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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1906
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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I i = [n,../.M IHOim*.. rf":r:",MlWS.IltaHttlH* TIOflCAL SUM*Hak.1t.1if1.fmb.H, llttan:J '. XX, NO. 56 WEST PALM BEACH 1 FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17, 1908. PRICE 5 CE&TS& WHOLE NO. 1218 f

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I Millage WasApportioned estimate it must be borne in mind that .
Guessing At
City the bulky grapefruit is allowed for. It Rhoden AcquittedOf

takes a great many more oranges to filla e
Orange Crop box than it does grapefruit. And yet

Last Night the reader who wishes,for a small crop Charge Of Murder,

The New York Packer has made avery must not let this blind him to the fact

I careful Investigation into the citrus' that the orange yield is not larger, because .

Council Awarded, Contract For Street Cleaning And fruit conditions in Florida and in its last it is. Case Came To An End In The Circuit Court At Miami I

issue gives a detailed ,statement an to I The crop this year is the finest Florida
Sprinkling To C. C. Purdom.City's Last "
Night.--Prlsoper
the prospects for good crops of oranges has ever had, and bright will predominate.
and I The consumer will get a finer
Finances.The grapefruit. Released.The
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It the situation follows orange from Florida, after those shipped
nmmarixea: as :, ____ .
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Barring freezes, heavy and, continuous: green have been sent to the dump- U
second regular meeting of the city offered to furnish an extra horse for rains or quick working parasites, whichin I heaven help the shippers-than they circuit court reassembled Monday probably come to an end late this afternoon r a'' ,

council for October was held last night, street sprinkling when required, at the other :ears contrived to cut down the have ever eaten. morning with an entirely new venire of or tomorrow morning, all the testimony -

when President Chilliogworth, Aldermen rate of twenty cents per hour. citrus fruit crop, the state of Florida 1. In many sections growers and buyers jurymen.The having been heard yesterday r

Creech Geer, Wellington and Sir. It was shown in connection with ,this will harvest in the neighborhood of are deadlocked. Prices so far have first taken was that of the afternoon and this morning, arguments)

kin were present. report that this would be a saving on '4,000,000 to 4,500,000 boxes of oranges, ruled 10 to 15 per cent below those of case up beginning after the noon recess this ,'

After the reading and adoption of the street and scavenger work over last year grapefruit, tangerines and other varie- of last year, but many growers; will not State against ,I. W. Rhoden, charged afternoon. 7 ,S

minutes, the following indications of $ao per month, and In the sprinkling ties of less importance this season. I accept these prices. Growers generally, with murder. The taking of testimony was commenced -

were disposed of: of streets 40 cents per hour. On motion This year's orange and 'grapefruit at points near the loading stations, are This is the case which occurred at Del- yesterday afternoon, the follow '

,Permit granted to Geo. Zapf for the ol Sirkin and Geer the street committee crops of Florida are harder to estimate I! holding out for $i on the trees, or $1.50f. ray recently, in which the defendant, a fog witnesses being examined for the 'I

erection of a kitchen, 22 z 26 in, the rear was instructed to close contract for above than at any time The Packer has been I o. b, station. Buyers are bidding 75, white man, in an altercation with two State: Elmer Hodges, Luther Milton.

of the Seminole Hotel building.1 work with lowest bidder, which is Mr. In the estimating business. 85 and 90 ceuts on the trees, and some brothers, is said to have struck one, Orlo Bailey. L. G. Lyman, T. P. Black.

Petition granted to the Cnrrie Investment Purd
Company for the construction' of a The street committee was also author year by sayiag '"the crop is lighter in these figures. Grapefruit growers want dIe, causing: fits death. testifying for the defense being H. T. cl

veranda and other Improvement to the ised to have city engineer establish the south than In the north," or vice $:a 25 to $::1.50, but buyers think, about On the examining trial Rboden was Luttrell and Tom Shepard. i, ?i

Hone property, northeast corner of street lines and other work in connection versa, because the increase is shown in $1.75 la enough. held for manslaughter onlybnt the grand I- A recess was then taken until this

Railroad avenue and Datnra street. with proper drainage spots, but the falling off u hardly 5"per : It will be seen by' the numerous reports jury brought in a true bill for murder in morning, when the defense resumed by j

Permit granted to Philip Akery for addition Alderman Creech of the rules and or. cent of the increase. i appended that there will be more the first degree. traducing/( the testimony of A.P. Hod ge,

to house on lot 7,. east half of dlnance committee submitted' an ordinance Last year every known prognosticate, late shipping this season than ever be It was nearly II o'clock before the Phil Baker, I. H. Burton, J. S. Sundy

block 40 in regard to the storage of dynamite Including the Packer, missed it. This fore. Of course the croo is somewhat Jury| to hear the evidence was finally and I. R. Rhoden, the latter being the i;

J. M. Downs filed application for permit and gun cotton. Another ordinance paper guessed at X 503,000 boxes, with backward, but the principal thing of selected. Very few of the original venire accused on trial. Several witnesses f .

\\o sell liquors, wine and beer In covering the same matter was,presented the provision that If a rainy season was note Is that growers are learning the were rejected for any cause, those who were called la rebuttal by the defense

Bernheim building, southwest corner of by Alderman Geer the latter providing; I bad, the crop would go to 3,350,000 box folly of lending green fruit to market.It were rejected being men who had con when the question of admitting an aQI'I

Banyan and Olive street, and council for retailing dynamite In small lots, etc. es. This was to allow for the swollen is a lesson well learned by some, andIt scientious scruples against the inflictionof davit of the good reputation of the accused 4.

voted to approve application when \'ro-1' After some discussion both ordinances fruit, when the number of boxes is increased should be a lasting one. the death penalty. was raised.

per bond was filed with board. were laid over, and the mayor was requested but not the number of oranges. The following was the jury finally The jury was retired while the point k '
to secure from the council of selected: was argued by attorneys Jones $
:MILLAGB APPORTIONED\: Then, too, The Packer' estimate was Real Estate Judge t 1
Chairman SlrUln, of the finance committee Miami a copy of their ordinance relating made too early. Late in August the M. E:. Gruber, F. O. Erfert, W. J. ruling that the first part of the affidavit .S

reported that ho had examined to,the storage of dynamite. seeking for information was begun and Is Daughtrey, E. A. Farrell, E. C. Miller, down to and Including the seventh line },

the assessment 'roll I of 1906, and recommended Alderman Geer of the tax and license by October t conditions had changed MovingThe Ha R. Bruce, J, J. Holly Gaston Drake, be admitted as evidence before the jury. ,s
the following apportionment of committee reported that his. committee wonderfully. This year the atart was F. H. Rogers, B. D. Epps: and J. S. Gar- The jury was recalled and the testimonyof '' f I

the fifteen mills levied for the year: had carefully examined l the new assessment made thirty days later, so as to be ableto Currie Investment Company, rett.After W. H. Morris, Elmer Hodges and I. j
the was selected tbe court R. Rhoden taken iu-rebuttal.With .
Jury
The roll shows real estate valuations roll prepared by the assessor, and make a more satisfactory summary of which recently came Into possession'ofthe
adjourned until 2 p. m., when tbe takingof the conclusion of the! testimony '
the, found correct. The roll
same was and
t to be $341.850, and personal $108,170, prices, movement growth. west half of lot 5, block 17, formerly commenced. of Rhoden
total of $453.030. The fifteen was then properly certified to the assessor This season The Parker put out about testimony was the defense.announced that p
making a
known as tbe McCrillis property, had On Saturday afternoon, before the it would close. This was at : o'clock
mills levy ,,will therefore bring an income who will in due form turn it over to 3,000 inquiries among growers and shippers 11:30
to the city amounting to $6,78030. The the collector iu the state. From some points the the deeds of transfer recorded t1.ls.week: court adjourned, Stephen McNeal enter and a recess was ordered until 1:30
in olEce of the circuit ed a plea of guilty to a charge of aggra o'clock, when arguments were begun
estimated income from other sources, Alderman Wellington read a letter replies do not agree, but taken as a the of clerk courtat
from the Standard Oil Co. who wanted vated assault, and as be had been Incarcerated Hon. George A. Worley opening for the ',T
Inch as police court costs, etc.. Is $3. whole,,the result is highly satisfactory, Miami. Mr. Currie some time ago
permission from the city to establish a whose interest it wouldbe in the county jail for six months defense, F. H. Rand, Jr., an! M. D. ti
34413, making a total of revenue for I many growers purchased the east half of this lot, so that
him. Price assisted the
the fiscal of $10,224.43'The : filling/: tank for gasoline on some of the to underestimate the crop tell the the court discharged State attorney in the
year : the company now holds the entire lot. J, J. James. on an appeal from the prosecution and will address the jury.
estimated expenditures for the docks along Lake Worth, the tank to fiat truth with no endeavor whatever to
have a capacity of 500 to 1,000 gallons.It warp the facts. On the other hand The property is situated at the southeast county judge war tried on a charge of RHODEN ACQUITTED.:

year 11111 be, In round figures, $9,000. : was explained that this would be a operators who are there to buy''' do not corner of Clematis avenue and Rail- aggravated assault before a jury. The 9 o'clock last night the jury retired tAt ;

On October fat, the beginning of the great convenience to owners of boats, hesitate to say when the crop Is light. road Way and is> considered a valuable i verdict obtained before the county court and, after being out for over an hour, returned !;
fecal year, the outstanding Indebtednessof business location. It is the intention of was reversed and the accused was dis A
the railroad I
and was suggested that remarkably large gain is made in a verdict of not guilty andjudge'
amounted to $3,74373Till* *
city dock would be a good place for the tank. the growth of grapefruit; in almost tbe new owners to either improve, the charged. Jones discharged the prisoner.

In addition to the bonded'lndebtednel8, The petition was referred to the rules and every section this is true, and when considering \ property at once or sell it as a business EVIDENCE: ALL IN. Mr. Rhoden thanked the judge and t r
and being the amount due the Dade
County State 'Bank.' ordinance committee. ,: the 4,000,000 to 4,500,000 box \ site. Yesterday's Metropolis gives the fol. tbe Jurymen, shaking hands with each t l

I Alderman Creech, of the fire, water owing report of the Rboden trial: of them, and, in company with his attor-
The apportionment of the mlllage,
and light committee, wanted to know The I. R. Rhoden murder trial will ney, left tbe court room. r
according Chairman 'Slrkln'a recommendation _
what was being done in regard to the -
is as follows:> PINEAPPLES ARE .
Streets and parks, :9 mills, which will installation of the several new lights re- Outlook For grapefruit being brought in and placed %I '

be equal to $904.04. cently proposed. He advocated the .- on sale, but it is un 6t to eat. The grow i,
of several lights on Olive street, Ii
Fire and fund mills placing er who brings green fruit to the marketis
Water Llrfht 7 ,
In DadeA
between the Catholic church and the Crops i
making a mistake.
equal to $3,164.14. SOARING IN PRICE great About December )
bridge/ approach, the traffic being very
Boud and Sinking fund, 6 mills, $:I,. ( the fruit in this lower section t a
winter ,
the
heavy along this street during r will be colored
well '
but
7H: 12.The. Dade of the ; will not be ,n ,t
correspondent
season. county mature and in good eating condition. i
of the finance committee
waa accepted report and adopted: After some discussion the council would decided be- Fail! Crop I Is Bringing As High As 5.50, Per Crate. Jacksonville as follows\ Times-Union: writes that Fruit in this section should not be gather j ,
that' seven new lights; paper ered before January 1st and if left on the. j
STREET'COMMITTEE.. needed, and the ,fire, water and light 'Fort Pierce News'Gives 'Encouraging "Dadecounty never had a more seasonable trees later is much better." bI
,
Chairman Wellington: of the street committee was instructed to confer with year for growing crops than Is

committee reported ,verbally that the the light company with a view of place Report.: prevailing now. Farmers have been taking I .

building of sidewalks was progressing ing at once candlepower: lights, of the ., { advantage of the continued fine Death of Otha Thomas ,

and all of the walks ordered by the city system known as "series," at the follow 'weather and have been putting out peppers .

would soon be completed. ing places Four on Olive street, between The price of pineapples is soaring. there would be no money in raising pine tomatoes and eggplant. Those who Otha Thomas, a well known young

