has : and barked1'bill approval ot"dlegust''at I and Telegram night delivered all boon ol the day '

of her 1tldo.PPed'babv. and the the United States District Court for die= risen tbree inches' It.Is seen. .to.overhaul. ( ,12 -f9o FORT PlEBCK.:: Fla. t Forget ,

final recovery of the child in Madras, tribution among the several claimants. the Kulcb. .

India, baa been accomplished by Mrs The laud Involved bad been condemned Though round and easily rolled, these S lilt JIOCOIITON That'we have at all time., a''

r '' .. Marion Thornton Egbert, a Chicago In May and tbe amounts allowed for the pell'tllin some way fit to each other asbilck a choice'line ofFLORIDAANDWESTERN
is TOS"HOLLAND
until the Overhang perhaps DEN
\woman. Part of tbe time In the disguise various portions were calculated. Clerk I
of '
a fifth'as great as the elevation DOCK. PRONE la',
of a nun;Mrs. Egbert hunted for of the District Court Locke was busy the wall and then, marvelous and 1m- WEST PALM BBACH.f .

almost two years over America and several'hours making: the individual' possible. as It would seem to the unaccustomed _

Ew.ope. spending thousands of dollars checks and mailing them. Tbe amount observer a 'Up forms' on the T, DANIEL,

t in tbe pursuit of her"daughterSvThe will go,in 'various: sums, to about fitly- crest of the wall, and won It begins to a
MEATSi'
T little child was kidnapped by her father, eight persons.-Jacksonville'Tluies-TJn- droop and hang down. Wider and longer OfNTI8Tt _

W. Egbert who .iae'to Chicago It grows, farther and farther 'It
1 Dr"".. 1. on and Citizen. COCOA. INDIAN UIVKB.ri.OUlUA.l-M-8t
4 all the way from India to'Kaln his received from droop.; until It. shop Is preclaely'llkethe Live and Dressed Tur'i,':
been Jennings
News has formed a huge wave when "'
child. The abduction took place at 'of Robert lip on mr i. JIEpALr, keys Chickens, :Butter, ;
,, Fla., of tbe shooting It breaks on a shoal water beach. Lips G : r''

Ffty-fiflh atreet and Madison AVenne Alderman, a white, man; by a negro bat are ten feet wide and bang down .. NOTARY PUBLIC Cheese, Eggs, Etc. _

(, on tbe afternoon. of $rptember, 1900. named Jim"'Hood. The shooting oc. three1 feet clear of all.' though but six ir \\r

The Federal grand jury. which baa cared late Thursday 'afternoon in tbe or eight Inches thick where they' joie ., a1 F.r the State of Florida at Large.
violations" not uncommon. : Deed. ,Mortgage. Lccura. and Contraeti Prompt Attention to Mall Orders. +J
K been investigating! ; the alleged heart of that town. Hood escaped to the cbinr of tbe wall are Drafted. .

7, of the p.teratllte..commerce law relating thd* woods after the shooting and' has \. By what' maglo Is It that thesefroien Conveyanebgaepeclalt], ,

to the pooling of cotton rates out of Atlanta .' not been seen since, though a 'posse of ,- oblong pellets that go form bounding into 1 All Oftlca Work Uuitrsntved la CBOPIOIL Le SON'ally Blo Correct.<.k. Bro's' Market
\ 1
footballs
as merrily as Faber
along
Dad Florida.
west Palm Bnaeh. County
has returned three indictments, for
I ,;. white people are scouring the woods such a shape as thoU Of course It the _

+P" one against: five of the railroads enter- him' The ball entered Alderman's atom continues a' time usually comes ALLAClJ It. MOSES,

lug Atlanta and.one] against Individuals stomach 'and produced a wound that when the lips break off because of their w West Palm Beach. !

a representing the railroads,charging'them wilt probably prove fatal. A telegram great weliht..nll' then" no' new tip i f / Suoaeitor to A. W, Robert, 1-1-lqoO. .

with violating the law to regulate'co'm" .WM sent to Vsldosta asking for track forms to replace the lost one. The snow REAL ESTATE.ANO INSURANCE,

coerce, and a Joint, indictment agplnat hounds to trace! the murderer but there merely drops ))ver. Into the' lee1 of 'the II Agent. for West Palm Beach Town Lola, also
individuals for" / wall and gradually fills the cutting.Bcrlbner'a. .- West r.lin, Beach Water Work.
both railroads and l violating I wee 'nou t available,, so the'pursuit .of -- NOTARY PUBLIC. I MnIoba [ors

y _' the Sherman ant-trust act The the negfq bad td be carried oa withoutthe --'tnf tali Li uti''t. -, n I. ; Clematis' Arenne.West near Palm OILve Beach., Street.11iltlUOl Florida.

