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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1903
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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System ID: UF00075915:00370
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Young's lists. Anthony's.Tomorrow -----
the I }Spend;; July 4th at West PIHILLINOWORTH AND CURRIB Itt r' .1.1nt
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Beach.
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Try an ad In Good ,
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State of Florida. Ice cream soda, at Helm & Broad it

ADVERSE REPORT r BY \ Perfumery-the beat made-at Broad w-11'. pharmacy t-. i '
COMMITTEEAnd well & Moore's. pharmacy. tf _ANTED._ '' t, q lr,
THE BILL NOW BECOMES:\ : The Rev. C. Fred Blackburn will hold WHITE t
A LAWNot Spratt Grocery Company receiv services at Delray A LAUNDRESS. Apply at 'i+ i' A
on next Tuesday at Straban'eSteam
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shipment of a car load of watermelons jun3-tf '
7530 p. m.
Dade County Will Not Have a Criminal .Court of Record Known Whether the Governor Attached last night from Umatilla. FUR
An SALE
This Year. Some Very Interesting and Signature but he Did Not Exer- The several committees having In excursion of colored people started .

Important else the Veto. The New Char- hand the details for the big celebrationon off fur Miami this morning( on the LOAN CONTRACT. (STANDARD f r f +
legislation at Tallahassee. I' "steamer Lake Worth, in and Trust Company f .
charge of con
the i ,
'" tap Is Now Assured. Fourth, are hard at work Fowler tract for f ,oX) loan. Now ,
Bros. They will return Tues eligible. ''t + +
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The regular monthly business meeting day. Paid up to date, June 15, $72.: Wilt Hell il' 1'l u.
for June, of the Utopia Club at a discount Address Box 182: Went i
This will
.be
for the past two weeks a hard fought municipality |19 now the city of held on Tuesday Next Wednesday night .tbe membersof Palm Bench. jun6 tf r t
the : evening
most
eminent lawyers of the State West Palm (: of next week --'-- t ,
political battle of vital interest' ,to Dade I and they I investigated the of Beach by act of the Legislature l The usual services will be held to. the Utopia. Club and their ladies will CARRIAGE, IN GOOD CONDI- '
matter with the
State of play ,
Florida. progressive euchre in
morrow the club this "
bas been and office or mi- sCt
county fought at Tallahassee.The the Sunday following f in l s 1 + i'
great ability and dress P. O. Box
Itioroughnenfi. C. C. The special bill changing this place St. Ann's Roman Catholic rooms. The entertainment committee 341, ci'y. may};; tf .
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State institution provides that Chtllingworlh appeared before them: from a town to a city aud providing for Father Sullivan officiating.,,church Is planning to make this affair a very FORTY ACRES OF FRUIT AND ,
pleasant
where the majority of the registered voters and argued against the bill one. land, one-fourth w
while opposed tne adoption of a new charter as a city, Several of the East Coast papers are utile of .
railway fetation
of any county petition the Legislature to him Mea.r. Mr. J. F. Hoffmann has been home and school. About 10 'y1
were I. advertising at
i Guy Met passed both houses some time ago and our Fourth of July celebration. acres of rich hammock fig: per acre, +' tl'Ra'' '
to establish a Criminal Court of calf G. A. This town Is this week, having come from his D. A. Allen. t ,
Re. Worley and W. I. Metcalf. was lent to the Governor fur his signa going to have the up West Palm Beach, Fla. ( -, 1 .
cord In that crunty, the Legislature The committee listened biggest time in its history. truck farm In Boca Ratooe where be I ,, June ytf.HOUSE ; tt
may patiently to all ture. It Is not known whether (:overu- had a successful season. He
returns
do so if it deems it expedient. Such the arguments, and on Wednesday they or Jennings signed the bill but ai he Parties desiring photographic work next Monday to plant several acres of AND LOT. CORNER ROSE I+l
done in M
A. Kauftnanu's I and Althea
courts have jurisdiction to_try all criminal unanimously reported! against the IneaR.I did not veto it within five days after it not delay he is studio should! pineapple slips.SweetOrr from railroad tank. streets Price one block
as to leave reasonable.
cases in the county I was presented to him, it becomes a law soon to spend '" Apply P. O. Box 1 + { i' f
except capital) the summer in the' North.' J 3-n. Overalls. Anthony'sAdvices :283 or at this office. e .. a Iti
ure.The without his l
signature. .
cases, and all power to and and determine bill therefore may 27-1/. "
try /was killed in the Broadwell & Moore have just received. sent from Florida. to Washing A ,

petty cane,. Senate after it had passed the House --- 500 pounds Insect powder direct from ton are to the effect that the results of ____._. BOARDING.'pHE. t r t

A large number of.voters, of Pade petitioned and Dade county will have no Criminal Born. Parke, Davis' & Co., Detroit, who manufacture .: the big freeze a few years ago, in whicha BARMAN HOUSE! IS:: OPEN 3 'o +E'' "l
Ounlher.-At West Palui Beach, Flor. the bisect JL and will remain tt
purest powder knownto large
the Court of Record for the very proportion of the orange open permanently 1
present Legislature for such present. Ida, on [.'rl.taJune 5, 1903, to Mr. and the trade.. tf. trees of the State were killed, are. Nicely furnished rooms and first clam. E," t -Ar Y

a court, and bills for that purpose were Another measure Is which the peopleof Mrs II. Gunther, a son.Panama The Battle of Manila one of the iv I pastting away and. that Florida rapid will service Location central._ t''',' ? rk

introduced\ in both Houses. The measure Dade were greatly Interested was the -._- --- -- fourth of July features., at West Palm shortly be prepared to furnish even a SUMnER BOARD. ti

passed the House and then the bill to require each county coniniisHion- Hats. Beach, will\ be the grandest spectacular greater number of oranges than before "

L fight wee taken! np In earnest. -Thirteen er's district to elect its commissioner by New importation just received. Anthony production every seen on' the Florida the disaster. It I. said that this year' SUMMER BOARD AT GAFFNEY. h t 1
"---". East Coast. I crop will be worth about 12,700,000. the cool, high hill country ;,,
counter petitions from the voters,of this the votes of that district alone. Under the : and In sight of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 14m4' if '
Rev. S. W. tiawler, whose sermons in. will exceed the crop of ]ISst year by Moderate rates. The Commercial Ho f '
county were presented against the bill present law, all the voters of the county Allen opened the program by calling on terested so many at the Methodist about 1,000,000 boxes. The reports are tel, William L. Betton, proprietor. At ? ,- 'q V Jril,

and! (he whole controversy was referred vote upon the commissioners front nl) Ethel }teeming) and Edwlo Parrlah i.r a church returned to Fort Myers Thursday also favorable to the growth of pineapples Erman House last winter. tunt-raa ''ills ?, ,ytC ,? ; S.a '
the districted The 1>11to\ make the -
to the Senate piano and violin morning. The revival many square miles of
Judiciary Committee. selection Rev. J. J. meetings territory MACHINERY REPAIRING "
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This committee 11 is change passed the House unanimously, Vaulx. rector .of Holy Trinity Episcopal closed Wednesdav. nhht-- ---_- having been placed under cultivation. --- ..------ .n.____ s e+ r w E r'1'
composed of'some ar
of but failed to the Senate.GRADUATES 'OR
... pass I church,' followed with a prayer, and .A choir .Is being/ organized from The shipments of pineapples this wagon I-i GENERAL REPAIRING AN) f t. 1''
installing of
_.. and
gila steam '
== have reached en +
then an address was given L. among the members of 3,000,000 boxes, which are r yr I li
by Harry the Christian[ glues boilers windmills, pumps, etc. i r .
WORK COMMENCEDON GIVEN Blown, representing the Board uf Trade Endeavor Society of the Union Congre valued at f3 per box.Manhood apply )Potter's Repair Shop, West Palm ,I} ,t "7

i Educational Committee. Mention was gatlonal' church, to lead in the singing --v- -- Beach, Fla. Work done anywhere 1 I.. i
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POWER HOUSEFor THEIR DIPLOMASClosing made, In the address of the interest taken at the Endeavor meetings. Celebration.At Dade or Brevard counti a. mayx3: ,tt. .' y,: .' '

in educational matters by the Board Several new member were Initiated the Rowley residence at Manoniahere PLANTS ETC. .

