The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00282
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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: HAS RESIGNED ,the West' Palm, peach Board, of' Pedp1. as They Come and Qo--: .W.. P. Hatchet says & word on. ice The work on the St. Ann's parsonage'

: .. Trade Is Now Fully!! Or-. '. ', *>' .' People Whom. You': Mar: OP Cream Freezer. See ad. in this Issue. of. Is being rapidly pushed forward. ..
'. '. '. .. ganlzed., May Not Know.J. Twit Son. Chairman Oca.. W. Potter of the Town
r For a.\ nice- dish 'of, ice cream ova refreshing -< Council, will act as mayor till a'auc<:es-

"p \RESIGNATION ACCEPTEDown The first meeting of the Board of i iced 'drink, visit The Palms!, sor to Mayor Whllldiu Is elected. j .'
JIASJSEEN. : E. Chambers, of Del ray,,spent Monday -
Governor of the Board of Trade wasiheld Ice Cream Parlor.! I The Snell Grocery Store was moved '
wIth| friends in town.
in 'room' 32:: of the Jefferson Block;I'' Munyon's 'new mercantile building]; over to the Styx on the East Side of the

nd"'WIU in Friday afternoon, ', W.,Gordon Brown spent Tuesday. InMobe : on the East Side, close to. the Palnv take the first of the week
[own Council. Passes .Resolutions of Regret, Ask'thEt Sound on business. '
There were present, President'B.; II. Bench, is, nearing completion. >: Miss Ponce the well known milliner

t rrese Chairman, .Mr. Potter, to .Act for'the. :Present. Other foster S't1conclV1ce.PreaJdent Chag. E.f I IHamer Capl.: C. T. Brown, of- Delray, was in Thursday being Ascension.! Day services -, left Monday for St. Augustine, where

-- ,Business Transacted. by the Council: and Messrs. M, J3. Gruber. W., town. jresterday. 'on business. were held in St. Ann's chapel end; she will pass the summer with her

.. '.: '. Helm, O.-C.Currie,. II L. Brown and: ,Minn I. Lulu Ahgevine returned Monday I the attendance was very gratifying. ': mother.v.oniracior. )nl
; DG fiend from .. short visit with frtende I,,,' n..nn..r. .. uo_ _ ._u. ...
...l _. -..- -w.-uoruou Brown, manager ot, K. W,4iurkhotderr. aas secured
';,.'' e I oHbe Town" '. to the town*' On motion of Aldermen -"h;;. first business. submitted .by the ,luxo. :,I Wtndellt 'Plantation b'as) On hand the the contract for the erection of

: ,!... : ; ; >. } evening then Burkbardt and' Whidden, the".petition President,. was the II dog-.of salary' ort Mr L. M. Noxori; iff Delray, spent,' shedding of three1 more ,acrea'of .pine] the elegant new bona to be constructed S
( T; Chairman George woe granted.: the Secretary, whoever lie' might '..be.Riiniuneraiion .! Satnrday and Sunday. et the beach, vis; fipple plants I this summer1 for Louis S. Clarke on the

':, : Burkhsrdt THE MAYOR'S RESlQNATt'ON.; : was placed at $30.00per1 lUll'' his sister. Glen G. Strohm bas purchased the, East Side ''

S\yqu';'I'; >> and Otwell The following letter," .was read, i by year as'secretary. The selection of tlie' Mr'. Gas Anthony has been entertain-'' bosraed -of,the Palm Beach Grocery; Brakeman J. E. Hogan, of Hampton,

'. last Regular meet. Clerk Adams: seeretar'anof' tre.aurea: was then proceed Ing Mr. Ed Rumph of' 'Mla tl"* for a: and in the fall will open up a full line cf Fla, was Instantly killed on the Florida "
; motion ofAlderuien<< "To the Honorahle; Bo'd' of Alder-.. *! with and resulted' in the 'unanl": couple of days this week stock: on the'!:aat Side. East Count Railway at Cocoa station, .

; approved. The mea. Town of West Palm Beach, Fla. moue 'selection' of H. P.: Branning as.; a Mrs' F-: W,'Half, child and nurse left I, In 'compliance with the order': issued!; last Tuesltaf, by being cruaneil between

u: i : for tbte mouth ol Gentlemen: : I respectfully to state :iecret.ryand W. If. .Splt .aa Treas the first' of! the week, for their summer Sy the Town Council, the boxes containing '." the"engine' of his train ahd a 'freight car.

) [ the total 'of tf your honorable body that urgent urer. \\'MH! '" tv'I', The construction work
In Dahlonaga- <: the draw
stationed ou
chairmen of the meereL JBlome! ; fire extinguishers at flail,
licenses fees e'o:. business l matters attention The couuqullW(
? !of 'the Clerk wilt necessitate my'leaving requirini my town lOOn.aty' tees then.drafted out. a ,complete list of! !t .MiA: S.BolsfOrd; of A. A. Rotuford) fcrent portions of the town, .have beery] for the new railroad bridge across Late 1 ,
s report WevtPalm Mon-: bright red. 1 Worth fa I progressing rapidly these days
fcC t-tof Beach spent painted
'-v an overdraft ony" I absence continuing probably anti' ..heir respective committees, naming inlompll.aacdwth > ,
In Daytona, on business. i! the Beach! onl.Ibot. prospects are that wuuin the J
adlltional on
the constitutiontwo daytihnd.Tuesjay .Extensive improvements
$, and warrael.were' I November.. Hence, J band you tblsmy I ; .
few it will be
members) for each: committee Club buildings, are going on this aum-j; next weeks lu wur dug.,.
1' ) making a total resignation of the! office of Mayor, ; I :
jth'K:: To offset thla, ''were and respectfully ,ask that it be accepted,' The Hat of-committees as finally decided . MJss If ebb, who'"bas, been here on a|+!, mar under the direction of T. T Reef,. order (

( Marshal' $584.55, to take effect on May lath, as after than on, is as follows} I y].itKasthe guest of Mrs. L. C. Bowyer, Contractor T. D.. Brown ux'us. al, basj The children will alt be made happy

on band May ythj; of time I shall not br able to fill the ofiice. Committee on x.aws-G. C. Currle.j! was a passenger on Monday's. train foij' construction work on .hand. j this week,, by the erection ol u. Men y Gu a

Chairman; Judge Lewis and Judge Saunflers. jier borne in Bartow. will be tl.a Round, on Clematis Avenue adjoiulng
oEAldernienAprk- ,, In this connection I beg to express A tea meeting given by
I M. B, Gruber'a furniture store. Mr. .. S
the reports were to the Board Individually and ,=collec-i., lrrs.B. F. Jerome wilt leave next! Woman's. Home. Missionary -tyociety o(] A.
Committee anitalion-.t 'H. C. L. Allen who is in has
red to- bee,spread,,on tlvely, my sincere thanks for-! the nil, on. : r. t'u' I.
Metcalf' Mlauit -
[Hood Cliauman Ouy' dl for a number weeks -
; afterax winter afternoon, May lath, at o'clock, at / : .
[' 'rS ( I f touragement, assistance, ronrtesv and nectleut delightful soJourn 3 tbd I
y 1 '
(.. W Burk bardt. ] Id hom..orMrav-OL'L Brauning. All are The Miami Steam Laundry is 'now
ACCOUNTS kindness, extended. me during my term> the Cottage City. >' -, S
Committee{ on Transportation-- EOruber -| turning first cl.ss work. Mr. Mur-,
of office, Hoping the Board may btI.able' Mr. J. F. AlldUs of the Sharpall Co., cordially invited. I out -
Whtlldifl'was pre, Chairman; C. G. Strobm and $j.i I J ry Aultuian, at Sewell Bros'. store, leas s
to choose efficient citizen to Ban4ran
tt tlncludedaevI some of DeLano;. specialist tn advertisinghas The large threeatory building on ;
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; 75. B. Dean.Coiunilttee. be West Palm Beach All work'
ald "by the Maxoi'or fill iny nuexplred term Pam, gentlemen L, been in town this'week interviewing : Street, occupied by James Brlsbonel agency. .
'- EducaUou--Harry tuft with him will receive prompt attention. -
business ,nd.owned by Alderman J.C Lautber.
the men.
improvements."' ;An- Yours most cordially I I.Wilmoti drown, Chairman;. W.:T. Metcalf. and C Satisfaction guaranteed tf4
will bv moved from Its present locationto
Miss. Grace Lalnnarf of the public
fron L. W. C. CliillinKworth.
Whilldin,. Mayor." j school stauof teachers wilt leave foi > a plot of ground in the'.new Flagler Mr. Btu H. Duster president of the
totaling $20.74. : Committee on Public Buildings apd
addition to the Uwn across: the railroad West Palm Brach Board of :Xiade has. '
Whidden and Several''memberx of the Council) Boston In a few weeks, ou a visit ; ,
motion of( <<;rmelt i Agriculture B. Peach, Chairman; G '
1 I. the accounts were accepted and expressed regret that the Mayor U BraaDlag "':let-C. W. Potter, friends, and later will go to Europe J t1 tracks. .tunounced himself a candidate for treasurer

to be paid. I found it nec"auny to band In hiss Committee on Highways and; Parks: study art. Word was. received here this week rot Dade County, subject to tb\s\ ,

'I sataryt checks for Ole month for resignation,'and on motion of Aldermen'\ W. ileim, Chairman; T. D, Brown 'an
( officers', amounting to $,88.oo, Burkhardt and/Whidden it was accepted O.-W.-Idner. Ing: merchants pissed through here yesterday ma' ," Iii command\ of Capt. A.J.Canovamaster .!.r
on motion of Aldermen Burkhardt : Aldermen Burkhardt and Ot i This concluded the business of the en route to_St, Augustine, wher of the' Poincntna fleet,* who I Large coiigr, gutiuiis kUtudx) Loll. S

I I.A," ordered to be oaid. ,MeBerrU ". well moved' that the Cleik notify Mayor afternoon and the Board adjourned, he will en joy/a few days with friend taking l Ibis. noted craft .to New. York, .er vices at the Methodist Churcu: Saillay. -

..' ., !). : -bill! or!:,account!' for : :WbiUdinpt i the acceptance.of his) reslg-i; subject to the call of the Chairman.A ,and kinsfolk : reached Charleston and In 's few. days At the uiuruiug serve' >. live new' 4..

';' tc;, totaling 134.:1: $..and'.II"ac-, nation; and also express the appreciation- ----e. I Mr. L.P.: Stevens' of East' Side, who! expected to be at Newport. "ulb..were received uy i ,' pamuf' y

from Conklin & Scruggs. for $:r.00j' of the Council for his! valuable service. Touching; Incident.A la a regular: winter visitor !at Palm.BeacbleftonWedaesday'for j THB TROPICAi. SON staff cabbage, .tItV. C. Fred Blackburn, dud in rev pcr- I l

ordered paid. as chlefmugtstrste ,and egret .at, hi* truly touching incident was noted his summer. home' the receipt of an enormous ous were baptized. 'Atirr Inv sermon '

*motion of.-Aldermen Wbidden and retiring from' that oflice.\ -:' j t the new city cemetery on. Sunday last in Boston, Mass.- He expects to returnl from Mr' J. D. Mathis proprietor of th vlie Sacrament was a.wluISLcr.d.:

khar4t, the Council decided' to ,cut Before the Coptic, adjourned an In* which Clematis Avenue, Supply Store of tb.ii
that revealed<< a depth of child love early in October. I j The Board of- Director fur the Cooperative
/ Marshal O'Neals salary and formal discussion. took place In Tdereace -' 'The cabbage a.'arrown by Mr]
olden mornlnsj
) I ihould be an,Inspiration for' people Irvine Burdette left/ Monday Association ul West Palm '
fees. to the matter ol fire < his remuneration by\ proper protec little C. A. on<
Two girls, aged about ten for Valdosta,'Ce., where he'win attend*) land Beach, met on Thursday evening and
C. Lauther petitioned for permis tioa bnt definite Jlctlon'wa.1I postponed opposite the inlet, in sand with 1
t years, were seeu to. place several pretty college! for'three or four months before! "ippointed i Mr. Frank Darling manager
Ban Ipending consultation' with 'the Board of; seed It weighed
to nioye a frame house across.- little cotton .meal. 19
the' of'one who 'his
floraljributes on grave returning hometo. resume- posltiot-i jl the uew store opened in the Masonic
Street to the new railway addition Trade. CouaciV adjourned at 8:4: $. ; pounds. !
I haifCeen them a dear old grandma with Anthony Bros. J j' block The store wilt be opened all ;

_ '4 .. -- There were', flowers enough! and" toj! Mr. (:. F. Feldhacker and family who i Mr. S. Worthington< has this week I day long commencing on Saturday.

A LARGE ATTENDANCE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 't iparerand what were. leftover have\ been:-spending the winter at th.;: purchased a tract of land lying, Imme
t : of the Florida Plueapplei The Guild of Holy Trinity Church
placed on another' -grave not far were telfnortb' ,
Beach left'for their home in EyansvillejInd.
EAHNJSSTLY REQUESTED NOW DOING BUSINESSThis An'old man asked' them whose ., ,on Friday morning .last. They, Company tract. and 'having :339 feet! net on Thursday afternoon at the home j

that was, and 'the reply'came!! "W<< doa' frontage on Lake Worth', extending >t Mrs. Gardner, Evernia' Street. After
,the First' Bcttalar ...Una; of the ,Newly New Enterprise- Threw Open Its Doors known but its somebody's papa expect: to return in. (the fall. back to'the county road. This is as ( te business. had been concluded, the
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''S S Organized. Board ot Trd* Oaoura Lavl Saturday Evening In,the Ar- or mamma." J Jtn .Rev. C*. ltreJ'11I'aekbam i pastor of the, splendidly located strip of land sadMr. adieu were entertained by several grum-

Next Wednssdar: Might.What. '. ,.0ade Masonlo Block .; this connection" It will not be out oil West' Palm, Bench. Methodist Church; Worthington. la fortunate in-becom;+' ,,hone selections. The meetiug of the
of place to sgsiu.call attention to the noble;! was at Stuart ibis week assisting.In' lug'Its po.eeseoriRee.S viuifd next week wilt be held at the residence -

,will fealty'' be the' lint regular\ The new store the CooperativeAasoclalloa work being done by the Ladies' Cemetery; special, revival i services, .which aH in D.,.Paineat the request of of Mrs.\ W. P. Hatcbett ou TUuriUy -

meeUdfc" of the, newly'i organised. Boardof of ,West Palm- Beach, was Committee Who ale doing much tolm1 progress lo. the. Methodist" Church of tom of his people, will commence a allernoou. A large attendance: of

Trade or West Palm Beach,, will be opened for business last Saturday evenIng prove and beautify the resting place oil that place Bible class, on Wednesday evening to mbers is requested. I e
evening of next, in the location: in the Arcade, In, the Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,Maddock I : and,
'. tfield on Weduesdsy he dead, Although,, man of .thei, .res-j, study the Bibles All who are Interested, The regular anniversary picnic of toe
,week 1\la'J4tk. at 7:30 o' luek; Masonic block.'Thin 'I j have contributed Mr. ,Sydney Maddock, left Tuesday
Idents along Lake Worth
men and women, members of the church M. li. Sunday: School will be held to-
Jt desirable thai a )Urge number of Association has been fully organized tnnds'arenedded morning for their.home In' Brooklyn, N. .
freely, more t.l ij makes no differeuae are invited narrow, Saturday, May lotli. The
or n
i,' iuembera.' be. present toconrhler.fnr- wltlTihe\ following as officers: for object that appeal Strongly to all V. ,Mr. Maddock >vlllb back early'In
that are to be made by an to attend. I>, will commence sharpat ueamar "Parni Beach" has been chartered : -
jporlant reports fall look after'some alterations
tterk.l. &1.M. Brock. the
Some of the .standing/ committeea. The who take a pride in improving their : 7:30: and clone In ,leae than one hour for the day, and will leave the
Treasurer F. M. Blitch; and sdditiona to hi*t hotel, the Palm
Viucomon of better fir. protection .IR town and its public Institutions. : The young people are especially Invited. City wbarf at 9 o clock goiujc U .Manaiapnu -
.slated .first for 'consideration and 'Diectoraj. P. Hoffman John Whitney -' i Beach)\, betore tourist travel, sets, In-
cJ, a9 ..__4, Toe Messrs.. and 'w: H. Sanders Beach. A small fare Mill becbargedtodefraytbeekpeuat..Oa
11I",1<11\. 'i R.: M. Outland!,: f). T. Sandeison. : Mr. I;. P. Lone returned to West Palm Henry ,
S ',Sent I". amendments to the constitution Rob Barter; and D. P. Kerwin.. Sacred Concert.. 'afterrpeuding are patiently: awaiting the arrival iug lo
I also be proposed and 'other the, Beach on,.:Wedneadaymorning, the site of,the steamer,tnvitaliuus IIdVC'
may Hoffman- bar been elected president A sacred conc'ert'wi1f; be given by of a number of cars which'they recently i "
hl.tte..at Importance are to be--brought 1. P. Lake: Worth Band' Orchestra next Sun-i !w0' weeks on a busIncM trip purchased. in order thot.they: may get' been extended to the :Sunday: ;acu: ..v,! *,+,\
by the Board of Director., and J. F. this place "
forward. ....--lit Hoffinant F.;; M.. Butch aad.D. T., Saudersou'.a day evening, .May nth .630"to 7130Jii : aud through-the Miami.country'. .He visited manyof the I to work on their grading and filling contracts I us patrons, the Bpworth L..jU.h' ,ai'dt.ie : "

Pleasant Social. Hop; the Board 'of \Managers.Campaign | th,' jty park when the;; following, large truck and fruit.farms and reports i on tbeEart Side. Their locomo members of Lila church.

A.oclal'hop.' at the Club: ..-onFriday' program:wllt be rendered:,* I The live la now here} but until' they receive' The moiituly uieleoruii. gtcl auintnnryof ,

evening last was unanimously 1. La.nto".,........ ........... .........Hnn.lt-1 I IIf. that largecropaaretbernle. pine rail and cars, they are practically tlpv < the VuiUU :biiitui.: .\\: vtb'' r r.r' ,
.. .'! Committee, "Stlllo VaobC'............,..,?...,. ..Hajrilvn.. season.will open up within a few weeks, four i.i: .i....
toted !"the best thing yet this season.Tu 8. "Rock o' A 'L"................. ......Ha.tln.... and there are'many hundred acres that They are rebuilding three -or :ytsLIOOSt: IIIi' ear. i. I I.uowa
the&tr.lua:"of the. most entranclngninsie 'The following l / 'are the lIallles.o( the 4. "BT nlnir rrar.r"w...............Kreulwr.. will yield ceptionnlly fine fruit. of the old cars used some years since in the' mean tour; i"tur. r

fiirniahed by the members- the parties constituting the; State campaign 'IS. .-aii.r..a nuns"...........*...._......iW.l>..... : ;1te: filling operations back of Senates month to' have, been. 72. tikg.ov! ..
West ".Im Beach Orchestra, under the. committee; selected from the State Executive 6 "N..i.r r My Qn'l to Tbm"..... ..,Mrumn. ,' Louis S.;Clarke was' among the' passengers Dimlck'a old how. highest temperature, 8(3( ,. was reI> ,-"
leadership' Director Mlnnick, "will! be the first of o*Tuelda,'* train for hts'suut-
concert a
able Committee viz: This W. R. lIar considerable the light- tJ j ItiBettonegrace, and I A.T. Williams Kerunndlna ierles, whlchv-wiir CaD tinlltf for sometime mer b me.'BI'111 Ma..r,'Pa. Mr,, dark pineapple growers' of the lower Indian tered on the and. Fur the vorrlta; ,,

hate The iuvitsd\ goesls were Mho J..K, Cr ,ne,.Tampi. and will "tak. the place of the beforeleaving; arranged,for the erection River Country whose, plantation Is. at month last year the mtl au Lp j ,1... .. ,.

r HrrU.", MIN Lamping/Miss HtbbrMIssCoiova J..E. Wolfe, Peosacola.: : usual weekly ,concert.-gle0on> Friday of a, tkandsome. winter cotttge on >Jhe Jensen and who has an extensive orangegrovr wss69 sod the average. for' t e uijuth
F. Ulsa Yarborough Mls Miller; resumed tilt Palm Beach side oC, the Like just southof e
/ which will not 'the r
evenings, : of tor af eca
April past 'errs
t'I' P. J. P.rnsidePalatka. at White City, passed througb i47f.
10. Miss'Grace Lalab.rt.1\U Nelley. Clow iut. becouw.,, tuu.e.pt.,6.dent the one built bi.bl. brother John, S. '
the newi i fall ;
Miss Luclle-'Crtntchfield. Mls.. MAiDaGotereau. ,J. TX Callnway, takrf City.: here on Monday morning's train ou bl The rain shows a total precipitation
k Miss Virginia' Crutchfield, W.L. ealwerLOriindo., The public: .will appreciate Professoi1 Clarke last snmtner Mr. Clarke's' new. way front Born too, whurebe has fourteen of .97 inches, which Is the lo.ve recorded

i MisS Margaret CIbwrand Mrs J. Don C. 'j;Mr Barrs'Jacksonville. KanlTnian* effort In the. way of 'cottage wilt bccupy'the site where formerly acres of fine-vegetable*. from which In t be past fifteen years (th 'avtrnge

t St" Morris: ., and Messrs.- Frank C. Gardner. ..... providing. music. : the Reynold's;' cottage stood, and ne is Just beginning to ship. Mr. Ha,. of which baa.eeIl'2.71IUCbora) except la,
L .p .Ie Miller Harry HeM>, Bert'Yar.lKjrou .--- --+ the small tenement cottage back of It, dee's1 large interests both in Brevard when the d
l .. Pal Ratlev Joe Veuahlea, Mafr- KRIPPBpIDORF3: tADH; )' SHOfiSat KNOX HATS",:'standard of the-world ha*jihK> bee.laktn away.to makr room and Dada.COuttesi make Atm one of April tSgi prec- .e:

1 r.y..A'"uaa. Glen O. fitrohm and.J Doa AKTKONV' BROS.! *' -at AKTHONVS Sacs for the new muctursv the leading farmers this region. only,.74, Inches.

