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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: July 4, 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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: C.d/w.NdrftAlNl r1al10Al.UMY<. ..i4 Hlt, ittr.-\l.J\ WEST PALM BEACH', DADE COUNTYV FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 4, 1902. VOLUME XVI, NO. 19.o .

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TALKED 0NDISPENSARY TOWN _SESSl )N; >*PARAGRAPHS.:f.1." PURELY PERSONAL, l, LOCAL NOTES. 1!' .1


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I Business Transacted the' Regu"lar People. as They Come and Go-. I I The Glorious Fourth! KNOX HATS-standard of the world "

:' j : Weekly Meeting Last -at ANTHONYS BROS. .hIt
last Tuesday.
,People Whom You May or Congress! adjourned .

.Tuesday.. Evening1? "". May Not Know Several private picnic parties have. Is worth a dollar or more to you to

x- been arranged for the Fourth. read Uatchett's ad!. this week. :
THE SUBJECT CLEVERLYDEB'A1'ED The first meeting of the '.'-* '
regular July .
has been made this A of people enjoyed avery
Greatprogress
Town Council held ,,, Mr, W. B. Shuler of Pompano, was party yot'.ng 1
*-- .was on Tuesday 'In town Thursday week on the new Jefferson Block. nice dance In the public library ;,
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evening.
r The Co-operative Store will now be established hall Tuesday evening. :
Mr. Cullen of intown
There were present, Chairman George Pence Boynton, was
ttended Meeting Held in the Union Congregational in Dr. Waterman's- block
business.' The Tropical Real Estate Exchange
t W. Potter and Aldermen DimIck, Lau- yesterday on I

't rittoh Tuesday Evening. P. Marvin Pope and (G, G. ther and \V ldden. r: Mrl James C. Harris ha* been in opposite the public school, on Clematis makes an offer this. week that you can '

4 Currie the Principals In the Dlsc slon. The minutes of the last regular meet. Jacksonville thls week on" business. avenue. not afford to PUS!!. See ad.

"' \ log were read and approved. Mr; Walton Chapman, of' Delray,, There has been general rejoicing Rev. Fulwood "whitehurst, of this
throughout the town,; at the cessation of
i -ri" .. MAYOR'S REPORT. (pent Thursday at the Beach on bus)- town, baa been naslxting In revival services
To the'Chairman and Honorable Doard ness. the, mosquito pe>>t. The pleasant In the Methodist. Church at Lemon
'The postponed debate on tbe .Dispensary stated above, ,;::h.e? Iret'-,aalpltlned the of left weather of the week past with the cool
Town CounciltGentleotenI
field under tbe auspices of the W., case of.thW, ;.-C' T..'U.; Thls organization herewith Mr. Dwight A. Allen Wednesday east winds. resulted iu driving the lor- City.The

c.. Ti U. of West Palm Beacb, took place opposed: the ,Dispensary' in behalfof for the week present report morning Jacksonville, on a buslnesi meats inland. return fare on the Florida East

In. the Union Congregational Church onTuesday thercatCse, of humanity;, they contending 28th. ending. Saturday., trip.Mist It is Interesting to note that the appropriations'of Coast Railway, float West: Palm Beach to

; evening.At ..... that it increases :Eire sale of liquor, June The Marshal baa and Mary Guernsey of Orlando, lathe the'session of Congress Miami ou the jubilee days July 38, 39
everything quiet
half past 8 o'clock when the Pres. debauches l theCIrome: instead of the Lab guest, of her friend'' Miss Kathryn bIll- 30 31, bos been fixed at 225.
closed amount than
orderly under bin supervision. r lust to more a
jdeut Mrs.. S.. D. Paine opened the knees of the saloon- and degradea politics Lamping. .. has been
The scavenger reports having carefully ; ion dollars. Florida gets I i's share, of An agreement signed by

proceedings by announcing the hymn and entrenches whisky by bribing the attended all the alleys in town I Mrs I. 1, Hardy and the Mlsiesa this amount In the rivers and harbors nearly all tbe 'business men in West

.."Throw Out The Life Line" the church public, into silence;; to ,lessen taxes.: collected the usual Saturday,rubbish, Hardy of Pompano, visited friends iu bill and the Indian War claims, Paint Beach, that all stores and places

"" .was well filled while a greet many peo41 The saloon keepers opposed it on the. which: netted;; $1.65' and place<-..jn the !own, on Tuesday Co-Operative Association grocery of business will 1 be closed on*tbe Fourth. j

:' pie stood outside tbe door .and,at .the plea of injustice. For them the Dispensary hands of the clerk. Mr. J. E. Baker)left the Beach Tues- store has been moved into its new' I The next regular meeting of the Uto.

.,! windows. After the opening ceremony, takes away their livelihood and The Sanitary inspector reports tha( day morning for a several weeks: vial I building opposite the school! house on ,pia Club will, be held on Tuesday even-

d .. Mrs. Pelne.anounced that the meeting gives it to other men; robs them without he baa carefully inspected the .alleys with his mother, in Umatilla, Clematis Avenue, where one of the most I ing of next week, July 8th, at e1 to'clock
handed to tbe doing tbe State any good and drives ; I
would then be
t over gentlemen and the work of the Cbas. of Green be found. in the office of Cbillingworlht
scavenger, and) Mr. B. Lipford, Cove complete stock of goods can ,
ab'emed them to "Bllu Tigers" to
interested in the debate, and runulug ( sup
finds that be has performed his dutiesas Springs was* in town on Thursday, Call and examine our system of doing : & Ctirrie.
C C. Cbillingworth. ac port their families.As .
,
Mr
i satisfactorily a$, the conditions will looking. aftec business interests. business. The next regular meeting of the Board'
airman. That gentleman in Introthe for the State press.. U was' a matter
and no complaintsfrom this w. if Trade of West Palm Beach will be
subject, stated that the talk of policy for them to oppose the Dispen- permit c Senator Mallory a passenger on The Miller Grocery Company will before q
1I:. q.Jl source lodge: witli' bnl. He also reports :tho '. B. C. morning heM next: Wednesday evening, July oth
: 1" Express-Thursday
ro.: would]\ be rather in tbe sary, for first and foremost,, the Press is the ijth of this mouth move, from
t pensary, that he Is making progress in tea rout Ami. at half; seven o'clock' in the public
\ West past
? Key cksonvUlef\
w il' ; he finds thai t
". ,:ii there were' no judges and nc enacted it would 'drive the winter collecting the feeVtuo'uRh i.Miss>> Moftatt: arrived home last Saturday Masouie block, lately vacated by the Cooperative library hall.
in Instances additional time is .
," ; 'J" rtJpol'ul to be recorded nor decision tourists out of. the State as. the-hotels many evening from paytoua where she, Store. This change is lIec a'- There Is one way of avoiding any pos

4'!.t'1'' i given. Bach of the speakers was ,al. and saloons would be compelled to close requested In making the paymentIuetq enjoyed a pleasant visit with friends fora itated by certain'changes contemplatedby 'sibility of contracting typhoid fever, and
< the town and has decided to allow ,
: that Is by drinking distilled water train
lowed minutes for the presents- their bar. month. Mti Gruber.W. a
twenty: all such a 'reasonable time in which to the Lake Worth Ice Works.
}t will
tlon .of his case and the affirmative "The religious press opposed the Dispensary do The St. Augustine Record, of Monday R. Moses, local agent: for the F. E.
.n.I In the
cheaper long run.
I given the privilege of a reply I on the grounds -morality.. have held several terms of court at notes the presence in that city of. Mr, C. Ry., has sold to Messrs. Angus Mar prove

f; 4 .. 1M MR. POPE'S. ADDRESS. First because the Dispensary makes which a number of persons charged with Bert Yarborough, of West Palm Beach, tin and Fred West of the F. E. C. Co On Thursday, July loth at 3 p. m. the
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4 ..r every tax; payer a partner .in the saloon ordinance enroute to New York a very desirable lot in the pew addition ladies of the Home Missionary Societywill
)% To Mr. P. Marvin Pope was entrusted business; breeds deception, perjury and violation of bicycle were give a tea at the home of Mrs. Dr.
the or town this to It Is located Polnsetta
out traveler the town. on
assessed for the cost of-came. Among
1.t w the presentation of the c}'c ,in favor ol every kind of dishonesty and subsidizes duly Broadwell. All are cordially invited
Porter who awarded
Work the streets is in steady week was Mr. A. Lansing, Street. A. contract has been
In on progress
the Dispensary System. Introducing! the State to wink at crime that is traceable and a pleasant time promised those who
few business Mr. H. T. Grant who Is erecting a
has now
,
chairman and for several days have utilized been spending a days ou
.the ,
talented speaker attend.
the .
to
young Dispensary.In
'' ; in Jacksonville. large two-story frame residence which
tbe winner two to three priaioners by working
referred Ip.him being conclusion: Mr. Cnrrle said that the
of tbe In the oratorical contest in theorists them on the street and in the public Mr. G. Duncan Drossier,, of Miami .wilt be occupied by-Mr. Martin as soon A meetlug of the Board of Governorsof
prize and were
politicians youthful
and thus thdr keep whilst J. W. Brtckson of the Ka- as completed. the West Palm Beach Boaid of Trade
earn representing
B. Stetsou. University at De. the park :
the John only apostles of the Dispensary System -
'i Land and be promised the audience He urged"the temperance peoplenot serving their thne.Respectfully ., ble Piano Company, has been in town Miss Louise Frances. Dodge says, in was held in room 32 in the Jefferson

would not be disappointed in : submitted : this week on business. the Tampa Tribune, that if you go far Block Thursday afternoon. Nothing bat i
that their
"i they to be fooled; but to use good .
i Mr. Pope's address. The promise ofT I 'I.. W BVKKHARirt; I The iu into the woods when the,_days are very routine business, such as passing ac-
following people
common sense Delray were;
r West Palm Beach. hot, will find that- cjunts, etc., was transacted.,
) :Mr. ChtlHugworth was amply fulfilled, MR. POPE'S REPLY. Mayor West Palm Beach yesterday.; Mr. and I you

It" !:W for the speeker at once won the confidence Chairman On motion of Aldermen Lauther and Mrs. J..E. Chambers, Mr. J. G. Fenno The chigger The Miami Steam Laundry is now 1
the
o ,r. 7/7 and sympathy-of his bearers by As per arrangements,, Whldden the report was received an? and Mr and Mrs.. I, H. Burton. Is no bigger; turning out first-class work. Mr. Mur- T
+, of Ida views gave Mr, Pope the opportunity of reply. Than the point of a pin, I ry Aultman, at Sewell Bros' store has
,lj his presentation
: \ masterly ordered filed.
.v Rev; C. Fred Blackburn pastor of the
..'f His statement lug to Mr. Currie' statement. This he But the lump he raises' tbe West Palm Beach agency. All work
'The
oh the Dispensary. Marsbatreport of Collections,
.
Methodist Church"returned last Friday
did In a systematic andTHorough manner Itches like blazes.
showed evidence of. 'faithful and energetic showed a total of receipts for tho-month left with him will receive prompt at-
itjfi; :, taking exceptions to the .construction evening1 from attendance the Jacksonville And there's where the rub comes in. Satisfaction
tention. tf
guaranteed ?,
witness the
to
research, and gave fines and
:fJ,.' placed on the case by Mr'. Currie. of $112.50, comprising court Methodist District Conference "
A of the Ladies' Executive
fact that he was thoroughly at home meeting Mr. B. Powell of Couoanut Grove
: at DeL'a'nd.Rev J. 1
Gtr He laid great stress on the point urged fees.The Committee of the Free Reading Room
with his subject. Clerk'a showed f*. o for
City report $ candidate Tax Collector of Dade 'j
against the Dispensary, namely, that it Neaae local preacher of in the
II. afternoon
W. held
a
Wednesday
i It would be possible to more than collected for sewer connections, {7.60 for was County, was in town on Tuesday and
makes every Ins payer a partner in the the.Methodist Church left town for St. At this it was decided
refer to Mr. Pope said.His' : tbe.lale'of < library. meeting
what from-
briefly be hauling lraah.'r,5ooo Wednesday, carrying on an active can- }+:
saloon business The Dispensary q
moruing'athin. books to the amount of
Wednesday
contention summed up conciselythat lot and collected by Augustine on to purchase new
If
cemetery $43.80 vans amongst the electors. Mr. Powell :..
the lAi taaed on localor claimed would not do this as much as fees. He .will...\ have charge of a circuitin 525.00. These will be placed on the I
Dispensary
the sanitary inspector for sanitary is elected, be will undoubtedly fill the
does the high license which now .
county option and not as a, State system On motion of Aldermen Whldden and the M.oultrle district. shelves as soon as possible. It is needess position with credit to the county and ,

-!,, enactment would prove highly beneficial prevails aa the licenses are granted by Lauther, these reports were accepted. Mr. E. A. Waddell of Miami, one of to say that this announcement will honor to himself. '

r to the community, 'where thai. enactment the people and in return the people receiv A bill fOIV'ao.oo for 'one hundred the best known business men of that be hailed with delight by the numerous :
the license fees direct. Ho thought of the institution. Having bad so many calls for Women' ,
1 was put in force. Much; fault induced meals for prisoners was ordered paid. city was a passenger on the F. E, C., patrons
that it.&e county could be to Rust Proof corset and Ferris'waist 4;
had been found with Dispensary In The officer's salaries for the month of Express Tuesday morning en route to While[ there will be no public demonstration ,
try the Dispensary even as a test, that from my-old customer., I have
i
South Carolina, simply because it was s would June totalling|itp.oo, were ordered gaid, New York City on a business trip. or observance of the Fourth, inWest ;;
its speedily concluded make .
strongest to order each
r oppoeats up an
State enactment, and provided a tool on motion of Aldermen 'Lautber and Palm Beach yet there will be
be won over and convinced that it was a Mr. A. Z. Wesley, forniely manager week. Will meet any one wishing to I
for tbe politicians of that'State which Whidden. many pleasant outings in this vicinity.
good thing, that It \vould Improve the of the. Waycfoss Journal, and lately on order, Monday and Tuesday afternoon. I
detriment of the business For this It is- matter of right) ,
was used to the people, There being no further the reason a l
moral tone of the community and bring the Tropical'SunStaff, was a passengeron merchants Also sewing machines to let.
: and be.t interest of the temperance Council! adjourned at 830. that the should close their 4
happiness to homes the F. 'E. C. Wednesday M C. A. KBNNEY
Express RS.
peace and many "
cause. On the other band in the Stateof '. places of business and give their clerks
where there Is now darkness sod ilsspnlr. ,- --.r- morning enroute from Miami to Tampa. Room 31, Jefferson Bl'k.The .
Alabama the local option Dispensary -- and employtea 'au opportunity to enjoy

was now in force In moat of the counties,, THE 1 BRIDGE TEST Judge H. B. Saunders "left town on the day as a holiday. It ia a certaintythat St. Augustine Record tells, of the :

'and Mr. Pope produced letters- from OTHER SPEAKERS. WAS SATISFACTORYBut Sunday fob:: Tltuavllle. Yesterday a they will lose'nothing by so doing arrival in that city of two tanks of fuel "

many prominent public' 'officials, resident Ou the conclusion of the discussion telegram was received here announcing : and their action,will be approved the oil from the Texas oil fields for the use ..

in those counties, all of whom bore proper tbe chairman jnvited anyone in the Old Structure Will, Not be Rsmov- the arrival of a little girt baby to bless people generally. f. of the Florida East Coast Railway. Tbe

testimony to tbe fact that the Dispensary the audience to questions or state elf FOP Several Weeks Pending the his home. Congratulations to Judge Sixteen residents of West Palm Beach oil Is to be used on locomotive No. 42

as conducted in .their respective views 'reference to the Dispensary. Completion of the NW. and Mrs. $sunders. are now firmly convinced that, it is which baa been converted into an oil ''It:'
Those'wbo availed ath mselves of this burner. If the test is satisfactory the
localities was eminently satisfactory Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Towntey. of .Mi cheaper to buy and carry bicycle

The speaker made a strong plea 'from amoral opportunity, were Rev. C. Fred Black- Rumor was current early in t'the week ami passedthrough town on Monday lanterns than it I f. to,pay court fines and work of converting other locomotives'
,
'as well and clearly burn, B. H. Dealer,Smile Anthony, W.I. I I Into oil burners will be continued.
standpoint that the old Lake Worth bridge'which morning's. train on their way to Tennessee costa Ills honor, Mayor Burkbardfhaa
Metcalf and B. McGlnle The'result -
bad the sympathy of bis- .audience. in of this informal J. discussion was that has done duty so faithfully" and well' ,, where Mrs Townley! will visit for bad no less than sixteen cases Mr. II, Bale, chief clerk in the Honest

what he laid. the ever since the building of the Royal her health, and where Mr. Tow ley before him within the last ten days. on Profit House, wbo bas been: in Went ;
much thrown on subject,
t MR. CURRH?, SPEAKS. and much light Information was gained. Poinciana and the* other Eint Coast has important business Interests the complaint\ of the town police Palm Beach several mouths will leave '

; officials who caught the law breakers Saturday morning on the schooner"Juanita"
be taken "
Hotels, was to immediately
la presenting views against- the Dispensary Mr.andMrfcCarl: Schrebnick returned on .
Into while riding after dark without 01. light. which bas been here severaldays
down and tbe new bridge put use.
; barrte 'at tbe outset
u Mr. G.0. from and
Monday evening Jacksonville,
'opponent his .- Married.CoxetteyDennls. It now appears that this will nqthe The list included several prominent tied up at the railroad dock. Ills a
his on'
complimented Clever exposition of his 'case. But he On Thursday June done until the newbridge Is entirely Mr.will Schrebnick make their wilt permanent devote home his whole here business men and Monday morning's ,list destination is Miami and from there .:y:

f found that there was too much theory In :26, 1902,,. In. the Episcopal Church, completed and thoroughly tested. The time and attention to the court was about** interesting a gathering be will cross ovef to Nassau, going from

reference to- the statements'made.: : lIe Lloyd' Fla., Rev. Mr. Fuller of Miami first engine to cross the new swing the Honest Profit House.managementof 'as baa ever been held .in town. As Nassau to Kingston, Jamaica. At Kingston -

Whitfield the called, each offender be will\ take a royal, malt steamer r
took It that Mr; Pop*"stood for jhe politicians !. officiating Miss Winifred Den.nls psssed over last Friday morning the names were

while be, speaker'represent of Lloyd to Mr. Sydney V. Coxet. test being witnessed by -a great many Mrs. James McComb and daughter stepped forth and took his place iu the for Colou,1,;' Panama, After spending ,a

ter, Of Miami. _. people; While the span stood the strain Miss Gertrude who have',be n guests prisoner's pen. There was nothing for week there, he will proceecVirp the coast
ed the W. C. T. U., the saloon keepers,
-....+ --+a.. -- well, some alterations were found desir- with !Mr. McComb at t the Park Cottage It, but to plesd gUilt, and the presiding to Bluefietd Nicaraguawhere be will
.
the State preas and .religious: press.He able and these are being attended to aa
characterized? the Dispensary In the Born. speedily as iossible. In :.the' 'mean lime for several weeks, left for their New magistrate because of It being the first look after the interests of another

York home Tuesday morning tailing offense allowed the said prisoners to btanchconcern. Pie expects to return
,
words of an avowed opponent as s SA $Daaa": "- t Tltusville, Fla., on the old bridge will ,C continue: to be used

"fraud hallucination. and a" ,.ra....." Wednesday, July a, 1901 to Mr, and and it is not likely 'It will be closed for from Jacksonville. via the Clyde Line depart in peace after paying $1.50 coats to' West Palm BJatfli in time'for th*
winter
., Following out the position be' took at I Mr H. 8.Saunders, a dangbter. several weeks yet. Wednesday. ach. rush. h
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V :I THE TROP q! WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, IRIDAYJULY 4, 190. iI'

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: THE TROPICAL SUN. alJqw their State institution to sqt- A Red Hot Time

% 'teia this respect. All /gifts
Pioneer Paper of Dad County Florida. Collog ,.of whatever nature. or size, __' IS IN PROGRESS AT

wilL and t OUR STORE.
received
be gratefully I t .
r TROPICAL SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY acknowledged as contributions to Mr. A. A. ftogpc& c ndldate rom Dade!,County: for tho Democratic nomination '

: HARRY L. BROWN. MANAGER. \ education and 1 fo the tf4State of Florida': ut .. .. : '. Tie Tr onMe '' >B our Olassware
St the upbuilding t .! Legislature : baa arranged Queries!t -. 11 .lua.:0 '. Departmllut
? I FuauaHBO vanv "'DAV, culture in the State.Doea ." \public meetings; to *be' hEld darihtt; the campaign;, lie will add rows the} q i; Z'\ CtJT ICE A i
OUR
1 AT WIST PALM BIAOH DADa OOUMTV. "O"IDA. ::-i' p'
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electors on the l Issues of the"campaign; on the following dates and at thefollowingplacea ')\Y > \\ SALR OP GLASSWARE

:": L : SUBSCRIPTION. PRICE.! 2.00 A YUR. Not Like gam, : *i NOW IN PROGRESS

And Col Sam don't like '
so Jones--we
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,, Knterwl at the.. Poatofflc of WeNt.faint Beach to disgrace th" title "Rev' by applying CtfTLER-nThursday, July 10, a.t'4 p. m, I P Is the Greatest"Bargain Event ever
HCO..d.cI..a matter.VHIDAT.
,p'; l it to such filthy cattle as"he, -doesn't LEMON CITY-Friday, July 11, at 7SO: p. m>" 1;'. e recorded In the history of

y'' .,. JULY 4, 1 03. like Mr, Ktrkpatrlck.of deorgia.nor the COCOANUT GROVE-Satimky;; July ia.at'4:p.' In. 0 'r WIst; Palm Ueach.)
editor of the Index,. Well, dislike's, in '
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this Instance are mutual The fellow MIAMI-Mondiiy, July 14, at 1M: p. m. > _

; The unlucky 10. from Cart rll+ilIe is, '\to\ put it
what might; ; be called 'dirty newer, end, Hogg's opponent, has been invited to make the canvass Jointly with Ir"ogKis %" ," .