of Trade, and the movement now being Into the : was -- -.------- '. t rfy
West Palm Beach Electric : and Graduation Exercises HulghU of the Modern MIJCoabees given ft birthday party on ---'- d''. '

Light and Power made to establish a high school la Went at the meeting/ held last Wednes- Tuesday night in honor of the coming I REX BIGONIA'S FUCHSIAS. GER- 41 +tr lj tce ,
Company. of West Palm Beach School and other y
'
Palm of of pot plants. Call rt'
{teach. day'night.. The charter now age Alexander Stewart, the ,
list
shows youngest and
The Contract Let. Very Interesting "The relation of the school to the business a membership of ninety-three. I II son of Mr. and Mrs Geo. S. Rowley.) come.see F.myatock C. Reiden; visitors, County always road wel one ?Y$ ,f L t y ,

world," was the subject of an interesting I. The party was a block from Railroad f
the Conductor York! of the Florida Bust large one, taxing the bridge. apr-i-tf. sM {
The contract for erection o' the Prof. J. C. Allen and the other teach talk by Mr. J. B. McGinley.Mr. Coast Railway has resumed his capacity of the dwelling to its utmost. n
runs, HOUSES
powerhouse of the W. I. Metcalf spoke on "The Among those present from a distancewere TO KENT ;7 'fit.. a :i
West Palm Beach ers of the West Palm Beach publ'cschool after spending several days in DeLand --.--.

Electric Light and Power Company has : faculty may well be proud of the Common School and the Law" giving a where he attended the commencement Misses Ethel Smith and Florence INQUIRE AT TROPICAL REAL ES, K a t
great deal ol sound and useful advice Murray and Mr. Richard r
to W. Gardner .. .
exercises 'of W.L Metcalf ,
been Stetson Mana. j'
awarded "the and the University, at "
to Geo.
Hasleburst & success attending closing
Son, the From ,
I young graduates.The which Boynton and also the young man'sfatbey gee ulari4-tf
his
of this town. A change of site baa been graduation exercises that were held yesterday most brilliant effort of the evening daughter Is a student.Dr. Mr. Geo. S. Rowley who managed A i 1

wade, the lot on the corner afternoon and last night.Thecfosiogexercises made S. H Woods bus removed his off, to
of Professor
Datura was by Allen who 'get away from his arduous duties h''
Itreet and Rdlrr which were IDcbarge ice from the Jefferson block, and Is now Senator Tallaferro. 1. if 1 ,1
ad Way. Just west of delivered a masterly address on "The In the office of the Boynton Packing '
the the School So. comfortably and moat located Joe Oh I. Washington correspondent ol. ''J
P. B. C track*, with a frontage of of Improvement Church, the State, the Home; their relation. conveniently Company, to be present at the celebra r C .
the Atlanta
one hundred and fifty feet, having been clety, were carried out at the school ." His earnest appeal on behalfof in the old bank'building., in the tion.: There were also present a few Constitution than whom no ,

purchased from O. W. Weybrecht from 3. to 4 o'clock. The large classroom Christian training; was listened. to with office recently vacated by Dr. L. D. friends from West Palm Beach and nearly man is better qualified to speak know + ? r
crowded with Eaton, two doors west of the Dade ingly of public men at the national r
Work in the new wing was cap.
on the resident of y r
erection the attention. So
of closest
; the building many good every Mangouia and those Ital
WM commenced Wednesday by Messrs, the friends and parepts! of the pupils. things was said, so many noble sentiments lI l- County State Bank. mUJ-IDI who, could not come sent their best has Senator the following to say of Florida's'% ', 1h "

Baslehurst ape! (ft will be pushed as vlg. Miss Mlttle Cox, as president of the a<+ expressed that to even give an At the regular session of the Guild) of wl bea. junior : .

orously as possible as the contract calls ciety, presided and did it well. The I outline uf the address would uot convey Holy' Trinity church, held Thursday The evening was passed pleasantly in Senator Tallaferro Is holding his fiat r '

for completion I program presented was sufficiently varied afternoon at the home of Mrs. Crutch the playing of genies political office. He has .large business t'.
on 05 before Angust ut I the thought that ran through it all. .At : of different kinds ..cy1
The size to make it decidedly interesting. Geld Datura street, it decided interests Florida and up''to the day
of the power house will be the request of many in the audience was to lu dancing and In partaking of the refreshments
fifty-five by thirty-three feet ; It will be The school orchestra composed of Lo- this address will( be given in lull in discontinue[ meeting doting the aumme, I provided for the occasion. when his friends put him In the race he ,. 't is ?1+

fire-proof brick bnllding with twelve real Grier, Mittie Co 7-Allen Porrlsh, Wednesday's Issue of The Tropical Sun. months, so that no\ further meetings I 'fl\e, gathering was a happy one and : figured principally as a business man, '

inch walls. The addTUonffor'' the fee Willie\ Branning and Edwin Parrlsh, The addresses were Interspersed'with will be held, until next September.A Ian honor to a gentlemanly and popular alive to the Interests of the State sod, s

factory will be made later in the season."cr played several selections: on mandolin, music by the school orchestra played( large Cf uwd of baseball enthusiasts young man who has been a resident for cootdbutingtotbedevelopmentomany' ..J.of .

me power house is completed violin guitar and banjo, to the delight\ catchy stile. crossed over to the Hast Side diamond over seventeen years of the secHon Its industries. He bad always been a t ,v

the necessary wiring will be done and of. the audience. ReFdings were given Mr. J. C. Harris, nteoiber oftbe Boardof Thursday afternoon- to enjoy the ball where be.now resides. Democrat and had been active as sup- t .:Cb

Poles will be placed where needed by Annie Mae Whipple, Ruby Pierce, Public Instruction\ of Made County, game between Maxfield s Colts and the 4 __ porter of the party and a worker In the
,
throughout {the town.The,, "company Lillian Cook Lorens Drier Mittie Cox, from this district, presented the diplomas School l Kids. The youngsters put up a Words of Appreciation.To party candidate organization for: office.I but. had never beena

will be very fortunate if they,,sncceed Allen Par nab and Charles Cor. A pret. to the following graduates, after !great game, playing splendid ball, but patrons and friends of the b
public have had
occasion
'
before
In having the! machlpery installed ty piano and violin selection was played addressing them at considerable length) unfortunately they fell down in the school: I knew m't
early
that
there
la November.. The by Ethel Fleming and Edwin Parrish, Edward William Burkholder Laura second Innings, allowing the Colts to was a possibility of opposition '
for this We wish the
contract through which
!
part pipers, to him to write of Senator
has been awarded to the Florida Electric and Burke Earman, Willie Burkholder, Lillian Cook, Marie Genevieve Fleming, run up a score of twelve run. ''After' have been so klud throughout( the school: career In Taliaferrous -, tyl'
Company James Yarborougb and Ralph Tiffanywere that they Rot down to' business but Washington. Even the iy'
of Jacksonville who Stella Alice Merchant, Thomas Edwin term
will ,up- to publish tho, news of our public men who oppose hint have
criticism
ply' a powerful DeLaval steam turbine the principals a clever dialogue Parrish. Laura Marsden Fleming, James could not overcome the long lead. The school and to further its Interests to to make his no g .
connecting! it directly entitled, How the: fun resulted." Lawrence Yarborough, Charles Alfred final figures were 17- to 19 in f..vor'of the thank the upon public acts, so far as (
with public
a General of Coate.The generally for their I have been able to find, and all frankly ,
Electric dynamo. The closing feature was a series llurke Earulan :Ruby Edna' ra
This will do away Cos, John support and sympathy in our work.. acknowledge that hlA record at Washington
"The flower 3 1''
entirely with the old-tlme.yatem of ea- tableaux the studies being Pierce. funeral of the late Richard Blog Ofttimes perhaps, this generous public has been excellent. As
glues and belts girls," "Faith. Hope end Charily, As each one stepped to the (front he or ham Moore look u matter
and will make the place Wednesday bas suffered with our weakness. We of fact, Florida bas had no Senator r 1
Plant the best and most modern In the "Spirit of '76," and "The Union For I she was greeted by a hearty ovation from afternoon/ front the family homo. on trust that what bas been sown in weakness I her history who has stnod higher in the in

