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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: August 29, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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afNwANMfvuN.Wah.aeaMdra.a4leuf,1 WEST PALM, BEACH, DADE, COUNTY,, FLORIDA] FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1902. VOLUME.XVI NO. 27. \ P
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<. : HE PROGRAM / LOCAL NOTES. I

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i FOR LABOR:: DAY John Daniel, a Colored Workman'. 'Peopleyas' They Come' and GoI -- It's easy -Read' Hatchett's. a.. aad Do you read The Tropical Sun ?

I4 I Evidently Jumped; From an : People Whom You Mayor you'll gee. KNOX HATS-standard; of the worldat 4 i

'- Express Train ..- S May Not Know. A present from A, S. Botsford & Cc ANTHONYS Baos, a ?
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',,. :I this week." See ad. Mr Graham W. King was a passenger 1

Information reached the l local atalloi Cull A Pence, of Bdynton: spent Wed I YOUNG'S HATS-none better mad 'ort this morning's express, enroule to

ARRANGEMENTS\ NOW COMPLETEFor Of the Florida East Coast Railway;,ueaday in the rity. ,- at$3.00. ANTHONY BROS. Jupiter.Mr. '

.- early Monday morning that,. colored :I Colonel Tanker, of Delray... was a visitor !- Look out for the announcement of the W. R, Moses left this morning for

man wa..lyinif along ;the truck of be : In toifn this week. Deestrick Skule! next week. his plantation on the Indian riyer near t

a* Grand Celebration Next .Monday. Low Rates on' the Florida ;East Co st Railway, abou !I Miss Stella' Harper of Boynton visit. The :Board of Trade will hold its reg Eau bailie.

seven miles .north of town At the aunt ed friends town this week'i ular meeting next Wednesday eveninf Mr. W A. Chase and Mr. Cullen
Florida East''Coast; Railway Will Bring Hundreds pit and it was supposed that be bad< ,
I Pence were visitors la town this week
i! Among the visitor to town this week! EDWIN CLAPP-S SHOES $6.00 aad
be at'the Casino been. killed by passing train, Core from '
of-Vlsltors. Speaking to .: e4lmmediaselyant was Mr..1. B. Riley, of Miami. $7.00-fineat made-at ANTHONY'SThe It Boynton.
\ ,, .aerUtdghtwasnotI, t la AH the stores in town are expected to
Deputy, Sheriff' Jones empanelled t a A. W. Garnet, of Hypolaxo, was Tropical Real Estate Exchaug
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close on Mon'lay between the hours of
jury, members,, of which were Geonri town Wet uesday oa business. has a new ad this week that's worth a .

All indications point to the* street, Kelly, P. ,A. 8ur6eld,O.Y.(. Weybrtcbl- Sheriff John Frohock, of Miami glance. lo a. m. and 5 p m.

,West Paint Beach .it to have to Cletnatii l J. C Harris*"Cd Zapf and Chas. Met i spent Tuesday in 'town on official bus- The 'Town Council' did not have a Anthony's great twenty per cent redaction .

celebration on :Labor Day.: Avenue to calf and the, party proceeded to the< ness. '_- quorum Tuesday night, so an adjourn closing sale will come to a

'day should see a large. crowd : Poin etta place where' the' dead' man lay being :' Mr; t. J. Hardy, of Pompano open went: was made foOnother week. close this evening. Careful buyers I

j yipretty place' and the OQ Daturf. conveyed there in ,a freight; car am Tuesday town, accompanied by bla Two hundred and fifty tons well tolled : should remember this. ;

*w.y'fn jv.Y vJjreiBents having the on Nat special engine. They reached the plan three sons dairy manure for sale at '3.15 per I will, bean West Palm Beach on the

ln, c b arge: are making : and acrow. about ten o'cluck and the dead mat .Mr. \V Widraeyer ol Jupiter, was oae ton, f. o. b: Cocoa, Florida. Addres l 14th of September, and in Miami on the p

make every thing: just as 'pl' Casino, was found ,with His face smashed inn f.of the busioesa visitors in West Pain Hill Side Dairy. at 17th. with a car load of Jersey cows. Il IlAddress
possible. "For several days will break the gravel and sand,between the ties .- Leeoilng! Cocoa Fla. 2t
Beach this week. The label shows to Jack
on
will your palter! you
Magi of the Labor Union with his head against the rail and the
55 _have been held at which the of Cle body lying at right angles to the track v Mr.: S hobo beau, of the Lake Word]h what date your subscription is paid Mr. J. C. Beck Jr., of the Fraternal