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,; THE TROPICAL SUN. to my mind OnO of the best steps TA Kansas l tliW held! that an express large majority of the people are\ said '

n taken by our townsmen. If thin agent could not 'deliver a C. O. D. to have, boon outspoken\ favor of k ITS '

Pioneer Paper of Dad. County, Florid timely organization be kept alive and package containing liquor* as, that Mr. CattO;, He was formerly proprietor )

alert' ic cannot fail to accomplishmuch !amounted to a sale and; ,was Illegal; of the Putnam lIou e.ln Palut- III'' II $ _e EASY ,.1,

TROPICAL! SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. good; besides being source of In the State. The Supremo,Court bus ka and for some: time prior to the

b HARRY L. BROWN. MANAOIB.! mutual benefit' and/ pleasure all reversed the dopisiojp on \vtho ground Jacksonville! Ore managed; t the United! "" ''

pu.LIUN.D.V.RY PMIDAV, around .'' e' s that t'ha' privilege of such! delivery\ States (the/ old Cavleton) Hotel, I iiJacksonville. ,. IC '/ TO

AT wa.T PL,_BEAOM.DADa COUNTY FLORIDA.. I pan call to mind:. *the names of ;'cannot: 'be taken away Jfrjfr'in the express ,. J ;.

tome seventy-live or roorelnt.imate. company. : AIE
towns 0ooooosoooooooaoooCHURCH'
n-the .
'ly Interested men,
V 8 .
"4''' i r' Entered at Ibo Poitofflce'ot Want Palm Beach welfare every one of whom should For the first; time since 'Cltjj,,Clerk ? NCt?: I ES' ,. .
at Kcoud-claM matter.KKIDAY
; he a live member ofithls Board of I Qeo.$.'Adams took office that olttclal g ICE CREAkWhen

+ ,MAYA tOU!!. Trade (in union there is. strength) I WM. able to announce 'jo the ,
._ and what excellent results these' citizens < .. Methodist Church? ., You Have '
If 17.
i_ Council at the meetlnTnesd/ oighr, a Good Freeze:r.*
can unitedly bring/( about, -oneyear's Regular services on Sunday.] [Morn.; ;
__ P ; NR. CHIUINGWORTH I EXPLAINS. will In his monthly, report, that the town tug; service at it' o'clock, evening service the }
experience ol r their work WHITE AieDNTHIli'SSM ,
Wont Polm Beach. Fill., April 16, tOO!!. had!> ,surplus ia the treasury. .however at 7:30: o'clock. ,) *' ": : t i
show. meet-
.1 gratifyingly 'Frequent Lhadsurplus isetubetantialas ,, '
EUITOH TllOI'ICAL: SUN Sunday School at.4::45 a., \i. '
;I V,1, Permit nip' to nay that the charge mode In Ings {should be tho role; and every will be seen from the ,r rJort, nnd Epworth League et 3,30'P.: .. ni. "nd therefore; the cheapest. As we always carry the;>Beat Goods st.the"
your columns Hint Minors. Iloliblns laud Hey- possible scheme for advancement Lowest Prices tho WHITE MOUNTAIN Illls 'the' bill, W.
law book at the expeime of tlit much of the credit lor .thla.sati5tgc- Rev C. Fred Btackbqrn pastor. !
ff county HIT bought 1. untruo.u The oomplatriunt lit Hit. )f town interests Uiscu ad). Talk tory state of affairs Is' due the; collector -.--.... '.. would bit. glad to show, you one, and tell., you more about them.. '',-,,, .

county bond cane had attacked a certain, should lead to. action, with movetnents'set Marshal W. ((1, DeBerry.I' Congregational Church: : '
Art of the I>Kl.liUure ID 1877. To Rot at Services at the West Paint Beach Con. f ,
toward ( <
on foot reaching '--' .H1\T(2.H B'TT
u till bottom ol the matter, It wan uece ar> : ,
m. and.":
9' Church at '
.' fo KO: back of the Revised Statu t.... The Act. desired results. (texattonal: it a. 7:30:
I}', ot 1H77 hove lung elnce boon out of print This organization will be warmly For the information of those who p, tn. Preaching by.., the pastor, Rev. e. __ >,
There was not a copy In Dodo 01' Hrevar Town wish to hear the mysterious music D. PaIne. ., ... I
5 t counties upon this cave wan argued In the welcomed also by the, Council for which the Manatee river Is noted Christian Endeavor at 6:36: p.tn. '-0-0-0
Circuit Court,though there.la one now. Obvlnnsly is a useful auxiliary: and strong
'It 'S there win, nothing for they gontUr ve will state that fro in now until the Sunday-school! at io a, ni. MURKH'AUDT'S' .:
helpful assistant la devising way Went( Palm ])each:3larP,11)OA: i .. wt
men to do but to obtain.typewritten com ast of May the.tirae. and .the.north. Prayer and song service... Wednesday, ,.
I Irt of the Act from the Bucretnry olgtata, whtclIn and means for the pushing ahead o aide of the river opposite Manatee'! h \t 7:15; p. m. '
.;. exactly what they illJ, loHtead. ot a. book tar promising: town and also as orippreciated All are cordially! invited. A MERITORIOUS" ,, ''w
t? ,t. their wholoiln confuted In buying a few the best place to hear It. If you .
In ,
advisor .
'll' of ol to hum ufte many c. ARTICLE .
line typewriting no use ) have never heard It you should not ; -
i ,' ((4 the ciifio la onded. matters. Win. A. Blase--tbe.boas barber has .
'.#,, I know tliinq men Intimately, Ono ot f then Council it let this opportunity pass, ns It ic :
As an adjunct ,to just opened np the largest, best venti Abqut ihree'1.ears'ago" Pierce Company'of New York"1
; was my partner for five year -a roan olInuurruptlblo !indeed "strange 'and mysterious.
'Y ff character-anil the other ha Alit prove most beneficial by mov- Manatee River Journal. lated and most completely equipped bar- induced ua'to place on sale their Agate Paint r
been .. .revered. and honored closes of Dad ing harmoniously avoiding: carping. ier shop in Dade Connty, with four a.
Jo'thatf have learned that It Is the ,
w, for moat of tbnt time 01 time. Boatmen paint
nuiirly twenty yearn uncalled, for criticisms.Of chairs In Seminole Hotel Block. West ,
." % ,, the bench For honorable motive( *and clout or The excellent I letter' from the Honorary Palm Beach. 3t they ever used, regardless of price or quality. 'of any, other. .
a r w ,,.. fluallnRM, they itand aa high as the hlglie course In a, tQwn such na ours, I --..---- make. r% .
P, 'rA charge them with nt...nllng a two' dolln- where the natural tendency and ultimate President.of the .newly) organized : -
'r,'' law book IH to charge the rldlculoun. I Board of Trade, Mayor Wilmon EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES, J6.oo and, House OWnerS, who used It, have the satisfaction! : '
1 have never answered a newiipupor. at success, lies almost wholly r which ?.7oo-finest made-at ANTHOMV'S, -ot seeing their biiiidinga stay. painted.. No..bare streaks worry
Wbilldin in this Issue *
( ; tack made on niyaell and never' shall. But Hong the line of a tourist and appears them to-day with-a procpective'palutJjlll. :
y1'' wlHh the truth atated about' Robblus am with few plausible of THE SUN, will be read with a groat .
resort point, Tills Paint has 'One
{ llttywr. C.Chllllugwortb.. 0o00ooo000pp an unusually heavy body.? gallon
1i interest by all the members of the
claims as an industrial or manufacturing will take enough oil to make almost two gallons. It would be
"f The above letter from Mr. Chilling there is not that inviting1 Board. The Mayor's remarks are to \ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS se1It
; locality, cljenp) at $2 a gallon. Wo'can | al low as $1.35. per
worth speaks for itself. His ve'r.itlirnsy domain for the workings of a the point, and, it Is encouraging to '
>OOOOOOOOO<: gallon and guarantee that will be pleated s
; ,. pretext of excuse baaed on the Board of Trade, as presented: in all the organization; at this st ge,or' Its ? you ,

t' Htutel'.ient that the Act of. 1877 the year, busy commercial. points. existence to hevn each Jin expressionof For the Legislature. Finest Groceries]

',x A'' ", which Tim: SUN stated hnd been pur, While necessarily limited in the scope approval" from the chief.' magistrate / The-trlcnilii ut'Mr. A. A. HOOOS at >;o- L. w. ;BTJKKHARDT '_ "

'''"J''J1j'! I, I clinseil for line in the county bon )t its operation still It can do mutt of the' lty. oanut.., Grove.lor thu hereUy tflHlaturo linnoiineA from. him Untie n. alamllilatn It will, pay you to purchase our Coupon.. Books.

case, came in manuscript form instead In restricted I )'nuntyt7orldaeubfect,' to the action ol the l
good though; laboring a : Oemocratlo. prlmarlm.. b
l r of in book binding, makes n.f < leld'. Furthermore, these meetings i Joseph Jefferson the actor relate n,.,

1''; difference whatever In the consideration .)f our business men, will prove a I that l in driving; from Buzzard's1' to To the Democratic.Voter ol Dade, County; J .
I hereby announce inynelf aa a rendldutror
r. I I of( tbe'princlple involved. source of much good; pleasure in a i, Onset; Mass., be eDCOuntered.a/ wo- Itepreienlatlveof Dade()ollnty.subject to PARK :"' *r'f' ?;\: '
I That the attorneys mentioned sow friendly way bring the leaders together nan In bloomerswho bad dismount thuuutluu of ,the eniouratlo. I'rluiarlvM.tlllAHAM W. KING.. eTTHGE /

_ fit to charge? Dade County with thi soda fly,getting; them closer !id from her bicycle and seemed to l lIP
c data which they felt necessary tlw' such ''a a quandary. She hailed him with "
touch out
killing laooflf
; ; For-Tax Assessor .. .----. SPLEIIDIDLY LOCATED th'ef
procure, in order to post themselves growths, as petty cliques and factions rue querr.v: "Can you tell me if this < ". /
in the handling of this case, after I Wareham "The I ro tile Aeniecratte Voters of Dada County : Transient Rates. Shores and Overlooking BliAUTJFUL; LAKE
of concord is the to ? .
developing a spirit way : pray Reasonable
1 (' charging; the enormous fee ofl,000. : and general fellowsblp, -from' all of to wear 'em?" repeated JOsplfl.Tef! I Ihe-olllceol hh..anno"n..e Tax AmwMor mywlt,a.aulijuut n. cnndldnte'or to the 'i _, '_'...." f WORTH. Comfortable, airy, well-f :nl.bed ,

;. 00 for their professional services, if i Person at 'the' broofiers."Certainly tctluo of the Democratic krlua.rlee.n.. Special Rate I rooms. 'vr'
which only the happiest results can looking ;SI. sMITir: It. ,
the Week I
.too absurd to be explained bj L -I .By | Good home and table ; r
s away he the outcome. A representative madam; it's the way ] u- .------. cooking service
t, ,, their friend Mr. Chillingworth's, weal.) ifflcially organized; body of leading( wear mine." v For Treasurer Addressor.'

i but plausible effort. citizens will be able to bring about ---- I hereby announce tnywlr' .a CHndlilaM for Call 01\ "."II'.u.Lrs.&I&U'.. C. ;;:.MADISON, Prop ..
It is to ImotHceof TrenMtirer of Dade Oouuby.aiib. '" ..
unnecessary re West Palm .
grievance Beach tin
relief In cases of f public station on ,met to-the Democratic
state to intelligent men and tax pay'ers when individual effort would utterly ; Florida East Coast Bail way, la the rrIINal7i'DUNTEa; w < r .:'"

v that the charge of an enormoui ha great centre of Interest twice each ..............'........................................
''ail.. No such valuable move w 1, I'
fee by an attorney for his services. been set on foot, looking to the advising day. At ,this season of the-year-the For Tax Collector. Newly Funned Throughout 1 Rate. $'::50 P.a,pay .. :. '

u+. 'preparing and conducting a case, i.I' it. ; of helpful measures for out rush of travel is outward bound,and ..'o the Doniocrallc Voter.* .of Dante County 1i : s w Sp..lat ,.t.a by W'1t. .. "- .bUt.

i i? supposed to"carry with It whatevei leliKhtful; town, as the organizing ola. every train carries away ont or more the hereby"oaltlon" ol Count").elf Tux an CullucWr a)cnndldatior ,sub : Tai s.. .M

expense may be necessarily incurrei /. Board of Trade.I winter residents. But the late sum '....etolehuldolnlj'lnrhpmxtesnd reaped I'rltuH- "
couusel in themselves fully' ,reuuent the support and! votes of m.friend. :
by posting at full }
sincerely hope it has come to mer and early months will tell n .. XtlOM.: J. HhalEK., i Commercial Hotel

ii d to thelaw points involved. It woulf stay, for the longer; It exle'ts. thi- different story and reverse the situaflon. \ ,'

be a pretty state of affairs if client, In the meantime business! coniitiona : "
stronger in usefulness itshonld grow. CLEMATIS AVENUE, NEAR JBFFERSON BLOCK s
4 v$ were compelled to bear the expena A municipality la a community o'' continue normal and ,are a. I Everybody's Column .. ., [; ., 1:.
of the legal education of their attorneys satisfactory as be expected for 'O. I
can :
fi interests, where all are concerned all' : W. SCHMID, Proprietor "
in the' preparation of cases, ire copartners In Its weal or woe. the! dull season I' .

'" r",', which their recognized; ability ant tad all should possess a Spirit o' WANTED.__ :. Special Attention to All Rooms Lighted c-.-:": -- f.

standing, would be supposed to"ren- r pride In the performance of civic Saturday, last was the first anniversary \-\TANTBD-AGENTS in all town "
r der them competent to take care or ,luty. of the terrible and disastrous I: f f where we are not represented. S Travelling Men t With Gas .S ,
I Write for agents' terms. Address, All-
'f e :Mr. Chillingworth'a panegyric 01, With this energetic, representativebody conflagration that wiped out avery I awl I Steam Laundry, Jas. C. Ligeour, : Free Sample Room S

,,,r the dealings character Qt his, standing fellow ,attorneys motives am II'' of citizens, working us a unit'. large portion of tho city of PrQprletor. 3 9 if .......111'...............................................?
t ?k for town Improvement enforcement t Jacksonville. The anniversary was I FOR SALE. "

t.Y this very questionable case, is entirely if f.law, morality economic expenditure -, marked in a special and 'appropriate' ,
uncalled for but it is quite nat GOOD ALL-ROUND WORK
r of public funds, fair treatmentin manner by the Jacksonville Times II ONE for sale, ami cue tancy dr v '
ural that he should attempt to clou; transportation matters, awakening Union and Citizen which Issued a ng horse standard bred. W. P, Hatcbjtt. L S. BOTSFORD & CO.

this matter in every possible way ; of a progressive publicspirltetp.. souvenir- edition Sunday setting y 9lL i

Although his position is rldiculou* Wuet Palm Beech will Impulse' forth the great; improvements the rOR SALE-ai ft, Launch, 'perfectorder t <"
in the extreme when he undertake' to a''degree redounding to her 1? ; also :a H. p, Pierce engine.
strength and general uplifting:, past year, and the wonderful pi ogress half price. Agent for the Gray Marine Dry Goods Notions'
M'' to convey the idea. that there art Yours for the Board of Trade, made In rebuilding the burned ,tad Stationary Gas engines. W. P. :, ,

? x two sides in_ this very_ peculiar case, WILMON WSILLDllf. district and. In re-establishing 'Indus U derwood, Rosetand: Fla. ,_ i 31 tf

., T when the minds of the j public generally tries that had beenfor the time being FOR SALE.-One large Bay horse, 7 andLadies'. Furnishings a aWe
; are well satisfied thtr old. Serviceable and sound "
The resignation. of Mr. WI'raoDvVhilldin destroyed. This souvenir edition Is
to .C. LautherVe.t Palm
there In hut one side to It and thi J ,
as Mayor of West 'Palm worthy of unstinted, praise from the Beach, Fla. 818 4t
) ... .
invite the call
l' .. Ladies to nnd examine
tax are paying for all tin .o.-
r' payers
Reach; press and people, not only ol Jack
.music. came as a surprise to tb- 'pWO HORSES, ages an A our lately purchased stock '

It is indeed commendable and "own Council when read at Tue aynight's tonvllle, bafrof all Florida.. JL years Either: guaranteed. One ..
n' very session and since l that time trap and one surrey. Also 'two drayvagous.
praiseworthy in Mr. Chillingworth to Will sell together or separatey. .. Remember 'We are' Leaders '
many prominent business and Before the Town Council: adjournedon1 .a
rush Into print to make' a defense professional Address P* O. Box 341, West- Palm in our LinoMulgobas
'. men have joined with the TuesdAY,evening, Alderman-L. Beach, or inquire at this office r
for his brother
attorneys-a procedure Council W. Burkhardt that mat. '
expressions of regret that brought; up l
's which he insists he would FOR RENT.WE -
{ neverresort he is to leave town, even for a short ter which la just i; now occupying the) .. GRAFTED ': ;

to to protect himself time. Men of. Mayor Whilldin's minds of f the people .of, Wean Palm HAYS TWO elegant Lake View BUDDED, I Mangoes
i Mr. Ohillingworth says "I wish the Cottages lor rent for next season, ,
stamp are a strength to any towa 01 Beach above all other things; ,uatnely !- jne; far$6oo and one for$700; completely
stated about
r truth Kobbius amlleyser. Ity, and it will be a difficult matter, proper fire protection. He, sag: furnished. Possession given November >. Largest Collectloq. << .of Crotons in the United State" Palms, Pbyllanthan. -

l i The fact' Is, Tom SUN' hatIS' to select a successor who will carry Bested that Mr. Varrott head of the -. Also, one furnished Cottage, 7 rooms, etc. All pot grown. Fill I Line of Citrus Stock. ,
been stating as much truth as cm (for the summer ; $25 per moutb. grownon HIgh Spruce Pine Land. Addrei" '
4 j >n the work of town Improvement so Water Works Company, should b f Tropical Real Estate Exchange, :
be obtained about this ,
and Ii
is quite] evident that the affair truth is the energetically, unselfishly and willing communicated with at once: ,in 4 IS oa: If W. I, Metcalf, Mgr. JOHN J3. BEACH West Palm: Beach. Flav ;"

t ly'as the gentleman who has so satisfactorily reference. to,,obtaining greater pre,- FOUND. ----- -----------_
thing that it were better for
p' very filled the office of Mayor, sure! and this, met with unanimous Proof
; eome people hod it been euppreseed.t IT'OUND' -A diamond brooch or breast now on until the
e' Meanwhile, Dado's citizens will for the past few years. One and all i approval. :A timely suggestion; was J?: pin. ''Owner can tine by describing Special p Summer r Priceslion season ifl commenced again buoy, I
_.: *. con join In wishing Mr. and Mra. Whilldln also made by Chairman Geo.. W. It and paying: coat of advertisement.I will 1 give the. residents' of West
,' time to pay the bills, the interest on that action be deferred till Apply to W. P. HatchetU 59 If .. Palm Deaeb substantial redac-
4 pleasant sojourn in the North and Potter
rl rlr on all shoe repairing;cleaning and
the bonds these various interesting i I wblteDlulr' Come pad investigate\ this.
*" safe return to West Palm. Beach a' conference could be held with the I MISCELLANEOUS. ,and save money
t"y '{, items of fees, Incidentals and expenses i -, ....
early in the fall. committee ofthe Board! ol "
proper BUCKEYE SHOP NoIIdIu! :
1i while they rock along the best I ALL ADVERTISING and job ac- I I JOHN F. ROSS
without the roads ,Trade. It to how up to the Board, to >> due the TROPICAL SUN PUB, '
they may they Scientists claim that the soil of the; act. Co: up to and including March 29, got,
once fondly hoped to enjoy. Everglades in Florida, In the richest ire payable Co Mr.Guy Metcalf. All sub- :$2.00 WILL PAY FOR
JCriptiou accounts -
are payable to tLe
d Gratifying as this situation may In the world, nnd would if drained, Mr. Cat to baa been acquitted ot the new managementTRAINED -

4' be to Mr. Chillingwortb and his fellow prod ce' marvelous crops ,of nearly charge''of attempting to born the .. The Jacksonville Daily Metropolis I

.4' counsel in the case, it may not anything planted. It Is proposed to Putnam House at Palatba. Th : NURSSS.c .

S be quite MO satisfactory to the prop reclaim this Immense tract, which committing magistrate required ball TRAINED NURSES can be obtained From now until DECEMBER i;: IDot, covering> the entire v

erty owners of Dade out of whose covers nearly 4,000 square miles, by for his. appearance at Circuit Court; or postal addressed to cope of the Political Campaigns' the year Address
t Church, Home and Hospital, UrUndo, .
public funds warrants are being. building drainage canals to takeoff which was refused and the cose ,
; was Flotlda. Terms, $15 perweek. a-zitf CARTER & RUSSELL rUHLISHIN'0 '
drawn to cover.ENCOURAGEMENT. JaclffionTllle.. Fla.
the water, and at the same time serveas taken before"Judge'13ullock on a writ ,
-- ---
a of of habeas! who after to
means transportation between corpus hearing .
FROM' THE MAYOR. plantations. Contrary, to the the evidence discharged the prisoner. D. M. GEAURIDEAU CITY MEAT :MARKET--

saki ,,, rt 11 Editor T OPC'4L HUN: general belief the; Everglades; are! r Hon. Alexander St.Clair Abram.and PALMS SHAVING PARLOR Florida and Western Meats Toaltrf Game
The league of business men and healthful! the water Is sweet and Walter '}I. Davis! represented' Mr, !' RsiSbta. ::??80rl'" work"' the and 'Eggs. ,

other citizens, lecently formed for pure, and there Is a total ,absence of Catto. Tbe case caused great interact SHOP( Old UNDER HOTEL PALMS. Mail Orders R.c.lve Careful Attantlem.sly '

"_4 the furtherance of town Interests, i.I I. fever and epidemic diseases. '.and much .blUer feeling. bull' a.. Mesa' Palm Beab., Pla rt "? Jefferson Block WEST PALM 'BEAOH..1t ,



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-- \l\MINISTERS\ STOOD ->> -mtei sm DEALER

WUd Scenes Were Witnessed In in, liis! lined Tom Appleyard Weeps ... '
DeSoto Park, at Tampa' penevleve, tlieiyoiitfi,; who wear* 014 Nat Walker worked the\' boil FURNITURE. ',/
q ,' one of these colored stocks in the place! rot on the Palmer and Rsney gang 'at 4 .
r r i\ .. .. : Last: Sunday.Tmnpa ota col'' r',\It 1\ \not neceaatnily': lIull'"''log, the executive' committee 'nl eilaig and "4. ,

: ,\Attlidtbroat-thatrqubie\ may t be. 'II) now It Is the Lake City, editor's..,,, tae.to|; < ."-: 'w All Kinds of Boat Goods. i
'vr \ May t; Soto Park yes- his head..-Atlanta Journal. lament.-Madison l '' Recorder... : Bicycle*..tid Bicycle 8un tetchy s scetie -.---.. -. \
'i : -
enacted fcere
was !
unlqiil : Kinds
*. ,: of Fishing. Tackle and portingoodP
v' sudyeidtnllaeen\ : / In the South. Miniate Eveningtip! Old Scores.! That's a Fact. :
)* of? the -gospel were au II.fh.* park It Is really amusing to Belt the T. U.: Th.,fettsacola1\Preiw Is IIbnae'&at; surprised \:, (Glassware Omwllua.iui>..iid Btoe Lcnteru.'. Hint. tfla Harrison me Keroneu.Mm.JR.sdyldlaedPaitt Oil Stove. *.

r, .. '{ SlierlSf white.\ great crowd of. .people, ',Those bQuquets,tbough neeni! tof have loons closed In, *that city on Sunday. No .
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r' a' s $' ''N elf Bhltaat' /all classes, followed the plfa.t. been Harris' ruin l politically (peaking.TallaUasBee 'doubt the Prcns' would' be-1 surprised' el i .AWAUtVUAAAA4JWWAAAaAAAA'LLLuAAAUOAAIUA. .

n !": ; ."- CapitalAt ,- anything Moreud Jones. !!'' did( but 'it; 'aH s

'it. ......--.--....-..;. the mayors oLHorlda, would,, ,aa- rigidly, .BICYCLES W, J1EIM. "W 'hn0ADWELL: M. D., Physician and Surgeon 1 1Evglstered
'b., )Known to the. English! Spanish and Others', S.ptla>, I enforce the in'ulclpal igwa! as he.does, I I l'bllrlll.clat"olUcelu'Drii Store. ,

Italian,, language\ .,With st,*o, white The Birmingham ,ARC Herald, commaientfug the cities would be'that much better, Wheels] kept Ih Mrnt-claasT: con: i '
'fAe'. hmjnI,ter. stood and Innlsted thai the law be !utorced. system In- Floride; pleamntly remark Why XJrlve Away Trade I a goodeasy-tidingWbe'el, go to .. : t
There "Florida) Democrats evidently believe inaction Says the Pensacola Journal, : U.RI I & DUOADWELL
"was" a half-hearted ,response from : E. PORTER .
If, Ilie-offlc tlf., ibeyproceeding only so far of time people,,,by,the people, and Englond has spent $33,000,000''' in Prop..loto.. '
g 4s and Claiming! \! (bat they 'ba<.1 no ,tight tog for the people; Instead of action of the this country: ., (for horses and1' mules'since; I r--w- ; I

1rIq and Saturday_a ;noticewaR; bosses," __'u_.__ enormity of the sum shows' a., frivolity .Dealers: Reliable: lediciaes! and' Chemicals l '
-- carelessness
approaching in, chargingeuh I u..u..u ,
Who Shall Prevail a good customer with violation 'b f uu..U'
4 auera (of'the'De:: Solo Parley' and signed ? -
by" all In all earls of he> country there are the! nuttaUty.WI.! .'* i A FULL LINE .
nearly ;of the ministers' of: tbe ... pK-: ?
+ two elements contending fn'politlcs, each Wheels For Sale. I
is Protestant\ churches 1n the city* Thlii I Poor Tommus.. .. .. Perfumes 'Rubber Goods,
to the effect that 1 had been trying to secure control of the govern i
:was, ".domall '
male- upon Sheriff ,W. T. Lesley to senddeputies men). The''one fighting for porter thai TUouiaa< Jefferson Appleyard says., /And, General Repair Work done by an ,Toilet Articles, Cigars and

/ ( t Iii the'p'arfc' Sunday and'-Stop tt'[ may Increase< i
the people the other fighUnpthat I II .by the !Staie .. E
,th j wild desperations: of the Sabbath ; Committeegoverning Olive Street West Palm BeachAAA.uAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAA
Democratic Executive,; '
.' ;w>jch] have:'been t regular feature' there; I It may preserve Its very ezUtence : ,:9-ltt PALMS BLOCK *EST PALM BEACH.!: E
1 .In where the I II primary election, "pro. I InvyvyvyTmRYYVFVVYVYYV.YVYY1mY1YYVV1nTTa
end which have always attracted >thou's.ia'da.'ot States!! Republican part}
: e ,
mulgated) from the fountain head in 1
: ,. people in ese.sa., of'tbe- fmmLr I is strong, the eletnentcomposcdotrustsRuJ .
corporations-take aides' with that his own way," This analysis may"bust" a -,
\'$! Jbete'td'be
found in
;. attendance' upon! party but don't thinkit C. G. von SCHOELER '
'' the we
:party .while the common people are-r
jiifvipc worshlp tbe churches': of- the
,, The, of park...wade found with the Democracy, will. No, hardly.-Jacksonville S The l
'c'ly.: : \ manager the nst Watchmakerand Photographer
la'"Flortdathere 1 t ia Metropolis AlbPl1l ,Ka"'Illlll'
:But ;
hn i. ,, ".t !hieur Sat n i day afternoon that1 lie na Republtcanparty But how' about Tommua' Before ann
of Influence the |Ibe U
t ; oo corporations
n b I iMisineati uO.I just); close the,same.Tbe >nd. proposed do. 'to order to gain 'control of the government hurts his avoirdupois against the primaryproposition Jeweler. : Studio Schmid. Block. Upstairs

h must enter the Democratic ranks as It now exists wouldn't it "
;, Ministerial Association appointed WEST PALM BEACH. FIORIIA.H : .
Haguised. They have no principles. 11 be the part of Wisdom for !him to'remtr ARTISTICV
two tninis'era to to the and
re98f1. the.officers did go their park seet'Ul.t matters Dot how they win?,but win the) ber the moral In the old story about the ENGRAVER on. ...
R must fair means offoul.Thisi bull and the locomotive Pensacola
gutters were Rev. J. O. Anderson.ql or
t fth state of affair-has divided the Journal.:! _"
1 *First Presbyterian Church and Rev; II JBfflCjINLEY&flO
|l',...dlin M.'Spr..gue"of the First, Con : Democracy of(this State into two faction Backbone. PARLOR H .

