The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
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: May 17, 1905
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
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00039
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i [ro rhI'TMI 1RRNUM aUN+MOR,Ie,lair, FLqRYDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS. WHOLE NO. 'I 1083v .

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im( \" I jVill.l Again 'Observe' f City' Council I CLOSING IMS'

) :' 11E1.JSi rNJrntE' : The ''Half Holiday; Meets Tonight' : : OF i t; ;:,

'j"iC: :. :-. ::' ... tj ( 'T 8 Commencing: tomorrow: the majority L There was no meeting, of the'i felly(
Of business men'of the city of West Palm 1:111ast eight; there being no quorum ,

'. '. &, Jtl1), ; :. ,/ Beach will observe the half-holiday plan present. The members present adjourned I "
.. ; which has for the past'two' years proven, until tonight: when the regular meeting '. I *l < J
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'f'r( "*-G'reat: Council'; "'ttiVfetatt" 'j.l";' \ : ao? This satisfactory-means that;.every Thursday, at )tit Is rumored on the,streets today tha. Faculty, : Has ;Prepared.a, Interesting Prbgjrdm, '

',J 't< l '. ; Houn, practically all business will sus- something in.the shape of a genuine sensation I. .. 'x. .
t Session Beach : pcnd, and 'el1lplov .*'eud""employes'alik'e; will be sprung, all of which has For Important Event Which Will ,
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.. will\ permitted to spend a half day In grown out of the celebrated Scbrebnick'case. \ ,. "I

: rest, recreation In whatever manner: '1'1 ( "Commence Friday; Night. ,

i; :1 Creditable, Gathering., they may see fli. This, Is but just inv : 'Saturday's I issue of The Tropical Sun. r.. ., ,
of 'the fact .that'for'l 'three four will contain the full
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q "{ t to (the, ver.y Jlmltaf hlk physical capacity ; ; DttLRAY DOT 'Next Friday will niar'k the closing of log'the past few weeks in training: them, r
: morning the VRed- the business ,
yesterday men -
Earlyt of :
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I |.n meeting the demands the city schools for the present term', for the occasion r ,
ak"; marched upon the city and Moore, of the, as thp;','rush. peasonj'f} which must come I\ Mr. J. T. Hen rlcks,lof Orlando, a '' been'the'most On Monday evening the program provides -
the visitors and which all odds has
while the white.winged dove of peace to all resor elties. land looker' the employ of the Southern by for,an entertalmentby'grades:., ., r

still rests in our palms.and. hovers. ,over Jacksonville responded; to:: .by., ;.1.1On This new 'schedule for 'the business States Land and ''Timber Company successful/ in' the history of 'the institu 3, 5 and 6, and these exercises promise to,

v ''. houses will gq Jnto.fffect. tomorrow at pent Wednesday here looking up'a' section tion.. be quite as interesting as those of Friday '+j
for time
us, we have the. belug urren- behalf t
and wilt be the custom during the of land norlhwest'of town on the ; ,
,dered."' Mr W I Metcalf noon, On Friday evening, at 7:30: o'clock, the evening. !
entire summer end"perbaps until the. edge of the Everglades. The company in On Tuesday evening,!: an entertainment,
exercises will the assembly -
,As a matter of fact, yesterday mor.nInjr1 skins," which first of Cctober. has sold lately to' 'Mr. J. T. Hearst, of closing "begin has been planned by grades 3, '4 and 5'

In bphaif ?f.t, he?,city Mayors'GeO."G.: by State Chief' .qf \ ", I All of the -business houses in the city Detroit, Mich., 418,000 acres 'of land ; room. The program'for Friday when "The Pixies Triumph" will Interest

; I 'Currle''surreudered the keys 'of' West Yesterday i have-,not signed the petition, but a.number lying in Dade and' Brevard, counties.. evening will consist of a contest for the the audience. '
Palm\ the Great Council of delegate and Currie medals in and elocution. '
Beach to \ oratory
I who have failed to attaclt'their rignatures : Mr. W. \V, Blacitmer was in Jacksonville Toe last of the exercises will be' given +'
Florida of the Improved 0 rder of Red of baseball on the. the first of which will be awarded to the :" r
have gmclously consented to the the fore part of this week on busi- on Wednesday tveuiligVwhen grades-,
:Men,.who are.in. session teraand, who 'which had bltet ,I proposition and their places of business ness. boy who makes the best oration, and' the 8,9, 10,and it will giveRehecca.'t
f will conclude their vocations tonighl. teams. The second to the girl who delivers the best
will be fonrid, .clostd from noon Thursday Currie and :This V art> ot the}program( i.tt somethingnew
:Mayor Mr. J.1. DeBerry,
.,._ While: it was somewhat disappointing the many iYdlfit until the following. ; morning. ;: of Beach came down Thurs recitation and exceedingly striking:; and tbosu, I l
local'tribe that instead rf hun. Beach. West Palm On this occasion there'will also be a
to the a '
*! The office, of The Tropical Sun PubJ who fail to attend. will,1i.rh.pa.; miss the
dred or)more delegates only} ;rabout' fifty ;' Last, ''nigbfT(" ,) fishing Company will 'be found among day on an auto and made a short business I contest for the beet declamation among most Interesting part'of: the Commencement

came to attend the sessions it has been : was held,, when. .,! ) the list signers, and this! paper deemsit call\ in town. the boys for a'prlza' to be awarded by Mr. exei cl es. Following this will come
of to the city1' as ferred, three : The Chase'& Harney packing-house Emile T>. Anthony. '
a great source pleasure !
I exercise
( npthing more than an act justice toemploye. the graduating the delivery of s?
well as the. Red"Men.. tq enterjaln" .the I dates.' Auptheir : i l' who have ) !b9red so harddutT&'g closed -t v L 1 t1'ina r ) ceisfnf i "' -.5--e' e--- -as- *"wil1 -mark a new
( -visitors. t l tnidB the Several ,months past to meet i season. tereeting? -they : ,the Gramma School and High School, Ali

Yesterday morning at 9 o'rlock, In the office of the 1 I the demands of the",. nauy, patrons of the Mr. Eugene Hunt left Delray for the epoch in the history of school' life-in Thus will ,come to a close the school

the hall of Hypoluxo Tribe No 16, a elected. 1 establishment! 'Like, many other busi: northern part of the State Thursday. West Palm Bench It is to be hoped that days of the present term and it wouldbe

r public reception .w38 held, Mr W I i This aftei noon ness men in the city. It'matters not to'us General Manager Morgan: has import the assembly roduiH of the school will. bt no exaggeration: to say that it has ii.i'

:Ketcaif, a prominent member of the I the entertainment I what others iu our Hoe of business may ed from Baltimore three experts to assist filled, not only with patrons, of the In- been the most successful since the establishment f

"; local tribe wan made chairman of the on the steamer ; ''do in regard i ; the proposition! we propose -'I him in the canning factory this season. stitution bat with all those interestedin 6f'a public school In this young

meeting. Rev Mr Perdue, of Punta The Closing f to give: our employes as well as our They report that the Delray canning educational work.EXERCISES city.. The faculty deserves the com ay{

I Gorda, opened the,exercises with prayer night, after patrons the "best In the!; shop" I factory is the most up to date in oil 're.I NEXT WEEK. mendation' of the public for the able

after which the address of welcome on complimentary to Following Is a list of the business houses I spects that they have ever seen. The closing exercises will be continued manner in which the school has been "

'r behalf of the city of West Palm Beach ors, will be heid.Altolletber. which. have signed the petition, and as The large smokestack for the canning next week lasting until Wednesday conducted, and The Tropical Sun voices
f was delivered by Mayor Geo G Currie, : the : number who elaborate the sentiment of the in
elated in the foregoing, a factory was raised Saturday without a Bight, inclusive, an programfor public expressingthe
t: "which was responded to by Great Sachem one of the most have not signed the paper will observe hitch. which bas been prepared by the faculty wish that the name instructors which'\ ;

.' Salisbury. in the history c the plan: to whom much credit Is due for the ,have made such marked success of their
The of Delray are making
people great
On behalf of the Board of Trade and Florida. ,I' G. G. Strohm Co. .<- preparations! for the grand ball and opening careful and thorough manner In which J noble work this year may be'chosen for t'

.----" ---- -.- -- H. D Waugh, (Model Pharmacy).., of the canning factory Friday night. they have labored with the pupils dur- another term.Board af'f

Ed Gross, barber shop. May- A large-number of I .,
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Fire Alarm "
Helm & helm ers and guests are expected stockhOld'l I '
A of Trade
Tomorrow Night and if'I W. I. Huffstetler. sonville West Palm Beach, \ Gigantic
A. G. Riegel. other towns.
and the Canal'
Undertaking '
-- Miss M J. Ponce
Mr Morgan made a business trip to
Tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock, There la Harris & Epps. West Palm Beach Saturday. -- t

Chief J. Oscar Cheatham or the Fire Department 10 Florida Broadwell & Moore. The Birmingham Age-Herald of Thursday The West Palm Beach Board of Trade 7
will turn in' an alarm of fire, season as it will ( 1. Gordon. has again been called uoon to assist In
follows the
using for the, first time the new bell in The Tropical Sun : J. B. McGinley.B. Finest line of candles at the Ma- comments as upon pro legislation.At .
Florida Coast
posed extension of the East
the tower of the fire hall. The falser ida Diehard' II. Doster )Jewskl bakery. West a meeting: specially Called for the r b u
Railway to Key : I
the of : loo'' experienced : Mrs. L. Constantine.' r!'
s alarm wllfcbe given for purpose has purpose Monday evening, a resolution
"The Legislature passed
Z making an official test of the new bell, I I pickers and A. L. Haugh. ,, Milk, Cream and Butteron an act authorizing the construction of a was adopted asking the legislature to f5,

and to acquaint everyone with Us tone. crop of peaches SIrkin Co. salt by the Lake Worth Produce Co. railroad to Key West, and a .strong com extend the time for the completion of ttby ,y ,

The public (es thus forewarned in order son, which it J. W. Harper.B. Sweet MilK JO cents per quart pany stands ready to undertake the task. the East Coast Canal two years. Presi

that they may uot be unnecessarily cars.The M. Potter. Buttermilk lo cents per quart' Bridge..* of almost unprecedented lengthare / dent Moore presided and there were '

alarmed.! Grilling Carl Scbrebnick, j Skimp Milk S cents per quart I to be built from key to key until Key present thirteen members.A j

is largely owned G. C. Barco. Clabber Milk S cents per quart West Is reached. Key West would thus letter from President Miles to d

Pioneers Meet.A Grimng brothers R. H Macy Cottage Cheese 10 cents per pound I become the utmost southern railroad ter- 'I Captain Dimick was read, in which it
ers of the Griffing ,G. W. Jdner & Son.D. Homemade Butter 35 cents per pound c is distant was stated that it. had been learned that A''
I minal of the United States. It
Lake Worth i
meeting of the vine, Macclenuy W. Fenton &. Co.
Cream 50 cents per quart the East Coast was opposed to the bill
t' Council front Havana but three hours, fast steamers -
was held In the City ple not only grow The Tropical. Sun Publishing Company and another sea now before the legislature asking for an
being employed,
-chamber on Monday afternoon Capt. class of nursery While business is slack, tryja! little advertising extension of time for the completion of
School desks and Ink*. supplies and voyage of three hours from Cape San
N. Dimick the vice-president, pre
E. confidence in
I blank books at liner's. and see if It will be different. Antonio across the mouth of the gulf the canal being dug by the Coast Line
siding. sell by planting: Canal and Transportation. Company.
' of Mr.W. H. Sanders, brings the traveler to Yucatan. When 9 '
; resignation same themselves.! There was some discussion in which: +r,
Historical Committee through express trails. are put on be
si: a member of the The Griffiog shown that the construction

was elected accepted in his place.sad Mr. H. S. Millerwas peach instrumental industry iu : Will Dr. fflunyon Build'MuchTalkedof I II tween passengers Buenos will Ayres prefer and the New route York via many Ha- was canal would prove,an ultimate benefit the to r ;((4(4the

people residing along the coast ;
Upon motion it was decided not to Is in its vana and Key West as being both shorter I l
yet, Hotel ? giving; them cheaper transportation, an
The would not
have the accustomed Fourth of July picnic growers fully I : and pleasanter. ferriage attractive feature for tourists and vt
instead to cooperatewith : exceed six hours, and sleeping: cars couldbe many i
this but
a year rived from a other advantages. Mr. Guy I. Metcalf
the citizens of West Palm Beach In chard, and the transported across the two ferries who has recently been through the '
R' their proposed celebration of the day East realize the In a letter to his agent Mr. George G. rooms, to be replete with all modern appointments. "Floridahopes, at any rate, to becomethe of the canal completed, gave portions an
the Americas
not to
which action will meet with the universal early Florida Carrie dated last Saturday Dr. J. M. gateway only insight to the workings of the enterprise t '
tf.vto In the city. I The main and only drawback it is south of us, but to the Panama canal and 1
approval of every one product ripening Munyon states that he expects to arrivein the magnitude of the undertaking, and kin'
< The Historical Committee) reported understood the securing of a riparian I the Pacific ocean. She not only expects ';
will be
explained why more time for Its completion -
authorized to proceedwith this city next Friday. He expectedto right: Dr. Munyoo wishing to secured Key West to become a naval base, but
4 : progress, and was in this State. should be given y
r tits work. The society decided to acres now leave Philadelphia Monday and come as to the water front. At present the also a great commercial city. She expects A resolution favoring granting by e

