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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 20, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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pines and is also manager of the W. W.

MEETING OF I Lyon orange grove T. A. Tribble, tomatoes y

Steamer St Lucie GoesDown' peppers ap'deggplants* ; M. A. Mar 1

shall, a heavy grower of vegetables of all ,

CITY COUNCIL kinds, winter and Spring/ crop; F. G. >,t I ;,

\ Taylor, who expects a fine crop of early

winter tomatoes and eggplants, also g ,

some prppers; Peter. Hansen, who has a

School Trustees Present Petition For Hurricane farm of flat muck land that cannot be

In beaten in Florida and also some fine'//
Sewer Malns.-Matter Is
larger upland with pineapples B. F. Reuenes, I? '

Discussed Bat No Agreement who was an old and is again a new reader "'

of The Packer and is growing: all Kinds }

Was Reached of vegetables and has come 5 acres of fine "

. At Least Lost In The Disaster--Waterboat Sinks In Gulf pineapples in bearing, with many new '.I
An adjourned meeting of the city Thirty. Lives ones growing;, McComas & Blackburn )

council was held last night, when late of California: wtto have come to
Florida to stay and will some 10
grow

Cinch President, Wellington Chilllngworth, Slrkln- Geer Aldermen and And Many Lives Are Lost--Damage Comparatively at'.ef celery, tomatoes and cukes this yk t

; winter Cutj were all summer looking* t
Grant were present
Sirklu of the finance for the most desirable spot and finally
Cbhirman committee In of West Palm Beach
eubmitted bill from. Engineer Light Vicinity settled in Dania.
Geo. C. Jones another winter tomato I
which ;
Sheen, amount $266.30,
Franklin the payroll for sewer construction -.......................-........... .... ..... ............. grower, expects to put In some 5 acres.
was bill W. C. Dykes is an old grower here and
aoth inclusive. The
to October paid., While it is impossible today to give an ]log Whitehall, will not exceed two or Bravo, is one of the Key West extension port I of the loss of life in the Gulf of also an old reader of The Packer. He '

was ordered three hundred dollars, and lu a few fleet of steamers., She left here at 7 Mexico The report was dated yesterday says he could not do business without
Alderman Creech of the fire, water intelligent( estimate of the damage to 1
days what little damage was sustained o'clock Wednesday evening with about and says: The Packer.P. 1

aDd light committee bad conferred reported with the that man-his property in this city and vicinity as a will have been repaired and the gardenswill So laborers on board and was bound for The Italian steamer, Jennie, bound to H. Rower is a grower of tomatoes,

committee In regardto result of the hurricane of Thursday, it is \ show no signs of the great hurri Long Key. By 5 o'clock Thursday Genoa, Italy, came Into port this morning peppers and cukes.W. .

gement of the light several company new series sate to say that the losses will reach up cane. morning she had reached the lower end with forty-nine men picked up in the L. Sands, the popular mayor of )
the
Installing ordered by the board.It Into the thousands of dollars, including The Hibiscus! dock and the building of Elliott's Key, and the wind having gulf. These men were part of one hundred this prosperous little city is also a 20- ,

lights recently the 1 damage to boats, buildings, gardens and that stood on it were washed away and arose to a strong gale. Capt. Bravo cast and fifty who were In waterboat No. acre grower of celery, tomatoes, eggplants -

had been agreed by company the everything that was so unfortunate as to now rest In the bottom of the lake. anchor ane and a half miles from shore. 4 at Long Key and was driven out to sea and onions.P. ji
should be put In at
that the lights be exposed to the storm. One of the heaviest losers by the The storm increased in severity, and by the late storm and went to pieces. II. JigglUs has 8 acres of beans, tomatoes -
The lights are
earliest possible date. The storm distributed its work of destruction storm is the firm of Iduer & Son who the high seas swept the lower deck, The captain reports that two other. and eggplants growing and will ,
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to be 3a-candlepower, one ManagerBeckert at Intersection generally, and the loss will not only a few days ago purchased the EastSide putting out tae fires and causing all on steamers were in the same vicinity, and Improve his chances by hereafter reading
had agreed to place
of Clematis avenue and Poin- fall very heavily on any one person1The curio store from Wm. Helm. The board to assemble on the upper deck. it is presumed they picked number of ing The Packer.: He is prosperous and I

demonstrate the storm commenced between mid building which stood a few yards northof Then came the calm between the two men up, but how many Is not known.As this no doubt will make him more so.-
setta street to. power night and day Thursday morning, and the Beach: Club, on the opposite side which their N. Y. Packer. .i '
would for work of installing storms prevailed on Thursday, they proceeded on course,
provided city pay Increased with vigor until after the noon of Is total wreck and all of
the
amount to be refunded if avenue, a The men were in high glee that they had Mr. W. P. Dusenbury, civil engineer in
same, the light in position. hour, the terrific gale having been accompanied the contents are ruined. Mr. Idner's been saved and same were sent ashore charge of the work at Long Key, who STATE NEWSThe
city agreed: to keep by a heavy rainfall, which lose is six: : hundred dollars, and he will
In life boats. The others all had
bad also decided to place a on was the first man picked: up, gave out
Committee
was forced by the wind into windows in all probability be'unable to 'open his
'Clematis life preservers and while awaiting their the following statement:
Hunt on the bridge on avenue and door, through walls, wrecking and store this season, as much of the stock turn to be taken ashore plunged into dredge( boat Wimbee valued at ; i ii3
leading to Freshwater Lake:. It had "At s a. m. Thursday, water boat No. h
i destroying as it went. It Is estimated cannot be replaced at any price Mr. the sea and swam about. .000, owned by the Florida East j ,
connection broke from her mooring and drifted
been reported that telephonic ; that the velocity of wind was about forty Helm's loss is also quite heavy. 4 Coast Canal and Transportation Corn.v
and pumpingttatoo' Soon the wind arose in the west and across Hawk Channel and fetched
between fire department upon
miles an hour, though the gusts that Several of the East Side, docks were pcny, which was engaged in cutting the
/ was down, and same wu ordered the men climbed on board the sunken the reef, but broke away from there and
; came from time to time must have reached swept away and others were badly dam- canal south of St. Augustine: caught ;
steamer, again> congregating on the drifted out in the gulf. With the third
repaired.Dr. I of seventy-five miles. In in the lake
a velocity 'aged. Mady small vessels fire and was completely destroyed early
Hood, as chairman of the trustees of the wind upper deck. sea that struck her, she went to pieces.
the afternoon the-'course also suffered great damage the extent: : of Saturday morblng. The fire originated
of special school tax district No. I, ad- the north Within twenty minutes the waves The one hundred and fifty men clnng to
changed from the northeast to which cannot yet be determined.The In the galley when all hands were asleep
dresgad the board on the matter of a and were rolling ten to fifteen feet high. whatever they could reach and drU'tedI
: west, the tide continually climbing heaviest loss among the boatmen in their bunks, and the crew narrowly'
larger sewer line in the western part of being. higher on Friday morning than at was sustained by Capt. Rand, whose fine They swept over the upper deck. Now I, helplessly for ten hours, when they were escaped with their lives by jumping i,

the city leading to a point near the site any time during the raging of the hurricane schooner dragged anchor and was and then a man was washed overboard.The picked up off the Bahama coast." overboard. It Is believed that the 't'' ;, I

of the proposed new school building.A though the wind bad stilled and driven against the railway bridge, back railing was washed aWI1'. Then a I Mr. Dusenbury stated that' at least flames started from the cook stove

report from the city engineer showedthat five o'clock great wave carried the smoke stack men were killed when the boat n
the storm passed over before bf the Palm Beach garage. The Ulm away I forty which was in charge of a substitute.The .
for the accommodation of the new Thursday afternoon. little vessel ia almost a complete wreck. and pilot house. Another tremendous went to pieces, the three COOKS and engi- flames spread rapidly and the dredgewas

school building it would be necessaryto In the' city several windows were Captain Rand bad only recently bought bleaker cam. and washed away the entire neer being In the number. Collector consumed in a very short apace of i '

lay a ten-Inch pipe instead of a six.: : blown in and the buildings flooded, but the schooner: and it is estimated that upper deck and plunging all into George W. Allen is looking; after the time. At the time of the conflagration I

inch pipe, as is now being done. Whilethe In each instance the occupant of the his loss will reach almost the worth of the sea. comfort of the men. the Wimbee was cutting the canal about

drain water from the school building building/ was on hand and prevented the boat. which is f r.ooo. And then oame the great struggle for FRUIT CROPS DAMAGED. 30 miles south of St. Augustine, while "i

could be turned Into Freshwater heavy looses to his property. Considerable damage was wrought at life. Fortunately the w.ud: was blow-. the South Carolina was working towardit

lake, it had been thought advisable to The most serious damage resulting in _Capt. Holmes' boatyard, on Cabbage I' Ing shoraward and helped the poor unfortunates Reports from the vicinity of Buena f rpm the south and the two boats were

connect with the sewer this flow in order the city was that sustained by the West Island, where many fine vessels are' in their efforts to reach land. Vista, Lemon City, Cocoanut Grove and within a mile of each other. Such satisfactory

that the mains might receive the benefitof Palm Beach Transfer Company. The "stored. Both ways are gone, and the Some made the shore safely, but other parts of the county indicate that progress was being made that
had disastrous effect fruit
the storm a on
a continual flushing. new stable being erected by the comps' new lighter being built for Lieutenant many others were drowned, and yesterday the company had hopes of completing;
that trees of all kinds, and It is believed that
In this connection it was shown
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ny on Banyan street suffered a severe Willoughby was washed away. twenty-six: : bodies were found the waterway south of St. Augustine by +
the six-Inch pipe had already been pur. of the stone walls which!:: In some sections of the county the fall of but these r :s).
setback two strewn along: the rugged/: shore, two cr the first the year, now plans i
THE DAMAGE AT MIAMI Is ruined. No have
chased, and that fully one thousand feet lad just been completed were blown three being lodged in the branches of tomato crop reports have been frustrated. It Is not known jt

ten-Inch pipe would< have to be purchased down and the loss will reach several The storm of: Thursday seems to have the trees. been received from points near West whether the company will decide to- rebuild ,

In order te carry out the sugges hundred dollars. The new business centered at Miami where from all accounts At 6 o'clock yesterday evening the Palm Beach but It is believed that the I the Wimbee, or whether the South,

tions. Several members of the board house being erected at the corner of wreck and ruin has been wroughtin steamer Peerless arrived here with about damage to fruits and crops has not beenso Carolina will be relied on to complete )

thought that inasmuch as the increased Olive street and Clematis avenue by O, every direction. Losses to the extent 40 of the injured on board. bad in this section as in the lower end I the work. w

capacity was proposed on account of the O. Strohm was also damaged to some of many thousands, of dollars will probably Among them was the'Intrepid Captain of the county. It wilt\ perhaps be several I Mr. J. N. Wbitner, one of the prominent

school: building, the trustees should pay extent, a portion of the south, wall hav- be the tale that is 'told when, detailed Bravo, whose injuries though painful are days before the extent: : of the damageto citizens of Orange County, was In .y
the difference in the cost of the six: : and succumbed to the high winds. are received from the stricken crops can be fully ascertained. ,
reports
lug not serous. For the most part the men town from Sanford,the first of the week.
ten-Inch pipe. Dr. Hood assured the The long framed structure on Banyan Magic City. are suffering from bruises and sprains Mr. Whitner is one of the first and e I

council that the trustees would be willing \ street owned by the Bernbeim Distilling I Miami papers reaching here on this and from sore feet caused b.y the sharp-.' Dania ForgingTo largest growers of celery at Sanford. tHe

to bear one-half of Ibis extra: : expense: : Company was badly twisted as was also morning's train verify the reports of rocked bottom as they neared shore. said that a few years ago he opened
but an agreement could not be reachedlast owned by the same company ruin and disaster that have been
the building wreck
When the Peerless arrived at the Terminal The Front an avenue from his home, three miles
night as to whether Dr. Hood'sproposition and occupied by Campbell and 'Mon current since Thursday afternoon. Many dock last night the scene was.a from Sanford, to town, where there was) AI

should be accepted< roe as a livery stable. Some slight damage buildings have been wrecked among sad one. Hundreds had gathered thereto only a patch or so of celery growing.Last r

