The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00293
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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Spltzer to oo; VloePresldent People as They Come and Go- .
-none bettetJnade' Read tbe advertisement In this Issue. ,
; and: .General Mana erI.: .; j I People Whom' You Mayor'May at $3.00. ANTHONY BROS. k** Rubtle the- Money.. "
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.of New Bank. Not Know.
---4 __ '' ''L', Why not be on the safe side, and drink Your\ baby needn't go barefooted See
RED SHAW MET DEATH "" '! .. only distilled water from the Lake A. S. Bol.rorlC 'a new ad.
MONDAY Important buainess change, Is announced ; Mr Andrew Preedlund, of Delray, was Worth Ice Works. .

this week |lODe that will bo''',In town Wednesday on business Ho for Miami next Monday and help
read with pride by all classes of citizens. The Bond Lumber Company has tit the citizens of the Magic City celebrate.
Mr J E'Bakerhasreturned, to town' men on tbe regular payroll. Nearly .all
__ ', Iq' Sail J Boat Was Overturned In a Squall. No Witnesses -of Within a very few weeks a new bankIng after a visitof several weeks at Umatilla, o'f them do their trading at DeLand.; KRIPPENDORF'S: ADIFS': SHOESat
concern wi)1) Start In 'business In
"t the' Accident. The DeLand News. < .
Body Was Recovered and Interred ,
Miami,;"to be known as .the'' First National ,
In Lake View on Wednesday. Bank-of; Miami. This Is Aa Institution i Mrs. T. J. Haygood, of Delray, visited The label on your patter!. shows you to Copious raijis fill here last Saturday,

... la wldlh the well known firm of friends in town on Tuesday and what date,your subscription is paid. and put an eud to the long period of very

Asthonv Brothers. B. M. Brelsford andC Wednesday. The Tropical Sun would be glad to have dry .weather. 4\ '

:A'"Mil> drowning; accident has beenthe fact,, but he /did not deem an inquest C. Chlllingworth, of this town and Mr. C H. Munch, of Waveland, has all arrears settled promptly. tf Great bargains are being offered bv

,. aeveral prominent Miami business been In the city this week looking' after Tbere"will' be a general exodus ol Anthony Brothers their :xo per cents '
map .
.,; sensation of the,, week at West t Palm necessary: so J. B. McGinley took
1 charge of the remains. The body wall are interested. The selection of a gen* buainess interests. West Palm Beach people to Miami to reduction sale,
; badly decomposed and was almost un tleman to fill the office of vicepresidentand t Mrs. George Brown returned last Saturday attend tbe jubilee next Monday Tuesday For information regarding cheap ratesto

Lautana, and well known here. : recognizable. In tbe pockets of the general. tnanaKcrJIaa resulted In ,tb! 1 evening, after a delightful visit attor Welnesday and Thursday, California arid'several pOInt. West, s

Last Monday morning about eleven clothes was a small suns of money, choice of Mr. W. 'Spitterlwho for'the former home In New Jersey. < Mr. C. W, Scbmid, business manager address J. M. Fleming, Florid*, passenger '.,'

'o'clock, Mr, Fred Shaw started sway' also a' fewprivate papers. past eight l years has been assistant'cash( :! Mr.J, F. DeBerry. of the Lake Worth of the Lake Worth Baud, is making arrangements ..agent Louisville & Nashville Rail away :

froni..the City Wharf in. his tall boat The watch had stopped at two! o'clock, lef and teller of f tb(Dade County State Ferry Boat Company, left Tuesday on a for a grand festival In which Jacksonville, Fl. 'r;

bound down- the Lake for dins tjouie which agrees with the hour at which Bank, of- this town. + ''I business trip to North Carolina.Dr the Band will take part, and the proceeds This week the Everglade Produce "
AD ;hour later be was Been by color-- the wild It-will be generally conceded that -
wiud' broke amore
storm this
over : will be voted the funds
for :
to the
received watermelons
Lowery, of Tampa was l In town : a car load of from
_ : ,::man near,the! Bingham Place out In section of Lake Worth, and it la certain appropriate' or wiser choice could lark improvement., West
.be 'center of the :JUke, becalmed. that Shaw's boat was' not have been made, I but it will fluid. lthe Monday Tuesday, in the .iotergst t oj '' Florida The car contained between
poor overturned -
Oermania Life Insurance Miss Pike;the local agent and thirteen and fourteen hundred.splendid ..
\ : Coiipuny.Aft. operator .
M' his was the last seer of him alive by the squall. Front the fact cause for no small degree of regret, '|ti- ." :
i' When he did not'return home Monday that the butter bad been tied to the eunuch .. Mr. SpiUer't promotion; J. R Anthouy .left this morning for the Western Union Telegraph samples this popular, fruit. ;

"::3* ijgbthis wife and family became alarm- boom it would indicate that the deceased this Important position means that Wet|, for ndlan Springs, Georgia, and other Company will leave, for has her resigned home her in position, apd Old residents on the East Side whose

d and telephoned to this city In. had made an effort to save hi. Palm Beach I tT) to lose! him flme\ rraGent, northern points He will be away for the first of August. Her Georgia on homes front on (the ocean besfcb: merits .,
er eatlgation was at once made., and a purchase and It 1s thought that j.q.!!! and will in f future not {he able\ |o plaint! I 1 several weeks, beeu successor that the nigh tide level has been 10... red .

4 'report reached town Tuesday morning clung to the boat until)Jiis strength gavgou't Ills aa a valued, citUen. Mr. and Mia." Mr*. Helen -W. Lyon, of''New York\ appointed. r f ollx:: four feet They attribute this

v y o Ihafa boat had drjne4 on shore about -:-or, el;,e. attempted to swim to shore lipitler camp bere':, a little over eight* City, Is (the guest of'' her brother.. Mr. \V.H The public administrator in New York phenomenon to the volcanic eruptions )

y +- .H"t(-ee wile|| below the gingham place but could noireavb U. )ye>raagb'' from Michigan, and have seen DaOamara. She will spend several City wants to kaq"1.bereabcuta' of and disturbances In Martinique and St.

ftO.ttalibottom aide up. This information The,Cody was broUght here Wednesday W $".Palm! Beach enlarge its bounddfrUjUfliU' ,weeks in West Palm: Beacb. James Redmond, brother of Michael Vincent.It .

gave the first Intimation that a possible<: '.afternoon, and the funer4.looplaty' ( prevent satisfactory: proportioi jf Miss. Margaret Clow left yesterdayofeainJftJtrttrclong Redmond, who died in that city July 13. Is said that in the coming "
as M1's fatality bad ocoared A.aeaechlogparly Uefng.thern/ur'r"iittK theplouecra! uf tool leaving '27.000 ,Il is the- snpuoai- municipal:
pndaiskdua-4w, g ; journey'toMinneapolis ejection
19"I't1ao. r< flof I tlou thai(th .l U rl1-olda( s i f there will be not less ban five
proceeded down the take, but uo trace J; B. M'cGw.JeT& Co., Rpv S. I>. tills famous city, they, have 'naturally ; Minn., where she will visit lela. I candidate. for th-office of City Marshal, l

eould be found of the niiasing man. On Paine pastor of the Union Congregation' mod* a hosi pf friends, who join. ln the lives for five or six months. There was no meeting of the Town However. G. PeBrrry's friends feel
the boom +of the boat tlTere tied 'II heartiest Council last Tuesday" evening, there'' net
was al' Church officiating. Tbe remains congratulations though t< get The many; friends ot !Mr. Tony Lopes confident that hla services in the past
packeage containing butter and ome linn at the time that the being a quorum of members
same present
t, ware Interred In Lake View Cemetery.This plea..tlIoclal are glad to welcome, him back from entitle him to a renewal of the confidence
other small articles local relations will )be Messrs. George W. Potter and AldermenLautber
purchawed at a terminated
sad event has cast a deep gloom by New York City, where be has been of the electors.
store' The Lake was dragged reason of their removal Miami. and peer were the only memo
grocery; over Lantana and has brought to
sorrow spend! ug the Pant two months, Mayor Burkhardt held
{in the vicinity of where the boat waa the home of friends in this Mr. Spilzer has realised his position{ bers of the Council there police court
many \Mr. Emit! left last Saturday, when colored
Koch Monday morning a man and
found but without result. wbere the deceased was well and 'popu-. loathe local banking hytitutlont the reHo Mr. L. W. Maisott. of the\ Royal colored
for Kobe Sound to complete tbe woman appeared before him for
ly Wednesday morning another lar'knowrj.-having for some time been Ignstion to go effectbefore'. \ August for cocBlructioit Puiuciaua staff, PuTui \Peach, has opened using profane
Mr C. FlIamer: of of language. They
one were
: report reached here that the body had agent at Lantana. for the Florida East /tjth\ He will, before proc cdtiig to Mr, Joseph Jefferson's tbe Kent and Waldmere" at Lakewuod, residents of 'the West Enct Their brief
Miami visit friends. In Michigan, and cottages. I N.. Y-t Ol Chautauqua Lake Families
been, found on, the shore! of a Qea.llVQlapiI.opie Coast Railway, lie la survived by a Interview with Ilia Worship cost them
-distance below Binghatn's.Coroner wife and one child aud a sorrowing does not Intend< to return South till October Prof P. II- Rolfs, of the Government, are arriving! rapidly, and the bookingsassure 3 eachand, coats

Haight waa informed of this mother. : or November. His successor has Experimental Station IIt'Mlaml, passed a busy season.-Tilut>vlle! Advo- '

not yet been appointed, but it la more hroujfh town Tuesday morning, en Great all ceas has attended the visit of .

T than likely that Mr. p. A. I\fufteld will route to New Smyrna; on official busi cate.The State Democratic Executive: C< Mr. J. F. Audis, of DeLand, who 1'as. :.,
A RECEPTION TO THIEF UR01ElU\ .- ttu been amending a week here in the interest .
be promoted to the vacancy. The choice ness. mlttee met in seen a In Jacksonville i

IION. R. HUDSON BURR AND MADE\ HIS ESCAPE would certainly prove popular. Mr. aad Mr. Guy Metcalf and cbilIren yesterday It was attended by J. A has nf made Stetson arrangements University for the Mr. attend-AIM a, |

-e--__ left town Wednesday morning for McDonald, ol West Palm Beach, and B.
a ce ut University when the Fall
'AI the Horns of Mr. and sire duyNet.; oloMd Prisoner Arrested FOP Theft D N In Trouble Indian Springs, Ga., whete they will l B, Tatum and W. A Filer, of'Miami ,
Again. trm. hrxii a la October of no less than,
eair Last Saturday! : EveningMany parted in the Dead of Night Without enjoy a vacation lasting for more than whe\ 'left for Jacksonville Wedu.a Cromar and\ Evan, the two a ven pupils Irom West'Palm Beach. He.
Boynton '
Extended. Taking Formal Leave. six week. q.Clrlllol(. '
men who figured in, a domestic scandal: baa been spending the last I two days yin

1 a few weeks are again In trouble. Mrsv Parriab 1\ sister pf lure, Will Oar. Tbe Jacksonville Mttropolls of Fridaylast Miami on the same mission, and expect

r Last Saturday evening; the people of For several weeks past, petty thefts of They came to ago town last Friday, and dur ier( arrived in Mmml from Weat Palm ,'Bays "J. H. 511 pb..n., as notary to kecwe several pupils from that city
West Palm Beach had an opportunity of clothing and small articles have taken assist public, united in marriage
eacb.Monday night to at.
Iri nursing 4 p.'m
ing the afternoon tinned one'of, the bar During the past .w..e'k no 1 less than
paying their respects and offering congratulations pJacetrom' stores of Max Slrktn and little Ruben* during his convalescence.Miami yesterday, in a room at the Duval Hotel

to Hon. .R. Hudson Burr, Carl Schrebnlck; on l arclasys'streets rooms QP Banyan street. After 'fewrounds Metropolis. Mr. Archie H. McNa/y und MJsa Mollie nine new applications have been reedyed -

jrbi>: heads the Hat In the primaries fps Saturday nigh, a 'pa r of pants was they became rather hilarious, L. hough, of West P"lm Reach. for membership In the Utopia Club
Railroad'\ 'Commissioner and Cromar (flourished a large revolver The yeunir ladies of the LeI Feei'd They At the present tune the list of actual
of tbe of stolen from
.State Sirkin's, and the theft was wer.- en route \o U'cbig'a.n' ,"
i.. Florida.Mr. traced before the crowd. He waa takers in I' Aignille' and; thel'genUeQ.en, friends members, with those who have applies.lionapreaentedtotalaconskl.rably -
to a negro who bad visited the
tore charge: by. Marshal DeBerry, and Saturday were treated to a delightful moonlight Posters were Umied last week, calling; over
Burr arrived the Florida early .t In the afternoon. Marshal
on East afternoon Judge Saunders held sail on Lake Worth last Friday evening a'meeting\ of the",local FU !publicans forthe the limited memberships-allowed. k>y the

Coast Express from Jacksonville at 8:16: und DeBerry promptly locked. him ID Jill, court, when be fined Cromar $too, the by Captain Holmes, whose guests they\ avowed. purpose of dom llatlal({ candidates constitution, which! la forty. There I....
and was escorted party of bla ad. sometime during Sunday night the
; by ; minimum penalty, and the prisoner also were, on the "Papoose.' for Ibe Fall election. It is understood talk among tbe Club membeis 08 thepossibility
a mlreyato the bome of4frGuy I. Met- prisoner effected: an escape, for on Mon '
had to | for the of the that no nominations will be of amend _
to the
pay 35 having Confttltmlon
calf Dxtura street. During tbe evening; day'morning-, when visiting .the jail, recovery ty\ >. Suiter J-. :J On the bondsmen
by tbe
Sunday, Increasing ,
there were many callers, including ley* Marshal DeBerry: found the bare bad ben{ Evans[ who la held under: penalty fpr way. to fifty.
eral of the piojnlnentJbuslnens" and professional been removed (from one of tbe windows. the Xeamlagton. Mr Ix>wry editor
t shooing! Crqruar! became auspicious Jhatbe The Florida Building and Supply The Lake} Worth Band has
been invitedto
It quite evident from the of the' Southern
men of West Palm Beach, at was. way |he manager Pythian, .
intended to leave tbe and Company, of Jacksonville, ... .1.1to take in
country announce part the Miami jubilee celebiation
1 work was done That tile bad published in the interest ot the Knights
J Me. Mefeetf'g bowie, and most cprcllgj prisoner
had him placed nuder arrest cancelling that, ..ltboll&1e factories have
Monday and lasting until
and "sfncefe 11erA -the.; congratulations hid the assistance of one or more pall, of Pythian; at Tamp'CJtr. I Thursdayof
tbe bonds Evans taken notified them of advance la
was to the an tbe price next week. The Band has been
tendered successful who were also in Mrs. prac
the( candidate whose probably Implicated and Sidney
Vlrglnius Cox- .
jail at Miami and unless he : of mantels will
county can \ they not Increase tbeir timing rightly in preparation for the
phenomenal ran' has been tbe greatest 'thieving operations ester are happily located in the McDon
net bondsmen he The Florida I
secure will have to prices: Building and Supply trip, and has also been exercising-
political sensation of the campaign just 'Whoever they were, they managed to aid cottage near tbe Bay:- toy Coxetter
languish behind the bars till Circuit Company are nicely: fixed up In their march movements. Professor Kaufif-
Closed. make their emit from own and probably I. of the Everglade( produce
Company t
Court convene. Ipff new quarters, No. 114 Main street. This man will be in charge, with Conrad W.
llrs. Metcalf, served ,dainty refreshments will not De seen here.. .sgaln bpd although he \has: been in Miami 'but firm baa made much headway since Scbmid business
e aa The or.
and IC4iS, ,aad did much to.make ---... .- a i shot time bat made many friends to and has manager. ;
going Jacksonville furnished ganlaation will leave ,
on Sunday
the Informal reception a fpr the P-h.mlll. tare. .He and bis bride
very pleasant A Prosperous!>> | ot1get| accomplished i|i a large amourt of buUdiug material for ; and will no doubt do credit to them.selves '
and enjoyableevenU Not the least enjoyable : Last M .niiay morning,. Mr. B. M. are warmly welcomed to Miami's aacley. : the and
feature of .tb. There waa a' notable gath.etIng of r tbe well known !Miami\. l new Jacksonville for several and to their home town. r
: th, eyenjnf,( w.. Potter, bicycle dealer, -Metropolis.Last towns along tbe East Caaat. I "
rendition'of several> selection)) Qdd Fellows at Jhe regular meeting of left for a trip to the Bahama Islaid: the I A meeting of the Executive Committee :,.

by the Lake Wort -.Qlee Club They hike Worth Lodge held last evening with Capt. U. D. Hendrlckson, on tbe .Friday afternoon home of Dr. J. E Miller has returned to town of the Utopia Club was held la tbe

delighted all those present with their ThrpugU the efforts of 'tbe energetic euxllllary Emily B." They were, accompanied Mr"< Moffatf, on"Clematla avenue, was from Jensen, where be baa been engaged office of ChilUngworth & Currie Wednesday
arid be scene of merry childish' laughter for tbe last few months his pineapple
enterprising ofQcers of Lake Worth : by Mr. W. Blackmer of i on evening. Two permanent coma ;
sweet niuslQMn > Lodge, there have'.durlngthe-iast lew The b.q proceeded down Del-I the | and<<, sport. About twenty-flvr of the I plantation recently purchased: near that nt-itteea were .appointed, namely, tbe '-
Burr remained la town ray.
over Sun.day i. weeks been a great many addition.made / IUd cunaFMo Miamiwhere It'' little Merylof Miss Gladys Moflatt bad I town. Dr. Miller took off a large( crop house committee and tbe<<\ finance: com
and left that <
eyealugfor to the membership roll. ''Last' cleared assembled\ In honor of their little play. of pines, on which he realised very good mlttee. Mr. M. U. Gruber is chairmanof
on Wednesday and
He returned north.on Wednesday mtrning night leas the party mate's eighth birthday. Many amusinggames prices, and baa since: then purt'hased tbe house
no than fifteen candidates re. pope to reach the Bahamas the end I ana committee, and be has associated
going through* on, the Florida East celved the initiatory degree which Of the week. were enjoyed in the yard, until'a ; ltloaa'' twenty-five acres on the St. with him Messrs. Glen G.
Coast Express to Join hla wife and family brings i| beavyehower: drove the frollcera indoors Lucie river, of which be will
; the total' membership at the pre. Captain Hendrickson will bring hack part put Strohin, Joseph W. Sanders and C. C.
i In Georgia. sent time to sixty-five. After business him where Miss Mabel Lett and Miss out in additional pineapples and citrus ChilUngworth. The finance committee
with a boat load of slips.
Mr. Burr who spoke modestly of' his had: been .concluded, an informal pineapple Grace foffatt took the children la'' fruit tre,"".. H* Is enthusiastic on the baa for its chairman Mr. G. Q. Currie'

success, "was 'greatly pleased s.t the luncheon charge and planned the anfnsetnents for fruit on this portion of theKast with
4 wa enjoyed by tbe large -- ; I prospects Messrs. W H. SpiUer and George
warmth and cordiality of th.Y reception number present, followed by; speechesby Pineapple Slip 1 For 5ale. the J guests. After dainty rtfrUbQJeotabad Cotst. and will devote tbe summer W. Lainhtrt aa'the other members. The
b" received at the, bands of his Like 'For Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne been a'ni4. tbe-irfclldren months
(the officers and those newly received departed to attending to his plantation, house committee was authorized to
Worth friends. bake Queen and, Fernatubuco 'Plneappljf fqr t their bonies. tbeit'.lIlaglaoeli bear. paying attention to bis
into the!! Order, professional bus make out a Hat of furniture needed to

$ -c--,.+--- Slips address," 6. M. PirfCTltii, ]lag evidence ol the the they bad bad. luess in this city daring the winter.. Fie equip the new Club rooms when ready ;

KNOX HATS-d ud of the world EpWl ;*'CLAPS: SHOES, f and JTJS 6t Wejit .f Ittnt .flench, Fla. and they all united in wishing Mlaa baa rented a suite of rooms In the Jefferson I for' occupancy: and this committee will
_t AuONVS'Baoat. '* #100-fi ci4'uta e-at*'4WrIQNV'p' MANHATTAN---; --SBIRT8-A.1'BOIfY'.er- ---- .. .ladys many,.tuoTe such happy bullydays block, sad ban thia week opened ,'submit a report to the executive committee .- *"

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;:',.:,i TROPICAL SUN. HE ROSE UP UK5; SAMSON. Now that the Taliftferro faction When"xou AGE"on Sed
} One ot the surprises of the Demo- has been downed In Duval county

""'i":" i;" \lII")). Plaa..rpaper of Dftde County Florid. ratio primary Tuesday was the the Times-Union and Citizen In trying Rustle 5 5 a tool, you can be ia'j j l

''I':'! r', ,, strength developed by R.U.. Burr, of to create. the lmr>rpntilon\ that! the 5- sure His. ALL RIGHT -

','. TROPICAL SUN PUBUSHUIO COMPANY Dade county, for Railroad Commiioner. .*- junior Senntor was n'itq| n factor In the Money We, would be glad

HARRY L. BROWN MANAOKR.MBUHKO A man unknown until the the cnn $t. lIe ongllt; t not -.t t hairs, Df. MILLER,.the, Dentist, 'l:; ::.- to show you the
-. lest to of beep', and be bus only bis fends f J.i '; ,'' oJ. ; '' : '
the :
SVBRY FHIPAVf, general election politics : "in making an extraordinary ; 't.'; IRON
{ ..4 AT WIST PALM mlAOH DADA OOUHTV.I-LOWIDA' Florida risen up from the Eaat Coast! blame for the result Thi C'npit-: "' "
bad ,
b, ,< ,- action' and come. fortbljke damson 'which, by thejivay/urBfeFowned( ) Mr. fer to aU) people.with \ l, : Wheel HoesCultivators

SUBSCRIPTION PRiCe $2.00 A YEAR.! o( o4! .and slays Ilia opponents right Callintarro' with the title (.r. 'oui !>\III-! SEE HIM -- .\, ;

In tr ia,Sena tor"-has the greatest; t..ftd.- uzORE. l; J, "
KnUred at the pmtafflc* or West P.lm Beech and left. This strength:, _Is the more I character HAVING + And. other Iron; Aga
'. a. .eeond-clauputter. apparent from this!' fact thaj) many minition for that Rentlenaan's: .YOURWORK .: TooU: *
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: :: were Iuiliaerlbo snicke at his. candidacjfwhen. and capacity, but* we,,could
I;;' 'kCM\ FRIDAY. JUL.Y 20, 10O9. Brat suggested. Who l I" hardly nn/aa much\ \ for aomVot 1 the DONE ,

thin(. Burr? ". was repeatedly asked! poilt.lcl" who are.-oerbnpserron' i Room 32, ,Jefferson*Block Florida. 'Price--Way. Down Quality-Way Up

;i$:}t On the dispensary question Lake with a humorous and ,insignificantsmile. /: IlIr'8f1J, : !pAsed!Z 1 to stand chiiae'to West Palm duel '

." ,." ,' county voted 138 yeasand 401 nays Mr. Burr was a -member of ham 1 -Tallaheaeax! Hp1! 1.I1. '; "Wlidlesale nil '

d : 'I I Another nail in the coffin' of the dispensary. the; last e: House of Representatives, -.'. HATCHETT Retailor Uf llARBVV.