railroads indicted are tike Southern 'dogs.; It Is 'ald that there U uiuchIndignation T.e Hoa*. "
: 4 applicant: He; seemed to. under. The supply of this fruit Is
Railway! Seaboard Air Line, Atlanta & over, the shooting, and At all times tbe rose has enjoyed peculiar each D. DltO\VN., very
stand aud take apart In everything T limited and the demand pressing
West Point, Western & Atlantic;: ,nd if' Hood is captured it will go hard with favor as a sacredeower.. Mo ,,
"says that when gblng- on,' end It was moSt amusing. to Orders are now coming; in for !cum
bamm'edou'tradltloli ARCHITECT
Railroad BUILDER.
banking: Company. black AND
Georgia him. He is said to be a negro, his actions during the elimination
Jerusalem be refused see mer delivery. I can book
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Buladln captured Flana and specifications jirqpared.Jobbing
Inter-Ocean says that about five feet: tall, quick-spoken! and of for tue as If heunderstood ,
The Chicago which an applicant army, '
to enter the shrine of tbe'temple : woravfelvan prompt attention; at '
., Only Cash Orders
consideration about pounds" of tbe "
plans that were first taken' Into weighs 135 bad been"'converted Into a church' by every"part performance Shop oa Datura Street.
about a year ago,have been ..,.. the Crusaders till the walls bad been and enjoyed It all thoroughly,1otmiir to be Bent by express In the order

developed in the last few months to the Vou Know What You: Are..Taking. thoroughly cleansed: and purlded wltb w..,.... I Wsi.dk.. Ba\4a. G I;EOnQE 'A. BUTLERS received. Price 25' cents each, f 2
where eomeof.he'gresf packing roaewater A similar story Is told of ? ''f' a dozen. Money promptly return-
point When take Grove's Tasteless Mamma was serving the jam pud- CIVIL ENGINEER
you ,
Sopbla.'ot\ Constantinople it -
orders exceed
have tbe Church of 8t ed supply.
establishments in Chicago begun because the formula Is czperimcnts'on i.hat'may prove a jrevolullon ;- Chill Tonic when transformed from a Ctrl. jJ will take a little pud- DEPUtY COUNTY SURVEYOR Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango
: bottle showing you
plainly printed on every of worship'to a Mohammedan I .
of the tied place ," FOR DADE COUNTY.LecAl wood for grafting by a new and safer ,
of the cattle industry ding
that it Is simply 'Iron and'qulnlne'la a lI1 aqui. The origin of the rose, Agent for the Land Department of the
The project Involve. the settlement that Topnny-Yes. Will you give me the r. a. c. RV. POMPANO-FLA. 6.1-1000 only known practical method,
7 country. tasteless form No cure.No pay. 50 cts. according-Moslem b'8d,1l, hw: .. Is .
hundred thousand endsr please ttiamnrtt furnished at 30 cents each by mallor
of several '. C.--- the.blood Clf the-prophet, )sprang Into
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acres'ot'what t is at present nearly valueless of new life.In this gtorloue.Eiiwaoa Bow -But why. do you wish to D. M. GEAURIDEAU, express.
F. Osborne, a carpenter have the ends JobnnyTJohnny
Charles ,
in northern and north. '.r. To this day wbeu a Turk sees arose ELBRIDGE GALE,
land
;Norfolk, X'a., has been arrested on the raise -Why, when' I was In tbe PlISb pR.
western Florida and sontUern!:Alabama I lying on the ground be will J1Gworr Mangonia Fla. I
the-celtivation oct a 'large'ecale of the c'barg ot'kltliai his wife;Mettle Oa. It tendon/, kiss 'it reverently'and 11.,. kltcbeu! ..*-I heard Mary say to cook( ailratelawaReliable. bytbet, 11.28-11 / 1 .

cassava root 'and its use in feeding borne who c.rrled'four life Insurance posit the frail blossom"laf'IOme"pil1cvof "Put a godlotof.jamIn, the ends" Old .
+ cattle"""and hogs. If'the plan fully develop air payableto cook, because; you! know, the end are SHOP UNDER HOTEL PALMS F
iggregatingaooor safety.
will become policies Jt'.., Vital's Brand CUthlng ANtBOMY'a a
the Southern States always left for us PaJni Beaob. Via, ,
;$ .the center of the cattle-raising industry!! the husband, A