Make stepM toward raising the necessary preparing to I to Jacksonville via the Clyde Line. riparian rights are owned bv the Flagler to see the vast trade of a vast coun the State of further time for the completion : '
interests. While it Is understood that flow to and from the proposed new
;: da-t work. try
prosecute the vicinity Dade Mr. Currie stated to a representativeof of the canal was finally adopted
Mr. Flagler has refused to make any gateway Key West is getting ready to
Upon motion of Capt. B. F. Hammoo, ter. Budded The Tropical Sun this morning that Mr B. H. foster voting against It. IV
f Messrs. J. N. Clark. George A. Gale 4 distance of concessions along this line it la believedby fight for a portion of the great trade that
W. Lain- the object of Dr. Munyon's visit to West many that he will yield If It is clearlyset the Panama canal will inaugurate andit "fa
E. M. Brelsford George: in all of their A farewell social was tendered to Miss
committee to Palm Beach at this time was undoubtedly forth that the proposition is to benefit says frankly lo take advantage: of Its t' f
hart were appointed as a The Griffing Ida Hill at the residence of Mr and Mrs
with toi' to perfect plans relative t. the construction the city and not the individual alone. proximity to Havana,Yucatan and Colon.
raise the needed funds power they will get L. W. Bnrkhardt on Tuesday evening. $
included, of a hotel on hU lake front While there is some speculation as to This is' what the proposed new railroad I
call on other members ladies of peaches off of The young lady leaves for Philadelphia ,e '
whether is In earnestIn "
Dr. really
property.here. Munron means. (
: for assistance. The meeting then adjourned. after the peach hen former,home next Friday morning. ,
;r' Dr. Manyon owns one of the most desirable regard to the hotel project it is the .U I
(table they will A numerous party gathered and an en-
': t_ hotel sites In the city which i concensus of opinion that should he The portrait of the late Joseph JefferSson
," old pecan Narcissus modern hotel recently made by Mr. J. B. Wells, joyable. evening was apent. r-
; ,'l' bread why not haTe menced bearing fronts- on street, directly op. really desire to put up a .
ir/, } When you buy meat in itself.. : posite the Seminole and adjoins the building every encouragement should be Is to finally hang In either the fire hall '
:' ',e the beat Th. splendid reputation for entetprlses as city park extended.The or the city library+ the matter,\bring decided \Mr.and Mrs.John ;Hough and danghter. ; t
)' .. Msjewskl's' bread 1s mating have that ss, Dr. Munyon's present plans are to next few weeks will,.in all probability by the public votes 'Call ,at M. E. .Miss Freeda, left this week forlhelr' '

;. due .to the oars taken In baking.ItIa realize the erect immediately ,a three-atory brick tell just what Dr. Munyon's intentions Grnber's furniture store and cast your home in IIamiltoaOhio.; They are t tom i d
!: always the beat; Its quality can nol dustry this return early in the winter.
f:1 early peaches hotel building containing one hundred are regarding his property here. vote; '

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'Condensed Notes, YOU HAVE PRPJPRRTV TI1A'ryou
? Paragraphs: Pertaining .md advancement the IP :
professional undertakers -
Peoplo Whom You May orMav : want to Improve mid l need moneyto
(' : to \V stand PalmStla.ch and\ euibaimirs of the United Not Know.Attorney do It with apply to Geu G. Cut rte,

; vicln'Y.I :Stairs tu v. reached that stage of elieieuey | West Palm Beach.
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i 1 which it Holds. above every coun- __m.", __ a- '--- '- "" .V' -- --
; C, C. Chilling worth was in jour orders at The Tropical

Will Ne>rwQO.'j h'I bought the k.:<.>ltftJ e try m the world. different Miami tb,<* week Art business. Sun ofllce tor all kinds of engraved ,
with the
I \V9fkh.a. tu harmony \
belonging to D F ICerwio;: on tvetaia Health Mrs. Fred,,Cook: mid little son are and monogr'am stationery and visiting
$tntn)Boards of l and Transportathfn ::
street, siting relative! ,* at Tibbats.Mr. OJU'd'l. ',;' '.
Associations they have doue muleto \

4' Mr. George "f. Tlly.r: ;n applying afresh protect the health of the people, consequently I \ H J Bur IInr For Sale, 'To Rent, UiigPurnish-
d .. ,, com of pant>' to cis> Grand View reducing the moit+ttty ratti|I Side merchant, spent' the week In
'I i ed Rooms and 1 too fa 3 To Let cards at
Cottage at Fort I.ouesotuo", than any other profusion, It4iandon business.
I The Trou}cal Sun ogled,
Any perse u'.eresed: n. ttelglanharea Tpe embalmer of today must have a C F. Wolfeof Jansen. was in West -...............,.. --..-. -- ------ "'") /"
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+ { l l'G J. B. DonoelK', rt,t Ih. Clarke:! 'etI..tt', sanitation and disaffection aud the laws was accompanied(1 l by Mr, ,'Rut.K. : .cards and latest !1n letters, at(; '1"-; ) i p t,
i ''G; Palm Btrnch governing/: the same. The/must stand a : E Grrmes' one cf the best known ;. Tropical l Sun Call and see "mplo.. '.

,+ w Excursion rates to various party' "f the I igid examination before that Slate Board and best /liked traveling puiVimie-ri, was i ; .

) of Health and keep informed of the latest in the the intercut of rythlngJIIr ; ; l I''
country are an i uncer j in this toque of city Tfrurnday in EY '' ,line .at
1 ; The Tropical Jvin, by the'popular Louic- discoveries. fa the treatment of the dead his house. The Tropical Sun and all work eie- :

r+ villeaadNa'bvileratlway: of con'agiouq diseases. Mrs. Enoch: Root, wife of Postmaster cutedIn the very neatest and latest. Fourth t
style of the art. ,t1
i r ,! V A bin! In before (the \\l-gillacu'e> prohlbItinR The icJeut uudertiikers' convention, Root, of Paint U-"CIl, left Tuesday I:

county commissioners{ fruit enter- held in Jacksonville, was of a highly Instructive eveniBf for Boston, where .she will 'f .
I "Sermona by the DerH. See It- wl
and beneficial
nature to the .
; ing into any contract t exceeding! fioo spend the summer with retanive'' I
profession cf the !State fro. Charles read it. At Idner's.bid ,,
!' without first advertising for bids on name. Mr. A. J. Donnelly, a prominent ,
A. Rounard, of New York, the acknowledged -
; There in. no need of losing your appetite young business man of Orla-ndo; spent
leader of the profession, gave lectures
i if you will just step in to Faber Sunday and Monday here, Vfoaintf his ,
and demonstrations after which
Brothers' market awl grocery and taker father, Mr. J. B. Donnelly.; He left You Evett
the board of examiners met for a rigid
i, a rook at the tempting things on ale. Tuesday morning on bio return home.
examination of for State
I, If f' The first carload of pineapples for this+ license. West Palm applicants Beach was a represented try W > n hove So ICE is.Did. CREAM: made from. i pure cream? West Palm Beach'1 f

It. reason, was shipped today by the Drake by Mrs J. B. McGinley, who has Met With an Accident.

I. ;' ,:i Produce Co. The pines were grown on been studying and practicing 'with Mr. In Coining down the stairway In Zapf's YouiReapureULYCERIVH Evet1

t 3 j i Elliott's Key by the Saunders Brothers. McGinley for the past three years. Having Cpera House after the close of the meet::

Vie ;( F'' \ Minml Record of Thursday.T passed her examination and receivedher lug of the Red Men last week Friday than :26cW. hare It for! SOAP 15c. that Also cost a pare trim. Town Lots. $ !

ol*, !i':( ladies of Holy'Trinity Guild will certificate, is duly qualified to pray evening, Mr Ernest A. Burkhardt caughtthe TAIl SOAP for the toilet at 11>c. '.

\. give a lawn social in the city park on tice in the State of Florida. toe of his shoe in the iron cappingon '

," I \ j; next Thursday evening' from 7 till 10 Mr. McGinley was one of the first embalmers the stairs and tripped and fell. fel- If Yoa Heed

k" r ". o'clock. Cake, candies aud ices will be! t in the State to go before the examining low members came to his assistance and Choice Residence Lots f
i A SPRING BLOOD TONIO "S\>rlnl(* Bnfoapnrllla
4I' I!. server'!, and the public is cordially invited. / board and receive a license. le was conveyed to the residence of his la the bum. for our hot climate.

?t t + t, : The up-to date undertakers all Over the brother, Mr L. W. Burkhardt, Dr. H.

'. country have lady embalmers, whose C Hood was summoned and after a careul little Bttou..tnies.are .
''ft The P &. O. S. S. Co will give an ex"J" :- from $200 rone'third
; I.. '<:uTsi dren. For the size of West lad been badly injured-the ligaments always needed to keep the system Ilea n
"J": r festivities attending( Independence, a city ours balance semi-annual
cash by
', 1 t : on May ao. The fare for the round Palm Beach is farther advanced than and muscles being: strained to an extent Oat Special ;

':} .: trip is >(::10.40 first-class! and f 13.oo second most any city in the State and we are which will necessitate Mr. Burkbardt's installments on reasonable time, accord-

hI \ clajn.-Miami News. extremely fortunate to have business being laid up from work for several "HOUSE-FLY' EXTEUMIVATOU" lies proven of lot. '
(.j' J and professional men that see the valueof ," weeks. Fortunately no bones were bro- I to be the eh..a".t| and bent protection ing:, to price
Rev. Dr. Hice will preach at the Congregational for homes and cows from the tiles.
1! church tomorrow morning keeping up with the times. The undertaking ken, for which the injured man may well i For plats aDd information apply to

".: '? at II o'clock and at the Methodist establishment and equipmentof feel thankful. Broadwell & Moore WALLACE R. MOSES '.1'
In" !"r Mr. McGinley: will outshine anything ,
'g' church at7:3oin the evening I the congregations
: i/I/ in any town the size of this, in the State Will GO. To Panama Druggists Florida East Coast Railway Land Dep rtment.
r I of the two churches uniting Assent;
of Florida. Few of even our larger cities F. Kerwin bas
Ik received Informationthat
);: : ,: in worship during the day. cau boast of a licensed lady embalmer. 'his application for a positions West Palm Beach, Florida West Palm Beach, Florida.
{I I ,' I Helena, the little daughter of,Ml. and ,
Mrs. McGinley had made a studyof foreman painter'with the United States
//l 4 .. I., vi Mrs. Majewski, had the misfortune anatomy and had a practical experi- Canal Commission at Panama has been W. will give mall orders prompt attention """
:4i) II::1\ to fall Tuesday evening and break a
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ence in sanitation and disinfection,
accepted. He has sold his home In this ------
small Lone in her arm near the wrist.
i which, together with her later experience city and will make immediate arrangements GRAFTED
*\ The fracture was net by Dr. C. M. Merrill
I)I'' ',, : and the little girl. is now improving. I rank, enables her to step into the fron t to l leave for hIs post of duty at an Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS BIIDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.
11'I\ I of the profession In this State. early day-as soon as his transportation
i The portrait of the late Joseph Jeffer- -- ------------ -
i ------ Is received. The pay in this position ia Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States. alma Phjllan

,i 4 son.'recen.Uy"''pade* by Mr. J. B. Wells' DELRAY NEWS. $& per day, with certain allowances.Mr. ,.. .r thueetc. All pot grown.: Full Line of Citrus Stock

jfufGnJlly; hang"in either the fire hall Kerwin's family will goto Huntington : r ,i grown on, High Spruce Pine Land. Address ...-
or the, city jibfaty"I the matter! being decided Miss Ella Chapman, of West Palm I West Virginia, remain with relatives VI JOHN B. CEACHWest Palm Beach Flu
% brtbefor>H4':voteA: Call at M. E. Beach, spent Monday at home. until such time as he shall make
k futniTore''afore -
ri Gruber's and cast your Mr Carlos C. Ayres is now installed arrangements for their joining hint on YTyyyy....IT.VtT TTV S 1 *T*..TYYTYTTTTVYYV*YTYYTTTYYVY.
: vote. as telegraph operator, assisting the agent, the isthmus. Mr. Kirwin's friends will 'I

t It may he all well e- ough to TALK Mr. Ditto, through the rush season congratulate him on his good luck, and 1 C SUMMER HOTEL CHICACO '