'. 1'1'a{ __ __ and be made no personal cagvake'", of We helievg the pfjmary; as carried ,

1 ."\'; ''i i', this'StottJ during;the recent campaign : out tills'week'will! be: satisfactory: to W est. D1MICK B11Oi:1\; : ----, --

.'" .:. ::,(; Lake Helen polled tout votes at the< but ha vigorously* appealed to the the people. of 'the county. A,/great .. Proprietor
.':If '. Ih, \ primary election held Tuesday. For voters through/: this: newspapers' end! deal pf stress has been pluced'on the 51111111111,11111/91111111fl1G11111111111iN1111111,9911111" ," "/ " "" ,;" " '" "111111I111i11111" " ,

%" ,, Railroad Commissioner Mr. Burr received this. eleetioui'tode-
\ his. platform of principles was so managemeotol PalmBeach
? hY. four.-DeLand Record. well framed and, much tothe'polnt! cde( whether' the primary system The. LatestCreation
that it carried conviction- the would be more satisfactory th-itr tho -
'' ';J' In referring' to the magnificent; vie, reader evidenced by the remarkable convention. One thing is very certain = ------""....----"' ---"'------.... < Y'
.i'' tory scored by lion. Hudson Burr vote he received. ., the primary plan costal the IIl.n- DrugStore

I, +h'';', ,$( C:.. for Railroad Commissioner, the Mr. Burr is, we understand, a fruit didate more than the .convention, .Ar
1t '. &: Jacksonville Metropolis says: "The grower; and a farmer-a trucker- 'and it causes him to hustle about .-- 350 PATTERNS 35Q.

;,. strength developed Burr la the and he knows the wants of the farming more among; the people.)! The extra -

i"i"d! r.;;a wonder of the decade." classes as well as any man In the cost to candidates is to be regretted: .--D1U''SR8IN-; For Suits'' and Trousers

r State. This knowledge h'aa come to especially as' ill prevents many, food!: '

.;'", .,;M The -Oca'la Daily Banner recently him through: personal experience, men from running for positions that Drugs, Toilet Articles Have Just f Arrived

,' issuwl a special trade edition describing and his method of remedy Is practl are not rUDuneratlvelIu\'b aa county ..
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In detail the advantages of ally endorsed by the Democratic voters commitiaioner and. member of Fine Stationery( a oDrugglsi's == -

Whit Springs; Fla. Editor Frank of. the State,. and no man_ ever school board THusvjlle Star. .
f Harris I is to be complimented on had greater cause for happiness politically Sundries ; Feather: Weight x

I ;' : the work, for it is well done. than Mr: Burr.-Jackson + Pleased With tho Primary. E' Negligee.ShIrts .

ville. Metropolis. Hon. A. T. Wllliauii, chairman of the PrescrlptlonsCarefiilly Compounded ....
j;,. The State press generally; will join k. j State Democratic Executive CotuinUtee, Ktitfl Coast\ PALM Business REACH For Hot Weather. Wear
P t" in sincere condolence" with Mr. and In an interview with a Jacksonville
THE. PRIMARY A SUCCESS. == -----------------------------
Jack representative said that the
Mrs. Thomas T. Stockton of Metropolis --
i' aonville in the death, of >heir only; Nearly Avery< newspaper in the primaries all nnr.Florida'. had given E To keep\! cool these hot July days is to wear the light-

i son, Winborn Stockton, aged; 22 State agrees/: that the primary bos general,satisfaction, and that a heavie A C. Dittmar, == eat weight apparel-that is why we suggest these a I

t whose c&eath> occured oTu4aday proved a success, though; there are vote than was expected: was cast. Mr == Featherweight! Negligee Shirts, made from the light. a I
years, many Imperfections to be removed Williams believes that the opposition to DKAI.ICR )IrfIloujfl est weight possible Madras and Percale. .' ,

last. The, Pensacola Journal says : the prlmary.item will'DOW melt into There is no occasion to be surprised at the excellent -' "' E!

The result of the primary election insignificance. and- == qualities we give at $1 and 125. .
The Democrats of Florida .are to is certainly a sockdologer to The State Executive Committee bUI == 5'Ask to see our 75 'cent Shirt, 'if-!,<,;

be congratulated ) their seleclio machine la Florida. In the done a splendid. work in the campaign, :: ___ --E:: !
,;' of Judge William A. Cocker!. for Justice politics and has been perfectly 'fair in Its'conduct Dressed: liutnbef,. -
Vast majority/ of cases the machin / sTlHii EiT }viANrMen's ,
of the Supreme: Court. He is 0 and of this work. > 'g
&1' candidate got set down on,, lIet '
tlitf S'ate cal l
} 5 man of sterling; ability and zeal, amA < One thing embodied .
? ....
'Ind.. down on hard, too. Where he did< been understood, are. == Outfitter .
: l will serve the people faithfully ha not generally Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, w
f, ,I-,' ;'. well. not, It simply demonstrates that the that is that (the State Executive Committee S; Merchant Tailor Gruber Block, West Palm Beach. .
people like to be ruled by a machine, shall meet in Jacksonville on the

,.' The DeFunlak I Breeze thinks that and if a majority of them prefer It, 34th of this month to decide I who, sb.al I Mouldings. Brick/ ;Lime ;7/11111U1UIUIUIUIUIUIUIUUMUIUiUUJ1ua11iU1111111/lllilll?J '1 &' ' '1 1( /" '

considered that is their privilege. In any event, bet placed on the ticket as nominee .
to be -
Burr's election ought
a monument to the use of print the result of Florida's first! primary : Chairman Williams wishes {to call alien' and BuIlder| ,' ffardfanF'JRTplERCE .
; Justifies the assertion that the instltutioo ; lion to the following this regatd:
er's ink. It was certainly the result ..
I" "The pemocratlp County :
and the
has come to stay, .
I Ink and
j, of a liberar iDae-of printer's Committee of the parlous counties shall, +
that vill hereafter
only changes >
,', an example/ which candidates of tbe made1n nature of, at noon on jthe) sixth day after aucb primary : ItUUKllAUDT'S w..t Palm Beach, July *,.]90J: u,
ba the
it, will (In "
future well emulate to advan soonerf are 'in "
may or the returns l,
improvements for a. moro cpmplet koRORoKoltostoetostoRoeto.toRoa IF YOU ARE GOING ON A ,
"5 Cage; And Burr withal probabl meet at the county court house and.publicly .

fi epent less money than any....ot.. themPensacola and harmonious" exercise of Its various uyasB the returns and ji.cl lare so :PICNIC_ FISHING,' HUNTING 's
fund Ions.
\W. ', Journal what candidates bare been llantar.I Y : a '
--;--- I by mAjority vole fjor ,ach couny oe, 'p ? ,. CAMPING PARTY

That it to advertise, even in The t'ompany, It instated, and In what such cases a second primary I 0 Ours |'II the store that can Stook your Hamper with
pays will\ have to be held, and that the chairman .
i politics, is evidenced by the number has voluntarily Increased, wages 01 House Built ? ( : : ..
t all its employees except porters. It and secretary of said ,committees, oO GQ94 P hing f tg ]f$ \ .
of votes Hon. JJ. Hudson Burr se- within two days thereafter, ball certify Boneless Chicken paned Turkey
k .. eured'throughout the State In the recent I is stated, not as a Joke but a cold to the chairman of the State Executive; I- Lunch Tongues. Sliced Dried Beer .

Si, I primary for Railroad Com misr fact, that os a rule the porters' //llIIt: Commute and to the members of the Tubs J J. GRIER, f fo Vienna Buunugo Cervelat Sausage; ,

aioner. Practically unknown in FlorIda more pay, through; tips. ,* than' the State Executive Committee from their Potted Ham Potted Chicken .

i 1 politicK, Mr. Burr entered thrace conductors. How long will the traveling respective counties, the result of Bald :I Russian Caviar Chicken TamaliesHelns ,,"-
Contractorand Cured Hams linked Beans
extra ir in their ;
contiuue election respective
public Fo pay
/ single-handed, depending" on the primary Clam Chowder Cream Cheese J.
alone to reach the tips for services. which It! has a. right counties "showing the result in ench Jam '
newspapers peo- Strawberry Cnrrant..Jelly j
ple. Last Tuesday's vote shows the to expect the company to furnish asa precinct and shall also certify to the Builder Delicious Cookies. Sweet Pickles ., '. "Ji;
chairman of the Congressional Committees : .... ;,
l'esult.-DeSoto County News. part 'of its transportation con candidate o :c In fact) everything I. to make your outing delightful success., ; : ", "
such result aa to the for ,
tractl-Savannah::! News. o Is prepared to fill your order c
member of Congress, workmanlike ,
Notwithstanding general supposition solldated returns from the varlpus! popn; promptly. and o L. w. BT7RKHAKDT '

{that nearly all of the available Bricklayers, who have always regarded ties the State Exrcutiva: Committee y manner. stlinatee: ) furnished! If will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books ;

dl lands la the State::! are in the themselves one class 01 shall, at 10 o'clock on the 24th day of *f construction work of : ...'..to"v "' -
meet in the city of Jacksonville on every' ".,, \' "
S hands of private! owners and corporations skilled workmen who need: never fear July, 1903 '_ ,
S. and decide and declare what candtd"ates Jf description.. j J I
there is still a 'vast domain the'lntrodolt.\onof\ labor-saving ma. :: '--. JI.i .
nominated UnitedStates K : ,
have been for 2I ; :
the imd l ihinery to replace them, will be Inter ww. w- ;- )
.owned by government! open ji Senator and State offices by maJority t o Do You Want a ,
y to settlement by entry. According ested In the announcement made by vote, and in what such cases If I West Palm Beach Florida jj jjo -.i-- 9We '..;", ,,'.
r,. ;, ito Gainesville Sun, which is In a the State Department that a bricklaying any a second primary is necessary; ,0 We have none them on hnnii to Sell toaolt a..d,..If.can we build ha.. ',q:,J1..'"

position to know, as the Unite machine has at last: henn In- The decision aa to eanvftssan rulings olaa7solsotaoi.otsolaot.olaoteoaokoaiiforni Just what! you wa..t. ..;it';
k' States land office is located in that vented. The machine, worked by of the county committee shall b* dual) :
also ?
town, there are yet 1,400,000 acres two men and a lad will lay 400 to a* to county candidates<< including memo --- -- are Prepared ;' a1' \
+ p of land in Florida subject to entry. 600 bricks per honr\: Poor and win- bers of 'the Legislature, before such ---' To Furnish| .. ", :". :; R.:...AIM.....

.' dow only a slight delay, primary." $64.70 +
cause Pumping Outfits for Irrigation
: ,
-- ;
,t ,
The large vote received by R. Hut The machine in suited for all plain
son Burr for Railroad Commissioner work, such as walls, sheds, milla" factories fiotlff' to Elector -TO- Write or call oooa' for Anything in 't''"4iur,
Our Line that you need.MerrillStevens : "';
throughout; the State, electing him rows ol cottages, piers o' Registration book will be open at the '''''"Mot'

on the, first ballot.'Oeraonetrates beyond bridges' etc. ConsLcIeraUu' pressure court house in Miami August 4th, and ) and ReturnL.&N. Engineering Co.Y: =:,:

j ;, .question the benefits of udver is put on the bricks, and >tis' claime will\ be kept open Mondays, Tuesdays -. "

tieing. Mr. Burr announced bill candidacy that the work ,is more. rullJ' done and Wednesday. for four week during V14 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville ,::.' '

and platform through the than by band), Th machine will do 4.UgU8t.Plstf ewes P.O!'lIaTO. Marine ':'
ict registration officers, will open } Railways> ;.
: : f press of the State generally, and although the work of nix or seven skilled brick] books two day in each week In each .. .. R. R..

I a comparatively obscure layer district from Monday, September .. :................... .............,...,.!........!!!
man, received by far the highest: vote f st, 1902, until Saturday, October fftb, S
of ROY candidate for the office for Let the sin.few more duoh I joa, for the registration of new voter} : HaylyFurnlslieJThfoughom.Commercial, .. s.te.:1.60 P.. Day .
Flr t..claall Round Trip.icketa from .elal ....
gat. U
by oe ponth :
candidate. Lees burg A. T, C> TK .. e p
i which he was a victories as the one reported from Jacksonville on sale August fto 1I- cor: a.- .
Commercial. Monafltir, and we shall forget the 'Supervisor of Registration. pade Co responding! rates Ironi, other point.Icketu : TI1E. .
Larking, Fla., July I9th, ". J
kidnapping of,, Miss Stone and give good going ,one rflate. and, returning .

cl, Two gentlemen; who are in the city our unqualified sympathy to the I another i favorable /atopoverarrangements. i: Hotel l.iCLEMATIS

from Connecticut, investigating )(IW.e onlllnll. Impartial observers To Oet Rid of the Mo qulto. : Final limit September

'' Florida in the summer time, espre.1'r !' are of the opinion that there is not New Jersey may" adoptnovel means join.. Round trip rates_ to several points L' AVENUE, NEAR JEFFERSON 8LOC|$. I:" 5
a great; deal of astonishment, and delight much choice between the different) to get rid( of the mosquito according to i and Northwest.For _,
_. what They peoples of southeastern Europe and a dispatch from Trenton in that State. ,West : C. W. SOHMID ProprietorSpecial '
!, \ at they seeShere. (information n, address, Z
r{ }f were prepared to be roa'ted alive by, western Asia in point of ferocity, Prof. John B. Smith* State entomologist M. FLEMING : ;. .... .. '
J. ,
ha written to Howard P. Froth-
k' the heat, eaten alive by mosquitoes But bad oMlie Macedoniuns may be. ingbam presidentof the flab and Game Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. R. R. :-- Attention to All Rooms'Lighted : i

.S i:''. poisoned by snakes, and killed by the nature of the Baebl-Bazouk and Commission asking permission! to (till Jacksonville. Fla.: Jg1 : >. Travelling Men With GasTHE : !
," impure water. They find here the of f the"unspsnkubjeTurk" is sufficiently certain: bird known to destroyjtr to eat J

; l"'r, purest and mostpalatable water they : well'.known to cause credence the pesky insect. Hi object I la to :. Free Sample Room t -" ',1

1 .,'r", have. ever need ; a mild,,, delightful in this latest story The tale is that a acertain the relative rank of the various SPRODL'S .EXPRESS .seese-\1\........................e....................I. '
f climate, no heat, no mosquitoes and they screened l their front.,.with! the bide a* mcsquito I killer. The

i.;' 811 for IOna keR they have not yet In- Macedonian women and children,and Town Improvement Association of
'S : :" rtmtlgated. the curio shops and BO, under this cover stormed! the position Summit wants to secure a sufficient Furnituremoved, Baggage TR1-\VaLBRS I
transferred and
quantity of top minnow jo( place in tenandi general
Imngined of the rebels while their '
ear ':s: of course, have Been none. They captives draylng done at ,
r ; ., :.:" that everything would have fell under the; fire of their hus- to destrdy the larvae of mosqul- '
: toe contained on the surface of, pond ratee.TwoSeated. NEW MANAGEMENT_. ,
the of being burned and lands and fathers. It ,is b'ut a new
S 1\ < appearance ,The State has authorized the expenditure Carriage MRS. N.
to find proof that Europe's housecleaning F. GARCIA, Prop'r Jacksonville Fla. -
and delighted _
j-: dried up. are ; of jllocoo to find mean of destroying ,
i the fresh green appearance of the 'foliage. has been too long delayed. Tolerance the mosquito. The. novel requests Or Single Buggy o

,. '' Visitors are always im pressed of the Turk will end In spite will corn np before the Flab and QameCommlalonen For hire by hour or day. Electric,tights, Electric Bells,,Baths, Cnmplete Serrie ...j'; ,

1 (probably/ with this part of Florida diplomacy. before the o'J laWeraUoo.t in a few dy for eon. Leavp" order ag JfanJlU house The Best 2.00 feer.day; Hotel in Florida. -
e&uturlemucbolder. { .
y Orlando Record. 'Ju.U 'fa k e car at the Union Depot.nd uk the Conductor to ste at the Travelers. 131I .

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',DEM RATICfictony.\ and i tyranny system grow Inevitably out of-tnproconsular < GEMS IN VERSE.When We Would Remind Our: Friends 'and; Patrons that Our

-.-. -
U la written that "evil Inventions return ---"
N, ,', "'*1r''t to plague the inventors" and the -
We> Lay Oar Delta Awe..
Policy Which Will Secure United corruption', Injustice' and tyranny What /Is It, doer huiirtt. "Too big for Great Clearing Sale ofHARDWA'RE'
which indict the dolls'"' "
we npoii Filipinos by
...... Action and $ucc.ul.: ', -our proconsular government) Will at Is thit wharthe. wine folk;nay? '
You "must sayrfooab to )'Childhood I AND FURNITURE f
last uo practiced uponour 4lvel. 'Ve are friends. ', ,
toe-crab-'backward. .,, .... '
'progressing like For 'you're twelve years told today'' ...
--. '
w CHAMP OX.AEK PEE3EHTS: HIS VIEW Already one of our military antrapi The dear little lady with flaxen hair, NOW SWING Y
ulllpptncs/ aald"tle"oon..UtuUon. And the dnrllnr'with black eye ,bright IS IN FULL
Int e baa "
hhh 4 a rit 7 -T--T---r: ., ,' "' .nd-du..t. of nil-the "ras-sredjr+" .

Tartar, T..II"' and rin....e Ar*> Jm_ .uso to dlacuas. U plnyed It," out' Another There bas Is declared no Must be. hidden away, from, 1 alglltT i Why not take advantage of such splendid. bargains as we are now'

k portut Q..UO., bog the Pr.._ thnt men have beau sent topt Ah. dear little girl, I know :I know, x offering in our stores P e

r ,,erratic of: Fre. 00",0". ion In the Philippines for such .t. : Ton the ,very-saddest day .'/ Jo- I
'r lathe day that comes to,us, one and ftl)*.. t
hadowa All Other !.... "Down terancea aa those of' FrofeBHor Schur-- Whonwe layout' doll awayr .' 11 M. E. GRUBER

With Jlna-:<' .:?........" la ,the Crrv'.Champ man In bis Boston speech The,beautIful doll 6t InnooenoB, "' >'t", ,,
And the sturdy doll oalled Truth, .
Yet another has pronounced the tied, ,
d ,. Clark, .member of 'congress And, saddest ot all, the "rairgedy doll" = -
/laratlon of' Independence( ; a "dn nned The unquestioning faith ot youthITIorenos !' I' i
from Mluourl. '''COntributed- followJng -. Incoudlai'y document" which 18, 'precisely ""- ,\A. Jones In,Home MaaasJne. Geo. S. Hacker & Son'MANUFAC'I'UB.BRS .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVAAAA' 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,

/ 'paper,to'' the New, York Journal In i the opinion X>f It entertained by VJ ?, '' -i_r ;r- "' i v>,mt' rThy ..

-.,to 'Ui9 query "How cau' the George III. and Lord North., Will D. Dove ,...""' W. JIEIM. W. BHOADWELL, M. D., Physician. and Burgeon .