Chairman Wellington further reported Datura and approach to bridge; Reports from all over the Pineapple apples. Instead of this the contrary'is planted early on the pine lands have a man in this city, died Sunday morning

that he bad advertised for sealed bids one at intersection ,of Clematis avenue proving true.. As the people of the United most excellent stand of plants and they at his cottage west of Riviera. after a E
week to the effect that returns
Belt this are
for street and scavenger work and submitted and Polnsetta street; one at foot of Ever- State become more familiar with the are in fine condition, some of the early lingering illness of tuberculosis. The j

to the board a 'list of the bidders.C. nia strfetopposite The Holland;one at ; show sales In New York and other finesi,nit grown, they are going to plantings/: are beginning to show bloombu' remains were brought to the city Monday >

C. Purdom was the lowest bidderfor the intersection of Rosemary and Fern eastern cities at from $4,oo to 5.50 a want it in-greater-quantities. tt and will soon begin to fruit. The morning// and the funeral took place >

the !work, his offer being to furnish a streets crate says the Ft. Pierce New ,It must be remembered that there are acreage devoted to the early crop 'will from the undertaking parlors of Jtufl- '

nan, horse and wagon; eight hours every Council then adjourned to meet ,next This Is the highest prices received for now over eighty million people' in this be much larger than last year. At Fort stettler & Co. at o'clock. Re,. S. S.

day, doing the scavenger work at night, i Friday night for the purpose of paying several. years and augur. welt for the <;country and if one-fourth of them each Lauderdale there will be the largestacreage Gibson; pastor of the Baptist church,
for! $ 'amount be bills in connection with sewerage con- Is to be) and with /: ever planted in early ClOpS. '
105 per month, ibis fall crop, which' going quite ale one pineapple a year : thirty conducting tbe service. The interment '
Deduced connection struction and such other matters as may all tbe line in that would make a demandfor" Usually the farmers In that section have
as withsewers reduced heavy. The growers' along' a crate, took place in Woodlawn cemetery.The ? I
I .. the Amount of work. lIe, tot tber come before the board. are elated and if these prices keep:'up seven million crates., So far only planted late, their-shipments going for. deceased was twent-five years of {

-- through the month the receipts for about half a million :crates are shipped ward;,in tbe early 'spring. Throughout I age, and leaves a father and twb brothers
history : thts will exceed'that of out of Florida:and a conservative' estimate tbe homestead,country the farmers have besides a large number '
Fortieth Wedding' g'Ann: ve I of Stuart, and ,will tie long remembered pineapples year considerable of friends to ,
.. with pleasure and wishes tliat any previous season by 25 per cent. would place the entire production planted a acreage on the mourn his departure M
live more years in health Those who have thought particularly! of pineapples in tbe' country at not to pine lands. Their shipments will come -
It Is not to be supposed that Mr, and they may many gold and dlam. about the matter are of the belief that it exceed two or three million cratek. in' early..
Idea Robt. McPherson had forgotten 'and happiness passing those, presentwere Is the Increasing'demand all over the From these deductions, it is apparent "The prospects for a large acreage to E. E. Ropes, of Volulla'collnty., who v
anniversaries Among
that : ond by the education of the that there ia of for the be planted on the glade lands later in lost a large chunk of his fortune as the ,
on Wednesday, Oct lo; they had :Mr. and :,1rs.l.: Domini Mr. and country, caused plenty room pineapple result'of a damage suit
direction of this Inciona business to iro..... With perhaps the season was never better. The water won 'by fudge
In the I
been Mr. and people
Platt '
and Mrs.
married if Mr. Devil :Mr. ,
forty years even Mrs. Isaac A. Stewart some' time ia
is bringing' the prices only'' one-tenth' of 'tbe people ,o( the Is slowly running off and some of the ago a
UcPherson 'Was; Mr.nd Mrs. W. Kit- ,fruit that np. t !
.
busy at his packlng- Mrs. W. J. Dyer, candidate'the State senate + '
against ,
lands being plowedand
1 Is no doubt of the fact'th.t United States eating pineapple'and the higher: are already / ,
house Hancock Mr There
and MrS. J. C. ,
and Mn. McPherson upstairs not thing. Mr. fitted for planting. Orange'and Frank W. Sataa, tbe Democratic nomi
expecting: a call from marubers of their and ur O-'W. :Parka? Mr. and Mrs. thousands of people are learning what taste for them constantly ,spreading; grapefruit treea making most satisfactory nee. Mr. Ropes la a Republican,but he '
ia each there is why this fruit cannot are
merit of the pineapple no reason "
,the real
family Richards
and Mrs.H.
and their friends who came Cha. Woodward Mr, favors Governor Broward's
many the bulk of the trees drainage
'' necessarily, the\ demand<<; will be raised in 'qnanttties'tbat will double growth
and.
t' s. pon them In surprising. manner'with- ,.Mr. and Mrs A. :R. Kruger Mr. year every five and still not keep being covered with a new fresh growth. scheme and will stand by the governor I; t
? Presents of ruby emblematic' of the a.dMra.: L. D. Tucker Mrs. C. B.Han.; steadily increase. years up
-Daytona Gazette-News.
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The older/groves are holding, a ,large
with, the demand for tbeudr'Do4'C best.
'wtth'the.in. a
I. Kltcb- thought that
cant Mrs.'S. Some have
and Hitching
I expreedngpfriendsh'ip;! and 'Y. MiasSusan tate to plant out more on recount of the crop of fruit and at the present time very The'citizen.. of Live Oak are greatly 1
that helped : B.
t lag, production.1It be'years before little of it )beginning, to show, color. gratified; by the assurance of a union station j
occasion t: larp'rlae..'. It -waa T." Taylor :Stanley Xltc l.a.-StnartCof. supply.would be greater tbaa the demand ", p
complete '' I' conldltionr exists.: There Is occasionally: ,a few oranges and for tbe towav to cost$13,000,
; one of the'most enjoyable events In,,'the port'PIerce'TrI: lIae," sod, ;.prices would'become _*> low,that I I that : $
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THE TROPICAL SUN.Plon..r hind have been steiuliK iUt'l't'aHing Obituary, I Tnu resident of West Palm Beach .A.,... -, -,, -, '''JII III

ref i q l {lu value, industrial development i IB I can now er joy a luxury which very few
i Paper of Dade County FloridaPublished .
apparent everywhere, there is a tide Mr Otha Newton Thomas died Sun- Florida towns have, and that lajce
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Every Wednesday and Saturday of immigration setting!!: in and altogether day morning at 10 o'clock of consumption cream made from pure cream. .

.T,WHIT. PALM atAON DAD "", UNTV.ALOaIDA8UBSClttPT1ON the farmers of Dixie have lIe was born twenty-five yearn Did you ever skim tbe cream from
-_-. -- ago In Levy county, Florida. He has 6
-- begun to see a light that was so al"lIllthe const pure rich milk and then add to the creama
PRICE;:, 2.00 PElt YEARTropical spent many years near "
-- -._.. long obscured by the calamities resulting West Palm Beach, engaged in the fishing little sugar/ and a little juice from Vanillabea -

from internecine war. business with his brother, L. B. s and then freeze rapidly till

Sun Publishing Comp'y, ------..--.------- .Thomas. lIe h'as been sick for fifteen the mixture is smooth'and velvety?

CHAS B. KENDALL. Manager. months. living part or tbe time with his .
It fine It ? And It: did
The :'Atlanti I coast Is said to be was was not
brother on fern street. The last two
sinking at the rate of one foot per not taste like condensed milk and ,egg,
months be spent out in the pea{ hoping
Entered at the Pontofflce of Went rain Bench" The Great White LineTo
am Mcond-clftim mUet.it century, and tHe Times-Unton has to receive benefit, but ot no avail. lIe and cornstarch custards which you get

figured it out that at this rate if the received every attention and kindness some limes. Well if it did not cost so '-

it NO LIMIT TO SALARIES.I people do, not. get busy filling in, that loving brother could render. cost [sol| much to keep good cows,, we 'owri' a BU CK'S, Stove-or a is to.np-
The remains wire laid to rest In
There ia no limit to the salary the whole country east of the Rocky could all enjoy pure cream At' (home merit ':' this
Woodlawn cemetery on. Monday mornIng preciate the many!:/. 'pf *-jJreat; liT"""
mountains will bo submerged in every day, but all of us cannot i i Ii! d U;
is
of willingto
} the captain industry Rev. S. S. Gibson conducting the
with enamel '
The
i oven, white ;; linfwg( \ to doc -,
6'iO' however lhere is business firm lawn
? pay when he sees the man he years. funeral services at the grave. a

5 wants, says II. J. Hapgood, in o re which has the rich pure ere,m. sent aqd' racks is the'm.ost sanitary feature iq l ti Ii, .

cent article. One of the largest DELRAY NEWS: Santa Claus Coming} :. down ou ice.regularly from I'AC "Bill- world. It a9 easy!:! to wash offapd"keep, clean

industrial combinations sent repre Advices from Santa Claus. state that more" farm In North Carolina ai.U, : it t Is as' a china dishHatchettDaCamara ,

"sentatives, 3,000 miles across the he Is on his way to West Palm' Deach, for sale every day at the store olBROADWELL&
and will reach here about D'!c, 1st. MOO !',
sea to offer a salary of'$25,000 a W. R. Bennett, who went "K ''or huntIng his Hardware Co
Following custom or (several years, Druggists, Jefferson Block We t Palm ,
who had the qualifications In the EverglAdes last week, was '
l year to a man be will make his headquarters at DOS.Tl.R'S Beach, Florida. _
necessary to establish and compelled to return after a three day's In Masonic Building., In the Ll9/u/8ale .JRetaile ofHARDWARE .

take charge of its most important atay One of his hands came so swollen meantime Poster is showing a. full line Notice.: e
that be could not have tbe use of l It.{ of household necessities ,
and :
establishments. This flattering furnishings Notice l In hereby Riven that by virtue fit I n X .wv X 5C '' w w
+ I It was presumably poisoned by tbe skinning notions at popular prices. Remember Dual drerce ''u the Circuit Com I ot Dade West Palm Beach, .'" .'" Florida
fer was refused, although the com- of the gators. ,11 e brought ninety- .
the POSTER'S. County Florid lu Cause herein EuniceA.
a n
pany was willing to go even higher, : three alligators to the lauding. Under place .. CtillHiiK"wortl!, et nl. are complainants ...--- ........--- ,,_....-,..- ......-.". ----.-

treatment his band has again got to The first solid carload of grapefruit t to audreter W. King, t't al, are iHHpoiHlonts. I -- -
and the place is still unfilled. One normal condition and be will\ soon return leave this county this season was shipped Blmll ottur for sale before tbe trout door ol 0000000000 0-01<>-<><>0-0-0o-0-0-o-o-o. .

might I go on indefinitely with instances to the glades This time lie iloea this week from the groves of Judge, .1. A. the Court 11(>UH... ol Pans County at Miami, '
Florida bfttwoou the hours of ,
1 11 o'clonk a, JIUHKHAHDT'S WeaIFsliuBeaeloclFAILED. ; .,,,
t, like this. not expect to return until about Decem- Stewart and Mr. J. W. Perkins. Two m, and :U. o'clock, p. in., on thy Bth day of

bo well qualified a judge as I< l- ber 10. carloads have .been forwarded, and we Novouibor. A* ). 19Ot), the (following ill"acrlbml -
understand that a third one will be ship land lunntod In Dade County. Florida: Beginning .
bert II. Cray, chairman of the boardof Services were held Sunday in the German '
at A the Suction huetween be
/ points on
peel the latter part of this week -De. .
directors of the United States Lutheran church by the Rev. Frederick i fctoctlona Twenty One ((91)) and, Twenty '
.1i Pebler, who preached for the first' Land Supplement.A Two ((22)), Tbreojtiindred.. and Seventy' (UTu) Obadinh-I'll never vote for that. Congressman of
Steel Corporation, which pays out trot' Ninth of the 8outliwi corner of Lot our'n again.
time since his .
from
( return a three LUCKY
l in salaries and wages about $125-'] mouth's vacation. POSTMISTRESSIs 1 Throw. (I q)) Hortlon Twenty Two ((21i), Township ,.. Bill-Why, be allus\ kep' his promises 'aad he's
Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me., who Forty five ((45): South of Riingo PartyThree ''
the matter one of the smartest men lu tbe whole blame conn-
000,000 a year, sums up The erection of the town ball by the has found Dr. King's New Life Pills to ((411)l) Hunt,and at thy Northwest cur !
: when he says : -Tbo real question Ladies Improvement Association Is R de- nor of the tract deeded, by Cecil. Upton 10Lo..I" try.
be the best remedy she ever tried for
i I Griffin: thence East along the North Obadtah don't keen if he's as smart an Daniel
11 ia not the size of the salaries. but dided addition to our village
'v i growing keeping the Stomach, Liver and BowelsIn Boundary of Bald tract Fourteen Hundred. and 'Webster. There ain't' been a Burn one of his pnm-
.
whether the right men are drawing and the ladies of the society should be perfect order. You'll agree with her I Fifty, Two (14J521/ feet to ,the wator'o-o them. One be congratulated for the good work they if you try these painless purifiers that .. Lake WOl'th'I'heuco; North along the water's I up yit. ," ,
man may cheap at are doln It U. proposed to erect tbe Infuse new life. Guaranteed by all drug I edge Three. Hundred. and Thlrry ((880)) ho "

a+ ,: $10,000 a' year, while another mann building in front of the present one. It gists, Price 250 to a point Hundred near Two the. shore and One-Half thence \Voat((14025)Fourteen : Our New Seeds-Are Ins