In about cut prices. It in equally well not The Ladies' Improvement Society wish him much success in his new home ....1 =.
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to believe everything that you hear. and position. --
served ice
itr cream Saturday evening, on ..
: the porcbes of the\ Chapman House, and ;. "f::!'!il.;>:..>..#---=- HOTELi DEli PJiHtOE

are over $fo to the good.
,\, Mrs. W. II. Hlckerson, of Warren, OF 1 A Tlijrh.n/ws Family and Transient Hotel.
f+ ''I The Florida State Convention of County Ind and Mrs. F Doors Sash and MncllHon AVUIIIIPK, frrttitlna on the Midway
E. Curtis of Saginaw': in these Located \between WnHhliiffton
i Superintendents of Publici'Instruction Everyone goes a hurry days BoiilHrttrd, mljournbiff the Chicago L'nlverHlty.Parlor .
\Mich., who have been spending the win
S There like their lives and money depended on Blinds, MouldingsAND = Bath and Board Two
met in Tallahasse on Tuesday. and Bedroom with Private roe People,
ter here, lelt for their homes via New .
F' the speed they made. $30 to $40 Week. ,
} were forty superintendents and school from per
York Friday night. t:
y i S ,tt{ officers present. Supt. R E. Hall is on Mr and Mrs Isaac Funk made a quick Building: Material, Twelve inlnntsu from down own via Illlnola Central Railway .
f' the miscellaneous committee most Freddy Henry Willie and Laura Zill trip to Palm Beach Monday attending t CHARLESTON S, C. All train stop at
F 1' important one, as it has all manner of were Lutheran confirmed church.Sunday: The church, May -jt was at toe business.! t gam'{: Largest Factory South. =. BRADLEY A MUSERVE, Proprietor V

; matters to deal with. very Mr John Seybold, the popular bakerof Send for Price
.IL J Mr. D. BlcCullough and wile, former and flowers for the occasion.Mr. Miami, accompanied by bis wifecame -
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residents of this City, came upfrom Pom- up Sunday morning aud were the, guests: -- -- ----- --- .
f last sight. They will remain here A, T Pearce took a trip up the of the latter's brother, Adolph Freed- ,
1 road as far as Daytona and spent Sun lund D. W. FENT0N & CO.Undertakers
; "visiting Heads until next Tues.lay.hen and family. Mrs. Seybold remained BoardingUvslrublo i
I'' $ they will leave, for their old home at day. After tomatoes it is presumed, until Wednesday eve. Their --

7 I Umatilla, in Lake county. Mr. McCul- though there was a certain young lady friends are always glad to see them. \ ..... -__. '..n r. .EEJt;t' ;...".","X_, ::;::."1 i andEmbalmers .1 1r I
It I left here last week for her Daytona home puonle who wish n pleasant '. A. ,> f,. '
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S ,, lougb bas been uccessful with his vect' Mr. and Mrs B. L. Kapp spent Saturday place to stop at while In West Palm : t1.lr.::: ': ..T ::1' .. -' .

i .' 1, tal. ., crop ibis season, and will now proceed Mr. Eugene Hunt, representing John in West Palm Beach attending to Beach, will fled "MINARET COTTAGE* \:....!.!r ;;: J t1't k .. .': .t'.
I i Nix: : & Co., of New York, received a .;: ,
the results. wire ;
\ ';:: to enjoy business matters on Olive Street between Svernla and '.-.-''''''' "'''''''''':-':;:: 'e0. '
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:. : Mr. '""V. E. Hushaw left Monday evening I from his house saying that, on May 4. Fern Just piu-h,. a place !'Nice clean
; for Fern andina after New York City received :saw: cars of per. Mr.' A. X. McMulleu, agent of the Con rooms, neatly furnished ; comfortablebeds Gruber Block. Narcissus Street 'WEST PALM BEACH. FLA
spending several
v, Isbables, the largest volume of business solidated Fruit Company was in town | Rood wholesome. food ; VERY
jc'' days in the city installing/ the moderate prices, are the recommonclo- .
1 Monday.Mr. --- -------- -
in the city in
burglar alarm in the Dade County State one day. tlons. Only a limited number of room- ,
% a) / Bank, mention of which was made in The young\ people gave: a farewell surprise '. and Mrs. Perry Marks, of West aracan be accommodated. Inblebonr.da .. i, '.

f,+ t" ; Wednesday's issue of The Tropical Sun. party on Thursday evening, at the Palm Beach, are moving into the Murray specialty GEO. HASLEHURST & SON utJr Early RisersThe !

i'i Mr. HUlibawoes/ to Fernandina to Chapman.House In honor of Mrs. W. H. cottage.Mr. MRS. FPANK DAPLINQ. famous little pllle.

it establish a similar alarm in the First Hlckerson, of Warren Ind., who left Benson Lvman has put a stock of
r. for her home general merchandise tntis\ storeroom Contractors and BuildersP.
4 National Bank of that city, as was announced Friday night, accompanied
t by the Tropical Sup.t by Mrs F. E. Curtis, of Saginaw, Mich. here. Mr. Mitchell baa charge/ at pres FOIEYSKIBMYCURE '' FOLEY lONLYTiAf

i i;' {; County Clerk S. C. Dearborn, accom- After dainty refreshments were served on ent. Makes Kidneys and Bladdi- Right I O. BOX 304 atc-- h.soudb.radY..c:7-saga .I'", .

panied by bls daughter. Miss Dora, will the portico several hours were devoted !.,
) 'y leave about the first of next month for to music song and dancing, when goodbyes '- -. -- .
; and wishes t> $2.5J 4
i >' an extended vacation in the north and good were exchanged, FOWLER BROS. & KING
and the young people left for their homes.
li will first CD
west They; go to Virginia for ,
Jt a abort stay, and will then proceed to pleased that they, Iq a small way. had MACHINE SHOP nx. rn

rI ,s r ii i Kentucky, where relatives and friend", shown their appreciation of the pains OAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY r------ ::s

,, rj r' whom Mr. Dearborn has not seen for ten always taken by Mrs. Hlckerson to make ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK ii 0 _ro

11 j M1 ?f 'ss, .5 :years or more, will be visited. Their it Delray.Mr.pleasant. for them during/ their stay in GAS ENGINE, SUPPLIES, ?a Orf

e stay will be more extended: : and later in .
1 a ''t 1 M the summer they will visit Chicago: and A. P. Anthony left Thursday for FOR SALE e 11"--.. rcI::

t ,, t ; other western cities, aud will return Jacksonville, where he will spend sev Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front, : """"" CJ

i r !; borne the latter part of September.-Miami eral days on business. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA S iUJ t

: Metropolis. : .;)

: Yesterday afternoon just after six '. 8 a
':I" I' ? o'clock, Robert Wilson, the little son of 1_ = '!t ..... \
-;;: Mr. and Mrs.J. L. Wilson, was run over \ .g i5.! ro

i' j) :. by a negro on a bicycle and suffered a 8gOH11

..ti; .. .' fracture of the right leg ''below the'i' !
knee. The little fellow was dragged[( ;

+ f ,1 ti .about ten feet before the rider of the iz, Q,)
i i i t wheel was able to stop his machine I .a I 1 'i bf'
'i'. 1 .
r ; ";, Dr. Merrill was called in and attended i ,y A41+W4.n =
; .
,, :, the boy, tint the break is of* a more or =i ;" .... .M..
,1 serious nature and it will require This space is reserved =

)'' r, ,i"", several weeks to heal. The negro was < ) tQ

S f l;: ; \ riding recklessly and the blow' was nec- ..1 0
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Officer/ Barfield "
.essarily very severe. ; 0
41 I $ .was on the ground soon after the accident ....
t1 isr Ii \ but the negro bad escaped and 'fo f ]
: :has not yet been' apprehended. ; .- J-,

.;! ': :The best; of everything in the edible I -e J QAa': I

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ti sale at' Faber Brothers' market and : ;
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"' ,..:J-,. .' .. tAKENTFjePTd Commencing tomorrow the majority I was no meeting of the city. l oun? SCHOOL TI
of business men of the city of West Palm cil last night; there being no quorum
> .
', :' ,,' ',. .\' .. ,,.,,.'..'.. ,::; Beach will observe the half-holiday plan I present. Thememberapresent adjourneduntil .' ,

,.;, _\ which has for\tbe! past'two' years proven tonight; when the regular meeting. ,' ., :"! ,
; ; ; ''':) f"f \) sfo{ '.. will be held. '

t" ,..*
''t ,, : goon, practically! all business will sus- mething inthe shapeof a genuine sensation '" ,"

; Session in'a'estPa1m, : Bel hA: *Very : !lend, and'emplov ,"''an'd 'employei.aHk'e{ ( will be sprung, all of' which has For Important .Event''Which Will *

t ,, '' ;. wiU to'permitted' to spend a half day in :grown out of the celebrated,Schrebuick, ,< I ., ? < i

; rest recreationor in manner case "; ', .
Creditable whatever Commence Friday Night.
; ) /? ; Gathering, they may see fit. This ia but J just, in : 'Saturday's issue of The Tropical Sun. ,'r'" *' .

,,\ .. ", ',. / .., .I vjew of ;the;* fact'that;;for'three ''6r' four ;will contain the full proceedings I, ,. -.. '

t ", n4onyi8jfjyery, / > year everyone,is taxed
( '
Earlyt yesterday morning, the VRed the business men of the' city! President*' to the, yeryJiwitaf his physical,capacity :: DELRAY DOT 'Next Friday will nark the closing of ing'the past fewweeks, In training them
cc// (in the demands of what is known '
meeting for the occasion.
'eti(na" marched the city and Moore, of the Board of Trarte, welcomed i the city schools for the present term', ;
upon the, visitors, and bla-able ,address was as thlt;"rude, @eaaonj'} Which must come: j Mr. J. T. 'Hendrtcks1, 'of Orlando, a which has been''the'most' I ,On Monday evening the program provide -
while the white. 'dove of bya11'odds '
winged peace to all resort cities. land looker'in the employ'of the So'utb'ern .* for an entertaiment by grades! !;,.,? '

still rests in our palms and hovers, .over Jacksonville responded, to::",by' Mrj J W White, of f. This 'new! ,schedule far the business States Land and 'Timber Company, successful/ in' the history of, the Institu- 3, 5 ancj 6, and these exercises promise to?

us,,.we.have for, the time beiug ,"'orren- On behalf HypoluxoTribe: I 0 R MX': houses will go, in utoe ect, tomorrow at Spent Wednesday here looking'up s see: tion.. be quite as Interesti!ng aa those of Friday
and wilt be the custom during the lion of land northwest'of'' town on the
,dered." .. Mr W I Metcalf welcomed the "Red. noon, On Friday evening; at 7:30 o'clock the evening. ;

