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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 11, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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i \ ( PALM '- BEACH Jtflss Lela.- Smith Appointed Assistant as They Come and Qo-- The Co-operative Grocery Store Is now Work fias been commenced on the ;

,at. Miami--Now .Principal People Whom You May orMay doing business In their new quarters in new steel pier over at the Breakers. ,
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-t ,' :. r for This Place.' Not Know. Dr. Waterman's block. Several carload o( steel have arrived '

I The Miller' Grocery Company will and the construction of tbe new pier

PROPOSITION MADE TO COUNCIL move to the Arcade, in the Masonic will be pushed forward as speedily as
( ; : The regular monthly! meeting; the Miss Ella Chapman spent the Fourth .
possible.In
Dade County School Beard was held at with her parents at Delray.Mr. > block the fore part of next week "

Miami+ OD Tuesday, when there were /. P. Anthony was a visitor in MIllS Creech has opened a dancing the column of political announce

c"i;-;elyd 1'P. of MIami Action 'In the Matter' Deferred Till present Bit Bi King, chairman, and Miami on the:! Fourth. I school in the new hall in Dr.: Waterman's ments in this IsSue of The Tropical Sun
will be noticed .
card from
Mr. J. B.
Messrs. AW.; Garnett, Wm. M. Burdine
: block, over' the CooperativeStore.
i t>jiier Information Can be Obtained.. Other Business and Superintendent Z. T. Merrltt. Messrs. W H. and' T. W. Spitzer visit McGinley which he announces his

,1 The minutes of the last meet- ed Miami friends on the Fourth.Mr. retirement from the race) for Member of
Transacted the City: Council. regular.
tI (( by The label shows to
if --. lag were read and approved except that W. 1. Metcalf has been iu attendance on your paper you the School, Board from District; No. 2.

jl\all:\ !.. at Court in Miami this week'. what date your subscription Is paid. Mr. McGinley very generously withdraws
._ -. the following warrants were..ordered entered The Tropical Sun would 1 be glad to have
of'St. leaving the field clear to Mr. ,
correction Miss Anna McKay, Augustine, J
as a :
be regular meeting' of the Town ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT all arrears settled promptly.Mrs. .
rr t No. 1769, Roddy :Burdine, assistant Is visiting friends West.Palm Beach.Dr. ,C. Harris. .
Council was held ou Tuesday evening, atwhich A communication was rec.tYed from Winters, from New York:, bas .
t were' four days in June examination, $8.00. H. C. Hood has returned from an Last Friday evening Mru.-J. B. Me-
there presentchairmanGeo : Mr. 'G, G. Strohm enclosing a letter or opened a restaurant and ice cream parlorat '
A. IT. Hobbs" services Giuley entertained few friends at her
No. 1760, W. enjoyable-trip through Ohio and In
Wi; Potter and Aldermen Otwell faom Miami the Clematis
proposition L. C. Oliver of the Bee Hive on cqgJerof, -
home Evernia
grading committee: $7.70; diana. pretty on street. Added
WhUden and Geer. {or the installation: of an- electric light avenue and Olive street. Interest
.,i The minutes'of the last regularmeeting In Battle Carpenter, services, .grading Mr. II. :B. Yarboroiigb returned last was-given the 'occasion by the
plant West Palm Beach. Briefly: the The Ladies' Missionary Society had avery presentation ot a nice Informal
';; Were, read and approved. Mr. Sidney proposition was that Mi Oliver wouldcontract committee, 740. Friday night. from a business trip .to enjoyable tea on Thursday afternoon very
Miss A. ,F, Merritt. services grading ')acltaon.l1Ie. program .music. Solos were:, sweetly
Metcalf acting as clerk.The'uansrweekly ., hundred, -v
!in.candescent
: to supply"-one end it was well attended which sung by Mrs. W. E. Clarke., and Miss
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report of the Mayor for commlttee,17.yJ.; ...C..CVChillfngworth and H. P
lights street lighting was very encouraging to the ladies. Laura Fleming, while Mrs. Henry
L 'submitted .He reported the town The following warrants were Issued Branning returned from '
'r \ through ou Wednesday
was tile town at Jioo.oo per Bell has been solos.
Contractor O.V. S. Briggs plftyed piano Mr. W. F.
l ,'quiet and orderly under the supervislonof month, from what is known as the June 3oth, to pay teachers'salaries : attendance at]!court: at Miami. awarded tbe contract
the ;Marshal; that the scavau'ger moonlight schedule. The price named Miss Manila May,completing; term at Railey of'M.: B: Aultman'estore f
Me..FJ. M. E. Gruber's stores facing on Cle- gram, giving couple of recitations In
ByerRlade-: .............. 8o. () ;this
:. his duties faithfully
,,, iad performed ; for residences] 11150'cents per"month per W. ir.:Hobbs,completing term at Cocoanut I left Tuesday morning on a twoweeks' malts avenue. Work will be commenced Inimitable style.

l i at" no.complaint* had been made to light, and business places $r.oo per Grove......M. .oO holiday trip to Kissimmee.fdrs. early next week. tOo I(I Tropical.Sun acknowledges with
sanitary and that Le had
inspector month, light the lights to be used
per
4 At cted Alderman Wbidden to te- TEACHERS APPOINTED. j J. Klncaid left on Saturday last to the Co-operative store, oppositethe 1 sincere thanks, the gift of/a box of the)
to midnight. The usual
up thirty year teachers" for) Daytona, where she will visit her school house for the best of famous, Mulgo'lia Mangoes,
by
gro- grown
4; tbe hyacinths frog the swamp in franchise was 'Ssked In addition to the The following were appoint.
'A parents during the summer months. I' cerlcs. They have 'Tapioca, Farina, Mr. E. Gale of Mangonia. The fruit is
} ,,yet end. In this connection, Mr. privilege of erecting pole. and-wires. ed for the ensuing term : '
o ".:.i a reported that he blll been en-" ( R. E, Hall. prlB.. Cocuaiiut Grove No. t. M;.. W. H. H. Gleasoll,aDd child of Silver:; Prunes, Home-made :Bread and beyond all question the best of I its kindon

t-t for the last ftfw days fu remove The Council declde&Jhetthey would .MI.... ninm-he, Burtenbow, ain't OoooanutOrovs Eau" Gallle are spending the week-In a host of good: things. J-he market, and Mr. Gale ..hashrpped8everal''ba8kets"to"'polnU'
not lake .any Immediate action in-tbis II' TW. '" town":visiting Mrs..olea oll' Mr "" "":' '
''y the and"thai the work No ; w brother : 'The itiarar-'NewS. ;' Saayn that Itev: ; l in
-B ;; hyacinths platter, prefcring to wait until perhaps Mlai\ Llnle Austin, primary Lemon City No.;0 orter'I.aasIDg.' Fulford Whitehurst of this town who tbe north', even as far as Ohio; 'where
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.. a4progreaetog.atiafactorify. Miss Wlnltrad Cobb. Ounronla No. I.
"_ .; .,. ; other propositions would be receivedand
; Sanitary Inspector Sydney ,Metchlf, MIDI Lola,ll. Jupiter NO. B, Mlas. C. Faye Miller, daughter of Mr. }has been assisting/ iui, revival services; very high 'prices were obtained. A
: more information could be b-
'. reported 'to the council that some ..com Mtaa UaOillo Tucker Everglade, No. 9. and Mrs. H. S. Miller has been ap- which have been in progress at Lemon dozen or.core of the ordinary variety of
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tained. _For these reasons, on motion Mian Worley/ Lantanu No 10. delicious fruit too and
Eunice,
had been! made to'him in reference pointed stud teacherd-of. the City, preached an able sermon In tbe mangoes very ,
plaints of Aldermen Whldden and Otwell the Mina Helen Holder, u..', Went Palm Beach '
large in size, were also Mr. -
to the location of closets, which( No. 11. Miami l Public School, _, < I Methodist Church, South,. la Miami, presentedt' >
from Mr. Oliver laid
proposition was on
iccordlng to the by-law, should be the table. MM\ | Lillian Norton, .....t Weal Palm Beach ,Mrs. A'."J, Davis, Tampa: *, is staying, last Sunday morning. G. A. Gale.

laced on the side or end of lots' adoining No,11. with bet daughter Mrs. Briggs, ot'Datu- Now is the time to secure: a loan that The Ladies of the W. C, T. tJ':, of _
New RAILROAD CROSSING. Miss. B. P. awi'l west Palm Peach
"" the alleyways. This provisionhad No.Jt.; "prtlllani' ta Streetj and will remain! West Palm will put you in your own home by the West Palm Beach have hit on a novel

not. In a few cases, been complied Alderman Otwell'informed the Council MH\ Itonaulodd AniM, a...'' Weet Palm Beach for two or three weeks? first of the year. Then that rent money plan and one that will be.heaitily approved ra

.ti :h, and the' Council instructed the that several residents on Datura Beach No. 11. The Misses Ostranderof of Delray, left will be credited on the cost of the for raising funds for completing

.Ma 1 to see that those, against whom Street west of the railroad track were Miss Lulu Angevlne, ana't Went. Vahn Beach Wednesday morning' for their northern house each month. See Wm. 'F. Armstrong the.:equipment and organization of.

complaints b'ad been made, complied desirous of having" a permanent crossing .No. ll.Mlsetfargaret. F""man.;" BlHcaynw;; No.10. home In Detroit, Mich., where they expect Jr., at J. B. McGinley & Cu's Good Will Cottage. On Wednesday

with. the law. built across the track of the FldriJa W..W., Hall, prln. Miami No. IB. to spend) several months, Furniture Store, West Palm Beach ... Thursday and Friday of next week,

The' following accounts were pr*- East Coast Railway on Datura street' tiles Lela Smith lit utn't' Miami\ No. 10.MB !. Mr. and Mrs. 'W.' W. Mr. and Mrs. Hutson B. Saunders July i6tb, lyth and 18th, they Will have p
Maughlin are
Bested for payment: Mr, Otwell urged the casey he petitioners \ | .. Hattie Carpenter, 0...'' Miami No.TB.. have the sympathy of friends in charge of the furniture store of J. B. y
Mrs. Sprout, street sprinkling and and on motion .of Aldermen Mini C;:Faye Millar, Mirt Miami No. IS. occupying the new St. Ann's parochial many ; i
,, McGinley & Co., and a of
i k hauling of rock 770. Miss Kate Colyer. awrt Miami No. 1 B. residence& on the Lake Front during the t the death of their infant child, whose percentage

f_ W. Whidden cleaning of swamp, Oeer and Whidden, the matter was re Miss Emma E Ewlng. Boyutotf No. 10. abseJceof Re'\t.\ Father Kennedy 1 With took place in Titus lle onjyednesday the receipts will be handed over to the

6F fix;. erred to the street committee, with power W. A II. Hobb, Cocoa Plum No.:IT. July and. The death occurredlast committee of the W. C. T. U. for the 4

Late, -.,Worth :Band, subscription, to Interview or write tq the railroad W/A. Proctor: Hllver Plum No.' 10. Mr. Chas. Hodges of W. P. Hatchett'a Friday. Mrs. Saunders, who is at purpose above mentioned.'kt .

50.00. officials and endeavor to have the cross.Ing Miss Aunlo Berry Oiim;No.3O, Hardware Store, visited his former home i
On motion of Aldermen Otwell and alias Value HlbbltU, Pompano No: 21.J. Titusyllle, continues to steadily improve. will be noticed in the proceedings'of '
built. In DeLand the Fourth
on returning to
i Geer, the accounts were received and > W. Mlckenn, prlii. Miami colored No. :1. This week the coffers of the Lake the County School Board published
I Council adjourned at 8:30, West Palm Beach Sunday evening.Mr. .. I
ordered paid. Mr* i.H.-Mlrkon Is", a..t! Miami coloredNo. in issue
I Worth Band were well filled by a donation elsewhere this of The Tropical

Miss Ella 9.B. Stephen,primary Mlamlcotoreil A..P. Anthony and his young of $50 from the Town Council, fso Sun that Miss Lela Smith who has for w

THE FOURTH ATWEST I THE COUNTY BONDS No.,3.: -. brother Master RossI) Anthony,, have from the Dade County.State Bank and some time past been the efficient principal ; y

ARE Ana lUe'bard Jr* Cocoanut Orove No. 0, ..col.ored been enjoying a cruise for the last three numerous:>> other subscriptions ranging of the West Palm :Beach Public
BEACH DECLARED VALID
,r PALM -. days av'the lower end of Lake Worth. from $i to jfio. The band needs and deserves School bas been appointed first assist., ;
M. R.'Mahaffy: Laxahatchea'No. T, colored.
.qut.tly Tb.rBeing DaoUlon Rendered by: the Supreme .Court. Mrs. C. J. Perry, wife of the Sheriff of encouragement of this tangible, ant i io the Miami school. This means
Th. Day: Was V : Observed. SCHOOL ENLARGEMENT::
p kind. that Miss Smith will her
sever connection
r C.lebratlon.l Bias- Monty. Will Now be Available fop St. John's county, who bas been 'visit- 4
No Fublls County Improvements. Superintendent Megittwee Instructed log her sister, Mrs. 11.T. Grant In West The tender for repairs to the United with tbe local school, and will become

ball .In the Afternoon. to procure plans and advertise for bids Palm' Beach, left for her home in St. States Weather Bureau signal serviceat a resident of Miami. During her.

From the Miami New*. far enlarging the West Palm Beach Pub Augustine on Monday.jnorning. Jupiter: has been awarded to Mr. G.' stay here she was very popular with the

The glorious. Fourth was rather gelet1) which lic School building and Mr. A. W. W. S. Bell, contractor and builder. pupil and with the public generally,
The
/ In : this following telegram explains Mt; and Mrs. ]joe. A. McDonald, were \
celebrated West PalmJJeach and and all will
wish her
the
received Carnett was instructed to report ou This contract Is quite extensive and the one continued
Itself Wednesday mornIng
7 ;*, year, there being no public deinonstrat-- was bids for transporting 'pupils from Palm passengers on tbe Florida East Coast work will occupy not less than three success in her: work at Miami, .

y" ions to mark the importance of the day.' : Tallahassee,.July 8,. 1902. Beach and Mangonia to the West" Palm TheTwere'tturnlng south-bound Wednesday to. their'even Mi- months. The old weather bureau buled- Captain Gleason, of the dredge Stiwanee -
'. of the town awakened fog
The residents were
Beach School. to be presentedat will '
raised another broad
be
To Judge..B. Heyser Reports ing story. was a passenger on the north
the ami home from a pleasant trip through
to the fact that last Friday was .
Miami, Fla. the next meeting. verandas built and every modern improvement bound on the Florida East Coast
express
North.
df/h, glorious Fourth about half past 'five Judgment'Potter against Lalnhart and The following warraa'ts were Issued! : tbe I put in, such as plumbing, Railway last ,Saturday morning. He

o'clock In the morning.by the firing of a others affirmed today. :2 T Merritt, postage........................ .* 3: 00 Mr. George L. Brannlng:, cashier, of and water service, ttc. Operations took the dredge to Miami where It
was
salute of twenty-one guns 10.the City :B.-B. WIWOM. E D King, mileage and per dl...... 1\9JO the Dade County State Bank, is at home I will be commenced probably. early.next turned over to the Government and

Park. As the gun: and ammunition Clerk Surpreme Court A Waaroett1. .""" .11 110 this week, suffering,! from inflamation of week. -
r 00 towed to Key West and from there to
Wm M Burdlne 3 I
consisted of twenty-one sticks'of# dynamite the Iris host of friends'wlll join
\\t The explanation of; ttfe above 'tele' Board adjourned. eyes. A large lighter loaded to its fullest Tampa, where it will be used in Govern
loud to
the salute was enough in the hope that his affliction will be of
arouse the whole neighborhood. Then" gram is that .the' contest as to thvalidity'of ---+.+ short duration.Rev. capacity with shell arrived at the city meat work. The Suwanee will be' replaced -

t" the proposed Issue of Dade very wharf on Monday The shell has been by two new dredges recently pur.
the Lake Worth Band, under ProfessorKanffm'an's Outs Club Shoot.: .Dr..Paine of the Union
pastor carted to Lake View Cemetery where it chased ,the'Florida
County bonds to tbe amount of Jijo.oocfor : by East Coast Line
turned out and
4 l leadership, courthousejail, road and, bridge Aa Interesting competition<< was held Congregational Church, arrived home I has been used in the construction of substantial Canal and Transportation Company, and
played' patriotic airs. Inclading1101, afternoon the members of last Friday night from- a -delightful two
last Friday by
building has been settled In favor ,Country 'TW of Thee "Yankee West Palm Beach Gua Club, their weeks outing at Pablo Beach. The
the on
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bond issue I This is certainly a very great improve ol the dredges will be used in the vicinity -
had ,
l : Doodle," and "INie./e They other The entire Issue has'already been par grounds in the West End. Doctor's:' friends are glad to.aee hint' ; ment and the Ladles' Cemetery Impro.ement of the Halifax river, and the other

elections too, which were. much. apt The following\ Is the score of tbfc regulation ever 10 much improved in healtb.
1 chased by-, the Bank of Bay Jlincaynt Association and those who are so will be sent down to Lake Worth

t predated. and the Dade County State Bank. shoot, at twenty-five. birds. each i Mr. 1(.2. Rewler.the well known pho nobly assisting the ladies deserve a great
Under the direction of
fire works and : Mr. M. J. y
The small boy with the W..O. Talton, lol: last of for what has been ac
that The bond trustees are Messrs. T. N. tographer, went to Jacksonville Fri. dejal praise Yarborough, two of the four stores in
feature was
fire crackers was for a that Gautler;:W. J. Shone and Henry :Brook A. L. Haugh 17. day for the purposs'oi{ having au opers4tion complished. Mr. Chas. .Miller sup the Anthony-Strohm block have been
the
missing this year, reason L. C. Bowyer; J.EaiJll preformed for the removal of the plied the'matefial.The .
errs'and soon these gentlemen
who usually. sell firecrackers -as as separated from the other two, and
.merchant i ."
the ,.
r ':iiealected to order perfect their bonds, the mone>-for the Koch... & .." v' nasal bone. His many frien.ds'are glad: Congregational Church was moved backward fifty feet, leaving the
bad : any !
mentioned above wilt be avail. J.T.DeBerry; 19. 1JIt'f to know that the operation was quite
purposes closed for two Sundays while the Pastor, corner of 12th street and Avenue C
residents of 'the town were C. W. Scbmldf, 8. successful '
Many able. .J. Rev S. D. Paine was absent in Jack- vacant and ready for work to begin at
t and picnic parties.and W, O. DeBerry, 18. .
bathing ,
guest _"" Mr. George :Browd"treated' party of sonville. He returned at-the end of once on the new bank building which
not few .attended the ball game \ ? This is the first Club"shixt; of tlie season -
Have Noticed
a You
his friends to a delightful outlay on the; last week and held services last Sun- is to occupy this spot. The moving of

over 00-the_ grounds "at the :East Side The date 0the" label o( your paper. and it proved such va success that launch "Addie'tlast Friday. The day day. A good sized congregation'!. these stores, backward was. accomplish
aflernoos. others will be held lDo the near future. '
during the It tells you just to what time your subscription ., ---.a.---- was pleasantly spent at the Blngbatn comed the Pastor. After the sermon ed yesterday and. the day before.

...-.r---- "ba"*\\been paid. All subscribers I place. A very nice luncheon was the ccrament: of the Lord' Supper' was Today they are being turned squarely

r: _cup]a Cold" In' One Day Is : Th.. Beat Prescription for Malaria served on the lawns, and the guests enjoyed admiuistered. and four new members around, so as to face on Avenue C. It
the date
should that changed
Laxative Bromo'Quinine Tab- see I Chills and sever Is-a bottle of Grove's music,, dancing and lurf bathing: joined the Church on confession faith. Is a considerable undertaking, but 11t.I .

y Take refund the if after ''.sending thett remittance, and i Tasteless Chill TonIC'. It is simply Irons One and. all were profuse In thanks to The services in the evening was well Yarborough understands his work andis
AU druggists money
lets.It laDs to cure., E.: W. Grove' signature should notify, this, office 'If it Is not I and qalnlne In --a tasteless form'. N.;| Mr. "Brown for his great kindness In. attended. The sermon was on the I doing it In a first-class manner.-MUml
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'I / ;+;;l:pl '" 'i- f-: 'JcIiE TROPICAL.r SUN, TEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA >rRIDA7fJD'L Y 11, U02. _'r -vv"L.ie2 .

