The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00151
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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BUILDING ACTIVITY.. Preparing forTaking -i Ready forTomorrow's Tropical Hurricane '

Census Game ii'

\ Sweeps Dade County ,

IS APPARENT Mr. R, H. Seymur\ tbe newly ap. Arrangements have been completed! ,

pointed census enumerator, has receiver: for to-morrow's ball game between the

the blank forms from Tallahassee and I locals aud'the Delray aggregation, and The fiercest storm that has ever been fruit being thrashed off by the high '
will! at once start his at work ,
I known on the East Coast of Florida at winds,
the will be ,
called the EastSide
taking the census of Dade county, game on

Contract Let for New Stables and Barns for B. F. which has been so loug neglected by] at three o'clock, sharp. The usual this season of the year raged from early It Is also feared that grapefruit trees

the former enumerator! : say's: the Miami price of twenty-five cents for admission last Saturday? night till Sunday after were t badly> damaged. Several growers!; .,', ( h'

Carter. Methodist Church to be Enlargedand of and it is feared that much dam ,
Metropolis yesterday. to the grandstand will'be charged and noon, have reported that most of their fruit

Other Improvements.the The census, as it is to be taken, is no the patronage of a generous public! I Is age has been wrought to the fruit crops was on the ground this morning ?
small undertaking{;, as there are numer asked. The proceeds of the game will throughout the county If the reports are verified from other:

ous questions to be asked each individual be used In helping to pay for the new At ten o'clock Saturday night a strong sections, Dade county will have a short

and the fact that tbe census has to white suits recently ordered for the wind was blowing from the southeast, fruit crop this season.

gives promise of will be taken from a date of almost a year members the local and this kept up with increasing vigor THE STORM
present summer upper rooms also be used for hotel of team. AT MIAMI ,
back will make it doubly hard. until Sunday afternoon though in the
being a record season In the matter of purposes. It is learned that Delray has been A storm of wind and rain raged here 'r
Schedule meantime the wind had shifted its ,
No I deals with the population course
at l least for the past several Workmen commenced working hard and getting some good last Saturday and Sunday. It began to
new yesterday mornIng entirely The name of the per. practice and Sunday morning was blowing a
has the local
as been team ; blow about o'clock in the
years. the task of rolling the two cottagesto son to be !given, relation of such personto therefore the game will! not be without fierce gale from the northwest continued with 9 night and \ '

This morning Messrs. Anthony Bros a point further north and east. Con. brad of the family, date of birth, Interesting features and will be hotly Houses and trees rattled and shook, velocity nntill 6 constantly o'clock Increasing; t

whether married, single ,etc., nativityof trees being uprooted and twistedoff yesterday
awarded Henry T. Grant a contractfor tractor Noah C. Jones has this work in contested p on both- sides. many morning, the rain meanwhile i
motherland\ father if of foreign birth near the ground, and the rain, which coming
the construction of a building on hand and wilt put the cottages back It is expected that a large crowd of down in blinding! sheets. I'll!
the of the fell in the fierce storm
name country and'what-year I Delray and Boynton people will be here torrents during After

lot 16, block 53, which Is on Banyan seventy-five feet from the sidewalk and Immigrated to this country. Then the tomorrow to root for their favorites, soaked many houses and made life ex that the midnight electric it lights was could with difficulty
street, 130 feet east of the city council far enough to the .east to make room for occupation of each person the addition. old in each Tbe number It is estimated that the again again the city
years family. damage to
which Is to be for
chamber. The building, i rooter they can possibly get, they was In total darkness and t, ni
; though the
f education. will be asked each inVest will exceed 1
SEMINOLE of property Palm Beach
ol artificial stone, will\ have a, frontage I will have no walkover at the best. lights! would flash
Wm I and whether the home is rentedor In all, a thousand dollar, to nothing out again ia the j
person say
of feet and Architect is the for each
on Banyan street 50 a depth : Maughlin Is preparing Following line-up briefest time, those moments of darkness .
of 85 feet. It will\ be constructed for plans for the remodeling of the Semi. owned. It, is distinctly understood team: of the damage to trees, plants and served to Intensify! the terrors of the '

use as a livery and transfer stable and tOld Hotel, which-work was planned by and guaianteed and the enumerators, Delray. Position.V. P. Beach. shrubbery. storm. ,
are charged, that all information re Signs, awnings and bicycle racks were
leased for a term of to the proprietor Mr. Geo. Zapf last
baa been sears sum McLeod p' Earman The fury of wind and rain abate from
ceived them be confidential before the wind and Clematis
by hall kept swept
Ben F, Carter, of the West Palm Beach mer. While the plans have not been as Blackmer and b. Carlisle 6 to 8 o'clock yesterday, when it began 4
and that shall in time like! river the
no one come avenue was at one a ,
Livery and Transfer Company.\ completed, it is learned that Mr. Zapf King c. Hadley again, and raged until about'It o'clock '
contact with this information conduits having flooded.
The plans which wire prepared by proposes.to remodel practically the entire the there I. Ztll id b. Parrish Chief of Fire Cbeatham blowing this time directly from tbe wear. rlR +q ,

Architect Emil A. Ebuumn, call for a building, removing the office and 'enumerators.Therefore \V. Zill s, s. DeBerry Department Last night the wind was from the south.. l'' 4,; ;
should be no hesitancy in giving'the de- was out Sunday morning with, a squadof
modern building in every respect. At dining-room to the ground floor wherea Sheppard I. f. R. Broadwell east. << iM
sired Information to the enumerators. men and relieved this condition by
the front end there will Ire a large arch- grill-room will also be prepared. After Wilson c. f. Dr. Broa'Iwell Tile large warehouse of the E.; L,
Schedule No. 3 Is the most difficult of flushing the drains. Chimneys were a
ed! doorway while to the left, la the the proposed Improvements have been Jones rst b. Anthony Brady company was partly demolished t
all for the enumerator and It'w ould be laid low and a great deal ot damage:! y
front, will be located the offices of the completed, tbe Seminole will be a modern M'ers r. f. Sirkin the second story falling in and exposing /1
well for every farmer In the county to long this line wrought in the track of
company, fitted up ia & neat manner. bouse in every respect and will he goods to the rain. The building was
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have at his command, the actual yieldof the storm. 1
The building will be one-story, with a present a very imposing appearance, of hand B. B. Laughter, Bybalin, Miss., writes: of brick, with tile roof. Amount of loss 11 ,
his farm, number acres, etc., to The building on Clematis aveuue to
large loft which will be used for the both inside and out. J "I have two children who bad croup. I unknown tr
the enumerator wheu he calls. This suffer the most damage was The Tropical -
storage of feed, and over the arched WILL BUILD VFSTIBULE; schedule deals with farms aud the agricultural tried maay different remedies, but I Sun office, where one of the large Some small, boats lying In the bay f JF

entry 111'11be\ doorway fitted with must Horehouud Is the were swamped, but not seriously damaged
a large At a meeting rff the trustees of tbe resources of the county, and soy your Syrup windows was blown in causing considerable -

.1, hoisting arrangement. The front will Methodist Episcopal Churcb, South. besides the vegetable and fruit yield, it best Croup and Cough medicine I ever damage to stock and office fixtures. .. 41,
be thirty feet high One side of the it u.isd.;>> For sale by A. G. Riegcl.: The water from the bay -swept over
held in the church Monday evening, asks for the number of head of cattle Several boats in the harbor also suffered -
building! will\ be fitted np with modern decided to take at once lookIng if and all I and across the boulevard that borders
and fowl
was steps grain crop any, considerable damage, so unexpected -
stalls tor the stock, while the otber' vide tbe of vestibule to the farm in Dade resident of the county, name of attending It, washing weed. and other dash to> the
to building a that can oe grown on a > was the storm and they were
will\ used the of vehicles and whether the disease edge; of the Royal Palm grounds
be for
storage church edifice, at the corner of Datura county will be asked when the man physician tossed about in the waters of the lake a.

and equipment.. and Polnsetta streets. calls. It can be seen r y this that thenformation which caused death was contracted like shingles. The launches owned by

