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: April 25, 1902
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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; A JOLLY : SET Crossed: the Lake'Worth J.: Bridge People as They Come and Go- Another pleasant: and successful dance The usual weekly meeting: of the Guildof

During: .the Year Ended People Whom You May OP was given. last night in the Arcade Holy Trinity Episcopal church,. will

March 1st, 1802. May Not Know. Masonic block. not be held next week. r I f '
Building operations have been startec The special services In the MehodUt( S .

". HAPPY( GATHERING At MANALAPAN Probably not one In a hundred would Sheriff,Frohock fills l In town on Tuesday on the third of Mr. JelJerll ll's cottuges Church have been ,so successful that '

v make any approximate guess as to bON on official business. ou Narcissus street. they were continued this week'up to

many people walked across the bridge: Messrs. W. II. Cox and Prank Chase, It Is said that all work on the East Wednesday night, when the meetings

The Merchants.and Professional Men of West Palm Beach Taker of the Florida East Coast, Railway, over of Boynton, were In town this week on Side hotels and properties will .be BUS-' closed.
Lake Worth, and connecting the town bullloe s. pended on and after May 1st. ; The annual election of officers of tbe

A Day Off" and Indulge In Youthful' Pranks. of West Palm Beach" with the East side West Palm Bench
;' ,r" ; .A. Mr. and Mn. II. M': Flagter left St, Contractors Jones & Mianick have operative Associa, ,

Business League Is 'OI'ganized. during the past year.A Augustine on' Wednesday for Ho commenced work on Dr Waterman'. tlon will be held on tbe last Wednesdayof
SON representative has obtained tins month, namely Wednesday next,
.. I Springs. new block on Clematis avenue.
official figures, through the kindness of April 30tb, at 8 p. m., in the Arcade,
Miss Mabel Weaver, of Eustis, Fla., JudgeSaunderaon Tuesday perforinetheceremony <
local of t.be FE. Masonic block. a
Mr. L. C. .
Bowyer, ageut
""All work, no play,, makes Jack a dull o'clock, but shortly after starting/ something is visiting her brother, Mr. Arthur which made II.' W. Wilson :
C. Railway,, and they will provide Mr. A. Blase the boss barber has
the of the bright went with the machinery, and Gamble colored and ,
.I>!>y. That was origin wrong Weaver, In town. Lulu man
thought which resulted in the businessmen and considerable delay followed. While interesting reacting./ ,, wife. just opened up the largest, best ventilated !-
Dr. Baton who has been under theweather1
For the beginning March tat and
most barber
year completely equipped
of West Palm Beach having an old matters were being set bright, Marshal The fleet of electric
B for several days, is much improved Flagler 'Jaunche
1901 and ending March. and, 1903, the shop in Dade County, with four
fashioned last the first of DeBerry, who bad been appointed
picnic Friday; In health. has been safely stored in summer quaratersthe
bridge regllter sho\t-s exactly 552,630 chairs, .at the Seminole, Hotel West
undei ,
what promises to become established sheriff by "the people', placed '
new depot over the East at Side; I
rk people. In connection with thin very Mrs. Harry T. Lewis, of Boynton, Palm Beach. 3t
annual oaHing. ManalapAn Beach, away' arrest Mr poo. W. Potter on the very I
used for store bouse.
total the fact should be considered Monday town with her brother being a
large spent ,
The Has several
down near, the foot of Lake" Worth aiD serious charge of carrying concealed corporation men at
that for three weeks-In the heart 01 Mr.iArthur; Weaver.Mr. Why 'not send THB SUN to youi] work clearing the uuderorush from life
not far from Senator Dlmlck's home, U weapons. A mock trial followed, the up
the pretty spot where the men of business !- out deck! of the.boat beinj(,uUlized for.a l the season-the register was not 'in Guy I. Metcalf returned home friends in the North who were.visiting shore at Freshwater 'lake, with tile
lM it is safe to here lout winter ? They will be Interest
working order
so assume
[ Sunday evening! from Jacksonville wherebe Intention of building a lake-side roadway
? made merry. As told I in, Tim SUN ourt ro'jui. His Honor,. Ben. II. Dealer
that the real total 'slightly over six spent a week! on business. ed in the progress and welfare oft Weal This will be a decided improvement
last, week the steamer Palm Beach ,con was Judges' and Harry L. Brown Palm Beach.
r -veyod the picnicker* tbeirdestlnation was" Clerk of the Court. Sheriff De- hundred thousand. Alta; W. R. Healy of .West Palm to the western section of thu town.

''_ There was an entire absence of anything/ Berry was in charge of the prisoner, During January and February the Beach, and{ her: sister, from Nassau left Miss Ruth Adams, daughter City Rev. S. D. Pai'he has been very busy

'upproacbing formality; every one was who was defended by Judge Saunders register totalled close to ioo.oo> pet Sunday just to spend the summer in Clerk Geo. S.,Adams, entertained a bevy, this week making/ improvements On the

free t9 do us be pleased, and he did it. and Judge Leah, while Attorneys Currie mouth, but during the summer monthsthe Roxbury, Mass. jf little girl friends yesterday afternoonat parsonage! placing new screens on the

The surf bathing at Manalapan is exceptionally and Branning prosecute'd. After tbe average was in the neighborhood .J : Mr. S.'E. Dnwaon of. TUB TROPICAI. her father's home, the occasion beln door. aud windows, aud brightening; the

,, u fine, and of course, wa jury had been selected and! sworn, the 40,000 Another per month., la that SON staff! !left on Tuesday evening, ton the celebration of her sjxtu birthday, exteiior by pain ln$. Such ::14 i pprovatnentsdo b

,much\ enjoyed. Some ol' {the visitor evidence was taken, several witnesses In 'connection'interesting with the.setof, Ocean figures'i pei'ia! "Kill nrf,;ital;: take_charge/ of Jhe Miami The handsomest line f.m9.8tel. and)i much. : to brighten' this'.,pretty

tripped O"1 sunken 'log on the bead beloR l placed on ihe'stand. Counsel for The bnrenupt4uzSUN. y.IHsl tiling for Gre-prlacef, bath. rooms, halls: town, I. | ,;,
the Breakers. total number ol\ "
and fell into the ocean, which accounts the defence made a heart-rending ap etc., is to be seen at the headquarters ol Business men';, fruit and truck grower '
who patronized this pleasant bra Ross daughter of Mr.
'w. for the bedraggled appearance of these peal for mercy, their fervent wordsbringing people ; John ,the Florida;Supply Co.: at Jacksonville; will find the National Bank of the State
I walk for the saute time covering the P. Ross, has returned from Dayton,
gentlemen on their return home. tears (of laughter) to the eyes Read their announcement In this paper< of Florida a safe, conservative 'lcourteou.
bridge figures, is within oue of 19,000, Ohio, and will reside at West Palm ,
of the spectators at cour!. Despite the + institution with which to do
afternoon last Jlr. Don'
., BUSINESS LEAGUE .>r 18,999. Beach with her father. 'On Saturday J,
efforts of the defence, the prosccullpn, their banking business Attention fs
$ the afternoon, the orators of There no more convincing\ Miss of C. Morris placed in the water anew,
During canybe Mary King, daughter W P.
with clear, convincing argument succeeded klud'.it directed to the announcement of this
is best of its
delivered brief Taddressej and proof of the vast amount of tourist launch easily'tlie
the day ling, the confectioner has been ill
In presenting! such a terrible cordon iplendid financial l institution
Ben. If. travel to Palm Beach than Is shown Palm Beach. It measures 22 feet, it appears
Mr. bj
one,of the speakers was of circumstantial e/idence that tbe with[ a mild attack of typhoid l, but was on another >
,TVwter. In his remarks he threw oul lost heart and the figures given above. To the maJority somewhat better yesterday. draws IS Inches and is perhaps the; page. S '
lift suggestion that tbe gathering\ of the friends of the prisoner of people they will be a aurprUe speediest craft on Lake Worth It Is Mr? George Burr, of Buliylou, N.
for tbe Messrs. and Will Weible have
were, in a measure, prepared John
of West Palm Beach afforded and revelation, though at the same time one of the famous Truscott boats. vlio enjoyed the outing to
businessmen left for the north the former for
the The
verdict rendered! by jury. Jacksonville *
+ a splendid opportunity' for the they give assurance that the Bust Coast, Bros. and Company well last Friday with the business muu,
splusli of the mullet could be 'heard as 1'Ia.,4Ind the latter fjpr Michigan, Somers 'bur the Nortu on
're-organization of the Board of Trade. and especially this particular spot, is the known commission merchants of Pbiludelphia Wednesday.
and where will in business. -
foreman In solemn tones they
the arose, engage .
( of few
ifs( stay a days here he
l avrie winter recreation of
unanimous approval
The idea met with have been incorporated under
uttered jhe ono word, "guilty. The de- Mr. Par! Schrebulck, proprietor of the .nineteen acre plot of lake (front
he Northerner.TIIE .
organization wall
and the preliminary he of Soiners Brothers Company
for. of but name
fence moved sentence !
a stay Honest Profit House, arrived in town I some distance south of West
proceeded: with :without delay. Temporary with capital stock of $100,000.00. Theyare
Doster refused "
this Judge Just !
with view
elected as follows: Sunday evening from his Jacksonville: a to settling Here
officers were before the boat whistle blew for the now occupying greatly enlarged
BUSINESS MEN'SLEAGUE store, and will remain for three manently.
Ben H. Doster; Secretary, or in-
Chairman, quarters made necessary by a vast
sentenced the
he prig
sw.ing bridge,
e ;: weeks, Town Marshal
Bobo Dean; Treasurer, Judge Lewis oner to "tre'al the" crowd." TO MEET\ crease of business, W. G.
make all aud E. MacGowan who has been Tuesday, arrested a' negru
J. ,
decided to present jn
It was Before landing at the dock, the Glee After next Sunday, April 37th, tie
identified with the picnic, Charter Palm Beach during the past season, has Jharlle: Clayton, chargigg!! him
all Club, which had made the hours pass It Will Complete th* Organization at a church of Bethesda-by-the-sea, on the
members, on the payment of $t membership pleasantly ilon board ship" by their Meeting to be Held In the Arcade. gone to Cocoanut Grove, and some time Fast; Side, will be closed uutil further violation of the curlers and ..
meeting to be next month to to Honduras for ordinance. When searched, a
fee adjourned expects go
at an sweet instrumental'and vocal! music, at 8 O'oloek This Evening notice The rector, .Rev. L. Fhs.JaIUU'HIIllry :
Arcade In the Masonic be summer. metal knuckles was found in the
held ju the sang,liome Sweet Home;, farewells were expects to leave early next
of the
Friday. This prisoner. Tbis is a ,,
block or the followlug said, and oii all sides were heard ex.presslous The' adjourned meeting of the Business Rev. S. D. Paine will\ leave on Monday week for Baltimore where he will spend fence ,and when I\\
Included the following arraigned before
r h resolution therefore of approval of the sugges Men's League of West Palm Beach, for Lake Helen, to attend the annual some time in the Johns Hopkins Uulver- -Sdcinders
A. P. "
gentlemen: Anthony. : tion that another siich picnic should will be. held this evening ntji o'clock in gathering; of the Congregational Associa-! city- hard labor
E. ninety days at tbe rock (
bo Dean, A J. Lewisr R. E. Resler ba held at nn early slate he Arcade, )Masonic block.' It is- the lion of FJorlda. Dr. Paine will 00 absent In this Issue of Tug PKOPtB'S PAPER .it Miami Sheriff Frohock

+ h Gross, peo. S. Adams George Zapf,, W. NOTES. mention to complete the organizationof till Friday. will be found the new announcement of prisoner Tuesday night.
A. II. Kauffman, Mayor
T.Wbllldiii Thome O., Weybrecht, Jos. I. JVIc- Mr. G. B. Burr, of Babylon, N. Y., the League and a large attendance dl Miss. Anthony returned last week bat widely-known firm of Kohn, Furchott The death occurred lu this

Donald, M. E. Gruber, 'C. II. Miller, J,. was an out-of-lowu; visitor present.On all Interested in the welfare and/ pro from Indian Riverkand Daytona where & Co., cf"1a<'JtIOI1Yille..' They are Monday last, of J. W. Cooley a
l' gross of this town, is desired. she bad been 'sometime. Her n'w in their splendid new block on the "
T. DeBerry B. H. Doster, L. W. Burk. the way down the Lake, the boat visiting years. The tiecedseif wasa /
.. of and Main Streets, and
b'ardt.H. S. Miller, G. W. Idnev, W";'R. stopped at Senator Dimick's wharf and -. many friends in town were very glad to corner Bay !art veteran, having nerved honorably

.. Healey, John, Cragln\ J. D. Morris, G. took on board that popular gentleman, encouraging. Improvements.. welcome her home again. better East Coast prepared than ever to serve' their Oulonel Morgan's. coiuui4ud, Fur *

G. Currie,. A. B..OtwelI, H. B. Saun- who spent (lie day with "ilie boys.." r A delegation of prominent. Del ray' Mr. Bert Katzenberg, undertaker for patrons. ueruf years he resided in \fauip,

(lers. Carl Zapf, II. L. Hlllier, W. G. One geutleman in the picnic party received fruit growers came: to town las Saturday I. B. McGinlcy and Mr. D. W. Fenton, Services not having been held in Hf worked >t1us trade, that of 1 a
T. Fear clerk in the establishment both Holy Trinity Episcopal 1 church for several A.yhort time
DeBerry Harry L. Brown A. special complimentary remarks, on personal business. IsFthe party same punter ago lie 't"S

1 ter. A. F. Faber, Mr. Conklin, E. Kns- and he well deserved them, too ''lie Is were Messrs. J, G. Fenuo, R. C'Taster, len for New York Wednesday, where weeks large congregations were West Palm Beuch willi hk.i ...lie &

cbel, O.1 Potter, J. B. Beach, ,S. M. Mr. H.L. Hillier, the popular caterer, and W. D. Sherman. While ''her they hey wilt spend the summer. resent a( both morning and evening young son; hoping to benefit his .

Storm, H. P. Brannlng Win. Montfbrt, who knows just how to meet the requirements made a brief canvass In the Interests' olhe Miss Diamond, cashier at Carl Schreb- services last Sunday when Rev. Dr. health, but he slowly sank Till t

E..N. Diniick, J. B. McGinley T D. of "such occasions stone 'road being built in and around nick'. Honest .Profit ;House, left for Moore, D. D., of Momence, 111., officiald. 'ante on Monday. The bereaved

Brown, W. P. Hatchett, R: B. Spratt, A. Delray for'whlcU enterprise and Improvement Washington and New York yesterday A celebration of the holy Communion nave the sympathy of the entire
the kindness of Mr. Zapf; a followed the \
Through regular morning
L. Uangh Geo" A. McKinnon G. 11.1 I l there is now in the bank or morning. fcn a purchasing trip. She uiuuity. Tuesday afternoon the ; +
'small party enjoyed a Trip across the service. *
Maltby W. G. T-altou, W. c.l'oUnnlck'l I : ubscrited, abput: f 500. will be away for several: weeks. .irocesitijn weuded its way to the
J. II. Hoffman, F. Iakeln! his launch- and., visited the famous The vbiltora'were greatly encouraged Mr. and Mrs'Cbarles M. Coletnsu, Rev. S. D. Paine and wife spent, Tues. View Cunietery" \ where Rev. 0. i

Strohm, J. A. Dean B, 1'01. Potter, W. truck and fruit farm of Mr. John ythe good kilt and practical sympathy who have been spending the winter here, day on Munyon' Island, as the guest: oi lakburn-,- pastor of the .
shown alt the
Brown. Here they were Dr. Mnuyon, .who- came for them In bit Church, committed the body
shown local fiierchants.and olhere.The the north-bound
Yarborough picking by. were passengers on .
deUll. of : parking aad'sWpping launch, and entertained them royallyduring frrave.
the early "vegetables and fruits'. most generous donation w'as that of rain Tuesday morning, enronte 'to their their on the island. Dr. ---.+..-
The name chosen for the new organ in the Mr. W Ji'. Hatdiet; whb promised to ', umuier residence at Goslieu,.N. Y. stay
that command: such high prices ttuuyon {awaking many elaborate luiuvements /Married: S
isation'is the The Business 1'olell"Lea&ue'lC bonus of mile for
cash '
give a $
; j.oo per M'l11er
e A'com- northern markets Mr. Brown- has 32 Mrs. JY E. and children left ..( and in the estimation of Mr. KKNNK-COURTNBY.:
Beach. mile of road built.Health .
West Palm stone
of Messrs. L. acres. planted In garden truck and no every town, Monday for Chicago where they and Mrs. Paine, It la one of the prettiett At tli4parnouaiie: of the Uulod
) composed _.
juHtee of three,Paul C, Jones and J. Don less than seven men are kept busy preparing --eO' will spend the summer with! relatiees.Dr. pots on tbe face of the earth. ? gregatlonal church, there was

n W.'Burkhardt, tbe products for shipment Tbe Tatks.Fraucel' Miller will continue his dental ed, on Tuesday evening, the y
appointed ,by the cbainpian Many house-keeper will be pleased
Morris. was friends of Mr. and )Mrs. Brown will be practice hete throughout the jf Mr. Charlta A
aumtner. Kenney -id
draft the constitution and by laws., May Monaawith.of Ohio,, wt'l/ to know that there is a place I lu Florida
,l to. \; Interested to know that they intend give. very interesting course of lectures Rev. Dr. Moore D. D., and Mrs. where the beat and most substantial' o'' Cornelia Courtuey. Rev. S.: a
A TRIAL.Th taking a holiday trip' to old Scotland. o. the ladies on "the higher physical Moore,
' ,'return trip was begun about 4 their former home life of womau." lle.i>ubject, is a very guests of Mrs. Madison at PUll; Cottage lad, and at-moderate prices. That place of a few very intimate friends.

.. -- .--' --------------.-- fascinating one for the fair sex, as' she over Sunday", left last Tuesday inqrnlng sat R. J. Riles, of Jacksonville. U nonage was beautifully decorated

Died From a Snake Bite. I Married. gives; them the key to health happinessand for the north. They will visit Jackllo,1J1e. \ may ,tie of Ipterest to those content. occasion, with potted plants, ,

While out hunting- near Jupiter, on 1CRNNt{-COIIRTNav-At the parsonage beauty. In other cities Mine Nona- Charleston Washington before plating tbe purchase of a watcb to know vines, bit and Mr* Kenney hurt
i suite of roonis in the Jeffors rn'bl
Taeadayworning.a man named Savage West Palm Beach, by Retf. S<- D. smith has been greeted by large audi returning/ home,, that Mr Riles' reputation in the watch a,
will reside
: i trod on I large rattlesnake, which Paine, pastor' of the Union Congregational ences who listened! ", lib rapt attention Mr H. Blue, who entered the employ"of line Is such that lie has been selected as till where their they cottage at corner for a of few

Immediately dro.,. 'ILl tangs into tbe Church, on Tuesdoj/ l evening, and *n&nt away with much valuable "Mr. Carl Schrcbnick In 'November special watch Inspector by the F. E. C and Datura Street is ready for

calf of Ms left leg. Everything possiblewas April 33, topi, Mr. Charles Kenney! and indwledge. She will lecture Monday last as decorator for his new store In Ry., the Plant System, the Seaboard cy.Tb bride and groom have a "

done to prevent serious consequences r Mrs. Cornelia/. Courtney, both of' this and Tuesday afternoons in .the Public the Jefferson Block and has since acted Air Line Iud by others of tbe moil ha rienda heortiest at West cooyratiilaliona Pans Beach who and':! d>

dt but all to no 'ayal1. for the : town. Library Hall, \ this ton", commencing at "a salesman at the Honest Profit House: prominent transportation lines that .vi... b. i'Mra

F bitten man died through the night. J. +**-* three o'clock.<<; Every lady should hear will leave, shortly for Bocasdel-Toro, each Jacksonville. Read 1>I. dvt. is Ken' 'Y'" after

t i B ft( the McGinley funeral;&.on of Wedoe5daJr.this .. ,had,.charge f Fauioud" Hor etld Shoes-eAzrTaoHy'1": these talks,. No admission charged.... Central l America, his future borne, t i\ appears.sack week .In tUin p"JI..r. "v bah lIolt:... d ,<'

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THE 'TROPICAL'SUN.Ploa pation in' the primaries two years Says TheJacksonvilleTimes-Unlon: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. :...................................................:

!: '. hence fpn account of thin spociflatioo aud Citizen : "Henry Guy Curlcton'a -- ,- - : Hcwlf Furnlsli3 j,Throughout. .. Rabe. *i.oo POll qay .