g'cgatlonat CburctJ.. The, corporation: : ttrJup to secure tin Editor Frank' Harris, of1' the Ocala IrTZAPH BLOCK ,

1 hie'reJ'i 'Thouaaada 01', people: .floked to tbe control at our State government that Banner, protests against the use;:of the Next door' 'South! -of1' First-Class
'- they! tn elca .Just-ta.etlou.. and secure ,.. Strictly ..
prkjesterday afternoon,, niany attract: :y ; term backbone applied to Governor SEMINOLE HOTEL
r e thereby'a, desire.to., be the',proced. all;manner legislation that will\ Jennings'by the Jacksonville Metropolis. Entrance
add to'the burdens of. (the people, (,and WEST PAL[ BEACH FLA. : House-F rnishings
u j, and.the saloons were soon doing a We differ. Backbone is a typical up" : ,
ra ,, 'Urger business IBlin'ever. 'beer: "aid all) glen the corporations more' oppirtunitj to-date expression, and a /good thing to Bxiwrtenrod. work loan., Cleaning and1topMringakllifullydone. ,
k liquors being soil: there farenormous, to fill their' pockets lit (he. people's" ex have And the Governor'; possesses a : : .. "-lIJ-.tf Draperies, Window Shades,

.''quantities 1.4. the placet wide.' open. pens The mlui'wbo does not know of! sufficiency of it for the performance ; V VIYVvvvvvyr4YYyvvvvvvvvv.Auxilliary
The ministers la,charge .of!the situation this' conspiracy in this. State 'is either bis.duties in accordance with the plain Wall Papers,

ordered' the bartender arrested 'but l wilfully,blind or n fool. terms of thdi; enacted, law; He i* certainly
bonds were given for them, and the In the coming prtniiry' election Ibis endeavoring to comply with the Yacht"ARTHUR Wickers, Japanese

business proceeded. The- tnlulnUrs',ordered "> matter i Ilf to be again voted upon. The constitutional require meat that the chief

t the places, closed and the men 'voters will have opportunity 10 say who magistrate-"shall take care. that;- the laws B"Makes and Enamel Goods

Arrested sgsiii.'and- again but thls wet '1haill'Ule-lhe. people or the corpora. be faithfully executed'; ". and 'that'is(
not Clone, the officers claiming that the} iiot.8. In this district the line will be much more than tout! have been said Freight Prepaid Anywhere .in Bade County

bail no tight to. do this. As the .mid I. candidate'whode particularly-well drawn. We have one has of some of lis predecessors! ,-PensacolaJews. dally trips between Jefferson Block WE T PALM BEACH
ter, moved about from place to place III'the every public act ( 1-11 tt ,
"e' L been a vote for corporate' power; while: ... _
bv'thon-: I ,
pork_ they: were followed' West .Palm' Beach andMiinyon's T
', m s nods; of,the rabble, who bowled' 'and lia.opponent has an unspotted. record_ usa f Stifling a Free "Prees. ... _---:---_...:-_ -----
,.' jeered at them. In spite of this hostileileniotistrnt'an friend of the people. He ha. always Third 'Assistant Pq 'tmaslet'CeneralI \ Island
their taken tha side of.r.1ghf and justice: The Madden has decided'that the Voice ''or
They stood, ground, CRAYONS. <> WATER. COLORS. ;
,t and fully prepared themselves with teatitiiony verdict must be made up by the people: ] I Labor, of Augusta, Ga., shall, be denied ," .
.+ ,*which 1 will enable them' to pro. 'hey dmst avoid the bribes which, will admission.to>tbemalla..at at-second class .-Stopping at all Points of(Interest- 1photogtiaphzti.

t',a' .Geed In' the rectification: of the wrongs be'offered, and cast their votes' (on the 'rate, and the principal reason assigned R1CH74RD E. RESLER -
side of rl"ht.-M"dlsou'Rccorder. i. that the carrier: advertising for ,
J whtch they ,bax, .decided, exist 'at ILls paper
'i place, : K .-' merchants and parties other than union Steamer leaves West Palm Beach
v Ar Since tbe story has been (old throagb Explanation Easy,; ,in whose interest it is published. The .
Ye' b the ally of tbe Scout,whIch were' enact The Tallahassee Capitarin comment real reason, however, for the paper's af' 10.30 A.M. Returning, S
l Rt ed at the park, yesterday- there has. been ing upon the' work or the State' Com 'exclusion U believed to be the) socialistic -' arrive at 4.30 P.M. CLEMATIS AVENUE

my t great Indignation among. the conservative niiTCee and the,part taken by certain of theorlea advocated and the'' violent tone +
I: taw-abddf ig people, The ministers tta members! ,has. this' to. say under the 'of Its editorials relative to the .aduiinisration. Opposite Masonic Temple. i

'' 'declarethat they are not ,ball through head .t.>( "MakesExplanation' Necessary 'Thus the work of stifling a Round-Trip Fare. .. 75 Cents West Palm Beach F1a.G. {
4i' yetVltbtheir', churches behind them i. free press goes. busily on, and the wonder i .
'" .
t 'ti they;. srI 16 present a, solid front, and Tha State Committee which ad. : excited is not ;at A! '/"Madden'* ,N.B.-Finest blue fishing and trollingon ,-----------------
't ir'' Jacksonville\ ,has. settledsome! !
.\ ; methods;but at the seeming' acquiescence Lake Worth.
.. _;!'voi4.; :' ,'_ .erally. ,understood that a lull'f. port .of things pretty,, thoroughly: and ''those : of the American, people-Pensa DccCSr-tf: .
:.:!f.'iil! ;" the matter will be made,by the' assorts things, are.not just what the a'ntlprimaryudyoeates ;cola Journal. A. GALE C. C. CUTTRELL

l':#:_ t loir'to Governor Jennings., really,desired. -- !
.. ./." One of the strenuous points' Insisted r The -Effort That Failed. SPRODL'S EXPRESSFurniture MANGONIA BOAT WORK
,1"'" Palm Beach Like-Washington. upon'and whieitnq one there,dared to :} The; discussion concerning the official

t"F : 'Taliu, Beacb, Florida. i .the- place to fight openly though'Judge Ra"e1Of this ,call for primaries! in some"quarters': is ill \ Baggage c.. C. CUTTRitLL, Manager.Shipwright .

rF see "titljtuppoia'ted! 'mothera.and heartbroken place and W. L. Fulmer' of Orange, iti ,:.advised and can be of no benefit. The transferred and general I Caulker and Maker.
-' daughters; hundreds, :of antbU ,eader. foughti: ecretly.vraa the holding I call Is made sad Democrats must bow .drajllng done at reaBona- Spar

I '.' 'tious women (flock there inthe 'hope, of( of the prl Ia.'rle"to.rJhc nomination of a !submissively to the 'will of tlie" majorityof his rates.TwoSeated. MARINE RAILWAYS

.', jnarryli'K millions, but the men with the United States Senator two years heuce ; the State Executive: Committee.The ;: .t.w

i inllHons! are few, and somehow they al.way to succeed Mr. TallisTerro'when his term j Metropolis regrets the disappoint Carriage
seem "to be married'' .said -AirHenry of office shall expive.! The candidatesfor ment of such\ excellent new.papers is 'Or, Single Buggy o OFor and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake, .

... Ouy Carleton, the well known United St.tei senator will. have tog :.tile Voluaia County' Record, the Jasper
hire boar at MANGONI
by or day..
New York writer and dramatist, to a before the Voters direct and show, why t New end Ihe.Lako City-Index but they
Washington. Post reporter _.t the New they should be entrusted with the mantleof i must fait in line and stop their'criticisms' .eav orders at Manilla House. ,, Estimatesurnisbed on New or Old Work. '
,Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer.
.' \Vlllard. "Pajm Beach Is a little; Wash: that office. on the call, because every mad sbould ben 1fa-l/

-' Injtr.nr The people .who gather there "They wilLnot,be able, to do so;, as line for'i904', far All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.SfA .
'; ,', r are like the Washington crowds when wad done heretofore quietly work up 1 So far a* 'attempt td' 'violate the New Idea in Trunks, SKIFFS A SPECIALTY, II-I-OJ
dY,: ;- the-social season Is at Its height.' To the game among a. few- legislators and I platform of th.' State Convention was
l me Washington in tbe most Inter sUDIl walk aweywith the plum- before the :.concerned, This Metropolis and every

place In- the world. and Palm'' Beach public even realized who Ie'was shaking l,: other Democrat familiar with thl!!"' facts, te o ottostosotostokostoKOtoKOKosto.tostot|oKokostokostokokcM.osttTruscott
'S S 'comes second In N.w York there Is the trees." i knows that this attempt was, made but 0
The explanation Is Neither Ka- beaded off Nat Walker's substi | Boat MTg\ Co. ..
-t: 1', 'DOt half the variety of types' one finds easy. I.it was by : ,
r t -.' here Alt parts of the'world' are repje 'net nor Palmer cared particularly: afloat tute.The CON8TR.t1 'OR.8. OF
seqtedlr* this city.. the primary this time but they had td scheme to-- allow' varloua,county

'.1 ,, 'v'\VM!*..spendina the,winter' to'Florida make a show, li: order: to kill) It for( two committees to- 'cull either' primaries or I High Grade Pleasure Craft f '

.'y I Iiave. been,worklug- -society com; years., The ach n..t.wa. hatched when convention was n.u.lk prior to ,
edy. The play in laid at Palm Beach 'the pair pntthrough the Flagler divorce the meeting and the motion of Mr. I Vapor Marine Motors. .0
: 'k and'the life ol t1 .place ia reflected in' It. .law. The primary law was to be killed Well, ot Washington county, was 'for .

ot' : I stu still\ at work on the piece but' eelS or emasculated as to' be useless and the purpose of enabling various counties 'WA s YN uar, v, J. D. C. MORRIS, Agent c

pect to haveIt completed before long.JJT two pearl hence.: either Raney or Flagler! !, to act Independent of the State Commit a. ft {West Palm Bench, Kloiida. v>
"' opportunity; to study life at, Palm It his health held out-was to' be made "

:;;. Ik-ach: was exceptionalanJ'f'of ioUrse, I United States Senator and Tallaferro; tee.Judge Rauey, Hoo. W. L. Palmer and oiaoiso7so7soiso7sO5to7soSao7aolsoieo7soo7aoiao7so9solsois lso oAoeo7so t

11 viewed the fashionable crowds front the slaughtered.. Palmer it'lseliegedwarto! / George P* Healey -although defeated' ,
'.. standpoint of a newspaper man. Newspaper have the ,Congressional jpluiu"for .this bowed' gracefully to time will of tbe'm. : The'Stallman Dresser Trunk .

work leads naturally: to. play' district and everything(; was to ,work out jority and, )like alt good Democrats...are aapreaPnt: 'iicw Idea liitrunk It lit a

tr '.. : writing l > .SooiehovA.a a newspapermen, :lick} as .Flagler "influence'. !' makes I Itslide. not' encouraging, any discord, but ate torCMbl.toys; '* dr..liiH place for. case everything,with drawers, front A instead hat to of 4 BURtON- E. ODE CO.
'--,atan '' on them as-an eagle looks ,out tt his i young friend'and,:bla -cock. .laram" of stand 1ilgh'In the councils': of the party, I"Hhppd.! top. C.Cowl O., p.no with more irlvllege.(than goal to box fllimlne.Twouent hunks. ,
eyriei The desire of prominent people IOsceola. the present Sute'Senator' fromthli and doubtless dieepproveofafew'wri-, Ump for ttlnat tt ate4 catnlogu, '

to which ode their admits names a 'newspaper In print is luan an avenue to se- county and Osceola, was{ to have tees who' deny that any such attempt was 'F. .A. ,STALLMAN, Gravel l Roofing Concrete Asphalt Paving

x,;', r. ;'';'';?( ,cress which are not accessible to( 'people: the office of Governor and that i. one'of mad IS8 We.t Bprlnc Street
jo any other profession." tbe'reeaon.'that actuated Father-ln-taw :No man who was present can deny the T-3-Iyr e0LUa1DUs.OHIO. '
; '.' "' Bryan la withdrawing front the race foe fact and The Metropolis only mentions This Company, after doing considerable work for j

b -' Col. W.S Thomson, Jarge, mill" and RaUr a'( Commissioner,! < this,because this paper. bar been quoted McDonald McGulre' Mr1. Ilaraer (agent for-fuseph JeJFet-oti)
l.d .., j.uuben .u eom'Oteen.boroN'.C.ac- .
:: 'f TslUbasgeew This eiplaaatlon!:: while notgotng lutoJetalft repeatedly by some of these misinformed B re Is ford BrostReal' Mayor "Wbllldfn. Dr. Munyoo, W. 1'. Hatcljett, Anthony': j'
:!' ; ? odllllt"to a dispatch (S'OIII" ; \ fa the gist ol the, whole matter, writers. Thencbeuie was by no means'bidden .
v will for the but *ll br
/ Brother. and others
go away present;
that wasthere
; ul to- city on
to lend. we will wager a dim to what it costPlagfcr "under bushel.! It. was a. dt '
hours. bnt he Estate back for work here and Miami\ 1 In. -
and to contracts y
only forty-eight Insurance complete :
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to Yet that divorce 1>U1- passed rect au.l an open, honest effort to- !knockout '
went fdVbualness, sod during that time l work of this kind would do well ,
that,these premise are substantially the the primary in some counties. It AUGUST. Any one desiring;
v"- 114 l.wuL bought lit Leon 100.000. and Wakulla acres: of counli fine .timber, ilr.\ ,facts. met with a complete- failure. tfnd the I, PALM"BIIACII FLA.' .' to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonvilleor J'" ,:,

Iii :( "j'biitiisou Wif shortly have a lot of sawmill But it dCjfit pea out, ,and .Brothers matter should end. _lf, after 1904, the I Public. Cottages to Rent' Tampa. Our\ price are reasonable, and all our work( U {' ,
) machinery.shipped-rto Tallahassee view p.ltwrend: Raney are"swayback in the primary 1 le,\ foooU a failure, tIN peopled I l Notary, : guaranteed. .
bl.laod.'wlth a
1tOottMWaJl-Ia.-Ittmbet'1.b*loUlleti on < tohr Tnerchantablebaie eeraerrof-dtmppointmentgoewing'the Florida can be relied upon to make the IPortoBlc Bnlldlnif,North ol ..rEast' ''Coast Work Solicited '
as rapidly as possible. soft aide of A flic,-Sauford.Chronic!*. change.-Jacktouvilla Metropolis. J 8-1-lBOl PoladseeHotel. 'J


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(, MIAMI- -oF.k BUREAU- A HORRIBLE' MURDER PROFESSIONAL ANNO. ,,;CARDS.le .. BaUblUhw., <;npHivl. ), In 1876 Stock.$InwrporatMllH JOO000.OQ: r .Eisca iio iL bur flufl iippiy-Cu..a! Shingle Lumber* )'I -'

'W' Somers Brothers & Lath
THE TROPICAL SUN Hobe Sound the Scene of a e Company
.k; ATTOINEY? -Ar-LAW. imiCk, PLASTER nod HAIR. Agents for WartleltCratCM
I 'Bloody Tragedy. riTTSBURO, PENN'A" ",, 1'r !
r lf,' Office In Anthony Block Twelfth Street near Office-Front.. Room, 1latchettaulldia/0.! / Are. O, MIAMI. FLA, liiof44e", < J.J A CONRAD and Ms ager
,I Avenue C. MI...&. Florida. 4r8leeEOJJEIr'r Commission Merchants A .1.t'
l and Killed ,......
rater Crayea, a. Macro, ------ -
S. E. DAWSON. MANAGER Wholesale Produce Dealers 44l
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Morning .
) All nubucrlpttonl! ndvertloement. *and orders for Wednesday < Invite c o IKunlent. from bade Countyand ,
received at .\. .. LA, WYER f& *& .
+Y job his work office.Mouth ol.Fort Lauderdale ,' 'i.r.fy'.. Southern Florida ot( Fruits, Vegetables '..o '
r Deputy Sheriff S. S. Stanley arrived ,,' 6iTice\ la Postpffice BlockxtfA.Mf ';, and Produce] promising; prompt .f'

MIAMI FLOIUDAr'MAY 1), 1003.: In Miami Wednesday evening with a "', ', ''VLbltIDA: dales, at highest pittabuit, prices, and i KloHmond Wa.hlngton I Bavittmor. '' '
) Immediate .
returns.We AtlantAieah'.wJI.
named whoon e .
Peter Grayed VMttFT
young negro : ': refer to thla Dade County
piper leafllntt ,/ ChaUtanootf .Xi.ul.yUle-
} THE TWO LOGICAL CANDIDATES. the mot'aingbf the name day shot a '''T--\ :: .hlpperN. pIttsbUrgnanksattdothcrwttlknownand .
:F.ATKINSON, rrlluble sorted of Utforumtloitt an to our Cincinnati !!t. Ioutj Kansas City"
li'I' : Among; the five candidates for the negro woman named Lulu Peach In the ; ,. Bnnnclal tnmltnn. and bunltien tuejhoda. Detroit ClovvlandCHlcattfo Pitt.barrd'

its head with a double barrelled hJtgun.! ATTORNEY AT.LAW, "< & a .
ofUco of Railroad Commissioner, : ..to.r '
killing her irhtautly. The tragedy oc- NOTARY
] safe to that two occupy the, ,
command urred at Hobe Sound, where Grayes MIAMI! FtA.p G W S. BELL .
center of the- stageand/ 4
and the woman had been living together 11.1&17. : ''che
5' : the lion's share of the public's atten lor some time. .v, w. Contractor and Builder
Y: tion. They are Henry E. Day, the Up to a short lira ago, Peter had cotfildered -
Chairman of the present Railroad himself the real "It," sending I .4TTORNEY-A1-LAW. '

Commission, and II, Hudson' Burr. her all of his money when she was away General practice In State and Federal Coitrta.. I .Busl.ness'o' South Dada ;S I, ';a SOUTUfRNRAILWAY' ..

Representative from Dado County. from him. Sometime: sine, the woman All\\ buHlneaa entreated will'receiv.prompt|aU "
_ who bad been in Jacksonville returnedto t"'JtM'c': : P. O. BOX3 i,.WEST PALM BnAC1
These two gentlemen owe their : Brown Building. ATO. I)1 'and. .lath ROUTE OF THE .CELEBRATED TRAINSr 4
,; prominence in the battle to the same Hobe Sound, where Grayes was em- I 'it.HAMI.. FLORIDA '

t cause, that each stands for a definite oloyed, to live with him. But trouble. THe South rn.s Palm 'LimitedThe
commenced soon, for one Henry Hubiard AGENTS WANTED.OK

x policy ; that the public know where appeared on the scene and Lula S. H.: RICHMOND, Agent I T, lIE WITT TAI.MAGK. l>yMH Washington, Richmond", And

4 they stand. mat lang lsbiujt glances In his direction Bon IlEV FRAN DE WITT TA LM AO K cloyed' Limited
Mr. Day Is known by his record esutting in quarrels and threats of huge Perrine Grant Laiiil Company. and nuoUtt.* miltora I of Christian) 'll"rnl<). '
f and lias Only book eiulonwd by Tutorage futnHr : The' New YorK And Florida Express
Ho Is a man of ability, generally :dimensions. Euormtiim' ArnHt for flRuntw who nut quluk I r. .
1 decided influence\ in llubhardnd HEAL ESTATE. Outdo: ton cvnta. Write 1 JmmflflltittUy I tlAUktUO ,
15 wielded a Ou this particular morning ., K-Mtttt.. {tit We rhtfa., lt%. M..nlun! TO THE EAST.
'It 1 the councils of the ComroisHlon: and the woman, started to the postof Ice t-4-jm CUTLER FLORIDA: this paper. ..:l ..U a

l' tbat influence has been uniformly to mall a letter, and asked Grayes to go THe? Chicago< and Florida Special:
t, r t 1 cast in favor of the carrier and along All three started. Graves carry.., THe Florida Limited'TV

+ the in of nig aahotguu..The women and Hnbbard, PALM BEACH, '
against shipper all an\
; Tie Produce Co.WEST
i however walked on ahead for some dis- Everglade THe NORTH AND WEST.
real magnitude; and Importance FLORIDAwill .
:ance, when Grayea called to the woman,
i': There ia need to impeach Mr
no taking tier a question, to which he pay a liberal! price for Tomatoes. Will want flve to eight
Dny'a sincerity In this attitude. Hi, Pullman Sleeping Cat Line Jactsotiville: to Cincinnati *U,
received a negative answer. Then he hundred orates week for ten weeks Correspondence! Ioliclted.u !{ .
Asheville through "The Land of the Sky. \\
a previous training as a railroad'em emptied the contents of one barrel of ?
trains via The Southern Railway are operated ,,.In
Through :
Y '' ploye is sufficient to account for it. tb4; gun into the back o( the woman's connection/ with the Plant System and Florida' East Coast Railway,

But the fact remains, that in every lead killing her instantly. He then okottoetokosrolrostostokollo ,o o o o ,o o o o o o o o o..o oI Pullman? Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining,C.... on.through. a

great struggle,from the Jacksonville ran to the section house near by but trains' _, I "

h r terminal case-which was won over becoming frightened at the angry tie- I A 'SpecialBargain. ::. .: ", ,I IIt Ask for Tickets .via Southeri Railway. Csrr ips..e.es 8.1 0.lt.d.

Lis opposition in 1809-to the flagrant
denial of to the East the railroad track;end was overtakenby o .
justice -
t last a man named Richards, who ordered If o. :II. .H.:F.' CARBY,-Ffa. P....''Agt. :>08 W. ,:Bay St.. Jacluoavgk r Fia.
Coast producers year, every applicant
f for rate reduction aim to stop. He then turned and emp. : : "- HARDV1CK V. H. TAYLOE,
important S. ,
tied the con'tents of the other barrel of I. : I IIf
I has had to meet a profound and the !gun'at Richards, two shots taking General, Pasecngcr Agent, Aat'l Gen"J Para Agent",

hostile influence in the Chairman ol :1 D. C. Allele, Ga.jaweW .
elect and causing slight wounds. Richards Vuntotton,

J tp ,; the Commission.It who was armed with a 'jS-calibre; A. 7-Year Old Whiskey 15. 19011"?