Work on the new building will be For some time tbe need of a vesti- received by the enumerator this county or abroad. It is specially A. O. Riegel and W. I. Huffstettler Six Months forCounty

commenced J just as soon AS the materiel bule or entrance has been apparent, and lies entirely with the faroier'aud he asked l also that fevers be given special were dashed against the piers and suffered ,, ; I

can be delivered on'the ground, attention! and! where deaths have been Schools
the news that it is to be constructed at should make every effjrt to assist the severe punctures.
and will be ready for occupancy' earlyIn caused by any such the duration of the __
once will-be received with much pleasure enumerator as far It is possible. The pineapple growers ore unable as *

the fall. by the members and congregation. "{ Schedule Mo. 3 asks for tbe manufac- fever This and its history in full is requested. yet to estimate the amount of damageto At the meeting of the Board of Publ'C ; + i

THE HOTEL JFFFERSQN. While the plans for the addition have tures of the county. The name of the completes the schedules in. number their crops, but in this vicinity the Instruction in Miami last Friday the ,#' i

Flans for the enlargement of the new not yet been made, \1,1 Is desired that tbe firm or corporation is asked name of but the poll list for the year June loss will not be very heavy, as the bulk following business was'transacted, .in D,

Jefferson block by which the building! vestibule be at least taxia feet afford business, or'product such, the capital 30,1904. to July I, 1905. This asks for ot f the crop has been shipped, and only addition to that mentioned in Saturday'sissue

will be converted into a hotel to be ing an entrance on the east and west i stock invested, number of bands em. the name, color, nationality, number of growing pines will be seriously inured. of The Tropical Sun: it

known as The Hotel Jefferson have aides Mr. H. T. Grant, one of the I ployed, males and females,, separately! children of school age, school children A resolution prevailed that the regu
from six to ten old number of
been ompleted by Architect Ehmann I trustees of the church, was authorizedto number of days of ordinary labor of all years The oldest Inhabitant cannot remembar lar term of all the public schools In the .' i'

me ire now in the hands of the con have plans l made; and he will probe employed, total amount of 'wages/ paid school children over ten and under ,, a similar occurance at this season county other than high and rural graded }

tractor who wilt soon be prepared to ably have the same campleted by tonight during the year, whether operated by eighteen, number eighteen years and of the year, and while the storm, severeas schools, be six months for the coming + '

give estimates. The plans call foe a when they will be submitted to electric or water power and number of under twenty-one. it wan, came as a complete surprise, year. i1,
When all this information is given i
thlrt\ -foot addition, two storries, ad- the other trustees. engines In use. Besides these there are very one feels thankful that the property This does not mean that the terms 1

joining the store Of Anthony Brothers It-was also decided by the board 01 I numerous other questions asked regard- freely anj evtry assistance Is given the loss was so light. will! be reduced but that the County +
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Dade will have .
to the south. The addition,will extendto trustees to repaint the parsonage and lug the product manufactured and ''the enumerator, county a The photographic tent of Mr. W.C.C Board of Education will pay for that
PUSH'S that will be one to be proud of as r
a depth of forty feet and will\ consistof make certain other improvements and employment of laborers. ''The manufacturers the Dade iraaniog on Clematis avenue was entirely many mouths tuition, the extra months '

a room for an office and lobby and an this work will be accomplished during. will do well to compile this information agricultural resources' are demolished and the contents badly being paid for by the State, providingsaid
tbe State.
entrance to the second story, while the the next few weeks.Grapefruit. in advance, thus saving/ the unequaled damaged by water. schools make an average/ of So percent 'I
of will
Names the enumerators
enumerators lots of valuable! time. Tbe deputy One feature in connection with the in attendance for the regular six:
1 be out Thursday and as this census .
census is asked for in about twenty days given norm that detirves special notice, WAS i months

Planning forCanal'E so it will be seen that no time 'is to be I has necessarily got to be a hasty one, the work of Mr. L. Constantine agent The colored schools of the county j' + 1
farmer manufacturer and
wasted. every I for tbe Southern Express Company were filled ss follows: ,
? I citizen should make effort to faci-
xtensioT"morrowa Soars HighNew Then comes Schedule NO.4. askingfor every The fury of the storm being spent on West Palm Beach-J. W. Mickens
the of the and
litate work enumerator
the persons that have died during Saturday night; and early Sunday morning principal, and !M. E. Hicks and Alonzo i'r, '
see to it that Dade county is put on record -
be 'year ending June 30, 1905 This many business men remained at McRae, assistants. One assistant i is yet ktiu
of Mr. -The last Florida for all that she is worth/ and it
'composed York June
party 19. asks for the nativity of the deceased, borne, not realizing its severity. EarlyIn to be appointed this school. '

George Captain F. Miles, Mr. 'J. L. Colee\ and oranges were cleaned up this week.Weasels profession or occupation, a personal deicrlptlon surely.wlTl not bt. ashamed of its show- the morning Mr. Constantine was on Miami-O. W. Perkins, principal, and H zC

Gleason will leave here for a & Co. Had the last shipment. cause of death,. howlong a lug. the street and in a quiet manner went Ella B. Stephens, Nellie Powers anrl ,
trip over) the proposed cut of the last i to the ty that was Nora Jackson assistants J 1
Stretch of Prices for the l last few days ranged from to work protect propel ,
the EastCoast Canal, *ay endangered, nailing np window! when Delray-Ella Wade.:
the St. | 30 to |7. A few weeks ago as high as
Augustine Record, Tbey wtU Real Estate Shows
Proceed f3 was received per box for some Florida possible removing goods to a safe and Lemon City-F. A. Hamilton

up North River In. a launch, A fancy trade In this city has dry place and in many other ways giv- Cocoanut Grove-Asa Ricbarjs,
will, when unable to proceed furthby oranges. For this unselfish, and Loxohatcbee Mamie
the Florida stock continuously Considerable Activity lug relief. very Brooks }
et bought
that route, disembark and enter California considering: the high wind and heavy Pleasant City-A. R. Mtckraa.DeerSeld ]'
of so many poor ,
t because
the carriage which 'will await them and coming In refrigerator cars. rain, undesirable task, he has the thanks -Bertha Ely. t

In remainder of the trip will be made oranges now Florida grapefruit was cleaned o( many business men whose property Dania:.!. R. Mahaffey. !
The last
This this conyeyance. i last week. Old fruit sold as high as Real estate continues to move; and ANOTHER IMPORTANT DEAL he protected from further damage. "

trip is preparatory to a preliminary 1 up this spring. June bloom\ reached the this morning it is learned that still another This morning it i I" leaned that Dr. DAMAGED THE FRUIT ANCIENT ROME
sarvey, but this Ir 17
stretch will! commence no until work the on divide top at $10 in several salej. 'C. I. /& M. : deal has been made, whereby val. R. Iir&Iacy and Dr. ewranu have purchased Monday's issue of, the MiamiJ;Record Is now merely a memory of the 'psst- a,

upon. which the at Dingfelder got |ir to |i3 for the last uable Clematis venae property changes from Oeo. W. Potter and Eugene gives the following report front :that Ballard's.Snow Liniment is the family
dredges are now
work if comleted.rtr.!\ Miles in con- grapefruit last week. ownership. H,. DImick the tract 'of land west section: liniment! of, the twentieth century. A
coming in from the positive cure for Rheumatism, Burns Cuts l
From now
vernation with a .Record representative ,Mr. G. G. Strohm has sold to Mr. M. of the city known as Barman's Island, reports
said that Batteries and Complete Launch' Supplies fruit growing sections of the county, it Sprains Neutalgiaetc., Mr. C. H. Ron-
they hoped to have ttiecaua\ tbe lot west of the latter's or Dimlck's l. Little Island The tract
"outUof St. at Fowler Bros. & King's. E. G/uber evident that tbe storm Saturday yon, Slanberrv, Mo. writes: "I hare

of'December Augustine open by the first hardware and furniture store, which consists of twenty acres, and Is said to night: and Sunday morning has dam. nsed! Snow Liniment for Rheumatism

PARTIES HAVING MONEY. TO has a frontage on the avenue of 30 feet be the best piece of hammock in the vicinity aged the fruit of this section to mateal Ml pain. I can't say enough In its '

bOIl' DON'T I t 11 J LOAN In sum of $3.500 to $' ,000. on and a depth of ijo> feet On the lot Is of ,Neat Palm Beach. The con. degree. praise." For sale by A. O. Rlegel.

let your child suffer with that one, two and three :years time, on Improved located the old bowling alley now occupied slderatloa has not been made' public.! Mangoes bad reached that state when r
cough when you.caD It : al. first stated The Tropical 'were ready to be brought into tbe FOR RENT.- -Furnluheil cottage,,
car city property, caD. set by W.?: I. HufTstetler as a bicycle The new owners to ley
lard'i Horehonnd Syrup. a sure cure for security and legate rate ot Interest bY'' shop. No .changes are contemplated San this morning that it Is their Intention market and the high winds, shook avery for summer orby ,the year. Excel 7 .t'

Coughs Bronchitis., Influenata, Cronp I II the to out an on I large proportion off the trees., lent location. H. P. McdlNLEY;
The grove
Pfcf i applying to W. L METCALT j. for the present by new owner. put orange I' i
And "mouary Disease. Buya bottle Agent.I I date. Avocado trees suffered severely the I2rlm :McQInlejr Brother'Co.
u ,lIc. their new possession at art early .