,As a matter of' fact, yesterday mor.nluf : skins," which address was responded to entire summer and" perhaps" ,.until the' edge of the Everglades.: The'.company closing exercises: will begin {in the assembly On Tuesday evening an entertainmenthas
first of Cctober. has sold lately"'to''Mr.'' J. T. Hearst, of been planned
by grades 3, 4 5,
(! 1n,behalf' of {411e city Mayor Geo.: G. by State Chief of Recprda\ Rankin.. 'for Friday
room. The
,\ urreadered'the "of, ',1 ( All of the; business houses in the city Detroit, Mich., 418,000 acres of land program when "The Pixies Triumph" will inter.
'I Currle keys Went Yesterday'afterrioon at 3' o'clock the I evening will consist of a rontest for the
.Great have, not signed the petition: ,but a,number lying in Dade and Brevard counties.!: est the audience. 9
Palm Beach to f be, .. Council of delegates' visitors witnessed a gameof Carrie medals in oratory and elocution '
i who have failed to attach their sig Tne last of the exerciaea will be''
; ; in Jackson '
baseball :Mr. W.V. Blacumer was !thenon
Florida of the Improved 0 rder of Red \ East Side
on the, 'dlamood, tb' the first of which will be awarded to the "' '
I natures have glacfously :consented to ville the fore part of this week on busi{ Wednesday tvenllig/wben grades 7,'
Men.who are.in, session lere and. who which had beed Arranged by two 'tocalteams. boy who makes thebeet oration and the ''
proposition and theIr'places of business 8, 10.and ia wlU.giv: 'Rehecca."This .!
ness. 9. ; <
t will conclude their vocations tonight. Tbe visitors were also shown second to the girl who delivers the best
will be found/ ; closed from Thursday of
noon part tlie5rogramssomething
Whlle.it! was somewhat disappointing thermany: 'po1nW"6f Interest"at l Palm Mayor Currie and Mr. J. T. DeBerry, recitation.. .
until;the following morning '. new end exceedingly: : striking and those (
Seer. to the local"trIbe that instead afa hundred Beach of Went Palm Beach, came down Thurs. On this occasion there wilt also be a
*4 i The polce,,: of The'Tropical Sun Pubiisbing who fail to auen\ will,perhaps, miss the>
oq more delegatesonly' ;;'abG t' fifty'( Last'' 'rifgh-tf notherIbusiueas) & sessionwas ; ; day on an auto and made a short business contest for the beet declamation among ;
will be found pjost interesting part'of. the >p
came tq attend the sessions (it has been held, when the Great ConncU; .con Company among call in town. the boys for a'prlz' { to be award({by Mr. commencement -
the list of signers; and, this paper deems \,exet cisea. Following this will come
!great source of pleasure to.the city as ferred (three, degrees to several c ndi. i The Chase & Harney packing-house Emile I). Anthony. '
it nothing\ more than- an! act justice to (be graduating, exercises, the delivery of ,
well as the Red Menl to euterjaln thevisitors. dates. Auote] | p urinesa. :"session ,wastitYtltetinuinitg'Ntft'vlertnhe I. "Saturday night after a very sue- Theje exercises promise to' be' quite }
!'. who have gred: so bardLdutrn'gthefeeveralmontbs medals aud diplomas! to the of .
.* -..' *. 'T' ; tkiythe L employe) : casfnl season. -.>-.. T. -- 1ntereatiog-as- thy*" / past to meet the Graoiriiaf'School and High School:
Y.sterday morning at 9 o'clock, In officer of the Great Council will be Mr. Eugene Hunt left Delray for the epoch in the history of school' life1 in
the demands of the many patrons of the Thus will come to a close the schooldays
the ball, of Hypoluxo! : Tribe No 26, a elected. establishment Like 'many other business' northern part of the State Thursday. West Palm Beach It is to be hoped that of the present term, and it wouldbe
public reception was held. Mr W I This afternoon a prominent feature in the assembly robmH of the school will b men 'in the city. 1C matters not to us General Manager Morgan has imported no exaggeration! to say that it has r
Jletcaif prominent member of the the entertainment will be excursion t with of the Institution
a an : filled not only putroos -
what others i ia our.HDC\ of business may from Baltimore three experts to assist been; the most successful since the establishment
local tribe, wan made chairman of thee : on the steamer Palm Beach to the Inlet; I but with all those interested '
do iu regard to the proposition we propose biro, in the canning factory this season. '" bfa/ public school in this young
meeting. Rev Mr Perdue, of Puuta: The closing exercises will be held tonight in educational work.EXERCISES '
i << to give ouremployes as well as our They report that the pelray canning city. The faculty deserves the commendation -
Gorda.. the exercises with after which and ball,
opened prayer a banquet I I Is most to date in all NEXT WEEK. the
patrons the "best in the shop. factory the up respects of public for the able
after which; the address of welcome to the delegates and visitors
on complimentary
Following Is a list of the business houses I that they have ever seen. The closing/ exercises will be continued manner in which the school has been
the of West Palm Beach will be heid.Altol1ether .
ibebalfof city which have signed the petition, and as The large smokestack for the canning next week lasting until Wednesday conducted, and The Tropical Suu voices ,
was delivered by Mayor Geo G Currie, : the meeting Las proven stated in the number who I elaborate the sentiment of the t '
foregoing;, a factory was raised Saturday without a eight, inclusive, an programfor public in expressing
which was responded to by Great Sachetu one of the most profitable and enjoyable have not signed the paper will observe hitch. which has been prepared by the faculty the wish that the name instructors which\
in the of in
Salisbury.On history the organization the plan: to whom much credit is due for the have made such marked success of their
behalf of the Board of Trade and I Florida. The people of Delray are making great
I G G. Strohm Co. v v preparations for the grand ball and open careful and thorough manner in which I noble work this year may be'chosen for

----- ---- ---- > H. D. Waugh, (Model Pbirmacy). they have labored with the pupils ilur- another term.Board .
ing of the canning factory Friday night.May ; ,
":. Fire Alarm Florida Peaches Ed Gross, barber shop. 19A large number of stockholders .
& Helm.
and guests are expected from Jacksonville I \ 1 r'

Night and Cantaloupes W. I. Huffstetler.A. West Palm Beach, Miami and A Gigantic of Trade
'I Tomorrow G. Riegel.
other towns.
-- Miss M. J. Ponce Undertaking and the Canal
.. Tomorrow evening at 7:30: o'clock, There Is evidently something doingin Harris & Epps. ,;, Sl Mr. Morgan made a business trip to --

Chief J. Oscar Cheatham of the Fire Department Florida peaches lIud_ cantaloupes this Broadwell & Moore; I West Palm Beach Saturday. The West Palm Beach Board of Trade

will turn in' an alarm of fire, season as it will! be noticed l in tbis Issue of I. Gordon. ' The Birmingham Age-Herald; of Thursday bus again been called uaon. to assist in ;

b I using for the first time the 'new bell in The Tropical: Suu that the Griffing Florida J. B. McGinley. I Finest line of candles at the Ma- comments as follows upon the pro- legislation.At .

the tower of the fire hall. The false Oichard' Company Is advertising for B. H. Doster. Jewskt bakery. > posed extension of the Florida East Coast a meeting specially\ called for the d

\: alarm wilfcbe given for the -purpose of 100 experienced fruit packers and 300 ;Mrs. L. Constantine.' Railway to Key West: purpose Monday evening a resolution

making an official test of, tbe new bell, pickers and field helpers to handle its i A. L. Haugb. Milk, Cream and Butteron "The Florida Legislature has passedan was adopted asking tbe legislature to U

and to acquaint everyone with its tone. crop of peaches and cantaloupes this sea Sirkln Co. sale by the Lake Worth Produce Co. act authorizing the construction of a extend the time for the completion of r'
(is in order which it estimates at about railroad to Key West, and a strong company
1' The public thus forewarned son, zoo J. W. Harper Sweet Milk 10 cents per quart stands ready to undertake the task. the East Coast Canal two years. President ''

i that they may uot be unnecessarily cars.The B. M. Potter Buttermilk 10 cents per quart Moore presided and there were
alarmed.. Grilling Florida Orange Company Carl Scbrebnick. I I Skin Milk cents quart Bridget of almost unprecedented lengthare present thirteen members.A .
5 ; per until
built from to Key
rp I to be key key
owned and
is largely managed by ,the ,
G. C. Barco. letter from
... Clabber Milk 5 cents per quart West is reached. Key West would thusi President Miles to
brothers who the sole
Griffing are own.
1 Pioneers Meet. R. H Macy. Cottage Cheese" 10 cents per pound i become the utmost southern railroad ter- Captain Dimtck was read. In which it

AmeetIugoftheLakeWorthPioueers'Association ers of the Griffing Nurseries of Jacksonville "G. W Idner & Son. Homemade Butter 35 cents per pound minal of the United Slates.. It is distant was stated that it had been learned that
kfacclenuyandMiami. These pea D. W. Fenton & Co. cents the East Coast the
Cream 50 per quart was opposed to bill
was held in the City Council I from Havana but three hours fast steam
and sell the best
ple not only grow very The Tropical Sun Publishing Company now before the legislature asking for an
1" ,Chamber on Monday afternoon Capt. class of stock but show their ers being employed, and another sea
I nursery While business is slack, tryja little advertising extension of time for the of
a E. N. Dimick the vice-president pre.siding. confidence in tbe trees they raise and School desks and Inks, auppliss and voyage of three hours from Cape San completion
sell by planting hundreds of acres of the I blank books at Idner's and see if It will be different Antonio across the mouth of toe gulf the Canal canal and being dug by the Coast Line

The resignation of Mr.W.II. Sanders brings the traveler to Yucatan When Transportation Company.
aa: a member of tbe Historical Committee same The Grlf leg Bros. Company has been through express tra s are put on be. There was some discussion in which ic ,

was accepted and Mr. H. S. Millerwas I instrumental iu establishing a large Will Dr. Munyon Build'MuchTalkedof I Ii tween Buenos Ayres and New York many I was canal shown would that prov the an construction ultimate benefit the to '
elected in his place. peach industry In this State. which, as passengers will prefer the route via -
Upon motion it was decided not to in but the and Key West as being both shorter the people residing along the coast,
yet, is Its infancy, as soon as Hotel I I them
? would ; transportation an
growers fully realize the profits to be derived and pleasanter. The ferriage
attractive feature for tourists, and
.) from a well-cared-for peach orchard exceed six: hours, and sleeping; cars couldbe many
advantages. Mr. Guy I. Metcalf
t with and the markets of the North and transported across the two ferries who has
their proposed celebration of the day, i East realize the superior quality of our In a letter to his agent Mr. George G. I r rooms, to be replete with all modern ap. "Florida hopes, at any rate, to becomethe tions of the recently canal completed through, the par.i an

which >action will meet with the universal early Florida peaches over the Georgia Currie, dated last Saturday, Dr. J. M. pointments. gateway not only to the Americas insight to the workings of the enterprise gave
approval of every one In the ctty at tbe The main and only drawback it Is south of us, but to the Panama canal and
product ripening same
: season Munyon states that he expects to arrivein the magnitude the undertaking, and
The Historical Committee reported there will\ be thousands of acres plantedin understood Is the securing of a riparian the Pacific ocean. She not only expects "t

: progress, and was authorized to proceedwith this State. These people have 700 this city next Friday. He expectedto right; Dr. Munyon wishing to be securedas Key West to become a naval base, but explained should why be more given.time for its completion '

,its work. The society decided to acres now planted ia peaches and are leave ;Philadelphia Monday and come to the water front. At present the also a great commercial city. She expects A resolution favoring the granting

take itepa toward raising the necessaryfunds preparing: to plant 200 acres more in the to Jacksonville via the Clyde Line. riparian rights are owned by the Flagler to see the vast trade of a vast coun- the State of further time for the com by ''
the work. interests. While it is understood that try flow to and from the proposed new !
to prosecute ,vicinity Dade City this coming winter Mr. Currie stated to a representativeof / pletion of the canal was finally adopted,
Upon motion of Capt. H, F. Hammou, Budded pecan trees are planted at this Mr. Flagler baa refused to make any gateway; : ,. Key West is getting ready to l
The Tropical Sun morning, that Mr. B. II. Doster voting against it.
Messrs. J. N. Clark George A. Gale, a distance of from forty to fifty feet apart concessions along this line it is believedby fight for a portion of the great trade that

E. M. Brelsford and George W. Lain- in all of their peach orchards. the object of Dr. Munyou's visit to Went many that he will yield if it ia clearlyset the Panama canal will Inaugurate and A farewell social was tendered to Miss

v hart were appointed as committee to The Griffing brothers estimate that Palm Beach at this time was undoubtedly forth that the proposition Is to benefit i it says frankly to take advantage of Its Ida Hill at the residence of Mr and Mr rr, '
to perfect plans relative t. the construction the and the individual alone. I Havana Yucatan and Colon.
raise the needed funds with power to they will get seven to eight good crops city not proximity to L. W. Burkhardt on Tuesday evening.

call on other members, ladies included, of peaches off of their orchards, and that of a hotel on his lake front 'While'there la some speculation aa to This Is what the proposed new railroad The young lady leaves for Philadelphia y
then ad- property here. whether Dr. Munyon Is really In earnestIn means."
The meeting
for assistance. after the peach orchards become unprofitable her;former home next Friday morning.
t y' nine Dr. Munyon owns one of the most desirable regard to the hotel project, It ia the -
f will have eight to
journed. ,they year late Joseph
A numerous party gathered and
an enjoyable
_____ Jefferi
1". which will have commenced hotel sites In tbe city, which concensus of opinion that should he The portrait
pecan; groves evening was '
.t. Wb a you buy bread why not hare bearing and make a fine investment front on Narcissus,street; directly opposite really desire to put np a modern hotel son recently made by Mr. J. B. Wells, spent. tiMe )
tT The splendid reputationMajewski's in Itself.: We are glad to have sncheuttlprlse. the Seminole tad adjoin. the building every encouragement should be is to finally hang in either the fire halt \ t

I 1'-t the beet making for' Itselfis as this in our State. and be. city part extended. or the city library the'snalte/being de- .. and Mrs. Jobn Hough' : and daughtier. ra
,, ti bread lieve ;that a soon as the people fully Dr. cided the votnj:" 'Callat M. E. .Miss Freed: left this week for their a
In public
due ,to'the can taken In baking.. It realize tbe Importance of the peach Industry Munyoa's present plans are to The next few week will all probability by ? '
,,, erect Immediately a three-story brick tell what Intentions Grnber's furniture store- and cast your, home in Hamilton, Ohio. They are to ,
h'" is always the best; Its quality cn not Ibis State will ship thousands of just Dr. Mnnyon'a .., r
,,1; r be excelled. Try U. early peaches every season) hotel building!: containing one hundred are regarding his property here. vote. t return early in the winter