R ,',,d': .*r Paper of Dad.County,Florida. [yin the call the voters are now play, Palm Beach, will have all 'D. omi-LiftuwouTU\ uuu. n.uuuniK. o. Spool- Hd t.. by Ul..k o. \Moab' : 4.

t" t>" Donneq \ently auxlolN' to go on record -the; bVtratifnl''stags aettln posBibltt!' OIIILLDG1YOn.1' OUJUUE : .THE. 0' ,
f d I ; .,i TBOP)Cil SON PUBLISHING( COMPANY next November having Voted to depict that'Wbndwfijl< plaiieteand ., \ ,

1 1 ; HARRY L. BROWy. MANAGER.roautHio the straight Democrfttio ticket. in this ttilflie thegreatest- trouble, ATTORNEYS AND, fJOU'f.EL10R8' : .' Commercial Hotel >i 1}

,.'. CVIHY, FRIDAY The Democrats will consequently\ for' 'man danaut: Imitate a i"lace:that Weat Palm" Beach' ) "1'<'la.'h.ll ..' ,'j

''I AT Wl.T eAIM.. .I OH. DADS OOVJNTY. FLORIDA. enter into the primaries provided I.(fit for the'habitation ofAangelaItlil o'
If .'," ,ticket In l Carleton'will not havohtq : :'CLEMATIS AVENtm,NBAR JEFFERSON BLOCK i <
; A YEAR. they voted the straight. u, 'wlr. METCALF.VT. ,, ,
1 : t l,00 castbat'rearlive .
in his tour.
a 't'J'Ijj//1',1 i Noven4eer,1900. t angels .. ATTORNEY'AT'LAHf.NOTARY. :' C. W. SCHMID Proprietor tS ,: :
'; '\" \
r with
.. Beacbi t Istd all the frills. ,
"Entered at the PMtoffice of W t Palm .'" \ .
'a econd-cU, .matter. ,, '. =-===-- : :
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The quiet season at West Palm'e8lb Will practice Ooanty,stale and Federal ;S Special Attention! to t "" All RoomS'Lighted.-; ;
lei \ ,, Home West! Palm Beach young Court .
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\ FHIDAY. APRIL illS. l Ol.: promises to be Ib'u8Y one. I
,, -'". ladies'may profit well by using the LAND CA.BJ58,, A BPKClAtTY.Ottlceln : Travelling Wen .- With Gas, :

following 'formula ,from''; tb "QI1hie,)' / 'raoPloAl 8.x Block.- .: Free 'Sample : ",.:.: ,

"'d A BOARD OF TRADE. The l Denote btis passed a bill pro. Herald and J Era: .i''A young lady 'or Wed Palm' Beach! D''.... County f lorlilaTT .. 5.1' Room \ : .' 1 W

The existence of ti live, businesslike vidlng for an appropriation of [$J 50- this. city had a beau wbo'was I ID the ... 'a' ., ...).. '..0 ............, ....'..........................."...." .. .

'f Board of Trade in u town or 000 fot the establishment of a fish' habit of culling at her home'{' six .. B. SAUNDEKS, Jr.' .

1 ,f ',; city l is, in the majority of cases, a cultural\ l lstatldnjn,, Florida. I nights; tn ,the week add staying, ao 4TTOR/VEY.4TLAW. -:.

,: great factor in the progress; and late that he became a. nuiaanfa: The Corner Olive and,Datura Street., PHfcK e0TT1\GB ,, :

advancement of that, town or city.Thrfnaovement There should be a large; and rel'-| other evening as the' clock struck $ :
j therefore, which has' reeentivtive attendance of businessmen eleven slut gave bird( a- pencil Qnd

I for its aim the establishment of the at tithe meeting ,of the Business paper{ and told him to make eleven' J.TUKWIS, .'. .----- a SPLENDIDLY LOCATED' on t Hid '

Business LeHgueol West Palm Beach Men's ', League in the Arcade ,this ciphers In a. straight/ tine and draw a A. f ,Transient. Rates I'i Shores and overlooking BltAUTIFUL LAKE

a J commends Itself not only to the merchantd vening.; perpendicular I line; ,down !from the L1eATTORNEYAT' and NOTARY-LAW PUBLIC.. ,i __ ._..--.A'--------Reasonable WORTH. Comfortable, airy; wdl''furnlabed' tYh

4 of this town, bat to everyone right side; of tile:llrsand a'line up : f Special Rates. -. < rooms. '
Aw U. S..Fidelity'A, Guaranty Co.,of
who has a dollar stake and who There lit rejoicing all over the Stateof the right side of the fourth, down on Agent Baltimore, AM.OfHce i'' By the Week Good Lone cooking Bud *table service,

l' takes. pride in the Improvement of Florida! that the will of the people the right ride of the fifth, up on the at"o..ne..t CloinattH' Avenue unit N r.rlMuiH .---. ----. ,. .

his horne Primarily, such organizations ; is supreme. The State Democratic right; side ot the seventh' and eighth; Weal Palm Street Dcacb.over tttrohm'H: afore 1-41909' Address Call Mrs. M.. C. 'MIY'ADISONb ''' ;.,i; Co ,
on rop
c,lJ ; j were formed for the purpose Executive Committee has almost and down'on the right side of the .. / : :_

4 w of assisting the municipal machinery unanimously voiced the sentiment of tenth the lines to lie about an inchin H.J..Dn.ANNI mlrm4' ;

j \\ elected by the people, in securing the electorate by ordering a primary length. The.; sho''told MOl to read Attorney and Q n.8ollo.iit.LaIV"' "runrnr" ""r"r"r"r."t"t""r"" " " "nnrnnrnrr" 'u n' Swhether S

:+ t manufacturingandothercommercial forth nomination of candidates for what be bad iv itten. The hint was
f Industries. This cannot be said to most, startling and' the fellow,,' has (tOfflce over Dallk,} you will weara .
United &States:; Senators and all State '
;, bathe principal plank of the plat and County officers. not been seen.J inee. >, 2-161902 e WEST'PALM BEACH. FLA'I == JUST T TO 0 SEE Crown at all, 'we, are "

form of such an organization; here, E going to cut the ''price

-- but there yet remains,outside of this Professor Starr the "Wise Man" The Miami Metropolis takes occasion JAMES E. ANDREWS, :::: of Gold Crowns in two. _

particular line of work, a field.! of offer E We want find 1 out kind of Dental wOrk: like beet. -
of Chicago University, who says thevedding to gratuitous Information ATTORNEY AT--LAW. to,l what} you ,
usefulness that will open out, develop ;ring is a mere relic of bar In reference to the large/ circulation NOTARY PUBLIC, == ''Our crowns we as good; 09 CAn be made-we guarantee them.' == _
?< and present new opportunities for enjoyed -by THE TROPICAL SUN in =Z We cannot afford to continue this cat for more than two weeks. ===
Itarism, probably stands well In Proaecntingatttorney. olBrovfcnl Co.
progressive action, that justifies (South Dade. Wenppreclate the flattering PxKItCK"lND TI S= Mtiko your appointments.
resident of West Palm Beach his own peculiar class, but his F'II VIlWt, FtA. Bra ZYaLgiRt.Office .
';:!) every statements this. be notice and to show that we .fir: il'aB-lyr -
4; in giving the Business Men's Lengu on subject may == 11 Doors South of Datnra, ou Navulnsu: !
do so, we will gladly givethn Metropolis
hearty endorsement. It should be looked upooiI'l/ perfectly harmless.; ;M. BOBBINS,1Attorney 71tI111UIi111111111UIIIlUIlt1IIJIll111I1111J1/IUIIIdUIlU11 1 1.1IIIIIIIIC' '
understood thatthe League; is not However, let him make an attack on any further details it may GEO. .;. 1'" 1 L '/ [
and endeavor to abolish the desire! .as to the, secret of. success and Coun' lor-at.Law. '
calculated to in any way encroachon engagement ., .. ,
," the jurisdiction exercised by the *ring, and see where' .tlfI will which has caused THE Ben: to be Will practise U State and Federal Court,, 2.00 WILL PAY F.OR 'J '
welcomed Into eo homed ,
feel' $ stand with the girls.. Ills mil many '' '
Town Council but rather tot '
throughout the length and breadth *
effect law' wouldn't be worth a minute's purchase -aaayr The Jacksonville
I that body in putting into Daily .Metropolis
"' J of Dade County. The proprietors of .
which framed for the bettermentof : .
; are M. D.
have not been "buncoed'hy
the people and their surroundings.ST. paper L.D.EATON1 From 'now.until DKCKBIHRK; \ 1, 1902 cioverin; the entire 1
I. The'Jacksonville Metropolis Is right; purchasing a "salted" list; on the HOMtZOPATHIST.WEST scope of the Political Campaigns) of the year. Address
when it speaks thus of Dnd County' contrary they were well aware that) I'ALIBEACJi.. FLORIDA. Flat

ff AUGUSTINE WAS FIRST.- favorite: for the office of Railroad they were purchasing a newspaper\ ReHldenee poeltehtothodletChurch.. OffleiClviuatln CAllTEIl &&HUSSELL I'LULISUING CO., Jacksonville, t

In enumerating the vnrious causesr Commissioner : "R, Hudson Burr, a: that enjoyed the largest; bona tide; OIIIcu hour. 8 venue to 0,..next.ni., 2 toMaHonlu to 4 and 7 1'1.10.to lip| l,IDHuncluye ) .rh'M,
whch''render! Ocala distinguished, circulation in this' territory. They :it to \ r 1 Banner remarks that it prominent merchant and truck. roVi. Attention liven *t Ocala
: the also hoped, that in coining; to Dad \Vomtm and Children. no
er of Dade County a candidate for You
.; wan Ocala that gave the first boom! Uailroad Commissioner., Burr.: was a' County they would meet with that! -- .... LCol rUl Ul eliinlnB dyeing and wh 1 te'fn '

to the growing of oranges for profit; that is TT O. IIO OD, BI. D, .
j ; courtesy essentially a featuia
member the last and
Legislature, SHOES at the BUCKEYE SHOP
;f This leads the St. Augustine Even- in
well-conducted newspaper rclesi! PHY8ICHN AND SURGEONOffioa
the author of the bill '
.', ing Record to remind the Banner was In this respect: only, have they any, Genuine English Pipe Clay used on White) Duck and Canvas . .
Legislature; ; providing for 3-> over Strollm'a tore, 'wfesT PALM 3-14-tf Old flank B"ild/ng.Dox448/ '
that long; before Ocala was on the occasion to feel the slightest dlsap Weal: Palm 0 eac4
I cent fares for the railroads of Flori-l! JJKAClf.: Reddens near_Royal Polo-
map, the orange ,was one of the pointment. ,
la. lie is a hustler\ and has mndrt clan Hotel.PALM BEACH. 11-el .. i '
.. principal money crops of St. Augustine many friends in the State, who are GRAFTED,.
!i +\ and vicinity. Up to the time ol The tourist season at St.. Augustine Mulgpba Mangoes.Largest
___I working bard for his election." '; i 0 POTTER, lU.vD.? BUDDED .
I the great; freeze of 1835: the (orange has come to a close.: !t. A
I ; In and around St. Augustinewere : r.'t. ,S : Collection\ of Crotong in the United States. ;Palms l PbyUut ,
t groves 8-98-O8 WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
famous for their luscious fruit An Italian organ grinder rfrrestsJ us, etc Allpotgrown. Fall I Line Of Citrus StOCk 1 +
in Near York the other for NOT1cI7 .:.. ; grown High Spruce Pine Land -'
I'I, and the port was filled during the begging ;- rv,, PLATTE M. D. [

shipping season with vessels, which on tho streets is much;offended To whom It may concern: i JOHN P. BEACH, : West Palm Beach. Flu, t5 )fDon't
The nndorglKned/ hereby give notice that PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. d
I '''l' carried cargoes; to northern ports because be was, compelled to pay a' on the :2Urd duy ol May the will, by petltk.ej. l
i"!' Shortly after the war the growing of' fine of $5: though he had at the apply to till Hon. Minor 8. Jores, Judge oj and Telegram delivered' all boar of tho day : West DlMICK" KIEGEL V' \
( time about $200 on his and CircnltCourtofthe. Jtb Judicial Circuit ol night ,
k for profit began to attract' person Forget Proprietors'Palm _.
oranges FORT Fla.
f Florida at Titimvllle, oe where err he mall! ia.39-i_ .
?J attention and in 1875: and 1876 confessed that he bad $12,000 salted be round for a license to aiaaaKe,take charird ,
le : way'in bank in Rome besides of and control her I>U. IIOUOHTON e?
; there were more oranges; grown: Inside a property Dud to becomea I 8
'f'i the city limits of the city of St.: lately having sent $2,000 to his free dealer In, every CHARLOTTE respect ; '. "DENTOS" That we have, at all, time., I Beach.
iy j't j Augustine\ than any place In 'lol'lda.Y < daughter!: in Italy, who is going; to *-*, f JIOLLAMI DOCK PHONK ID It. choice line of !I

'pti w: Every back yard was a miniature marry a count. The or.,; grinder; 1' _WEST PALM BBACH.T FLORIDAANDWEST.ERNMEATS ': prug" '
:.i ... ,:
who is
9 sixty he will retire from NOTICE.
f j' orange grove and there were several says T. DANIEL, '
1 In the Circuit Court.Seventh' t ......
"business created :
ei Jarge; and profitable groves there having a competency Judicial circuit, I la Chancery M ...._ Store.DEALERS
1 : 'bearing all the way from 50,000 to lIe, thinks a man should John Dude Cunuer County, .'1..1' dlt. J ," DENTIST. .

500,000 They brought retire at sixty. ]n thin. respect betakes vev > la Divorce; 'I' COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORWA.1.168tGuY'
oranges. '
EvaCo..n".. > '. j ;' I --- --- a
j high prices and found a. ready mar- the high ground; held by some To Eva Conner, Greeting: ,. ; Live and Dressed Turkeys b
eminent economists and philanthropists. It appearing from the affidavit o! W. I. i. METOALF, .
j' ket. It was in St. Augustine; that
MptcalC, Solicitor (for the Complainant In thuf Chickens Butter :
j Toilet AMiclesS
; j some Of the best varieties were Introduced above entitled cause, that yon are a nunreMldent NOTARY PUBLIC Drugs, :

i and propagated and it was of the State ot Florida, 'And that For tht State of Florida at large.Deud.Morllagea'Lea.ea Cheese Eggs, Etc. ;

;;: 1' there that the famous seedless orangewas : "A visitor to Gainesville" says your lout known place of reeldence. In K3T: and Contract Fine 'Stationery anaDruggist's
Went 811,1} Street New York CityBtato of Drnll d. ,
: discovered and distributed. the Gainesville News "remarked' in
<. New York that you are over the age oC Conveyaneiegtiepecinlt'.
l Attention to Mail Order.
_ 'I t the presence of the News man a few twenty-one yearn. of age and' that there la nq! All on Work,,,. Unaranteed In faoiMcii.Legally!Bun: Block Correct; Prompt Sunories.PreacrlptionsCarefullyCompoundbd.
9 THE PRIMARY I IN DUVAL days ago: 'I'll declare there are one In tliln'" State upon wboin legal! eervtee, Went Palm Beach. Dade County, Florida.It. .
i. t can be made In behalf It therefore i
; your ; la ,
'l'''. i It is interesting; to note the politl,1 more pretty girls In this town than ordered/ that you do appear to this Mil of complaint : 'yALLACE MOSES' Faber Bro's MarketWest East Coast Business Solicited. v ,
('''' cal sentiment that prevails in Jack any place I know oHo its size." Irs filed. In tbla caaim.on or before the
Fifth day of May A. D. 1UCU.: the lame being Succfttar to A. W. Robert WEST PALM BEACH.<: C-10-OO> ,
; sonville\ in reference to the call for plain to be seen that this particular: I legal, rules day.It : Palm Beach. rgl
the primaries. The Metropolis : visitor has never' been in West Palm la furthe ordered that thU'" order be REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1 }
; ,,1 says
Beach.-West Palm Beach TROPICAL pulillahml once -n week for lour coneecu. Agent fur Went Palm ,,",u,'" Town Lots alo r ,
"Local still discussing
: pohticans are West wat>Work.
the weeka prior to askS Rth day; of May A., OTAHY
J j\ the probable result of the call SUN Why brother it WAS a West D. 1004!, tn Tile THOPlrAL SUM .a newo- *-;AveniiH. near PUBC.IO.Clematl Olive.Street AGENCY House
", !I for primaries Issued by the Slate Palm Beach man that said it. Don't paner publlihed In Dade County, and St.alo' 11.21-1UOI' Went Palm Beach Florid. : -
of Florida.Ordered --
Democratic Executive Committee ask us his name, for ills business .- .,
: : f' thle 8 such that it would CONTINENTAL ,
i} f' last week. While It is admitted be n hardship for C. DEARBORN, 1 .

:( that a large number of voters i'WlII him to leave West Palm Beach hurriedly. Clerk of the Circuit' fonrt of Dada County, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER: '
; Gainesville News. On Florida. Plana an",, ipeclncatlon prepared.Jobbing Clean Rooms
1 iy," be challenged) under the call, the .
W.I. METCALF work given prompt attention at PLANT COMPANYOf ,
of the fair West ,
of Palm Beach
/, much talked of independent move- name rVillcltor' theCnmpla4jiant. Shop on Datura Street And Good S '- '
_ ment will hardly materialize on no and the fair ladies who reside therein, ,;'" j;.