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Iftin11 i HnitplfMl People In Europe ,,, ,, i,if I 1""O'Id") I I I i III' I In, nil I '''nil I II
]Kliiil; I on tint publu !hlhwLY'! : ,
: TROPICAL SUN. Jnd' I li" MHjl' it I nru! nth .1"dh"I' bruit
I If It In In IHlI'UllUwith oin-t' Surroundings
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!t'loniar Paper ui wade County, Florida not .1 i("*sob fur uUiPr citiesin tu wwk and to ttirhi-, little I IhifluK. ,' tlrr,,,, ,,, |19nini In1KOhw1

_.._. Florida in this "keep clean" 1111 I and to rom children! to l1u\'" IIbel'ty (: It." UIlI'hl", Ieh"+'url III"1. ..r.+n..ee.am.w..n.ers
-- --- -- sade? Si. Hecord. and security and be tolerant and self '1'" 0, G:, lllglil; mid, nil ollift, pimniiH, In
,'UI>I1'btll, L very Wednesday and Saturday Augustine respecting constitute any measure ot t".h'lI" : .

*T Wb it PALM UBAOH.. DADA OOUNTV. FLORIDA happiness, then the Swiss aro by all You lire hurcbr untittuU chat /I writ of att .
I luchmont, haH been iMHUOil ngaluat you In the
--- ---- ---- LONG'fENNESSEE FIGHT. odds the happiest people in Europe

HI I,-i' ItllTION, / :; PRICE: Iii: .00 '.f EA YEAR:: For twenty yeora W. I,. Rawls, of Bens), Such, I think, Is the judgment of all born above nltiK'hml ontHloil to snow utlHf.v, and tilt your Oomand, prupurtv otV.hue. J.

. ... observers that have been much among
-- -. -- nasal catarrh. He writes of
---- - Tenn.. fought ; liullotottlor ainoimtlnfjc to the Hum etfth;
them. You can test it by a simple ret-
Inside hundred, and twtoty-flv\ Jolln.ru. You and arerwsirL)2
"The swelling soreness
Tropical Sun Ptiolishing Comp'y, my erence. Prom every other nation in nil other pen>on* who ore,. Interested Lireaorehy
nose was fearful till I begin applying there la emigration front Swl
Europe ; to said action be-
required to appear
CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager.Entered Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the sore onr.face' .- Borland: little or none. At all times lore 1"101 Court at Hlaoil. Dad County. Your deserts for the entire

:thlscaused the soreness and swellingto about! 000,000 Swiss are in foreign Florida, on Monday Bejjtemlini' Ord. A 1 D.
at the Poarofficc of Weat Palm Beach disappear, never tore.turn"Beat; salve countries learning languages or metb toots() otherwise a dcfiiolt will be token ) (season will be planned and provided -

aa Mcond-claM matter la existence at all Drultglsts.Fine ods of combining travel with work, against the defindaut In *..Id] caune
950 I' but they come homo, always they come Dated June 1.t l A D. 10OO. \ for if you invest now in
U. n, : ', .ti'
home The typical Swiss never thinksof 8rWNDERe, "
Attorney for W. I. Iluffutottlur, one of our freezers. The best
ANEW FLORIDA INDUSTRY line of latest style visiting! making permanent residence outside -
L'tst' year down! in Florida one of cards and latest In letters, at The of Switzerland, or, if once thinkIng makes"procurable---makes that freeze fast
Tropical Sun. Call and see sample so, ho changes his mind when h) DoWltt's :tt';? SalvoFor
the experts of this deparement in KO-; trial thereof. Everybody's Mag and
makes Niles Burns. Sore. and smooth, saving time energy
tog around found a man who was NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY: azlne.
You cAn afford to buy at our prices.
trimming some oruamental camphortrees. J. Waterman, Watertown. 0., A Few First Aid Hint.

He got the clippings from Rural Iree delivery, writes; "My dauKh. The following first aid advice was Call and see them.HatchettDaCarnara.

with ter, afflicted for years with epilepsy was given at a meeting of railway sur-
those trees and experimented cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills She goons:

them in the bureau. lIe found that has not had an attack(for over two years" "Don't put your fluVer on au open t I
he could get a higher!; content of camphor Best body cleansers and life giving tunic wound; don't put a quid of tobacco on Go
wound matter bow small It
a no maybe ;
earth. at
pills on 250 any drug store.
oil and a better quality of cam- ; don't use cobwebs! or hornet's nest Wholesale Retailers of Hardware

than they could in the Island of to stop bleeding; don't dose tly patient
phor Sugar and Syrup In Florida. with whisky, brandy, rum or gin; don't u West, Palm Beach, Florida
Formosa, where they cut down and bind or cover a wound with a hand-
Nature has done its best for the .
kill the tree, He further found that sugarcane kerchief or rag 0 It you cannot get 0. -11 _
growing regions of the South. No first aid packet use clean old muslin
large tracts of land in Florida which one can study the Pouth's remarkable that has !been dipped In boiling water -----

were comparatively valueless for resources, together with her natural advantages for a few minutes); don't Bit a patient rfOOO-OOOO-O-O-QOOO

without being convinced that up when he Is very pole or weak; clou'
other purposes were admirably he stands second to no country in the wash a wound, and don't remove blood JJUllKHARDT'S WJAtl'alm Boncli, June 10

-I adapted for growing these trees. He world, but far ahead of all others, and clots." We're Waiting tor You
These hints are meant for public instruction
went Immediately to the celluloid with the rapid progress now being madein
for those of the laity wlv to 'In and have talk with us about
come a
people, showed them the result of his her varied agricultural resources, may have occasion to extend first al''< banking. Not ,that we want you to FOR THE BATH.
without being convinced that she Is en- In case of accidents learn tbe business, but because weant
work and explained to them the BORAXO is highly perfumed powder for tbe toilet and
of far a soap hath.
tering upon a period prosperity to do business with YIU.Ve're prospering -
possibility! of Introducing the growth greater than this or any country has Frofei".l
and enjoyed All of which can I It Is sometimes claimed that the surgeon caring for business want you to most exhlleratjng} baths Imaginable\ and, will leave the body with aIt.
of these trees into this country, ever! yet
the pbyslclad Is the only man With lightful and lasting delicate
justly be attributed to the growing of or Prosper Us. perfume. ,
last week they concluded! the purchase incentive in who is paid for hIs mistakes, but thatIs BORAXO Is found most desirable for all toilet uses. It may be used I
as a first bringing "
sugarcane Banking with us doesn't mean tet-
of lands in Florida for the Investment clearly untrue. Lawyers receive fees healthful! freely for washing the mouth and teeth. .
the country great prominence, rich-quick a steady,
for the cases that they lose, and other
growth of wealth. FOR A SHAMPOO: use a small quantity of Boraxo; apply directly!
of $150,000 in the grow-; on account of the Immense profits in its men are not "docked" whenever they
of American mphor.-Extract production, and at the same time attract fall short of complete success. The' Anything in the banking line can be to the moistened hair; rub briskly. A delightful cleansing' lather is quickly }
ibg : ct : safely done through us. Will be pleased produced. Follow with a thorough rinsing. ,
the attention bomeseekers. truth is that the idea of human compensation -
from, Of Hon. F. 13. Brooks, in to seeyou. It is In pound decorated tins with full directions
speech Florida has a land area of 54,240 square Is based! upon Intelligent, put up one for use

Congressional Record, May 1, 1000 miles and a population of 538,542. Dif- honest effort and reputed skill. If alii DADE COUNTY STATE BANKWest Price 25 cents. ;

recent: from all the other states, her entire fees and salaries were contingent upon
absolute perfection In tbe task under Palm Beach, Florida. ,
If the United States Court area above water Is mnst excellent SUgAr"cane taken they would have to be Increased

continues to tie up Gov. IJroward's and cigar tobacco growing lands. runny times over, since absolute perfection L. \Y.,, BURKrlARDT[
The most of the farmers make their Is'very PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FINEST OROCERIES
or complete success
scheme for draining the Evergladesthere syrup and sugar by the open kettle pro. rare la any line of activity.. -Chicago ._-,- ------------ N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed. !