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THE TROPICAL &UN. SELECT THE BEST MEN- A fjosfon newspaper womap, Miss oooo go -A-Red loot i "Time] t ,

I }" kl The following from the Tallo has- Floretta VIning, baa been exposingan POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS b It vls.a ,ttx

c :lr ,pioneer paper ol Dad County Florida.TBOPlCAt sean is to the point and is worthy of alarming eviKin connectfon with M IS IN PROGRESS AT ? "rlzS t ?? yfaihi

careful perusal by ever citizen of the social life of Hull Moss., and her XXXKXMX OUR STORE ;
1 ,: ,SUN PUBtlSBIMO COMPANY For the Legislature l t
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editorials have caused
Dade county. great sensation -
i. "' Is III our GIIIIware! !
N HARRY L. BROWN. MANAGER.UBLIH "The office of County Commissioner la an interview! sue. said, in Tim Moulin of Mr. A. A. IIOGUH ot Co- -S'S Trails

O IVKMV F/"''DAY,. is one of the most important if part: "It la-a common thin(( to see roantit:: Orovo for, tlw hervliy I fcitflHlatitfre/ ttnnouui fr(him,m 'PffitcOountjr us acandldatn DepArtment

AT III..T \.MBIAOH,OAD OOUNTY, PLO II A. not the moat important one we haveto In this city amHn New,York a young ,KlorMn> unhjuvc. to the' notion of the I ,, OUR CUT PRICK,
Dumpuratly erinarlua
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vote for at the primary this man and tt"oung) 'girl, a under 21 '* ;: -, 8AL13 OF GLASSVRB
3VBSCRIPTIOM PRICE! $Z.OO A YBAR. To the Dtunooratlo Voter of Dnilu CountyI i I .
r N paonth+ The commissioners are a years, of age.or'partiea' of boys and hereby anoouiicn myself aft a oanAlilHte/ l h NOW IN FKbGis ltE

,' I a. Entered at the Po.tomc. of watt Palm Beach sort of county legislative body as' girls; come Intoa hotel for aluhciteonor for tint]Ituprowrdstus ttutlun|' of Eire DtttiicwratAc of 1adenonnLy..ubleet I'HmibrleM, to \\ the Greatest Bargain J Event: eve .

u.emnd, ... matter.FRIDAY well as the custodians of the funds a dinner.and proceed to preface 41RAIIAM, W. KINO. \ recorded In the ,
-- --- ,1. ht"toryof
-- arising;' from taxation. It is also on with one or two cocktails) contlnu .
For Tax '
Aawtpr. West Palm Beach'WI ,
i JULY 11, 1903.: office for which a man cannot affordto log though the dinner to drink whis- "- J .

p go put and make, a ranvaea-un- ky, da menthe, and conclude with To the votersl __ Count it i .
h rohy announce ci aandldate)
Vote early and of ten next Tuesday. lese,.perchpnF., he tuts,a selfish,;lltlo. champaign.. ;' These girls;' ot whom I bar the;uiIlw. of Tax =,*, HuliJ,efc to the PIa. :
action ol they'Uomocrntlo 1'rliuarlu -
v _ tlve In running'/ -the salary being so speak are not 'working girls,but theyare _IU M. HMITM e&I

I; Imagine; a Fourth of July without small It is furthermore ao office daughters of respect bin fumilies To the Doinorratle Voters ol Dnfle w('ouotl'ArOOr Wholesale
Retailer of Glassware 'Peilnlfirlc't.
r' j fire crackers 1 That Is the situation which very Jew businessmen n want; ,''many of whom I know person candidate carofiil rniiHl'toratlnii for the oillua ot I 'Xtf ntlut-* As.tw.my.ell's..q : ,

f which "confronted the young patriots or consent to All, but should by all ally. They are well-to do girl, well :nrnlDHdwUuunty, Niitijitrti: tn the action I ot

r of West 'Palm Beach laat Friday. means be filled by men of unquestioned bred, wejl educated, and It in among tho the Duinooratlo support|.*rlmarl0H of my frlonila, snit' I tbroiiirlinuttlieuounty. rtmppctfiiUylink '

; II business ability and keen per- girls! of this class that\; the evil seems IKO.' AUAMS.' ,n'!itnn" "Itlrnr" ;trnrt" "trrnrm" "on" t "rnritntttntiPmnt" " ,l 'nr" ,

ception. For the reasons above the to be most strongly; }'developed. I I For Treasurer.

I The patronage;' extended >to Good people have to select Commissioner have traveled abroad< considerably\ ,,

Will Cottage by the young people of on their own responsibility, .'without. and I don't'hesitate to say:that the To 1 the Dumccrntlc voter mjwlf.ot aa"Diuld A-Tandlflata County: E'The! Norfolk Suit Qreut :
West Palm Beach well for the r.ijl"t:; :\: :
argues much 'electioneering,.' as far as the conditions are worao in this coun for Trorutiirwr, Nul>| the of
notion the Duniooratlu behold
I to
'
r6 success of the laudable .undertaking;' best men for the pla 'e'Koj; hence we try. ** July 10th, 11XU. PriWsrles/? == .... FavorS .
dI' y' of the W. C. T. U. V. H. RADLKRSON.
should. very careful. Think thematter -
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To the voter. of linda: I' Men who would not think of .a,1\fo.n"ft'otK\
homo and "Plrncy and smuggling Along/ the
at
quietly
over
I hnrony nnnounca' my rntlntmanti s
A new type-making machine has select Commissioners just as you Cuban'Coast," notes the ..N w.York race for TrciiHiuttr ot Unilit: ; : i.llil; f= l last. season.. have changed... .ibelr'.t inJiI. They_ Ie'>
would 1 I.
ilalnK no tiordlnlly thank those who '"
is just been invented and perfected in would select a man to do business Fishing Gazette, "nfo reported to nitd, exprpHHwil" an tnttmtloo to nnnport rod, lor == eotiietbing distinctive iu them- ? -

y I Baltimore, by which it is said any for you-that Is. whafryou aredolng." hove enormously Increased since its ot their a bUHlueBM klndnc-DH.' natu.My..ou..... (or retiringaro '

," +' printing office can' cast its own fonts I evacuation by the military forces of Very rw.pa'thdly U>!CN. 11, bOaTER. -f.t Something Out of the Ordinary ,

; out of old cast-off metal. The Vol Counts the United States. The chief offences < -
i \ says To the, voters ol Dade County. ? EAOhange
L that one of the first orders issued by are nid to be committed by fishing I heroby. announce. my retlromunt from the I .
=
,, Every voter who casts a ballot at smacks from colonies, such rare for County. Tn: >n urnr, and In doing BOwlHh = -
r the Atlantic Coast Line after nenrby
Ry. to
nay my motive 'IK to UHxlxt tn liarmnnl.ing =E We dlepiny-all the newest! !! Summer Fabrics of
Ills ? -many
f" the primaries on "Tuesday of next taking charge of the Plant Systemwas as Jamaica, Nassau and Barbados, ; pnwent political .It'/ltlon,4u,1
not. from any; fear of being. dufiiated.. == them exclusive Is
c I\: + week should be true to his manhood, for the discharge of all girls who which: aht'only violate\! the laws governing 1 do not AHRUtne that, 1 would have been.ue'eedul.wlthontnpet'Inleffort 5E; ; exclusiveness -a feature" in itself

tF{ ( \ and use his influence in the direction had employment with the Plant Sys: the.nrtle fisheries, but actually and my Iconitldurml trlHnilti:: :I and my lnyplfbut|rhantw: equal thin:on I with the I: ckld.pmtof my:,: .s5 thaLyod don't,, want to overlook. t'' w,

; of selecting only such men as will, in tem. The railroad takes the position : overhaul Cuban smacks and rub opponent's. P'a

.his own Judgement;' fill! Ma offices of that the places should be fllletl by them Of theTr catches of fish, elle. It preciate 1 wlMh all to i nnHiiro they have nir done Elands for that me I, fully awl ap my 1 Why Take Chances ,

public trdst, in the best interests of to enable them their has been proposed to abolish the iictluu, In tliln matter la with the hl'ltt ol fiiJInir :" .
men to and I
support tract will prove to 1 be to the beat 5= When You Come', I.
the County and the State. families, or to better their financial revenue'cutter service of the island luteratof the wluilu. people In thin cuuipalKii.J. : ,;, -,- kt t, ,'".
E You
U. / <
Ll/MMUS.
Feel Perfectly i
condition for marriage, that girls for economical reasons> but iu view, == ,\ ,

k The/ poor, benighted residents ofk' when employed at)11" salaries, of the good work the limited number For Tax Collector SS= ""No man! ever bought a dollarVworllt. experio'nco"fts ( (;

k' western New York have experienced, which railroads pay: do not marry or has done, of the 'fact that thacoast? boinocratlo 5axla) ; ; = fprlK) cents." .
To the '
hue is 2,000 miles long that oVotan C'ounty: : "'
during the present week, a terrific care to, thus keeping men !idle, who over hereby/ nnnonnre tny: ."lf a* 'candidate t heap(( Clothing; is rarely'good,' but well mutt
some",, of the customs officials have for the' poHltlon of Countj: Tux(:Collector mil / !
rain and wind storm, while out in have the responsibility of taking care |lout. to the action. ol the Domorratls: Prlma-:: g= Clothing is generally cheapest." 3; "
k Colorado has fallen. Down in of families. found it necessary to' request additional rl.*,to I... hvld .luly 15tli-nHxt." and rmnratfolly -
snow
,
m requeet the lupnort gad, vote of :
kind my
'of this and
Florida, the land of sunshine and, protection friend.. / THOIf. J. UAHDKK.: S. Tailoring and Perfect Fitting--None Better: I
Now that the St. Louis expositionhas that some of the cutters are out of ter. --- i
1' flowers, people are enjojjng balmy To the Democratic ol Dade County :
I a' breezes and clear skfes, Jthe essentials been postponed until 1004, the commission, the suggestion; seems I hereby announce myself I a* a candidate
session both unreasonable anduntimely.Some for the office ol Tax Collector: for the 1'ounty | S. SCHNEIDMANMerchant I Ig
of the Florida legislature l
!' of perfect Bummer' weather. ; of Dade, ublect to *ha action ol the ensuing
\ which will convene id April, 1903, of the offenders have been Democratic i'rlinurlim..
I and others under sunveillancebutthe.service.ehotill J. M. Pt>WKLI_ Tailor Gruber Block West 'Pal/n/ Beach ;!
It can and doubtless will, provide 'for caught are P. O. addro**,Cocpanul! Grove, Fla.
IS t! The present political fl ;'ht.in DadeMt.'f an adequate exhibit. If "there had : \ be : __ .
7J1U/161111111UJm11111lI111111UIIIIUIIJIUIIUIti1J!1/ 1 "' !1 11U1d111flalltll 1 '
should be fair with no
county a one, ever been a question of the financial increased, not diminished, until the For Member of School Board.

'' : abuse, misrepresentation or vilification ability of the state to make such provision practices: have been completely 'tn announclnotny' aa a' candidate for --- t -- C---

t of respectable gentlemen. Any it dlsuppear bEfore the certainty Stamped out and then kept up so Memberof' theHchooi Board, 1 did no only .
for the
reason that there wan no other can'dldate
11f'zt.' roan has the right to run for public that theproceeds 'of the Indian as to keep them stamped out. ,. for that o III..... Ho now that there !I.
another candidate Wei
represent Palm -
office and unless he. is a worthless "When cat's the mice will Beach I hereby withdraw ItURMHARDT'S.
PCP' war claim will then be. availa the away my name. Thank
,1?-':s./' and a disreputable character, he is trig my friends for their effort* In my behalf West lm Beach, JulJ4, IDI:! 'tr
ble. Then why,should the first steps play. I beg to remain I '
'',j i!' '{:; entitled to a fair 'chance and should Keepectfully ;yours, IF YOU A"RE-GOING'j.N A .- '
towards the of .
preparation an exhibit J"''' 11. Hl.iOINI.KY. -
If, };<-I.i,. not be abused and denounced by the A Winter Hotel.,- West Palm Beach. Fla.
-the. organization; of a state PICNIC FISHING
Tbere has been far too HUNTING
,- l: newspapers. --- yth'T94I-<< '
commission to act in the premises be 'July For .
'i:,:,'" much of this during the progress of longer"delu.yedGulf Coast' Breeze. Kdltor: TROPICAL Sun. County Commissioner. .OR 'CAMPING PARTY 1"

""I" the o 'I. DEAR Sm : To the Democratic voter ol Dade r
fy,) campaign.Although/ : County : Ours is the store tkafcan stick
Please find enclosed\herewith a letter I hereby offer myself a. a candidate for your Hamper? with
i
"j" At the end of the fiscal which (aunty Coinmlwiloner, Iroiu the I fifth! dlvtrlct,
: Senator Mallory will| year whichL. received from Mr. Wilmon Hade County to the action: ol the Good Things to Eat '
\ i'rhanrl.s ,
closed Democratic
July 1st, the available cash and reMportftilljt ask
hare no opposition in the primary, Wt"UiTia: our former mayor, which lie the support of,' my IrlundH throuvhont the Bonelesa-Cliickfil Boned Turkey
balance in the United States treasury I ould County. 1>. V. HItuWN.
that I a1 turu to '
requested over you Lunch I
TonguesVienna Sliced
his friends should see to it that he Dried fleet ,
was larger than ever "before l in7 the for publicattou. J think It ii mutter '
a
At the Sausage
requunt. many tax' andvoter Cerrelat '
vote the : Sausage;
possible.
; ... gets every Being history of the government.; It stoodat worthy of the 'consideration of our Citizens hip front* who thla-UlHtrlct desire' a change on the In BoanFof the.: member.County Potted llatn Potted Chicken

tJ unljrcandidateforUnitedBtates 20863002264.:! The excess 'of and would thank you if you will Commlafclonera, I have ooneenteil to -at. Russian Caviar' Chicken Tamalies/
lj tor on the ticket, it is possible that \ low my, name to K" before the Democratic! Sugar Cured llama
1 receipts over expenditures for the give it prominence in your paper. Prlmiiry ot July 10th and if elected 1 pledge ileins Baked Beans
some voters may neglect to vote Youw truly, nrt'.eif to look after thu Interests of thU IM.trlct Clam I Chowder Cream Cheese .
year was nlso very large, the treasury ,a* other
weltyathuseof ol ,
part thecounty. -
r' i'' ,r'' that part of the ballot but the senator's of J. B. MCGINC.R recognlaa that the proportion lit .Strawberry.ran? Currant Jelly '
surplus 92193390.30 being county taxo", pah by Norh.Dade! cltlie*.en- Delicious) Cookies Sweet Pickles i ."f''
;l friends everywhere should glvJ"i \! large;' than in-any nine The tfnited State. Hotel.\ l:Boston Mass. t.tle: then> too-5ome eonsldersttoR.ln' the In fact
( this their attention and see that he year bullillna ol ..d. and other pllbll... everything, to make your outing a delightful;' success.I .
: ist,
,
/ IH88 an exceeded in only ten years July 1902. provementa and If elected, will line my bmt
$ ;
'<1 gets a great big; majority of the total Mr..s. B. "'" .' efforts to that and.M. \
McGinley
_
since the foundation, of the, govern' .J.'WARIlOItOtJGU..., wf'BUBKHARiJT) Finest' Groceries
'T4" vote cost.-Penaucola Journal. West Palm Beacl Flit., Wet Palm Beach, Fla.Bellavlna ,
.i, -" ment. The amount of,gold coin, fo
: \ DEAR SIR:- will pay to '
that >you purchase our Couj.on lOQ'ks
bullion and certificates in the treasury ; the Interests ol the County
':; north-io the town of WelI A. you, like myself; ar. much Interested CommlHiloner, District No. a, would be ef _
Away up 1008,173,442. this'Is Mr. *
isi Added to. ficiently cared for by Jno. W, Mulllkin,
in our little town and are a member his friend from that dhitrlct and In all part '
I/;' land, Ontario, the housekeepers the gold la circulation throughout;' of the Board of Trade I have deemedit of the County would respectfully. urge bin &b
have hit on a': novel of "'tils election a* Countjc.(7ommiHMiouer' the urUmarlea ,
way
";" I tha.country, which raises the total not amiss to ay something to you I to be heldon the lath of July. "

.' ''Ii',', washing during the hot weather. amount to not less than f 1,200000,000. ,- about the much needed', suitable winter 1 JOHN W,. MULl-IKIIf.. .. Do You |/ )| fjA| ; 'I

',{;: a' The dishes used are, after each meal, hotel iii l our town-or in r.ct. an JJJ! The! many trlnnd of Mr. Ben). Park% ol W have them to W'A\ : : I I I / '

,I" piled in a heap on the I lawn, aqd the year round house, of which there *not "'Stuart,Tecognleinghisatne.aend, ; ahlllt furls none on hand I I i i
the" and bulletin that' Ht.
: N' hose is then turned on them. It is By a constitutional amendment re- a proper built cue ia town. I mean a Precinct poltlon:draervea: a :repreiieotatlve: on the: Just shut you 'A I ,'

said that the result has proved very cently adopted In Oregon direct legislation house well<<: located, with office, lobby ubinlt Board, of the CountyVommbrdoncre name' of that gentleman._ respectfully. for. County We are also PreparedTo

{ l' efitisfactory.. It is now up to same or the initiative and referendum and broad porches on the ground floor Cad. a.Conimumloner k the'ailppnrtof from all the First Democrat District
the good. Furqlsh .. nn ._._... ._,____. .. ,
Palm Beach house-wife to try the carried by a vote of 00,000 etc. This matter hag again come to my In primaries:! ol July,10th.To .n. "' '"" .. '

-providing' of course, to; 5,000. is the I mind from teeing that the businea men the Outfits for ''"'iU' "
experiment ;, Oregon; only state Democrat of Dade Count : Pumping Irrigation ,
''(. of Barlow, Fla., hate chipped In, andwtTT'build I hereby announce my candidacy for the : >
that has lawn and garden
she
a working under this plan, thoughmany oniceol County Coinmlnloner of the Fourth '"" "
a $25,000 hotel, and West District I believe that a "Public Offlue I I. a Write or call on ue for Anything ia 2
d LOBS oh and the dishes.
:;,; yes 'municipalities have adopted PaloT Beach can .lo the 'same thing. Public Truat"; and elected will 1 apply: this I Our Line-that you need. ;r,".
'ielvl It.No law in method In handling the affair of the Co
:: ,., : I Ij11" passed Oregon will Will you not agitate tftls and ace what Uhf,'. W. JeJAUTHD.!: MerKll-Stevens '

: ., Says the New York Fishing Oa- now become effective till it has been can be done. Bring it Oefore) the Boardof Mlauil Fla. j, ._ -" Engineering' Cot;, r .(,: ; ,

: zette: "The meteorological; conditions sanctioned by a full vote of the peo Trade, and have the mattter dUcuised. ier.' ,, JACKSONVILLE
For school CommlJ1 o FLA. '
"rl ; i In this country, and, in fact, all pie. Daytona, Volusia county, has This ia one of the crying needs To .. : V"4 pBOf""TO" ,

4;:' over the world, are in' an-unusual this plan to a certain extent-no of the town. Oftlceof I hurebyoner school I myJself cotiunlHBloaer:: 'a*a candidate for the for second the >, Jacksonville Marine Railways,

N +. chaotic condition: probably influ I franchise gl anted by the city council I have encloeed-a list of men who can district, Dade county, and auk. that -th" a ,
easily subscribe from $ to honest support ol my fellow Democrat be '! "
is |looo
enced either directly or indirectly by legal; until the voters have!approved 500 or accorded at the coming; Primary. .............. -
'.,; the ordinance. more, which will more than build us a JAMES V, RIU8. .. .................................... '
i, the volcanic eruptions in different Gradually we are Wet Palm Beach. Fin, :
nice ( 5.000 hotel. S Ntwlf Furnished d Throughout. Rate: f-SO P.W .-. :
coming to a state where the Day ;
peopleare ,
of the. world. In the Pacific :
j' 3G', parts be taken before it special Rab.apy Weak .f and Atlantic ol'eans. on the 1ledi.'l:1 content to govern themselves; was competed,and lessees would take a West D1SIICK & RIEGEL, '

..f : terranean, and in the North, it has not select others to pass laws for long lease, and furnish the house. Proprietors .THE. I

at had Its effect on the fishing;' and is them.-DeLond News. The money"8ubscrlbed would be a fine 1! ,, x.s ,'
Commercial .
: likely tq produce more disastrous Investment aa the house would eisily PalmBeach Hotel t.

results before the eruptions cease." The Tropical Sun commends the rent on a basis of 10 per cent net toXheowncri.

,, a'\ following;' from the St. Augustine He- In case only $13.000 or livooowere -. :l' Cr.EMA.TIS.AV2NUg, NEAR JEFFERSON'ea-6tOCK !

t cord to the people of Dade county: subscribed then the balance could i.7 '

2 The Punta Gorda llerald-pives; the "Just before the day of the election be borrowed on mortgage :DrugStore! S: c_ W. SOHMID, Proprietor :: :. -' ,
4 ,
,r following good advice: "Why do we it has frequently been the case that The Park Cottage could be boughtfor : : :

t wish to send a man to the legislature ; I think about $> ,ooo.)Jhe old house Attention 0
partisan burl their Special to
newspapers most : All :
.r ? lust because he is a good;' envenomed Could be sold for f 1,000 or more and ." Rooms-Lighted I

feHow and we like him? That policywou't whom weapons against a candidate moved off, and here would b" a fine site S' ,, Travelling Wen rtt With bas -: a J
they oppose in time to -DEALERS IN- r i
do when important Interest. for a hotel-possibly tome more suitable ," ,>
Y' get the matter before the people but location could be found-though I doubtit. : Free Sample Room .. : J :
are, at stake. If we are going to
not giving an opportunity to the Less ,than $18,000 will build Toilet ... i.rt:..... .
.
us a Drugs Articles ...ee. .
eeeeee ...... '
for ...
choose any one representative friends. of the opposition. to: disprove nice 6o-room bouse. The, Bond, LumberCompany'wlll ..............: -' ,'
4* we ougbt to select a man who is best : .
tire
charges. The wildest assertions take a-liberal.bare of the .
equipped for lookiag'after our inter are sometlnys made against a can stuck-almos('enoug to coyer the cost Fine: Stationery ana"Druggisfs THE

.p ests. A man ,of education and ability didate. Such: tactids are cowardlyand of the lumber, aa I know Mr,Morris and T'RllVBIiBRS _

;'t"" :; !'I with a degree of self-assertion is very rarely accomplish the result Mr. Frank Bond.are very much in favor Sundries. 1 .

srM''? ,... indispensibie Id a contest for intet eat An of this enterprise.See ::- NEW MANAGEMENT.\ \ ---, ..
anticipated. attack '
a _
man
upon I,
'r:'; ." and right In legislature;' ; and if he who has not the. opportunity tor defend iryou cannnot wake up an inter .PrescriptionsCarefully East Coast Business Compounded Solicited. ;. MRS., N. F. (GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville F'/aa/ '
\ in this ,
,, and est matter.
had
) ., has some training experience himself Is resented by all fair WENT PALM IIKAOH.RIPPENDORF'S .
i'Hil1t"' k With regards, .,
and la with his
acquainted associates *
r /( : minded voters. Therefore, these ;, WILMOM WHII.I.DIN, Electric:tights, Electric.:Bells..Baths, Complete; : Swvic, :t;
1f,:; and enjoys their respect, he :campaign roorbacks are discounted ,- ... 1 LADIES SHOES The ,
Best \
can tw Invaluable for good." in advance'* MANHATTAN SHIRTS-AHTHONY'S ,at AII'1'HONY.B.08. Yaks $8,00. :per day Hotel In Florida ."'1f'c
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t ,,If THIS TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH' FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 11, 1902.: 3r i '
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'.f TALE OF DARING I GALL persons are otherwise legally qualified We 1
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( )'. Ask You tfo Notice .

