The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1906
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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,, i1 : __ of Man Organizes F. M. Spencer. Enthusiastic Over '\ i J' I ,
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Strong Lodge at, Fort Culture of Paw-Paws in ". I .

Finance J Committee Met Candidates For Representative and County ,.Commls..
Pierce. South' Dade. .
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Finances and Impsmendations.' '''' stoner Address Citizens. A Misrepresentation '
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>Mr. W. J. Green, general organizer Mr. as to. .
the Brotherhood of Man 'the new: zen and .propertyowner: ; : ,of, the East 1 ',. ;':" 1 '
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Insurance society recently Side, is in receipt of a letter from 'j'.. ... ."

I in West Palm beach, has his brother !iMi*,' ;F. M. Spencer, who
''At the last regular meeting( 'of the public speaking by Mr. Qeo. He said that'-in' making hls plea
from a trip to Fort pierce, uabjle propertYrAnd a fruit '
oily council' It .was'l .ordered, that the ; he was successful In organ- wnHU, -Homestead) A. Worley .and other candidates! drew for the suffrage of the people of Dada l
finance committee hold a meeting for : a local,'lodge with a good, strong farm near "I 'the present a fairly large crowd\r In 'the city park county 'In his' candidacy' for'' member
terminus got the "Florida': East Coast 1
the purpose ''of considering the financial ,., Wednesday night and the speakerswere of the' legislature 'he'had' no stones

condition of the city and making Green says that he finds, the' Railway;' whichitetis .of the* prosperity listened to with a great deal of to 'throw''at his opponent, the l#on.
organization id meeting with of the fruit business in that section -
recommendations!! as to. the? extensionof + ; "-"-- .- .., .-... -.- .- ,. interest: < J. W. Watson. ,He referred' to his
favor everywhere 'goes, : .
the sewer system (and the ,further! ; Is ,encouraging Mayor W. I. Metcalf acted as chair- atU(Hide to the railroadsand said
.J news -The
fMr ,,Sp ncer., especially of /
paving and, improving of certain\ ) of 'Man has some feat- > speaks ? man of the meeting, and, first. Introduced that he was not antagonistic to corporations i '
5ne ,tree ,which .la -
paw-paw now seven
that embodied other Mr. T."A. Winfield chairman but If he should be '
streets I are In no elected ;
feet high with'.spread of''I leaves
appointment' committee '' organization, and especial- of the Board of County Commission} to the people of Dade
According! to I the serve countyIn
? ?. extending' 'eight' feet!, The tree is
met yesterdays morning, with p i) popular 14 the loan feature. bearing fruit 'which Is 23 Inches incircumference4 ers, who Is a candidate for reelection the legislature, and while he was JIJ
,: I The organization Is destined to
Chairman', :'Anthonyjj and;made 'up>.tho i te : ;; \\ a Insurance so- { and' ten \',Inches In : in Tallahassee there should be a clash
power among
report and recommendations." given I' :< > and West Palm Beach should lengthwith, no signs yet of ripening.Mr. Mr. Winfleld prefaced his remarks between the railroads and the people,

below. The report Is published today ; 't"proud of being Its home office. Spencer says that there are forty- with the statement that the acts of he would give the people the"' benefit -
five paw-paws on. the tree.
the- present county board had been of the doubt every'' time. He said'that t
for the ''reason.that.1U Is,doubtfulIf : This,. is but another Instance of

there will be ,a quorum at the what hs.r binfe -dona'In Dade,,:county; attacked by at least two newspapers he had great hopes' for the ''fu

regular meeting of the council next ,,,, In. t.4e way' pf fruit growing, and Intitle, county and that for. this rea- ture.,oL Dade. county, ,and the speaker 1 we Ill r 1

a Tuesday evening, and it was deemed : : For Olusfee shows that this section of Florida is son he desired to explain the posi- then unfolded his stupendous\plan to a""' Ill y

advisable $fo lay the propositions set I ( (' destined not many years hence to tion of the board and what it had make Turtle Harbor a port !and' a
take the lead in citrus fruits.
forth by the 'committee before the Times-Union of yesterday accomplished. He said that when the government coaling station. Judge

public.! Attention Is called to the figures d a likeness of the handsome present\ board took hold of the county Worley favored memorializing Con-
Furnished house for rent cheap for
shown,, In,, Ehlblt ,.. ,of the ,report thousand dollar shaft to be erect- affairs a year ago last January It gress to this end, and said that with,
four months. Two squares from
which show the .assessed valuations : on the Confederate battlefield of Inherited from its predecessors a debt the accomplishment of his plan Dade
postoffice. Good location. Address P.
othe city to be 432371.00, about thirty miles northwest of about fifty thousand dollars. War- county woul.d become a county of
O. Box 105, City
and In this It Is'expla'ined that the Jacksonville, ana therewith pre rants were then being discounted at railroads; through Florida's gateways ', i '

property of the Florida East Coast the following story of the ac- ten"per cent and some of the banks and over the Carrlbean seas would u y
Railway Is not included; When this i by the commission of the had refused them even at this discount be hauled the thousands and millIons f .
property is added 'the total assessed : ( ) ) as pictured: very best American Portland According to statute, the board of tons of food, clothing and ;p {

valuation of the city wyi-\ reach $"60- commission consists of Gen could only issue warrants to the extent commodities that this great country t
Cements. Sold by the East Coast
000.00: ; Law of Bartow chairman, Gen- of the assessment of the current furnished the crowded countries of ::1h
Lumber and Supply Company.
The report ,of the committee is as Reese, of Pensacola, Mrs. H. H. year, and to remove the burdensome the East. I

follows: I Miami.'A' of Gainesville, Mrs. R. C. discount from county warrants and Judge Worley advocated the amendment F '

RECOMMENDATIONS OF FINANCE of Jacksonville, and Hon. D. For Justices ofSupreme at the same time come within the of the State's educational laws, ?'

COMMITTEE, CITY 'OP WEST Fletcher, of Jacksonville, treas- bounds of the law, the board had decided believing that the taxes paid by white ,

PALM BEACH FL 'RIDA. ( ) '. CourtFriends to raise the mlllage eight mills. people should go to educate white a 1

The comlttee, in making these recommendations plan and design of the monu- Then there was the building of the I children, while the negro should be, h)
has duly consideredthe accepted by the commission was report that from all por- main county road, or the completionof taxed to educate his own youth.He .

data subjoined hereto; taken by 'Mr. Reed LaMance, of tions of the State comes the an- the road connecting West Palm touched lightly on the everglades ty

from the city's records; Southern Stone and Marble Com- nouncement that Whitfield and Park- Beach) and Miami, which was con- and said that this vast area b

(a) The assessed value of property of Jacksonville. It is what Is'' illl ia the winning ticket for justicesof sidered not only very Important, but of land had been made by the handof g''

in the city amounts to $432,371.00' ( ) as casteletlo with battlements I' the supreme court. 'James B. actually necessary to the commercial the living God, a work; which man 1

with the assessment' made on a one- and bears the flags and Whitfield and Charles B. Parkhlll are Interests of the county. This tremen- should not and could not destroy; ; .

third basis. The real value of said I of arms of the Confederacy as both worthy young Floridians. They dous undertaking was accomplished, the everglades would never be laid "I, re

property is not less than $1,000,000 ona I as of the State of Florida. have done their duty well on the supreme and at a saving of several thousand I high and dry; but the speaker- did )

conservative valuation.. I commission is satisfied that a court bench and the thinking dollars. The Florida East Coast Hallway favor the lowering of the water to

(b) The city's; Indebtedness is as creditable monument can be voters of Florida do not see why had made a proposition to the a reasonable extent. In this connection -

follows: on the battlefield for about there' should be a change, therefore board that, if accepted, meant the how'vfy he' did not favor the (-

For bonds outstanding .. $14,000.00 I $ ; and the commission; hopes It is the honest conviction of the equivalent of a gift of twenty thousand taxing of thC I M( to benefit the many,

For hose, (due Oct 1.) i I. ... 450.00 ( ) I believes that through the Daugh- friends of these young men that they dollars to the county In the con- and thought that the State shouldbe 4'
of the Confederacy and the Vet- will be nominated by a flattering struction of the road. The offer was assessed to carry on the work Instead -

Total .,. ... ... .. 14,450.00 and the public at least $2,500 majority in the primary election May accepted and the people of the county' of a few counties. ,,

Or about 1 1-2 per cent of the act- be/ raised. 15. However, they are not permitting were gratified at the result. He favored the reconstruction of
overconfidence Mr. Wlnfleld said that he would the laws that the I
ual value of the property. ( Florida Legislature, by spe- to make them care- general lahpr so 3

(c) The, mlllage Is now 20 mills enactment appropriated $2,500 less, and they urge all their friendsat like to have an expreslon from the workingman would be granted further .

on the dollar. >, authorized the commission to every voting precinct in the Stateto voters as to how much read Improve- : protection.

(d) The' city has on hand..,and In ( additional funds, by public sub- work In their behalf until the polls ment they desired, during the next During his speech Judge Worley

Bight sufficient funds to pay It's ex- and the opportunity is giv- close on the evening of May 15. year, and said that; n ne ana his referred his opponent a number of

the public to contribute to this associates were re-elected they would times, and toward the close of his
penses to
October 1st, If no Improve- ''
ments are made. worthy cause. SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE carry on the work of road building; : remarks drew attention to his claim
On the same basis of > taxation as "Unless the full amount can be Mrs. L. Constantine has this week if they were defeated they would that 'Mr. Watson, as representativefrom ,

1905, and no new improvements, the very shortly, the commission Inaugurated a special bargain sale of carry it on any way until the first of I \Oaceola county, had left the

city should have a cash surplus of be compelled to have the shaft pattern hats, read-to-wear-hats, untrimmed next January, when their term of county and come to Dade county to 3

about the monument sh rtened. The de- I shapes, shirtwaists, skirts, office expired. make his home, leaving the people ,
$3,500 on May( 1st, 1907.e t
( ) Under our present system, the submitted by (Mr. LaMancee, and ,underskirts and all underwear collars A BASHFUL' CANDIDATE who had honored him with the,, ex't

fixed charges are' about as follows: by\ the commission, Is a etc. ''Many of the articles will ''Mayor Metcalt then introduced Mr. alted position without a representative ,'

handsome one and Is also most go below cost, and everything is reduced E. O. Tweedell of Cutler, another ; in this manner be had failedto
Salaries .. ... .
..... ....... 2150.00
Interest The monument Is to be from 20 to 80 per cent. Now member of.the. county board and discharge his duty, and If he had
on bonds, *.",. :. .. 840.00
of granite. The base will Is the time to buy, and ladles should said In his remarks that the gentle- not been faithful to his people of }
Sinking fund ... ...... .. ... 700.00
about 25x25 feet and It will be not fall to see the bargains! that are man was quite' bashful and would Osceola county he might some time
Scavenger, .i.* ... ...... 780.00Street '
fet to the top of the shaft. This being offered. tf only say, "Howdydo." The gentleman "throw down" the good people of
man. ..........<..... 720.00LJgtits ,
be the' largest monument In the fully sustained the reputation Dade
.........,t% >>. .. .., 1,500.00 '
Water and will be a very creditable HEADQUARTERSFor given him by the chairman for he Judge Worley's speech was well received -
rent ....... .., 250.00 '
.r. ,, tv.
Fire to the State. all kinds of building material. walked to the front, and with a bow with the exception of his un- ,
Department ..:... .. ... 260.00Total
.r- I "The entire work will be done In Best material and prompt service, Is as cute and graceful as could be, kind allusion to his opponent, whose

/ by Jacksonville labor, our motto. East Coast Lumber and turned around and resumed his seat removal from one county to another
'.... .. ....... 7190.00
Fixed this of itself should be appre- Supply Company. 2w But he made a hit, and he will haveto was and could In no sense be con-
income aside from taxes ;
about aa follows: The.Southern Stone .and 'Mar- fulfill no rash' promises. strued as a betrayal of trust Fre-

Licenses Company has its yard on South \As will be seen elsewhere, the city JUDGE WORLEY'S SPEECH. quently during the speech the Judge
......,..,.1........ $2,000.00
Court street directly opposite the delinquent tax Hat appears In this Judge Oeo. A. Worley, who is was loudly applauded and he kept
costs! and fines ... 1.000.00Total
I. l-Unlon office, and the monu- Issue of The Tropical Sun. The property known as one of the' most fluent his audience In good humor from

will be constructed of blocks .'on which all taxes have not been speakers in Dade county, was then start to finish.
..,, ....,. .. $3,000.000 I
From t. granite cut Into shape In the yard. paid will be sold at public auction at I brought out, and for about forty min- This concluded the speaking for the,
the foregoing It will be seen /
that will take about four months to the door of the city council chamberon utes he kept the audience thoroughly
the.city la .In good shape financially I amused. Co."ou.d o. .... ale
the contract. Monday, .June 4th. interested and at times
and has to show for its Indebt-


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THE TROPICAL SUN. three who infest this community ing of Dade county shall receive my r ----I _

THE earnest conslderatl.u.Respectfully:: .
for all them
Plonxr Paper of Dad you
County:! Florida. ,

Published Erery Wednesday Saturday A YEAR OF BLOOD. SIRKINCOMPA.NY per

{ l V W.ST ALM \AOH.DADA COUNTY.FLORIDA' The year 1903 will long be remem- FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT

:- bered In the home of F. N. Tacket,
COURT.To Annual Stock-taking Sale
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 2.00 PER YEAR of Alliance, Ky., as a year of blood; the Democratic voters of Dade'
which flowed so copiously from \Mr.
Tropical Sun Tacket's lungs that death seemed I hereby present my name to the
Comp'yCHAS. very near. He writes: "Severe bleed- voters ,la the coming Democratic! For the next 30 days we will give 20
B. KENDALL, Manager.Rnt.red ing from the lungs and a frightful SHOEShave
Primary as candidate for Clerk of the per Cent Off on our entire stock of Hard
at death'sdoor
cough had brought me

.t the PoMuffiee' of Wtit ratal B .ch when I began taking Dr. King's advanced from Court Having for Dade resided County.here for twenty-five ware,Stoves, Sash and Doors, Paints Har-

t, ..econd-clam matter. New Discovery for Consumption, SO TO 60 PER CENT
t ;years I Invite Inquiry and Investigation ness, Agricultural Implements, Crockery,

i with the astonishing result that after Still we are ready to show you the of those who do not knowme Kitchen Furniture, etc. The chance of
taking four bottles I was completely
I very newest! styles of Spring personally' as to my reputation asa
At least County Commissioner restored and as time has proven per- and Hummer citizen, my record as an official in your life---don't miss it.

a... Tweedell didn't tie himself up by manently cured." Guaranteed for years past, and my fitness and competency .

making rash promises Wednesday Sore Lungs, Coughs and Colds at all SHOES and OXFORDSat for the office to which I aspire. 20 per Cent Off on All Cash PurchasesRailroad
drug stores. Price BOc and 100.
t If elected, I promise 'fair and court-
night Trial bottle free. the name old prices. eous treatment to every citizen at the tare refunded to out-of-town customers buying; goods

hands of every person connected with to amount of 20.00 or upwards.HatchettDaCamara.
1 When a candidate tells you that

he is not going,to throw any mud, District No. 3 W. L. Douglas Soliciting the support of every voter

E it is time to look out, for there ia To the Democratic Voters of!, Dade who considers me competent and capable Hardware Co.I I

County: Monarch Pats I am, respectfully
sure to be mud in the air.
I take this method of announcingmy EUGENE H. DIMICK
Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
candidacy for the office of county Queen Quality West Palm Beach Fla.
"? At the conclusion of the speaking commissioner from District No.3, West; Palm Beach, Florida

_______ Wednesday night, it was the subject to the action of the Demo- at Just what they lire marked. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.To .

cratic primary. On account of being the Democratic Voters' of Dade
concensus of opinion that Commissioner -
engaged in vegetable growing It will Prices $2.50 to $5.00Clothing County:

? Tweedell made .the hit of be impossible for me to make a per- I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
the evening. sonal canvass of the county my crop for the office of County Commissioner -

I demanding my attention Just at this from the second district JlURKUARDT'S west ,palm Beiicb.. May, 1008

Yes, order carloads of "muck I time. This being the case I earnestlyurge subject to the action of the Democratic

all my friends to do what they primary, and promise, It elected per- A PR'EAOHMENTAE30UT
; rakes" Floridians and rake this
can in my behalf. R. L. Wall. form the duties of the office to the TEA."Do .
j at closing out prices.
kit old State all over until clean best of ability
pure my; GEO. B. BAKER.
we, for Instance, know as we ought to know, what we're about I
'' men are raked into every public West Palm Beach. Fla. when we're choosing: a tea? Do we know what tea quality really Is? Do |
1 ''I within the of the District we know what Intrinsic goodness in a tea leaf really means? Do we
position gift
I peo- Friends of William Helm, announce Top Shirts FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, know just how to go about looking for the actual quality iu a tea leaf?

< ple. Abuses of public trust and his cadidacy for county commissionerfrom ..FIFTH DISTRICT. Do we, in a word know just how to go about choosing between a good '

y plundering public funds should the Second district subject to 2 for $1.25 Mr. Kirk !Munroe. of Cocoanut Grove, drinking tea and a poor drlnfcinr tea?

$ forever be sent to the rear.-Tallahassee maries.the action of the Democratic pri- having been unanimously nominated! NO: WE DO NOT!

for County Commissioner by a mass Neither do we know law or medicine, bat we can employ a lawyer or a '
True Democrat. Mr. Helm Is a successful businessman meeting of citizens we hereby an- doctor and have at our aeivtce all their skill and knowledge. (

w enthusiastic for good roads; a The Sirkin Comp'yJefferson nounce his candidacy subject to the We Have a Tea Expert, who selects oar tea. All hts knowledge and ,

Woiley's pipe-dream sounded equipped to fill the office action of the Democratic primary. Mr. 'years of experience exerted for us, and that Is the reason we sell better '
tea than others for less money. I
pretty good Wednesday night, and FOR MEMBER COUNTY Block Munroe hal' been a resident of Dade Just kindly try ns for tea and note the difference. As to prices, we ,

if he can persuade Uncle Sam .to West Palm Beach. Florida county for more than twenty years, have a crackerjack: for 50 cents a pound.L. .
BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo during which time he has shown "an

make Turtle Harbor a port of en- the People of Dade County: unflagging zeal in the cause of Good W. BURKHARDT. FINEST' GROCERIESN.

try that we may feed and clothe Urgent request for use of my name Roads, and'baa steadfastly promoted
every worthy Interest of our great B. Oct our new prices on Hay Drain and Peed.
those eight hundred millions of at the coming Democratic Primaryas tH..NN NN eN.N..N2POLITICAL
county. Therefore we ask for him the grit will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.
candidate for membership in the
Chinese, we'll send the Honorable hearty support of all good citizens at
county board of public Instruction, -o-o1
George further away from home finds me not well equipped either as |L ANNOUNCEMENTS J:: the coming primary.
(Signed) W. J. SHONE
than Tallahassee. i partisan or as office-seeker. But it Is
true; that I have had some experience GEO. RICHARDSON Broad we 3 1 Jk MOQ'reRegistered
as an educator; and If. as such, the
West Palm Beach, among the With full appreciation of I the Committee Pharmacists
people want my service In the modest

many influences making for its but Important office indicated, .I knowof high honors asked for and promising
{, I faithful performance of duties if FOR TREASURER.To Agents Biltmore Cream and Oliver's Candies
sufficient for
no reason refusingthis
prosperity, is not disposed to over
service. I do not feel the lure elected, I have the honor tb announce the voters of Dade County: Out-of-town orders are given; prompt attention.
look the claims of education. The I hereby announce myself; as a can-
myself a candidate for the office of
of office, and I can not contend for
vote, last Monday, on the proposition office; but I stand ready to respondto Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade didate for renomination to the office :

County, and ask for your vote In the of County Treasurer subject to the RSrEofLtREs &DY
to bond the special school dis- any request to serve action H I
of the
Democratic Primary election
The rest Is to primary of May 15th. J. F. JAUDON.
up you.
trlct there for $20,000 for the purpose Miami, Fla. W. W Faris. to be held May 15, 1906. on the market SPECIAL PRICE PER GALLON

of erecting a school house FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I C. H. RAULERSON.
Miami Fla. Jefferson Block) WEST PALM ItKACll
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.The hereby announce myself as a can-
p 4. was adopted by a vote of 76 to 18.
friends of J, R. Sr. didate for re-nomination to the office
of Tax Collector of Dade County sub
hereby his candid-
name as a the Democratic voters of Dade
ate for Member of'the County Hoard ject to the action of the Democratic
-1 Be sure the candidates. vote County:
you primaries. TN.. GAUTIER. D. A.
of Public Instruction from the second I hereby announce myself as a can- ALLEN
for at the for the District of Miami, Fla.
coming primary Dade County, subject to didate for the office of County Com-

Legislature: are against the gigantic the action of the Democratic primary. missioner from the second district of REAL ESTATE AGENCY

Dade County subject to the will of
and outrageous drainage LOW ROUND TRIP RATES. the Democratic Voters of Dade the
Democratic voters as expressed at Suburban and
scheme, or are of the sort that VIA L.&N.R11.The County: the coming primaries. City, Country

might be influenced to go into any Louisville & Nashville Railroad I hereby announce my candidacy for PAUL C. JONES. $ Property for Sale and Rent
the position of tax collector of Dade
r scheme against the interests of the will sell round trip tickets from Jack West Palm Beach Fla.
County, subject to the action of the
sonville to points shown on dates In-
West Palm Beach Florida
people as a whole. There are a Democratic primaries to be held May ,
dicated; proportionately low rates FOR COUNTY CLERK.To .
15th. My past official record is well
;S number of reasons. why friends of from other points: the Democrats of Dade County:
S known to the voters and I believe
.' Florida's worst schemers wish to $77.50 to Los Angeles and San Fran- I take, this method of announcingmy
should I be elected they will not be
cisco and return account Convention candidacy for the office 'of County SsoMOStolsotso7so7aoisoiao.o7so7sotlo7so7soisotsoisoitoit oisoleoso'atotsossostoRostoKostosSOatokoltoRokostok
control the next Legislature.-Tallahassee disappointed in the quality of the service ostoROKoa National Educational Association. Clerk subject to the action of the 0
performed by me. T. J. HARDEE. a* ..
True Democrat. Tickets sold June 24th to July Gth, incluslv Democratic primary, and will appreciate VO 00

t I I with final return limit Sept any support that my friends can fc"0So 0" nit 00

The question that now puzzlesthe I ember 15th. Tickets good going one FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. give me. Respectfully *00,' .

route; returning another. Liberal To the Democratic voters of Dade Z. T. MERRITT.
voters of West Palm Beach is, County SJss
stop-overs alowed.

? jvhat on earth will Mr. Watson be For rates from other points, maps, I take this method of announcing FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT FURNITURE ::

myself as a candidate for the office of COURT. S3SS
schedules and full Information call
:it able to promise then(; .noulcl be be ilI
or write, County Clerk of Dade County subjectto Believing that my service for the

yw elected to the legislature? Mr[ GEO. E. HERRING, the action of the, ]democratic prim past five years as Chief Deputy in the S3s STORED I

t Worley is going to see to it that :Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. R., ary. F. W. HAHN. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ;

118 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. qualifies me for the position I here 10" 11'lfo
Turtle Harbor is made a port and : 00
with respectfully announce my candidacy .
government coaling station which To for Clerk of the Circuit Court, If;; 0
NOTICE.In voters of Dade County
will that the Eastern been subject to the approval of the Demo- o? We store Furniture article 8?
mean coun- County Judge's Court Probate Jurla- Having Identified with Dado. or any
cratic Primary. 3?
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tries will get their supplies through dlcton, Dade County. State of Florida.In County since 1895; having done tna ro i of Merchandise, for any length of time, S3S3
the Matter of the Estate of PatienceP. very best I knew how. as an individual
' out" southern gateway, and this Ward Deceased. citizen, to make it a prosperous FOR ASSESSOR.To Wo* by the month or year. '

'5, E SE gigantic undertaking can hardly Notice la hereby given that on the county; having lived at/ both ends of the Democratic Voters of Dade 0!%o 0,1Ko
County o
be equalled by Mr.. Watson. It second day of July A. D. 1908, I shall the county and having filled a publlo I will be: a candidate for Hoon 01Yo
present my accounts for final settle- office (so that the people may know renomina
does look aa if Mr. Worley has the ment and apply for my discharge as whether I do so conscientiously) II the tlon for the office of Tax Assessor at a Minimum charge for anyone article 01ro
I coming Democratic .
key to the situation. executrix of the Estate and of the Last now offer myself as a candidate for primary election Soft
; Will and Testament of Patience Po' the office of County Treasurer subjectto and respectfully solicit your sup twenty. cents per month.

1 t G We still have one or two men in Ward, deceased, to the County Judge, the Democratic primary. I need I, port. GEO.Respectfully, 00 0" Ito 011I

at Miami, Dade County, Florda. every vote that I can get and trust 0 BUTLER. Ito S3Of
this who stand around 4
community VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT,. that my friends, whether in the cityor FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. We also pack goods for shipment to ISO

t on, the street'cornen from morning Executrix of the Last Will and Testa country, will not forget me on the I hereby o S3S3
,announce myself as a can-
4 until night, complaining about the ment of Patience P. Ward, deceased. day of the primary in return for didate for the office of County Com- any part of the country. Ito
promise. elected to per- o.
missioner from the
District of 0"
/ town, their neighbors, their taxes Attorney for Executrix. form the duties of the office, with as Ito Ita
Dade County, Florida, subject to the ..*
and the weather says the Ocala much courtesy, accuracy and promptness decision of the coming Democratic o
STOP GRUMBLINGIf ,as I give to my private business. ob Experienced China Packer. S3Of
primaries "
Such .
Banner men are mighty:
'' you suffer from Rheumatism or GEO. O. CURRIE. ?*
t1 n,+S, common clay and it is fortunate pains, for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill West Palm Beach Fla. Stuart, Florida II oo ItoII 01

bring quick relief. It Is a sure' of
few of them. Such
'y4, we have so HoOf
men are of no use to the town, II McGINLE BROS. CO. HOof
,p tracted muscles and all painandwltliin
the Citizens of Dade County: A. Lee Allen, candidate for County

their families or their God. They the reach of all. Price 25c, I hereby announce my candidacyfor Commissioner for the Fourth District, HOOf

f>L, seem to live but no one can tell SOc, $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, Tex., the position of Representative ,subject! to the action of the Democratic ao Opposite School'House' Hoof ;

<> writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow from Dade County To you I submit primaries. I stand for: HOOf

w fhi how. Like mosquitoes and Mies, Liniment in my family for years and the question of my qualifications to Good roads. "oi 0 2

they are not fatal but disagreeable have found it a fine remedy for all represent you in that capacity. If Strict following of the law. ,. Ito ofgm

pains and aches. I recommend it for nominated at the ensuing' primary Equal rights to all and special priv- oi 0.'
about. It is not
k to
; necessary '
pains In the chest. Sold by A. O. shall devote my best efforts to ;your ileges to none. A.. LEE ALLEN. .0 O.O1 ;.

c;! to publish the names of the two or RIegel. service and the welfare and up-build 'Miami, Florida. ilollolsotloteokloilottotsotseteoleotso oRORcKostvetoatoKoKuRostoKokostwvworv.vequwolsots-ysossaso' aslostostoROROStostokoRoRoitoKOK. I"

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i5/e Blue Spectacles A-WORD ,, f Colored Lawn 41 I p

CIas&I6e l advertisements In this col $ :
I- k -w umn at one cent per word for each! inElection. .
Count the words and send the
cash along with the order.