will be nothing left of it cets, under the old methods; but they Chronicle. LAW. t1rlt will to
pay you purchase our Coupon Books
within twelve months!, says the are advancing fully abreast with the o.: OJIILLINOWOU'l'H.ATTORNEY
Jacksonville Metropolis. '1 hose two times, and are very universally adopting ----- Q. O'0.o'4'a'Q'o'<}O'Q44PAO'f <>0-000-0-0

constructed at Ft. modern machinery and methods.: Florida AND COUNSELLOR .
dredges LOW RATES via --
_ baa a general average in the length of ,
Lauderdale as part of the equipmentmay the season for maturing cane over Louis- West l:'all1\ Beach .- 1'Ia, rftadwell & Moore

have to be sold to prevent them ana of about two months, which largely Southern Railway. GGo.CI.. CU1UUK ,

being eaten up by worms before ecreaaes the yield. Louisiana's yield of Registered Pharmacists

That dacision blown sugar under favorable circum- Attorney and Couat>eilor-a.t-L&w

being operated. stances is about 1,000 pounds per acre, $32.40 WEST PALM :BEACH, 'FLORIDA Agents Biltmore Cream ,and Oliver's Candies
Wednesday was the most sweepingof .
while on the common pine lands of TT I'. UHANN1NG, Out-of-town orders. are /given prompt f'tentltU.
restrained .
all. The Governor Florida, when fertilized with unkilled New haven Conn., and return. Tick- "

from doing about everthing but cotton seed.it is said to be 2,800 to 3,000 ets on gale June 2-5, limited June 9. Attorney and Counsel/ot-dt-Lett', Manufacturers of the strongest fwd most effective

abandoning the scheme. pounds per acre. Several have reportedthat Extension June 3" 1906. Stop-overs, (Office over Bank. -

Iooo.gallons of syrup per acre Is Washington- Baltimore. Philadelphia]. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA HORSE, : FLY REMEDYon

not considered extraordinary. They get New York. the market. SPECrAL; PRICE PER GALLON
"No official can honestly accept a MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ,
frpm 75 cents to $tOO per gallon for $35.90'Boston
pass from a railroad," eayi the their syrup In the Northern markets. On rr c. JUOOI>, M. i> Jeireisou Block tVEST 1'ALM IIEACJt110710x01a011olfoist

President. The President! broke one-eighth of an acre a Mr. Gmade Mass., and return. Ticketson I ...

the record in this as in other things. ninety-six gallons, for which he put in sale May31toJunet8: Extension PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON solsoilozlo2aoteo 7a0 o AO AO'ilOls0AOi10'i10A0iaoi ifa .
Office over Potter1 bicycle. more, WEST okokoitoitottoroRorerroroRORottoatoatorto+to ,o.toatoKoatororokoR
"No candidate can honestly'accept his pocket ninety-six good clean dollars I July is 1906. Stopovers, Washington PALM BEACH Uealdenee near Royal 00HI

at home. Baltimore, Philadelphia and NewYork. Poinciana Hotel. PALM L1EACH. 12.1 S3S3
contribution from
a campaign any .. 00
It Is.11 general admission that the HIoo
the B. POTTJfcilt: >t. I).
bank or corporation. In this p ,
growing of cane is the most profitable o;s HI

record was broken by McKinleyand field crop that can be made Tbe Flor. 14.65 8-23-08 W JIiT!: PALM BEACH. .FLA. o n 1 00

Roosevelt. We are.extretnely : idlano go a step further by declaringthat
Asheville, N.,C. and return. Ticket a I DENTAL

sorry that Congress has found it if tbe industry is properly-encour- on sale June 7, 8, 9, 14 15 16, limited I Dri.R. S3'S3 SiNGER SEWING II
aged they will raise In the next!!: few' H.,1If'\CY. UR"I.yNEWlII.I.oI o
to express its! opinion so June 27, 1906. '
necessary I years 75 per cent of all the sugar con Drs. MACr & NEWMAN
plainly on the records of two sumed in the United States. A new 1m. $20.40Louisville
Republican Presidents whose petus has com over their dreams since S
and : Iri
Ky. return Office
actions have been thoroughly and they have found out that they can make v Jefferson Block fcoS3 .
Ticketson sale June 10, it, 12, limited WEST PALM PLO'BIDd 0.. fltt
a perfectly pure syrup, which will bring .0 .
endorsed by 00
enthusiastically June 23. Extension July 23, 1906. Ilin' r \.
from 75 cents to $t.oo per gallon, and Dit. j. E. Jitoc
Is the bad! 1.001- 0 .
party. party .
for which they have the civilized world $23.35 X*
'limes Union Short Talks.In for their customers and consumers. Nor Dentist .. 00

is this all, for if it could be possible. to Hot Springs!, Va., and return. Tick Office Fust ,door. west Bank of Dqtla. County State || M

this period of professional make more than there would be a de4 ets on sale June q, to, ti, limited June t Vo 0'
reformers who to mand for at tbe prices named, then the 19, 1806 P Ara,"Tried, and True" We sell them ou terms
1 amateur propose
regenerate ever body and everything syrup can readily be converted into refined $16.65 ----- SoHO -$300. per month-that' you cannot afford' to be
sugar. Geo. S. Hacker & Son o ) '

y'' it is pertinent to recall an utterance With these facts brought to the attention Knoxville Tenn., and return; Tick M without one You can save the cost of one by oti

i of Dr. Brumby of Hull, a somewhat of homeseekers, when life can be ets on Bale June 17, 18, IQ, 23 24, 30, o* making your own and children's clothes. in lens o j

h al noted English clergyman of his day. enjoyed in the most Invigorating as well July 7, 14, ,15 limited fifteen days. I' fcoS than fcoot
as healthful climates on earth, is there : l Kxtenaloii Sept. 30, 1906. a year-leas time than.. /ales.to' I>ay for It
When the first, reform bill was oa io
'I any reason why Florida will not become I $14.65Asheville fco We carry them in stock, Call and see .them 0*
passed in parliament Dr. Brumby I \ to
filled rapidly with a good class of farmers Ao Machines
for rent by the week jet
j preached, a sermon in the course of from all parts of the country? It N. fl., and return. Tick 23 '. otto

U which he otferd this Socratic observation can now justly be termed the El Doradoof ets on sale June 26, 27, 28, limited 0,'

:: "In these days we hear a America_and is capable of producing July 10, 1906 22S3 ;i' .0
more kinds of profitable than : o
deal about reform. Let me give crops ftO
great any State in the Union -East Coast $16.35 S? 01
you a piece of advice. The best reform Homeseeker. "s 1r11ltiaa 49 Vo
Monteagle, Tenn., and'returu Tickets fco
is'to better.I .
make one '
person THERKAREFEW on sale June 29, 30 July 3. 5, llm.Itfd MANUFACTURERS OF "We ,Are After Your t-urnitureBusiness.." 01ot

need not Bay who that Iersoo'I people who know how to take care of Aug. 31, 1906. Extensiori[ Oct. s: ', ..<" ,
should be." This advice is Just as ,, 31, ,1906 Sash, -- \
themselves-the majority do not. The --

t apt'and as wholesome in the United liver is a most important organ in tbe $32.10Milwaukee :Blinds, Mouldings : II

States today as it was in England I body. Heroine will keep it in condition -- II McGlNLEY ROS: CO. 01ss

seventy five years ago.-Chicago V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas. writes: Wisconsin and return /I.' -AND- -

Chronicle. "I have used Ilerblne for Chills, and Tickets on sale Aug. w, n, 12, Hmhe4.!: Building Material, "'0 \ ". "