[ the same position. may be dear will be a two-story structure' fifty feet NOTICE I INctlce foot along the South' Boundary of the ,land ;

ac, $1,000; a year. In length and have a frontage of twenty- doodad. 1 by Cecil Upton to Noah H. Hall to th
is hereby given that on the aoth Bcttlon Line between Sections Twenty One Seeds for Flowers as well as Garden;and If the
four
/feet Atlantic
The! tendency of the business on avenue The first ; day of November, A. D., 1906 nt 10 ((21)) and Twenty Two (!2Sj;''tliuni'e South, on conditions they require are' right 'we do not tblnkI
world just now is not to search for floor< to be used for dances and other o'clock; a. m., a ineetluft of the stock said! Section Line Three Hundred and Thirty any of them will fail.
entertainments the second floor. as holder of the Lincoln Land Company ((88O) feet to the polnnt beginning containingTen
the men who will take low salaries DO NOT FORGET we handle FERTILIZERS.
will be held office of the .
at the Company Ten .
e meeting rooms for the society. The ( acres and Seventy (lOt| perches
but for men who deserve high sala present building will 'not be torn down at West Palm Beach, Florida, to vote I nmre or less,exclusive ot the right of Way of If Inneed of any give ns the cull.
upon a proposal to increase the capital I the Florida East Coast Railway t"KM hor
ries. but will be placed In position at the rear stock of said corporation from twenty- with all rlpailiin rights acquired either I Inequity I L. W. BURKHARDT FINEST GROCERIES
y The difficulty does not lie in lack of the new one so as to form an addition five thousand dollars ($25,000.00)) to one or at law.
al meeting room. Many musical' another d hundred thousand dollars ($roo.ooo.or)' A. E. naY8EIt.IiIJ.lnllluuter.
of ability any more than it,does t in attractions will by issuing preferred stock of the par --0-o-o-o-o-o-0-0-0-01o-0-0-o-o-o0-0-0
stop at Delray
value of seventy-five thousand dollar
the of 1tt is
nlggtirJuess employers. : when it is found that there Is sufficient ($75,0, 0 oo). NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN ,- _.
true that the demands of business room to give their entertainments. This October 17, A. B. 1906. THE TOWN OF __1- i.' : .:iY. .' : .,' .: :: c" :'_. .,IIt !"'';

have increased enormously, and the C. C. ClullloRWOHh: DELRAY.
17-51 President. To the qualified voters of the Fifth
Your
We
man. who was considered above the MOTHERS Election District of Dade County, Fla.: are after Furniture BusinessTO

average twenty years ago, would i Who would keep their children 'i in NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR At a: meeting of the citizens and tax
be I PERMIT payers of Delray, Florida, held this fifth
not to standard
up present good health, should watch for tbe first' day of October, 1906, it was decided to MEET/ your most earnest needs we are
Human ability, however, has kept symptoms of worms, and remove them To Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer, submit tbe question of the incorporation
with the with White's Cream Vermtfuge. It fell of the Town of Delray to tbe cjnallfied
pate advance in bueineemethods PREPARED TO GIVE YOU A LINE
Public
schildren's notice la hereby given that voters of the Fifth Election District of
and the average salesman, best tonic. It gets digestionat Beach Club lee filed with the Boardof I Dade County at the next regular election

executive, clerical or technical man work so that their food does them County Commissioners of Bade to be held Tuesday, November 6th, of goods to select from which is second to
good, and they 'grow up healthy and 1906.
of today is even more capable than strong. Sold by A. G. Riegel. I County, In the State of Florida his ]. S. SUNDY none in the State when it comes to

I acollcatlon_ for a _permIt to sell____ llminrn_ ,
one in the ame line of work ten]l J. O. n.LG:
wines and beer in Election DistrictNo. F. E. FENNO Quality.
years ago.What Nunemacher Commit: Sulcic e. 3 of said County and State for Citizens' Committee .
employers need today< i is Atlanta Oct. 16.-Captain W. C. the fiscal
year ending October let
Nunemacher, superintendent of the Notice. Prices
not more ability. There'ls enough Blosser 1907 that such application will be ana
Printing
of that-in fact a well known business dead Monday earning company In was the found base- acted on by the said 'Board. of County Notice Is hereby given that six months

man recently remarked, perhaps ment of the printing tabUhment.hi Commissioners at their next regular after date,.of this notice,we shall present 1 'FaIr Dealing

_ there l is too much. What Is throat was cut and an empty meeting, which will ,be held on the our accounts for final settlement and :

carbolic acid bottle walt found near Ctu day of November, 1906, at 10:00: apply for our discharge as executors of '
needed is with the
mqre men power by. v Alllands\ of House
II 1 Is
believed to have committed o'clock In the forenoon of said. day the estate and! last will and testamentof '

,and inclination to use the ability suicide- The cause of CaptainNunemacher's and the Bald Board hereby calls upon John H. Brelsford deceased, ,to tbe ti'''"' r : ..- Furnrshings, from the

i t they have. taking his own life IB any citizen of such Election District County'Judge at Miami Dade County, ''"' vestibule curtain rod
thought to have hewn ill '
I'' + Employers want men who combine letter was found which hearth.would give No who may desire to do so, to show Florida, Dated'Jane: 3oth 1906. ,,PYtilp on front door through

i l with their ambition, educationand any reason for the act. Captain Nu- cause, If any there be, at the said next E. M. Breleford I' th.e- entire house; to the

national talents, honusty and nemacher leaves no relatives In Atlanta regular meeting of said Board, why Mary C. Brelsford. II I complete outfit for your
.. such permit shall I ,
Ha not be
granted the
capacity for hard work. This sums resided on East Mitchell :I. '
NOTICE. laundry in the .back
'' street. He was widely and popularly applicant.By I ......
up the requirements and the scarcity known sad his Ia CountJurlge's; Court yard
death will come,as a order of the Board of County ) Probate Jurisdiction
of men who meet them explains hook to all who knew him. Commissioners of,Dade County Flor i Dade County State of Florida. I '

the wide-world search that is now ---- 1 J* In the matter of the Estate of) I PJBROTHERS COMP'Y'
Case ida.This Patience P. Ward deceased.)
Amicably
Settled.
There is 1 lack of ability the 2nd day of
going on. no October. A. D. Notice is
hereby given that
London Oct. 16.-The lawyers on theaev..nth In Their New Store Masonic
but there is lack of integrity representing) tn. Amalgamated 1906. day of January, A. D. 1907, I Opposite
publishers press, (Seal) .A. K. Dearborn, shall present tny accounts for final set Tempi '
the energy and infinite capacity for of the London magazine, tlement and. apply for my discharge
S Clerk Board
1 taking pains, without which even against which, Richard Croker brought County; Commissioners as executrix: of the Estate and of the I
-I suit for damages, on the ground of By W. M. Pope Deputy Clerk. Last Will and Testament of Patience .

great ability can accomplish little. defa.matory8'tI.t' ents made In an AN ORDINANCE!: Amending Section Judge P. Ward, at Miami, deceased, to the County N++...+.+.+."N +.N+*.N"..".".N+1*9.".+4 v:
article headed. 'Tammany In'_ _Enl_ Dade Countv.. Flnrl.IaDated ,
!- ---' --'
-
POOR CUBA I n 123 of tbe Revised Ordinances pf the June 30th, A. D. 1906. .;
land In
which Mr. Croker was I City of West Palm Beach, Floridaandan Victoria Adelaide Root. Ae RI AMS. & JVHUHER i iBlacksmiths.pot
Poor Cuba I "The richest and charged with caving used his office Amendment to Said Section, )'.1811- Executrix: of the Last Will and Testamtntof .

f' most beautiful land that ever hu as chief of Tammany Hall for purposes ed January 5, 1904, and Appi of financial profit informed the September 7, 1904, Relating to C ccu- II. Pierre Brannina, ] Wheelwrights i
man beheld," has increased i in patlonal Taxes for
eyes Associated Press that the case !bad Contractors: ttorney for E ecutrto: :.

riches and In beauty since Colum been amicably settled out of oouit. Be it ordained by the City COUP (II I of 1 llorseshoelnff and
the City of West Palm :
bus thus wrote of it in bin .. It was added.that counsel are not yet Beach, Dade
report.Only Florida that General -
a.t liberty County Section 1 '3 of r ; Repair Work j
.n. 1r"< the terms of the'-Revised .
yesterday its seemed Ordinances, as
people t o>> a> opted

be destined to happiness ant: ever the settlement. on,mended the i8th January day of, September 5, 1904, said, 1903 amend; and nr + 2 Manufacture, of Tools a Specialty i

increasing prosperity. Roosevelt Will Become Member went beiuK approved Scpteti' 7th, r j Freight''Paid One all Out-of-Town Orders
Way on :
New York Oct. 16. 1905: be and the same is hereby .unendeu .
-President
The !island of Cuba is 800 miles I to read as follows:
Roosevelt has
long and eighty miles wide. In I to become a member accepted of the-Invitation Associate "Section J 3'-Every general con- : Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach I

shape, it is like a scimitar, with tile t Society of Farnsworth Post; 0. A. tractor this: whether; residing within or'wltb*
;4 out city who
1 point of the blade extended toward I R. on Mount. Vernon. The Initia five hundred dollars capital employs, five less dollars than: ...................................................

tlon will take place at the White who employs over five hundred dollar --
Key: : West, eighty miles to the west House In Washington. on Wednesday, capital, ten dollars., The term "general J Ji

ward, and the' curved blade swing Oct. 24. General Horace Porter is contractor" as used la this section, shall .! murmnrmnrnrmm"r"n"t"tu" ', ?,, ?!''tnr'n'trnrmm' '
to bit the be cou+trued'to include builder,
any
ing Intd the Atlantic ocean toward Installing officer acting In

; + -tbe United States 'on the north. behalf of Mount Vernon society. The I plumber corporation painter contracting, or" other to person erect. ,or firmor repair yi 'e l i I a'rm
i
associate l1ie e pl a
Draw: a, line from north to south .___. L.-Business society men la,made wno, took up of nopart,promjuvnt who any takes building a contract or other to do structure a -job; of nr ? ] ey j

across the middle o( the scimitar In the war, but sympathized with plumbing or painting, or who takes a 'Ve'reto Waiting for You -- :
the cause of the Union I contract or agrees to do any other ,piece -
Solicits
the line of Butcher Weyler's: trocha 'of work YOUR:Trade' ==
requiring manual labor and the In and
come have talk with us about .
=
=
from Moron to Jucaro-and you Blankenshlp Goes to furnishing of any material, or who shall banking., Not that we want .you to __ I J
cutoff the fighting half from theleacgful ,!Macon Oa. Oct. Jail. engage In or manag. the business or occupation learq the buaiueas but because we want s '. ]nr
16W. M. known
bthe generic term to do business with We're We give. Pure Moderate
you. prospering g you Drugs .
half of the island. West BlankenshJp the white man who wilsl "contracting" ; provided this term "c. n and with Increased facilities for

of the! line are the provinces of charge detatueg preferred by the by police) a citizen on a,of serious Sot- mechanic eral contractor"or other shall person not who apply sells, to only any caring for business want yon to H Prices, put.-up'by a. Registered I1