NCD there was a boy who was here we are In the and: Organdies
dung room.
O not BO very little nor so very do you think of ? -
big. I think that he was soon It was a wonderful place. Andy said IF YOU IIAVE: PROPERTY Tw HAT
going to be thirteen year old. so. Wonderful things were hung on ;you want to improve and need money ,
Uls name was Andy-Andy Price the walls-,spears, guns, bows and arrows to cjo it with apply to Geo G, Cmnej: % %
I'he other boys called him "Booty" heads of wild animals, great West Palm Beach. \
price, becnuse be was always reading. Chunks of gold and silver and stones As the
Generally he was rending about fairies that shone like diamonds. '. warm weather approaches you begin !n't t
and things of that kind, lie believed "Ice cream! roared the giant and 'For -' I to feel the '
In them, though I thInk ha had never in a few moments a queer little man necessity of something cooler; some '

seen any One daY Andy was off near brought !In a small ana a large dish Railroad Commissioner cool material: to make
tbo woods with a book. Ho found a of real Ice cream. I up into kimonas, house
comfortable place to sit and, soon forgot "I dldu't know I '
that dresses
giants had I '
Ice and dresses
except tl e book. for street If tr t''
everything cream, remarked Andy, struggling II wear. you are 'r
title of tbe'book was "The Ad- r +a I ,
Tile wIth'a i
spoon that was much too large in need of
ventures of a Giant Hunter." It was avery "Why not?" nuked the giant. "You're any summer wash goods, we would

Interesting book and Andy read thinking about old fashioned giants. be plea Jed to show
for several hours. Yon read about them In books. Nowadays m I you our full stock' of these 1 }

Suddenly, a groat shadow came over the trees, there was a crashing among folks."

the branches and Andy found himself "And they are kind to boys," added We have the assortment to
suit all
a prisoner. Andy, for the Ice cream was fine occas-
At first ha thought he was In the "Of 'course," returned the giant. I ions all tastes and
arms of a bear or some other wild ani "Don't you see that giants are Just T.J. every purse.
mal.! Tben he saw that he was held boys grown very big?" APPLEYARD tl
by an Immense hand, a hand bigger "I I didn't think of that," said Andy -
than himself. He had hardly noticed with a glance at the giant's plate. Mr. See that you mark 7OIU'Gket' I Large Flowered Effects for Kimonas
tills much, when up he went through Giant was putting away the I Ice creama like this t I
the trees and out Into the sunlight, anda ,quart at a time (
deep,roaring voice said, "Well, well!I" "I have lots of things( t could show For Railroad Commissioner: Small Figures{ and Dots for Street and House Wear k'
It was a giant. There could be no you," the giant said after they were Vote for two.

doubt about It He stood up to his through with the Ice cream, "but I'm"NONSBNSBI" X T J. APPLEVARD. ,

A Complete Range ot Prices In All Designs from Five Cents Up 1

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," your baby? You wonder why he Is '
,...." !"' cries, Buy a bottle of White's Cream

: .. Vermifuge and he will never,pry, : : \\EST PALM BEACH:

i\ .' 1 Most babies have worms, and the MEKCHANTH'::; ASSOCIATION LADIES' OUCFICCERS l''
) mothers don't know It. White'sCream

...) Vermifuge rids the child of WEST PALM/ BEACH FUL vtywwwv '
worms and cleans out its system ,Jn a r' '

pleasant way Every mother should t.We're t.
keep a bottle of,this medicine In i the v
1 house With It, fear need never enter ,
her mind. Price 25c. Sold byA. 4
1I Q, Rlegel. west 1911.( % 13eo'Jr"( Winter .JlotsZs + p x

DUpelllnir a Hallucination. The Holland Pleasantly. located on the l lake' front
The Widow-Now, gettln' right down commanding n fine view of Lake
teh cold, Ifnbd facts, Mose, what am yo' Worth and the Itoyal Poinciana '
..,. prospec's The Suitor-Mah dear, I's West Palm Beach l;l ''
got a good job as managed ob a laundry ti k
in sight. The Wldow-rWell. yo1 Every convenience and comfort at
() b : t want tab gut dat out ob sight" au' fo'slt L.D. Lockwood,Proprietor moderate prices.

Itl! Hah last husband had dat same Inil- .

teh Iuclua lub hun, bonch, but an'de obey lady him who pos'tlvely promised fI\\\ I a n a'r' tot r t ra 0 A Select High Boarding-House' Order of Jidi t

4 refused tell be de laundry t I-Puck. \ 'Jf) '\ Located the on Lake Olive Front St., near .; +' s

'YF KJeotrloZ.lfflil*,hat and odd bat....,and other modern convenience. Table .ervlce
YOU DON'Tsucceed the belt. liaise 9a to .lOa,week. CorreitpuiHleuae allotted. ..,,?
the first time use Horblua MRS, JVKANK DARLING, ProprletreM I 1 t 1 -
and you will get Instant relief, The Waiting tor Youto

; ? I greatest liver regulator. A positivecure come in and have a tulle with us about Sea I House NOW Jefferson OPEN i
I i I I n for Constipation, Dyspepsia' banking/ Not that we want you to glI e Block ifI fI
Malaria I learn the business, hut
Chills and all liver coinplaints. because we wantto I Mo. i ,;
:Mr. Cot Emory Texas do busliif/ with you. We're prospering "A HOME! AWAY FROM HOME! }

writes: "iMy: wife has been using ,for and business with iucrenaed wart facilities to fornrlng Centrally. located v md near Luke. Worth ''Cool,airy rooms bent table nervlte ;''+ ..: ?
lerblne for herself and children for you Rates $'a.oo Per Day ,Special Rates'by the Week or Month i F
GROWLED THE GIANT five It Is I Prosper Us. F. V. SEAQLE, Proprietor m
years. a sure cure for con-
stlatlon and malaria fever which Banking with us doesn't mean "Ket' t, 1
knees like in the the trees. lie looked something expecting my wife home any moment, substantiated by what [It has done .growth Ich-qulck of wealth.," but a steady healthful Bttiggs Cottage: ti ''t; hrrl
blacksmith, only ever so Select
and she doesn't like little
boys an
much bigger. : for my family. Sold by'A.. O, ,His-
Anything in the Home '
much as I do. You must come again." get. banking line can be : } r
breath.Andy screamed as soon, as be got his Andy said be would. lIe never had I rarely see you done through us. Will be pleasedto Hot and Cold'Baths. Wholosoinj Home Cooking. No consumptives Taken t

Ice cream at home. And the giant had I Evernla Street Near Lake Worth, West Palm
"Dou't I"G Beach Florida '
"Wlio's hurting be afraid," said the giant said that there were many other things. en t." DADE COUNTY STATE BANKWest MRS. H. E. BR1QQ3, Proprietress
you? "Well, let us go." And the giant: An early use of this slung: expression --- --
"But you're a giant! cried Andy. lifted Andy In his hand and started Is to bo found In some verses-probaj.'y Palm Beach, Florida. NOW OPEN ''
"Suppose I am?" answered the giant upstairs. When they reached the open by Elkanah Settle-quoted by Walter '
"Giants. eat boys' poor Andy' wenton. air the giant listened. ; TUornbury In his "Old and New KeystoneAn Datura Street, nearCenter t ;j
'"I believe my wife Is coming h a London,," from a poem on the "Lord of TownThe :
"Nonsense! growled the giant "I said. "We'll have to hurry." And Mayor's Banquet of Sir Samuel,,Flud- J. B. McGINLEV Ideal Family Hotel. Oood home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping '
taste never ate a boy. I don't believe they'd tucking Andy in his pocket he gave a :yer," 1701 and apparently, published at Hot and Cold Baths and modren improvements. Rates $a.oo per day special rooms.rates .
good, anyway. 1 believe you read mighty jump. the time: by the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK, Prop., West Palm Beach Florida '
that In a book. There! You've got a "There! You're Jumping again!' Where'are your eye and ears' Funeral Director
In your hand! Give It to mel I gasped Andy. See there what honorable cent appearil' NOW_ OPEN
far knew It!" and the giant threw the book "Oh, I forgot" said the giant "but I -London Notes and Queries. r" ZS1nctt1-S rr'OttCZ' Clematis Ave
out Into the woods. Then he stuck had to hurry." and -' S Twblocks tt

Andy into the outside pocket of biseoat After that he pranced along ln a lively THE LIFE INSURANCE west of R. R. '! ;' ;

"Now watch," said the giant way untU he reached the place muddle has started the public 'to Embalxner3otb Large airy cooms.; Bath and other convenience. Table aa,, good as thq best.
giving a tremendous Jump that seemed where Andy had been reading the Rates $5 a week to home people;: transient rate $1 per day.
,to carry them nearly a mile. book. I I thinking. The wonderful success West Palm Beach, Fla. MRS. C. P. CROSBY 'r ,I
Andy that bas mat .T)til lamt'a rTnwahnnndSyrup licensed the State to embalm hr
screamed again, and the giant "Goodby said the giant In a kindly by
toughed. voice. "Don't forget that there are In Its crusade on Coughs, and
giant"I"How did you like that?" asked the good giants, and be sure you come Influenza, Bronchitis and alt) 'Pulmonary prepare bodies for shipment. CITY: MEAT MARKET

here again some time." troubles has started. the public Lady assistant.CUPID .
"and didn't like it," answered ,Andy, "I will" said Andy.all the giant lift to thinking ''of this wonderful prepa- T. A. PEASTER Proprietor. {
I wish you would let me go." ed him down through the trees. '
ration. They are I all using it. 'Join Florida. trail Western Meats "
'Nonsensel" Poultry Game and
laughed the giant again. Andy.could hear the giant's footsteps :
"Don't you know that I'm a Jumping in the woods for some minutes; then the procession and ,down with sick ''Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.
giant? And how could I be a jumpIng be looked about blm and saw that his ness. Price 25c,' BOc" .and $1.00. ,Sold Jefferson
giant If I didn't jump book was lying on the ground near to by A. 0. Rlegel. : Block WEST PALM BEACH '

...n."You..,.. .._aren't__ going_ .to hurt me, are where he sat-New York World. I __ .
"y ueutauuea Andy. k X'1 j n.
"Hurt :yon? Certainly nott! Why lome, ........t Home." Disorder In a drawing room la vulgar .-------.......-
Mould ; !In an antiquary's study, not The
I? I only: want to show:you my "IIome, Sweet Home," Payne's song,
new black battle stain on a soldIer' face SUMMER HOTEL.
Nobody has seen It and was originally a number In the opera
"hat's the not vulgar' but the dirty: face .of :'a
good of a new house U nobOdy "Clarl the Maid of Milan a production housemaid is-'Rakln. ': ; ;
f i i
sees It
brought out In 1823. The opera .
a The bill.giant knelt down t>j the side of was a failure and nothing Is now DEll> P AbO:
A number of big stones were known of It save the one song, which .
"is trouped about "This. Mid the giant became Instantly popular. Over 100,- GEO. HASLEHURST & SON "Ao' A Hlgh-CIa Family and Transient Hotel.
000 copies of It were sold In the
'' "J118 eollart"( stammered Andy, year of Its publication, and the sale Contractors and BuildersP. Located oI"n, WaHhlnKton and Mndtwin AVOIIUUN, fronting on tho Mldwny
Jot"inen you haven't finished the house In one form or another has been constant O. BOX 304 IS ft 1 1bI1 Boulevard, adJoining the Clilango Unlvomlly.