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THE TROPICAL I ready and Booth, 4845; stage; mane LOCAL NOTES. -r __-- --". _J.., 4jtJf.f! ,

; 41z '....... / ,* .'* M"fi i fl.lrlda.SUN. vi; 'yiJ1W 9N. :tJ!1f: stage manager T.tJE ""I q .MD POUT OU'"R r-\\:}J
i raPtlr" Dade Ceocty.. ,
AU parlies cUiina 1 ;
having against the
.. Ylichmctnd' 1864; |jn England: i', n .tJ iis ifs Why Prize Contest
''!> fire hail, building i t Q1 *fi requested $
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Pn..11.11.4 Bvtrjr W'd.,.day tad S.)ud.t: ,and France 1 ,1856. ; witb >naral, eene, $> pCesent;; them gore the isth,': ', .r1\

!toy...T PALM" .!AOH DAOI OOUNTV. "''D''" New :Joric, 1857; created Rip Van |niit.., fo Mr.t. W. Biirkhafiit: See1 offi- IRKnt 00: I "I'n'.:;

ctai i notice etaewbere.
Winale,1S59 Australia i awlEoglao186b65 .
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 'El.OO PKft'TEAR. ; rent to .' 1 .
yt died Mr. W. C Strahao! dne of the popular f. I: rDlid9fR8 ,\
; ; on April 23, cierks for the 6. G..Strobui, Co:,'went fo I .r& MEN'ki :' J. (
S Tropical Sun Pt.Dlshing| .Coirip'y i '1905.. ;Mr. Jefferson won fame in ) -... .c >, _
f I JacVonvill! )3atiirday'Dight 'I 1 l ,. sb ,: CHAS. B. KENDALL. slanaeer.t parts as.follows\ : As' Kip Van Winkle I of recreation He wilt return tvu r'deot? ,
&cree1 1 via Capt;. tr.D... HendrlCkaon's 'schooner. I
aimed at the Po i..mc. of/ west Pa.....Beach r 'Rip Van Wile; aa Bob I fever Boon 'Tickled p S't\
i' The walls of the block
stone being
,' .I Mcond-cuui matter. in "The Caleb Plumme new :
Rivals; as ,
erected by Mr. J. C. $ti erl bspos- '' !
They WILL: ba If } wilt put t them
"The 8S jwn
Cricket Hearth '
ip on flhe ;, ite Ithe Tropical' Sun- office, are? anew .' I
rlrh ',; ,: Thesmallboycunpowwitbadear i : .in. one of OUR, shoes, .
; 1 1 Mr. Qolightly,, "Lend Ie.'he 8hl nearing oom letron. The building,!' ; ; '
; $t conscience, lay aside this books for: a while;' only wiiI'be doe of the I I t
cne-stcry '
t s t \ lings ;" aa :Newman Nogga in ""JNicho- moat Whlcii, w6 liavo .just "1 h.. '..lfefx In thU! O'; Dt<>et !will l Ire'I, : ,I-. Ii
few weeks and take liis tops and fmposiagjn the city, and Is probably ; .'
up las JNickleby;; t aa Dr. Jlapad In"The the Ifs, Vlrtrttita f rrutvhf1' !..i'l.\ MiOtheriftp Lamping-. Mien! Kate Vaali '
fishing tackle.' but the commenclag of \ use ol :received from, the The polo's uf tuttir! tha f "will libelv inili" oDce them In determining'l ? "
*tileV. Poor,Gentletuan;" as Aaa Trenchar artificial .tone tor building, i purpose. in : the'winners willbe "" : "' "?*! t '
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31,, ,' '1 ;*An tc. old bishop advises: all young; in "Our American Cousin;," aa Dr West Palm ;Beach. W. La DOUGLASSHOE Brevity '
S. :..: .. Fangioss' Contractor, M.. J. Yarborough hal: r.leverDe"' construction of answers /
to beware of women. He ; In "The Heir at Law; aMarrail 'of assertions :
preachers. !" been warded a contract for the construction Reasons instead mere statements or 'I

should ,remember that old men are lln "A New Way to Pay Old of 'modern cottage for Mr. CD. epntesteloeea when studying! ', /,; your answers. :,;;." I, k :

II 'y a worth saving; too. Debts." A. D. Cbbb, on the north-west: corner of This Saturday. June 3d, at 6 p. m. ,All aDllwerllII, J
made Especially for Us In the latest mast bet in befor that time.
.' Bvernia street and! Qni!man avenue, on colon :
Before the convening; of another the site where now stands the and etyler .
4 If the new fish bill passes the Legislature cottage 'Hatcliett-DaCamara Hardware Co.
Y'' will $50,000 'a session of the Florida Legislaturethe known aalBeCbpe ptace.; Mr. Cobb is From' C U$3$ $o $6 : ,
State I
l the get
a northern gentleman, and last winter d
move to divide Dade county will < : Wholesale Retailers of Hardware ,
i ;\, ye r. venue from that source by tbe became.o Infatuated with .West Palm -Orb in one of our r "
have into a full-grown bill. West ?alm Beach Florida ;
and developed Beach: that bie decided to build for himself :
/ flshboata nets.
tax .
'W on J i
I Everyone now realizes that tbecoun a home bete. Work on the new; UEN I iIIUUKHAIIDT'S
will commence in' few' ; ,
ty ia too' and the county : cottage a day* UALITYPerfect
1,. l' If Dr. Munyon will only construct now .large; ; 1 .
rt that big hotel on the lake front we'll seat too fur from the northern'bound Mrp.,73rownMbo: baa for many f .
1 years held} the position of head carpenter Rest f I

Y., all,..stop, cussing him, md drink' .to his ary. A division is now being verygenerally with the East Coast Hotel Company which fits the foot a a Farts-made I '.1." ,"

r ; health or the famous "paw-paw. discussed, and while it i is in the construction work at the Royal glove fits the band. C /
1 ,. too late to get any relief from the :Poincla'na and The Breakers, left ,Monday Boots f3 and $3 50 WwtPalm8e5chAlrrll90,100

"The cleanest and prettiest I little l night for Goldfields, .Nevada.: Mr. Oxfords '2.50 and $3
t present session of the Legislature, Brown was formerly a prosperous pros- PLEASE TAKE NOTE.We .
i is the verdict of ,
in the State.
city there eeems to be a general feeling pectcr_in the gold couatry' of the west,
THE have received direct chest from China of the finest :':
the Red Men who are assembled here an original ,
time be had
.. 1 that the next session will be called and for some has a longing "

4k" I this" "week in.their Great Council. upon (for relief. to return to' that'part of the country and SI RKINCO. ENGLISH, :BREAKFAST TEA I.

1 _- 9 ** resume bin former occupation. If be \
i i This Tea Is of the selection for the most fas-
meets with tbe that he now anticipates
1 Richmond Va. success
The City Council of I It is said that Orange county pro- he will make his permanent Jefferson Block tideous lover of tea, 'of extra 'fine young leaf, grown in NINO- \

has appropriated 30,000; for the duced during' the past season from home in Nevada.Commencing West Palm Beach!; Florida CHOW and MANKIANO. Its flavor and fragrance,; suit the I

purpose of erecting;, an exquestrian 350,000 to 400,000 boxes of oranges.; next Tuesday the Methodists choicest purchaser.

statue to the memory of Gen. FitsI the greatest number produced.in the of tbe East 'Coast District will -- 1C is not the cheapest tea you can purchase, but its quality is of ."

I Lee. assemble in this city for the holding of the very dearest and purchasing in tbe manner and 'from the I.'
,tF hugh; history of the county. We expect an S. H. RICHMOND Agent '
their annual conference. As has been source that we did, we are enabled to place it before you for

;'* e I The Thursday half holiday ii is again increase this year of 50,000 boxes, stated in The Tropical Sun there will Ferae Grant Land eo CENTSrA POUND
be in attendance more than one Company.
,,,;< being v' discussed. It would be well fort as the trees are all loaded down with hundred perhaps ministers and delegates and REAL ESTATE. instead of being obliged to charge a dollarwhich is Its real value.L. .

/ 1: the business men of the city to observe bloomand prospects' loran immense the conference will continue throughout
M it by spending the time plants crops were never brighter. The re- the week many of the visitors remaining -

s: ing shade trees. cent freeze did not affect the trees, over Sunday. The sessions will be w. BTJKKHARDT Finest Groceries ., \
1 held in the Methodist church, and the
and Orange county is almost a bowe
? public is invited to attend all of the BrIt will pay you to purchaselour CouponBooks.wwwwwmwmmttrwwr.
t The Red Man has taken the city
of blossoms.-Sanford Chron I
orange meetings and services. Tbe first work

14S? I this week, and next week will mark icle. of the conference will probably be the ;

the coming of the Methodist preach examination of several ministerial candidates
Meeting* of School Board. for admission to the Annnal .
About\ .
> ers. the only event of importance
The Board of Public Instruction held Florida Conference, which meets next

,. for the following week will be aL it* regular monthly meeting in Miamion December._ _ __ 'crown.are koown Far O.If M whet a century they th.y bay !orrnrnnnnnrrnnrrnrnrnrnr" '''''''''''''''' ''''' ''' " ", ?!

genuine chicken famine. Tuesday, with members present as Advla. bas bass tb..taod.M-bays'{ .
'S'Sd,4l Timely; Iliad one. to b.a.
produce blgaer
S follows: Mesers. W. M. Burdlne, Eli When a certain financial panic broke tar arope than .nv .then, Bold F i el parmaeyjClematis
by all Osalen. 5500 Need A.. he I1ie
The Confederate veterans will go to Sims E. W. J. Parrish and R. E. Hall out the senior editor of a trade Journal a..f pea to all..ppileeut.D. .

and superintendent.The published In the Interests of business
the annual reunion at Louisville in secretary MN FRRy & CO.,
following! bills were ordered paid:, men and financiers was on 'a 'visit to Garrott, Mloa.NN Ave. and Narcissus St ;; .

June via the Southern railway. The E. M. Graves, 3.76; P. W. Miller, a mining town. Fearful lest his JuniorIn .

j, date ol leaving Jacksonville is 7:16: '72 58; E. A. Fox, 133.35; W. H. Chaille, the office at home might give editorial == f ryc t -: A foaming glass of soda would Sg
utterance to pessimistic views == vy,. ar' M taste Rood now, wouldn't it? Well 12"
1 p.m. June 12. Col. J. C. Lusk, Jacksonville 14.56; C. H. Raulerson, 1293.55; M J. and, weaken public confidence still further == come and gel it. It II-here"waiting S::
Rvan, $2 41; H. P. Scraps, *3 87; J. w. be hastened to a'telegrraph office N NNN NNhe == SO p4 for you all the time. I. there any =S I
i Fla., will answer all inquiries. C.rdy, |l.6i; P. T. Budge, {2.68; W. M and dispatched a brief message of advice = r == aR ; *' kind yon dote on ? It is bere. And 12!'
:. there are quite a number of new =5,
Bnrdine Miss Colyer
$3.78; Kate $55.64: palms '
= == lavorsandcombinationithatarefit rX
===Palm Beach R. E. Hall, $68 84; Ell Sims. $2o 85: It happened that the.junlor partner z == 's % t for angels. Yon know of course :S -
The people are E. W. J. Parrish, 16.35; Wm. Burdine, on this particular day had just become = ::- !bow; we serve our soda ; in good SS

F not unmindful of the fact that the $2.15.: the father of a pair of fine twin boys.: :. Now Open. == $ generous rimes. Plenty of flavor- SSt::
; The Grading Committee for the exam While his friends In the office were == 10r lag and aoda. Not any more froth 12: f"
school term now closing has been congratulating him upon this 'event a :: A large, home-like Hotel well appointed := A than we can befp. Come today =:::S:
illations to be held 6 select.
on June was
\ one of the beet conducted and altogether messenger entered with a telegram. .C and beautifully located gtvlog == .- Come every day. ss _
I ed. but, in accordance with law, the : the comforts without the cost of
He opened It and read the following
l == Headquarters for ZS
i most profitable in the history names of the committee will not be given C the more expensive one*. Hltnated" on
: from the senior partner:
message : = 3o
i .j\f\ Lake Worth, opponlte the Royal = PULASKI CREAM
of the All praise to the able Dear look blue but they
city. Oeorgo-Tlilnga .
:! t t faculty. out.Supt.. Hall made. report of the meet- will view brighten of the situation.up noon. Take a HIRAM.cheerful =p.. Voluclana belle.Hotel.Good White flxblng wattiemiee.Klertrlil banting 7IUIIIUIUUIIIIIIUIII.! !' 1 .'lIUIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIUIIIIIIIIIIlUJIIIiItC' / 1 1 .
---- log the State Superintendents at Tal andboatlne! Ratretl2.505n4$3.00: >

r Numerous States are now clamorIng lahassee. Bermudas Florida J per day Special! rates_by the week. i '.