.: Practice economy by purchasing a nasty and vile.-Lake City Index. and now has the matter under consideration. If he shall\ !accept, ,Wholesale. 1 1 JEtetailer of Glassware For Two Week.
bicycle 'lantern. -* Beglnnlol J I, _
time will be divided and every courtesy extended. .
I '
Intimate and Tender.
,

The mosquitoes are In full retreat, recently Thomas passed Jefferson through' Appleyard Montgomery, who, sample of the uncolored product, 'nd "i"r" ;r" ;, "it"; ;" ;;;''ri
thanks to the east wind. : that the dealers who bad TB " " "
was accidentlv: Interviewed on the seen the,,S, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

,, wing while there, and expressed, himself plea were very much pleased with the ) .

: The primaries are drawing near. on the primary innovation In Florida ante. One dealer particularly l who bat 5O< i The Norfolk Suit

; ,.onl.Y a week from Tuesday till the, by declaring that the law. .was experimental intended storing a large quantity of the For th.- Le lslature. SS5S ::: t

polls are opened. but be believed the people colored product for use after the first of ,
The frlnnda ot Mr. A. A. 1IOOUK, of Copoanutr -
would keep it, with some changes. As July, ban writtcirthc firm advising them, drove, lieruUy' anuounb, him" iia a :::::::
that he Is BO well pleased with the aam caiMlMato. fur tha LeKlHlntitra/ from DadeCoimty !:
Florida Mr.
hi PC! There should boa harvest for those is well-known In Apple- : Flurldn. nubjuct to tba action ol the :Hen! who would not think[ of wearing. a NORFOLK:
'J I yard' relations to the people are of the pie that be would not handle the col., Democratic prlmnrlt-a...

': y who sell bkycle3ampeslncethe may. moat Intimate and tender nature: and ored product, as be felt *<>re .tie unco\.. To the Democratic Voters of Dade County: last season have changed their minds. They see, =!

: or's court of Monday last. his opinion of their views la more ored product would sell as well aa the t I hereby announce myself. tut it candidate. pH something distinctive in thern.-J>I. ; ,

valuable than" fine gold or rubies. colored product, and the volume of, his, fur the UciintMufcaUveof action of the Danioi-ratlu Dado; County., I'rliuarlon.UMAHAM subject: to ..:.

sales would even be larger, because} the, W. KINO. H Out
No doubt the merchants and bust' Tallahassee Capital. Something of the./ Ordinary
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I _. price of the uncolored product would be, == : .
: : ness men generally, will observe tomorrow reduced i# cents. Th* reporte"4earned For TaxAssessor. sE A,-: Change: .1/ v '" '. -
I Fat Service.
f ; as a holiday. Asa remind Railway in this Interview that the consumer*1 To the Democratic Voters of Dade County : =: .

er Mayor' Burkbardt ball made a Exactly upon time there rolls into the city and State were buying quite! I hereby announce nlyn...ir an a candidate : S::;: We diaplny.all the. newest Summer Fabrics- of -
...... many
Central station in New York oilier
; the Grand for the of Tax .oor. Miirtjuufc to the
request that the day be kept a, such. heavily at present, BO as to get a good I, autionol the Democratic PrlinarluB.It. I S== -them exolaIveexclusiyeneeafa': fiiatura in Itself
a
every morning a train which left Chi. ; |g
SMITH.
hand of the colored M.
supply on
product,
cago a little after midnight the day $?; tbat yOu don't Want to overl ok. 1! -
West which they had a perfect right to do up, To the Democratic Voters of Dade County:
Miami and Key -papers men before. It reaches New York In ample
to and l including July joth. The gale oj f'P After careful 'oll..hlt'r.lon I offtr myself p'E
: tion that the tropical rains have set time for the opening of the exchanges .. a candidate, fop the office of Tax, Ajptiiaor H Why Take Chances -
oleomargarine will continue: but it wino l of DadCountr. anbjert to the ScUm 0''
? : in. Here in West Palm Beach we arc I and the banks. longer have yellow hue." tie JDHmoi'ratlt 'irrlumrhm. nnd I rwiiMwtfullyHHk gn -, .

.enjoying bright; skies and the most The engineer dismounts from his the county.the support of my 0.11:0.11.frlpmlH thrniiurhoiit ADAMS. .rWlen You Come Hei.. J

desirable summer weather, tempered engine without the slightest: evidence -.. -- E: You Feel Perfectly Safe

by fresh ocean breezes. There is only, of any of that nervous strain that heartbreaking The .Isthmian Canal BUI. For Treasurer.To a
4 anxiety, which are attributedto j= No man ever bought a dollar's !worth: of experience a
one Palm Beach. I To the Democratic voters of Dade County:
: The ia the Isthmian-cana]I foVOO .
cental'
following )
engineers who are called upon to I hereby announce tnywelf aa ft candidate its: ? ==
make unusual When he has bill as fairly amended by the Senates- for the onion' of County Trmuiitrvr.: mibject to "
the Amen. peed. Section I, Authorizes the presiden t the action of the Democratic! I'rliuarloa to be == 0 CbO'Cl'thIng Is rarely: good, but Veil mad
A London paper Bays been greeted by his friends or pasedgers. held July leth, 1e2. : ;j
\ l V. H. JlAULKltSUM. g= Clothing I laienerftliy cheapest. -
to acquire for the United States, at a ,
can fashionable women are wearing invariable answer bas been that the ill'
.' belts ornamented with Chinese hieroglyphics run or his part of it, was made with cost: not exceeding $4o.ooo7booo, all\ oj t r To the voUrn of Dade: g & .,f --1 ftg a

has the rights; privileges, franchises, concessions I hereby announea r'bj:: '1! Mdt> Tailoring dnd.Perfect Fitting--None better .
: In silver, and that on ease and that. he been compelled to race for Treaaurer :: lalolnjr. ,
hold hlieaglne iq somewhat, so as not grants ot. land, right of way. ( ao would cordially thank floes. vhu == ,. ....
( woman was chagrined; to learn from : had: exnreMHd an intention to aupport ma fur
to reach New York ahead ot time. unfinished work plants and other pro tlielr klailnmm.' My masons for retiring I are
a Chinese diplomat that the hieroglyphics perty owned by the!, hew. Panama or.. bualuew uatureVery. : g S.SCHN1'IDMANMerchant : '
' The monster locomotive itself show r.ei'ctfuutly .
work read
she : "May
canal of France on the isll' HfeN. 11. bOSTEIl.
no evidence that it halt been running company -_ E Tailor Gruber Block West Palm Beach
r
all enemies die intornt'ure and
my mua of Panama, and all its maps, plans", ,
stan speed of about fifty-three Td the voterS of Dade County : "Vi
average
: "May!\ I have fifty sons." tuijes an hour, and the appearance of drawings Panama and records in Paris on Including-all the Isthmus the of f race I hereby for County announce' Trcatiurer.my retlrnment and In from doing fTTe HO.wlnh 1 1.J. i.Ji.J1'1.1.1'1.'i.'i.1.1.41.JilJ.. .'..' ." .' .' .' .' .. 1.J11,11,11,1.,1.ES. ., ; r

the train, of the train crew, of the to any my motive Ix to axxiHt In hff fmonlilna .
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capital stock not less, however, than tie' .ont political I situation,and
;
i: pr
from the
Here words of advice
are and fireman all the K
; engineer justify Railroad not from any fear of wing defeated. .,;
68.863 shares'of the Panama 1 do not aHHiime, tbaft 1 would: have beensiiccesu.fuuI. -
News. assertion there will
., DeLand Weekly "Young; that before long be
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owned by or held for the use without special effort] on tie,part) 'jwrjsj'JlUR'i
man, come South and raise stock. further reduction in time not only bet company of my 'frlundM: and myanlf.but this: I expected 3 ., ; 1
of said canal company, provided a satisfactory and I cooHlilureil my chance equal with my "
thousand tween New York and Chicago, but *!AIW'L"S .
Anyone can today buy a title to all of said property Can opponent'. West alm Beach, July 4,, 1SKJ:
1 between New York Philadelphia and I wl b to annum mv frlona that I fully ap. ''i' !t
acres of land suitable for this purpose be obtained. J predate: all: they have done ana iuurtlou <
Boston, and other large centres in the In tills, ,macu la I hr't't: of fee.r. IF YOU ARE GOING ON A '
which in five years will' cos Section 3 Authorizes the presiden I IUK.and I trust will proVe be to the' beat ,.
central west. luiereat; of the whole 1:10 tbla. caiupalKn.J. l:
; .: ; three times as much. Good land fof The late H. Walter Webb, when he acquire from the republic!) of Co ., K. t-PMMUS. PICNIC, FISHING, RUN ING, 1tV
this purpose is being; picked up by lumbia exclusive and """
perpetual cQn t '
was connected with the operating de. :. \ ,
OR CAMPING ..
investors who will engage; ; extensp: partment of the New York Central In. trol of a atrip of land not less than six For Tax Collector. PARTY, .. 'I

vely in stock-raising.; This will be slated than an eigbteen-hour train be miles wide from the Caribbean sea.to Ours ts the. store that oan.ttock your Hamper with '
To tba Democratic Voter ol Dade
County
Florida's largest; industry withirj tween New York and Chicago, -el the: the Pacific ocean and right to use aDd I hereby announce myself aa a candidate: Good Things to Eat
.. five years." way was practicable and would b'l j dispose of the waters thereon and to for the poHltlon of Countj Tux' (1 Collector sub -
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ItMjt to the action of the Democratic Prlmarlni Boneless Chicken Boned
profitable.The excavate, construct and perpetually ,to be hfld July llith next and respectfully Turkey:
the and. vote of Lunch Tongues Sliced Dried Beef .
maintain. operate and protect thereon request support my .
is all toward fast
tendency rUDi rrl ..d8. : XHOS. J. HAUUKK. Vienna
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-? The riding; of bicycle* at nljtb ning. President Callaway of the locomotive a canal of such depth and capacity aa Potted Sausage 110m. Cervelnt Sausage

without a lantern, (Is not the only trust that a majority o will afford convenient passage of ships To the Democratic Voters of Dade Uonntv ; Jtu8Rlan'CBvlftr Potted Chicken
says
1 I .. Chicken Turnalies
announce myself candidate
hereby a K
ordinance that has been disregarded. the many orders he is receiving are fo! of the greatest, tonnage and draft, new. fur the. oiHce. of Tax collector for the County Sugar Cured Hama-x Heinz Baked Beans .
in use, from the sea to tile ocean, this of Dade, aublnrt to the act Ion of the ensuing ,
in West Palm Beach. One day this the powerful locomotives of the Atlantl4 Democratic Prlwarlea. Clam Chowder Cream Cheese I

week a business man had & narrow type. Boston feels the need foi control to include the right perpetuallyto J. n. POWELL. Strawberry Jam Currant Jelly (fi 4i1

r escape from being knocked into a speedier railway service and the locomotive maintain and operate ihe Panama P. O. address. ,Couoantit Grove, Flo.'For DeliciousCookies Sweet Pickles

., corporation Is immediately railroad if the ownership thereof ur In fact; everything to make delightful success.
grease spot by a negro scorcher, and tq : Member of School Board. your outing a ; .
r controlling interest therein shall have
construct for the Boston.and
: that too of the principal Albany a ...
: on one '
streets. Town Marshal DeBerry and number of very powerful locomotives ot been acquired by the United States, I hereby announce myavlf candidate forinoinbendilp :.i*. w. BUKKHARDT '. .Finest Groceries
this also jurisdiction over the'strip and the on the County School Board of
: his assistants 'are now on the look The new perfecting record-breaking of details type.by which ports at the ends, thereof to make the Dada Democratic County I j'rlmariea.J.ts., aubioct i : to the action of the It will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books '

; out for such offenders and Mayor mail service between the Atlantic coast necessary police and sanitary rules and West :Palm, Beach. Fla.i U. -HoaiM.IiT. ,. .
.
Burkhardt will not be lenient if they and the Mississippi valley is reduced I In regulations and to establish judiciary '*

; come before him in police court. The time several hours, points inevitably tribunals t! enforce the ,ame. i For County_Comtnlasidner' -

following paragraph from a St. Augustine it is believed, to an early reduction In The president also may acquire,sucl To the Democratic votara of Dado County: Do You Want a ;

: paper, is much to the point: the time schedule for some, of thpassenger additional territory and fights: from I hereby. offer myself aa a candidate, for : .

: '. "A colored bicyclist ran into a white r trains. Columbia as In /his judgment will fa Poiinty l>Mde County.ComnilHMloner. anbjiH't to flue the, action filth district ot tho W.hav. them. to Sell and If we have STEAMBOAT ?9.lion. '

: excursionist from St. Augustine S .. cllitate the general purpose of the act J> niocratl, (\ Prlinarlea.. And nHipectfully\: ask. .. on hnml to suit, we can build (
theaupport ot my rlenda throughout' the Just what you want. ,
,
: Thursday, badly demolishing both The Best Prescription for Malaria By section 5 40,000,000 is appropriated County. J>. O. UKtMVN. ,

-wheelsand severely injuring the whiter Chills and.Fever is a bottle of Grove's to piy for the property of',tb< At the request of many tax /payera anilvoiera We ore also PreparedTo ,1I
new Panama Canal company and i who; ,unlr *change In the uinmbor-:
Furnish .
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is Iron ,.
about the face. The colored! simply
.
c man sufficient amount to Columbia( fo slip from this dIstrict on flue Ilourd of County ? '
& individual arrested and fined for. and quinine in a tasteless form. No pay Commlaklonera, I bavanoiiHented to allow !
was -f ; 4
the territory acquired from that couutf; my D before tie Demnvratlc Pumping Outfits l
"J'Iol: b
i. cure No Price cent. of Irrigation. --
reckless It is that pay. 50 Primary and if elected. I pledge I
.. riding. getting BO for building the canal. The presiden. myself. to: look after the Interests. of thm-: db,.
t :'a great; many of the colored brethren _-- Is then through "IstbmUn.cann| com triet,an Well as those..f otliprparta of the Write. or call on us for Anything in ,_. .tr
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especially use no judgement what- The Oleomargarine Bill. minion authorized by the act to proceed county county.d1l':' Jar: North the l)ad proportion;. ultlaona: entitle ot Our Line that you need.MerrillStevens "- .z. ,
: them to some consideration. la the .
ever in pumping an ankle express A new law affecting the ale of oleo with the construction of the canal building of KOod road and other pnbllelm.provementa. Engineering Co. :

and it is hardly safe for the general margarine, went into effect in Florid utilizing as far aa practicable .the ;:TvorV itforta. to that. and and.If elected. will ua my beet -

;' public to be on the streets. Very on Tuesday last, July lat. work already done. The canalja to tx West Palm Beach, Flu.Believing M, .oJ.1.AR4IOROUGB. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville :t'I"

For the information of The supplied with all necessaiy locks ; '
.
drastic fines should be imposed, Troplca r '. I'ao.m?oa
Sun>eader it la given belowi! other appliances.\ anJ that the interests. of the CountyniumlanlonerwDliitrlct. Marine, Hallways ,
which would, no doubt, make them ; ,
the of their "Any person that sells vend or fur Provision Is made for the eonstr\lct\ telently I cared for by Mr oJnll W.ulutM -
: : see error ways. : MH friend 'from that dl..trl"10 all part. -
niches oleomargarine for the nse or consumption of safe and commodious harbors at of the County. would nmpectfiilly hi.
of others; except to his own the termini of the canal and] for suet election marlca. tu-bbeid County on CommitMioner the lUh'! of.1 In":iv.arm the orU ....'............-..."..........' ..........................