3 1/ '... count of the discovery made that we demand to know the mime of this NQ TICS. '" ,r GEOUGE o. UUTLISU. Kittrell, N.'0. Wholesome. Food. 4""?;I "

\ the call Issued last Tuesday positive/ man, that be may be banded over to CIVIL ENGINEERAND \ ..\"' ..r'

ly recognizes a primary election in justice. Ai my husband, P, Q. Sproul, Rates $5.00, Per Week \\A
left bed and board I 4
; 4.. ... 1004, and any one who f.ils'tb vote my warn FOR OADejSOUHTY.ZrO Table Board $..50 Per Week ..l1f",
the Democratic ticket next November After preaching all person trusting him, ai 1 pay. : . a
a strong sermon .
\ very no debts contracted by him. r.B.C. Kv. POMPANO FrA. "-1.goo' e Near Corner PotnsetU" and ,
;, e ; it Is alleged will not be allowed one day, the principal subject of! :2t CuARtoTTB T. SPROUL., J'' CARNATION A Specially..NKS. Streets Banyan s;

I to participate In the primaries two which was "Honesty," the preacher r, --" -,... ,

1 years hence. The people of f Jock: said"I: want every person In this Water'Works'Noti We handle ROM and. Flowering Plnnl for' Wi2STPALM: | BEACH, FLA. 1 I
R 'I o' O, I.. liber Glee St. Mary.1 1..
'1;;' onville retoo much Interested in house who pays all his debts to AGENTS WANTED. A aa. of your patronage, solicited, li-l-tl { ,
4 ''', the election of a United States Sena. rise." Immediately every man, woman Line or T. DR WITT'TAlnAGIb"/: .

J:; tor two hence tj allow themselves and child arose with the except tin. Boo REV FRANK DE WITT TALMAGE, Offers will be received for 100 MAII ORDERS PROMPTLY\ FIU.BD
had niwovlata editor VOSS
; of
Chrlxtlnn Hern Id.
v cords of 4-fool wood Jeae HOUSE
:; to be deprived of a vote. ion of one. very old and poorly dress- Only book *n l..Addte_ ..RAJIK' COTE: r
Rnormao.prCttaraarnt.w bo nit Auleklr. _per cent of which snail, be good, i-i 4f P, .. The
:: O. Box W Palm reasonable
144 most
The outfit ten citntii. WrU tilUAKK. PU r .
Should Senator Taliaferro stand foe: man. preacher felt gratified to ImmmlUtoly Boarding
r : a. 4th ba run... jr. .Mention : sound Hghtwood, f. o.. b. cars, House tn West .
'h : Palm
Raae. ..
S Beacb.
re-election 'and it l is more than know that with one exception nil\ bis p nJ5-4t within 150. miles ot West Palm

I Y probable that he will, his friends flock were honest people. Then be 'Beach. Bight reserved to reject Board and' Lodging 'lIV.3Bvarnto Week

I L. want him to secure every vote possible said: "Now every one who dosen't Seaboard Air Ltaa Railway any oral! bide W. ARTSON, Street! ,Juat Eiut ol Ticket Qtaee,

Y ,;, In Dural county, They believe pay his debts arise." None arose Operate, the only htgn-cUss WALLACE MOSES, MRS. E. 0. voss! Prop.Monroe .
!; "' that his record deserves a hearty In* except thai poorly dressed man daily train between 1$" Augustine, Agent Florid But Co jt-Hotel Co. W.. TAILORINC- i t
dorsement and will bend "Well brother wild the .Jacksonville and New York 'Obi ter rVy: West Palm Beach.: Fla.
't they
everyenergy my preach.
,,; fvallon., Compartment, Drawing* IB All Its BranchesPRESSINGiCIEANNG Dorsey's I
lr;; ;; to bring this about. Severn! ,","wby U It that you do not pay Rijom' and Dining Care, of Pulp D Shavin ParlorBanyan '
t r, leading; politicians yesterday and,J 'your debts?" The old man replied: man's l latest models, constitute the -- Ht?oar Ollvta .l.. l

today who agreed to participate In. "I am the editor of n newspaper! and personnel these superb train, **. ,PALMS SEATING PARLOR' : Cooper's OldStnd|!' .. v...

an Independent movement have these people Are my subscribers, Leave St. Angastlae- daily at 8:15 Ylldiit elaaa: Ton.orla work 'by tba BEST SERVICE, and "' fi

r J";' t abandoned the idea because they do I and-" Let us arise and be dis- a. W. Leave Jacksonville dally at SHOP UNDER ltelluhle HOTEL," PALMS DYEING AND REPAIRING n.14 (>PROMP1a ATTENTION '

} ,KID pot desire to be deprived ol partici:1 I missed," the preacher said.-Ex, 10 :10 a. 1>:.:' w...run juMh. ri*. Shop on Olive St. West Palm Beach :-: 'VU.l'.Brand CltAbl. l-ANTHOlllY'i .-'a Y, l fr


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.t,. r VI, I ities In' Florl",."...t.' : ; \ ; ': it revolved, That the attached: call for a Democratic' Slat +.err Kinds of Boat Coods. i ,

)\ made, the first primary elections] to be held, Tuesday, tBe" 5tb! t '"
,,J';>',, ''' ', }, *,V;' There, can be) little] doubt' 1' { 1962, and the second primary elections] to be held Tuesday,j\ the Bleyclesand Bicycle' SuadrUs. Btoves,dflnwirt,Door,Sub and Blind !
ann.: ; ". % : .;.,5'&sF:\' mbreaktngp.tbewnlrof.. / Heni'y' < A. D. igoa. ."#./"."*" All Kinds of(o'JshlngTackle and sporting doodn '

F., ""i ,; ,(tfplaiit; t through,tire '' resolved, That a campaign committee, consisting' the UMolln Btovcs. Blue Pla me Ken ea. Oil Stores.GlSMwar I'
t ; "i"' r\? /'New York courts was{ the : of tbla committee! and. six: other to be named Dy,him, *,Lamp..and ......ru.. H.rrl on II"'...' Ready Mixed Pall i "
4w : ,:',i :h\' :, '. |directly regponnlT Tor the the list of officers In- the call, and f also have published In gpl1 Mat1Order.dl.ea. Prninpt,Attiiilon. I1'i* 7 "
1 "' ', of the railroad of all State and !
:N cabnorption list officea, county, elective and appointive -
;: ..I. ". "" "'Plaut System by the Atlantic are, in compliance with said platform, to be chosen at sale

Rnilway; Cottipauy. Not only shall prescribe all, necessary farmland blanks, lutes and BICYCLESWheels Iftappy fiome. ti
1 :;\''provlsioiig of that rather and cause to be done all thing Decennary or advisable to be .
a .4l vvlolallve of the Constitution with such primary elections not Inconsistent wlth'sal
i A .lawn.of t.New,York State in the laws, to the end that the letter and spirit of said Democratic! dition'; kept When in you first-class want to con rent If .----- ...--..
""FY "th.entttiluleot of the property Jje fully and fairly and impartially complied with, and said a good easy-riding Wheel go to youThe usa .P
r ''0 'would'uniloubtedly have shall have charge of the matter of the campaign. between the "
.' :barrier td the ainalKatnaUoii of elections In November, r
'ing ralwayr.! .. of the .. Stale Committee of the State of 'Florida calls. aDd !

'they been allowed to stand; of a Democratic: primary election to be held in conformity And Get. FamousPAINT
.;'mei.t ''Of the" eatMe And the spirit of tbe platform adopted by the Democratic St at. Con .
/ $
the properties among/( the id June, A. 0:1900 aud in compliance with..the act t
sttlble now to coiiibine the State of Ilorfda'reKulatinfg: the holding political pure I A Rambler .--. "S*.- -svsv---

ep''taUh''; '' "'the'ir rNor'tii' rn May 31, 1901!) said primary elections! to be held In each We have just received
biglot Buying
'l aut.latttefLcl .a of Florida, at the legal polling place In eaci election) district Wheels For Sale. \
.. In suck 'enables
'j p it f common owner hll'?| bylaw for the holding of election! on Tuesday\ the 15tb large quantities us to get
,).1n?, v't6' !)n<:reAse4-:ti'> 1902 the.nomidallou of,all Democratic candidates for office, And General Repair Work done by an the lowest prices, and to secure cheaper

efficiency., be voted for by th& Democratic electors at the general elec Expert Repairer freights, and places us in a position to
y After''July\ lit the Southern 4th, 1902, and to be appointed by the Democratic Gov give our patrons BOCK BOTTOM PRICES
___ ';", and Use Atlaiitlo Coast! Lins wee the date of the holding of said primary election and
v {Jf :you once use It will] have no -other. Come in- and familiar with
,:. ing together constltutp! ,n' the primary election A. D. 1904"' and of a Democratic Candl you PAINT get our
_ the Seaboard. Air tine Senator to be voted for by tbe 1>Democratic members of the DEPARTMENT

ever before'i; a union 'of the' at its session.: A D. tyty; provided, that a second prl W. P. HATCHE1T

lS,\oE,,course, by n ct jmeanj: .an 1 ,under the, provisions ..f said platform and law, shall be C. G. von SCHOELER 'RFFERSON BLOCK: t
bility, ;of; the. future Am 1?;' [ nth day of August, A b. iopa, io choose between the hl<{h. Hardware ,
must,lii tknbly become Bciive\ nominations shall not have been made by majority vote in Watchmakerand .

tar. BtinK.' /PS, ,.,to ,what ,will aud at such second primary election only such electors .A *AAAA.a4AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAg.
fete- ,, ol the Plant vote at the first primary election shall be permitted to vote. Jeweler.
p forbears In utc'iss'ful'operali'on' : Stale Committee Callidgf said primary election In W, HEIM. w. BRO.U>WELL, M. D,, rhynlolan and Snrgron '

,.;'. 'P rt1"lIftlp ;Key Wes('ao hereby declares.. the term aiU.) condition on which I legal] ARTISTIC I Registered Pharmacist,office In Dm Store.

,t', The position gf the Florida become t> !; candidates or to vote at such election sliall be regarded ENGRAVER on. ..

., '.N''" Ral'twl' {m'; thet""n; ebvrallle) ; 'members of the Democratic party 'nud therefore; entitled to WOOD or METAL COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY
..connection.: Its lines skirt candidates'before and voteat such elections, as follow: e
'inure east coast of Florida, ( \ and only] these persons! shall be permitted to become candi PARLORIn 111':11nltOADWELL':: =

s. iS ,vsonville j ? Miami. covering an at or participate in the management: of any primary election ZAPH BLOCK, Proprietors. ,T"-
territory with a rapidly party in Florida, who arc white Democratic electors, who t -'
Next door ofBEMINOLE
:'senger and freight traffic; at : l to the principles and organization of the Democratic '
point the Peninsular] & ] \ / and county, who, If they voted at the general election held Entrance, Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals, .

y hip Company maintains 'an ) primary election then voted the Democratic ticket, national, WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
jiervlce to Havana direct.to H are by thelaws of the State lawful electors the election

r '.way! of KeycWtstjJtt'Kt! t.s i i!:! : : ;. offer to vote and who 'have paid their poll 'tax: legally due Exporuinaod! workman'' Cleaning. ....and... A FULL LINE OF-, J
,, ,ftahamaa. Botfi"tlJe rahwny before such primary election is held, and who when chal- ltepntrlnaakmllnllydone.| Perfumes. Rubber Goods, .

'l atea'mshjp propertiei, ire .'} i pledge In writing upon an oath, before an Inspector, their TrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTAuxilliary Toilet Articles, Cigars and
as Absolute control of Henry <1 support the result of such primary, and vote for the nom-

Standard! Opt"Conipanjrtjif! n } / and Stationery. Tobacco..1
; Yacht"ARTHUR .
.. of for each !lu tbe i -
+1 ab80Iut .J er-.aa\.owaer hlp the Supervisor Registration county or event i
r lrector' of the Say'tl) abt F.. some person designated by the county committee shall open +
"' ,Western Railway, as" weir '011 and keep tbe same open f r the registration of voters in each B ?> .YYYYYYYYYY'fYYYYYY/YYYYYYY' .YiYYIIYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYu .

'Atlantic: ] Coast Line, and !it the.lath. ,.. ijth and I4th days of June, A. D. 190.1, and shall .
Unquestionable that it is his .l1n7\ white Democratic person applying, who is entitled Makes daily trips between
'' purpose to deflect tbe great: lcS ]awlI to be registered and persons so registered shall for i1
traffic to and from Key West, ( 'primary'election be:.declared to be lawfully] registered. j. MCGIHLEY & co.

i. 'the .B h m '-aua possiUly\ tfi elector in the !State qualified to vote in said primary elections .West. Palm Beach. and: i I. d
Aotillio theri: ):'of to vote for one candidate:for IJnJted! States Senator; one ,Die III. \

ihcnce nort .l'\ar1'\ aid ; f.'T"; Justice' of the Supreme Court, one Secretary of State one Munyon's Island : .. Strictly First-Class ..
the East Coast 1.the.i- fit i tbl. ) Commissioners, the"nuniberbf'rr'2lubers' : of the House

-, it is significant 'that only r> few- to hich.eallh comity!"eiJUtT tbliy7aiy.pfie,( Tax Assessor one =Stopping at all Points of llnterest- It6 se..Furnishings
t "|he.,Senate committee decided \ County Treasurer, five County 'Comanhl loners and three memo ,

favorably on a dijec! \ ar4 of Public Instruction. Etch! such elector I in every num ,-, ". .'. ,. :. : "" ,. Draperies Window Shades
'150.000 f.r<'tleep"eidg', ( the"h lrlct'lhall' have tbe right to; vot.efoe; One.candidate for State St.ea'er leaves 1 ,
Weak.: :Palm Beach
Miami and of 466,667 tmJer-< : / / ; clectortln'\ thei Fiflhyuuli.Slxthjiidicjal'circuita: j have the Wall Papers '

;,, fi Contract.: *. ". candidate;;. for, Site( ) Attorney +and County solicitor for his *. at.. 10.30 ATM. : ,Returning. ,, '. ,
. e '" The assured'Industrial and ', '. .,1 '
Ir ;. arrives at 4.80. 1 ..M.VRoundtrip ; : Wickers Japanese
destrTiigVo'liav* his name the elec. (. ,
/ development wf alt the vas!' person printed on primary '
t ritory lying,southeast! ,of thp, for' qj j'r Jptflte cffice, ,lUcludlnfj\' '\ members of the Legls- : : S ; ; .: ; and Enamel Goods

Ida Peninsula 'umke the Vr ; ( : taEes Senators;,ibdll.file) Wto" ; the; chairman of tub committee, Ears, 175Centsir t ,. c
4 ambitious.one. There!:;.f* ; n :day of JuiieA)6i'l9'i;;:notice of! candidacy\ aud application! i [ Freight Prepaid Anywhere: in Dade CountyJefferson

.... too, the possibility of a printed! upon a blank] to: ,be furnished, ;by ho said..chairman,: N.B."' -Finest' blue'fishing\ir 'i'and trollibnltake f. : .
< the! Florida. keys from! Nfrtoij; ; $ ) an amount of mone'tetjual! to 5 percent! of the annual com.. i'' ; 1 R. Block WEST PALM BEACH
{ t ta.
%' .. : 'West. The dominating\ o for.which! he is.a candidate! !:, and jrto'flume of any such candi .\'.h, :, Worth. '. J, [I, Deo.4rf':- r I i-ir tr ,
.,' .hiQd-.ttJ.'UUA:: ( ,of 'atman: l upon oreountedoV'jetutrted It pt.nte1.upoa! any such'ballot ; ,
>;, '., 19UI1&bul.: I e..atnl <
'. shall Immediately,after the 24th. "jrJav1 of June, A. D., "
energy and "enterprise and p 1903!) SP OVtI"Ek! S' : '
"'. 'the.eaQJlIece.ary10} all \ :' S'I1P je ,i ibIisDt4"1tt' fie. State, for, !'pablicatioti.. a list of.all aE MANGONIA BOAT WORK'C

, : 10 IUlllcl1ii..IJ. *; I't: 4i4i:! ,. beunrso1 died as'' candidate* for 'such office*, and shall certify".lo ..'I1J'nlture .
; The! Plant-System-Coast-Line ch: Bounty committee a'''listlof all inch candidatee'including; ? agKag8. ., C.CUTTKELL, Manager' ;

may have more significance' ( : !,and e. h' person Desiring t4< |haves i bit 'name! printed( oo ':transferred Graying, done and atjreiaona: ;g. eras!' I! Shipwright Caulker and Spar Maker.
: -
on the'surface.-New for any county offtci shall file" with the chairman of the ._
pears tuerclal. committee of his county' on or before; "the a
Re" 1311f } : ; I of candidacy: and application to have his name so printed, o-$eated Carriage ; _
," PI U :: .IPjtr: '!?, sum of money fined by! the county commlttee-not rxceeding Or' Single Buggy o < Boat Wg stside
the office and the chairman of the : Sfibps., of Lake, ;
F t'e: jpemoct' ats !and, t 2 I 41, ., \ co'ilpensatirn! ,", p[ .
a*. I t,' i Leoigebtr'a'odetbugl4'' t l 'shod' immediately after the 94th day, of Tune*/.&.. -Di*t90r: ; "For'hire'byXhour' or day, :, 'at MANGONIA.
;. published the county for publication; a list of all aveordera: afhM6plUa 1iiwese'
m House ]leaders Friday when .. for offices which have,been-so Ieil"L! : .*" i-J. '' i,i-i'' i : 5alienates ,,7urDI8bed ,on >New ordid' Work. .
'began on the Cuban !: icl'CWiiRteiwtonaJ' ebniinlttecH! tri tie State'arehereby' yes \-tr .. .. I teasels; hauled out and taken oare of for thn Summer. .
w < Thet v lhhrew.ltd:; f.iuf iil -:.of '' '! / : cooperate with' ,,this committee In tbe JioldinK: of said primary '"""- ',. ;;1"::="w"fsl ttTNew'ldea ,I:.
1 In : m.tt.Q"ILw1al4! \ \ oa. : hal,ui.i>- >Khl.eommtte) r'feUall, cpon.request of chairman 'Ii" \ L .ilkAIrWork. ; Done With Neatness and Dispatch.
tioo of committee cause to .be publrsbed and certified to the chair; in Trunks. \8EA\ SKIFFS A SPECIAL. U-.-o2
of the ,
germaueness committees the names of candidates for nomination lot Coil-