,.. &atlo party win'"' 1 Considered for military purposes) the Not In dumb'resignation ," J I Registered Pharmacist,office In Dru Store: \

,.The; vital j issue before {he.Americana Philippines would be a source of.Veak- We lift our hands on bight *v j I
J ot like then rvelen !stalls&. "
M people Is this1: "What shnll bo our permanent ness, lust as they were to Spain. Were Content to trust and die COTTAGE CITY .PHARMACY. .
policy t In the Philippines\ '* we engaged In a'war wltb a great\ Our: faith springs like the eagle 9

It goes. to the root'of our Institutions. '' power, a* we at any time may bo, the That soars to meet the sun 11 HIM, &,BItOAf>WKLL.proprietors. : .
And; ones exulting: unto thee
'''At grci"'quoHtlon was'n.r'er debuted //Philippines would be the place of' nt- "O lord, thy will be done I" / '
among men, for;:upon'' Its proper determination J knd, we would be compelled tlo II IIse ,
d depends the perpetuity of the our'fighting T.OOO miles from our bnauof When tyrant. foefare trampling '.:'
Upon the common weal -
/republic. x supplies which would place us nt a Thoudost' not bid us cringe and] writhe '
The tarlft','trust., finance; buildIng' 'treat disadvantage, doubling the cost t ;Beneath the Iron peek Dealers .in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals.

the Isthmian canaj} and economy In the and quadrupling tbe chances of defent. In thy name we, assert our rlsrhte" ;

public exp.uie: are all Important quee.alone Why should we run such desperate I With swor'd and tongue and pan, 1.I t' ,
And e'en the headsman's flashThy I
pressing ,for"'solution"but farreaching risks when we have all to loan and absolutely may OF A PULL. LINE OK-,.
'. message! .! unto men '
and nrgen as they) are they nothtng to gala t Doors, Sash, Perfumes, Rubber Goods :
Thy will It bids the weak be ,
of The basic principle of republics, "gov atronc;
"J0 nowlae Involve the'eslatene<>; tree I
tbelr from i. It bids the strong be Just; I Blinds; :Mouldings Toilet Articles and
government. --, ernments derive just powers No no hand to beg:. Cigars
Jingo Jugglers'vociferously and vehemently the consent of the governed Is true, No t.t'ni: : the duet. ; 's TANDBuilding "- and Stationery Tobacco. ,
/ Insist 'that the overshadowing, or we as a nation have no raison d'etre. Wherever man oppresses man Material I :1:
;Beneath thy liberal sun, /
'If that proposition, Is not true. Washington
question as trt our policy In the orient O God be there thine arm made Mrs, a-ltl PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM 1if ACH.
a was fettled definitely; and Irrevocablll. ana.the
r/t by tlic"!hIt election. Not so, however. roes were rank n Uors. It I It .la not ,... done.John Hay, ate" Largest, Factory South. e.r.n.Y'nnVYVyyT..m..nrr..nan.n..m..yn..'
*-A' multiplicity Issues, contributed/ true John Hancock, old JoUn Adams,
tixth result of the campaign- woO. Fntrlck Henry, Thomas Jefferson and] .negen.riltio.. Send for Prices. .
their compeers 'were pestilent disturb: tCornella Moots writes from Manila that I' MEAT
William MoKlnley's wondrous persona -- CITY MARKET
} the following poem tu bya man serving
);popularity was a large, perhaps\ be ,era of the pence of George IT1. there. In the army under an assumed
'decisive factor, therein;" If It Is not truft, Theodore Roosevelt name. "He Is trying to have his relatives AGENCYCONTINENTAL _,Florida and Western Meats", IJoultl'Y; Game 'and Eggs.
1s1'' exercising usurped from lose him because 1
,ttfcKlniey, \ was many thousands powers' .he 'Is-such a drunkard.He
of votes stronger than his party. J- ICing ICdward VII., and tile>> congress! has had a line education and good Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention
drink .
positions; but pulls him down. H.tbouQ"ht
P Many men who doubt the! wisdom of of tbe United 8t tes consists"-' of 451 that If he went Into the army .ke Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH.
ur becoming an, Aslatic'power supported rebellious brawlers could resist It, but he has been repeatedlyIn 1-1-1\11I3\
Mr. 'McKJnl l by rensori/ 'Of bill'bntal11D This miserable Philippine buslneai jail for drunkenness. He. Is there
now '! PLANT COMPANYOf'Bittrell
amiability.and his blameless familiarizes the American people- with
the Idea ofva largo standing army.denerai' Lord Ood: thou lettest .the green'things .. .
life.While' believing him -

g. .prlratej wrong,,they had implicit faith tbat at If Chaffee 'says that we need new startA life every year; N. o'. J. B. MCGINLfeY & CO.ea
last he would.come'around ill right.' ISO.OOO soldiers In the--Philippines alone Out of their sunken selves they rise .
Thy'vknew'that-he: bad oh(need his for /Ave years: //Judging tbe future by Bohold-Bract the and lily's sweet pure and white clear;leaves/I -. -.- *,r y t .

mind on that questlbn; radically! ''once, the past, we will need that'many there Unfolding by e.e\l\i mere I RTIIAWHKRIIY PLANTSCebb.ge '

swinging.fron<,the l nptoctrlne. till tbe Judgment dny. Strictly First-Class .. ,
_ that "forcible annexation Is crlmlnlll"aggr'lIlon' We,are told that, waiving the .quantum Again the sap mountasin. 'the flr Tomato anil Celery Pln\ll.
h .' of the slit of Subjugating a-dlstant Through every swelling vein; '
to' the un-American theory Again the clover stirs and thrills CARNATION PINKS! \ House-Furnishings
people, we must bold on to the Philippines .
tI of "'beDII leDt assimilation. Responsive to the Faint 4 Specialty\ ,
h I "They hoped that be would. experience because we want their trade." It Again the tender grass makes green
1e !another' change of,tenrt and return toe Is not denied that trade:wltu the Filipinos The lone breast of the plain.- We, handle .noses and Flowering Plants for Draperies, Shades,
s O. I, Tahcr Qlen at. Mary Fla.!
desirable e
and other Is
.-hle'orlglnaiposition.' every Hark flood
to the
golden of
Iqrlll'The of Wall
A sttsre patronage soliotteil.
V So far.as. Influence upon our destluyts'coneernetXJt lark pours to the bluel x your Papers, .
would. have been Democrats are as anxious taro trade Behold the strong, undaunted ..hootuehlpg !MAIL ORDERS"PROMPTLY FILLED s

?t far preferable: ; for fclr. McKlnley'to' as are tbe jingoes but they place lib ? Us |brave front through! Addles.FRANK O VfK, Wickers Japaneseand
The fallen tre..t( Lord dad. Lord God, ,
,have JtteeA.ft badman with..good policies erty1 and good conscience above' money. Let me begin anew! I-Il-tf! P. O. Box: 144. West Palm! Beach PisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
4 rather than a good man with bad/ Democrat do'iiot; believe' that we Enamel Goods

.f d policies, for iris as true today( 'us when must owe a marl in'brderto trlldntb( i Out of my own ",,1I1.t me rise! ,
For, God If It can be
4. --BhoSespeare wrot it that 'mi"evia| him.The A new and nobler growth may rise 1 I Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Bade County
dollar la the most
argument tordld
.that men do.lives. after them. 1 From yon decaying tree '
*- No love for him, howeer>ntenae;"no of all. but let's take It on that low Surety a strong, pur. life may mount 3 C. GTVon. SCHOELER Jefferson Block -, WEST PALM BEACH
'admiration' his basis and see how' the matter stands. Out of this lit. In met *
for ylrtues. however f it 1-11 If
l3 sincere; no regret for his traglct.deatlO: : 1 .The Philippines' to say nothing o.f J.: "\I Wiatchmakerand -' ---
hpwever" profound no euloglsm the Ions .oiftlife: and the- huge pension The Good Natnred..Maa. ,
; ,
t bis however-fervUl' upon "load we ar..fastening on our children Here's to the man who, has nothing to do Jeweler. ------------- --------------
character, ean
j. He chatters and chuckles the busy day
the tact that al'j" and our children's children, have up to .
e t.I',01' palliate !! .by | through > V: .
b r., Ingh1.: first opinion and by throwing date cost us nearly three hundred millions 'He. bothers your work, and ht Binders CKAYONS. .p, WATER COL.OR3.

the weight of its great.name1r..favor i In cold cash your nap. ARTISTIC
I During the fiscal endfttg June And It you get angry he cares not a rap. ENGRAVER on. .. !
of the Philippine propaganda be Involved f year !

-1 'the coantry In dire -difficulties 80, 1001. we expended In the Philippines He likes to come round In a casual way, WOOD or MrTAL) RIeIII4RD E. RESLER.Photographer.

and ,placed r Institutions In lmmi-l. 00000000. With nothing to do and nothing to say. .
nent deadly peril. ".j"For _During the same period our profits H. tells hear you, the story you don't want to -' PARLOR N' I
from trade with the Philippines, allow-
w'e have vaunted'our- :
years He tells you the news that falls flat on In ZAPH BLOCK .
selves as the propagnndlsts of the Idea Ing for ourselves 20 per cent profit.on your ear, ,

$' of coverDl eDt of the people, by the I all we exported to and Imported from tit Nest dour South'of :
For time Ii precious has ruthlesslyfled OLEMATIS AVENUE
those Islands were only the beggarly S SEMINOLE HOTEL -
people and' for the people. Now we ,
: are engaged In crushing. a people 7,00Q'' sum of S1.08&C4L ,7The And the family Is welting. at home to,be Entrance, Opposite Masonic Temple.

miles away, whose only 'offense Is than j only- reason such an"Insane policy fed. WEST PALM! 1U1AO FLA "

a ey desire. toe practice the theory doea.not bankrupt the United Statesla You wish him sill Joy' that' a lifetime can West Palm Beach
view, ; Fla.
/ Experienced! workman. Cleaning) and s
la Irich. ,
because United States so
k which we have preached v from .thebou.etopa. the "' But you I wish that ha wouldn't make",, ltupetripgskillfupy.dose, ]| | -10-tt E

I I No other nation on earth.collid stand ,v merry,wjth you. -------------------------
Nor have we preached In vain, for ] It. and we can't stand it'long- without, ?TTT7TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBrefsford
I disastrous results. .' And he goes on bill! way with! \ a (oak: (if
., 'following our example-and hearkening ,
regretWhen -
to nations have | Our Institutions were Indeed bought __ I '
our voice tweuty-alx: your work has b spoiled\ and
shaken off their royal misters broken with a great price.: Shall we now reckles81y your plan. ar* upset, Bros' I Q.'' A. GALE C. C. CUTTRELJ,. xP,
through greed And because route unmoved by his humorous | ,
'and 'established them
their 'shackles for ( jeopardize '

r 4 tJleJXIloIV"I.overoment.| modeled upon PI' by reason of ,A. valnntorlous amtil-\ -.! Ha says It's prank a pity you're such a sad Real Estate and Insurance I MANGONIA t BOAT WORKSC ;: :
ours. tIOQ.for foreign conquest I do not be-; orank .

.. At this very moment tbe Boers sot hove that tbe American people will eta| Washington Star, CHPLA. j ; C.. CUTTRJELL, Manager.
f" South Africa Inspired by the words of decide. I PALM, .1
... Jefferson and the"deeds. of. Washington, It surely cannot be that the spirit of Thei Snowdrift. I' Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker.

are making tha'most bprolc'flgbt for "irro Is entirely dead!\ In the American When night. dropped down. the fields were Notary Public. Cottages to Rent \: : 1

.'. I freedom recorded In the entire annals heart To, that spirit and that heart Storm dark..p.lte."Wera and dune out* ; we. heard. ,the 'Yostocs BulldingNoifhof I MARINE RAILWAYS' ;
'To Democrats confidently appeal In ,tI'ils
of the humanrace. our Ineffable north wind-blow; s-1.1x01 PolDclnne Hotel
Ct., shame be It .ald,that while England crisis' of our country's fate. :' Then when arose the slowly waning sun,. and Boat
1.f baa beem murdering thosebrave. little ,Morning came, .manjuod In. a robe of : Shops. West Side of Lake, !

I '"repubUcs we,,have stood by consenting I An BmterrrUlnsr laiaei. snow. / I,, Monroe Mefi' SkaTini Parlor at MANGONIA.

j. like Saul at the sloalag ot Stephen. ,. The German oupcrs! report that theGrnmpe White grew the landscape;-every field anil\ Estimates :l'urnr bed on' Newor bid Work 'J'
Wherefore "Because'we are'enpged secured knoll Olive :
of Philadelphia have i Ir ,3ftHjan.St, near
I Shone forth transfigured -by the snqw.> Vessels hauled out aDd taken of for thA Sufnmer. .
Did care
ID'tbe same 'sort of bloody business1 In' I I through'. Urge,bin In bank, an option 'storm's' spell; Cooper's Stand

Ii. .Philippines. ,W appear .to.. ave ppon.land at Stettin and Kiel, wltb the The trees and fences stood In motley droll BEST SERVICE: and 6IIr: All Work Done Witlt> Neatness and Dispatch.
entered into a sort of tacit-agreement ; Intention of establishing a large shipbuilding Half dark, halt whitened by this mlr.01. ..-, ,....-pROMPT ATTENTIONWe' f'
'11-14.tf ;:
with Job Bull that If:hd will not In. plant, Tpe7) Intend bidding ;

ferfert .wit! U.ourl foreign!,, con4 est we for tlllt' construction> Gerinao !war ;But where the stone wall held Its Parian' ]

., will pot raise our-vole aga.lnstbls\, foreign Teasels. uerwbantmen and yachts. fro.* weight, i ARTSON '
conquests. American models ,Of snowdrift., like some, "Alp or .Apen"" oo7eoteaAoi.oAO11o11oisoltolsatsoUolto7so1so5so7eo9soko5so ossoJSOlto1.Y

t On'the one Issue of' permanently' retaining 'It 'Is refreshing to read of tbe doingsof nine;;\ could .
We saw a sculpture man not create
the Philippines, and ruling/ them our pauper' Infants. A few ;years Smoothed offhand chiseled by some touch i
r "b7 the sword Democrats would have ago the Cramps told congress that the divine. j National Bank of. the State of Florida io

't wept the land-front sea; to'sea'for-.let 'only thing" the American- shipbuilders Mute wonder of tha myriad molded snow' I la I All (its Bunches >It

It not be forgotten that In 1000 It was needed to enable them to compete! successfully Pure as the stars that sentinel the sky, i ..
In the, east that we made'Vubstahtlal' with foreign'' builders was What art oould Improvise and fashion so -- JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA, i

gains and if wee In the toast: that !Imperialism tree raw materials..' Congress gave Unless some 'godlike power sped pro- It

I was most exploited as the them what they asked. Now they ask; cream brl: PRESSING 'CLEANING, f STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY oo

dominant Iwue. ;:. for nqb: "|iy to keep the bated' for, PIer:' plinth and* cornice' ;'-architrave and / DYEIH8 AND REPAIRING
Tbe same per cent of' gains spread allover signer from ruining them. fries. ko Yo!

the Onion would bare given us ,('A( tbe same time>ourpoor unaubolfltzed LIft up a beauty to the day .and IU.Amld.t ; Shop Olive St. "West Palm Beach JOHN N. C. STOCKTON President. THOMAS P. DBMHAM, Cashier Ifo oj
the silver of the tinseled trees
tile vletel'"t +,If' We b pe.toJ"wlo;: ..x Infant Is reacbltfg-out\ and grabbing That never Phidias Umiova ,",on. JAMBS D. Bun, Assistant Cashier. i :
moat ez: necessitate ref secure recrultav tbe Oerroan'.shlpbullding Industry -Joel ;Benton In Country;:\ LJfe.Vsee. Yc
from the Republican ra.nka.Tbat' and rumors of cjunblues 'with Engrtlsb o.

I ; plain aa the nose.on oeb*i face. "' firms} are afloat Really our ship! "iWOOmWOOD"Stove! Banking Business of East Coast Business Mod, Farnyrs ,:

, Republicans a'unit, on this qn..-' bullJIjg'.! Infant seems to be growing Ah; from the niggard tree of time o and Fruit-Growers Solicited,,
: .. OonT'"'By no maanerof' means. True 'and pretty healthy without 'auy subPeople > How quickly fait the hou..1It !

tbat not long since "Uncle J6tf-&i ';1t. lIp. n.. rot. I ITJa. To needs lose no such touch facile, of flowers wind-or.. .rime Wood ostokokokoko.EOkokokokokokokoKorokokottokokokokokokoKOK i

of tpa.cpmmlftee di,,-!ap.y >. t
;;:i pop cbalrmsp ; ...... Sere.: '
Drift of the dead year's harvesting.They .
'. 'propMatlOna;; 'to' {the yelled Beat of at the debate.top Issues Just grow upon the cqqDtrr; ; clog Lgmorr.w's way.' : Delivered to Any Tart of Town. OFFICIE SEALS'
wltb\ frantic gesture sometimes without tbe special cppnlv- Tet "serve to shelter growths of spring. : .
-- pf.hi.. voice, rwe, Intend ,ta keetk.tlie peneath their-warm decay' (' flulliftol Stamn
I' phlllppjnea toren? and day." Bat !once "of leaders, and the'plvotnl. Issue Leave; orders at Wood Yard, on Clematis .to ORDER.
: remembered tbat 00 f"at oo Of the coming campaigns for congress dr. blent by pious; hands with rare, Avenue, near tile railroad track .
I'> ,It must be and 'In' }OOf'' for4'' president l 11 t ''''ot Sweet Savors of content or address IN TWELVE HOURS I
.W s'bq'P IkD< -r--- sawfopngncW' JG4f. pas tar1retOrm. "Vft ovestreadynotedsome ,Surprise the pours! December airWith j
,' .' get out. ,Jun.'. forgotten went OF ALL BINDS
flgbtlng Florida Rubber Works
k';' Republican constitutionally 41natr of .the slgpifloifnt signs, that l iRepubttc 1 Hditb Wharton In Sortbnafa J. SNEIX, Stamp
\ 'ns and Democrat alike are
.' economically admln! PROPRIETORA t*
eucceasfnUy or : growing dlsoontenttd wltb the produceof 11.....u f' J ; \

later colonial affairs been' ,the pingley act The' trusts, the lo- "And where Is God ".the doubter asked."I -
-_ Procon ular governmenttai no- 'nated.prlcei, the dtscrlmlnatiotis In favor do not see him enywh.raBehind .' LIGHTWOOD POSTS '
torlouii| ?rtnpii"nnjuat> and tyrannical what creature Is ha masked,
foreign borne
.Irice the..world began apd will con: of buyers as against In'',.ear,on.earth. In Clauds, la sir First CUss Lkhtwood Posts for r Ii
consumers and tbe" Increased.*cost
Office and Salen-
'tmue ao'till tbe end of, time. All bloryViacred raw materials by "reason( of prohibitoryrater "Where are the violets,; aiked the child.. Pineapple. .. Covering' and other'par- CaMt" ofManon'a GUAVA JELIiYCANDY room, 4 iiV.: Day
..JI" '1 ? : and grdlaheldamoasaate.! upon stuff tbst enters 1111'l'ellnto "I do net see them yds I know. poses. Address 8t e Tacksonville.

/ ... the.trntn'of that proposition.It mat4J of consumption are 1uak- :Although- winds are blowing wild. H,8. HOWARD lnavnJelly Drench Stores and -amn-
,I whether the proconaul articles prime They tare\ alive beneath the snow." .: : eieeia.UTpwas. oaasssi
ten nothing '''Brltia,f-Bpaolarda or log the people sore.-Atlanta Constitution .fvlfaurloei, Francis Egan In Donahoa's Sebastian. Fla .(;0i -'.
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*n+{ THE TOk1CAL: '81JN, WEST PALM, 1fKACII. FLORIDA, FRiIhZ IUtT 26, 1902. = r .

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I .. ""."" .. W- "- l lPJtOGltAMMt 1 r.
; >; "4i'F A1TRAUT o s To Cure a Raid: in One Day

"f": :.t )i .. MIAMI BUREAU ROUND ABOUT MIAMI GRlETINGS'; '.'- > Take Laxative' Bromo Quinine Tab.\

,< \ t', -X-OF WARM ,, For the Great Jubilee Week In Miami. An lets All druggists erlllld the money -HIt

/ ;\ : Picked .. f. Induatflal, Parade falls to cure. R. W. Grove's slgna.
fr r THE TROPICAL SUN Links of Local News up
; lure Is on each: box 35 cents.
I,. '; I, ",.\. J Here and There.: .. FOR R HUDSON- U'R} hrmerousr The Miami:.From jubilee Monday''mo''iblag attractions will! be 5. -'-- a

.' ,'.; ,'.t,t;: Offle In Anthony Block. Twelfth! Street, near of*" ber' to-
: Miami i is justly proud up-
f Avenue C. until Thursday,night( there! will not Be a
(Hi {,1 1, Brief Mention of Current Bvents Gatheredby _" "" drtte. steam laundry It is turning 'outfiistclana g
l ', dI < dull[,,tilioute. .Tbe' programme as arraiiged ;. '
: I : \ idvirtlHinentu and ordera for THE SUM'S Ubiquitous R.portsreDuring \ work at reasonable prices: ,
All mihacrlntlona. > : will\ tar( << aa! follows
'I' .'. i'I 1'!I\yrP 1, y\'f lob work office.: *Boulb of Fort. Lauderdal received the Week. HE WAS WELGdMEDTO: HISHOMEj MONDAV.I6 j : Give it ft trial..": It located: at' the ,corner

I, jof Avenue D'aad Fourteenth sti
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,-iiif ::OO o'clock a, ul.-Plremaa'lI con .... .
I' Do read The Tropical Sun ? : r ,, ;. 59t \"(
:: ,; you < *J -> .
1 JULY SIS, 1003.\ ;
i<''j i 'j" *> -. The Baptist Young People' Union 'aaop.: nl.Muslo( and publl';,speaking ,.. ..3!
cleared about $30 at their Ice cream social A Grand. .Reception_:Tendered. tHe Successful Candidate.For. I ( on the band stand. w. It. ANNO(. ,

'wry f\\ ..; A very large grain ol. comfort' in Tuesday evening. Railroad: Commissioner. An Address'* Delivered. Excursions on tbe bay. \ .' ATTORHE1.AT-LAW.

'I : .... afforded the defeated (action In thf-" '- <.ij ,
t'I :,, riu3 uutmprov- TUESDAY.lo'xwf ,
Bargains, Improved ,.' 'By ..MrwAA.. Boggs. omPrdn' koom Hatched Building, AT D,
:.r A'': wonderful success of; lIon. R. Hudson ed city property. Towfllev.Bros. Anthony ,> ,:;. -. : : a, m.-*Industrial parade '' MlaouJ Florida. "-18Ii -*,.

,:: "' Burr In the Hailrond CommieI Block. :':,,: 2:00: p. itl.-->Ball game al golf grounds. "' ..

il' (,r'Kl' .irl.1:{"-. Hionera' race' EVf ry resident of' The Florida. East Const Railway surveyors Little River, Flu., July alb; -: Labi snit. as soon as tbe cheering subside* 3-3P: P. m.-Military drill in city' ; ", UEU.'f R. 'TAy.r.Olt _

'' Dade oouury has rt-Hbon' to ,feel. I proud this week were three mile backof night witnessed one of the liveliest turning to the people said,.in part- Excursions. ), on the bay l\ ..