0 FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. family table without compensation 'works of defense. may be necesaay JOHN_ W. MCLI.IKIN. : Newly Furnished Throughout., *.te. **.so p..' D*y. .S '
who shall add or, mix with such! for the safety and protection of the ,- 5 SpUl' !).ta. by W.." or (IIentb :
: The catalogue for 1901.1002 with The many frlanda of Mr. anJ.| ParkA, of
oleomargarine any artificial coloring that canal and harbors. 1 Stuart, rucognlilna |his| fItness and ability for aaa .THE. :
announcements for 1003-1003 of the: noaltlon and bellovlna that' Mt. Liirlerreolnct I : ; :
,
it like
causes to 'look butter of any shades' By section 4 the president Is given: the! :dimerveM M representative: on the .
r the Florida Agricultural; College, at of yellow shall also be held to be a man1 alternative authority of proceeding'wittthe Board County ConimlHHlnnnni. respectfully '

L Lake City, has just been Issued. A ufacturer of oleomargarine. Wholesale construction of an isthmian canal by submit Commissioner the acinG of that from gentleman tbe First District for County Commercial 't'al :I -

of its contents shows that and ask th" slipperS of all Democrat a
perusal dealer will have to pay a revenue- what Is'known as the Nicaragua route In the primaries':ot July,15th.(rood taaa

,. interest in this important institution license of$200: except upon that which a: in the event that hole unable to'Secure a 'aaa CtEMATIS! AVENUE NEAR JEFFERSON BtOCKC. "';,

Is steadily increasing. The work I tax of X of I cent per pound impose a satisfactory title to the property ol I the hereby Democrat annonnca of Dad my Conatyt candidacy. for the i.1'.1'To :, : \

done there is excellent and its results by this act. Upon oleomargarine bold the new Panama Canal company and, ortluoot Jlntrlct.County I,'believe Commlnloner that of the Fourth W. SOHMIDproprietor; i E
""' a "Public OHIce IN a ,
will surely be felt In the years for consumption there shall be special the control of the necessary territory Public Trimf and eluctwi wiIr.pi. '," title .
.4, tax of ten cents pound and method In handling,Ibo affulra of the Co.unty. ...
to come. per any; from Columbia and 'after first having W. J. UACTIKU.; .! Special Attention to All Rooms '
Lighted
In connection with the handsome fractional part of a pound ia a packag obtained for the United States exclusive UIaml.Fla' : 4

contributions made to the ball be taxed as a pound. When it is and perpetual control by treaty -of .,:S Travelling Men --' -*. ; With Gas :
.l College; "'
t free from any coloration making; it look of the necessary territory from Costa : For School CommissIoner .
the catalogue notes:-"The College ''o tbafrlondaof. EdiK-atlon Free Sample Room .
like butter then a tax will be X of I Rica and the : :
Nicaragua. provisions as I hereby offer inyuuif a. a candidate for the ,"tr '. .
: has already acknowledged 'the munificence cent per pound." to ton age and draft of vessels; as to 4ilstrlct.IHcoof school Dad commlaeloner county and for aak the that< second the.. ..........................,...,' .......'."...........,"....'..
which :
of Mr. has
: Flagler resulted The Jacksonville : :: "
Metropolis reports harbors and sa to works of defense honest auppurt I of mf fellow Democrats be
in giving tile students the an Interview with Armour & Co who being the same aa in the section relating aocorded lua at the coming JAMES}Primar C. aiAitius-

advantages of oneof thelhandeomeut: have received letters from all parts o// to the Panama route.. Weat J'allD Jeach..A1a. TRAVELERS

the State, condemning the of
provisions
and .best equipped gymnasiums in .An appropriation. Is. made of such

the South. The educational facilitIes the new law. The Metropolis says of ,sums aa may be '''greed on by treaty as Do yon read The Tropical Sun ? ,
NEW
the interview -
of many of the State institutions : ,compensation to Nicaragua and Costa MANAGEMENT_ .

,: increased of the South in recent have been materially by substantial "From it seems communications unquestionably they. to have be the received ;.to Rica the for United concessions State and rights granted : MRS. N. F. (JARCIA. Prpp'r Jacksonville; Fla.Electric. < .- 1

? years belief of the people In general that this r.----- -- -----"-- -_. -___
gifts from broad-minded ,b class of tbe __c-_ _e--- _
a legislation most vicious
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C .Lights, Electric
Bells.
xitlzens. The college; feels confident 1 kind. However, Armour & Co.'a manigement KRIPPENDORF'S LADI S' SHOES This alcaatar* la on very bo* of the lanuia Bathe Complete.Scrvta. .

that the citizens of Florida will not I stated that they bad received a aS it ANthONY BROS. Laxative Bromo-Quinlne Tabt*<..'- The Best $2,OO per'day Hotel in' Florida .

*, ftb* rratady that car.* a..M !., alajr Tak cat at tha Caloa Depot and auk the CoaUuctor; to stop at she Trsv.ie: ia-i: .


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...... ....... ........ CALL persona are otherwise legally qualified 'WTAsk :
I ). YOU to Notice ;

I In the/ New'oman'j 'For Democratic Primary Election hereby The followln&Jjamed appointed Registration persona Officers are. Our two special.advertisements. ip: '


In Dad County,,Fla. for said!: primary, to wit: the L Papers this week.
-" Precinct No, 1, W. E'Stypmau '

A Democratic Primary .Election Preolrfct? ; t No 8, W. L. Wldmeyej. ,' This issue ot 'T ;'eyropl.alSun.: tells,''you of spec a bLrgarne lit UARDW AUK. See; page :..
Precinct No, 3, S. Bobo Dean. ) i\avel'i..lt1ut.llng' : Furniture\ Said announcement la The News, that is worth your serious. con- d
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la hereby called to be (field to Jade, Weaji'slderatlon.
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Sphere" :Precinct No. 4, M. B. Lyman !. ll
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County, Florida, In each and) every Precinct No. 5,1. II.1iuton.

precinct thereof, on Tuesday\ July Precinct No 6, J. W. Umllte d. ; "' E. GRUBER
....................... lftt.li, 1002, and on on'l'ue8day.AuguIL Precinct No. 7, Frank! ttranahan.Preelntlt :; .

I2lh, 1902,.for the purpose of nom. No 8 J. W. Ives. '.. .
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me If :a t: rehash a, chap Hardware Furniture and
candidates for Bicycles
the follow
PARDON congressional proceed inating, Pteclnct No. 9, H. t.. Mitchell. ,
named olQoea to bo Voted for in
lug
;, Is now ancient bis- Precinct! No. ''10,.John Burdine. r
tory, for It Is a record of several lobe general election which 'fs to be Precinct No. 11, W. D. Albury. Exeouil'v'e COIl it.tee'of the; LAAA l i AAAA.AAAAAAAAAA.' ." 4AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAW.
r. weeks ago, It la an occurrence In beld on the first Tuesday in November Precinct No. 12, E. C, Twldella.It oratlc ".

jtb' 'P'nltel'Stltt'a/ iiennte, tbo most sol A. r>. 1002, to.wl: 'shall be, the duty of such, Registration county shall canvass, declare and I"" H12IM. W. lUlOvmvULl\ U D., PliVHlilun and Surgeonitrglelrly'll'bnrnonrlet."InreinTre
emn and "oUquettUU" masculine orBanlzfttkm One United States Senator. certify the results as required by Rtortf.! i
In existence: with the possible .One Representative In, Congress, officers ,to register.hall allwh'lte law'and'' the Call of the Democratic I ..
who
exception of the Brltluli house of Second Congressional{ Dlstr \t. Democrats apply Executive Committee of the Stateof i.' '
for such who the time of COTTAGE CITY. PHARMACY.
lords are at
The headlining of tho newspaper One Justice of tho Supreme Florida. .
.., dispatch says, "Tillnian onjl !MeLaurln //Court such application, or will ho ontttl- The candidate receiving major.. .- }
IIKIM & lll ItAVICLI
"In Furious Qoiubat With Fl"tn ell under the State :Election 'Law, ,
ti One Secretary of State .ity of all the votes shall be declared .
Upon Floor of Senate." Yes, but.tvo- One Comptroller.Two to '>e regmterd for the next general the nominee, provided thata I rt.prluWr.L;
bUD are too emotional tube allowed/ totake election. That said Registration ..
part In politics!' Further, the dispatch Railroad Commissioners. shall each second primary when necessaryto I'
officers
One Member of the House'.of require person choose between the two highest I. '
says: "T. Insinuated that M. had '
who shall make application for registration shall Dealers in Reliable> 'Medicines and Chemicals.
:
sold hla vote for foci oral patronage. M Representatives.One > candidates where nomination '.'
p, called T. a liar. T. sprang over three County Surveyor.One to declare on his honor not have been made .by majority I: "
'chairs and viciously attacked M.,strik Tax Assessor. that he entitled/ to be registeredunder vote in the first primary election, I,
"
"1 ing him In the face with bill list. M. One Tax; Collector. the goneral election laws of shall be held on Tuesday the 12th I: A FULL LINE OK-

o hit back striking T on the nose,draw. One County Treasurer the State and that he will vote for day of August, A, D., 1902, and at !: Perfumes Rubber Goods,

Ing blood'" Just sol( But women are tooemotlonat"to Five County Commissioners and support the nominees of such such primary election only such i' Toilet Articles, Cigars and ,P
:4 be trusted with the ballotor both State and '
\ primer, County : I
Three Members of the County electors as were qualified to vote at
to take part In political I Further,this :and who pledge themselves or if be : and Stationery. Tobacco.t3Jtf ,
election shall
Board of Public Inttruotlon. the first primary : ,
.UlHpatch concerning the Cool and pow: challenged pledge themselves uniler -- -
ertut white male who himself One Justice of the Peace in and permitted to vote BEACU.evvvr.nnvnr..avvvvavav.vvanvvvvv..vvvavvvh.
permits not nominees PALMS BLOCK W1ST? PALM ,
\ .r to be governed by his > says: for District No' 1, 2, 8.4.5,6,7.8, oath to support the Except as hereinbefore provided.: : i'i's
Election. .
of said
"Again T' struck out frantically this 0, 10, 11 and 12. Primary said primaries shall be conducted 4 v s

time with his left band. The blow did One Constable in and for District ,Said Registration'otflcere shall. in accordaace with the primary I. -..-- .. ------ -- .-.rte- ------
,' not hit; M, but struck In the face, Sergeant .,'0'1 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,0, 7, 8, 9, 10, keep their books open at the pollIng aw and the general election law CITY 'MEAT MARKET ,
in each election
at Arm Dayton who had sprung 11 and 12. place precincton of this State now In force.
,over the desks In the effort to reach the the 12th, 13th and 14th days of
Such Primary Election .shall be W A. FILER, Florida And Western Meats, J'oultry, Maine and Eggs.
two belligerent senators.But Wom June Ib02 between the
A. D., '
Democratic Ex. Com-
held in each of the 12 precincts of Chairman
q en aro too emotional to take part In hours of 9 A. M..to 12 M. and 1. r. M. County.. Mall Order Receive Careful Attention.
(J ?Fe : two senators this County between the hours of tnlttee of Dade I
.; viking wildly at each other, eight A. M. and sundown, and the t.06 r. M. Attest Jefferson Block, WEST PALM: BEACH;
.t N ;;<"tbe' blows landing upon Mr.Slayton. following named places for holding All persons so registered shall, I SL-. PATTERSON Secretary 1'902 J

An instant later the angry inch election, and the following I. rot the purpose of said primary
senators were pinioned In the arm* of named\ inspectors and clerks to. election be deemed to be lawfully '
u,,' Senators S. and W. Finally they were conduct the same are hereby named jteglstered, unless! their name or
forced Into their seats. T. was white and appointed by the Executive names shall be stricken from such j. MCGIILEY; & co.
'as a sheet. As be sat in his seat he Committee, to-wit: )Mete as hereinafter provided. Said West 'Palm BeachTown h
drew hla handkerchief from his pocket
and blood from his face." HereIn ;Precinct No. 1, polling place, Registration officers shall, not later first-Class .
wiped public school houso inspectors than June 20th, A. i>., 1002 deliver .. Strictly .. f
the senate of the United States' occurred ; \ LotsA
a "scrap" unexcelled In vulgar W. J. Dyer Ben Parks, :Morris such registration books to thev ,',

fury and brutality In the lowest slums Johns; clerk, C W. McPherson. hatrraan of this Committee; who discount of, 10 per eent for House-Furnishings, ","
of men, white black or yellow. Nevertheless Precinct "No. J5, polling place. shall call a meeting of this Com.mlttee' of '
all
woman you-you are a weak, school bouse; inspectors, Harry on SAid last mentioned date cash will be granted on pales' eOO Draperies Window Shades ..
lots for $800 aUd under; over $\ ,
hysterical creature, governed wholly DuBois William Lamb, E. C. Mil. to'revise such lists ; that In case .
', .by your personal feelings t Look up.to ler; clerk, John U. Grant. any names are stricken from such 5 per cent: for cash.WALLACE Wall Papers,
man-powerful brained, calm self controlled -
Hide Precinct) No.3. polling place lists that such names be publishedfor :. R.'MOSES,
s. man-as your miperlorl I "
yourself within your own Inferiority! Yacht Club house; inspector, J at least one insertion In some Agent F.! E. C. R'y Land Dep't Wickers, Japanese

You are too emotional to take. part In T. DeBerry, Joel A,Dean and JohnB. newspaper In the County giving
ur'u' politics-youl Beach ; clerk, J. F. Uergess; notice that this Committee shall and Enamel Goods

lit M Precinct No. 4,polling; place, Jim meet on'July 5th, A.' D., 1902; to AGENCYCONTINENTAL

No organization of men could have Potter's packing house ; inspectors, reinstate any ,of such persons so Freight Prepaid'Anywliere in Dado County

H been more warmly or honorably' welcomed I.' II. B. Murray, J. W. .Porter and stricken If in their judgment the WEST
I, ;. w1, at Washington than the nation GeorgeLyinan; clerk, .II. II, Wil same should\ be done at which said Jefferson 1.7 tr Block PALM BEACH,
s.A1 American woman suffrage conven- kinson. meeting all persons so stricken and
1 ey4Q;;' was. Hon. Henry B. F. Mocfarpresident candidates invited to
are hereby
No.5 '
.c' ) ,Y'Jo. of the board of com- Precinct polling place. PLANT COMPANY ---------.---------.
;. shall at
f Said Committee
?. attend.
..' ; \ *;--j; f". mado to the women the ,?. Pederson K.G. Tasker, such meeting make !up a list of all CRAYONS. WATER COLORS.RICHHRD
1I..J.*j 11If" of welcome to the capital, and and L. G. Lyman ; clerk W, G. registered electors as shown by the Of Kittrell, N. o. .p.

>. (t .., than a thousand visitors were i Carle.. said registration. lists and by the
r v present to greet them., ,. Washington Precinct No. t 6> polling place, registration books of the County, -- E. RESLER: !

S.; paper says that perhaps no meeting of Hardy' store; Inspectors 'J. I. or In case such books cannotbe STRAWBERRY PLANTS :
the association ever aroused so )much .. for the of I
i Hardy Joe W. Pearce and C. E. procured purpose Cabbage, Tomato led Celery Plant
Interest among Washington women Haile; clerk, Z. Covender. making up such list, thenthe list''of photo naphene $
+ PINKSA
ty themselves as the one of 1002. CARNATION
Precinct No.7, polling place registered voters as published priorto Bpocinlty.
H lit the last general election! shall be J
Stranahan's hall ; Inspectors, R. A.
-r- There la one Turkish woman in the Goodwin and W. L. used, a copy of which list shall be Wo handle Rones and Flowering PlitQta .for CLEMATIS AVENUE i
K. C.
a Bryan, U, 1,. Taber. Glen Bt. Mary tin. '
who Is regularly Masonic
Ottoman a
empire Opposite Temple.
Bracknell clerk. W. C. Valentine. fut'nished the inspectors of each precinct .
duated bachelor of arts. She re- ; A.hare Ot your palron R solicited
.c ., \)lved her degree from the American Precinct No. 8, polling place R. In the County. No person MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED I'' West Palm Beach
college for girls at Constantinople. E. McDonald's store; inspectors except those shown on such lists Addrcu PRANK CO1-K. : pla. J JG.
shall be entltlpd to vote at or
par .
and John
John A. A. Sloane' .
lit *tAt Harp ,-tt tt f, O.Box i44.went Palm,Beach PIa .
election ----------.4 N 1.1A -------
C. ticipate In such primary ,
W. Wofford ; clerk PvBulI.
man
a woman suffrage meeting a .
a 4 r asked Rev. Anna Shaw how women Precinct No. 9, polling place.Moffat's In case any ot tne aoove named ,

could be made to overcome their pet. old store ; Inspectors, P. parties shall ,refuse to act, or for CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAC. A. DALE C. C. CTJTTRELLMANGONIA
ty' Jealousies Note Rave Anna' reply W. Merrill, Paul Matthana and any reason are unable to act aa
to him "So long fts the SampsonBcbley / Raymond Burr; clerk L!:. F. Mof- Registration officers, then the Campaign G. von SCHOELERWatchmaker : 'r BOAT WORKSC.
i" case Is on I wouldn't say anything fat. Committee Is hereby authorized .

,, about petty Jealousies It I were Precinct No., 10, polling place to appoint a proper person to C. CUTTKEIJ,, Jlnnager.
. ,; .M' '\ you city hall; Inspectors, Dan Coo- fill such vacancy.
-,.f fI' ;; "'"''' I lit *t grove F. W. Hahn and O. R. Nicholson All candidates for county offices ,and Jeweler.ARTISTIC Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker.
1 Lately at dinner I sat opposite a girl
I B. Re shall make application; setting
(: ; licked : clerk, J. Illy. ,
;, whowore diamond rings and
it: ;heir Precinct No. 11, polling place, forth the office for which hey MARINE RAILWAYSand
fingers.
t V.{ ; ,f' lit H old postofflce building; inspectors. desire to run, by noon on the 24th ENGRAVER on ..

Women who think they try every John J. Hinson Andrew Hardie day of June, A. D., 1902 to the WOOD or METAL Boat Shops. west side of Lake,

I' ;way they know how to earn a living and W. D. Albury; clerk. J. L Chairman of this Committee and .
"" and always fail are either mentally Young. each applicant, In order to have PARLOR at MANGONIA.Estimates .

"f 'l' deficient or clumpy, mostly slumpy.t Precinct No 12; polling place, his name printed on the ballot to I. In ZAPH BLOCK, Varnished on New or Old Work.

'.' (" lit K Brown fc Hoody'a :warehouse. ; I inspectors be used at"said primary shall accompany -I., Next dour South ofSEMINOLE Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer.

, A lady proposes summer camp"for I. T, Stephens, John J, his application-with the HOTEL. :: t OF-.AII Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.

'I p girls where they can live In tents Bad Stranhauser and W. A. Cooper; following fees: Entrance, SEA SKIFFS A SPECIAL TY. n-i-oj:

. ,. 'f swim and row and take tramps through clerk, William Anderson.All ] Representative 25. WEST PAL.BEACH FLA.

, f. C the woods. Certainly but there will ballots! shall be In accordance County Surveyor! $5. and ----- -

ca', be much more enjoyment It there are ,. with the provisions of the Tax Assessor, $60. xperienced.Impairing, skillfully workman., done.Cleaning. 010tfTTTYTYTYTTTYYTTTTrf tt OSIO A05t07t0 k011 o 71 o 51 o 71 o 710 510 A0:107.05107107101107101107,071 o w 05107,o
a few men along. shall be Tax Collector, $60 "
State Election Law and IVYV'17Brelsford .