A motion finally prevailed that the i is evident about the public school them belng-the First Methodist church, hear the news of the wreck and to this year the crop grown: along this ? ,,

street ccmmittee confer with the city : building, though very slight. The city the McNeil livery stable and city hall. Inquire about the cafety of friends. When Dante, Fla., Oct. 10.-Places in j avenue sold for 85.000, and this waa r

engineer In regard to the matter and has been in darkness for the past two Hundreds of others were more or less the boat was made fast, Mr. J. C. Mere 1 section of Florida spring np so quickly only a part of the output of this product

take action as to what kind of pipe nights, as a result of the damage done to damaged, and the property loss in Miami dith superintended the- landing of the, from a wilderness to,well populated vII. I from that place. All tho celery giown. )
should be laid. 1 lines of the East Coast Electric Light wilUresch far into the thousands.No lages or cities that as one prominent I
the up Injured. Slowly, and by the dim light there Is sold every season to buyers who
other
As to Dr. Hood'* proposition, the Power and Jce Company. Fences, signs loss of life Is reported in the city.A of lanterns the electric lights: being out grower here says the seed and come there for it. The celery growersare
wholesale houses from distance cannot
board decided to hold an adjourned and bicycle racks were scattered before STEAMER GOES'DOWN. of order, the injured] hobbled ashore and a in making fortunes.-Volusia County ; t
final find them on their maps and when as
meeting next Tuesday night when the wind. across to the hospital, where they were Record.St. ',
action will be taken. The board then This morning's Miami News was the a recent case, seed was ordered to beahlpped
I cared for.. Those who were unable to Augustine Is to be congratulatedon +
adjourned to meet Tuesday night. : DAMAGE ON THE EAST SIDE. first to tell the awful story of the wreckof -to Dania by express at once the
St. Lucle, and the awful walk were brought out on stretchers, the house first wrote for particulars and then the achievement of raising; $6,000 for: l
The East Side fared a great deal worse the steamer Miami Transfer Co. then them
carrying the purpose of an additional site for the
IS The News' account shipped the goods, saying there must be
life following.
THE MOON INHABITED Beach and the loss of
than West Palm proper to the hospital. State School for the Deaf, Dumb add
Is in follows some mistake as no such name appeared
disaster
of the part as
Science has proven that the moon has bulk of loss sustained by Thursday'sstorm Capt. Bravo came asnore on foot, but on the map of Florida. This grower Blind. One of the conditions requiredby

*n atmosphere,which makes life in some in this vicinity was at Palm Beach : stated the facts are that the but was supported by two stout negroes.: wishes The Packer to say that Dania is a the State Board of Control before ,

form possible on that satellite hut not and the east side of Lake Worth. Briefly Lucie perished In Tbnrsday's He was placed in a carriage and carriedto city incorporated under the laws of that body would consent to the erection y
Sun lear ed this morn- steamer St. his home. The all in '
The
Tropical men speak praise of the much-needed new buildings was
'for of
human Florida has a in the W.
beings who have a hard about thirty of the men on mayor person
: ins that the property of the nest Coast storm'and of Capt. Bravo and in high terms) of.his S. Sands has which that the city should provide suitable '''

enough time on this earth of ours, espec Hotel Company escaped with little dam. board were drowned. bravery and discretion and firmness during will deliver, seed an express ort' auythlnx company else when grounds. No finer site could have been ,' '

tally: those who don't; know that Electric age. The interior of the Royal Polucl- Among the number were Messrs. ; the storm. He remained with the service: and has of selected than the Genovar tract, oppos.te .,'t.:
well paid for the some
Bltteracure Headache Biliousness, Ma and George McLendon and Harry Thompson the present school The "
ana suffered practically no damage, wreckage until the last man bad been property
'Chllls and Fever Jaundice Dysv It Is of this city. The others who were the finest land for growing: fruits and new addition will provide plenty of room.
of The Breakers. toward lend and then left '
this U also true started tt.swim-
Dlzxineas, Torpid Liver, Kidney mostly recruits for the vegetables in the' State." Dania Is but and an ideal location. Next in order ,
Complaints. General Debility and I's.male also stated on good authority that the drowned were mlng; ashore. three year old, bnt Is on.* of the largest will be the erection of the State buildIngs +
> Hibiscus were unhurt. extension force. and it is to be hoped the needs of 4Florida'
weaknesses. Unequalled as a go Palm Beach and LOSS OF LIFE IN GULF. the Florida East Coast
,"-1 t Tonic and,Appetizer for weak per. Chief Gardner Wm Fremd of the Royal The bodies of all the dead will be shipping points on unfortunates will not be for i
|nl and especially for the aged. It that the damageto brought to Miami this morning.The The Key' West correspondent of the Line. Among the leading growers) here gotten when the appropriation Is being
''nonces sound Poinciana gardens, says C. M. Nelson who has 8 acres made.-St. Augustine Record. ,
sleep. Fully guaranteed Lncie A. S.. Miami Metropolis gives a distressing re are t
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PAGE TWO THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BKACn, tLOKIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 1006 .

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Church Services Tomorrow. Tne residents of West Palm --
THE TROPICAL SUN. military-llko precision and punctuality / '
.I --- now enjoy a luxury which very few
characteristic of Germany'sexhibits
Pioneer Piper of Dad County, PlorM, CONGREGATIONAL. Florida towns have, and that is ice
.. --- In other world's fairs may
Sunday school 10 a, in. cream made from pure cream.
Published Every Wednesday and Saturday be assumed as a preliminary, and, and
Preaching service ii a. m. 7:15 Did you ever skim the cream from ,
; e T WCST PALM BIAOH.. ,DAD. BOUNTY FLORIDA' with the kaiser personally suyervis A
t l .-- p.m. pure rich milk and then add to tbe creama hI
lug the plans And general details, it Communion service tomorrow morning 'j
r'} SUBSCRIPTION: : PRICE, 12.00 PER YEAR little sugar and a little juice.from Vanilla .'
q I'', + i may also be assumed that when the following the it;o'clock service.
> exposition of 1912 opens, at the Junior Endeavor Spclety, 2:30: p. m. ;besea and then freeze rapidly till ,

Tropical Sun Pnulishlng Comp'y, Senior Endeavor Society 6:30: p. m. the mixture Is smooth and velvety ?
six
and advertised
hour day yearsin
I iY CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager. Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday It was fine was it not ? And it did -
))9ff advance, the exposition Itself : m. Topic: "Christ and Nicer
7:15
p. .
not taste like condensed milk and egg,
} will he found fitly representative of denrius"-John 3121.: 'The Great White Liner
ff RDtered at the Poilofflca of West palm Beach and cornstarch custards which you get ,.
a* aecond-ctaM matter. the empire, and worthy also of Ladles' Aid Society meets with Mrs. .
afternoon some times. Well\) if it did not cost so r --
what is now confidently expectedIn Geo. II. Maltby Tuesday at I '

TOO MUCH POWER. Germany will six years hence be 230.: cost [lsoj}much to keep good cows, we own a BU CK'S Stove or range is to appreciate
Rev. Edwin A. Waldo, Acting Pastor. could all enjoy pure cream n> home
Section No. 34, of the proposed the continent's first capital pop- the many merits of this great line
METHODIST every day, but all of us cannot ..//7 .,d iti;
constitutional amendment, says the ulation, commerce and political The oven, with white enamel lining to doors
Sunday school 10 a. m. however(tliere is a business firm +I" town .

tll St. Augustine Record, authorizes Importance. Preaching service II a. m. and 7:30: which has the rich' pure creum' sent avid\ racks is the m.ost sanitary!: feature iq' t tip

r the board to enter upon anyone's p. m. down on ice regularly from t'3(e "Bilt- world. It as easy! to wash off'and keep cleanas
"' land and take and use such l land The Live Oak Democrat refersto Prayer meeting every. Wednesday :
more" farm in North Carolina ai.u it is 'chil a dishHatchett.DaCamara
) ning at : p. m. a
7:30
before the hoard pays for same, Iu important problem, that of
Rev. Henry Illce,Pastor. for sale every day at the store of(

pending condemnation proceedings.These regulating the tough white kid, as BAPTIST., BROADWELL & MOO 1 E, .. Hardware Co.

condeniatlon proceedings follows : "The problem of the Druggists, Jefferson. Block, We-I Palm ,
Preaching at II a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
may be extended for mony months, tough kid, the tough white. kid Sunday school 10 a. m. Beach Florida. l&holaale Retailers of

E and ;yet the board has a right to use here in the South in every commu- Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Notice. HARDWAREV

..1 the lands without having paid for nity, large and small, Is also on 817:30.:
Notice la| hereby given that by virtue of A X X X
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Rev. Samuel Gibson, Pastor. West Palm Beach, Florida
them. This is another unwarranted I hand to vex and harass us, and it anal dfcrce 'In the Circuit Com: of Dado
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and arbitrary\ authority givento not managed with firmness and decision County Florida lu a cnnne wbureln BQnlco ; r ....'.... -...--.___ _'_
SAVED HIS LIFE. A. ClilUliiffawortli, et nit lire coniplnluanraand
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this board. No property right it is going to give us great Peter W King, et al, are renpondunta, I : '---.-- -

!{ is better settled than la condemnation trouble, uardly less than the lace J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky., writes, shall offor(UP mil before the front door of I oo-o<><>-cxxxx><<>o-c>#o-cxx>-oJSUUKHAUDT'S <
June 14 1902: "I want to tell you I believe the Court IloiiHu of Dade County, atMlutnir,1
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proceedings, no organization problem Itself. The tough. kid is :Florida between tin hours of 11 o'clock a. Wont Point UenrbX( '
Ballard's Snow Liniment'tiavcd
shall have the right to enter upon'td the hoodlum in the tadpole stage of my in.anil :It. o'eioukp. m.,''on the 6tb day ufNovember.
life. J was under the treatment of two A. D. 1904, the following doatrlb-
and use the property of another his development, and the hoodlumis doctors, and they told met] one of my ad laud located In Dude Count}'. Florida: Be FAILED..

h under the doctrine of eminent domain the apprentice in crime'who' will lungs was entirely gone, and the other ginning: at: a point on tl! Section line be
tween )" until compensation has been make his appearance later on as badly affected. I also had a lamp on Two (C2U: ), Three Hundred and ttoventy ((37o) Obadinh-I'll never vote for that Congressman of
my side. I don't think that I could have foot North of tbe Southwest corner fOr Lot our'n again. I
paid or provided for the lands so the pistol-toting rulllan, murderer
lived over two months longer. I was Induced Three ((8)) Section Twenty Two ((2J: ), Township Bill-Why, he allus kep' his promises and he's
taken ; but this extraordinary and all-round criminal. The tough by a friend to try Ballard's Snow Forty Jo'lve11)( ) South of flange Forty one of the smartest men (in the whole blame coun
amendment gives to this board this kid should be handled without Liniment. The first application gave Three ((4H) East,and at tbe Northwest cornet .
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of the tract deeded by Cecil Upton toLoulu ;; ,
p power, which is exercised and possessed gloves by the law if bill parents re me great relief; two fifty cent bottles Griffin: thence Cant along the North try.Obadlah-I don't keer It he's as smart as Daniel

k by no other go\ernnitntn fuse to perform that office for cured me sound and well. Boundary of salif tract Fourteen Hundred and. Webster. There ain't been a darn one of his puna -
It (la a wonderful medicine and I rcc' Fifty Two ((14.2) feet to the water's edict of '
seeds
kin came yit.Selected.Our
[*>$ agency in this country. In addition him." ommend It to suffering humanity. Lake Worth!Thence North along the water's up .
34 to the odge Three Hundred and Thirty ((880)) ) too -
this !Section gives
Sold A. G. Riegel. -
'I' by to a point near the shore thence West Fourteen
Are In
board the right in effect to deduct A most important part of the \ Hundred Two and Cno-Ifalf ((1-0:1.11): ) New Seeds

i from the compensation which training of boys is to insist on the;r NOTICE I feet'along the South Boundary of the land .
deeded by Cecil Upton to Noah II Hall to the
t exact and accurate In Seeds for Flowers as well as Garden, and if the
should be allowed to the citizen for being everything Notice is hereby given that on the 20th Section Line between Sections Twenty One
fl his lands taken by the board for its. connected with money. A boy day of November, A. D., 1906, at 10 (21) and Twenty Two ((22); thence South on conditions. they require are right we do not think
o'clock; a. m., a meeting of the stock- sulil Section Line Three Ilundrad and Thirty any of them will fail.
( j use the alleged benefits on account should have an allowance at an holders of the Lincoln Land Company ((8UO) feet to the polnutlieiclnnliiR,contulnlng DO NOT FORGET we handle FERTILIZERS.