"P '1'I' ;lI'tetloa' : with; the parades The sand within two feet of the hud News, left Sunday morning on a bustnes The Tropical Sun would be glad to have Union of America."", bo has been staying
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a Blares of entertainment I by the ar was soaked with blood showing plainly trip to 1a kllOuvi11e. all arrears settled promptly. tf in town for the past two weeks is

/ J ecvNed I apd determined on. the best ap. that the man bad beeu killed where hiIUVT ; 'Mr. Cl: C. Chlllingworth who has beet A direct telephone line has been put attending tbe meeting of the Grand

,'4 The program- as srrauge, parade" and Just,north of the body along aids i tn Miami on business, returned honii. in between the offices of Wallace R ,Lodge in Ocala this week.
1
'Includea"grand during of the track in the sand', were four footprints last Saturday,mora jug.r4r. Moaea and the Water Works pump I, Mr. Carl Schrebnick has so far improved

thxongb the principal atr,, the line of| at Intervals of about ten feet. I : W, G. Talton left pd last Saturday; house of the East Coast Hotel Wate, In health as to be able to take a

town" winding :np at the to- deco Alter viewing/ the, remains the Jury nwf ing's ex press for holiday. trip to Works Company, trip to Indian Springs, Georgia. lIe

.. East Side., This parade \ met In I tiw freight! flnr iud heard 'thill few Yak City and Niagara Kails. Services will be neld in Holy Trinit left in company with Mrs. Schreboick i

half past nine o'clock and th' RTS; ,a,. ""'< CUCS!' ."tl"'.- ..'',.-f.J.. \ J.........".._, r.. ,?ti. M.,"Jj-Aoltman' was a passengei Episcopal church 'on' Omday next by; last Sunday'for\ tbe North. s

'f1j o.er' at the Ca.lllowiU: be ; of the I Conductor Golden, who was In barge on Wednesdays morning's, ; express.. ei Rev. H. B. Stuart Martin rector at For A new time card on tbe Florida East
a.t"about( eleven. The at one I and muck train said thai to New York City 011 a .business and '
of the sand route I Pierce Melbourne Morning service Coast Railway came into effect today
will
+' l Band : furnish a on ,the his train had ,left the sand pit shortly trip iI- will commence at ti o'clock and but the card does not alter the time of ;

--- tbrougboat'Ule,,i day.. A' ablo prizes before six o'clock-on its way to Weal I Mrs Glddens, who bas 'been visiting/ I will be followed by the admlnistratloi of the trains of the 'main line between t tany

will be served ate' on and the lawns tine : by' the mer'. Palm, Busch, and that just'before, starting her daughter Mrs.,W.lf.' Maers, butt of Holy Communion. Evening servici,;' : Miami and Jacksonville. .
-
Breakers ,
noon his brakeman. C. Cline, called out I of town, left for her home_on Wednes... : will be held at half past seven o'clock
wjll, start shortly after' one race, stand close to the rail.. I I By the order of Mayor Burkhart the
that a body was lying< ,
.baseball gatr/e haa also ,ladles' day. 4, The regular monthly meeting of ThiLadies street sprinkler was sent out oil duty
egg "Conductoi
was and
between Miami! and West : !''race, bloy The tram Slopped : Mr. Glen G. Strohm returned to town Cemetery Improvement Associatlon this morning. The streets had become
first to discover i
the man
.rI >Js scheduled for 3 o'clock' race with Golden- was bad and it on Tuesday; evening after 'a dellgbtfu will be held at the Congregationa so dusty by reason of tbe long.coutmued
{ accident happened
', THE PARADE. ; hat an holiday tripto gheville and HOI Church on Tuesday afternoon September drouth that such action became an absolute -
word to Static '
'' be made was he wbo brought Springs, N, i.:. mud, at 3 o'clock. All members 'an necessity.
bet Industrial Parade '
before Agent' Bowyer Miss Mary Obenchaio, who had urged to be present as there will be at Pears beets turnips, sweet
follows: .From the foot prints in the sand and Spanish
of the- cbool at Palm Beach Ins election of officers fur the ensuing yea'r;
charge sweet okra
onions, cabbage potatoes ,
and
Carpenters Joiners the position lu which the man wai
t 3io; will line n> on Ctem a base ball found the jury decided that be had term left on Wednesday for her home also other business to be transacted. Northern barrel pork pilot bread wartime

with the head of the proce promise- either fallen ,from train 35 which went In Kentucky.: Quite a jolly party filled the CoOper'atlve hard tack, washing soda, ice cream