meat to remove the certified: to him.'by.any; such Congressional,commltte'Tbe! ''.', -
.,,1 relined augattujinjt\ } tb.sl elections shall bn byj ballot prepared ill1d used In accordance' 0 okokokoKokoROStoKOttostokotCOStostostoetostoatoreostokolto,,okrr
tlfe recifiruclly! agreement t P : of the Scale election\ ]law\ ?and shall be printed and distributed ... L" JC
W \ of the Democratic'county cotnnmtteea'of /
in the bill. The votefo ,o of all Umtul Truscottl'Boat M' Co.
{' printed firal, Ibe'u"mes' taridiriatea for i ; ('g t
decision of thit"tbalr made in alpbabt ical;order;'ends t next' : tliej names of ,all xaudi. ,
Sherman, of 2t{ w.yorkl!, ; If!" !' Congressj aniJ 'thfcn ;foHow* >fr.In -the rder in which the o CON8TSUCTORS OF, ti. j
the number of ..- Ibis:call th4 of all candidate lor Slato,4>ffic8II;
t Republicans to 7 1.n4wnlch'hiey4bepytatribed)!( : by the respective county come O '
lug with a !solid1' t> 1Dbcr ; < pall Caddl ies.forf each county office-all substantially in f t f High Grade Pleasure Craft i
accomplish this result.! JI.ull : ballots used.,in gent..fdl el>?cU6nsj /; ,
r tbtt \ ear5.tctory"the r [ ', / : Co,!t1;\\I. BMcntlve Committees ol: the various c unr ,.. Vapor'' MMo, ors. ", o -
p.f'Fl\nlll1 il all the u
"i .\ .'in committee; ; \ the fixll tuy aftejr.fuch primary sooner returns
( ntycololrl lioiisi slid pabrlcly'enuvas.thereturns'and' des J. ,D. C. MORRIS.Agent, -. o
'a and l .Jg.| House by -al, eacfi \
later !! have beeif'homiuated by uiajorHy :;vote tbt tou\ny I ,
m..jorlt1Wlo: Jos. Oil "t this( \ ). caaeaasecemLrimary> wilt ,have to be held anij ,tile> tat" t. r" /." 'or ..-, A West. Palm ''Beach. Florid, tolsolaoiio .7 2
64 Republicans voted 4 wilv-( : \ M s'tfld mnulteca\ ; ivituln tw r-'xi(avs tb reafter, shall cer- \: ; I i'
crats forlbe-fcttiendurertk.' '" ofthe'tSthte pcttlJve)( ConioiHtoe, 'aod to the members of the io7toltoitoltoltotsolaoitol.oateor.ol.osolao7sossoktollotr o l.o:;.
P then pass-il by an from tbol"'rel\ptlc iftcol.atlci9.nlle'. result' uf said( ''pri '
jority 247 to 32.An'nnal7tia ,. \; ;.pccllY; ; .sjCouitiiss. ) ..saowIn* be'' raault'in'eacB'pre! ,, : of the"..0 f.---" the chairman of the CotiRrenitfonaJ! ..C"nlQ1Itee.IIue"sl"I'ti: : R","_. a nw IdeA'I U''Irnnk. It' I I. '
Republicans and..12.1...rDaino ,, "r tmembet of Congress and trom the consolidated'' retuins portable ttrr*Ing""Re.with drawer in.t."md ol' '
4 for tbe amendment bill, aBd4J : s th<*State hi the Executive Comiutnllte\ and shall, at 10'' loo.'clixk;declare; on ,,aol IniiuHplo sr buuun: .'anift tif*the*erytA;bottom: city iJecUle and
licans and io Democrats ; f fgo jjpieet; of'Jcksonville the topes, .ut. ...more thane good bOil trunk ,
*"" *...T" J" been nominated for Unterl .$SiatcH.Sen.ator Stale:ofncen Hhlpprd C. O. D., with privilege to "..mt.*. .
;" t ) in what such case: if Jinyi) ; a second primary is necessary TCCD'. stamp for Illuxratcd""lalo"e, '"
iy Congressman Davis ) to e.nv.Blend ruling o( tbe county committee;!halbe .4i"/ I \ "J'; "SfALLMAN.nai >1'1". ;
Florida's Congressman ( ,,Jmi 1y 4n] 'pjc!I"eTIUbe'! CegiWa'ture':' before >\ ucl F. Gravel: ,Roofing, .. Concrete Asphalt} Paving
Davaft) &./ qtPli'Qf'p.cd, .. n. ; : : C 4. ;w.. fPrf1l.ICtNet';; I' '
M M >V6rk .UteV-fepeaklnsrat: I 9 count executive committee< in each, otlal1..ban.', through lit': tea-lyr r' CO14UUUB! OHIO.
w" .tt
t+rg; tbe bolding) of i said prlmary?ceriify-tollieichalrman Title. Companyafter1'' dotflg'' considerable work for ?
Jefferson anniversary 3fanFr! : ; the rtu"llfr) : of qualified white Democratic electors in each! ... .
r York last JrtdaVii? .)io. sp 'upon the final canvas 04 tbe votes caaf in lOll primary\ < MbDodatJ'Mcflul'reMr.'llambr'agetitforJoiephJefer'On; ( : ;

toast -"Democracy la the by error or fraud nlQre'.0'1" have been taft Ja.aay.eounty. \ \!\\urelsfordl3ros. .? j i 'I Mayor: ? Whilldiuf! t>r. Muoyon Vf1. P. llakcliett, Anthony,. "
; ; (:Sl t..to; : Jatd.kir1>.City State office than con 1. Jfit1t11st. '
L,; Cou"rt""I1IIIt.J" ) la'.ldlo ll fy
r. P,)j "The !S4ateofNew, 'Vorlo 'tI1 i rt'turlls from said cpiintir) or precinct a4t9duq\,.office.40.as to Real-rJstale and Insurance( ; : ; back to complete :eon''r recte: for work! here ,an4 Atianlttltn(| i,, q
for f *
credit President < .I election.
the next )
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cap.Wb& otfcetlhaa bavid B.' : >ttate fott'o/6tJ' / bttng voted for shall have llie right to PALM BEACH. FLA.. AUGUST. Any one desiring( work of thU! kind 'would do well y yto

I say that tbe solid South la, challenger'at the polls at each precinct in every county write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jaoksoavllle ,
has been solid for Democracy and challenger shall be entitled to be present during tbe entire : Public., Cottages to Rent Our are reasonable and all our work lee( i
deserve the nomine for tbe : to challenge voters ami also to witness the counting, of the Notary or Tampa. price
dency. wish to mention that, of the results after the poll are closed.] Tbe ballots poll ,Garanteed. ,

+ W earnest.:*II,Democrat,' < from : ,, after records, the primary of tbe,election baa'.been shall held,,,be ,prcgerveit ,by? the"county II 8-t-iOOi- Toiitonco! PWaoleac Bolloltnll.lf..tll ao....,,,, ; ....1( ,*n,..,. East Ooast..\Work .,Solicited,, '

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yh, I': t I' MIAMI BUREAU, Tbe Board of County Co mm inuloners NEWS OF lSO-IJTIf I nrIJi You will be sorry It you wait too long 2 koKoltoe.or
m' I'I'0"' in many instances are simply .... ,"", The; early bird catches: the worm..'and, "
',' likewise tup first,comer the first lots -,
for of gets
purchasing agents people
THE. TROPICAL() SUN Dade County, and'if f their eyes have Tip Top Prices and Good Crops cheap. Townley Bros., real estate dealers i SITES & e. !

become so blinded by circumstances, ,Making: Farmers Happy. : Anthony Block. _.' It r .
Office in Dlock Twelfth Street, near _
Idti I x ;,, Avenue C. so that they cannot distinguish! be- The crops of pities kill' be on the; r MEMPHIS, TENN. x
Brief Chponlole of Event of the) Week market earlier Ibari usual this, so
S. E. DAWSON. MANAGER tween a. profit and a lose to the tai o ESTABLISHED >*8oRKPHRENCS ,o
From Fort Lauderdale to Cutler early that it will, push the growers of '
f IL payers of Dade County, why, it will Y Mercantile Agencies National Bank of Commerce : '
% 'Buyers Active.Mr. > late tomato crops to get their goods : South' o'o
,.' 'I All mihucrlptlonn.. mlverttneincnl and order For be well for the tax payers of Dade, marketed before o ern, American!Pacific{ and Wells Fargo Express{ Co. ,f 11'
; job work: North of Fort LAuderdale received at the pines claim: the ; .
_this office. County to put In their placer, men attention; of the commission house 1 0,
and Mrs. Kirk Munroe, of Cocoanut : -- -Jobbers of, '-- o'
d : : whose financial optical organs are. in Grove, are taking Cruise\ to Cape The new cottage Capt. Key, about' to: 11

a normal condition. Sable with Jas. B laxrohaqi. -:V three miles from Miami, on the Allapatta -' Mackerel

TO THE PUBLIC. Can the Board of County Commissioners Peacock Ion, at Cocoanut Grove, will prairie. Is sufficiently ccfinpleled Pompano, Spanish. I

week the explain their fniiUy -k o"f- clone for the eea-on on April' ,jjth, for him to move in. The captain has a x 0
Commencing thin management RED SNAPPER '
:, of the Miami. Bureau of edge ol the law regarding, the lettingof after a very successful aeasou. V',
contracts for public works? The toad from Miami place that will Boon become remunerative. x
to Cocoanut
THBTBOPICAL Sun is entrusted to I Pineapples>
1 Grove la In a miserable condition and 'EarlyTEGET'ABLES.
.1' Artichokes
)Ir. 8. E. Dawnon.. formeruljv!! of the A
'"am Bargains in improved anj unimproved I unless something ja done It wilt\ blJ' impassable On one of tbe prairies that extend: : up Tomatoes
PiflmJieach in o
stuff at West
II1 city properly. Townley Bro Anthony when the rains begin. from the ROltgrounda, northwest from .
fJ succession to Capt. IPnin4llJntiher, Miami the average yield has been from o or
Block. The dance that was to. have been Very Little Sale For Oranges
fearlessly! . _____
& who so ably and : l.Doged I given last week at the Allapatta school loo to 150 crates of tomatoes per acre, It. ..

the department since its inception County Court Notes. house by Misses! Hooka and Jnudou, was on account of' the protracted drouth.Of Prefer buying outright ; not on Consignment. Quote what you have j .4

t early in March up tc tbe.time that,, The County Court' adjourned Tuesday postponed ou account of (Ihe rain course there are Instances of better WIRE WHEN LARQK tQTS OF FANCY FISH TO OFFER" i t

hilt state of hooftlfcnando ft Imperative after six: day's sitting' A motion for a Mrs. Aberger and Mr. Clarence Marsh,, yield, but thin: la the average. Q oo _

\ :' ; for him tcj fefre from cllve new trial in the security on attachment of Clearmont, are visiting Mr. John Although the rains that fell here the o o o o o. o o o o o o. o o o o o. o o o o o o, ,o tto __ ;

newspoperwork.' \A'ficommewl? rMr. bond case of Lissiter & Bechus "sl. S. hooks of Allapatta prairie. They are latter part of last week were too late to -

) Duwson to our triendavjief wi ex- Warner & Co., nnd Peters Bros was grandmother and nephew,.respectively do the old crops any. good, repoits front
overruled by Judge A. E. Heyser. the prairies say that the late tomatoesare WEST PALM BEACH
pprteueed journalist, anti) btte'pciik for of Mr. Hooks ,
C doing finely since their "drink of ,The Evemlade Produce Coe
a him.tbe kindliest consideration. There were u pleas of guilty: to various ; There is more talk running around I good FLORIDA
: principally and rain water and the heffrts of the cropersare
offenses, gambling
!V I ; about the extension of the railroad downto
V i I <' carrying Concealed weapons were recelled. Cutler and the people down that way proportionately joyful.: will pay, a liberal price for Tomatoes.; Will want live to eighthundred

'r IGNORANCE NO EXCUSE. There were some at criminal I want to know whether it Is electlo'l.\ear\ Commodore A. S.: Haigh, of Cat Key, crates a week tor ten weeks. Correspondence solicited.

It Is axiom'of that! and nine civil canes before the Bahamas, is at Cocoanut Grove with his
t an )Jaw Ignorance cases talk, or I is it genuine railroad!! calk., ,. I' -
(, of the law shall not be admitted court, all 'of which were disposed of, There r has been of yacht, Carib nud will remain a week or -

ns a plea 'fnr.... .extenuation) of tin of there being very few continuance: The late for cheap lots out quite in an north inquiry:Miami more. The Carib is a beautiful yawl, Lute LumberShinnies

tense, end under: ) this statute men criminal cases were principally gambling towards the cemetery: lots tbat are fifty feet in length, designed and built by Biscayne and Sflpply 1 Co. -
carrying concealed weapons and Commodore R. \V. Munroe, of Cocoanut Lath
,1:". who were not "tporally guilty have listed at from $23 to FLOG each. There
convicted selling liquor on Sunday. Grove, last year. Mr. Heigh expects BRICK, CEMENT LIME, PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnell Crates
is boom demand
I r been technically ol small no only a great for
In conversation with Judge Heyser, to make the voyage to England next MIAMI FLA SSi'SSlT J A CONRAD LT"
cheap lots. o T.
i/ offenses, and punished. Thelawsuvs i and be "' '! **
: who has been in this county at yeais year present with the Royal 3 IIf
no man shall be guilty; of ignorance) we were told that when the county seat I The heaviest shipping of tomatoes Is Yacht Squadron at Coweu. rN --.

) > of the law then It certainly behooves about over. The prices hare mattered, I
; thee One of the .
moved farmers
I was to Juno many years ago thrifty on Allapat
those who administer th some from the reports of the extraordt '' oetotoetoetolto5eoltorto5toetoetoKollo.o co.oiv>KO to O (O..O..O..O..O
: effects of the county government were ; ta prairie is Mr. Charles Soak who i Isi

\1 .lnw. especially those in whose hands packed in two soap boxes and poled up nary yield white In reality the clop i one of the few men of this seetlou-who
owing to the has been
\.: lie the expenditure of public monies, the lake, in an Indian canoe. At this the ayerage.poor season? below i keeps cows Mr. $ost's packing: of his I A Special -I

r. to be fully (posted na regards/! the time there were only between seventy .: ,fruit is a model of neatness and care end '

; 1;!' ways in which tues monies sbnll be and eighty registered voters in the county During the past week several trees be says that he finds that it pays him i ji

1'1 expended. as against 2414 at present. At that were burned down between Cocoanut well to take so much care and pride 1 In

I i f t'.; .' The statute is silent as to how time tbe county records consisted'of one Grove and Cutler and fell .across the preparing)his vegetables, for, market. lIe i Bargain. o
j deed book, one mortgage book, one miscellaneous telephone wire, and as they are at points has been located out there about three
food supplies and supplies of clothIng record, while tbe probativeoffice distant from residences they were not years and his Industry is rapidly turning 5X

i \,'" for the' use of county convicts, boasted of one record book and reported until late in the. week. All tile place into valuable.property. .' 0 i/ A 7-Year'Old Whiskey ,. 5M i
4 : shall be but it is breaks .
etc. !
f purchased, miscellaneous record. At that time there however have been repaired and

specific in its declaration as to the wasooly 163,000 worth of property listed the line is In fine working order,again, ', "Walkover" Sb ANTHONY BKOS. I At $2.50 Per Gallon'r

; r tuouner in which all public works, for taxation.while at prevent Dade coun o ....._ n

1 rs', .' and) supplies therefor shall be'C' ty'1.lax) : : list boasts -of something near .- 2if V: :st lO-Year Old Whiskey .. 5k

carried and All "
on purchased.
y -
bridges, public buildings.roads, tools o .: At $4 Per Gallon -, 2X a
to work the latter dynamite for Large and small tracts of land fofruits y -IIwM; aTRL. EAst COAST 0' FLORIDA': ../\ClJ,\ o, 2X

and vegetables. Brod. PARADISE. RICAIN1! .
blasting the contract for :
purposes; oo o.b
'Yt UI
Anthony Block. oX' These Prices Include '
i/" the building of, or purchase of, and
-- I 1 : Jug: Delivery 5
shall not (mark 'tlm words) shall -
The Fishing Industry. r FLORID EAST COAST:( RAILWAYS 2o X
not, be let until bids for the sameliryfe .' o
) been and Bay Biscayue U becoming more and ItW: Cash or Monet Order Must Accompany Order X
properly o
duly more recognized as ihe'greatest fishing LOCAL TIME CARD No, 40. In Effect April 15 )1902.a ItS X
for, and the contract shall point in Florida. Hundreds of the
go to the lowest bidder, known sportsmen of the United Stale*' IOUTHSOUND.REAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. SV So: N. B.-We have the Beat Imported and 5

i I' The law does not soy that the I have been here this season, and a great : Domestic ,Blackberry Brandy. ..5
No 39 No. 311 78'NoI
No. .5o
;,' Board of; County Commissioners. 'I'' many are just arriving. for lhe...<4arpon Daily Daily MAIN LINT Dally\ USUy O'1C.:

II may ndvertise; it gives them no I fisbing.Lost N. W. o'n' cruise S GOP 0 40 5 Lv.... ........... .. ." .. .. ............Ar S 11II& Oir MIAMI CLUB BAR, 5
; season George a
r option in the matter, for It says that SOp! 1148.Lv.,......... .....: Jaok.n.IlI..L.. ... 1001' S "t
I'I : from Miami with Ball Brothers, caught S ......."....... ..... Bt. At, rustlne...................... r 47S 48ahi 5 2- Phone NO.92 Miami Florida 5Bant'of 1akolo71o7soko71okc7eoitoteoUo71o71071071011o51oko7eo71o7e
they shall advertise! for bids in all 'SP1127. .... :..... . i }Ir' the record tarpon,.weighing art pounds. tj ". ....:aa...... ..?.... 'East. Pa.tka' :,.... ..:..::..:.:.:::46sp666a'4a'/ ) o ko56ot1o5so71o/ -
\ matters connected with, public ............ .......... : ;
.5 7 Nooga> ...................... 456h 8J1\!
l This season, John Hunter, of New York, upll Jtl. ...................... :Humtelli...............:......... 809& llL l- l
i .- / buildings!; improvement of or build ; caught the record bone fish, weighing lit Itpl1'' t7V ................... ,.....Dupont......................... 401p 60'a .Ii p.: !
D .. ........ .... .i
ing of roads and the construction of i \\Yi pounds. This last named fish, a 01' l06 ......... ...,.:...... '' p 1117.538& i" .. nt ,

i'',. Jl'r bridges; across streams along public ; which is found In no other waters, is 8001'8381' 3 .25.P V ...........;.............................. : : : Sip tl p Coos 1118&110:; .. : 0 f Bay Biscayne C illsJ : ; \ :; : VlwPnnlilonteronil Vlco-rnwldont .'' < "

'; highways.! '"Beginning\ to be considered the,klitg ol ..,.... 05P...............:.. ...... ll.yu.ns..3.1 BP....... .n :i Cushier. .
....... .... ..
l t ,. i:1: 8 '71' ...... ....... '' ..... ,
,' Tberes is positively;> no loop-hole of American game fish. a ..... aptP................... ...... Up l' ...... 31- .. :i
.s 0 ..... 811' ...............,....... .............. ........ ...... ae / : :
Ir ;" Sh ALL. There is no manner of' means The mackerel fishing In Bay Bircayne, .... .. .. 167 ....... .... ..Jo;"" O.Ule." .. .. .. ..:: .. R .. J Capital, $50,000 .' ><- : :'
which last of '"' .. ...,... 4 0111' ...,....................M..lbourne.......:...:.....:::::.. UtP.P.:..::.. i 8" .. "'" ;J: -r: .',::
"I by which the Commissioners can year was a source great I Z //i:'.... ... 416P ..................... .. /.b..tt..D........................ 66.. ... "" MIA .MI: '' R twist out of their wilful to'' profit to dozens of boatmen, and pleasure !Is':'! ....... II U I' ................. .St Loot. ,....................... 06. ....... .Ii JT : FLORiDA : : ,:
neglect ... .... 046P .................v..rtPletve... ...... .. 0\1. ... ... I<: .
n, t:' inform themselves of the letter no'" to hundreds of tourists, has been al. I. ....... 66JP..:.................... Whit.. (,11,......................:....Ii tll. ...... ."iI. oY : ,; ,,< f'ti\! ;
....... /OaP .i............. TlbbaJ.... .. s,, .. .. ,
k" well ns spirit of the law most destroyed this season by the use of 8 ....... OOep................n.. .. ........................ Y8s.& ...... a.S'. ": governing seines and nets. 'No time sh.?uld be lost ....... 61tP......................... JEdenensen?.:........................ Z7e1 .. ... n .. Pianos \ ;
: 0 their conduct in the expenditure-ol .7" ..... It p ...................... 8tu.rt. ...................... 10 14. ...... $!: Organs Sewing Machinest 7'\? "
In securing proper legislation for the !':! ...... 16' I' .......................Hope sound: ..................... O eta......, K .wt :;'t
i r :; the monies of Dude :s ....... ............., ..
,. public County. 5p. .We..Jupl&er..7.;....... a 8' ...._ Q >'
protection of the fish in these. waters, as III ....... 40p.....................w..t P.ha B..ol1.................... a'It.a ....... ;;: "" sell direct from the Factory .
; '
rJ : And when they have let a contractor baa been done for all the East Coast wa ...,..... OOP..................... ....................... 8 M& :...... Kf The Ce lebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment ;.<:'. .>t
I',' contracts without) conforming to ters north of here. ........ OJ I' .....................'Pt.Lauderd.. e....................... T36a....... Ii SI The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos .

,, :;. the form prescribed by tho statute .- ::::::: U C :::::::::::::::::::::::.Lemon Lltf.i .:::::::::::::::::::::::. 651 185*.:::::::. iJ Tbe Klnganuiy Pianos, tbe Wellington Pianos "

r d in eurli mutters, they have laid) EDWIN CLAPP'3 SHOES $6.oo and BUFFET. PARLOR. OARS Oa TRAIN 84 AND 75.B'JLANCII The Chicago At the Cottage.Very Lowest Organ Prices in twenty-nine and on Liberal styles.Terms. ,

.; themselves liable to prosecution by 17.00-fittest made-at. ANTHONY'S 1 LINES SOIISDULES.PALATBA Catalogues and Price Furnished on Application. '?'

1 4 the proper* (public ottiViaU; for the +----* *- :' Old lastlllme,ts Jakan In Exchange .<=*- Ha Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine "

f law gays that ignorance: of the tan Another New Industry. AND EAST PALATXA.Ne. .. Nwdlm.. Bird Attachment tor all kinds or Bowline' t Machines. Mall Ordora will .
Messrs. Hans & Rose have : receive
shall not pie-id ns an excuse: : when started prompt Attontloa.COK. >A

the law has been vlolate.l. another while It new Industry revolutionize ia this city, which, flatly. 67 No. 65 No. e3 Ne.Dally 4A Ne.Dally 47 erartux5. No.llally 40 No.Dally 46 N.Dally. 10 No.Dally 54 N.D.IIp. Se AYE. I). AMrM11A1tUttN"' NLoRUA: 'J... W. ERICKSON -;
not tbe build '
In what position then does the may 10p S76pfT6. sea P.at a......, r e a Jp ri rrwp _n-tr
S Hoard of County Commissionersfind ing trades will enable people to built! 7 60p 16 _fl56a O Wa Ar..Rail PaI tkka.Lr SOSal IOSaii 455 off 706 J4 -
very attractive homes at moderate eosl. ,
itself in regard to the letting lIU.Yl'OB'l' DlUNCK.S"4"1" ; r
These gentlemen are alar'ing the manufacture r
r, t of the contract for steel bridge over of concrete building blocks Ne.I e No. 17 No. S pdf nitatre!
:\ Dally 1)aUy Daly ', No,9 No. iNs.. 40 .
the Miami! river? One instance; which when laid in tbe writ have tl e gaily Daily Daily

Tae TROPICAL SUN: U well advised of solid I'' P a ...... ............. .................,.. I i1 :
appearance stone.The 5 V 115 p e as. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .............,.. a ii.llt p Op r- Large Stock
us to the ground;, on which it stands. concrete is furnlsned at a moderate OP COp005a1.v,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 .,................. 17p OfOp I8 IIII
1 16p ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, : .....,..,....,,.,. V40aii40ii_ Small
t ,;; anti it is prepared to quote the cost, less than that of brick. Tbe 0 OO SO 10 t8. Ar., ,Nayport. .Lis 7 a5 a ii s'k eao 6p t ,,1 Prices

;I t w words of the statute on thin quest blocks are made in any finish in wbfch SAN MATEO BBLNOH Good Goods .

",4i ion.. The Buy is. not pursuing/ Hone>> is cut, and present the same appearance ,
NaT '
'i, prosecuting any main )but' it will have when' laid. They will erect a Dally N.DNIy 46 : arA.tova. N4e Na SPRCIAL ATTENTIONs

t Introduced Into the business of building at the corner of Avenue C and a ................ ........ DeityV Dallyes 0 GIVEN 10 Man! orders
v ..,P. .' .............,,.... ......... -
Thirteenth street, which, will show how IIla.A'...... .......... a i>
Dade County the .. ...........Hanilaleo..... ......................Lv .40. fl
r name
saving,: It looks,when finished. .Undertaking In all Its Branches.
f' ; methods that! the merchants, who . sANFOBD BBANOH. .OlU.NOm OI'l'Y DR.A.NOH.s. ,

l..{' I are members of the Board of Com Another Pistol t l t t Ne. 3 D'TQ0 U1T$
Toter. Lally Srnox,. Ne 0 f STatrosa, N t! No,t 1 EDWIN NELSON, MFaml Fla.-
missioners exercise in thu Ua Dells +i117 Dally ,
: conduct of Last Friday Alight at Dan la, where the Dally
Ws vTltuo111s,,,,.,.,,. 1-4'310 u
', their own business In plain English train was temporarily detained by a hotbox T .,,,.,,,,,, ....,,..,,..,, r OD P ll 0l 5 .r..N, m'rn., r t p Op "
0 as a ,.,,,,,,,,.. .. ,,,,,,, p C p Lv 17 66 p p --...
? ; el O1 11 80a 110
I ;, what merchant buys his stock of Froliock stepped off aud a p L..nnR+City Lv 516 p tM
1 goods except at competing prices began to circulate among the crowd.! Ar.Ong.Otty Jo.Lvi740p 414p.

;> s. Ot Ii he has a buyer and) dillcoverlJthat Directly he saw a negro acting in a suspicious from These the Time Tables Show. rbe times si whlahtrdn. mghnpeet.dtnarrinutddep"' rt WILSON I & FLYE -
eev.ral.t.non5 but their .. ..
manner and evidently to .rrh.1 0' .parwth. HmeS.teted I.
i nay .
i that buyer la purchasing: goods Compaay. ).old IIt 1I'U.d.
slip\ away. He pawed through the ;iLerotrom:::: re.polI.lhl. Cur any: delay or any oon.epteno.s .rlklag! --DEALERS IN- ,
at higher rate he can
'' crowd around tbe train and slipped off
on the! open market, will not that Penlnslilar and Occidental Steamship Connections .
road. at Mfama. '
up a cross But the sheriff was .' Staple and
ril)' merchant with the extravagant buyer close: at his heels and ordered him to halt.He BETW'JIIEl'JlUAHA' JOlly WEST AND HAVA.NA.. Fancy (Groceries ;:;
conclude that his
buyer In Interested
did so, gave his name as Henry .
In paying such a lilgb price Boyd, and when searched SOUTHBOUND. NOBTHBOIIND. FRUITS TOBACCO
for the he ; have concealed his bottom!was found to t...)flama. Ilona' ..W..dt. .,.,............ ',,1100 I' L".Havana, Tu.....Thu... .................1It/l( and CIGARS ::
goodsthat puri choses 'for in a fine, Ar.KeyWest. Thu". ....,..,..., I' l ArKeyWes .' .... Thur.. .............,. / )
new Smith & Wesson LY K..W..t.r".Tbu.: ..........,,..: 'lOp L".JoP-W..o.Tuu Tbu.............,... 30 p .
liia Moat
;, employer niturully and revolver of the Ar. Hanna. Wd. Fri.. ......... 'OOp Ordsre TaMn J
lit Rshlno"
latest He .5 Our Ar.MI.ml. W..d. Frill.................... a pea L'JWEST PRICES GUARANTEED and Alt ,'i(:J.
also most naturally will that merchant pattern. was brought to MIami For copy 01 Local Time Card address any Agent Oooda Promptly D"J/u"Tf/d'' ce

neck for a man who can bay' and locked up by tbe sheriff. 1. D. RAHNJBR, ANt. ,,
r .-_. Pau. .gent, 8'1', .A1J'GUSTIlfE, :PLA.. A'"ftmu-e D. Near 14th St. .
;x t' b bid goods at a lower rat. MANHAT TAN SHIRTS-ANTHONY r'I. MIAMI, FLA.. :. ;
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I n. Biscayne!, la, we understand, very seriously is the Season wW. ; ruitisGcaroe "': I
----- -jy f> ill at this writing ;

Fr Links of, Local News Picked up Miami Is strictly alive. AH the merchants ... .................................... ............ :

I"I"1" /1 Here and There. are doing a good business andreataetate And lu offering; tills Hue of Evaporated Fruits, j 'J

"Is'teailily advancing., I.1 you get a big variety of Paocy Goods free froni.bugavj. ... i,
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,!...'\ i1A I Brief! Monttbn Or'Cul'.I'entrvenL' Gathered Mr Ed Ki'nfj.Jij! ,,qulte: seriously ill at and webs. tt--=' F .' I'
by TUB: SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters > his home near this place, on the' drange READ THIS LIST Y ..

During the Week. City road, the primary cause being/ a : :. ...
Evaporated Apricots, 15 cents pound I
carbu cle. : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound :
J. II. Cook, representiag' the D. M. Mr. Eh rath, of Lemon City, was in Evaporated Pears, 15 cents pound
Wygant Co. of N. V.was registered town Thursday making purchases, and, Evaporated Apples, 15 ceuts pound t y

lu town last Sunday y as usual, brought a bountiful supply. uf I- Evaporated Figs, u'/i cen a pound i
I .Captain Alfred Baker arrived from tier;;, laid eggs. Big line California Prunes, 10 eta pound

Key Largo on Wednesday, Ttith.a cargo '-Altbougb the heaviest shipments of Fancy Layer.Fi(B, 20 eta pound .
of tomatoes on !he loop "WHd\ Rose." tomatoes are over, a large amount of 2 Fancy Fard Dates, ta4 eta pound :

\\ There ore many I.Louses in course ol vegetables Is still being shipped tron : Good Sun Dried Apples, 10 eta lb :
\\ erection down townrd the Boy front, Avenue this section. 5>a pounds good( Roasted Coffee, $r.oo _

I B. being<< especially favored in tills! The hotels and boarding houses In MIami 33 pounds Uest Flour, '1.00 -6
"rld I respect. In spite of the fact that the tourist .i- 17 pounds Granulated Sugar $too Yo.

The residents of Fourth street,between season Is over, still..have'.a goodly num '. s Gallons Oil, 85 cents .
before the her of 3 cans Milk, 25 cents I'
Avenues C and D, were up guests. i
, vy v last week, with to 16 pounds 'good Rice, $t.oo ,R ,
p City Council a petition Mr., Schrablc, of the Clyde Line, Is
pave th'at block ; but as there was no again with us, after a hurried trip ..................................................... l

$5 OO' meeting, the petition has so' far missed through Orange and Lake counties,
fire. iMr. i looking up the Irish potato business.

'I S.:W. Douglass, of near Lurking The schooner yacht Bucaneer, Capt. Twelfth St. Between P, 0, and Blscavne Hotel MIAMI, FLORIDA

/ Post OIfcewae1 in town last Saturday to Graham: carried a moonlight excursion
,. f worth have made a big Frame for bis'wagonwith to Cape Florida on the' evening of the
a capacity of 108 tomato crates. 23d. A most enjoyable time was re luor
Thin is Another pointer that tli. crop is ported.

HatsSold not near picked yet. ; Maj. and Mrs. Pardue of Biscayne, XIMJtNIES.I

_ ,,u t :Miami Is surely growing... Very few were in on business today, Maj. Par .
I. towns pf its size can boast of a surer or due is making a beautiful grove at

more substantial growth. Of course Biscayne for Lee McBrlde.of Cleveland,
by us in the year ending the town Is "short" on some things, Ohio.

1902 but as long as we have what Providence
April 30th, Mr. C. M. Barlow, who has been Dry Goods Notions Etc.
furnished gratis, thing cannot.
bete some time in the interest of Bean
far ,
very wrong. & Co., of Jacksonville, left yesterday for
DIVIDE ::/BY $3.00 :Mr Geo. V.;' Miles of St. Augustine; Boynton to look after the interests o f
President of then Florida Coast Line his company. The Only Complete and Exclusive
Canal 'and Transportation Co., and
... Mr. C. M. Room, owner of the hand Dry Goods House in Dade CountyWe
wiU'ha Capt. G. Glrason, who has charge of
: and you some interesting figures the dredging for the Company, were some yacht Fvatner, has gone to South
G'CYG4GKiC1G' 004.0.0Jb here Wednesday, having come down Crt Keyv Bahamas, where he Is making have j Just received our New Spring Silks Lawn. Nat"ooks,

Lake Worth and th. Canal in' their preparations to build a bungalo and Swisses: Chambray!, Embroideries, LacesRtbbone, Etc. Im.
b| Try One of f|: napthalaunch. plant fruit trees. .ported and Domestic 'Wash Fabrics of all kinds.

Vq M. 1' f Although the Royal Palm 'Is closed, Mr. J. J. Cary, of Lemon City, was in ..,, Samples furnished upon request., Great: line
I These Hats there are qiany guest at the smaller hotel Thursday with the first guavas ot the of House Furnishing Goods at ,-
leaa 1rt. Mr. Carey Is a famous jelly Low Prices.
9-JL #, who seem to enjoy the breezes just
u'oeoeoe oe'se<*>! maker, and disposed of large quau 1--
as much as did the other during
titles ot these goods< in Miami last
The lightest in weight, best in quality and lug the,gayer'part especially up of :the Miami season.River,The Is fish.ex season The SURPRISE ', STORE ,

correct in style, at .. ceedingly fine, and many are enjoying .|The Iron for./ complete system of fire ,
\ for the Palm has arrived TWELFTH STREET AND AVENUE C.
the sport to the utmost. escapes: Royal MIAMI FLORIDA .. C. L. XIMANIES, Prop.
I and 'this celebrated resort will be -
$ 30 00 = lion. R. Hudson Burr,of Little River, here "m'
completely equipped with this necessary
was in Miami Wednesday attending to
; 1 safe guard before the opening of an
business and calling on friends. Mr. .
Burr'1I candidacy for Railroad Commissioner other season.
is receiveing considerable fov- Mr.' JIcLain,, of the tomato growing &a&iOT2 ill

orible comment among the fruit growers firm of Ransom & McLain, was in town
Ile.ntlfnllonatlnnforhotel or restilonue Bargain In Improved builnoHtiproperty
business I'I
Thursday attending to mutters.
and others who are compelled to '
; In Miami fronting IJiiy tau r
In 11.,1. Wilt pay SOpc
the railroads of Florida. This firm has had a very successful sea. out, .on lltli street Iran ear, on Avo- I'
. nut A" ifto.free. The 1 property 'ia ,. $*t,. i' ., There are signs, that now the date of son and has shipped large quantities of near the Koynl' I'elmitowl\ Hi) tent bad at a' bared ... If old In the i
, r.,. \ -- tomatoes this yeas. from Hou 1'nrk. Btirfcnm at next thirty c10,18. .. .
the Democratic primaries is known, &ouo.oo.' '
West Palm Beach Palm Beach .. Miami that there will be an active campaign S. J. Sligh & Co., who are handling! 000000 lr

from now on until election day and the immense vegetable crop of T. J. ,

f with five candidates in the field for Peters, shipped some 15 or :20 carloads ?
,I M .rv411.0.1--r-.1-0a Railroad Commissioner, not to men. i' liy fast freight last night, loaded wl'h TOWNLEY BROTHERS t.

f Lion the county officers, the political tomatoes, cabbage, cucumbers, egg-
Shoos S Salesman Is to much plants, etc. T. J. Peters is probably the
| Antiiony's! : i temperature not. likely get
I' I cooler. largest United States.shipper of garden truck in the REAL ESTATE AGENTS i

e__________ -7 The members of the Miami military
t, company have not been attending drill aMr. Jas. Gresham, of New 'York, has MIAMI, FLORIDA

.,"', ',4u1;\ ,':AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. In as large numbers lately as theh been engaged this week in demonstrat "1I
\, \ v'',i it' officers desire.'but many of them had log the practicability of changing the ooooooUnrifuin
;;; ; '}F, :- : ---- excellent excuses, as they are absent at !Killing while atone streets' of Miami
,iI f distant points helping gather the to- from their,present color to a mahogany I In OratiRo Orovo lit the it "
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'S 'S : I t 'EWX l Sounders wjll make brown. The materiel used is oxide of .vicinity, of built. Nine nuroH In.tract. .
/:. f., mato crops. Capt. Five acres In brnrin arroYo j
./' ....\ to the Adjutant Gen. ir.ln.: Florida/ product, which charged' .: 4yeurw. old. "nmatuttee., Will. :-.0::,:' ,+
special .w .
;" ; a report "fly III) per cent. nv luveHtmnnt.Itnrgnln -r.-. l

t!t ...'..1. .,,,;i'IIi. ,-" ...... ........... ................. eral as at to drll the!reason of late.for the slim attendance saturated with minerals'with, apreattou water; which the streets stains and the *. Lit Four ThuuHitiiU' Italian ,

t: rock, making it much more restful to
u'c' Fine list City Lots desira- The enterprising and 'hustling tomato the eye. Only a small portion of the L Why pny rent,when you can buy Wo Imve fleeirablo business prop.
': J; | buyers are still to be seen on theStreets from Townloy Hm.. Mfnnit nlracottage .. arty In llomt. unproved und uuiiu- ,
\ street has been so treated as yet, but if
< from |7iH; >.00 to Jiuuo.oo unenay
, ".f pealf in numbers-prooF that the season tor,in a. P rorol, tor stile one" r tei-ma. j
all it for will be
it does ja hoped more
, y// :, t ble. Biscayne Bay fronts ; : is not over. And not far from town
<'' YJ, ; "tr1';.:; are some flourishing crops of beans that so treated. td7A1f'; 7 ar? wa2f? '&7r 7 E I

':l will soon be 'on the market. The eggplant
; also Fruit and Vegetable,
Ii : rEstate i crop, although not a hundredth 1 y. It. ANNO,
r, part> as extensive: as the tomato crops
Tracts near Miami Cocoa. ,ire yielding well and the fruit in ninny ATTOHNSY-AT-LAW. Tomato Wraps and
: 2 .
.; Instances is of niiKnificleut size: Office-Front Room Uatchett Building. Ave, D

Ii', and J nut Grove and vicinity, im- There have been some automobiles Miami' Florida. 4-lS-no Crate Nails
: 1 seen on Miami streets. but not orie'regu- ROBER'f R. TAYLOR .
a "M, : 'nrly in the public service until now
\ proved and unimproved, Mr. A.Correll has running a fine steam LA WTER .
I have just received a large stock of Tomato Wraps,
Go.llectionf machine, which was built In New York, Office, in Fostoffice Block
Tomato Picking Baskets, Crate Nails and Vegetable
t<'f" :;, 11 suitable for residence or in- :ind which is under the care of the com.eoua MIAMI' FLORIDA Carriers. I purchased early and purchased riglit.and
:'i '\ I. chaffenr, John C.'RIce. The fine ,-,..t' -
,.\ 4 it will pay any one! In need) of tomato wraps and nails
'\\);' '* vestment. 'paved streets of Miami are Admirably} ATKINSON. to see me, or write for prices before buying. I also> "
i I suited for the, use of such "vehicles and
I\'gency carry a
.fl : It is that lucre will be
l ; : ................N"r hoped many put ATTORNfY-AT.1.AW.
p i" :: :..........0..... Into public service soon Mr. Correll1
NOTARY PUBLIC. Full Line of General MerchandiseAT
machine can make about 25 to 30 miles '
Phosphate and lu hour under favorable conditions 1M8-1T LIVING PRICKSHUDSON ;

Allapalta pratice, which extends from
tI}*c Grove Lands the golf grounds northwesterly for about GEO. d
Orange ATTORNfYATLAW.General .
f three pi lies, Is one of the choicest farm. .
Coast Ing tracts in this section.of South Dade. practice In But and t Federal Court.
On the West There were about 30 or 60 acres put out t All bimitieM. culniHted Fill receive prompt|ftbentlon. Little River, I Florida,

III tomatoes besides some fine crop of Offluo, Brown Bottling, ....".. P aDd 18tb

& Co Fertilize Chicago: Aermotor Wind Mills, Chicago beau, squash and eggplaats. One of 8t."t.1I1AlII.. . FLORIDA -------
Agant for Armour the most attractive feature of this prairieis
Correspondence Solicit d. its highness, consequently the rain :
FLORIDA water in the rainy, season does not stand G. W. S. ;
om.. Ov.r Bank orRay Blaoayne. MIAMI, I':. About three
and TwelrUI Str..t long on years ago a Contractor and Builder '
drainage ditch was cut front the ..gladesto .
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within! two hundred feet of the nat wtiiJl.