Fever and dud It the best medicine I Aug. 33, 1906.Passenger. :k S3 Opposite Scliool'Hbi.Ise 01

ever used. I would not do without it. and Ticket CHARLESTON, C. 2
a'' Gnu of the cleanest cities In this : office ? ... | "
State-municipally speakingisWest It is as good for children as It is forgrownup 108 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. ,' tEJIIr. Largest Factory South fcoSo lio 0.*

l people and I recommend it. J. C. LUSK, rl" Send' tot Price, \ 0,,

Palm Beach. Visitors from ,It is fine for La Grippe." -For sale by district Passenger Agent.. -- SI

fnr and near always delight to tell A. G. Riegel. '; -- --IsiBnlallMamlslA

of tbi well pave 1 street ad.good Eicnrslon L. A. WILSON ------- '-v'A'' Oat0.10MOM,01 'Olt0at01t0t0a60OKOKo ox07.0710.IIOt10.0710710
Summer "o.tosto
cement side walks. JQy constant HELP IS OFFERED RatesVia atostosto atostokokokor TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLEWe MAytfrAX'TtTREB or

effort and watchfulness on tbe part earnestly request' all young per- Boots and West Palm

of tb. members of the street committee sons no matter how limited their ," ., Shoes. Beach Buggy and Wagon Shop

of the! City Council the means or education who wish to obtain Coast Line. in All er
Repairing Kind. of Lea:).
I free from the usual a thrirotuth /InialiH" training and '
streets are kept Summer excursion Goods Neatly none IS. C. MA YNARD. Prop.
rubbish piles to be found in soy a Bond) prnltinn to wrffp by FIRST mer rates lp all sum "
ni |Ii i cur, nur GREAT HALF RATE excursion points are now on sale)
many *;,ownB This good work is via.The Atlantic Coast Line No trouble Spring
OFJ'ER. fiidtan Taimed Buckskin Wagons Builttto Order.
aided by the citizens, who take a ta. answer questions. For rates, reserirations t, ,
Success, Independence and probable
?, pri le in bavin? their private fortune are guaranteed. Dont delay. cate with, or, any information coniniuni- and Horsehide Shoes Wagon; Carriage and Buggy Painting and l Striping a'Speeiai '

ground(] neatly kept and who Write today. FRANK C BOYLSTON Only Best Material Peed and Expert Wdrhraea Employ

iiractluing\ cleanlini'S at. home. are : THE OA.-ALA, BITS COLLEGE, '
1 .trIC: Passenger Agent.Jacksou.ifle" FOR TENDER FE\T 411 work Guaranteed
to Give Satlafaotion.
f Macon: Ga i
trasl >
; found any I I
no rer throwing i it Ala. OHve.St. North of :Net, Jel1erol1oil: Shop on Avenue TracKr -
Clenjatls: Welt of Railway

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XroiinWoK in 1812. ,
,ilia, it llic lrlT.ite( roustltiitloulor I -
111I11!; Ii
: Tin brrli,, ( tor mam M-ir In tlini Atlantic Coast Line ,,1,
.11 i :11"' yn"l Uos(t"lI, [imlcslstcd I
,I''1i11'.1 "J' for, ;1'1'1'\'' it !Ion, ot f IILingerie

I *M..""" ,,""",,1 It was ugge-.ti-'l(' 'I li%' .tinKIS. THROUWH SCHEDULE White Goods > > I
- ",,1 On-1 navy tbul the ship he f fa
*Uel l'I"dupBi'rtlon:, n tnrget bas and aroused thus broken protests.It up.. Florida, Georgia. Alabama, Virginia. $
11w I 4
North Carolina and South Carolina .
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The Great Highway. Travel Between Batiste-- a India Linon and Per- 1 "

td Florida and the East and mercerized finish cloth sian Lawn need no in- .

r : West, North and South r 1 } retains its silk fintroduction.. We have -' S

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/ /" "' m IIU yip'H CONvENiENT-&E 1VOE, ELEGANT PC LILIANEQUIPMENT; r t ish Prices 25c, 40c a wide range of price $ l ,

\ MAGNIFICENT DINING CAB and 50c per yard. and quality. lOc to ; 1 '

,a n ,
:New York and ]o'IOl'ldn., Spechtl ,
Route of the 65c yard.
"Dixle Flyel'" per .

Celebrated Florida and West India. Limited -- ,

Trains Chicago and Plql'lda Limited White Mercerized MadrasWhite Indian Head --- The

+ f 5 \Monti ornery, L.;& N, In all the newest effects at well known staple for white u,

CONVENIENT METHOD TRAVELING prices to suit all. 'skirts. 32 inches ,at .15c per

ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1,000 mile tickets good. over 15,000 miles of yard. ,

was a similar suggestion that tbe railroad.einbracing all portions of the South, on sale at all principal .-- ,--- ')t } I'N

frigate. be dismantled an* destroyed agencies, at ritte of $-5 each. Limited to on/ year from date of pur N a tVhite

Holmes'which! called celebrated forth poem Oliver, "Old Wendell Iron- chase. For full, complete and reliable information regarding rates "\ Linen. $ /

In Boston schedules, Pullman service, eta call Atlantic Coast Line
,Idea," The! frigate was built on Agentsor ,
Under Commodore lanac Hull address i $
ta-lTO7. An excellent quality fine A good quality close weave m'
Aasunt, 1812, she captured the" Brlt- I .
l In lab frigate Guerriere. FKANKC. KOYLSTON, IMst. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St Jacksonville -'] weave light weight all linen light weight UNION LINEN k! S 1

Fla.W. .
John Uuin, M.: P. 36 inch; just the right weight '36 inch; looks as good as all r ,

John Burns, president of the British for comfort. Prices 50c and linen for less Prices
government board and member of D. STAUK, Trav. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. money.

the local cnWnct, la the first representativeof W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic :Manager.; [ Wilmington, N. C. 60c per yard. 36c and 40c per yard.
organized labor to occupy such a 1111 '
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Florida East Coast' Railway. \BR NNING BROSa k

Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1906. .$ \ $ ,1 ; ,'.. _

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N No. 79 No. 99 I i k
Nc"lrI9 llY" STATION 1 Dally Dally PALM BEACH, FLA. 1 ?
d O1pm! 020am Lv.......................Joc1uanvllle ...................... 7 2m: : : Mam: $
8 U8pm 0 2sam .................., ........_........tr 7 17pm 471,0
720m 1040llm :' ....................Sou.II1Jaclu..Dvlll..,..8t. AnII.llu.! ....._............... 6 lapm 7 fiRm ,.",,
7 58pm 11 1S/UD ". ..........................Da.tlnK' ,.......?................ 8 6411am
r 4 8 OBpnt 11 Porn ............. ..........East Palu.ka....................... 6 201'm 6 80Rm
A'f K : i() r........................... ftlPnletkae. ........_................. r III ,6 0611U1 -- I
> 7 4Bpm 11 ba Lv.......................... ae...................... ... Ar 64bp 6 !l5am
r.S i r.3 U ... ... AcAC........................ Sou Ytateo.Lv: :: .......... .,... 150m
hl t Y N .......2bpm........... .a 16110 ...........................Rau lal.o ..........................Ar 9 26pm ..................
U Jtlpm SSSpm ...........................DnUOOS...........................Lo --ao;I' 6 Slam IA'
o lIpm 13411pm .. ................_........Dup..nt......_................... 4 ;: 6 80111,1 .
position England. lie Is the son ofa 9.1Mpm l lapin u"........................... Ormoud......._....... .. ....... II 1\1I1 6001101'
Seoti 'minn and was born In 185S: In 1002pm 1 "pm .. .....-................ Daytona ........................... :, 84"pm 8iP d 4HUDI
10 1 ,. ... ... ......... Port Orange ....................... 8 4 87..m
that part of London known as Batter- 10 1Hpm 851,0 2 (8hpm Wpm) Ar."..'...................New Srnyrua........................ ". 8 15rm 1 ISnln
sea. which be bus represented both In 11 loam 41pm ...................... I.aken.leu ...................... .v 1 Wpm 6 Ir.pm SEEDS oy :
.............. ........, 61/pm/
the London county council and In tbe 11 Uom 4 115110 .Ar'' ......-..... Orange City. 12 45'a ,
............... 611pm .
11 400L 600l'm ......... .... Orange! City Junction t 12 : !Stoke care a yield or quantity and
house of commons.A 10 2 Lv........................ l>i\lW 8 O5m; 4 60Dl !\"ulltl' Wb"n your r"'b,r Plusted' '" .
101)11) 2 4 pm .. ..........................Oak smyru..t: 2 8 8Hnm terry e they ?ore the neat u1 themurkeq eF
11 11 MI"n 8 IGpm Ar......,......................Tltnavllle......".............. ... 2' o..Jm 8 ooom :.but they.. bnve. 61,01 Improc \ : J a.
Useful Top. 11 lOam 6 Ol'm r{.........................San(o .........................:. v 11 Mam 6 80pm qua IInv.r\ evor and 11111,011.regetahleee.fa.beeutlNB W. are .up.rla In 1r
An Inventive German, Otto Schlick 8 80pm 11 ilom Lvt.......................... .a ........................\Ar a 50 I"n 11 10"m 11 'Need Annual YltreLeti 11111..
of the Germanic Lloyd) Shipping company ...................-. unfoedi..e..... ............ ....... r 2 aiPm 8 O discovered that 11 1281am Mlln a !filpm O"m" .. ....................,......" Cocos.........?.....................Lv. 1 2UPm, 222..m M. fERRY A CO. Ootroll. Mich 1 1 F 9
has recently 8 .. .........................Iookledao. .......................... .. 1 21"-"m- C f I a
1281..m Mpm
large tops may be kept ,spinnjug on7 1 Clam .j 2 ". .........................FRI1 Oalll............................ 12 171'm 1 4711011 'aYy.r. R !
4 80pm t. ................. ......Melbmlrno. ...............,.......... ? 12 i -eiiw.y
1 IMam Plum 6 10pln ". ..........................-Sebe11tlua. ........................... If.. 11 2lm 12 58um ,.,riri'
8001), ...........................St. Ll1rlo ........................... .. 1058am 1200u.t ,rnm nes,,,,,
//7 "am 6 ..........................Fort plere.......................... .. 10 liOom 11 r 5111111 Rates Via
Siam 15pin
8 0 87pln .. ......... ..................TI"h"U.............................. .. 10 17am 111"1"0 Round Trip yh MS /
8 Beam. 0 If .. .................. Eden .............................. 118tUn/ 11 lip,
8 a6..m 6411pm 411.m IfM.-..-....-..................... Jeo.eD ............................. 10 O1Iom 11 051.11)B Louisville & Nashville .M cute ,' 1 IYv? I II
840..m Slam 6 7pm .. .................._... .8tnart. ....... ................. 10 'Jam' 10 fillpm, vw 4
... .. .........BobsSound) ........................ 9810111 1U2Upnt:
4 420111 iUlpm 7 40pm .-......M.................. \\'e.t Jllpller .................... .. ".. 91R.nl 10 Wpm, P2.ailxoa.ci
j 40am .. ................ \\est I'"J01 Bench ................... S 460m 0 Sepia548am
6 15am S 151'm' .. .... ...... -......... II"yoIOO .................. ........ .. 9 Dam 0OlpnlS The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
i 411'01 -- .. .. ............... 8 12tUn S IIOpm
.................... Delra9
banm S 9 Wpm .. _.................Fort I.auderdule.....-................ .... 7 2IJam 7 51111)11O will sell Round Trip Ticket from Jacksonville I a ..... 1 oA np1 1 .t t I
6 48arn 40pm .. .. ....... .......... .. 7 100' 7 60pm a,
0 ........................... Don'a' shown dates indicated
.17pm to
2r._ 7alO 9 \ _.................... .1Iallllololo...............:+;(.... ". 7 ooom 7 1IlOpnr1Opnr points on
7 7 OOam 8Ham 10 1\R1'm 2opm .. .. ....................Lemon C11y. ...................... ? 8 ago, 7 Oiphi'\ ; proportionately low rates from
...Mt ................... .L 860m 7
7 00110 ..10.._801'10... Arta Ar.................... lIam .........M.....::.::::.1181.: .......... ... S darn: other points
: T\\ 10 R 80..10 ...."'......... Ar!.........................}lomeatead........................:Lv ............1/... 1280,111 1 ._ Ijo 45. Paris, Texas and return. Tick Four Sailings Each Week BetweenJ"ACKSONVILLEa Ill

4 Jutfet Parlor Car11 ou troln.29 and, 78. moot SI..ol'ln8'Can on tyatae"2 and 98.t eta sold May 3, 4, 5\ and 6 with final

Dolly except bUDdoy. limit May 15 NEW YORK
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11 11I1
I1 I1G1 110.23 NolO'' Na.18 No10 No.20 : $::10.4". Louisville, Ky., and return. y
+ Sat. Na.21 p.ll J No.17N o.16 MAYPORi BRANCH. Daily\.. No.22end Tickets sold June 10, II and 12, with !., both wayii. l
DallJ 8un.05ap Ex'. Dolly Dally _Sun. _DolIJ _DUTY _, Uiy! final limit June ::13Bv payment of .._-

..o.!!.!.L''_ -10 OO Lv..J.rk.onvn- I ....,.......A 700'840R lOOp Coop -02l'p fee of 50 cents, tickets can be extended THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN[ LINESDirect I
6451' Step !I 001' ...... 6591 884a121wp S52p: SIlP until July 23.
/ 6621 6181' !lOHpI10080 .SontnJackonvllle..Lv.......... .. HoooU20p,, 1120.11.10,. ( Service Betweerf
02011 \
1080r ......... .lIa1)I Deneh.
7211 5SOp 2401'1108110" ..........A11IntlcBench.! ........ 61M 761Ul,,, 6111 8&R1)IOW 1625. Nashville, Tenn., and return. JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE 1
1 10 Sip 740 72\11'\;' 1110 aMp 8WPI11OOaAr...............May,.,'" ..............-Lv OOOa 710u12Wn SOO ) A'JOp Tickets sold June 10, tl, 12, IS, 19 AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. U

and 20 and July 6 and with final '"\ Calling at Charlenton both way. ,I
i limit 15 days from date of sale. By Southbound From: Lewis' Wharf, Boston 1
------- I Miami with Steamships the P. & u.s., : :S. Compoay /lor of fee-| cents, and depositing P i
J I Close Connection Mads at \ payment So Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jaoksonvllle\ I
ticket, same can be extended

board shIps in such a way a9 r to lessen I Havana and Key West until September 30. CLYDE ST. JOEl: s RIVER LINE t11 t ,

the rfbrnttou! caused by the operlltlonot Each Week. }i6.6$. Knoxville Tenn., and retain.
the engines. The top sbown In the Two Sailings Tickets sold June 16 18 19 23 24 and Between Jacksonville and 3anford. 3.

Illustration weighs 4,000 pounds. Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. lo Transfers. 30 and July 7, 14 and 15. Final limit Stopping at Palalka Astor, St. Francis, Bereslord (DeLand) and I
Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River
may bo aspepteil to arrive fltanddepnr 15 days from date of sale. Ticketscan (

'Captain Homed Frank With the Frantz President.learned to "' IIthlscompanytobeheldreaponnlbtaforanYU These Tim Tableaabowthetlmeeatahlchtr ,layaorafYeouaeyueueeaarialUStbnrehmu\. be extended by payment of fee of Steamer City of Jacksonville !l lI

become n iot 50 cents.and depositing with special appointed.to aall .< follows: Leave Jacksonville, Sun*I:iy.;Tues'Jn\. find 'I'hnrA'-'! '.h,!l'' 'uS jf ,
Harvard< expert university.at boxing He was while In Colonel at- For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information' agent; until September 30th. ltetll1'"lnlf. leave Sanford Atcimlaya.) \VoiI..icailayn and Fridays' ((1:90: n. m B '
Kcosevelt'a, regiment ot roughriders "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. $77'5< San Francisco and Los Angeles Southbound Schedule. Northbound Read 1 ,
i ,
Read op
lu the Spanish war and fought 11J. RAHNER. Asat. Oen'l.! Pass. Agt.[ ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. and return. Ticket sold June 24 to I Leave ) 30 clown.pin .. ... .. .. JACKSONVILLE. .. ... ..:.. .. .....Arrive 1 oo am r' ,111 I
with gallantry on San Juan bilL KnowIng D. July 6 inclusive. Final limit September .. Sol pm .. .. .. .. .. .. .PALATKA.: .. .... ./ ... ... .. .Leave R oo pm 1
lit* courage and abllltyi, Mr. noosef 15. Liberal stopover privileges. .. 3 ooam .. .. ... .. .... ..... .. ..... A8TORft. ..... .......,.. ..... .. .. ... .130 pm I ./ q
lt itter he became president, aye LE-S Passengers can go on route and return .. 4 30 am .. ... .. .. FRANC19 1 oo pm
FAY-S"HO another. .. ...... ..... ... .' '
pointed his friend first a postmaster .. ... .. .. BEF.E3FORD (DBLAND) oopm 1 t
Ond later an Indian agent.One day Denver', Colorado Springs or PuebleoCol. Arrive 30 am.. .... ... ... ....... .. .... ....,.8ANPORD ..... ....... .. .. .. .. ... I f.tGeneral
Captain Krantz at the White I aud return. Ticket sold July 9th, 10 (OJ O am,...................... ...........ENTERPRISE.........................r'....t. ( 1
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to 14th. Final return limit August 20. -
House. and the president Invited him Liberal stop-overs at Colorado Common Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay'St., JacksonvilleF.