:. .fe: ; .. of Mr..Burr. The people' ot the State Cutler In the Black. Creek district. time. in the history o f this town. A "Mr McDonald. neighbors and friend. WRDNIiSDAVriooo .LAWYER. '

'Fins 11iY I; of Florida have certainly made o Large' and small tracts of land for crowd of: citizens bad assembled) to f wish '1 bad,, the language to express : a, UI.lSalooll'aBceo.lon' and Offica in Postoffice Block; ';"\ '

&' .t ''J.-. wise choice. fruits and vegetables. Townley/ Bfoa.' welcome the return of Hon R, ..Hudson toe deep feeling ol f gratitude and esteem parachute: |lump;, in the city.,....7: MIAMI 'FLORIDA3'14tf
front words of have In. .3:00: p. in. Tournament, at CoIf -
/ ., Anthony Block Burr. A Urge bonfire blazed in of which your welcome

; t The more the deep water harbor There wilt be an auction sale of lots In Mr. Burr's store and before that gentleman spired. There is always. a .pleasure grounds ., I
8:30: m.-Tournament Ball.
w arrived on the scene, men 'chat after a': long( absence In returning home '
week. Assurances +
do the Miami during jubilee ATKIN SON.
d' question la studied, the more and TBxcursions: : l on the bay. 'H.-F.
and the small and mingling with old,neighbors
{ that will (come to Miami are given that no by-bl<1dluK will be al ted over matters political ThvxnAVBoat ,
advantages lowed. boys amused themselves by chasing friends, but when to tills is added the ATrORNEY- r.LAW,
a loom up. At this stage' one can each other with bunches of firecrackers.The : spontaneous" greeting such as you .bBve races on the bay. NOTARY PUBLIC.It.tlr .
hardly realize the Trent lwuefll.8 that A. Fritz, a young man well }up In theprofession given me here tonight it thrills the Excursions on the bay. .. .
arrival of Mr. accompanied MIAMI.FLA.:
I Burr
the barbering
has purchased Therewill be numerous' rnltior 'st .
and industrially '
( will result commercially heart with Emotions too deep for lang1
buHincfis W. H. Pent _.81.d. will con by Mr. A. A. Bogga, was a signal for tractions during the entire fouf In.
'to Taken in COD Mr. Burr said he had aye --
to to.e.press. '
ant city. .Ie '
pM -and UM
tinue In the same location. tremendous cheering. setting eluding a continuous! vaudeville per Q.EO. A.. WOKL.IW.:
with the assured building conducted 'the campaign fairly_
j nection now oft nf a quantity of- fire works prom R"
and. Mrs. James C. Sanders fonnauce; the merry go-round, a crocodile : .
Captain had mud be
s'' I the Isthmian canal it ia practically Burr squarely'; be thrown DO ; .ATTORHIY.ATLAWiGeneral
t ., of' the poarch of his 'store Mr. re
friends in and
have sympathy of many his friends and mien I to general saurian exhibition: : by
had invited en
cei tain that deep water at delved, a grand ovation and there was practice In Slot and Federal Court -"-
the lose of their only child who died show where he bad at any time de-' Alligator Joe'assisted by Prof Kline, the AU burin ,> entrusted will receive prompt aK
Mi> mi means in the., near future' A in hospital Toledo Ohio. great crowding around for the purpose Indian"Village, excursions, etc, Untlon.p\
; recently a of hand-shaking and offering of con parted' from the priualples.euunciatc Officw, .Brown Bullring, A... D and j tRill
.at. (seaport and a large popula THE .NDU. TRIAr. ARA.Dq atrest.MiAMT., '
jjr .
The Carrier pigeons so numerous Great in his platform in one inglg instance +
gratulations. greetedMr. FLORIDA
Industral -
tion. are said to be descendants done The Parade will be a grand
around Miami, J. D. McDonald who in well word- T latter lie! had on every pla t. ,
colony form' he bad feature It will take place! .on Tuesday r
of the New York Journal's delivered the address of in the state from which t '
Some complaints have been heard! which sent here during the Spanish ed sentences He had disguised nothing be and will be formed, -a."follows) Band, Rstabllshe4hi.8y6" ''lIfqrpo", t 'oq
: was welcome. In his address he paid a spoken. e"
her lwcuu.se BO much money in being .ar. glowing, tribute" to the high character wanted, the people to know for what Military Company'/Fire: ; company, May. Capital Stock;$j000OO, t: ,

,- {! sent away for building and other! You will >he sorry il' you wait too tong; and sterling virtues of head and heart, principles and for whoui they voted; or and aldermen and l county official it Somers-Brothers: Company' -

f mnteriitl, when other material quit Tbe early bird catches .the worm and characterizing: Mr. Burr a great 'cltlaen. promising .that if elected he would carriages: : Indians, Carpenters'' Union. ; ,

', aa food, and chnnper could Im procurtnl likewise. the first comer gets the first lob a- kind neighbor and the. fitting,,reo< compel the members of the railroad Floats etc. ,ITTSBURO: PENN'a::
ft. l .
far houses. have
.So over business,
:\ at home and give: !employment cheap Townley Bros.? real estate deal.! presentative of the people for the post commission to go on record ..Inever;,. 30 floats the Industrial Commission MerchantsWholesalit
agreed rot -
"w' E i. .' to nanny workmen. It. has been sugId1' :- eraApthony.Block: : : eEditorB. ion to which he has been elected. The thing( they did, so that the people might prepare :Dealers
i"1';, know who are their Meads and who ire parad.-Mtamj News. Produce ,
( Bested that the Minmi artificial B/Taluni, of the"" Metropc- people of Little River with open doors V ..

; j ..., atone, which has stood the test of lie, in a card publish/id: in the laat\iasu! and open, hearts bade him welcomi not.THEY CALLED *FOR BOGCS. Invite Consignments: from'' Dade I County i
and Southern Florida of
\ : Fruits Vega
al'au01e..all made to Mr. B'Vr"s
responsibility Reference
,s.. i:;t'l; the weather much severer! tlitnntn of the paper was At 'tbe conclusion Mr. Burr's ad tables and Produce promising prompt
) omission of the name-o Hon record in the State Le'gfalRturi) ;
for the splendid,
j I''. :" than this, would, put up in blocks, Hockerfromtheoiclalprimaryballot. luc iresshe was wildly cheered and amid the /I GLTarL/ sales, at highest Pittsburg' .prices, and'.
the by
A ; to magnanimity displayed
Wra. Immediate'retura.. a
;;:. 1. '; nnk an excellent nrticle for tine ii cheering, Mr: A A. Boggs, pas clamorously -
in his conduct of the State campaign! : ; This stffnatur Is on every box of the a gonuln Wereferiothis paper, IfiWInij'Dad.! County'hlppen. (,
1 j ?! nil kinds. of buililiapHow/ would services and .unswerving called for.! ,In response, 'ibat Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabt.t t. Plttiiburg Bankiandotficrwell known ',-
; One of the tenders for the erection: of to patriotic Stepped forward, and briefly f. Bud relliible sources:. of Idforinattonla, our
h It do for some of our progressive, National Bank building on the devotion to the principles enunciate''! gentleman the needy thai care a .*M .tm .M day scandal >uindltiRiitiil' builne.motboda. 4,
tMf. tbe First spoke as follows:-"I came aOl hereto _,__ __ _
r builder to ecperiment alone corner of Twelfth street and Avenue C. lu his plsttorm. All these haye ''wot talk but to mingle uiy voice with u

liueT is that sent in by the Miami Building] for him the lasting: gratitude of the< in homage to our distia Wtn.Mnrawe'Preelrlent
baying :
Thl. which decomposed people, who e- cause he hat so ably yours a.MuCnrralcfr: I Vlm"Pie.ident.., '

,Ip'I Came to Blows Company. of sic practical company as well its championed. In. concluding! bigj, Kuiohed l 'been,. friend defeated and for, rellow-ci the' Legislator lz_, 1Iava B ank k ,of) Bay DlSCajflB B saaflsa. (B'und. e. C..bler Vh..l'u.ddsDt

\" Last night Deputy Sheriff .!'ache: and theoretical workmen and *ne gentle. dress, Mr Ilq.Dolaaldsaid .a-"We'.co4 In Dade'county: but; iheprinciples for .

;: Mr; Lewis Norton were engaged in a man who act. as treasurer and bookkeeper gratulate you that you have been crown- which:'. )t coptended have pot lost tbelr! Capital. $50,000 \ ,

;1;': personal encounter in the rear of R ul- hopes to secure the contract. eli| with fresh laurels-laurels which wi force.: My defeat has been more thaicompensated :1itI: .. '- '
feel sfr, you are worthy' to wear and &;rgLI: F'I oPIDA: '
i erson & Nicholson's. meat market. Galla '. new tasselleted tiled flooring for by the glorious: victory -

.,' J They were seperated_ r>y Mr. B. ...A is being laid this week. This flooring having an abiding( faith in your sure bopesty/ that, won by Mr. Burr. Indeed it has --
'' Froncher before mach damage was!., doneoil Is quite unique the tile being black and Integrity and ability we tare been more than swallowed up in the ..
interests shall t be committee esj
the! which:
I, either side. white, and some of them not much larKer brilliancy' of his crowning success]: The< Thi'th' Season
Y ,
t The difficulty had its origin in the than a silver dollar. They are being .o you, !wilbe\ faithfully watched people of the.grearState, of Florida >8'parce><

trouble which occurred at the Boggs laid down so as t* form different- geometrical With these assurances. of our confidence have said by their votes that tbe prlnci .. .....................................tN.NN.SiRhfNm. .

peaking at Lemon City recently. figures, and when comple and esteem, I ageln in the name of the pies tor' blcb/we have contended and< And off'erlnll'"thia line of Evaporated Fruits,, i

i !Mestrs. Gore and Norton met by ted. will maek one of the most beautiful people of Little" .River, bid you welcome for Which: _we will continue tJ contend, -- I you get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs .1"' : \, I
home, i :
J. chance in the meat market last night floors in all Miami. your. are. right." and webs. ., .. _, 1at "'

1 Mr. Gore Inched Mr. Norton toward The Chattanooga firm which has the MR. BURR'S SPEECH.A In conclusion, Mr. Boggs 'expressedhigh 2 READ THIS LIST ;; :: 1-j
the rear for a conference. 'IWben they great burst of cheering followed threading < appreciation of the work done for ,
J reached the back 'yard; a few wordspassed Contract for building( the bridge over of the .address and the ovatlof hltn by his friends. This brought to i a : Evaporated Apricots, J, cenufpound -- o Cdr __. !;t;
between them when Gore -struck I the Miami river will soon beat work wan continued for some time as Mr CIgev the most memorable political re- : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound : .. !
The bridge will be at the foot of Avenue Burr stepped forward to reply. Hgrasped < peplioir no far recorded' in the historyof Evaporated Pears cen's .It'f;
lu tbe face Mr. Prpacher who 1 13 pound ,, ,1.
Norton '
Mr. McDonald by the hand, little River. "
was nearby then interfered.: i D, which will .bring thla portion of the ; Evaporated Apples I 15 cents pound '.. ',. .i
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to the! front agalnas a bi a- i. ,
This morning Mr. Gore was arra'gneilin town rapidly .. ,- Evaporated ad i. r, .' \ ," .1 '
J the Mayor's court and was fined, |j Ineascantre. When the bridge is finishetttue Old Bell Tower Collapses. f Progress Of The (Newepcper.The Big line Callforala\rune.r'o, ?ppund; ".-"

t and costs.-Miami News. residents" of Cocoanut Drove will A despatch from Venice, Italy* dated -"tenant bureau at Washington. -.). !' Fancj Layer Figs. ao cts pound i. .

,, --' will be saved "a. long round-about rout Monday, says: has Issued its report on printing and. ,. Fancy'Fard Dates, Mtfcts pound : :s<1 '.!iI" '.. .
f in traveling( and from Mjami.! "The campanile (detached bell tower) publishing in the United States for the Good Sun Dried Apnles, 10'ct.lb: ,...

The New JaH. Mr. >E. y. Blackman had on exhibition: on St. Mark'a Church ninetyeightmeters census'year 1900 showing a _capital" off : S"# pounds good Roasted Coffee, |ioo : '_ :., '" ::1.I :1.

The Miami Building Company is rapidly highcollapsed at this $392,517,072: invested In the esiafabishuKuts 33 pounds Best Flour f r.oo N w ,' -
thia.week a bunch of rapes weighing( 1.40 : ; 22,312 x ; .,;,; ,
pushing forward the completion of I three pounds and seven ounces. They morning, an4 fell with a great crash into reporting: for the industry. 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, |i.oo .;." ; ....

r, r tbe county jail and by the end of tbe were of an English variety large and!! the plaJ. It is now a heap of ruins, A feature of the report ia an extended I- 5 Gallons! Oil, 85 cents ,..j'<, ." -

I '1'': .' week the outside including the roof : quite le'mptingi; and were grown by a piled to a height of one housed feet account of the operations of the Asso;: 3 Cans Milk, 25 cents _. 'I' ." ..
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'fa\. ;'M;; will be completed. There wii' be six. : colored man \living( in tbe near vicinity In falling it carried away the .San.: elated Press showing tbe great develop. 1 16 pounds I god Rice, ;'r.oo '. c' ,:,:. '"' I

t., j rooms and two large halls In the buildIng. ,. of Miami. The vine they grew onT sovino Loggetta and the library of the uientpf' news-gathering methods during ..eNNwNlNet1.....NN..NNNNNNN.N e NNN... ;

1 The main room for prI8'"ers.11I three years old sod bad on it seventy royal palace. There were no fatalities the past two decades. Almost the entire y
be forty by thirty feet, with an iron cage said but few were' Jnjured The '2 O. .
d: "h' large: bunches. Mr. Blackman they a persons chapter-on news-gathering; organlxa LrEFFLE..R '
or two In one. end and a sleeping or caused Immensesensation. lions is devoted to history and .
were just as good eating as. they were disastet an, detailed -
!D _. guard room for the keeper. Five rooms' nice looking. Tbe town and communal councils have de-crlption.of: the work: of the; Tislftli tit, Between P. a.and Blsuri8 Noted"f; MI."I'f F Q gn'DA'

'. will be used for the county offices" Tbree Building has beten! summoned to meet this evening. Associated ?rei.swhlcb, the .report says,, '
N'' I. :" of them will probably be used by County The Miami Company A little before the collapse of the was the lead hi K organization Is 1880.,

Clerk Dearborn and his staff. There commenced work on Mrs. MCAlliater'aresidence tower noise of falling stones within the and now "is fur in )the lead of the news.galherfng'organizations Lnmler L aiifl Supply Lumber .
Twelfth street, just Biscayne Co. '
on opposite
t 'k ''': will be built in one of them a largt'r bell tower warned the shopkeepers, of tbe United Shingles w
tbe Presbyterian: church.: This rs to
in which *th _
safe and fire-proof vault "
: r1't'.1 workmen and tourists of the Impending ::States. The report says that theAeaocisted ,
t' be the recortla. Ifs be a stone cottage built out 'of the native BRICK *2T, LIME Pt"ASTER:/ aDd HAIR Sole Agenta for V arnCratesMIAMI
.i i will kept county disaster and all fled for th'elr lives. 1'reis now ,)Ja.. about Too Sf?
.['.; ", kitchen ia needed for the us* of the prisoners rock. The quarry and Is now alive withworkmen intoproper Venetians were seen in the streets -bemoaning nembcrs\ : more than half of whlc4'sreafternoon II l.JLA, a x;tplTle4f J. CONRAD, orb nager '

A ;t', ," it will have to be erected as an : digging out sawing the deatruttion of the oldestart dailies,and selves about'i,5oo r ... '
i The size tbe blocks that will be lisvd .. . ... .
main :
the building. jail
addition to '
of "
''t 4 treasure in the kingdom. Four daily and weekly papers In addition: 1 "" '- ". "
1 .f Y ;. ..J. located In .one! corner of the lot owned in the'construction work and soon the Sonsovino's statues of Venetian! nobles Host of tbe papers served are f hi tbeJoited I -"

I by the county, and in the center of wagons will be busy" hauling the woikmeu. mate. were! demolished in the Sansoyina Log States, but there are fifty or FRANK W STANTON & t Q
the ground ready tbe -
; ,, this lot tbe new 's .OUCJ court bou..iII llal on getta. while a beautiful example of a more in Canada, MexIco.Cuba and Porto ;<

aoou be built. An advertisement for Psttr Veronese painting was destroyed in Rico. In its regular news service 4he OUR SPECIALTY.; -. I '

f )i" \ ', sealed proposals for the erection of tbe Lar"e" quantities! of pineapples are the plaae, Tbe wing of an angel Horn Associated Press now.uses 9,345 miles of .

rv' t county court house baa already been in being( handled by the !local wholesale the toppf the bell( tower Was thrown leased wire by day and 20.467 miles by Fauay East Coast Pm ,

I 4k. : ': sorted in some of the county papers by commission men, who, .bjptliem all over down-to the front door of the calbedfa, light. The..annual revenues from .as- ; "\

i t the Board of County Cotntnirsioners.h5K the country. Mangoes are still plentiful smashing tbe Baodo column which waf yesspienteleyledoht/ tile newspapers servd 14 Vine Street .

'1"ii n: -- and are cheap and of good quality. Wa. hurled thirty-five feet, just escaping e exceeds 11.'00'0 9, >11,4 the number!! PiladejIiiaGroyyePs

Robbed of $173. teruelons, too are piled high in front of the column supporting the south ngeuf ) ClI wordjdafly, received!= : and tssurmittedIt'eack ,! -

i W. A. Lofton, tbe well. known local the fruit and grocery stores and the fragrant the cathedral! and thus averting amore of the more Important offices of Florida, Orange:] !and gt'apei Fr"lt ...

guava and toothsome avocado pear serious disaster. ia i now over the
ticjcle dealer, was jobbed of $z75 in 50,000 or equivalent of LOCATED
; are making( their appearance and will "The fall of the tower produced a kirtv-five columns: of. an average news GROVES | -

cash wftralime. between Tuesday lie took"night the Soon be..quite plentiful. These fruits thick red dust, which spread like- ,paper. Llles fi tanton. Terra Cela, Fla. Armalrong & Stanton, P.lmettoi'llla '

and< Wednesday morgjng.! will tide over the Interval, until the arrival banging cloud over tbe city: ; This with II Knox & Stanton. Llmonla, Fla .
home wick hint Tuesday night : rrry ,
money trouser.I I of the oranges and other citrus the rumbling v61canlc noise. startledthe The many friends of Mr. and Mrs, De ,
left it i is his
and retlri.ig
on : fruits.. .. Inhabitant\ ,of the moot remote Vere Burr sympathize with them in the ,
Borne thief IaiaedtUI.rne/ to
pocket. Thousands of soliUera and death oftbeir Infant', which occurred '
mburbs. at
fait sleeping apartments by raising jIJ W. H. Pent ha sold out his barbershop Pianos Organs Sewing Machines.t
aided in the Marietta, Ga., on- Monday
police allaying panic. morning ,
screen, and when Mr. Lofton awoke and business, and haa..purcbaHed a .
next morning tbe money. had disappear) ? plantation, pn$ hey Largo, about forty "The Deputies of Venice have tele- Particulars the sad event have not I t sell direct froni"the Factory. "" r '
ed. A revolver and gold watch were miles south. of Mtoarf. fie will take a traphed to the Government .for autboozation yet been received. Tbe interment took The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment, *

No tonsprial duties, faf' whlleTand to establish a. lottery. to raise place at l\Jarietta.-Mlaull News The ConoverPl.nos, the cable Pianos ,
, left on the dresser undiatu/hecj.' clue rest from his a ) ; .. ,
The KinKsbutv Pianos the Wellington
been obtained to who /lath oversee the planting of a f Krge f if nds to rebuild the tower. Pianos, .
1 lias o far as will .. The .j
Congratulations' are now in order t. Chicago Organ. in twenty-aloe styles. ""
guilty party. pineapple plantation and will algobav*. The fropia lilJn's\ glad to correct Mr, and Mrs. C H. Raulerson on Jfae. Very lowest Prices and on Liberal Term. I .
1 quite an acreage<< |I/J/ tomatoes nest sea.oo. an> error insde last, week {in-{ihe list' of rival' of a baby girl. / Catalogues and Prices Furnished on Application.

Th. Beet Prescription for Malaria Mr. Peat will vsassociated with gentlemen; elected as executive !pomp !-. 4:9PS -- IU Instruments Takes la Exchange 'o. Tea' Celsbratd l singer Sewing HicJilai .

Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Clove's him if> r, Colby,,who was big, efficient tar iiltteemen. W. A. Filer was elected Needles ant{_Attachments for an kinds 01 .
the Cough and hewing Maebln.
sists'nt 'in Tny will t: Works off the, Cold. Mall 0..1_ will .....1".' )
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron the barber shop. IIJ[ Leuiou Cl.y; -Precinct No. 9, he re- yrompe Altentlon.
boat built to be used on the Laxative Bromn for ffC
ryl t a.d quinine.In a taatelesa.. form. No have a large calving 41 votes as against 37 yqtes J ,
ono No pay. Price 50 all"tf route between Key Largo" and; Miami. Warren Uitcbcl I'). a cold In one day. No core, No pa1' c. JI-tt ML- 811ri'1.URIDA ;,, v. ERICKSON." / 7

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EXCURSION ed it out that the average congressional' GOOD

CAMP lf M CLARK l 8tORIE 8. life of a representative lit only four 0 $
RATES TO 1nMI I years.Governor Dockery of Missouri, hta '. A FORTIETHANNIVERSART RICHMOND,#OA., WAYS.PROUD' OF ITS

.::....--- mind running the rapid change of ., (0) HIGH .