ever since the first appearanceof Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People e
want"Ob. yes I have. You lee, I don't this beautiful theme. The melody From $30 to $.0 per Week. air
people to see my house se I have Is a Sicilian folk song and waa adaptedto ?ER DRIVER
built It upside down., The cellar to on the words by Payne himself L. A. WILSON Twelve inlnntBt from, Down Town via Illinois Control Railway.
"PLet us go-
dart.And they dwAt Lint 'It wa very I I The Ad'Yat1l.._. Or on, elt's his Jcllffht to board onr B ADI.oBVI'IU.II\' V., P.op..J.1Io. h q qe
but when they had down Ralph and Harry and Dick these tbrw, deity
two! gone Boots and Shoes ry wagon along New Yeor'time --- -. '
1I1gbts land end ao
ot Resolved to travel by
steps It grew light again. to distribute
:Store And Indians flcht and tigers ly our
light! : ,
/grew shouted the'alant, and It And come back home for Christmas day. Repairing in Alt Kinds of Lea' '
atilt l lighter, t.et'l Choicest on Earth Groceries H. N. Burhans, Pre s. E. A. Tldd'Vice Pre W. W. Tldd. Sec. and Treat.
JlnAfe. those electric lights V asked Ralph made ready his Jaokknlfe brfsht// Goode Neally fdne.iudiaa ,
Andy, looking Harry his bow and Chine. kite, to those who Florida
"No, at the big globes. Dick bad only. sword ot wood. 1 buy them. ,Orange Realty Co.
of course not" snapped the But b. sharpened It up a* best be eould.' Leave'an order' and we will have
want "Those, are my own bugs." I, \ TaJUled Buckskm'ad him rein up at your door In an hon If you have an Orange Grove, Grape FrultJGrove1: '; Pineapple! Grove or Lemon d1.r
"Bugs,*. : They said their pocket they drat wouldWltn'brSad to deliver yoor purchase. Grove that yon want to sell, write ns and we will,, chow you how' WE SELL t
"Giant lightning: of 'P. U.-Prices are a shade lower GROVES." No. 17 Hogan Street. 1 ,
aONen't bugs My: light and butter and tote jam Horsehide Shoes oaferonoeZAnantldN'tionatBaukofJnckainvllla.
cost mo a cent"aid And meet in m. barn at two, about Jacksonville, F'prlda:( r'e
1 Wlilb "* "bd some In our house", But how do Tall think It aU.turned !putt FABER,' BROS. '

,toy Andy, Ralph was caught at the peach jtun )ar| FOR 1 ENpER.,J.:' nr Market and Groc8rVman'WFST '
011 couldn't" declared ttw'gUnti: Harry wa sent on an errand tar Subscribe for the Sun
'fiei I Olive St. North ol Jefferson Bio
warlike chap PALM
only.work, for giant, ,Well. And Dlok. the _BEACH. a .1 1'rIlE
nett foal a U.jo In !WI motner' lap.
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OFFICIAL CALL William; rt.Anderson Al'rQCtor., -J..., clerk Castello.; polling Inspectors I Wit end Humor PROFESSIONAL CARDS.------_..- Florida] East Coast Railway

For Democratic Primaries In place school house ifTHOMAS LAW. ,

"Precinct No. 14.-Inspectors: W. A.

1 DadeCounty. Scott, R. Blackwelder and J. F. Saxon ; B. REEDOT C\. O. CHILLINGWOHTH Local Time Card No. 66 w, In Effect April 16, 1906.

Clerk: J. R. Horn Polling place, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
A meeting qr the Dade CouuQ'Democratlo Saxon's store. long before

u :Executive: Committee WM tl his death Thorn West Palm BeachFla: .4.4
Precinct No. 15.-M. A. Marshall Ne. 99 No. 29 STATIONS. No. 78 110.98-
4 held at Miami ffla., on the 14Ui day S. M. Alaabrook A. C. Frost, Inspec- ai B. Reed visit n.EO. O. CUKU1K Daily Dally Dally Dlllr I
1 : 4Id friend
1 of March, 1900 pursuant to adjournment tors; R. C. Stanley, clerk; polling ; some and 00pm 920.m ..v.Jacksonville,..,................Ar 726pm 88Snm;;;;;-
near Westerly Attorney Counaettor-&t-Law .
? II 0 pm Warn! .r..r..r..Southisekaonvnle.-... ...Lv 7 17pm 8 47mIeupm
place, school house. R. t, and miss 10 4Uam ........ AimuHlue..___......._. 0 IDpmo 7 4Miin
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. 7 94p II IHam ...._._..........UeaUu. _....,._.._ H pin 0 4IIRIn
The following call for a primary The voting shall be by ballot on ed the last train OHprn 11 8!>uru ............. .......... neatPelatka........................ 5 :fOitmTiXipm! 0 80"111
tickets furnished by the State and for Boston. Abe II P. UliANNINO, 8 8:11'111n: li ii- Ar........................... a ntIiIh..... ? ._....... Li Otani;
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election was adopted to-wlt: had an 1m I 411 pm 11 luam !+v.................. l''ll\tk.' Ar d ''fipm 0bum
bounty Executive Committees and at Attorney and CounsfJl/o&o-Law. II Spin ... Ar.r.-..:lr.i. nthiteo .?...."?....-.....n ->; :;;i::::........... 'TlDu5
Notice la hereby given that there the close of such election the Inspectors \ portant engagement ............. ." 6'16n'in .Lv.__...,.,,..?_....................Hun Mixmii. ................,....,.,...ArL II :JBpm ........ ........r
In Boston (Office over Bank II Oaptn 13 82pm ..............+.........:Uimi>alL ...,........,.........,'..., -TIOJ.m1IIn1.: "
t will be a Democratic :primary; :Election: and Clerk: shall proceed to canvass the WEST PALM BEACH PLA 9 14pmB4Kpm 12 4upm Lv. .............M. ....... Lnipmit......_............,14*.... 4 UHpm! 0 "URhI
early next IHpra u ........................ Ormond._...."..,.................. '* 8 /Mlpm 6 (Man'"!
held In the several election districts the vote in accordance with the t morning he 10 02pm 1 :21 pm .. ...._.......?... .. ... >> .. ............ ".. 8 JUipmB i '"
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL 1 .......... ...... par'Oranae..w...._........ 86pm 4 87mp
of Dade County Fla.. on May 15th State law and shall at once forwardthe teemed worried .----...- 10 10 IHpra BApra Sapinsoopm!!! Ar..,......................New 8m:;rll"...................... .. 8 !16pm! 4 them

and If June 12th returns to the Chairman of the until he learned Tr O.. HOOD, M. DPHYSIOI4N II"m .44pm- 1r ................r...... LalieIIo en.r. ... ......... .. :-rQOpm rrjii"
1908 on
necessary, that there was U. 11 2IIam 40n.m, .. ....'.._.... O""I ClI'......... .... ...... I I'! ftOpm a Mlpait
1906 for tha nomination of all Democratic County Executive Committee.The AND .. Item. II (lapin .. ......... .....OnulgP! Clty .''lIcllon .............;.1 ._1i 4tpmroSpm B .//(11"-;(
assessment to be paid by the a Boston ex SURGEON 10 46pm 2 10pID v........................ Nra fmyIna: ..'..."y.......,.per, : -.0 ni
: candidates State and County to Office over. Potter'. bicycle store, WEST It lupin \40pm .. .............rr.........Oak 1111I ....................... \40pm 5 "Mara\
various candidates shall be as follows: which PALM BEACH. Itealdence near Royal 11 61pm_, 8 l6pm ...................... ... 'rl'navllle........................,.. a OAjnii!!!.... ._ Ouam t1am
be voted for by the Democratic electors Representative..... ..........$ 25.0( Polnclaoa Hotel, PALM BKACH. 13-: 0 WP I rAr.' ::::.......................Biiintknl r.........................ilJ.V 1I6f.i\m logos i .&
at the general election to be held 0 80pm 11 46a!" Lvj.......................... Sanford...........................}Ar B 30pmToSpnr'! Jl_Ittara
Clerk: of Circuit Court ......,. 150.00 i out stopping at T? B. oTxmt. M. 11 Mpm ""810J.1I1 Lv.r.rr.r.'.............1'ltniivTUa .................. .......Ar 11"'m5T
November 6th 1906, and to be appoints o.y .. ...._ ............... ............ '
p Tax Assessor .. ... ... ........ 75.01 / 9 o'clock. Then 12 8Um 801pm .......r,.. ... ... C'ooon . Lv" Ihpm 2'ratn
by the Democratic Governor of the Tax Collector ...... .. .... .... 75.CK / he smiled and 8iiB8: WENT PALM BEACH. KI.A. 12 1 04am 84am 422pm BMpm: : .?..:.:::::.".,.:::::::::::-Kmi Rookloilso tiallle.:::.::::::.:::::.:::::= 13 20pm 17pmU ::: 1'i :mam I7nmfl : 'I
State between the date of holding 1 18am 4 BOI.m .. ..............n ...IHMulbnnrne .......................... J7j.ni' I :I.RmI
County Treasurer .... ........ 75.0C telegraphed t o DRNTALDltH.H.MACY Mam 10pm _.........?._".... ..."...U"I1. .._.. .". 11 SL'nmId !.'i'..m
such primary election, and the hold. the superintendent 3 4Hamor 8 wpm. .._........ ..... Rtr o......... .Warn 12 onirt
County Commissioner ........ 10.00 _ _ a >am 8 lapin .._M-."....."....Vort i'lproo................,;...r..... 10 Slim II !a." 'm r M'
Ing of the primary election A. D. 1908. of the, road I>R.J.N. NEWMAN! 8 edam 8871"0 'w_.. .. .......rrrr..i'Ihballa..r..r.r.........._ ". 10 17am. It I-IQ|! I
The officers to be Member .Board Public Instruc. 10.00( In Boston as follows: ""Will, you stop 8 SSara 8 Upm "':..._.r.. ...?................,Kilen ......... .. M 10 (Sam' 11 I 'I'mU
following are Justice of the Peace .......... 11.00< the Drs.MACY & NEWMAN 8 4Mra( 8 411pm ....".._.................Jenartr..r................. 10 tlxatn. 'OIMIII. i
nominated at said primary election 9 o'clock express at Westerly tonight B Blam4itOam. 8 071"11 ..._.....__.. ....i tuart..r_........,....._?. "* 10 00amI 10 ". 'lira'
Constable .. ..... ... ......... 1.00 for a large party for Boston .,*' ,DENTISTS ...... : 7 IIIIpm to ....._....,........ Itolid Bound ........................ II I 84am" 10 :Ml.m' a

to-wit: County; (Fish and Game Warden 6.00 The answer came: "Yes. Will atop Office In Jefferson' Block 44tnm 6 19amB 8 74Opm 10pm :: ::::::::::::::::::::.,\VeNt...Wo4JupIWr..r..r..n Palm: JleticU: :...:.:.::. 7.:: :: IHiun 8 (tutu: 10tay.m 0 e0pm I:: 1

One Representative In Congress 6.00 train." WB9T PALM BEACH FLORIDA 48am 8 411'10 .......?.................. Boynton ......_......... ....... M IKlani" 0 I'lpiuropm' "
Second District Supervisor of Registration ... B BSamt 8 1IO.m, .... ............_...... .. ............ ..?. II 8 I'Jam: II
Congressional When the train pulled into Westerlythe 4Ham II 40pm to ......, ......"..j.ur' Lauderdale................., II 7 ahem. 7 Mipu k
Two Justices of the Supreme Court. All candidates are required to file a conductor said "Where is that TT\U. J. E. .LIDDY 6 OTara 9 47pm .. _....._..............Unnle., .................." 7 IVnm 7 r'III") ,1
written application to have his name 7 O am OIIpm .. __...................IloltauAale..r.: ... ......?.....".. 7 OOumfl 7 """I'm
Two Railroad Commissioners. large party we were telegraphed to 7 8Ham 10'pm:/ .. ....?..... .Lel !'J.t elt)'. .....''.............. II hmm. 7I 1 '].in,
appear upon the official ballot on the here for?" Dentist 60am 10opm Ar......_........i".7..Mluml.. .. ._"t 85am 7 u"pm' 2
One Member of the House of Representatives. stop One First door went of Dude County; State 8 OOain1080am .. _......... ............................. Mluml....a..r... .'' M ..........?..rr II opm i' .1
blanks furnished by the committee "I am the large party" replied Reed / Bank .._........ Lvl.........._.._..Uuw..w"c1...r...........,......./'Lv."................. 13 :.Vn
with"the and he boarded the train. I\
R' accompanied fees above set
One Clerk: of Circuit Court for un- WEST l'Abr.DEACII., FLORDA trh'tla
: Iln '
( t)
( Buffet Parlor Corn on tralna 20 and 78. llvilTot Blooplnff on
expired term. forth with Qeo. P. Bull of Ojus, Florida I Dally except Bundajr, '
((1 Secretary and Treasurer of the During Sampson-Schley dispute -. -
One County Assessor of Taxes.
Reed thus delivered himself "It I l o.t3 IIeOsat. .
I One Tax Collector. County Democratic Committee on or : seems The moat famous strike breakers InI N..lt No.I9 No.17No.iB. Di110'a.1r: No.20NO22 :81d
to me this Bamp n-Schley; controversy Dolly M.\YPOOIT BRANCH.
One County Treasurer. before the 26th day of April, A. D. 1906. is a very pretty scrap between a man the land are Dr. King's New Life : lua. Oalll nun. Daily Dally Epo !belly Daily Daily 5r C."I'"a. ':,

Five County Commissioners. The Democratic County Executive who wasn't there and one that would Pills. When liver and bowels go on -Onlv-=-- -- .-- _'.. 1