Points. (IKuifMUlbbK; Jr., Aaa't :;;;.Airt 12i W..M Bi/y: Jaoeonvltlo.. Fla., I ,
W. W.CUOPEItJr.Frel; .. 1'. NOVELL Supt.,
TJD Vlond"C.
$32.10Milwaukee Foot\ :of Hogan Street! ..Inomonville) ,
Pay A. C. HAOEBTY 0.,'i) Bnw'n fan. New Yoilr. CLUB M1LMK:, Goal' fit Aft N. Y
I \Vifl., and return Tickets I
: nod lien"I..1 MntiaireiGvnurnlMID '
vHs o. KOE VI" Pre.lcle"t t
sold 1 August to. it, and 12. Final
return limit August; 22.: ) CON Pionlfl! ttnrlty Hh rr. Now York Diane Ii. -\\I'0) Unuiriwnv,, lrGRUFTEn

rlrti 1F .!: Dully Mnv 15th to September joth, r

Slioles l WTit r rI tickets inclusive.will Round bo on trip sale, summer to various tourist re-

I .. .' Full information Schedules, timetables Mulgoba Mangoes. ,
etc., will t.be furnished on appli-

cation to G. B. HERRING Largest Collection of Crotons In the United States. alma Phyllaa- I ,
I Fla. Pass L.&N. R.R ,
the IlS Agent W. Bay St. thusetc, All pot grown. Full Line Citrus Stock '
I Best Mactiins on
Acknowledged to be Tm Market JacksonvilleFlo. grows on! High Spruce Pine Land. Address .

o 12w Th Champion Speed Writers of tbe Yortd JOHN B BEACH;' / West Palm Beach, Florida

/ Lightest use it.Shift,More Lightest Fay-Woles Ranaiag.used; in I'IInsRcola taanUanj' other single mate J.B.; : McQINLEY u,,_ ,_. -- --____ ;

See it Before Buying. Funeral DirectorIlnd CITY MEAT MARKET 71T. a
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R. C. DAVIS StAte }(
While and the president was completeS f Florida odd Western Meats Poultry, Game and Effgs.

S I '"JteUused by his opponent It In.creslel B. KENDALL,' Local Agent, Mall Order Receive Careful Attention, pr'S,
his respect for his former ooin- WEST PAL: BEACH, FLA '
raIlE' ana> noting! the good record he At the Tropical San Embalnior, Jeffer&on Block WEST PALM.. BEACH '
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made nil an Indian agent for the .
((8age tribe.,, he. determined: to advance Bothliilenset} by the Staff: (in embalm -- -----'--

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lie iltli, a fuel ,,hu h his III nil\ fr'>suds:: i ir : ref

1 tic lot of green' "orllll"sh and "'".,,!. this end df the ct uny WIll regret t 0
r Like'urth I'mduce (c'" 3tMr learn and \\III Soul leave for Clucagtin

eli'i:rt i the I'tcsbyteriau Hospital for
I.. Tedd-r : i" t :ln, i m >> ; ,,. IF YOUR FEET HURT IWe
'inollu\ r "rglt'd uprtli"n[ i To have a happy home
te"hlY iu the ell I i H \ "
flu mi ,"h..IM, i"I I the 1'ire Department you should have children. I SHOES Iii
Mr.J.: A. Striw'''LMI' ''.in, i I. '.lWIIhIlU> i h.,\.c i lniiiKii tin.' in>;lit for giving the!
They happy-home
are great
dance tins erk, iuil instead of Knilj y See ANTHONY
makers. If a weak woman
.. ):") 'l1on, will give 'tomorrow (Thursday) night. have advatjood from

IB spending tod) III the ally on ImsiTliSh ThIS change wan made on account of the you can be made strong su! TO 50 PEn CENT ,
'l baseball gniiie tomorrowwhen a numb, r enough to bear healthy children Claim"Anthony
of visitors will be here from nulgbboriof with little pain or discomfort Still we are ready to show yon the! -
Mr T. A. 1'eiisli'r tame up from newest styles of Spring!
towns, some of whom may wish to-remair very ShoesARE
M Killil yesterday to look after his business to yourselfby taking .
and Hummer
over ami l take in the dance. The usual! :
{y interests here.MiMRes .
will and the public is invited "
prices prevail Silent Salesmen.
:Mary Rod"y! mid,l ,{isle Sears SHOES: : and OXFORDS J i

ntumed Monduy in uto ng from a visit i
Miami has org uized a baseball team ECARDUIl at the same old prices. Why
with friends\ Boyutor.Ma .
I for the season nf which Attorney R. R. ]Sr let :
: Lena Starck I Ih kll !\f"lIcla" for her OF --
Taylor has been made business manager, 2riil.
'! ,me in JetiHeu, after .1 Miit, with her W. Xi. P'I I
S. S. Conklin team manager, and lobe Douglas WE 'i I '
slater' Mrs Frank IIJm, I, 1'iernia street. ,
Graham secretary and treasurer. The A Tonic for Women j we once :! / ,
Mrs Libby Harb/ and t-Llldren left teams from Daytona and Cocoa have. l Monarch' Pats :
yesterday mornln//( for Fort Pierce to been asked to /go to Miami for a three. It will ease all your pain, reduce .
spend( several!: weeks with relatives and day content, and early in August the inflammation, cure laucorrheo,
ftell.la., team will start up the coast on Bilothti (whites), falling womb, ovarian Queen Quality
trouble, disordered menses, back- 1 Anthony Brass
r Mr. R. S. Pike was a passenger on tour, playing with all the teams between ache, headache, etc., cad make i' at just what they tire marked. .
yesterday morning's uorthbound train, 11Iamand St. Augustine. childbirth natural and easy. Try It.
{ route from Fort Lauderdale to Se At all dealers in medicines, in C fd!
y', en Proprietor E C. Maynard, of the 'VestPalm tl.OO bottles. Prices 2.50 to $5,00Clothing Incorporated
bastion Beach Buggy and Wagon Works,, .
Ronald Goode, son of SuperintendentM. has just turned out a handsome spring
W. Goode of the county convict wagon for the transfer line of Henry "DUE TO CARDUI Take advantage of th,? Merchants' offer and come to West Palm Beach

R camp at Ojus, spent yesterday In the Meaders. The wagon was built from > Is my baby girl, now two weeks ,
"wrttes Mrs.J. Priest, of Web- .
old, ,
t city with friends. the ground up in Mr. 1I1aynar Iowa.e She Is fine
ster City, a
Miss Kittle Adams arrived yesterday where it also received its finishing touches healthy babe and we are both doing at closing out prices.

morning from Miami aud is the guest I from the hand of the painter. It i ii nicely. I am still taking Cardui, t L- F
of the most substantial aud modern and would not be without it in
of Mrs. E. W. J. ParrUli, corner Evernla one the house."
and Poiusetta streets. wagons/ to be seen on the streets, andshows Top Shirts
I the class of work that Ix being UDDDDDUUD 1tt -lf'
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Dewey have ,
turned out by our borne mechanics
closed their pretty home on the lakefront 2 for $1,25

south of the pity and gone to
Jacksonville for an indefinite stay. MILLINERY AUGUST STOCKER % %%%%%%%%r.,%

Remy Magnetos, 1500. Best made, Saturday and Monday of every week First-Class Experienced The Sirkin Comp'y
will be special sales day'at Miss Ponce's
at Fowler Bros. & King's.Miss /

Mary Lou llatcb'ett arrived this millinery. Custom ShoemakerFiuEootsaiiStaMaletoOrder .Jefferson Block West Palm BeachTown

morning/ from Washington Seminary, West Palm Beach Florida
e Atlanta, and_ will spend her vacation Attention, Firemen. _

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'V. P. Chief of the Fire Department J. Oscar Lots.Choice

Hatchet Cheathaui, has issued order that there FOWLER BROS. & KING .