_ follows l logically from this that ', evolver, discharged the weapon at the I At '$$2.5 Per GallonThe

i. the whole power which can be wielded. 'ugitive,tearing a piece of cloth from If :I

i' f by the railroads of the State is found als overalls as large as a man's hand. i

solidly arrayed in his behalf. Paj) Peters then surrendered. Best 10-Year Old Whiskey

+ the After the capture of the murderer, J. o -.
"suits them down to ground, 0 /
IL I Grant and Al Good took a launch At $4 Per Gallon )i.y; ::0 "TUB EAST COAST or'FLORIDA '
and they wilt elect him if they can -
and went up to Jupiter, bringing down If :Io is PARA&ISE'REGAINED."_, +
Op/ till other band, those who i 0 :
Deputy Sheriff Stanley, who placed him .
wish to seethe powers of the Commission These Prices Include I ar /t. I
order arrest and brought him to Miami, "
used to secure just and reasonable Jug> and Delivery a o '=< ;
there he was lodged in jail; a. ,FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. j

rates for the public arc Coroner D. Mitchell was notified If o. .i o

equally interested in his defeat. tad empanelled the following jury : Cash or Money-,Order< Must Accompany Order LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15 1902.
:Mr. Burr's position is equally clear. I IJ. N. Rowe, J. Tarpy Win A. Jackson II : ,

Known to lie a man of absolute sin- D. F.'Young. W. Nell and J. D. Argyle, o a oo SOUTHBOUND AO DOWN. NOIIMBOUNO? -MAO UP.Ns. .
N. B. We have the Best Imported and
I his who after viewing the remain of the .
verity and constancy, pledged
R+ Domestic\ ? Biackberrq'Brandy.\ o II No. II -.AINLlNL' Na 7.'N.' 12
word, that if elected he will do all iu unfortunate woman, and bearing the )I Daily Daily Lslly; Daily
"Ii evidence, found that deceased came to If

,,1 '':/ his power to secure lower railroad 'ter death "from a gunshot wound In Y MIAMI CLUB BAR a '0 00 p Oi .. ....................J""ok.onTlll...........i..A 111II.. 7
rates for the people of Florida! it I' a *S.. LTIT..... ....,.. aoj.oltaonTllle. ..........,.....!v 147 a
the hands of Peter Grayes. Grayes Is I 1\.1 P10Na.......e....'.........St.A IlRtla........;...........,.. jOIP v sati !
!.I j taken at par by both aides. Railroads. Phone Na. 93 Miami Florida iii .....,.... HaaUnR:: ..i.....,,* ........ T 10..
1 to in undersized negro fairly intelligent ooltoS1o51oStoilo7ta71oSaoitolsoko5to7toSto5so7eo7to1lo7eo5 7Iipii42a ...............:. .. .. EMU: rata.l ..,,._............... lJp S M08a H
\ recognize; the situation' by passing live feet Inch tall oao7sb7to o7.oi.o .. /, ...
one weighs 132 ;::1 Z.lpnlf p i ............:......... .f.p p0'S i
l the word that Burr must be defeated pounds. He attempts to set up a claim III + Up ........................ al I' Coca ,
4 'I j tt self-defense of 01Ip ......................... '188. ..; II
f' at all hazards, while the men who by the production an o I5 Neoe..4 IiP' j
.. ..
Wm. ftf.Ifrown President .10 p I' ....... .. ...L.. 891 OJ''
,, want relief from the present rate sit- ugly looking knife which he claims the : !.. Vierrrxhtrnt' 1891' at p .... ..............,... 91 p' a 19
\ ; woman carried. MO k 0 f. Bad Ri navnp .'.Oeo.IIatnrry-; ; ac" .n lining in his support. ...... as g.:......... ...... ; o..k.ma. ... .1111....... g .
H .. .
L' uutionare up Uharhw tnnhler .
1 UlUUQJilU III .. ..... ...........-.............9ltunllle..d..., ..... ............ 031' ....... r f'
i < But meanwhile, where are the other THEIR AMY. 4 u ...... .o I' ...... .Cnoas..a...,.",...,............ t5 :
\ oS Q ....... 1 P ... ,..Roakladpa( ...a, .........,....... 10 p..r. II" '
f candidates i standing A. vote foi Capital $50,000 .. ....: ? ,... ............ ... / ....... .'
? : ..,.,.. e .. ..:....... ..."M.lbourn..l...... sap' ....... i.go
1;' '' d luy \is a vote for the continuation ol Deputies Qore and'Johns Captured Doc: MI.A.h .. o ....... tl p P ..........:........ .. .,8eb.ell............................ 11 Wa .......
l : :: : F'IroRIIDAPianos ::0;. ..... .12 p..9. 1.uets.. ..............;....... 11 011. ....... ..
the present high scale of railroad I Oillesple Last Week. I ........ ......,...... .Wlere......,........"......... ii OJ s .... ... IC.. .
rates A'vote for Burr Is a vote for I.. ....... I"P ....................... Whit.. C1tr.; ..............,........1042a....... t iI '
--'-' ....... ................u.t.o..T'Ibb.la.. ....................... ...... a .
: reduction of rates. But what if Deputy Sheriffs A.. P. Gore and M. R. ;:....... QtP'.. ".."... .....Krten.' ........ .... .. .. .. ... W0.
Johns, returned lbe'latter of last ....... p.......a......"......... Jo.. .. .. .., ....... .
; the meaning of a vote for Ward -foi part Organs Sewing Machines ..... 74 P.e........A:........... smart..i.i.i| ; ;!: ;. ....... .4e ,
< seek from a successful, and at the same : I ....... e J I' :......*.*..........>...Ho]). tlniind.............*........, & .. >1 At .,4 '
l Brown, or for Whitner? Many\ peo time ........ a p ....f..................w.., Jupiter....:................ .l081a.......... II .!
I very pleasant trip to LaVe Okee- I sell direct from the factory III. ........ .0 p .........,....,.,,..Wo.' Palm Ji.Kih.................. ....... rr. I'
; : ple are asking this question today. chobee where they went In quest of one The Celebrated Schubert Piano with Mandolin Attachment ..'...... oe I' .......,..,.......... Boyikion, .................. ...... iJ
: ..... .. 'OC'p ........... .'TO Ft.Lauxlerdale..)................... ......
and they have aright to know. Doc Gillespie, and as usual, when these The Conover.Pianos, tbe Cable Pianos\ .. ..... t7p...,...... .......... .. LemoClty.......................... ,:..... .$!
fficers start out, they got their man. The KldRsbmy pianos, the Wellington Pianos 0 ....... step ........,..........,......Ml.ml...' .......... ............ ....... I'. ,,-
:The Chicago Cottage-Organ, in twenty-nine styles.At BUrFKT PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN M AND 7S. ....1
r' Sam Florida. In going they left the railroad, at
} on the Very .Lowest; Prices and\ 1 on Liberal Terms.

Rev. Sam P. Jones lectured in Tampa Stuart; and drove over fifty miles, across Catalogues and Prices Furnished on Application.Old :BRANCH ZOITEiS: SOHEDtTLBS."- 'i

'I t t last and from there the country, and after getting their man, i
week writing to the Instruments Taken la Exchange -*- Tks Celebrated Singer Sewing; Machine ,. .-
Atlanta }Journal has the following to who is wanted In Osceola county on a PALATKA. ANITHOA8T PALA@A '
say of interest Florida people: rlous charge, drove back to the railroad Needle and Attachment for all kinds of Attention.sewing' Machine Mall Onlera n:III rucolysprompt I

',r'i:!' c "I am told that Florida bus had the and turned their prisoner over to con. AYE 0, AVI Uh ST. *. IB Me. B3 N. 49 Me. 47 STATIC Ne. 4S Na. 48'Ne. BO Me. B4 Ne. B/iIxlly
'. I largest Influx of winter tourist In itt Sheriff; Brown who took him over to MI III I, 1l.Oa1DA J. .W., ,3ERICKSON asN Dally Dally L Laity Dally Deily'DBJI, 1.117 -. .

r in the last few months tier Sheriff Prevatt, of Osceola 1 R-tf \ 351; 4606p6.I50aAr'EutJaiatkn..Lv rapKAYPOBT '-,
history ; vegetable county. .., .... IOC* VOSsI 4111 06p

\ crop is being shipped out of the A little trlp"of, fifty miles each way, '

State at this time,bringing large returns; through\ a country practically unknown, BJEUJDTOa.: Y

I oranges are safe thus far. With all her I brings up the fact tbat Dade County F ttttnitqt1e: Ha. S0 Ns. 17 No. B I BTATInN.- No. f Na 11 Nw 20

I' '. sand and pine trees to the contrary notwithstanding takes in a big scope of country, with a Dally Udly Dolly"a'to Dally Lrlly L.IIy

Florida is forging to the big chunk of the everglades and Lake 1. ET p aaaa 'r....................JaakfonolMft....... .,...,717"f,
Large Stock 09p l/ep ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,South JukMUTUle.... .......,. Jap
front with her winter visitors, growing Okeechobee thrown in. 10 OS a Lv....'............... fablo HpnoK ...M............ TtO SOTa I1/t' IfP

r vegetables, fruits and oranges, with her Messrs.. Gore and Johns report a fine Small Prices 07469 { 10 10 aMpllOMa Ar LT.........,.,.,.,.,.,............tJUlantta....Mayport Heaiih?,".,;.,.,,,?,,,,, LT 7 740 to ,al 11 as 4i> a a tig

I j phosphate and poits and fine railroad time, and saw lots of fine orange groves ',

I I .,.1 ', facilities. She is getting there with both
_ feet I tell you; and say what you will eantiful stream they caught fifty-five -' Ne. B7 Ne. 4B
about Florida, she has a noble citizenship trout on their way back. GIVEN TO, gall Orders L uyL ay 8rATloxa Wa.48AJNVOKO Laity Lait1.

first class business men and her --. 6p 61Sw 1 r ..... ..:........ ..........,TK. TiT TSa7. ....,... .ArI.Y S MS > p
life and For Forgery. .8_ Matao .... ... ..::.:: :. ::::::::: 40OBAirOX 0
C push more
e apparent every M. T-Thomas was arrested Wednesday P ,Undertaking.' : In all Its Brioche;. BRANCH. i
year. ____ ._ BlUJIfOK.II. .
c ,, ?. by Deputy Sheriff Gore, on a chargeof

1 A booing fracas is the sensation of forging a check for Esc- on Thott. J. 3Doori UITe>< EDWIN' NELSON,'Miami,. Eta, N Lally*. 11 STATlOHa.rr. : No.DullyUM 12 D.U.\.. 1 DallyTTpioTiT Ne. 1 STATION, Dally Nat Nel ','..

;, this week at Jasper Florida. About ten Peters. ".t.4m f roSiMa 18a ...;. ...tltu.Vllle'... 7TT? P ....,N. Smyrna.; .:

1 'L o'clock Saturday' night some unknown When arrested, Thomas had succeededin 83 a LT.LTI ....1 ,.....MimeAf. LTL* 0p. f 11G9op1L D. I....Lake U.I."L.t! p lie
41 rid of t 6. ] ,,,,,, .j Lr.Oren n CUT Lr
r getting the money, having liquidated a lA. EnUrprlwt LT It BOa 1 DI .. p sr
: person fired two shots from a rifle or eanford 11 00 a pU Ar.Ong ItyJa.L; tiTb 1
f 4 ; pistol into Maa.ey's barbershop. In the a board bill, bought a complete WILSON & FLYE
1' outfit o.clolhes and .wapreparing .';" 'Tlme T.bteS I
to tba Umee kt be'
r. central portion of the to"n. one shot hem tho ..........1 sranone but.hdrarrlval o.whtPete.ln.m ,_tad to arrl..and do &r, ,
dress afur having taken a bath. Only tor dne. .the Aold departure { the II m.. stated ill .
eomp..I' noguenate.d.
taking effect l in the back of George Riley : Hasl' ra.ponablo tor '
-DEALERS, IN- &herolrom. .ay del.y or
"'f, ll + a fourteen year old negro bootblack 45 cents out of the {50 was found on his 8O..U.I& .rLing

'iA t working in the shop, who died from the person. He made no denial of his.guilt' Peninsular! and Occidental Steamship
and Is In GroceriesFRUITS Connections atMiama.BETWEEN
jell and Fancy
effects of the wound Monday. Quit a county. now, Staple ; .
'S'? number of citizens were in the shop at A Wild Runaway.A MIAH KEY WEST AND HA.v.L1fA: 1 ;u-;

the time. At the instance of State At. horse belonging to Mr. R. J. Math- TOBACCO and CIGARS BOtTTKBOUITD.tr. BOBTJlB01J'ND'" t '. jLvA.r

( torney L. E. Roberaon Luther Mathls, era caused a small ripple of excitement .Mlama, Hone. W. I t:.KarWeaTueaThun.............. .lilOp : :............y0 60a
Ar !
and <
Mathls Lewis
Judnon Hogan, all Wednesday by dashing down Key Week Tuee.: ,, i yWes/Tu.aThun.:;
r Twelfth O'd Talllllt .t All Thun ,, ; FI' ( M
f a y. white men, were arrested ,on suspicion street and Avenue D to Thirteenth street LOWEST PRICES I GUARANTEED 'Oood. Prompt y Deliveredbnd{ A. H..na We Is. Frla'. .-.:..:::::. :.::i.:. ?a nSf :Sr/jy'ShT":1": r : ..".."...::"::"::"::.;.:I.-"::.:.;. f 00 00.:?: .'

and, lodged In jail. They'were" given a turning the corners very gracefully and For eopy of Local Time.Card add-. any"'...... '. 'v\;..,, V\

; preliminary hearing before Judge Johnson stopping when through with his extraordinary Avenue D.., Near 14th St. :,- MIAMI, FLA. :,r.,D. IU. N'Ji\B.\ Aaat.,, O& FM(. Agent ST.'I' .A.l1GtrS'l'nna.J'LA.: r'7Z

ti.t ;r( on Wednesday / sprint 3.7-3m


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r :" TUE TROPICAL 'SUN, WEST PALM\ BEACH} FLORIDA, tfltfDAY* MAY 9, 1902 f r..I" .

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::" : ttJ; .), i THE SOUTH APE SECTION :I

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I ,, c/ ,
"" } "' .\ ., 1 \ "I" THis 'is the Season When Fresh
r : a scarce.N1..NN..N..NN1..N.NNN..NN.N
Links of,.- L cai'News'' Picked u p, The Grand Jury Found Many +.

ANS'rens Here and. There. True Bills This Term Ant} in offering: this Hue of Evaporated Fruits,

: -* I .1 you get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs i

: Brief Mention of Current; Bvvnti Dithered Indictments Found In Four Murder Casas.Among ; I and webs.

8. .... .. ," by" TH8 SUN'S trblquitmii ,pUportcr-a t ( ;.Which I.l J. O. Williams for f READ THIS LISTEvaporated i
Wring the Week. the Murder of Mark BnrtUion. s
& Apricots :
t] cent pound
I, ': Evaporated Peaches 15 cents poundS : '
I "Syalkovtr"Shoes-ANTHONY Ba.s.; .: Circuit Court convened'Monday morning -. :
Evaporated Pears 15 cents pound r
Deputy''Sheriff A, :P. bore made ;;a' at lo o'clock, with Judge Jones'on ,. Evaporated Apples, 15 cents pound ::

.. ,Always, Good bUll de.. trfpto Potupano Tuet ay, the bench,and State Attorney Bcggs'ln '( 2 Evaporated Fins, lijji:( cents pound I

Mr.-Hollis, 01 the AllapaUah prairie,'j his accustomed place. T' Big line California Prunes 10 cts pound

;" .' lire the ; .SouthI I Chipped I fin*tot of eggplant ibis week.. The court bouse, \usually as quiet a j Fancy Layer! Figs: ao cts pound i

Y Mnjor' Hugh Gordon,of BUcayne was place as any. one could find, presented Fancy Fard Dates uK els pound a

acre Saturday, calling! on- his many a very busy appearance. A large 'oum- : Good Sun Dried Apples, to c(. Ib :

t ; ..". friclids.; ber of witnesses' and interested persons iyi pounds Rood Roasted Coffee, $t.oo _
-\ ar und the "
gathered structure. -
pounds liest
33 Flour $l.oo
Large and email tracts of land for
\ the .
Among from
: attorneys 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, $too ,
A Little, ',in' fruita and vegetables. 'Townley', Bros.* out of town we noted, W. I. M tcatr, H, 5 Gallons Oil, 85 cents +
Anthony Block. B. Saunders, C. C. Chillingworlh and II. Milk I'
3 cans 25 cents
i : Disfavor on. The tomato crop on the Allapattah P. Braunlig,of West Palm Beach; B. A. I. 16 pounds goad Rice, '1.00 .,< '

prairie la utlll moving, but not very Thrasher, of Gainesville ; M. C. Jordan, ............................................p..... .
:; heavy shipment ai-e. being made. of Jacksonville, and Judge Penney! of

K Account of '. Mr, $. Chase, oE Sanr rd, senior Titnsville. e. D. UEFFLER ':
I I .... member of the firm of Chase & Haruey,. Court being duly-opened, the follow- "

Dame Fashion. .'. ', : wag here a few days last.week on bngi- ing-grand fury' wan empanelled, and Immediately Twelfth St. Between P. 0.Ind Blscanne Hotel Math FLORIDA
naas. <1'- went into session[ t E. H. Pad

e ) ? : + ,"i z:: Mr. and Mrs.,W, :MU Austin[ were In gett, foreman; C. C. Blnston, W. L.

:, Goodnon Alvin Hendrickaon, Andrew
: town Monday,having come down from
,iI Neilsoii/ W, H. Challle, R. A. Goodman
their home in Daytona on their yacht
Rastua.;; .' J. 11':Hinton, J. Taylor, Cball': Archer, XIM NIES.
'r2'5 'cts. Damage / Paul F. Matthews, C. E. Ernest, B., :T.
Born, Thursday May I, to Mr, and .
Morse M. F Long. ,,R. W. Porter' and,
Mrsy R. Hudson Burr .of Ltltle'River,
R, M. Outland. I
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on that account : a daughter, :This is the first girl among
civil the
.. The case of M. E. Gruber vs.
.. four children Ontario Acetylene Oas Co.,. was first Goods Notions Etc.The I
..-. Col. W. II. Jewell, Orlando, a prom called,,and consumed the rest of Mon;' Dry
resenI Inent Mason Confederate. Veteran, day and Tuesday, a verdict being ran: .
I was in town a few days last week, returning dered for the plaintiff Tuesday evening, dI

: $J home Sunday. giving judgment for the full amount of
1Qt'p. Price Only Complete and Exclusive
+ On Landlord Brtckaon Is having the Magnolia : the claim; with interest at 8 per cent, f
: "
T,1ts1 ,
( improved by the application of a amounting in all to 1630. A motion for Dry Goods House in ,Bade CountyWe

,: '; ; '. ',:' ... ,.1,.',," ," :" '" .:.: fresh, coat of paint, a new sign etc.; He a new trial, argued before ;Judge Jones t
.' Is enjoying an excellent run of business Wednesday morning, wasoverruled.. have just received our New Spring Silks. Lawn, Nainsooks

'Tl h"ht's' :; ,ft' $ .;" :..: at present. Attorneys W I. Metcalf and H. B. Saun- Swisses: Cliambraya Embroideries,Laces; Ribbons, Etc. Imported '

_j ... Miami is justly proud of her np-to- den represented, the plaintiff', whileGraham'Patterson and Domestic Wash Fabrics of all kinds 4
.. ... ,
1"" fk, ,\', .... ... '.late steam laundry. It is turning out ; and M, C. Jordan Samples furnished upon request. Great line
1 ."fit ":. : ; :: first-class work at reasonable prices. appeared for the defense. This case of House Furnishing. Good at1

; Life I Ib 'I'i t'' ,; Give R a trial. It located at the cor has been dragging for the past two yearsand Low Prices.
'v .. : .
ner of Avenue D and Fourteenth street'. has been'closely' contested. tThOSURPRISE
\ :-" -- .5911 The balance! of Wednesday was con
.. seined t in. routine business no' cases STGRE
The Children of the Miami Public
being; tried. At four o'clock the grand
School gave their closing entertainment
jury having found true bills against TWELFTH STREET-AND AVENUE C.
[in the Armory Friday evening. Quite them; the following'prisoners were arraigned MIAMI FL.OKIOA . C. L. XIMANIES\ Prop.
aa interesting program was rendered, 1"-3m
,entering pleas as follows :
tile >children having acquitted them.
r : : John Moore, larceny of a bicycle.
selves in a manner showing evidence of ,
Plead guilty. .
.w ireful the efficient'
training by faculty
Gamble, murder lu first
.. 'r t" ; of the achool. David degree, z_<,lL.Y.ll.lL L ":IIf'.1LL'Ir' :.Ji:<;:,.vr.ll"J': ,_': ,"<_L'jF_!! f'rIII
.West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami : PJead' not guilty.
The yacht Klondike has returned from '
Sam Brown, murder in first degree; ....
BeautUnl' location Tor hotel'nr .1. Bargain In Improvedproperty hnelnssedmlue
.' an extended: cruise to the tarpon water Plead not guilty.WW'Dnilt in MUini fronting on. nai VM 'In Mlnml.' Will pay :'JO {'+
feet, on llth etrout 1KO fret,
below this place. Oa board: was Mr. M '"" grand, larceny. Plead niie A'* 11feel This pl'Op"rt1.fives per centon 'lnritraent Cnn ba
M. George*, who.last year took the rec.ord. near the' Itoyal r-lm I had at a b"rl\"lo. II sold In thn
: not guilty.. .
from Motel Park
Paragon Pants Are Ait. BarLniu at next .
thirty day
May .1. -fish at Balil Honda' He was not Caesar Beuefield, assault with Intentto $3000.00. $ ,,)
quite so successful this year. The Ball murder Plead not guilty. o-o-oooo ;:

y : d *: Brother. will in a few days, take the George Gardner assault with Intent to

Klondike to northern waters. murder' Plead not guilty. A''I'
I : Hatch Arthur Clark, breaking and entering, 'TOWNLEYBROTIERS '
Mr. C. U. Hatch, of the firm of '

SOBS Bros.. ,.Mount Olive, N.'C.. baa been In Plead not guilty.
AllthOlly'S S Salesmen I- the city several days, looking after busl F. L. Jones, alias George E. Moore,
: i ness matters' Mr. Hatch Is very much breaking and entering witlt intent to ,REAL ESTATE AGENTS =

.--- --- -; p'eased with Miami and the surrounding commit felony. Plead guilty.

and that the :Ed Williams. assault with intent to MIAMI FLORIDA ;
country predicts inside
next ten years Miami will\ be a city ol murder. Plead guilty. .
twenty-five thousand. There ts no rea Leunder Young, breaking and entering oooooo

son why his prediction should not be with intent to commit felony. Plead .
come a fact. guilty.. '. Unrqrnln Orange" Drove In the '

fy,,ibrii 4 E. It Mr. H,Guiles, of Oak 1111I. Is l In the Dayiyt l Cook and Will Simpson, gambling 'tract.Tlulnity Five nf M aur ID..III H I.hi iHmrlnit Sino, num ICr..i\'In.. +u:
indicted for grand larceny. Plead 4 Years old "cottaw. Will _
city for a few days Mr. Guiles, who is ; V pny 4iO per eenr..n: Invvntiuent.nrgnln ,
guilty:; ttt Four ThOumind Dui .
.... .......................... one of the best known orange growerson S.B.H gglusgrand larceny.- Plead I...... ..
Indian'river took drive into'the
2 the ,
i not' .
t Fine list City Lots*, desirable surrounding country, and Is very enthusiastic Joe guilty.Fighter,.robbing by force. Plead L. .Why Jiny nmtiwhrn. you con buy Wo IIIIVB... }dealrablo business. prop.| 'er S
Real over.what,he saw. He stated fl-oni Totvnley Urn., Mined nine arty In Miami, unproved nnil unluiprovod -
'} not guilty; coininaii from ';00,00 to IUKXI.OO on .
that Crom.geneaal.sppearances: he did turiui, (or.010 on easy tei-nli.
assault with Intent to
I | Biscayne Bay fronts ; i not see why it should not be perfectly:
murder Plead not guilty.
the of Citrus: fruits
>adaptable to. growing
: : Robert ,' wand larceny.Witnesses .
.1 of all kinds. Mr. Guiles also spoke DeMeaicies
:Fruit and "
Estate j | also VegetableTracts favorably of cub, frow whence be has not appearing against him he.
: '' was released on'his, own recognizance: ,
1 returned.
: near Miami,,CocoaJ under $zoo bond for his appearance at Tomato Wraps and

COCOANUT GROVE CLEANINGS.r next term of Court. ,
I Frank] Wright, charged with assault

and ] J nut Grove and vicinity, im- ; James E Ingraham, with Mr. aqd with lutenVto murder, was also released Crate Nails ,', "

Mrs Kirk Monroe'.nd- 'Miss McGuilay, on his own recognizance, on $ oo bond.

Ir ;i; proved and unimproved: returned last Thursday from B' cruise to Mariab Young, charged with attempt

Collection Cape Sable,'on the .launch Eulerprlse. ed arson, ;was discharged, the grand I have Just received a large mock! of Tomato Wraps,

r ] for residence or ih- They report fine weather,' and in spiteof jury falling td find a true bill.ucfolUuidng '. Tomato Picking Baskets, Crate Nails and Ve ebuoluCarriers. .
\ suitable "' Indictments were found I and and
unexpected delays; on sand banks, purchased early purchased riyht) i
speut an enjoyable time.. They bring, by the grand jury, which was still in it will pay any one in need of tomato.wrops and nails

Agency ;1; vestment. the-uew. that the settlers l at flamingo session Wednesday evening but the to' seesome, or write for |tblcP8.) .Before buying. I alai>

)T \ have petitioned for a government: ,surveyof parties have not been arraigned. Q a

i.......:.......................:.. the lands ia that section'. I II Jas. O..Williauis, "murder in the first )
/ Pull Line of General Merchandise'
I Mr. Dan Lund, sailing master of the I degree. ;
',. W. H. Raines, murder' the first '
is ill with rheuntamatism. -
yacht Carib quite
Phosphate : The attack was probably hastened I I degree .