Y Buy Your Clothing of the ural Miami drainage river just, canal: north that of ,lbs flows town.Into I Do Business in South Dade K.-','ne- Fancy East Coast Tomatoes J

This, at an expense of about $1.000. If P. O. BOX36r, WEST PALM BEACHS. -
} PIONEER CLOTHING MEN this ditch was cut through and the natural 14 :Vine Street, Philadelphia ,

one cleaned out, there would be

DADE COUNTYSchneidman little or no water on' this prairie even H. RICHMOND Agent Growers: of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit
OF during the rainy sacson. There Is reported

to be a move on foot to get the Perrine
& Cohen residents of this locality to take up the KSTATE. 'Met & Stanton, Terra Cela, Fin. Armstrong & Stanton, Palmetto, 1'U 'I '+
work lliemselve when their cfops shall I KnoX & Stanton Llinonla.! Fit; # S
Miami, Florida .have been gathered, I-4-3tn CUTLER FLORIDA I
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OUTSIDE.. WORLD _..-- ".--IN-FLORIDA t 850N. IV, $ : I "'1'" 'i H" "ff' .- ,

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terns'of: Interei tBonf.4; Down andFeepared'for :The Florida( Agr,vfturlst (Ja area) (fie. .T.ia" f.,, '" a'H.1 .HV ; 1 I ,-1. i a. JO'NE8"YMINN'I, : : x

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Busy t' .So ., bl.rr. : :r.. Verses! .. ,, \I v, ; :
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11 '-j! S la t -San Fraticlsco 7.j 7. Is engaging In a streetcar Florida ''AirrlcultnrUli.; ( '1Grapeculture'Itt "1.''f.d.( ( !." /" ',.:.Ior.?W '.Aii ton: .':(i i '' t I ) RIER.'li; f v fey1l;? : >J.C.. .wi .*> .

{; 9 striked': : FlorlJ* baa been 11'Itar'red.attd. I[: I '" ,
p ": luT j.oDUI.aa"al.ql/) ,t \" '.! 31 tiro Bost' fteciianics ; "
Only of (
J '''j A very''large: watermelon eropJls : ., has suffered sertoua. r< .?* UO"r'" ,1 jj)' K- -, ;;: : .. .
promised from Georgia yersea.! A great\ ,,fleatv! eii.}:been wrltte ".Thepos'tfe' anti' t .( ) : | .2. :! '. '

; ; I '. A bill has been passed by the ..legists.. .about It witU.no' ,1lt\le learning, man In Judaea beard thin, ; V ;Employed pu:;.pur, ContractsbtORIDA '
) ture of the State of Jalisco- Mexico, .\hopcfuj; ibegluniuga( have been mad rroin" the'' eonte2.t.-tb tt. { : : ; ;| J I )..id/l.r.,1.\! If !..\".. ,. ro"r.,',, ... L'/';' "..".."I, ;'J-'i'77P/t,' --rr ."

; j 1 1, abollehingbult.figbting and cock-fights. with. the,u.uaj Ware-of trumpets which, them wit }joy. 'riotf' : : .* )..' : s: :!! .' .t-. ..{l;,:",:,. ;..,:,. <,I., '.'k'' :"'.,..)" '1, ::; \\iI! ;;
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accompanies ncw: aterprMesin America, Jesiifrtue i 'Most of'nhj'dli l 0 I.\.p.t\ \,!.\ ;,v ,:-<'n' ,
l ;.2.1 1 The United' States Naval .estimates and yioeyards now lie 'vacant and.regrown ? | your, order ji ,: l jI .tt' <-' (: '."',"I\t-/, )/ o"" I
4 many one time some of tb I a provide for the building o }o'.baUle'' '
,. to- weeds $ transforms / ; I h''
bUrDlul'I.d' tx>wn' $.
;, ships, two armored erg|fMs and two .. ,. .4"""::"::; 7'JrR':, "
,I Into pineries, peach orchards or con would not receive ; furntehed'o "
boats. The will 'be ..
battleships .
y; gun -'--
'I field, : .feol' '
to 'some
: they seenj : "
among the largest afloat. We have done little #i'xperimentln because .I> 9 ;. o,( .every? g : ,
).t, ; Ing ; : 'W ;
t: Kaunas has been swept by a bot, dry i compared with i California\ and they nndrcuraqlsed ,people,; ;*! < ..' .', ;y 2 .; G- S. BELL

, : wind, which has done much damage top had,erythlng; .to revolutionize befoi, Christ: ,We,rce ; \ ', ,0'
)f, vegetation/ ;::ot all kinds: Unless rain they could score enyimportant suet Peiyetba.: d,01.0Q\: 11'i '
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)'. t pt I I""' conies sootr' the crops will be ruined. Disregarding the old Mission ] t It Is a simple add' i ',Florida( ,I ,:Contractor and BuldeWEST'

Governor-General Wood I, of Havana, ,which did ,weU enough for the gras ,thing ,to ,receive. With. > "., ,' """ t
I, has pardoned W. II. Reeves, who was .pup, their Jtjdjan.qeppb it4lo; { .e"' ; Word of Goo, yet! ..I<"" .tt 15'11 .: \ sor. P 'LX: BiMoH jt A.
sentenced to"'ten dd It. Th'ose' wl o-'aw( ( : t I o .o. o O Q
I recently years 'Impris. hand, they sent agents to Europe wher .
"I; j .; Lord"iae'f( ', 2'1; :; '* '' The erection $tnd; repairing; ,OJ} Building of.'nil/ descriptions l given personal' '
F '1 oument and to payra,:fine of J35.5I6'! :Tor In the wine? districts men; had been 'experioientln l. attention1PI.ANS .
'I tr8.Wtunt'P.tttfwas'; 'AND SPECIFICATIONS .FyjRNISIieiJ
(' I' complicity in the/! Cuban postal french '? and learning"for jop ;years 1 I were.ot :'! \ ... ON-APPLICATIONS: ;All work weir and promptly.,
d I: 'i i-.' The latest :.sensation in the financial! and they bought i out.tht' bastvarietie? : :t''dt.:4.t'ba; .: him ; ,.?: done. References given if desired. v
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world.ia California., -- -- -- Though
j I thecombiuluR'r-by J. P. Morgan 1 J"' l Completely Equipped for First-Class limbing' ; ,,
i i & Co. of all the ] trans-Atlantic Private parties Florida have : Jesuit and And'been- { '
t'( leading experImented l- > .. Residence Evernia Street
bdj.. : on near! Lake Front. P. -Ot, DoS:*: 361,
Spirit theyi *
: 'q i:! steamship lines. The deal was closed with the European vinlfera 01 1.A-tf. '
by Mr, Morgan in England., It is said ,wine grape(In'bmidreds of varlettits, nlflcnnce of !. >t l l iet: !,i ;.. T- "..-= --\1p\; :
L I''I at' that the capitalization. will be. In excess pronounced! them a allure except I "t1 2irst| .(anything Jesus nflthSkclrc uoi, : ." : '' : ,.... ,.

\\j 1\1 I':' .' of 1150,000,000. ::All but the White !Star one' pr two, ;iiusianceS! %; wbere they ti'' SleW; 'creature'( *';pbhrl' ;; : : .( Lima, :.ant"'a' % y
,1f!' I i' CunarcPlines are the native American bUj'bUj'all __ .
and Included in the grafted on 15)): The' feeling; stilt:' '
," Iof'f'' ,'f deal. Baron II,, Von Lultlchau, at quarters tUftt.lt'' wo M' 1 Hardwara., : \ : ; ] ( ; '
t<); A terrible fatality occurred ;.on the ,,brought up a.dozen ;'t>rmore varieties ficiate or .take the '' I .FLORIDA House :8'Liil"t"o :

\ Ohio river near Cairo, 111., early Sunday the most elei nttable, "grapi of'11ja ot.pne'pogn ,!le ...
M morning. While 'almost all ;ou board .and Hu ,gary atKJ 'fruited,i them\:! to'.per 4 b4.1,0. Peter rehearsed: th. "" POSTS: :
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ow' Grant Contractor -hnd BuiUler, ,. ...glve
the of Pitts-' fectlol4trapel the I i.p.rrp.rA.!
were asleep steamer City most delicious. tha od Posts fat ''
f burg was discovered to be on fire and could be but In the end 1" About the sixth ilbur J promptservice'} : and altsfsotory.world! D; n.'oJ1'tbtled.Ing.anythlng .
imagined- to 'goon' the' housetop 48 ; : 6tfier p'ur-: >, 1athe i construction Itne. "'
(' .iu a few moments, it wee burned to the announced ther experiment) growing lug hungry, would '' ....
water's edge( : Nearly one hundred peo.I European grapes a total, ,,,llure. He while they\ ,..made ready,; ; !( ) :: :: +" Call on or address. ,
i pIe were on board.' and of this number sad( laconkallt''it'dld not pay him." trance*, and.,saw. tbls ( ) / I '.....'.' .. ...,. ..,; !' 1, .d," '1 -. ".,"II"" TJ''Gn"" : .' ;.Nm,'
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r between twenty and thirty perished. J. B. La Montague, of Winter Park, At that'vel7., time the m ) / / Fla, :" "
; I Corq Uua were near!;to, C-O-1902 "' "' WEST' PALM pF.AC1I. FLORIDA.
Mexico experienced a I terrific earthquake sedt and procured, about'o vines 6( ---, ,

I last Friday. It covered a large different French but after twoyears' I''wag' -necessary that --. -n .r- .", ...
to receive them' .
ready "
"II territory and reached down into Central of good care bestowed on them ( : i ) ) li, ( ''m0 ;r. .
t them, ,which1e/ : ) ,: ,' .I,,' ." j : .. f j .. ,
I America. The lower section 'of the -Pacific they proved' a failure; The roots seemed h4Ve"dolh\! but,for., ,, [ < coast of Mexico felt the shock very to' be. affected with a "root mildew" It la h".ntltnlt.. \ a.w-/ M. BReK

\ severely and Tapacnula, an Important causing them to die back, I: HI* servants! ; for the rxd; ': : ,,r ''I .
town of the State of Cblaps near the Rfforta; have been made to infuse; n+ba prepar d f or I ,: w i :

Guatemalan r frontier,. there was much vitality into the tender.high: cHsi| 'Euro ; ."'31,1L'' he Spirit'bade'nu' ousQi' : t r 'Comractor Buildings Handled I ,

e' I damage! done :to' property. The' loss peas varieties fey'.,.grating'6&' rOots or, While Peter was : : ,and BnMer' ;:on Commission .
is estimated at a million doilare.e' the bullace family. There Is plenty of nificance of the'' ; "

The .wonderful waves' that have vitality in< the'scuppernon! i( -too,taucli fromOornenue) .....- ,: ; :I I

\ 'swept through the 'Mta'sis'sippi States for' this purpose-after snpporting= l the. quiring Spirit,)ie for.called him, the and..! ., '1 Plans and Specifications Furnished,
have done a great deal of damage. In grape for a year or two it disowns it, -.
them, and the ,day : : .
fj -- ,
on Application
portions-DCNebraskathethermometer cease3to feed it-throwv oue-a"shoot'of' eri started wlth kbe in ': I : -

registered 100 ; in'Chicago the highest Its own and the graft dies. The scuppernong Cnaarea and the home : :' : WEST PALM l li.B&CHri. .. ....- FLORIDA
was 84 ; Wisconsin was storm swept, and has a bard.intractable wool< a, This 'book i might well -," '" ,
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t i away East in New York, tbe therniome- barIc which will not slip, and it Ia{ -lea act-. of .tb. UoJJ1:8 ]lrlt ,, ,, .. >.- .... .. .. Y0

s' ; eter climbed 8$. Yesterday a change unavailable to vineyard uses as lhe ;yqv.(; the Lord Jesus .In, < !, 1o') -
c came and heavy snow storms are '''re lag,Jndlad U io'the-Close, intensive life' angels ,,and meutIl1l.1Vor1 \ ".. '

(, I r'j I ported from Kansas City and, pointS,, inNebraska of the white' man. grace thatmen and may Ills}'know wonderful,the \' "'"7rI. 7: J f NO'ES'' 5 HLLEYBUILDER j .

S and North Dakota. Munson, the note.f Texas grape specalist 12.14. Who shall tell \be.'b4Utapb'.S., ;, : I !t .... ..... ,
f I.A,, report has just been received from has advised the native poet ak: --a all thy house .1 I I. ? SES :''I. ...' ', ..... / ;: '" ..' .'T ',' ."

l' Managua Nicaragua,. giving details'tof' grape an a stock for grafting but Pulliat eta: Cornelius told :!' ., .. FLAMS AND SPECIFICATIONS' FORNISHED ON APPLICATION t. '. ;

I a' terrible explosion which wrecked a tried this 25 years ago and pronounced sent,fo; ,blln, tbls ,la | JVEST!: PALM B ACH.,,, .? .- *: FLORID ft" ; e'
l ): large t..o.storybarrack., situated (tu the fa' failure! "tj!i '"'d':\T; / : : the..,angel.snid Peter" E -r : ? ? ? .,

It! centre of; the city. Between "one hundred X' nine days'!!,wonder,was .tha,Niagara, tore at the tim'al'of: that, ; \
and two hundred officers and' aol bat experienced French Cornelius nor his house, guilder : iw7r
.1 .ioeyardlsts : l
f!f!; diem" are reported to have been blown looking bepeath.tbe surface, satisfied co'me'frbu VoutC'Was) ; > Joppa saved.;totell'and: '. Lumber and Building c ]Hateml l\ l

i I ;IJ:' to atoms and a greattniay'injared. It bemaelve at tha outset that the coetly news concerning; Jesus
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is1 bought the explosion was the. work venture would terminate in a fiasco might, .be saved Uow\ ; ;: >! lM;. .BEACH;

of conspirators. Several toes bf dynamite Tbd; ..Niagara: !:belongs to the labroaca feeas) Paul didwhen, ,, !: Every thing/in the. Building Lino ..'

i and a large quantity of powder were family which Is not adapted here., 'Jt debtor) }both! to,Greeks ( ';
,. stored In tbe building ) ;; brawn. out extraordinarily: : long roots, aOl, BO, as 'much as 'In : .Lime 8as1} Nail s' '"

t "Miss. Sybil Clifton, one of the five close to the surface whereas the succeM- ready to'preach' the, I i' .' '." oem nt" :'Doora Paints' 4; Builders'' Hardware, :
flower girls
It 'y i fug (In Chicago, is heiress to a fortune of ,mus of short roots. } f ; 'Gho 15..And-as't. lelloa, 1"tiierq'bekea'td;.._n-. i. House tDrd'eifr1io.t -: Specialty i: T1rJf $,.Word n1. Milj' :

r v too.ooo in oil JanJa, left by.her uncle, The' fatal( coaatltut.onal-defect. of 'the 1I1111r. ,- L. Work Kinds
} Huntington Hale,'who died near Beaumont Niagara is ityisliedd.'ng.: Like allh.e ''Chapter', t :' ,.44. sob i,": !: ( r ,, t. (i'E0.. .F.PADJDiSON .,1

; f Texas, two days ago, and willed abrugcas its stem is small, weak *d spake:;these'words the t Eau Qallie, Fla. J
his his : oil all 'them'which'heard .; '
estate to niece. Miss Clifton has easily dried up by the great beat' 6l f .
'U'walt while Peter"''was ,:;}!
received a telegram: notifying her of her June; whereas! 'the' aestvalis'varieties 1..... .
and ost at- )
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""' good fortune. Her uncle went to Texas have tbe stem thick; !stout, ,,Bucculeutsad 'l course, that God wrought : '; "
aa years ago and bought land which of balding firmly to the berries. ;i
? was nothing A1L.INTERETED
; lale,\has turned. out to. be_rich In'oil.Miss'Clifton .: Undaunted byfaflurj..B.J.:: :: :'Moil- 1uD...bX.JnIU4..Ile1theL.b ; f.RalI"ayoi'ji : :TO ,' .' ,
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.J has ambitions for a musical tague ordered! a second lot ot vinilera ;tbe -re ultl. All was .. ', '., '. L .;).
trainingwhichher"parehts "too' varieties from F-afiice;; but lookthe l pre". :ay Increasing couvl. t T--rLE: -" ...., ,

poor to give her. She says she will caution to have these grafted on hardy, preach the preaching ( i '

first provide for her parents sod will resistant atocksVhuch as riparla.aestyali ; us (Jonah 1U2);, ) the Peniisplar El ecCO! IFUC1oI.!
next year go to Europe to 'study music.: ope.trl8-etc.' They produced beautiful that: God, pleases (tau'lv- ) '
I.6; ..Then remembered-
)' b The report of Colonel Crowder, who rapes; and gcontlaued strong:, and I.ord. hew that He said. .. COMPAUY":
t: investigated the shipment of horses and healthy HesaW! ;:>7 ;do not lsee 'wbf baptized withwats4, but 1' ? ;
mules to South Africa from the of ever/one, every farm, and every grove I 'Md with the Holy Ulloat.:: 1 '
port I r J'> IS NOWibpen to the patronage ofitfie of West1' F
Chalmette, La., laid should not have its little vineyard of t These ascension,words ( : Son public? :
the Palm Beach and
l ,8c f J
therefore only a ; Vicinity. | [ J J
Cabinet Wednesday by the President. foreign grapes, '- 'consider! quite ; ,, ( i J j _..; : E. ,i
I cost Here ,
1 is another ;
l ) Construction'
orAn' ,
While the report is incomplete it developed adapted to this State: iolt, goeaon and will Kinds.