state of Florida size considered. ever." To Mrs. Broadwell belongs much the audience. Professor Allen made Evernla street. An Impressive( service will rise up in strength and bless estimation of his fellow members of
Superintendent of the credit of the success of this pore mention of Master Burke Ear. was conducted in the Union that r
and special Congregational the coming generation (In its
Secretary A, R- power I body, and certainly! no maa-has worked
ueaujon Is lending ont the calls for stock tio'u of the entertainment. man who has never mlised 'a, day at church by Rev. A_ S. Davis the ":,.We wish to thank those, one and all, consistently or more amore

P jments and the business of,the cons GRADUATION EXERCISES. school during the last four ,ear.. building being filled with sorrowing who assisted us in the exercnes! of last for the welfare of the Sta successfully e. Tliese .

clad P-nyla, being started on a sound fHUobasis. ft was fortunate that this year tfie A pleasing number followed the' pre friends. At Lake View, cemetery the evening' sad the cultured. audience, for I thing are known to all men aud in '
repeating
graduation exercises could be held in a sentation. It was a medley of national last sad rites were performed, .In that Inspiring presence. i them beret have no intention +

--_eTQ ball with ample seating capacity. Last airs sung by the pupils of the seventh, home of the ,dead the body was laid We.: trust that each day-wllt find us'' whatsoever. of endeavoring' to Influence!

pregerve health and strength year the Union Congregational church eighth and ninth grades. way, there to await the general resurrection. nearer still nearer, together in 1:the I['this Senatorial campaign in any

drlak dim.]** water from the Lake was not large enough to contain all who The closing feature was a repetition Mesas William Lanenart, J. work of public education. through The Constitution. It1s way.
Worth ,, the tableau* given at the school in C. Stowers, W, I. Metcalf, R. J. I uaqae s ;7 !
ice Workj, It u .chemically sought admittance, and last; night the I of Respectfully, t loo ably true that Senator Taliaferro !"
pll1'\ filled with the afternoon. They were very pretty Chillmgworth, M, E. Spencer and W
tf. Prpber ppera House was well J. C. A4Zaw bas mad a remarkably fine record 'lath +
a cultured and appreciative audience. and came as a, fitting. climax to an R. Moses acted M> pallbearers. West Palm Beach Fla., Senate and that the people 'appre. ir'4

DenJaenlll". Clot IDg. AatboD,'.. Shortly after 9 o'clock: Principal J. C. eventful evening.. Clapp's Shoe. AutbO 7" .: Jane: 6thi'1905, ,elate that (act.SEMIWEEKIY : '
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Olive Street! between Evernla and Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York, vla..AtlaIlUc Coast Line.
b on Fern, just such a ph"'''. Nice, clean NO a1 Frank| C. Boyleston, Commercial Agent W. D. Stark. Traveling Passenger ,: ?
roonta, neatly furnished t oiufort blebcJy NORTHBOUND. DAILYi.v Agent,*ijft West Bay street, Astor Building Jacksonville Fla. H. M. I lEmerson[! '(
| Baud whokwome food j VERY \ Traffic Manager' W.J. Craig, General Passenger, gent, Wilmington N.C. J
moderate prluM. ere the McommenUatloitx. fit.Augustine_....,..... P. B: C. tly III 1Opm .
Ar jHckwmvllteLv .............. 110pm
Only a Iliuiuwl number ol room-board JackaoirvllleLv ............... B.A,.L.lly 110 pm '. 1
bo iwcomniodatod Table forllrumwlck
vracnn 1'haltuann ( ........... a O8 J .
ttt.pcilii.lty.MRS. DARLING. t.v Ravannah.................... 't fJ.1 pm pm
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FRANK Ar Columbia,fame).(..CcntraV.......... ..... ?. .....o..pm.___ .. 1
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BBACtl. FLORIDA "r n.lttn.o., ... ............I>eun... R. II 11 16 amArPhiladelphls.
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;1 ; The Seaboard "Iorld& Limited and the
rt', Seaboard New York Limited composed entirely I 1
Shoes o( new and up tolate Pullman equip.meat .
Boots and. between New York and 8t. Augustine,
t. .. ,
follows: Pullman lining Car, Double
Drawing Room bleeping Car, CompartmentCar i
-- and Observation Car .r
t. C. B. RYAN :

1 .,' Repairing In All Kinds I of Leather .. Ueo'l Paaa,Agent.PortsmoulhV. $0 sv "- ... .

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;f Goods Neatly Done. '. .
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x ;: Louisville &fiaslmlleRAILROAD i-Weekly Sailings BetweenJACKSONVILLE0 "* CKIBTIII I nntH \

?r', and Horsehide Shoes NEW YORK Tif&0JCLeVfLAM>

Calling at Charleston, S.C., both'wavi. U
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THtf COASTWISE SERVICETILE CMCACO ? ont5B ; FOR TENDER FEET r1\ /J
First-Class Service CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES I

Ali Olive St, North of New Jefferson Block Direct Service Betweeu BALiINORCYaa
and QuickSc4edules JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, / ("IJV ,._ ACTON
AND ALL EASTERN; POINTS. '
to Calling at Charleston both w.yn, Si' LOUis 2'l
:'t l BOND CO HtMI.WEKHlY!: : SAILINGS.!
BOND & Birmingham, Nashville, Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston _

;t OBPOIIATED: ) ranivllle, Chicago Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville "WOV/LLf*** # _
Mp Louisville, Cincinnati, W5A3
'f St. Louis and all points CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE ...rtlNlSrOIcrr lft !,