Board of Committee shall meet May not have been there If he could have strike, they quickly settle the trouble lllIop 114ap IItllp 1001' 1000ltL..IM.. Three Members of County on Monday gasp 802p IIIKp 90Np 10 0Ha ......s..utl1 Jnckao"vllio.Lv 0Sin I 8an 12621. '. ", t ii! l:1.! .
at the Court House helped 1t"While and the purifying work: goes 10801' 721" 01101' 1140pl08P" ...?..., Bablolfeach......M.... 8On. !8Wra12Nq, rSp i, H ,.''i> .
Public Instruction.One 21st 1906 County
I to Bhp 12111' Safp 24hp 1041. ............Annntlo >>.."" 11........... 91an 7S',a 12 1,1 ". H".O"
Supervisor of Registration.One In Miami Florida, and publicly; canvass Reed right on. Best cure for constipation 10llOp 7460 Slop_ B Wp1100.Ar..r... Ma. >ort.r.........Lv 000" 74Q'I' OOnl_ Lth ,r, 0' tp .r

Member Member of the Dade the returns and declare what was speaker be telegraphed headache and dizziness. 25o at all
one of his political henchmen, AND OCCIDENTAl STEAMSHIP CONNECT IONS AT r.uA. iI.
a County Democratic Executive Com- candidates are nominated by a majority "Come at once to Washington.", druggists.

mittee for Precincts Nos. 14 and 7. vote for each county office and In There had been a severe storm In'' Clot Connection Mad at Miami with Steamship of the P. & 0. S. S. Comp,uy for J
Remy Magnetos $15.00, Best made
respectively.One what cases a second primary will Maine which had Impeded traffic considerably .
:.. atFowler Bros. & King's.FERKYS. and West t
Justice of the Peace and One have to beheld. so Reed received the following Havana, Key :

Constable In such districts as have Attest: W. A. FILER: on .the reply line.: "Can't" come; big washout Two Sailings Each Wetk.:;

vacancies.' GEO. P. BULJU Chairman. To which Reed replied "Never mind; Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's. Side. No Transfers. I
.1 One Fish and Game Warden. Secretary:
buy a clean shirt and come along any. ,

The rules governing said primary war; .. Tb_Time Tablet nhowthe time* atwtdahtrain.marMetnrtt"a'1'.rrlvoetI! i ;. rt'/ .. ir
I : ( from the' aeveral lUvtloiu. but their airlvnlor dupariiuu' u.L 'iHimsH",- ''I I innni r i S'I'"' r'.' '.gj
election shall be the same aa those aoslethiaCumpanytobeheldrwponalbleturettydulayauruaycuuaeq. :l ;i; iuni :lurlNliiii'j t'"I I':;.u. ,
adopted by the Democratic :Executive: Wlien Lowell WM a.......... Congressman Cousins of Iowa has a II --
A biography of James Russell J j well nervous habit of scratching the back of For Copy of the LOCAL.., TIME CARD or Other ,1.U";
Committee 'at their meeting held In
says of a famous incident of the poet's his left hand with' the fingers of his "
enrrlTal of the We "SEE THE TICKET AG 3NT.
Jacksonville on February 24th, 1906 Kepi 'college life: "Throughout his senior right One day when Speaker Reed have I>ooo..b. ....... MM!boiu*In tbe
for governing State Primaries so far year his unexcused absences from recitations was a candidate for the presidency be world otbara bec lo u.yon. our vrtzS.Mla, to are Slow batter ttae mad than. J. D. RAHNER> Asst. Qen'l.) Pass. Ajt., sT. AtoJt'! '3T1NE.. FL,\.

as the same shall be applicable to the and chapel exercises Increased noticed Cousins' peculiarity and called .VD.t: : tba one vwtoUMf ,
a atta-Femu
County Primary. Those and only Iin number until reached total out to him: _
they a J" ..... A..a. IrM to MIapplla.a
those persons shall be permitted to that even now is startling to an academically "Did you ever have the itch ;young ...

become candidates before or vote at, trained reader. Finally; so man r'Inaplred Ih 11II. IaatY k 00..
by desperation the embarrassed 4seroly Mloh.
or participate In the management of: the story runs there came a character
Cousins shot this the
one'of reply at
istic ebullition during his infrequent
said who declare
primary election imperious Reed: "I've never had the
their adherence to the principle and appearances at evening prayers presidential Itchi"Reed's !
that brought matters to a head. Having -
organization of the Democratic Party full moon face turned crimson CAlW.
been elected in the morning poet
National State and County who are.. but from that time on the two "A dangerous: surgical operation, % I
of his class Lowell had spent the day;
I were the closest friends. Involving the removal, of a mallg'naululcer
by the laws of the State lawful In ambrosial Jubilation. At prayers

electors of the election districts In that evening, being still jubilant, he J. as large aa my band, from my
When another
which they offer to vote, who have arose In his seat and bowed low to the that he believed congressman the people, would told Reed elect daughter's hip was prevented by the

right and to the left. Coming the application of Bucklen's Arnica
paid their poll taxes legally due not him president the Blanker remarked, ,
less than ten days before said primary end of a long career of consistent negligence 'Well' they coultl do worse, and I have Salve," says A. C. Stlckel of Miletus.

election and who shall, when chal this breach of decorum was not no doubt they will." W. Va. "Perels'"'nt use of the Salve
to be passed in silence Lowell was "
completely cured It.
Cures Cuts
lenged by an elector pledge In writing ,
upon oath before any Inspector to as a consequence suspended.Fat'and To a talkative barber with a hair Burns and Injuries. 25o at all drug t ''r 7 n.yre{ t rl bq o
tonic to sell Reed said "Yes I I Iw
: was
abide by and support the result of ..... Man, I gists.
born quite bald. Afterward I enjoyed
such primary and support the nomi- Modern scientific investigation in a a brief period of hirsute efflorescence I

nees thereof. medical way declares that the plump but it did not endure." I '

The polls shall be opened and doe man Is not necessarily the "healthiest"or The barber gasped and said no more Geo. S. Hacker & Son I Y ,

ed at the several election district, the best able to resist disease. The Later some one told him he had shaved ;
lean non not only enjoys greater resistance
at the hours fixed by the general elect the speaker. "Speakahl"' he exclaimed
1 to weakness and debility but "Don' I know datT I should say he
tion law. The named
following le is stronger in t'-.e performance of a was a speakoh sure 'nuf"
persona are hereby appointed Inspectors given task. In other words a.. large

and Clerks for the several election fat deposit In the general tlssne)4s! no In the days when his brain and body

districts: evidence of good general nutrition. were bigger than his reputation Reed

"Precinct No. Inspectors: N. H. The rich and girlish beauty of the was taken In band by a friend who Four Sailings Each Week Between

Parks H. B. Stypmann and B. G. Ball. plump man, sometimes called "Fatty" sought to make him acquainted 'with a

Clerk: Carl Schroeder. Polling place.Ball's may delight the eye, but when it comes somewhat noted Maine judge whose JACKSONVILLE0 NEW YOKKCalling

l store.Precinct to walking downtown in the morning influence, it was hoped, might prove W
or running four blocks to a fire "Fat valuable., at Charleston, 8.C..both ware.

No. Inspectors: Frank ty" blows out a fuse and is sent to the As a precautionary measure the THE PRIEST: STEAMSHIPS HI THri COASTWISE ,SERVICE

I: Bowers, P Kitchen and E. C. Miller. repair shop while his lean brother Is struggling ;young lawyer was warned

Clerk:: James Hepburn. Polling. place merely put In condition for the day not to offend the eminent jurist, MANUFACTURERS OF TUB, CLYDE ,NEW ENGLAND AND SOLTIIEltN UNE$

school house by this little burst of exercise.-Minneapolis who was extremely; sensitive with regard Direct Sendee Between

"Precinct No .-Inspectors: Frank JournaL to his diminutive size Doors Sash JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
The Introduction took at AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
,. Joel A, Dean and Dan Cos- an .
... ..
at both
Calling Charleston
Flute Cteat. auspicious moment The Judge condescendingly ,
Clerk: T. :J. Campbell. Polling Blinds MouldingsBuilding 8KMI-WKKKLY SAILINGS.
offered his
Those whcJ'have plaster casts that l band when
southbound Boston
From Lewis' Wharf
old engine house they wish to preserve may protect them from his superior height Reed looked -AND55 ,
i No. Inspectors: :Jesse from dust by; brushing them with a straight over the head of the little great Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville

:J. L. Qarnett and F. W. preparation of white wax and white man and with a comical side glance Material JOH1'4'

Clerk:: Cullen Pence. Polling soap half a teaspoonful of each boil' at his friend asked blandly; : CHARLESTON S. C. CLYDE ST. RIVER LINE

Porter's Packing House. ed with. a quart of rain or other soft "Where U herA :Between Jacksonville and 3anford.

No. "6.-Inspectors: T. M. water. Use when cold and when they Largest Factory South. Stopping at Pslatks Later, St. Francis BereeiordDeLand( ) and ,
is told of need
story by neighbors
dried the casts be witha .
are may wiped Send for Price. Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River
T. J.
Haygood and L B. Tay
knew him in his childhood to the
damp cloth without injury. To harden -
? Clerk: H. B. Hodges. Polling effect that when sent the Steamer
:' casts brush with a strong solution once to grocery City of Jacksonville

school house. of alum water and brush with white store with a jug for vinegar he I. appointedi.Mil aa follow*! Leave J.ckaonv111.,8nndoyrTueedayasodThursdayeBS9S:

w I No. 6-r-I. I. Hardee D. wax dissolved in turpentine. Put the forgot what he was told to get and AUGUST STOCKER RoturnlnK, luave 5aaford HODda,., TVednealajr* and Frida,., 9:110: a,ni. _

:J. W. Pierce Inspectors; J. cast in a warm place to dry after using I when asked by the grocer what hawanted Southbound Sob.du ,. Northbound' : .
replied "Smell of the jug and Flrtt-Cfass Experienced Read down. Hod np..Arrive
i. clerk; polling place. the latter and it will have a look not ,
i give me a quart": r.u.e ... .. .... loot"
unlike that of old Ivory. j 30 pm .r. .JACKBONVILI.K.. .. ..... ..... .
store. ; ," C4Spm .. .. .. .. .PAlATIt6..t.... ...... .. .. ... I.ea. le'P''

No. 7.-Inspectors: W. WT T. Reed who was very fat often declared Custom Shoemaker 8 ooam .-:... .... ... Aaron ........?.,..,.... _... .r. t 30P: I

T Ed. T. King and Henry_ Forfeit lIIs.rdae. that no gentleman weighed over Mr 430........ .r .....rr.. r. ft. FRANCIS........,.. ...".,.. .... tare.
IfSheen Tie game of. golf fulfills the.axioms .. .. .. .. | ..pOtOOO
: BPJI'.IC8FORDD.LAND: ( )..... ....
Clerk R. Al'J'an.: Polling pounds. One of the biggest ..
: laId down for a perfect exercise things) Arrive 30."' .. ..1. ... ........?........ ._...SANFORB .rr......".i..r:. ,, ..*.. p :
t place, Stranahan'a store. walk with an object. When it Is considered about him was 'his neck. While la FimBootniltaffiaiitoOider I '*10 00 am......?...?................*......ENTERPRISE....,..............J......" ...-III
"Precinct No. Inspectors.: :J. B. that the limbs and the trunk Portsmouth N. H., be visited a tabor-

I Wofford J. W. Ives and :J. A. Harp. are exercised golf may be classified as dasher and asked for a collar. Wear Rubber Soles) and, Rubber General Passenger and Ticket/ Office. 122 .W. Bay St., JacksonvilleA.

f 1: Clerk: :J. IL Qlesson. Polling place) one of the few' games if not the only "What No.slier'20,"piped answered the cleriu"Size Reed Heels for Comfort W. IIt"N: MO. !>l'CJ'I't!: "... A., .', Uell.II.... a.Jt 112 We.. nay'St... YLOVkLLBuPIv-;; [fen '
game which affords a complete exercise pr.\b..t. : c.
I'r' school house.
4 "We don't keep collars BO large; butI Hogan Street, daeaaenvtile' Florldrn f
j ?, "Precinct No. 9.-Inspectors: Paul in :lt: elf. Professor" Canute's think you may be accommodated at Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish and ShoeLace A. c. HAUKRTY Gel Bast's Vs..' Art.. N. e Yak. CLYIE MILNg.Oea'1: ft'l Alto

"Physical Efficiency. for Gentlemen's.. 1Ies' and '''EO. O KOEK: Tine President and Oeuoral Manager
i Matthews L. Fornel land :J. L Peters. the store Just around the corner.1 a<

Clerk: J. A. Danghtry. Polling place No Worryf Reed found the store around the corner Children's Shoes always on bacd. General OflJceb, Pier l 90. North Rlvery Now Talk.,: : Branch,!500 Bmadwar _

)I school house."Precinct Young Wife-I want you to" promise to be a harness shop* Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach -

No. 10.-Inspectors-. I* me one thing.. If we would avoid trouble ,
"What I admire most about
must live within Roose
we our
i ri! Townley, IL Dale Miller and 8. 'I*. and to help me In doing this I means want ..elt," the speaker said one day "Is his GRAFTED, Mulgoba Mangoes,

Patterson. Clerk:: R. B. McLendon. your promise that ;you will never run enthusiasm over. his discovery o;'the Try

:J Polling place Fair building. In debt Young Husband-I will prom- Ten Commandments." '. .argest Colleetion of Crotona to the United State alms, 1'hyllae)

., e "Precinct No. 11.-Inspectors: B. S. lee, my love. If I ever get in debt I'll r thus.eto. Allpotgrown. StOCK r
I Full Line Of Citrus
Potter, Andrew Hardee and 'Jackson let the other fellows do the running. "Horliontal: SW" Morrison. of IDII The Tropical Sunif
grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address
r Peacock. Clerk: J. W. Oallaway. Doll In a house,, debate yon day, repeated !
: ThieTommy Supply. H.Id 0.5. In a rather' lofty manner Henry JOHN B BEACH. West Palm Beach Florida III
Polling place Shone' old store.
4 (at the supper table- 1 Precinct No. 13.-I. T. Stephens, W. ma, may I have a. piece of chocolate rather! be right than president" you want -_" --.- '(

tI II, :J. Daugherty: A. T. Duval Inspectors; cake You said I might after the minster Whereupon Reed coarulMd the house

".r Tho :Mitchell, clerk; polling place had taken: three pieces, 'cos that : by drawling labia Inimitable way,*Th.