University A queer,thing of Pennsylvania happened"lit lately.conferred The direction printed Committee.and the dI8trlbut.ed'linder Democratic of this county.Executive the County County Members Commissioners Treasurer of the School$50., each Board'. $5., Bros. !I National 'Bank of f the' State of Florida- S tcs o

o
some honorary degree on distinguish each, $5. ,
ed Individual, and the Individual! Three Inspectors and one Clerk j JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDASTATE i
Justice of the- Peace $1.
/were present to' receive them. 'One'of shall hold the election in each district Constable $1. Real Estate 8 and d l Insurance, o o 1
them wa an Iron faced antique who ; .and shall serve for both.
ti baa distinguished himself by bawling State and county primaries, .each The Campaign Committee shall PALM BEACH,.FLA. AND CITY DEPOSITORY o
aloud early and late against the emancipation of whom shall subscribe In writingto prepare and distribute an official o V

; of woman, but what else tie he 'an oath that they and. each of ballot to be used at such primaryin Notary Public. Cottages to Rent o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. THOMAS P. DENHAM: Cashier teo
I don't know.
i* distinguished for accordance the general
,wa* made a doctor of laws. As one of .'them will faithfully perform and clerkin the election law and.with with the Call of Poetofflce Building,North of JAMBS D. BAKER Assistant' Cashier. V
I the guest of bonor there was present a. duties of such inspectors Democratic Executive Com 1.1001 Polnalaoa Hotel. o S
gentle little woman who wa also madea the holding of such primary in the Banking Business of East Coast Business Men Farmers g
doctor of letters, because 'accordance with the primary and mlttee. .
doctor a and Fruit Growers Solicited. <>
of the service she had rendered In the general election law of the State At the close of the. polls the j jOStOl

field of literature. She was Miss Agnes and with such instructions as may Inspectors and clerks shall canvass Monroe Dorsey's Shaving Parlor .0 tO sokoltoetatoKoitostottoustdroraKoltoetorolltllRokoltostost >0 C

Repplier. The/world stillmoves,thank be farni.bed-them by this committee the votes make correct returns, 'Banyan 8tn near Ollracoopers
God In spite of iron faced antiques! and give one copy to, the Executive Old Stand '

-" ." H R "Only those shall be permitted to Commltteecran? of the precinct BEST SERVICE soda OFFICI ana LODGE SEALS 1
Those who listen month, by month to before or to the other copy shall be locked up PROMPT ATTENTION
candidates
become ;
S.'tallll1Q
Rll1111Pf
,
of woman' club plio.pel'll with the poll 4 S TO .
the feeble- humor vote at'participate In ;'the Management In the box, together ORDER ,
a seem quite unconscious ofthe_ real o( the said primary 'election list, ballots, tally Sheets and all IN TWELVE;: HOURS
humor ot the situation. other and books used at W. H ARTSON
to papers
adherence
who declare \ihelr ,
.* H the principle and organization such primary and. given to one of QF ALL; KINDS Florida Rubber Stamp WorksGUY
,
Overheard Ina restaurant: Man of the Democratic party. State and the inspectors who shall deliver the TAILORINCIn -

the First Fart-It always take me an of county, who are by the laws of the same to the Chairman of the Democratic I. METCALFt Local Agent.: 221 Main St., Jacksonville Fla.
dress in the morning. Han of
hour to Executive Committee
of the election Ail Its Branches
electors
put ink State lawful ,
the Second Part-How can you In
house
of the First Part- district In which they offer to this county at the court Factory Olff.OlTlt '
aU that time' Man Send! r
Oh.I monkey around. '1 have to shave vote, who have,, paid their poll 'Miami, Florida' on .the 17th day 'CLEANING Home. 'MANON'SGUAVA: >, WestUayBt.,
you,,know. Man of the becond Part taxes for'1900 and 1901 ten days of July A. i>., 1902 and August PRESSING?, Can. ofllanoK's Office 413V.and: SrtlOH-. Buy

./( (with an air of great*uperlorityVeIl.I ) prior to July 15th,. A, D. 1002. 14th, A. D., 1902 ; said Committeeman JELLY Sf room, Jacksonville.Branch .
don't stave, and I can dress anymorning of 'age since shall. convey the returns to DYEING AND REPAIRM I GI1I\VRo .
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in three minute by the watch.. (Those,having 1900 and,come all over 55'yearsof the court house on the'same'day, Jelly CANDY tloMkln all'i.otf!:: : 1 1fowl a.t

tkA',, ;Mi' U. looked It. the year each at which time the entire Demo. Shop on Olive St. Weil Pain Bead I ,
excepted, 'provided .
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1 r MIAMI BUREAU I '. '; ; << ROUND'ABOUT, MIAMI. Editor TROPICAL Bum plea. thosa-.of' neighbors. \ ; and msti.
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OWNS
NOW : ,
MIAMI his convic
be
-0.- At the risk of being dabbed, "obstruc hood,fiiungh to ;true to iv'"t

THE TROPICAL SUN : Links of Local News Picked up tionist and partisan qf the Fitts-Townley tionsv :. it Is so, it would be' well td '

gang" I wish to state some facts\ which have more such criminals.
Here and There.
1 dQo not wish, to be misunderstood '
ITSSEWER: SYSTEMA should govern our farmers in decidinghow r
OBIc la Block, Twelfth Street, near ." +
Anthony Avenue c. they; should stand In the present caws and .class llU a 'cllamity.bowler..
Brief Mention of Current Events Gatheredby friend 1 I thinkwe
Graham,
ll Unlike tny PiV
palgn. I am not actuated through any
Q ,,,t, All nubMrintlonn. adverllsemente.nd onlenl. for TUB SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporter 'unfriendly feeling ''to the railroad 'or' can raise, tbe "stuffy: but w4 must
i job work South: ol Fort la1lludala l received! at( During the Week. '! an on .-
keep eye expenses.Vourstroly
The
,lira ihta once. GIFT FROM"' H NRY M. FLAGtER 'I anyone else 'In so doing. /great
l '
... question before every citizen\ 6f Dade ,
:f. -. f* Mr Pine of);>Ine's News Agency .
J. fl. W CrARNS.Dante
J.
of rates .,
county, i Is the reduction 'freight .
MIAMI; FLORIDA. JOLT 4, 1003.! ( ,. 1.1: has been on the sick list this! week. Pin June 86Z902.() '
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It not only on what we ship out, but on the ,
rat aI : The Fort Dallas Land Company Presents the System to .:the. Out of town" travel from Miami bag I necessities we bur; and have brought Ih.I ,e' "

I All roads will lead to Miami on City Without Stipulations or Provisions. Cost been very heavy during the past week. I For instance, hay costs In Jacksonville) Who to Vote For. ,'"

; July 28, 21), 30 and 31. Twelve'or Thirteen Thousand Dollars. Miami's postmaster, H. C. Budge, hllJlbeet'l about 119.00 per ton. We pay '$8.60 List of County candidates to be votedfof'at "

spending the week.in Jacksonville freight of about 45 per cent of Its,value.
the Pi Imaritfs on July tg, 1902..

Miami may well prldo itself 'on the I I' Miss Katherine Quarterman 1s the The oil which we buy largely from Mr. Representative-Orahnw'W.. King) ,'A'..

that will\ guest t of Mr. and Mrs. A.; A. Boggs at Flagler's company,costs 14 cent per gal A. Boggs. ,
c excellent banking facilities The Miami News on Wednesday contained very generously made the propositionto Cocoanut Grove.. lon in Jacksonville, The freight Is $t 92 Treoaurer-i-C IT. Raulersorti .,
,
County ,
Boon be available. the following important an present the system to Miami, n* will barrel about 6 cents gallon.
be the following letter: Large and mail tracts of land for per or -, per Tax: Collector-t, J, Hardee, Ju'o. P..
seen by
v nouncemenl- Sometime ago, the writer bad lo cases '
fruits and vegetables. Townley.Bros Powell.Tax.Asselsor..Geo..
In The good things continue'to comMiami's < St. Augustine, June 30Ib.1902. 3 pound tomatoes shipped from Jacksonville
Very favorable reports come ae Anthony Block. W. Adams, K. &T,
Hon. J. E Lnnimus, Mayor, City of ;
the which cents '
for was 65 !
way. price
of Mr. Boggs' canvass < '
to the success Miami Fla. The reuula'r monthly union meeting Smith +
In October the city council dozen. cents '
The to
1900 freight was ,
through Dade county The more certain Dear Slr-Vou: are quite well aware the Baptist Young Peoples' Union, ;will per County Commissioner. let 'DIM r let-
ordinance granting dozen to be added to
passed an per or 30 per cent i"
and the better be omitted Sunday. F. C. Alcller .BenJ. Parka.
the people see him, franchises, among which was the clty'i that all of the sewer work which has the price to the consumer. Who pays ,

acquainted they get, tho more sewerage system to the East Coast been done in the city of Miami, lies Elsewhere In this Issue of the Tropical this freight P The consumer. County' Commissioner 2nd JMslrlc! ? '

unjust Hotel Company. been carried on by Mr. Flagler, either .Sun! appears a list of candidates who Here in Dade county we suffer the Geo. W.Liinhart: M. J, Yjrborough $P

campaign; of misrepresentation The entire-system baa been put in bj directly by.'hlm, or through the 'Fort have qualified for the coming primarieS. burden coming and. going. We raise County Commissioner 3rd DIatrict-r-Ry;

P1' is ; waged against him. BoggiIs ; the Hotel Company. In the erectionof Dallas Land Co. Several thousands of A 'Business change has been made 1 lathe truck and fruits which. must! be Consigned E. McDonald. John W. Mujlikln.Dlshlc.t'' !: t .

the friend of all of the Interests of the Hotel Royal Pair and Flagler dollars have been spent In this undertaking firm composing.: The Ideal Bottltri to northern markets we of I County Commissioner 4tU %

time when Miami was a and a good foundation bas been Works. Messrs. J. I. Turnage and w. John Sewell, VV> J. Oaoller,. ;
this c nt1 and can be relied uponto cottages, at a course, paying the cost of transportation.: County Commissioner $lh DistHc'.,
hamlet a system In connection laid for future! development. From the J. Sinclair have dissolved'' partnership, We these
flo Justice to the people as a mere sewerage parrlllno s rates on goods Saml. Belcher, D. C. Brown.Memliei .
with the hotel cottages was very nature of such work however" Itshould and the business will In the future. t e We theu have to buy supplies and again
r' whole. established Mr be carried on by the City Government conducted School Board 1st Dimrlc.t,, P.: :
necessary, and was by by Mr. Turnage.Cupt. have to pay largely lu excess of what is "'
Gradually a. the town ''grew and as President of the Fort -ilf delivered to B. King.
with reasonable to have
Flagler. A. S. Bravo, a crew goods School Board "'
MIAMI'S JUBILEE. larger the system was extended until it Dallas Land Company. and at the request twenty-two men. has taken the steamer us. Is It not 'true that the 'railroadowns Member 2n y riq-

As the days go by prospects now covers a large area and is as perfectas of Mr. Flagler, I take pleasure in Tarpon to New York. The P. and O. large interests in lands In Dade James C. Harris. ;

ij }t brighten and everything points to and well-directed Intelligence advising that we will turn over the sew makIng Member School Doard.3,1
; money line will put on two new steamers In the county and also type that they are M. llurdine.Coiisln'ole .
in connection withMiami's make it. er system free or cost to the city of Miami efforts sell their lands Wm.
r a huge; success cad fall. strenuous to ,
water celebration. The At the time of the passage of if It shall be their good pleasure to matter that Is \ :and Dl.trlctd.. Broker*
out
deep There have been large shipments of sending advertising ,
Justice of Peace 3rd DUlrict-H., P.
last four days of this present month the ordinance, Miami was unable accept the proposition. The work up to pineapples from thto section during the too often highly colored and misleading. -
maintain and the present time has coat, I think, something Branningr U.
have_been set aside as the- time of financially to purchase; like thirteen thousand week. The fruit Is of an exceptional These successes are enlarged, the failures Justice of Peace 6tn Jf; t' yL-: -W, 'H.?.
twelve. or
I the a* might be re side Is '
committee extend system fine and the best that be obtained kept silent. The bright
can .
ubilee, and an energetic; dollars. Yours truly .., quality McN...b. .
Las 80 far made very satisfactory quired. V and I. R. PARROTT, anywhere told, and the advantages vividly pore CoiistaMo .6th 'District! -IX D, Graul.i ,
changed,
have held
Conditions now
trayed but the disadvantages are
eS arrangements for low railroad rates, has | President' Ft. Dallas Land Co. The Tropical Sun told last week of the Justice of Peace t iitli DUtilct-Jas. W.. ?
the fact,
Mr. Flagler, recognizing: In the back ground. If a man 'so Induced Ok "'.
one of the first essentials./ This establishment here of a drug businessby Carey ;j;>i
Invests and his
thousands of people from Dr, Scrrven. This week he has been : Improves 'prop W..A.tFiier, ,,
means that The Political Situation. he la at the of the railroads M.Clint.
erty, mercy .
MIAMI'S\ BIG CELEBRATION. busy opening up a stock of.drugs In his Couimitt
S all points along the East Coast, and The political pot is stewing and spluttering new store on Twelfth street. If he kicks when he is knocked over, he eo' : .. r'
not a few from other portions Is "obstructionist"+ "
perhaps The styled opposed to
of the Slate, will be here to July: 28th to Slut Definitely Decided Upon.Redue.d in great shape. the Danlaas areKre.t1y Rev. N.;B. Fuller,rector of the Epls thereat development of the country. J3.krgiii:> Improved nn.l u-Improv. fied.city

Railroad Ratot. mystified over everchangingBoggs. I copal Church at Miami, left on. Monday property. T..ulct lroR. :'An-*
celebrate. Why is Mr. Boggs such a great; failure, '
help us We congregate, light the "
Every provision will be .made for At a recent meeting of. the citizens of smudge, and discuss the phenomenal with his family for Galveston, Texas: kid gloved farmer.ete. Is It a crime!that thony Block. ",* ..

Miami It was decided to postpone the The party sailed via Key West and will he has to hire labor and' brains adfdL.;;;;; ; :
the entertainment ofourguests; the Boggs. Says one : Boggs Is a lawyer ; spend the summer In Galveston.Mr. money Congren* 'It -.day. t

,+ latch key will hang on the outside, celebration to July 28th to 31 at. I saw it in the paper." No," another ,
This was done for several reasons, Henry Brogdon; of Cutler was In
visitors to fair city do says,. He is a farmer and wears kid .
if our
and
the chief of which was that it was believed town last Monday He Intends, In company Wm.1f.mown t're.idrn't

;'' not have a good time, it will not be much better railroad rates could be ob- gloves they want, and to always send him makes to a Congress failure, so to with Mr. C. Boaz, to leave ntx: Bank Bay Dicinnimn IJRalalbrmlei> H- imc"sd Vtaa trv-tlrnt VM-I Vlil'-DLtltNlile ;

the fault of Miamians. Further announcements tained, and this has been found to have get rid of him." "Yes but that can't week for Honduras, where other former Ul JUlUUUJiiU Churl. Putiur ,Unah. tua

will be made later as been a correct conclusion. The Miami residents of Cutler and vicinity are now
1 be, another one cries. "He has lots '
rr to the program; of entertainment to Metropolis says the following in this of money, and has been to Rooshy and located. S e Capital $50,000 .

,; be provided for this great and glorious ; connection: Proossy and the German Ocean.'" Rev K. W. Cawthorn will deliver a :::rhdI..Arhdz: : FLOE r '
occasion. "A committee. consisting of Col. W. sermon on Sunday afternoon at half pas
Well, boys, I heard that one of the lit- .
.. R. Anno, Col. E.' T. Byington and Mr. tle big Railroad Moguls went and staid three o'clock in the Baptist Church, -- r a

E. V. Blackburn, was selected to go to with him, and offered to make him 4th which will be specially addressed to the .
When Frah
? LARKINS LOCALS. Jacksonville to confer with the railroad V. P. if he would quit trying to make young people. A cordial invitation 1 18 This is the Season Fruit it scarce

The busy season with Larkins peopleis people regarding rates, and they came 'em tomatoes cheaper anyhow extended to all.
at band. back much pleased with their interview carry ..............................................NN.N v 'e
now says one I"; they ain't going to let him Senator Dimick,of West Palm Beach,

"' The residents of this section have fork with Messrs Parrott rnd Beckwlth. go nowhere ; they are afeard be will tell it Is said wllbsoon erect handsome two I' i And In offering th In-line of Evaporated Fruits, :

k the past few days, had more company "These gentlemen assured their callers how'hard It Is to make a living and pay story business block, which will be one you get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs :

than they could we.11: take care of. The that they always stood ready to help them big freights.- "Well. he ain't no of the finest In Miami. It will be locate i and webs.

,. visitors were so persistent in forcing the people of Miami and Dade Countyin lawyer nohow, cause the paper says be
their presence upon us that it was very every possible way. They granted a can't talk good-fol a "bycicle down his son's furniture store. : :
rate of one cent a mile each way for Evaporated Apricots, 15 cents pound
hard work to get rid of them. However throat. begun
Last Monday work was on the 1 1Evaporated
main Hue e Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound ; :.
actual distance traveled over
since Sunday they hate been fewer in Yes, and Jim Owens eat him up, pew bank building for the recently organized Pears .
;r, number and people'don't want to see and branches and Col. Byington remained too. Jim l is the teller that got froze in First National Bank of Miami. : I3cenhtpound :

mosquitoes for another year.. over a couple of days longer to Lake, leastwise it was cold OR Evaporated Apples, ij cents pound !
so HOT It is to be a handsome'structure, will be
confer with the officials of other roads Evaporated Figs, 12" cents pound
Improvements still continue to be no. he thought he would get out. He had located at corner of Twelfth street snd line California Prunes ;
for the Big 10 cts pound
ticed in Larking. One church has been leading to Jacksonville, purposeof got a job down here, you know." Avenue C. Orders have been placed for 'i : '
Layer Figs
securing lower rates from all points I .Fancy ; 20 eta pound
organized and while there Is no church "Well, boys" quoth Uncle "these the most modern style of vault and Fard ,
in Florida as well as from Alabama and Fancy Dates I2>i cU pound : ,
building, the school house) is being used Georgia points. The committee also arranged dnrn papers beat me. They all talk agin I chest, and they will be here in time to : Good Sun Dried Aples, to eta Ib S < 1 I t}

for services.J. Boggs. but they is for him. You see :be.placed I in position as the work on the S Roasted Coffee :: '.
i with Mr. Myers, president of 5# pounds- good $r.oo
and that lesson how to vote, don't you see :building progressea. The names of the .
F. Burtashaw sons are buildinga Peninsular and Occidental Steam j 33 pounds nest Flour f tau .
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they done X King out and lots o' them .
organizers of this bank are, Edward : .
newbarnvOi for the steam ; 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, $f.op :
ship Company chartering '
fellers, and they put Burr way;down on J. R. Anthony Wm. II. Graham ; v "
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the tail end but they didn't cross him Edwin A. Waddell aDd A. P. An- f ,:
7 building and other work done on his cost of operating her, in order to give I I 3 cans Milk, as cents : : ," ,
him out neither, so you see they wants thony. The capital is fixed at $,0.000.I
property. our visitors excursions on the bay and UK to vote for 'em, an' I am goin' to do I 16 pounds stood Rice, '.00" : _,' .

Wedding hells are ringing. One serious ut to Cape Florida and other points. It. Sniok's all out, and these darn I I *.+.++.*....*.*.+.*..*.....+....+.........++..4+.....

; case was reported last Sunday, and "Messrs. Parrott, Beckwlth and My- mnsk eaters '11 eat ANNO,
us up. I W.It.
it is expected that others will follow in ers were all exceedingly courteous, and "Good night" Vox. 6. D. LEFFLER f !
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that would ATTORNEY.ATLAW.OfficeFront .
assured the committee they
'' the near future. ,oo Twelfth St.. Between P. O.and Blscarne' Hotel '. U1AMI.! FLORIDABisIyllo
aid In every possible way In securingrates Plans for the Jubilee. Room lUtohett Building. Art. D. .' "
? A movement la on foot, to organize: a over connecting lines and in helpIng MiamI Florida.18190 ,
that ii The Miami News gives the : .
choral society, something very to aisle the occasion a great one for following ; .

Lion much should needed prove here.successful Such an as organiza.there is Miami"During and the Dade interviews County.with Mr. Par. jubilee pointers celebration reference tob to the held deep from water July RODE 'I' B. TAYLOB. Lulier and Snpply .Co.; Shingles Lumber ,: :;.:;< :. 1

28th to much splendid material available for 3 _, t LA WYER ,. .
the purpose. rott he said he had determined to further "In a few day the South Eastern BRICK, CEMENT LIMit PLASTER, and HAIR.. Sole Agculs' for:>> Warnell Cratts f "

I I' help this section of country by a Tariff Association will let the committee Office In Postoffice Block MIAMI FLA. SsKSy J J. A. CONRAD T..a......... t
F. F. Russell of Bonham, Texas is reduction of freight rates on vegetablesto know what the excursion rates will be MIAMI r FLORIDA :t"I4.tf I all
visiting his parents at this place. Mr. :35 cents a crate from Miami to Jack. from points In Georgia, South Carolina .,3-U-tf;

Russell went to Texas about two years son vile, said rate to go into effect Sep and Florida. ; ,.