;'on, Olive .Street. Behind ( of the day,, south Sunday night about eigbt o'clock,,, Senator and Mrs Dimick and son,. Association Hall on Tuesday eve salt home made bread Co operative

tW t Painters., Decorators' to try while asleep on the trout of one of the Frank, are journeying northward topea.1 alaI The young people were the Store opposite school house
organization. Miami the couple of months with lela of the Ping Pong Orchestra at a
Hangers' else had at guests
haggagu: or express cars,.or, : Rev. Fulwood Whitehurst left Tuea-
..k clans will ,form on' CIt,'. tempted to jump from the train which: lives in Michigan delightful dance. Sweet music was fur day morning for Wilmore, Kentucky

,,the: 'corner: ;. of Clematis !. at that point was running at about fifty MrsrC. W. $. Bell leaves next Tuesday niahed by tbe Ping Pongs and dainty where he goes to attend Asburv College

I north. Behind the : U miles an hour and they rendeied a morning for her former home in refreshments, were served by Caterer This is Fulwood's third year at Asburv.
the North Miami Sander deathv ectlcut where .be'will enjoy a Uillier. Every one was enthusiastic Ir
verdfct of accidental Com and be Intends to imlah tile regular six-
colored tabor union will Aim.troug's Galloway,, The body was brought to town and visit with'friends and relatives.Mr praise of tbe hospitality.of. the year coursa.. He is going to be a miss

celt.:.Street;with; the bead t } Hoffman. taken charge of by Undertaker, J. 8,. E. A. ,Frofcher, who has been Ping Pongs ionary to South America, and believeshe

"on Clematis Avenne. All is com- McGinley, who interred! it -on" Monday spending some time in town, in the Interest A number of young ladies and theii can, accomplish most by being well
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ations aud bodies not and Hoff afternoon of the Fraternal Union of America gentlemen friends visited Miss Anthony prepared.Mrs. .

r will fall In in the rear of the of Messrs. ; When Deputy Sheriff Jones searched left for MUml! Tuesday evening. at her home, with a surprise party last

w egation!.near the Methodist : and resource Facet- the pockets' of the coat be, found a Mits Gertrude Gales, of Richmond, Saturtayeveulox. Tbe company gathered her husband. George and Znpf two children:accompanied left last by

+ LINE OP MARCH.Tha Florida ,East Coast Railway Hospital formerly of Mount Dora, Florida, at the MiasesCrutcbfield's home on
for New York
City
Iv .. Messrs Sunday morning
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of
l 'Pfcrade which, will be certificate, No, 87. with, the name arrived in West Palm Beach last Fridayto Datura street about o'clock and march ibe to medical atten-
where was receive
and the
fro. Daniel, and signed by Or R. B. iu to the home of Miss Anthony .
McKenna Chief John take her duties stenographer !in ed a body
by Jack Marvin and up tion for an injury received here last week.It .
The Potter, Railway Physicians The sum of McGuire & McDonald. in the south end of town. Miss
form up at 9:13. men M P. Butch the office waa found on reaching Jacksonville
ti off prpmptly xat 9yo: mod : and. the of eighty 'five cents in silver waa also Anthony was most genuinely and agrees.bly treatment could be' bad
l < found in his tronaers pockets. After I Mr. J. R. ,Anthony and son, A. P.,An:; surprised. The party was .indeed that the proper
Olive Evernia
Street to Wednesday there, so the journey northward was
thony arrived home evening
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,
I the body, was brought ,to town It was such a pleasant one that the clock :wall
I abandoned..
vacation Indian
identified as that -of John, Daniel, from a summer spent at almost ready to announce the presence
t The Lawn Fete a : < race for the. name on.the certificate and .it appears 'Springs and Washington Georgia,. of Sunday before tbe young folk departed Registered at the Leamington: B P

Tbe members of the Ladl.. I ; prize for that be was employed ID.the. Both were greatly benefitted by their so for home. Those present were Julian Waycroas; B L Jordon St.

'" Improvement Association: Lake Worth Bridge Department, journ of over a month Miss Miller, Miss Faye Miller, Mlsi Louis; Mrs Jno. Robertson W II Robertson -

pleased at the splendid Daniel was In town Saturday and' it Mr W, E. Gruber is out,of town at. Cru'chfield. Miss" Virginia Crutchfieid, ..A J Legg Savannah; Cullen '

attended the lawn; fete and! Is supposed that )behest. !'Jle way lo Ft tending- the first meeting of the new and Mrs. H. S. Miller ; Messrs. Ef HRLodea Pence Boynton: W L Wid meyer, West

cert held. angler their auspices, : the real. Pierce, on- a freight train Saturday night, Grand Lodge in Florida of the Fraternal C. S. Anderson, F. C. G..rdaer.H ,. Jupiter; Juva A Ro s. Boynton, Fla; G

( park last Friday night; pareuU spending the, day ,,there and started Union ,of America, which is In session .'L. Brown W. M. Pope H. B. Yarborough Peterson and wife Mrs. .M. B. Spiers.