1r, Tweedell's Precinct hall.No., '13.-Henry Cowman, was ner. enough for any man, saint or lu- either.gentleman" ,from Illinois will never be Best of ,Printing_ TROPICAL..SUN, Finest Line Job Prinhiflg'r Ii g w


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.nd Humor OFFICIAL. CALL Tax Sale Notice.

ttfJOHN VEGETABLES For Democratic Primaries In You Notice Is hereby given that that the following d Mrlbu
HAY j>'"M"'ii'"i""H""U"Mir"mi Dade County, Ion oa Momlnv, the 4th day of June IIKW at 10 o'olook a. m.. ,at the ouncll, Chamber, In tile, ;
of West Palm Ilrauh', In the County of Dade,State of Floildmoroo much thnniot u /
[Original.] naooiwary to pay tlie amount due for taxes to the Mid city, fur the year 1UU5 heroin. tot"

HOUGH as secretary "Johnny, what's that you're putting A meeting ot the Dade County Look totliu same together with coats. of uoh sale and sdverllslsg j t :
of state !a?" I F

,;w John Hay gain "Radl he ." Democratlo Executive Committee was I ."" ,
ed the held at Miami Flo. the 14th LOTS Dloek NAMIII '1
"And what's In the bed on day '
'b over there I ;i'
of bang rather of March .., +
1906 YellowThe
"Pens. pursuant to adjournment I 1
cold, precise and 1
"Peas, you gander! Don't you know I Gee Znpf '1 ;
formal, those h" I : :::
enough not to put In Mrs Eh,smith s
wbo understood peas so early The following call for a primary 6 Mrs Olive' C Maltby '
They'll be frozen." trouble is liver's : : :
him well knew your 7 Wm F ArmsuungJr
that under this A pert young girl was standing on election waa adopted, to-wlt: sick. One of its products :4ViO4ftofe86ft I0 s&I ft It H Cnknowa A Curhle T 1 ::g

seemingly; frosty the lower rail of a fence hanging by Notice la hereby given mat there "bile," is overflowing: into li-w" 1118 It W I MuIe..It
ber hands to the top one John Talk 11w"18 II Mrs Lucy I'LRmplnrr
exterior lurkeda will be a Democratic Primary; Election your blood. "l4-.u,14 11 If L 1I.1"e'" '
sparkling wit who raised vegetables for the market, You can't digest food tV IJ1 Trn.C911IfrearaUllllaloburcb +
paused In his work and, raising himself held In the several election districtsof your ,
and a heart your appetite is poor, you e11 9 10 IIrahan Br08
with from his bent position, stood lookIng Dade County Fla. on May 16th,
warm sen suffer
dreadfully from head-
at the saucy face before him. U 11 M.1 Edllh A Motcalt. I Ie
timent. lIe was "My busy season Is commencing be 1906, and, It necessary, on June 12th ache stomach ache, dizziness j I II I H 1'1"lIe1:

a n exceedinglyclever said. "I 'wish you would come'end 1906 for the nomination of all Democratic malaria, constipation, ei-'I : : Ii N Neal. : :::: ,
conversationalist ele L A Wliuon '
and he belp me." candidates, State and County, to etc. What you need is not A w34 II ,' IV Mr IAMuGlnloy ," 17
"Uow could I do that?" dose of salts cathartic water ejj 8 I, 18 R J Oliver )
be '
voted for by the Democratic electors
carried to his e} 1 '' ; JIll JFCeFlIIs ,
the same "You know very; well how" at the general election to be held ot pills! -but a liTer tonic JI ,', 94 Mrs Mary Marvin ,,,
grave lIe had left his sowing and was e," 8 ., :h, 94 J K Marvin it I ,
qualities that en- November 6th, 1906, and to be appohi't.by a"II ," JI'.JlManln + 1
standing by her. tier saucy manner '9,10 M KY.teoasaElectLtP'raIceCo;
tered into the
had left her and she looked a trifle the Democratic Governor of the 6 ii) JIll Aifoneo Hocks / '
"Pike County 25 e J T WIIU"mIMn, 1
tl '11 ;
sorrowful. State, between the date of holding I, I
0.e1(7 16 1' J a"'I'boll; +
Ballad The
,4. statement that "Ifs too soon, Johnny. You're not such primary election, and the hold- w { til:I : Molhellolt It B' e0ran : l l"s

Mr. Hay In his making enough) for two. Walt another ing. of the primary; election, A. D. 1908 s .r :: L H::::11d.on '
wM use
Meanwhile I'll be U i iwii
1 Ufo was ashamed of these early year. doing something The following officers are to be 'j' III Karl 7 7el4
later too. I'm going Into the city Intoa t .8 J JJ Grdliene
refuted. He nominated at said
often was primary election
lI'orl' has millinery shop. You know how a }" nub dIT.W"; lot '.for IINJI, sea Ica '
ft retiring and modest man about all to-wit: '1'p'0.11. 411-'" acres oJ R Anthony,.JI' t L,
handy I've always been at"Sbe wu 6 JIll Carrie; II Urior '
he'was not ashamed of
I hit work, but paused. John was looking at One Representative in Congress, This great medicine acts gently en wy5I, 211 1"LVulgley d ,

I little; Breeches," "BantTim" and her as If she had killed his last hope. Second Congressional District. the sick liver. It purifies the blood, eI,4 0'10'S 8t 81 T J' oJ A"alllpbol 8trllna.! \i +

I tie rent, and was always"; just" a littleproud "You'll not come back' to me," be Two Justices of the Supreme Court. renews tlit appetlts,feeds the nerves, >I 11II W 11 Janes "
I said. Two Railroad Commissioners e" 4 II Gee II WIII/.ml/
Ila latter, "Is a friend of mine. Then patten.It .
I j lie*added: "Not come back And why not..Johnn.r One Member of the House of Representatives Is a true medicine for sick liver a w g S r, 61 J U Laylor i '

i and hide In the cellar only and kUneys, and regulates all the 0" 8 B' 41 Kohl tlu..aod
shedder f: lot A UI' 11:C 110..1 Oo ,
"I know you well Betty You have d'gsaws unctions. Try It. ea
:the boy with the small knickerbockers One Clerk ey4 tl um
iwbon Circuit Court for un- : :::
a fancy for fine things. Some oae'll At all dealers III medicines In ny t Unknown:
| Is mentioned. come along and shake Cowers In your expired term. tic: packages. e1 4I N Lou..a. Webber Ie
fi 48 lr II:C Hotel Co;
face, and then wbere'll be the radishes, One County Assessor of Taxes. I 69. M 611'\ao y
Quite a while before his death there the pena the beans end the fine waving One Tax Collector. w". 4 N Jea KUIIlsan ,11 )

{were frequent stories of Mr. Hay' corn? You cnn't eat towers butthey're One County Treasurer w 8 49 Lau..a l'uwen ) S

{falling health, though he seemed Ia,,. prettier I'll admit and Hint's e U Goo ZRpr
William Anderson J. Caatello Inspectors -
Five County Commissioners BIIx200f. oe cor.ot loo N ic c; II: r.P 011 Ice Co ; f
l i' bmrt'condition. the reason you'll like >m better" H. A. Proctor clerk 7 L lieu O'N..al Clow'Add 3'I
Three Members of County Board of ; ; polling .. 6Is
To a friend who once congratulated "Johnny, ;you're acting downright a n.olel Walton '
place school house. U W A Jaok..n "
Public Instruction ,
itlm upon; his excellent appearance he mean to talk this way.; making It liard 1 1 10 MoUruy "

iiald, with assumed weariness, *'Ah. for m. when I'm going to try for something One Supervisor of Registration. "Precinct No.1 Inspectors: W. A. a to 16 IIh..lI&: r" '"1 : : '1
1-9 B Rrown
Ijcs, but 1 am suffering from an Incura- to help us." One Member Member of the Dade Scott, R. Blaclcwelder and J. F. Saxon A 110 Ida Mllmfo.d 1'

j Me disease." :I Betty went to the city, and Johnnywatched County Democratic Executive Com- Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place, 10 IS 118"rr. Wiggins t .I

The friend surprised, expressed disbelief his garden One day lie received mittee for Precincts No. 14 and 7, Saxon's store. 11 I, ::: RobtM.r/eppnra : I :::: I ''dera
| but Mr. Hay; Insisted his malady U Katie Mllhon "
through the post a carrot ..
friend said I respectively.One Precinct No. 15.-M. A. Marshall e-9 tt .I.rll....'u 001.1 Fellows Hall .
The .
was hopeless. per- knew that It dime'' from Betty and M Wm Allell >>
hape It t was not really so bad, and what meant that she was proof against the Justice of the Peace and One S. M. Alsabrook. A. C. Frost inspectors 64 :1M: PC Jonas '

wu the disease' seductions of things" merely beautiful Constable in such Ulstrlcta as have ; R. C. Stanley, clerk; polling a-IG IR.14 88 W Llama I' C Joare, Tumors "

"Old age,".replied the secretary. and still loved him and his vegetable vacancies. place, school house. 9 4 Uol"wo-ky way add to W P Beach

garden. Hut It did not give him much One Fish and Game Warden. The voting shall be by ballot on
the subject ofIt be sent her an The rules governing said primary la acoordance b the Map of be
Colonel Hay was once comfort: In August tickets furnished by the State and The lot aDd block Dumberl IIYOa above are

cane presentation and stood whilethe ear of 'corn from which hung a fine election shall be the same as those West Palm Beach now on .record 10 the oIDoe ot the Clerk 01 the Clroult Court, In Rod i b
County Executive Committees and at
spokesman of the donors made a brown tassel He meant It for a sign adopted by the Democratic Executive }
DaWCountyFloridaunlnesotherwise lpoolOed,
Bipeech that ran late aa elaborate ora- the time ripe for a wedding. the close of such election, the Inspector -
that was Committee at their meeting held in Witness baud
I my thlSlb day or May, A. n loud.
Etlon. But. alas Johnny was too late with and Clerk shall proceed to canvass K

A friend afterward.commented to the his token! Betty had fulfilled his pre- I Jacksonville on February 24th, 1906, the vote in accordance with the w. W. HENDRIOKSON, ,il

B diplomatist on the length of the speech. dictions for ber. In an evil hour she 'for governing State Primaries, so far State law, and shall at once forward CII,Tax Colleotor, J

Yes," replied Hay "-"toe didn't want had been tempted to go to a circus, and as the same shall be applicable to the ,the returns to the Chairman of the i

{me to have the cane till I really needed the gaudy; costume ot a bareback rider Cdunty Primary; Those and only County; Executive Committee.