Manufacturer of West and Northwest Between Jacksonville and Sanford.
Mobile, New Orleans and aUPolu" ,
\ Southwest. Stopping at Intermediate Francis, Bare ford (DeLsnd) l.wc I't7
Landings on the St. Johns River. 1JfDrgyrs a
Lumber Lath and and Shingles Through tickets via the Louisville &
Steamer
.h /p Nashville are sold by all Railroad Coupon "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"IS
Ticket Agents in Florida.
.hrt 3PAPt4 tnYt
: For schedules, rates and uleeping-car APPOINTED TO SAn8 FOltOWS
., flooring, Siding and Ceiling, Brick, reservations, apply to Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. bundajra: Tuesdays and Thursdays S eta COLUMBIA/
J ', Leaves Sanford 930; a. m. Mondays Wednesday and Fridays?
Lime and Cement, In Stock J. M. FLEMING,
: Southbound Sehadal NorthboundRead
?t I i,. Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. R. R. Read down. up eiRJlwrd y
:206 West Bay St., Jacksonville! Fla. Leave S JO pm..............)ACICSONVILLE..Arrive: oo am r IlLAcJCilLLl
f ; C. L. STQNB, 84pm..............PALATEA. .........................,..Lean a oo pm
; F, Office and yards'on: P. E. C. Ry ". 3 ooam .,...n..r....ASTOR ............ ............ .. 3 jo pm For a eu
:. between Polncetta St &: Lake Worth Gen Pass Ag't, Louisville Kentucky ". 430.ra............,ST. FRANCIS.......... .. ............. r oopm stYAX
-........................BPagaroaoDsLAND( )..?....... ..... ... &omen SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN I
.', Arrive9Joam.__.M..8ANFORD.., ?..../............,.... 9 30 am
I Arrive 10 OoEan..Z..Uutcrprlae.:: ...................,_................. 10.01 .'
TO THE PUBLICWe i
f. .Farmers
General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W, Bay St. Jacksonville IfIlIJI'H
the l
undersigned hereby agreeto : ,
t $1.000 to manufacturerof ToRAILWAY
Ship us pay any ae5pA/Y1Lld
F.If. IRONMONGER Jr.,Au't n..n'll'u.Agt 104 West Bay Bt lackennillle Fie
ProduceWe paints who can show by similar TiL08.D.HALEY.Lund!: ",&.AvU Jankwtnvllle.. C.P.LOYELL,7tsa'tSupt.Jackeonvule) ,
p' Your tests JOHN L. HOWARD.rtuperlntcn.lent Foot Ito! nn St. Jurknonvllle.
paint standing WASHINGTON
.' any upon any A.C. HAGEIITY. Uen'I; K."n r-a...Alrt.. NeW_ Yo k. CL\DE Ml L P..CLYD1t 1 ,' Act N. V. NEW YORK. ASHVILLE and '
the handlers metal surface as perfectly and for TIIKU!: U. KOKR.: WH. : .i W.General "
are largest Manager! General Agents and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.
'
4 of Florida fruits and vegeta as long a time as our Graphite ._ CbOMbrouKh Building 10 State Street Now York '
bles in the South. Elastic Paint. Signed CINCINNATI, CHICAGO. "THE LAND OF THE SKY" :

.k' i' Payments Made THE NATIONAL PAINT The NORTH( and WEST... a.o. "The Sapphire Country." ,

AND VARNISH CO. N___.. Dtnintf C.rOn '
; Promptly SEABOARDSAVANNAH Pull De.iCn_ ..._...
Cleveland, Ohio, U. 8. A. AII-T..'._. 'Th. B..t.SOUTHERN .
;; :; We Handle Fish of all Kinds. I
I take pleasure in announcing RAILWAY. H. F. CARY'Dlatrlcl ,'....n.r Agent .
AIR HA'IL\xTAY .
y u q. Quotations sent weekly. that I have secured control for Dade .LINE 108 W. Bay Stra.l, jAci!oi.Yiu.a, !Put .
Send for stencil. county for the sale of the celebra. -.......- W.A.TO.K.P.T.M.,W. hlnIfOD.D.C. S.H.HAIDWICK:O.".A.Wuhlntton.D.C.
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H"TAno. A.O. P.Io..Atlanta,Ca.
South Georgia Produce Co ted Graphite Elastic Paint (generally ; COLUMBIA CAM DEN, SOUTHERN; PINES. RALEIGH,
known as Uncle Sam Paint). RICHMOND WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, -

,! Valdosta, Ga. This paint has the highest en PHILAD3UFJIIA, NEW. YORK -
i dorsemcnt for tin and iron roofs, M
smokestacks, iron fences and all Three Elescant"Trains Dally We Ship Quick Always in Stock ,;{]

W. H, ARTSON, exposed metal. .- Seaboard Now_ York Limited "
M. E. haunch
CRUBER '
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail SuppliesAUTO
TAILORINC-
). MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe ,

In Allots Branches Geo. S. Hacker SPARKERS GENERATORSEDISON
-- & Son Seaboard New'ork.. Limited I is a vestibuled train compose 1 '

PRESSIMS, CLEANING, exclusively: of Pullman Equipment-Dining. Compartment Drawing LeLANDE BATTERIES DRY BATTERIES

Room Sleepers and Observation Cars, operated solid St. Augustine and SPARK COILS WET BATTERIES, .,.
; n DYEINS AND :REPAIRING Jacksonville to New York, via Washington, leaving Augustine 12:10 I

Y Shop on Olive St. Wet Film Beach p.- m. and Jacksonville 1:20 p m. dally. Southbound this train i II What do Wahaveltl you need I 1 .. 'tDon't j
known as the Seaboard Florida Limited. '
'w let your launch lie Idle rp;;
LINE Write. n_Wire as-Crane to see all.
ONLY; s
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KIDNEY DISEASES Operating Daily Through Sleepers' From FLORIDA fclECTRfCALHMPANY:? ;

w Jacksonville New OrleansFor JI, 33.W For ytheSt. JACKSONVILLE, FLA ;f
arc the most fatal of' all dis : ,
,;
} eases. full information and Sleep/* reservations, call on any agent ,


F OLLY'fO KIDNEY CURE In Doors MANUFACTURERS, Sash, OP 'MACDONELL' Seaboard, or writeA. 8., O. BOYL&TON EflT 'i'LKR":1)11TO r


O.Buaraatiid Riradj Blinds. MouldingsAND Ast't Gen. Pass Jacksonville Agt. Florida.SUBSGItIBEI'OR Passenger! Agent M. LANE'; &: SON. ;.

or money refunded. Contains -- --. 250 Washington HtreetTNew York ';:

remedies recognized by emi7rr BuildingMaterial, 7 .. ., I
vent physicians as the best fori' CHARLESTON, S, C. proda dFruit Commission, Merchants! t't'FtoRIPA"l'OMATOltS

Kidney and Bladder troUbla. 1_- Largest Factory South. THE SUN AND PINEAPPLES OUR SPFCIAI.TY'I"

PRICK boa,sad si.ce. Send for Prices. Stencils, Cards and Quotations Furnished ouAf. plicationTIUG ? ;.

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, THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SATURDAY JUNE 6, 1903, s a '
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The --- --. -_. -------'-'"_. --J -- h '
BBEBFLBTSI. Magnolia Club Is a new social C.
or. Gus
lUAUI
R. Freedlund -
i has Miami
ganitatlon to
In gone
... Miami which win prob: for
t bly grow Into some a visit and may visit Cuba before be
returned frptn'New York. prominence. The returns .
Cohen baa meeting are held every Saturday after. \aid GRUBER

Board of County Commissioners noon The members Adolph Freedlund left'fburmlavnight ..
d \Tfte < are Mrs. Russell, .
laet Tuesday. The neztGleeliog Mrs. for a trip to Jacksonville "
were, in session Mackle Mrs. Sjoatrom Mrs. J. w or further ""
l will\ be beld July;6lb*; Homer. Mrs. Johnson and the Misses E. E. Chase started for Jacksonville

r Progressive Euchre Club baa adjourned Youngs.. Thursday night. ,
The f.
q for the milliner t :, / Chas, BIrkner, who hRS been connect.ed Miss Nellie Rowley left for T&angon'ialast '. !)

D. W. :McComb has returned from hla with the Western Union Telegraph Monday morning to help celebrate 'j
."* office In Miami for her brother Alex S. Rowley's '
trip to Daytona. several years bas ac. twenty tj '
cepted a similar first birthday, *!!-*, .
Ev Seven ft last Sunday? :for New position at a higher sal.
d1IHa
York on a business trip.':" -.".: : y rrin Havana. He left for that place Geo. S. Rowley, of the Boynton Pack'. ,

Mrs. W D. Hughes, and mother L1'fr Mia.Hlnckson last Saturday and if It proves satisfactory lug Company force, left :Monday night : :. l ? 'y

have gone to New York to be will move there with his family, for MangonU to be present at his son, .. k '. ./ ,,' .
' to reside As A. Stewart of ,
permanently. they are ac. Rowley's coming age : r
summer. ': :
spend the In ilia- live members of tbe social life in Miami birthday party Tuesday night He ,returned ; ;, L"I : \ '" tied;

A. K. Froscher spent ,Sunday they will be greatly missed Wednesday his .-. ,.. .
and their de- night, bringing ----- ---' ,
nil and vicinity. :, partnre will be regretted by a Urge daughter, Miss Bessie, with him. -

Mrs. O. W. Dora and Mrs. M. A, circle of friends. Misses Ethel Smith and Florence Murray { I H'ata Got lore FnrniturBThan
their beautiful '
Klngsley are occupying Edgar Jones returned to Miami Tues- spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Undertakers, j jIP
the riverrecently
new resldeuce across day after an absence of 'three months friends in Mangoma; also vislting"West
built by J. K. Corn. t" the Everglades Palm Beach.R. Clothes
on a surveying trip. lIe ... ."
Messrs. H. H. Brown and W. Brown was glad to get back to civilization once W. Gardner went up to town\ Tuese .

of Rochester, Minn., who purchased the more, having penetrated regions; where day, spent that evening at Mangonfaand i I should,have YOU NEED "
place below Codonnut Grove, no wbite man has ;,;,
Kingsley ever ventured. The returned home early Wednesday
received a carload of furniture i which survey corps will remain in Miami and morning bought Clothes Furniture:;.

they are hauling this weeks: await orders from St. Augustine. but I, ,
Cullen Pence visited Miami and De). i 'k aF .