The time of the board Was taken .
up oROStoROmtomtostoROrostoROkoKOR)leoteoxolsolaotto>toi.otaol.otao o
i 1 for what is supposed b" the I o
Jf 10 the afternoon in the examination: of a la reference tothe growing: of Bermuda : The) palms : X

r+ ;, body 'of John Paul Jones, recently protest filed by certain\ colored peopleof onions in Florida, a well-known man in We" Palm Beacb: Florida V o 5f

unearthed in Paris after one hundred West Palm Beach against the returnto the trade says that the strong point for N..NNN....*...NN+e.N o G. G. Strohm Company !f

under the sod. An exchange the schools of this place of J. W. them in the lower East Coast country is o

years Mickens, the colored principal. No decision going to be the fact that with their J

k very rightly asks how many of these was reached. methods of high fertilizing and practically -, \ aro FHMILY GROCERIES i io

is l States would contribute willingly to -r--: uninterrupted growth all through 1 1 Ifaf

his support if he was alive. Florida Pine pa el s. the /winter, the growers there will be L. A. WILSON 0

3i ----------- Two solid carloads of Florida pine.p.pIes. able to begin: marketing Be-muda onions MANUFACTURER OK o Fancy Food Products f

t' from the lower east coast, the 6rst fully grown, by tbe first of March. This o
X11r r ; "If Sunday: baseball is to be cutout of the present season, passed through i. one month ahead of the usual importations Boots and Shoes Ito ra o

i a '. ," says the Tampa Tribune, "let Jacksonville yesterday and were bandied ', from Bermuda and will give Florida > Grain and Provisions. o

'S i.' I us stop Sunday excu rsions and buggy I It by S. 1.511gb & Co. growers the cream of the ear'>y mar- Repairing in All Kinds of Lea t.er a
t While the pineapple Crop is a little ket. The development of tbe Bermuda Goode Neatly Done
t rides and the running of automobiles -
'. later this. year than last, and will be onion crop in the East Coast section is 1CX JEFFERSON BLOCK .

?' it l also. If Sunday Is too good a about one-third lefts, on account of the liable to be slow, just as it was in Texas, Indian Tanned Buckskin; < .o .0 '

+r I: '! day for the pleasure 9! a portion of freeze last winter, than was originally and it will probably be 'two or three o West Palm Beach Florida. s f1

estimated, the that the fruit before it will be recognized as a V ,
l I \ sweltering humanity is too good growers say years and Horsehide ShoesFOR o s .1-1_ o
is in fine condition and they anticipate Sipping crop of any size from the Flor. .
r S i for the of the rest of them." rM07sOt1O_OtSOtIOlaoliOtaoltoOltoUrteoitOiloSaOS.oito3soilotr0isoisO so
pleasure good pi Ices in the Northern and Eastern ida sections. It is a far more difficulttatter TENDER FEET
t if. __ ____
; --m markets. to raise a crop of Bermuda onions
Olive St. North of New Jefferson Bio
;. It ia told of an Tampa I One owner of a pitry. on the east than it is to raise beans or tomatoes. Tbe \ ,

a automobilist that he sweated' and coast said yesterday that the freeze had quality and yields tbat have been turned THE TROPICAL SUN

J q' 4 cut back his crop considerably, but that out iu the test crops this year have been Finest Printing
} h fumed for three hours, dived under
the roots were not killed by the cold, very encouraging/ and there seems to be0o Working Night and Day, < Job Department

1 't3 his machine twenty times loosened consequently he expected to have. a reason why net profits of $300 to $500 The busiest and mightiest little thing

e ,5 and screwed up every bolt on it, splendid fall crop from the new growth ao acre should not easily be made in tbe that ever was made Is Dr. King's New ,.,

that has put out since the cold wave lower East Coast country.-New York Life Pills. These plllg change weak-
o1wnedandshut every lid,filled every CITY MEAT MARKET
| swept along the coast. Fruit and Produce News. ness Into strength listlessness Into \ (
,'r ; + oil cup to the brian, shoved it back. The pineapple from Cuba this ,
crop energy brain-fag Into mental power. Florid fail Weslern Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs.

1Sward'and: forward seven times, and season has been a good one, but it is Christian Science Services.First They're wonderful In building up the
Mail Orders Receive Cartful
'+ XJ c was just about to begin; to swear believed that the majority of that crop Church, of Christ, Scientist, West health. Only 25o per box. Sold by all Attention.
will be out ot the the time
put way by druggists. Jefferfaon Block WEST PALM
:' -wbeu he remembered that he had the the bulk of the Florida crop begins to Palm Beach Fla., up stairs in Masonic BEACH "

Temple, west of Bank, on Clematis
sparking plug in his vest pocket. reach the markets. I
Sunday services at : Sun
I a: The Florida grown pineapples are so blnrrth:': to rut poron within one
day-school at : testimonial meetIngs mile' Vnlm
2.jop.tn.; Jioitch.(hat I
than thelateJoHpph far snperior\to\ the Cuban pines in flavor nm here to ",1'alroll1' WHtcltcmolwktandewelry FOR SALE.
For seventy years
p more at : on first third and fifth
that there I iVino comparison and the : -to at your eye"*with epeetales or
thestage. Wednesdays in month. The of yexlaMfl and to wll yon anything. you
Jefferson was on pastor
consumers in il.e United States are be- may want in my line J..m not a "wlntar
this church is tbe "Bible" and "Science visitor{ ," lint unrmaneiit militant, '
f jl' His fatherand bin grand father, both, gluing to apprec ate this so that even and o..a..ln Dade! Co, and perfectly a property miponaiblo -- One Mole at 1150.00!
Health.with Key to the Scriptures fur buiiiiaiw One Male
Any you may at .
when the Florida comes competition '75.00.
r c were actors, and Joseph made his crop by Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy The to: trnninoc" with me. Wal ,
,'t S.i with the :abaa crop better Lesson Sermon In need of repairing may: ba ent by rcjclnter.ed / Apply toWALLACE
in Washington on next Sunday, May mad or expreim. I will examine and '
debut in a child's part re- R. MOSES 'rl,
-S prices are obtained for Florida pines : 21, is "Ancient and Modern Necromancy pork coal by return mail-.It the price !I. notlatfafmitcry
i The Chicago Record- of yon can order the goods returned Agent Wocxllawn Cemetery ''d//" :
'City in 1833. than those from fie Queen the ; or, Mesmerism and Hypnotism." without. charge. have had twen. ;
nutshell Jeffer Antilles. ty year experience with son ol the beet Aw
Herald prf'eentIJln a The text, "and the Lord shall smite houses in New York and lialtimuro-z 9
) t visitors here in Egypt: He shall smite and heal It.- 7can bead Watchmaker and Optlaiaa' for Kodol Dyspeif3laCure, ..
.Jd p son's sketch in this way: "Born in Among the promloe }r'enle I f A Croebi Co,Jack ; S y attendance upon the (treat Council of Isaiah, 19: 22. Tlieoe facteouKhl to be unRlclenLanca ..."..- Olgects.what you eat. .
Feb. 20 1829. debut that I ... _
1:1: Philadelphia, Red Men is Mr. J. W. White, editor. of A cordial invitation extended to all J: "guarantee otiefeccilun In .very 0.*.. and

tJ r ns an 'actor, Washington, 1833: appeared the Florida Fraternal Record, Jackson! who are interested in Christian -Science E. A.'' WALKER EXPERT WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN I DoWItt's :K.V: Salve \l[

+;;i l'l'f fi ''' in Chicago, 1838;with Mac- ville. to attend these services. Jefferson Block West Palm Beach For Pile.. Burn., sores .!

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I.Moat 01 'Strictly tbe patent Genuine medicine, testimo. "'R member, You fill'Get t Your Money Back, If Not Pleased '

fciaUare probably genuine. The follow-
tog notice recently: appeared in the Atcb.:
'i lion (Kan.) Globe: "Joe Tack, a well-
Known engineer,running the Missouri
;Pacific between Wicbitiand Kiowa, lateSt -
appeared ID a big one, with a picture,

A He1 rtble asked and, bad when pains him cancer.he about in was jiU it.la loraacli His lids.He druggist say.office and he today thought had recom| ter.we;' H. J J. Burlardt Company RIBBON, .

mended Kodol,and be says It cured him.
He recommended it to others who H.J. Burkhardt, Prwldent B. A, Burkhanlt.Secretary. ,r '
Also cured" Kodol Dyspep.ia, Cure dl. B. E. Burkhardt Vice Prmldeut H.J. Burkhardt, J.Treaall.lflolesale .... I

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,, troubles.. Juat aUtuely as the son shines 5 :' S \ !
your stomach can be brought back to lu i t 1 1r

Originally pure condition and life aweet- \ 1 1 i 1 .
Cued by this leafing and truly the greatest ] Ietailersof. i
dlgestant known. Sold by A. O.
:M-iegel Liberty: Satin

Herbert VCroker, son of Richard Cro- .- .... t
her of New York, was found dead in a S

1' s ear on the Atchison, Topeka & Santa s.1

Fee railway last week. This la the sec- Taffeta Ribbon'

rr y end of Mr Croker's sons who baa come

to an untimely end. \ .

?' Not a Sick Day Since EveryllilugVorthHavuaI

.'I was taken severely sick with kid All;' ;Colors

ray trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines ,*
none of which relieved me. Oue ,
day I aaw an ad. of your Electric Bitters .
and determined to try that. After taking All 'Widtlls
>a*few doaes I felt relieved and soon thereafter '
tit was entirely cured aid not been If you have the CASH, we will sell you
sick a day since. Neighbors of mine have "

1. been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia: i
I liver and kindey troubles and general i All Price'sB'RJtNNING
I debility." -This is what B.'P. ,BaN, of anything: ,you; want cheaper than. any

Fremont, N. C., writes. Only soc, at
all druggist .

Diaaatroua Wrecks. other store, firm or individual i tillS

rr Carelessness is responsible for many .
a 'railway wreck, and the same 'causes '
are making human wrecks sufferers TRY' US '
from throat and/lung troubles. But since : '
.- the advent of Dr. King's New Discovery I o-' :, ''j, "' ', B'RO'S
Consumption,Coughs and Colds even 7'v "
the worse cases can be cured and hopeless .
resignation is no longer necessary. I ,
Mrs. Lois Cragg. of Dorchester, Mas, III
is one of many whose life waa saved byDt' LADIES' OUtFittERS
King's; New Discovery This great .
remedy is guaranteed for all throat and Do not let distance deter you from sending us an order.. Remember; i

lung diseases by all druggists. Price, ,

yxand $1.00. Trial bottles free. our store in as near to you as your nearest letter box, and at all times we
the government is said to be dl 'r
Jjusalan and will be pleased to answer any inquiry as .to goods; not quoted In this list.
enlisting oooo cut throata other %%%

desperate criminals to serve as special '
P Our mail mail order business is growing. We would lib to bave you
police in cities where uprisings of tbe
t people occur. They will have authority > PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

to kill' as they ace fit anyone opposed to on our list of satisfied patrons. Remember I You will get your money -, LAW. t

the royal house '
back if cot pleased. ., >. ',' I Q C. CHILIANGWOKTU

Bilious Bill was getting bloated, "" .
;,, And his tongue was muchly coated. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
j Patent "tonics" wouldn't cure him, d
Companies would not insure him. Lipton's Tea, any brand' ', SO'to CO cents a pound West Palm Beach. Fla. t r
'All his friends were badly frightened,
But their spirits soon were lightened, Mocha pnd:Java Coffee, ,in cans, 25o' lb., bulk 20c a lb riso.\ o. cumins
v For Bill laid-and they believed him, : A message of Intel l'8t to all is conveyed in these few lines. It is that rich i
Riser Pills relieved him. No. 14 Rio Coffee 15 cts a lb., 21bs for 25 cts Attorney and CounaelJor-at-Law
Early "
The famous little plll\ "Early Risers" WEST PALM BRACH FLORIDA men say they cannot afford to have the rink of keeping much money in (,
constipation, sick headache, btliousneas A Good Strong:! Tea green; black or mixed 25 cts alb40ct8nlb.Xlb20cts
cure ; house or office. Thieves fires and accidents of all kinds
are far too
etc., by their tonic effect on TT 1" UK AN NINO, numerous -
the liver. They never gripe or sicken, Royal Baiting i to make it safe The Dade
County State Bank, West Palm Beach
CounBeIJo, Law. SDR-
and -
Good *
I but impart early rising energy. Good Luck Baking; Powder ; slat o1' 8 cans 25 rte Attorney
for children' or adults. Sold by A. G. (Office over Bank. gusts tbat the-iess money you have the more careful yon should be of it. ,