'l by a venturesome trip be made to J. W. Be'nefield, arson,

: i1 Orange Grove: Lands the Bahamas in an. open row boat a few I Francis Mather assault with Intent BTJBR '
> weeks ago. to murder' ._..__

__ f On the West Coast 'Tbere ts renewed talk of.. railroadexleesiontoCutlersndCapeSable.. A Small-Fire.Tuesday Little River -' Florida:.....
The "
about noon, an alarm of fire
Aermotor Wind Mills Chicago eventual building of the road ia si certainty called: the department to the furnitureand .
C'o" Fertilizers Chicago. --
." Agent for Armour &, as the Florida Eat Coast Rails ; Undertaking establishment Edwin

r o ,' Correspondence Solicited. way Company own immense tract. of, Nelsoni. Alter-couplfagon the fireplug FRANK
r valuable! lands south Cutler, which -
at the corner iff was found to be. lout of Il
.. MIAMI: FLORIDA can be developer iu no- other war \ but and ,
r Ali SV.'a'nriV/.r'lS'i".1.3,111'.1'. order, a line of hose bad to. be laid .
it does not seem probable that construction to another hydrant, giving the fire suchA .OUR SPECIALTY :"
: \ will begin this summer. : tart that Mr. Nelson's barn and hearse

Buy Your Clothing: of: the The"vegetable crop Is about aver with housewere totally. destroyed. Loss, IrancyEast Coast Tomatoes' ;:j""

for this season, shipment now betog about f too.
very light, with prospects for a very''' The result shows plainly that more attention r
PIONEER CLOTHING} MEN small fruit crop.Bargains should be given to the water 14 Vine Street Philadelphia' ]- d
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fth h,: ,OF DADE ed city property, Townley Bros A- Yoi will be sorry if you w.it too long ;
thony Block. The early bird catches the worm. and .. .
Cohen ____ the first <<, "n r ,
# & e likewise first comer gets the lot.cbe.p
:Schneidman MI.mi Ulea & Stanton Terra Cela, PIa. Armstrong/ & Stanton Kaluirtto.' Via' '\'+
Belt busfneM lots In cheap Townley Bros., teat estate dealers Knox & Stanton, Union! Fla. ,, '

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the Great State of Florida Prepared for Busy Reader Memory Vr. ._, 6-T--doMY.a: Text. : .1 I House Built? :i i ..,';' "

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R fh t v William 'R. O'Neal has been appointed New Milford, Conn.' ', has bad. a ;500- (Copyright a/, .'; UOX. ,'by oIatlo American.] 'I"FrtMS*k' AMO- I THOS. J./; 6RIER! i ,, : ;;: :: ,. ." ,'. ., ..4 :E// ,

t ; ,', at Orlando.Nearly 000 fire. ( " ,
+, ;. postmaster 1, J, Now about that time Erred the }'
Wilheluilna.of Holland now king stretched forth hla,humln to 'Vex eertutn ; :
r Y 10,00o,000feet of were Queen of the church and he kllltil James, I Contractor 1 I i i : if I.HIII.I.IM. ,/ .t
,: shipped from Pensacola last moatb..l' said to be out of danger. ;: ,
the,brother.ot John, with th, sward, '
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Madison Flu., is oq the upward move. Rear-Admiral oN. T. Sampson died at'' From the time that the, devil. the and: ,-:" f : :{ : ; ; Contracts :;:, 'I '

It can now boast of an electro light and his borne la Washington at 5 o'clock. on murderer and liar (John vlil 94))/put it ,. ",' ; : :, i '. r .,. *," .' :. .
fl'' ice Tuesday afternoon Into. the hoftrt of Oaln tt+> fl1'Abel ho 4 : "
plant. : FLORIDA' "
4 t ;c, ;'p With the exception of Saturday even- Bret Harte, the noted American author luis ever shown of his hatred of-God, and ta prepared! toi flll your < : : ( ," .-
L lijgf, all the stores in :Penancola!! will died .In London, England: ou Mou the people, death (Heb.,byueinghfar'worstweapon ll,- 14)),;,,,,,and that prompt .''and' (lu,'' k o;. l :

close at 6 o'clock during the summer. day last,.aged"63yeara.: ,.: even against the' Son of ti!tf",Himself, v paannar.; E,ttmates ,." ,

;i' A monster saw nab, measuring fifteen The Wells grain elevator, at. Buffalo, It Was a good day for ,J rgs'for lie o r c-..

and a half feet la length, with a saw/ was.destroyed by fire at midnight, Sun. was Instantly with tbe. tordm the en. V on tiouotraotloa'work\ .of '

', three feet sir Inches long, was captured. day, entailing a loan-of $375,000. Joyment of the ?ety far botterv: o description.' I''
t-t And benefice ha saw it( pleaded the .
In the bay at Pensacola, last Friday. w.
} Two people were killed and forty-five Jowa ha proceeded! further to lake Peter ., ..,..,-v-
Reports from several portions of the wet .1njured In a collision on the Baltimore also z .

: r State go to show that tbe dry weather is ; and Ohio Railroad near Rock wood, Being Passover tmo) ( he kept PeterIn West Palm .Beach h; | Builder

C ,) l injuring vegetation. Rain has (fallen Pn.., last! ; Sunday. prison tinder the care of four: com- 2S I i ,,

j however, in a'few'places: : aud .On Ion- pauk'8..of soldiers, intending' after that O > '.
-Archbishop Corrigan, of New York Reason to kill him also'o'still furtherploase itolgo7lo7l01lo1lQllolloleola : p'ZORXiA, ,
day last Turnout Fla.,. experienced: a '
/I l passed Monday evening. A sur- Jewssouie of
away the the same descriptions, givrn pertonnj!
hailstorm. ,
{ very heavy. ;.' viving1 brother is Dr Joseph; Corrigan of 'Jews, no doubt "who were pleased to er H' !: : FURNISHBD i

Work.has been begun on the sea 1ed l Gate City' Florida. __ /tic crucify the Lord Jesus and stone and promptly .
I I out track. and roadbed of t the St. Adgu Potter Palmer fornear1yrhalf a century Stephen and all,.the while profess I to be ,A' C Dittmar deiired. '" "

tine and' South Beach Railway. the ; businessmen doing; God lervl 'e. Yet 0011)H" ,,' tU, UHAH.RR tn'Itolrah #t-Class; ,,Plumbing'
one ot the most prominent :
under only living nud true God., and all. anti--- ..
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construction power :
breakwater, by :--- *** '" n" '
of Chicago\ died in home city : ,, O;'Box
,Government is nearlycompleted, and it "Is.. Is Ills and tie permttetbese thing 1 .' :. 36t' ,.,,:.. .
:on Sunday evening: to be, and Ue Is DpessedShlngesr .,
not, discouraged, and ..
is now safe for the receiver of the railway -- -
Three new stars will be'placed in the till. kingdoms of this world shall ;yet b" : n-;
to proceed to put the property lu ,. f ,'J, "..
American flag, consequent the adniiaslon the kingdom of: our Lord nnd of His : Doors Sash Blinds .,,
t order for operation. of Oklahoma New Mexico and Christ (llev. xl. ,15)). We can''do'"' what Mouldings.. Brick, Lime i "'II..-jy\; wA. ...
A' By the order of the City Council of'Jacksonville tile church did for Peter;; earnestly and '\ ;' I,: ',\ 'Ii' .,.
Arizona into Statehood. bill
f The passed and Builders'1 ,
a poUce census of the city's uiicvDMingly cry unto God and bd ready V ,'
(;. population has been taken.: TheTfeauli' t, the Senate Tuesday., to lay down our lives for. Christ*: FORT PIERCE. .., ." '. : '. < :

which has just been made.known'sliowu The United States Department of Agriculture .f,Peter was ulaeplngi between' two ioldlem ,
is to ""the bound with two chains. ,- LIGHTWOOO
preparing fight rave
population of 33,687, and of test ;
'f A double 'a twng'IIr.son ) ; prepared to give
ages of tbe San Jaaepcalethrougboutthe guard First Class Llxhtwood
9 s t' ': :. v 14,370 are white, al1d.19,317 are colored ; : to. need. t
country with its natural enemy, the, ladybug chains, gates and as far as-,,tminauvlsteii 'say one
within Pineapple, Covering and
This is increase one of
year '
which will 1 be brought from,,the In- could; see! death for Fvter on: tha Addreea. .
e 5138. .__r_ _I' ,.,.,__ morrow, :yet Peter slept, and. doubtless pose ,, .
The committee on merchant marine. Lcrwc vL w.aw quietly, foi he was 10 Christ and'Chclst' 'H. B.. .

1 and< C cries of the House of Representatives The family of Jas. W. Colbert, of In God. The wall of fire wits) round Se6 GRANT

the other day reported eight bill,,I Portsmouth, Vs., have been notified that about him, and With him all *ks well .
for fish hatcheries in the Southern States their share of the estate of the late Wui. whether .he remained In, the>'.mortal ,

South Carolina gets one of these and, Bradford, who came to'thit country,, on 'body or not (Col. Ill, '3; Zevb.; .If,,,.6,, 8; i iIso. .

is Florida two. One of the Florida hatch the Mayflower in 1660, amounts::.to'be Ill 1.0)), It t 1M grand to tee God and 1"I TI
not circumstances nor pOOJll )-to,:
; seq
.: I cries is to be a biological station, and il tween $750,000 andtoooooo. f he set circumstances( and people only throughGod ,

.-"' is ta be located at some point upon the tlcment has been pending for more than and bo still And know that'He.Is Build : K
t, gulf coast, and the other is to be a ,/lad too years. God (Pe zlvl 10; Rom. Vllv28 29)).' ,' ,' .
: hatchery. Bass and other almilatTfisli Araos of : Mote ,H ; '
Congressman J Cummings, i 7And, behold the angel Qt the1 Lord>
i : will also be placed in that hatchery, Sew York, died last Friday night at came upon hint and.a light shined in the. l : .i Handled I :
Repair :
i ( which Is to be located upon the St Johns Christ Church Honleln Baltimore. The prison. ; Commission l
Before Peter could It his
t river. cause-of death was pneumonia; Incidentto chains Shop work,. 1
were!! off. his sandals were.on;
Hopes are now entertained for. the an operation. The deceased Cong '. :
hid garment about him, BJK! he ,was Repairing,or .
C\\; ; complete recovery of Den, II. Hopkins, ressman was well,known along the Rut following the angel out of the prison. Furnished '

one of the best knowu citizens of Jacksonville Coast, and his death will be deeply de. the soldiers still-soundly sleeping,' but Dock Bui : I .

1 who swallowed his teeth about plored. Peter thought It was all 'ft beautiful wj

three weeks ago. For several days It The Shango Tin Plate Works, at NewCastle vision, 'which God bad grantedblui.. Call on or address. : : r FL > J:
How great: and glorious Is the .
ministry '
was thought that the teeth bad passed +
Pa., the largest tin plate plant in !) ) @)@<
of .angels who minister unto the'heirsof M. J. Y R
through the esophagus and entered th< ;
the world, was wrecked by a cyclone on salvation! 14 .
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stomach, but intense pains: in the throat "
Tuesday. Although the roof was torn 10 11..When Peter was some to West Palm Heach.
himself, '
led to an investigation, which revealei1the off?, chimneys and] he Now I i'L'L"Jl ;
blow.o'dowo. damage said know ot a surety that the 3.
.( teeth in the lower part of the throat. lone to the extent of $100.000. not one Lord hath sent' Hla angel and bath-dally ; .
ered mo ,out ot the hand. of 'Herod-. .ud t.
{ ,, An operation was performed on Tuesday of the two thousand employes was In from all tbe expectation of. the people, of BUILD .... I :
and, serious as it was. it proved success Jured. the Jews. | HOU. ,.

lul. ... On they' went past the'first watch, ON'APprICATIOI
Palatka's sensatiou:|?ra thing of (.fa- Voters: Attention I and the second,'and the Iron, gate opened 'iMi".2; .. ....- FLORIDA! 1
past. William CaUo, :w'to was charged of Its, own accord-perhaps ether G. KUftZE
.!Everyman should 'be"r In mind that .
with attempting'.to:"burn the Putnam angels swung It open at the.approachof r
'I prerequisite to voting in the the angel followed Contractor .
House, in that City, last January, was July! }primary by; l'etel'-an.1 and '
I Is registration and payment of .tlll on they went through one street Material
brought before judge Bullock.on habeas
poll tax. Those not already registeredcan well away from the prison, before thu .-, Specifications on Apptieat '
corpus proceedings by his attorneys, angel left Peter. Then .
being left alone
:' Alexander St. Clair-Abrame. and Walter aud register for the primary on June it, and finding himself In. the night out P.. O....Box-Sut':234. WESTPAlpf' ,: : f.
14 for
13 provision which will, be Line
r J M.: Davis, and was at once discharged, on a street of. the city, ho began' to : ..
i i as. there was no:,> occasion for his arrest made by the County Democratic: Executive realize that It was no dream,. but that,

'i The\ people' in Palatka, where the prispuer Committee. If you wiUbave been he was actually a tree man by tbe First-Class : '
is.held in high esteeoi, except by a in the State twelve months and the mighty'power of an angel'!b( God. ; d" Hardware

.,J few, are rejoiced, and Mr.. Catto was county six: months prior to the 4th of 11 He cam to the bowsoQ, Mary: the ,
'\> j.'J I I warmly congratulated. He was formerly. November, 1903 you will be entitled to mother ot John, 'whole. surname was Blacksmithh 'r
Mark where many were gathered \o< ti; proprietor of the United States Hotel, f register and vote in tbe primary If er praying ., Wo.rk all Minas ,
''t you have moved from one election ella This ha did
as having
soon as
and in ,
in come
t l I 4 that Jacksonville city. was very popular ,--rin.n--- -ann11.----.--. -.i.....,-._. ..__ 1.._._.. ..1........,.vu.._ .ov_ y hC. ..n.RI",..".. .Io.._.. ._. ._.wwahry_"" ___.. .hue_ _wa.n"_u__. obtained can alwav- be ; !.n"--. n.--e111r-.."".. .'r.1..4"-:'.. ,. a
the supervisor of registration will properly He knew justj where to go,. for, on a N
feels of
+ interested new shop
Volusla county now deeply .. ,
previous -
transfer your name upon being occasion when he and John ; ,
in a movement which It is said had been released from prison and .
notified of same. In order to vote you
is, ; wfill( soon result in an electric railway must have paid two years' poll tax ten from'tbe power of the rulers,' It Is written JAMES

I from Daytona to DeLand, and thence! to that "being let.fip they went to' .
w days prior to July 15, Igox,,,but> if you -r
\the St. Tohns river, connecting a great came to the State alnce January I,.1901, their own; company" (Acts Iv, 23)). Clematis Avenues Went of Rail :

deal of( the\ agricultural section of Volu- or came of age: since that date, only one 13-IS. Thou art mad. It U.hl..antfelt\ : : '' 4
sin county with the river, and thus ma What strange words from a company
't'''' king a. nearer line to Jacksonville Tbe poll tax is necessary. If..vou'eatne bf of praying believers wheel they,! retold :Iron andRepair
r [ age since January I, 1902; no poll tax Is i that their: prayers are' answered '
-I paytoua Journal this regard: contain
required. Persona 55 years. ,,of age or i and Peter la at the ,door.knocking, for Work '
tbe following item f "Judge t. A. Stewart -
over are exempt from poll tax, but ALL admlnslon. Rhoda was so glad that she'
was lu our city last night as the guest exemptions should be noted on the re3'ltrat10n forgot to open the door:. for him. .addthey A Specialty 1 '
of Mr.George H. Ludwig, who Informs were .o amazed that, 1
book or a certificate to that they could .
I us that the Judge's mission was In tbe not believe ; '
s' effect procured' front the supervisor of We might'not.wonder public of West, ,
+ interest of an electric railway from Dayton registrationGainesville Sun, to. have the world count. tbe.believer ,Geo. S. Hacker & 1 : ;

,I; a via Demand, to the St. Johns river. mad (Ia.... Ux, 15,, margin f rHos. Ir. T; t t 'r
e. John :x:, 20), but for Kinds. j. w '
Air. Stetson has agreed to take $100.000 believers and such ., .
stock in the toad. It Is expected that Offices to be Filled. a8 these, to count each other mad la '"( System epe&I.lty. ,

t the Clyde Steamship Line will take $50.' There Is a fine'batch of'offices-, both more strange. May we not be 110 Blow ,. \" "- '"'1 v,! "
to act Jet, xxxlli 3 .
upon. or to live la }
ooo, and It is hoped that Mr. Schantz State and county for which candidates '
141x11, 0V O- 8.t.f.
1 will become the third party la the triumvirate ale to be nominated the Democratic 1..i,. Qo stew them things unto ,James .
; tl r and take the balance ot the primaries on the Ijlti of July next. Ac. and to the brethren, Beach, Fl Ia. '
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stock. Such a road, would be 'of great cording to the call for'the primaries and I Peter continued knocking the only ,

I )i value in the matter of travel and tram the rules for conducting< same, the following thing he could doe for doors did'' not : .

.' .( q porta:loa." offices may be voted for in Dade open to him as prison gates to tbe angel
_ and In due time '
they opened to him
j A passenger train on the Seaboard Air county -
and were astonished to.see. him. lie, AN ,,1
k I Line Railway was wrecked Saturday One United States Senator. quieting tli ta.. told them all that the ,
o, ,': i i morning when entering Jacksonville. One Justice of the Supreme urt. Lord had done for hint and bade them MANUFACTURERS OP '

I I The wreck: wattcauied by an angle barf One Secretary of $')tate. tell James and the others. This is the Doors .Sash ( )

1 being: placed on top ol the rail on the One State Comptroller.Two James of chapter zv, 13,'who seems to "'OF'' .,'
.:t west side of tbe Railroad have been Blinds : '
track. and there was Commissioners. president of the council at. ,
Y.._'..._.___ .y__. __' on. ._ .
every indication that it !kad been put Joe Representative In the Legislature.One .lerusineui. James me urotner or John '.":'- AND r, ,

.'I': there train by,fiends as the who angle intended bar, which wreckingthe is of I; One Tax Tax,Collector.Assessor having been.soul slain has'.been(verse. delivered 2). Every from redeemed Building*' 1 1 SHINGLES I' A,

: iron, could not have been placed acci, One County Treasurer.Five prison and death far worse than. any .CHARLESTON; S. C. J .
tiered could afflict.with
:' j it i j dentally on the track, as It is so shaped. County Commissioners.Three I we .should tell|. o< the and deliverance how gladly :t' Largest Factory : ,, Lime and Cement. t''

(W",," l ff ; I ', that it is necessary to be carefully placed i members of the Board'of'Public Ood,..has, wrought,for: us. ('I'z1",1-8), Sea4 for Price '
: {,, to make it fit on tbe rail. The Instruction. :
( 'f !, engine y.. but bow few seem glad to tell It.to XUglory : .
; :......'.i J r' ; ran for a distance of 200 feet after leaving : There may be as many candidates for that n* may be malflll ed. '

tr: r'F; the track, and then it broke loose! these offices as choose to run, so long as _18, 10- Herod's soldiers put to'death, IDQD! MOD! '8-1-1902 ; "
from tbe tender and and Herod himself Uying'such :
pitched over tbe each candidate is a Democratic elector an awful '. ; '
tw"4 ... embankment and partly bqrled itself.in I and qualifies according to tbe rules .governing death (versa 23), while Peter wasdeivered ..r.y.-.t l |. .<.'
d the sand. Tbe tender left the rails and tbe primary. from their bauds.-ramlnds a. Worth.
/ of that morning when, Daniel cam Stovo '"WoodDelivered ,
turned over on Iheeastaideof tbe track. All nominations must be .
by majority larch from) the den of lion,,but his !err:
The baggage car was also derailed and vote, fend if no one receives such majority
amiss Into the
were put same den never to Any I'urt of
,. 1 t 'turned on its side ; the forward trucks then the two receiving the highest to come forth It.make us think of ; '. WORKS? .'"a

were completely palled out by the force number of voles must be.balloted ,the glorjoua, "morning. of our Lord's ap : '
I' .. of the engine wben tbe coupling broke upon In a second primary set for the peering (Ps. xII.'.. 14; xxz. 5uxlvln 0, matis"Leave orders ak Wood the railroad Yard, on ,a

jr loose. Engineer: Thornton, Fireman lath-day of August, t9Oa. margin exu-: :, 4, etc.) for: the deliverance ',, Of.addren Avenue.near ? ( B )'; .

Lewis and Baggageman. Weeks were seriously -- -..- "- of His people- and of the unbelievers ...'- > l f Hauled-Ou" r,() "... "

Injured, but are expected to pull KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES'; ,for whom there shall be no' J. T. SNEIX "
thiough. 'SHOESat morning, but only the onte.r. darknessforever ... ,
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? THE COUNT: come citizens of the United\ States, i It

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% Paragraphs of Interest From Different .. It la to be hoped "Tommus of I.alu! Subscriber"la today's Issue explain) coronation of the King; rather It I IfI K o

City will agree<< with the rulings of the Judge Wall's position, in bolting tbt< till another link In the chain which

Seotlona of Dade by Stale Committee by the time the primary Democratic ticket (In 1896.J The fact'thai binding (the Anglo-Saxou race f 2Z 2S

Our Correspondents. coajes -Tallahassee Capital. he bolted the regular! Democratic ticket more firmly and rapidly'as years go i

j.::: : ," Point gronue about the ':wickedness of aud was a Candida:' for p .ldenllal.flec' The committee is endeavoring to 0

UTT1.B KlVER RIPPLBS.a the S primary system are 'heard now .and toe ou the "Republican! Aid Sqclety1 lain reduced rates for \ : .

I 'SLIM then from dtft\.reut sections' of Florida! ticket is 110 special reauon why the Detn and nt the hotels, and they would! S &

\ few tomatoes going yet, al- The wounded machlnUt' diefi bard.- ocratlc party of Florida should DOM greatly astisted if all who wished to Ifif o
t1ugh,\ the. bulk of the I is .
crop over. fcuaacola'Journot. The.groaners are to place bla name. at be head of the State ticipate would advise them of such

)' : 'the Front/ some reason liard to solve crops bo found among the, 'former convention ticket(,-Citrus. County.Chronicle. T; tention as soon as possible. I i
erne AE1: as crops of last season,
J have (fixerj\ and they* are now, out of a job.* The plot against/ Senator Mallorj It has also been proposed'bat S o
to ;
come close ,
a days
sooner .
acUsi present is a fitting time for all : K
oville Metropolis.If seem* to bavo fallen to. pieces Frank ",
E i Agent Wlnfield' j is hard In Florida .o
press at to
the'chestnut meet, become. better S
work\ was neither oat Intention nor desire Adams first choice to pull ,. o
: on)his -last month's report, which quainted with each other and '
hi our recent criticism! of'a certain: Con. I Is out for State! Senator from Hamilton ; II
,was very \heavy* Geo. lay the' foundations of a' society ( o
reselonnl[ \ candidate this district to P. Raney IS announced for Senator ,
Mr: and Mri\ Oeo. Senra., have moved 'luttml Intercourse and help.: To f-MOOJ' o
.. please such) papers a* the Jasper News. Trout Leon county and Fred' Myers I Isulng
f back from West! Palm and: have end all who were born under the '.
Beach: In other'words we do not court the ap- whooping things for,' Congrew In. the ,,
purchased\ the cottage near the depot proval, of, corporation candidates nor new Third district This .s1la"et. the flag are asked to send in their
; built by Mr jn, Cobb last Mr. end those of their friends, to, the
summer even their sympathizers alders or abetorsv probable stock ;f there may be possible '
k Cobb III haIlU/'i.I ; lumber and preparing .-Mailison: Recorder stock: In reserve, but if there be. it Is '01 Committee, 315 West Forsyth ;

% to build a.Uoiifc. __ 'oome property recently ; SAnotler no consequence or1 oncern. The plotters facksonvllle, Fla., so that a .
I purchased: near. Mr. Winfietd.ra important feature,of the pri! 'couldn't control the game ; otbei register: may be formed an.Ian
uteri as adopted Is the ballotwx :
that ion
W. I.'P terlt I. up from Cutler fact plans go lo earth and, !senator: Mallorj, sent to all. \ all times,
') stuffing will be made :
kpeiidlnjf: otrie time, with her parents, more danger- and his friends II jes laff."-Sanfore. The following gentlemen compose of .
tus for those who believe In that method I committee: B. Sudlow British .
Mr and : McDonald Chronicle. S
Mrs, J. '
of election. Dud the true, sentiment of : consul,
W. Moore
4 't Is rather. a disgrace, tq our community he people will. be readily obtained'.. Now ''The l, Hon Geo; P. Raney announced bairman; Walter; Mucklow I. S.

that the gap in our rock Voad! hat he la a candidate the State Senate from tht
I ( primary adopted, let it be (-I. Ormaby Cooke Fred W.
C. between Little. River and S. J. Peters' 4lven I a fair and honest trial for the next" county of Jeon. WIj.! tbe HOD. W. t 'William James, LockhartLittle
,. J>/late; still remains. nnfillfd, that toe Palmer announce for Representative TS
twO elections ; then, if It (sa good thing Rodd H. O.'White, Wm. Laasdell
: when from the county of Granger? We trow
*we consider1 that most of the rock nish It along. If bad let it be done .
( A..E. Haines.
not with l
Socrates we trow not- a
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is.. piled up along the road au'd' could .. .
we. S way 'll'l1u.-.allana' \.:apiIa1. large trOwaaloru:: chronicle.a S .. Tur
Ret! it rolled down just fo{; the placing: 1 '.

the road bedIt is an eyesore to strati IDDH'IONAL PARAGRAPHS Butter,
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gars coming to our section. Get together PURELY Etc.

and, let us complete this little piece' of J 'P'INEAP'P E CULTURE.Mrf .4 > '

work. Mr. Ed Rumph left this morning -
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.' Mrs. Pierpont of Atlanta Ga.. is. on. I- 'Jacksonville: and point* in Georgia.: Mall Ord r..

f .'-,. a visit to hersiatr! : Mrs.. E. D. V. "Burr :: JoUa' B. Beach! a prominent resident at right angles from this should beat I Capt. Dan Ross, left for
h + of this town': sends nu luteroatlng: intervals- twenty to thirty rows S
Mr. Warren. Mitchell bookkeeper (or Wednesday to be' absent several "
letter to the Jacksonville Times Union and be from two to four rows wide Market
It )n R. Hudson Burr has been qnitc I Mr. and Mrs. J. D.. C.Iptrls: are .
md Citizen. on the.alxjvo? timely sibjecl.He : When the fruit is-gathered: the pickers
sick, but la back to his desk again. joying a ten day. visit with friends
says: I stand in the beds and\ as they break oft .
-...-- "The culture of the pineapple!! has been the fruit toss it to men who stand in Del ray. Beach. S

fleeting: of School Board. developed much more carefully' and those side alleys who catch it and convey Dr. J. A. McLeay returned Wene.lay

_ Miami, Fla.. May 6, 1902. upon a much more scientific< basis on the: it'ale main averrue. 'where it I it morning from attendance at --S--S_ _ _

Regular meeting of the School Boar 'lorlilw coast, Oi rulhcf ou the Florida' loaded ona cart or tratncar. -. Circuit Court.