ai of the work done or contemplated early age and keep :within it. He will be held nt the office nf the Company Trn ((10)) aor and Seventy ((701 I perches If in need of any give us the call.
at West Palm Beach Florida, to vote more or Ions, exclusive lit the right of Way of .
,; to be done by the board. The benefits should be taught by example 01 upon proposal to increase the capital the Florida Emit Coast Railway, tuirotber: I

t a are, under our present constitution precept that money-making Is the, stock of said corporation from twenty with all rlpnrlnn Jaw. rights! acquired either In L. BURKHARDT FINEST GROCERIES
at
equity or .
five thousand dollars to
($25,000.00)) one
j' Ii never permitted to be deducted greatest thing in life, but he should hundred thousand dollars ($rooooo) A. E. HSY8ER,

l; from the compensation to be made to feel that he cannot t, by Issuing preferred stock of tbe par HpccJal Mmiter <><><><> ,

tl be allowed the land owner. cheat or gamble or borrow without t, value of seventy.five. thousand dollars OF INTENTION TO IN- : I IPI
($75,000 00)) .. .
t t paying.. An abhorrence of debt t i This October 17, A. D. 1906. CORPORATE'THE DELRAY.To TOWN OF !; IU- '. d;: :' : "'_ ;...4''JiIo.We ;.

PUBLISH THE TAX SCHEDULES. should be instilled into a boy'i 17-51 C. C. Chillingwoitb President., the qualified voters of the Fifth after Your Furniture BusinessTO

The that man I Election District of Dade Cuunty, Fla.: are
a
u more property | mind at a very youthful age, anc -

owns, the less willing he is to pay we would then have fewer shipwrecks =: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR At a of meeting Delray of, Florida the citizens held and this fifth taxpayers .

s his proper proportion of the expenses of honor, fewer embezzle PERMIT day of October, 1906, it was decided to MEET your most earnest needs ice are

p of keeping up the. government,, ments, fewer ruined names and To Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer. submit tbe question of the Incorporation
of tbe Town of Delray to the qualifier ]
PREPARED TO GIVE YOU A LINE
3'E i either Stale or national. Are you blighted homes if strict integritywere Public notice la hereby given that voters of the Fifth Election District of

; aware how large a share of the the cornerstone of home edu Beach Club has filed with the Board Dade County at the next regular election .
to be held Tuesday, November 6th, of goods to select from, which is second to
t taxes due are dodged by the rich cation.-Gainesville Sun. of County Commissioners of Dade 1906. none in the State when It comes to

men of every community? County, in the State of Florida his J. S. SUNDY
application for a permit to sell liquors, J. B. RICE.
I
+ The editor of the farmers' Call "Who owns the English language wines and beer, In Election District F. E. FENNO. Quality j jI

which it ?" indignantly asks the Columbia Citizens'Committee
to
has a remedy seems us i
No. 3 of said County,, and State for 8I

would go a long. way towards curing State. There .ain't' none', the fiscal year ending October 1st, Notice. I Prices ana

7 the evil. Roseyfelt'8 abolished it by pro la.. 1907, that such application will be
Notice
,1 is hereby given that six month
The amount of real and of mashun.-Louisville Courier-Jour. acted on by the said Board of County e
personal '
i after date of.this notice we shall presentour Fair Dealing
'p property on which each, per nal. Commissioners at their next regular = d :
accounts for final settlement and
i meeting which will be held on the Yr
eon is taxed should be made public
Cth day of November, 1900, at 10:00: apply for our discharge as executors of '.' Allt kinds HOllso'tI'
1"" \ of
i> ;i The figures for the real property MOTHERS o'clock In the forenoon of said day, the estate and last will\ and testament ,'

oV and for the personal property Who would keep their children i ii I and the said Board hereby calls upon of John H. Brelsford, deceased, to the "! $!2 ... Furnrshings, from the n

should be published in the local good health, should watch for the first any ,citizen of such Election District County Judge at Miami Dade County, 'f curtain/ rod

of worms, and remove then I Florida. Dated.'June: 30th, 1906. b door through"
symptoms
a papers. This is now done in some who may desire to do so, to show .J _'yves/wute
of the states and it should be 'done with White's Cream Vermifuge. It la the cause If any there be. at the said next E. M. Breltford house to the
children's best tonic. It gets digestionat Mary.C. Brelsford. )
regular meeting of said Board why ''
outfit for your
in all the states. Publicity wills t' :
work so that their food does them % ,.
such shall not be -
permit granted the lack
the
s aid very materially In correcting good, and they grow up healthy and applicant.By NOTICE. ;WoO / laundry in

Sold A. O. Riegel. In Count Judge's< Court, Probate yard
inequalities of assessment and In strong. by order* of the Board of County ) Jurisdiction '

tt exposing dishonest returns bf prop It is said. that 'eternal vigilance is the Commissioners of Dade County Flor- lu the, Dade matter County of the, State of)Florida.. McGiNLEY BROTHERS COMP'Y'

erty for assessment. Of course the price of liberty. The logic of the proverb ida.This Patience P. Ward, deceased)

greatest faults In assessment of: we know ia true. the 2nd day of October, A. D. Notice is hereby given that on theeeventh In Their New Store Opposite Masonic t..
But eternal vigilance is also the priceof 1906. day of January A. D. 1907,1 '
property for taxation are in the as. shall present accounts for final TempiBlacksmiths ,
business., The man who neglects his (Seal) A. 1C. Dearborn, my set-
sessment of personal property. Itt tlement and apply for my discharge: .. ... .
business will soon bave no business to Clerk Board County Commissioners. as executrix of the Estate and of the .::; ..". .. '. ,'
t, is safe to say that not one third of neglect, for the man who is careful, By W. M. Pope, Deputy Clerk. Last Will and Testament of. Patience c

the personal property in cities Is thoughtful and energetic< will find the AN -' P. Ward, deceased, to tbe County :.NNNm.N.N.NNN.NN..................N.N2 ..i;
ORDINANCE Amending Section Judge, at Miami Dade County, Florida
ai I Ir business la his hands.
assessed. But there are Injustices growing 123 of the Revised Ordinances of the Dated June joth' A. p. 19o6.'Victoria ,
The lever of modern business Is i FI1RAMS & VIInuERI
in the assessment of real estate great City of West Palm Beach, Florida and Adelaide Root. ] f
+ I judicious advertising, advertising in the an Amendment to Said Section Passed -' Executrix: : of the Last Will and Test-
that should be corrected and that medium January and emitntof Patience P. Ward, deceased.
right at the right time, in the j 1904. Approved' ?
would be corrected In nearly all right way, in the right amount. Strikeit September Taxes 7, 1904 for Contractors Relating to: Occupational ttorney II, Pierre for Brannin Executrix.:, I ,1 Wheelwrights

cases if the assessment rolls were [ too lightly, you do not get results.
Be It ordained by the City Cow II of Horseshoeing and
I published. As it is, in many cases Strike it too heavy, and it absorbs too the City_ of West Palm Beach. Dade 2
much cash liberal! Is the I I General Repair Work
politicians are not assessed near ; yet advertising County, Florida, that Section 23 of! dX11 .
thing to do the wo. ., i-. "rv. time. Tire the "Revised Ordinances," as i opted
r what they should be on real estate Is no such thing as a time nut to rrrt< "-, on the iSth day of September, 19",.3; and t Manufacture of Tools a Specialty

and in some cases real estate owned tise. The time to advertise is every Uu.w Amended T nuary j, 1904 said amendment I f
being approved Septer T 7th, | Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town Orders
by men with "in ooence" escapes and all the time. 1905: be and the same Is hereby: amended .
If business is bad, need ad- to read as follows:
your
you
r assessment altogether.
vertising. If;your business is good, yon "Section 123Every general con- I f Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach
tractor: whether residing within or with-

It is announced from ]e.rlln: thata need, advertising and a business to develop that does more not business !- out this city, who employs less than c JWe're ..................................................
great international expositionwill grow five hundred dollars capital five dollars: ---
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will soon develop the dle.back.-Isck- who employs over five hundred dollar

Referring be held to this in that enterprise city In a writerin 1912 son vUle Metropolis. capital contractor", ten dollars.as used ia The this term section"general, shall S :E111f1111itftff11f1/111111111111" " " " "11111fl1111111,111111" ," '1111fl11111T1e '

be construed to include any builder,
the Outlook gays : "In the first Santa Claus Coming.: plumber, painter, or other person firm ]

place, the fair, It is announced, will Advices from Santa Claus state that corporation any building contracting or other to structure erect or; repair or E l1ie el pharmacySolicits ] I

be planned on an imperial scale he Is on his way to West Palm Beach, who takes a contract to do a joh of

that will surpass all previous expo and will reach here about Dec. 1st. plumbing or painting, 'or who takes a Waiting tor You '
Following his custom of several years, contract or agree to do any other pieceof g YOUR Trade.
sitions, whether those of London, he will make his headquarters at DOSTER'S work requiring manual labor and the t to come In and have a talk with us about
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Paris Vienna Chicago or St. Louis. furnishing of any material, or who. shall banking Not that 'we want you to == nr
I !; In Masonic Building In the engage; In or manage tbe business or occupation learn the business, but because we want)
In all worH's fairs in recent years meantime Doster la showing a full line known by tbe generic term to do business with you. We're 'prospering s! We give you reDrugs, at Moderate i

Germany has been noted for its of household necessities, furnishings and "contracting" ; provided this term "gen. and with increased facilities for
eral contractor" shall not apply to any caring for business want you td J5 Prices Registered
put by a'
notions at popular prices. Remember up j
magnificent displays and, naturally, mechanic or other person who sells on-ly ....
the place, DOSTER'S. his labor at a fixed price Prosuer With Us. ,
an exposition: in Berlin may: be expected per day -or : ,.
---I hour and who does not furnish any fir Pharmacists,
A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS ,,
to be on, a proportionately material or use any moneyed capital in Banking with ns doesn't ,mean "get- 1. =- ".
elaborate and magnificent scale Is Mrs. Alexander,. of Cary, Me., who connection with his manual. employ. rich-quick," but a steady, healthful ::: '
:::_ has found Dr. King's New Life Pill tobe meat," growth pf wealth.Anything ,Try our Candy Soda, and Ice Cream a

commensurate with Germany's com. i > the best remedy she ever tried for Passed by the Council tbe :2'Mi\ of In the banking r line' can be '

manding place in international keeping the Stomach, Liver and Bowels September 1906 safely done through. Will be pleased ::s
- affairs. That the fair( will be planned j I In perfect order. You'll agree with her G.''Wj IDNER, Prtstdent of Council to see yoa.DADE f A, 0. BIEOEL, j

i with German thoroughness and if you try these painless purifiers that Attest: J. L. GRIER, Clerk. COUNTY STATE BANK == Graduate New York Cotygt) of Pharmacy S
infuse new life. Guaranteed by all druggists Approved. September 27, 1906. ,

4 a' carried oat_ in every detail with the1 Price ase W. I. METCALF, Mayor..! West Palm Beach, Florida. ?111111115llUlh/1111U111lIliUlIl11lIt/ ,llll IJI1J6UliJ111lIIJI111UI(

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SOLDIERS' HOME IN FINE SHAPE;, j'
BARRETT OPPOSEDTO

Stock Trustee Met and Inspected the DRESS GOODS

VIEW\ OF JORDAN ing-,Number Oct. Veterans 19.-The 110.Atlanta BUlld'1 k

quarterly: meeting of the trustees of
the Soldiers' home wo held Wednes- +1

Profits Severely Cciticizes Interview of day at that Institution, which was
FOR FALL AND WINTEROur
minutely Inspected In every department 4j[
Harvie Jordan. by the trustees and found to ben
|'cas be greatly Increased, by chine a highly satisfactory condition.The .