Plorida's Magic City Will Celegkv tbe personnel of the house while In I TO NEWoORLEANS WAR STORY .
after Ills election to th* 0 Pin Road 1m TbaCo.aty Comtraded
'= brat Its Sixth Birthday Humor Ready For AU Otto Washington ---
h gitberorttorial chair, said; ,- mad Maintained fcy on July 28th. the Mr. .. V April 24. 1862 p!: 'M Tint Labor-Plan Very laavvMfnl.Road .'I
f; :,. lions :In Congress. "At-tha funeral of late Ding* 0Q
;, ,J ,- le1If Main I remarked that there Work la posh Carouse

'. Jeglnntng.; ou Jbly f =|a8th an4 eon- ware then but elxbtcou members of the ) (0) CO) 4CO 0 0-0000'000 Q Richmond claims to be the \banner
In the FortyclKbth -
:b; gfftn bi"une who served with me ''
ming for tout days tint citizen CIanlf Funny' 'Thing Missed In, the'Reportera' 'county: of Georgia In the matter of
>JUx>klng .me
congress ,
[ FU., will hold a Jubilee ('Ii cell Qall.ry-Th Man Who aoW. I And but eleven of those left Of [Copyright. 1608, by O. I* Itltmer,] large enough to blow the sloop cl1t'of good roads, and Its eland IB well founded i

tion 6( two' important ,event in it* Ran Away From a Cow ()l'\ly't\ to Enr the eighteen who were li the house on ARRAUTJT'S, fighting/ ships I water;landed !In the Brooklyn's timbers, There are about 25O mile of graded '

} _, Wry, -tl 6th anniversary :of tbl!|i counter .a..B.*r-.Why H"''DIdri't Rerrialn the 11th Of .''el/rual'/ )'. JSOfour) ;" F weighed anchor soon after mid I I but did not explode bccnunii the Confodeiate roads In the county, of which from )

c 'granting; of It* tbarter a* city, anti the In the Hole-Advlea; From i a Bland, ICrraeiitrout. Boutelle antj liar night Apl'll'-2J;:5fi: <12, and by :2 | gunners In their hurry had seventy-dye; to a hundred are gravel

t : ,"tebeat". congressional', appropriation. : of Mart Up. Tr.a-How a. 6p,*oh. Wa..poll.d hior-bavf,been removed by denth, and i. o'clock a. m. were' making the the failed' exploding to remove free the lead Paoslug patch from and roads and the rent sandy roads surfaced
a ..ooo.'oo; to* deepening( harbor.! : three-Rppd. \JIluu.lIltd Yl'ttlJ-b"; :1 first dash towui'd' corrylnll"- out the or- on with clay. The county annually
leaving the Louisiana the
-\'l\ .ga |th* southcrnniotl yoiat( retired. This suggests how rapid have : derto "proceed up the Mississippi l Itiooklyn raise about 124,0001 for the maintenance
blow from
got a the and
i' >? ..aUlas the Halted ;State,. It (tCoprrlnht.. 1902, by Chump Clarli.) been the political changes within the river A French admiral and a British at the same time a ram MumiHaua from the/ of Its chain gang and road Improvement. .
shot rumwblctt
Hon; Galnel ot T.unea- lust few I IBroking captain had sailed stream the )
John Wesley: years. i up even The road.
rapidly growing city of 3 Ocd fop t- I I smashed through the plunking are entirely constructed
log before and talked with the Confederate
ents "Tbe IlernoltagedUtrlct
tea, wild epre a Calf.T4os and maintained convict la
tlF and U the ohiet center of tlie and lodged In a saud bog barricade. by
la not only one ,ot llid mo,.i; Governor Dockery: told of how, commanders lu Fort Jackson and .
lion ,which produces. .the but* offegetable fort The ram, lay so low lu the water that boy. Richmond county has a unique /
? Philip the heavy ,armed citadels
.and lu the a'Otorgla used .old' story to
.trlklnf( picturesque figure orator a a the Brooklyn's gnus could not strike system.
supplied. .t. tbltnortb111/ house, but I I. universally recognized a*, Illustrate.bow the'IMMdler of the Road which guarded the channel They told her William F. Eve who Is now and has
torkets In winter. Prom i thU aullrc. Pnrraicut that It would be ,
a coming man. Indeed tw bus already i era blindly: followed .the, detUHSogues: / It wits still (dark and the river veiled been for uenrly twenty yearn the com ;
for bin wooden barriers
'bit derive of fens.j3tw ships to the
farmer a net profit pass
who "li'd them. '
.arrived. B. In. uot atrtild to In! smoke. One strange ship which missioner of taxes and revenue, has
: td >,fedb per acre. peak out In meotlua and: po scHniy the "Some of you," said the Gi-orglafy! ,: In of his obstructions the enemy had placed passed the Brooklyn close on the portside complete authority for making? and expending 7;

The railway lines South o( Charleston courage' of V" couvltluu[ the raw, "fomlnd, mo of Johnny nizfin. who undertook of the forts.way and IIvt.tbrouerb'. fire l would 1 have been sent to tbe bot- road appropriations He com '

/lttants'aad east of Mobil/ have sort ;of couiug* which Intl1loa't." IaItJ'" to .break yearling bull calf, Farragul had 192 mounted tom by a broadside, hut at UiiJ moment bines ln his oltlee the power usually
'mad a rite of oue-and-4-qtiartrt;, fare the iron soldier who aleepa at The her- and to rnnkesuri 'that the calf dldqt" seventeen wooden guns and on of firing n voice, on the deck of the Driven to the board of county commissioners. /
war sloops
for the''round trip to Jacksonville( .n 4 J mltajr get away tied tbe roper aroubd* bis own *"" The enemy could bring to gunboats. bear- sloop railed out; ''Don't shoot! It's the This system of a one wan 1'
and Brother Gaines la much given to .interjecting waist. The breaking process' 'angered The order l board of commissioners brings more
from ]acksonvm. to Miami return. Intbe 120 guns on land and forty In batteries Iroquolsl" was obeyed and
and be split a crack
f casual remark Into the the yearling certain action and where the office 1.held'by .
a thus the
Confederate gunboat McRae,
the tar U.only $7.50. 'atmosphere toward' the swamp ,.aflont: Below Fort Jackson the firstfortress
of Otber members to peep bis 1 a man who Is such a thorough
speeches whose captain bad Just been killed by ;
The citizens of Miami are preparing -while a line of anchored bulks bound
John only bit the blgh places,
.hi. believer road Is. _
and'lfgravat opponent Improvement .
friend. a shot from the Iroquois, got a short as
together with Iron chain cables had
to entertain their visitors with amuse lu their mad carver they paused H qelghbor .
buworou.others ., Eve there will be constant Improvement
Some of them are decldedty; \ : lease of life, Tills Incident ended the : Judge
obstructed channel
completely: the
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meut of :various kinds.. sarcastic. who yelled to John. 'Where tart'' In the highways the
.laclud- bitterly you (going 'Dnmned t ,lf I know b,., the night of the 20th when Farragilt' stirring adventures of the Brooklyn .I Bays
Many distinguished' persons, Koplcln of flit Louisville CourierJournal.Richmond
On. one occasion. Mr. chief of staff, with the crews of She hnd been sank seventeen timesIn
he sailed througlLJtbyalN! \
..lag{ Governor Jennings( snd'the'1otldipenator4iad dole chairman of tb# committee pq the replied. the.bullf"HS / ''-a couple of gunboats had cut a pas1 the! hull and lost t thirty) five men. The had only one or two Improved
representative!; Id Coo. census, ia explaining :hia 'pportloq'meat Ask (1 sage through them under fire Through wooden ships of the Federal fleet nel- : highways previous to Judge '

: esa! are; expected to be to( attend,. bill attributed Nebraska'Utss/ of A Graceful and 'Grielou.'Deed:. .-, Eve's election to the office of road com rr
IIn"" a member to wha't he; deoouilnatud l Personal frlunUsulps are by no manner missioner. About the time he'took the
'' '.rss-wow-.. (' h. curse oT Populism." ,lair, Sutherland of means cotiuued to reptescututlrvi office the county' organized and placedIn 1

JJ of, Nebraska resented that state '" \belonging,to. the sane. .party. In' charge of the road department/ a -
went and launched into a glowing uu>' fact, I urti inclined, to bx-lluVe that meuIth road engineer and organized the misdemeanor -
'URGH nIQTJ0ESti lo.tP| pf Nebr 81a.!; After Mtatlng..the ,liv: N Kim 11111' tastes are more likely| to, convicts Into a load force.A .
J? creased vote,.of' Nebraska, in the last bv close personal frlentlM. by rcusou of report made by Judge Eve some time 4,
ten years he smarted In on the Increase bvlODRlngf to UltTereut IUI'U..H In that since on the roads of Ulchmond county
; ,'L ntb9dld Church, of live stock 'and:said: "In ISU()" tbenuntbarrfcf cose the elt'nients pf rivalry and j..nl-I la as follows: ;f
; !: horse* 0h6the4number0ofshtalrlvtCt'1T8,58df ; oimy artft larking. ilowewr Unit maybe i4pj "The class of work done lu the countywas
; f!eacbfnij at p'u!1q.It'd' j! _, It\wn*'63flt)1J5\ ; I 14 .,Colonel William IN'terB n"IJblll'n'ut. first the effort to reduce the
"itl} l 'evftnlnjf .errlunq ;' at,7JO: o'o gek, $ ( In \WlO It wa 871. Iowa nil able and luten- It";|)ulillouu. {,e. > grades and give the roads proper drain

m \ >y" School at 9'-; 111. 875, Q'lncre..e-1n the number of and loreinor' 110'k..rl: H-prtwutvd adjoining age. The gravel roads of Richmond '

4 pworth: League,ati(3( pRv. :m. beep of' 102,680. Just there ,Brother : 'dlsti-li-tH l ':! They liiaiTii. i .hoHontcronies. county are made from gravel obtained

f, C Frvd/tiackburn/ pastoj," dalnea, evidently' ,ruminating on 'Ne When tic poHtodlo approprlii from South Carolina at a point about
braska'* political somersault lu the last tOIl: bill( wax''' liefote for Fifty.Hixtliun, S seventeen miles from Augusta. This
------' presidential campaign, remarked l sotto gr; (
Congregational' church voce, "Mostly black sbeepP which' the houst- Mr Bromwell! of CliKlnnutlcbawU pebbles, cemented together by Iron oxide -

,Service at tbe West Palm Beach Con amused all who beard It lu tbe'dfhutt*' tliat'noiuv rears, and sandy clays. It possesses all the
o Land!*' dew Story. befurv-burkery l bail secured an appro. essentials oC a first class road material ;
: egatlonal l l Church .t 11 a. ni.;and 7130 Once lIon. Charles B. tnndls of Indiana prliitlon for H fiixlmiill train wont over and Its cheapness ((OS cents per ton oil

k p.::m, preaching./ by the. pastor' Rev. 8.foe. and myself gave our Joint lecture tbe-rliintu fV road tot tin* Jlx-nellt of the board the cars at Augusta) Insures Its

: .. / on Imperialism before large audience ICniiMiiH (lit,. 'inlll'ullag InlP'-'I'II. III one'of general usage on tile highway. of Richmond

rlstian Endeavor. at 6:30: p. m.Sundayschool lu Carnegie ball, Plttsburg. tor the ben-: which Hutkriy ovni-d a...Inrgc/ Much of county."

at to ... m. ant of a Presbyterian. church.Landls stock instantly Colonel,JII'IbUI'III'UU1i' ,The 'cost of constructing roads of
Song service and 'pastor' Bible class claimed during the. debate to tl,,' rescue of the reputation of bli' this material has been estimated by t
alweut Democratic friend denyingBrouinvll's 11 Judge Eve at $1,000 per mile. This ,
y1 Pr yer-na etl"i on Wednesday, at that In the. last campaign Democrat
kept jumping about changing iHsue-' charge as to Dokery'. seems an unusually low estimate when

.'30 p,..p', 1 Invited.. from Imperialism to trust,. (ram' trusts ownership; ofntock and liearlnic clni'[ e the excellent quality and durability of .
All cordially\ to silver, then- back .to Imperialism.! ful. ,evenrbement.. witness. to bis-Incorruptibility. these roads are' taken, Into consideration. -
-- etc. It wan et gracious and, .

db BaptUt Church. I Then ba untUrtoofe; : xpUlt to,his' eraceful performance. The_ aequel' : T'- The chain gang of Richmond county I

" P Divine servlcesjat the Baptist church own satisfaction why. they hopped .that O,>,:i,>riior.DocUery" : Invited Colqp'.1n"pburn : consists of about seventy-five convicts ?. "
t about so much,: and be did\ It Iq this. to return home via Jefferson 'each of whom Is said to cast the county _.
Sunday t II si-m'. and TOO: p. m. -" wise: ? City, to be bin guest and to deliver a'' 80 cents per day This estimate

'Sunday-school at no' a. m. Prayer "Once a tall lender, agile man and a nonpnrtlsnn speech before the two Includes board and clothing or the

t 1 niecti Thursday evening. at 7:30. abort fat. slow motioned man were houwi'S of:the leclslnture, and In orderto convicts and the salary of superlutenlent .'iJ

.All. ate welcome, Walking through a field when tbey'en- render IlepUuru'[ triumph the more : l-t night watchman and elgbt or ..::1IIf,

H. M. STO: GM,, Pastor. countered a cow with' a young calf pronounced Governor' Dockery also Invited a-- ten guards. .
: : !Thinking!! they meditated\ .bHrw' -.to'her; !. ttie :MIsHourl dPlejriitlou to, .lie The testimony as to the convict work
---r't baby) the cow became Infuriated, after present to listen to Colom-J) Hepburn's I. that It Is eminently: successful and
FREE TO OUR READERS the manner of: cow brute aud 'ga',- 0I'IIt1.01Tblll I I. what the lute jleurrrlJunaea := i that no better disposition of the convicts -
chase ''to' the two nieu.: The tall one A. Uarlleld would have denominated .... could be made than to employ ".
': .'.Botanic Blood Balm' for the Blood. cllmjbed, a tree, and tbe short one tell us "0.... of the flowers whichbloom "GIVE THAT RASCALLY TUU A 8UUT1" I ,them !In this way. It Is a pleasure to

:,,5 .. U you suffer from ulcers, eczema,, Into a' (Ink bole. 'Tba cow passed by \ over the garden. well of poll. drive over the Improved roads of Richmond
scrofula blood poison, cancer, eating
4- and. ,.missing them turned to look tic." county. They have raised the
boll bone
skin ,
*--ore-10.*,,\ swellings: .. ;rheumatUin! ., catarrb, aboot,her.. Just at. that time- the short Slbley'i 'Unlqu* Career this opening ,the leading division of ther avoided' the Confederate lronclada I values of the farm lands In the vicinity -

"' or, Tmf blood or skin disease, we advise man poked his head out of the hole to lion Joseph Crocker Slbley's congressional sloopn) And gunboats, under Captafh nor rushed.1 Into collision with them of Augusta very much and have
: you iff take Botanic Blood BalmB.( B. B.), He If the coast W.. clear. The cow career Is remnrknble by'reason Till o.l.irus: ISnlley steamed cautiously! 1"ul'ra"ut, ol' el'ed the big sternwheeler undoubtedly contributed greatly to the
Especially recommended foe old. obsti- saw him and made a dash at him lie features growth of the city which Is one of the
of It. multiplicity of uuusiml In passing) Fort Jackagn! !1 the noUes on MUxIsslpplto: try to ride down the ram
mate, deep-seated cases, cure where ark'else disappeared Into the sink bold, and tbe no leu. than for bin uno ueatiuuud shipboard t, alarmed the Confederates MauasHiig\ and thc ram promptly most beautiful and enterprising. of the .
....- fails, heals ,every core. make the cow rushed by They kept up this bide : Cameron I south having large commercial flint .'
ability Hf began jolltlus an a oil shnl't and they were ready to w shetred and ran ashore Then the Mississippi \ -
t 2, blood pure and rich, gives the skin the and seek.business for some time. At IJepubllrau. "which uieaosa radical Hepulillcau. come Kiuruut's;: second division. hen I stool off and riddled her with manufacturing Interests. y,

q: rich KlBWuf boijUe. health.' sent Druggists free by It, writ-pet'Jarge Ipst the tall! man from hi. coign' f vantage uud was one of.the furfamedUIMI ed by ha! Uugshlp Hartford with a shot until her cables were cut and she South. Carolina has moved In the ,:

.?., 'IhtPBloo Balm Sample C6., Atlanta, hiaw'Pa- In' pa tree :top 'called out to the who went down with Uvneial fusillade from 'the batteries on the drifted b/'lplessly down tbe river finally \- matter of Improved roadwrfiys. Severalcounties If
acKbe t>'tfbuble and free m dicV* dviceent bort one, 'Tou fool, why don't you Ural at Chicago Then be!' gravitated bench and from the lofty parapets of I exploding In midstream.Whl'e I have Inaugurated systematicroadwork.
la sealed letter. Medicine sent at stay In the bole The short one yelled or. e\olued( 1 Into' the Democratic party,_ the fort liul ley's ships passed on to : FainiKUt: was! "prooeedlna\ and the.state transfers to .\

",C once, prepaid.. back.'Because. there's a grizzly. bear In and Into the extreme free silver wingat Fort rhUJp. on the opposite ban. tbe Mississippi", tin'ouuh:) fire \and smoke the counties from which they were-
:l +.* the, hole! that, wblclt wall a tremendous swing Tlic gunners of this fort were driven and blitzing guns Porter continued to convicted all convicts- that were sentencedto .
f' .A Waterspout. ".$dkewt.ecobtlnuetl.andla.: "there of, the polltlcul pendulum. Indeed from. their: posts by a hot fire of grape; bouibnrdthe water batteries at the a term of less than five years- i.
Heavy was a grizzly bear In every hole. In when 1I1'"L"me to congress It was stud ciiulutcr before1 they could 'cripple.llu' \ forts At noun of the S5tu'. when the and these with the misdemeanor convicts l
One of the heaviest waterspouts that which the Democrats took refuge !InCh give to each county a good road
the result. of a"triple nomination-Dem6crntlc. lending ships Above the tort tbeCa.msrtr Federal flcvt was known to have anchored -
was ever witnessed In this section ap- last campaign, That'. .. why- they. ropullsKacd Prohibition. During : Varuim and Oneida dashed lu trout of tar city of New Orleans working force. Most of the counties jJ.,

peared Friday afternoon at about five! jumped about so much" his fret term be wan the only representative !' Into I enemy's fleet.already\ mgvtilgd..ro Porter balled Fort Jackson to have purchased more or less Improvedroad "

'docklu. Hillsborougb bay some die Spoiled a 8pech from. nOI'th.of the,Potomacand stream tq meet tU0 Invaders.The surrendir The Confederate command machinery. Several road bills are .
tance off BallastlPoint. It was Men by After'our joint lectqre Professor" Anderson east. ofthe. AUeghanle who' unfalteringly \! i\utdu\ < J pf paddle! wheels and the er. General Duncan replied that he pending In the legislature!' now In session. : ,

e4- hundreds at Ballast Point. DeSoto Park, (librarian of the Carnegie: library and loyally followed tl@stuudurd ) lli'liM! '! { of tlwforta had summoned themto must first heaiv-fioiu New' Orleans: 1 mill. One In each of them county Is to for levy roadwork.n tax of .
steamer Manatee classmate of Landls. save n* II of "Silver Dick" Bland At the scene.Kairagut'a. Porter; suggested that Farragutwas '
and the
I In the city oq Is to a state aid system
acursiontrp I juncbeon: at a swell)hotel While w.a, tbnt time a D"mo .ratlc vice presidential 1 flagship nartford, alone looking: after New Orleans' but to wave Another adopt ,
which wale, retqrnlqij from an were' disposing of' the toothsome uotutuatlon was. easily within, Sibley'. uinilt the: first heavyfight at Port all dispute he would put a few thousand with an annual appropriation of flSO.000. .- 1

$ Thegyrgtign.osthespqut".werewatched f ; lauds we naturally got to- telling campaign -'. reach and; a presidential nomination {'bill; II. '"tier consort, the Brooklyn, more bombs Into the deQant forts.Hekept 1'

with interest, and discussed ont' experience; when Landl told uot beyond, hope. Now' heals I back In liiul alitliitecJ'to: :!! pass the gap in, the oj> firing until April 28 when, Earlr Asphalt Road..
all side after, H had, subsided. ..The this 'amuplng anecdote: -Iu 1880 we his old home bill ,ancient habitat., the obstruction and,keep In line, but ow- Duncan concluded that New Orleans IJIstory and tradition have furnishedus

/a spectacle was a remarkable ,one. A. were-having redhOt Dgbt In Indiana, [Republican ramp Notwithstanding lag; tOo the. darkness got catigbt (li n Sere. bad left him tojil fate and hoisted the with the basic! Informntlon which
whirlwind of great velocity struck the In which the bloody shirt figured con- his numerous changes of base be retain bulks by cue- of her own.\ dangling\ rabies white flag. has guided ua In building f tie civilization

point at which the waterspout occurred, plc_oolyr Tbe'entire' civil war wa the personal friendship and respect uuderthe!' Ore\ of Fort Jackson. The ofQcers who were to arrange of today. It Is said that In prehistoric -
and immediately .carried an Immense fought over again on many stum pa., of 'all'tvbo-know him for" be ft' purge\! unknown hero ,ran out and cut terms of capitulation met on board the times the Incas of Peru built

of water swirling into the..lr, John B. Lamb, Democratic' congressman ; : 'the most atnlable I of mortal, bright a* the hawser .with nn ax, and (ben she historic little steamer Harriet Lane roads that extended from the tropically -
T. quantity / from! ,the Terr llaut* :!qinrlc.t.prepare ( I{: i <"flew diver dollar exceedingly: charitable swung tbroi gb the gap Into a nest of which bad played a part at Fort Snm- I heated valleys up the mountains to
For a dUtaqce. the} water! seemed to go an elaborate.taustical 1 speech and matt believe him sincere fire mfts. ter. After Porter had signed. Commander the region. of perpetual frost. using