Mrs.S. L. Patterson bill returned home Blount's school bill, appropriating ray the fore part of the week.A. Go the r
to 1 I' M

Ocala accompanied, who will by\ be Mlsa a house' Sue .guest Barco for of (50,000 both Houses to carry this out session the measure and will, paused be put company D. Giddena went foreman up to of West the packing Palm 'leUtnl 7 1? e y' s PRICES and '?. a } ,y1f/4T./ ; Y' .;


several weeks. ,, < tn practice at once It means a material Beard the first of the week and Tuesday Styleswere
fiom Jacksonville has gain for the edi.caton of Florida who J.B.MtGinl Y '
T. C. Darby was married to Miss Llllie Clark at the s
purchased 1 the grocery; store. of T. N. are to be congratulated. residence of the 1 bride's sister Mrs. Fred too much of a P, ql4 tr M

Guiltier. He and hi*family) have apartments The Miami Rifles were Inspected last VIetcalf. Mr. and Mrs Glddens expect temptation so I

at the home of B. B. Tutum for Wednesday evening by Captain Philip to make Boynton their home though -- Company

present. Ward U. S. A., and were a credit to they are not here yet. am shy a few

Messrs. Mouroe Padgett and' Fornle themselves as well as their friends. A Tuesday night there were no less than duds Jefferson Block 4p

Torbert of Miami, and Roy Swanson, number of spectators were present who three turtles turned over, on 'the beach f ? aT '
-----
of Cocoanut Grove, left for Port Bur. thoroughly enjoyed the exhibition. and everybody baa been living on turtle ------ -r --

chard, Honduras, C. A.,. Wednesday When the official report has been received soup and steak ever since. NOTICE OP INTENTIONTo J. J.HUNTERPainting .

there will probably be great rejoicing ._ .
"
morning ;,- apply fur Letters Patent I \ I i ,1 t I n f

Mr. and, Mrs. E. D. ,V. :Burr and' chll.dteu among the company and Carle.ton's The Best Prescription for Malaria Paper. Hanging and Decorating

are gueets of Mr. sncIMrs. Vivian ballad "Off with the old and on Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Glove's To whom it may concern! 4'k'

Rutherford. with the new," wilt probably find! expression Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron Notice IH hereby given that on the inth Ealltnates furnished and alt Contracts given prompt and personal attention. !u }

Miss Dellle Pierce of Lemon City in their future appearance. and quinine in a tasteless form. No day of June A. D. 10011, at Ten o'clock a m.dl rostoffice Box 380 Ouly Union Men employed. WEST PALM BEACH ] 9 f,

101 1I. A. E. Heyser who.was quite ill cure, No pay. Price So cents. Maid day; the undersigned will apply to the t .
hat to Marseilles, Ill, to spend to .
,
gone liovurnor' the State of Florida, at 'relic.hssareFlorldaforletters
--" --
at West Palm --
Reach after _
the death of e l
t"
the summer patent upon the 1 ,
her mother which occurred recently Have You Noticed'tTbe proposed charter Hnbraltted. pursuant to the TTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTT!TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTCounty t'
ChamberlaiVa Stomach and Liver returned home last week accompanied t.atutemade and provided. Dated thin 15th i-J
Tablets are just what you need when you by her sister. Her friends are glad to date on the label of your papers. day of 'May, A.D.1908. Dade State Bank '1'4 i ') t'i
feel dull after .
have no appetite eating It tells you just to what time your 'subscription W.' P. HATCHETT, .
and wake up with a bad taste in your _now of her improvement..The ,
has been paid. All subscribers W H. lUCAMARA pUiJK
\
mouth. They will improve your appetite West Palm Beach Florida ;
cleanse and invigorate your stomach new cells for the county jail have should see that the date is changed after TILLIE HATCHETT, ,
been put in, which make it one of the their Subscribers! .' ,and lacorpuratnr
and give you a relish for your food. sending remittance,. and should --"yam.---
For sale by all druggists and medicine strongest jails in the State. So much notify this office if it is not so changed. ARTICLES' ) OF INCORPORATION. ,
dealers. for Capital Stook $16,000
Dade. AaTICLB I. ,

Miss Louise Carpenter, his opened an The most complete line of tooth brush The name of this corporation shall. be the .. '

art school In Miami for the summer, tbe Cuts Bruises and Burns Quickly Heated. es, bristle goods and combs ever seen in u Hatchett-Dat/'araaru Hardware Company," Surplus, $10OOO '

classes meeting In one"of the rooms-of Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an antiseptic West Palm Beach Is now displayed at and Its principal place of business shall be at ) ,
lialo.entauJ when applied to cuts, Went. Palm Beach, Dade> County Florida.
the Miami public school building. bruises and burns, causes them to heal Broadwell & Moore's pharmacy If with authority to establish the same elMo- OPFICKRH ; DIRECTORS
Miss Ida who-'haa:' without maturation and much more hereafter II thu Board ol Director K. N. Dimlck. President. K. N. Dimlck Oeo.'w'. T.nltilmrt ,
pickey opened a -- where Gee W: Potter Vi... President K. B. Potter K. M HnlHfantOeo.
private school during vacation bar near- quickly than by the usual treatment. For .hall so decide Algid with branch office or L. urannlna;, W; Holler W.H. Hl.ll.erieo. '! ,'il'k, + ''' .
; : ..
sale by all druggists and. medicine deal Thomas A. Edison, the inventor will offices at such other place or places a. inn, ,. GenA. SlAisuld: : rC..hl"r I*. llrsnMinDEPOSITORY I. .
ly sixty pupil. enrolled the grades ers. exhibit some of his latest inventions at 'nwcMiary to further the Internet of tho -: V-3
_. OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
(aught/ ranging from the first to the sixth the World's Fair. Company. M
-.- Agenerslbsnklnebusiness nnacted. Collectionprenr.f\ ;+*remlt'a 3ii day: ( ',y +
grade.
COCOANUT
GROVE GLEANINGS II. *
( ABTICLB 'of receipt. Profit bought sad told on tbe principal citlea In United thu Sla.cn. f '+" ,d y,

Memorial Day exercises were participated Driven to Desperation. The goner*! nature of It* bunlnenn Khali be SAFETY :SOXES FOR REN"T:: "vAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAA&
The Ladles of the House-keepers Club bat ol carrying on mercbandlolnfr and deal- ?.
(
In concourse of
by a large people. Living at an out of the way place remote -
In hardware and other merchandise ..lIdmo.oolacturllllf. : d tTA!
.
In session when loS .
The different organizations formed in met regular Thursday from civilization, family is often wltb the right to bold, buy .
one of the most Interesting meetings of driven[ 10 desperation in case of accident, '
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line after of ---- trry
directly the Knights( Pyth and ell reel. estate. personal property, tookorequltluK -- -- a'l
esulllnif in Burns Cuts, Wounds, Ulcers, .., '
las service held In tbe Fair building, he year was enjoyed. The question for etc. Lay in a supply of Buckten's Arni- .,all Its business Interests may .re- j .