{ Santa, Clara, Matanzas\ Havana kee, wasremoved from the city hospital his labor at a- fixed price per: day ..01'bout' Prosuer, With Us. ," '.
and who does 5
and Plnar del Rio. ) to the not furnish any ffi Pharmacist. =
.- Harper's county
Jail "
and will\ material ,
I ys watt a trial. or use any moneyed capital in :J11111kltJ1Ot: with ns. doesn't mean "get- ./ ;! J i S8t :
Weekly. I He'' rind been Ill and, connection" with his. manual employ, rich-quick." but a steady healthful. = i'. ,-., ." ,"'n< 2fc
wasbeing treated. uient, >
', Ji .Tcnowg nothing of the Ho charge declares wtijelr that PuH.l, by tUe., Council the nth- **of..t i grpwth'of.. wealth.Irdhe Try:;' our, ;Candy,. Sod: ,, and: *:(;Ic4' Cream : ,A,

/ The South Is prospering as. never has been preferred He : September. 1906 .. Anything1 baulilni'liae" be .' .
wart placed '
( : g :s
done J :
safely :
y .
through.na; _Will! be pleased) ', ,
; etorside from the enormoas under guard at the_ hospital, Caving' G. "VT> IDNER. President t of Council to lee you.! .* E S a. nictJEU |
/
r ; + amounts of money brought, in for pap 'prior occasion escaped1 through.a-.. Attest; J.: L. CRIER, Clerk. \. -A.
second story Window. Approved DADE COUNTY STATE BANK C: Graduate of Pharmacy ....
her cotton and lumber, the price of .. ,.September., iqofi. New TorfCollego, .
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THE TROPICAL SUN, V EST PALM, BEACH FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, i III( TOBKtt 17 \ 1908 PAGE THREE

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I TWO HUNDRED MEN I FLAMES DESTROY MANY HOUSES I {td AA Ora0t4 oV0Alr'a .9i ry 19SeiMOtHL/ / i
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Fire Early Sunday Morning Eats Up $

Stock ENTOMBRD IN MINE Dallas Ga Six, Oct.Store 16.-A disastrous \ ;

fire visited Dallas Sunday morn-
y
ing at 2:30: () o'clock. Six stores were' IT

Profits Awful Explosion In Wingate burned to the ground. $
W. A. Cole &: Son sustained a. loss

Colliery.TEN of house and goods, with $1,000 In DRESSES HND WAISTS ,

out l ha greatly increased by giving surance.
"
Crew &: Holland lost house and ,
special care to the health of every BODIES TAKEN FROM MINES
good*, Insurance $800. ,
and fowl on tha farm. i !
animal
J. D. MoFarland house and goods, a
Sick poultry,sheep.Cattle, hoes; 1750 insurance, estimated )loss, ol ":}
their livers Every Effort It Being Made to Ascertain ,
etc., depend on
borses
valued
goods alone about 12,000 house $ m
to keep them well the Fate of the Remainder of at 11,500. H ls lura M1t ( ,ISL I t ? IFII IWCI IWG IGa t

the Miners O. W. Russom, goods a total loss 1
One Hundred Ar: Believed
valued at. about $3,000, Insurance 4
''BlackDraught1Stock to ,Be Safe In Lower) Part. U.000. ,

Durham, England!: Oct. 1G.*.Aa Dr. B. H.*' ,Robertson drug'; store UST at the beginning ofhet
and stock no insurance ,
explosion occurred la the :Wingate
and Poultry Meek Bros. heavy loss to gouts!:
colliery near here ab midnight, resulting -
I In about 200 men 'being en- by handling, fire and water; building J' Fall Term of School your
lost Insurance 2500.
Medicine I I tombed. !
About 100 of these are believed -
Stocks of goods of Bartlett &: Wat-
to be safe In a lower part of '
keeps their livers working and 1 the colliery but there were between son, Dr. A. J. Cooper &: Co., Brown Boys and Girls will need, a -
& Meek! H. M. Cooper, J. M. St.
keep them"well.BUckDrnutht .
therefore 60 and 80 men In the seam where
: Stock and Poul- the disaster occurred. John', jeweler, badly damaged by, $ full cupply of new waists and '
try Medicine Is a pure natural, I lire water and handling. ,
ve(: table, blood purifier, and acts Up to 10 o'cloclt Monday morning The the Is thought to have startedby
regulating tie stonacb, liver 110 bodies had been taken from the $ :
dresses.
by a lighted cigar or cigarette over The materials mentioned -
and l towels.It mines, and\ every effort was ,being
prevents and cures Hog! Cholera I made to ascertain the fate of the re- Crew & Holland's store. ?f f

Chicken Cholera Colic DIste mainder. Business houses will likely replacethe $ below most serviceable "Ii '
are : ,
.por, Coughs, Colds Constipation old ones far better and more up ,,
Fever, Loss of Appetite, I From to date than those burned. 1
Wasting/ Away and all the com- Await '
.en stock "seulfls. New York, Oct. 16.-J. M. Cebal- Ginghams iDa,1214e \ Percales 12 1-le, IScChartibrays ; l
Workman Bit Into Air Tuba. i
nedldne for I los & Co still ,
It Is a perfect general are anxiously awaitingnews
farm use. Try It. I of Manuel Sllvelra who is Huntington, Wi Va. Oct. 16.- 12 l-2c, 15ci Colored Linens 2Ge, 85c fl
o Chauncey Miller\ \ a machine shop em-
I charged with absconding with $1,000-
ploye of the Chesapeake and Ohio
000 of their A detective yl
money.
railroad here; Is dying of a strange
25c for large at
Price can
agency has cabled tu all likely portsIn t
i accident. Miller was working with a I
all druggists and dealers the West Indies and Central America 3
section of small hose filled with com-
to, have lookout for thebattleship
a kept
pressed air, the pressure being 90 1 $
Carraeltna, and unless she
small\
pounds to the square Inch. A
is on her ,back to her home
---------------- voyage
leak in the hose occurred and Miller
port, Dergen, In the Carme-
Norway
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. took the hose In his teeth in an attempt i
lina should be heard from within the
to make a repair. The hose
-- -- --- -- few .
next days.Silveira's
suddenly burst and the compressedair
LAW. went down his throat with such FH'-

Steamer Sighted. force that his lungs and stomach were BRJtNNING BROS $
p. C. ClIUVLINOWOltTllATTORNEY New York Oct. 18.-The steamer destroyed, physicians say.
Carmellna, on which Manuel Sllvelra
AND CUUN8EUOR sailed from MEMBER\ \VEST ""
Havana on Oct. 2, ostensibly PALM BEACH '
Old Time With
High Negroe '
West Palm Beach, Fla.! I for New York, but which Covlngton, Ga. Oct. 16.Hazelbran MEUCII\ : TJ'::: ASSOCIATION:; LAD I lib UUCKIGGC.KOWEST ,A ,
has not since been until
reported a station, ,on the Georgia rail
GEO. O. CUltltIK Monday, was sighted by Captain road, 5 miles east of Covlngton, was PALM BEACH, FLAd .
Clausaen of the Danish steamer HJort- '
the scene of a large gathering of negroes -
Attorney and CouoseUor-at-L&w/ holm, from Havana for New York, Sunday afternoon. There was 1+ / 'l 1V V1Ati'N

WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA and kept in company with her for an abundance of corn liquor in evIdence -
two days. The HJortholm arrived in -- -- -- -- ,
and pistols galore, followed, ,
If P. I1HANN1NO, New York Saturday and was Monday by the usual results. A tow wan pre-
anchored off Gills Island. Captain I
cipitated, by a drunken negro. Ike I II
i Attorney and Covnaell&r-ttt-Law Claussen said that he thought the Floyd was shot three times and will

I l O nice over liualt Carmellna proceeded southward. The die. Fred Rosenberry 'Is In jail. I
WEST PALM BEACH FLA departure and alleged defalcation of Friends of Rosenberry brought him Tropical Sun Pub. Co.4s 4s

Sllvelra was the cause given for the to town to keep an Infuriated mob of
recent of M. Ceballos '
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL assignment J. blacks from killing ,him. _
& Co. of this city.Burton's ,
.
MOOD M. D. Killed by Unknown Person.
C.
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IL Petition Denied. Griffin, Ga. Oct. 16.-Jim Harrison .

PHYSICIAN/ AND SURGEON Washington, Oct. 16.-The au- a young white man living on .

-<1m... ..ar .Potter'. bicycle more WEST preme court of the United States on A. J. Walker's piece north of Grlf-
PALM BUACII. KoHliluncn near KoyalPolttcliinu. Monday denied the petition of former flu, was shot by an unknown person.
.llot/ul, PALM\ 14EACII. 13-1: United States Senator Burton of Kan- The details\ of the shooting are un
for a rehearing In the case in I
sas
known. A negro man, living on the
JJ B. PUTTER HI. D., which he Is under sentence of ,imprisonment came plantation( gave himself up ,

and fine on the charge of saying that while he ,knew nothing of -
8. 1I.1t8 WEST PAllid BEACH FLA. accepting an attorney's fee in a case the shooting a crowd of white men \

DENTAL in which the government was Inter- were after him. He was carried to ;
ested while he was serving as sena- Atlanta by Chief Phelps la an auto- (c,a l'c'( fc iCa lCcl Cc,a Cctr Ec e Ca cra lCc, ,_

tor. The effect of the decision will
mobile for safe keeping. There is no
1)11.It.ir.MVfV 1>Jt.J.N.NEWMAN
be the Immediate Imprisonment of excitement 'here.Have .
Drs. MACr & NEWMAN Burton unless his attorneys devise ,-

.. DENTISTS some other means of postponing the Given Up Hope. ',".
execution of the sentence. New York, Oct 16.-The middleof M'
Office In Jefferson Block HE merchant and manufacturer -
October having been reached. the ,
.
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_
WRST PAI.M BBACir.; FLORIDA ?7'
.I
White Sox World's Champions. time limit set for receiving news from

Chicago, Oct. 16.-The. Chicago the Peary arctlo expedition, hope was L1 does not buy '

D It. J. E. LIDDY club of the American Baseball league practically abandoned' Sunday,night of #'
is the champion of the world'; By Bearing from the band of explorerswho N '

Dentist winning Sunday's game, 8 to 3, started from this port 15months h printing to sell' again; it
earn First diMir went of Dado County State against the National league, the
ago. News from Peary was expectedto
,
Itiink Americans earned the right to float come to Morris K. Jesup, the principal I

WEST H_' PALM I1EAC1I.'. FL.O11DA the world's champion pennant as well banker 'of the expedition. Sun- is part of their equipment

MONEY TO LOAN. as the pennant of Ute American day at hIs office It was said'that they I. ",' }
league, to ride to the grounds next had given up !hope of hearing from I'
YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT ,
IF for business and h
and to have doing "
you want to Improve and l need moneyto season In carriages the expedl'Uon.Gonerl' .
do It with apply to Geo. O. Cuine, "World's Champions" lettered on the r

West Palm Beach. blankets worm by their horses. Sun-.* Stoeasel la Retired.St. is the of ''
day's game! was the sixth of the se-> Petersburg, Oct. 16.-An Imperial ,,only part equipment w" t

rles and the fourth victory for the! order giving notice of :the' retirement .