_al 1 cr to the health of every quarterly report of the secretary -
HE THINKS JORDAN IS WRONGPresident
w mat and fowl on the farm. the surgeon and superintendentwere Fall and Winter stock of Dress Goods has' just arrived and

Sick poultry,sheep, cattle, hogs, submitted and Approved. The we are prepared to offer our trade some attractive prices in Staple
bows, etc., depend oa their liversto Barrett Take President number of veterans now on the rolls and (
Novelty goods. f We would be pleased to show our com-
well.iBIackDraught. absent
them of the home. Including those '
koep Jordan to Task For Statement That
on leave Is 110, seven of whom,'were plete assortment at any time and invite you to call and see these :'i ,

Present Crop of Cotton Will Be Seo- admitted during the past quarter. goods. X Wo mention below a few of the best numbers; r+ ;

and Largest In South' History. During that time five of the old soldiers -

died, but no deaths occurred

Atlanta, Oct. 19.-President 0. S. within the 'past 80 days. Broadcloth : 60 Inch ; Brown, Navy, Black Panama, 42 and CO Inch Gray and Black. jtC ,
Stock and Poultry Barrett, of the farmers' union, was Superintendent Robert L. Barry and Price i..
in Atlanta Wednesday on his way to was Instructed to repair the roof, gray. Price

Medicine Topeka, Kan. where he will atton.l which was In a leaking condition.A ( .
on Monday the conference eat for committee consisting! of President $ '
$1.0Q$1.25Henrietta
their livers working and that date, end! which will attw 't H. W. Dell, Vice President W. H. I.25-I.50
keePs them well. prominent Farmers' union men front Thomson O. D. Phillips, Surgeon 1. ,
l keeps
I tbe.lore jiack-Draught Stock and Poul all parts of the south, the west and C. Brewer, Secretary W. H. Harrison -- '

Medicine I I. a pure, natural, Indeed the whole country.On and Dr. Amos Fox was appointedto Brilliantine and 1\Iol1a.lr, 38 and inch ; 38 and 42 Inch. Black, White ,
Testable, Wood purifier, and acts being asked for an opinion con- advertise for plans and bids for
Brown Blue Black White
and Prices
; and
ach Bver Price
the sto Gray.
'Jy" regulating cerning the outlook for the cotton the: Immediate erection of the new
and !towels. crop and the probable price of coLton/ hospital. This committee Is also authorized r '
I tn it Chicken prevents an Ctwlera.* cures Colic Chol-Dls.r Mr. Barrett srfld: to select the site for the hos 75C. $$1.00 $$1.25 4Oe. and 5Oe. :

1 tooi. Coughs Celds Constipa- "I can say no more than I bave pital. An appropriation of $7,500 was .. ,
Uon, Fever, Loss of"Appetite, persistently stated every day for the made by the last legislature for its

Wailing Away, and all the,com- past six weeks, and that Is, that the erection Wool\ Batiste ; 23 inch. White, and Black. Serge, 42 and 50 inch. Black and White.
see stock diseases. farmers of the south have a splendid
i It Is a perfect medicine It. fottgen- opportunity thlg year to get; an adequate USED DYNAMITE TO CHECK FIRE. Price Price$1.QO$1.25
!fara use. Try
era price for,their cotton crop, pro-

vided they are not overzealous .In Business Section of Seneca, Destroyedby 75e.

Price 25c'for A large can, at rushing it on the market. Flames. .
"The National Farmers' union convention Columbia, S. C. Oct. 19.-The
all druggist and dealers hell In Texarkana, Tex. town of Seneca, 8. C. was visitedby
Danish Cloth All Colors. Price New Dane 86 inch. All Price
e on Sept., 6, fixed the minimum price fire, and property worth about ; Colors.
for the Bale of cotton at 11 cents. 75,000 was destroyed. The propertywas I 1

We believed that It was right then, Insured for 25000. 25c. I 25e. v '
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. and, we know It now. We regret that The fire originated In the Oconee

the Southern Cotton association did Inn, a new brick hotel, which was
LAW. not stand by us Instead of naming 10 totally destroyed. The Palmetto hotel -

cents as the price-obviously too low. recently completed, together with

In 0. CIIILLING'VOU'l'U "It Is a strange thing to me," continued the stores of Hunt & Harper, Luther NNI'NG
Mr. Barrett, "that a great Moore, and Strlbllng'a. pharmacy were BR BRO'S.lIF.MnF.U
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR many people who ought to be upholding burned. r F
the Farmers' union, are tryIng Both hotels were well filled with
iwestPalm Beach. Fla. to explain/ that It Is entitled to no guests and there were several narrow \ [ BET PALM BEACHMERCHANTS' LHDIES' OUCFICCERSWEST I ,
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credit for having fixed the price of escapes. The doors of several rooms : ASSOCIATION::;

GEO. G. CUKKIJS cotton at. 11 cents, when the Southern were forced In In order to rescue the "
PALM BEACH FLA.
Cotton association fixed It at 10 occupants. ,
,' Attorney and Counselloz'.at-Law r
cents. Some say It Is due to the Rumors were circulated early that .
WBST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA weather that spot cotton has reached the fire was the result of Incendiarism .

} tile price fixed by us; some say It Is and was started by negroes In revenge -
-, fl P. KUANK1NO, due to a short crop; some ascribe one for the destruction of a negro

and Counsellor-tit-Law. reason ant some another, but the college by dynamite at that place on
Attorney
overwhelming and unanswerable fact Sunday night last. Later Investigation -
(Office over Bunk.) remains that,' whatever Is responsible however, showed that' there was

WEST PALM BEACH. FLA for Lt, spot cotton has sold for 11 little on which to base the rumors. Sun Pub. Co.

cents per pound during the past week.: The negro population of the town did ( Tropical

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL "Of my own knowledge I can say everything In Its power to stay the ( ,
I that I Snow]: of thousands of farmers, progress of the flames.As .
O. 1IOOI, M. D. throughout the south who, when cot the town had ho fire apparatus, (
11., ton was selling under 11 cents, heldIt It was necessary to use dynamite to ( ''r
PHYSIC4NAND,8UROEON.een for that/ figure, when 11 cents had I check the fire.Smugglers ( t r
;
I over Potlor'l bicycle store. WEST been made the minimum price by
PALM BEACH Bmldnnce near Royal the Farmers' union Bad weather or Promote Dissension. (
Polnclmio Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12-1
,. good, storms or no storms, If the Washington, Oct 19.-Smugglers (
cotton producers had rushed all their are the chief promoters' of political (
f J). B. PUTTER. M. D., cotton on the market the price could Dissension In Santo Domingo, according ( I- .

1aa09 W EST PALM BEACH. FLA. not possibly have been pushed up to to reports received at the state ,
11 cents. Fortunately, however, the department concerning the unsettled (
DENTAL '' Is systematically condition In the little republic, and (
union
Farmers' so
-- organized, that when the convention the failure of revolutionary' leaders to ( ,', cfcc t Ca j 1 Ccaa Ct" 1((ci a, 1"Cca j 1"Cc j 1"Cca j 1"Cct, j rr. a

BH.B.II.MAGY DR.J.N.NENYMAJJ acted thousands accepted Its advice enter Into an agreement to surrender (
and held their cotton until It reached and keep the peace. Monte ,(
Drs. MACY& EWMAN-
the reasonable and just price fixed by phristi Is the headquarters for smugglers (

DENTISTS Ufl, It all shows the advantage of and Is the center from which ( '

I Office in Jefferson Block organization If labor can organizefor all recent revolutionary movements ( ': '/' HE merchant and -
II I BSTPAtM BEACH FLORIDA higher wages, which la Just and have developed. 'It la located near manu -
I right, and If capital can organize to the Haitian boundary, across ,whichIt ( ", ,: '

-- make the public pay more for manu- has formerly been the custom' of ( ,: : \: facturer does not buy
DU' J. B. LIDDY factured articles, why In the name of merchants to smuggle large quanti- ( .., t "

Dentist common sense Is It not just and right !. ties of goods. Since, the United ( .\ .
to organize for their own States has undertaken to oolleot ,the to sell it ,I
Offlco First dixit west of Da Dank. protection and to secure a fair figure customs at Dominican ports a strict ,,'I -
This (la just what 'enforcement of customs duties has (
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WEST 1'ALM\ BfeACll.: FLORDAt for theta product .
Is being done through the Farmers' resulted and smugglers have been ( ,, ; part their equipment ,
MONEY TO LOAN. much annoyed by collectors. .
union r
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IF YOU HAVK PROPERTY THAT "The best thing about our organization .,, \ for business and _
YOU want to Improve and need moneyto ," continued Mr. Barrett. 'Is that Lumber, Firm Form Merger I doing .. _
do It with apply to Oeo. O. Cut tie, try to be reasonable and just. I Lynchburg Va., Oct. 19.-The I -
West we '
Palm Beach recall, for Instance, the time we refused merger of the WlHlams and McKelth-r, I :' 'r' is the only part of the equipment !

to accede to the request of an Lumber company of Lumber, S. I .; _
Harvle Jordan of the South- 0. Apex Lumber company, of Hamlet '
President
GEO. HASLEHDRST & SON ern Cotton association, to raise the N. C.; ,Palmetto Lumber company I that comes under the eye of interested : jJ

sale limit to 16 cents per pound after ; of MoBee, S, C. ; Chatham I ;
Contractors and BuildersP. that association had fixed the priceat ,Lumber company, of Durham, N. C., I '; '

O. BOX 304 11 cents following the exampleset 'rwlth numerous saw mills, 79,000 I ::. people out of their home '

by us a few days previously, whenhe acres of valuable timber 'lands and .' \ \
t t had first fixed the price at 11 two small railways In ,the Carolinas, I :
Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTtfRBRS cents. We felt that It was nnwlso ''with a paid-up! capitalization of I : ,city

and unjust to make a raise from 11 $1,000,000, has been announced, Er- I !i il ,
cents to 15 cents, when he had flxeJ nest Williams of Lynchburg Is presi l
the former figure as jnlnlmum,/ sale dent. J. M. Barr former generalmanager I iJ1
price. Events justified the correct of ,the Seaboard Air Line You Must Have Good Printing ;;' _

ness, of our position, and it would railroad, Is a ,director. Lynchburgwill T We Do That Kind of Printing'r ,
I nave been much better for the farmers be the home once! w
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of: the south if President. Jordan bad n nr nr
GIVE US YOUR ORDER
Freight Shipments,Tied Up
stood by his original' action, as we .
San Francisco, Oct 19.-BTelgnt .
did."As shipments to San Francisco over the \'
today,
. to the exact conditions '.
(
... President Jordan madea southern Pacific have again,been tied
I think that ,
.......... great mistake In Washington a few up. The embargo became effective ;r : The Tropical Publishing Co .
Thursday, an .
days ago If he stated, a published, .
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be received for shipment to San Francisco IMOORIHMATBOPrinting
that the recent reports ot: storms In ,
? OF Oakland forwarded.At '
or yards or
the gulf states were exaggerated andthat and Publishing fi
... of cotton would present over 3,500 cars are, standing ( "
Doors present crop .
, Sash, the Idle on; the tracks. 'Care:; have .
world'shistory.
) be the second largest In the West Palm Beach. Fla.
j Blinds MouldingsAND That statement of President been coming Into the city at the rate ," '"
1'I' Jordan had Instantaneous effect la Its of over 400 every day t