that the conclusion was reached by Florida has some characteristics which tulnllment, or ullment, Annnno ton Call Hulls, Bargl.rntl y Ir*.AUrm:' ;ftrmtat.; a apmlalty.ALI. f
'j, the President from what he had seen of ere favorable to, viticulture* Though !B2, in the near future M Nyr.. WORK UlTARANTKBUJ. f 'j 4 4OfjlceB ;
it. that grapes ripen. Io' the rainy which them that the HI' j
there is not Sufficient evidence to season Spirit ] w '
;;;, show past or present violation of neutrality enders them somewhat difficult to ship, heIr remembrance what I It I I. ; ;.tn*Jefferson 7 Block!-t ,. .If.l'Stf'P h1

l ,and consequently there js no her sandy soil is proof against phyllox- unto them (John ilv, 21J) 4 I 6.394. West alm Beach, Fla.
i, warrant fo. intervention. Colonel CroW ,ra. 'Aeo11 which;"has -"-6ctpercefrtj bow doing this with* Peter.t37 t

"'y der made 'some* additions to Ills report silicates Insures the vine against that Fhe.llk ll'orasmuobathan.-clft 9M lie did as.. ., ,XteX&3fa&BOND ---J, : ..p.j'iJ b
during the afternoon, and later he'went 'd .t"ctlVrpest. The sandy land of the l mij on the Lord Jesus "

over the matter very thoroughly with ilronde at Gascogne, at Alguesmarlea; 1t that I could, ( !' > t ." :; ? .. -_ f' \ .
Y4.. the President and the Attorney-General. In France, of the littorals of Tunisia, and Peter was In the hands ''I r& (
he Lord's "BOND''COMPANY'
.fuessenf the
Nothing further will l'be done In/re!. to enjoy immunity Sable, lu, Algeria, are found mt, and Iy"wps"tbetord t OF' r;, f. v. 'v> s 't ". 10. .
fereuce to a peace settlement in South ....... : H.thls, aq- .they night' : '' t1NC'O1tPOlATED.) ,;
.i Africa tilt! next mouth. General Dewet Ieuwould\ ,liad..1heY' '
t ,I has gone to Heibron. Orange River The March Crop'numher Reports.6rMlBe"Mon"tbIy'lulletin f tom ll1ncIed concerning f : 'ly .:(r'' ;; :"' ,:MANUFACTURERSi := "Of: 'f. tr_; :; :

Colony General pal> to every creature and .
; Botha, the Transvaal tori
has been issued by Hon. B. E. if' Joel concerning

'i held Commander-in-cbief, Transvaal; and! ,, General gone, Delarey to. Yry- for.IcLIu'. 'Florida, Commissioner.; 'and shows Of'the':Agriculture following he pint other upon*Jbt.pU Jewish flesh.! < : I i, ; >,rial. ,,,'.:;' ': lLUMBERdATw i AND' SHINGLES I

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j I I... together"with Mr.Sieyn, e -Prelld ot relative to the condition for tea. unclrcumolsed., I C.
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'i i. 4'If' : I'! '- of Klerk the sdorp Orange, Transvaal Free State', bas They"gone have.arranged ,to ver.aeof, :Florida field crops as general com- tlrcumclae4 rhaf tile* had Jews done at1 : !: South.' ' '/oorin9'Sidinu'and Ceilil11b' ; :' Brick( Lime and Cement 9 9TN

pared with March, t
4j !got; BTtC1 a- .
to: meet the borgbers-at dif, 18. When they heard th ;
ferwit ren4ezvouar''end ; : W MM 4Mtr'iMce" 'iantllrl<\ < .. '
f. submit'' the and "cotton, tjs!'corn! 165: '6t1:"ioo; Than bath God also to the 'y f" O'fF-ICE'' a
T i'
British terms. It Is believed the ... :'f D8' ..1ions:
sugarcane, 93; brown cane, 103; tobacco !1' ] !! .. .
I will. everywhere accept the 86 f : rfe, 95;.;'lce. 98; sweet potatoes, rot; The! .J>promise: ) .t 1 .' ," ;ON, F.M.: ''c<. RY.,' v. .j." -: .
terms, as they 'are In "n o way'. anxious field pea, 95? 'ellsllltvaJlo; velvet families of the earth '
:.,. fora winter campaign. The only dilf- beans, 139; cabbage, 104; Irish potatoes, to blm JtOea. xj\'axirfrta tt Between Pomcetta Stand i Lake lVOrlh.
03-; tomatoes ,103 ,. i
: Spirit
r'"i1I. it >y through
curly likety.to occ U 'thought; gush' pen' rot; beans. 05:' eggplants/ .
be with tbe Free : ; Should blossom? !and bud\ ; "
Orange Staters, 9a peanuts 103 watermelons
many 108 can- :
.aloupa.jo7 ; (afte. W.thi.) earth;wAb < of' Town.. y I
of whom ; strawberries : "
are expected: : to prove"; ''recalcitrant. 109. ?
''t'' '" In the meantime there will be toea.Cooditloa 05; tomatoes.-Cabbsg, 94*.'; 'cucumbers 92;. Irish -pot 90>;; IDe 6)). to One this"would'genUfe"think. tbat : BAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS( ., ,,5;j ,

no cessation of hostilities. The delegates < English ,, Cle. firi."itY "' ,.A. ( "
I peas lot; beans 94; eggplants\: Pe.ter.-the.J.wt1le. ; : T. ROSE Proprietor. : f ,
are expected: : back In Pretoria the 90; peanuts, 95; watermelons, 97; canta. seen some fulfillment of : .track, Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish Boats F., j
middle of May, and in ntlcipatlon of loupes,9'6' ;strawberries, 97; orange trees, and not have'been I Built to Orter. Row Dlagbya
R' their return they have given orders for '05; grape fruit tree,, rah; bananas, 86; Yet It Is true tbat many Overhauled, Kepalred ..or HaulVout _
Incappks, 109; guars 95 peaches, Boat Yard. at -
waiting fulfillment Mangonla.
new clothes, provisions, etc. too; pears, Jot.N 10.18
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Uartlee K L router, .
One of the Boynton growers known. as

,- '?1.., Tom-COUNTY" No. 189 in the Packer's Clearing House -.-:.....- Express A Useful Present sL
Bulletin IN advertising of celeryand ChargesPAID ,
acres 1 Send in Your Mail #
T. al'a'/r1'aphs/ pf Interest From Different twenty acres of cabbage This, of ..Paragraphs of Interest. Concerning OD all, us Orders

'1' Sections of Dade. by course is an Incorrect statement Snit the Great State of hloridaIn p Cash Purchases __ ...... ............... ,......_____ ." ....:... Given with all >>
Our Correspondents.! error, as the entire crop of celery at this General. G t amounting to $5) Cash Purchase .
V New
OCAL9 I play this'jear waa lei>8 than half an > !{j and ov.er. except FURCHGOTT'S amounting to$5.00. !LIoRU

t acre and that: of cabbage about 7)4 The corner stone of the new school ,I tng onCarpets Department $10.00. $23.00, fJit1i
tv acres. This lavish and 1 unreasonable Store ; .
building at Sutiford, was laid oil .Saturday and ,
. Ongtoltie! sirens of buninesfl,*,the practice of some people in giving acre. with Masonic ceremonies.. r :$50\ OO.JMC.OO and R-iA

,! "\ t } usual batch: of. lively Iarklna happen age and crop prospects Is very 'debt. It. Is reported" that a bridge ja to be Domestics JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :f 100 00m F

:. Inga failed\ to materialize last week. mental \lo the truckers' business' There
built across the Indian River,,connecting
Evtrjone who has them has been i In sjjiletuenta should be verified and the! '
a .
Rockledge I or Cocoa aud :Merrill's I
,tush during the past .week, shipping name of the author of them given to the land. WE WISH TO STATE to our many friends and patronswe

tomatoes. :Most of the crops near here public. It in tslimatjed that over $fOOOOO baa now '
are prepared to take care of mail orders. We
14 ,will be' very short, although In some James Bros the contractors for the been distributed this season in the your

canes, better than expected. Some returns packing of The Boynlou Mutual :Packers ., strawberry section contiguous to Lake rt 4 are better equipped than ever devoting part. of our second & 1ro
are very encouraging",while others and Shippers' Association are here land. '

tl are very dlsc urRglolr. Of course the and will erect three tents 30x80 feet on Butter floor to -
fang taken a jump to 40 cents a
.poor transportation cotupanles: have to tho rock road near the railroad In which 1
pound In Pensacola and It U expected to
'4 liave their, pay if it takes every penny to do the packing. This association!
go as high as 45,cents before the end of
the. producebrings( to pay It. It's an which Is an organization of tbe resident the week. : OUR MAIL ORDERS fI .,,
4k $:' 'old aayicx that "it Ise long.lane that 1 growbra. was organized tor the -
liaa rio turning.1' ls 'ane' has been purpose of getting a uniform\ package So ]large: has the Methodist congregation

four or five yeara long, but'the time for and selling all vegetables: in car Iota on frown In Orlando that a new

ii a bange is close at baud. The people the track here. The Association pack. church edifice will soon have to- be S&3 We are-now in our new quarters, occupping a fourstorybrick $$j$

here have confidence l ItTR, Hudson Burr, ers, James Bros., an old and reputable erected. ,

of Dade, and Mr. Baker, of Sumtcr and packing firms, will put up a strictlyfirst A serious street car collision occurredat building, and equipped with the very latest J

lieve these,? gentlemen, will do wbat is class and uniform package, thereby :Pensacota outlay night Five paa

right. abolishing one of the long continued senders were severely bruised, b.ut fortunately .

,One of the meat popular features of causes for low pi Ices. The officers.of no casuallties are reported. Imported and Domestic Goods '.

Ibis section'the new road to the beach the association, who are all growers, are The, shipment of lumber from Tampato *v

'Visitors from far and near comment ont P. N. Funk, President; J J. B, Prevatt, Cuba and,,Honduras points is booming

,1 ; favorably as.another, sign of Improve. Secretary\ ; I. R. Punbt,,Treasurer The a number of, vessels leaving the' i We ask you for Fi
association baa secured the services of river week, with large .
., every cargoes. i
r' 'neut.t..A A Trial Order___ rte
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ti? 0. N, Gardner of sales
Mr. as manager The ters' sttike at Tampa has .
F a S telephone has breil'lnsta11ed at the carpen & e
competeut'mau and who wllf ;
a one
been settled an eight hour-a-day
postoffice, so Larkin Is uot al.ogether the this being on. In Sending: Ypur Orders Kindly Mentiou This Paper
push selling. Though
behind the times. basis. The men will& get the same pay .
Its Initial,season its prospects are good as they had when working nine hours a &
;Messrs. Potter Bros bad an accident for a profitable one,for Its members day. Write for One of All Mail Orders
at'their sawmill last week, but formiiately.no sti 1
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Exteuslvq. additions and Improve. _
hurt < : FURCHGOTT'S
one __ Stick to the Primary'An menta are to be made to the Hotel 1
Air, A. II. Ramsey is home again, on has Alcazar at St. Augustine, the work to Illustrated\ FILLED andSHIPPKD mROGERS : t

.the nick ]hat. By last reports be was [nlerestltig question been be completed In time for the opening of Spring and Summer -
raised ) connection:
Gainesville In with

iinr ro\in g slowly. the tourist season. Catalogues, DEPARTMENT STORE
-.- the law formulated by the State Democratic which will be mall .
Executive Committee for holding The shipments of cigars from Tampalast .
ed free
NOTES FROM, DELRAV., the nominating primaries. In Alach week totalled 573 Clues: containing iJJi on application. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Write (for Samples. J

ua county the county commissioners 2,870,000 clgarSf It i.i expected that the 1. r1
T/; .. Carroll, -of lack ol19\11e\ representing '
the Armor Tent Works, wo in have been uomluated. heretofore bj output per week, will, soon pass the mt&&s&

Interests primary electrons .within ,the district three million mark. .
( town' Tuesday, looking after" ,
of bis house. which each represented.: : The ruler Everett Whitney, of St. Augustine,

Delray one of tho hustling towns of laid down by the State committee say has secured four acres of laud adjoining -. --. -- _..: .
that the de Leon which he will '
every voter participating Ponce Springs
the East Coast country v. ri
primaries shall be entitled: to vote for convert into "botanical garden, with an TRAVELERS
the .,
houne of
i The packing Delray live county ,commissioners.*' This rule alligator: farm as a special feature. .
Tucking III about completed,
Company .
will make It Incumbent the
upon com The Hotel Casa Mariana, on Anastasia
nnd will be opened to the public Frldaj Alucluia (0 NEW MANAGEMENT\ <: .
mitCee of ,
county arrange
the St. SilverWare
Island near lighthouse, Augustine
night jdy f .dance festival, tbe proceeds -' ,"
for lb nomination of commis.alonerafrom
i county
., of which will be /given to the stone was burned to the ground Saturday MRS. N. F. GARCIA Prop'r Jacksonville Fla. '
the county at large. This afternoon. The property was owned by M ,
? road fund. question bas brought about an interesting Arnold Kurth, whole net losses will be Tea Spoons p --- -.- ---

betray soon to have a stone road, dUct'salou among those who are about|r,5&o. $ 75 Cents and up Electric Lights, Electric Belle, Baths Complete Service.
Atlantic avenue. The Ladles', Improve interested; in the primary election in
1 incut. Society Is hard at .work in the in the county. Some argue that ns each The grant of fine pasture land, -confuting .. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take .
of the St. Johns
terest ofthe movement, and are meet( g county; commissioner, represents a dia 3.000 acres, on r Table Spoons
gear DeLand Junction, purchased re. Carat the Onion l>epbt and ask the Conductor to atop al the Traveler lil-1:
r', with grand success. trlct he .
iw prescribed by a legal ,
cently by :Mr. A, D. :McBride Is being Per Set, 11.50
Sevtral hundred crates! of beans and should be nominated by those,.whom.
a fenced and will be used exclusively for and -
,tomatoes are moving from this place au will represent. But the State law pastures. It la one of the finest pastures Do You Want a ;

, daily. Cabbage ia also going, and in says that county commissioners are to
In the State. STEAMBOAT
cat iota ,- r :. '" elected, from the county,at lArge, 8n41tho.e k Knives -$$3San1 We have them to Bell, aid if we have ? Q
:1 'Ben H. Hopkins, of Jacksonville, can up none on hnnd tomiit,wccati build!
:Peter Pederson was in Palm Beacii who are defending: the rules of the Duvalcountyr Just what you want
didate for the from
4 a; Monday, and purchased a fine horse. State Committee say that if the 'commissioners legislature' >4 '\
who swallowed set of false
a Prices We are also Prepared
are to be elected from the county on

)Mr. DeWitt Tenbiook 'is-furnishing at large they should be voted for according teeth about a week ago, is resting ,. To Furnwh.___.._._...__....____ 4
*first-class accommodations to the travel quietly and is much better. The teeth ,
1 ling pu lIc. He la located only threeminutes' to the same plan. While an are in the stomach and .will likely haveto Sterling.SiI. er Pumping Outitsor .Irrlg.u mn.
walJL effort will be fade! when the county '
V from the depot. be removed by an operation.. i'I Quoted on .
committee meets to have the commissioners
& Co'a Write or call on us for Anything in I
large packing
Montgomery nominated from their respective An organization has been effected at ApplicationRailrtad Our Line that you need.
IHNBU ia under construction and will do. Orlando to be styled the Florida Palm
districts aa heretofore, there Is no doubt
no/extensive business i pineapples this Watch" Merrill-Stevens: Co. .
S, that the rules of the. State committeewill : Association, The organization meeting Engineering '

year. be strictly adhered to. I wan composed of the leading manufacturers

P. Pederson. made hi* last shipment of : of artificial palms In the State and 'TIME INSPECTOR JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

celery: for tbe season last week. His steps were taken to embrace all manufacturers BOPHiETOB '
the Cafle.The M4
Slaughtered FLORIDA EAST COAST Jacksonville Marine Railways
t ':crop was very large this year. : :. in organization.; The objects PLANT SYSTEM -

Mrs, Thorp and son and sister;. Mrs Pensacola Journal tells! of the I of the association, were not specifically SEABOARD AIR LINE L

King returned to Detroit Tuesday, after narrow escape of train No. a on tbe L. i set forth ja the proceedings of the JACKSONVILLE & SO'WESTERN kokOkokokokOkokokokokokokOkOkOkOkOkokOkOkOkokokokoko
& N from wrecked cattle
being by on
a. pending a,vety pleasant season at t heir ,. I meeting but it ,seems that the purposeis R. J. RILES K
the track: ,
M1 winter home at this place. to form a stock company in. the S
n fine When the train left DePuuIak it wa nature of a combine or trust, so as to 22& Weal Bay St.. CKSOMVH.LE FLA. !I National Bank of the State of Florida o
Captain Brown erecting a very several minutes behind time, and Euftlneer systematize and harmonize the industry. 2
packing house on his pineapple. planta Carmichael,! desired to niakf up'at o -
tion. much time before reaching License Inspector Hawkins of Jacksonville "o FLORIDAo
as possible JEuIoa ManOBSThe JACKSONVILLE,
has !! .
made the startling announcement
R. C. Tasker, J. O. Fenno and W. G Pensacola. When he neared Good that there are seventy-five > Ii

t Sherman were in Palm Bench Saturdayou Range, about 33 miles front Peusacola, 5
,. fruit la a
bar rooms ia Duval County, all being In supply of this very STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY
business. the train was going at the rate of 40 or o
Jacksonville, with the exception of five, limited and the demand pressing .
e miles hour. The moon was shining 3o
50 an o
a DON being at Atlantic Beach Orders are now coming in for sum! THOMAS P. DENHAM Caaul .
7* BHF.EZES.W brightly and just as he passed a mile they Mayport JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. "ro V
., ... 1' and Pablo Dencb. Those Ja the cityP mer delivery. I can book JAMES D. BAKER Assistant Cashier. V C
post the engineer saw scarcely jo yards .
Tlie'Boynton public school will. Close ahead of him, lying onthe track asleep ->T $75 for' State and county, and '375 Only Cash Ordersto 9 o Ifo o

on Thursday, May 1st. six or seven': head of cattle. The engi for city licenses each. Those .not in be sent by express in lire order Banking; Business of Hast Coast Business Men, Painters! ,: K "

Miss Bell Earnest, .p1 Lantana, was neer abut off steam and, applied the all the city pay $750 each. This makes a received. Price, 25 cents each, :f 2 a and f rult. Growers Solicited.
total: the cltcounty and
to '
flown to visit her brother Charlie brakes, but the big locomotive was. on revenue a dozen. Money promptly returned 0
Earnest last Friday.Mr. the-cattle before he could even check State of $70,733 per year. Last year if order exceed supply. '- ohwo.toatotto stoato tkosto.toKortoetoaKostonoatoatoatoslo" 0"o"op' '

speed of the and there were only sixty-one licensed liquor Cuttings 'of Mulgoba\ Mango
Thomas Mayberry, who baa been the engine scooped ,
sellers In Duval
County. and
wood by a new enter
confined to his bed since February, is the!! entire drove, some .of them being .--
the side of the track while only known practlcat'method, OFFICIAL LODGE SEAL
Improving.Mr. thrown on Break Jail. Q
Hold toi be slowly Attempt to
lid Shivers a young nan from the engine passed over others, gionnd. A Key West despatch tel1'a.o1 a thrill\ : furnished at 30 cents each' Jay mailor Rllhl1 n.r StalllD TO ORDER .

near Griffin, Ga., seriously 111 at. the them minutes to pieces.rocked The to and engine fro for ai xt if few she ing attempt at' jail-breaking.. On express.ELBRIDGE GALE, U U a) TWELVE' HOURSOF ,