FROM SEATTLE I For Deraocratfe Primary ElectionIn The following named persons Officers are -. 9-

hereby appointed Registration ,
Our two advertisements .;
special In
Dade County Fla. for said primary, to wit: .
,
+' low Harry Tracy, tjhe Noted Oregon Precinct No. 1, W' K. Stypman.Precinct the Local Papers this week.' t

Convict, Eluded the No. 2, W, L., Wldm yer. '
{ Election This [issllenf' Tb.Tropiua4Suntellsyowof apecatbargatnein.UARDWARE.( ( See 5.
1 A Democratic :Primary / () f page I
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Precinct 3 S. Bobo Dean.
1 Officials. hereby oalled to be held In Dade Precinct No. 4,, M. B. Lyman. :sideration i.We! also have a startling Furniture Sale announcement In The News, that is worth your qerloua con 'I/ii/

County, Florida, In each and every :Precinct No. 5 I. H. Bu-ton. i, I '
'p tale of daring Is revealed in a Seat. precinct thereof, on Tuesday, July Precinct No. 0,, J. W.: Umsteadr : Kl E. GkOBER 1

e..Wash., despatch to the Associated IBM),,1902 and on Tuesday August Precinct N!). 7, Fran Stranahan. ,
j r1ellll. dated Sunday. The story whichreads 12tb;' 1902; for the purpose of nominating
Precinct No. 8 J. W. Ives. -
like. tale of fictlpu, IK as follows: candidates for the follow. Hard ware Furniture: and 'Bicycles ;j
Precinct No. 0,, II. L. Mitchell. ; :
!Harry Tracy, the Oregon convict, Ing narked ollloes to be voted for in Precinct No. 10( ,. John.Burdlne.
atcal3,.has elude his pursuers, afteralisplay election which Is be -
!! the general to
Precinct No. 11 W. D. I
,, Albury.
ot great daring.' Ills last act of the .AAAAAAAAAaAAAA4 AAAAAAAAA.AAA4 uAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAA
held on the first Tuesday In Nov Precinct No. 12, K.,C. Twldella.It cratlo Executive Committee '
a to rm hand into debark ember, A. D. 1002, to-wit: county'shall canvass, declare andcert.U '
.' '! wboat late'.,cia. : shall be the duty of such Registration W. HEIM. W. UDWRLL< M. D., Pliyxlclun anil Surgeonlteglatered
One United States Senator. ? the 'results as required} by
Pharmacist' ,olllce' lu pru Store.COTTAGE .
all
officers to
ttt"... noon t today Sheriff Cuad- One Reprs.en tatl va.(n Congress, register law and the Call of the Democratic '

..ihy chartered the tug Sea Won and with Second Congressional District.: white Democrats who shall applyfor Executive Committee of* the State ,
such who the time of crry
a started In ; are Gt PHARMACY.
poaae pursuit One Justice of the Supreme of Florida.
According! to Information received at Court. such application, or will he entitled The candidate receiving a major
'
IIKIM liROAD ;
: & \YELL
be'\ Sherift'i office here today Tracyept One Secretary of State. under the State Election Law, : ity of all the votes shall be declared -..
>be for the next : Tl..tprletom.
to general
registord
in the outskirts of .
a cemetery One Comptroller. ? the nominee, provided, thata I
ttle, after his battle Thursday night. Two Railroad Commissioners... electionThat Bald Registration : second primary, when necessary --'--, I "

Friday morning he proceeded! to the One Member of the Mouse of officers shall require each person. I to cboose'bet.ween',' the two highest r Mulcines "" .. '
anch of a man named Fisher, secured Representatives. who shall make-application for registration candidates where nomination shall Dealers in 'Reliable and .Chemicals. > ''

M rod and !slept and rested in the woods One County Surveyor.One to declare on his honor' not have been, made by) majority '

5 4,':that day\ and night, Early.-Saturday Tax Assessor. that ha Is entitled to be registered vote In the first primary election, ----
under the goneral''election' laws of A PULL LINK I OK- 4
Horning he appeared at Meadow Point. 'One Tax Collector. shall be held on Tuesday, the 12th
the water front thrtte miles north of Treasurer.Five the State'''and that he will vote for 1902 and Perfumes. Rubber Goods,
n One,County (day' of August, A. D., at
and the nominees of such
attle his original point of Iandlng.ere County Commissioners. *" support both State and such primary election 'only such Toilet Articles Cigars and '
he compelled I Japanese: ftaherboy Three Members of the County primary, County, electors as were qualified to vote at
4 ow4lm' ,to Madison Point', twelve Board of Public Instruction and who pledge themselves or if the first primary election shall be$ and Stationery. Tobacco. ,
themselves
L 'Ii across and down the sound from One Justice of 'the Peace in and der challenged oath to pledge the nominees un permitted to vote. !3-ltf PALM9 BLOCk. W:8T: PALM 11 EACH.

y r, tie.: lIe dismissed boy declar- for District N '"!, 2,3,4,5: 6, 7, 8, support Election. !I Except aa hereinbefore providedsaid '

the: latter would be killed by Tracy's 9, 10, 11 and 12. of Said said Primary officers shall ; primaries shall be' conducted ITYYYT.T."TT.T.T"T..T.TT..TT..T.T t .T...T.TTTTTTT.T.

if he told of the trip. They l landed One Constable In and tot Die Registration I accordance with the primary .

r the honae of the rancher Johnson, trict Noel, 2,.3, 4, 5,0, 7, 8, 9,10, keep their In boo each Ikc open election at the pollIng .aw and the general election law CITY 'MEAT MARKET '
Tracy' watched the, i onse for aDur 11 and 12. place precinct of this State now In force.

&0' make sore of the number' often ., Such Primary Election shall l beheld on June the A 12th D., 13th Ib02 and between.14th days the of W. A, FILER, Florida and Western Meats, Poultry, Game and Eggs.
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there. Finding! 'only two he en- in each of the 12 precincts of Chairman Democratic Ex: Com- '
red hours of 9 A. M. to 12 M, and 1 p. M. Mall Order Receive) Careful Attention. ,
.luJ -i..ced! that he. Intended thin County between the hours of mittee of Dade County.
s meld l ',JJ in the ranch and take and and the to 6 't'. >(, Attest
lj' eight! ,A. M. sundown Jefferson Block WEST' PALM BEACH.
,
,
d ;';ptlace All persons 10 registered shAll, <)02 .
for a few days. He following; named places for holding S. L. :PATTERSON Secretary.
:;t liitf"-V t But after seeing ,your pretty such election and the following for the purpose of said primary

[girl I wilt kill no une if you will named inspectors' and] clerjcs. to election be deemed to be lawfully '- ----- --

{.,mee I will be here all day" Conduct, the same are hereby"nam registered, unless their name or AGENCY' JaB.MOGI'LEY&OOa.,2 I :'
names" shall be "stricken, from such ,
the family prepared breakfast for ed, and appointed by the- Executive : :

_racy and put one plate.on the table Committee, to-wit : lists aa hereinafter provided. Said CONTINENTALPLANT ,
No. 1 Registration olllcers shaft, not later :i *
gainst the wall. Precinct polling place, '
.. ,.!.'Thl is not rlght.'f'declared the con public school house; Inspectors, than June 20th, A. i>., 1902 deliver .. Strictly' :First-Class .. .r\

vict. W, J* Dyer, Ben Parks? Morris such registration books to the '
'at the table in the middle of theroom Johns';'cleric, C W, McHherson. chairman of this Committee, who. COMPANY House-Furnishing

,' and all sit down with me," which Precinct No. :2. polling place, shall call a,meeting of this Com. ,

ices, .done. Tracy then read. Fridayevening's school Itot1we!" ; inspectors, Harry mittee" on said last mentioned date .Of Kittrell, N. C. Draperies. Window Shades .
paper and after learning how DuBoIs WilTTXm' Lamb, E., C.. Mil to. revise such lists ; that In case ,,

I : Mrs.;Van Horn had betrayed her pres- ler; clerk, John ll.>Grant* any iiarnes are stricken( froa such -- Wall Papers

"''ence in her house to the butcher boy, Precinct No.3, polling place; lists. that. such names be published 8TKA1VIIKKUY' PLANTS ,

yrr aid he bad been careless in not \keeping Yacht Club, house-t inspectors, J : for at least one Insertion in" some "abbas,,! Tomato amf Cet.py, Planti. Wickers, Japanese
'everyone In that house constantly ender TDBerry, Joel A.Dean and John newspaper In the County, giving

'. Is eye. B. Beach; clerk, J. F. Hergess, notice that this Committee shall CARNATION A Specialty.PINKS \\ and Enamel Goods ,
My carelessness in this respect made Precinct No. 4, polling place, JimPotter's meet on'July Sttrf A. D., 1902 to
M n'eceiaar y to kill two officers,"he said.e reinstate any of auch persons ad We handle ROMB and Plowwluir. Plants rill
packing house inspectors, .. Freight Prepaid Anywhere In Dade
I o. I,, laber Olin lit. Mllr)' 'Ia County ;I
forced the Johnsons to give him a stricken; if in their Judgment the
J. W. Porter and
II. B.
Murray A share of, patronoge.ohelle.I.SIAx4 Jefferson BEACH'IT
1' ti dIe of clothing and hats and six George'Lyman j clerk, H. H, Wilkinson. same should be done, at which said OIl() Ra PROMPTI.Y fltLED Block WEST PALM
tr
1 ..' supplies of food clothing and meeting all persona so stricken and Address. FKANK COFK.raitf ', -
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t o nets made Into bundles. all candidates are hereby Invited to
Precinct No. 5, polling place .
P.O. pox 144.Went Faint Stench Pie ----------.--- .
,1'4' 8 o'clock he bound and tightly north end of railroad depot; inspectors attend. Said Committee shall at ------

gged the Johnson family, made their ,? Pederson R.G.,Tasker, such meeting make up a list of'all )

fired man. Anderson, carry the bundles and L. G. Lyman; clerk, W, G. I registered electors as shown by'the ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAC. {} WATER COLORS. t

.1, to Johnson's rowboat, put Anderson 'in Carle. said registration lists and by the ;;

:the,boat at the oars and started down. Precinct; No.6, polling place, registration books of the County, G. von SCHOELER 1\RD E. RESLJSR.Photographer. !

"the sound. !'tlrs.1ohnson released herself llftrdy's store; inspectors, J. I. or In case such books cannot" : .

and the others two hours later, and Hardy. Jos W Pearce> and C. E.. be procured for the purpose of Watchmaker

t i notified Deputy Sheriff McKay, who' Halle; clerk, Covender., making up such" lUt, then the list of 4

,lives at Madison ;Point. McKay secured Precinct No.7. polling place, registered voters as published prior : and Jeweler. I '

i a boat and" lent word to Seattle this Stranahan1 all; Inspectors, R. A. to the last gene'ral election shall be CLEMATIS .

morning. Sheriff Cuadahy was auctioned Bryan, K. C. Goodwin and W. L. used a copy of which list shall be : ARTISTIC $ AVENUE i

I...', ;, from Bothell,and at 1:30: o'clock, Uracknell) clerk, W. C. Valentine. furnished the Inspectors of each precinct ENGRAVER on.... Opposite Masonic Temple.
w several! men, started down the in the County. No person .
Precinct No. polling place, R. WOOD or METAL
.
'tl / Soun in the Sea Lion, an electric tugboat E. :McDonald's store; inspectors, except those shown on such lists .. West Palm. Beach,, Fla. \ .

looking for the desperado and the John A. Harp, \t Sloane and John shall be entitled to vote at or participate PARLOR
farm hand. However, as Tracy had In such primary electionIn ----------------------.
W. Wofford ; clerk, C. P. Bull. : in ZAPH BLOCK,
fifteen hours' start it is believed he will Precinct No 9, polling place, case any ot tne aoove named .. Next dour South( qa.

make good! his escape. The suppositionIs Moifat'a old store ; inspectors, P. parties,shall refuse toad, or' for SBMINOLE.HOTBL: A. (DALE C. C. CUTTREIX
that he wilt row all night, probably W, Merritt, Paul Matthans and any reason are unable to act as Entrance, .

'y kill Anderson, sink ttoeboa' and disappear Raymond Burr; clerk K. F. Mot- Registration officers,,.then the Campaign WEST PALM BEACH. Ft A. MANGONIA i BOAT
1 into the wild forests of northern fat. Committee is hereby authorized WORKSC.
Washington, where; he muy live many No. 10 i to appoint/ to 'Experienced, workman. Cleaning andRcpelringskillfully
Precinct polling place, proper person done. 4-10-tf CUTTUELL
days on-his supply of,food." city ball ; Inspectors, Dan Cob- fill such vacancy." .Manager.
_
Borrowing- One Cent.A grove, F..W.,Hahn and O. R. Nicholson All candidates for codnty'IIIcee nvnv.v..vvvvvvnnvvvvBrelsford.Bros. Shipwright, Caulker and _Spar Maker.,

clerk, J.D..Rellly. shall make application, setting
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man of I large fortune Is not infrequently Precinct No. 11, polling place, forth, the other' for "which they MARINE RAILWAYS
.
Caught: short of pocket Nevi''York change.Says old postoUlca' building; inspectors, desire-to run, by ,noon>D: the 24th ., .
in the
Victor Smith
John J, Hlnaon Andrew Hardle day of June; A. D., 1902,' '0' the and Boat Shops. west side of
have known D.Rockefeller Lake
Press: "I John Rear Estate and Insurance
this and ,
and W. D., Albury; clerk. J. L Chairman of Committee ,
to borrow 5 tents for car fare, and in Order to have at MANGONIA.
Young. each applicant, ,
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it la no uncommon thing' for Uncle Ruesell :Precinct No. 12, polling place his name printed on the ballot to PALM BEACHFLA., Estimates burnished on New or Old Work.

Sage to bo 'broke. One evening Brown fc Moody's warehouse; Inspectors be used at said primary shall ac. to Rent Vessels hauled, out and taken care of for the' Summer.
Public.
of small Notary Cottages ,
prominence
recently a man no '
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the
I. T. Stephens, John J. his application with "
company
in his community found himself at Thir fie! All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.SEA .
Sfranhauser' and \V., A. Cooper following fees; Poitofflc Building North ol
ty-fourth street and Sixth avenue\ with 1-1901, Polnelana Hot L SKIFFS A SPECIALTY ., H-i-oa
clerk, William Anderson. Representative $25. '
only four cents in his clothe.,and be
;shall be in accord County Surveyor $5. .
All ballots
to home the I"
was in a burry go on upper
West Side. Not caring to have a Check ante with the provisions; of the' Tax Assessor $60.< pro71o7eo7soiso>toiroiao7soitoi.oi.olaoi.oi.o5so5soko7.o7s o7.o7SO9so7so7so7soo
State Election Law, and shi ll be Tax Collector, $60.. Monroe Dorseys! Siavim Parlor Y
cashed at a ear or hotel, and feeling a .

,' delicacy fn approaching a stranger on so direction printed and of the distributed Democratic' under Executive : the. County County Treasurer Commissioners, $50., each, $5. Banyan St., ,near Olive.Coopers Old. Stand j. National Bank of the :State of 'Florida I

Grippled: Committee of this county.Three Members of the. School Board, BEST SERVICE and -
,
each $5. PROMPT ATTENTION;
Inspectors and one Clerk- Justice of the :Peace, $1. R.1-I..tr i JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA oSTATE
t of one cent. 'Sure I'exclaimed thc'ap- shall hold'the election in each district Constable $1. I o .
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itallst hauling out a' fist full of coins; and ,shall serve for both : ARTSON
Tlie Committee shall W. H AND CITY
Campaign DEPOSITORY
won't you help yourself. What goodwill State and county primaries, each I i
a penny do a gentlemen, the likes of whom shall subscribe In writingto prepare and distribute an official ,,0 '
of ballot to be used at such' primary TAILORINC'lit ::"' o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON' :President. THOMAS >
o' you?' The gentleman took: one cent an oath that they and; each P. DBNIIAM, Cashier
and rode home. 'Ou'tte following after. them 'will faithfully perform the In accordance with,the general u JAMES "D. BAKER, Assistant. Cashier. V
of
law and with the Call
election
noon be stepped off the train at :thirty duties of such Inspectors and clerk Com. "I All Its Branches o

fourth street and alippedjjfly.oae .In the holding of such primary In the Democratic Executive -- o Banking Business of East Coast" Business Men, Farmers te i.

into the boy's hand, !But 'What for l' i accordance,with' the primary and mittee. o' and Frnlt-Growers Solicited. .
At the close of the polls the r
election law of the State PRESSING CLEANING
said the cripple. 'Interest replica! the .general ,
and clerks shall canvass
borrower. 'The cent you lent me and I and with such instructions as may inspectors ukokokokokokokokokokokorokokorokokokokokokokokokokoK
the votes, make correct' returns, DYEING AND: REPAIRING
this commit. F
half ft' dollar for Interest. Awfully be furnished. ; them by .
.
Executive
and give one copy to the -
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( obliged. Just_one,.touch.. .of.nature. tee. Committeeman: of the precinct Shop on Olive St. West Palm Beach
.
Only those shall be permitted to O OFFICIAL and LODGE SEALS
FREE TO OUR REaDERS. become candidates before or to the other copy shall be locked up -
la the box:, together with the poll Rubber StamDS S TO .
In the management ORDER.
Botanic Blood Balm for the Blood vote at or participate
WOOD'
list, ballots, .tally sheets and all. % WOOD f
If you suffer from ulcers,, eczema, ;of the !laid' primary'election and"books used at IN TWELVE HOURSFlorida' r*
scrofula blood poison, cancer, eating 'who declare their adherence.to other papers .
sores, Itching: skin Dimples, boils, bone the principles and organization of such primary'nd'RI'en to one of OF ALL KINDS Rubber Stamp Works
pains, swellings,_rheum tia i, catarrh, the Democratic party, State 'and the Inspectors' who shall deliver*.the Stove Wood ,
u or any blood or skin disease we advlre. t.bel.we' of the same to the Chairman of the Democratic I, METCALF Local Agent. 22i Sfaln St., Jackeonvllle'Fla.
8afmB. who by CRUX ;
;r you to fake Botanic Blood ( B.B.J JEspecially county, are Executive Committee of Delivered to Any Pert of Town. 1
r ; recommended for old obstl State lawful elector of the election
''t nate, deep-seated cases, cures where all district In'which they offer to this county the court house In
,; else fails,heals very sore. makes the vote, who have paid. their poll Miami( Florida,' on' the 17th'' dayof Leave- orders at Wood Yard on Clematis Fond MANON'S- _- ttitYcstlayB Factory OUT. O17.
r i'\;\ blood pure and rich, gives the skin the ten days July A. D., 1902, and"'August Avenue, near the railroad track, Home. OlUce and Sales,
, rich glow of.heal tho Druggists, ft per taxes for 1900 and 1901 .. t r I 1902 : said Committeeman addr. 41ii:
1S 02 14th, A. n., ;; or GUAVA JELIYCANDY room. \V. Uuy
qq. large bottle; Sample'sent free by writ. prior to July 15th A. D.; Jacksonville.
Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe .' since shall convey ,the returns to : Oiiavn t.
I Ing Blood : (Those having come of age J, T.:, SNELL Ds.nrhatnran '
Ii medical advice house the same day, Jelly Agin*
trouble and free 1900 and all over 65 years th.e; court on i tf.In all Towu on Rutlout.
t. sent la .ealed letter Medicine- Nut at the year such at" which time the entire' Demo FROFIlIETOn.: eAtt .
i ', once, prepaid. of age excepted provided

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ti' rr" 1", THE TROPICAL>1f, WEST, PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: FRIDAY, JULY 11 190!. ( -
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rates ask for would TORETAIN and that they cannot take part or fn.slst,
MIAMI BUREAU ROUND ABOUT MIAMILinks ,THE COMMISSION make shipments.a further reduction you and we cannot WANT any way suuh'an elnctlon, and thai im I"t <
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he
--C)1'- : CLAIMS CREDIT under any'circumstances\ consider them OFFICE loved III the polling pieces or Hour I tit .uij,

THE TROPICAL SUN of Local News Picked up : I think we have already concede -N.'t''
r in tile figures submitted without
Here and There. ,enough Another Chicago Tire.A b
In Rates concession be Bade County's Executive Committee .
Office In n For the Reduction Freight asking that a' further. *
Anthony Block Twelfth Street near .
Avenue C. Between Miami and Jaissonvllle *- : made." Will Not Keoede From / Chicago despatch dated Saturday
Brief Mention of Current Events Gather last ">>,, fire which broke cot,
F. E. C. I On January 15th, 1902, Chairman Day Position First Taken. says: a ,,
All\ rmbfirrlptlonri, ndvertlnement and orders. for by THE SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters on again wrote to Mr. Parrott that "The lu their plant lit the stock yards tonight,
job work South of Fort Lauderdale. received at
thin office. During the Week. writer is satisfied/ that your figures front Swift & Co.-suffered a I loss which i III es-,

... Talbiliasaee, Fla, July la, 1902.- Grant Station to Miami Inclusive would Acfordingjlo! Hit Miami News the Boated at ':'OQooo. T lie_ fUf.yjv rwq co/