HP perpendicularly} (hen! t it took', another bn, the subject la"which he proved con. and that his kaleidoscopic and meteoric The Hartford soon after passing Fort Wainwright of the Harriet the natural asphalt rock, and these

couraertill: 'rising higher by,; degreeu.Meanwhile lu'lveI101.t least to bl*.own latlsfac- career I la due pot to a desire for Philip encountered a' blazing; Ire raft Lane took up tbe pen Just at the moment roads are in good condition today. The
the water .f;the base was non, that there were .more Democrat office. but to some uncontrollable andinexplicable whlcb WUH pushed against her side by he was called from the cabin by discovery of a large section in Kentucky .
being churned and agitated a. It It was than-nepubllcan the Dnlou army. luuutal Idl
tormented with a tboulaud'dell1oo.-Qr and therefore that the Democrats really Out of HI. District*"" firemen und stood by.until they pat| put\ the startling news'that the Confederate scientists have pronounced a perfect '

", monster of the ae*. Finally, the whirl. deserved the credit for overthrowing / Anotber peculiarity of his public life the fire whit climbed!I \ ball wiy to tUf Ironclad Louisiana was In flames, and -natural combination of asphalt :
wind Jost Its Jorce.after 'the water bad the Coafeder c,.. One day Lamb, Is that he I... "o far ft* I. have been able tops( Pit tIll lm-uhllC aide '"' 'lllmt'' drifting down stream Into tbe group of and quarts .sand roost valuable for '"
peaking to a big crowd, recited bit. ot that ..verrep."ut'.d drove fp)) Hartford men itoiu. their Federal vessels anchored before the paving purposes and far superior to
two men
feet into the air, and to ascertain one
.w been carried many bewildering table, ae 'Olual.'and a* a rural districts whlcb!!: tbey gum Rod Kurragut ahrnttJ"Don't: (oft, and she was liable" to blow up at any artJUcIal combination that could .
then the Immense volume fell to earth, clincher turned to an" old Unloq *ojdlef did not live. Ktranffr: ,to any. tbe other Htueu at that fire! ; boys Give that'ae' any moment. Porter said to the Con: be made; Is of vital Importance, says ,
pur.diug'p'reU)-""* well the same course it a personas! ) friend who was! standing also a rennsylvanlau-Albert Gallatlq tally llttlw tuu a shot: Don't let her federate offlcer who 'were yet to sign:, the American Asphalt Journal. The J
:, lain t*\oq )foiqg( qp. 'the (411 ot the by with ,the button cat to* Oraad ..tba great Bwlss statesman, friend escape:P Thetug was sunk. Alreadythe "If you can stand the explosion we day may not be far distant when every
veal volume of water agitated; the bay. Army In bl* lapel, and said, 'Pick and ,cgotlili-ntiul adviser of Thomas Hartford had thirty-two shot,.holesIn can. Let us gi on and flnlau tbe capit ; city and village will bar all streets

,\, (or several mile around n i la not be, were there. not lot of Democrat Iq JeCTersoo( ,and Janae Madison It I I. her hull and rigging ulation." Duncan next. took the pen paved with asphalt rock, a material '
from th* wart 'Wugbt'you are. ,,Job II.' ro. Wbll Farragut was fighting fire the and was followed by the second In which Is not only the moat durable,
Raved that one suffered\ injury not so rare, though; by no mean cow
s.4 x any .
'and for time the command. tbe last name was axed and noiseless.
Herald, pllfld the veteran they cam mono for city district to be represented Brooklyn lay a deaden but cleanly j
it, how.ver.-Ta..pa tooP IiIQob' under the Fort Jack the were lifted from their
blamed near llcklvg ua n by nonresident 3-11'j, Neldrloghan; current! guns pf party
__e. roar of laughter went up a* made the of St. Louis did not live Iq the district lIOn She would have been blown out seats by an explosion which threw the Wbat Good Koala Do.

;{' You Know What You Are TakingWhen leave* on the beech trees* quiver like wbU-b elected, him to "congress. Nor of water had the enemy fired low. ship over on her side The Louisiana Good roads, like good streets make
take Grove's Tasteless those of the aspen. After that Colonel did his Successor.Charles. F. Joy.; when But their beachguns were out of had blown op a moment too lute to cut habitation along them most desirable.
,,-you i I. Lamb was careful a* to whom be called .w first Entered'tb.::"bouse. range. and those on the parapet could short the capitulation. They economize time and force In
formula "
Chill Teolo because., the a* witnesses" sir 8lblej.'a: 'I. alo notable for not be. depressed enough .ie_ strike. Borne of the Confederate stilps fought' transvortatlon of products, reduce 4 '

plainly printed ou every bottle showing, Congressional.. Entr,no and Exit*. ..thefacithaftwUUr: t.'n representing one ship uf'I1I'.horu.. The Brooklyn opened valiantly at New Orleans especially, wear and tear on horses, harness and yi1
and quinine ia a with Shell and the fort Governor Moore, commanded by the market valueof
that it is.i.rplyIron I Representatives. In 'congress!! hold of. part Jbiirres\ hewa* Jn the acme shrapnel on the vehicles and enhance '
Ko No 30 cu. and kept It up until this Hartford was Lieutenant Beverly Kennon an. ex-orl- real estata. They raise the value of -
I 4" tasteless. (orm. cure. pay. ices on short lease aud by feeble ten! dlatl'l(*...I' tpAoy| th'"r opposite party (
i s1.-very-feeble. a* I found out to my inetvud, hluiat lf. 1iscpt in time. of .near of the Ore raft'and her Barnes extinguished. [ccr of the United Staten \"\"")'. Farrajkut's farm land and farm produeta'and i
t ,Theu'she steamed the attack was not a surprise after through
np II. tend to beautify the country
of at
'. Poultry Wire Netting. sorrow In the political 1. cataclysm political l revolution, for Instance
river and.. headedtor the Ironclad Lour I Uie weeks ,of deliberate preparation facilitate rural
U I dcfeated'tor reelection tb* formal l..a of the RepubHilTu! partythat .[ \ which they pass They
Clinton when' wa
celling the genuine 1804. woored the Virltbln of the lower fort. But aid ,
; We are whowaa the fifth 111h'lpp..n4d. t6 but one other biluim, which lay to bank sight mall delivery and are a potent a
poultry wire netting. inch meh, *t avery b.r.. Republican nomination wa offered -, lion Ashbel P Fitch of ?J ew abor fort Philip. The'Louisiana fired j the rushIn the darkness past the guns to education religion apd sociability.
4 low'price Just 10 advertise!! our.elvoB. man to whom the found a taker and who York. II* time to eongl-ess'as .a Rpubllcsn *- a couploof ntjots at the Brooklyn and through>> the Confederate fleet was Charles Sumner 'once said. "The road
before It .. ::thou closed her! port shutters to receive fa stunning surprise tollied_ _, fenders on and the schoolmaster are the two mostImportant
Write n* for prices. Idea of belng eUcted ,tomagrees and ,uc'cf'.ded..btinsell .... .
bad ao more broadside. and to the world. I IGEOUQB clrtliaatlon. -
Soppttr Co. the Brooklyn's t..the spot agents In advancing
h G BA T COAST tOMBKK Lien tha'be bid of being abkoono; Tammany
,'' Democrat.CRAnP Carat. One of the Louisiana's nlnetnch shell' L. KILMER.: : ."
h''.I:;''_, / juliS-jc. Ban Oallie, Fla pf IIw!,F' A.mOlll. Cummings l has flgup. <

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To Work Of t.... S.pr.m i Tout-B.. PAW C. JONES i .. W. O. MINNICK, j PAADtSNyRIOAINIDa"I ;} qty.t .
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I "tt': can be said without any: fear,*elf I **4trrt
''' in ever JONES & MINNICK
successful contradiction ,
1t At the recent session or' the grand department work of the supren. 'i 1 FLORIDA EAST COAST P RAILWAY, iv :; ,

Mr P'' ;I lodge "o( Michigan Fred
,-' .. for the thyme! re-elected grand and as good results- bave beeu atalnetl Building Intffeot Juno 8 1902
Contractors t. 41. ,
master work. as It was possible to secure.. It. '.. LOCAL TIME CARD
Mr.'Wet. above tl. ,. ", .
man. tar
achievements bave been 0.; t. s."" NO TM OUNIt- t.Ut;
more was born average, arid, with one possible exce; J.*>"''\. In Bock Island of Ita kind >',.*' i. I Na I ,.
tlon nu other organization Only the Best of Mechanics No. 19 No. IB (..INf.t tMlr
MAIN pad
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and 4
IlLIn 1807 In America makes as favorable a show pu Dally '' r,,." ," +I" "I .r
!became a. resl-f log either In point of expense or volume h ,. '
dent of MlcM- Employed on Our'Contracts { .............. .. .J6a" ..ondll t'' 't 1tV I
transacted.-Beeblve. Lv.Lr.
of business l* 1 .onTlIl'o..i..I: ::::::: :::: ;:: '
pI1g 1 .... ...; ok
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ran, In 1881, bave = .ae. ,.. ,.......i..p....... 1.
In Rhode Island the tents adopt pal .. .. AuRU Hi .1. : ;}
joining the Ancient .. S il p t J* :.::::;;::::::::;:::: :. .. .......... i
sir IP.4. .r..W.
whenever knight .
ed thai that a .
1/i-I r % Order of Is out, of rule work and wishes employmei WESTJPALM BEACH' FLORIDA. \,k'> p:li I p...........ay.. :.......N.ut........wTr.tP.lrtkali: ., ,.. ,::: :;:::::;:.aw.aw..:.: II la.. ,
P. : .... '' P Ia I ii
United' Workmen the record keeper of his tent will not)- la-uo-tf ;a"2 :o' 6 :::::....v...; ::::.u.eBuuneile.eku.:!!..!.....Iwpnnt... ,...; ,.,.w.t.am'...,,.,...,.. I ,: r
/ ,Jn 1805 asa fy all other tents In the state of tbe ;:+C +Qec .j f. II/....::.....:. .,........" : : .. I
............ >.yron..wwnl.a.wj.r.a.-
'charter member : .. .tf..I
fact. This plan works well and Is I a .. I:: 8 IP&& P .o. .....-
'of Cadillac benefit -. r.i :;: :::::::: :::r<444 1. w ;; r
ways. -
many ------ t i!
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J1;: lodge. H. served < In Ohio during the year 1001 more :. 10..r! : !);:!;:.i'ltvinvlllo.< k \;::<:..:..:.i:::::i:::::=:: pil: : r rC J.

: a* master members admitted : : ;:: .I".t ::::::::::::::::::::: : ....Cnonoiii. .. Iii '
\ workman of his than 6,100 hew were the'ln G. W. S. BELL. S :...:;... p..t.. .......... ...:.!pekle4ve: :::::::.:..,:;?::..::::::.: :..:.:..n... .4Op
; to the tent. This la said to be .... ...... .......: lod"rur. p ... ..: ,
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number'ever admitted in anyone ,.. .. ....... .. ..,..; .......
gest 3
.R.ID e. .wETx$Bi ; Bentcd k.In-the } .... .................'!I. "\.tlau ... ;y. ; I Iidg
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/ I year. Builder r 1<1 ....... pp' ....;.....................'st.Taelo.:;...::::;:.:::::::::::: It 011' .... ..; j
'' / grand lodge In 1897 and ;1803 and. f in Cpjatraetor and P ...............1............ 00. ;
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Parsons of the ,uniform rank, ...... ) ........... ?r ... .
Major ..... ..,.,' .WM6a *<*
of ttJurliprudeuce ,.............,....JWhtt.Olty. .nd.
member, ..... .
1898 :
: appointed a .
; was Isalways planntn i .. ...........:.............. IO'+la It
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at Mandan :;:::: ................ :-::;:. '
committee. Mr. We- 417. ....:...Tlbdl. .........................:. 1(1( 118' P B
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something to Interest the members and P.AX.M FLORIDA ....... 0p. : .... .. .. ,....I.. .
I morn was elected grand master work! WEST :BEACH, .. .. .".........*""................... ., 4.StUdrt. I.p I

# t1';r man at the session of-1809 and re-elect t. 'adverting bee the wedding order at, His the open latest Install was I aMacen The erection aud repairing, of all descriptions given personal' :::.:.::i Q& :....,..,......:::::::;n.sops;;::::: aoond.::,......?::::::::::,.:.4.4....,.... : : :..N.n: ::: i r/1'qBUFFET

!;vl ed in 1000 1901( and 1902. tlon of tile subordinate tent officers, fo. attention. PLANS AND SPBClFieATIONS FURNISHED. ::.;.:: I i& :....*::4.. :.....,.4. ::::::Weot'..Weeiinptter.: Jtlrn I BoMb.AiBpynton. .::::::::::: .4. ....Iii. : : ''t/!
f fs ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly I .... ..;... :. ...
Kentucky, barin mop.. .,, ,
,, The grand lodge lowed by n ball and stopper.Maccabeoe / ? .. .:.. .........,*.......... .i.,. *,.. rT,4 : ..... .1:
Y secured the" done. "References given if desired. ...... ...,... ..Jud successive ..
I\\s u. in three ;years In Minnesota started 100 'C..i. ( .: ::..:.::::,::,. : .... Ao
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two thousand dollar prize offered i;,' by gaining Over 800 members! In Janv. Completely Equipped for First-Class PlumbingResidence .........1.1 Ar.'fit..... ; .. ....mM1"mi...... .,..... .....Lv .

the supreme lodge to any JarlsdicUo ary.: Dulutb tent. No. 1, Is the target on Bvernla Street near Lake Front. P., O. Box 361 -- PARM>R CAM ON TRAIN us AND ,a. _
of 25 ceat In
mlll.tug a gain per I.R.t'
tent In the state having 000 members. r "
;'w, membership in any year, la workingbard BRANCH LINES BOHED' t.1nS. .
"' to secure it the fourth time with) /

f G every show of success.Some I ODD FELLOWS. Want / 'tlo. B7No. H.. BB 51.53 N..4$ Ne..ty PAX.ATKJUBHANOH. No.41 Mai 48 Na.60BELVBTOH. No.84No. N6.661.lly L.11y

of the "best orders bare al. Tho W.r to I.e..iu_ lJa. al.re.r..atpFrloadlr a Daily .Daly pity D.II7 Din); U.ny )ally Daly p,I Ip
&s1, ready auccvotbed to adversities encoui. 1 a a e. r p p
p 9 g
: Gripe.Success Lv 6 00 a 66 a 06
6 46 Ar
U 66 a
tered without being in existence hair! 00
never'gained in any: otl House
was Built ? .
Ma.D.ur Bi"rUT
1 the time of the.A. 0. U. W. ..a.I'theNebruka er way than by .close."application .to 17 Mo.45Dally iarr"M.AT1hb ., D.tly '

but !fblr' to Workman consider our encounters"fal It order Is tberefor as goo)- the work tbe In membership hand. If you of'want your 'lodge to increase .. '''-1,. >''' .II..7lliJ' t, Corilr'uc'toC; an l Builder. IB prepared ta give ha ly 1 80.& t.r .....................................e.n.Ie Lst.n..6.& aE ... .................. ...,....., o r $4 a a ,

as any until Its plan get out among your friends/and\ explain prompt. service and saLl fact ry work to any one needing --
uro. to them what Odd Fellowship' Is. Don''' anything'in construction. line. B a'y? 1o.tl penIle N* 17 No. B yg YPORT Det15 Aally e. II u rSM? b en e
( For many centuries tbe massive p.ramldll let them lead you off on that "jron Aelm. 1).117 Kun Ditty Dully )3YAANO11 Ex sun

": of Egypt have successfully withstood prattle." but explain to each the object Call on or address-- -. .. .... onry. 10 5 r iwksunvl r 00a s py p
tbe ravages of time and yet tt- of the order In a sensible way. .,Ln p p D I p e a" 6 Jaok.oa Ile V 6 (*a a
T. GRANT 10 a 00
H. H..oh S ft a
; i' J day they stand as tbe monuments br.a.I aside all tooli.boesl. and"a great mantimes : / p eI t 10 10 18 ii a& 'SP.e." AUanII. Boh 6 11 a 151 a p II '
..'.. great people who bullded well. So I i ItI' you will succeed. You cannot,ej. 8.6-.1902 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.No11thetn 1 p p Mj p to.e0 a Ar Me ri Lv 000s ? 40s

Is with the Ancient Order of Unite pect to"build up your lodge If you donor Bill*rl/ tRont.eteeplog01roper.don InlnetaadIL

\ Workmen-It Is Unlit upon a foundt. !.work for It outsideof the lodge
: tlon wilt endure.-Past-.GranDeputy : attend lodge I OB ROBq1TY No. 4
that room; A great many men Ne l l SA.WTORPBBAKOK No. 12UM No. I No. D.Ii7 Dally
"'"' L... Parker of New York. tueetlngs. but leave all their interest Dally 1)5111. Daily Daly II t.NQM _

r. I ,::: Tbe grand lodge of Michigan bas TOed ;'. Totted! 'up and never give the. lodg ; People tit ...... I p 1 a .N. Buirrno.... r p
1 :. LS.. .L.ko u p
: Lv..w..Nlm.. ..,..,. v p p II M O K.I.e. p
anotbe \
the of to '
to discontinue practice par: they go .. 11 N Lv..Orang. (1i7. .Lv 0 p 14 p
.,.,.OOIVOOB. v p
meehting.Beacon 8 St* (
.f 4L:::' ,lug cash premiums for new members. Light : Who / : BBS Lv..nlerprl,..... v it aonoo e p 1L465. Arbrang. IU0J4 a p 1 p
: in
winter home .
of .
last added three net are thinking building a. -iiioo, .01.4. v & Y
; Manitoba year .
; ,.., lodges ,and made a ,net gain of 120In ) West Palm! Beach should WRITE to These* Time Ttblos sbaw the tb.lr tmo arrival at l wUlnh or dojutrura tr lno ma 1 tbo y bo I/utu.t.ted e.p.et.d to ii arrive au/en...d nnt dep+ad.r6. '
voroa otuono. but
membership which la now 8.804. from nor do th.* Ko Gompuij bold two J re..on.ible totally delay or anty oonnpnes.fr g th.re '
There are now 2,000 Odd Fellowa' : : J. M. M. BR06KATchitect .

,'" Atlanta. Ga. Two of the lodges there .. Peninsular and Occidental' Steamship Connections at Mlama.
r I'"" bave SOO: members each and It is beIteved and Builder i.
.1.1'J that the. other four will reach the for Plans and Specification Contracts for anjcelze building !. DKTWBB.IT'KIAMA, KAY "WEST AMD-HAVANA leis

:, The long continued 'end Increasinj same-number within another year. whether hotel or private house, !given: personal care and] supervision. j: BOETTHBOUIfD. ,, STOBTHBOUITD.i. .
f. matte member who attends regularly and! Address West,Palm Beach, Florida. < i.. ........ T-3MnfcTi"! .'TJlr> ...,........- ...io 110
of Freemasonry a ; wo< "lUJp
I 1\ t.maMo a.
; prosperity says nothing Is of much more use'and .. K.o. ...3 Ijp Ar.'K jrWoo ......... ,., J BO .1
of the members of the . .w..p. as. | E K rWoofTuoo.Thur ............. 0
jAUafactlon .. .
better thought of than one who goes Irregularly .. fah l Thuro.- .., ...... e oa
i fraternity says The Mason/ek8tandard.. and says too much. S lvau&Wd.. Prh.>.......t.S'[ ...,: fcoOil Ar. ).Isms. d. >*ls. ?

I Tbwe never has been, perMtps a time of Leal ard addnw ani Agent
1 Timp
or eepy
\ the moral : I
; True Odd Fellows regard ) '
{I'' i!t' wbeo bernhlp so In many the'various: men bave lodges BOugbtmemo as at the.. obligations that grow out of meinber- J1\ S 1i.HOLLY J. D;jl.A 2tE1 Asst: fieliPss: Agent. ..B1;AtrOXTSTINE, FLA {

;1 ship In the order rather than the per. as
',.I '. present time. The Institution'was neyer I \

'r ,, I >iu popular as now. Its Influence timorn lonal Or,.pecuniary_ benefits.. '.+: BUILDER ii'-J _yY j .
'' :" extended than ever before and ;' /
,I' '.. Its poHslbllltles for good' are well nigh ROYAL ARCANUM., .
1, : unlimited. .. .... Or.d.rcoo..I1 .. .. ,
a G. A vr lo t for Ifa s.n 1 II
"l' A special charter bas been &ranted'to Bfot.. r I "'rowY.L.'I

'. /', the Musons of Porto Rico to conduct a different of tbe R.lchn.ond wa.hisagton Botltimoroi
Newspapers In parts i8trM
:E.t Royal Arch chapter! The Juan chapter and starts has TOuntry are publishing Items showing Coast Lumber and Sngy Como jGeneral ] ,Phtl-d'.lphl.: B..on' Atlanta,
been established In .
he: amount of money paid Into their .Aa>H.tlll. ..Ohata.noo. L.ul."UI. -
out under bright prospects. It has been I
p \ several localities.by tbe noyaf Arealum. Cincinnati St. r.oui. K.ft..Cllr
;. nam'!d..Bortngnen chapter No. 1. It is a good advertisement for D.tr.li ; .Clev.l.nd:' '1ttslsu.Chico. ..'"
'd I., New York city: Masons have established he: order says The Royal Arcanum Office Fla. : '
t \': a place where the dlstreeeed Mason Bulletin. Council officers should keep EaujGkllie. .! .to.J v .

l I It cared for. It Is known aex'TheSlelW account of tbe total amounts paid .
in Titusville Eau Gallie Fort Pierce
r and is located at .215 NorthIweotyflrst Yards, q 1
the ,
In their communities' and let, public -- J
street It la a tbree-story now V .. :9h t -
brick building on a plot 26 by 100 feet -
and cost 18000.. It la managed by theo The supreme council has petitionedthe Complete) stock of Lumber and Building Material of all, kinds. Sash, .