1 ago, ;where lie has made a success of tember lat next. This reduction Mr. Mr. W. W. Front, chairman of the H.". ATKINSON FRANK W. STANTON & CO Y

life. It is said on good authority that Parrott said to the gentlemen, would finance committee, reports subscriptionsso .. ,, ,

lie intends to take a young lady back have been made last year, but for the far ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW.
to be about $looo with another .OUR SPECIALTY ,
with him to help him enjoy his home in fact that some $.}Soooo of the receiptsof thousand in sight. NOTARY PUBLIC. .

a the Lone Star State. the company bad to be expended in MIAMI. P1.A,
Mr. C. I..Xlmanles who Is in chargeof 11.16tyGEO.
Larkin can now boast of two public putting down heavy rails and fn bridgework the decorations will leave nothing un. Fancy East Coast Pines "'

backmen. therefore he did not feel. justified A. WOK J1Y. ,
done to cause the city t> present a gala
I.* In making the reduction until now. day appearance. ATTORNEYATLAW.Otaeral 14 Vine Street Philadelphia "
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'''' DA MA DOTS. "'Further preparations for the deep Mr. F. W. Hahn with characteristic: .. ,.
water jubilee and the celebrtlon of Mi- bus practice. In State and Federal Court Growers of Oranges and ..
enterprise agreed to devote
the time All biuine antnuited will receive Grape-Fruit t
Hon. A. C. Frost, formerly of Wisconsin prompt a&o -
iml's sixth aniversary, the Miami Metropolis of himself and his entire force of entlon.! .
has almost completed a very nice "will be pushed by the men Office, Brawn Building, Ave D and 18th ..
says, for OROVES LOCATED '
toward
{ one day erecting the grand Mt..c. l
!i residence here. citizens: and it is confidently expected arches. MIAMI FLORIDAUUblUlud Liles & Stanton Terra Cela, Fla. Armstrong & Stanton, !Palmetto ria .

Messrs. S. W. Budd and R. S. King, that many hundreds people who wantto A grand Street fair will be arranged on Knox & Stanton. Llmonla, Fla.; :! ... ,. I}

,r are completing over two acres of shedding se<9 this country with a view .to investments the big Graham lot, corner 12th street In 1874 Incorporated In looa: 3-r-'y ''' .. ,
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4. + over pineapple lands, preparatoryto both for home and specula- and Avenue B. Capital Stock $10 oo.00 ,,:. 'r, !

setting out new plants.Mr. tlon/wlll avail themselves of the low have Mr.a Frank band of btranaban: fort y Seminole will arrange bucks and to Pianos

RlcharS L. Standleybas removed railroad rates and come at this time. squaws "encamped here during the jub Somers Brothers Company Organs, Sewing Machines "-.! "" ,..J

'? his to Dania for the Further announcements as to dates on ilee. '.
summer.
family riTTSBORO... _PKHN'A.Commission __... _. .
I sell direct from- the Factory ;:
Arrangements being made to advertise :
which tickets will be sold, their price, ..
Mr. W. Clarke is extending his pine The Celebrated Schubert .r
J. the jubilee In every weekly news Merchants Piano with Mandolin Attachment. :
: apple sheds and will largely Increase limit, etc., will be made from time to paper In Georgia. Alabama, South Car- The Con oyer Pianos the Cable Pianos

the area of his pineapples. time." olina and Florida. Wholesale Produce Dealers The Kingsbmy Pisnos. the Wellington Pianos,
-- There will be a daily excursion on the The Chicago Cottage Organ/hi twenty.niue styles.

+a.-- You will be lorry If you wait too long bay; a balloon ascension and parachute Invite consignment from Dade. County Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terms.

4 ;, Miami: Is justly prond of her up-to- The early bird catches the worm and jump boat races and the finest street and Southern Florida of Fruit, Vege Catalognes and Prices Furnished on Application.
i fair ever held In Florida. tables and Produce: promising .
prompt
date steam laundry It is turning out likewise the first comer gets the first lots Our citizens should come up liberally sales, at highest prices and Old loitroneots Taken In Exchange -- The Celebrated Singer Sewing Uachlta ;

first-class work at reasonable prices. cheap. Townley Bros., real estate dealers I with subscriptions, as the jubilee Immediate returns. 1'1'.188.' .. .."Attachments for M kinds of Sewlnf MaebID88.' Moll Ord.rs will receive .r '

c':; ,r Give It a trial. It is located at the corner : Anthony Block. ,mill result In great advantage to Miami. Wo refer to this paper loading: tied. County prompt AUltDtluQ. ,.',{'
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: of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. .. Iud the merchants will all do a rushing bippera: Pltt.barc Bank..ndotEerw.il known CJOa..VJ.D.AJf: > llth ST. VVVT # ,
and reliable of .J,
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:\ :\ Commencing--' July 7, and, lasting foi-two weeks only, I have concluded tosacrifice, my HARDT7; HE stock as well as my FURNITURE

;r g stock, and give my patrons the benefit of same, instead of going to the expense of moving and stoiuiiij iu *". iue ray building is in co urse. .

);Jr. G of construction. Everything will be cut down :from 20 to 26 i per, cent. below regular prices, which will, in fact, make'a great deal of it '

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at the Reduced Prices. Any Chain and Chain less. A Big Stock of all
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II. regular prices. alike in this two weeks sale, I talks the: loudest ,
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'; ://rj: Everything will be, included in this sale except Sash and Doors, and you will find.it to your advantage to buy now. Town requires

fli: en ;, that connection be made soon, and Bath Tubs, Closets, Sewer'Pipe and Fittings will be at a bargain, WHIG THEY LAST. Stoves, Tin- I;

raftware, Granite Ware and all Cooking Utensils, Ice Cream Freezers, Table Cutlery, Pumps and Pipe, I have an IM M ENSE sock "

!bri ante MUST BE MOVED, and, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. Come early, and avoid the rush. I MEAN'WHAT I SAY, and my patrons '

lize it when they are told the prices that will rule during these. '
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". i FROM GEORGE S. ADAMS. him tliat I saw nothing to cause anyttie '. Wedding Bell*. served at the home of Mrs. L. W. Whit. fir Fitts to Hr. Tatum. I d.-leg-ate: by proxy and participated in"

embarrassment; 'that I wanted'to ran I :The wedding of Mr. Sydney V. Cox field, tbe bride's grandmother. The Kdltor TROPICAL 8!!". be doings of the convention from start
M for the office and bad as much rlgbt'todo etter- and Miss Winifred Whitfield Den wedding presents were of notable beauty The following communication I respectfully to finish.

Open Letup From the Candidate; For so as any man In' the county. Mr. nis at Lloyd, on Tuesday of last week. and great variety. Mr. and Mrs. ask you to publish for the reason Ii 1900 at the Ft. Pierce Senatorial

,t y Tax Aa.... r. Startling Information. .I McDonald replied that "West Palm I June a6tb, la. Interestingly described in Coxetter left on the afternoon train fora that I desire the large number of Convention I was a delegate by proxy

(_ The following ppen letter has been, Beach could only have one place this the Jacksonville Metropolis. The groom wedding tour in the,East, after which readers which your paper has and who and supported the candidacy of Dr. W'

I'' iL.to the Democratic voters of Dade election, and as the County Treasurer is very well known at West Palm Beach, they will mane their home in Miami, are acquainted with me to see my replyto L. Hughlett-when the opposition to
y' Iuu\4\ Mr Geo S. Adams of West was more desirable to the people of having for a number of years been manager where Mr. Coxetter has important bus the aspersions thrown on me by Mr. him announced their determination to
d jy West Palm Beach that they 'would let' iness interests. The bride's going-away B. B. Tatum.
candidate for tax asses- Union discard Democratic
aim :Beach, a of the Western Telegraph usage and prece.
I me run for that place, but that Miami :suit was a very smart and handsome design S. O. Frrrs. dent in
I r, It speaks for itself and no com- Company In the office at the Royal nominating a senator by a ma-
fient is; had to have the Tax Assessor's office end Polnciana. Lately h
needed.Miami, Fla., July I, 1901. ;Dick was the man for that place." At the firm known as the Everglade Produce The young couple arrived here last Editor, Miami MutronollH. tile delegates present; Dr. Hughlett

'o the Democrats of Dade County: I this juncture Senator. Dimick backed\ up Company, and has charge of thecompany's evening and registered at tbe Windsor., When I stopped writing for "The People's stated that he would. take no further'
JI exceedingly regret my inability to Mr.-McDonald's position, but neither of Miami branch. His many They left this morning for a honeymoontrip Paper" and went to- writing for all part In the deliberations of the convention '
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r air on yon In person and present my them wee able to demonstrate to me friends here join in sincere congratulations. In the,North. of the people of the Banner County, it and withdrew; myself amongotbersfeoiug
fI for the office of that any coterie of men could speak for ---- ._-- -- with him., Dr. Went'
; r 1 claim for your support : was my bope that I would be able to Unghlett
Tax Assessor; but May 33, while coming the entire Democratic Party of Dade Referring to the wedding the Metrop- An Important Change., give my entire attention to the latter, hon.e'with the Brevard County Demo,
11 to Miami from the home of my Countv, and I told; .them that I wouldrun oIls says! Many changes .in business locationsare but for the last two months yon have persistently cratlc Convention which convened at,
mother at Little River, I'fell from my for Assessor. Jim Owens lent his took being planned and carried out this sought to discredit me with Cocoa about ten days after the Fort,
brilliant
and fractured thigh and hip I persuasive powers in trying to show me "A notably wedding the cowers and I Pierce Convention elected him Chair-,
bicycle my yesterday I in the little week some!!, of which are noted else new to our county am
joint, and since liven have been as helpless where I was wrong in going counter to place at noon where lu this lsaue'of The Tropical Sun forced to do over time by doing a little man of the County Democratic Executive -'
of Tallahassee, when
as a two-day-old baby. Myjjhysi-.I Mr. McDotTalil's wishes but up to date I I town Miss Winifred Lloyd, near Whltfield Dennis, the Perhaps the most important changes are writing for your paper. Tbe task I assure Committee, which position he now
clans inform me that I shall not be he has been'uuable to do so.I.. I announced Mr. and those proposed to be made by M. E. you is an irksome one, but ss it lrf! holds At the November election he,
able to leave my bed for some week. my candidacy on May Ijth,. It beautiful young daughter of of became Gruber, the well known hardware and undertaken in the interest of charity, I voted for every Democrat on the ticket, "
E. Dennis Lloyd,
i yet hence I do not think, will be able Is now up to the Democracy of Pade to:f Mrs. George Cox- furniture dealer. am! willing to perform it. including the "Successful Senatorial ,
bride of
tbe Virginius
Sidney
r to even go to the polls on' July 15; decide whether a-ma who ba.lIved in of The Mr. Gruber will move his hardware The feature of most of your editorials Candidate." I voted at Pompano pre.
to the county moat of 'the time for more alter, St. Augustine. ceremony Is that I "bolter" and have duet in this county where there
therefore, "urgently appeal my 1 the Episcopal Church, store from Its piesent location fronting am you so were
t friends to kindly protect my_ Interests than 31 years can'be set aside In the was which performed gorgeously iq decorated with on Narcissus street to that portion of his persistently repeated it, ,that I really twenty-eight votes cast. The entire dempcratic --

and to those who do hot know me ex- flippant, arbitrary and unDemocraticmanner I was flowers white predom- block fronting on Clematis avenue. As believe you think I am and as ,before ticket including the "Successful
and cut ,
plain my fitness for the position to I as does Mr. McDonald wrsh,to inating.palms The Rev. Mr. Fuller, of Miami soon as the Miller GroceryCompany stated as an act of charity I intend to Senatorial Candidate" of' the Pt. Pierce'Convention
Z believe that I am Illde.track.Vours. truly, do a little''klnd.rgart work received "
twenty-eight
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which I aspire. officiated' and Mrs. Tucker, of vacate their present quarters, Mr. Gru- you- votes.
competent to fill this position to the perfect GEO. S. APAMS.: Monticello, rendered beautiful and appropriate ber will extend that store to a depth of You my "Fttta Is a bolter"-I say he is In the days of our forefathers when

satisfaction of the tax payers of the N. B.-I trust no one will take this selections on the organ. Miss too feet and fit it up in modern up-to- not. Now if we stop here and let it go they regarded! a man of more importance

county and wish it distinctly understood suggestion as facetious, but as Mr McDonald Dennis bas for several years been notid date style as a model hardware estab at that those who wanted to believe than a dollar, some one made a man by
that I am not the candidate of any faction was so kindly disposed to West In Virginia, Georgia and Florida for her liahmenU Changes of a similar nature you would do so and those who wantedto the} name of Patrick Henry hot in the
or clique. This assertion is disputed Palm Beach as to give her one office striking beauty, being a statuesque will be made in the furniture store ad. believe me would do so; but I am collar whereupon he voiced thin patriotic

by some hence II deem it only and 'that one has gone a-begging-the blonde of queenly bearing and aristocratic joining, that store also being enlarged, willing to let the Democracy and fair sentiment which will live as long as the
proper that I make a statement which I Democracy of Dade can even up matters manner. Her gracions.ways and making a total depth of too feet. minded people! of this county pass Judgment human heart beats-"Caesar had his

think any fair-minded person will agree by letting her have one office-TAX. accomplishments have won for These alterations, while providing on your charge and my denial and flrutus-Charles the First his Cromwelland
many
that I am an independent candidate.. ASSESSOR. her a large number of devoted friends much needed additional floor space, will have no feasof their verdict. Whet is aJ George the Third;" here Mr. Henry

t On May lat, the County Democratic --.-- and admirers, and no bride from Jeffer make Mr. Gruber's store amongst the bolter ?-My understanding of .such was Interrupted by cries of treason,
Committee had a meeting at West Palm J. B. Powell r Tax Collector.The son's proud families was ever the. recip- largest" in Dade county. The old storeon person is this-One who goes into a con when allowed to finish he threw this '

:Beacb, and at Its conclusion the following friends of Mr. J. B. Powell, of ient of more hearty good wishes and Narcissus street will be used as a vention Or participates in a primary and Into their faces; "may profit by their
,' gentlemen called and were presentat wareroom he or his candidate who Is defeated for example, if this be treason make
Cocoanut Grove, believing'' that the office sincere manifestations kindly Interest. the
"a caucus In the office of tile "Lake the nomination, runs or votes against most of it." History tells '
of Tax <: of Dade County The bridegroom is one of the most wide inOfficers us that Mr.
Worth News'i Joseph A. McDonald, conducted Collector In more, satisfactory ly known and best liked young businessmen / Installed. the regular nominee of the convention Henry came out all right in his con- '
be manner
; Graham W. King, Can a At the regular! meeting of Hypoluxo or primary is a bolter.
George W. Potter to the tax psyerl of the,county in this State and be counts among trovesy with the fellows who were hollering .
Geo. O. Butler J. T. Bitrtesbaw and Mr. Powell to be. his warm friends many distinguished: Lodge of Red Men West Palm Beach, Now luckily the political history of "tral'.o: aad I have no fear of"

M. B. Lyman, members, of the :executive' : have 'candidate persuaded for that important persons outside 'of Florida. The bride held on Wednesday evening, the following this county affords an illustration which those who are yelling "bolter," but will ,
,y, < committee, and Senator E, N Dim. come a was beautifully gowned a lovely creation officers were installed for the anyone can comprehend and as It is a paraphrase his notable remark by 'say. '

ick, Capt. T. J. Harden Bobo. Dean, office. Kentuckian by birth, of white chiffon over white silk. ensuing six months of 1909:- recent occurrence, I will cite two cases lag: That if what I have done since I'

Jim Owens, R. M. Smith," and myself. has Mr.been Powell successful a merchant and for Sie.wore a handsome white picture hat W. W. Janis, Sachem. which I think wilt clearly prove my become a voter is bolting, just make the

Mr. McDonald arrogated to himself the a ''actively engaged as an and carried a magnificent .bouquet of G. S. Jenkins, Sr., Sagamare., contention." In 1896 at the West Palm most ot it, Mr. Tatuui. .r
affair .and after a brief many years was J. Hogmau, Jr., Sagarnare.: Beach Democratic Convention Paul C '
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right to run in his uallyr State. He Is an bride's roses. She presented a pictureof : O. FITTS.e p
educator
statement of what they were there to do, The charming maid G. W. S. Bell, Chief of Records.W. Jones an of correct perfect beauty. I -
old Confederate soldier,,a man .
I. Metcalf.TC of W. for the office of sheriff the form
of Graham W. King was suggested handsomely ;
the name Intelligent of honor. Miss Olive Uimsii, waa
ss a suitable candidate for tbe habits> the,highest: characters in an gowned in'white organdie.: She G. W. WJlson. Call of W.9topa i er received it votes and the latter 6 or' The fine residence of C. R. Pendletoq,

Legislature and :Mr. King's candidacywas man and attend a gentleman to tbe duties every and way the too wore a white picture hat and car- ..r .. .- a: clear majority of two-thirds of the editor of the Macon Telegraph, wes

endorsed. The next name proposedwas qualified to of the office with crdit ried a bouquet of sweet, pe... The the Cough and Works off tbe Cold. delegates.. Mr Chilllngworth refusedto totally consumed by fire last Sunday.
satisfactory can correspondence accept the! action of the convention Among the valuable! contents of his Hfcrary -,
Capt. Hsrdee as a to himself and to the satisfaction: of the groom was, attended by his brother, Laxative\ Bromo Qulalue Tablets curea
if destroyed
and this and ran Independently. Now I under were complete files of
Collector iug.gestlou
didate for Tax: Deuhatu Coxetter, of this city a* best
cold la one day. No cure, No PaY.25c, .
public. of bolter the the Southern Post of
concurred In.;, The next of- of stand the definition a case sixty-five year.,
was and Francis P. 'Fleming.: Jr.,. '
Is man,
# was then taken up, The name of Mr. Powell hereby just cited covers one. It may not be out ago and the! Central deorgian of fifty
.e Gamble
Assessor ,
jQce, Tax: of Jacksonville, and Breckenridge
e- and McDonald remarked that "This is presented to the Democratic action voters In the of South Carolina. After the ceremony KNOX HATS-standard of the worldat of place for me to state here that Mr. years agO,: duplicates of which are not
'their
Dade, subject: to In existence.THE .
embarrassing wejjave two caadldatCly elaborate wedding .breakfast was ANTHONYS Boa. C. C. Chilllngworth, (his ion) was a .
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primaries to be held July 15th. ?
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LABOR NOT FRUGAL /ruined: napthat we hnd fine clothes ant

One furniture dud fine bouses beOaus s -F f't.Th1' 1 IUSf COX&T bP Pi4 1ttD4 nSlt

THE CLAIM THAT AMERICAN WORK other people were looking them bu PAUI C. JONES W. C. MINNICK tina I* P.UtIII- RIQA1NED t I

if everybody was blind except ourselves 1 r !,n
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d Pair of I.BO Certain*-Javtlaa ing |2 a day who have two\ pairs of lac

Baldwin Elxplalua film Heoent S<.r.- curtains in their front' windows. :D1as Contractors
that; .........t. many thousands as there are such .Building .e. LOCAL TIME CAI.D No. '41. Inv Effect 'Juno 8, 190