... The thermometer has beee hanging The Railroad Commision announces be acceptable to the Commission- provided Democratic] Executive Committee', of fined to one t buIld I C71"'" '
MIAMI, FLORIDA, JULY 11, 1003.
Dade held I A '
around the 92 to 95 mark this week. that, effective Septemhep 1st, 1902, the the rate north of Grant to San County a meeting at the tersectlon of Packers yen
freight rates 911 fruits and vegetables on Court house lu Miami, 6a Saturday lout I j'"v
Bargains 'jta Improved and uuiuiproved Mateo were adjusted on a basis notUIgh way. This structure was f..
WHO REDUCED THE FREIGHT RATES t the line of the Florida East Coas .Rull- and Rave attention (0 various matters
city property. Townley Bros. Anthony \. er tban'tbe present rates. The Commission ", high, built of brick, and was three; h / vf.
:The people of Dado county, especially -! Block. way will be reduced five cents per crate will not"agree to any Increased In connection with the approaching qed feet quThe first floor was" be':",

the truck and fruit I from stations the, lower end of lbe( primaries. cupied by the wholesale ,meal market oil
growers, Large and small tracts of land tot rates even join points from which there
were much interested In the announce fruits and vegetables. Townley Bro line to Jacksonville, wltk\proportionate is no movement I think upon a careful The committee made Hot of voter the company, the second! by the sliippfp

;I; ment made by the Miami papers.' Anthony Block. reduction from Intermediate stations. examination of the three sets 'of figure for each precinct. using the list printed department,,and the bird( and fourth I
In the fall of 1900 the Railroad Con. pieviout to the last general election
of
'e will the general ofTjcea thecoinpnny.
clear to meet ,,
that the Florida East you see your way
week
ago: Mr. C. L. Xlmanias has been In St- ]
mlssloners, of their own volition, took together with the Hat of voters fur-
,? these views and bring the matter to aa new latter arc said to have been the target/
Coast Railway bad made a voluntary Augustine this week, attending at tile up the matter of revising the frelgl amicable close. Certainly there should nUhed by the registration officers of the single offices in the United Sautes. 4lPt' f

reduction of five ceuta per crate In bedside( his father, 'who Is reportedto rates on fruits and vegetable! on all the ,' be no serloas objection on your part to various precincts A copy of the complete than 800 employees working ,Oil oiiKpl

''t the rate on vegetables from Miami be very ill. railroads ,operating in Florida with a'"Iew let present rates remain In effect from list of voter Is to be furnished the the floors in a single rood The CHimr

and Intermediate points to Jackson- Messrs. W. L Metcalf, H. P. Bran ning to making reductions In .ald'tatea points that make no shipments" (board of inspectors at each precinct. of tbe fire is DoL WOWIt, but ft was, ,ills/ .]

ville. and C. C. Chllllngworth represents as far as practicable and along line After further negotiations ou Februa. The committee panned the following covered'ear' the engine; room. Ih*;

The follow inK clipping taken from the West Palm Beach legal fraternity which would result In the greatest telie resolution .. portions
;, ry 7th. 1909: the Traffic Manager of the : burped bfllding adjoins of' t' I
News at County Court this week. and benefit possible-to the truck ,and of & Co. and. Jibbyp 1 h/
the Miami aa being a portionof Florida East Coast Railway wrote to Whereon, Th Dade County Duniocratta plant Armour ,
Mr. Parrott's interview with the The Florida East Coast Railway surveyors fruit growers of.the State. At meeting Chairman Day: "I enclose herewith Executive Coniuilttva him, rul il that Ito Neil & Libby, and fot' a time the.fira., i ipurluient
have been busy all week Murvev. held in Jacksonville October 16 and 27- tann ofolllra IH for four date had
committee arranging; for the Miami memorandum showing rate on oranges, years from the a desperate 'fight to( kr
Is In striking contrast with Ing'a route to the south ot Miami for 1900 the schedule of revised rates wa vegetables and pineapples as prepared, of Itw election at thd-Prlmnry IJeutlou lu these buildings fiuui the flumes,
jubilee, the extension of the railway furnished by the COIDmls lon to representatives September, \100,00 the following ground: loss
proposed is covered
Railroad making the five cetat reduction In the fully' by Insurance.
r the official atatemeot'bfthe towards Cutler. of all the roads as to the basis Jar That the Inna-th ol its nfllue was. notstated
in territory designated by Mr. Parrott, also at the Bald election:: In AbOu.find :-- 4.Misplaced.-'
Commissioners, as published a which the Commission
You wilt be sorry it you wait too long| upon pioposec making reduction on oranges and pineapples That hollaylng flint Its term of office Sympathy.
special despatch from Tallahassee to to readjust rates At all' of those meet. WAil tbe.ame UK that ol the KtnteCnmtnlUm.
The early bird catches the worm. and from other territory, which he We observe some of our condo.' ,\
The Tropical Sou. likewise the first comer gets the first lot Ings: the railroad companies protested desired to make at the same time and 1 In It Its followed own tenure the of State office.Committee's ruling; on porariea who are, perhaps not io we,ijj

The dipping referred to reads as cheap. Townley Bros., real estate deal. most vigorously against any reduction addition lines up the rates lit accordance ad. That the Comniltteo behaves that the Informed as they mlgh ferrln,

follows : era: Anthony Block. in existing rates on these articles; (uslst- with distances han<;lled. I would' 'stat Primary Eloctlon Law will hnve a (Hirer tent to Omit Paul Kruger, n _,

: While the committee was in conference The latent appointment as clerk i lu tug that present rates were much lower in this connection, If the 'rates herein for the flint. lour year It the Committee" remains "the pathetic Ipectlcla 4 ...
la office, because the Committee has
with Mr. Parrott. the subject County Clerk E. C. Dearborn's office, than those in effect prior to the ruinous submitted ale made effective, this com. had experience In management which a new this sturdy old patriot >lbo.'J' }'''

of the general welfare of this south and a popular one', too, is that of Mr freeze of 1895. when fruits and vegeta-. pany's revenue will be reduced by about Committee would have to acquire. way, slipped onjt of Africa in the ,nl" '' '

ern country was discussed to some John T. Crawford, son of Hon. H. Clay bles were moving la far greater qunnl $45,000.00. 4th. That the ruling of the State Campaign w th several million dollnr 'In en*
Florida's of ties and bringing much less in the markets conclusion of these Committee was to the effect that themil '
State.
Crawford Secretary At the oegotta
and Mr. Parrott Incidentally Teiving, his venerable wife )ItrliOld( hi
extent
torof term of the
than at the present time. It was the present County
remarked that the rate on vegetables Miami Is justly proud of bar'! up-to further urged, in opposition to 'a )educ- lions and investigations, the Railroad Executive Cntu mltteea of the eoveral Countlee to die' of a broken. heart. These eG-
date steam It is Commission ordered that, effective September ol the Slate I. loft with the thnslasts '
from Miami 'to Jacksonville, laundry. turning out entirely ,Demi*; forget-or pt'rhap'f' have. jet
first-class work at reasonable prices tat,,1902, a reduction should be cratlu County Committee, to -learn-that" Mr.; Kruxer urged her
m'- commencing: September let would be Bth, That, other Pemoiratln t Count.** COID-
Give It'a trial. It Is located at the core made and applied of five cents per package husband not to flee the country, saylngr
reduced to 25 cents crate. This and bluch'more expensive than formerly inlets have ruled ths same na the committee '
per ner of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. ou fruits and vegetables ou the FlorIda of this County notably EnranililaiHItla- "It is. you who have IdlllIe.llbJ flirt '' '

la the third reduction on vegetable .' 59tf ; that if lower rates were enforced, East Cosst Railway from HiauTTt. boro Columblii, Lake. and Urania,,all Deiuocratlu you should flow stay and put It oUt't

rates that the Florida. East Coast Preparations for the jubilee celebratIon this high-class service would have to be Jacksonville, with proportionate reduce atronallolcli; All )he world ,knows the result.; 'The

Railway Company( has made, and go steadily ahead., The railroad abandoned which would work great det- tlons from other stations, in general accordance Therefore be Instructed Ite It rtwolvmlJJff; the "Secretary man sllll lives and has hU. u.'n.I',. '', The
to have mifl1cl
have been voluntarl- beyond Jacksonville have agreed to rlmeut to growers and shippers. Great with the rales originally de- nt copiesof -Is
the eretlllc.tloos this Rexolutlon printed and posted at the woman i dead and forgotten.-Talla:*.,
lion their part. The original rate! was give a oae-f le rate, which means that emphasis was laid upon the point that. manded by the Comniialon. twelve. election precincts and 'also' notiry the hessee Capital. '- ,

80 cents and the hundreds of people from outside the Florida shippers could well afford to dispense With the understanding that the reduced Hoards. of Innpeetors of each of the twelve' --.--.- ,
next com
35 cents ,
State will attend. The local committee with a very low freight rate if, 1 lu rate would be placed la effect ou precincts that thl. Committee lio k. not KNOX HATS-standard world.
ing season will be 25 cents. authorised election for the oft ;
nn
members
of
return assured of fast and theCounty
they were
is list of the member of the
"These reductions have been voluntary busily engaged arranging a attractions September 1st,1902, Pnuiocratlc. Executive Committee -at; ANTHONYS BKOS. a
which will iuclude a street high-grade freight service from the Railroad Commission agreed to Mr. Parerott'S
and have not been forced upon points of production to the markets of ,
fair, Seminole Indian camp, balloon as- request that no publicity be (k lvea -

j them by any action or suggestion cension and numerous water excursions: consumption.To the matter until that time. The Commission : .I M. Uion: ;n, PrmMvnl' : :

i from the State, Railway Commis- Mr and Mrs. John Sewell b"e'the support their contentions the rail. have kept faith with tills agreement Bank of Bay Biscayne! o ,.H.McUormlck.Curry. _Vlcniil.lint'unt'h':| .. l'1...".hl. 1 .y

;; sion. heartfelt sympathy of the entire com road representatives presented a striking but'since certain papers have seen rlts It, '. iirthHlilw. ,, llnnlili' p

"The facts that the former array of figures. The increased expense fit tomakethemattepublictbeRailroadCommission "
are munlty in their sad affliction in the loa '
3 rates could have been'maintained up of their little daughter, Jacqueline. Mra. of operating railroad properties, due to will at once promulgate the Capital: $50,000This :

to the present time, but the railway Sewell and the children have be the great advance in the wages of'labo' reduced rate and see that! it is adoptedand M'IA. I a -
F'LORxD
and the price of material of every character .
1 officials have repeatedly shown the visiting friends at Daytona and it wa applied after September 1st.
was set out in great detail, as bear
towards the truck. there on Monday last, that the young --.--- --- --- -
liberality ---- --
greatest ----
lug upon the question at issue ; and I It
er, and as practicable, rates have life passed away the trouble being was finally contended that none of the The board of directors of the Louis. is the Season When Froa1L

been reduced to the lowest possible menlngetla. The funeral took place railroads were making as much profitout Lana Purchase Exposition have adopteda -Fruit is Scarce

minimum, thus giving evidence of here being on held Wednesday in the Baptist morning CnurchRevW. service. of their freight business a. they!! are resolution, that during the whole ........N.... ...N.........N. 4 ...... ........

their sympathy with the trucker and E. Stanton officiating. !legally entitled to, hence, reduce rate duration of the exposition the gates And In offering this.Jlue of Evaporated Fruits,
shall be closed to "Ia'tora on Sunday
their desire to help him as much as -.._. on such'important revenue producing you get, a big; variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs t .
Harriman of the Southern
E. H.
president -
articles of fruits and
freight as vegetables and webs.
possible. Bar Association. :
County
Pacific Railroad has been made
would be unjust unreasonable An4
The Dade County Bar Association belt < 2 READ THIS LIST
unwarranted law. chairman of the World's Fair Com- : y

A Voluntary Rate Reduction will be (Interesting ?) its regular meeting at Miami on Tuesday -Conditions by were such that It was deemed 1 mission, recently created In New York : Evaporated Apricots 15 cehtsfpojmd : t 6'i i
The following telegram evening. There was a good attendance -
;
reading to those who read the and the occasion was pro. necessary to take up this questionwith by_Governor Odell..., :- Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents. pound : .'
each of the roads separately, using Evaporated Fears, 15 cen's pound .
of the F. E. C. officials -
ulsum praise R'y nouuceij by all present an exceptionally Governor Jennings has. returned to
the same general basis, however, for alto Evaporated Apples, 15 ceuts pound :
In the last issue of the Miami
4r enjoyable one. The following committee Tallahassee from Washington where he
these (them. Accordingly, negotiations were I Evaporated Figs, utf"' cent pound : ,
and News publications
Metropolis the '
were appointed by the President, went on business connection with
claiming: that Mr. Parrott had voluntarily Col. W. R. Anno: opened with the Florida East Coast Rail Indian war claims. *** I: I Big line California Prunes, io cts pound ,'.., t.

reduced the rate 5 cents per Fee-Bill-C. C. Chillingworth, G. A. way, which has throughout been represented .--s.- Fancy Layer Fl
c crate on "vegetables_ from Miami,-but Worley and S. L. Patterson. by Vice-Presldent J. R. Parrot Do you read The Tropical Sun P Fancy Fard Dates, tai cts pound : .
and Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwith. : Good Sun Dried Ap*-les. 10 cts Ib .
,
i see what Commissioner J. L. Morganhas Grievances. W. M. Williams, J. T. :
the subject: Those officials were 'furnished copies d( 5>i pounds good Roasted Coffee |(.oo ; ,
to say on Saunders and A. E. Heyset:.. rr ,
Jacksonville:Fla., July 8, 1902.A. New Leii.llIlon-U.! F.... Atkinson, reduced rates proposed by the Commission tpj. : 33 pounds fleet Flour, ;$;i.ju .e''i, ,
In order that they might "line up" 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, |i.oo w'
A. Boccs, W. I. Metcalf and H. P. Brannlng. i tj .r : 1 ;(,.
the schedule for Intermediate points. frilt signature Is box ot tile gamine Gallons Oil, 85 cents "
on
care C. D. Leffler. Miaml, Fla. Library-R. R. Taylor, W. S. Graham ) every i :;,:
Just received telegram from J. L. More and II. B. Sounder) They were allowed sufficient time for this Laxative Bromo-Quinine*** : 3 cans Milk, as cents ,':'

Ii follow.: purpose, but with the understanding th. reez.dybee cants at oM f. : reading as ;
gan EatertalnmeatG.IIWorley W. I. ''
: .
: "In December, 1900 at a hearing in Metcalf and J. T. Sanders. that the Commission would insist on a .......................................!............. ..' '.

,' Jacksonville, a new rate on fruits and The'officers of the Association schedule based on a reduction front 30- '
"
are 'V.U'ANNO. I
eat' vegetables was submitted to talltoacls; as follows: cents to 25 cents per crate from Miamito e. D. LEFFLERMIAMI. ..: r: .;.4r' ,:

last the question was taken President W. R. Anno Vice-Pres Jacksonville.Messrs. ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.Omproot '
Early spring ; Twelfth St.. Between P.O. and
FLORIDA :1'
up again with F. E. C. Ry., Meeerr.I dent A. E. Hevser; Secretary, H. B. Parrott and Beckwith submitted Room Hatchet Building Ave JMUtnl. >, : : )

Parrott and Beckwith representing Railway Saunders; Treasurer G. G. Currie. schedules, which,however were disapproved .. Florid. 4-r.s-iyo\ '! \,

'ff, Company. The proposed rate _.., by the Commission. The Investlgstion ;

started out from Miami with 5 cents A "Cracker" On Boggs.: entered upon to reach a just ROBERT B. TAYLOH _. Biscayne Lumber and SijlrCoT: Lumber ; ':
Shingles
reduction on vegetables; oranges and settlement involved a large amount ostatistical f ,
Our eaoilia tea oat*
er bopping, ; work and examination of railroad LA WrEn ; '
pineapples s cents above vegetables.Mr.Psrrott Up en down In DadeLakin' BRICK
CEMENT
LIME PLASTER '
and
:: HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnell a "
which Crates
bad cOllald-
earnings, to be
fought against any re to the boye. Office In Postoffice Block,
"Are your poll tax paid ," ered. Numerous meeflRgs were held to MIAMI, FLA. BMar J. A. CONRAD ;Eras.: '
MIAMI FLORIDA s..tf- l
reducer give representative truckers and .
Ter say them canldatee all er likeA -- fruit I-.t. .

4; them to line up on basis of 5 cent bad an'etealln lot; growers and traffic officials full hearings \ l

reduction at Miami, and not order A..' alu't no good for nothln', A large amount of testimony was taken ATKINSON.
So they should be out shot. H. FRANK W.
.
STANTON
f in nor publish the reduced rate till and exhaustive arguments heard. The & CO. -

September rat thus allowing them Thar I.good an' bad In canldate. ; negotiations/ required'much time, but't ATTORNEMT.LAW
; _
Thar l I. good and bud. In all ;
to dispose of the present crop at existing Somehow. they do Hue, was desired by the Commissioners set- NOTARY PUBLIC .OUR SPECIALTY.: 11

( rate. An' often they will fall. tie the controversy without resort to the Ml.MU.FU.

t This-was agreed to. The Commission Me,myself, am na eanldate, Courts, possible, thus avoiding more It-ie-lr Fancy East Coast Pines

d feels. that the public announcement by But I. bin here 10 long extended delays and heavy,expenses, EO. A. WOULI1Y. _

{ Mr. Parrott of his intention to reduce, That I ken mostly allus tell In the first part ol the present year, G, 14 Vine Street Philadelphia

has released them from their promise, Tb.ood..o..from the wrong he traffic officials of the -Florida East! AiTORNEY-AT-LAW. -_ "

and the rate will now be published. In Rome .ay Boggs ain't not square!ITbat' Coast Railway submitted a revised ached.I General. practice State and Federal. Court. 1
F Growers I-
regard to the lining up several rates I what to Bo they,..mlathkeReln'true he'll be tru_ ule of freight rates on vagetablea, baaed All bu".lne. ... entrusted will receive prompt at.teatlo of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit ,/ : ,

were submitted before agreement was Jee watch Bog-gv scoop the cake upon that.first made by the Commission Btreet.Office, Brown Building, AT.. D and 18th GROVES LOCATED ,,

reachcd.t I and making reductions at certain points MIAMI. FLORIDA ','
When Mr. DOCK makes a speech, 'On January 8th, 1902, Chairman of Liles & Stanton, Terra Cela Fla. Armstrong & Stanton Palmetto \
There is an understanding; that fruitsnd It's JM as strong an' tight Day 1-1 laSao ; : .; 1
the Railroad J<; Stanto Llmonla Fla.Pianos ,
t'17
Commlision. wrote ,
will be taken with Ae ef to Mr.
't draw'd
rate were
f vegetsble up on kowikla Ble) other lines after primary election.J. A n'signed before th.IUate. '' Parrott that the rates submitted were V"
w Capital Stock.tOOOOO.OO ...
not
N. C. STOCKTON." An lea ae long .. Mr. King satisfactory adding, "It was never

Don't try some little "scheme contemplated to Increase any rates, even Somers Brothers '
1 } It will thus be seen that to the Railroad CompanyPITTSBURG. Organs Sewing Machines
To keep BORKS oat vt office.. (rom territory from which there is no _
Commission Is due the credit fort
So long Boggs will act the
same. movement of the commodities in PBNIII'A.Commission .
X! self
reduction, Mr. Parrott and question direct from the Factory
obtaining
'0' |I...* believe on BOIr.. nor do we.deem an increase ueces- The Celebrated Schubert Piano with -
Merchants Maudolln( AttaChment ,
the
the corporation newspapers to contrary ,
To thoeu that him fair
treat
nary in order to 'line up' the present The Conover Pianos, tile Cable Pianos
notwithstanding. He mostly allus ..n.. Wholesale Produce Dealers .
The
rates or those in contemplation."* KlnKsbuty Pianos, the Wellington Pianos,
? A. A. Bocos. An'U, an'will act square. The _
--a. H. R. Mr. Parrott replied that he could notcontent Invite consignments from Dade Chicago Cottage Organ in twenty.niae styles. -
Fla. 8 __ ; Count! At the + '
Grove Very Lowest
Cocoanut July 1903. Prices and
on Liberal "
1 .
Terms.
'
reductions and Southern
Florida -
to
. to the extent of' Fruits, Vegeables Catalogues and "
+to' -- I To Cure a Cold In One Day asked by the Commission, laying "It IsDOt and Producer promising prompt Prices Finished or, Application: '

' IF: EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES. $6.00 and Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- a difficult matter to understand that sales Immediate, at highest retains.Pittsburg prices, and- Old l IdstriBnts Taken la Exchange *- TH Celebrated Singer Sewing Uachlnt ': 't.

" ,' $;.oo-finest made-at ANTHONY'S eta. AH druggists refund the money IIIt the Increase does not affect ,fhe shippers, We tefer to this t>.pei;> leading Dade County Needle. A.U.-.U for,? iliad.prompt. ot fc-'nMn' **. *.? Order wilt, reoer". .. ..". ,

-.- falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slgna-: a. we have made our reductions the shippers, PtttabargBaak.andotherwell known. VOR. ATB.: I>.ANI> -

? Vital's Brand Ctothtng-ANTHONY'. hire is on each ho". aj cents. territory: from which we gut our largest ..nu..-.1 reliable! Mending tMurcet sad) of business Information. method, as Io bur 1 I.U Ilth.T.1. J. TRT ERICKSON





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TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM: BRACH: FLORIDA, FKIDAT. JULY U, 1902.fcflL 5 ;

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? MR. BOGGS TO Owens and his record an issue In this MR. J. M. OWENS Owens In Lake couuty having resided who at flight of tin alii iliauiloui.,I

campaign close to him In that That since ..
county. CENTRALIZINGSCHOOLS schoolhouses, thinkn \Vhlt\)('r'" lines

THE ELECTORS< A. A. BOGGS. MAKES REPLYTo removing/ to Dade county be has takenno ( 'Still( silt tbu schoolhnu'ii: lithe .load I, -?,
I
N. active part III politics more especiallyas A "
B.-As' the opposition seem* re ragged: beggar sunning.

luctaut to give up miarepreaentnqpxeod / | regards tho contest between MessrgBosjga each a fit monument to a ragged beggarly -

An.Interesting Circular Letter that the Dispensary {'Baue. I wIlI'take this the Circular Issued by' Mr. ,A. : and King, and is not Interested A latter of Great Importan6e to rural sr Loot system now departed.,

a Has. Been Sent Broadcast. opportunity to reiterate that'If elected to A. Boffgs' CandIdate for the in the matter other than/ casting bin. vote v- West Palm Beach Discussedby .from,, old Duval but not lamented."