and marched In body to the discussion ,was: "What constitutes a qulre, Si.
a cemetery cn Salve. It's best on earth; 150, at
lu good house-keeper" and excellent pa- all ARTICLE III. ,
address was made by Rev. Fred Druggist.
--.- The. amount of cnultal stock ot thin, corporntlon -
bars
>ers were read by S. V. R. Carpenter ;
Pasco and furnished the
the
songs by "hall be Thirty-Five Thousand "
and Mrs A, MacDonald After The site for the Pennsylvawia building g r
John
school children were very beautiful.\ Dollars (inn.OOO.OO), to be divided Into # State of Florida 'y jp
There were several wagon loads-of'flow. the business was transacted the memo at the World's Fair has been allotted on three hundred and fifty ((8SO shares of the I alt
which bars sat down to a well filled table of he plateau of States. pnr v.&lueof One Hnmlrcil Doll.ir ('1OO.OI ;"n
en the flower
distributed by
were
Dollar i f
each. Twenty-Five Thousand
girls and the ...crowded with delicacies donated by the houae keepers i
cemetery, (WB.OOO.OO: which connlBtlug of aetnck.neys +
and a delightful; hour was spent Tax On Babies. will be paid In I r We extend a ;fit
spectators, nearly three thousand people I and otber reoourcns ; TI?! ,
being on the grounds The parade was In social intercourse. On tbe Fourth of 1 1lay Extreme hot weather is a great tax by the suboert'",+rs upon the granting ol thin the accommodations ;t ,
there will be a "Shirt Wist" party upon the digestive power of babies; hnrter.end the remainder to be (ulmcrlbudmil +
nearly a mile in length and David W. 9
,
at the Club Honse.Contractor when puny and feeble they should be ( paid In an hereafter may be determinedby of a \/ /s
McComb as marshal of, the day deserves
given; if few doses of White's Cream the Board of DirectorsARTmLa
special mention for the executive. ability C. T, McCrlmmon has esablished Vermifuge, tbe childrens' tonic; It will IV. strong'and well! equipped bank.w .

shown on that occasion. his headquarters at the Broad- stimulate and facilitate the digestion of The term for' which this charter shall exist :

No good health unless the kidneys are geest house, Mr. Harley is stopping at strong heir food, healthy, no that and active.they soon 250.become shall be tblrty (BO) years. i

sound. Foley' Kidney Cure makes. the Rock cottage. The railroad extensionis -- ARTICLE V.

kidneys right. Dimlck. & RIegel. progressing rapidly the clearing be. The mining companies of Mexico are The busmen of this corporation shall be
.
The temperance contest held at tbe fog several miles below the Grove. taking active interest in the World's conducted> a Board of Director to than conHist First National Bank or Miami ; dl, w 1
1j
of not less than throe" (8)), nor more 'iI t It--
First M. E. church lest Friday was attended Roy Swanson who has been home on Fair, and will make an extensive, display five 13), as the by-law may "specify, and the I R .

by a large crowd of interested a visit, left for Port Burcbard, Honduras, excelling that of any other country burliness. .....tnl... Bald Directors to be elected ft&yc&3C3 .
MIAMI FLORIDA )
friends of the participants Tbe. contestants C.; A., Wednesday morning. He will the United States alone excepted. each ysar at the regular annual meeting ;, "
stockholders to be held on the first
of the
were Misses Beatrice Myers 'Flor: he greatly missed by his friends. -..- .
Monday May of each year unless. otherwlHii >c$& : -q
cute Stephens Stella Nelson Myrtle The joung men of the Grove will ELECTRICAL WORK.' determined. And until the first annual --

Willlard Ruth Hinson and Robert Taylor give a dance at the Club House, Friday DESIRING ANY ELEC. mrailnizot the stockholder". Wm. P. Hntch- y' 11 '. u

Miss Ruth Hinson was the winner PARTIES work,, done will fiad the aft Wm. H. DaCainara1 and Tlllle Hatchett '' y f 1
of the medal 1 evening. ..- Peninsular Electric Construction Cum shall constitute the Board. of Director, of if o totoKO totOKO.to toitoo ior.onMOMOMouoMOsioMoMoMoio3o: K ,
which Bourd Wm. P. Hatrbett shall lie PresIdrutpnd o O ',
The wedding -of,Mls Minnie Viola The Happiest WomanIs 1>aoy fully equipped.PENINSULAR Estimates ELECTRIC given ; Wm. H. DnCumara shall be were.tary Y R 0 &' 1' ilY ,

Hall and Mr. Josiah Ch( l1le' was solemnized the hardworking one. The best 'on application.CoNSTnaeriON\ Co., West Palm and treasurer Y G. G. Strohm Company '

Wednesday evening at the satisfaction" comes of service performed. Beach Fla.. ABTICLB VI. K l 1,
home of the bride before Only it is necessary to keep the bowels Theummrs of the corporation shaU'con.51st o 0 Iluv f,
a large company -
regular and the organs active.- There of a President Secretary! and Treasurer, If( \
of friends, The ceremony wall per, nothing like Dr. King's New Life Pills and such other officer a* the Directors may a'o ''l
formed by Rev. W. B. Stanton promptly for that. They reader "service gently, ;; hereafter determine. Th offices ol Secretaryand i FAMILY GROCERIES i.o i.

I at eight: o'clock.. The bride.wbo Is a yet thoroughly. 25=. at all' Druggists. r Treasurer may be filled bv one person. o ,x I i

beautiful girl made lovely bride and ,.' a. may be. determined by the Directors.ARTICLE fir V o Jiff *'

Mr. Chaille as bndegrOomO'w88'at!; his BOYNTON. You owe The highest _amount of VII.indebtedness. or. liability i Fancy Food Products ft? i ;,
best. "
After the congratulation., elegant ForC Valley, oo
Frank Chase has gone to to which this corporation can at anytime oK '
refreshments were served. The present itsell.heilnotexceed Fifty per o "
subject
were useful and beautiful.. .Mr. and Mr; Ga.F.. C. Brigham left' last week for his Us Nothing... ... relit (BOt; ot Its paid. 'In capital.A x Grain and Provisions. "0 :'. ;

Chaille will be at home to. their, friends' In Michigan.Mrs. TU-LC VIII. < i
It the Hall residence for the present as borne : The names, resilience and number of shares JEFFERSON BLOCK a ,wflhj
Chase has gone North The druggist are a* fullows r ;
Jennie
corporator
they have taken the house .daring the For doing right. subscribed by the .
will most of the summer' with I deserves to In the confidence o 0 b'
absence and spend who grow i
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of If(
Rev. 0. W and wife
Hall "
neighbors.) has no P.ltatch.ttWest Palm Beach, Flor-
of his Wm.
who left Thursday morning for Georgia friends in MLchigad.Agent \ other safe and sure way open to Ida. 1UO ahnreal. o West Palm Beach, Florida. g ,,a

to be gone' all summer. The newly mar- C. A. Maull has left on a vaca him Wm. H. DaCamara West Palm Bench, :-1.190:1: 0 : 'tn110710A0i i

fled pair have the beat'wishes of a host tion and H. A. Worrell is F. E. C. agent We simply solicit your. patronage Florida OO shares '. ,i10tIC1.o1.OS10S10i1O1oltOt101tOhoi107a0ki07107aolaOS.0710
the grouuds of Hatchett, West Palm Beach Florida
of friend now'. on Time .
for their; future happiness.. for a while i share

J'.1 have been troubledt 'for some time j; a.: Bonner, the colored school teacher ...PURE DRUGS ... W. P. HATCH R'l'T, CITY' MEAT MARKET