It." had captivated be*. The fellow as he those persons shall be permitted to '

rode around the ring saw two admiring become candidates before or vote at, The assessment to be paid by the SUBSCRIBE FOR THE k

One day at a cabinet meeting someone eyes fixed upon him, and as she left or participate) In the management of various candidates shall be as follows:

made the statement that one of the tent be Joined ber. Their courtship said primary election who declare ,Representative ,........,.....$ 25.00 AND KEEP POSTED 't'r t

Colonel Roosevelt's former rough rld-. was short Betty was taken clean off and Clerk of Circuit Court .... .... 160.00 1
I their adherence to the principles
B m had got Into a shooting scrape and her feet and before tike knew It was Tax Assessor .. .......... .... 75.00 7 ii {

Rhtd been jallet AS a result Turning to married. She sent John a pansy.; lie organization of the Democratic Party: Tax Collector ... ............s 75.00 ,
JIoo evelt. Hay asked softly: paled the moment he saw It, for he I National, State and County, who are, i
County Treasurer .. ....,...., 75.00
"Mr. President, doesn't that create aVlcancl i knew It meant that after all Betty had by the laws of the State, lawful
I County; Commissioner ...... .. 10.00
somewhere In the government( given way to the beautiful. Ignoring electors of the election districts in

tftVIce' the practical. lie knew nothing of which they offer to vote, who have Member Board Public Instruc. 10.00

what became of his sweetheart, but paid their poll taxes legally due not Justice ot the Peace .....,.... 5.00 Abrams &: Miller i

The secretary of state talked freely knew that he had lost her. less than ten days before said primary; Constable .. .,.... ..... ... .. 1.00

ta newspaper men, but did It with the One by one his plantings, rlpeffed; he election and who shall, when challenged County; Fish and Game Warden 6.00

distinct understanding that be was not plucked the fruits of bill labors carted Supervisor of Registration ... 600 '
Bt to be quoted. A correspondent of the them to market, sold them and put the by an elector, pledge in writing Blacksmiths ;
New, York Journal broke the rule and proceeds In bank, but there was no upon oath before any inspector, to All candidates are required to file a 1 Wheelwrights :, ,

quoted what Colonel Hay; had told him.a comfort In It for him. All the while abide by and support the result of written application to have his name d

result the newspaper man was he was thinking of the girl be bad such primary, and support the nomi- appear upon the official ballot on the i

sired to explain.! lIe said It was due I, wished to be bill helpmeet In the nees thereof. blanks furnished by the. committee

to a misapprehension on his part andat possession of another. It robbed the The polls shall be opened and closed accompanied with the fees above set and General Re-

If be had understood be "wouldn't pea vine of Its bright green beauty J at the several election districts, forth with ro done it for the world. the bush bean clambered over Its polewltbout.
at the hours fixed by the general elec- Secretary; and Treasurer of the
In his
"Not emotion Work
for the World but you did It for exciting any pair
the Journal," flashed back the secrey heart; the corn waved sadly In the tion law. The following named County Democratic Committee, on"PI' ij

but with a smile that showed all autumn breeze. persona are hereby appointed Inspectors before the 26th day of ApcM, A. D. 1906. %

ws forgiven. Two years purred, during which and Clerks for the several elec- The Democratic County Executive Manufacture qf Tools a Specialty

John Falk raised crops for the market tion districts: Committee shall meet on Monday, May ft ,,

At the time of bill marriage Colonel without taking any Interest In his "Precinct No. Inspectors: N. IL 21st, 1906, at the County Court House
Paid One All Out-of-town Orders ,
Freight Way on 'y
hay was asked bow long his honeyoon work. With a heavy heart he was getting Parka, II. B. Stypmann and B. G. BalL in Miami Florida, and publicly can-
would lust ready for a third when one morn-
vass the returns and declare what
Clerk: Carl Schroeder. Polling. place,
"Why," he responded, "I expect It to Ing on going to the postofflce be received candidates are nominated by a majority -
Ball's store.
last divined at once
the rest of my life" a parcel. He .
that It was from his lost love and. Precinct No. 2.-Inspectors: Frank vote for each county office, and in
Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach
It Is not hastening home, shut himself In and Bowers, P. Kitchen and E. C. Miller. what cases a second primary will I
generally known that ColoKiel -
Hay was admitted to the bar, but opened It. It was an okra pod partly; Clerk: James Hepburn. Polling place, have to be held. I :

|such Is the case, though he never prac- eaten away by a worm. school house. Attest: W A. FILER, ,

h ced. After be had studied law the John knew at once that Betty was In "Precinct No Inspectors: Frank CEO P. BULL., Chairman. -

|to iiilred be examined two years where he went be appeared to Chicago be- trouble.On the. wrapper was written "B. Sheen, Joel Clerk A.T... Dean J. and Dan Polling Cos- Secretary. "ni" ""r"r"r"r"'r"r"r"r'T'" " ""r"r"r"r"r"r"r""r"r"rE " " !" ?"?
that : Campbell
tore Hospital," and from this he knew grove.
ere.a committee of distinguished/ law- she was sick and where she was sick. place, old engine house. Dr. Armstrong Coming,
They paid no heed < him when
be entered the room, but went o on with He took' the first train for the city; and "Precinct No. Inspectors: Jesse Dr. E. H. Armstrong, of Jacksonville | yie l Fie el pharmacy |

vigorous discussion In which they lost Ino time In reaching he the was hospital.Ushered led Dougherty, J. L. Garnett and F. W. is making his next professionalvisit
>ad Into a
been engage At last one of the Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling t'
wyera', through rows of beds till he came to( down the East Coast and will be
turning to him said: place, Porter's Packing House. Solicits YOUR Trade.
two big eyes
Mr. Hay. what would you do( If a one from which sorrow :"Precinct No. Inspectors: T. M In Fort Pierce on May: llth and 12th; -
looked out at him with mingled -
Client lie M should this?come" to you with such a and pleasure. McRae T. J. Haygood and I. B. Taylor Sebastian, May 10th; Jupiter :May; --

8C,tbe a complicated and legal Proceeded case. to de-' Betty told John the story of her Infatuation Clerk: IL .B. Hodges. Polling 14th; West Palm Beach, May 15th; |s We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate 1

"1 8Qo U ask for a retaining fee of ; bow she had been neglected place, school house. Delray 'May ICth and Fort Lauder-

so'" promPuy replied Mr. Hay, "and having to work for her living while Precinct No. 6-1. I. Hardee, D. dale, :May 17th and 18th. The doctor; |E Prices, put up by a Registered

1 e0 him to call tomorrow." her husband spent all be made on him. Casael J. W. Pierce, inspectors; J. who is well and favorably known
had aspired to do a feat E: Pharmacist.
Mr. he
Hay. you are admitted" said self But broken M. Umsted clerk: polling 'place. laity of all eye troubles, chronic and
"he had cost him his life having -
rom gentleman and with a hearty laugh full while riding at Rouse's store."Precinct nervous disorders, handling same --
all his neck by a
the proceedings closed.At Betty No. 7.-Inspectors: W. W. without drugs. or operations. Writeto
of four men.
the top of a = Try our Candy Soda and Ice Cream
bad beard of his death while she was Marshall, Ed. T. King and Henry home''' office for booklet entitled"A ,
a ==
'ow York meeting of the Ohio society In in the hospital and bad sent the tokento Bryan. Clerk: R. A. Bryan. Polling Stuty, of Nature and :Mankind"A -
given m Ua honor Mr. '
walled the fact that be could Hay not John., dischargedas place, Stranahan's store. post card will bring It. =-= A. 0. RIEGEL,, :
him A month later Betty was J. B.
the "Precinct NOl Inspectors:
honor of beings& native son. Before leaving the == Graduate New York College of Pharmacy
"o laid'"Iam'a; convalescent. Wofford. J. W. Ives and J. A. Harp. MADE! HAPPY FOR LIFE -
wedding In the -
rn In man without a state. I waR hospital reception there room was and a John took her Clerk: J. H. Olesson. Polling place, Great happlnsa came into the home ': f.lJl.Jl.Jl1JllJ. 111J1111111lIUIIJI. Jl1jl1Jl'Jl'Jl1Jl1Jl1Jl1Jl1jl1Jl1GEORGE / '! '

wan Indiana I grew up In Illinois back to his little house and garden. school house. of S. C. Blair, school superintendent, N

II i educated In Rhode Island; and The radishes were well up, and the "Precinct No. Inspectors: Paul al St. Albana, W. Va., \-hen his little

LTL Unity that no blame I know to that scholarly com- peas were Just coming. Betty; who Matthews, L. Fornel land J. I. Peters. daughter ''i'was,\ restored from the BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST
so little learned
/ law In Springfield was not yet strong sat at a 'window Clerk: ;J. A. Daughtry. Polling place, dreadful 'complaint he'' nt\mes. He

Washington and my politics and watched the rows of green as they school house. says: "My little daughter' had St. PALM BEACH 3
my diplomacy In Eu- Before her troubles -
pe Asia and AWc/. I have a farm successively appeared. "Precinct No. 10.-Inspectors: T. I* Vltus' Dance which yleldtd to ;no
II loved flowers bettor; now Bus Trips to
Now' she had
namP hlre and desk' : room In, of the earth were Townley, H. Dale Miller and S. U treatment but grew steadily worse (
15 fruits
i the i Itrlct of Columbia. When I look: the ,coming grateful to her She loved especially Patterson. Clerk: R. B. McLendon. until as alast resort we tried )Electric : and Lantana,

eend Prtngs, the first from which my, blood very; after a shower when the sun Polling place, Fair building. Bitters; and I rejoice to say, Baggage Delray, i

eayq ancestors I ever was pouring Its warm rays upon the "Precinct No. 11.: -Inspectors: B. S. three bottles effected a complete

alt EOf, ,Were*, and a Scotcbman German who wash garden, to see the plants shoot up. It Potter, Andrew Hardee and Jackson cure." Quick, sure cure for nervous Wagons Boynton
a woman
cone halt Fr ncb. ,Of my Imme- seemed to her that she could almost Peacock. Clerk: J. W. Qallaway. complaints general /debility, female Meet and '
she '
la. when grew
,'eIV progenitors my mother was from see them and grow.the Then vines were white-. Polling place Shone's old store. weaknesses Impoverished blood and AU Other

'he England and mr; tether was from stronger pea able to go down Precinct No. 12.-I, T. Stephens W. malaria. Guaranteed by all drug
she was
with Trains
1'I1/110utb Ia this' Bewilderment of and sit on the porch and watch her J. Daugherty, A. T, 'Duval, Inspectors; Price 50c. '
II .n aspect 1 experience* deep II'can only put husband work. She bad learned to Thos. Mitchell, clerk; polling place.Tweedell' SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MENfsEE
humility in
lib ; ; any love the usetul. ball. Great rush for those Dollar Sterl- i '
Irina r't' ona and confess 0AMF UKTJIE "OOM i .
hat nothing but an American." WINIFRED .ROBER'rs. Precinct No. 13.-Henry Qoseraan, ing Sliver Spoons at Idner's.

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Paragraphs j ofInterest Miss ,:McKay went to Palm Beach Jefferson Pictures DB G.Qi t _.
last night for a brief
vH Local Rc'ioul( Bring Big Money
f H" 1
l' r ( hlllln worth rptuined1 -
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>: -1 I' iv; inoinliig I from a business!
I roil SALT:-Two flne mUch OWl : .|p, 10> ,Jacksonville.Mi Muuve'H paint lug, "The ,Return ol Sherman's Point I I

? Apply to Joel A. Dean, City ,' the Flock," al I the Bale of the !lute
J : end l Mrs. Frederick Robert "
Mr '\, A. C. Earls has returnedto (Its <> closed their East Side home Joseph Jefferson's oblleetlou of pictures on Lake W& rtll. I I

his summer home In Elizabeth l11'ole to New York city for the conducted l by iMr "Thomas E.Kiiby ,

N.JMi. sunn\ :"orMr I \: ,: tit too American' Art'''Associa Near Best, .. Fishing, ANTHONY EXTENDS

W. A, Smith, a prominent\ grower and 1\11'4, Franklin Sheen are tion, in Mendelssohn Hall last night ,

w of the Hypoluxo section, spentThui'Hday I''Jol"'n( | over I He advent of another sold for '$42,251)), The entire ',col1ecdon Twenty-eight acres! of Land. .', suitable -
in town on Inlsluesu. Mm. who was born to them last Sun- J A CORDIAL INVITATION
; Rev and 'Mra.\ J. N. Mulford cloeedieir >. of( : eevp qtY-fou.r paintings( ,, for Pineapples, Pl'nitl'l,1, l Vyge-; i

I .ajJI. bjpougtot $j2U} 86, says the 'flfovHYorh.Herald '( \ Trees'-Olrnpefhtiit .
East Strip home Ibis week an'1 : :'. J
have: gone to Saratoga, N. Y., to spend president of the Florida East Coast of Saturday. 'l)' .' : Orange", Biinanas' ; fitavtihi'lof" :' NJ) ,

the summer, Railway, was in the city yesterday hl jnasWptec* by Mauve was i > ,.J it ,,,

Mr, and ;Mrs C. F Bingham have on business. h ught,:,bieasrs.. ScP t'l'FowES) ; &: bloom., One thouistindfeet! of Luke UOut-of-.town Friends to

closed up their ocean front cottage : The regular' monthly meeting of the Mr. Jefferson bought fop pnl Front. Thirfy-flve largo lJqllnut S
on the East Side! and retained to their Utopia Club will be held next Tues i Make Our Store HEADQUARTERS
$2,500() In-J 1892 at the Wynkpop, salgreat ] Trees. 'Shell Mound. Beautiful
homo In Buffalo' N. Y.
day evening, when a full l attendanceof
1 :'increase In .priCC', fan apPl'e" .".
:Mr: J. :M. Weir, formerly connected members is desired. View

with the Fort Pierce News, has accepted :Mrs. J. A. McDonald and 'Mra. tatlon of nearly" ; $40,000, in fourteen .'1 .-1 Our Line of SHOES, CLOTHES, HATS'and' FUR.
a position with The TropicalSun years, shows what a shrewd was 1\11'\\\\'' '
John B. Rellly left last night for New
Publishing! Company and ,entered York City and New Haven, Conn. i q J'effersoiyj *,j" $A ,\HI, T 'At a BargainBOX ? NISHINGS Is More' Complete p Than Ever

: upon hla new duties Thursday They will be away about two weeks. Another., nuiyrej j ,'.'fI'ha| ; Loggers.;' '| .