New York board of Masonic relief who Massachusetts- legislature for anamendment Doors Blinds andxButlders'; Hardware. ** '
to its charter authorizing .
have for I aJ
:: eighteen and twenty-one years'-of age.The 10 !' '' .4'
E Tbe thirty-third degree of Masonry '/subject Is before the Insurancetommlttee. .ddress all orders to the General Office.TO 's.1. .
:) was conferred recently. at Santa Fe ..Out[ i'TiCELEBPIATta: TRAINS I' : r

>(, I. upon Colonel Mac. Frost It being the Chelsea council of Chelsea. Mass., got f'
': first time in the 800 years' history of fix bona flde applications: ate smoker $ TheSoutherp's Palm Limited r< ,

II''. New Meslco that tbls degree was conferred and six promises out of ; THe ,W
> ".,' ". within the territory's limits.The recently good / shlngori, RicHmona ,and ;
forty visitors who! were not-members.
--t Illinois Freemason &Bltl/thls pertinent Unokera-xofteo! draw out people when __ ,.Flo.-- 'da ,Limited ,, I I ,;.

;r question: "Did you ever notice nothing else will ... THe '
:i -'Je New YorK nKd Florida Express .,)
manifested Mason : : :
tbe great hurry: by a ,
t. (.l\ In Guardian council of Easton Md., \ _
\. >w wbo has been suspended twenty years Secretary 8. B. ""Whitman is In biswentythlrd \ TO THE EAST.,, '.. ".
1' "fi I'; when suddenly make up his mind L \ "1111
of service. Treasurer ; '
."I': that he wants to be reinstated"1 Things I.; 11'. Wulker year u In bis twenty-second .PeDiiisnlar P Electric! Coiisiriiciioii THe CKlcajio .and Florida, Special: :,',
can't: go too fast for J .
rear and Collector Joseph S. Robson is -
";'. Patngonla has a Masonic paper. In his twenty-first year. (All have serv'd COM'PANY. THe Florida Limited' 0 ,.u1,
\ +r' Palestine lodge. Detroit Michigan.Is continuously and together to me NORTH AND WEST. ar

:'1'\; \': the liveliest lodge In Michigan. It publishes At a class meeting In Baltimore recently IS fOW open to the patronage of the public of West .4iltn
its monthly notices la. the form \, ;
'. F.k ; 2.16 new members were initiated Palm bash ,and vlcfnlty. _
1R 'H a of in eight.: page paper on the IQth of ot one In Heading. Pa.. ITS members -.. ht111 all .Llne.Jaebonvl11e' t. Ciaclanatl! vial. J

c' I 4 each: month. were initiated, and at one tTPM! In Paw. Electric; Construction of All Kinds.Annunciator ABlunriUe, r SlapI'aThCar .. of the Sk,.." NI : '

The secrecy of the ballot is one of the ucket.: R. I, fifty applicants were *.
t'" landmarks almost of Masonry and It ii made Royal Arcaulans.Knlahl. ALl, WORK UUAKANTEri! coa>ect>." with the Want Byttttn.and Florida.Emit C..et JUilway I ;,

: .' a sacred privilege Intrunted to every l'ul1a. Sl..pl_. Cars and Ilotel. : (, Dininr Car.fI pg? tiUJuoqbtrala. } .,J
'/ Mason It carries with 'It the gravest .f |k. Qaldm Bad. Offices in JeffereonBlock, 10-18-tf .. ,,.
: and Its wrongful UM Chief John E. r .!
responsibility, Past Supreme Burbage : '
Let P. O. 394. West Palo) Beach Fla. "Aak'rar Tloktte via 'e' "r. Railway. Ctrrtipssdtiies Stllolte*:
'j may put a stain on a fellow being. ot> Baltimore tbe founder of the order Y1r

not petty Jealousies private piques or ot> tbe Knights of tbe Uoldan Eagle. Is ,
fancied wrong,8od,, tipreanloo, the In health.ProKrpsalve ., Q XX' 1
t ballot and disturb the harmony of the castle No. 20. Baltimore. !=:.FrCAREYl FU; PM AfU;:JOS ""W Bir/St ;'JicbeavlIU: ;, .Fta.S. ....

lodge.-Sllaa B., Wrlgh{.' las now passed tbe 100 mark and occupies H. IARDWICx.. .q. &'.IL'TAYLO, ," r,
Is to vlsjt Memphis second place.I the .
Admiral Scbley: Ip Jurisdiction
BOND & BOND COMPANY Os d Tgwenger Arafw -As '. Ga'I Ps.. u
In April and bas agreed< to be tbe guestof t J. 8. Ada ins. ''a' member of Dorian Agar,

the blue lodges of tbe city.on. theM lastle. No. 274. of Philadelphia, Is now oitA'1'ED : '. yaalt.jact-o D. C. AMaala_. O*. ''
(lNCOHl ;)
SOtb. In the afternoon tbe-four lodges In Streator..IIU and bas a list of forty: "a._sksr IJ. 19Oi.t ... .
will confer the third degree and In the applicants for a new castle In that MANUFACTURERS OF '- c t'atT'

'.p' __ replug will give a banquet In his piaca>
j' i: e,. honor. -, 't ':b -' a ,,--

v' "Short form" and "waving all further i LUMBER. LATH'MD: SHINGLES L '
.. [

l..: "' by'a ceremony"Masonic body should says never Tbe be Pacific used 'FRAT N i .RTES J.J.It tFO! rf E. rdij' ,

l;" .. "t Mason' -"What Is worth doing Is worth. Ho'ri.' AL boring Siding and Ceiling, <>. Brick Lime and Cement. t1 .. .
r is motto that should always l
well doing" a
e '
'' ii I, la mind.This ': The'Modern Arcanam"I: "new fraternal IN STOCIC -- : {
be borne
ravel Roofing Concrelfl{ t'
,, "
,1. ,"" orjfanlzed at Oklahoma City. Asphalt Paving \

..r iI- h. So. '.. l...&. Pride ofthe Bronx Is the name of a OFFICE AND YARDS .- .s-l-1902- 1 .. ..1' ,i' ... o<. r....W..I sal

!t ,' '' Instituted In new circle of Companions of tbe forest ON F-E. O. RY.
11 organization was ., This Company after doing con.lderable..work for
jj k. and of tbe founders ot.> America organized recently In New .
i 1849.
.!; tbe Isaac year Hamburger'who-for,many'years ,fork,city. Between Poincetta: and Lake*Wdi1h_ : McDonald MoOijtre, Mr. Hamer (agent for' ;Joseph Jefferrtn) '

'i:: wits grand master and Is now an honorffy The highest salary paid to an officer ,,H'. Mayor. WhUMin.,, Drr Munyonvw',; ,(- P.. .liatohett, Anthony
''. of tbe executive: commit lfa fraternal order having Its bead- .
.member' ----r. .
Brothers and others will
the Alllbe
'for lIentbut.,
lit go away p' >
barters In the United States Is recelv.d : ,
U the survivor. tAKE
: J.t': tee.Herman only J. Goldsmith, tbe grand secretary by J. O. Root'of the Woodmen of the ORTHJBOAT WQRKS-;; .. back to complete contracts for work here' aDd Miami iff ..i. 1,

:j". of the order for twenty-fire successive Vorld.i It Is said be receives. f tt&< per '' A. T. ItOSE; ., Proprietor.aunches .'. AUGUST.. Anyone desiring work of this kind "olcido!! "eU' ,

'. years, :who'was also one of the! lontb.The Orderof Colombia bas\ been Yachts, Sail and :KIsb. Boats PRow Boats .and Dlngj?>s to write, BURTON E. COE COMPANY either ,Jacksonville

+ founders''fbe order died has recently.paid, for endowment lunched at Atlanta. Ua. Its promoters Built" to Order, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Onto or Tampa,. Our prices sro reasonable! l ', and all Our work Is 1 4'" :-

benefit 94.000,000 and bas distributed are prominent and influential men of Boat Yard at Mangonla. / guaranteed.

r. .for other benefits' and. donations ov" the lost Gate favorable City and conditions It starts out node )-18-tf "P. O. address WEST PALM BEACH FLA -.-Sast Coast. Work. Solicited. !.

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HAPPENINGS NEWSOFTHh' The fruit and melon business of the< <
Central of Georgia for the season ot I .

ABOUT Tm'STATE OUTSIDE WORLD 1901: up to and Including July iatl: I
< shows an increase of over too per cent
over the same period last year. The I
paragraphsof', Intefpst Concerning Items. of,Interest Boiled Down- and increase in peaches la good that in. tuel' ;
the Great Siaitpf Florida Prepared for Ausy'Beaders. ons and pineapples Is) better, while the )

7 "" ,... b. an.peneral. Record of a Week. increase in cantaloupe is phenomena> '!: \' .;
'J'' \ The number of cars bundled. in 1901 was., I i' i; ',
,0,0\;: "; !
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'\T1afl! DeLsud"ttevt,, U'' sgltaUog for a Floods In." Iowa ago Missouri heredone boa and la l 1902 1,396. All fruit.A ; : '.

.t I telephone system to be, built by damage to the amount of {:3,300 trade was closed in Valdosta, Oa., : '
ome capital. 000- :s.. Friday last, for 44oo6lacrea of timber -' n.,

,[,The dispensary) was voted down In -Tbq: data ot the Coronation King laud' in Lake and Sum ter counties,Flor- ; <
Ida, the sellers being the S. 1'.,. Varnedoe ,
ianate county by a vote of a to i, only Edward :VII ban been officially fixed i c
t "' ... Land Company. The amount of
for money ,
;one precluc't"yotlng for It. Saturday August 9th. '
involved Is a' little over $100,000 and a 1
Frank Richardson, a young negro .John V'f' Mackay, the Sau Francisco syndicate of Wisconsin capitalists are the

+ yas, banged at preen Cove Springs last multl-mllllonalre died,!lu.JLondon England purchasers. The ,deal has been pending

isy, for criminal assault lent Sunday from heat prostrat several weeks but was only closed .

vo(jty peach- growers of this part of tbe ion. ". """ out yesterday,, says a desphtch from Vol- .

utysent IO.CPOO crates of peael) *JtO A $5,000,000' fire d ..tl'oved"Guaa. dosta. The two companies which made

rket. About the average, net prices quit :Ecuador,-iast .week, destroying the sale are largely owned by Valdosta i i
[jr peaches! this season was 73 cents per: ninety of the principal business rand capitalists. The sale was engineeredby i ; !.

.,.' rate.PelIUI.Record.. residence blocks .. Mr. Mike Smitba of Winter. Park up 'I\
; ,
Fla.-Metropolis.: ,
., 7beubion, men of Jacksonville\ '"enafced : A pleasure, party consisting sixteen. a
'Jr in the building:' trades are ot a persona, was overturned, in a whale Ins reported on, good authority that( i,

strike. Jt Is estimated, thai; twenty-two boat off Portsmouth N. U last Friday the Georgia Southern and Florida road ,

,."1 hundred men ire out!! ; and U is likely and fourteen were drowned. will operate the Atlantic Valdosta and ;.

that )no settlement pan be made till the EJniperor' William, of Qermany will Western after the tat of {September';' and ; : I
the A. V. and W. route will be.the mainline the
'(foptractors agree to an-eiijhkhour day. confar about three hundred decorations !
VSericans who concerned of the Georgia: Southern. A, des?.. thl I ;
A yptp was takep in Titusville on oa were one
patch from :ValdoMasaya-that the trains .
't'pe.dpy nl last week, .to cbunge' fhef way another in. tha.visit to this count \ ) up
will\\,11" through that city from Jackson. ed.
I ,
last winter of of
O'.4 tCi"o. try prince Henry ;
patcA!! f to Indian Rive City. vibe( to Macao, ana ,only one train will
"bore were= twenty-seven, votee (in lavor Prussia. operate between ,Valdosta and palatka.

Of the change and .thirty-nine against I, The' Mississippi river fans been on arampage It la understood, however, that an accommodation -
,so Tltuaville it will, remain for sometime this! week and has overflowed 'train may be operated be. r I .

4 l t
"' Two Tears ago"For Reo. signs were that the farmer. in the vicinityof being a good deal of passenger traffic \ y

conspicuous On ,A large!' number, of Keokuk, Iowa have lost over ,$6,000-' that far down the road. ,

._ houses (la n/Orlando. One could see them 000. Tb. actual work of enlarging the /! '1

I nearly'every. block' in town. Today tornado, accompanied.; thunder. Clyde Line steamship 'Apache was ,begun .

tone sign, of tha. sort cau.be seen and lightning: And heavy rain and on last Tuesday at Cramps' yard, i

,where, and ,if there' Is a desirable denly swept 'over Baltimore, Md., last when the vessel, which bAd previouslybeen ;,
'.eto rent the :Record Is not awa'e Nine drownedIn ;
Sunday. people were in
h cut half was drawn apart pre
,, :r.. ,'.," L >ie fact.-,Orlando Record.Watermelons .the harbor and two other perished paratory to having,a new section 53 feet l'
: .
\p,II are almost,too,plentiful under faljiug walla. long. ut in amidships. The method of

'" : Nutloa3 They, seem to get Jarger A race riot occurred in Leavenworth enlarging( ships l is by no means new, although .

i '. Lbellet 9S the season :advances.. They Kan., on.' Saturday, the trouble .being it is always: rewarded 'as a great .

q i be bought) at 5 cents up to a quarter. caused by a negrb stabbing a soldlerNif shipbuilding teat. The Apache went to 1j
.The', quarter article is BO large that It Company P! Sixth Cavalry. The Philadelphia three week ago and since j

I requires a cart for ita transportation ai.d soldier* of the company,surrounded a that time has been .hauled up on the ( .

h ,w'ould. almost, feeds company: ,of soldiers. negro settlement and completely wiped, ways at the shipyard All the rivets : : :
I ai ,Cantaloupes have about"petered' out" it out, have been knocked 'out' of the steam !! ,

', Tbe few that come to market are inferior ship's plating and the keel and
The steamer Primus of Hamburg,
In quanty.-Saqford Chronicle. .trake. cut jus. forward of the engine, ( 4
with one hundred and eighty-Ova- Q
which.are not disturbed* The cut..hav \ \ (
one!day last week-Mr. Vickers Smith sengers on. board was cut iulwoand: '((1
l lug been made and the vessel divided into \ $ ,"
t l lost1' a large, fine cow at his home"place'! sunk by the tug llama on the river
two parts, the after end was drawn T ,, :
: Frnitland P H>. The cow was drink- Elbe, near Hamburg Germany,, last :'
down the 'owards the for
water a
t jig in. a. poni}. wheu ,a, large alligator Monday. About 100 persona were ways !
sufficient distance\ to enable: the' new nee. .
aught ber by tboaose. drew. her bead drowned. '
tion to,be built in. The work of separating I
t d ader the water and drowned her. Mr. $2
a Slxty.four: carload of bananas from :the two sections of the vessel was .
',with snyed' the' cow. from beingeaten,! Central America were shipped out of accomplished by powerful capstans and ,,: I' t

as y the' al hater,' bat reached the plateof Charleston,by the Fruit Dispatch Company jacks driven by hydraulic and steam !
the struggle- too late to. rescue her
on last Wednesday. This shipment power.p The ship now" being Jo two !
from th* saurian.":;Lcesburg Commer. '
I : took op the entire cargo of the parts, work will be commenced'' once, ,
p dpi Norwegian: steamer Taunton which arrived la .erecting the frame of the new section .
'flat The books l in the State Comptroller's. in that port Tuesday afternoon direct after which the plating will be pat ,

I'v" t office show that the aggregate: value of from,. Port Union,Costa :Rica. on. The hpticbe is almost a new yessel, !! l"t

.railroads and telegraph lines last yearwe. An Julian workman, named AntonIO laving been launched\ less (than two .

{ '119,645,612.17:: and that the aggregate Florine was killed ,by a dynamite explosion rears agjn! When,, the alterations ....,s'' ; : .
valuation of railroads and telegraph made she will have considerable the (
i ) (ID a sewer at Niagara fans, : i : t \:; \
lines so far assesred this year la f:10,087- than S.ooo tons carrying It _."
Dot. \yfen) the body was being pre- gross. capacity, I ,
054'94: an Increase"!! Ol? $4jI.442.77, to the new -section now being put I IBxrving Mr.
pared for: burial about: l .ooo in bills ot :
Wji, | sho'u4) } \\\e\ added about ':rooocp .large denominations., was Found{ tlpd a capacity for <,cpi 'additional' .
for but which
I railroads not yet assessed atouud the\ lean's. waist.\ He haalw.ya (| bales of cotton tn he hold, besides
.": will be included: l the assessment when been known M IJ pooi laborer, accommodations for many additional the ) i .
if completed. When completed the steam
with barely sufficient to live on. passengers
-- C..,- Uobh., secretary of the Bleciiway ship will resume {its place oiv. the Clyde
; I t I Company 1s home from Eight tundred thousand dollar is the Line\ between New York Charleston and the

t. New York, where he went to enlist estimated amount of the damage doneat fackson/ill: Fla., and will be one of tbe as
Mr Hobbs Venice by the fall of the tower of St. finest in the
"f; capital: in the enterprise. ( vessels the Atlantic coast | l
5 says his'mission met with'success, and MU' '" The Municipal,, Council bos, t 3de. lie

that the road will certainly be built at I Opened a subscription the rebuilding ---+. \\ : ;
an early date. John B. Stetson. it Is of the tower,'an4) the" Sansovino loggia : but \
contrlbutlo'm'of ldIooO. Fell Over 100 Feet.
with A discussion
) a $
t stated is to take $13,000: la the road and : ;
Vo- is going on M to whether the A thrilling conies from Niagara i
tbe line I. to be extended through story !\, w" ;
lads\ county"to the coasMhua reaching .owe* shall be rebuilt t la its ancient formor I' Falls of a contractof{ who: toe) \ .sj horse the ;

from the Atlantic qpean to;the Onlf of on modern lines.' It will disturb thepeople tend', wagon by their falling over tbe

rr r #'esico.! -: antordChronicle. of yen ice |o bear the' opinion, ex, brink of tbe deep /gorge of the Niagara: : I '' 1(

Lfttefg tent have been granted for pressed by,the city architect, Professor Fortunately the animal; did not fall to ion ; (
C !
Wagner, that \rite whole city- is doomedto hundred .
> the incoporation, of, the Lake Hancock the bottom of the gorge over two l tug ,
destruction. He asserts that the subsoil
feet but landed on a ledge.
& Clermont :Railroad' Company wit!) .
ba.inei."office. at Carters,Polk county* has deteriorated* and the piles and Tbe Niagara Pall Record in describing A
>Ularaare rotten and unable to stand /
tbe accident aye: he '
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Tbe capital stock U $35,000: but maybeIncreased : |
the pressue on them.: Hartford Times. "A peculiar and altogether!
at any time to $100.000. The unprecpjdented
1 object of this company is to build a system The Richmond. Fredericksburg ,and accident: happened\: at the stone It :

t '' of railroads, on Lake! Hancock, Potomac and the! Washington! Siputberu, quarries'at the Devil's Hole about 10 and !
forming ,the JI .mije line between o'clock Saturday morning As a resultof
Polk. connfy. to ;:Clermont, sake county
c a distance of sixty miles,' with branch Washington and Richmond are to be this accident John Billinger had a ; \ I a
double-tracked the entire distance. A narrow escape from serious injury aDd of ol
r lines to such: points: as the Board of Directors ;:
may designate. The incorpo- contract for the first twenty miles out possibly death; be had a wagon demo) : :r ':: ; : ::: :an a
< of Richmond has already been let. The shed and may I lose a horse. <<
rators are W. S. Carter, Georg.IWeekaarid | UII.
,h S. P. Bennett. work l involves more than doubletracking Bellinger, who is 'a contractor wentto l \: ,; : : ;: \ :

The dredge South Carolina charge ; as part of the line is t W be entirely the quarries with a one-horse wagpn ry.:
I. for tbe pf getting: some stone
rebuilt to climate curvature. It un- purpose ;
Gleason of the :East
of George
ilerstqod that, the work will reltuireyear a In[ order to reach the quarries It Is necessary the .,
i Coast! \ Canal Co., bas, beeujylug near I '
to drive down an incline close to
since last Friday morninjt. for Its completion.. These two :
once ] {
the edge of the bank, Bellinger turned
The dredge willbe towed to 'Davtona roads carry a very heavy traffic as
f where some changes will be made in.it. business, both passenger and trieght of around! and then began: to load his wagon ; > I : : *;
with atone When he bad finished be ,
the'Seaboard Air Line! Southern Rail- I
from coat to wood
a .
It will be changed .
his horse and the .
burner and tbe cabin will be changed wav, Atlantic Coast Line! Pennsylvania whipped up up with \ .

accommodate a double force of hands, Baltimore & Ohio and Cbesa- hill.The l\\ \
After to the changes are made It will\ betaken peake & Ohio' ,between Washington and : load, however, was too {beau, fof '

creek where it will begin Richmond passes over them. .tbe horse !aqd! before\ : any measure to ells
prevent it could be taken,. the wagon ,, '
workU: is expected, (to complete Despatches! rpcelyed at fort of' Spain began to drag the horse back down the gun; "'

fbji! wpfk so that Miami pap tin betweelfacklODvllle Trinadadi from the British West India iifi. Bellinger tried to save his rig and let )|

t; and l in U months. Island of St.Vincent state that the people when the horse finally>V teas dragged over but : Y

-New Smyrna Breeze on that Island are panic stricken because the edge of the precipice, he almost : {

Bnjrin/ No 4:1': of"'the Florida East of a-recurrence. of several earthquake went with it. Rig and horse dropped did .. \{ -.