-- by the bear Interests throughoutthe '
use Croker May Visit, United State .
the
Building Material world The market,dropped .
' New York, Oct 19.-In, responseto
followed by a
next day and was :
1l' CHARLESTON, S, C. very drop the day afterwards and the downward a cablegram sent him by the World! l'tcae' l tcc, 4 _
not checked regarding a report that he was to Cca ct, + st Cck ,,
trend of prices was .
' t- Largest Factory South. until further reports of continued bad : visit the United States, Richard Cro- A
ker sent the following message: "I
4 Send for Prices'FOWLER. weather and damage of an extensive
decided'when I will
have not fully
In the
done the crop
already
nature
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sail for America. If I go at all it
1 fields, had the effect of checking. the r '
.. will be about Christmas and only -to
.... BROS. downward' turn. see my friends and J will remain buta
.. "Wa do not want to spread the report short time, There, Is 'no political 'y 'vV ,

.... MACHINE SHOP of: large cotton cropa. Even 11 slgn1 clI.Ic.In! the visit. '
.... \'' It Is true It Is not our business to be ,
.". 1'r, Us SHOINt REPAIRS A SPECIALTY putting the world on notice to that Ute Indians 'Giving Trouble.

j.. d'd'ALL' KINDS of LATHE ,find 8HAPER. WORK effect," Cheyenne Wyo. Oct. 39E Governor ;
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''i, GAS ,ENGrNE, ,SUPpLIEB> Brooks: has telegraphed the Interior West PalmBeachFlaI 1
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1400,000 Fire Lo. department as.king for feJeral .
FOR. .SALE': Bordeaux. France, Oct. 19.-A de- troops to aid la preserving order and ,
.. 11 pct. flllc .
'N'e"t Ferry \' m st: if d ,4I
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YtirLady] Friends Are. ClothesjCritics.M >_ CUBA IS SWEPTR Cuban Defaulter I. Heard From at :' ,We rtid/e B Builcimg'JVlafcemE. I

Porto Cab< BY SEVERE, STORM .
Now York. Oct. 19.-The steamer

f ihlp Carmallna, with Manuel Sllvelra i. YOU NEED IT

the Cuban banker whose recent dls- .

Cable Communication Broken appearance from Havana was said to '
,brought about the failure of Co 'I
have
I I Cant We Get :
By Cyclone. balloa.& Co. his wife and two children Together ?

steamed Into Curacao a week .
INCREASING ago last Sunday according to Captain -
STORM IS IN FURYIt
Dennett and several of the passengers | EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. i
and the crew of the steamer

( i ; I I I. More Than Likely That Storm Bulia: of the Red D. line which WEST PALM HEACIT l<'LefllrANNN

Has Caused Heavy Damage In Cuban reached here from Curacao and Venezuelan
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ports
Capital-Heavy Rain .and WindStorm .. 1e1e/11
.H. B. Chase a representative of a -- -
on Coast of Florida. lumber company of this city, who returned -
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JS Zulla from LA Quayara, Florida East Coast
New York Oct. 19.--Cable. communication on the Railway'LocaJ
said the Carmelina put into Curacao
t Ir Irl \ with Havana which was Time Card No. 61. In I Effect
: Interrupted late Wednesday night had early on Sunday Oct. 7, and left on September 16, 1906.NORTHBOUNDROAD. ,

\\l / ill's i, not been restored at an early hour the forenoon of the following day SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. Up t

Thursday. The break was undoubtedly after taking on coal l, and ostensibly liD.99 .Ne. 28 STATIONS. No.
/ : \ caused ,by a severe storm which, for Porto Caibello. Ila Sully Ddl1 78 N.Dn II
"I ,curious to look WPm !!Oam L..J""k Wont e..A "
._ swept over Cuba and which was discovered was enough up e. 99Bam .. ........... SouLl1 Jaok. \e.............Lv 7Vpn, 8116
the Havana operator just the Carmellna's passenger list," said .7fspmalpm 10408m .................8Ao".Uo.' ................. BOhs
by .. aBptn
Mr. Chase "and I found the names of 4 a9pm 11 J8a\ll .................IIB>iUnp., ............... II Una.
before communication. was lost, bav- e 08pm 11 lll\am\ ...............,E..C 1."lotka.....,.......... 112Op"81po, eve. .
Silvelra, his wife and two other Sll- wpm !200m A..J' YRiIi".L. 'tBrpw -'
reached
I ing cyclonic proportions. velras, presumably children. I was ... 7. _48pm_ 11 lOam L....................al..tka ......;-..... ......Ar II 4&PIU' 65i. :
women are When you're in their Press dispatches received early on -e 126paa .. Ar................gau Mateo..L.---- :: 0 N..
MOST cornea society your perSonal Wednesday night stated that the hurricane told that they landed at Curacao saying _.......... .laam Lv.....,...........San Mitten.................Ar,_ S'rpm: ::: .0...
I bey havingsyourNwar'droTherefore our own in' the Cuban that they were going to New "I m "1f fpm .................. tunuo 1..A -
with rain prevailed
measures reproach by to York, probably on the Zulla. I learned 14pm Ii 4Op. w...................Impollt.. ................ ...r 4 "" [ and special order by .- capital and __ States In !! that they shortly'lIterwarc8 wentto }o i r :............. ...Daytona ................. 8 I'' 4
t I admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothes much discommoded. 10Mp. "OOpm A. ..............New5/ovirne.. .......... ..... S I'.n, 487..m
} to order for men thousands of miles has attained degree of Later the Havana. operator told strange that they should go to New 1110a.- 4 Npm it............... !oak... .. !".._............ T 0nlnn'. 8 4Pam,
1 away a York from ,Havana by way of Cura- 1 8lipm :..... .. '............. ..).. 19 r,' l-iQ"
y t perfection never before dreamed of. In a few days from the time Key West,that the storm bad Increased 11 408\11 II Wpm .' ......Orange' C-IIIy.JnnotIrn.:......... 124,1""I "n 05upm.
you select the cloth and the style you.;wish, your suit or overcoat is In fury and that the storm was cao."Nobody 104 m 101'111 ..v,.................Now"rl"................K r euq.ln'w 1ttp'
Lack from back attention the 9 .,.. ..Onk / .
much to U
Taylor-on paid lC1pm Wpm 11ll..L"
If your leveling the Inland wires leading from I1 siLm B.IOIm .... ,................TI "v.lle.................. .. 10 1101'0'// ii ,. '.m
'I ... TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL HIS TAILORING the cable. house. Then follows an Carmelina said Mr. Cha.se. "be It-lgam 61if1pm M ..................anurnrd,. ...,..............1Lv II'', pn __ '111
entire break In the telegraphic cause none of us knew anything about S BOI"n l1/iam/) L. ..................SxnruM........,....... .. .r. "Lni"'" a ''Imi
; We show samples and take measures communication Sllvelra or ;his connection with the --rflITPm 810p.n Lv.. ... ..............171uxvfte.........,;: --7 ,1"ln tl r.' '?'m
and up to 9,0'clock,, on a Slam B .. ,........ b .............. 'I 1'1' ,i
Thursday morning the wire failure of Ceballos & Co." 12IHaln B 6tpm ": .................alnualud rh.'{ ....... ........, .. 1 1'l i\ u'0
FINE LINE GENTS' FURNISHINGSI. connection Subsequently the story was 101am 'lI'pm ..............1'011 (Ann o.......:........... "I 'm 7 t ,.a
had nqt been restored: same ; 11Nam! 411O\lm\ .. .............lIlolbourn.. ................ "l' 1470a,
I told by Captain Bennett who said herecognfced .n. ........... .... .. 7Pin/ 1 ","a
1MIam/ 1110\1111\ .. t Ita\ more than likely; the storm the :p/Nent I 8 OOpm' .. ..................I GORn01. has caused damage |IA Havana and Carmelina {as she same: 805am Illfipm ................lr, b..l..co..:....,.,..,.. 105 roa' Ii I OOn'l
Into Curacao and. supposed she was 8 5Oem 887pm ...................'.1111".11'................ to ,,,nn, :;'P"
its vicinity. 88l\am\ II 41p. ....................Y.den................... *10 nnm Lrrt:! II 10ll'n'
Key West reported that a heavy short of coal. 8 40Rm II 46pm ........ ..a.... Jon.811..........,..... .. 100"11 1\\ 0rjna
1 nerchant Tailor West Palm Beach. Fla a Slam .Bli7pm ...................8tuarl........... ....... .. !IU 1\\ '''
OOnm .
rain and wind storm had reached the slam 12inn: ...............Kobe Mnllllll, ,........... 10"op."
Florida" coast. 'OPOSSUM BITE! FATAL. 4 40am 74"l'm ................\\e.CJuT.I..r.. .'............ Plie"0 IN. Ill 2"1''"
/ I1l6am 81r.pm ..............We.tl.al..Uuacla..............., ,, oIIm....I Ir ''J"a I
II 4ft"n, 8 41J\m .............. ..lloyntun........It 4.,.... U ipm'' '
Review' of Weather Condition. Young Man Me..U Death In Most Unusual a slam 8 Clpm<' .............. .........,.. .. 8 H I d,,,n OOII"q
8 ......,......FortlauderdaIo.. "'n ": ''I'"
4Ham 4ol.m \ ,.. ....... ,
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Washington, Oct. 19.-Fhs general Way. 8117..m. 0 7pln ............,.......Ialll.-.,.,. ........... 7WNn., ,, ""I"q
review of weather conditions Issuedby Indian Springs Ga. Oct. 19.- 700" I .11 / < ............Ifni lnudnle....,.."... .. III. n 7 "Prn'"
7Ntam 10 twpm ............... ? ""I '{
the weather bureau Thursday says: Death from the bite of a 'possum Is .7 !lOam 108ulm Ar ......,.....!.Lemonclty.l.r...Mlumi....,.,,.. .. ...Sv II ," 11 I 7llpn",,'
8 :
"A tropical dletunbapce,0f small the fate that overtook young Will 8 mom ,......... .. L.J.................. )11"011.,0. \. .....atom..... 'nPm[
J1- 1010.14 ........... Ar;. ...,.,.......Jlueroatuec.'' ............,. Lv........ t- ,
I ameber but of Thompson while on wpm.&tlret .
great severity In and Nut( a 'possuiu.hunt. I?

A near the vortex passed over Sand ParlorCeri on trains 2(1nDcJ 78. JlulTot 8101lnll\ Can 00 Jreln. 00 and -
? sj10LE5f Key and Key-West, Fla. at 2 o'clock The young man is a son of Dutch t-lJlllly ezeupt-Sunday-. . ? j

Thursday morning, the maximum: Thompson one of the most prominent H .231 I No.21 No. II O.U xa.1T, -N ":
wind velocity\ at the first named station and highly respected farmers of Butts Sunday Sunday 0.11, heapt MAY PORT BRANCII.. .Ne laU Snndy a 0, II" ,t#
ty 0':1:
Onlr
only b,
f being 72 miles per hour. The county. Accompanied by a party of __ Sunday. Oalr,,
disturbance Is now apparently central half a dozen young men friends he :9 I Wpm 10lOftm e 10pn. 90011m Lv..Jaekrnnvlllo.p. Arno',,,''' ,
'
i 081'01 101HIl' a IlIp' 9l8am ....South Juch..vlillJ ,,, 111
1 I off the southeastern Florida coast, went out in search of 'possums and 1140pm 101lO.m 81111pm OellRn, ........I'.hln !hegnh." ... ,.,"tv.., i I" '', "'l i: In
114f.pm 10 "' ..m 8 Mp", 0 h'nl .... .'on ""n
.i\tl".IIIIII.'Ich..., a
the ,
moving north-northeast. on outskirts of Flovllla the dogstreed 7lr''n' 11 r
Wpm 11 loam 'JOpm to 00.....711 f.n....Mnyport..L(' / 1"1,,, II 11
F one and the young men gathered .- -

Cincinnati Campaign, 0.Fund, Oct., Sued 19.-An For, accounting it around cracked and hewed. at the trunk until PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CTOMXTU'g; ;/ AT n1;! m.!