(Mrs. Kathryn G. Westling and her -Miami News. brought the second highest" price ot 155, West Palm. Beach: Ra.
two friends Miss Margaret Carney iMr. and Mrs. O. N. Die, who have 1 I
tIle" ,$28.100 uri Bros.
'evening and
v was
; Anthony
A '* and Miss Marie Cahill, who have been :
been spending several months in the -
-:'.* chased j bj t (Mr: j Stewart ,'BarnK Jconsidered' J was '
spending the season at Palm Beach,
city, left Wednesday morning for Jupiter 1 15y> many1 the' Mo'W, vlgOl'
q, left this morning for New York where they will spend several FOWLER BROS. & KING Incorporated
dus "of the two, "but the ol er.vas : :
.Miss Ruth Turner, who has been weeks. t
cheap, as a bidder remarked.
the guest of her slater Mrs Chas B, Mr. and Mra. Hand and Miss Hand, |fThe big priced 'Mauve started: at MACHINE SHOP ge''f'f
Kendall, since last fall, loft Take the Merchants' offer and come to West Palm
Thursday Beach
who have been occupying one of the $10,000, jumped to $15QOO and then to '. "
morning for her home in Greens- \letca1f'; cottages on Poinsetta street, $20,000 and then ran up by j advances+i OAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL : I,."" i .

\ boro, N. C. left Wednesday morning for their ot $1,000' each Bid to $40,000, Messrsj, : KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK .,'

.iMr. and Mrs., Wm. Doer left this I home in Indiana? Scott, Folwles .& Co. topping this lYl '
+ morning for New York City, where Next Tuesday night is the time for with the final $2 'o. It was a/ deal ,

5'l l they will spend the summer with' Mr. the: regular semi-monthly meeting of era' battle, with Messrs. Knoedler &: FOR SALE

Dorr's relatives. They expect to return the city council, but it is not believed Oo. <.Tooth &*Son and others' among a.lltlp"D DDDU
4 to West ,Palm Beach early in that there will be a quorum In which the competitors. .Near Ferry. Landing, Lake Front, Uq

ti s October event no meeting will be held. A feature of the sale was the pres- WEST PALM B' ACH. FLORIDA -

p, During the month of April, 327 doc \ ence of several foreign bidders, Mr -WW1VWWWWest

uments were filed for record In the A Preyer, among them, having come

i, clerk's office of the circuit court. Of Jack-sonville over from Holland to procure some of

the number 171 were deeds of conveyance the paintings of the Dutch masters Round Trip Rates Via Palm Beach

and 63 mortgages, liens, charters -., in session since Wednesday and take] them back to the country
'e" bills of sale, etc. which boasts being the native land of
I L. W. Burkhardt, the well known Louisville & Nashville
During the month of April twenty- these famous artists.
grocer, has "an Interesting article '
seven marriage licenses were issued about tea, which appears in his ad- He purchased the Rembrandt of F3 .ilx old Tjcra Lots.Choice .

from the office of the county Judgein vertlscment on the second page of the collection, an oval panel portraitof r

Miami. Eleven couples were white this issue of The Tropical Sun. Petronella Burys, wife of the Bur- The Louisville & Nashville Railroad

and sixteen colored. The youngest West Palm Beach citizens raised gomaster of Cardon, for $20,600. He : will sell Round Trip Tickets from Jack
white female Was 19 and the oldest $708.50 for the California sufferers. takes it back with him as the prop- 'sonvllle to points shown on dates Indi- Lotsfrom

39 years. The youngest male was 22 Four individuals not Included in the erty of Jonkberr H. Texelra de cated; proportionately low rates from.
and the oldest 7fi !Mattos.
years. points.
above forwarded $400 making the
Interest also was shown in the sale
Mr. Kirk Munroe, of Cocoanut total amount 116850. Good for (30.( 45. Paris, Texas and return. Tick $200, up,
of the Israel's "Madonna of the Cot- '
Grove, spent Thursday in West Palm ,West Palm Beach.-l\Ilaml News. t8 sold MaY3,4, 3<{ and 6. with final
tage, for which Mr. Jefferson is said
Beach, and this was really his Initial Bishop Gray has appointed the to have paid 6000. It started briskly limit May 15. one-third cash, balance by semi-annual
trip to the Cottage City. It has been '[2040. Louisville, Ky., and ,'turn. installments
following vestrymen for 'Holf Trinity *lth two bidders calling "10,000! on reasonable time, accord-
Tickets sold June 10, II and 12, with
something like twenty years since church: Judge A., J. Lewis,, senior; but stopped at 19500. This how-
,, f ing to price of lot.
final limit By ol
June payment
\ 23.
Lake '
he,:visited the ;Worth section, warden5;* D A. Allen secretary L,'
j ,
ever represents more than treble the
and:i at .'tliat time the city of West W. Burkhardtl;treasurer; J<8. Beach$ purchase price. 'It was bought by "G. fee until of 50 July cents 23., tickets' can be extended For plats and full information apply to

I Palm Beach had been hardly dreamed cM. E. Gruber, R. 0., Davies and C/. W. "
Dupont, a fictitious
of. : name. (16.25.( Nashville, Tenn., and return. WALLACE R. MOSES
Faber. The surprise, because the disappointment Tickets sold June 10, it, 12, 18, 19 ,
Mr. J. J. Holly, of Miami, candidatefor The attention of the ladles Is call- of the evening was the and 20 and ] 6 and 7, with final Agent -Florida East Coast Railway Land ,Department.

county commissioner from the ed to the special sale now on at lira.L. Van: Marcks "Cattle on the Plains" limit 15 days from date of sale] By West Palm Beach, Florida.

fourth district, was in the city Wed- Constantino's millinery and notion a large and strongly painted ca vas, ;payment of feefjf 50 cents, and depositing l' ,
nesday circulating among the votersof store, on Clematis avenue. Some of which was expected- to bring o&e ot ticket same can be extended ""'% """"

this end of the county. !(Mr. Holly, the bargains ;being offered are excep- the biggest prices of ,the evening, but until September 30

owing to his prlyate business affairs, tional, and this will be a good timeto went for only $20,000. '!I6 6g. Knoxville, T nn., and retain.

has"not been ''able to make an active purchase your supplies. IMessrs. J Werthelm, David Gug- Ticket sold June 16, 18, 19, 23, 24 and

canvass of the county, and stated that Edward, alias Cady, Brown, the uenheiIXBenjamin\ Guggenheim, F 30 and July 7, 14 and 15. Final limit

> business and not politics brought negro convicted and sentenced to IS. Flower and E. M. Baruch were 15 days from date of sale. Tickets FAYSHOLKSAcknowledged

him here on this trip death for the brutal and fiendish the principal buyers besides can be extended: by payment of fee of

:Mr. Victor O'Nealwho has for murder of 'Mrs. Dora Suggs, white those named. Mr. Prawls Wilson 50 cents, and depositing with special '

the past several months been in near Cocoanut Grove, on the nightof bought a 'Montlcelll for $750. agent( until September 301h. 1-A---.M! :: or;; ']"'" ....'.._...:::;;>
charge of the press rooms of The December 18, last, will pay the Before the sale :Mr. Kirby made a '{77.50. San Francisco and Los Angelesand ">.-::;::;..:.:.r: :

Tropical Sun Publishing Company, penalty for his crime by hanging\ by speech' (In which he referred feelingly return. Tickets sold June 24 to F'Pay-( ..., ,::.?Fb'" ,.) T J -
to the July] 6 inclusive. Final limit 'September II/> I.
will sail via the Clyde Steamship Line the neck until dead on Tuesday,June delight which iMr. Jefferson had 1''li'r h ""/ okf '''' J
taken in 15 Liberal stopover privileges.
5. The Governor has issued the collecting these pictures and
next Tuesday for New York where he \
1I'1J 1J1 '1 .,..f"J.
will spend the summer. Mr O'Neal death warrant to this effect Brown in having them, almost like companions Passengers can go one route and return "fJ ''t.Ii !!iI' h ,1 "I

has been an employe of The Trop- still protests his Innocence. and comrades, in his home.FURNISHED another : I i.
I Daily May: 15th to September 30th, Sb l ,\j Wll11
ical Sun office for the past four years A number of citizens, Including the ROOMS-Specially low Inclusive, Round trip: summer tourist \ ; r

r and Is very proficient in his line. local clergy, the mayor and several rates for furnished rooms from now tickets nil) be on sale to various re.uorts. I -. ". t' .
I. others, attended the called meeting ,
1 Mrs. R. E. Crutchfield, and daughter till December 1st The Ilex, Clematis information schedules, timetables )
in the office of The
..Mrs.:: Harry L.D.I.own* nnd the Palms Wednesday Avenue, next door to The Virginia.Mrs. eto., will be furnished on application

latter's son, Master Joe, left yesterday I afternoon for the purpose of organizing M.. B. Weybrecht. 1m to G. B. HERRING, to be The Best Machine on the Market .
a Relief Association for the
for Orlando to attend the State Fla. Pass Agent( L.&Nt R.R ,
Convention of the United Daughters care of the sick and needy of DoWltt's :K.V! Salvo Jl8 W. Bay St., ]Lightest[ Shift, Lightest Running. The Champion: Speed Writers of the World

E of the Confederacy. ;Mrs Crutchfleld, :the city and vicinity. A temporary Jacksonville, Fla.Atlantic use it, More Fay-Sholes,used in Pcnsacola: than:any other single make
FOP Piles, Burns, Sores.
: organization was perfected, with
Is the representative of the Fannie
the selection of Rev. Gibson as chair- See it Before Buying.R. .
Harralsoa- Chapter of West Palm -
man and Mrs. Stowers as secretary.A .
Beach, and Mrs Brown is the corresponding \i
committee was appointed to draft C. DAVIS, State, A ent.
secretary of the Florida
s a constitution and by-laws, after Coast LineTHROUGH
Division. St. Augustine RecordWed-
which the meeting adjourned subjectto I CHAS. B. KENDALL, LocalAgent,

4r nesday. ( call for a permanent organization. f J At the Tropical Sun, WEST PALM BEACH, Re

Warren 'Frazee, better known as SCHEDULE ==
As will be seen in our advertising
"Alligator Joe", will leave the latter
part of this week with his collectionof columns today, Mr. E. C., M- :i"i "'I Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, 1 1 West Palm
l who recently came tj '..-t Palm Beach Buggy and Wagon Shill
n reptiles, consisting of alligators, North Carolina and South Carolina
.2eaIi: :: U'.:u r.rt .Mayers and pur-
crocodiles, manatees, etc., for "TJ..- .. ...j',-il n':gou and
City! wirr'e >a under co-u+ The Great Highway of Travel Between E. C. MA. YNARD
>ira; -CL> (oil Clematis avenue, I ,
V exhibit in the STJ-II'in ot ;r i ibr '
airs for a share of the patronage in ,
_wery. "Joe" wtll sake; '...4 collections Florida and the East and
his line. ' Spring Built to Order.
( hero and at :"lm Beach, consolidating Wagons
builder and in connectionwith
wagon ,
them into one and Bays his shop he has opened a paint.. West, North and South Wagon, Carriage and Bnggy Painting and Striping a Specialty.
they Mill fill three cars. At Jacksonville -
ing department where buggies, car- Beet Materials .
Only ( .ed and Workmen Employed.All
; he will be joined by his father, CONVENIENT SEBIVCE, ELEGANT PULLMAN Expert
riages and wagons will be paintedand
1 Randolph Fr'azee, who was with him striped at short notice. Mr. May- EQUIPMENT, MAGNIFICENT DINING CARS work Guaranteed to GIve Satisfaction.
here all season and who will assist

$ him in the management of the exhibit nard has Just finished painting some Mew Yolk ond Florida Special, .Shops; on Clematis Avenue, \ West of Railway Track-
of the vehicles belonging to the Geo. ....
in Miami of the -
Kansas City. Metropolis. Route
B. Baker Transfer, and has contracted : "Dixie Flyer" -

for the overhauling and repaInt- CelebratedTrains Florida and West India liimitei. ...,

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Church' who ing of al the carriages and vehicles Chicago and Florida Limited
have been in Florida since their marriage belonging to the B. F. Carter Trans
L. & N
Montgomery G. G. Strohm
9i last November are now on fer. } Company

their way north, after spending the
winter at West Palm Beach, where
\. Mr. Church was connected with the PRESENT CLAIMS ATLANTIC COAST LINK 1,000 mile' tickets good over 15,000 miles of FHMILY GROCERIES

j'' Tropical Sun. Mrs. Church formerly railroad embracing all portions of the South, on sale at all principal

Miss Porter, a teacher in the Moxham Continued from par One agencies, at rate of j25 each. Limited to one year' from date of pur- Fancy Food 'ProductsGrain
has been benentted
schools greatly
chase. For full, complete and reliable information regarding rates ,
evening but
by her stay In the south; and the Judge Worley promisedto
same ia true of :Mr. Church. The latter again some before the people of schedules, Pullman service, etc., call on Atlantic Coast' Line Agentsor i and Provisions. !'

West Palm Beach and address them address ,
1', will resume his former connection ,,
/ with The Democrat about the middleof along the same line, taking up the FKANK C. EOYLSTON, Diet. P.... Agent 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville :
the month. Both the young peo- thread where he left off Thursday eve- Fla. JEFFERSON BLOCK
le will find a very cordial welcome ning., *

awaiting: them on their return to : West Palm Florida
d w Johnstown.-Johnstown (Pa.) Dem Fine line of latest style riiiting W. D. TAKK, Trav. Pass.Ag"nt, 138 W, Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. Beach, ,
cards and latest In latter, at Th
i, ocrat. Tropical Sun Call and lee sample W J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Manager Wilmington, N. C. ..I__ __ ..-.u\ 'f:,



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