4 keM layan. Ii. of P. Hall. :Presen'J ')eninau'a' than in any other part of the As'soon as the field is planted apply a President W. M. Brown,} of the /

; B.; King, Chairman; WOarueU lobe. Of cou.-sc. we refer to open-air" large pinch of tobacco dust and .cottonseed of Biscayne was a. passenger

}h a \V< ,M Bui'Aineand;(\ Z, T; Meriitr, ulture as ,distinguished front green. meal or castor pomace,(half aur Wednesday's train for Tituaville/ .
: .
,' "'ouse'<:lIlture under She dlng for haf) } In the bud of each *As
_ : sap riuteode'ut. glass. slip. sooi Dr. H. C. Hood hM been'called
.. Minutes* of last meeting read an<}. approved 'lost 'protection la carried on to some as the plants begin to root some applj 'essionally to points south of town '

_ : -tteut, but whether it pays as well .aspen 600 pounds pert acre and scuffle it Iu, float every day for the past week., :

S Tbe Superintendent reported scliootiNos. culture is stilt an open question\ I This can be repeated' with advantage Mrs R. {. Sulzoer and .children
.5 i it ;; ; In this article we will simply consider if the weather Is wet, every month or
3 5 6,7,10, 13. j4.6, 17. (one to Miami, toj join Mr. Sulzner N. C.
_ 18, 20, 11, 22' and 38, while, and NOB. 1, he brat 'methods adopted in open-air six: : week'always bearing In, mind lbs la now employed lu the Magic City. ) ,

_ C4 2, 4, 5, and 6, colored, closed since last ultlvatlon, leaving out the question of it Is a waste to apply fertilizer. to younj, Mr. Hi: of :
BIrsh Atlanta
nutting.The heds entirely. There Is nothing par- plants in. dry .weather A tOd or wort Ga., repretenting PLANTS'
_ the 'BrltIRb. lca .
: me
final of Noa. 6 M.., ioulnrly new reports ,
_ 3 5. 13, Co., has been in town this week Celery I'Inllo,
21 and 33, white, and Nos. a,, 4 and' 5, ear In this.line, but for the benefit {f luring the first six to eight months. business..Mrs ;
have been received. \ teginnerswe arc going over the sane Castor pomace Is at present the cheapest PINKS

_ _ No.: 8 will -close May No. it aur" .Id t l ground IlJElio.r and tobacco Is not much needed at firsi DttRand and little, girl .

f S 15.- .win....close::. !' May, ao,, and 23. No. 24 wit. I* the' first 'place select1 land which unless tbe..lap.yave red spider or meal); Save been gufsU-: at the Hotel Paluir ...... Fiesta for
r In this tobacco dust I U left this morning for their summer bonuIn. Mary!/ tin.
of bug. case apply .
I clone June 4th; aa as gooxl.a giowth timber as possile .
S. The.following warrants were Issued U I :> and.it ja also Vl'rl.desirable, have the bud frequently and heavily.' Keef ,Nyack. N. J. ,

|>ay teachers"since last meeting:, ""ellow, ,uSloil as near the tturface asMusible. the buds always 'full and the spiders will : Mr. B..R. Funk, of Boynton, one of "UiBD 1

S ... Spruce pine awl' hickory are soon disappear, if there is much rain prosperous truck growers of that region,: [ COrr,
; 'S ) .n..u. Obenchnln 0th month salary PRim DeRoh Pie '
: iMriUDil April a......'................... '4O 00 enerally the growth on such laud, but Fur the first twelve months nothing ;.. W A U Hob .. Otll month salary I.. ong.leaved, pine is the timber on some else is needed on the young( field '-bui i matters. .

; ami April H..............,.................... 45 Of :lC it. A* a general thing hammock land these fertilizers, and from 3,000 to 5oot: R. C. Creech, a well known ,Palm S'S.'
) S A V alnrrltt. 'th month salary I...nod
: April a...:.............. .... ........M.. .... 78 01, .tilesn,largely hickory is not desirable I pounds per acre can be used to advantage Beach carpenter, left for.New Smyrna ;
IS r Bi'HKlu. )McDonald salary to (I.te...... .. ,,& 111.( Ineapple soil and cabbage palmetto or I Apply often and lightly' and scuffle Ire this morning, where he will be. engagedat < : i
# ,z. Mettle MIx. M .. 6O 00 too much saw palmetto is not a good I queutly. You can't cultivate too much his trade tor! two mouths ..
Vulliii Hlbblta, Otll month salary........ 40 onArlhnrCrolta indication. ;Neither are shells. 'or lime\ I The second September use blood ant Mr, L. P. Lane returned from New .., P Prop '
p.. : 3d month .al..."........... 4O Oi. 7'
J J e.f. )''rim Wlll.on, Oth mo.sal.......:.. ...... 4f(> 00 rock as a general hlng.( Ou such soils boue mixed with one-third its weight 01 liver this'week where he hall invested .

" p ,hf. C P ,)Juckaon...................................... 40 OOnrah be pineapple Is very liable 'to suffer 30 pH cent sulphate potash, half a tOt ::51 a tract of land on which he expects '. .
I. j c floblnaon, salary'. to date........... 84OCnnlcN from diseases) and Insects. per acre. Then in November use same .O conduct farming operations.R. ::, ;:: : I ; S 4i
....,..... ........... .. .. '
I } Worley .. .... 40 (Of S In clearing the land the half and half, from oo to 1,000 pounds, !
111 Smith .......?..'...... .....?................ 79 Of spruce pine and in half Cothrsn formerly a resident of : '
h Uraun Liiliiumt., ......w.............*......*...... 11,1).0.) lumps may be 'left, as they.soon rot out aj needed January apply t I his place, but more recently a large Food* .
S Lillian Norton......................"' ........,....:. CO (OrIMfy 'nit every little root .of the hardwood or ton to 1,500 pounds of halfsteamedbone ruck of the
; S ) HolUeit...... .............. ......,......... 40 00 taw palmetto should be removed If meat (or flour) and half potash. ia grower Ojus prairie country S
. S l..iln Aincnvtatt.' ....... ..... ........ .,........ Of) 01 xmsible, If the land la ., Alwuya use 50 per cent sulphate and the s town this week greeting his many
: S ::' Fuimfo Park*...................................... 4O OOItenn very poor antppllcatlou' high grade blood and bone. rlends here. S per Week .' S
55 t : S Cmtrander....?......... ...... ............ 40 01( broadcast of aim of steamed "Mr H. I,. Scbaeffer left for '
SS J 0I1..."...... "....".... ................... ..... 815 oc. tone and. two tons of cut tobacco stems Do not work Or cultivate yOur fieli ,Plttaburg 1 : .. 'u Ii iiM_
; W E Cobb..4.,....... 00 01 >er acre may be plowed in with advantage again till the fruit has been, gathered 1 Tuesday, to be gone for several months

Mrs 0 B Stepheue.............................. 4ft 01 before planting. Select the heaviest and then apply first, castor pomace, u -Is parents will make-tbelr home in the
fl S 11 Cerpvuer|' ( .... ...............M..... ......... 49 00 then landsome new cottage I built for'them on I :, \,., M ,".
S S E01 Fiinyth.' .............,... ..........'.....?.. 4O 00 slips and plant as early. as good July proceed as before through the he Lake front near the Lake View ad- ':
.iQ : Kale C..I,.......... .......?...?..,............1.. iII) OO heavy six: .Inch-slips can be obtaine ; Ull. While this ia not an iron clad rultf (itlon to town. -'
1 ( V5.* S 3 11' Pro\.att.-............... .,....... 4O( 'OOMm no matter if some are longer but have *>r procedure, It ia as good a rule tc
ttt 5 H H Hoblw.................. ....,....,. ... 40 OO ii U: inches the niinlinum. Set as deeps follow as you can formulate, and wil.; Mr. and Mrs. Augustus P. Antho
'A Hwry.................................. ........... 40 01 ty left this morning., for Washington,
of Wash.iiK the maximum results
canwithout sand
B MontuRue....:........... ......,t......... ...4001.( I you danger always produce where Mrs. ( 5''
S His,S II Uiirlvvbaw ..... .......... ..................-. 4O Ol into the bud.. The butt end bhouldje rhe pineapple. is severely damaged b) Georgia., 'Anthony will Hoarclinc\ ;
'.:' :J.V 8 llelhuni.-..........::... .......A......... 110 01. trimmed' by cutting off a slice one- many of the yery best kinds of commercial visit with her parents for several weeks : : beach.
- A Cannon: .:.'......._..-..'.. ...:..... .... .. 4O 01, uarter (:o a half Inch thick with a sharp fertilizers as has been 'provrt vlr.' Anthony will return to West Palm > l 1'.'; :!
S fj M ..." .....'h....X..._..... ... ....-...;....... 4" Uf' and and later Beach in about a fortnight. week ',
011'a of
peeling few the experience by
inife .lower by some ex
Q It Klmrus. ....... -............ ..............:. 40 Ul o' Tlikvt Oilloi.
.r B T ""DI.... to date. .... ...................... UJ: Ot lIle.1ike leaves. hanstive tests carried on at Jensen b) Attorneys H. P. Branniug&, W. I. Met- C. VOHM, I'ro ,.
4Ss; Aril Hlrliard..... ............ ................ ... 40 01'( About twenty inches :Is the- distance Prof. Rolfs pf the Agricultural Depart. .alt;; C. C." Chflllngworth, fudge Ii. B. :

S. Ella IIII.JlbeD'................................. 40 ori referred for setting the Red. .Span'ah: uieot.. With these fertilizers the inns iauuders, County Treasurer E. N, Dim. ,
S W Murklnii I .......... ........................... 4 Till, the which consider- tuium results will be obtained, and thlgreate.t .ck,.and County Assessor M. E. Gruber, !
.: ) llm A Jt Murklna.................. .............. S3: ')"' variety ( one we are and Mer. the West Palm [ Parlor
from disease Insects among Beachers
immunity I I.tteadance lu
:: 1: HiiHluHinllh,, ................. ............ ........... SOObra ) lug In this article), and the land can be .
'S >| ... A Freeman ........... ................. 88 OfMueetland .,uarked off rapidly with a marker made .Ip'.ured.securing long-lived field. St Circuit Court this week. | VI'' .. 811-..
; SS Obenchaln.... ............,.... .. 116 01 like a large wooden take having teeth Bearla mind that ut any time thi Gen') A. W< Gilchrlst of Punta.GonIa., i
,tit; Uattln Uc.Nab...........;.............._ ...... 88 00 inchesapart. After marking out red spider mate their appearance. >nepf the best, known <1 '
Sr S J C Allen...................................._....: 80 Ol twenty tobacco dust is the remedy to be applied men in political 'J'ION
S / W K Cobb .........h...... ........................ 50 01 be whole field one way with parallel :ircles In Florida, and one of the most I J 5
I- ,Urn 0 B BtepheniII .............................> 40 01 lne mark, off l similarly at right angles freely and at. once, in the buds of tit uccesstul operators la rest estate and' ,. ,

'S ', Carpenter; ........,. .......................... 48 01, I md plant where the lines intersect. plants. If dry wilt appears', better pull imber lands of the State,passed through
S. Rtd Elfle fon.yth, ..... ....h......:.................... <10 ot'S \fter the field Is all marked with up the plant at once, remove from field here yesterday on his to Jacksonville '4 ; S
:' ,Xat.Colre'....;.................: ........ ......... BO 01 off and burn and replace with rhcaltlsucker. : ) way ,
r : LeluHniltb, ................. ..................,..... 7B Or twenty-inch checks you can lay S
.. .... *' and main:avenues ,as I
S 5 e....* t.alnhAr.4., ", ''h'', Bo your alleys you 'Tomorrow Senator B. N. Dimick and S
S 5L Lillian Norton. ........,.. ..............J..M./ 48 01 please, skipping a certain number of In gathering frnlt shipment alwajl ...
;55 ; S Helvu Hold n ..... ..........................ttulir -... 40 01 rows; where you want a path. The maRl gather while) cpol\ if dry (free from ,amily .lIIle..e their grove and farmt .
c, ...*> Annevlne ....... ................ .:. -... BO ooll the center of dew) or if they are hot from the sun Hypoluxo Beach to take up their
S \lIIe IlIlobell..h....... ...............h. .0 00 avenue should mil across ;' esidence in their beautiful Lake Worth .
::5. .na Ortrander, .........\....................... 40 01'' i the field and be wide enough for a leave them In the packing house ovei lome. Mr.: T,, T> Reese and family ,,.
l C l' Ja keon ....... ._. .. ........... ...... .., 40 00 I "agon or a tramroad. The alleys run- night to cool before boxing. vho have been residing in Pendleton ; :: : ,:: : ;
: Blnnrh BUrteahaw...................-....... 40 00 -----
S S d .Arl bur ('roll.......,.......;........................ 4J: 00 In lottage. EastSide,. for several months, | AND REPAIRING
1 S Respectfully submitted Are .You British Born ? up a provisional programme, which: I .111 also make their.home with Senator

S 'has eludes; .. I Olmick. S ., Palm
2;. T. Merrltt, Supt. .Perhaps no Southern State In : --. S Reach
S ( S proportion to its population so' many First-Outdoor. sports The Florids :
V : __,- warrant were Issued Reporta from several of the
The following residents of British birth as Florida. Country Club baa generously placed itgrounda > portions

S today for general Kpenses! ; : This being so, it seems only right that at their disposal and they hop'' I State go to show that the dry weather lanjurtng :

. 5_ 5 K Jt Klnu mileage and per diem..;... 110 3( the coronation of His Majesty King Edward to arrange for a gytukhanna lawn ten. vegetation. Rain baa fallen l

'5') A WOarnetl. JJJ VI< should be celebrated In some nil tournament, foot races. swimming however In a few places. and on-Moo- i ;
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5 .5 Z Wm T W Bnrrtliiis.rrltti, salary" for April...... ........ /Jo 00 appropriate manner, and in a city easily and golf. S lay last Lament, Fla., experienced a : > will, by jiutltlon., thnt
( haIlstorm
- :; 'd. .. S trsveIIDCIXPi. &1/000ta. iaS 60 reached by all residents of the State. Second-A banquet in the evening rery heavy Jocm, Judffe, of

;, ; WMt Palm B.ach Wood laid, wood view. and believing that l from 7 till o'clocn.. s' .. Circuit of' I(
S. furW P Boach No. 11.... ............ 251'S With this ip with'an alternative ..* rr .b* mar ,
.S moat suitable place Third-A ball A monster saw fish measuring fifteen .
the .
......,water., V P Beach. No. 11 ,t9: facksonvllle: Is ,take chars: (
W It Mo .
c EiiI.a, Worl.x. Ut0VMP! ....,............. 1 Of' the British residents of that city intend sail o. the river, front 9 p. m.' to II p. m.; ind 4 bait feet,in length, with a saw and to become 4>#

.... 'S.rti II nonur. .er.w, for 1'10.11.' .... ..... S BO) celebrating the coronation. June aslh It I. proposed to make "the sports hree feet six Inches long, was captured 'I. I;
,,6 ............ II : & "'.' SRROPL./ '
all Britishers. whfte Tn the ,J
,1 ?It;:' O W ljnur.eriouAS and earnestly desire that there free to Any personborn bay at,Pensacola, last Friday. '
.............. 110 next r r4\
Co., frayonsDean under the British flag la facto .
J B McOMnlejr should Join with them as many as pos- ipso .. .. -
financial Mattm :
Pub. Co.. plb .
.. ..... 00 Florida wh. were born entitled jo an hy .atlon. ,
S .M Oet.NOT.and Dee..... ttble of those Famous Horsehlde Shoes-ANTHONY', ** Agent :-i
S will' be served for Britishers :&
. .. IdeCIj.tat.1iuk.lntIDwsrI..... t"Oi 11 under the British flag.To' The banquet
,., .S S S ..> NlbM.. 22 days |IADltfl. ApriL 11 00 this end the undersigned have and their Invited official guests. The S pst_. Hd .romp.allv :'

5- jno q All.rt. "101. Miami No. 15.. ..... 1 00 been appointed a committee to make the boll and sail on the river will.b. open to YOUNG'S H ATS...*.. none better made :.

H S The Boird adjourned| to meet at Went and bav. dr...,nu trite I ,..utSo 1 at $3.QO. ANTHOKY! BROS. I ;: J 'ic\\
DeC4ssaryarraDjtel11ent. ; '
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the Great State of Florida.. Prepared for' Busy'Readers. M.mory V...... 167-oeld.ia: Taxi. Ho. nsnBIllIt 9 .. 'J ',- ."'. II)/
.Comal.re t..il..p.. ..... .' : '
F.. xxxiv. '
In General. Record of. a Week It Building Conth dtoxs )
br n.".. D. )1..tearas; 11I .. \

," 100.tCopyright by American Firm AocUttlon. I THOS J J.' DRIER i .
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$ :
William R. O'Neal has been appoint. Mew Milford, Conn., baa had. a :goo ; .] i / '
'ed postmaster at Orlando 000 fire. 1. 1., Npw. about that, tll1le nero the 0 11I ; g aly ',the'; :Best; of\Meclianlca\ |i" :, '' :' .' j:
Wilheluiina.of Holland, }II now kln rf tchml forth hi. harirl to vex certain I Contractor f .
Nearly 10,000,000 fret of lumber were Queen of the church. and h. killed June, / '"e r
shipped from Pensacoln last month. Raid to be out of danger the brother of John, with the word. :Employed_,''OE Our; dontr'act&e':: ;

Rear-Admiral W. t. Sampson died at 'From the 'time that the devil J, the | and. Builder .! .. .
Madison, Fla.? ia on the upward move. ", ', i .. '. ', .
and Hat! (Jolnr vlll,' 44), put tt .
t't murderer
) in o'clock on '
electric and his home Washington lit 5 ,
It can now boast of an light ) '
Into the heart of Cain to kill 'Abel he WEST:!: PALM fiEACU' .. II FtORIDA ..
t ice plant. Tuesday afternoon bAil ever shown his hotted.: of-God and Is 'prepared to fill your r.: prdar'romptly'and i 12.20.tf' "" ".' ro,
With the exception of Saturday even- Bret Harte, the noted American author (\he people of God >y iwlns his'w rst w

: tng, all the stores In Pensacola will died'iq London, England, on Mod woupon death (tleb. II, '14),< dad that S {In wok'lioaxillk.. <}l C DOC. C g. po?. $'. jse8eD. D *;: ?? .

> 11 close at6 o'clock during the summer. day last.aged'63'years.: ., even again the Son/; of GoO Himself if manner. a$tlmat 8.rurnleh, ( !

it I A monster saw fish, measuring fifteen The Wells grain elevator, at. Buffalo, It Was a' good day for Lora: tat..hewn 0 on construction.work' bfe'very i : .
with the the enJoymcnt
and a half feet in length, with 'a saw waS destroyed by fire at midnight, Sun Instantly'of the' very far better. o description. t'i i G. W S. 'S.ELL.- .,::

three feet six Inches long, was capture day, entailing a losn-of $375,000. 1-8. And because he saw (ft ploagod the .

), r in the bay at Peusacola, last Friday. Two people were killed aud'forty.five Jew he proceeded. further tq take Peter otf """"' "" '

from several portions of the I In collision 'the Bait also, : Contractor Builder,
Reports wet; .lujured a : and
l 4 State go to show that the dry weather III I more and Ohio Railroad near Rock wood. Being raasoyer time he kept PeterIn West Palm Beach,, Florida i .
the of four '
prison under q:'re eompQulcs.of
injuring vegetation. Rain has fallen Pa,, last Sunday. It.. '0 1' :;'
soldiers Intending after that .. WEST :BEACH: 1'i.OBliJA." : : ::* ,
1 however, in afewp1aces; aud 'Oft Monday -Archbishop Corrigan, of New York season to kill biro also to still further t10i1 Oh10hI0t1 Ohl O110t10h1 ate Q 5107ti a_O

last Lament, Fla.,. experienced a passed away Monday eveulao; A surviving plonao tbo Jews-..Bomfl' of the same The.erection-' and,. repairing of Buildings of all dellc it.en "

r a] very heavy! hailstorm. ;. biother Dr Joseph Corrlgan.o; Jew, no doubt who were' pleased to ." attention. APPLICATION.PLANS AND' All SPECIFICATIONS work wtll\ and.promptly FURNISHED'ON : >'", '

has been begun on the washed l Florida, crucify the Lord Jesus' and atone done. .
WQrk, Gate City, : -, 1; A C. Dittmar References given.If desired. ,

'. out track and'and roadbed of the St. Aiigus The Potter Palmer, forJneai'IJr/.baU' a century dolutt Stephen: / God and service.all. the while Yet God profess lives to,' the be "_. AiR '" Completely Equipped ''for: FirSt-Class. ..P1umbings; '
tine South Beach tin- one ot the most prominent businessmen only living and true God,.and all porn ---Itotiglt.htf.and- Residence! on :EvcrnlaSirtett!: ',near Lake Front. p''.' OBox; aSli1';:' "i:
under construction by .
breakwater, "
of' Chicago\ died la "his, tome. city or Is His, and lie. perml.ts these things 1.11-1 "" i' ""Ci 'A- iI. i-
.Government,is nearly completed and I It Dressed Iiumber r 'f T1 -----uii IH1--- -i-..-.i. ., .
on Sunday evening: to, be, and He la not discouraged J, .am<<1 I. t..J _
i Is_now.safe for the receiver of the railway Three new stars wl1be'\ placed In .the the kingdoms of this world sbnll yet be M' r.-:."" .
to proceed to put the property iu Lord and of His I Shingles Doors, Sash Blinds Want .. ; ,
; American flag consequent the admia the kingdom of. our. .: a\; '. '.. .k.. "hr&/\;! : \".'". .
fl order for operation. sion of Oklahoma.. New Mexico and< Christ (Hev. xl, 13)). We can do'whllt Mouldings.. Brick. Lime* I' : '., '.t.., .... ''I.; ...oI'<;J, '
By the order of the City Council i! of Arizona into Statehood. The bill passed the church did for Peter, earnestly end and Builders. Hardware; i"71:;:(;,l'(:

i's f Jacksonville population has, a been police taken.census of Th the!'resuil clt>:'s. the Senate Tuesday. to unceunlngly lay down cry our unto live God for Christ and be ready: FORT PIERCE.FLORIDA !House, BuiltII. ? ";" ;, ::

The United States Department of Agriculture / ... Peter was eleaplnir.. between two *ql-
has been made known;;Tiow LIGHTWOOD 'POSTS
i which just is preparing to fight the ray dlera bound with two chain T.' Grant,Contractor\ arid JJullder.Js prepared to give
I' a population of 33,687, and of thest ages of tbe San Jose scale througboutt.hrcountry A, double guard, a strong prison.. First Class Llghtwood; Poets for prompt 'service and satisfactory work to. nay one need
14,370, are white, and .19,3'' are colored chains, gates, and, as far .as ,human '
with its natur ) enemy, the\ladybug Pineapple Covering and other purposes ing anything in the construction line.(
ti' This Is au Increase within one year of'' vision c.ouldsce; ; death for Peter on tho Address .
'' from the Interior "
which will be brought
5.138.'$ .., .. morrow, yet Peter slept, and doubtless Call on'ot address '
''f' The committee on merchant marine of China. quietly, for he was in Christ and' Chela H. B.-HOWARD T. "
I of W. Colbert, or The wall of fire roundabout Stlan" H. GRANT es .
and C eries of the House of Representatives The family Jas. In God. was Se6 Fla : : \
j the other day reported eight bills port.mouth. Va..have been 'notified that him. and with him aU w as'wel\ .. e-a-1902. + ".'. '", WEST PALM BEACltH'rLQRJDA; ks 1 .M''
::1 remaIned In the. mortal "
Wm. whether Jie "
their share of the estate of the late
f hatcheries in the Southern States
for fish 'body or not (Col. Ill, 3; Zevb H. 6c8, ;. .
on !
# Bradford who came country
of these cJ .
South Carolina gets 'one I sa. Ill, 1.0)). It Is grand to sea God and .I .
Florida two. One of the Florida hatcheries the Mayflower in 1660, auiountsTto-:: !>> not circumstances nor pooplet--tl). see : -: '&'s1 .\\ {fP .' .