GEO. HASLEHURST ft( SON Americans. of Lieutenant General Stoass that comes under the eye of: interested -> 1 '"' '
l on the ground of 111 health has : :: .., .
Contractors and Builders Twelve persons Injured. appeared. The trial of Lieutenant

Chicago., Oct. 16.A street car General Stoessel for surrenderingPort people out of their home .. '". ';
. P. O. BOX 304 with brakes out pf order, without Arthur to the Japanese has been j, ,

. sand and Annfng\ on shad' rail, dash- going on since Sept. 29. His r ag-! '

Geo. S. Hacker & Son ed into a moving freight train on the natlon from the army baa ibeen ex- city ...', > ,

f 'belt railroad at West Fifty-first pected. It has been, asserted that he \ ? s
'
street and Kedzle avenue Sunday would resign! ,because he preferred to '. "

night and 12 persons were injured. face the court in) civilian garb:) instead -- l

: The gates were down.at the crossingand of uniform.. ,/ .. ,, You Must Have Good Printing l'

1 Ft the motorman saw the danger We t Do That Kind of Printing'GIVE' ,;I, \I J \ '" '4
signal but could not stop his car, owing Shooting at Negro Dance s
: ', 1U deficient equipment. .. ti st
to Macon, Oa.Oct, 18.--Frank Lester ,' '. -' '" t
t ja ldtiix a negro, is at' the city hospital us YOUR ORDER -' ," 1
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:. Bakers Declare General Strike dangerously wounded In the abdomen / ",t ? ',
Montpelier, France, Oct. 16.-The aa the result of a shooting affray/ ata I
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local working bakers Monday declareda negro dance at Qrovanta. A negro', '. > + ;
: general strike because of the refusal who, it is stated, baa since been arrested The Tropical Sun Publishing Cor' '., 7" v

. of the proprietors'' of the bakeries opened lire Into a crowd and .
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to accord them a weekly day of before be had ,stopped, Lester Wall ao""T.1 M >- h
! MANlTFACT'C"RItRS OF rest, as provided for by the law. probably fatally ''wounded In the leg. I '
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The city authorities have appealed to Lester wall sent to 'the-hospital* and .- ', Printing and Publishing -"' Ar ti
Doors Sash the government officials for the assIstance the prisoner 'was taken 'to Houston "
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West Palm Beach. Fla.West .
of military bakers In orderto county Jail.V..I ,
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Blinds, Mouldings prevent a bread famine. _
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Floated Through 011. '
-AND- Found With Hla Skull Crushed. Port Arthur. Tex., Oct. 16.-The I t- .I\\\ :

Building Material. Durant, Miss. r Oct. 10.-The dead steamer Captain A. T. Lucas; has returned :

body of L. M.\ Weems, a prominent to Port Arthur- after a searchof 1B h. $
CHARLESTON S, C.I. merchant and farmer of this place, the' gulfs for two Standard Oil bar ft i(1( C e fc '

i/ .- Largest Factory South./ was found in the rear of .a local drug gea, which went adriftdurjng the recent ,
store, bis skull crushed and all surroundings hurricane. Neither was found,
Send far PricedFOWLER indicating that ,he had been but the Lucas passed through a lot of

brutally beaten to death. The Iden- floating oil for a distance of 116 milesat !
tity of the murderer and the motive about the point 'where it had been r

: (BROS. which prompted the crime Is unknown expected to find the, bar.... C

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MACHINE' SHOP 'Skull Fractured by 'Negro. J

Smothered Under Cotton Seed. Jacksonville, Fla. Oct '16.--John
'pS fNOIHf RE f>AIRS A SPfCIAtrr Texarkana. Ark. Oct. 16.- J. P. 'Skeels, an aged merchant In the
l KINDS 9/LATHE and SHAPER WORKs suburbs of 'this city, WM
Hornbek, an aged farmer, was smoth- northern
GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES' ered tQ death beneath a 'wagon load assaulted In hla store by a ne- .Palm |
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6 of seed cotton near here' Hornbek gro, who 'struck him '-with a. club BeachJ'iatr}

S FOR SALE ,was enrouta to a gin with the cotton, fracturing the skull The negro then,

when a wheel struck a stump, overturning robbed the cash drawer and (escaped

Near F.rrjr tandl9r,.jUke.Front, the ,wagon and catching him ,I but was later captured. Sheets la In ,

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ENTIRE FAMILY ,, FRAULEIN BERTHA KRUPP WEDS : ;:::::::;; -.i;

Yolu Lady Friends Are ClothesCriticini .:> She Is Considered the Richest WomanIn We Have BuildingYOU
the World.
SLAIN BY FARMER Esson, Germany, Oct. 16.-Fraulelu -

; Bertha Krupp considered the NEED> IT i
I richest woman In the world was

1 1' Quarrel Over Sale of Crop Led married Monday to Lieutenant Gus- Z ,I
tau Von Bohl n und Holbach in the
7 II to Tragedy. ,' presence of Kaiser Wllhelm, one of Can't We Get Tog thelT ? i

.t the greatest honors that can be con-

ferred on a citizen. of Vaderland. I
1' ALLEGED MURDERER CONFESSES
1t While In no sensa a beauty, FraulelnKrupj EAST COAST AND SUPPLY
I ', t Is described by those who LUMBER$ CO. |
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I I II .urdarer Clubbed Children to Death knew her as a healthy looking, robust : WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA !
r 1 I girl, who does not differ in character
and Dumped the Corpses of the : or manners from thousands of other i... ...NN N..ttNNNt .1B.oNN.N..N...........i.iA

Family Into a Creek-Murdew Under carefully\ reared young women !In affluent _____ ___. ___ _.____ ____ --.___ ___ _

M l T Arrest The circumstances.position( which Miss Krupp Florida East Coast Railway

r l /l Houston. Mo. Oct. 16.-Barpey holds In the social, Industrial and .
s.
,; Parsons, a farmer, his wife and three political affairs of the German empire Local: Time Card No. (7. la Effect September .It, I90'. ..
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children were murdered near LJckIngton rfi0lRM60IAtDREAD
Is unique. Sixty-three thousand em

I ,I Mo. A farmer named Ham- ployes are on her payrolls. ...In Germany DOWN. I'IORTHDOVND-RBAD m.

1 r ilton has been arrested, charged with alone she has 660 mines, while Awes ... 28 STATIONS, No.,78 Ia. .1
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OallToops
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A the murder, and !la said to have con a Beet of powerful steamships convey Ilap Ddlf ..........._.. Din
1 i ikl f0ua L ._............lac lIOuville .Ar 2/i1)1II 66am i
fessed. coal and Iron to Hamburg fronj her e CJftpaa I from, .. ..._....... Soutb Jaekroov111a....._.......Lv 7 1HpIII S 17am
1 1 fopm ]O loam, .. ............SL! Auguxtlns................ .' e 16p. r
and 14aq
farm -
Parsons had BOld his crape mines !in Spain. A score .of stone. Mpaa ll111am .................. U""Llng." ................. II alp'o gar. I
rli to Hamilton and It Is alleged that quarries contribute to her wealth 100pm 11l16am ................$art Palatka......... ....... 1120 m' e a0am7e8pn1 .

the men quarreled over the terms of She has ship yards at Klel and gun -''L4Ip... 11 1900m lOam Ln;....t.............1'ilutia.-1o Pnlxtks. ........... ......Ar 114 6 pm-r0 ID lilbana ii'"

the eats Parsons end family set out and armor works at Madgeburg, besides B Ptri Ar.........._......Bau 1 ..-; ............ II Uua-
li MOST women are. When you're in their society your personal 'from tbelr former home in a covered the giant steel and gun worksat ............ 61Gsm L..................Fen Dlnteo.................Ar 0 2tip"1" I
cornea under close scrutiny. Therefore attire your- ....... ,
northern Missouri. -3'bIIpm L .Tr 4aupmr iii.
self beyond reproach by having your wardrobe made to your own wagon, bound for Essen, whose estimated value ls f 141'11& 17 fatpm apm M ..................Dupunt.................. 42:11"0: a Bum
and order by The body of Parsons was found shot $76,000.000. Mils Krupp Is only 20 4IIpDl 118pm .. .................Ormmtd .................. 86/11m II 01am100'tpm .
measures_ special __ the mother and three If4pm .................. Daytona....-...........,. a16proWtm t
to death, and years old.Tho 10 171pm B6pm .........._.....por& lrft'\lfe.' ................ a 8bpm I eiamf085pm
C Their model sanitary tailor-ehopstn New York.and 'Frisco are the children had been, clubbed to death. ceremony was performed by 2 Wpm)( Ar................New 8myrllft................ 11'pln 41'a.n('
i .4 admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothes Joda Hamilton, the alleged mur- 110am4pm .,........-Znfie TJlnlon; ................ .v '1 Wpm a 6pmll '
to order for men thousands of miles away has attained a decree of Jthe pastor bf a neighboring village lAsm 46t1pm Ar''......... ... ........... .. t260pm Il9pmItm
1 never before dreamed of. In a few days from the time derer, U In the Houston jail strongly church, where the Krupp family has 100... .........( .OrftnK80IY..i// /........... .. 1241'''' IMp"
I perfection wish suit overcoat is guarded to prevent lynching. He Tpm/ 91npm 't.......NewBurrrua................ r BWpw 4aamfllopm
f you select the cloth and the style you your or long worshiped .. .. ... ....... .
140pm ..... ........ .nk lUll .. .......I.v 240pm aBkam!
back from Taylor-on your back! Is said to have made a complete confession !! blpm I ISpm Ar................?Tltuavllle." ................. I Ospm 1 Wsm1110am
1 of which the following is a IS CHARGED WITH DEATHS l60pm ,...._........Hnnfinf..................*'' I1Ma"", a BOpID
V TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL HIS TAILORING' summary: e lll11am Lvt?.....?......?.Snnford' ..................tAr 1/101'/ ''' 1110.mrn
t .-......... i
a ;m- 81npm -fiwevhieA -r tinpm slam
q ,W. show samples and take measure At a timber-bordered place In the Because Operator Forgot to Deliver 19 slam B IIpm .. .......... ..........Cocoa....+..............LV 1 9/pm/ a 122aOl()(l
read, as Parsons and his family were 12 8/am B Mpm ..................Iocklmlge' ............... .. 1 \fUpm' 91has. '
-4 FURNISHINGS Train Orders. 1 CH.m 4 !rlpm .................F.all caws................ 12471'10 1 porn
FINE LINE GENTS' driving along, they were confronted Columbia, S. C. Oct. 16.-The 1138m 4 80pm .. ...............M"lbnllM1e............. 12 B7pm 1 87am I
Hamilton armed with a shotgun 1611am lllOpm ................. 8uu.11I1II. ................. n 1i2nm llliSam14Mam
by ,
2r operator forgot to deliver a train or- d Wpm' ... ....... ..1'1. 1\Ilo.! .. ...,........... .. 10 bbnm 1200n" I
2 GO Deliberately aiming at Parsons, Hamilton der, and three men are dead and another B oralll a 1Tipm ..w..............Io.orl 1..r"e., ................ !1061'01' 1\ Mpm180ft'
; I. DOf'l both barrels of the '" 1187pm ....................1'11111"11.............,.... 10 17'n 119111"
discharged will die. A fast freight and a ll16.m 1141pm ................. %!;dan.. ................. 101'Dro: 1\ Ihpro810am
gun and Parsons fell to the ground. 1146pm .... ...........J.naun. ............. .. 100811m+ 110tro361am
''' West Palm Beach. Fla. light engine came together near 1l1i7pm ...,...............I'llIa.I.................., .. 1000ftm 1069...,,,
Merchant Tailor, Hamilton then advanced upon him and Wlnnsboro Sunday morning on the 4 foam 21Ipm .....n.........Uobe Nunud' ............... Oll-I"m 10291''''
clubbed him over the head with the in head-on col- IUam 7401' ........... ....W..tJu flor.... ............ 016ft''" 100'JIlln1.16.m '
Southern railway a S16p.o .. ..............\Ve tl''lna L..o.h............. 8."alO 0 .
butt of the gun several times. He lision. 148"10 8411'10 .. ................. oynlou...,.............. 8211810 f 01pte
then bent the head of the mother almost II a4aro 81101'10 ,....... .. fJtJlmy ..........,........ 6 UI1'' 8 Nipta' "
The dead: D. M. Dixon[ white, II 46am 040"10 ...,........wort Lnndxrdnlo.. "..,........ 7 261110 7 e0pm.
to a pulp sad after kllUng her conductor on engine; ,James T. McPherson Illi7am 047pm w ................ ,1Mmin ....... ........ 710aul 7 sOpm.
clubbed the three children to death. 709.m Ol\Hl'm\ .............."Inllxudnlo.[ ................ 7\1\1801\ 7 8111"0
Jr. white, fireman on engine SHam 1020I'.n ....."....... Lltlll" llty_............ .. a/Axm
The bodies of all flue\ were then Henry Pile white engineer on r b0em' 10801'10 Are.................. lanml ..................:Lv 8 \lha"" Tllpro 7 001'ro.
t / ; etnam ............ Lv1............... 111and ............ .tAr ............ 801'1'' '''
1it 1 Ioaded-into a wagon and taken to Big light engine. 108uam ............ ArL...............ltommtood.' ............,.,.!LV ............ 19 BuproDnADt .
it itu Piney creek, about 1 mile distant The Injured; James G. Price,
from the scene of the murder, and CharlesD. Parlor C"..011 tralm 20 and 78. ulful Ftropln7 Can on trslnr. 00 and 08.Jally .
white, engineer on freight; t \ except tln"da".
SHQi] dumped Into the creek. The body Weir, white, brakeman on freight; -No: 17 --- = =