Rlegel.; ., 14,1 bs Sugar ?>, s *i.oo WEST PALM BEACH, FLA '
I Put it in the bank.
Oat Meal '.'. ,M''"' three 2-lb packages 25e
Hot Weather Piles. ; GEO. M. BOBBINS,
-" .
Persons afflicted with piles should be Bice < i t 1 5c a lb., 25 Ibs $1.00 Attorney! and Counselor-at-Lauj. '
careful at this season of the year. Hot ,
weatber and bad drinking water contrib White Beans \ v :,i ,, lOc quart Will practice State and Federal Court. Get Laneto Louisville & Nashville

: ute to the conditions: which make piles 'I;' TITOSVILLB. ,,..;..
I mere painful and dangerous. DeWitt'S Pure. Glycerine Soap" 5 cents RaUroad ., t
Witch Haul Salve stops the pain,draws w., MI TOALIp, op your
out the soreness and cures. Get the genuine Irish Potatoes: 300 peck
bearing the name of E. C. DeWitt ATTORNk1-AT LAW. The following
Cabbage 2c a.lb NOTARY PUBLIC.U. Gas Engine
& Co Sold by A. G. Riegel.S ;
; 8. COMMISSIONER Low Round-Trip Ratesfrom
The poet Goethe's library at Coburgis Armour's Breakfast Bacon / loc a lb Wilt practice County .L""Dd ..eleralCourte Repairing ,
to varlone nolnte North-
k offered for sale. It contains works by Star Ham '". 150 a Ib LAND CASES A 8PKCIALVY. mid West will be In enact on da ten shown.
popular authors of the 16th,Ith aud 8th Office TROPICAL SUN Block. Proportionately low rate from other point '
centuries White Bacon 12#; sides lie Wes Palm Beach. Dude County IlorMa LoutavllleKvEatet8.40- -- -- -- account United

:' __ r.. LEWID. Confederate Veteran Rt-nnlou, June liMO
Very Best Block Butter 33e R lb A.J Inclusive, wltb final limit July 10.
Time Tried and Merit Proven. E. M. BKELSFOKD() Portland Oregon, lute *8B.3.1, account
ATTORNEY AT-LAW Louie. and Clark Centennial Fair' tickets sold
One Minute Cough Cure is right on Pure Extracts: lemon, vanilla,,strawberry ) :j< :' ,.) ,':,,,$'i ,' 3 for 250 and NOTARY PUBLIC. certain date Ma.v J3. to Hvpt, fie, wIth anal t

\'\k.o time when it cornea to curing coughs, Table Peaches "1015/and 25c a can Agent of the U. S.Fidelity., Md.at Guaranty Co; ,elB.Itimor. Real Estate limit Ran return FrnnclHco 90 day and Lou Antrim. Rote'R .Do

croup, whooping cough, etc. It is per- Office at corner Ueiuatla: ,Avenue and Nar. PALM BEACH FLA. tlcku .eolil certain Oaten April l 10 to AuR.14Inclusive
fectly harmless, pleasant to take and la Pure Tar Soap 5 cents tissue Street, over Potters bicycle tore, of Hale, not, final to exceed return Nov.limit il 110days<>. from dattt
the children's favorite cough syrup. Sold 1-4-1DOa.: WEST PALM BEACH. Jictary Public.:. Cctirgcs to ReD
Denver Colorado Rat2.113.. account International 1
by A. Riegel. Pet Cream 3 for 25c.: case. .of 4 dozen $3.80 Eiiworth: league Convention, .
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Office,South Polnclana Hotel ticket* luld Juno; iiu to July 8O Inclunlve.flnaFroturu
Respect Dime Milk: 3 for 25c., II 3.75 limit AUK.! 8.
., TT U. HOOD, M. I>, Bnaulo.N.Y.Rates52A0.nrrnnet.tnuual t
It's shameful when youth fails to show Dried Chipped Beef ;,1 2 l for 15c Mmttlnfr Grandl.u.t7> P' itlrk,". .n\\\ \ ,{
July H to 1O IwlllHlVr; nlth llnul llu.lt I .1 III -'%
for old but just the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
proper respect Potted Ham .6 for 25c Toronto. Caoa.lu,lUui 3B.liO: ncuoiiut Inrvrnatlonal
contrary in the case of Dr. King's New Office over Potter'a bicycle *tore, WEST lipworth League Conventluu.
Life Pills. They cut off maladies, no PALM BEACH. Residence near lloyal ticket. Bold June 11 to 111 Inclusive,anal I return
Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce limit August 29.Nanlivllle. .
and Irrespective of 3 ]2-1 I
matter ,how severe PoincIana Hotel, PALM
fever, "I 1 Tenn..Rate '18.211.a.collnt Pea 1
old age. Dyspepsia, jaundice \ Baker's Chocolate "' I 20o a blocklIuyler's B. porTE: M. D., body CullegostmmeracboolVanderbilthlb: ,
constipation all yield to this perfect pill. R. llcul InntltutH. ticket. sold certain date June
all druggists. H July 4, final limit Sept. 8O.
at 20c blockr 8-JiT-ea
25c, ----_ Chocolate ; >r a : WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Knoxvllle I lenn. Kare 116.85.account Summer
.' S,yL '''i ttchuIoftheifouth.ticket.old; certain
4 By means of bard work aud privation 11 Cocoa) ,,'.., ... 20c a cau DENTAL, S'Qyy 6 d"teMJune i 18! to July 18 Inclusive, Anal return

I the people of Kottbus; Germany have Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and all aches and pains. [t'l is O II. MAXJY 1\ rl l t ; limit Sept n0.Briatnt.Tenn..Rate. tta.aa, acrounlAnmtal
raised fund for a statue of William the / Meeting tier man Baptlut Brethren, ticket:
wonderful in rp8ults' 2;$: und 50c bottles S i old : 81
The I Nay lU to inclusive,final return limit
chair DENTIST .
First, sitting in a as ,. i June s.0.For .
present emperor has notified these people 10 Good 5-cent Cigars for 25 cents Office in Jefferson Block I t full Information. iicheilnlriand late*toaDY
tf. that the lint William must appear WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA point North or West call on or write '
6 Cheroots 25 cents OEO. };. HERRING. Fla. P..... A(tent.
1\, on horseback or not all, and as they can packages; ',', (" '," J. 13. LIDDY :.106 Weat.Baj-.,JackBon.lllo,Florida
not possibly raise the additional amount G Duke's Mirture 25 cents

that would be inquired to comply with; I Dentist IMPROVED METllons CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH JUDICIAL
the ultimatum they are at a loss to know 6 Sensation: :\:' 25 cents Onion Flret door.west of Dada i County State I IN flrcult-Drtdo County.Florida. lachitucery.
Bank Margaret Arnold Groom 1
what to do 3 Seal of North Carolina { 2Jr.ents; are adopted by us as soon as their I Order
FLORDA Thnmeon
I .1 ";/", WEST PALM BEACH Harrison Groom ) a
value is firmly established. T*> Harrison Thnm *.n Oroom :
1 A Runaway Bicycle 6 Honest, Long Cut v S 25 tenth You are hereby. reo.nlred. to appear and ?
Terminated with an ugly cut on the duties plead, answer or demur to tbe bill of complaint
Strike! 25 cents In the performance our exhibited atraln.t In the above j
M Franklin Grove. Ill.i Lucky :: yon
leg of J. B. Orner \. \ )' T. J. CAMPBELL tyled, Vance at the court honoe, at Miami,
i *< It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding tbe ,Undertakers and Embalmers, all Dale County., }Florida on Monday,June nth.A. .
Insect Powder if it does not murder insects and
and remedies! for four years. Pure come getyour ; V.11U.'i. and It l U ..r.reo t that tbe order t
to doctors Jam-Up-To-Now ,i modern aids approved Ijy science or be piilill-hed In Tbe Tropical. Him' once each
: t' Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured. It money back. It Is quoted 28e at wholesale, We will soil week for four pontiocotlve week. .

\\ is lust as good for burns, scald, eruptions you one pound ,for 25 cents ; In ten pound lots 21 centsEddy's good taste are in use, and we have Pone and ordered ar Miami, Florida, thl.
;a and piles. 33c. at all druggists. 18th day of April,A. I>. 1' US.B. .
o ** .C. DEARBOBXCt.
hesitation in claiming that we can
Ball.Blueing 3 cents [ re. Seal] Clerk Circuit Court.
I' '+. Florence Nightingale: the famous Cri. BLACKSMITHINGHORSE give the best service at the most reasonable Ufa. O. ; mean war nurse, celebrated her 8sth 28 lots of Orange and Vegetable Land, In 5-acre tracts situated at Cocoa. SHOEING, GENERAL cost. Apl '''-w/S/ y

birthday anniversary May 15. She Ede nut Grove, Florida, the moat prosperous fruit anti). .vegetable growing AND
living in London ,England. King section on Biscayne Bay $1,000 a tract Lady assistant. fOLEnIlONEY.wrAR;
the form of
.'. ward sent congratulations and dispatches were 26 lots of land, 100 feet front on Ocean and 100 feet on River x 1320 feetderp FAINTINGWAGONS J. B. McGINLEYPalms ..,_. .urf Jf.o.fa1MOnoMlntoCdghCSr.
autograph letter, Js.Ikudvae
'I" : an .. .
: $500 a lot --------------- --
from noted men and women
"l .J throughout received Europe These lots are on the Hillsboro river, front on both banks and have a BUILT' ORDER Corner. I a

magnificent Ocean( front. They are 23 miles south of the Royal Poln
Colds and c.- "&k
and For Coughs,
night. ,
real estate.loans clana Uotet. If you are looking for a safe" )Investment that will yield Clenutl "..... Wet o road Open day

should All persons write-ot wishing call upon the Realty five hundred per cent in a few years now is the time to snap up this fl

I Mortgage Company, West Palm Beach, bargain. Write us for anything; .yon want In the real estate line. We '

Pia. IIlS-lawtf" .N f' I I can put,)'OI1.Jn to a number of good,things; ..IIt!, ,'., ."<(. ;:. DYSPEPSIA 'CURE
,.,....*..J.N't ; '
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''t A British dispatch steamship from Miami David announce ManelandIs that Drawer l"tl; Palm Beach, FloridafgfVfe ;, K d I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT S "

the mile south of the rescue will not sell to dealers. O 0 TV*11.00 1ooItIa.ontatit*2H.....IM kl.l....chick MB.tar"a0..eaa
e ashore one Consul JackonvUlewill ..........aLY at 'rut uuouveav' .r

1 bouse. The British investigate Vice We will positively save you 25 cents on every dollar spent for Groceries. K. C. DWZTT" COMPANY. CHICAGO. U.!., ,

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t .,' .'<. MATTERS, OF!, ',,' Schooner, .", Line PARAGRAPHS '" I Evervbojy's Column '

i LOCAL INTERESTCondensedlNews For MiamiThere PURELY PERSONA] =-z.---- -.. --- --