3' Ove the County. the Legislature I will vote against any State Legislature. for the best interests of; Dade county. Professor Glenn.' -_._- .-. -

bill to establish for the Affiant/ says, however, that In defenseof
a Dispensary Dr. S. }f.- Woods, of Fort'ofeClde, is
The. following circular letter State at large or for Dade county.A his personal friend J. M. Owens, who rally
has teen Elsewhere In this Issue of f The Tropical At an educational held recentlyat again located at the Leamington.

]Mue .. Cocoanut Orove Fla. openly attacked la a circular letter addressed Mr. C. }r. Raulersou, of Miami, candidate
distributed July
throughout the county) 5, 1902. circular letter sent to every voter In City, one of the addresses delivered wan
TO THE DEMOCRATS A. to the democrat of Dade: comity, of for county treasurer, waaiu town on
OF DADE Dade/county: by Mr. A. Boggs. Mr. that George P. Glenn, Superintendent
and placed therein In a false. f light before Wednesday
COUNTY: ADDITIONAL Owens, whose political record is niett- .>f Public Instruction of Puval, -county .
LQCAL ANDPERSONAL the Mr. A. A. candidate -- -- *
Aa there seems to, be an attempt In floned at considerable l length In this people by Voggr, a who took for his topic "Concentration

1 aome quarters to. whitewash the! 1 political i ITEMSRegistered circular h.aa asked The Sun to publish for representative of Dude county! of Rural Schools." Mr. Graham W. King candidate for
he has known. Mr. M. since the legislature, was in town yealerdj\ >
Owens :
rf a"1fJn; hL. t. Owen, the leader of r the following, which speaks for Itself: : J In view of the fact that this is a matter !
1881 and he knows that he .Owens doing a little final canvassing for the gut
,t. ii.i) !: & county which is op-, at the Leamington this To the Democrats of Dade County: ) which Is now serlbusly engaging the .._ __ _- .
served In the Florida (Mature
tny candidacy for the Legl la- week were C H Rivers, G L Pltzer, T M Since Mr. A, .A. ttoggs, one of the one term ley/ attention of the Board of Public Instruc Mrs. Guy I. Metcalf with her soTuiUcr ',
from Lake In the
tore, I think it proper in corroboration McRea Jacksonville; W Budd, Jr. F E candidates for nomination by the Democratic further county year 181,7.Afliaut tlon of Dade cODntY", dracta front Mr \ f-jivey, I left 'last evening. I for Funfvunclcnliilif.

of what I had to ray' In my speech in C R'y; L M Murray, Daytona; F M Co Party at the cowing primary stairs that the st ttement Glenn's address, which address vCTO! where abe will\ visit for n

: West Palm Beach on June 25th to publish ble, Dayton, 0; L B Hart, C 'V Hart, At. election to the office of Representative \wade by Mr. A. A. Hoggs.that. Mr. Ow based on conditions as they exist in Pit I week: with her cousins, Mr. and Mm. ,
returned Ills
) certain facts of Florida history of lanta; Ed DeBerry, Miami; H C Milton for Dade county, has seen fit to issue a ens never to ) bornebut! r;;71 ronntv.. will be read with Interest. frank Stranahan.

|the year 1897 Boynton; Dr S It Woods, Ft Meade; circular letter in which he seeks to drag came direct to Dale. couiity are false, farbe Ml I I''i: 1111 'T,>' :.I |>T'- -- --_.-..,.---

In the Legislative aesalon of that year Rev II II Sturgis, Graham W King andS me Into the political'fight now in prog saw the said J, M. Owens on the 'During. .....L vlkkuwi; Dually all the Many friends will lie sorry.to read the

Mr Owens sat aa a member from Lake Bobo,Dean, -ity. ress in this county, by assailing not only streets of the town of Umatilla the day Northern States, front Malue and Man following' lakeu. from the DaylolU-

!;county having teen seat there pledged'to' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Marvin entertained my past political record a represent' after his rteurn from Tallahassee, and sachusetts through to Minnesota, have 'lalifaxJournal : John Wesley II.:>j,.

support the candidacy of W. A. 'a number friends.,on the Fourth alive from Lake county in the legislature that he (Owens'aterwerds) remained t there forsome adopted the plan of centralizing rural ord, aged two years, ROil of ;Mr. and ?

Hocker for the United' Stales Senator- at an enjoyable: picnic at their home, the of 1897, but also my integrity and days ; and affiant fur. schools. to a greater or lesser extent ana ifrs. Hosforcl, of West Palm Beach,

ship (as he himself admitted in his Everglade Plantation, on the Ridge, private character, and that, too,. gratuitously they says that he did not hear any means of improving rural schools, died at the residence of R. F Trowell

speech at Weat Palm Beach.) On April ,south of the city. The guests were delightfully and without just cause, for the threats or warnings uttered against Mr. I IO..ens Massachusetts was the pioneer by of splual meningitis Sunday"

2t, 1897, the two houses met? in joint I entertained and had a jolly reason that I am merely a private citizen should he return; nor does' he many years, and has very definite legislation ...... .._ 1 1oKokorottoKoROStoKoitoKOtto.tor
believe that such threats ,I'
session to ballot for a U. S. Senator, and food time, thanks to the kindness of the and not a candidate for office, I any or warnings on the subject. Pennsylvania

Mr: Owens' voted for Hocker, and continued .- lost and hostess, who were voted "jolly deem it my duty briefly to present a few weiemade. Affiant further says that he newspapers. are filled with enthusiasm (J
fellows." The tables spread the heard Mr. Owens commended for his KS
to do so until the 38th, when he food on facts' showing that he has not only misrepresented over the prospect of an early State man. ta

I swung 'to the ChIpley column, where be Miller lawn, were and presided MIMI C.over Faye by Miss Miller me, but that, he baa lied, support of Col. W. D. Chipley, and he agement of the new system. Ohio has 2 Fant t a a. o
knows that the said
M. Owens
remained until the end of the content ; who also had arranged the pretty !and that too, wilfully and maliciously.In J was long since carried her Klngsvllle centralized 51o

On'May: 26th Han. J.. N. 'C. Stockton, decorationswith the able assistance of the first( place I was elected representative urged to vote for the said, Colonel W. school far beyond the pale of | {
Messrs. Frank C. Gardner .and E. H.I D. the Eustia Lake
Chipley
of Duval, arose.In his place, and, in the to the legislature ot 1897 from by Region, experiment, and made it of national re o
Rhodes.
i
Built
Douse
midst of wild excitement read the following .. ---... ..._. Lake county by the anti-Call wing of-the a newspaper which was and Is now published pute. Indiana and Illinois superintend. ? fto .
.. at Eustis Lake Florida
,
letter which had come into fail Unofficial democratic party and not as a pledged county, ents are making pilgrimages to Ohio's 2 a o
Ballot.
and Is democratic to the And fur.
of lion. W. A. locker care. Mecca the school at Kingsville. Inspect o J "
possession I supporter as to
Democratic Primary Election to be thermore affiant believes that '
a majority teo THOS J J. GRIER
acs. ,burg., FIa.. Feb. 19, 1897. charged by Boggs. "- its workings; and far off Wisconsin ,
e1 .,.l. held Jply 15, 1902. Make a cross (X) of> the voters of Lake, county were In tete b
.. writes to Florida seeking Duvalcounly'
alts Ch.ple" Regarding the letter read by Mr J. o
dlw mark before the candidate of your favor of ,Colonel Chlpley Affiant further
i "Pensacola, Fla. : N. C.: Stockton before the legislature, experience and mode of operating o Contractorand
r choice : states that he was a delegate from
s I 'It,: DKAR CotONBX.: i I known as the "Trlay Letter," I state', the Umatilla precinct '(the home of Mr. the transportation system connected Ito M

"The indications from Lake: are' For U. S. Senator positively that I never saw the letter, l with her centralization, of rural schools
Owens to convention
) a county held at Builder i
icing, so far as the vote of McLiu and Vote for one. never knew of Its existence until I Tavares the of during the last four years Duval modestly teo ;
county seat Lake county .
Oweps. The last named ia certain.' The reached Tallahassee and that It was i replies that the dawn of the twentieth vIe
STEPHEN R. MALLORY.
i In July, 1898 about one year after! his
former has under, advisement the situation Forced before the legislature by Colonel Tallahassee\ century finds her well advanced in prepared! to All your order ft
from end
v return that
Mr.; the teI
I you s'nggested. lIe is painfully Chipley after a U. S. Senator had been I Owens was present at said conventionand execution of the greatest educational I I promptly and workmanlike. "*
reform to be irt this
bald / McNamee indorsed bis elected. Mr. Stockton was severely ar i likely accomplished.
up.
o
For Congressman! and District was elected a delegate therefrom to
note for sixty days for $too.oo raigned by Col. Chipley and driven into nation before that century ends. There IfIf manner. Kslimales}: furnished o
Vote for one. the State Convention to be held at'' Orlando o
six "tf
"'Captain Baker 'I am informed can reading the leUer. There nothing were, years ago, in Ibis county ,
war on construction work of ><
Florida in
ROBERT W. DAVIS. Orange county, 1898, every.
forty-five rural schools of one teacher
be Influenced this bissou 10 the letter to Mr. v
me as
favorably Jn! way, damaging from which it will be seen that the said children description
Mathew, Ci Jl Engineer well educated Trlay had never spoken to me at any each, for white established by o N
,
1.\ M. Owens was not "cast off by his r o
former The
administrations. of
and of good address, married Sen.Stor. For Justice of the Supreme Court. time on the subject of the United States former friends" J. L. OJtJl R. work o u

1 K. K": Dimlck'a daughter. A" suggestion Vote for one. Senatorsbtp, nor did I see Mr. TrUy these schools In general was so unsatisfactory V

from you at the proper time to WILLIAM HOCKER. while In Lake county. I herewith pre.seDt and the per capita of expense 3V 3O West Palm Beach, Florida n.i '

f appoint Mathew Baker your Private A. : an affidavit made by two of our best Sworn and subscribed before me this ran so high in many of them, that the u1101101f

Secretary if elected, would Induce Captain JOSEPH B. WALL. citizens, who at the time referred to were 8th day of July, A. D. 1902: at West present administration. determined to reduce 0 Ol10irOl.OtAO'iIOLOl10ilOt10110aVI.P

I I of Lake which Florida. the number to (fifteen schools of
Dimtck to work on Captain Baker residents county, covers Palm-Bench

'' and land him too. For Secretary of State. and completely I 'disproves the 'other GRO. G. CURatE, three teachers each. ---- .

r "More particulars as to Lake in a few Vote for one. charges made against'me by Boggs, to [[Seal] Notary Public Iu choosing sites for the centralized HOUSES.

4 days, either by letter or Interview H. CLAY CRAWFORD. wit : State of Florida at Larg schools, the ones having the greatest | .

"I reach home this afternoon Have State of Florida, ). I now leave it with the honorable, fair- number of school children within a radius .

For Comptroller.Vote Dade County, ( minded 'men of Dade county to of one and a half miles have been
,,t fo een in this section since the 3d instVWill for say
o next take in Putnam*. Will remain one. Personally, came before me. a notary whether a man who will stoop so low a* preferred. Five of these schools are G. A.KUNZEContractor

at home until February 24th.d ISRAEL J. McCALL. public of the State of Florida Andre' deliberately! publish over his own signature now In operation, each accommodating

ii: ,t "Yours etc., ALONZO CROOM. lardie and J. T. Wofford, who being by such a batch of mean and unwarranted the children"of about sixty to one bun and Builder j

'; "E. J. T." me first duly sworn, depose and say; falsehoods Is a fit person to rep. .sired square miles of territory

For Railroad Commissioner.Vote That on the 5th day of June, A. D.; resent them at Tallahassee; or whether Others will be planned and established! Specifications on Application .

See House Journal 1897 p 955. for each residents of the up rapidly as funds will permit. The P. 0 Box WEST
two. 1897, they! were they will support a man who is content 954 PALM BEACH
This the famous letter
-Trlay JEFFERSON B. BROWN county- of Lake State of Florida: That to.win by fair and honorable methods.. concentration of the'.hildren into tho Renew 3-.SI1'
sensation
caused the
'greatest ever
tbe affiant J. T. Woflford did not leave Respectfully, schools is accomplished by meansof
In Florida Iti moat important .f
known politics", R. HUDSON BURR. Lake comity until September, A. D., J. M. OWJNS.Accused .. wagonettes, specially designed for the

effects being to insure the defeat 1897 and tllMt; affiunt Andrew Hardie purpose, and provided by the Board of New Idea in Trunks.
of Col. Chipley for U. S. Senator, and to H. E. DAY. --e.
did not)leave Lake county until April, Public Instruction at public expense.
discredit Owens forever in the eyes of of Theft.
JOHN G. WARD.J. 1899Affiants- They are of such capacity as to carry

.. -' } an honorable men. further say that they each are Wednesday afternoon a colored res- eight, ten, twelve, fourteen, sixteen. I a.

+ {w" k.bn May 17th (Senate Journal p 944)) .;: N. WHITNER. now residents ol the county of Dade and( Ident of the West End named CUB Bell eighteen: and twenty pupils, rmpectivey .

Col. Chlpley rising\ to a point of personal State of. Florida. Affiants further say complained to Town Marshal W. D. De: and cost from '70 tin |too each.

privilege, disavowed responsibility For County Representative.Vote that they ere well acquainted with J. M Berry, that he had been robbed early Twenty-seven of these comfortable
lot Trlay and exonerated McLin, for for one. 10' of that of
the
morning day $85.00n vehicles at
Owens, now a resident of Dade county are now running, an average[
r whose Integrity be took occasion to A. A. BOGGS. and that anolher colored
money chap of month each.
and that they were well acquainted with cost $:lJ 50 per
speak In the highest terms; and it I. named William Parker, a transient, was .
GRAHAM W. KING. the said Owens at the time aud beforehe These t..eDty- even conveyances en-
14' only to here tbat Messrs.McLin thief. after similar
proper lay the Shortly a complaint -
was elected aa representative to the abled us to close twluty-four cf the old
t and Baker, together with Owens's JPor Tax Assessor was lodged by a colored woman
from the said the of
State legislature county one-teacher.schools current cost
colleague in the House from Lake Vote for one. who claimed that Parker had stolen $t5
of Lake. which had previously been not less than a
it county, stood by their pledges and oo of her hard earned cash
GEORG S. ADAMS. That wants know of their own '45.50 per month for each.
voted for Hocker until be withdrew The Marshal found that Parker had
knowledge, that immediately after the now
from .the .contest, and that they have RICHARD M"; SMITH. Hence, the transportation system
in departed for the north on the morning
adjournment of the legislature June, In operation! produces a current savingof
.f always retained the respect and esteem For Collector. 1897 that the said J. M.;,, Owens returnedto rain. As soon as he learned this. he $462 month over the old method
per
of their constituents and the people of The Stallman
Dresser Trunk
y Vote (for one. Umatilla, la the said county of Lake, telegraphed the Jacksonville police, a Taking front this $3a.5, the Increase in
Florida, Capt. Baker having been several and remained there until the early partof Inscription! the man, aud asked that Represents ft new*l salaries for assistants the
at
times elected to the Senate frog J. B. POWELL. eight; cen. tort able dressing. case,with drawers in fit cad of u
July 1897 at which time he left for he be detained. The Jacksonville ralized schools, .and there Is still left a ,rfryn, ; a place for everything, from a hut to ncollar '
his county; and Mr. McLin being the THOS. J. liAR DEE. Dade That the said Owens wasnot Times-Union add Citzen has this to say butlun. and the bottom i* a*acrcanfblc Ar
county net saving of $: month which will .'
Commissioner of of 337 per tie top. CtiMtrt no more than s good box trunks
present Agriculture denounced by the press of the State, as !to. the result of the efforts made by for lilppfd' C O U. with privilege to 4umlne.
the State. For Treasurer. pay twenty-eight wagonetts annually Two tent stamp; ; ,fur itlimttateil. : catalogue.F ,
but on the contrary, his conduct in the Marshal DeBerry :
If the term be only six mouths.
But what of Owens ? Denounced in Vote for one. legislature was .sustained by the newspapers "When the train from West Palm Financially\ therefore transportation A. STALLMAN

terms by the of the whole C. H. RAULERSON. Beach arrived in the last OH Wet $pfln( Street
scathing press of his own couuty of Lake, except city night City in Duval county Is a very decIded'auc.. r-.-lu COLUMBUS, OBI(, f
f, State, cant off by his former friends, as to "TavareslIera1c1,"a news- Detective J. C. Crawford was at the depot cess.

warned by\" the people of bra county paper edited by Alfred St. Clair Abrams, GfTthe lookout for a negro, whose Professionally there seems to be nothing -

never to show hIs face there again, For Members of School Board. a beaten opponent in the campaign.That description had been furnished by the

ashamed ,to face his outraged constituency Vote for three-one In each district: the said Owens was not cast off by Marshal of West Palm Beach, who tent objectionable, and of the many ad-' Geo. S. Hacker & Son r
the! following are the tinportantr
vantages more -
he did not dare to return to his First District. that the
; his former friends, or warned by the a telegram saying man was
'
k old horns for so mucky as to pack his t "E. B. KINO. people ol his county never to show blp wanted for grand larceny. Officer
First-The teacher's work Is so well
r effects, but came straight from Tallahassee v face there again but on the contrary: Craw(9rd'aaw s man answering the description that the 'recitation ''
organized
to Dade county, under the auspIces the said Owens was elected by the Lake as furnished, and William average
is trebled.
of J..A. McDonald, who was creditedby Second District.J. county convention a.delegate to the Parker was arrested. lIe will\ be held period '
Second-The effort of the teacher is
common report with being in the C.' HARRIS. State convention, which met at Orlando. for the West Palm Beach Marshal. On hr I'K1miI
more effective by means of more ade. '
Capital charge of the boodle which /" iu July, 1898. That the said Owens did beIng questioned the negro claimed lobe r
equipment.
t the corporations were so lavishly erf. not go straight from Tallahassee to Dade entirely Ignorant of the charge on quate Third-The
health of the is
pending iu Chipley's Interests, and took Third DistrictW. I county, but on the- "contrary, Owens returned which he was arrested. He said that served in weather and pupil flat pre. 1

a job under him at. Palm Beach ,in the M. BURDINE. at once to Umatilla, aud remained he had been at Palm Beach eight days, rainy' coun. >

employ of the same 'interest which had there \until the following July, as afore and that be,had not gotten into any lry. eliminated ..

already made a loft place for Mr.Trlay.Mr said. Affiants were political supportersof trouble there His home he said,is In Fourth-Truancy is-wholly : ; ,....r

*Owena charged that I had "gone For County; Comml slP er. Alfred St. Chair Abrams In the Lake So uth Carolina for which place he was Fifth her-!The education country without maiden,fear may of continue moeatatlon MANUFACTURERS OF

,' out of my way to drag him In to tbis Vote for Five-one in each district county campaign of 1896, but make th!. bound when arrested. The man was
and to Insult him who was accompanied by bin wife who not by vagrant vagabonds and the Doors Sash
campaign" First District.F. affidavit in the. interest of truth and : ,

here "merely to make a living." If C. AICHER ,justice. 'ANDRUW HABDIS, baying any other place to.stay, said that youth tie call prolongs his school.days. because Blinds, Mouldings

Mr. Owens efforts herehad been confined J. WOFKORD she preferred to spend the night in the progress. -AND--
Sixth-Average attendance is increased _
"merely to making a living" it BENJAMIN PARKS. same cell.
T li'/i per cent; ; giving: a cone pond- Building Material r
would Indeed have been gratuitous and Sworn to and subscribed before me Two pistols and ten dollars were ,
increase school funds
Second District. tug of from the
Inexcusable on my part to drag, him. Into GEORGE W. LAIN HART.M. 'this. 7th day of July, A, D, 1901.: fouud in Parker's possession when State. CHARLESTON, S, C.
this'campaign. Bat it is well known II. S. ATKINSON searched." fr South.
T 1 Largest Factory
the Indulgence hat The prisoner will be held In Jacksonville Seventh--Many children: formerly so
that. presuming on J. YARBOROUGH.Third [L. S.] Notary Public. Send for Prices..
i' r be has met with he has of his own ac. Here is another affiJavir from Mr. J.L J. until Sheriff Prohock or a deputy Isolated ss never to have excess -to any J

'' ; this campaign, not aa a District. after him. i school are now accommodated.
; cord .entered Crier who until recently was a tcsl goes .
E. MCDONALD. Eighth-<)ne or two large families .v
r' private In the ranks of the corporation R. dent of Lake county; --we ----
chief and leader-since Cannot "freeze out" the teacher. A. C. Dittmar
but I
faction as a W1 VLLIKIN.s State of Florida. l MayorandMrs. ,
.
JOHN L.W. Burkhardt
en- Ninth- The farmer and his
Mr. McDonald's departure the chief and =, Couuty of Dad. f fOn family are DalALJOII.1f .

leader of that faction 'and the guide, Fourth District. this day personally appeared be- tertained a few of their relatives and more content with their sustaining) --Itouglt au
philosopher and friend who has been W. J...GAUTIER.. fore me J. L. Order to uie known, who friends at their pretty home, Lake- occupation, .
.
J selected to carry on the political education being first duly sworn and made affidavit lawn" Wednesday,evening, the gathering / Tenth-Ethical culture, free from he 'Dressed l1tttn11etr.;
JOHN SEWELL. being In honor of the birthday of dissipations of social le'as inanlfeatec
of the young gentleman whom they that he has recently become a lit .
t. Mrs. Burkhardt t alsoof Mr.\ G. Burk- In cities. Shingles Doors Sub Blinds,
as a candidate I&eD.of Dade Florida, that he
nave brought out against me Fifth District. : county,
'- for the Legislature. BELCHER moved here from Umatilla, Lake county, hardt, fathecjofMayor Burkbardt who Eleventh-The developement of the Mouldings. Brick, Lima
S.A.
.
I" I has entered his J
Ilt g I leave "U to any fair-minded man to I Florida, where had lived sines December just ; eveuty-seoon art of teaching by young teachers i ts I and Builders' Hardware ''k

ay whether 'or not tbis -makes- Mr. D. C. BROWN. Jth. 1881. That he knew oJ. M. I year. mora feasible to the superintendent, FORT PIG RCB FLORIDA t