; diKestion! and sour:stomach' closed the school last week and left w. H. DACAMAKA ft

says and Mrs have Sarah been WCnrtI.,of I.ee.Maall.. for Miami.C. rightly bandied at --TtLLIE. HATCHETT._ Florida and Western: Meats, Poultry, Game and Eggs. + .rf
Chamberlain's
helped Stomach and Liver taking Tablets which have I! C. McKinnev left for Jensen Mon- ,..FAIR PRICES... State County'of Florida. ;of Dado\I .Mail Order Receive Careful Attention. "

me very much *> that now I can day. -
eat many things that before I could not. of Mrs. A. On' this basis we have grown; ; Buurem.> personally appeared Wm.PHatchett. Jefferson Block. WEST PALM BEAOH..
sister
U yon have any trouble with your atom- Miss Rosa Ackley a on this basis we will continue to ,Wm. H. DoCarnara and T'U'eHatubett 1-.'_
Ich why not take these tablets.and get J. Bowen left Monday for her Michigan Grow. to m. well known, who severallytcknowleflRod
Well? to make signed and *cbsrrlbwl '
For IIIte br' all druggists' and home. We are in busmen that they
medicine dealer.: but know full well tn.t to the'above and foregoing' charter
Eric Barnes Pringle left Monday night for money we must, earn your confidence, for nee one and purpose therein contained FRA K W. ST frt .N & CO.:
Hall to : : +
we opened-a. private;: school in 'Ohio James Taggart going along before we can get your patronage. and expreaed. E'FT.. .. a ;
public ISChool.bldldiDR'> W,P. HATCII r
Just keep him compsnytA. DACAMARA .OtiR 'SPECIALTY.
the higher branches .wilt be taught; : clerk in C. W. Pierce'* left w. H. HATCHETT"; .
Jaudoo Wi
and TILLIE
as It
inch opportunities are. seldom Monday morning for Lantana and the Dimick &, Riegel l lFo.1 l' testimony wh-raol I bars hereunto'set -
In
the neglected venture by the good citizens of Miami North. my: hand and mat this 10th day" of Muy, AD Fancy ,:East ,Coast Pines r

will no' doubt be a success.. .. Anstln/who assisted Agent Maull ,. 10 l'JOd. '
Cadet WILLIAM I. METOALF Vine Street
pr 14 Philadelphia.
LlentenpptyRyyrsema%) urdine has left to accept a Poblw. = ,.
during the winter Notary's !Neap] Notary
returned [
home from
the School in
Military } Railway
Southern
at Bartow 'last.week with high;hon rs.; position with. the W._I.MKTCALF.i..AUo.IUI.ler: locowporatol'tlJ ." Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit
bs.t'1g won\the medal Irj the oratorical Jacksonville.Th 'm s
COotet f tomato season l I. ovet and the J --- GROVES LOCATED i

dire just during closed ihe. commencement He la eter;the pineapple season is In full blast.Cblll8''lIarneY'I.temporary.caovaa. aLEYs7ilo" TAR tt5 IIIB11YCOll.ak Llles &- Stanton,,Terr* Cefa;Flal: Armstrong; & Stauton,}i> Imett;.'pta ,t
IV receiving '
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rongrAtulatioua of thisfrienda.I ael' prevents ... .. Kidalyl turd 11I..41. Right. .
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stock is absolutely nothing! Gwe
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: $I Our Shoe $4 60 Patent Kid $ti. but to convince (fJ
I' [ Canvass $3.60 Vici Kid and Titan Calfskin | ., J j
n si y (/) clean, fresh and up-to-date Patent Kid has never been known to crack.. .1.u. . u............................
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pair of our Queen Quality '
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!:' for the price. Oxfords $2.50, Bals $3. Price stamped by the makers on every pair. .

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SUBSCRIPTIONSARE 11
PARAGRAPHS D Brown 200

W II Sanders .. 2 00 :IF IT'S THE-
COMING INTo
PURELY PERSONALPeople J C Harris .. ..,: 3 00
I J 0 Cbeoatbam I 00 -
as They Come and Go-- Assist the Cemetery Improve-. J W Sanders .. I 00 You are looking for STOCKS 1

S'' People Whom You Mayor ment Committee In Installing B1\IPotter ion LATEST ine our ueline of .
Water Works. A 1\1 Whitman .. ., 100 ana Piq .
4; May Not Know.
W G T.lton .. 00
Ceo 11 lIurd .. .. .!;';.. I 00II GOODS CO.
visitor In( Ever since Cemetery Improvement The A. S. BOTSFOD DRY
Mr. M.'B. Aultman was a J Burkh.rdt .. .. I 00
jt Miami Ibis week. I Association decided to erect a windmillat J&C .. .,i' too THtJ LADIES' OUTFITTERS
the cemetery Mr. A. B. Olwell has, ".
from .
Judge A. J. Lewis returned J M Owens t 100
4 Titusville Thursday night where he during his spare minutes, passed arounda W W M.ulhlln ';, I OnB
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subscription list for the of 'w .
; spent several days on legal business. purpose : A Pbm.n: 100

.4 i ': Mr. and Mrs. D. McCullough left on raising improvements sufficient the money waterworks to pay for system the Willie BrannlnR .. I 00 Say It Wa Booth.A ---- SPRING, --
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Wednesday for Umatilta Fla, where B A Ma&lield: 100 dispatch to the St. Louis
special
at the "city of the dea for five six weeks. W eKing 50 ,
they will visit or Globe Democrat from Enid, Oklahoma
windmill and the
of erecting the doing
Will J Str.b.n 50 Borax, FOUNTAIN POLISH Witch ,Hazel A Fineylb
Mr. W. M. Pope of the County Clerk's piping will be 320 and of this amount says that Junius Brutus Booth, the actor Toilet Soap
office Miami arrived in town Thursday 161.00 has already been subscribed.The : 1166 00 and nephew of John Wilkes Booth, the roc Cake
> $ lib 15 cents 25 cents Pint 25 celts! Pint 5e
.
night and left yesterday on a vacation\ subscription list to date is printed ----+. -+- assassin of President Lincoln, baa fully

trip to his old home in Atlanta, Ga. below, and additional subscriptions Every Four Years. identified the remains of the man known

lie will be away for three weeks or a be acknowledged from week to week. "It seems to us," says the Savannah as David E. George, as his uncle. TALCUlICopperss \
month. George, or Booth, committed suicide I n Sl la 1{espear S, Time rpWU
I" The list is as follows: News, "that the Florida Senate showed 3Centslb: ,/ IQ and
i Burkhardt. one of West I for here January 14th last, and In his effects .. 15C
,' 1'01188I.nde! i I Bradley Bros. fro noM wisdom In passing the bill providing '
Palm Beach's most popular and .\\tr.c-I, E Gruber 10 oo quadrennial sessions of the Legislature./ :was found a letter directed toj. T.Bates,
live young ladies is expected to arrive I'A P Anthony 10 oo The.opinion is expressed in onr dispatches -;of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Bates came Shakespearian times knew uo Soda \V.ter
g here Saturday and will be the guest of Bond & Bond Co. (Inc.) 10 00 that the bill will fail in the I here at once, and fully Identified the Later on It came; of a certain kind the appar-
Misses Grace and Isabel Garrett for a Geo L Branning > 10 00 Houne-notwithstandlug the fact.tbat it I body of Booth. He then went East and atuscrude, but the beverage delightful popu. Cash mer