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? WANTED.
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ILL Additional Names Added to the List Dry Goods :Notions .
& \::' SERIOUSLY, WANTED) -300 HIBISCUS and 300 ,
of Those Seeking the.,Sufrages : Bushes,three to four feet -' \ \,1', < ','
;' of the People.." :5; high. When trimmed ready for setting Ladies''
K I will pay 23 cents each, If delivered and Furnishings ,,
I good condition at Riviera Dock. C..NNewcomB. ,
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U THE CORONATION N IS POSTPONED MR. J. W. MUtUKIN A CANDIDATE -:. it7ANTEDAGENTS '. ..' ,

., ," '. Ifwll1 be with pleasure that big host \. \ in' all towns We Invite the Ladles to call and examine- I '
\ 1 of friends read the announcement of TT where we are not represented "
; Write for'4\gents. terms. ,Address, Miami out l lately >"r"ballel1ltook./ it
F Britain's .1
rg Great Critical Mr. John W. Mullikin as candidate for
? Sovereign Underwent: Operation. Steam Laundry, Jas. 'Co Ligeour, :'
Conster-r.: ,"' Coaoty Commissioner from Third Commissioner Proprietor. 3 9 tt '. ,,' ,N ,
"r: The Whole Empire Thrown Into a State of District. ,.. "' l i, : ,
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''x\t nation. Late Reports are Encouraging For many years Mr. Mulllkln ,has ,FOr I' ( SALE :.. ., : '. 'Remember ar.o"r.ead.r r ,
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\ ,, ," been a citizen and tax payer of Dade rpHREB :FINE. MULES, In good coffJLt in our'Line : '. .-

county and is a young man whose char. dttiqn. A bargain. Address Mrs .- --'T:7';;: ---- ,...
The prey bulletins which appeared In emouy, In order that it should occur: acter and reputation are above reproach M. A. Groom, Miami Fla. jij atONE YoKoatoKorto/1oatOSyoatOKokOatoftosDaoAo3loSibSlo7ao71ailo lo71gitOgl. f

..' front of the! News office on Wednesday: as arranged. The influence of Queen and whose ability "would mules GOOD ALL-ROUND WORK 2 .,' "otf '

afternoon, afforded the first Intimationof Alexandra :was enlisted, however, and at him a valuable man on the Board. of for,sale, and l on. fancy driv. a .

the distressing occurrence 61' the serious an early hour this morning the royal County Commissioners. *", ett.Ing bong, standard. bred., W ;P. .9tf Hatch i" G. G. Strohm Company : '., 1 1F74'MIL'Y ,1
for the operation. lIe will receive a splendid'' vole from
illness of King Edward VII. patient was prepared ... .
It did not take long for the public to which, even in the skillful hands of Eng North Dade where he is so well and *FOR rENT.W2 .
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learn the and land's best fraught with favorably known, and we believe that 2AT o
tenor of the dispatches, surgeons, was ; lIAVgTW elegant; Lake View I GR0eERIES] It I
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to say that people were surprised, is grave drfnger. the farmers of South Dad will recognize Cottages for rent for next season, : .

putting it mildly. To the committee in Shortly before 2 o'clock this afternoonhis in Mr. Mullikln a man In every one for$6oo and one for(700; complete!; .ATV ,. -. ,iIf io

w1 charge of the arrangements for the.Corouation Majesty was moved from his couchto way deserving of their most hearty furnished Possession given November 1.Allloone'furniahed .
Cottage, rooms, Food Products :
i' banquet the news ,came as a the operating table, and the anesthetic support. lor.the summer ;fig per month.7 Fancy '
great shock. This affair was to have was administered. Sir Frederick.Treves MR. PARKS FOR COMMISSIONER Tropical Real Estate Exchange: .It.o If "

? taken place at the Seminole last night, made the incision, near the patient's In the political announcement columnof 418 02 tf W, I..Metcatf, Mgr.. o
Grain and Provisions.JEFFERSON ,
o
9 but when the report of the seriousness groin, and carried it upward, with an this paper will be fonnd that of Mr; 'i
BIDS WANTED.'BoA'RD .
.. ',; of the King's condition was confirmed, outward slant, for nearly four Inches, Benj. Parks, of Stuart candidate for -- Jtfsv o .. r..... K o
it was decided to cancel the supper. The obstruction was removed, and a County Commissioner from District No r. o? PUBLIC: INSTRUCTION o BLOCK .