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sUok,,ole rat WUB In da ehesr: All d* '

cl rats In 4e town filed Into de hall tuck: ,t M->* :xBeB ? .,
\ CLARK STORES 8 delr Boats an' made delr! reports. HSbttry MINNICK'- am O T otRIQAINED. '
PAUL C.
JONES W. C.
thing 'peartRl favorable to de plans of ;1I 1 t IB PAllAble* ." wI ?}

de rats an' day wee In high spirits; I -
-- but, unfortunately de last tool rat dat ; JONES &: MINNIOK I>ed w til

; cum Into de halL lett de doab open. "
Humorous Anecdotes of Last COAST' RAILWAY
,While de rats woe In de mjlddle of dale FtL129 ,' EAST

blxness a great big ole tomcat slipped i '

;I Presidential Campaign.Various .. in a-blatln', a-'swashlu. Den' his he looked tall an straight wid his. at eyes de ''i Building: Contractors LOCAL TIME CARD Mo. 41. i in Effect June 8, 1902.


big fat, ole rat cheerman an'. .t htedrl&.I1t I IIOIl"'OUN..IAD. UP.No. 'uD2
Theories of loutH.OND-RIAD. ,
the Cause pf Vie
fur him. De cheerman !gib one
tory or D,f.at-Spreading Out a rap wid his gavel an' shouted, 'JiJberJ; i Only the Best of, Mechanics .'so MAIN LINK. ...'7 NDeUtto

:+ PlatforM= he.rful Under Dlffoultl ...- rat t
...-"Prlv.U" John Allen's Story. ebery 'rat'dived out of eight epp
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Employed on Our Contracts,!: ............ ,. \ at
A'Colored Orator H'- Pun With th.D.moorateGaluaha "De Dlmocruts say dey goln' to arry p It Lv : .
le
lH la .1::. .. .........""
Grow Craoka a de 'lection.. Yah yahl I When dey all p: 501.1...................J..klUn"ll\lf..t.1 'r fi.. I'
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Joke-The Genus !Sam of Pokais, git together Mark Hanna will walk WEST PAL.M. BEACH FL.ORIDAlii20tf ,\, BP .. :::::::::::::::::::::::: 11.
Fight In, a-awashtn' of his tall, wldbis :A::::::: :::::::::::: .
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J0opyrUbt, 1902, by Champ Clark.] eyes a.klaelarc.andePlmocratlttche: : !- .' III UJ. .........::............... ... ...::......:...:.......?. .. .
When representative and senators man will yell. 'Bborjp Democrat,.to,his CZ ED ACybF: d I! & ...........................pupoet. .......................... I IIli -
.... .............. .. ) ..... .,.......... ........ QJ
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I return to congress fresh from the labors holel'{ an' In three .oc n'" delr'll:: not be i. I r ...../. ................ ... O..np.. .;............:.....n j'm' .o
,l, of a national campaign they have a single Dimocrat,In./Bight," -- -- \ J .. i'' fte:::::::::::':::::::::;:::
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many stories to relate and divers theories x "That speech said Colonel Cochran : : BELL ij ....... \ .........................'. ."." ................. ...... ... : J frtJ' "
"Is equal to one of JEnop't fables." 6.W.S. ti .> ....................... .... ................:....... ", :,'
to expound na to the, why and I 00 ...;....... ......,... .. Coosas. ....................... li :.":.... !
I o II! ..'.. .:..................... .. .. .IIC 5.
wherefore of victory or defeat The Mr. Qrow' Mot. ,i... ........... ... .... .1 ; =
( ...... WUQS :... ...... ............11..loo".no.......................:: ..... i b:s:! 5
session after! the battle of 1000 was no Hon. Galusha A. ,Grow of Pennsylyanla -' J I O ....... .........................! tian..I. J :. ... "'15
Contractor and Builder 14 ...... 1G99p ................. .. .8..L"01. ... ...... ........ : .
exception: to the rule. Is well along In years but be ..'. DOC .......:.............::..gortFieran:............... .. .... t o4.y< a
la forever young. When I met him the ..... tg p. ........................Whl'-CUy..................,...... 1U00. ....... .ti !
"Uncl. LonV Goon Story.Coloeel ...... ....................: .Tlhb.I. .. ...... .. 10 u. ....... d,
r Leonklaa F. Livingston of first time after' we returned to Wash WEST PALM: BEACH, FLORIDAThe ..... t1a0' ..:......................'..Sden< ......::::::.:::..........:..IQ i5a....... fl' {
ington last winter be said "Young : 0 ...... ...........................Jenseq .,......................... I..........
Atlanta, Ga., ranking1 Democrat the gp 0p .BtuarO...., .111/a. '
on man you are looking unusually well." erection and repairing of Buildings of all dencrlptions given personal ::::::: raG ::::::::::::::::::::::::Hnpo; ttmind.:::::::::::.::::::::::: :::::::
great committee on appropriations and I replied, "I have gained twenty-five attention PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ....... / .WeetJupitor; ... ............. 0815.. :..... .bt.. l
almost called "Uncle Lon"' ON APPI.J ATION. All work well and promptly ......: lop.West Palm Beaoh." ................:::1.. S 611. ,. .... : '
universally III :I'i
pounds since congresaladdourued. the done. References ,given if 'desired. ....... tO ...............:... Boyulom ... ..... .. 8885. :.. ",.
by Ms familiars, took a turn at 'exr previous summer." He answered witha ....... .t..... ........ .4.F1. Laudenfs(, ...... .. .. .........7tea.;..,.: It
Completely Equipped for First-Class ....... 1O 8" ; ....."... ......!....tttmon-tntf ........fti: .::..... 6d.. _.... .
'r plillning"-a thing to which Democrats smile "That was a great deal for a PlumbingResidence ....... A. ........t.............,Mlamt. ............... ... .....Lva f $ .....
were/ much given *x necessitate those Democrat'to gain In. tbe. recent' : campaign" ou Eveinin Street,'near. Lake Front. :P. o. Box; 361. AND f
,
days I -which was very neatFitzgerald' l.a.tr 'BUFFET PARLOR. ; CABS ON TRAIN M- : : ,- y

Colonel Livingston attributed the an- I Grist Bluff. '" --- BRANCH LINES SOirEDtTt.BS.ThB .

ecdote to Hon. Alexander II. Stephens. lion. John Francis Fitzgerald of "

h 1 lie but originated I am Inclined) himself.to the However opinion that that fascinating Boston disclaims and all hazardous knowledge game the of Want J : aHouse L.a4iy. ,Ld1y Latly DalF Dilly BB& iUl.NIMUI Dally Luiiy Lws y Dailly'''

may be, the story Is a good one. "To draw poker, which a Nevada judge T 30 V 8 i5 P DIII8 a 118 IAr a.t a r 6 20 a 8 a / D I p 7'ii Ao
egg 0 1t 08 S.Palatkd v S w 5 8 U a 8 8 00 g 1)
,i fIve a reason'why we failed In 189O solemnly decided to be a scientific performance :- !Built o I ? S

t and again In 100O,".quoth "Uncle Lou" Instead of a game of chance. No.lly Ne.Dall; SAN MLTEO DHLN 5H. Ne.e D.uy kt1 eg'tp'
"I will relate one of Alex Stephens'yarns. Fits may be telling the truth'about It. -
If. ...... ............. ......, ... .. ..
used to When I but nevertheless and notwithstandinghe T. Grant Contractor and Builder la to a r. .......... ace gee P.
s Stephens say: prepared give 1 180 a Ar................... ......ben Nst.o......... ........ .,...... Lv 8 ,
was a boy, my mother had two geese ran. an astounding 'bluff": on the prompt service and satisfactory work to any one .need-

which went to sitting In the same house In the canteen debate last year. log anything in the construction lino. BSUU'y Aa 30 Ne.Nall // No. e M 0 v Na a taUyo % t0 No: I 1
brier patch so close together that their He bitterly opposed the, Liyiefleld) gr Butt. Dsiiy ;ylLL Dilly D.tly D O 8x59 .sil Dsl y oonl '
Call dP
wings almost touched. One goose stole amendment claiming that the selling on or address
/ s.15 v Casson Ili r 0o a /0 p }
all the eggs how the other and thereby of beer and wine at tbe army canteen H T. GRANT p p D D D p pees 8 Juak yale v 0 It a. CC a 1 p I p
had so many that she could not cover is really: a great promoter of temper : p 7i P "AllanIN1ohLv lie q
j them all. When hatching Ume came, ance but'the amendment was carried ff-O-1902 WEST PALM: BEACH, FLORIDA. 060 I' i nusa Tl0a

both geese were short on goslings one with a whoop and by a 'large majority niete'rlyerfouteetwpingOarop.ratodon trains I and Si. '
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beeausa she Bad no eggs and the other amid applause on the floor and In the .
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0'<&9<& < ) because she had too many. Moral. galleries. Nat1 eANBOBD N.. N.. a Not. t OUANOHIQITY NoY I' Ns. .
t If you. want a good crop of goslings, The member from Boston rose to the Lally DitANOK 11..1 121 I l1 D,11 Deily BRAN :,- r Dally Deny .,

the mother' must not spread out occasion In great shape and took the I People: .. .. .
goose : s. T..... un ...... I P p 5 mlrne.aAr p 0
too m ch" My, opinion" concluded breath of a good many people away by visa 9.Mlm.: ....... v 1> pIlIU..r..Lak..B..L' ,. 0p p
.Ly ll g .. I lISII..L"i..Oranl' 0 15 p
'eas. Lv Oct. p p
"Uncle Lon," "Is that In our platforms offering the following amendment: "In- a" Who are thinking of building winter home in 81 Lv.lrnaeyrlw.t.: :... ..t v H :: .p 18 ae a \r.O..os. Oily iot.Lv_ I 15 p p
: : : .
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of 1800 and 1000 we Democrats spread sert after section 40 a new section aa An..Benfofd t
out.too much." follows: That no Intoxicating drink of West Palm Beach should WHITE to >Time Table show.the Urn**at.hl"11. trains mar tw Bxp.etx) to arrive and. ditpart
from UM..ys..I.taUone. but'h lr arrlral or dapartur.at 4b* tlme..taW Cheerful Under Difficulties. any kind shall be sold upon any premises : nor does flu Company bold iUali r' (analbl(oBay delay or any aoaa.4aei>e.arising $8ere
J. M
Whether Hon. William A. Rodenberg. I owned or controlled by the United : M BROOK from. ,

f, la formerly any blood of the relation East to 8t Mark Louis Tapley district of,, States.That was" carrying .the_war Into the Architect and Builder Peninsular and Occidental 1 Steamship Connections at' M ama.

Immortal and hilarious memory this enemy's country with a vengeance.Fitzgerald' for Plans and Specifications., Contracts for any size'. bu'.ldlng: a BETWEEN: 1XXAJCA, KEY! WEST ATfD-HA.VAWA.BOCTTHBOT7NT3. .

deponent salth not He ought to be with.consternation amendment was and heard by whether hotel or private house given; personal care and super NOBTBEOUDID

fpr bit cheerfulness under difficulties. some ceived by others with applause was In the re- [i vision. Address!, West Palm Beach, Florida. X.T.: .Mon..Weds............... .}! 09pAr. Lv.iannsTees. ,Thn. .................10 Ma
entity him to that distinguished hon midst of which Mr. Chairman Hall ( xiXiXiX') .81 1 .1tm.y ..., ...... Thurl............?..'I lip Ar. Key: We.lTil,..Thur....,..,...,,..... S SOy g i
of the brightestand ... 7 Up L.KeyWest. rues.Thun.... ..I ( ,
or. tRwlraberg HifBt amiable was Republicans one In theFiftywith raised the point of order that It was LW.AbYWwbTu.eThun.Ar. :HaTanmWada. frtt:..::::: ::'u..::...0 QO a AK M lama, Wed Fria.; ......:::::::.:.. a Des" y
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congcesa. In personal ap- not germane. Then. Fitzgerald proceeded I For copy of Looal Time Card address any Agent. r t

'' pearaace be Irentlss greatly resembles. Senator order. vigorously Inter alia he to argue said: "The the point gentleman of- JAMES' HOLLEY :1. D. BAHNEB Asst. Gen.Pass. Agent. ST.JlUGUS'l'INE.; FLA. 'i iI I{
Jonathan Dolliver of Iowa.

Somehow Rodenberg "fell outside the from Virginia; (Mr. Hay) talksabout '....... BUILDER J
the bad effect: the canteens bave __ -
breastworks" In the melancholy daysof
November, 1000 although be led his upon the common soldier. He said .. FLANS AND SPECIPJCATIONS.FURNISHED;) OK APPLICATioN; d.

ticket by something close to a thousand source their establishment of temptation to was the a soldiers constant to "tEST I.M.tr:PALM BEACH FLORIDA .., ...5 ...2rO .
:votes. When asked about It, he replied
drink. Now, It we.are to deprive the Q
cheerily: "Statesmen are sometimes soldier of an opportunity to purchase .
f; defeated at the polls; mere politicians his beer upon the property of the,Unit East' Lumber anfl RieHmon*! WashiwgJton Ualtianorew
.
Or John Allen states It, Coast -
never. as ed States let 'us deprive the member. Supply Company ..Jthll.d.lp Boston Atlanta y
.
While we are here wrestling with of Ashwtlle t
congress of the same opportunity Chattanooga L..I.,1I10 .
great measures of state the pesky politicians .. ..
and do Cincinnati
equal justice and drive liquor St. Louts Kansas CityPittaburrf '
_ .; somehow! get In between us selling of i
out this capitol. If, as the Detroit Clo"ol..d
statesmen home.' and the dear people at gentleman from Virginia has stated, It General Office, Eau. Gallia, Fla. Chic.... .ote. f

seems discreditable to a large number d
:All Pleased. of people in the United States to allow Yards, Titusville, Eaul! Gallic, Fort Pierce.

'. pleasantry aa to states liquor to be sold to the soldiers and the x. 4

and politicians reminded me of sailors upon, the property of the United -

off Imy Democratic constituents States how much more discreditable Complete stock of Lumber and Building; Material of all kinds.. -Sash,

; were candidates ogalnst'one ,an must It seem to allow liquor to be sold Doom, Blinds and.Builders'' Hardware.
i for the nomination for the legis right here In the national capito!." SOUTHERN RAILWAY
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In 1900. They had made a This palpable and vigorous home thrustat .. i ..,
fight In the primaries. When It the saloons In the tfasemeat of house Address Jill l orders to the General) Office
; over, all throe claimed to be fully and senate was received with a roar.
and happy as lams at high I Out of Order. ROUTE OP'THE CELEBRATED.TRAINS :

No. 1 was delighted because he I lion. John Dalzell of c _. THe ,Southern's ..
Pennsylvania ''Palm
:* $ 3fc a Limited'THe
more votes than the other two In the chair .
promptly sustained Oovieraor
No. 3 was gratified because IIuU's point of order and a Washington :Richmond a -
andFlog'da
uncere- ,
stead o. No. 3, and No.. 3 was TO ALL INTERESTED
moniously ruled Fitzgerald's amendment Limited i >
% .
feather because be received
out of order.*_ John Sharp Williams

the unanimous vote of his of Mississippi asked unanimous -TBm.- THe New York and, Florida h
Express
township. There Is nothing like .. ,
consent that
Fitzgerald might be
philosophic, especially In politics. mitted to offer his amendment which per- m THE EAST. 0

I-Ithree the losers who are disposed General ShattuV objected. t Peninsular E1oo'Oollsirlldlloll ..

as one without hope I state It la safe to say that had not Mr. Dal- THe Chicago and Florida Special f
experience that there are few sell
ruled
Fitzgerald's amendment out
THe Florida '
so dreadfol the prospect or of order It would have been carried by' COMPANY Limited" r

In the retrospect all a much, larger majority than Little- lO THf.'NORTH AND'.WEST d1r',
for office. fleld's amendment, because many mem- IS NOW open_ to the patronage of the public of, West r,

." John Allen's Yarn. berar-even many of those who like a Palm Beach and vicinity.. 11"1

the clogleroomshortly after tbe nip of "mountain dew"-regard the sa. Electric Construction of All Kinds. ,Pullman Sleeping' Car< Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati!,.yla' a
session of the Fifty-sixth con- loons In the capitol aa a disgrace. Asheville through'"The La.. of the Sky." .

began members were discussing In passing It may be said truly that Anuunekator' Call Balla/Borglar Bad Flra Alarm .,..t.DI. Specialty. Through .trains.Tia The Southern Raltwmy'ar. operated ia : ') k

of 100O. One said that It there is little drinking done by sena ALL WORK UUARANTKED. connection with the Plant System and Florida Bast.Coast, *' J

had been held the mgt of tors and. representatives and less Office. In Jefferson Block PIIlIJaua S1apl** Cars and Hotel.Dlalac* Cars on all through r a. w
the Democrats would have car every year. Not long since the chap. 10.IS..fP. traias_ '

\ Maryland pelaware, etc. laID of the house In the Fifty-third congress O. 394. West Palm Beach T1a.xxx' Ask for Tloksts vii Soithtrs M
drawled John Allen; "If-! At the stated In print that during his Railway.Csrrsspssdsses Selleltel.., 'ot

of the_Spanish war two Incumbency be never saw a member ,
soldiers were discussing the under the Influence of ..
Intoxicating '
leading to the war. 'One said. liquor.. H. F. CAREY, FU. Paw AjU J03!V..B.T ;JicUoovHU.. IT.' .

'; 'If deSpanyatl. hadn't blowed up dat It was a great day for,the gentleman S. H. HARDW1CX Vi; H. TAYLOR it "'

s battleship, we would,!},: not hare to be In from Boston. lIe, voluntarily retired I BOND & BOND COMPANY Costal '
FMBe Amt
de army,' 'If.' replied the other with from congress"'March 4, 1001 but a Agent, Gaul PABJ.; AM|, 'e

great scorn; 'Jtl! If a toad frog bad young man so bright so energetic. so t (INCOUp ttATED.) AMhlaglca,' D. C. Atlas, 0.; .
wings, he Wonldn't. wear all.the skin genial and so agile la liable indeed Jaa.N7 35. a.o' 41.: 'Ir .

off his stomach. scrapln' It gloat de quite likely, UT reappear In high public MANUFACTURERS OF i
rocks!P"Colonel station before many years. '

1 q Cochran Reports a Speech. Speaker Henderson's Mot. I ,

That reminded Colonel Charles Fre The debate on the Grout oleomargarine MMBERaiTH'ANINGLESFlooring >> I

mont' Cochran of St Joe of a speech bill generated much friction and BURTON E.G..D'E CDi-
Which: colored Republican orator delivered I beat In the house Mr.' Wadsworth ; '
Siding
In his city In the 1000( cam of New York: was speaking against Hand and Ceiling Brick Lime and timen it.

palgn. According to the Mlsaourlan, I It to enforce bis remarks was ---"IN STOCK -

was the most fetching speech beard l In handing small sample packages of Gravel Roofing. Concrete Asphalt Paving
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4 .c that section of the state. The perora'tlon. oleomargarine and butter around OFFICE,AND YARDS 31.1902 I.
a' was as follows: "De Dlmocrats among members in his immediate vicinity.

pay dey'ls gwlne to carry de 'lection. This created great Interest, 9N- F. E,;,C. RY.. This Company, after: doing considerable work for z'
Down la Nort Kerllny, wnah I wu* and members -
j crowded into tbe aisle Between Poincetta
bohn( :ce de eats annoyed de rats near him and, standing there obstructed St and Lake. Worth. McDonald) McGuire, Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson)

bersg' much., At last de rats held a the' vision of other members who Mayor Whllldin Dr., Munyon, W. P. IlatoLett.: -Anthony
eonvjraMon to take counsel together for were sitting In their seats. Judge Brothers aod.o\bere. will .
go away for the present but will! be'
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de pappus' of devlstn' way an' means Burke of Texas arose to a questionof LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS '
.to exterminate de cats Dey pointed order, whereupon the speaker said back to complete contracts for work here and Miami In.
committees of eacb to visit eacb gravely "When A. T. HOSE Proprietor AUGUST' : '
two the gentleman from ; Any one'desiring work of thiakjnd would da well, '
boose'IB de town an' find out whah d. New York: has finished hi. exhibition Launche., .Y cht., Sail and Fish Boats, Row Boats and Dinghy to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY either Jacksonvilleor ...
dat de rats kill members will Built to Order ;
cats slept so might please take their seats. Overhauled Repaired or Hauled Out.
keui In delr sleep. De committees discharged wblcb surprising and humorous ruling Tampa. Our prices are reasonable! and all Our work I Is
Boat; Yards at "
delr duties an' reported at dissipated the cluster of standing Mangon, guaranteed.