--- ..MONEY. ._ TO.. LOAN.._ .
----- -
N la a strong possibility that the People as They Come and Go-;- (Iftl\eady mil
iL ,, ),\ i > ; Paragraphs Pertaining Benuer 'ine of schooners now plying People'Whom You May or ;" IF YOU want HAVR Improve PROPERTY(induced THAT }
you moneyto
k i;; : to West Palm;Bellch" to'Gulf '' and Porto 'ii
from New York ,Cuban 1 May Not Know. 5 t tI do it with apply ,Oeo. 'o. Cnirie<

and Vicinity. ,J/ Rican ports, Including Key West and I 1"1)) Wet Palm J'', Beach." ,.illlU,; 'I*{, \, $"g ',4 I :5, ,s ,
Tampa, will make this a port of entry on International
--- ,t. R. W. Amo'd, representing the Leave your ,orders at The Tropical

k 'F. :.Fresh roasted peaduU. Lake Worth their southern trips. Correspondence School, is ia Sun office for" all kinds of engraved a
Mr. C. H.
Gallagbau, a representativeof '
produce the city this week. 4,, and monogram stationery and
Company. \ visiting
,.,!' the line, is now In the city, and while
; ; Rev II.ii;. Sturgess, colporteur for the card.
Ice cream ocla1.1l1. the to-
;; : city park he Is not yet prepared to announce define
morrow1 evening. ilely that the vessels of his line will Baptist society along the East Coast, was o'Tht
t '' in the city this week. d Jj:* For,Sale.,:Tot Rant, ,BoardluK.FurBlsh-: F"' "
'y Ili Pigeon Wanted. Will pay ajc a paler touch here, be U sounding the m..r.chants eS i
Rooms Rooms Let ., ,
an4 *nU( atThe
Mr Dan. Keith of Miami tulesuiau 1'0 :
: (
r + delivered to Lake Worth Produce Co on 'the proposition making inquiries Tropical Sub borne "'V
for the Cable Piano la l in tar I / >
as to the depth of.wter, to be bad Company, \
The best of everything in the edible I 'I ,. ---..
line to be found inthis city is usually on In the,bay, and such 'ether necessities is city today. I 4 i Fine line of latest styM' t

sale at :Faber Brothels' market and would warrast and make, possible for Mrs. Win. Lafnhart l left Monday eveo'i; cards and latest in letters,

i'' : the company to/ include Miami as one of ing for her old home in Saratoga, N. lily: Sui ." .
Rrocerv. Tropical ;I Call and Bee .
l and' its ports of entry. Mr. Gallaghan will to enjoy summer's visit. (W --,
Mr. Mm Bcnj Cook here moved
leave"" tomorrow night for Key West and Mr. Jacob Hocbstrnsser left thl* '.
their popular bonrding house into the ,morning Everything, In the printing,
"Keystone," Mr., I. N. IltsCock'a, spac go thence to Tampa, t hut.he will return to enjoy. an outing of several mouth The Tropical Sun,." and all
ious dwelling on Datura street.s here at an early date to work further in In New York Stnte. cuted In the ;very neatest
projecting the scheme now on foot style or, jttta l art, *, \ t )< | f f"Sennbna
s There is no need of losing Mr. C. I. Rowlonr of Palatka, !fe ,
your appetite '
The Benner Line of Schooners is one .
: ,
;t if will In PRberBrotbers' among tbe prominent Red Men here tl
just to
li you atop of the oldest and best known sailing by tie'Dev1L"
i !' this week attending the Great Council;;'
market and
and takea
S .
grocery lines plying southern waters, and for read it. At Idnefc
look at the tempting things! on aale. tf and Mrs Julia Lawrence; left Saturday'night
years has been running to Tampa ,
Ladies' Guild of Trinity for ber home in Yellow 'Sp lngs..'
Holy other gulf ports. The vessels carry noth ,
{'I Church will give an tce cream social in ing but freight and operates a close: Ohio, after spending several months in

/ +1 4 the city park tomorrow evening1! from 7 schedule; I .Cottage, City. Did You ,

J ,S to to o'clock. Tbe public: is cordially Much of the freight entering Miami )fr. and Mrs J. C. Harris returned < ,

i + invited. first comes to Key West by steamer Saturday evening fruui a visit of several try We a have Bo ICE It, "CREAM made from

A full! supply of pineapple ''wraps and from the north and Is then brought here weeks with Mrs. Harris parents, Mr,| ,

crates, also crate material, j just received by small coasting schooners, one or and Mrs. Langforil, at Fort Meade. Did'Yo ;

..Call and get our prices before you maker more of them being in port nearly all of Mr. B. D. Epps, of the firm of Harris ; .

your purchase. East Coast Lumber and the time, and by having the Benner line & Epps, left Monday evening for his use than a 2io'We pure GLYCERINE have it fop SOAP 11>0.:that Al :
S Supply Company. 10-41 vessels to stop here enroute from New former home in Umatilla where he will TAR SOAP for the toilet at lea f-- ,

r ; Tbe friends Mrs. G. W. Thomas, of York", it is figured by Mr. Gallagban enjoy a- well earned vacation of several '
If You
Stuart, will be pleased to learn that she that practically all .of the freight now weeks, i ,-

y i, is now convalescent from a very aerious bandied in the above mentioned manner, Mr. A. F. Null, of Fort Lauderdale, a A SPRING BLOOD TONIr-" ( r
5 illness.! Dr. C. "Merrill: of this city, could be diverted to his line at a saving Former resident of this city, was here xaparlllu ti the beat for our hot

i Pal been In attendance upon her I both in time and expense to the con Monday on his 'way to Valdosta, Ga,

A. L. Haugh, the bicycle magnate, iaI I signees, and prevent its rehandltng'which He baa been successful with his vegeta 'liittle : i '
tit frequently results in damage and ble and is pleased with the returns.
contemplating: a trip northward for the crop are always needed to keep the .
,? bene6t of his heal'h. He will go as far loss.I Miss, Leila Anthony has returned ;

I as Asheville, N. C., and may extend tbe I Competition is the life of trade and From a visit of several weeks with her Out Spe ,,
is doubt but what should this
&r, trip. While away he will have an eye no I friend, Miss>Evelyn Clark, at Daytona.
line decide to make Miami one of Its
.open to business. I She was accompanied by Miss Clark
ven to he the cheapest and beat
result would be
of that the
''i' I' The 62nd annual council of the Episcopal ports entry who will be her guest for several weeks. for horses and cow from tbe ftl....
advantageous to the merchants and / '
,' Ir+ diocese of Florida was held ink Mrs,, Stanton,. who has for he past '' "
people at large.-MIAmi Metropolis.! Broadwell & ,
d'' St. Augustine last week. Our former year or more been residing with ber 4

p 5 i ? +' townsman, Rev. L. Fitz-James Hindry, brother,' Mrj; Geo. W. 'Lain hart, left Druggists

? was appointed un the standing committee Memorial to Joseph Jefferson.West Monday evening for her home in Arlington !;

?t f on missions. Palm Beach claims the distinction N. J., where 'she will ''spend the West Palm: Beach, ,

r S Chief' J O. Cheatham, of the Voiu2S. summer month,
of offering; the first memorial to tbe

",,, teer Fire Department, made an Inspec- late Joseph Jefferson, and tbe ladles of Mrs..J. R. McRae, of Wadevllle, N.C.: We will dive mall orders prompt ,

tion of all ot the fire hydrants in the the Library Association are the promoters who has been a guest of tbe family ,of I

t city Monday, and reports them in ex- of the very timely enterprise.It Mr. A. Martin for several months, left I Right"a''

q v cellent: condition. He also! stated to Tbe will be remembered that several this morning for her home. She was G.eo.: S. Hacker & I

Tropical Sun that he found the water weeks ago there was on exhibition in accompanied by little Miss Ethel .Mar ,

pressure all that could be desired. the show windows of M. E. Gruber's tin, who will spend the summer in : '

w' Messrs.: Egerton & Co., the well store a panel of burnt wood, descriptive North Carolina, ,

known liquor dealers have recently of Rip Van Winkle In the Catskills, the Mr. Fred F. Bahnson, who has for I M1 i

,," :made some substantial improvements in work having been executed by none some time held the position'of chief : ..

their brick block on Banyan street. The other than Mr. Henry Pettitt, whose electrician for the Hotels Royal Polnci- 1 Itlr

t." v exterior of the brick walls have been I various works of art are to be seen' in ana and Tbe Breakers, left Monday Au '

covered with a coat of stucco while the many places in this city. The panel was evening for his home in Salem, N. C., t

y ;t; "wood, work has been neatly painted. later placed on exhibitionin the art de. where he will spend his vacation. :Mr.Babnson .

The building is now one of the handsomest partment of the Dade County Fairwhere is undecided as to whether he i
In the city. it was greatly admired. Later it was will return to the city in the fall, but it cat C
Nest Sunday morning at II o'clock presented by Mr. Pettitt to the Library l is boprd by his many friends here that "i E :

there will be conducted at the Baptist Association, where it now hangs prom!- he will find It to bin advantage to come ? '

church a special children's service to nlintly on tbe walls. Recently Mr. Pet. back. He Is quite prominent in social MANUFACTURERS ,j

; which all of the children of the cityand \Itt has been induced to place, at the circles, being a member of several frat Doors Sash /: ...

a tbe public In general is invited. Dr. bottom of the panel, the Inscription: ernal organizations and a very promin ,

i Waugh, the pastor, will deliver a "In Memoriam Joseph Jefferson born ent and active member of the Utopia Blinds,

special sermon to the young people, and 1829 Died 1905. The Friend of West Club. -AND-

the song service will be entirely under Palm B':ach" Building

the direction of the children. Tbe words of the inscription are slm Liowney's chocolate at Hlllier'a. CHARLESTON, S, C. 'I
pie, but they spealf volumes and voice !
work of the .
Te remodeling cottages .aLargest Factory
tbe sentiment of every citizen of the NOTICE.All 1
on tbe east side of Olive street, between Send for Pricea. I
Evernia and Fern, purchased last winter place. parties having claims against: the 1

,9 r, by Mr H Putnam, of Boston, has been City Fire Hall are hereby notified to 1I
Mrs. Lansing: Dead. present their claims to L. W. Burkhardt I
and Is
begun to completed as soon as +
l .5 5' possible. The cottages: are to be vat in Another of the former residents of this on or before Thursday, May 25, at ten

;p first-class! shape and furnished fnr rental city has passed away. News has just o'clock. L. W. Burkhardt, Chr.

!, r i''. to winter visitors. Co tractor M.J. Yar- been received that Mrs. A, V. Lansing, 5-17 4t A. P. Anthony, Sec :

'i borough has the work in charge. wid:)w of the late Charles F Lansing, Desirable people who wish a )) : / : : :
y died at ber home in Eau Gallic, Thurs place to stop at while In Went : : ;\ { ,
t; A stranger passed through town !last HELP WANTEDTO Beach, will\ find "MINARET : ; ,; : 0 :
day, May l r. For many years Mrs. Lansing on Olive Street! between ':.. \\:: : : .
with horse and
week a buggy, going : : ;
r a was a resident of this city, her husband HANDLE Fern, |lust purh a pl&ee.
N southward. lIe is an Assyrian, originally .
conducting the drug store now rooms neatly furnished t '
1; ,' : of( PamiscuB,and has passed through owned by Broadwell aud M:>ore. She 4RIFFINq'SPeaclies beds; good, wholesome foods
p 5v Palestine and Bible lands. He came to moderate price, are the recom
has number of
a large friends here who
t the United States sixteen tlonn. Only a limited number of
years ago and will regret to hear of her death. She and Cantaloupes era cao be accommodated .
r is now located at Palm Beach. lie congratulates l.:
ti leaves several children among; whom are a anpeclalt:
'Ready i about Juno Int. MOP sores Poncho, 400
himself bin from
on escape P.II Lansing:, a former merchant of this aero Cantiiloupim.: Crop; oKtinmted I iiuo curs.We MRS. FRANK

sj n, Turkish rule.-Melbourne Times. city, and Mrs.W. H. H. Gleason, of Eau white!need"and lull aoo exiinrlunued picknn and: Held packniK-luiuxe mi'ii. white men orellered. ,
_t The Lake Worth Dairy Co., of the Gallic. The remains! were buried in the Good, Wages. (>ood healthy plnoea t.o
l' j East Side, has arranged with the Lake cemetery of her home town. Duringthe live Apply, Hlating experience, to '

Worth Produce Company, of this city, funeral, which was largely attended, The Griffing Florida Orchard Co., << :
handle all of their dairy Make. Kidney and Bladder :
__ to products. the business places of tbe town were .J..kaonvl1l. .Fla.

} f; 5 b w Manager Mathis of the latter firm, closed: out of respect for the deceased, -
r( i states that hereafter milk can be had at who was held in high esteem by the citizens -$2.59 Q. 1 1
q all times at their store, and will be delivered generally FOWLER B R 0 S. & KING l

i to all parts of the city without ;
,extra ch.rge. A large refrigerator has Memorial MACHINE 'SHOP
Day.A =
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5' S been installed, and 'sweet milk, buttermilk GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY' ::
: Ir lr and home-made butter will be kept general call! is made to all interestedin ALL KINDS LATHE and SHAPER WORK Oed

Ib cold storage. This new arrangement the National Memorial services, May GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR lI
tL will prove a great convenience to house 30, to meet in the parlor of the Palms\ I

r keepers.: Hotel, Thursday evening, tbe iStb, at SALE .. >.4 0
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.f eight o'clock, sharp. By order of the i Near ferry Landing, Lake Front QIrrA
It is reported that the Florida East :: ni' r..'
committee. 'WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA ,.... CD ...
S t Coast Railway, in conjunction with icy

g eral Western railroads, will run a home- -
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( seekers' excursion from Illinois and .
1 neighboring States to the Hast!; Coast of 't ;::. -; ;'
Florida about tbe middle next month. : .

1 Several hundred persons will be in the 100 I- e-.n... J

i party. Inducements will be offered them :; .r""H : .
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to become settlers, and it is said that r : C) Z m '

many ot them have folly decided upon \ .

the recommendation of others who bare. Il ,
1 been here, to become residents of this' r } .... ....;
;: ... ,....;
ai section and are now disposing\of their .

J to .Metropolis.property there for this purpose.-Miami This space is reserved j E! 1 111 I

"' It may be all well enough to TALK t 311 ,
IS about cut prices. It i> equally well not :
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to believe everything that yon hear. et

C ,, Facts are the BEST things to go by. a .1 ..a J' (t;, ,
ti Call at Faber Brother' market and grocery : 1J Iii '>

y and get them. 17 tfIIh. .i.. b0114NOa ,"I,

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