,';', A London,! despatch, dated Wednesday, tubing was placed in the affected Intes- Mr. Parks is one of the old time residents JL invite prompt bids for V o I,
the transportation of pupils between oI'
,) says: tine.King and tax payers of this county Mangonia, Lake Worth, Palm :Beach and V o West Palm Beach Florida, '' S g 5-
ti "Indescribable consternation prevails Edward' first words, when be and his record as A loyal Democrat and West Palm Beach, five days per week, .
returned to consciousness, were, to ask good citizen, coupled with his eight mouths.' None but reliable par o et1907'n!) e
the and this unquestioned
throughout country, con.
nr7to7so7soito11o71oleoltolao5to7so7to7tal1o7solao7sohaola
ties with safe boats of ,ample accommodations o 78o9eolioilotaotsm;
for and the Prince of Wales, ,
sternation is reflected in the cablegrams "tieorge" fitness for this position, shouldsecure need apply. The Board reserves _
,3i ,' received from all the centers. of the who was waiting In the next room, was for him the hearty support of all the right to reject any or all( bids -- e
universe. immediately admitted, to hla father's Democrats who wish to have honest, Further inforMiatlon may be obtalnec THE ,
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from member of the Board Z. T, --
presence. straight forward methods used In con any or
King Edward is In a room facing the
'ti While the operation was being performed the business I Merritt Superintendent, Buena Vista,, I Buyers and ShIP .er '
beautiful gardens of the :Buckingham ducting County's Florida. J6 tf ey
palace, and far from the street and the the great central court yard of Stuart has for ten years past loyally Everglade Produce Co.I y. "

crowd. If tonight's progress is main. Buckingham palace, .lately the scene supported the Jupiter candidates for TRAINED NURSES.

e tamed he will probably tide over the I of anch brilliant gatherings< was utterly County Commissioner, and this year. r obtained ) West Palm Beach, Fla. Pineapplesand:
NURSES be
v deserted and an impressive silence feel that they are not asking too much DRAINED can
effects of his which
severe operation,
addressed to
kby telegram or postal
has successfully relieved the local reigned throughout the building. The when they expect the suffrage and will. 'Church, Home and Hospital Orlando 'Hay, Grain,. Poultry, Butter, r

trouble. But should, any complications I querists talked la whispers, servants ing support of'Jupiter, which is in the Florida $15 perweek. a-aUl Eggs Potatoes, and' Limes ,
tiptoed about and the Jenslon almost ,
grew District 4
I occur, such as septic peritonitis or blood same Commissioner as well as f
unbearable. Then th4; word was good Democrats In all of the EDUCATIONAL.! All kinds'of Crops Carloads.. ""
county
poisoning:, it is feared his Majesty's parts by,
"aif "
present physical and nervous condition passed around had gone well. Mr. Parks deserves, and we hope ARE YOU A PROGRESSIVE ,
Lord Salisbury and Mr. Balfoty then ambitious student of Produce.
would prove unequal to the strain in. will secure, all the'lupport necessary! to or .
c went to congratulate Queen Alexandra Elocution Aesthetic Physical Culture or
insure his election to to this u
volved. Important
Oratory? The New York School of
aud afterward informal, and
an perhaps
There is consequently Intense anxiety position. __ Expression, Genevieve Stebbins the -
historic, discussion occurred between the 48 :
eminent Delsartinn. and P.' Townsend ,
as to the outcome. The King's doctors When '
Prince of Wales and the Duke of Con- Summer session v, 4We
County School Boardr SouthwlckPrincipals. .
believe that his Majesty would have ,
naught and Lord Salisbury, Mr. Balfour at Monteagle Tenn. Address until
been dead before now, except: for the and several other members of the cab-. To the Friends of Education In bade July ist, 318 West. 57th Street New Write ;" '
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operation. His condition became so County: ork. J64t ,
Inet.
alarming last night that at one time it > As a candidate for membership "on k.