.It will be remembered that Fla., Aug. back Sunday evening.! The post;office at Ocala.: Mr. Grqber is representing H. P. Branning and E. D. An Montgomery Alabama ; W E Gerow, G

needed a little over $6 to Jr., ol (clerk who ,.was on, the, the train reel Beach I.od..of this city. thony. p.PitzerTPWilliams: HB Chrlster J
Emma Elsie peculiar sound or Merton Smith, Jacksonville { Miss Gertrude .
deficit Incurred In the lbers hearing, a k
left last about 8 o'clock: George
W II Spitzer night
Mr. and Mrs. Sunday
which the accident :England, Tibbals, Fla C A Carey,
'I ,roads through the cem rny. ., Rev. C. poise about the ,time ; e
restaurant
Saturday 'Morning for' a trip North. TIHman, colored, who,tuna a 1
I about and,were a probably, ,took place !and it U city.
pent $4.5Ot 'They will'visit friends and relatives in out in the Hurd quarters In the West
d of being able to meet the left on the generally supposed that Daniels at' Ohio and Michigan, an 4 on their return Bod was surprised by twcf: fellows and West Palm Beach is to lose a respected

r upon their treasury. Friday, : after the tempted toj mpfr9m the, rapidly) mov. will take up their.,residence In Miami, deprived of foo in cash.: Special Officer family Mrs. F. L.; Moffatt is

ed tbe difficulty, for the net i' for Atlanti4 lug train, iQ.tbat be would, be on duty where Mr, Spitzcr will be cashier in the J. W. Sanders was notified and after a about to close htf millinery/ store and

the evening amounted' to,. Rne t. at tbe the, first thing Monday morning at the new First Nations Bank. I hot chase: succeeded in capturing: one of next week: will move with her daughters T
land but the suction of the air drew ', Florida in order that
$70. of the pit, .! tbe robbers. The other was. caught on to DcLand ,
the Mr, ''A. S, BoUfbrd;the well known
The
.West palm. Beach -people;; congrat.. him,,almost under wheels. merchant left town Wednea- Monday morning and lodged in jail the family may take advantage of the
nobly and came to the long life 'Of .wounds on die bead were ghastly,showIng dry goods business trip to New the prifron rs gave the names of Frauk educational facilities offered by Stet-
Halifea that the man must have ,been in- (lay morning a I University. Aa'previonsly noted in
Jour- Bvers
ate Icecream by the-galW, Vork City.He will pay a brief visit to avers and George Cenuedy. lIOn
lemonade placed on as! lUntly killed. I Saunders.on Monday The Tropical Sun Mr. Stanley Moffatt
all the I his old home In Washington D. 'C., be. came before Judge
-r- and Mlas
---9. charge against wilt take a course at Stetson
excellent .
joyed the lorCreturninp about the middle of Sep.emoer. tfternoon, the specific '
t '). by the Lake Worth Band, W C. T. U, Notice., I him being/ that he embezzled the sum of VIofTatt may also enter the University.
Ig'' r Kaufman's leadership.At I b'uainess meeting 01 the : S. R. Wright. He was placd MCrs. Moffatt and her daughters will be
.or {; rooms, fur- The regular I 'R".. Si D. Paine goes to New Smyrna 'l 23.7) from ,
where E
: ; will take place 04 Monday, under a 'aoo bond to appear at the greatly; missed In this town theyla.ve ,
the close of the band Apply, W. C. T. XI' 011 i Wednesday next, to attend a meet; .
f a't at, goodwill Circuit .Court, but being been faithful workers in church fi ,
< m of ;
cl at auctioneer. G. G Came September u 3130: p of the Congregational All clatlon of text term
t ng Identi-!
and have been
irclea always
j a + licensed to act by the ladies, ; j T Cottage. i Florida.. He the'sth of Sep inable to furnish the required papers, wereVrganl
asked to' be Yolk the MUmi. jail Tuesday led with movements that ?
s sale one whole cake "-acd| off{he Cold. Membersespecially are ;ember!) for) New and other point vs. taken to for the welfare of our ,'
.ed promoting ;
from Hold
I light. Kennedy,who Mole i
Ills persuasive art reaultedlu iable'u presentd* -. '=' '. 'aorth'MI'paroe: : accompanies Iplm. ;.' '
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f the whole\ cake tq Mr. J.JC., r "Ylf.t.. Brand Clothing; "'-AN'tiWNY.I .J, tie F ex peels lo be'gon about four weeks. lot; 60 days at bard labor.
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