+ i is to be a biological station and i iis It tween $730,000 $1,000,000.. The set. circumstances and people only through!, ', 'J M. 'BRek" -*.?. "

ta be located at some point upon the tlcment: has been pending for more than God and bo still and know; that Ho Is Build.. Houses .- : :. m. :

gulf coast, and the other Is to be a .*W oo.years. God (Ps. xlvl JO; Bom. Vlll(! -28, 20)): ,,Move Houses = '
l hatchery. Bass and other 8Imlhl f.fish : Congressman Amos J. Cummings, oSew 1.....And. behold the angel oC th.r'Lord Buildings Handled :

fl i will\ also be placed in tbat hatchery, York, died last Friday night al came priion.upon him and"a light. shined In the. Repair Houses. C Contractor and Biiilder d on Commission I 1 ''J

located the St. John Christ Church Home in Baltimore. The
which Is to be upon Before Peter coul4 realize If his Shop work
river. cause of death was pneumonia, incident chains were off. his sandals were::on, ,, .1

Hopes are uow entertained for. the to an operation. The deceased Cong Isle garment about him, and' he was Repairing or Plans Specifications Furnished t tt

complete recovery of Ben H. Hopkins. reasman was welt known along the East following; the angel out of the prison.
one of the best known citizens of Jack. Coast, and his death will be dceplv de i the soldiers still soundly sleeping, but: Dock :Building. on ApplicationWEST FLORIDA'I

sonvllle, who swallowed his teeth about plored. Peter thought It was all'a beautiful address ) "
Call on or : PALJVt BEACH, .
vision, which -God. bad grantednlin n!
weeks For several days I It ,
ago. The Tin Plate Works, at New <
How great: and glorlons 1. the ministry . ; .
was thought that tbe teeth bad passei Sastle, Pa., the largest tin plate plant in of angels Who minister unto the heIrs M. J. YARBOROUCH .

through the esophagus and entered< the world, was wrecked by a cyclone on of salvation (Heb. I..14.) ..' I ''' .
1 stomach, but intense pains in the throat Tuesday. Although the .roof was torn 10. ii.Wben. Peter was come to himself \Vent Palm Ileach. Pin. : '

led to an Investigation which revealed\ I off( chimneys blown'dowo, and damage he said. Now I know ot a surety that the BJSlBBM* S>SHSMMS>S SMJSJBI iBIMBaBBBSBBiBIBBBBMIBIllBaMiSMiS* B li JHMES. .:'f&: ;H0LLEY[ 't,3
the teeth in the lower part of the throat i 'lone to the extent'of 1100,000, not one Lord hath sent His angel and hath-delivered : ,
,out'of the hand of Herod and
An operation was performed on Tuesday of the two thousand employes was' in. .front all the expectation of the, people. qt: i ,BUILD! HOUSES ... BUILDER_ "", j. .' r :"
serious it it success the Jews.On '
and as was proved
jured. :H -'- -' -' -- . PLANS SPECtFICATlONS FUHNISHBD .' ; 'i
lul. --.a --.- they went past the fleet watch. AND ON A PUCATION:: )
and the second and the Iron WES'-PALM: BEACH *' FLORIDA
Palatka's senaatlou'!Is..a thing of In- Voters: Attention I I.s-tt '
ed of Its, own accord-perhaps other' G. A. KUNZE: eLumber
Catto who
William was charged .
past. 11 .
H i '
SEvery man should bear in mind that angels swung It open at the.\ approach
with attempting' to-burn the Putnam i prerequisite to voting In the July pri. of the angel followed by Peter-anil'till Contractor and Builder

House in that City, last January was mary Is registration and. payment of 1 on they went through one street, and Building Material 1

brought before'Judge Bullock on habeascorpus poll tax. Those not already registeredCan well away from the prison before tho Specifications. on Application v. )
proceedings by his attorneys, angel left Peter. Then, being' left alone :
register for the P. O. Bbje"as4 WEST PALM BRACH
primary on June 12. :
Alexander St.Clair.Abramsand. Walter and finding himself In. the night out in the '
ij and 14, provision for which will, be :t--3. ..,Every thing' BuildingLine .. ,
M. Davis, and was, at once discharged on a street of the city, ho began- to
made by.the County Democratic Executive realize that It no dream, but that, '
was rr
there was occasion for his arrest Ae
as .
,, Lime Sash Nails .
/ Committee. If you wilt have beenin he was.actually a free man by the First-Class .
T\1e\ people\ In (Palatka where the prUoner Builders Hardware
the State twelve months and the mighty power of an angel of God. Cement noon.Paints
h held in high esteem, except by afew" '
county six months prior to the 4th of 12. He the
to house ,
came o( Mary the
are rejoiced, and Mr Catto was 'Turned Work and Mill ;
mother of John, H' \
phone surname wa *
November will be entitled to House
warmly congratulated. He was former)} I 1902 you Mark, where, many were gathered together Blacksmithing Orders, Specialty P y a''
Work. .of al) Hinds
proprietor of the United States Hotel register and vote in the primary) If praying .... 1
you have moved from one election die This be did as soon as, having come r' i i110ti
and In OEO. F. PADDISON Eau GalUeFia.
in Jacksonville, was very popular can always l be
i that city. trlct to another since the last electionthe to himself", he considered the matter. obtained at tbe ,
supervisor of registration will properly lIe knew just! where! to, go, for on.a. new shop of
'Volusla county now feels deeply Inter. transfer your name upon being previous occasion when be an Fated \\a a movement which It is i said notified of same. In order to vote you bad been released from, prison 'and 1'JE3E

wUl soon result in an electric railway. must have paid two years' poll tax ten from'the power of the rulers, it is writ. JAMES MILLER INTERESTEDi'
1 from Daytona, to DeLand, and thence U> ten that "being let.gp they went 'tot TO ALL
days prior to July 15, 1902: ,J>ut if you
their own company" (Acts Iv, 23)). Avenue Went of Railway
river connecting Clematis
the!; St. Tohus, a great came to the State since January I, 1901 -
13-15. Thou art mad It I labia. angel -. \"
J or came of age since that date, only one n h.nr i.I.-TT- .
with the river, and thus makug What strange words from a company '
.eta county poll tax is necessary. If.you'came bf of believers v'
praying wheu Iron
il' they are andRepair
( a nearer line to Jacksonville. The age since January I, 7903< ; no poll tax Is told tbat their prayer are answered 1" Peninsular Electric Construction
in this regard contain
9 Paytona Journal t\- required. Persons 55 years of age or and Peter la at the door knocking, for Work tarAnnnno -
item "Judge I. A.
the following t
over are exempt from poll tax, but ALL admission. Rhoda was so glad that she '
l ,t art was Iu our city last nlghtas the guest; exemptions should be noted on the registration forgot to open the door for him, and A Specialty' ,.. _COMPANY ,
of Mr.George H. Ludwig, who Informs they were so amazed that they could "
book certificate .
or a to thaeffect f- IS NOW to the
us that the Judge's mission was In tbe not believe her. We might not wonder open patronage ot the public of West i
interest of an electric railway from Daytona n&istration.-GalnesvUle procured from the Sun.-supervisor; 01 to. have the world count the. believer Goo. S. Hacker &. Son Palm Bea'\h and vicinity. ,

via DeLand to the St. Johns river '. mad (Isa llx: :, 15, margin; floe 1x, 7) C Electric Construction of All Kinds. :
f .. .
Mr. Stetson has agreed to take $100,000 John :i, 20)), but for believers?and such '
stock in the toad. It (Is expected that Offices to be Filled.' as these to count each other mad Is ,tare Call H.ll",,Durflat and Fir*Alarn, l tay.t! ifi a 8p.'..'.l*'.ity. ,. a": "t.'t
more strange. May be ALL WORK I t 11
we not
; so slow CTDARAMTEMO.!
Line will take There is fine batch
the Clyde Steamship $50 a offices, both
to act upon Jer, :zzxlll, 8.-or to live In .
ooo, and It i* hoped that Mr. Schantx State and county for which candidates ru.lxll.0.It. ". Offices irf Jel1' r on.Bloc1c. .lo; -'d. t' -\ JP..O

will become the third party in the triumvirate ale to be nominated-in the Democratic "it. 4.
Go hw
them thing unto James : 39-&. West Palm Beach Fla. f
and take the balance ot the primaries ou the Ijlh of July 'next. According and to the brethren.' '. i.xxx i.\\

stock. Such a road would be of great to the call for the primaries and I Peter continued knocking the only : :

t value iu the matter of travel and traniportalton. the rules for conducting same, the fol. thing he could do. for doors did not _

." owing offices may be voted for in Da.de! open to him ns prlsfin gates to the an J
gel and in due time f '
I they opened to him
L A passenger train on the Seaboard AirLine / county: and were astonished to see him. lie BOND & BOND: .COMPANYINCORPORATED
Railway was wrecked 'Saturday One United States Senator. quieting them told them nil that tho .

1 morning when entering Jacksonville. One Justice of the Supreme.Court. Lord had done for hfm and bade them MANUFACTURERS OF ( .

a i Tbe wreck was caused by an angle bar One Secretary of State; tell James and the others. This is the Doors .Sash ) ;
;'?, 41 be ,&placed on top of( the rail on the One State Comptroller.Two James of chapter xv, 13, who seems to MANUFACTURERS OF' .
west aide of the track and there was Railroad Commissioners. tore been president of the council at' Blinds, Mouldings '

every indication that it had been put One Representative In the Legislature Jerusalem James the brother of John -i AND- T-

{'', there by fiends who intended wrecking One Tax Assessor having been. oul slain has Owen(verse delivered 2)). Every from redeemed :Building: Material, (1 LUMBER ,LATH AND SHINGLES [ VV. 1

,' the train as the angle bar, which is of One Tax;.Collector prison and death tar worse than any. CHARLESTON 3"C.t0 \ f
iron could have been accidentally One County Treasurer? ,;
not placed
Herod could afflict with and bow glad- Flooring, Siding and, Ce,1I11g0 .Brick'Lima and
South. Cement.
on the track as It is i so shaped Five County Commissioners. Iy should the Largest Factory -
we .tell ,o{
.._ ,_deliverance. .......
I it is to be carefully placed Three trembera of the B _a.A... f P bit Send for Prices.
that necessary- o r o u cInstruction. God.baa wrought for; us 'as.xj. I-S), -:- '&.'1 t3TOCICOFF ?
to make it fit on the rail. The engine but ho-* few seem glad to tell it to Hi 8 I

Tin for a distance of Zoo feet after leaving There may be as many candidates forhtse glory that He may be malrul ed. ", AND J'

the track and then it broke loose'' offices a* choose to run, so long as 18, 11} Herod's soldiers put to'death, YARDS'J 31.1902 ; ,
aDd Herod himself WOOll1 .Jmom. .ON .F. E;; C.' lIIy. /.1,.
from tbe Under and. pitched over the each candidate is a Democratic elector flying such an awful ,'"

embankment and partly buried Itself la and death (verse 23)), while Peter was I _. Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. .."
: .
governing delivered from their hands, remind D8at .
the aud. The tender left the rails and I" .
that morning when Daniel "
camuortb.from Stove Wood 'LYkyLAKE
', turned over on the east side of the track. All nomination must be by majority the den of Ilona?,but his eufflles I I :-. ." ..' .

The baggage cor was alto derailed and ole, and if no one receives such majority were put Into the same den never Delivered. to Any Put of Town; : .

'' '' .turned on Its side ; the forward trucks then the two receiving the high : to come forth. It-makes ns think of: .'. ,-" ., WORTH BOAT WORKS % :. : .
% were. completely pulled out by the force cat number of Poles., must bebailotedupon the glorious, morning of our Lord' appearing a
of the engine when the coupling broke. in a second primary set for the (1'.. xllx; 14; jtiur... Bj..xlvl, 0, cave orders aWVoocl Yard on Clematis A, T. HOSE, Proprietor. } -

) loose. Engineer Thornton, Fireman Izth day of August 1903.KRIPPENDORF'S margin: cxxx. Ok etc.) for the deliver- = address Avenue,.near. the railroad. track., Launches, Yaohte<> Sail and FU1 Bo al.l.. Row Boats and Dn! i, < '). "::t._;;

Lewis and Baggageman. Week were serou.ly ----r...._ nee of His peopleand of the nnbe- ..Of.>"" .' ; *. ? -Bgilt to OMer, Overhauled) Repaired or Hauled 'Ou.,, ? "''r: '.t .
levers for whom there shall be no' ,' ," \" .
f'' / Injured, but are expected to pull LADIES''SHOES morning, but only the out<< darkness) J. T. SNEIX '\ ;'l1oAt Yards at Mang Dla. ', .r/

through at ANTHONY BROS. C orerer (Isa rill, 20, A.! V.). PROPRIETOR.t, 10-11.If P.O.addmi WEST PALM BEACH FLAp .
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BBACIf IOBn A., p"mA.Y. MAY 0, 1902.

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J IDINGS OF .;Many Florida people have) been born, It OHotf Oiton 0oOKoKOOltOKOKO OMoMoMoMoiioMoMo ioHofeo -
IL P0 IrJ: : L POT POURI. I under the Brltl.u flag,, and have since! be. >> *0

THE. COUNTY- ___ come citizens of the United States but o N

"' (bat ia no reason for not celebrating the IfK G. G. Strohm Company i

i ; araarraplis" of Interest From Different It la tobe "Tomiuus"; of I.ake Sub rlber") in todaylfS.ueexplain) *; coronation of the King; rather it forms ,
I &
; City, wljl I,agree' with the rulings of the Judge Wall's position! In bolting tlU still another link in the chain which f'l I

W i'i' j$ Sections of Dade, by State Committee by the time the primary Democratic ticket (In 1896. The fact thai binding the Anglo-Saxou race! together Z

( j',* Our,Correspondents. comes 00.-Tallahaiiaee! Capital. lie bolted the regular Democratic ticket wore firmly and rapidly years go: by. 2 FAMILY. GROCERIESFancy Z

I'l' '", Paint groans about t.h, wickedness of and was a candidates: for presldentlal-clec- The committee is endeavoring_ to obtain I It.o 0

, ,.' LITTLE RIVER RIPPLES! the primary system are beard n w,and tor on the "Republ'can, Aid Society" reduced rates for transportation o It o ,

l" '.'StIW a few tomatoes .allh then from different section of Florida, tUket It no special reasoii, why the Democratic and nt the hotels, and they would! be V o Food: Products

' ,,,. going yet Tha wounded machinist die hard.- party of Florida should now greatly assisted all who wished to participate IfIf tfZ ,
tWugi\ bulk of Hi* la o
.. crop over. reusacola'Joura The groapers are to place his name at the bead of the State : would advise them of suchIn. .
.:Jtrt>m some reason hard Grain andf *
to solve
crop .
; :. _3 ,tile; ? 1)0 found nmoutf the: former convention ticket,-Citrus. County.Chronicle. : tention as soon as possible. 8 :
V '8ime of
age[ as crops! last season
r liave fixers, and they are now out of a job.ach..Uvllle .- The plot .atrainit) Senator Mallorjseenm It has also>> been proDOBe4' at the V o .
to close ;
: a
come thirty
.I days sooner 'I
A present II a. fitting time for all Britishers'n o
] Metropolis. to have, fallen to pieces frank JEFFERSON BLOCK '
|Uxpreas Agent Winfield is hard 2I
. at Florida to meet become better .
: It'was,neither our liitentiou! nor desire Adams first choice to pull the'cheotnut, acquainted o .
/,wOrk on his.last t month's report, wbicb with each V 2I '
li Is out for State Senator from Hamilton other possibly
: > our recent criticism of a certfcln Con J o .
,was very heavy. {resslonnl candidate this district to, eo.P. Raney announced. Senator lay ,the" foundations of a' society for *> West Palm Beach, Florida.a '..1 '
Mr.: and Mrs. ,nutual! Intercourse and : o -X-I9OJ I ,
Gao Sears have moved please inch papers as the Jasper News. from Leon county, and Fred Myers: is help. To this

back from West Palm Beach, and bave In other'words we do not court: the approval whooping things for Congress In tb end all who were born under' the British .o.o.o, o.o o o.o.o.o.o o o o.o.o o o o o o.o o ,o, ,;

I purchased the cottage near the depot of corporation candidates, nor new Third district. Till rxhausls<< the flag are asked 'to. send lu their names .... .
buiLby! Mr &(. Cobb last Mr. end those of their friends, to>> the British V -
summer even their sympathizers, aiders or: ahettorj. probable stock ;;. there may be possible ; PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .
Cobb la hauling. lumber and preparing .-Madlaon Recorder. stock in reserve, but if there be it 1s ',olno Committee 315 West Forsyth street, Don't
to build a.bou ... facksonville, Fla., so thai a Forget .
::: onie property' recently consequence of concern. The plot. complete "'UBIbLINUWOUTU, OKO.: O.OUItRIB. ,
) purchased near :Mr. Wiufleld'i. Another important feature of the prl- ters couldn't contJ'olthe game ;.othei register: may be formed an.tan Invita-
marl> a* adopted. is the fact that -ballot'MX lon U1IIIHNO\VOKT1I& CUmUIS
sent to all.
Mra W. Peters'Is up from tutler, '' plans go to earth, and {senator Mullorj That we have, al all times, '
frill be made ,
Spending' aoake time with her pareuts,, stuffing more danger- and his friend Jest laff."-Sauford! The following gentlemen compose the ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, a choice !line of'' '
ua tliose who believe In method .
for that committee:: : E. Sudlow British Vice-
Mr aud McDonald. Chronicle.
Palm Beach ."1a.
of Iectlou.'olldlbe'trll.
sentiment of consul W.
secretary! Moore
It IA rather a. disgrace to; our community the people will be readily obtained. Now The Hon' Ceo. P. Ranry announced !halrman; ''Walter Mucklow I. S.Angus Bell, 13.31 ,, FLOR1DAANDWESTERNSWEATS
that be gap |'n our rock road a candidate for the State Senate from the ,
that the primary is adopted let it be H. Ormsby Cooke Fred W. Howard I. MI3TOALF
between Little, River and S. J. Feters', '
place l: still remains unfilled, that too, two elections J then, if it Is a good thing .Palmer announce for Representative Rodd, H. O.'White, Wot. Lausdell and I ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. .
front the of ? We tro
: county Orange!; "
we colI.ldlr'th most of the rock push it along. If bad, let it be done not, Socrates, we trow not-with a A..B. Haloes. NOTARY PUBLIC.

,is piled up along the road au'd' w could\ Way with.-Tallahassee Capital. large trow."Sanford Chronicle vera _, .-- -.--- Will. practice County,Stale and Federal Live. and Dressed Tur-
get it rolled clown Just for the placing in : --_... __ .::0.......

the road brd< It Is an eyesore to atrait iVVll'lONAL PARAGRAPHS LAND CA8B8 A SPKCIALf keys, Chickens Butter, ",#
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: germ coming to our aectlon. Get togetbei PURELY PERSONAL .('UjeslnTnopic. Suit Block.. Cheese, Eggs. Etc.

I : and let na complete thU little piece. of I PINEAPPLE CULTURE. ,\ iVoat Palm BaseSt Duds County florid. .

vrorki Mr. Ed
\ Rumph left this morning for .
--<+.---+S*--'+*-**<--<*S*,<+*- *.*. IT I). 8AUNDKUS.
- rb Mrs. Plerpoot, of Atlanta Ga., Is on racksonvllle and point* lu Georgia. Prompt Attention to Mill Orders. '
MrJohn B. Beach a prominent resident uing at right angles from this should' b.at a .
Ic: a visit to ber'alftejr; lira. B. D. V. Burr. Capt. Dan Ross left for Stuart ATTORNE4TLAW.orner .
of tbla. town, sends an '!interestingletter interval of twenty to thirty rows ,
_ I Kir. Warren :Mitchell I for Wednesday, to be absent several '
bookkeeper 'days.
to the Jacksonville Tfmes Union and be from two to four rows wide Olive and Datura Streets'; Faber Bro's; Market
II >n' R. Uuclnon, Burr, baa been qnlte Mr. and Mrs. J. D.. C.Mprrls are enjoying .
*nd Citizen on t eabove. timely) subject. When the fruit ia-gathered the pick err 'Mor. WEST PALM DaA'C: FLORIDA .
alck but Is back to bla desk again. a ten visit
res days with friends at
fie Bays: atand in the beds, and as they break Ofl!
Del West Palm
: -e. "rhe culture\ of the! pineapple bas been the fruit toss it to men who stand In ray. J. LEWIS Beach.

L fleeting of School Board. developed much! more carefully and those side alleys, who catch it and cou-: Dr. J. A. McLeay returned Wednes- A.. 1-1.1\10"\ ,

1 .' Miami. .Fla., May 5" 1903. upon\ a much'more scientific( basis on the: vey i It the mala' avetfue, 'where It i* lay morning from attendance at the ATIORNEY-AT-LAW ---.--- -

-.- Regular meeting;, of the School: Board Florida coast tit rullicr ou the' Florida loaded on a cart or tramcar. Circuit Court.PresidentW.. .and NOTARY PUBLIC. AGENCY'CONTINENTAL

7 ell today'in It: of P. Hall. Pres nH ">enlnsutu $thun In any other part of the As soon aa the field Is planted apply s ..M. rown of the Bank Agent tho U.Baltimore S. Fidelity, Md.ft Guaranty Co: ,,ol

_ h. [ B. King, chairman;, Ai W.' 'fearnetrV. {lob It. Of cou.'se. we're er to open-air targe pinch of tobacco dust and cottonaeed of' Biscay, was a. passenger 'onWednesday's *ltle at corner of Clematle Arcane and Narcltfaue

; \ M. Buidine,, ud'Z.. T. :Mer.ltr.superintendent. :. ;Culture: .ait distinguished from green. meal. or castor pomac& (halt suE train for Titusville/; \\ eel PaIn Htreet: Jicaub over. tttrohru'a: ..ur... 142900. :
A L a 'louse'Culture: under glass. Shedding for half in the bud of each sup A. soar Dr. 1!. C.. Hood has been.. called.. ,\....
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&. Minutes of last meeting read am} ar -rent protection ia carried. on to some as the plants begin to root Bonle'ajplJ 'esslonally, to points south of town- or'-al- .

proved. .4 dent, but whether- paya as well as 600 pounds, per' acre and scuffle it i iu noat every day for the past :week. II.BttANNINa1 PLANT COMPANY4.Of.Kittrefl
The Superintendent! reported achoolt pen culture ia. still au open question This ca.n' be repeated, with. advantage, Mrs. R. J. Sulzoer and children have Attorney and Counsellor.at-Lavr, -
*r Nos. I, 5. 6.' JO. tl, '4. 16, (n tuia article we will simply considerthe if the weather ,ia wet every month or
; 3 7, 13 17 (one to Miami to j join Mr. Sulzner who N. C.
best methods adopted In opeu-air six week,' alwaja bearing in mind thait XOOlce over Bank) ,
f 13. ao, 21.2.aa..d.. 28'wbte. and Nos. .i, ts now employed,, iu the Magic City.
::1 : a, 4. 5 and 6, colored doted since last cultivation, leaving out the question of is a waste to apply fertilizer-( youn Mr. If:Hirsfa of .16.r902 WEST PALM BEACH FLA
.' meeting. iheds entirely. There Is nothing particularly plants in dry weather. A too ot morecan Atlanta. Ga., representing tiTICAWIIKItlCY!: PLANTS

t. ; The final of Nos. 6 oew-dsveloptd! during the past be applied'to advantage per acre the 'Brltiah-Atnerjca Assurance S4BI EJ* E.; AND HE W8.x '
reports 14
3. .
5. 13 Co., has been in town this week Vuuafe, Tomatn .,1 Celery Plants,
( .. I In this line but for the benefit Turing the first six to months. on .
a l and 23 white, and Nos. 2, 4 and 5, >ear Jf eight business ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.
_ bave'been received. \ egnneriwe:! arc going over the sane Castor pomace laa-' present the cheapest, PUBLI& CAIINATION PINKSA

I .' No. 8 will close May 23 Nos. It anc1ij ild ground Again, and tobacco Is not much needed at first : -Mrs. DuRand and little.. girl who NOTARY Specialty

1 .will.clone fay 16, and No 34 wil. I* the first place, select land which unless' the slips have red spider or meal} Save been guests at the Hotel Palmr 'rolN'CuUnlf Attorney of Brerard Co. \Ve handle Rone anil Plotrorlnu; Flnnta for

close June 4th has as good giowtb of timber as possible I bug. In this case apply tobacco dust.it left this morning for their summer home FTrPlKRCB AND TlTOSVULB FLA. C. L. rauer, Glen St. Mary tin. .
.. [lit. Nyacle N. .t share of your patronage aollolted.NAIr. .
i the bud frequently and heavily. lee 3-aS-lyr .
7befolIowiog warrants were Issued U and it \\f also verjr desirable.to have .
.. the buds always full and the will Mr. Er R. Funk of of ORDERS PROMPTLY PIW.KDAddreaa f'
pay teuchera"since; last meeting:. yellow --sutraoil as near the 'Surface as spiders Boynton one the
possible. Spruce pine aud hickory soon disappear, .if there Is much rain. prosperous truck growers of that region GEO. M. IIOBIIINS, FRANK Coryli.tf ,
f ,
J pannpllll Obeochain Stb month anlnry P. o. Box t.s4. Went Pnlm Rt.oh pie -
|1..e.1 April 8..,..,................... '40 00 federally the growth on such laud, but For the first twei'vft months nothing l was In town yesterday; looking after Attorney and Countelor-at-Law.
,!., W A II HobbJ.'" 6th montb aalary I. long:.leaved pine ia the timber on some else needed on the young field 4 ui l business,! matters. .