1:1: another convention. A great big, fat, members Instanter. CHAMP CLABX. 10-18-1 P. O. address WEST PALM BEACH, FLA -.--- .East Coast Work Solicitedh '


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\ ",' /J J.J Paragraphs of Interest Concerilnt Items of Intereet'".:Boiled Down and< 'th ,ACTIVE CAMPAIGN J $ 5. .0 0, interest! pelf'annum, will 'buy a

1 1 the.Great. State. ofFloridaIn iPrepared for Busy Headers'.- ,, ,, _ ,, $iooo; Home .or Irma :;

: :t/ : General. Record,! of a Week. / I It' NEW: AND ORIGINAL ,pLAN '
:d i ,- I The Fbpular Candidate t'| Met With Much Favor.'
The Standard and Trust Co.
1. Guaranty
4i: i Titusvllle had a very successful Fourth William Clark, the famous English Hod. R. Hudson, Burr,'. the popular 'Hon.R. Hudson Burr, candidate for
)1. Capltnl Stock, f 10O.I)0OO( ( Reserve o.n-1 Coupon Fund, 'IIn, ootlO.:
)1 t[ July cel bratloD.iii' thread manufacturer, I In dead candidate for Railroad' Commissioner,., Railroad Commissioner spent Friday

l; J, H. 'Evans, a Jacksonville man, was President Roosevelt li spending the wag ib the city Tuesday mingling with odI Saturday night In town 8nd'attenc''!. WM. P. ARMSTRONG, Jr., Hibiscus Hotel, Palm Beach, ,k,

,. lsen|: to jail :Monday: for spanking hit week quiet at big home ill Oyster Bay. the people., -Citizen Reporter. 'ed the Oak Grove picnic. Mr. Bur Agent (fur Dado and Brevard Comitlwn, will toll joinil\ nbuud It, Wi-ltu lam "

\ 'landlady's., thirteen ;year old daughter. The latest bulletins from Buckingham .----. met with much favor in Similar county -- ---- ,,1

,,;;..< Governor ;Jennings Has returned tot Palace are to the effect that King: ;Edward .. Receiving:',puttering Support -Sumter County Times. PROFESSIONAL( CARDS \

Tallahassee from Waahingtotu-where, he continues steadily to improve. lion R Hudson Burr, candidate: for --/'...-

\weut on business hi connection with the President' Roosevelt addressed half a: Railroad Commissioner Is receiving a Excellent Record ; ROGERS' t
C.0.UIIIbLINOWORTri, exOa.eUBNIa'CLIILLINOWORTII&
11 w A.f million people at the great Fourth of i iI flattering support from the State press. !The announcement of R Hudaoi

r. ( 1 W .. st e. Treasury.Depar. ". I July celebration at Ptltsburg last: Friday' He fs .a good man ahd the ,Chronicle Burr for Railroad Commissioner appears CUlCItl I' $ iff:, .. Silver.Ware ,

tint has issued a warrant for 681647.' Western New York was visited by a hopes to see him nominated, and elected. In the pazette-Newg.:: lie represented ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, i

,, ,1 1 //irt favor of the State ot F orlda. Thisrepresents bit; rainstorm" last Sunday. A' Buffi/lc Citrus County Chronicle. l' Dade county in the-lowc .Vent" Palm Beach, s .' I'lu.I.1 4' 7 Tel Spoons

<: oust the Florida. .waiYclaimi despatch says .that the lose will reach ----:0-: liouati of the last legislature .and 1 madianfexcellent ''i .
!J. bill which Con- '' Railroads. record.' -Dayt.onu UaollcNews. = ., .. .... f 75 Cents and
( was passed by Into hundreds of thousands of dollars. Not Owned by'the \. --- --- -- np:'

\\;trbeg at Its recent session. Regarding the Miami I.d.A.AtykA.4r\ '. i r tii
In Metropolis' \'v. "
A fire on Wabaalt-Bvetiue, Chicago, I _' _.U-I .>- ,
i\V\ The Orlando Star gay that some pt therurovcs the heart of the city did dtwuage l to the comments on R. Hudson. Burr and An Honest and Gentleman ATTORNEY-AT-LAW., i Table Spoons"

which did not bloom profusely in amount $325,000 last' Sunday. ,At onetime the papers which are gunning Conscientious NOTARY-PUBLIC.

/February have putout some June bloom, Biegel, :Cooper & Company's hip his announcement, we Justcon In another column will be found the Will practice County,Btiite and lectern] I'er Set $1.50
tut, the. exceeding dry weather is store and the famous Auditorium Hotel sider the source. Naturally if a railroad announcement of Mr. R. Hudson Burr l .Courts, and'np .

holding them back "generally, and Orange were threatened with destruction. owned us-thank our stars they don'twe ;or'Dade county, as a candidate for Rail: LAND. CASES A BPKCIALTT.OlIlcelnTnoploAl .
/ will Cot have full of would think too, that road CouimiBBJoner.! The writer bus I Per Set i
ouuty a crop Half a million''of London's poor were every paperof SUM Block, r Knives ,
i oranges next winter. the guests of King Edward; last Saturdayat any prominence mean those of and known Mr. Burr ,.personally for many lyut Palm Buaoh, Dada County., Ilorlila $3 and up
for' the people-wan so that they years and knows him to be an hones! I I
The street cars of Jacksonville were a series of dluners.About forty-five poor
1;t; lulled by women on Thursday of last thousand had places at the tables which bad to take ads. at '"patent medicine conscientious/ gentleman bud, 11. H.D.. SAUNDERS, Jr.; I Prices on St
elected we believe he will serve the people
rates" to keep things going.-Green 'iSterling'
ek, an arrangement having been made spread iu four hundred halls and
were .
Code to the beat of his ability ATTOHNSlY AT LAW. .
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Times ;
.. h tbecar companies to turn over parks> The Prince and Princess oi Springs / i Silver 1
himself
Mr.Burr bait declared on the
a receipts of the day to the women for Wales represented the King. : .a- '- Corner Ohm and Datura Streets) I '
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anrd-Fearless which be considers Important,,
i fund for the Home for the Aged Prof. .A Just ; Commissioner points -6.g wits PAlM JN ACII, FLORIDA, Quoted on
Fred' W. Vanderbiltthrough. '
this declaration we hope to publish next '
a ladies made a net profit of $633 78. v\ .ApplicationRailroad .1
Russell H, ChiUeuclen, director of the The Times wants to, announce that it week that the voters may know what ,

: For the third time Frank Roberson: Sheffield Scientific School of Yale Unlyersity heartily and altogether indorses the candidacy they are.-Manatee River Journal. A. J. ;LEWid .1

Jacksonville colored murderer, has, It,is announced 1 iI5 given $Soo; ,- of R, Hudson: Burr for Railroad ATWRNEY-AT-LAW WatchTIMEClNSPECTOR

.. .! een found guilty of murder in the first 000 for a new dormitory to the serlool. Commissioner. There is great need of -- J and NOTARY PUBLIC. '

degree Twice, in 1900 'Roberson was Vanderbilt was a graduate from Sheffield the, guiding, dominating, competing Influence A Trucker's Idea. ) Agent'slhs a. U.) S.Fidelity A;Guaranty Co.,ol
14 rrvtNrv'rvfyfntegced. to die, and Scientific School, class ol '7& of a just and fearless commissioner. Fditor"Recorct: R. IIudson Burr is a BaltliNur, Md. FLORIDA EAST COAST
*!:''erdlct overruled and new Much is in Immediate need of candidate for Railroad Commissioner. Xllco at rornor ot Clematis Arennu and Nurc'iMnns PLANT SYSTEM ''j
In fight at a church in Jarrolds Valey 8reBtovur Btrubiu' slurs, 1-4.1903 SEABOARD AIR LINE
A", jI-1:1Iiri': p.reii.. This time It Is hoped ., Boone county, West Va., between being t done to keep in prospect the day In his circular he says:, WeaU'alui Beauh."H / :JACKSONVILLE; & SO'WESTERN;
I VSentence of the court will'be when, the relation between the the of Florida
r ,; carried of the families of Hendrlcks proper "Today producers are..
1/: members) carriers and the producers 'of the State IV UUANNIMO R. J. ;ILES
the
r/f/ and Jarrolds between' whom'a fued< ,,bad paying rates disproportiotied to ser ,

r//it I/ is estimated by a large grower that existed for some time, Peter IIendri ks, will obtain ajid be sustained. /Mr. BurrIs vice, rendered by ,the- railroads. Today x and Counst'Jlot'at-Law 226 West Ba{ St.. JA KSONVILLE FLA. y

\ I t' ;:Jt 'following products were marketed be. postmaster ,of Orange, was killed In, this editor's judgment: the man the lion's share of the product ,of,,ouj Attorney ,

r. I' 'from Sanford the past season: 111 car and several others were.fatally Injured. for place in such a commission will soil goes into the coffers .of those great (Odlce! ov..r Dqukl2.)6i9o2 )
work along tjie lines to the full ;
propel corporations
))1 l celery 30 cars cabbagev 76 cars lettuce 'The Freight Handlers' Union 'is now ) WEST; PALM: BEACH. FLA
limit of Us In a later numberof if Mr. Burr should be, elected SPROUL'S EXPRESS
cari cars powers. .Now
la cart bedns, to- .
'; :. : potatoes 3 3 strike in and nine thousand ? ..
\, on a Chicago
Tfie.Tlmes account will be takenof 'in ,
matoes. It Is also estimated that 25 some and, exercising: the functions of hi: ADZES E. ANDREWS
,cars of cantaloupes and 5 cars of eggplants men ouseTfef are now out,. and every freight bib' work in the' legislature!! of tot office should he be/ willing! to allow the J J r Furniture moved Baggage
the twenty-four railroads ,con. ,
will be sent northThe returns showing his fitness for a pl';ce ou the reasonable dividends, oil actual investments ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. transferred. and general

have been satisfactory as a rule, and the ever erned; is practically tied up. 'How Railroad. potrrmlssloa.-Century Tines.ta but refuse dividends on watered NOTARY PUBLIC drayln done at reasonable .
ot the/railroads later in the
output will be increased next season. some stock, and should insist that truckers Proaacutluir! Attorney of l llrvvanl, Co. rates.TwoSeated.
week, succeeded in getting;in help front ./ the Enemy Views"Burr and railroads should share and share
It 'roes. in just than FT. PIERCE AND TlTUSVUI.B, FLA..8I'r.
rain fell June past and there is Carriage
t Southern points a posslbiltyof the
1 for instance, Railroad Com. alike l In proportloh to the investments of 'S .
baa ever been known even by our oldest is It, the railway people winning; out. \1I189ion\ race. Henry Day has, ,of course, I Ith each the roads would immediately in- I Or Single Buggy <& 'o

known Dhabltants.as .the We Florida usually rainy havewhat season iu At ClovTrsviile, ;N. Y.,last Saturday,abig !; inside track for re-election, but con 1 itrnct the lobby at Tallahassee to order GEO. M. BOBBINS, For hire by hour'I or day.,-- .: "
tf : combination smoker and passenger eider< the small mob for Bryan's position the legislature to repeal or make nnga. "
June rain in abundance but only two Leave orders at Manilla House.
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the Mountain Lake" Electric 'the Attorney and CounaeloratLaw.Will '
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'"' car on who are now impatiently awaiting tory the Railroad Commission Law. Sot
bf three good rains fell 1 in this county ii6trDon't
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Railway white descending a long, steep at the starling Ward in his it Is '
% the'mouthK and some sections !Ignal po to fortify Burr position, necessary practice In State and Federal Courts, .'
ring grade. got beyond thi, (control of. the Browne, Burr and Whltner-four in all, to elect Crawford and. .Newton.: -
ring practically none, and crops IK- ; T TUSVILI.EI"LA. ,
)\ motorman, it mailed down the inonn- and quite enough in"all probability to the ,, -
Bring on engagement. 8-n-iyr .... IL ;
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usly suffered. DeLand and the .. .
} lain aide at terrific *pa d and Overtook ma' second primary 'necessary. Of N :TRUCKER: in Orlando Record.Sumter'Couuty Forget '
.,6 PueAliate. : surrounding section had an open trolley car loaded with passen- the four Ward seems to be far the best ,, ; LI- D. EATON, M. D. ,

re rain than any other portion of the gers<<: .' A ccjJJisUm 'followed .in, which equipped for the race. Whitner will, : -; for I i / That we l"ve. at all times, *
and and gardens did not Solid Burr. HOMfEOPA TII/ST.
country,. crops
koJ. twelve people were killed and a great probably show'up hopelessly the rear',
WEST PALM BKAOH, FLORIDA. a choice line of
'suffer so.'V01uela County Record! In -
The Sumter County Times speaking -
lany wounded.! I', 'I while R, Hudson Burr will no doubt Be.blenceopposite Methodist Church. Olllce
t' g* The report of J.: B. Whitfirld, State Assistant United; 4tates Attorney Gen- live Jeff Browne all he wants to do to of the Oak Grove picnic, recently Clematis: Avenue, next tfftMiwonlc TnniplB; FLORIDAlNDWESTERNKV1EATS
-Treasurer filed with Governor Jennings hold held in that county says: Office hours 8 to II i) a.in.,2 to'l"117: to.8 p.m.
eral Charlel!,.W. Russell Is completing his own. It is useless to disguise;( Sunday :U to 4.nn, -
shows balances to the credit of the several his preparations and within a week the fact-Mr. Burr's radical ,/and socialistic Hon. R. Hudson 'llurr of West Palml'alm Special Attention liven to DlHeauea of-

State and educational funds at the will start for Paris. to investigate the ideas on ,the railroad question, [ Beach,candidate for Railroad Com- .Women and Children* ;

close of bnsiness'on June 3Oth, as fol.T ability it the new Fananta Canal Cotr while utterly Impracticable aud thor tatsalonetwas Introduced to,the audit ,. ,
HOOD DI. D
C.
|lows General, revenue fund '$a25.2g.. any to give the United States a satisfactory /uglily dangerous, are such as commend nee and made a talk statlog'bls 1 position H. 4

54; on'! roill school tax,145,880,17 ;fStale title to concessions and property themselves to many prejudiced persons; as a candidate for Commissioner. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON! Live and Dressed, Turkeys -

Board Of Health $24,357.20; pension on the isthmus. When the preliminary and it is thought that ,the East Coast Mr.Burr's remarks were well received ffloe ever Strohm's store, WEST "TALM Chickens Butter,

,,- x, $117,699,14 ; principal :.of, Staff> work shall have proceeded to a certain Innovator will pull a much largervote"ban and he made a most favorable imptes- BEACH. Realdeuoa near Royal Poln- Cheese Etc.

& 1, $$31.578 ; principal''. Snti- point.'the Attorney General, according superficial observers are Inclined to ston on all who met him. We trust that clana Hotel.PALM BEACH. H-l Eggs

I ..*nary(148.39 ; Agricultural College, o the President's expressed wish,' posibly credit him with.\ -S. E. Russ, in Tampa Jumter will rfll np. a solid vole for Burr -

$10.131: ; experiment station,. $499-39 ;. will go over and personally/look Tribune :: ?, 011 election days R B. POTTER M. D., Prompt' Attention to Mail Orders.
White College, Morrill, 6.79 ; colored \ ".' .
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Into the matter. -- ,
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college Morrill. $ ; college mesa
33oavjHTPALMHEAcn ri.A.
1,877.2It
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haU, 88.35 i;hire of State eon: cts. $36,- ThepenI'laylvanla adopted' the policy Railway of refunding Companyhas <*. of MMr. A. A.- Faber Bro's. MarketWest

< :310.98 ; interest in State school $1,818- ess fares to passengers, in the/ operation Itinerary :re Boggs o CP... PtATTS I. !>.
incidental college,
64 station $13 48 ;
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train time it is PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.Tel".ram. -
of i iu twenty-hour ,
every Palm Beach.
# incidental, $18.14. Total, $505.345-86 in A. A. Bogga/ candidate from Dade, County: for the Democratic non-.
two or more hours,late; reaching New delivered\ all hours ol the. day) l-i-iqoa ''
State Health Officer Porter spent Tuesday fork..aud :Philadelphia. The amount is nation for,the Legislature of f the Stat ofFIorWa, will. address the epee and ulsrlit 'rI

in Jacksonville leaving that nightfor scheduled for New York as follows:' For tors on tie !Issues of the campaign: B'' follows: 2-39.190 FORT PIERCE, Fla. -
Tampa., According to The Metropo- bvure 'three hours, $3 and tour '
two fa
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ifs, he said he came to the city to look hours, $4. For Philadelphia the divisIon LEMON CITY-Friday, July 11, nt 7B4: &'p. m.. ,.. IIOUO1ITON. I

after the a arrangement of his new offices is $1.50 for two hours, $:; for three COCQANUT GHOVE-Saturday, July '12, 'at 4 p. ra. "DENTOS"' ,

In the fifth story of the DyalUpchurchbuilding" and 'ior tour hours. Cotduo J4 at Tii 10 Build Houses
: are' offices hours (3 ; : MIAMI-Monday, July. ... : p. m.attend. IIOLUANU LOCK PHONE 15 y
e. They splendid tore are to issue rebate checks to passen- Mr. Graham W.' ;:'Mr WEST PALM BEACH.
overlooking the St. Johns river cool and The public la cordially Invited to King Move Houses
; the
gera, which: will bd cashed by agent: .
comfortable. Dr. Porter said in regardto at destination if presented within twen- D<;>g'g"8' opponent has been invited t4 o I 1 make the canvass! jointly with Mr. L T. DANIEL," Repair Houses.

the public health that it was very y-four hours after Issuance HOg'ls II he shall accept time will\ be divided and every courtesy'extendell. % '
good throughout the State and there DENTIST Shop work,
from Lourenzo
of fever, there A despatch Marque, -- YftD1AN .
lear
not yellow
was even OOCOA. RIVER.FLOa1DA.1-
I East Africa, dated Sunday, Who to Vote For. Repairing or -
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being none iu Cuba and If the, Cuban Portuguese Democrats, Take Notice. / ...
T,r authorities would follow np the sanitary says: "The fire which began here July The following is a copy of the formal List of County candidates to be voted I."METOALF Dock BUilding.
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had ,
F 3, and which by the following day for' at the Primaries July GUY ._ ,
work as did the United States health anthoritles notice served on the Dade county Dem. on 15 1902.

there would be no fever. It is destroyed British military stores valued scratlc .texecntivc Coaimlttae, and ac- RepresentaUve-t-Grahatn W.'King, A. NOTARY PUBLIC Call on or addressM.

the opinion, however, of some ,parties ', at over 500,000 ponncTs, shows little sign repted by Secretory S. Lester Patterson i.Boggs. I Far.the State of Florida at Large.

that this cannot be done with the limit of abating and la likely to burn for some the of IbatcomnAtlee:, N County Treasurer-C. It. Raulerson. !Deods,MortgaRen LeaMea.ao" Contracts J. YARBOROUGH '
at
ed means at the disposal the Cubangovernwehtl I'days Netherlands to come.pier The and fire spread\ started to"'adjoin-} Mr W. A. Flier, Chairman of the Dade Tax Collector-T: J, Harder, Jno. B. All X Work Ounranteed' Dl'olied.Con'eyanclnB' a Legally.Specialty.. Coruct. WestPalm Teach Fla.

.e.. -.- log property. -In the event of a change County Executive CommitteeDear Powell. Omen In CHOpioiL SUN Block.
West Palm Beach. Dada Cuuntr. Florida.
June Weather. of wind several other storage yards I Sir:-The following Democrats Tax Assessor. ,-Geo. W, Adams, R. M. n

meteorological summary where many thousands of feet of timber have requested me to notify your Com- Smith. It. MOSES 1inloba
The monthly ; IanlOBS o S STile
WALLACE
for June bas Just been issued by 'the and other goods are stored will become mittee that theywill appeal to the Dem- County 'Commissioner ist District '/ !

Weather'Bureau'' Jupiter r In vol'led. The fire brigade Is powerless ocratic "ot ra. of their respective precincts P. C{Aicher'!.Benl. :Parka -- Suooaisor to A.. W. Robert / of this fruit is'' t

It shows the. mean temperature for to obtain/control the flames." to elect a new Executive Committee County Commissioner :and District REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE supply very-
limited and the demand
the month to have been So degrees A special to the Chlcag."" Record-Her. to serve for the ensuing two years 3eo..-W., Lalnhart, M J. Yarborough. Agent for Went Palm Beach Town tots, also Orders, pressing
In for
and will at the primary to" be held July Commissioner 3rd District-R, ,West Palm Busch Water Worln. are now coming sum-
Rev County
v blch: figure agrees with those! for, the aid from Wlonlpeg-'MoD., says: NOTA11Y PUBLIC. I book
mer delivery. can
of 1899 Church of Eagland clergy. the ijlh, offer themselves -candidates B. McDonald.'John W.Mulllkln. Clematla Avenue nesr'OIIveStreet.
month In the years 1900 D. Ferlies a
same :
ll-ai-luol
Uaach. Florida.
and 1901. The average for the past fifteen man, arrived from New York Factory, for committeemen for their respective County Commissioner 4th District- JVaitFalm, / Only Cash Orders ,

', years is aven79.- The highest Northwest British Territory, Uday, and ireclneti. John Sewell"' W,J. Gautier. BROWN to be sent by express in the order +.

l the'thermometer 'registered during'the; irlnga authentic information of the fate St. Lucie Precinct No I't M.R. Johns. County'Commissioner Slit District T.D. received. Price 25 cents: each $2

month was degrees-onMba 14th, and of Explorer Andre and his companions Jupiter, Precinct No. j, N. C\\Jones 3amt. Belcher] b. C. Brown. 1 ARCHlrEOr"AND BUILDER. a dozen. Money promptly returned
93 on the 9th. two 1,000 miles from York,, a lake Worth Precinct \j. II. B. I Member, School Board ist District-E.B. Plan and poclfloa.tlons pn*>ared.Jobbing It orders exceed: supply ,
the lowest, degrees years ago ,
work given( prompt attention at
\
'S The total precipitation was 3.91 Inches party of Eskimos. under the leadership Saunders. King. BUop oa Datura 8__. Cuttings of rtulgoblfango
which is ',39 Inches below the 'average of "Old Huskie," saw the Andre balloon Hypoluso Precinct. NO.4. Cullen Member School Board and ''DistrictJames wood for grafting by a new and Safer

for the fifteen years, this..ve aRe alight on a plane of snow l In that viclnty Pence. [ C.'Harris.Member' Q.EOUOB O. HCTMSlt"CIVIL only known | practical method <

befog 6.3i past inches. June of last year was which is_about two miles ,north 011 Del ray, Precinct No. 5. T, J. .School Board 3d Dist'rlct ENGINEER furnished' at 30 cents each, by mailor

a record-breaker, the total rainfall befog Port Churchill. Three men emerged' ,Pompano, .Precinct,No. 6. L.iIaygood'l Wm. M. Burdlne. AND express.

while la June 1898 only ijlnchesfell. from the ballon, and some of"Huekle'a"people Ft. Lauderdale,", Precinct! Nq Constable And District-Ed. Broker. DEPUtY COUNTY SURVEYOR' ELBRIDGE GALE,
17.41, .. of Peace District H. P. '/ FOR DADE COUNTY. Fla.
"V a"pI cached them out of curiosity. W. Marshall.jDjus Justice 3rd Mangonia
) .I.OeoJ Agent for the Lanl J>.partn'ol'\ha
,' t M.F..Long. a-iS-tf
Precinct BraDn :
Ait they did Boone of Andre'party fired : No-8f g. irILc.Rv. POMPANO-)" .04., 6-r-rvuo.
4" The Bei"PreacrlplloJ) for Malaria I a Run. This is a signal to uncivilized Lemon City' Precinct No.' 9, Warren Justice'of Peace 6th District! :W. H.