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I of -the sum of 1170,013a1- As the tree in its fall neared the Close Conneitlon: Made at Miami "with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Cormnnj.

leged to be the amount of the Republican ground the 'possum sprang from the Havana and Key West.

campaign fund for last :year branches and lighting on the shoul ; SOUTHBOUND NOITHBQUIiO_ -

In this city was demanded In a suit ders of Mr. Thompson burled its LvIITAMT..TueIAay.Sntnrdaya..114Optn. L. VAN..1'httr"IIIj": J / '
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filed by Louis H. Keuez, a former teeth in the ...KEY WFrVT..Wefln\ laya.Suu ayI. Oupm ArKKY \VhHf .riinrMlinLV ,
young man's neck at the LvK1CYwIOT..Wedneedaya..S: 'I'm'
Wpm KICY\\Jo.jiT.Thllr..lu\ ,
city employe who says he contrib : base of the brain and crunched his At HAVANA.......Tbumlayi...._.. 8 0am ArhlIAv1I..FrkleynTn): ,. I It I ',.U 9'p.' iin'

V_ uted $18 to the fund. The petition spinal cord killing him I.nata.ntly.The -
Additional SalUnga between Key West and
tlavana.Ltlrrrrwmr..ltoudgalhld.y. .
asks for an accounting and for the
4 dog caught the 'possum and; : ...... SOprn. I ...
distribution among the contributors ol CvIIAVANA.Tnmdnyavett ,1.> "I' n aa
killed It and '
in the
NOWRSADY: darkness and excitement ArSIAVANA..Tuedaye.Batutdayr..68tWm | ,y.lCJIYWEil..Tu..da.IU11; I .q
$140,000, believed
to have
been In it was not noticed that Mr.
hand 'when the campaign expenses Thompson Trains Discharge Passengers/: at Shlp'a Side, No 'Transfers.from .
was seriously> hurt until
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were paid.\ The finance committeeand members of the party went with Tb_TlnnTublmshowthallmouatwrhlch. tr\Hi. : be oxrwrted! to arrlru- al. on

.- -- Its Individual members are made torches to raise him from where he tosU4bblOomp the aer.ralltatioM...nttobehaldreapnadble but tbetr arrival(,or ranydulsyaorenyewtaequoneenrln. |.".. mar i the Hunt aced 'la n ., "I t

defendants. The petition gives among had fallen, and it was seen that death : .115.
i. the alleged contributions the sum of had ensued from the bite For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

.. 90,00"6 .) 'Unzs = $8,250 from federal employee $625:! "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

from state officials from private corporations Burton Ordered to Prison. J. D.. RAHNBR. Asst. Oen'J Pass Art., ST. AUrillSTI' '

V'alt.... $59,500, and from publicservice Washington. Oct. 19.-The man-
])cdntlng: Rafter Ranging: Graining: : and steam railways 50000. date of the supreme court of the United -

nisJiingt: : JZalaomfning: and Glazing: The tuft ,was filed in the common States in the case of former United -

pleas court. States Senator Burton under
< ; All Work Hr..t Cla. a,4 LaaV Your Ordar atAtlantic Two conviction and sentence
More Bodies Found. for a violation
a\laral\tl.ci S4hrel.eicka tor.Wast Mobile Ala.. Oct. 19.-Information of his oath as a senator, was

was received Here issued Wednesday by the clerk of the
1'' I early Thursday
]}ar7n 13oa.o.h. from Dauphin Island on the court. The document is directed 'to

: south coast, near Mobile reporting the United States circuit court for the

_ the finding of two more bodies of eastern district of Missouri and merely -

white men of persons drowned to the notifies that court of affirmance of yyJ9Feelye"

September tropical hurricane. The 'its judgment by the supreme court, 4'

---- --- bodies were found near the stern of This is a notice to the trial court that '
v. the schooner' Olivia of Mobile but it is at liberty to execute Its sen

were so badly decomposed that they tenoe. j'

Coast Line were not recognizable.Four .

Want Work on Road Discontinued.
Men
Drowned.Plttsburg .
I lIons Kong Oct 19.-A has
report
Oct. 19,-A houseboat
'' fflorida GcoraiaJ1Za"bama Virgfnia and skiff, containing eight men, been received from Canton that the
were board of commerce at Pekln had telegraphed -
swept over Herr'a Island .

1y' ]forth ((; .rolina '" '" South ((JaroZfna i it Allegheny was' reported river four early of Thursday the dam men In'had and the the of viceroy the construction requesting of a discontinuance the-

f been Whampoa ,railway on account of the
drowned, as no trace of
them representations that the 1Qnr ,
projected
could be found jr0
when
: the boats _
The Great Highway of Travel From caught. Later were line was opposed to the Kow Loon-
however the missing Canton
Florida-East West North South men reported to the :police all having railroaJ. The viceroy: fe-
reached shore safely. piled, it Is sold, that he"was unwilling -

-- to discontinue the work for the

Can Pull 225 Cars. reason that the commencement of the

.f New York Oct. 19.-The Erie .Whampoa 'road was anticipated\: by Four 'failings Each Week Between

To The East, The Famous :. Railroad has announced that an order -, the owners of the Kow Loon !line. JACKSONVILLE NEW YORE

had been placed for three of the

qrzorida and IJ&cst Indian imf ca. =: heaviest and most powerful freight First Annual Convention. Call1nif Charleston' .:C:, both wa,..

: locomotives ever designed. 'They will Memphis? Tenn'.'Oct. 19.-Thurs- THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN' TBM: COASTWISE SERVICE

k and Jtfert YoCr1 Qxpross j: each' weigh, In excess of 200 tons,. day the twenty-first annual conven THE CLYDE LINES
:
.' : have 16 driving wheels a tractive' tion' of the Brotherhood of St. An- NEW. ENGLAND AND SOLTIIJGIIN

-- J : power of 98,000 ,pounds and will be drew assembled In Memphis over 200 Direct Bcrrln Between
: able to pun a train of 228 loaded' delegates from all pants+ of the United JACKSONVILLE. :BOSTON AND PROVIDBNCE: ,

: freight cars 'on a level track. States'befn& present. Bishop Thomas AND ASa. EASTERN; POINTS..

To The West --- F. Caller welcomed the delegates Calling; at Charleston toth wars. .
Negroes ,Try to Lynch liII'': II.WlIKJ.Y!: !: BAIUMAS.
and theGfilyor "Zi:) cio Shreveport La., Oct. 19.Negro.-Caley and preached the anniversary sermon was Southbound ,. '' From Lewis' Wharf Bostnn
.J 1ontgomcry Routo ; } Nelson a negro who was arrestedat rector of by Christ Rev :Peter Gray Bears. Northbound From fool of Catherine Street J&chonvill

Marouge, La., for criminal church Houston CLYDE ST. 'JOHN RIVER LINE
assault Tex. A business i
meeting ,
;. T ; 'pia'trant" Z a Monroe on *..young for 'negro girl, was taken to In the afternoon. was held Between Jacksonville and danford.
safety An
attempt
was Stopping it PsUtka, Astor, St.. Francis Beresford DsLsnd) and
(
made to lynch Nelson ,
.
Pullman Cars And Through Coaches On All Trains race and he was rescued by with his dim-own II Killed, Son and'Self. Intermediate LaarJIngs on the St. Johns River

culty.' Chicago, Oct. 19.-Bernard 'Clohr Steamer City of Jacksonville

a Russian laborer shot and 'fatally'wounded .ppaUtad to
I 4tlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all Drank Wood Alcohol lids son, 21 years of age, Ruturnlnu,leave Sanford.itondarVpMtn.a>litv. :unit Frlilurm. 11JW: ..m. _
points via all trains as far east as Washington Ncroross. Ga., Oct. 19.-Pomp and then Committed'suicide by: --. -u -'

and as far west as St\.Louis, Cincinnati New Henkle Is dead from drinking wood lowing carbolic acid. The' 'son had Sonthbound Read do.... 9ahedula '. "'. \IIorlhboon,1 sad "p.

Orleans; rats $25 atoohol. He entered a doctor's office prevented Clohr from killing his I.e.. a 7o pal. .... .....r......... .... JACESONVri.LR:. ,,., ,'i:.,.'f.. .,.,...... ...Arri..t. am
.ff.
and seeing a bottle labeled alcohol mother, and the. father, enraged at .". 45 pm..y.. ... .................PAl.ATltA.. r'w.4'' Yia." .. ... L.a.eQmPm
d CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER drank: a quantity of the poisonous\ this,' entered his son's roor* while the .. 3 ooam"t.,......:. ia......... A8TOil. ...(...! ....!..)....',!.. :.... .. .
stuff and latter lay ) 93nam. .... .......... '' r l..pd
as. a result he i s a corpse. asleep anti shot him twice h "'.PRANCIS. .... .. .
SForfulland detailed',information regarding In the back ---, .. ...... ....,. ,B1SEMSFOiID4D.LND/.r! ) ... .. roopPl

rates Pullman reservation schedules call on Train Reported Wreaked Arrive... I -... .-........r....... ,_"sANPOaa .. ,. .,... .- 1nonm
''your ,nearest: (ticket agent or write, Oklahoma] City. 'Ok,, Oct. 19.-A .$450,000, Ovoid Coln. t4) 00". ...................__............. '.. ?' .. '..r."..-. ':,[, .............,. ..... -n

BANK C. BOTMTOW, W. D.STAKH, that special the to Atchison the Times-Journal says New.,York. Oct. 19.-The stmmCnwnnlts General Passenger and TI ..Office,...822"!.W.: Bay jacfcapnv"1': i

District. Vmumugor A....' Tr...Paa..A..... P'e' Topeka and ,Sante ,.,. :which arrived r Thursday I'\f.] IRONMONGIJC Jr"'AM'. U.n't Peas UrS'Wen. U"1 *.. .. j
t '.............vlll'r!,Fl*.\ .' ". passenger. train No' II. reported from',.BrecQim.brought $ IIO.009:la W.4,000PgRJr.'yr.l5A5--' AlP .cty'IAIYaLLaaVM.r'4O \" ,
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qH'"n 'fit- f m ". 'yb. 'w:..."',,::." '1.\..,y1F'r't"a: : K:' 4 wrecked Ht Par-U.U." TV No'deps ta ". "."4 eRfn+ as .es, U .t Rr00wP. i Nr't 1pi.1\ f
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TUB TROPICAI SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, lilOB! ( 1' <\C\1\; FIVE sr

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COOKED WIFE AND SERVED HER. ,

Further Detail-of Atrocities 'of the ESS-TEE-DEE "! G. G. Strohm Company I I

--.. King of Annam.

Marseilles, France/ Oct. 19.-Tl 1fl
" mall advlcos which reached here

I, Wednesday from ludo China brought FAMILY GROCERIES ;
1 11Y another and more revolting story of

the doings of King Thanh-Thai of An Fancy Food Products
nam, showing that he went to the extent c '

; of cannibalism. After killing one i WILL CUREDANDRUFF
akW of his wives he caused the body'to 1! Grain and Provisions.

be cooked and served up fo,' dInner, ]

forcing his entourage to eat it under i I,

pain of death. I JEFFERSON BLOCK 'n '
Powder Some of the king's wives were';I

bound and burned with oil) and sub-i i
). i Jected to'other cruelties, w'hila'" naked I I West Palm Beach, Florida ; ,

women were thrown into the cages of
ABSOLUTELY PURE wild beasts, where they were devoured I I "wuwa.vy.. t '

before" the eyes of the king.
I ..
Healthful cream of tartar derived Finally the French authorities steppedin --- -
from
solely and made a prisoner of Th nh- ....._ __. u-_ ..
grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active Thai, who had been adjudged Insane '

principle Powder. of every pound of Rdyal Baking by staff Dr. Duman of the French, colonial i 17 FABER BR0S.