294 few weeks-Miami News. Lalnhart & Potter in 00 is favored by the people. There is time I has obtained positive identifications of Castile Soap lsr and distinctly American. The rainbow- Soapoundt
hued, seductive glass of soda water should he
remains from the dead man's nephew
the
a Mr. S. Schneidman returned Wednesday A B Otwell 10 oo enough for the people to be heard' in :J s and
51' and healthful lIeaven-distilled 15e J5C
Miss Clam .a refreshing as
,
from Miami, where be has been in W P Hatchett' 10001 regard' to it. They ought to hold mass ml-from: Joseph Jefferson
I of others who knew dew, and 80 It fa If drawn from proper lOurcesbat
Morris and a score ?
charge of the store of Schneidman & Miller& Co. 5 noM meetings end let the Legislature under.
I Cohen for several weeks. His brother J Yarborough 5 00 stand bow they feel about the matter him in his early days. According to -
f Mr. Bates' story be had acted as Booth's Welt, we have IIOVer1 the problem by pur.
W C C Branning oo much
has been very ill In a New York hospital 3 "There Is altogether too legislation -
but Is now out of danger. o G Strobm 5 oo In all of the :States: and there is a confidential agent and attorney for nearly Biltmore chasing a 30th Century Fountain, absolutely Stearns

Invitations have been sent out by Mr. T A Feaster 5 ooH vast amount of money wasted on the forty years. After Lincoln wasatiol, Ice Crea m sanitary, Electric::
and Mrs. Benjamin Cook, to the mar. P Branoing! 5 ooFrank Legislatures that could be spent in other .I the assassin escaped: to the Garrett plantation and Pure The I Model Pharmacy, Paste
P of their daughter Miss Kathryn to Idner 5 oo ways to much better advantage. A session In Virginia. According to Mr. CREAM 25 Cents
rlage
RUSSELL a LAN5INO. Proprietors
Bates, the who was killed was
Mr. Arthur William Spitzer. This G W Idner 5 oo once in four years would give the man
happy affair is to take place on Thurs- J B McGInley 5 oo' people of Florida all the laws they need. named Ruddy. ,Being warned Booth
D A Allen > oo If demand should arise left Garrets and was taken care of by Bltters.the
5
day evening,June tsth.In the Methodist an imperative ICE COLD Electric ICE
Debf Iron and Wine
D W Penton & Co. oo for to meet conditionsan friends central Kentucky. He later
church and RevyC. Fred Black- 3 legislation new I Great Tonic
e nAt 6oc quart
burn will officiate.: These popular M E Spencer 5 ooH extra session could be called, and a settled at Glenrose Mills, Texas, where 5 e: a only 79c Bottle '
Bottle'
50 cents
t, young people have s host of friends who P Scruggs a oo brief session held without a great: deal of he conducted a store for several years' as

i t t V are greatly Interested in the coming. lea ee Conklin > 2 oo expense. The people of the States which John St. Helen.
{' event. I J C Scowers 2 oo have quadrennial sessions seem to have T.-

:, ;y. all the legislation they want. They are Stop It ,
not clamoring: to go back to annual sessions Park Commissioner C. W. Schmld is
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or even biennial sessions. lIe is busy .
'' '' '' '' '' '' .' '' ' '' ' '. lu trouble. a man on .uyordln.ry .
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"Florida has a very small debt and day and especially so on
Ipul 3 she has a low tax rate-,a rate that is going Thursday afternoons.A h \ Now Open '

t to be still further reduced. A low petition signed by fifty prominent T P Park k Cotlaae 11 Under New
tax rate is one of the best advertisements residents, was drawn up one day this ll 4- :

4 she can have, provided the rat week by Mr. H. 1,. Hillier, and present ManagementOVERLOOKING
tx t
give. her su ample incocome. With ed to Mr. Schmld. Here is the way It LAKE WORTH
qu.drellnl.lsessiona It will be possibleto reads:
cut down the rate considerably, besides To Park Commissioner Schmid: Special Summer Rates Sunday Dinners a Specialty

preventing a great mass of utterly "We, the undersigned; realizing how
.
useless legl.la lon." grievous and heinous an offense it 'fa to MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress

There is a great deal of sound sense in have "anything dol g" between the . .
what the News says. Bach session of hours off p. m. and $ a. m. on ordinary

x Mr. KnoxSays the Legislature.costs the people about days, and between the Lpnrs of 13 nodn
e $73.000. without taking Into account a and 6 a. m. on Thursdays and Fridays ,
great deal of useless and even vicious
Inclusive therefore beg assistance
= .. legislation. The money might far better to immediately; proceed your to atop ..........eee......eeee.eeepee.eeoe.wNeeeN........*J|

be spent in building State highways, the growing of grass, trees, etc etc., In
We can cut the price on his Alpine for improving schools: and this year for the public park, as the noise caused by i H. L. HILLIER
a suitable exhibit at the World's Fair at the said operation disturbs the peace .

and Golf-shape Felt Hats. We have St. Louie__ _-... and welfare of the aforesaid town.' : WHOLESALE AND RETAILTOBACCONIST' "

about two hundred of these famous $6 /flay Weather Report. The park'commissioner needs help in .
this trouble of his, and any suggestionsfrom : :
Superintendent H. P. Hardin has sent .
kind friends, which will help him ,
condition that will close
in
Hats good we
out the monthly melerological summary out of the difficulty, will ,be ,gladly re : Cigars, Tobacco Cigarettes Pipes, Etc., Etc. :
from the Putted States Weather Bureauat
; out at $3 and $3.60. We have too many Jupiter. ceived. .!' --- '
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C for summer. This is an offer never made The highest temperature recorded was The Best Prescription for Malaria I
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: FPLL LINE LOWNBY'S
85 degrees the 31st, and the lowest, Chills and Fever is a bottle of Glove's OP CELEBRATED. CHOCOLATES

4:: E before in Dade County. t 6a degrees on the 1st. The average for Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron :: coed Soda lunches to Order During Season!) 's!
the month was 76 degrees, which is the and quinine in a tasteless form. No Ice Cream soda iI
Big: cut also in Knox Straws. Buy a exact average for May for the past sixteenyears. cure No pay. Price :50 cents. : I Ice Cream SKMINOI.S BLOCK, WEST '.U.M; BEACH .. or

'(te + Knox and get the best. degrees. Last year May averaged 78 -- ....................................,...... ... ..... j:

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0 = The 'rainfall waa only 2.71 inches. Have You Noticed f -

This shows a deficiency of 2.39 Inches The date on the label of,your papers. ri

from the average precipitation for the It tells you just to what time your sub. ;
dy past sixteen years, which 185.10 inches. "tcrtption has been paid. All subscribers JHMES H0LLEYB0II.DER
For the same month last year the rainfall shuuld see that the date is changed after ,
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+ was 4,83 inches.In sending their remittance and should L.- .--- _..-.a" J

May tBere were fourteen clear days, notify this office if it is not so changed. ... PLANS! AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ow! AP CATION ...
+ sixteen partly cloudy and only one absolutely WEST FLORIDA ",
t ; PALM BEACH, '. .. .. "
}' ; f West Palm Beach Palm Beach MiamiT 3 cloudy day. Rain fell on dine 0 0' \'
days during the month. The most complete line of tooth,brushis -== "

t bristle goods and comb ever seen in

',., ; tw?, IMPORTANT. West Palm Beach, Is now displayed at LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS )
Broadwell & Moore's pharmacy. tiThe ,
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r V T ANTHONY'S SHOKS YOU NEED 'GLASSES ? WE A. I.
DO T, HOSE
ABB the finest optical I instruments Proprietor. )
8ILUMT SALESMENAnthony J made and give satlnfaction. Prices res- label on your'a paper snows to you -iftunchea, Yachts, Sail and Fish! Boats, Bow Boat. and Dinghy f.,
L tunable.1O., W. IDNXK & Son. what dare your subscription: is paid. Built to Order, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out.
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4.i! 18' Opticians.j4wbattan : The Tropical Sun would be glad to have Boat Yard at Mangonia.P. '

&AAAAAAA1y .&AAAA&A&&A&A..A&&AAA&&AA&AAA&&A 6Wrts.Anthony's. all arrears settled promptly. tf 10-18.tf ..O. address WEST PALM BEACH, FLA r

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