Chills and Fever is /bottle of Grove's natives for battle. It was regarded as a Mitchell. McNab. \ D. M. GEAURIDEAU,
Tasteless CblU Tonic It Is simply iron and almost Instantly the natives Miami Precinct :No, 10, O. A.Worley I Constable 6th District-1>. D. Grant: ? I S. H. RICHMOND, Agent
challenge, PALMS
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and quinine in a.tasteless form, Wocnre fell the'three explorers andmassacred CocoenutGrovfl.l'recimetNo. -J/, W' Justice Peace nth District-Jar W. 'SHAVJNG..PARLOR. '
Upon Grant Land'
1C +' No pay. Price 50 cents. them. Everything pertain. Cutler, Prednct No. n. P..L, Jenkins. CaTe,. ,' r.b'i" r.b'f. :" .Orl" work by the PerrinB! Company.,

---- tug to their outfit was carried to the Respectfully submitted, W. A. :filer SHOP UNDER HOTEL .PALMS. UEA1- ESTATE.
fir. YOUNG'S HATS-none bettfi made lornes of the natives oa the borders of MrXOWWtKY.' Cbnu Committee. 1 I'
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: uilttee on education reported that a per ILLUMINED BYELECTRICITY: S.--

\ BOARD OF TRADE tltion had been circulated: la town at the Column. BOTSFORD & CO. tl,, t

Ii request of several prominent women interested __ I (
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; In educational matters, asking I FOR SALE. ( '

the Board of Public Instruction ot Dade .. ....... ". i
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t,, ,- Was Done at the RegularMeeting county: to appoint; a male principal the Many .Improvements Have Been GOOD MULE, NEW WAGON; NttW :.,',, Dry* "'Goods* ', .;Notions. \|
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x: held Last Wednesday Went Palm Beach' Public School It )Hade\ at- The Bungalow, the ': Price, 1175.00. Address 1 ', .. '.>. .,".!>;; '' ','; 'U.W: '- .' ''?
K' .' also the desire of the ladies that Box: 354, We t.J>atnt. eacb. _julrt7tA : '
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; r. Evening.The was Home of C. E. HamerDown ': jtnd. their petition be backed up by the Board STRONG; SOUND, $.YBAR.-OLD ""' 1i .
discussion a 1i Mare also new Wagon and Harness. (
of Trade. After a lengthy ; a ; '
Board of Trade of WeNt Palm at The Bungalow Lake Worth Marvin "
Beach.
West Palm
the West Palm L. .. 1\\ '
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Pj 1 .Beach, held their regular> meeting: on motion was passed that the pretty home of Mr. aad Mrs. Chas. Invite i L' call' ''
Board of Trade fully endorses" the actionof NE Good ALL-ROUND WORK: We tb ilie* to( : :ivndl exam(ID-. A'I/
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Tuesday evening at which there were E. uamer, there baa just been installeda O '' : i
the ladies in petitioning the Coun- Horse for sale, and one lancy driving 'our cutely purohane'tt' toc", ".' ,
Irv works and elec .
about fifteen members. President complete water system ; Hutch- .0.p
present bred P. .
horse
to standard\ ) W. .,... "
wl', ',t'll Ben H. Doster presided with H. P. ty Board of Public Instruction Palm ap trio light plant. That such things shouldbe ett. .5.9.tf ., ... ,. ," ee... ;.e
the West .
point a male,principal t to w- '
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in land : '
{, Branding aa Secretary. After the minutes l possible this practically new :
Beach school for the n.-xt school term. FOR RENT. 1'-; Remember We'' Lo del sIn
N m ,, of the last regular meeting had is a marvel, and goes to show that,the ., are
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l\(\ '1 ., been adopted, the reports of the commit- IMPROVED SANITARY CONDITION advantages and comforts that accrue TH HAVE TWO elegant"Lake View our LIne

tees were received. Secretary BTanuinic reported( that he from residence In older, : and more dense. fJ Cottages for rent for next season, '

l.. TOWN ORDINANCES. had received several communications ;, Iy settled districts, are possible, e.venaway : one furnished fOI$600 Posiwssiou and one for$7oo given ;November'contpletely 1. .'ookoKokokokokokokokokoKOKokaltoMoseoi105saltot: ; .!j', '

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1 Chairman George G. Currie of the from property owners or their,_gents down on tbe East Coast o[ Florida. Also, ant furnish! Cottage\ 7 rooms, It .. .- t
; Laws Committee that the Town that the properties at the Styx had been *' Mr. Hauler well known as>. the 'rep for.the summer ; (25 per mouth.Tropical O' It ,,.

: reported Cleaned in compliance with the request resentative! of Joseph Jefferson's extetiE ; Real Ivfltate'Kcliaig) \ G. :G. "
'u. Council did not favor the* revising and 418pa): tf W. I. Melcalf Mgr.WHO" ; Strohm Company : .f.. .
i tp' of farther made by the :Board ot Trade. It w'asal sive Interests in West Palm Beach r- .
;{ Indexing town ordinances. Any than ,
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'; action on the part of the committee o reported in the absence of Dr. Hood ing bis.-residence hew of more II OWNS IT? : "
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that he bad found the anultary condi- montbs, he has sown:: himself to ho a _
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would 'lhis committee In an unpleasant -
place ; 'I: i. FaMILY
RPT AT MRS 'JEROM! E'S COTJ QROeERIE I f
& ," position. The matter was allowed tion over at the Styx greatly Improved gentleman of advanced ideas, public 'I' TACK Datura, St., gun IOU t fishing : /
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[t&:c to drop, and on motion the re- THAT $25,090.HOTEL. spirited and oue, nxlous to see the best tackle-Owner mar have by proving property o \- ..*- ._ :
< Interests of this crowing{ ",,- encouraged and advertisement *
this
for : .
letter J paying. "
port was accepted Mr J. B. McGinley presented a ; '
Food Pmducfs
l In every legitimate way. Personally, Jy-f 1-U. r 'Fancy Yr
''i STREETS AND HIGHWAYS.In which he had received from Ex-Mayor --- -, ,
he-has that calls for more '
1 pet an example -
the.absence of Chairman Helm of Wilmon Wbilldia iu reference to the BIDS WANTED. ** It'I
than passing notice. One the
ago
year
the Committee on'Highways Mr. G. W. location here of a good all-the-year- Provisions.
y site of his present home was a mass of r HE BC AiD O F PUBLIC INSTRUCTION r 'Grain a .
t i G Iduer, another member of the committee round hotel. As,this letter appears else tangled scrub palmetto underbrush and .L invite prompt bids: for O '''v Yof ,
submitted a written report, which where In this issue of The Tropical Sun, the transportation of 'pupils between : o. ,
Mr. directions.
:' was us follows: it will explain Itself. It was decided to pine. Under ..Hamer'S Ma jtOala, Lake Worth, Palm Beach aud JEFFERSON BLOCK .
the property known as the Jeffersontract West Palm Beach, five days week, .
stand until next per ,
allow the matter to over o c 0It
l t e ++ Mr. Wm. Heim, Chairman Streets and Instruct- has been cleared and today many eight months. None but reliable parties S i at '

r Parks Board of Trade: meeting and the Secretary was pretty and lub.tantlal homes 'adornthe with safe boats of ample -accommodations West Pa1m-Beacli,. Florida. ',

Dear Siri: -I beg to report that so far;s'led to-notify all the members that con- western shore of beautiful Lake Worth. need apply. The Board reserves q v : .., .-t-.!!,..,
+ would then betaken all bids J v- Z.
t' sideration of the letter the right to reject any or
; I have the and found :
inspected streets Where before was virgin forest, there is Further Information may be obtained n7loleokiols oteoit0iao7ao7s05oltokokoko7ao7soito7aakota. otloltolto7s0i1o7

: : them clean and in good: condition highly up. of now a wonderful transformation/ .to thriv from any member of tbe Board; or Z. T.

commendable to. those "who have I Mr. McGinley, reporting on Behalf pineapple plantations young orange Merritt, Superintendent, Buena Vista, '
of the .work. Your committee the special committee appointed for tbe Florida. j6 tf. THE "
'if, ,t charge and lemon groves and rose gardens.: Indeed ,,' ,
would suggest that the residents "who j I: purpose 6f getting out advertising matter the Lake Front to the south of the RAINED '
tl said that was being nxTde< NURSES. buyers and[ Sl>fpgera of
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r have lots thaT covered with weeds 1 progress
; are : town bids fair to become the residential r-, Everglade Produce 'COJ
and trash be requested to remove the I and that a definite report would probably : portion of what should soon be a-part of rpJECAINBD NURSES can be obtained ,

same go that the whole town will have a be ready at the next. regular meet- the corporation: of West Palm Beach, a. by telegram or postal addressed to Preapp
neat and tidy The park ting of the Board. Church, Home and Hospital, Orlando West Palm Beach, Fla. .
appearance. I Since the completion 'of the :Bunga- Y
I The Board adjourned at half past nine Florida. Terms, $r3 perweek. z-aitf
seems to be sadly neglected when it low, improvement has been trie order of Hay.Grain, ,Poultry Butter' .
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ought to be our beauty spot The plants o'clock. : ,
--.e. tbe day and Mr. and Mrs; Hamer can and Lime

." there are Buffering for the want of water, W. C. T. U.,Notes. boast of having the most modern home'' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS- :, Eggs, Potatoes,,- and ,". ..

., f I and the weeds and grass have overrunthepathSnd in this vicinity. A few weeks ago'Mr. / 'kinds

I,) walks. Our former recommendation The regular monthly. business meet Hamer built an engine: house' near his NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.. All" of" Crops by Cmloads'tr. / } :; .
of tbe Union 'was held Monday,,the ,
in regard to planting can- ing Produce. .
'Twas residence, and has had installed in It a Notice la hereby given that the, following T ",
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i nas seems to have been overlooked as 7th at tbe "Good Will Cottage.'r six-horse Fairt5 named settler haa. clod, notice of his Intention '
W especially gratifying to the ladies to power iijt-Morae gasoline lo make limit, proof In uippor' of his clillin.and ,
/ ) they have not been separated orre4 -I "engine, a'water-works pump with a that Bald proof will IMS made before ,'Ohn",1. _._
'a attendance at this -- ---- -- '-- -- ,
planted. .There are sufficient plants to have such large Y..fJI H. C'nmiiilnaloner at Went 1 -
interest capacity thirteen hundred gallons pet1honr I'In.. ; :<' Kit, NNIx: ; f
the
i make a border around the entire Lake meeting, and also to note great and Westinghouse Vl.: OuHton W. Herring Noipupo.1.1Ii..H4 Here is HouseDon't ',
a ) > r
electrJcJigUt:
x I front. If'attended to it would make which was manifested in the 3TIIOT tar the Lot Si,U and 0, Sea. :"Jit,. Tp 4O a,
) soon dynamo large enough to supply sixty S., It.4ifO.Ho .
a fine showing for winter tourists and I work. / nnme the following wltnewia to prov.hisoonttunonsreeldones "
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ffIf.* 'tendered"the lights of sixteen candle power.. The upon and cultivationofaalrt Yoir
a guests, aside from the fact that our own A vote of thanks wss Is used In tank the laud via: William Lamb of NepUme.. "
J would at them. merchants nncfcitlzena of our town for pump filling a. large: Kla I S. D. Kutchrll:, of Neptune: Us., ;E. C. Miller Want ,(ft ?
'I citizens: enjoy looking capacity of which is ten thousand 01 Neptune, Via.,Jamw Hepburn of Kvp-" s ;i'
We would earnestly urge the Board of their prompt response, in helping us to I,, tune. Fla.1at ot'cur: we cannot give It to you' i
II gallons. At the elevation of forty .
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.u W.O. ROBINSON, ReglnUr.:
..4 "t 1 Trade to recommend: to the City Council furnish a' home for social purposes feet this tank gives a strong pressure, 'outright but the payments' are sn. easy,

j that the park be placed in good condition which will be opened each evening; in supplying not only the Bungalow and Its .-.OF APPLICATION that It I. nearly the same an.a gift( ,
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week from to 10 o'clock and a NOTICE
the
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possible. owe
as
as soon gardens but in addition the residence of We C
Will
Give
r to Mr. II. M. Flagler who has given this cordial Invitation is extended to all to ..ud'otbers. ror Permit to Sell Liquors., wines urtil
a Mr. W. II. DaCamara -'
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i valuable property to the city for a parkto patronize this home.. The water Is pumped from a flowing lie.r.Vubllo e p You a deed to it, after you have paid,; <
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keep it in first class order;" even if we The kind offer of J. B. McGinley & and >t-'to' relit for a few year's. Ccm,<; lu J.arid JIt ..cDLu1
spring' is pure and oC-excellent notice IK hereby given that VI. f.Uatcbett t '
/ : have to make some sacrifice in time or Co.rto. allow the Union a per cent of his "' ban flied With the Board. of ComityC'oinmbialoner us explain to'yod what liberal, pro ,

i money. If tbe city cannot spare funds I sales for three days was duly discussed quality.The work of placing the engine' dynamo .* <>l Dade County,''In the State J}bvr'," anion we.have! ,to make! to a .few reliable!<<:I

iA 4 faD the purpose, we would offer the aud accepted, and the days and selected Thurs and pump in position was petformeiT<< of'eH Florida liquor.,III wine* application and beer.In'Election for 'a; permit DI.to..- .;c. ?, I people who wad to own their homes!;
Wednesday
suggestion that the ladles start a were, Tuesday,
by Mr. Emil Koch, who is now In chaige Met No. a of laid County and States that
I park improvement society aud have the day, the I5tb, 16th and 17th of July. of the machinery.The such application will be acted on by tha. *al<1 The Tropical Real Estate

park turned over to them. Our experience Two ynung ladies representing the Union wiring of Mr. Hamer'shouse was Board pf County Commissioners at thnlr nrxtj, : Exchange ;
t has been that whejj the ladies undertake will be in attendance each day and we reKular0ui. ... %. which will be held on the' rc&c
feel assured that their bright smiles and completed on Monday, and The Bungalow nth day of AuRiiaf. l O2at 10 o'clock In the : Sun-Block '
of this kind always Tropical W. I. METCALF
anything they -
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I with Its_broad, verandas, !Is now forenoon of Haiti day, and the; laid Board : : Manager
1' carry. It to a succcessful issue. many graces will serve to attract the tiorebv call upon cltlio 'of uob Election '
If. brilliantly lighted throughout by elee-. ary!)
; ; friends of the Union to this popular business ... -, \ .
v Respectfully submitted, triclty., IJiitrlct who may desire to dn .to chow
G. W. IDNBR.I house.We earnestly hope"anyone cause It any theta be, attheenld neat regular -""' ... :. .. :
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I.I, I in sympathy with the noble work will Truly Mr. and Mrs. IIamer have a meeting" of said Hoard, why such permt shah. ....
i II Chairman Gruber of the Transporta- home of which they may well be proud.; not be granted the applicant.By Wheii You Need '
needed:
make _
select days to ,
any
i//, Jji) Lion Committee, had no report to offer tjiose order of the Board of County Conimlalonennf *- '
i r; :t t nor wts any.report presented from the purchases and thus contribute-to the .w < Dade County Florida. ,

Committee on Agriculture and Public needs of the Cottage. Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold.; This lfday of July; A. D. IDOa. -Mantels\ TilingGrates
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Buildings.A Laxative Bromo Quinlje Tablets cure [Seal] s: DKAJtBORN, [
MALE PRINCIPAL. EDWIN CLAPP'S SH6ES,$6.oo and Clerk Board County rufnmlHdlonorj. _
cold In No No
day.
one ,
cure
: Harry L. Brown, Chairman of the Com- $7.00-finest made': at ANTHONY'S pay.250.. .' I Write us tor \
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I 11' 'Utopia Ciub-Meets, '
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tr .r l' .ymyrtnnmY.ii.mnymn.YV..amnnm..r- The second regular meeting{ of the'. 0- CHURCH NOTICES FLORmranmLD ifS t,
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"newly organized Utopia Club was heldon oooooooooooooonethodlst .: -CO.

; = Tuesday evening in the office "ofChllliagworth Church. '-' r" &

& Currle. President G.: .' """""" JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

G. Currie was in the chair and' J. w; Preaching at it a. m. .... =)(: :oo'1poo Jt ,
Sanders acted. Usual evening service at 7:30: o'clock. ,.. -.yn ; :;IC! ;
secretary. :
.+-- "- -. r,, .," Sunday School at 9:45: a, m. ..
1 The minutes of the last regular '
meet- .
'' : Epworth League at 3:30: m. ; 1ookokoKOkokOKOkokokokokokoKOKokotortokokokoKokokcKt
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It / Removal Sale.. .' ing were read and approved and the Rev. C..Fred Blackburn; pastor. ;; _. :;
; Constitution and by-laws as amended '

t e were also presented and adopted.The Congregational.. Church.: ; i Triiscott 'Boat''' MYg Co. -- MX MX ; ;\.


t-ti;- i 20 per cent. Reduction on charter committee and have appointed it illuminated to draft was a Services at the West Palm BeacbTCongregatlonal -. B'o ,... CONSTRUCTORS: OF'I o

Church at it .. aud "
m. 7:31:

} all CASH PURCHASES, ex- sent given a another report. month' .In which to pre p.p.m.Paine.Preaching- by the pastor"":' Rev,-3. I High Grade Pleasure Craft i 2S


a The committee on building and room Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p. m. .od- o N "1 (
cept Knox Hats, E.. & W Collars reported that they had succeeded in se- Sunday-school lo a. m. It Vapor Marine. Motors. A o V


curing lease from Mr. Chas. B. Hamer, Song service and pastor's Bible class J>D.. O. MORRIS, Agent, M l

Sweet Orr Overalls. acting for Joseph Jefferson, of a new X o
r and. Prayer-meeting on Wednesday at i. West Palm
Beach Florida
: hall that will be built as a part of the o
7:30: p. m. X
i addition to the new' Jefferson block. r' All are cordially Invited. !_o o oO_ O QO O O ooo oooo oo itoltolloAoitox '
A rare opportunity to buy This ball will have measurements of t --'" -'-" .

thirty-five by seventy feet, aud will be Baptist.Church. ,

your Summer supply. very suitable for use as a club r om., Divine services at the Baptist church Insure in the Old Reliable'Gennania '**

The bouse committee was given: au- Sunday at It a. m. and 7:30p.:: m.

thority to proceed at once to get priceson Morning: subject, The Soul in search Life Insurance
ji' furniture and such other articles necessary 7f God." ; .

: to furnish the club rooms la a Evening, Opportunities, and OF NEW YORK. ORGANIZED IN 1860. : ,

thorough snd comfortable manner. how to Improve them." For particulars address O. LOPE11' BAILEY MSD&Rer"for Georgia and

The secretary presented thirteen ;applications Sunday-school at 10 a. to. Prayer- '- Florida Box 340, :falatka.: Florida. '

for membership. These were meeting ThursdajtCTeulng at 7:30.

aAnthony laid on the table for one month, and'" in All are welcotfre. -,-.--......".,-

the meantime every member of the club H. H. BTOKOIS, Pastor. G

will be notified by the Secretary that -- iM.LiTgoba EJ 'Mang es '

Bros. 1 these thirteen names have been re The Oldest Ship ?

ceived 'and a vote will be taken on the What Largest Collection of CrotOM the '
f ra United
stated to be the oldest) ship in States. Palm. Phvllan ",'s'n;
Second Tuesday in August, the next thuIetc. All nnt. rrrnwn.
the-world says the London Shipping Full Line
W-: West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami 3 regular1 meeting night. If the names World has recently been sold at Teue- : Spruce Pine of.Cltrus 8tock.Bt:01'DOIlllIgh '

b' are accepted they will raise the membership rifle to be broken up.: This'Is the Italian JOHN B. BEACH .
I d to thirty-three, and as a limit West Palm' Bench.'Flo.
ship Anita registered at Abe port of
/ of forty has been adopted by tbe const Genoa. The Anita ''which resembles

tutlon, only seven more names
can be
-- Christopher Colnmbns'ship, "the Santa '
.received,. Since the meeting Tuesday, ;Maria, was built in Genoa In 1548. and THE
tl the Secretary has already received tbree.ppllcations. TRAVELBRS
her at'tbe
'-- effected .as -.Yoyage end of

_- -... March, 1902, from Naples' to Tenerlffe, ,
; ANTHONY' saOE8 six or seven weeks ago.: The Anita was ---:- NEW MANAGEMENT; '
You Know What-You Are -z .
Aan a Taking tremendously: stout built, and has MRS. N. F. GARCIA -

,t SILENT When,, you take Grove's- Tasteless weathered countless storms and tornadoes Prop'r,. Jacksonville Fla. =
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Chill Tonic because the formula ,ls mall' parts of the world, bntit was "

.ALEaMEM'I plainly printed on every bottle showing also*the, slowest hfp' afloat taking 303 Electric:Lighter Electric Bells Batha.Cntnplete. Servlc '

I that it is sinply Iron and quinine in .. lays on one voyage from Baltimore to The Best $2.00 perdaft Hotel r

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