Freedlund House. Wednesday afternoon at: thp: county Fla.
a Boynton's postmaster, Mr. C. W. would and leave went the speeding track but alti:dragging soon seltleddown 'jail. Jailor John the Sands told Turnkey 3.38. I ALL KINDS ( Florida Rubber Stamp Work
lock exercising
Bennett to prisoners
felt want by !
filled locg
has a
coaches the mutilated carcasses.
'increasing the number of lock bozea. .The engine \was stopped and the crew 'I in the corridor' in their cells.: Bennett ifNOTICE GUY I. METCALF Local Agent| 224! Main St., Jacksonville, Fin.
unlocked the first door and entered the
1111'Mabel Weaver,. of Suslis, who of'the
\ cleared the track ; badly mutilated corridor locklngthe door befiadhini f .
,has been visiting .her meter. Mrs. H. T. bodies of the cattle and the train then When'be'attempted to unlock thecombliretiou :'. ..
: went toVe'st Palm Beacb few of the W ..
Lewis here, proceeded, but a passengers lock be was attacked from

Wednesday where she will spend aA being aware of tin narrow, escape they behind by :Malt' Hanna Willie Hart aud Lots For. Sale. When You Need

short time with her brother, Mr. Arthur had: It is believed that the fast speed at Froze, the last two olored men. Han- t : t

t Weaver.A which the train was going saved the :na hit Bennett on.the, head J with a club, on north side of Grates

prelude to the busy shipping season engine front leaving the track, as U bad i and broke the bones in hIs hand with .a Mantels Tiling and ;
is number of the Banyan Street, be- ;
has begun. The Freedlund House force enough to a second lick. Bennett backed down toward .

full, the streets and farms domed with cattle from the track. the door, throwing Jailer, Sand!', tween Lake Worth Write us for '.9
commission men and the farmers busy When the engine arrived in Pensacola the outside the, The
who was on key.
building packing houses and. hauling :it smelted as though It had oassed key tell short of the mark, and when a and Railroad.Possession g Catalogue and Prices

.rate material. through a slaughter pea. small colored boy went JO give the key on or f

Harde and Cromer picked about 100 .--- to the jailer lie was, bit on the head by FLORIDA BUILDING SUPPLY CO.

crates( crown tomatoes last Friday. A Long Distance:. Telephone- Willie. Hart, making: an ugly wound- before 12 months

Lewis and lyman picked about forty The Bell Telephone Company 1 is preparing Both Bennett and' Sands pulled their after date.WALLACE JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA $

crates Saturday Their are the first to establish) a long.distance telephone weapons, but the men ran, behind the .

pickings of the season at Boynton,, system along the west coast of cella out of aim. The two..officials )held R. MOSES, 'i. .

whole are good. florid With Tampa as the southern the men at bay until assistance could -J -
Crops here on the F. E.C.R'y Laud Dep't.at .
Some of the old land has failed to teralinu.tIe\ Hue' wllj$ be continued to arrive, when Sheriff Hicks and James Agent 1Factory)16, fl1T, m '

but the immense Tarpon Springs sod through the differ Russell went to their aid, Upon searching Send MANON'SGTJ I[ fHO, \Ve"tH.y "t. ,
produce a paying crop cells knife found lit the ft, Launch, perfect order; also 2 H. Home \ (U1h.n IItI 1'411' >'.'''- l
the land will ent west coast towns to St. Petersburg.Thia / the, a was, C'ttHH Of a
l new .
prospective yield deficiency. Some of the line will connect with all prominent possession of Hanna, and a pistol Wm. P. Pierce: tnglqo for sale; balf Rrlce. ntanoik'x xVA JELLY 1 I /'It.room.. SSSGANBT Hay!,. kiy'o-; ,
the .
overcome few celt which taken to the for the Gray Marine and Stationary Onitviv ,, ,. ,;
will probably make a Florida town!( and In a months Hart's was jail Agent 'I ) '"1 h ;.ArE"" :
laud .
acres ,
new ,
, thousand crttea each. The be.t crops with all the 1arge cities: ; of the At.ntlc'! by lIar '1I wife. "The woman was subsequently Gas,' Engines. W. P. UNDBRWOOD Jelly ''' "

j are wned< by R. II. Roseau! O. K, War- coast as far north a* Boston. arrested and locked up. <,Rowland\ ,, Fla. 1-3Itf..

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TOWN FATHERS pIN Column. mYerr..rr.YYTv'rmYrmfnvvtvn.Ymmrnt7re ,
I IL Everybody's
\ SESSION ---" .. .-_- __,._. "" A Full Line 4 '
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DEVELOPMENTWILL f Done... .t.....--_FOR._-r.-SALE..--- .,,.',.. -
What Was the Regular 17O&: SALE.-Ouo large Bay Horse, 7 Alwaysin
L Meeting of the Town r-OUh.. !. -L' 'years 614. Serviceable and sound ..
to C. IrHulher :"West Palm
Apply J
-- -- ell Tuesday Evening, Stock
; -F Beach,'Fla. al8 4t '

WILL FOLLOW DEEPENING GqF BAY The 'regular weekly meeting of toe i .- FOR RENT-, t

rt town council wmbelJ la the court house ;I tKT-: .COTTAGE of five, rooms : ,
on' Tuesday evening. also two and one room. Rents Spring and Summer Goods f y ,
: Great Rejoicing at Miami and Along: the Eastern Coast, Over I l There were present Chairman! Ceo. cheap.. Neat{/! ocean, at Faint Beach.L. t
W. Potter and Aldermen Bnrlthaid't< P. ,, Stevens It. ,
:\ ];. the Passing of the River and Harbor. Bill In the Otwell, Dlmlcls and LnUtlier. RENT-May ist.nutte 5 cool rooms I 'Recently Secured In New 'York =
.I The minute*of the last' regular meet- rpO
t L'' United States Senate Last Monday. completely furnished; lisa of ballitooni e Fr
J.lfi"oj1', ing were read and approved and (the reports ; large veranda. 1)0x47: Tryon.N C.WE '
\j ;, of the Marshal, Collectors and ; '
All Florida rejoices: On Monday last! The portion of the bill that appealswith Cletk and Treasurer were presented auj, Cottages HAVE"\ TWO for rent elegant forwent Lake season View, We Invite Ladies to Call ;
the in'terest t to the residents accepted. .
the Senate of the United States passedwhat greatest one, fm$6oo and one for 1700; completely
the River aud'Harbor of the southern part of the Slate A communicBtion was read from Mayor fui" 'nlsliod. Poo'tsiOlf, given' November I '
.' ': is known as for Florida deep Is that which has to do with the* appro. Whillden in which suggestions/: were Also, one furnished Cottage grooms, d and Examine our '

1 ,l'. Till waterway which projects provides the vast amount of priation for the deepening. of Biscayne, I made j for making utuch-needed repairs for the Tropical slimmer Real,; $15 Estate per month.Exchange, Lately. Purchased Stock -

$2,700,000. hn increase of about Jf6oo- Bay itt Miami. At first thought cue can 1o the streets. On motion of 418 03: If W. I. MetcalfMgrMISCELLANG'OUS ,\
,,3' ooo over the amouut named In the bill scarcely realize what effect this Is going j AMero. ell Burkhardt and Diuuck, Al '
and of dcrman Otwell was appointed a cow- .
to haveon the growth prosperity
wlieu It left the House Remember \Ve Leaders i in our Line '
The first item I''; the bill dente withthe the surrounding: territory. When it i Iii utittee df one to ivestigate as to the a f ; ,. are
I 1. the considered that the bill carries cash coat of the repairs and what Is the ALT, ADVERTISING and job ,
f:; St. Johns for river which improvements remains as it appropriation of Ir51>,OOO and a best mateiial Use And bring in a re. due the TROPICAL SUN Pun. 1 A. S. BOTSFOR& & CO. '
,;i. appreciation Co. up to and including\ Manch 39 1902, ,
'f The dredge uing contract of 1466,66700' COlltin-I' port at the next meeting of the council
was, namely, $r.300.000. ate payable to Mr. Guy Metcalf. All subscription -
/ provision for the St. Johns, was changed, may be formed of the stupendous Another letter from the Mayor bad accounts are payableto tLe .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW.C..A. ,
reference that the East new management. '
(of the proposed operations to a complaint
discretion: I excitement runs high at Miami for it-Coast Railway would, not furnish Cars TRAINED NURSES. ,
build the dn-dge. By the new wording means a substantial boom for that town for the hauling of stone from the quart ;
l,@' of the amendment be Is required to I which should in a short time entitle it les. A letter was enclosed from tbe 'PLAINED NURSES can be obtained J. CRIPEHISAOQUARTKHS J
; called official to the effect that i, addressed
have it built < to be a city. railway cars by telegram or postal to
could be had whenever asked for', Church, Home and Hospital Orlando tf-'
/ : : :' Florida. Terms, $15 perweek. 2 2Ilf FOR

I, i I WEST PALM\ BEACH/ DO YOUR BANKING! important Alderman matter Burkhardt and that brought.was up, the an FISH AND OYSTERS. Fine Jewelry Novelties Artistic Shell Goods t.

IW i I JIOKOIIED AT TAMPA' BUSINESS TO-DAY palming of the fire extinguisher boxes, :aud
which, instead of being a drab color, he ALL KINDS River OF ousters FISH, everyday.Shad also fresh. in Souvenirs, Wedcling, f Black Aluminum Nov ;
.Mr. Max Slrkln. or this City. Is Elected To-Morrow. Will be Deooratlon Day and a thought should be red. On motion of shrimp, crawfish, and clamsIn 'i
Grand Inside Guardian at Grand State Holiday. 'Will b. Observed as Aldermen Burkhardt ana Lauther, the. season. FRI$>} DttMVKhv, PUON 3. Birthday and Holiday : : cities, Toilet Articles lll.
t" Lodge I. 0. 0. F., last Week. Such. by the Bank. street committee was authorized to havd Wm. R. l1..aly.Esto.bllrdu'(11n.
1 fc .a1'o -- ... the fire extinguisher boxes: painted red.' Gifts. I. Toilet 'Sets in Sterling.,

1 The Grand"' Lodge$ of the Independent -morrow, Saturday, April 26th, is The passing of accounts was the next i 187<< ":. Order of Odd Fellows, which was! In sear ileslgnated( a State holiday, for it is orderof b.silleSS.0 bills', those-of J. : Cba .A Full Line, of Latest Magazines. and Periodicals, Always On Hand.
slot last week at Tampa, concluded its Southern Memorial Day. C. Sununets and Coukllu & Scruggs, Somers Bro. &

.:.' business on Friday. The'Dude County Slate Bank, at West were laid on the table. The following: Pittsburg Penn'a. Under Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach.

tl The last item on the list was the elwc.tion I Palm Beach, will be closed for the day, were passed}} and ordered, paid : u-a2.f. '
of officers, and it has been a ,Matter so that those having banking businessto General Fund Invite consignments of Dade County .
members, of the attend to that is usually done on Saturdays Bond A Bonit Co.,.tombs. ,.,?;.?...'!.... t 10 asLninhart l Products, Vegetables and Fruits, OIt01t01toKOIt01t0/t01t01101t01101t0etJl101t0110.0710 7100d 50dO110U01fY
i. of congratulation to tbe & potter,luuiliur..,.............. 10 till promising prompt sales, highest .
OrJer iu West Putin Beach tliat one of the must visit the bank this after tl'
Dunltk &; llli-KUl. are etlimulai; *up B85Mm. market
Plltsburg prices and Immediate
1 o 0
representatives to the Grand Lodge, Mr noon. S. Webber, food for prlHoncmli.r
\ Max Sirkin, was elected to fill a grand It is not likely that any of the local Morih...................... ,.'...<.....?.. 18 noW ( returns. Correct and con. o,. (G. G. Strohm CompanyFHMILY J is ,
o. DeBorry, hal on night watchinuD'ttuulury.w. seruatiro mArket' qdvicea and quotations If .
I &I' office. stores will be closed, especially as Sat- o 0
3 Lodge ..:....... IB!: 00 with stencils, suppliedfree It. -.
The following is the complete list of urday is important business day Lighting j 8 lsmps..a.1.: : :...... 18 OO( '
officers : Julius Otto, Key West, GrandMaster --.-- -- Stomps, etc. .....*. N' .......,. ........... 1 85W. on request.We i GROCERIES I Io
P. Hatchctt, hardware................. 1 04\t refer, to Shut paper leading! Dade Countyshipper
: ; J. Conrad DeLnnd Deputy I PUtHburfc RntikftAndotnerwell
Committee '0
Executive fleeting. p
Bond Account. and rellitble tmitrtca of luform.tion.s to our
Grand Master ; Thomas W Ralph Tbe Democratic Executive Committee R.A. Hurlleld, Hbull......... ................._ 1 00 finaiiclul Mantling and bunluew method. It.o It
Gainesville, Grand Secretary Dennis) W. P.Klnjt street sprinkling.............. 3810lev. fl 8-5t V Fancy Food Products
I will meet at West Palm Beach on Thursday .
Grand Treasurer .
Eagan Jacksonville, ; ; ( 8. Adams, hasp for nnloudliiK Ito
i Thomas C. Watson, Pensncola, Grand i, May let, at ten o'clock n. m.' to street npi' 'Inkier,.. ..............:........... !/2'J:' ADDITIONAL PARAGRAPHS ; ;. Ma ',
make arrangements for the coming Before discussion: o
4 Representative ; N. C. Petit, Waldo?I adjourning some 0 Grain and Provisions '
,, I h Trustee for Home ; E. Shugart, DeFu-1! Primaries It is Important, .each, pre. took: place la reference to the Question PURELY PERSONAL It .' vY 0 .,
nlalc Springs, Grand Marshal\ ; J. W. cinct be represented.Mrs. of urging compliance with sewer ordinance .0 "
.White, Jacksonville; Grand Conductor ; I -e' especially in the case' of those 1 Mrs. (Dr.)- Burnham entertained theyoung 'I i ,t JEFFERSON" BLOCK
s C. F. Kemp, Key West Grand-cbaplaia! Courtney has closed her niiUin. who luul,been prominent, in agitating:' ladies of the Les Fees de 1' Aig- O It 0
Max Sirkiu, West Palm Beach, Grand, Street lor sewers yet \had not so far, connected uille Club said their gentlemen friends at 1 West Palm :Beach Florida. '
cry store at the corner of Olive their properties itb the ,
Inside Guardian ; M. lIf Little, Ocala, system.- bet!' pretty home on the Lake front,last
2 or7ao7e0t1o71
Grand Herald. : anil Clewatis Avenue. Council adjourn at 8:301 0 -1-1901!
evening. o
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P. Pedersen, a well known strawberry (

--vv 7FTTIT1tIY7IIY T11It1TTvv/TT11vyvvyi//vYvvyvvVTT'vvyv y tI grower of Del ray, accompanied' by Ills -.r of'
brother Christian, was in townMonday..'
He reports the finest crop of pineapplesand : .. .I

tomatoes this year, ever grown. at Florida cud Western Meats, Poultrylame anif EggerMail "
Delrav, r'EI:
Mrs'. Sargent; who has conducted Orders Receive Careful Attention. !.\\S,t J JINgo.

I very successfully, a fancy store In West ? Jefferson Block, WEST PALM BEQC '
Palm Beach for over a year, left yesterday .

morning lor her ..!eoa'e home in --- '---
: The season is over, and Philadelphia, where Bhe will spend the t4

..t' : E still Shirts of description summer. t
: / every Mr. C. I. Cragln, of Palm Beach, left nun UAItDl."S Went Palm Beach, April an, 10O9( !
continue to roll on Thursday for his summer home inPhiladelphia. '
After spending a mouth THEY ARE COMING
in --- and patterns --- well,* or two there, Mr. Cragln will enjoy a
trip to Europe, returning here early Haven't you. noticed: PThere goes one across the.
,iiillllll > ;1111111 they are'the prettiest we next winter! floor now-kill him i You wake a frantic dive, and with more

have ever seen. A. R.; Merrill, of the Merrill-Stevens ogtlity'than grace.. :Flop! Down goes your foot WUsed.Don't .
Engineering Company, of Jacksonville, let him get away. Flop! goes the other foot ; then. a rt
;: r .xr.A) wti We have drummed into was down the coast this week looking wild jump with both feet Never) touched him. lie's sate, In '
1 after the dredging machinery of the a crevice or under the carpet ftomewhere, and-well ; yon
I j E 1f 9 x the heads of the manufacturers Florida Const Line Canal and. Transpor. don't feel like praying, as you glare, wlld.eyed looking, to
another swat at him. .
tattoo Company. get ,
ga'' at last that Florida ; Mrs. Henry Phipps!, of New York and TELL YOU WHAT TO DQ : Just come down, to the
trade wants neat effects Miss Sliaflf rr and Miss Clark, of Pitts- store and get 1& box of *" -
; burg, who left their Palm Beach borne'fot'

I N I a ..- and we have them in every the north early iu the; week, TTre OUR ROACH PASTE .. br
1t, rz'r"a rca Irr staying In SU Augustine; and Jacksonville : .
it of
; Put in out the way places. Calm your perturbed spirit
combination. White for a few days. and rest.. content. You've cot him for sure. The Paste is .
rv : A jolly party < f young people composed only 25 cents'a box. '
= with neat .
; t ..vef'r' ground, stripes of the Misses Rva Yarborough, .Finest
Kathrine .LVqping, Virginia "Crutch- i*.' w. BURKHABDT ;
black and
of blue pink
r r f field. Nela Miller and E: Hebb, of this It will to <>"
pity you our Coupon HooJcs .
,; r;, lavender, together with ; town. allddlu Messrs.Mona Harris, of Jacksonville .
t c" 'i and C. -Anderson ,
t .
R ; plain white. II B. Yarborouirb, Harry Webb, Pat
Ralley .a'M J.V. Sanders, enjoyed; e.. ---
t Rather than return delightful moonlight sail on Lake Worth

.E = r r.' these goods, we win G s last vlu Htudrlckson'a Wednesday- .s evening fine.e.a sailboat.Captain At-./ Albert all MllSt! h !40 g ra her '

Off each udio' 'ttf S hn Block, Upstair*
Cpl Cut 50 Cents to $1,00 i Per Shirt KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES' SHOESat
; the Pine Grades ; ANTHONY Baos. .8-tt WEST PALM-BBiACH FLORIDA!

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." A May-Day Fete. .
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A MayDay fete, tluder the auspices of --"' -.

the Woman's Gnlld, of Holy Trinity
Mission, will be field on Thursday afternoon .p WATER COLORS.RIeHARD

? ii and evening of next week. May !

i : park.tat, beginning .at 4 o'clock" In the' city E. RESLER.Photogpaphet : .

Of course all the good things usual, on s i
such occasions: such a* Ices, Ice-cream, ,
cake, lemonade, etc., will be served by .
the ladies. .

: : I Palm Beach West Palm ,Beach; Miami Special features announced area' Maypole Opposite CLEMATIS Masonic AVENUE. .
dance and Rebecca at the well. $
Everyone!: sb atluld make if a point to at

ANTH9NY'a SHOES J tend,'as a delightful and pleasant timeis : V/esfc Palm Beach, Fla. I : .

AUK assured., ---... .-- --____.______" t .! '
';t i ) SILENT I SA1.K8MKN \ \
Died. "
yRsa..ve O
t Ic' 1 CootSY-At West Pafni Beach on

!iabfeit aged 70 years :;

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