1, The following, from the New York cases are they too many.; They keep DOWN. NO ?H$OUNI>J E0 W. '
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tho children, who are always wanting. Only the Best of Mechanics .... 39 NO. 88 N., $ Me. $2
ment further than the that ,, UNI.
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to play with them and are always beIng J 5 Dally Bally D.ll DollyWPl'rttevl"
Justice Baldwin' declaration may furnish told they mustn't; they are 'always
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"The average American workingman can afford luxuries: : and fine parlorsbut PALM BBACII FLORIDA tJ iJ H P caps ;.;..;.".'.....;...;.','.'"r..'..uRret.!//.toneites.. 1'.!'..t.II..;.r.;..:...;;,...;.;.';;....".'!.' 0 J> St1..p
using the term 'worktngman'apply to the man with a family and snhil S 1 11 .. ... .. rr t
: ; to all who earn their dally; bread Income better stay clear of them, and a i ::::.::;;::.,:::::::::::;: :.i.N <>K t.::;:::::::::::::La::;::::: t H ,. rQ

by employment, eats too much and the wives will be happier in the long t _t" flfl! r. ::::;::::::::::::;::::::: : .1:::::.:::':::: :::.::.::::::: I : fj. i

dresses too well furnishes his home well. ... I'' ......Ormond. ................. ...... 1" $
run as f .U i
13SOUG ............. ..........Pore Orange........................ t > .
too lavishly and general, spends a "The fact Is, taking through Arner & ........................X w 6!n'ter..7. tP',
.. .... ............ ....... iek: ... .
great deal more money than he ought lean society. It Is the same story every. id ....... DIp .. .... ..I TU..vlll...... ..............;. ....:.. ifI
where The clerk with a salary of $1,- W. S. BELL t: ....... ............ .........:......0000............................ ..... I
to."The reason for that state of affairs 000 a year wants to live-as well as the Jg .....,. gap' .........................Rnokledtr*.... ..............." Ig... .... \ p
oj, ........ ............. ...........$ .... .... s.1!: ..
is the universal desire on the part of clerk with an Income of $1,60O. The : ... ... 30p.. .. ...... ulbourn..t..J. ..li",
all to be as well dressed, to live in ae tradesman earning $2,000 wants aa Contractor BuilderWEST t. ......... Up ........................?tlebuele....,..................... 11 .e.r.I..: a' -a
and :14; ....... ODp .. ............- ... II (A a .."t"+,
good style: and be as comfortable aud good a house as his neighbor whose ... 801'... Pl"r.'e..,............ 10 4 I. ...- Ii

showily housed as the beet of ohe's profits reach $3,000 a year. The bank ::::..A::: I m :..._.....wliltoCltir Tiwiai i*....i..:..::::::::::::::.1000 a .:::;::: .


neighbors." cashier wants to live as well as the PALM BEACJI, FLORIDAThe 8. ....... ..............Eilen. ............ ...loeea...... gAalp
Such is the view of the economic president of the bank and he in turnenvies ....... .... "". n................ ... ...
erection and repairing of Buildings of--descriptions given peraoual' ....... .."''tuar ......................lJ. Ira .. .. .. '
status of the worklngmen of Americain the manner of living Of the attention. PLANS AND SPECIPICATIONS FURNISHED ....... Aa p.. &"Ind..................... .... ft 44 a .. .... i

the conception of Justice Simeon president of the big insurance company ON APPLICATION. All work wetland promptly :::::;r.: t IEp :...WeiD We,Palm t Jupiter.Be.eR.I ::::::::::::::::::::: 9 4ONe.Ma ::::::: !i'3 reN

Eben Baldwin, LL. D., of the supreme with ten times the amount of done., References given' desired. ....... ....'... ......................... aaSa L.... .. ..r.
court of Connecticut and professor of tp look after. ....... .Op...,,............ ..Ft.lsuder... .,..."................. 'fM.. ......u .
money Completely Equipped for First-Class .......1 8 ..,. ......Lemon CUT....... ............. ......
American constitutional law and private "There never was a country as rich Plumbing .......10 A0 Ar......,... .......Miami............... .......t4i........
international law in Yale university. as ours Is, but we are not beginning to Residence 6n Eveinlu Street, near Lake Front. P. 6. Box 361. .
t s tf BUFFET!: PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN U AND T8.BHANCII .
A man of much learning, wide save as much as our'grandfathers did ,

observation and many years of worldly In proportion to cur'' means nor even LINES 80nEDTJtE3..

experience is Judge Baldwin. lie is as much as did our fathers and the

deeply interested in his fellow men and rainy day is pretty sure to come for Want a Mo. 87 Ne.BB Ne.83 No. 49Daly No.47 .ALATKA Ne.4S No.48 Ne. BO HP, 84No. N
has done much in a philanthropic and this eolmtry. We have not got through ,PallyII Dally Deity SWANOU.LT PallyTjinr Zany Holly DiY br 1

charitable way to make living easier with panics and commercial crlBes.They'come ,'- 7 3 p Faiaik n AiAr r 1 4 D $ _tA
019 0 I4 B.Peletka,L> o on & ear 1A B I "
and better for them. A learned Jurist, along In the United States House Built? .

be Is a student of conditions and a tearless with the regularity; of clockwork once 87Dully No. 45Dally *AXT MATBO BBAlfOir. No.49 No.I I1BI
thinker bold and incisive In his or twice in a generation. The man in yAUy ,lltll

statement of opinions and so well respected such times of tribulation who owus his II. T. Grant, Contractor and lluildfer Is 6 10 a e. e.0 'x at e.................. .. p ;
k prepared to give '' **'* .AM
that he house knows how to live L I 80 Af .......?r..............San MaMo.........,.......,,......
Was
recently president in. a thrifty prompt service and.satisfactory work to i ally one need. .!

I" of an International association of law. and economical way.' ing anything in the construction' line. Batur'y NoTSS Ne SI )s. 10 No. 17Dally Ho. 8Dally MAYPOBTjBBAJJOll. !QS Ndpi' *e Y i,
yers. Ills essays on law and economics "Of course a 'man may be a miser, Daily Dally D'atly'SiOa pelt ? '
_ command, respect and attention and everything in the same way may Call on or address onlnn. Rxau gsadn l bb r, ti
4t a
' ;,wIdely. be carried too far. But economy is :H. -T. GRA NT If O ? p + 1 p A g 9 M 00.a"Ly H Jsokwa.Juokwa llA llle LT Ar a b t7 r. S Ma 0 j ,t hy I IlEN0
"The American workingman has, perhaps good In principle and thrift Is a good C t pWlO& "PsbleJ1.ae h Sloe ? 00aMa p p

less need to save money than one thing. The reputation of being thrifty 0-0-1902 WEST PALM UEAClI, FLORIDA. iii D ? IlP t 66 IP C lptol6e'10 80 a r'AeleaYsBuh"Ma r Lv a else OOa f 40 a Rite t 1
that belongs to any other class In the Is good for the employer aud for the
-------- Dixie flyer Rout* Sleeping Car operated on. tralni(and J.
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community because-nevermind whether employee.'} '.
the business pays or not-the employee r.| 3><3xS!<. ;!)( i>@)@@\\i: IiKi@iI 12 Ne. S Ne. 1Dally ORAKQB CntTTTLv. Ne.t N.. 4
No.
No. II
>
_ is sure to get his wage, said LABOR SAVING MACHINERY. Dally VSSSISSLf.'fUu.YiHe Dally I Dally BBANOII Drat Dodrv

f. Judge Baldwin at his home when I 'fot1thettn PeopleWho Me.T .....A.LT D p 1o ....N. Jrna..,. r p
f, called upon him. His views upon the What It Has Dm and What It 18 a .,. ,., .Mime, .,...Lr I Q7 P it p il At a f T. ...Lake Helen..Lv J I0
economics of working life had been Ml.ht Do 11'0...tb. Ness ll.o.. ,: 8M a LT...... OiMen. .,...LYI.T. it t o 4 00 p it 88 a Le. .Orange OHor..t.v 0 p 1/
of 8ft a .n. brprieelea?..L. U 80a p 114o a Ar.bnug. Oily 3ot.t.r 0 p 0 p,
Whatever of this are thinking winter home in
else be said building
t: given partially a-'few days previously may a pees \'eenord ,.. .1100 a.
before a club of workiugmen."Many earth she is generous In her resources. West Palm Beach should: WRITE to These Time Tables show the anal at wWrhiralne roar be enpeoted to arrive add d.p.rtII II
concerns that are making For centuries she has sent forth fruit from Uinoi tbe tlmee elated le not iraaranteed

nothing for their stockholders this year for the benefit of mankind, and 'she ; J. M. M. '\BR06K tram> dose theCompsayholeIM.ltnepen.tbl.lotanydelay or any eons.queaaarl.lug there* | 'yI ;,

f'' nevertheless pay wages every; Saturday seems disposed to do so centuries' {'
_
night' to in If to I Architect Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
every man their employ. _come... I and :Builder i !
the concern falls, the bands get their we live in a worm or plenty a worm
r for Plans and Specification*!. Contracts for size building: BETWEEN MIAMA! KEY WEST AND HAVANA.sournaouirD. s
:wages Just the dame because the law of tremendous natural resources. Nor' any ,
makes them preferred in order of pay has the human race been slow In utilIzing [whether hotel or private house, given personal car and Super J. NORTHBOUND.IT. : .

ment. Probably that is why the Amer. these natural resources and add. vision. Address, Went Palm Beach, Florida. Lv.Mlsme.Mons.Weds........ ....... Havana,Tuei,ThtirlAr. ...::-:-:.........,lGOOAt .
.. ...... .......i ...... ,.. .....
icon factory operative does not think it ing to them by Its inventive genius. r es. .@(! .-X..OW.>',Tn. 'J.b. ... I.1111' K y We iTuee.TliureLr. &
Vnt.Tun Thure. Key We.t.Tuee.Thure.. ..
necessary to save much. Still, sickness Labor saving: machinery Is at the Ar.Lv.: Havens, werte.*Frle...,:::;:;:::::::: Ar. Mlama. Rted.. Frln....::,..:.?.::::::: IJ'
and death are sure to come some day, bottom of the demand for shorter hours .
Local Card addreu
I For copy of Time. any Agent.J.
,,
and every sensible man owes It to himself of toll. It is a mighty question and I "
and to his wife and children to has performed the greatest revolutions JAMES H0LLEYBUILDER D. HAHNKK, Asst. Gen.paa.; Agent. ST.AVGUST1Ir

make some provision for a rainy day. In the history of the world. Tesla and

The common method of saving Is by Edison have told us over and over :_ _... ....J -----.- -
membership in some fraternal order; again' that most of the work of the future
PI.ANSAND SPECIFICATIONS ;
FUHNISUBD ON ApPLICATION. .J
but unless the order Is recruited constantly will be performed by machinery.It .
WEST PALM -
BEACH, FLORID 0
by young men the order will Is during the past fifty years that I-8-tf

come to grief In time if It has not a labor saving machinery has played so ro" _ '
large reserve fund. important a part in our Industrial life. 4 wrRlchrnond

The manner In which it seems to me It Is often assumed that this class of Is good enough for ; W..hin.to.. Baltimore ;v ''

the workIngman best protects himselfIs machinery does not displace labor but P A ROID I Phll.delphl. 'Do.ton Atlanta tie

by laying aside regularly a part of we have only to reckon the labor saved Ja.h111.. Ch.Uan. .e Louinvill

bis earnings in a savings bank. When to understand that it really does displace UNCLE MROOFING Cincinnati, St.! I.ouia Kansa CUr

Ue> has a little laid up, be should buya millions of working men and Detroit Cle..land s
lot, mortgage it it necesary and then women. P..bur.c

pay on until it is clear. That point Tbe machinery In the mills and factories and you will find that it Chtcatfo.. '+'

having been reached, he ought to begin of Great Britain Is equal to the I P Zi
is
the building of a borne, mortgaging labor power of 600,000.000 men. In the best for you. }.

again If need be. If be Is frugal, in ten single state of Massachusetts machinery oheSourUfRN .H

or fifteen years be has his home, a -Is doing the work of 00,000,000 The specifications for the work which the Weather Bureau u Department -
house over his head that he will leaveto men. Comparo the work has In view
one man can at Jupiter, call for PAROIO ROOEING.
his wife and family a legacy not
,
do today'Ith 'the human
same labor For samples and prices wrIte RAILWAYROUTE
half so easily used up and spent as 100 years ago. Today one man and .

:would be the proceeds of two or three two boys can spin as much cotton as GEO. F. PADDISON Eau Gallie Fla.ftd&xS&3c ,
{ death benefits. .
-
1,100 spinners could have done 100 te-tf
"The workingmen will ask where to and OF THE CELEBRATED: TRAINS:
years ago one weaver now does
get the money to start home building the work of
fifty-four.
; '
THe I
with.! It Is easy for any single man to Labor saving machinery enables us % X".JCC.AC: Sol; thern's Palm Limited .,,

save something out of his wages. A to produce 100 times as much as our THe
man earning $1.50 a day can save at grandfathers could have done with the TO ALL INTERESTED Washington, Richmond and '

least 25 cents every day. It he does same number of hands. Why, then, I ol da Limited

not use tobacco and beer, he can save should we work only one or two hours TII THe Now York .
more. When he marries and sets up less' than and Florida Exprema,
per day our grandfathers?
his own house and table, a man who not have I TO THE
Why some of the great benefit EAST.
earns '1.150 a day ought not to expectto derived from labor saving machIn- I Peninsular Electric i C Construction

live as well as his neighbor who Is ery for the laborers? 'I THe Chicago and Florida Special >a '
making $2 a day. That neighbor ought
Why we now produce 10 much surplus -
not to spend as much as his shopmata wealth that the "foreign market" COMPANYIS THe Florida Limited '

I :who earns $2.DO. has become a leading political ques TO THE AND -
NORTH
"That is the trouble with us Americana ,NOW to the of thee WCST. .*
tlon. With the aid of the present machinery open patronage public of West I
We are all trying to live as well the work of the world might Palm Beach and vicinity
as the men who are making a little be t.ar(
performed with a four hour work
more than we are,as well as our neighbors Electric Construction of All Kinds.Annuno ... JtltmanhSt..phlC'! ne Jack.aavln. to Clnbiaa.H. m.
.
..
.v. Land of the .
and the best of them"The day.Why 'Sky. ,
is it Cat poverty and progress ton, Call lielln, llurglar and Fir.Alarm item m Specialty. Through tralaa via The Southern '
worklngman lives too well for Railyare epcrated la i
his own good, says Judge Baldwin. have gone hand in hand? The trade S ALL WORK UVAItANTEKI connection with the PUnt System and Florida Hut Ceat v
unionists say Let thework of the world Pullman **"** Can and Hotel ,. ,
'
: Pinia Can uTrou7
More In detail he explained: be done with machinery; let us substitute OfHces In Jefferson Block, 10-18-lf t ra a.. .a ,1J
"One way we spend In America
money;
faster than In other countries is on machines for men In every department P. O. 394, West Palm Beach, Fla.: Ask for Tickets via a.sther'.Ranway.
of production; let iron and steel, CerrMp-nde-oe .tllelts*.
our tables. The wellas
workingman, as
steam and electricity, that do have
; not
*
the leisure man eats too much. We :V3&XXX&3: >C r>X
aching backs and tired .
muscles that
,
eat a great deal of meat, more than cannot be brutalized, do the whole of H. F. CAREY; FU. p... A U Us v. Bay st, j fao vuk, ru.S. ,.1 'u

any other country. The wealthy and the heavy work, and let brains plan, H. HARDVICK
poor eat too much, and neither is any W. H. TAYLOE '
guide and control them. BOND
But above &
the healthier for It. On the other side BOND COMPANY Gal r_ *
Agent, A.'l Cn.1
all else, let humanity all of our brothers P... Ajent.
of the Atlantic nobody thinks of bar-
lag anything for breakfast except a share In the progress. (INCOltrOICATEO.) Vuhlngtaa, D. C. AlUnl*.'O.. "
Tbe first step to be taken, then, Is the Jmmmmw 15 k907. s
cup of coffee and a little bread, possibly
reduction of the day's toll to eight MANUFACTURERS OF
an egg; half of them not that much.
hours. Eight hours would mean high I
have ___ _
They two solid meals for dinner u
er wages, more wives at home, moron

and supper. "hllt1p"n.------- .In- ...h",1-__.. .n"e__u ..let.-. ... ._.-_.....,u.__. LUMBER LATH AND S
"The doctors say, and I believe they INGJJlL
the face of the earth
we are pro ,
'are right; that twq solid meals a day ducing fabulous wealth annually and _. BURTON E. GOE 'GO.

are enough for anybody and every. millions In Flooring and '
body. Of course the man who works yet are poverty and Igno Siding Ceiliag0. Brick: Lime and Cement.
rance. Let as If neceuary produce
jiwlth his hands needs to eat more and e IN
8TOCJ-
Uttle less wealth and a little more sunshine .
heartier food than the man who works and Joy iu the homes of the toll Gravel Roofing. Concrete Asphalt
Paving
'with his head only. But fruit and vegetables ers. OFFICE. AND YARDS 3.1.1902 ,

(food' are the healthiest kinds of Tbe long hour day tends to produce ON F. E. C. RY..
along with This
bread for most
men."Our
Company after
doing considerable
crime and misery, poverty and Intern work for

I more or ancestors less, probably, 40,000 lived years In trees ago, per a nee. The short hour workday tendsto Between' Poincetta. St. and Lake Worth.. McDonald, McGuire, Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson) '

kilning off: fruits and vegetables and produce a better race, more wealth Mayor Whllldin, Dr. Munyon, W. P. lIatuhe t. Anthony
for the masses and a far better civilization.
;what they could pick off: the'bushes.. .-F, Q. B. Gordon. LAKE WORTH BOAT Brothors and others, will go away for the present, but will be
iWe know deal WORKS
a !good more than they back to complete-
contracts for
here
work
and
did. but they were a good deal healthier Miami la
Growth *>( JU V. .! L. A. T. HOS13. Proprietor. AUGUST.
Any one
and livelier than we are I suspect desiring work of this kind would do well
''and It we ate more of the same far The American Federation of Labor Launches Yachts, Sail and Fish Boats, Row Boats and Dlnghys to writs BURTON E. COE COMPANY
b during the first quarter of 1002 Issued Built to Drier: Overhauled either Jacksonville
;w might more like them In that Repaired or Hanled Out.
.respect. charters to two international bodies, Boat Yard. at ,Mangonia. or Tampa. Our prices are reasonable, and all our 'work is' ''
slzry-four central bodies and thirty local guaranteed. +.
"Then, as for our houses and furnt .
.
0 18 tf
I itur.4 Dr. Benjamin Franklin! _.used.. to trade unions. > P. O. address WEST PALM BEACH, FLA rEast Coast Wdrk SdiicitfeO; S'.. {.;





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TH) TROPICAL J510&, tvi' f-kljl: iC&: *LOB1DA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1902., 7'
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.: '.' '/'HAPPENINGS lauded and peach orchard possessions OF Tiho twelfth annual coiave'stL-"nt of the'Southern
NEWS THbOUTSIDE I
In North Georgia near Dalton, where Educational\ Association commenced East CDast Lunta r M Supply Company

ABOUT THE STATE he has a peach orchard of 160 acres, the WORLD at Chattanooga, Teun., on, Tuell.day.

, fruit of which is getting ready for the There is a very large attendance .

( packer, and which operation be will personally Jfor the fiscal) year ending i Juueiotb, oillce i' '

.. paragraph. >> *' of Interest'Concernlngthe / overuee.' When through with Items otJpterest,Boiled' Down' and Iha'recordd' at Ellis IslauU, N: "w Vork General; Eau Gallie, Fla.