" "The royal guard" 'has been disbanded -

". Hence' it is that Baking Powder the palace bo's'' been placed SELL ONLY THE PUREST
- of 150 native
remarkable under the'protection ,
renders the food
.1 both I
"- for its fine soldiers and the terror-stricken inmates I

1"a... flavor and healthfulness. of the palace have been. rescued' 1- GROCERIES MEHTSZAPF
a. from further sufert-,d. The
asAa. No alum majority' of the latter were women
. no phosphate-which are the a West Palm Beach
.; principal elements of the so.caUedche who bore the marks of revolting tor- BLOCK OPPOSITE FERRY
.,. p i
aa tures. (1 Gasoline and
baking powders-and which are derived ( A / '

4-. from bones, rock and sulphuric acid. Will Try Peonage Casa. H, Oil Delivery .11 Post Card Will Bring Our Order Man to Your 1
. New York, Oct. 19.-The cass of (
'4m C. O. Swartz, arrested 'July 27, Door. Give Us a Trial ,,

'IIIIII charged with peonage., will be brought _______._ __._ -- -....-- -----.,- ii /"
ii ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK before the federal grand Jury< here ,.
iiIII when Assistant State's Attorney ( CLrL7C1rLZE1wf: Sr. -- -- -- --- --- 1 .l

u, Pottle In the prosecution, ant( for Houston will produce his witnesses, t/V WVt/tVfe 'VVVVVVVVVV'* III $300,000 FIRE : the defense Johnson & Johnson and I the chief among them being Mrs. 'i';
11\ Jack Barron of Grays and John T. Mary O. Quackenboah an attorney, ,
''.Inn' Mien of JUlledgevllle will appear who made the complaint that causedthe J !
! : Beautiful LotsIn
.'' ii -BIRMINGHAM I 1 employment arrest of agency Swartz.' and'Swartz was charged ran an I Hang, Up }

' Demobilizing M pehurlan' .
'QQ Petersburg, Dot U.-Army.St. The final with enticing thousands of young men I... Your Card.

Q, Four Firemen Injured Fighting sia's step In great the Manchurians demobilization of Rus turpentine to go south camps: under, to false swamps pretenses of Florida to- I and Our Wagon The New Railway Addition ;''ji'

QQ army was I lumber' mills, copper, coal'and
QQ
Flame taken
4ku. Thursday when on order was
of them
phosphate! mines. Numbers F Will Do The Rest
published disbanding the
'staff of the
a and returned north full of
escaped
a a LOSSES, E, PARTIALLY INSUREDFire daily army designated of !the far, east whose oa it Is om'I''I I I fever and broken In health. When .<:f.iiiU.'m To the City of West Palm Beach. '

a Swartz was held In $3,000 ball on _....
Convenient to
a General Grodekoff, was latelyrelieved. decided -- -- -- Bridge, Ferry Rail-
27- Mrs. Quackerubosh
Raged In the Business Districtof July
a Only a corps commander will to go south and investigate. In the road station and to the business part t
0n the City For Over Six Hours, remain' Manchuria until the Completion she visited the I n'5'
weeks' trip 4
I of the evacuation of that ter seven of town. Prices Low and Terms r,
For Sale
n Doing Enormous DamagOrlgin of carpps mentioned In the evidence, sawthe Factory
I, Blaze Is.Not Known. ritory. The Russian troops In Siberia peonage system in' operation and Easy. A good discount will lie allow'i
are already
on a pence footing
'. returned suffering from fever, but : IN WEST PALM BEACH ed for (Cash
Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 19.-Fire with 46 affidavits.
which brake out In 'the C-story ,buildIng Large Lumber Company Assign I (;:i:tI

of the Prowell Hardware. company Valdosta, Ga., Oct. 19.-The J. Temperance Union to Bualneee.Boston I
A on First avenue, near Nineteenth F. Bailey company a corporation doing : Mass.. Oct. 19.-The actual JIE Victor Talking I $ For plats and Information' apply to 4 l

I street, caused a loss -.estlmated In'the a large lumber business in this business of the triennial conven- ;{d. Machine is a regular WALLACE R. MOSES '
'" neighborhood of 300000. fclty, foiled Wednesday, George L. tloVof' the world's Woman's Christian ,
IAm In addition to the destruction of the Patterson, ''beg' appointed receiver. Temperance union in this city was Sunshine Factory $
Florida East Coast Land
Agent Railway Department.
Prowell Hardware company's store The company's' "liabilities are placedat began Thursday. An early forenoon ," X There are no r,

n and stock, the Birmingham Drygoodg $25,000 and its assets are nomi- devotional service in the Park Street when West Palm Beach, Florida. $
company' 3-story building on Nineteenth nal. Saw mill men in this state and church was followed by the openingof dull days you i ir

street and Morris\ avenue, almost in Florida are theprincipal creditors. the convention proper In Tremont have one in your'home. % %'%'%%.%%.iiAbA ,,.
,. directly beyond the hardware The recent decline in the price of temple the :!el hates being called bo
bouse was burned. Thla Building lumber. Is said .to.have contributed to order by Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens Come and hear a few

was occupied by W. B. Sterriberger's the company's failure. of Portland Me.', rice, president'! songs: by the great opera t UD.i? rQQ.itWO.u DUG tm".J ,.i ,
cafe, the Alabama Paper and Printing at large of i'he world's Woman'sChristian
D, company and th
e goods company.The Hamilton, Ga. Oct. 19. -The president Lady ''Ht.iry Somerset being funny sayings chi
Chalifoux building, I 6 stories jury, after eight hours"consideration, detained at home by Illness, Mrs II WHEN YOU WANT'I
tjgh! and occupied by a large clothIng returned a verdict 'of not guilty in Stevens will preside throughout the '
. store and numerous offices, was the case of the State versus John convention. "Thursday evening there
I In the thick:} of the conflagration but McGee, who was charged' with the was a public meeting: in the Tremont a A 1t, ,
nice driveA
Buggy or Carriage to take a
sustained small damage. murder of Joe Hasty temple at which addresses were The Best' Machine On Earth ,
t The Prowell Hardware company'sstock made by prominent delegates. good Saddle Horse for a cinter or exercise

..I was valued at $170,000 and fix- Recruits For Striker. To See It Is To Buy It Goods Delivered or Hauling of pay kind done, call on
tures 925,000. Houston, Tex. Oct. "/,Further Pressed Gun Agaln, Head. +
The building owned by II. H. May- recruits to the strike of the Brother Moultrle. Ga. Oct. 19.-Mlnsey I THE If
berry was, valued at 150,0004. hood of Railway Clerks on the South May, a successful farmer of the Rob- I AT I

Other losses were 'W. B, Stern- ern Pacific makes about 300 men out inson district of this county killed I .Lake Worth Produce Co. STABLE THAT
. in his home, with
himself a
berger, $8,000; Alabama Paper and on this division. A meeting.was held)
Printing company, $10,000; BIrming- Sunday, but the attendance was slim gun the muzzle of whlcfli was 8hot-j fW 'TREATS YOU RIGHT
Fresh Fruits and Produce Received
forehead he
his pull-
ham Drygoods company, stock and oa account of bad weather. ed against
building, 40000. \ ed the trigger. He had stated to
Bakers of Bread to Eat
Dally 1
As nearly as can be ascertained the his family that, except for leaving J c Dogs Guns and Guides furnished for Hunting Parties y.

Insurance amounts to. about three- Atlanta Negro, Oct.Killed' /by.-While Elevator.cleaningthe them alone,, he would take his life it We"send drivers with you if you wish jp '
fourths of the loss. and when, breakfast was announcedhe i
brass on tae carriage of one .of Horses are hoarded agd well taken care of
Four firemen '< remained behind. Soon the sun
were hurt' by an extension the elevators In l Candler Transients fed time ;3
e building, at any
WILSONMANUFACTURER 1 1a
ladder falling/(:. They are W. Watklna was tired and his wife, who rushedin L. A. '
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T. Long T. O. Robinson C. W. George a negro was killed the room, found him dying. Mr. WB SELL WOOD and deliver it to you
almost instantly by the falling of
Leake and Ed Keith. Long and Robinson a May was the father of Mrs.! Perry OF
in the elevator shaft.
are badly Injured and all are weight Norman about whom\ Derwood Hard- Boots and Shoes CAriPBELMS MONROE 1i
In the !hospital( wick: was killed Sunday night by r.t r
The Furniture Manufactory Burns. VIrgil Norman, the woman's father- i k .t
department tough the flames In All Kinds of Leather
for more than six hours. Cincinnati O., Oct. -*. Fire com- in-law. The affair/ seemed to worry Repairing One Block North of.Bank. West Palm Beach Florida417UiM"m t'u' 1
pletely destroyed the John F. De- Goods Neatly Done,
The Ore was In the cenOr of the the man very much and probably
Camp company,, manufacturers of.teambOat rU.Jt"V".d 'UUD WU
leading business brought on Insanity.
district and directly .
across the street from the largo Mor- furniture, early Monday Indian Tanned BncMin S ,' t'la'
rla hotel Loss $50.000; partly Insured. American Bankers' AssocIatIon.

The origin Is unknown. St. Louis, Oct. id.-Clastic cur and Horsehide ShoeFOR
I CURES CHILLS AND FEVER.G. rency reform constituted the 'para- 4
mount topic at Thursday's session of TENDER FEET
Steamer Touched at Wlllemetadt. W.\Virt Texas West Palm Beach
,Nacogdocbes, says: '
the convention of the American Bank. Olive St. North of New Jefferson Blo
Willemstadt Island of Curacoa, "His nad chills and fever
daughter 'era' association. Several efforts were
Oct. 19.-The Cuban steamer Carme-
Una three years; be could not find anythingbat ; made Wednesday by different dele- .
which 2
left Havana Oct. ostensibly Transfer
gates to bring the subject before the FOR SALE, Company wp
for New York, ''having onboard would helD her till he used Herb.no. *
convention for discussion and action, Ir'
Manuel Silvelra, of Silvolra & His wife will not keep house w ilh but counter efforts were successful lathwarting
Co., bankers, of Havana* and the My place here known as "CERES," 25 B. F. CARTER, Manager
much for It.;
out it, and cannot say too this purpose'for the day in '
representative. In Cuba of J. M.\ CeUllos acres, railroad runs through it; fronts on
5oc. Sold By A. G. Rlel el. order that routine reports might be Stables and Yards
Street Near Poinsetta
& Co. ,. of New York, who recently presented. There was not sufficient Loxabatchee river'opposite railroad station Banyan ,
assigned with 'large liabilities, ; six room dwelling two room pack- '
HUMAN BLOOD MARKS.A time for the submission ot all the
touched at this port Oct. 8, and subsequently .
.reports and a number' went over until Ing house, both old; most of land clear-
lett here for Puerto Cabello, tale of horror 'was told by marks of ed five in fine condition
Thursday, ; acres pineapples : '
Venezuela whence it Is reported the human blood in the home of J. W Williams fertilized and good for 1,000 crates THE RELIABLE STABLES '
party proceeded Caracas. The merchant of Bac
a well known ,
Alcohol Company Organized next season; price$Joco. Will exchange
Cannelina. called here again Oct. 16, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years ago I ... '
but New York Oct. 19. The Indus for! West Palm Beach or Miami Improved
remained outside the harbor. Her
bad of the lungs '
hemorrhages
severe trial Alcohol company. is the name of property..
captain communicated with the sTOre i
and was near death when began{ taking the company organizing to handle the
and, the steamer afterwards proceeded Dr. King's New Discovery It completely denaturized alcohol business of theDistillers' HAL P. HARDIN 'fot'tses and 'Cat'ttriagesFor ,
supposedly for Havana. A
mannamed '
and I have remained well Securities
cured me company It bag .
Plno, whose Identity was not, aloe."* It Hemorrhages, been Incorporated 1 with a capital of JUPITER FLA. t
established, formed one...of .Siivetra'a ever cures I hire by" the hour, day week or month. Freight unloaded'and
Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bron- $18,000,000, of which 18,000,000 Is -
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delivered. Special! facilities for moving heavy freight.
chills, and is the only known cure for preferred and $12,000,000 common I :;

Weak: Lungs. Every bottle guaranteed F. M' Harrison, who la a. director of Bros. Co. Omnibus and Stylish Carriages meet every train. Baggage ik
Haddock Trial l at' McGinley
; Gray
the American Distributing company, ;
Macon by all., Druggists. joe and $r oo. Trial All orders receive
Oa. | Oct. J9'-4Ta# trial of a subsidiary o( the Distillers' Securities transferred. prompt attention.
Alonzo Haddockon .charge of bottles free. company is slated for the pres I
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murder for the killing tof Bon-ell Buah: idency. ", Leave Orders for Our'' Carriages t ,

a.t Haddocks. ''Ga.v last spring, began 1.DFyIL'S ISLAND TORTURE .