Coast Railway with Engineer Vanna- shocks In addition the volcanoof to a ledge fully 114 'feet below aDd many \ (

G man at the throttle made her first long Soufrlere has again_ become' active feet above the Gorge road (ragka.Whenmen : .

trip ,today with oil tor fuel. Quite a and is emitting; hot ashes In great vol \ planibered: down they were 1'eco \ :

crowd watched the huge engine pullout ume. The people on the island are so astonished to find the horse grasifrg /

this' morning' on- her:! long'' tan to terrified by'the ear wjtiake shocks. that with no worse Injuries than a few

Muwl.. The practice test stowed. a I hey( baY' fled precipitately-froo\ their bruise and cuts. The' Wagon. was .

saving of f I l In fuel on the or1a i homes, wblcb they expect to collapse at broke, to piece. A large number f
between Jacksonville: and this elt,. any1 minute It Is impossible to properly visited the horse and. took a I '

;... This, with' th.' mlln1 advantage over I portray; toe feelings or the inhabitants. look at,tbe distance it fell.. They claim I .

ft' coal and wood, makes oil a yery desirable The, general impression prevails It hit a tree about ball way down and :
fnel. A thin mist of 'smoke resembling (hat the island Is doomed to de. thus broke the fall. The owner It !

steamj poured out of.: the smokestack rtroction, sod.tb 'wealthier.classes are apt\ by means of a steam hoisting paw n

I, of the locomotive at the start but trying. to dispose of their property at derrick" "

'J after gaining headway but little even a sacrifice and leave the island per ma- .

-of this was. visible. Railway+ traveling nently. Many are fleeing from the .nQ' "
the Works offth. Cold.
", tV in the) :CIa re' will' b4 relieved. many Island. Among the poorer classes, son. it
: : discomforts,.,,sncb ,M smoke,sparks and I a' state of terror exists, and all business Laxative BtomoQafDI Tablet'' curea rib \ :: : : \
Cinders.-St, Ane 8tlll :Record. la suspended. cold In one day. No core.No pay.ijc.: h. s ep"I' \ : ,

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Palm Beach and vicinity. The O1of-

TALKED ABOUT lOG curried FOR unanimously NEXT MBJSTINO. Bring Us; ; '. I

Before the meeting adjourned; ; judge

fil! THE$25,000 HOTEL Lewi length addressed on .the i Importance the member of..taking at rope itdi- . YOUIT Baby's feet

ION, hotel/ It moved ji
i' of building- $73,000 *
ri ,1,' that tliu.lettcr of Mr..WUilUlia be mad Au.1'.1v-' will\ cdvel1 then] at half prtoa. We are hound to-sell\ \ ou&iUir\: } entire

PROJECT ) WITH FAVOR the kpecial business/ of tbe next relularul'etintt. stock: tot: liABlES' SUOKS! and\ unLU ,they are gone you, can haveygdr:,!choice V
4s 4sH
which would 1 be, held ot Wednesday -

'', 4 I 1 Id/ i ,> I! Augu"6th. The motion was V : is-. FR 25 eENTS '

The Matter Discussed at the Regular Meeting ofr! the Board pf I.iGondtuU and carried unanimously i '
Board : o'clock.
The adjourned 9:30

Trade. Effort Will Be Made to Secure the Promised ,-_.-'- _._-_ ., ,. S. BOTSFORD, & GO.

r ,: Rock Roads for West Palm. Beach, 'ADUITIONALIIiAL(; AND'PERSOI'AL Ladies' Outfitters

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,f.'j.W\:f.e". The regular weekly meeting of '' as tnetcominittee' had.\ been,'able to a certain !Mr":: T M. Lett halt returned' ffotivjnextended / o ... .. -_--- -._... -_.--.
;' 'Board held last we- to erect tbe new" 'afldillon to the -- -----J" -------
of nel.1 Indian'river
Vl) Trade was I'I' tbe as
\ .' I,' "'1>''I'lc' I school on the southwest: corner of the up !* o o o o q o o o o o o o o o: O o o.oitoo_ ttV _
in the Public Library
,;.t 4Jil( ;4r y.r-: ;;,"," day It vraiSfcry evening well attended,, fully 'II/'teltn/ present building.!( This met with the fair. an Fort Pierce, tlm.. ,., 7 I verybody's' lJol 1mn. I o ,- Y ,
; dance trill be given HI ,,CooprratWe o '
!'1', / approval of the board. \ A 1 .. .
: members :
\ being X
present. '
,: Association Hull this evening by the :------ G. G. Strohm Company
i President Doter presided, with H. P. Mr. Brown also reported that through ,. .''FOR"" SAL.V. o I .1
Lake Worth Band. -ij .V
i)i,; }t Brannlng as secretary, the personal effort/ of Mrs. J. R. Anthony (o j -- a at1V '
;,'1 r..0", and other tallies, the (board of In. Whenever you Kim anytlilnx/ In'lb i ONE (Soot ALL-KOUND WORK
IROM EX-MAVOR WHILLDIN. structlou bave been Induced to con. grocery line that U !nicer call at the Co. for snle. an I lone lancy drying 1.1 tfiMILY GROCERIESI i
received from Reboot bouse burs ", standard bred. W P. flatcb-
> ; A communication was aider the of a Operative Store, opposite .
favorably appointment eu. 59.!!P... 0 ., 0
t1 ,t. : : ex-Mayor Whilldin that had reference male principal for the West Palm Beach A r.ecial song service will be give ,. Y ,;

J iW.: ':';r;: to matters of local importance. He no- school. A hearty vole of thanks was in the Union Congregational: Church at FOR RENT. '" fancy Products

,." ; ted apersonal donation of $23 to the passed to Mrs Anthony and will be an. early date. Definite announcement rr"Wo ACRES OP GOOD TRUCK ,I ;po

\ ,' .1 f.f. : ; Lake Worth Band, and spoke encourag forwarded by the Secretary, expressing will be made later. I. Laud, cleared, with house, pack Fld(
\ of theprogress'' of this musical ing-honse, etc M Anierou, Fla, Will
);,'..: .. ingly In reference to the City appreciation' for the interest taken by The carpenteri bave been busy this rent for fjo for the season- of too;?L3. Qrai and Q,}. "II
:t.\ organization. her iu school matters. week building an addition to tbe par. Apply to J. M. Carroll, Ameron, Fla."3tWE r
Board of
; Park, he'tbought that the
Trade should urge the Town Council to TIME TO ACT: aonage of the Union Congregational HAVE TWQ elegant Lake View | .JEFFERSON BLOCK V
... .t' and take care of it as much nspossible. introducedby Church. Dr. and Mrs. Paine are to ObttsKes for rent for next season : '
beautify A important matter was '
:' very have more of the 'comforts of 'modern one fOI$600 and one for(700; completely "" "
,;." He was willing to contribute Dr. Hood. He referred to the fact life by the installation of an uptodatbathroom furnished. PosM-ssion given November I. V West Palm Beach Florida, :
\1 $5 towards tbe fund just started for park that the county bouds had been declared Also one furnished Cottage 7 rooms, -, r./,1995 I
: improvement. In connection with tbls valid and thai ifc was now the intention for the summer ; |?s per month. yO-
; Brannlng stated that The 'Mini-annual meeting of the Board Tropical Real Estate Exchange 7 tacit O O O.O.O.O.O.O.O.Q.O.O.O.O .O.O.O.o'f10110l1 oie O.
: matter Secretary pf the County"Commissioners .. ,
'" 4 of Directors and officers of the Dade 418 ol: If W. I. Mttcalf, Mgr.
d 'the town Council bad appointed to commence at once the constructionof
l"?' ''l r'1
State Bank wa(! held in the bead
I.. .. W. Schmid Park Commissioner,and Mr. 1 1I permanent rock roads In Dade coun County THE.Everglade
I "':,.':' Schmid had suggested that if tbe Board I ty. lIe urged that the committee on office of tbe company in the bank last ..LEGALADVERTISEMENTS.. _, .
Tbe -usual hall
., of Trade would use their influence it highways make every possible effort to Tuesday afternoon. ,
,J 1.., ,:-';. might be possible to obtain a train load get the County Commissioners to do yearly dividend of'4 per cent. was declared IN. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE J5EVENTH Produce Co. Buyers and Shippers of I',
c'i ."r Florida Bant Coast and the statement presented by
of muck from some work in West Palm Beach and OF I .
Railway to be used in laying out flower southward. Some of tbe members Caaliler George L. Branniug wiS one of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. West Palm Beach Fla. .
f ._ the most satisfactory in tbe history Oof FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADS
beds. suggested that it was, the Intention of Limes Etc
ti I Mr. T, D. Brown said he felt surefthat the County Commissioners to build a this progressive financial Institution. COUNTY-IN CHANCERY. Hay, Grain, Poultry, Butter,
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_ '1, would be Impossible, owing to the fact continuous rock roadway between West Registered: at The Leamington this Eggs- Potatoes, and .I 'n
; that the East Coast Hotel Co. would be Palm Beach and Miami but Dr. Hood week were L. Moreton Murray, ,Daytona In the matter of the aPI.II..tt..O. _

\ Almrst unable to obtain enough material said be doubted very much whether ; O. J. Wilson, Boston ; W. G. come of Charlotte a .tf taw Dealer.T. Hproul to liuJ J) All kinds. of I Cr 'j:081.by: Carloads,

-'" before the tourist again opens. On thin was the cave, as work was to be Cameron, Cincinnati ; Mrsr W. W.DraclEmer. --
; motion of Messrs. G G. Currie and. T. commenced here and there along this .T"UI Blackmer, Mrs. S. S. Till caum.oiimlnic on to lie heard upon the Produce.

D. Brown, the Secretary was instructed but tbat the Linton Mrs. T. J. Haygond, Delray ; sport. ; of the Master. and the testimony filedbevel .
: with u
.i : route no guarantee ,, to the Court tba :
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jl 1, to write the Town Council, commending sections built would be connected Wilbur Yarborough, city ;,O. R. Fitzei. the applicant Charlotte P.Spruul, l le fully an.pahle V -
,h: them for their appointment of a Park T. M. McRae Jacksonville ; H. E Lester [ and
Commissioner, whose duty, jt will be to Mr. A. P. Anthony spoke strongly on Orlando; W. T Moore Jacksonville intuitive, / her own vataM-anti. property" 'h' Here is a House _
_ ... I this subject He said that tbe rate payer Carolina. report ot thviald' Master In In all thing fully
condition.[ North
(Che Park in W. M. Scott
keep proper ;
y.. \. of Dade county bad voted In fayor cun>med. f j Don't Your
: THE PROPOSED HOTEL.; : $ Air. and Mrs. Charles E. Brast, are It la hereby ordered, adjudged| mid decreei' a
\ of the bonds. being; issued with the dig? Want-It' ? '
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toe of their intent that Ih'onm 1m. granted"to tllo" said Char'lotte
.' lag death ; a

'.W{ ". matter The next laid over order from of the business last meeting was tbe, rock tn.ct! understanding road was to be built that from a continuous one 'end daughter mOljrn agpl/ I ore year. ;Tbe< .chtd!!' accordance! T. Sprout with to tile become praju4'r, a of Free her Dealer petition li Of course we cannot give It to ;you) +..y.

__ .f..;. namely, the proposal made by ex.MayorWhilldin : of the county to the other. He was: died Wednesday afternoon/ agile) tyr< Hnil the. mine, U hereby granted. It uilurthw outrlgb\, but tbe payments are o' easy i ,
_ Ernst 'attending' the funeral of bis dtwrepd. the call that It Is the a gift }
'c ;t to raise sufficient cap locally much surprised to learn that there was grderpd.adlud| / d and that nearly same as
for the erection of a $25:000 hotel in being brother-in-law, the J late pred bay, 'liarlftliT ai/rot! aalhll cause a copy o' T 1 '
of certain strips .
discussed a possibility only who was drowned in Lake Worth pi hfg' Decree to 1/0/ publfnhed' for ,four success.ive I We Will Give ,
West Palm Beacb. The matter was built. lie felt tbat bad tbe people vspeji'* ))11| pfni)' newspaper! publlHliml l'a -
informally some being of theo known Ibis, they would never have Monday The.double affliction cumelas Ue.ounIY 0'( Dade. 4UUe/ tif, Ftor''''...aid V You a deed to it, after you bave Dai', <} .

inion tbat if such a hotel should be voted the money, but he was also cou- a heavy blow to Mrs. JJrnst;; ami she flint proof pt nad| pullc| "tJoII| |) I Iw filed lo this MI'l4 s.v. rent for a few years.1to Coitfe In, aqd lef '

erected it would be harmful to the small vluced tbat if the already voted has the profound sympathy of the eOr lauiMt.. whereupon the ".1". Charlotte Tepronl ; us explain: to you what a liberal ptopo
_ money shall. be authorise lo take charge ol' a '
funeral of the<<
tire community. The have make 1l. few reliable
but the silioo we to t<
majority were )
was not sufficient for making a thorough aud control her Batata, to contract and 'b., k V
convinced that such a hotel here is a lob of road building, the people would child took place yesterday morning, the euntracted. with to sue and be. cued, and to i ; people who want to own their homes.
decided necessity and would be a good vote nervlcet being.held in St. Ann's Romac bind l herself. In all renpecta an 'fully m. II She
willing to
be too more
only money
paying concern. Mr. McGluley, with and have a.road built that would be of Catholic church. : and interment belfcj were ,nninarrlvit Thin dwiraa not to take efttet Real Estate Exchange
being made In Lake View cemetery, >until all eoatiii Incurred herein 'including Tropical '
... whom ex-Mayor communicated tome nee' He joined with Dr. Hood in .oihitpr'efoeaahall have been palii..
in reference to the hotel,said he had urging that the streets and highways The work of shelling the streets of : ,

written Mr. Whilldln for further Infor- committee act "at once In this matter Lake View cemetery bait been progress.' -. ', Sun Block W. i. METCALF Manager "
5 .matlon. In view of this, a motion was A motion was presented by Messrs. J. ing a"tlsfaClorily'all this week, but' the u, MI.NOU S. JON Judge.101, I' \ ''tJ'C "\...

j :. presented by Mr. Currie sod Pr Hood, B. McGinley and G. O Currie that the labor involved is greater: than one r... ktruttcupy Attest,

1 \ and passed, laying the matter on the ... committee on highways interview would\ suppose it to be, unless they r. E..C. pF.ARnORN, _

"I' '. :,. ble nntll the next meeting. : without delay Mr. Geo. W. Lainhart, pay a visit to cemetery. The shell has ,July.,... IS 6t Clerk Circuit Court. .. When.-You Need
ENLARGEMENT. to be hauled ( the lighter at the
SCHOOL Commttiaionar from this district rent
-a f.', The chairman of the Education Committee and get definite iuforuidtloa as to the I cemetery. dock through the deep sand to ,, NOTICE Mantels and

; reported that It was the Intention intention of the Count Comtninsiouers the cemetery property The Ladies''' lamed. Notice neltlup. la hereby ban alai given notice that of tha hla 'Infemllou 01l0w1"11 Tiling Grates e

_ of the County School Board so far with reference to road building Wtst Cemetery Improvement A"01)0'1' ) !, to make' ITnal:proof In anpitort I::; of htn claim,aniltliac'lalil
\ and especially the committee 'in prtoCSri) ||\ !LE) mails, lipf, r a John Mtellly .
if. t... : at WiJt .
; CimimlBSlonor Jljp.r.'t.I. Write us for
charge of this wore:, would like ..., on July UJ: 1DOU..: / V ,
1 -- very. much to have those who have e'entrlbnted VIE GaHton W. Herring of Neptune Flu.,Hil2TIKI7 Catalogue" and.Prices
forth LoU :2,U and O, Soc. :.III. Tp 4a. O ,
i tI : .TTVVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTeTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTtVTTyTeRemoval to the cemetery improvement .. lt. 42: E. '

t' 'j.r fund visit the cemetery during working lie namits. "he mlilonne following< upon v/ltneaMm,anil enltivatlon to provhlaoanllunona FLORIDA BUILDING SUPPLY CO.

I, bours''aDd see bow this work Is being of MM Innil Tilt William ul.n'I:: : of Net tune,
{ F'IS! ,a. D.l Mitchell I of : la,., E. C.: Mil.:
if. ; '.. done and the expense which it.involves... IerolNrptuneFia.James' Hepburn ol Neptune r "
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i Next Sunday 'the congregation of the >>-r-ei W. 0.R0BNSONRegiaterj .
'P. : = Methodist church will have the pleasure .
= and comfort: of occupying new oak VTOTICE OF APPLICATION

''i.:, Sale. pews. Theao pews were recejyed !early'
in Cur. Permit to Ball Liquor, Wlu. and V oltoesoeloltoetoetorotlotlokoKOStoatottoKoaloKoklo.tottokl
the week from tbe WabaaU {Seating! o o.o 'z
.a"k o
; Company, Wabash Indiana, and the lyr

::: h I 20 per cent. Reduction on work of placing them has been done by Public notice to hereby given that W. P. I ruscott: Boat MVg\ Co,, i 0 7
Board of
local carpenters who are members of the latchott baa find with the Count
<:tofmulHalonflni. Dade County,In the !State! IfI CONSTRUCfORS
: : Of
The will\
,congregation. new seats accommodate -
; s all CASH PURCHASES except 0' Florida' '' bla application for av permit to I
not 1ms than people, and
,, ; 150 i"*>ll liquors, wines and beer In ElectionDla" I Grade Pleasure
.1 i they will\ certainly be a great improve trlct No B of said Count and State t that High CraftY JVX

i. \ : 1 Knox Hats, E. & W. Collars ment. Tbe pastor, Kev. C. Fred Black' neb application-will. be acted on by the anld
Board County Commlaaloner at their ae.t:7ltKul..r Vapor Marine Motors.
burn, and the members of his cougregn- .
: meeting .hlcb..1II be held on the 1
I and Sweet Orr Overalls. Lion are to be congratulated on the1 itb day of Aunutt.", iUOS.at 10 o'clock Iu the J. D. C. MORRIS, Agent, In
E change. The old /seafs have' been purchased forenoon of Maid<1 day and the sold Board
by the colored Methodist church: hereby call upon any eltl>en ol such Election\ o Went Palm Beach, Florida, : 5X ?
A rare opportunity to buy of tbe Went End. tlHtrff I'l7p may dealr to In so* to show ',;t t0310110S107tOt1
."u e.II any thai a|alp| ,at I/a/ .nf"l neat regular. 0 710 51 0 71 0 51 01e07107e01100t10ilOtrOi07101t0110710i101t0i1OJ1Insure .
The production of tbe "Exerbltion o' meeting! oh said Board why aucj;)(pernblt4' ') .

t'. your Summer supply. the Deestrick Skule" has been pats not be nrantad the applicant. -. .
Board of ComaUonera '
M By order of the County -
poned from August the first to sometime -
of Dade Connty, Florida.' in thq Old Reliably
during the first week ol September'' This let day ol' July,*,J>, looa.:
u1 .... A rehearsal was held at tbe home jof [SPal l) E.O.: D HAH BORN, Germania Life Insurance
d. Mrs. J. Don C. Morris last evening Clerk Board Gnnntv f...mm..lun.. ..... Company
when this decision was reached. 'Thedl&cuUjr -. OF NEW YQRK. ORGANIZED IN 1860.

; |i. that a suitable. hall can- For particular address G. LOVER BAILEY. "
i (lave" You Noticed ? Manager torqeorila.nlt!
li1jcf; not be obtnlaet,} an/J/ tlJp/ w store of I' ... Florida Box 340, Palatka, rlor da.GItrIii .
Anthony Brqs in the. new Jeffersqn The dale onr tbs label of your papers.

"- Block will not be ready for occupationuntil It tell. to
you feet yhat jtlme your subs

f wT Bros. 1 Skule"September will\ be put first.on Just The before"Deeaiflck moving ; .scrlptlon baa been paid. All subscribers : : >, Mulgoba Martg r s,
into their new quarters In the ihuuld see that the data is changed after
Largest Collection<< Crotong in t.he'UolLed States. Palms .
meantime weekly rehearsals will beheld llndlnf their remittance, and should
thu.eto. All pot grown. Full Line
of Citrus
West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami ; Tuesday evenings have-been notify this office if it is not so changed** grownoa High Spruce PineLand. AddreMr. StQCk- |. ry i
chosen for that purpose. The next( .
rehearsal will therefore, be held at the JOHN 'B. PEACH, West Palm Beach. .
r & Co., of Barlow Fja.
home of Airs. Morris next Tuesday Lyle: are harvesting

le Evening commencing at half past CIne thousand bales of hay averaging

seven o'clock. ninety pounds each from a twenty acre '
t ---+. Reid, and in forty days the ground will THE 'TRHYELERS

Notice.'t'he be ready for a secoad cutting,when they ,

= .. regular quarterly meeting of the expect a yield of seven hundred more NEW' MANAGEMENT' -
') "rANTU 8HOKMABB stock holders of the Co OperalinAI' b lel. This hay Is from land on which .

ol i tl ipc,.tton of West Palm Beach will. beheld crops: cabbage.. Irish potatoes and MRS. N.J. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla.
next Wednesday evening:< July
L ItliMT HALKRMKNAttt (otn, at half past seven o'clock In the I bean. have already been raised in less.

Association hall. All Stock holder* are ban twelve months.. Electric Lights, Electric Bells Bath\ Complete Some 1 ;,r
urgently requested to be prewnt. ft I t:
w J. P. HOPFMAM, t I .Jf: The Best $2.00 per day Hotel In Florida. p4r\
... .. .... .. President.1 Vital' Brand Clqtbln -Alfn Ql'fV.. .. ;
.I1 ...* H.A At AAtAAAAAAAAA.AAA4uA eis Tare carat f ualo. De pol.0d ask th.o"uctor to stops, h.TT.,. ,., 12.1 e :

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