.t was feared death might etj,ue before TEARING DOWN DECORATION your Board 'of Education-an office .in LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. A Fire Insurance Policy

the surgeon's knife could afford him re All the stands and decorations, pre- my judgement of the most vital Importance -- -+r you tau. ,depend upon it, that-.the A
lief. Intense swelling of the extremities pared for the coronation were soon torn
-I deem it pertinent, In a few FOR PUBLICATION, Policy is onreflilly and properly
accompanied by alarming symptoms of down and'London is now in a state of words, to introduce myself to those who NOTICE written ; that your: loss, if a fire r
mortification, constituted the emergency consternation. Notice Is I hereby given that the following should a y '
know :
not I be
may me throughout the named settler has: filed, notice of his I Intentionto occur will promptly ,
which demanded an Immediate opera- The best opinion seems to be that no county.I make, last proof In support of hla claim and paid. You can't afford to \ T
tion. To the last the King tried to lead than three months' postponementof that mill 1 moat will be HIM*" bitore John II. carnf" '
have been citizen of Dade t.uatyfor insurance
own
a Keiliy, U. a nmmlHRIoner) at Went Jupiter, your -neither can
avoid this, and he was willing to be car. the coronation is Inevitable, even in six' and live and die I-In. ., on July :III. 1110Jl. afford to :without.
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years. expect to V li: Haatun W. I ,Hd2TOOT you o C.nMnd 5- .
rled to the abbey for the coronation cer- the event of the King's : teU'noJ: : NeptmBFIT r
recovery. here. My main life work and thought lor the p 40 talk. it over with ns. t
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have been along the lines of moral and imams following witnesses to prove ,
The in of New York his continuous. rpBlilGnne upon,nod< cu Itlvatlonof
engineer charge
.. Bright, Brainy and Patriotic. ,educational development.If snlit land.vU: William L.nrob of Neptune
.' harbor has made a startling discovery. a. I>. Mitchell : ,, '. : The
r elected to office on the School! Flu I of Neptune Fla I U. ( Mil. Tropical Real Estate r
Mr. A. A. Boggs, of Cocoanut Grove, Instead of having 50 feet of water for lor of Neptune, Flay..J atueN Hepburn of Nep Exchange
Florida, has been prevailed upon to run great ocean steamers he has found that Board I pledge myself lo-serve the 'tune, 1<'1.. -
there 36 clear. The Kensington cause of Education; -not the Manandto & V O. ROBINSON, ReglMer.Broome .
for the legislature from Dade county. are only feet Tropical Son Block W. I. METCALF
lie was secretary of Legation at St. recently struck a reef, which serve it wisely, honestly and faith ManagerMantels ,
was at first thought to be only a temporary .
Mr. Cleveland's fully. If you don't want a man on your Not a Candidate.
Petersburg, Russia during obstruction and a local contractor ., -""'" ,
second administration and the obstacle for School Board in Dade' of this intensely 'I "
comes agreed to remove! ,60() In a letter to theacksonvlIIeIetrop.! 1 ,
of distinguished and talented ancestry, When be started to work he discovered earnest, downright cast,. we frankly olla, Hon. James E. Broome, of Gads-1. '- .
that the entire atone floor of the harbor ,
his father Rev. W. G.; Boggs, D. D., L. had lifted, and that it will take many advise, do not elect den county, announced his retirement When You Need

I,. D. being one of the most prominent thousands of dollars to scoop out enough JAMBS C. HARRIS. i from the race for Secretary State. ,..

divines and educators of the South. rock to give ocean-going steamers safe ---- ..--- i The letter Is as follows: Tiling and. Gratesl '1.
Mr. Boggs Is bright, brainy, patrioticaid passage. It is believed that the volcanic [
Two Band Concerts.The .
disturbances in the West Indies are responsible i Quincy, Fla., June 23 1901. ,
with it all is of ,
possessed plenty !
: and that they have extended Lake Worth :Band is arranging Editor of the Metropolis:-Since announcing '
good common sense.-'OrIando Star. far north under the waters of the ocean.TTTYS'TYYTYYTYTTVYYTYYTYTl Write us for
through its leader]>rof. Kauffman.:: for my Candidacy for Secretary of

: two concerts, one to be given this even. State, circumstances' have occurred, Catalogue and Prices L,

Ing from half past seven to half, past both of a private and public nature,

=f L'1TTn1nTmTTmAYer eight o'clock and a sacred concert on which necessitate the withdrawal" of my FLORIDA BUNJACKSONVILLE G SUPPLY CO.

Sunday evening from half past six to name AS a candidate for said office I I .

half past seven o'clock. The following have this day notified Hon. Arthur T. ., FLORIDA a r

is the list of selections arranged: Williams l, chairman of the State Demo. ., ,

Program for-Friday, June 27th, from Cratlc Committee"_of my withdrawal, .