1 of one of the children, has not yet Henry Gates colored, fireman on 110.23 No.21 Ne 18 D.lly MAYPOnT SMIICH N. 18 No.20 Nn.2'l
been found. A party of fishermen freight, will die. lundoy Onl, soyiT Dally Ebundi7 Dally Sund.Only r p.pt90opm :
>fI fY
from Houston discovered! :' the bodies Through. freight No. 74, northbound ; 10 loam elOpm j;;;; --00-;;;;; L.. ..... .. .J..cI1\"IJo. : : .. .....Ar rlSnm 19 Wpm.; -:iGPA'hm;;;
of two of the children A further left Columbia!' on time ,Sun I 061'10 10 lAxm 9lepm OOqam '. ...lknun' Jnck..o\.IU".n.Lv 7alam I If rpm bChm,
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106l'tlln OHliftlD .
search 2401'10 8110pm
brought to light the bodies of 7lvxun 1I60..n 1 Wpm'
l day morning and orders were given 2 461'10 10fam! MplD 9.lalD .......Atln, ''k I. ..uh....... 70atrn' 114nnm I 44'".m
both 'parents, and word was sent to .by the dispatcher here showing that I Wpm ll100u4 7 10pm 10 Guam Ar.aeypurt.J.v 8 40am111 slam 4. lets

Houston. extra engine No. 1626. southbound, -
Shortly after the news had been had the right of way of the track to PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL SIEAMSH1P CONNLCT10NS; AT.MIAMI.

;, mj received there, Hamilton rode into Wlnnsboro.' The order was never delivered Class Connection Made at Miami with, Steamships ol the P. & 0. S. S. Company*
,. town on a mule that was recognized to the crew of the freight Havana and Key West.
i aa one that belonged to Parsons. He train. ,
ii I. was arrested and locked up In Jail. SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND

I II i Parsons, who came to Texas county Want Peabody Arrested. Lt KEY HIAMr.W'EFT.Wwlsedayt:.Tnexlayi. Saturday.11. area ap.: 1 40pmAt Wpm::: L.ArKEY A AJA vtmr: :V..::"Thuradayn.:ihuiotaii:.......,...,1J Yalp4 COtTa::
I I two years ago from the northern part New Tork, Oct. 16.-The Tribune X.V KEY WEST......Wednwdaya........ S Oopm Lv KEYWK.\'f.Thllndav.\ ,Mondays Bopra
i ArYAV NA..Tburedayr.. ........ OUam Ael/IADl1..Fcldayat'uerdagt." ,.. eWpm
of Missouri quiet Industrious .
was a says that word reached this city Sun
farmer, and never had trouble of any day night that certain Kentuckians Additional Sailings between Key West and Havana

t :I sort Hamilton has also been favorably were urging that a warrant be sworn rnA'YwxfJPNondayslRldsra' .. .... 8 8lprnAt L.uA, VANA..Tl1ofl< ..&tuMsysl7Mn'0.
NO-W-READY known over the entire county. out for President Peabody's arrest on EAVANA..TueWyrBatuNaya..etl0aro ArKYWISL1'uesdaynSaturdaya88uxsTrains : : ,

The murdered children were aged a charge of "coercion of agents," Discharge Passengers at Shlp'At Side. No Transfers.
11, 4 and 1 year. Twenty deputy when the Mutual Life's president, visits
sheriffs: guarded ..theprisoner in the Them Tim*Tabloa'ahow the time*at which tralnn mny DeespetedtoarrlreatanAdrpsn
Frankfort. Coercion Is a criminal from tb*. vaverml lUttlona,bat tlielr arrival or departure at tin time alaled I fe not giinranlpe4ftot
county Jail, but following threats of off ease In the Blue Grass state, I*ibl. *Company) to be held reaponalble for any delay of any onoaoquvnoea. arlsluff iburefronw

lynching the sheriff: hurried the prisoner and many of the Kentucklane are For Copy ol the LOCAL TIME! CARD or Other Information
j away to a safe place In the Ozark thoroughly aroused especially over "
9aoo ) unzs mountains. SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
Colonel Blscoe Hlndman's( dismissal.It .
I Hamilton Is only 20 years old. Is explained that Mr. Peabody will .J. D. UAHNER, Asst. Qen'l Pass. ACt.. ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA. .

)aint>< gaper Ranging, Graining Vaa.( ... appear before Commissioner Pruitt,
True to Some
Report Extent.
I in the Frankfort state house. It la
nfsAfnj: : J::1 aZsomfnfnj and! Glaring: New York, Oct. 18.-'I'he report believed several of the managers who :* R.A .
1 current in America: that Premier have have
resigned recently or been
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1y; $ All Work rirt Cla. ."d LaaVaYour Or
I Quar.ntatd 3torAtlantic are considering a scheme of gov man, F. O. Page of Detroit, Herbert _. ., 1 ,
ernment ownership of British railroads N. Fell of this city and E. O. But .xti Y n y+,

13sao Is true to some extent, says a ton of Massachusetts, will attend
Wsst> 1aZ1.n London special dispatch to the Times. Monday's hearing.

The government has no Idea whatever

of bringing In a bill for the nationalization K. of P. In Eneampmen$.

of any other railways New Orleans, Oct. 16.-With 1,800
than those of Ireland, and the Irish tents pitched at City Park race track h
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to '
I rI and 80 passenger train, which is
1 think, should be taken over by the 1'' i
double the usual number, due to arrive lrh
nation In order to advance the welfare In New Orleans -
before midnight
Coast LineqiZoridaGoorsia"3JTabama ,
? of Ireland, and especially. in or the twenty-fourth convention: of the ,rfi1r' ., ,,, NCB j'n'iK'rI
der to furnish the q
n required for the knlghta of Pythian and biennial en

+' highest development of her agricultural campment uniform rank began Monday ""
'' i l : ,Virginia Interests. The' encampment, and convention e

will continue all week, prizes

.]forth (GaroZina.south Qarolina AdmKV Large Shortage. tor the drllle.] which are the featureof > a' r d 1
I ', Toronto, Oct. 16.-General Manager the encampment, being awarded } list

t McOIIl of thewrecked Ontariobank Saturday afternoon. Although the l s n

w tw; The Great Highway of Travel From admits a shortage of 121,250- encampment was not due to open formally
1
000, Bankers In estimating the probe until 4 o'clock In. the afternoon, 1 l .

f Florida-East West North, South ability of their guarantee being enforced :yet at daylight about 3.000 knights a l a.

place the loss through MoGUI's In uniform were at the tented city

. speculation at 1600.000 more. and hotels were filled to the limit
McOlll also Four Each Week Between
admitted that these speculations with Pjthlana and their friends here Sailings
were carried on without the to attend the YORK '
ceremonies.
NEW
JACKSONVILLE,
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+ To The East The Famous directors' knowledge but, he declares

for the ultimate good of the Team Calling at Charleaton, S.C., both way.

{, | ffloTida, and Qc3t Indian Xjimrlredi bank. New Tork, Oot. 18.-Because. of THE nMEST STEAMSHIPS III THkS COASTWISE SERVICE

the death, of Charles Surdam from a THE CLYDE SOIITHEUN IJNE9
NEW ENGLAND AND
i and Jfert( orA Qxpress Pastors Discussed Baseball. broken neck, sustained In a football
I I'V Direct 8ervlc. Bet"H"
" Chicago Oct. 16.-Two pastors
game Saturday at the Morrlstown N.
t, -- used the championship baseball JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
series J., school, all games scheduled by AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
as a topic for pulpit discourse Sunday ._
rf Morrlstown\ High school
% have 'been Culling. at Charleston both way*.
, +; To The/ West night\ Both agreed that the game cancelled and the team has been KMI.WKKKI.T SAILINGS. -
Is the cleanest of all sports but they abandoned. Already messages have Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, DOAtOe

; .J 1ontgomory Routo> and tho uJi ioZyor deplore the fact that gambling was been received by students/ in private Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, JarAgonvillo

i permitted one of the on contests the grounds was ,played and that on school, from their parents, ,forbidding CLYDE ST. JOHlNci r RIVER LINE
' them to play the game.
l via :/ItZa.n/a, I Sunday They appealed to the managers Between Jacksonville 3anford.

1 to take a stand against these Car Conductor Stopping It Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bemtord (DeLand) and
All Trains I two evil In future. Fought. Intermedia landings on the St. Johns River
Coaches On
f Pullman Cars And Through Macon Ga., Oct. 16.-D. Nobles),

a street car conductor. Is charged Steamer City of Jacksonville

Honored by Elks. with stabbing at police station, and appointed total! ..f llowit fASVnJ.eluoorklla,8nadayrTqutlayaaudThnr, ....111 w,naOPA:

Atlantic Coast Line mileage Looks good to all | Harrlsburg, Pa., Oct. 16.-A marble W. J. Alexander, his antagonist, in Roturnlng irate SanforiJ...,Monday, Wed"tnilay, and Frlilav.Nal: n. '", _,
shaft and fountain
, erected by the
a fight I t. charged with fighting.! The
"' points via all trains as far east as Washington Order of Elks throughout the United Southbound Schedule.Bead Northbound
.cod"I"
cases were made the .
' as result of difference down.

and as far west as St. Louis, Cincinnati and New States In memory of Meade L. Det- arising over the strike situ I.av*; J jo pm. ..... ., .......... ,. JAC1tSONVILJ.J:... ... ..... ..... ........Arrivefeosm.

Orleans; rats $25CONSULT roller of Harrlsburg, twice grand exalted ation. Nobles used hi* knife on Alexander ** 45 pm.> .......... .......... .... .PALATKA...... ...... ......... Uvr. .ooP.
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THE PURPLE'JFOLDER: ruler of the order was unveil. and slightly wounded him. .00.1., .,............. .aTOR ..... ..."............... ..... ff ,
ed here Monday The conductor wen released ". 4ao.DI.........,.. .. ....1' .. '. FRANCIS.DRPJI8FORD .. ... .. .. .. .. .. looP"
information f on bond .. -. .. ................. (D.tAND)....., ......... | oopm...
tl0'For full and detailed regarding for appearance at pollee court. Arrive I ao....,....... .................. ._...BANFORD.. ..... ............ ...... ? '? ; I
Convicted A
rates,*''Pullman reservation, schedules, call on \ Forgery 10 00 am,. . ... ENTERPRISE. "
nearest ticket agent or write Athens, Ga., Oct. 18.-B. W. Jordan Strike Net Probable. General 22..W: ; Jacksonville; ij
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your W.D. 8TABK, a :young white man, was convicted Chicago, Oct. 16.-The division of Passenger and Ticket Office. Bay St? 1j ;

FRANK O. HOTI.STON, Affat Tr.....*....Aaat $ of passing, a forged check oa the force of the railroad switch-men F. M. IRUIIIMONUEIJ,.Ir.tt-len.I1':. .gtlffWr .u.-II'--,"auL.unvwq tr.LUYIILLtluW"ru':i: al t
CUtrtel Piuatmcor w. .. ; 1
.COOPEU,1r
the Georgia National bank for |128 P..lllhlA. .
} VI into three camps make It '
J&aktouvllle extremely root of Roges 8&ftet, I
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sad will be sentenced to the penitentiary Improbable that there will be any A.o. DAGERT),G.,,'!11"111'-.4".1" >1,,'" YOII!. OLYUNHILNgUn'IRy'iAe4x I y ,

ty". ,Judge Brand J .u1ke OD pct 88, as contemplated... 1'HEU o. JllOIIJR.: Tlae P..hl..t sad Oenarat 11.11" d 4'
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f A MATTER OFHEM.TH REV. SAM P. JONES I .