Great State of,. Florida hat he will again make a journey to Prepared: for Busy ReHel's.Recol'd thaw that nearly 500,000 emigrants, landed Yards Tituslle Eati Qallie Forf Pierce ;
,
In General. hlcagOi .from which city he retuined at that port. For the month of June *_

to Florida a tew day ago, to consummate / of( a Week. i alone, the number e.7eedec} } 30,000

I An etIol't'ts being marie to organize a a sale of the Georgia, Florida ,Figures given out by the Canadian I m ret'* '.t ck of t|nDUeiiuuildlDK: Material of all kinds. Sash,

btauth' of the V. M. C. A. at Key.West Southern aud TampaJElallroad In which There is 4 serious outbreak ,of cholerat Department of Immigration\ \ show that Do&reltitde,, ; and Builders' Hardware.
partially developed Hue he has a large I IInterest. Manila -. '
Goernorjeunlugs la In Washington the arrivals of immigrants for-,tbe year
A thla'week on official business In connec. This road is to run from Tal- Race troubles threaten' at CS'I"tOU" ftl.) ending June 30th, we'6.oo..), on I increase .

1:1: 'lo'ltlth.: ,,(.b 'ludlao War Claims. )ahasfle to Tampa through almost a vir. where the white moulders in a large ,of, more than 15,000 over lust Address "all orders to the General Olllce. J

) Rln[ forest, landing at Duunellgn and onudary Insist on \h' discharge of all year.: The increase: Is principally from ,

"tile, : early peach crop of Florida hasJjeen Cry'salRirer. en route! to..thay City., negro employees.Two Great Britain and the United States.
marketed and the growers are now Chicago capitalists have wade a very PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
later'Yd trolley cars smashed together A Havana despatch says: "The failure ;
ni th jr attention to the -
flattering offer for this and '
.' property' near :Marlboroug Mass., last Sunday, of the United States to grant reciprocity & $
: "letJe when they to Mr Mann's figures, ROGERS .
\\ get
resulting III the death of one mptoriuaiind to Cuba hall driven! from thei!. ,a o.oiiin.mflwonTH, OKO.o.ovmiiK
p Jack qire people have been expe. which they are approaching by degrees
the of business
injury forty-five passengers.Miss land practically all of the large
ClIILLINaWORTlf&CUKnil SilverWare
jleficlng/ : jevere heat wave; tlurlug the bey Can have [Itaud, the work of buildng $ t1
society Interests established during the J periodof
,past! week:, the thermometer Registering and equipping the Hue will begin inearnest Josephine Gardner, a girl ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
high aa 96 degrees In the ahade.v ;, opening of the finest of Auburn, N. V., eloped with her fa- intervention.! Even such strong '
an
\ : up-one I Tea
Armour & Co. And Swift & Spoons
: her'a negro coachman. The enraged louses as AV'- timber and farming sectionsin he
.,,,,; .c \:The (fen year ''old daughter of Squire'ng State.". ( father tracked the couple to Schnectady, Co."quit this week." J:I.a: 75 Cents and

\ a'prosperous colored farmer living '-S.- and brought his daughter home, The fine residence of C. It. Pendleton, .'. DXISTGAI.F '- :; I up

,, nJI Gainesville, perished in a fire that edit r of the Macon Telegraph wan yy '
'
/ ejaroyed the family borne last Friday' THE NEW DEPARTMENT. last Tl'e Saturday middle States and heavy were losses storm of swept Jife totally consumed by fire last S lIday. TTORNEY-A"T.LA W.NOT"RY. 1 Tablespoons! : ,.

( ight.!; There are several children In the Among the valuable contents of his,,,library PUBLIC. "
... ..... and. property are reported from several U Ter Set, If.SO
fire I.ark tb
I kmfty an4,while the house was on De. of of Interact destroyed were complete! files of Will practice County, &anU Iwloral, *
rt be mother thought she law all of them t.r I. Drggtn I. Coajrre.e.Two cities and towns In Tennessee, Ken. Courts. I LI and up .
the Southern Post of sixty-five ...
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'n the yard. It was not till the housov negative factors, one perhaps tucky, Indiana, Texas and North Car. and the .Central Georgian of years fifty LAND cAsks A. SPKCIALTY. H. I I'Knives :
dependent the other, Indifference olina.A ago
v la ruins that the distracted parents upon Office TROPICAL BUM Block,, : Pet Set,
yi and a lack of increase In patronage years ago, duplicates of which are net
fc {\\J|.ccK. ,ered the fact that one of the child. lave been operating against the bill to severe rain and wind storm swept in existence.: Vest Palm Bunch. Dtulv County, f lorlila 4.ts $3 and up

I had'been burned la .d atb. Later cross St. Louis ou Sunday, doing damage 1
create: a new departmental commerce A New York despatch, dated Sunday,
charred remains were found. and labor. to the extent of $250,000.: The H.B.. 8AUNDKUS.! Prices on ,
says "The Clyde Line steamer Apache. .
creatlou ot such department World's JPajr grounds were covered with
ta rs. Will Whitalcer, of Braldentown, The a ,
comparatively new vessel which wa ATTORNEY AT
a ,
'In from the results of a involving the addition ot one memberto water and one large building was des LAW. Sterling Silver
Tampa
ij 1 placed In the New York, Charleston and
the cabinet, was advocated vigorously stroyed. Corner Olive and Datura Streeta,
from
which received a sting.
she
J L' g by the pr sident In his first message Jacks in villa service last year, left here
r while la bathing in Manatee bayf' Toronto, Catrada, has been selected as 10-6-1 WKST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Quoted on
to congress. Several bills for that; today Philadelphiawhere\ she will be .
&, ut. month .K. The-etlng: which tbo meeting place of the nest triennial 4W .ApplicationRallrvad
: purpose were Introduqed: and one of o cut in two parts and a section of about
U:$. 'received made her violently ill, and them, known an the Nelson' bill, has convention ot the International Sunday sixty feet added, in order to increase thecasel's A.J.. LiVIS.! .

'1 tier ,several weeks it was decided to passed tho senate by a nonpartisan School Convention in 1905. The world carrying capacity. When the Ln.eArYORNEYArLAw Watch

briDg, her t JVmpa. but the efforts of vote and la now In the possession of convention I In, 1904 will\ be held at Jerualem. Apache Is completed her sister ship, the and NOTARY PUBLIC. TIMEtlNSPECTOR '
her life. She the house i committee on, commerce. .
4 ''fI "tilO, save Arapahoe the latest addition to the Acmtol the U. S.Fl.l.llty A Quarinty Co.,ol
W. H. Vande. That committee Is.. holding a series of it.ltlmoro.Md. > FLORIDA EAST COAST
t.
4.Jo"'f"'orCa1: > It Is currently rumored In Atlanta that fleet, will to Philadelphia fort
M'' :, 3 t t ltt Taideatown. and the wife of i hearings upon the subject It is to be he Central of Georgia Railroad is to be Clyde go" Xllce at comer ol ClematU Avenue. und Nar- PLANT SYSTEM
I regretted: that these bearings attract so e same operation. CIO>>1I1I Strata, over B ,robn1'. ..to..., i4iooaWeatralraBeaoh. SEABOARD AIR LINJACKSONVll.LE
/\ Whitaker, a wealthy resident of' off the and the lines composIng ,
wiped map -
the advocates & SO'WESTERNR.J.RILES
little attention because
tI [ general The Kansas City Star pays; :_ The largest .
affclace."Not It divided between the Southern and -
: : : of the new department-
cot ten mill Jn the world Is to be .
only the largest orange( grower In representative 6f many branches of the Georgia Southern and {florida, while built within thirty miles of Kansas City. TT. I miANNING. :

;the State but Mr. Steton 'Ia I probably trade and Industry. They are well Informed the Atlantic.. Valdosta and Western Is Ten million dollars is. to be Invested, i 225 Weit Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.SPEODL'S .

th largest corn growe thle!year In Flor ,and some of them are eloquent.But also to be given to the latter road.The'Pennsylvania f3"looouo; of which has already been Attorney nn< CoiinsaUor-at-Law, .

''lila., The'crop Is estimated" at about the new'fact dl.'partment.bas remains that the little proposed of Railroad Company I 0 subscribed by Eastern and Western men (OlUi-e. over Bank,) -

...I..ooo bushels, and In some fields the "practical politics"In Its support There has now definitely agreed to pay the W; B. Smith Whaley, president\ of the 2-.619OZ| : WEST: PALM BEACH,. FLAT

..average will be 30 bushels to the acrtf. would be a new depal'tmentalsecretary city .of..New York 1. ,950,200 for the Olympia and Gran by cotton milU..of Columbia EXPRESS

With other field cropa there will be In the official household of the presi right to carry its tracks through a tunnel: S. C.ls to be president and gen AMES E. AKDKKYVS

i plenty' ofMood 'made for the to odd dent. and there would be one assistant under the ;North river and across .the eral manager of the eut rprlse. The A TTORNEY.A T-LA W. }>'\\I ndt.llre, moved, Daglragetl'allsruful
'
'hrses and mules kept .\\n the Stetson secretary, but the new department city. This is the largest, sum ever paid : mjll will have 500,000' spindles and,li.coo NOTARY PUBLIC and general

grove to last until another crop Is would be composed for the'most part by any corporation to that city or fo any I, 'looms, It will employ four thousand 1)1-05) log ilono at reasonable -

,made. 9erY.f rmer in the county can by a consolidation of existing bureaus, other ,for street franchises, and It exceeds operatives and have a pay roll of $:Z.450- PronecutluK' Attorney nlBrevnrcl Co rates.TwoSeated. "

do this and not send out of the State with little change In personnel and by more than $1,000,000 the orlg. 000 a year. The capacity of the mill will FT. PlEBCK AND TlTUSVItttt FtA.. Carriage .
with- decrease In the independence of
for a pound of grain or.a bale of hay for nal estimate. _.__. 5-8.1yr
be bales of cotton a with ati
year
: their action which the chl fa of. some 170,000 Or Single Buggy o
Record
.... the stock:-DeLand of tberftt\ bureaua oppose, naturally, If It ia reported In Mexico Hity that a output .of 75,000,000 pounds of finished ][. KOJJII1NS, "
The Tampa correspondent of the narrowly.. prominent New York life {insurance cow cloth. The value of the auunal output QEO. For hire by hour or day.

(, jnville TUtrea Union and Citizen lack'j One otthe advocates of this measure,, any will withdraw from Mexico on will It is estimated, amount to twelve Attorney and Counselor-at-Laut! Leave orders fit Manilla House.

4 'flicIa1 notice baa been received who has appeared before the bouse account'of having lost heavily through and bree- Wilt In State and Federal Courts, .
In charge of the Tampa Btfy Hotel I committee on commerce, is Theodore recently exposed frauds perpetrated by mill will revolutionary in Us construc practice

t r >rty: 'thut the winter season would i O. Search or Philadelphia, president of a gang of Spaniards, who bave been In. non. :Electricity will be used as the TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the! National Manufacturers' associa motive tnd several new devices '
: t-33-iyr
power _
I "fif't/q- December, and that A. E. Dick tion. Mr. Search said to a correspond. curing heavily the live'of men "of no will be installed. There will be four ,/ Don't Forget.

o has had charge of the hotel for sev ent: '- landing' in the community and then ,mill buildings, covering an aggregate of L D. EATON, M.. D. .'.
.
.. ', 'ral'8Oas'ous'past would b -tbI managed "The main point that 1 am striving simulating death and burial and collect- :t400o.ftcPee of ground. '
That we have at all times
. HOMSOPATHI3T.WEST ,
- for the coming season. It hal also been to Impress upon. members of congressIs lug the Insurance money payable 'to -sq. .

1<
; pool In the auditorium will be 6pened to alone among modern civilized nation miei" have been burled aiuljn.! otbets 13,00! ANTHONY BROS. Cli-mutl: Av uuu, nuxt to Maaonlc: :; Tmnple.

., itbepublic in a few days, and that, pro. in not having represented In Its execu corpses of people of the lower class. -.-- --+- Olllco hours H 8ulllluy.to \I]) a.,,,:U.,tu:a to";4'.,und u. T to Mp.ui. FLORIDAANDVESTERNfATS

r ',V(i vUled the city will detail policeinun to tive branch of,government,9n.'con'- :, The Insurance company ,ls reported to WEBSTER.AS A, DKINKER. Buoclal Atrantlnn lIven tn Diseases" of
". centratecT department the Immense interests '
-keep guard, the gtounds will be opened lave l lost t $.100,000 lit the State of Nueva Wuiiivu niul Children.
of manufactures and Industry, ',
,'. Mo the public during<< the evenings of the Leon alone..Reports The Orent-Orator'; 'D.p Potnllom ,
Such department would form centei
a a; -
.
D.for. Two Famous Speveh tr c. iioou, M. OtPHYSCHN '
summer." where labor and capital could meet of cropcoiidit1ns throdgh'outCanada Daniel Webster was Invited to Rlchmoml -' ,.L* >

M. J. Crews a Duval county farmer and where their relations could best b. ., are the best ever,. received at' la the fifties He accepted the Inyltatlou. o AND SURQEON.Omoe Live and Dressed Turkeys
a.,
: near Baldwin, was shot from adjusted In recommendations as to leg his period of the year. All through On- came-to RlcDmond and wentto ovur Strohm's Store, WEST PALM Chickens Butter

am h.Tburad'evening while Sitting, islation and in the distribution of statistics ario the winter wheat; J... in a strong. the !exchange: hotel. He was; Invitedby ItKACll. RoBtdonoo near Royal Polnclana ,

loll' the veranda of his home. The facts and, general Informatlon.-Tha health forward condition. JTn Manitoba tbeo state legislature to address Hotel. 1'ALM BEACH. li Cheese, Eggs Etc.
( lack of such a department is the, more
$s brought out at the coroner's inquest do- where'the wheat crop is two weeks them and the people of Richmond"* anda '
odd because of the upbuilding of
_ were briefly these, that shortly before mestlc manufactures and tbe tremendous ahead of last year, the grain'Is reported committee, consisting of James Lyons R- B. FUTTEiU. BI. D.,' Prompt Attention to Mail Orders.
of Richmond and Robert B. Scott of .
.
the shooting: occurred Jack .Crews', the Increase In our export trade as a t;> be developing splendidly' and the Fauiiulcr, two of the most eminent ,
and his -family went out the ot.a in the history of the country a-aa-oa: w ;:BT PALM BEACH FI.A.
j murdered man( result of policy; protective largest crop lawyers in the state, were sent down to I
on the front porch and lifter being ta rllr. is expected. The,latest advices front the hotel to escort him to the capital Faber Bro's Market
r "Agriculture baa Its own bureau and estimate of hard wheat f\ 1'. P1.ATTS \I. D.
seated there a while began to eat some I Winnipeg a yield building. They found Mr. Webster, In

( watermelon from the farm. While thus yet our' manufactured products exceedIn for Manitoba and the,Canadian Northwest a state of Intoxication in such degree a PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON. West Palm Beach.

.. ; engaged a, shot was heard, and Crews value nearly; four times the value !ot Territory of Seventy million' bush: that a/rv Lyons said to Mr. Scott: '"This
; agricultural products. England! ; Telegrams dellToreil all bourn of the da 1--1<10.
must >
'fell back in the'chair in which be was els. The .jrailw.ay companies are jubilant man cajilt make a speech. You
with her board of trade, and Germany, his Mr. ScotV replied. "No and night
% V4 ,eated, anddled almost instantly He.did Franc, Belgium,../tiistrla. Russia, Hun over the prospect of big earnings take nina can place.take the place of Daniel Web-,I, 12-29-190 FORT PiBRCK. Fla. -

not utter a word, and only a cry of' agony gary ,Netb lands, Spain|! Portugal l, 'or'aiiother year and the farmers of the sier." I 'T'Build :

and pain was heard. No clue -can be Switzerland Italy and even Persia, great Canadians Northwest, .will be .enriched After delay, during which Mr. Webster I>U. 1IOUOIITOX' :I

obtained as to who ia the murderer. each::with a.department. or bureau corresponding to an enormous extent. Improved a little he.was asked Ube DEN TOS"

at- Mo. in. Its functions to out Proposed There was a riot between, white and would go to the capital. He replied. Houses .:,
of
the chamber commerce HOLLAND DOCK fHOfiK l.
department of commerce, are ftjao "
g'bile\ last Monday, W. B. Hshn. a former colored passengers on a Southern Rail "Yes. With great difficulty. Messrs. WEST PALM BBACH: 4
;,; of Pensacola was much better rgunlzed for the great" way train at Langley; S. C, about 7 Scott and Lyons; supported and helped Move Houses {:,
well known resident coming competition foreign trade. reachedthe
him to the capitoL When they '
..; : presented with'a handsome gold medal, Mr. Search refrains from making o'clock Saturday evening in which pistols rotunda near the Washington statue L. .DANIEL. Repair Houses.. .

." : appropriately engraved to' commemorate specific recommendations as to what and kntvea- were freely used. Ten Mr. Lyons said ":Ur. Webster, do DENTIST, Shop work '
bureaus should be consolidated in the white men were shot and cut more or will .,
medal "It
The was speak
.' ,:. his act of bravery. you think you can you '.
''c bought by popular subscription;' trom a na>v department He restricts himself less seriously, and six or seven negroes.All give me a drink of brandy, yes." COCOA, INDIAN RIVER FLORJlJA.t-I8-S' Repairing or .

; who .ppreclat. to advocacy of the ,general principle of the wounded, white men were residents A messenger was sent to a neighborIng .'
umbet of business men, Nor Is It proposed that the Philadelphia 'of I. METOALF \1 Dock Building.Call
ad the nerve of the deed. cud thought he Of Langley and vicinity. Only hotel and a. bottle brandy GUY .
: Commercial museum, which has Mr. Webster poured out successively :-
. two of ,the 'l negroes were captured at brought '
? should be rewarded In some way. Hon. demonstrated Its efficiency aa a promoter one named Collins, dangerously two goblets full and drank NOTARY PUBLIC on or address

Joseph C.>Rich presented the medal and oC foreign trade, shall b'e affected Langley. Another them off straIghtened himself up, Far the State of Florida at large. --- '*
about head neck.
cut and
,a,$20 gold piece on. behalf of the ,anbaoribera by the creation ot a. new-executive de named Holes was cut on shook himself as a lion might have Deeds' Mortgage, I.ea"o. %nd Contract M. J. YARBOROUCH
to the fund. Hahn Is the young partment. The Philadelphia museum, Wyatt done', walked steadily and directly to Drafted. '
tu which the whole country la ,inter nick but not seriously. The news of the Conveymnrliig a BPeel"Ii Went Palm 'Beacli. FIR.Mnloba .
which on
-lineman who recently risked hla life by I the position from All Work Unamnteeil. I.eicall<< Correct
climbing one hundred feet of the Mobile ested, would .continue its own career ol ,i riot spread, through: the country, and the sauthv.porch of the be'IVOke.: In OIHce I In fioptoil. HUN Bluck .
independent usefulness. crowds rapidly gathered in the little of 6,000 We and Ohio flagpole to aave,the)life of amaa. the presence of ,an audience
The house committee 'la confused a. Before midnight they which'consisted of the Intellectuality
named who bad fallen and factory town. people,,. R. ]
Glbney o was the senate, even before It pUlled] broke into the. calaboose e, and -shut the and beauty Richmond, male \i WALLACE MOSES Mangoes

caught on the crostrees. this bill about the position of organized twi wounded, negroes to death. and female, made his celebrated, October Successor to A.. W. Robert

A. S. Mann was in Ocaia last week, labor concerning tho absorption of the speech one. of the greatest even of INSURANCE The supply this fruit Is very
labor bureau Into the new department. There was p'great tooting of whistles REAL ESTATE AND ,
his life.
and the Star of that city, la .peaking j of limited, and the demand pressing
But unfeaa something occurs to stl along the North River at New York last Edward Everett' !IIItec1 that on the Amnt" for Went rim Beach Town Loll, alaI Orders In
"The Star en joyed pleasant are now Coming for sum.
him, says: West Palin Dvat-li Water work
ex-Stale interest it Is doubtful whether the pro Saturday .as .the. new .American( tine day Webster replied to Hayne of South NOTA1IY PVBf.IC.CtemAlI.Anu..a..OIl..eSt.re..t.. mer delivery. I can book
call.Thursday afternoon'from, .new-department wlU be created steamship'Kroonland the biggest vessel. Carolina be'' walked with him to the .. ,

Senator A.'S. 1 Manna! who'ia probably!? ,:during this session oC eongresa.wWashington ever built In America, departed on its I capltol; that be seemed so budly, ,prepared 11-ai-lUOl: Weal Palm lieiicb. Florida Only Cash Orders.