7:30: to 8.30: p. m.: and have requested him to see that my :- MtiY

Manb-A Frannena..... ...... '... .... ...Couta name is not placed on the State ticket
Removal Sale. 8eren..ndScbubMrt' ..,............ ...8.''bubertWalts
c -Llttlo Dorrlt ... ..............,.... Benaet' for the Democratic primary July isth. Brupe Cotrac e. irS Opened
Solo-Down In the Deep Cellar......,.Flxcher To my many friends, wbo' have so the Season '
Two Step J Vienna Swallows.Sehtogul I loyally supported my candidacy, I bee)

it 20 per cent. Reduction on : Sacred Concert, June.,29th, from 6:30to7:30p. to tender my grateful acknowledge Datura Street Near the'lake Front ''l.
ments and hem nothing
: m.: assure | that ;'

: Prayegfr.r............,..... ... .......Frie"chut. but.a sense of justice and duty to myself Transient Rates' Reasonable ... Special Rates by -the' Week-: t
r : all CASH PURCHASES, except Sacred Song.. ................................Hajden prompts announcement. < .
Farewell .......,..,.........;....:*.,.Mendeluobn GOOD HOME COOKING :'.'i ':*"
I Hymn .. ................................Mo..rt Very respectfully '
t Knox Hats, E. & W. Collars Shall We Meet .. ...... ......................Mwon JAMBS E. BKOOMB. EXCELtENr TABLE SERVICE "

8r This announcement comet as the EAT; YOUR SUNDAY DINNERS AT BRUNER COTTAGE ;. 4

and Sweet Orr Overalls. of the week '
greatest political auprise as
:
Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. MRS. IDA
M.
Mr. Broome had many friends who were BRUNEB Prop. .

t r:: A rare opportunity to buy cold laxative In one Bromo day. Quinine No care Tablets, No pay.zjc.curea working His withdrawal hard for his leaves election.the field clear ,

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--- for Hon.'-W. B. Crawford, the present

I : your Summer supply.Anthony $0000000000000000000000000 holder of the office of Secretary of State, rr Truscott Boat 5X

who is filling out, by the appointmentof MYg Co., '
CHURCH NOTICES Governor Jennings the unexpired r
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O CONSTRUCTORS OP fo f- -
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooHethodlst term of his late lamented father, Hon .

f, Cburch'Preaching John L.Ctawford.-, ".---- |i High Grade Pleasure Craft ..i ,' ,

at 11 a. M.
Usual. evening service at 7yo: o'clock, ; The President Laughed. Vapor Marine'Motor8 :' o '
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Sunday School at 945= a. m, The president held an Informal reception -': J. D. O. MORRIS, Agent .o
Epworth; League at 3:30: p. m. in his office yesterday afternoon and o .

i : i it. Rev C. Fred Blackburn, pastor. a number visitors were presented to |, West Palm Beach florid. :2-c'
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!. Bros. 1 Congregational--Church him New, York saysttie World.correspondence: One lady Introduced of the -O11O1101a0110IlOttOt10110i.O110i101101.007101.0i10itOltOt1 o 1101101101BO1B01Insure f.

t herself: as from Jacksonville, Fla., and
Owing to the absence of the pastor the In
-- the Old
j: : West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami morning service at said: Reliable
t. : It o'clock and the ""Mr President, I have coma all this '
evening service at 730 will be omitted Germania -
next Sunday and the Sunday following. way live Just president to see before.you. I"bave never seena Life Insurance Company -,

Sunday School as usual at 10 o'clock. Mr. Roosevelt seemed much amused. OP'NEW YORK. ORGANIZED; IN l8fo
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k Christian Endeavor; at 6:30The: regular he said For partlc lars address G. LOPER BAILEY; 1l
"Well, well ;, "I hope yon nager tor Georgia and
I; : Sunday service la July may be expected t the first don't feel disappointed now that you Florida, lox 340, Palatka, Florida '

have seen one. Lots of people in these

,t : -- p.i"..go all the way to Jacksonville GRAFTED
ANTHONY'S SHOES ,
;a; ABE: ek Baptlat Church. see a live alligator t wondor which BUDDED iVlulgoba.f Man
I kind of tourist feels the most sold." oes .
1; SILKNT SALESMEN Divine services at the Baptist church ,
't L. Sunday at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Load laughter by the president. Largest Collection of Crotons In the United States Palms '
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Sunday-school: at 10, a. m. e y--- -*, A.U pot grown. Full Line ,of Citrus .

meeting Thursday evening at 7:30.AH : Praer'j' YOUNG'S HATS-none better madeat grown OQ 11Igl1 Spruce Pine Land. Address 8took-', t.f.f". '.
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