ESSTEEDEE"WILL G. G. Strohm Company s''

!I DIES VERY SUDDENLYBody


OY4 FAMILY GReERIES< '

Found In Sleeping Car *

at Berth. Fancy Food Products ,

9dlvi'i'i i'i t''I '. CUREDANDRUFf
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BREATHES HIS LAST ON TRAIN Provisions.

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I: J 'Noted Preacher Was En routs From JEFFERSON BLOCK

..0. LlttU- Rock Ark., to Memphis,
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Tenn. -Supposed to Have Died West Palm Beach Florida

About 4 O'clock Monday. !Morning.
"'M .
Memphis, Tenn. Oct. 10.-.A train .
bAO6Absolutely ----------- -
dispatcher of the Choct w .division ct
the Rock Island system statedthatSam 99 .. ...n__ 0--_.-._.._._ -- -. --

POWDER _Jones, the.noted evangelist die-; 17 'F1BERBReS.



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Pictures framed at McGinley"Brothers Talking Machines and Records, al* 5"
I I Lots
Company. makes at Idner &: Son's.! tf Hang Up

Mr; Paul C. Jones spent yesterday In KEY.. JONES. 1m .
The V
business. Birktu Compauy, tbe well known Your Card '
Miami
cm clothing and shoe house, tins a new'",on ,a Choctaw train near, Little. Rock In The New Railway AdditionTo
B. Baker Monday ,
Mayor Ceo. spent advertisement in this issue of The Tropical ,. and Our Wagon
in Miami ou business.Miss Suu. 'it. an early hour MODday..1'tIr..Jonea.waa.traveUng.

Juva Anna Ross, l. who' Is now rejsldlnj Mr. \V. I. Huffstettler returned Men- from.some Will! Do The RestFactory i
with -west- LittleRock,- and--h18r ,
iu Miami spent Sunday point- of; -
( day nlgbt from New York where he
friends in West Palm Bea h.it has been spending his annual vacation, r destination was Memphis.: lt rarrl the City o/ West Palm Beach.

Mr. Henry .Petitt, of Pelican Lodge, combining business with pleasure. The body"':Wa.s.f, ? nd In hl$ berthin -- ,,--- Convenient to Bridge, Ferry railroad -

has arrived for the season, nucb to the Mrs. J. B: Beach mid childien- and the sleeping car and was taken oil station and to the business part ;

delight of hla many friends. Mrs. Beach's mother Mrs. Bacpn'tiave" the train at Little Rock.It I
of .town.* Prioes Low and Tennsv II';
Mr. M. E. Gruber was called to Miami returned from an extended outing, at is believed Mr: Jones died about For SaleIN '
Monday morning to serve la the capacity Henderson,'N. C. Enm route home 4 o'clock in the morning; : L'asj..Qrgbotl discount will be allowed -

of juror in the circuit: court which is they spent a couple of weeks with relatives WEST PALM BEACH for Cash

now in session. < in Lake City. Mr. 'Jones had lived at Cartersvllle

Mrs. W. W. Weaver and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Idner and little Ga., nearly nil his life. From 'there C, c!

of DeLand are the guests of the form.er's daughter have returned from a vacation his fame an an evangelist and public ('r'ILB Victor Talking TV' r plats. and f\1J1lof\ <1 matl()" npplv to
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. of several weeks in Atlanta ''Ga. man generally has spread to the.end
spent ,
of the United States. Beginning his J..eJ Machine) is a regular WALLACE B MOSES i
W. C. C. Braining, Jr. and other points. Eu: route home they ,
work as leader of revivals in Georgia, Sunshine Fac-
L. Holmes moved stopped few with Mrs. ,.
and Mrs. over a days
Captain in
he soon came into demand every Agent Florida ,East Const Railway Land IX-pBrtmenr.
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Monday afternoon to then new cottageon Idner's parents iu Jensen county of the state then In every: tory. X There are no

the lake front in the Jefferson Addition .Mr. I. H. Burton, an enterprising citizen state of the south, until a few years dull days when you West Palm Beach, Florida. $
which has just been completed.Mr. he was Induced to go to Boston
ago
of Delrcy, was in tbe city Monday '
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Mass. where he produced a profound one your e
Frank Idner was among the number Mr. Burton is raising funds by private gR
who went to Miami Mdnday morn. subscription for the building of a public impression upon>* the public. of New Come and hear a few -- --

log, having been summoned to serve asa hall at Delray. The movement was England.
this week.A In addition to his! Influence-as a songsby the!great opera J8222222222223222323222323222223222322222222222&SS2WHEN
in circuit court
juror the started by the Ladies Improvement AssoclatloD "
he is for. his
preacher distinguished recitationsand '
stars comic
card rrom Rev. J. N. Mulford states of that town, and it is learned ;
ability as a forceful witty writer.
that he and bis family expect to reach that a neat hall will be erected. The death of Sam Jones comes as funny sayings.

Palm Beach next Saturday, the aoth Henry refill of West Palm Beach one of the greatest shocks that Geor- YOU WANT I I;

laving already left their summer homeat spent several days at Daytona the past gia could have known. No' man In. I'
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. week the guest of Schmidt's Villa. Mr. the state is better or more widely Q) h+:' r

Mrs E.: W. Stephens returned Sunday Pettit is an accomplished musician anda I I known, and his fame extends around A nice Buggy or Carriage to take a drive ; ry ryA
The Best Machine On EarthTo
the world.
night: from Hartford Conn., where she composer of some note.-Daytooa @ good Saddle Horse for a canter of exercise
has been pending: the summer with Gaeette-News. As a preacher evangelist and See It Is To IiI Goods Delivered kind done call '
church man he has few !peers while Buy or Hauling of ajy on 'f
relatives, and has accepted a position as I .
Mr and Mrs. Kirk Monroe of Cocoanut as a lecturer, writer and public' man, .i ,
stenographer lu the office.of Mr. W. R. Grove, who have a number friends he Is among the ranks of the fore- 'AT '! THE

Moses. la tbe city and who have been for some moat. .
Deputy Sheriff Angus Martin has the years residents of Florid, are en route Lake Worth Produce Co STABLE THAT
of
distinction of shipping the first box to the United States and to their home Had Been Holding Revival.

grapefruit from AlUpatUb Flats this ID[ this State. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Oklahoma City, Okla.. Oct. 16.- Fresh Fruits and Produce Received TREATS YOU RIGHT
treason having this week forwarded a spent the summer In Europe.: Sam Jones the evangelist, had been t
box of fine fruit 'to his daughters who holding revival services In the taber- Dally. 1 Bakers of Bread to Eat Guns and Guides furnished for Parties '
Dogs, Hunting -
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ate now living with their grandparents Miss: Nealie Miller who has been nacle in! this city for two weeks. He '
in North Carolina. spending the past week with friends in was to have addressed audiences Sunday 1 We send drivers with you if you wish j i

Mr. and Mr.. .Wm. Dorr reached: home West Palm Beach returned howe yes but it developed .early in the I 1 Horses are boarded agd well taken care of
Sunday' night from Savannah where terday morning. Miss Miller and her day that he had disappeared. Although L. A. WILSON Transients fed at any time s'
brother, Mr. H. Dale Miller, have vigorous search was made for,! If
they have been spending several weeKS \VB SELL WOOD and deliver It to Ift
!secured cottage on north Avenue,B, him, nothing was learned as to the !' you a t
with relatives, on their return from New MANUFACTUUKtt Of'
and will reside there during the winter whereabouts of the evangelist until
York. They sin occupying their cottage months.-Miami Metropolis. news was received of his' death on a Boots and Shoes CAflPBELL' >& MONROE
on Datura street. train car near Little Rock. t tOne
Miss Anita Canova. a popular young Captain E. N. Dimick expects to leave Later It developed that Mr. Jones Repairing in All Kinds of Lea ller m f
Block North of Bank West Palm Beach, Florida
the city next Monday morning to spend
lady formerly of this city, but 'now of left the city hurriedly Sunday even. Goods Nqally! Done.
Palatka arrjved this morning to spend some time at.his orange grove northwestof log, hastening from his hotel to the 222222232222222222222323232222232322UUest]
some time in the city. While here she West Palm Beach. He la planning station., while a carriage was awaiting Mian Tanned Buckskin

will attend the Miami Conservatory of to commence shipping fruit next week to convey him to the evening ser- 1 .
and reports his crop this season to be a vices. No reason for his sudden departure -
Music.-Miami Record. and Horsehide Shoe ii
profitable one. was given, nor did he state _
The Dade Democratic Executive : -3
County his. destination. FOR TENDER: FEETOlive ,
Committee will hold a meeting to- The Methodists of Stuart have completed Mr. Jones' meetings here had been ',' Palm Beach 1 ,
the with Contractor Brewer Sty North of New Jefferson Blo
day making a contract
for the purpose of up held in an unfinished ..building. He 1 i it '.
list fd7d te; elected at the May 1 for the erection of a |3,joo church on has spokento large audiences, and it t ,:r

and June primaries and certifying the !their lot ID that place. The' building Is believed that he had become suddenly ITI FOR SALE Ttansfet Company
lame to the. Board of County Coinmlaslooeri. I will be constructed of cement and will III as a result'of speaking in
I be aa imposing edifice. The seats chancel the unfinished hell -and had .started r -S M p

c The walls for the new U.ery.stable of and pulpit will cost In the neighbor. home for this 'reason. My place: here known a* "CERES: : 25 B. F. CARTER, Manager' '

Transfer ,hood of $500, making a total cost of acres, railroad runs through It.; fronts on
th Company
West Palm Beach
Great Contest Befor. Court. Stables Yards Near.PoinsettaTHE
bout Completed $4 poo when, completed. Tbe people of Loabatcbee river opposite railroad ita- and Banyan Street .
on Banyan street are1 Philadelphia Oct. 16.-The great
,Stuart to be congratulated on their tloD. six room dwelling two room
the are ; pack.
'S and the workmen are putting jon contest Inaugurated to have declared ,
:; :eD erprls41. lug house, both old; most of land cleared '
.. roof. It is expected that the companywill Invalid the will ,of .William Weight- .
able their : 1 man, the millionaire chemist who ;five acres pineapples In fine condition j h i a
be to occupy new guar Through tbe local postoffice, notice is I STABLES ?
RELIABLE
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fertilized and for 1,600
good crates
ten In about two weeks. ..;. given that an examination:! for clerk died leaving aa estate valued at about '*- ..
Mr. Jas. M. Owens who several days (male and female) and carrier ,(male) 100,000,000. was called for a hearing next season; pricefa.oco. Will exchange ,. ""' t
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Monday before. Judge Ashman In the for West Palm Beach or Miami improvedroperty. b.oI
01' of his orange: will be held at the postoffice in Jacksonville
ra ego; disposed a portion orphans court. If the will la broken, > ? I ,
\interest \ Plata November tir 'Fo application : ,
ale grove on Allapattab '
five granddaughters and a': grandsonof onses and
Mr. Ceo. W. list sold blanks and full'information relative to HAL : 'Carriages"For hi
Brown,. .week; .he Mr.! Welghtman >[will be benefited. P. HARDIN ?
remaining fourthlnterest to CaptiE: ,N"fDiuilck the examination-! qualifications, duties, The ease has>:attracted considerable \ '
and the grove I lit now owned by salaries, etc.! ";'address Secretary: Board of attention because\ of the social prom v JUPITER FLA. hire by the hour,day, week or month.!. Freight 'unloaded i

Messrs Dlmtckv slid Brow Civil Service Examiners: City PostofEce, inence of those' concerned..
-" facilities for
i ----a and,.delivered. Special! moving h avy freight. ,
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The Currie CWp'anj.have :Jacksonville!
Investment Roossvett's, "'Nurse! Dead. I Omnibus and Stylish Carriages uieet evety train.1 Baggage
pnrchased this week the cottage formerly The auxiliary! schooner yacht Iris, New-York Oct. 16.Nannie Jackson McGinley 'Bros.. Co. _

.. owned'by J.A:: Stra', dermBiii; la ''the Copt. Charles Earnest, master and owned 'ttia .colored pursd-of PresidentRboaevelt's 1 transferred. '. ,All. orders. receive prompt. attention.. +'
- Railway Addition; also a-cottage, form by'James Clark, of PUtsbnrg, sailed mother is dead at Ever*I ,4 t. '

,and'p.. rly occupied by J.W< Harper on Ever. .t this! morning :vIa the Inside\ route! for green.. 1-. I. She :was a* :years of ,. Leave Orders. for Our Carriages" -:- nl'iA
pia street.. It ls""under.foad' : tb'at"both; .Lake Worth where the will fit out for ige. She was brought to Connecticut '
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ad m properties>will be Improved at 6uce. .winter cruising and be made ready for as a slave by Stephen Bulloclc, UNDERTAKERSr, .