-;? .uud April 8................................... ..48 Of ,>r it. Aa a general thing hammock land, these fertilizers and from 3,000 to S.ooc R. C. Creech, a well known Palm Will practice". I In State and Federal Courts, Manilla "House

Ll': J c' ijt A V April Slarrltt.Jl'th 8..........month........ ..anlary.. ......;.liaucd.... .... 7B O<, unless. largely/: hickory ia not desirable pounds per acre can be used to advantage Beach carpenter, left for.New Smyrna TTUSVILL.: FLA. .
.. pineapple soil and caubage palmetto Apply often and lightly and scuffle fre this morning, where he will be. _5.a.ryrI
p- HIMI. <|U )McDonald salary to date..... .. 411 BMnttltt < or engagedat .
L .t iPjtti; Ml*.. BO 00 too much!, saw palmetto Is not( a good queutly. You can't cultivate too much his trade tor two months D. KATO5T,M. D. HRS. TIFFANY SPROUL, .
Viillla 11110 bit., etb month .alal' ......... 40. OO( ; r prop
I ) indication. N.tltherarc shells or lime The second September use blood ant: Mr, :L. P. Lane returned from New ._J. .
I I .o\rlll'II'roll.' : :3d month Hilary........;.. 40 Ol. HOMGOPATHI8T.WEST .
1 f )Vrna WillMOnJtb, \ mo..al........:.. ....:. 4O. Ob rock, aa a general thing. Ou such Roils boue mixed with one-third its weight oljo : liver this'week, where be has Invested Clean Rooms .

c ;: P 0 I' Juokaon ........................... 40 00 the pineapple is very liable .to suffer p ier cent sulphate potash, half a tot: 'n a tract of land on which he expects: PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. _
I Sarah. Itoblnaon alary to date............ 84,.OCI'iiuuu from diseases And insects. per ucre. Then in November use same. .O conduct farming operations. leNldenca: ppiwlto:: : MetlunllHt' Church., ; OfficeUi'itiatla : .
Worlvy ........... ....................... 40 Ollu ( half and half from'joo to 1,000 pounds AVOIIUH, next to Maaonlu' Tumplv.Rlceboura Good 'j
.. ......... .... ... ........ In clearing' the land the spruce pine R. Cothran resident > 8 to I 9a.m.3 to4 ..nd 1 to IIp.m.
1 Minlth : .. ., ,, 75 OCUrac ai needed and in January half t formerly a of 8uud",. :U.I to 4. 10..... I
liiilnliuit.-.............................. Bp 1.Illlan :Norton$..................................:. CO OfJMi rat every little root of the hardwood or ton to 1,500 pounds of halfsteamedbone ruck of the \\utnou and Children. :
.. fi Molded. ..... ............... ......,......... 40 OUliilu <.w palmetto should be removed if meal (or flout) and half potash. grower OJua prairie country Rates $3 00 Per Week _
: AuicHThie....... ..... ......... .......... DO 01Fulinln >xtssible If the land ia anppllcatloa' Always use 50 per cent sulphate and the s in town this week, greeting his many. HOOD M. D* 1
; r..rkot-.n..-,.................,......,. 40 00 very poor bigb grade blood and !bone.) (rinds. bere H.O. Table Board $4.50 Per Week _
Ilann trandor.....,.......... ...... ....... 40 01 \ broadcast of a tp of steamed 'Mr. H. In Schaeffer left PHYSICHN AND SURQEON i
J \.11.-40. ;.;............. ........_.... ..... 8S 01W wne, and two tons of cut tobacco stems Do not work Or cultivate your fieli forPittsburg V.-ar Corn*'r I 1'. ,Ifl,0.1u 'n B I n\. .
B Colib............ .....................:....... 6OOIMra per acre may be plowed la with advan- again till the fruit has been gathered 1 Tuesday, to be gone for .e.er months. IBce over Strohm's store. WEST. IALI> ,,, ,
O O Ih"l'b.o..M.M......._........ 40JH( before planting. Select the beav and then apply first, castor it Us parents will make-ihelr home in the BEACH.: Residence near Royal Poln- .1'1'L I
II Vonimilar. .... .................................. 45 00 age pomace landsome new cottage I built for'them on WES) .'....",. 0.1<\ _41, t-l ,V,
Efllit Fumytli..............,... ........;.* ....... 40 00 lest slips and plant as early as good July, then proceed as before through thi he Lake front near the Lake View, ad- clans Hotel. PALM BEACH. !>-> ':I.f..tt'
4 Kale CDlyvr..... ......_.......,....>.......i.. OO 00 beavalx "lnch-l1ipa can be obtained!; ; ill. While this la uot aq Iron clad nulL litloo : ;_.. j!
J II .Prm.att..;......j..i..... '........ 4O'OOMr ao matter if some are longer but bave Ijt procedure, it ia as good a rule tc to town. O D. POTTKHe! B!. D., -

H S Hohlia.................. ........... ... 4O OU ilx inches the minimum. Set a. deep follow""' as you 'can formulate, and wil. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus P. Antholy LSs VOSS 1'
A Bwrry.................................. ..,........ 40 01 left this morning.. for Washington HOUSE 't
B MiMilatruo. ..........._..................... ... 40 Of.V is you can-/ without danger of sand wash-' always produce the maximum /esulls. $t-as-aa: WEST PALM BEACH PT.A rime :_
a Btirltnihuw" ..... ................................ 4O. O4V log Into the bud. The butt end should The pineapple is severely damaged bj Georgia where Mrs. 'Anthony will) most rpasonahle lo \rdlna-.";
J \ a Vethuni,..,......,....'.-.;... ..,...._..i. .BO
A Tannun. ."{.....?.....:.. ..M.: .... .... .. 4O 01, luarter to: A half inch thick: with a sharp fertilizers: aa baa been provrr. vlr. Anthony will returu to West Palm I and 'l p. % 1
II Io'.k":.....__........................ 41) 01,' Beach In about a fort a Ight. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Telegram Lodging ; Week. i
and and later
O It Klmrtw. ::'w... .............. ........,.....:. 40 IXB nife peeling 011'a few of the .lower by experience by some exhanative Earnla BtI'Oet.I""t East o' Ticket OIUoii.
,, T Janii.to date .... ..................... 11:1: Ot scale-like leaves. tests carried on at Jensen b) Attorneys H.,?. Branning W. L Met. .nd 11llrb', delivered all hours of the day ,,Ita. E. C. V08S, Pros.

i,, Am Illrhard..... ............ ........_..... :.. 4O 01 About' twenty inches !ls the distance Prof. Rolfs of the Agricultural Depart. :alf; C. C. Chllllngworth fudge II. B.
- .- Ella II Hli-phnn'................................. 40 OO ; for setting the Red Span till ment. With these'fertilizers the max Jaundere," County Treasurer; B. N. Dim. 12-2qo19U FORT PI& CK, F1a..,

J \V Morklri I .*........... ........................... 47 B(, prefetred itnum results will be obtained, and tin ck,.and County Assessor M. E. Gruber '"
_ Jim A II Merklnn.................:. .............. 5a: Of. variety (the one which we are. consider* Oat. )LOUOIU'ION IollrocEoey' SkViDii! Parlor! :
T III1..t..IoI011hh..M., ..... ............ ........... 84100 l log In this article), and the land can be greatest immunity from disease and insects were among the West Palm Beschers luittcndance -DEtlTOS"IIOLtANU .

4' Urn It A Freeman........?. ................. 8H 00 ,.-.arkpd-'- nIT-- -MnMlw-..--- with.. --- a.. ---p--marker. -made---.... lu'.ured. securing? long-lived field. at Circuit Court this week. Banyan. St., -near OliveBEST .. _
Hueetland Obenchaln.... ;................ .. aa oi like large wooden rake, having teeth Bear iu mind that ut any time the Gen'l A. W. GilchrlBt of DOCK PHONE laWL9T ";0oper$ 11101 Stsn,1 ,
_ Maths McNab..........................;. ..,? w 00 red spiders mate their appearance, > l'tinta.Gorda : PALM BBACH.I SERVICE nn1PROMff
J C Allen..................................,_... 85 OC twenty Inches apart. After marking out me of the best known men in political : ATil4u1OM I : I I
_ lobacco dust is the be
4l'.r W E Cobb ?..?........... ...n.........'......... 60 :
_ f4 sf10 Rtephena' .......................:.,.... 40 01 lines,,mark, off similarly at right angles, .freely and at. once,. in the buds of tkc iucceaatul operators in rest estate and j. ___ -

_) II Carpenter: ........,. .,_.....i.........'....... 48. -. Kill r'on>yth ..:.:............:,.,,.......;......... 40 00 field U all marked with np th 'plant at once,'remove from field here through IMDIAM! RIVER.: J'i.OIUIIA.I W. ARTSON _
_ __.'- Kate CUI1.r....;,....,,,..... ...! ................ 60 01 After the and burn and 'replace with or' health! yesterday, on his way to Jackson' ,. ,
L.1ThIlIltlI" ......._....... ....................?? 75 Ol twenty-inch checks, you can lay off : ) ville.. : >
- Lalnhart..............,....... ..,........ 60 0(' your alleys and main- avenues aa you sucker.In (}tnr 1.1\-IETOALF.. rAILORINC-
Lillian Norton ........... .............-iQam ........ 40 01 please skipping a certain number of gathering fruit shipment always Senator B. N. Dlmick snd

Hrlmi. HoldrnVallle ..... ..........................'..... 40 or where want a path. The warn (father white) cpol\ l. if dry (free from ainily will leave their grove and farmt NOTARY. PUBLIC In All Its Branches
__ I.lIhf ngevIne ....... ..:............. ..'.. ...,. 60 00 rows you > Hypoluxo Beach to take up their For tilt Statt of Florida at Largt .
Hllilell*................ ......,.....,..-. 40.00 avenue should run across the center of dew); or if they are hot from the sun, esldence in their beautiful Lake Worth --- .
llpna onrander, .........>....................... 40 Od' the field and be wide enough!; for a leave tbent Ia the packing house ovei Mr.: Deo: 't., Mortgaften Drafted.Conveyancing, Lennei. and Contract
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C P Jaikaon :...... -..... ......:.... ...'. ... 40 00) .wagon nr a tramroad The alleys runAr..YouBrltsii night to cool before boxing. : ; ; Reese and family, a ApechtltT. 'RESSIN6. CLEANING, _
Blanch Burt..h w.................?.......,.... 40 00 I vho have been residing ia Fendletontottage All 011I.Work Uuarantveil, Legally Correct.,
,ArlhurCrofta. .....,......:...................,..., 4il 00 E .t-Sid,, tot several months, ViMt Palm B.In'ach.ruopicil..,.,Ir Countr.HUN BlOt Florida k. DYEIN8 AND REPAIRING
Reapeclfully submitted Born ? up a orovlslonal programme,, which in. *I1I also make their home with Senator

Z. T. Merrltt Supt. Perhaps no Southern State has, in eludes; Diiulck.. : \WALLACE It. MOSES Shop on Olive St. Weal Palm ReachVOTICB.

: proportion to Its population,. .o' many! First-Outdoor sports. The Florida -- .
4 I arrants' ; issued Suocttior to A. W Rob.rt.REAL _
The following were' residents of British birth as Florida; Country Club boa generously placed iu Reports from several portions of the

'I. today for general expenses: This being so, it seemsonty, right that grounds their disposal, and they hop i State go to show that the dry weather Is STATE AND INSURANCE .

; E: .fl Kin*. mileage aDd per diem.. .v.... *tOWit :II coronation of His,Majesty King Edward to arrange for a gyaikhanna,, lawn ten. injuring vegetation. Rain baa fallen iKent for W.1'itlin..ft Palm llBiirhvatcr,'Bpaeti Town Work Xota, a1eWest 1.. _

: .A W Oarwtt. "' .. 181111!204 VIi should be celebrated In- some nis tourn.ment. foot races, swimming jowever!" in a few places, and on.MOD- MTAUV PUBLIC. fo whom It "may concern: '1
** Clematis Avenue, The nnderalKned heraliy .vlTpa, nut Ice
Wm Bnrrtlni' ; near OllveStruet. that fl
..... ...... /10 and ia a city: easily and golf. lay last Lament Fla., experienced a'cry 11-a ..
,.\. Z V ", erltt,.ah.." ro. April JJas appropriate manner, 1-1KOV Went. falm Beach Florida n the BJtrtl dmof May *ha will, l h" petlllon, .4 _ _
\ .. I, tr.nllnlrexp. pOAtnlf8l 11' reached by .U residents of the State. $econd-A: banquet In the evening, : heavy hailstormA -. ipplv to thn lion. Minor. S.. Jocea, JutlgB ot ''t4 ,
,. Palm Beach Wood Taid wood believing 1 I from till o'clocn. -.-- -'. 'p D..flitosvN. Circuit Court of tha 7th Judicial Circuit of
r..rW p ne..h No. 11..... ............ 250 With this !ii view and that 7 9 _, a'.. Florida, at T'.lIIo.' or n-hnro, ever ho mar.
' W n.!% ....... ....t.r. VI' PB..h No.n: J pt; facksonvllle la the most, suitable place Third-A' ball with an alternative monster'saw fish measuring fifteen ,ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, .tx fonnil, for a Hrenae to manaira,take charge -
}:....l... Worle,. .lo..lpe.. .....,........... 1 1))(' the British.tesldenti of that city intend sail o. the river, from 9 p. tn to II p. nt. tud a halt feet in length, with a saw Plena and apeclflcatlona prepared II,and control her property ,and' to become

'I .. -K II )o.ter. tusrf.** for No.11..... ..... /10 .::elebra lnle't1\\. coronation on June ajthaest Xt U proposed to make 'the sports bree feet six: Inches: long, was captured Jobbing work tUen% prompt attention at a free dealer In scary reslirut.CEIARLOTTgT..
',;:; (IV Idner. orayona It ............ desire 'that there free to Britishers.. Any,wh/te Tn the bay --Shop: oa Datura 8t....... 8I\ROUL.
and earnestly person at.PJD.aCOla.: last Prd&y.S. 4.1. .
Co., orayona.............. so : ; _
J Jean B MdOlnley P.b. Co.. pub.l flnanclalmrnta state- ,hould Join with them as many as poasible born under the British flag, Ulpso facto I' I- ___- GEO.UGR: .2UTLRU. -

Oet.No. and Deep ............... 6 00 of those in Florida who- were born entitled jo an invitation. ; mou.Uo.-ieblc Shoea-AIfTBOXV' S. H. '
.iI.Vi.Ptat. ftank.liit. war's..... ,18 1-1 under.the British flay. The banquet wilt be served for British I. 'CIVIL ENGINEER RICHMOND Agent _

c J.. pll."n. aa day 'JAnitor. Aprlt 11. 00fj undersigned have ers and their invited official guests. The -s5 4 AND ,
n To' this end the r. Perrine 'Grant LziiilItKAl rnmp:1'1V'
, Jan q Allitn. committee to make the ball and tail on the river will be to YOUNG'S
idjonmed to meet at West been appointed a open HATS- none better made DADE COUNTY. .j _
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The .Doud arranxeweots..aadhave drauti;,,,It.I.uts.4'1 at $3.00. ANTHONY BROS I t.oe4l'Ag-.ntfathe Land Department othe
( J'.$Joi. Beach OD bXa7 7tb. necessary y.4c, a.. 'oMANo-rr.A. .__ N'3m CUTLEK. k'J..e.kUUA. :

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AMALGAMATION r In connection with the MangottiiM.IIUU out tttn decided that better advantuge.teachers wore It stood HUeiilioii/to reason find B&KW 4&& sc&&i&t itsME&iSKir ,

the ), Supt. attendance Merrill pointed for the las j'more" up-to.date Improvements could: be p & tta+ ICstO, + l F

OF SCHOOLS month average Wall not tulLe seven, and for tin made available\ In a larger nchot Qlt and if real Cha tls A Useful Present -*$,
At the Fain such a school should be established\ bere, 1 n
It only
was ;
year all'e
the Side, be' the felt thAt the Institution.would be of I PAID on
of the Board of Bench school on .... !
:. ; Interesting Session from- .forty the greatest value), not only to the town Cash. Ltrrcutreer, .+...M .hcn.n.h. ; V 'y
s '" ,, Public Instruction.? Matter. eight enrollment to twenty-one h1.4ropped, soil: the larnes: of West Fajfin Beach, but to the' entire !fj amounting H5!: ,New .' C'Ie'i &. 'Purchases! ,itm 'o

.; of Great Importance. attendance for the past/ six week, bad, ;communityand. county.. A good, school /and over,' except I Ito FURCHGOTT'SJACKSONVILLE.Department amttunftagta81d.U0 1/
r been only fifteen. I bad a. good (nduence in the locality, ant lng, on. Store $to.oo. $23.00: (), ulijf1
j "t tf tt of ,It was.. a matter of. very great Importance $I 6QOO. .11S.0an.l/ .; ]
:t .il A special meeting pI f the Board ella The chairman stated that the Idea Carpets. and ,
was held the three place Ito s>ll. Every family should jr>ia la\ ] LA. fl00.0Q", n
a :. :Education of Dade County the Board was to give Domestic .
"tx I I bin the Board-o(Education\ lu t
backing up
in the Public Library Hall Jo this town the advantage: of the brat [
f the matter of the betterment of( the : I ?
t Wednesday morning There were'prei. facilities, and In thin connection, Mr 4) patroner
; 4 B. Kino, of Jupiter;; added that It was certain I'school i-petem. He thought; that after STATE to" .friends"and;
A i rf ent: Cbalrmao E. ; Uerrltt also ,' the is WISH; ;TO our many !?
due deliberation bad! b eu giveu !
I' Z. T. Merrill, Bueia Vista, Superim+ that the West, Palm Broth school of ; ,
a '. and Messrs. A. no less ha.n : matter,'tha\, parent,, teachers and all take v4 ''mail orders., We' ; Z J'
: tendeotof Instruction; neat season would require, (interested would accord hearty/ we ,are now prepared, to care: :your: k :- ;
W.. Garnett, of Hypoluxo, and W. M. six teachers, and.tbat'.by' combination, '!others' \ I : : ,

Burdine,of Miami. the a !graded school would be organized, It I od-operatfon Beach. school: one making of (the best the Weal}Florida.l\altn! are "better'' equipped''' than"" over, devoting. ; :part ',of',our second, BrS :
could be Klvek
+ lu opening up the proceedings which better'attention .
I The Board adjourned, atJlu::30, and 1"
had '
1, + chairman Mated that the meeting the pupils. i floor to .
,1 been called,for the purpose of diacuashg ,Mr.Merchant, of the East Side,'wai. .hlt'lng.tho! afternoon, visited\! the school f "
tr amalgamation of the ,: 'of concrntraflorr, as In ::01fie/ East Side, aud also the- town
the proposed In favor
quite :school Definite action In the matter, of, fI..
schools. with schools there war I MHIL.0RD.ERSV
:East Side and Mangonla believed that In large UR :
will be deferred,
the Weat Palm Beach school. The a healthy spirit of competition, which ,school consqlidation' I
kr .
; best
'st to
Board did not propose to take Immediate resulted In great good to the children !pending'investigation as. :; ,

rt r yi action, but had assembled mainly The only possible objection' that b< :.means and of palm transportation Beach aud between West.Mango..oia Palm, I We. in. .occupplng'a tour-story1- : '
new quarters
t'it' with the object in view of obtaining an could see, was that of the matter ol f are now our '

1 to expression of the of scheme opinion, from as to those the directly destrability transportation.Mr..Buidine! .reminded his\hearers that \.Beach. ... -- r jjpj brlck.building!:", and "qUpped.vijh. ; the" very latest L ,

interested. the ambition the child: has in school la I Congregational' Church In Florida. Bg& i '.

t The first gentleman to address the to rice iii I its class and; from one form to Revi S..D. Paine pastor cof the,Conxregatlonnl -
i Board, was Senator B.' N. Dimick, whoP i another. A graded school; such as thai Church, ha* returned from il Imported; and D6tt1 sticOoods'We

19 na interested party from the Bust, proposed,. established in West Fatal ;attendance at the I9th Annual Association ""
Side school section. He' had no objection I.Beach, would be a great stimulus tc of the Congregational Church of 5>$3 '

to the experiment being tried, but I those attending1 Another feature which 'Florida,held at Lake Helen;:Via.,,com ask YOU' for : ,

I did object to the proposition of selling. I could not be provided country schools,,, 'mencing April 29lh and ending May 3d, _ro A ,Trial ',Order, .
the school propetty. He advised retaining was that of equipment, especially in the i There are eighty-two Congregational '
the school lot and lu the event 01( primary departments. In the central :churches in Florida, some of them quite R Ment16u -,
i, the experiment, carried out, not proving school, an efficient and up to-date primary small In membership, with over sixty fl1 in'.Sendh g Your ;Orders" .Kindly' TJlis Paper .- .

j' t success, this property would then department, would be one of the ministers, aud a membership of about I : ,

ri be available for rebuilding the school principal features.: ,In addition 16 this,,, three thousand. r {'trite, For One o, All Mt ll.'o. e'r.s'&r' "

r at Palm Beach. ihere was the advantage, of another i Most of these churches were repre iti : FURC'HGOT' 's
Mr. n. W. Brelsford raised the question rnon h'. schooling;, the city schools being seated by ministerial or lay delegates. FI.LLED .adsI1wPIw

i of transportation for children across kept open longer than the country 'Some of the churches\ reported au Increase I .l, Illustrated, ,
i Lake Worth, and wanted to know who ochools. while some showed a decrease L.t Spring and Sltm. o re-

would be responsible In case of accident. I The most thorough and ,Instructive I The Congregational churches: .In Dide l whfcb:[ l1tbeomnlt DEPARTMENT STORE cell't oford t. f '. '
t lIe could see no objection to consolida. address of the session wan that:of Rev., ;county: ", at West Palm Beach Cud Cocoa. w

1 tion, provided the matter of transportation EC. Gale, of M ngonla. lie, thoroughly nut Grove, made encouraging, reports. ed free..on appUc. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'Write for mples. "

could be overcome. commended the move proposed by be \The church at West palcu.Beach! lias I!P tinny; .
Two gentlemen from Mangonia were. Board of Education, as an exceptional) added over thirty to its membership '
present, namely, Messrs. Dick and Hanong good one.! Thirty years' ago he bad during the pastorate of Rev..S.P. Paine' ; _.11J &mI.
and they suggested that the Board alien part In a similar movement and it has kept up a good live Christian Endeavor 11
f bad< already decided< to carry out the was like going over the old ground tc Society, a vigorous Junior Endeavor ,

proposed change, Supt. Merrill pointed i he 'present on this occasion. Central Society under. the leadership of :
out that reports had appeared in the .,nation of schools was a recognized ne Miss Grace Lalnhart, and a large. 'Sunday t "" '; 'THE TRHYELERS

i papers to that effect, but such report easlty, and here It would come sooner \ School, of which -Mrs. J. Slower. *
were in error, Ra the matter had not KOGERS' f' .
i :jr later.,: Concentration was recognized Is the Superintendent.
been decided< on and was still open for is a good thing, and It was something i The Ladles' Aid Society haye assisted '-, 1 E.W MANAGEMENT,-
i discussion. The gentlemen from Man bat was badly ,needed in the present ,the church In'many ways and have a ;i$ SilverWare
} I gonla .strenuously objected to the proposed thai instance. The report: of the inspector, good sum In ;Jbe bank for necessary MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r: Jacksonville Fla.! t
concentration on the ground (was the best argument In I Us favor. .He ,church and parsonage Improvements.The ''f' Tea Spoons ,
would be inconvenient for the
it very out the country school amounts Congregational church Cocoanut f
people In the outlying sections to send pointed Grove, of which Rev. A. V. Meirick III( Electric: Lights, Electric Bells, Bathe: Complete;: Service. '
to very little in comparison with the 75 Cent and up
their children< to town; also on the score pastor, reported great prosperity It : E ;J
school. The old argument. as to Hotel ''
of country children becoming contain :ity was a profitable and InspirJng session The.Best $2.00 per.. day in -Florida.Take :
he country versus town pupils mighte ... _' .- ,
mated< by association with town children. !> safely set aside as carrying very little "' Table Spoons "u at the Union I'"potand uk the ConJuctor to.ltop at the!Traveler 'tl-1 :

They be considered detrimental that amalgamationwould to ManRonla, velght. In bringing the outside children : BURR-At Little Born.River, Dade County. Per, :Set, $1 :50 .' .........-- .,...,
very into'town they would come la con. Fla. 1st.,, to and up.a' ''
and stated that they voiced the opinionof on Thursday May looa rio'U: i a. '
a majority of those interested in the act with a wider scope of the educational Mr. and Mrs. R. Hudson\ Burr. a daug ., .9"
F school at that place. system, and in this there was a (ter. is Per Sef. hio STEM&BOAT& '
Knives 8"ti.
We them to and If we hwvaoneenhnadto.uiEwaaabund f

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