Thursday In.:Jones"superior court, Is no worse than the terrible, case of 1'ilea Will Honor Mrs. Davis. UNDERTAKERSEMBALMERS
at drays, da. A bailiff/ was sent to that afflicted me 10 years. Then I was Waco Tex. Oct. 19.-Mrt. J. B. r
Macon to look for Manila Thompson, advised Bucklen'a'Arnica Solve. IMbrell, president of the Texas division SDAND4IF i.BIIDDED
to apply :
young woman who was said to haven of the Daughters of the Confederacy '- GRAFTED
and less than box permanently curedme
a
I an Important witness for the de has called on camps In Texasto 5 Mulgoba MangQ s.
tense Plans have!! bun made> for 'a writes' L. S. Napier:, of Bugles, ky hold memorial services: next Sun-
fight of unusual, Interest. The' civil JIest alt wounds, Burns and Sores like day afternoon In honor of !Mrs. Jef- !Largest Collection of Crotons ta the United States. Palms, ]Phyllan i

j j Business of the court: has been cleared magic. 250 at all drullll.ta.PeWitt's : ferson Davis. Camps of confederate j thus, etc. All pot grown. Full I Line ofCltrus Stock ''

;, .td!: everything will be- ready for the Witch Veterans are asked to join In these Parlors Oppos'ty Hcaenie Temple I grown on High Spruce) Pine Land. Address }

)I WLdiWck..td .I... .JuJ&.J'ohA..P., Reasl NaaaL,.Salve exercises- wherever po lJle. L JOHN ,BEACH .- ,-. West Palm Beach. Florida i I
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PAGE SIX THE 'IUOPH AI. SUN, WEST PALM\ BEACH, fLORIDA SATURDAY; OCTOBER, : SO, J 190{} 6

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paragraphs ofInterest A new record un made for the shipment Day Telegraph Operator It Fatally .
of Ir\p.rll1',, [ 1-0111!! L-e,, iforSeptetIOJer. ;; Shot at Jonesboro. ,I
Local Even ilu heavy .shipment-) Jon*'Mini)'o, C a? O<'t. ]Id(],--Will 0. I
of two years age have Ijfen surpassed h\ White, dm telegraph! tipiiuioi[ of the SIRKIN CO.OVRSTRQNO I II
r' a good: iimrxm,, The steamers of the Central lallroad at tills place, was fatally I I
Victims flamed at McGiuley Brothers Mengc line have '>eeo busy bringing'( shot Sunday night at 9.15: II
i Cotupaii: down fruit from the Caloosa o'clock In the telegraph office by Will I
1 hatchee upper B. Lee, a young man about 20 years _.-,,=:,-,,___._"- ---7--' =_ _____
and the Orange river, ard turn 1
'rnl1lllg Machines and Records, al')
mal ing It over to Agent J. J. Wolf, ot the old.White I
t at Idiier & Son's. tf was in the telegraph office
A. C L, who fins his hands full now
lying' in a hammock and Lee walked LINE .
4 Mr. and Mrs. Cbas 0. Kendall are making up the special orange freight Into his Qt Dce and tried to pull him
;' V moving Into the lake front cottage of leaving here datly at 5 p m. Most of.I out, and White jokingly, told him i ,
f Mr. A. Nilson in (the southern part of the the fruit was being shipped by buyers to get away and let him alone. Lee Stronger'This Year Than Ever "
city who wanted the early fruit of Lee county walked to the office door and shield- \ ,
1 to supply customers East and West lag himself from While, drew his "1; .'';-} ., '
Attention la called to the announcement The fruit i is well matured, and while a pistol and fired, the bullet striking /C\IJR Winter Shipment of 'Blacks ,
of Braunlng Bros., which appears little green l is far enough along to take White In the left arm just above the Kirschbaum Cloth- I + 1 and Blues for the local store
on the third page of thin Issue of The bn a good color euroute to destination/ wrist, then Into the abdomen, pass VX has Just arrived. X hey are
_ Tropical Sun I Up to yesterday 8 205 boxes have been Ing out of the body near the spine. ing and Our Own Make from the best manufauturer and are "
White and Lee bad been
Mr. Forwarded from here. Or this always on
Haddock, one of the prominent amount I of the correct styles for the coming
good terms, and no cause is known
winter residents of the East Side, expects 815 boxes went by express. Only about why he should hive attacked the op. Suits in the Latest season. X The newest .things In
to reach here from Ills summer one or two cars of oranges have been orator Shirts,Underwear and Hosiery should

I tr home in Brooklyn N. V., about the jjth' shipped' so far, the balance being grape- White is a young man about 25 arrive by next week. X Drop by and
Fabrics at
and
+ of November, fruit. From now ;on, however, orange years old, and has held the position Styles I look them over whether you are

I Attention is called (lo the Dew advertisement shipments will increase, as several buyers of operator at Jonesboro for about 18 I reaiy to buy or notAnthony
of Mr. N. C. Jones, the old and are now at work packing seedling I I' montlu. Ha is held In the highest $$10, l2,5o $15 and $$20SI4OES i
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well known ,:",:.iractor aud builder.: As oranges. Up to date last year only' esteem by the railroad and la one of Bros..,
p 3,700 boxes of oranges and grapefruit' the town's most popular men.'
will be seen from his card, Mr. Jones young
Beach
West Palm
makes a specialty of the building; of had been sent forward'tbe Increase this I He It a member of a prominent j
docks and boathouses year over last beinjf 5,500 boxes, The family of the county. Immediatelyafter '
tracks here are blocked with cars of box the shooting he left In: a buggy
McNair & Sons, dealeis in
lumber material and empty fruit cars, and the and Sheriff Brown has not been ableto I \ .
shingles and building materials, Pernandlna .
next week will witness a very heavy increase locate him. He is medium height .
$ Fla., are among the more recent in- and weighs about 160 pounds Physicians -
shipments. Fort
Myers Press. To assort- ,
l<''i patrons of the advertising columns of are at the bedside of Mr. White our large

ti The Tropical Sun This well established and pronounce his wounds very serious -
firm peeks a share of the trade of the N. C. JONES and think that he has but slight ment of Shoes we have I
East Coast. chances to recover.
F Mr P. Redifer returned Wednesday Mr. White was brought to Atlantaon
1 Harry add d the celebrated
( w Contractor and Builder a special train as soon as steam I ,
tt night from a summer's visit to
could be gotten up and he was ... .
his old home in Baltimore and other "
_ placed In the Grady hospital though FLORSHEIM SHOEFOR
points North. Be reports a good time, Building of Docks and Bnatbouses a
physicians are of the opinion that he
u, but is glad to get back to West Palm Specialty: cannot live.' MEN WHO CARE
I Beach, as the weather was getting quite P. O.Box 411. After shooting White Lee hung
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1' chilly in the North West Palm Beach Fla. around town and threatened to shoot
him again and also threatened a negro $5 and S6 Per Pair OPJZJY& DEC. 1st, 1906
Mr. II. Putnam has returned from his
porter at the depot. Officers are The Virginia; I i
t t summer's stay in the North, and \is lookIng now endeavoring to follow and cap-
4 after his extensive property interests Winter Home Site ture him. Centrally Located

'p ': -on Olive and Fern streets. Many improvements It appeared that Lee was In a drunken WEST PALM BEACH Hot and Cold. Batlisj Electric LightsLarge
: are being: made, especially desperate condition and commlt- ,
in front of the Olive street property, ted the deed without provocation: ] Cool Rooms and cuisine the very best. Rates ft per day special Rates by
I the week or month, Carriage run in connection< with house to and from trains.
,: where shrubs and ornamental plants are MRS A.. irA.X7QH, ..roprt t.a.NOW .
being set out between the curbing and too feet fronting oajlake: near town I
"'1 street paving.Mr 1,350 feet deep. Is crossed by Olive II

John Hartwig and daughter have street 750 feet from lake. Unfinished I I CITY MEAT MARKETT. ( I OPEN

arrived from Newton, Iowa and will dwelling; wind mill and tank; place Is A. FEASTER Proprietor. 5.76 pa 1/1)5/ ) .

I spend the season at the Keystone ,.Mr.Hartwig piped and partly arranged for irrigation Fronting On Lake Worth
with standpipes sewer into lake Florida sad l Western Meats\ Poultry, Game and Eggs.
t ; pipe ;
k ,I who is the owner of the Key- complete bath room fixtures: with hot Large home like hotel,well appointed and beautifully located, giving the comforts : .
Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention. without the cost of the more extensive one. Situated on Lake Worth
:stone property, is contemplating many water; nice lawn and a great fruit oppo.
many
t site Poinciana U tet. White electric bells. .
Royal waitresses Good
fishing, buntIng
\ trees, all in bearing. For limited time
a
Improvements before the of the
opening
boating. Rates $3:50 and $3 per day special rates bv the week.
_ tourist season this. place is offered at ?4 350 oo. Apply Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH: THK .W..tPatmH..chSenllllOle'
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to WALLACE R. MOSES West
'j Mr. and Mrs.! C. W. Faber nrd'three Beach, Fla.

hl daughters, of west Palm Beach were LAKE WORTH OPEN ALL THE 1CEAR .
a visiting; relatives! here and at Sbarpes lia PlazsiOVERLOOKING Hotel .

i from Thursday< to Monday last.-Cocoa GEO. HASLEHURST & SON OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR Rates $2.0O and Tip

News.
; Finest'location: ; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly Furnished Throughout. Rates
Contractors and Builders are most moderate consistent with cleanliness: under the personal supervision ol GEO. ZAPF,. Protrietor
fOlEY }iIDNIYCURE Mrs. E .A. Burkhardt '
P, O. Box 238 Late of Atlantic City N. J. Newly Refurnished_ and'Refitted Throughout. Accommodations For 130 Gwsta
.aka Kidneys and Blflst! i Rio* P. O. BOX 304
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Patrons of the paper are invited to look here each week for bargains in real estate and houses for rent:

7 furnished unfurnished, A: WE MEAN TO DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. C WE PROPOSE I

9J AND TO SPEND $5.OOO IN ADVERTISING, We will have two men soliciting buyers; and tenants :

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j and we will take you by boat or carriage to any property you want, free of charge. A: Our office I

_ ,, t 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 I

{ learn the.lay of the land, WE WILL CONSIDER IT: A PLEASURE TO' THUS SERVE YOU. re Our II I
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i Insure Your Property X. X Make Abstracts 5C 2C Negotiate, LoansIf .


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you have money to Invest we will get you 8 per cent, on large loans and 10 per cent on small loans, clear and give you mortgage; ; on property "I

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 -1

security l Is good: in consideration of a small negotiation; fee. X To capitalists we will sell winter homes and attend to their property when they are ,",', ": .,'

k 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, :,":I','.\;\: ';;

homes on the payment of a small amount down and the balance of payments in amount proportionate to rent; by this means $100.00 will buy '' ,, :<;..:,
you a home, the balance of the payments'! will actually be what you would have to pay for rent.

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I :I We are ready to buy any property that its owner is willing to sell at a sacrifice, because we know that If we keep it

long enough we can get the'market value for it and thus come out whole. X We want the citizens to co-operate

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