"I)0Vm Miss Josephine LUidleyls expected to her owner, who will come down at.pan! :president's maternal grandfather. **AND<* -

teach the city Saturday night from ell Y'date. Capt. Earnest was accompanied :.Mrs. lobelia Spurlock Daad f ,
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ace tai .., \ tam.where) .6hijha...'.been. sp Ddtuj( oil"; tbe trip by his wife and thlld: '. Lincoln. Neb:, ,.'Oct. 18.-Mrs. Isabella .. EME3ALMERS, GRATDD1 Mulgoba Mangqps ",?
home time with) l.er". ister..Mre.Bigelow.! ,! Mrs. Caspar Hefty and Miss Ada' Lee. A. .spurlock'ioo.e of.the found\ *
,; ,Aliss\ Llndley baa spent tl ef' summer' In St.o"s.w1l1: be made,.:'en ,route to Putm\ "'en of the Mothers' Jewels Home\ at Largest Collection of Crotons In the United. States. Palms'Ehyllan; ) '

He ; k New York Stat4f,*'lIn'wnt'' .Jemaltt 8>a. ;.file ladies, f returning\ l '1q :Miami; :York,:Nea.i:;Pam Institution'ofjnan&j the Wq thas, etc-, All pot grown. Full.I Line of Citrus ,StOCkgrowrfemirtghpruoePlt q" ,

,n.. :; through.Jj the....winter.. .with. her \slofn.: .:-.after'. :..tbe\ '!-.I'L! of.l thj yacbS, .Ill .h'iropoua .Iioma-.Mlaatflna.ry .a40ItJII, ..atithBele ''P i'lj;dra) 'J1PPoMJi 1tfU( ; np' !: > :,, .-L&nd,. Address." ; ;;
W:11 DaCamara' ;. .t m.lautr'a.lwu' .i : place several'' 'ar.lleyrtbeneer, 'ass's',,..+ .1ialllt.--Me... <;totgt"j r: ( psytlipalCburodied( : i '- .- -. .- ... .*. JOHNS BEACH. -,.! H *- West-Palm"Beach;' 'FlofWaTilE "t },
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paragraphs ofInterest I HUMAN: ?!' ODD :M \RKS.A I SAVED HIS LIFK. I

tale] of horror! wnn tod! by marks of i' J. W. Davenport, Wings, Ky., writes,
Local I human blood in \\I..- home of JV.. Williams 1- i June 14, 19152: "I want to tell you T believe -i SIRKIN CO.
-- 'j well known merchant of liar, | Pallnrd's\ Snow TJnimrnt'Haved tny
Thilixtnic..-. iiiui; equipment for the Ky. He writes: "Twcntv years ago( J life. I was under the treatment of two -
had severe hemorrhages of the lungs, doctor, and they told met]one of my ,
now -aloon
to he opened at the south
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west t by !Mr J) M. DowuA, have arrived and Dr. King's New Discovery.' It completely badly affected. I also bad a:,lump on I .
will br in cured me and I have remained well my aide. I dou't think (that I could have 1
placed position In a few days
i The new firm will operate under the ever since It cures Hemorrhages, lived over two months longer. I wAs Induced OUR STRONG LINE ", "
name of the East Coast Distributing Chronic Coughs, Settled Colds aud Bronchitis by a friend to try Ballard's Snow I -
I c. Company and It is said that their fix. and Is the only known cure for Liniment. .The first application gave I Stronger This Year Than Ever '. .,
Weak Every bottle guaranteed me relief two fifty cent bottles '. .
tares are the fiats t ever seen on the Lungs greet ; ,I ,,.,,' ""
h East .oaat. The new saloon will be by all Druggists. Sac and $t on. Trial cured me sound and well. I -. .,- 'I',". 't,,'"'Ii;..> ."" "I'
bottles free. It is a wonderful medicine and I rec! ,. '
: 01)Blacks
opened to the public in about three v i UK Winter Shipment j
weeks, or ea BOOH as the county commissioners ommend it to suffering humanity.Sold The Kirschbaum Clothing I f and Blues for the l local store

i j grant the permit for a license. Mr. 13I T. liarranger, who purchased by A. G. Rlegel. VX has Just arrived. X'-They'aro

Hotel The Palms opened, Monday for the Dr. Ehrlich place a few weeks ago, and Our Own Make from the best manufauturers and are
the season of 1906-7, some little delay made another investment this week, A boat running between Cozambas 'of the correct sty I**: for the comingseason.

having been caused in the opening date when he secured a forty acre piece o and Key West Ifts been ,delivering to Suits in the Latest X The newest things In
e1 by reason of the great amount of workin fund, west of his other place, from Andrews the Mallory Line la that city the pro- Shirts,Underwear and Hoal ry'ahould
renovating and making other and Lingeitnactier Mosf of this I arrive by next week. XTOrop. by and
preparattpns Fabrics at
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ducts of clam The shipmentsfor Styles
a factory.
look them over whether you are
The first guest to register: was is high land, and seven acres of plneap .
Mr. J, R. Anthony, Jr., city. Proprietor pies are already in bearing. It is said the past season amounted/ te 60,000 realy to buy ornotAnthony ; "
,i Stowera stated to The .Tropical Sun that the purchase price wen in the near cases, ot from 13 to f 7 per cane. $$10, SI2,5o, $$15 and $$20SHOES I Bros-.:-' .
'f yesterday DITI"T! tint he: l ti ranking nelirrihorhood of $4,000. Mr Bsrrenger
wI plane for a record-breaking: season, his and his associates.expect to make still IS THE MOON INHABITED? 1 I West i Palm Beachi'\0-j *--
the further end to ]locate ,
to eventually
bookings up present date Indicating purchases Science has proven that the moon has
that more people will come to West a sanitarium and convent In this
Palm Beach this season than ever before. vicinity -Ft. Pierce News. an atmosphere,which makes life In some I .. ,
form possible on that satellite lint not ..-" '
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Mr. aud Mrs. Chan. A. Stoue, of the ,: ,". i I.. '
for human beings, who have a hard
East Side, arrived this .
morning from To assort- '
CURES CHILLS AND FEVER. our large
Monteagle Tenn., where Mr. Stone has enou gh time on this earth of ours, espee
successfully conducted the well known 0. W.Wirt,Nacogdoches, Texas, says: (tally those who don't know that Electric "

summer hotel, "The Monteagte: ," durIng "His daughter nad chills and fever for Bitters cure Headache, Biliousness, Malaria ment of Shoes we have ..' ....., .

the season. He reports a prosper. three years; he could not find anything Chills and Fever, Jaundice.Dys-
} a and he and add d the celebrated
Qua season
Mrs. Stone
are
bat would help her till be'used Ilerb- pepala, Dizziness Torpid Liver, Kidney ,
enjoying the very best of health barring
a "Job's Comforter" on the west side, ol ne. His wife will not keep Come without Complaints, General Debility and SHOE .
r the former's neck. Mr. Stone will commence it, and cannot say too tnuc h for it. male weaknesses. Unequalled as a Fe-I'I FLORSHEIM r i '. :

work at once getting everything joe. Sold by A. G. Rlegel. eral Tonic and Appetizer for"weak persons FOREMEN WHO CARE .. .. '.,-, .,, ... ...
4f in readiness for the opening of the Palm and especially for the aged. It .
_ Beach Hotel, which will occur some Last Saturday a number of fruit growers .
v 1E time (in the early part of January. He of this section met at the court house I Induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteed $5 and $6 Per Pair OPENS DEC. 1st, 1906
{ } predicts a big season for Palm Beach, for the purpose of forming some kind of by all Druggists. Price only SOC The Virginia
t, ? ; and like many others thinks the eyes of organization to protect themselves from .
,the whole country are turned in this the ravages of the white fly and other There is a prospect of a wet and dry Centrally Located
? & .direction. insects. Between twenty and twenty election being held In St. Petersburg alan WEST PALM BEACH Hot and Cold BathtaElectric: LightsLarge
; date. The city is strongly tem t
five of our frnlt early
prominent growers were Cool Rooms and cuisine the very best. Rates fa per day special Rates by
DEVIL'S ISLAND TORTURE present, and a committee was appointed perance. the week or month, Carriage, ran in connection: with house to and from trains.
A to( formulate plans for a permanent or. I MRH. A. I*. HA.UOH _roprl.t..
Is no worse than the terrible case of Piles L"
ganizatlon and at
report a subsequent
that afflicted me 10 Then I
advised to apply Back years.ten's Arnica f'at..e.-'; was mee.lng DeLand Supplement. CITY MEAT MARKETT. NOW O F B NFronting

'and .less man a box permanently cures A. EASTER, Proprietor, (; he Pa .I /fT\\ 5'
me, writes L. S. Napier, of Ragles, Ky .On Lake Worth
Heals all\ wounds, Burns and Sores like Winter Home Site Florida fad Western Meats Poultry, Game and 'Eggs. ?
Large home like hotel, well appointed and beautifully located giving the comforts
.magic. 2c at all druggists. Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention. without< the coat of the more extensive ones. Situated on Lake Worth oppo.
site Royal Polnclana Hotel. White ...waitresses electric bells. Good fishing, hunting .
Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH boating. Rates $a.so and & per day, special rates bv the week.
100 feet fronting on lake, near town, TUB F'A.tMB. w..t PahuoD..ch
!; i Sallie Peck, of Tampa, said lobe the 1,350 feet deep. Is crossed bv Olive
largest woman in Flori day night. She was about 50 years of ...elllul(; wind mill aud tank; place is OVERLOOKING LAKE WORTH OPEN ALL THE YEAR

age and weighed 585 pounds. A special :,, with piped standpipes and portly; sewer arranged pipe for into irrigation lake; Lia Plaza 1 Seminole I Hotel t I
coffin had to be built for her and it was complete bath room fixtures, with hot OPEN ALL THE YEAR Rates $2.00 and Up
too large to go Ihn ugh the door of her water; nice lawn and a J great( many fruit .
Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly Furnished Throughout.\: Ratesare
house, so it had to be J placed ou the this tree nlace, all in is bearing.offered at For$4,350.00.:a limited Applyto time most moderate cousiatent with cleanlinessunder the personal< supervision ol GEO. ZAPF. Protrietor
porch. Sallie! was a colored woman and' WALLACE R. MOSES West Palm Mrs. E .A. Burkhardt
had lived in Tamps many years. Beach, Fla. 1 P. O. Box 238 Late of Atlantic City, N. J. Newly Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. Accommodations For 150- GuesttKEEP

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AND furnished or unfurnished A: WE MEAN TO DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. c WE PRO.

POSE TO SPEND $5.OOO IN ADVERTISING. We will, ave two men soliciting buyers and ten.

.. ants, and we will take you by boat or carriage to any property you want, free of charge. X Our office

.11 will be open from eight o'clock in the morning until six o'clock at night and we will be prepared to give you any

kind of information you want and all we have will be at your disposal if you wish to write a letter or see a map or

,{ learn the lay of the land. WE WILL CONSIDER IT A PLEASURE TO THUS SERVE YOU. A; Our

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Insure Your Property y[ X Make Abstracts. ,x X Negotiate Loans

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y worth twice the amount to secure you.,*X If you want to borrow money we will obtain it for you and be responsible for the repayment, providing your -. "'to?:" ': ,
security In good; in consideration of a email negotiation fee. X To capitalists we will *ell winter homes and attend to their property wilen- they are *" '?!, *1' .i et t.,

not residing here,just as carefully as they would attend to It themselves. X To workingmen aud all-the-year-round residents we will build and sell -'/< ,"Ir?"'; 't"

,' homes on the payment, of a small,amount: down and the balance of! payments in amount proportionate to rent; by this means 100.00 vfali boy .' ''"**$ &'"
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thus come out whole. X We want 'the citizens to 'co-oT: >erate I
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