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fremd and son, will be a practice drill by the membersof Wear Rubber Soles and Rubber

Willie, left Monday morning for St. the department tomorrow. evening.All Heels for Comfort / MACHINE SHOP
Augustine to attend the graduation of firemen are requested to be present Residence Lots

Miss Jennie Fremd from St. Joseph's at the ball promptly at 7 o'clock aud Finest Shoe Dressing, Polish and ShoeLaces OAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL

Academy. participate in the practice.PINEAPPLE for Gentlemen's, adies' and KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK

Re*. Henry Hice expects to leave to. Children's Shoes always on hand.

night for Key West, where he will join One Million\ of the SLIPS best Slips In Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR from 200, up,
Mrs. Hice who Is visiting relatives
, there. He will spend a vacation of two Florida. Original stock Impoitedfrom SALE one-third cash, balance by semi-annual
Island of the Baha-
Long (one
t weeks In the Island City. Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front, installments on reasonable time accord-
mas) )In 1903. Will be taken .froin1fields GEO. HASLEHURST & SON ,
Mr. H. f. Burkhardt Is building an A
In perfect condition. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA ing to price of lot.
addition of one story to his grocery
Will sell any number, in car lots, Contractors and BuildersP.
store on the East,Sirle. The present For plats and full information apply to
at $4 BO, F. O. B., Deli-ay! Great rush for: those Dollar Sterling ,
building/ being raised and the new O. BOX 304 .
W. W. BLACKMER, Delray, Fla. Silver Spoons at Idner's. WALLACE R MOSES
story will be built under It. : $

R. 'C. Creech, Jr left yesterday OUTWITS THE.St'RGEON. .------ Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.

uiorning for Stuart and other points in.;' A complication of female troubles, West Palm Beach West Palni Beach Florida. $
the northern end of the bounty, wherehe with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, I

will engage In the packing and ship lad reduced Mrs. Tbos. S. Austin, of ""'" """' ''''' v
ping of pineapples during the remain. eaveuworth Ind., such
to a deplorable -
der of the fruit season. condition that her doctor advised an Gasoline and Oil DeliveryCARL

Mrs. Arthur Spitzer and little son leave operation; but her husband fearing fatal .SN1NN1t1 N-

tomorrow for Miami to speud several results, postponed this to tty Electric
days with relatives. The lattter part of Jitters; and to the amazement of all who .

the month they expect to Koto Michiganto knew her, this medicine completly cured Having: bought from H, C. .DeDerry the city gueolino and oil I

join Mr. Spitzer and make their her. Guaranteed cure for torpid liver, delivery, I hereby solicit the patronage of the; public in West Palm DEll Pf IbO
home la the North. biliousness, jaundice, {:
permanent kidney disease Leach and Palm.Beach. Prompt and free delivery, and courteous treat-
Miss Ponce has not forgotten that chills aud fever, general debility, nervousness
ment to all will be my motto. A High-Class Family and Transient Hotel.
Sunday will be tho'Cbildrens' day. Call and blood poisoning. Best toiic

for pretty hats this week. made. Price 500 at any drug store Try It. I Want Your Trade. Locnlod button WiicliUiyUm and Mnitiaon Avenues fronting "n T!I. VBmil
I I <>\HI'it, adjoining the lucngo Univumlti
Miss Lula Barfield is expected home
tomorrow evening from St Augustine, I Pineapple Quotations. Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for two People

where she has been attending the State' New York, June 17. Receipts of GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST From $30 to $40 per Week.

School for Deaf, Dumb and Blind, and Florida pines have been heavier this Twlc nilmiUM' 'fumi D will spend the vacation months'with her week and quality better. The bulk of PALM BEACHBus All Trains top.t Ajrd Street, to which ill Baggage should be Chucked

parents on Clematis avenue.\ the receipts are 249, there being occas Trips toLantana sRADLHY'a \MUSHBVH, p 'opFl*tOC..

Miss Virginia Crutckfield. who Is at. tonally some 303 and 369. The best 24s and ---"_.
tending the training school for nurses In rHng $2.50 and tl 25 is the top for other ,

St. Luke's Hospital, New York Is sizes. The Florida pine season is pccu BaggageWagons Delray, -_..__-..
pending her vacation with her mother, liar tbis year. It will\ probably last all +t Eoynton '

Mrs.R. E. Crutchfield, and her sisters, summer. There are some pines now gj I
Mrs. H. L. Hllller and 'Mrs. Harry L. hat are very small Meet r and G. G. Strohm Company

Drown, at South Beach.-St. Augustine About 80,000 crates of Havana pine All Other <
Record. were sold this week. The condition 01

r Little Miss Abbie Ruth Hiscock this the fruit Is still poor, but the quality is Trains r Points. FAMILY GROCERIES

morning sold to Mr. Carl ZapF, of Miami very fair. The cheapness of berries and SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MENAtoms :
other fruit has cut down pine prices, aa
t' her pair of fine thoroughbred English P"REE SAMPLE ROOM
Is usual at this time. The generel rangeon Fancy Food ProductsGrain
collies. The price paid was $25.
the Havana stock this week has been
t, The animals were exceptionally fine, .
t and at the price, are considered a bar I 243, |2 and 2.25; 308, f I 75 and t 90; 363, and Provisions.
It.60 and I.80; 423, f I.ao and i 30.
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gain.Mr.. Geo. W. Idner has returned from
i a stay of several months at San Claudio, &
There's Hill! Bowl, Tex. that's Miller.
j Cuba, and will spend some time with a at ,
his family at West Palm Beach. Mr. twice as big as last year This wonder Is Palm Beach
Idner Is putting out an extensive fruit W. L. Hill, who from a weight of 90 Florida

farm in Cuba, and i is/ very enthusiastic pounds has grown to over So. He says:
Blacksmiths -- ------ .kVW. ".
over the prospects of that country. "I suffered with a terrible cough: and Wheelwrights --- -
doctors me to die of Consumption -
gave up "
Talking Machines and Records, all

makes at Idner & Son's. tt I began, I was taking reduced; Dr. King's to 90 pounds New Discov, when __ ""r"r"r"r"'r"r"r1'r"r"" " " ""r"r""r"r""r"r"r"" " " ?" ?"Hh'

Mr. A. P. Anthony and brother, Roscoe !
for and Colds.
cry Consumption Coughs
expect to leave Friday morning for Now, after taking la bottles, [ have more I Horseshoeing and General 1 Re- Jle Fie I el

Washington, Ga., to spend several weeks than doubted in weight and am com pharmacy I

with relatives and friend Th farmer pletely cured." Only sure cough and pair Work

} will join Mrs. Anthony and children In cold cure Guaranteed by all Druggists -
where ale' now visit- == Solicits YOUR Trade.. :3|
Washington, they 5oc and f I 00. Trial bottle free.
ing, and expects to be absent from, the Manufacture of Todls a Specialty .:- .

city about a month.\ MONEY TO LOAN.IF 3fc

Mr. W. B. Watson, one of the popular YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT I Freight Paid One Way on /ClI Out-of-town Orders We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate 2g
clerk In the office of Mr. Wallace, you want to Improve and need moneyto
t do it with apply to Oeo. G. Cui rte, t Prices, put up by a Registered
R. Moses left last night for Helena, West Palm Beach.A 3i

Ark., to spend a couple of weeks.\ Mr. |i Pharmacist; 3g
Watson will make brief stops at Jacksonville HAPPY MOTHER. :
Poinsetta Street 'NorthVest Palm Beach
and Memphis, Tenn., and It is will see that her baby Is properly cared

0 rumored that the object of his visit is for-to do this a good purgative la neces. Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream *
well, we'll tell you when be return sary. Many babies Buffer from worms '

The ladies cf the Owl's Whist Club and their mothers don't know It-if your == ::s

entertained their gentlemen friends baby Is feverish and doesn't sleep at H. N. Burhnng, Pres. E. A. TUd, Vice Pre. W. W. Tldd, Sea. and Treas, I; A. G. RIEGEL, 3
home ol Mrs. nights, It Is troubled, with worms. I -
at the
h' Monday evening Florida i:: Graduate New York College of Pharmacy 2
will clean Orange
Olivia Burnham. After playing four tables White's Cream Vermifuge out Realty Co.

of duplicate,delicious refreshments these worms in a mild pleasant way. ,If you have an Orange Grove, Grape Fruit Grove Pine Rle Grove or Lemon : iiIIJIIiIIIlUI1111UIIIIIIIII1JIU11111 1 1 UIlI1JJ1lIIIIIh1JlIJIIIIUIIIIII( I 1 i't'
,,1 were served and the evening proved Once tried always osed. Give It a trial. Grove that you want to sell, write us and w. will ahow you how WE SELL

t "very pleasant to the numerous guest, Price 25 cent. at A. G. Rlegel'a drug GROVES No. 17 Hogan Street
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