'better known over Florida than any Cor. New York Moll and Ex first trip across, :die Atlantic, The ship that hI!' doubted him aud feared D..flItOWN. to be seat by express In' the order

other man 'in the State. He came up press. I built the Cramps, of Philadelphia I tlmt.be.was not.equal.to the occasion; T. received. Price 25 cenU each,!:?2
was by
bill grove, nine' miles out that'just-rbefore be rose to speak be ARCHITECT
AND
from orange BUILDER. dozen.
J..,..... Wages.An aud so confident l is Ihe,company of and then a Money promptly retuJ.'n.ed *
Brooksvllle in Annuttalagga Ham. 'drank\ -aoblet 'or. brandy Plans aDd
from .peclftoatloo.II.'ared.. If orders exceed ,
-
idea oC the rate of wages paid to her ability to, ruee$ contract. requirement made his great speech In rcplv tollayne. supply.
work
where he Is cultivating a prom- Jobbing glvea prompt attention at
mock
factory operatives in Japan may be right or Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango
f hammock that the preliminary which I. an English classic,. Shop on Datura Street.
ising and fine eight-acre gathered f jroia the official record of th tests bave beeii walv dsad the present Such was.the effect of the beverage on wood for grafting! by a. new and ]ja-

grove. Eleven tears go he'planted on cotton spinners In 1809. The- dall; voyage: Is also the triaV trip. The Kroon- Wvbster.-Beverages.! G.KOUOK 0. UUTLEU. fer only known practical method,

this same land 500 peach trees, which wages' of the, females ranged 'from ; sister shtp the .Finland, has just : furnished at 30 cents each by mail
: baveUxirne fruit, ever since and of a penny elgbtpence and those of..the< laod'a CIVIL ENGINEER t
J or .
8d. The last been launched: lot Philadelphia, and as ..... AND express.KLURIDGE
from Is. Premets
, to .the finest' Georgia Si I.L I. males lyid. to
t quality' equal which fact lie only learned ',Jlnm '"figure, 10 shillings per week',, ooo as.completed! will\. be, pi>i on the "Let us''make the capital" stock $1. 1fPUIY COUNTY. SURVEYOR GALE,
bert s, but FOR DADE COUNTY. Mangonio Fla.:
In contact wlt,*'and feasting 'Would .be the salary of an overseer 01 transatlantic route, fanning opposite to 000,000,000" said Uis first promoter. f..1 mnt for the tnnil toepartm ot lh. a-a8if ,
b,.. by coming foreman. Eyen a skilled watcbmak the K' visit. He has
on them on his late grown earn but 6 shillings per week It must feet longer and .400 tons ,/greater dip preparing the prospectus on the type-

ao enthusiastic over their quality that he b4t remembered,' however 'that ;Japun placement than the St. Louis and New 1 1 nrlter.y l; D. M. GEAURIDEAU '. ':

will plant between each, orange tree ae labor ia not ao cheep aa It looks York also built by.tjie. Cramps for the I I "Wll| It De'> hard to Increase that cap. S.'H. RICHMOND, AgentPerriae

L ; row one of these peaches, and In a few forth* level efficiency la not ao higlaa Line. ;they are luxuriously 'Ital?" aifted the first.I PALMS! SHAVING PARLOR,, '

;years ha expects to be',amply..repaid for that ofTtha, west. I may; mention 14 American and are of. modern speed, I "No.' Indeed. 'All I bay*' to'do Is to Fir.t-ela. 7onsorla work br the Grant Land CoDay.IciAIaEs'i44tTU''t .
and spent on them passing that Japan haa now about equipped bit Ibaor key; 'i' few more tlmo.."-, w "Old ItehI'l..l "
t' the labor money designed to make the trip across tXVff U5BER HOTEL PAt&fSli : >..
being
1,250,000 cotton operative*.-Londoi.. ; Baltimore American
Citrus
county -
...." lIe is here to close up a big Leader. the Atlantic: ia eight days. I ----.". 5' 4 2't" .Ft*. 4-im CUTLER al .
..- land deal, when he will leave for his .



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IS NOW ASSURED{ 'I. Pry Goods
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GOOD
ALL-ROUND WORK "
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ONE
r for sale, ami one'?,tnncy] driving j House Bp? .' .S r .' ) ,
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1 horse standard bred. W. P. Hatcb- ,
; I 'ett. ,, 59U o ,11tk : .;'i 'and ;Ladies' Furnishings

_ FROM MIAMI TO THBfDQWER. COAST FOR RBNT.WE i THOS.' J. CRIER, -J f, \ \+. e.. ._ I I 1


t_ __-......_.._,..--ii-i-n--r- --r?, HAVE TWO for elegant Lake ViewCottages o ,* JI We Invite"the Lwllus! to call and! examine: : [
rent for next season, "
one forfooa and one for$7001; completely r Contractor /*, o o131ii1er r stock ; -,
our lately purchased!
:
Important Surveys Have Been Made Through the Fertile Fruit furnlnhcd. Possession given November I, | .

; and Truck Lands In South Dade by the Florida lor Also.the summer one furnished.; fa* per Cottage month., 7 rooms and' j o r '. ,
,
.. East Coast Road. Forty Miles to be Built. Tropical Real Estate Exchange, *' ''''::'''''' J",': Remember' We are Leaders
go '. '
_ .418 02 tf W, I, Metcalf, Mgr. lnouriino
: la prepared to fill ,your order Xg ,
I BIDS WANTED o ._ __ rldOKo11OKOKOKOK01tOKOKdKOKoatOa
,, The Miami of the railroad thai their Immense- ''promptly and in workmanlike, *: "i r ;; 'jJJlilf.
correspondent Jacksonville new so r "HE BOARD OP PUBLIC 1N- < N Times-Union. and Citizen confirms farming operations' will have the advantage [ 8TRUCTION invite prompt bids for: tt manner Estimates furnished : ... ''YI .0'..

',. the rumours concerning the ex- of a depot on their lands. The the transportation of pupils between X tru Uon work'of o '
on con
tensiou of the Florida East Coaat Railroad extension of the road, or rather this Mangonla, Lake Worth, Palm Beach. and every -I G G. Strohm Company 'fI
West Palm Beach, five days' per ...week o description. SO : ,
4 into the section of the country south branch, will bring the people in the> eight months. None but reliable par h''

R of Miami. The Times-Union and Citizen homestead country close to transportation. ties, with safe boats of ample accommodations .-rJ r.nno ? jj I r
says: Naturally there will\ be a great need apply. The Board se-
Mr. Hunt, assistant civil' engineer of rush of new settlers in that undeveloped serves Further the information right to reject maybe any'oral obtained) bids., i West Palm Beach, Florida J: F ,BMILY GROCERIES ,
the Florida East Coast Railway, arrived section TAe surveying have '
party from any member the Board, or Z. T. I 11' .. _
here on Sunday nlxht accompanied by pitched their tents five miles south of Merritt, Superintendent, Buena Vista,, tloko7.ollo'N071oiao7toltoleoiio-t7eo..X!I
I a corps of helpers,. for the purpose of Miami, and expect to commence operations Florida. j6 tf i. Fancy Food Prpducts

surveying the branch line,of the Flo- today. Deep water anda- new ...
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7 ., tida East Coast Railway which is to be railway wilt put another "spoke In the TRAINED: NURSES. West DIMICK: 'RIEGEL, o
built into the lower coast Grain and Provisions.
country. J. wheel"of Miawl", prosperity. NURSES can be obtained Proprlhtoru I ,
e S. Frederick will have of the TRAINED '
I charge sur or postal addressed to -
vey. It is a matter of conjecture how SURVEYORS; RETURN.J. Church, Home and Hospital, Orlando JEFFERSON'
far south this branch will be extended S. Frederick, C. E., who has been, Florida. Terms, $15 perweek. 2-2111 PalmBeach I' BLOCK

this( year, but it la supposed that it will with a party, surveying several sect'

be built from thirty-five to forty miles to ions of land in the vicinity of Black LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. t 'i West; Palm ,Beach. Florida.
the south. This would make the terminus Point, has completed his labors, and DrugStore 0 11'*'190'

south of Black Point. This new line has returned to Miami. Among the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION., n1/oSto7so11o1soSeolsossotsotaolaoAoStottoi/oleottol.o', olto7aclaotl0 a
will\ give. Cocoanut Grove, Larkin and lands survey d were the three sections S ', ,.
'railway connection This will be Notion IB hereby Iflvon that the following -
recently purchased by the Easterling
named settler ha Glad l notice of his Intention
a great advantage! to the section through Bros. Company, where they propose to to make anal proof la support of hi.claim,anrl THE.Everzlade.
.
tharsalil proof will Im marie before John II.Kellly.
which it will pass, and be a great benefitto have the largest melon and ,vegetable U. H. Commissioner at Went Jupiter, -DEALiCuSIN- Buyers And Slitppenr ofFinea ,
Miami, as a commercial center The fields next :year in the United States. i'In.. on July 9),1.02.VI..OatunW.Herring: \ ofNeptune. Bd2TH07 Produce: Go
66
Magic City Is the chief trading point in They also surveyed two additional sections for the Lot 2,8 undo,fc-c. 2l>, Ip! 4US Toilet Articles r 7, 4;,Y .i
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lta.
K.4i E. Drugs
all this 'Southland. The road will be '
of prairie land, cutting them op He name the following wltneue to prove West Palm Beach, Pla.
built into the very center of the great into ten acre lots,besides all the availa- his continuous r4sldonoe upon and cultivationof *
,
Bald land Tim: William Lamb ot Neptune
vegetable fields at and below Cutler, ble prairie in two adjoining sections. Kla.S. 1) Mitchell I of Neptune, Ha I ., E.C.Mil- Fino Stationery anaDruggist's Hay Grain Poultry'Butterr; '
,
lor of Neptune,pla.James Hepburn ol Neptune
t which will save the growers the long These lands will soon be taken up, as i Fla. and Lim
,
wagon and boat hauls. The property they are on the line of the new railway il-r-ot w.o. ROBINSON,Regl ten Sundries. Eggs, :Potatoes, and 4

recently purchased by the Easterin which Is to be built in that southern All kinds of .
by'Carfoada.
OF APPLICATION Crops
Bros. Company will be divided. by the section. NOTICE PrescriptlonsCarefully Compounded ,
-" East Coast Business Solicited. Produce
Poe Permit to "Sell, LlquonrWlass Cud X
liver. WEST PALM BEACIII () .-
W. C. T. U. Notice. Continue to Improve. tI -
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.5 The ladies of the W. C. T. U are arranging The latest despatches from London intimate Public notice. 'Is hereby given that W. P. _r -r "r
for an' ice cream social to be that King Edward's condition BatchetCha! tiled with the Board of County HOU( ES..
BUILD Here i is Hous{
i, continues Commissioners' of Dade County,'In the.Stateof I a :
given o Thursday evening July 3, at to steadily Improve and be Is Florida; hie application for a permit to f .
Good-Will Cottage. The proceeds are now thought to be, out of danger. On Sell llqnoro, wine' *and beer In Election District Don't You '
to be used in connection with the cot. Tuesday Queen Alexandra was presentat No-8 ot laid County and State; that / .. L Cel b
Want It ?
tage. Friends have generously givenof the review of the Colonial troops on mob application' will lie acted on by the inlil G. .A. KUNZE'Contra Ii
furniture and and it is found the Horse Guards Board of County.Commissioner*at their next Of 'Lo '
games Parade. The contingent course, we cannot give It .Son
regular meeting, which will be held on the tor and Builder
necessary to provide still w<>re. This present represented all parts of the /nth day of August. 1UO2,at 10 o'clock 'In the outright:: but the'payments era, '>o. ca
was undertaken with almost no funds in British Empire. After the march past.' forenoon ol said. day, and the said' Board Specifications on Application that It Is nearly the same as a girt, o''
the treasury, but has so far met with the followed the most picturesque feature hereby call upon any cltlien of such Election i
: generous support of all. Come and see of the day. The Duke of Connaught, at District who may desire' to do no to show P. O. Box 354 WEST' PALM: BBACH We Will Give ;
cause,II any there be,at thawed' next regulnr 3.141,0New tw-; S
; what is being done. The patronage of the head of the troops and facing the meeting of said Board, why such permt shall You a deed to iu after you l hiv

all is earnestly solicited. Prince of Wales, in clear tones gave the not be granted the applicant.By 'Bann rent for a few, year ,Come in,5a,

The regular business meeting of the command, "The parade will give. three order of the Board of County Commissioner Idea. in Trunks. gEO,a ,%, '' us explain to you what a, liber M.:..:. 0yh
W. C. T. U. will take place on Monday cheers for the King," and himself *of Dade County, Florida. S Bitlon we have. to make to..a. fev 't "
This let day of July,A. D. 1BO3.
55 afternoon,July 7th, at the M. E.Church. started the "hip, hip." In a second the [Spat] E.f1. DEARBORN. f people wbo want to own their ho
Not only members but all ladies are requested refrain was taken up, and there arose Clerk Board County rtMnniumloiwn.CHURCH g '
q to be pre>ent as a, number of cheers such as London seldom hears,the The '
.Tropical Real Estate
matters relative to the best interests of sound of which must have reached almost J Exchang

Good-Will Cottage will be discussed and to the royal sick room, half a

decided, and 'the best judgement of mile away. Helmets, caps and campaign NOTICES Tropical Sun Block W. I. METCALF, Manager'

many Is sought that greatest good may hats rose In waving confusion at ,<> wl

result. the bayonet's point, and the assembled
The ladies of the W. C, T. U. are very' crowds joined in with equal vigor. A Methodist Church. \\JG$3C%&>3!&

much gratified with the result of the ,man in the Canadian ranks shouted Preaching at 11 a.: m.
debate which took place on Tuesday "and a tiger" at which the troops and Usual evening service at 7:30: o'clock. sawe 4 rM tauMr I When You Need 1 ,

evening. There was a good audience. crowd once more yelled themselves. Sunday School at 9:45 a, m. pia t

The debate was extremely! interesting, hoarse. ---..- Epworth League at 3:30: p. m. I e Mantels Tiling and Grade: ;
and the contribution generous. The Rev C. Fred Blackburn'paator. I

ladles wish to thank all who contributedto E.DWIN CLAPP'S SHOES, $6.oo and 'I
the evening's success 7.00finest m.de-at ANTHONY'S II The Stallman J I! Dresser! Trunk.1 Write us for ,

Congregational Church.Owing Re _..__,. naw'Idea 1 I, tr u.k L It 1. a Catalogue and Prices :-
to the absence of the pastor the portable I dres.inif care,with drawers Instead of '

.vvvnvvvnvvvvnvvvvnvn' ..nrvnvvveyyvvmy.yvvvv, I morning service at II o'clock and the collar trays;button a place and fur the everything bottom,Is from as accessible a hat to as s: FLORIDA BUILDING n t.

evening service at 7:30: will be omitted !Hhippml the top. Costs no. with more privileges than a good to box examine.trunks SUPPLY CO. :. "

3 next Sunday and the Sunday following. Two-cent clamp; ; for Illustrated catalogue, i .

C ... Sunday School as usual at 10 o'clock, F. A. STALLMAN, -JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 4f t ::
Christian Endeavor 6:30.: The reg. 68 West Spring street '

r, yy C alar service may be expected the- first T-5-lyr COLUMBUS, OHIO ,

Sunday in July ;,
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Removal Sale.
Baptist Church. Geo. S. Hacker & SonJdANUPACTUR 0 oROttoKOKoiRoKOStostattottokoKoKortoKokoKotokoatokoKOtaoKraC

Divine services at the Baptist church o Truscott Boat M'i'g Co., X o o "
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20 per cent. Reduction on Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Kp CONSTRUCTORS OK M o f
Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Prayer /

j all CASH PURCHASES, ex- meeting All are Thursday welcome.evening at 7::30'. i. High Grade Pleasure Craft I '

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\ cept Hats E. & W. o 5 Vapor Marine Motors. '., ',
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Knox Collars You KnoW What You Are Taking .. 5

S When you take Grove's. Tasteless o J. D. .MORRIS, Agent, 3,* ,

ti : and Sweet Orr Overalls: Chill Tonic because the formula I. i, West Palm Beach,. Florida! oo

r plainly printed on every bottle showing 2

A ,rare opportunity to buy that It I la simply iron and quinine in a 01/0110110i1051Ot/b7t0ilOl10i1 0 71 0 91011 0 0 510 51 0itoilOl/0t10710S101e0SI0110j1 f

tasteless form No cure No pay.. JO CIS RS OF
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: your Summer supply.Anthony Important Appointment Doors, Sash, Insure In the Old Reliable "11

It is noticed that Mr. Leslie ,Shaw, Blinds,'MouldingsAND

E Secretary of Treasury, has appointed Germania Life Insurance Company ;

Dr. Edmund Souchbn, president of the Building Material ,,
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OF NEW YORK.
Louisiana State Board of Health, and ORGANIZED IN jfttq, ,
'n I Dr.Joseph Y. Porter,.state health officer CHARLESTON, S, Cga" For particulars address G. LOPEtt BAILEY Manager for Georgia and

of Florida, as delegates of the United Largest Factory South. Florida.,Box 340( Palatka Florida. ,

State to the International Sa'altar., Send for Prices.
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Conference to be held In Washingtonnext G RAFTED :
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t, Dr October.. Soucbon and Porter are the only A C. BUDDED IVlulgoba Mangoes.Largeat ;;

Bros.West delegates appointed from the So tb. Dittmar, ; Collection of Crotons in the United State. Palms ;,
Dr. J, Y. Porter has a national reputation DIALim IIIItouirh thuseto. Allpotgrown. Full Line of Citrus PhyUal1

as authority on quarantine and ianl- and,- grown on High Spruce Pine L.nd. Address Stock._
Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami tation, and no doubt his suggestions at Dressed
l r.unben JOHN B.
the International conference will have BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla.

great weight with the body. tingles, Doors, Sash Blinds, n

y The Press congratualates the State of Mouldings. Brick Line, "
sr Florida as well as Dr. Porter himself up-
and Builders' Hardware THE
on his selctlon as a delegate to such ,an TRAVELERS
Important commission.-Pensacola Press FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA ?

DffAo Gl r .. .
r NEW MANAGEMENT,_ .
ANTHONY'S SHOXS To Cure a Cold in On..Day LIGHTWOOD POSTS

ARE v Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab First Clara Licghtirood ?opts for MRS. N. F. GARCIA, ,Prop'r, Jacksonville Fla.
l: SILENT SA LEI MIEN lets.. All druggists refund the money ifit Pineapple Covering and other purposes -

.. falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signs > -" Address ,Electric -
Llghle[ Electric Bella '
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Complete Servlc '
tore is on each box. :9:$ cents. < .
H. B. HOWARD'Sebastian
The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida ,,

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