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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 24, 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 )
 Notes
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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Not Exceed $150,000Encouraging Literary. Society Are MaturingMr. Local School TrusteesRefuse


The students of the five higher grades

of the West Palm Beach Grammar and A. Newlander, civil engineer for

Reports As To Key West Extension High School met In the school auditorium the land department of the Florida East To Lay Ten Inch Sewer Main From Site of ,'

on Friday, Oct. igth, for the purpose 1 Coast Railway, who spent several daysin
OperatlQns.--Loss of Life Appalling, and of reorganizing the school literaryand this city and vicinity last week, gave New School Building. New Electric 4 '

debating society out the information before returning to
Will Total 150 Persons By a vote of the society, Miss Bertha St. Augustine that the Model Land Lights Ordered a
p
."- j&llott was appointed to act as temporary Company and others interested in the -

of last Thursday's ny on the keys, the only stipulation be- chairman, assisted by Roscoe Anthony, drainage project {southwest of the city At the adjourned meeting of the ctiy possible baste, as' we are going; to have

Detailed reports In the main. ing that they be accommodated with as secretary. were making final plans to commence council last night, President Chilling- an early season and a large number of
diimter are slow reaching; quarters on land and not on houseboats.As The tweeting being; Called to order,the the dredging operations which will reclaim worth winter "visitors to care for. Therefore y's"
and Aldermen Creech
ke1but It Is almost certain Wellington
land from the \ their experiences have been very election of officers was held, with the about ten thousand acres of land. get busy, now. + ,
that the death list will not reach severe their request is but natural and following results: President, Bertha Mr. Newlander stated that three large, Sirkln, Geer and Grant were pres Followingthe communication from

over ISO, and it If not believed that it every provision will be made to make Elliott; Vice President, Philip Heim; dredges have been selected to do the the Major, Chairman Wellington of the ,
This Is less eat.A.
will be quite this heavy. them comfortable on land." : Secretary, Roecoe Anthony; Editor, work, and while the exact date on which .communication from the Ministerial street committee submitted the following

than half the number it was feared EXTENT OF DAMAGE.The i Helen B. Hood; Treasurer, Miriam Stow the work will be commenced is not yet Association was offered, the association report from his committee In writing '1 i

would be ahown. The dead are being ers; Critic, Grace Andrews; Sergeant-at- settled, it Is assured that a start will be commending the action of the council in : ,
the officials of Miami Morning News of yesterday
buried or forwarded by i arms, Ira Williams. made before the close. of the year, and not extending the saloon limit and urging "We, your committee instructed to i
the Florida East Coast Railway, and gave the following report of the Owing to the absence of the presidentfor possibly by the first of December. It is that the board hold firm in its de look into the advisability. changingthe J
cared for damage to the line of the
those who survived are being property along the last term of the previous, year, presumed that the dredges are some of cision. sis-Inch pipe now contemplated to> ,

and estimated loss of life
ii possible to give. : president, then she in turn, after taking on the Key West extension, but this Is. Mayor Baker was read and ordered : beg report: That we have given th ;',
made The News is glad to be ableto
have Morniug
The officials of the railroad he chair, administered the oath of office not positively] known. filed:: matter very muck: thought: and consideration Y

careful estimate of the property loss on give its leaders a correct summary of to the other officers. Mr. J. E. Ingraham third vicepresident To the Honorable City Council: and find that the six-inch pipe I.' ? ;

the extension: and it is found that it will losses caused by the storm to the Key I As programme committee the president of the Floriia. East Coast Railway, I trust that you will pardon me, at ample and sufficient and that it wouldbe N

not exceed $150,000. West extension equipment. "appointed Misses Mirllui Stowers, Edith and in charge of the ]land department*, he same time I would suggest that you unwise togo to the rxpeuae of buying

It has been officially given out that ,. So far as the authorities have been Merrill and Edward Owens was here yesterday and'' confirmed the settle the matter of more lights and any ti'n-inch pipe while we have on j

,the Key West extension will not be able to ascertain, the total number of A motion was then made and carried above statement. order them put in at once; also that you hand the necessary six-loch: pipe.. We '

abAndoned but will be pushed
more vigorously than before the storm. half than was at first supposed, and the preceding<: 'year, and Misses Grace seeker, in speaking of the West Palm Sapodilla streets to connect with sewersat pipe be laid as planned." -

In connection with the rumors that which the circumstances indicated. Andrews, Myrtle Miller and Philip Helm Beach drainage scheme contained the- once, and any one not being able to The report was-accepted: and: adopted.The .

'have been current to the effect that the Mr. Flagler's loss in vessels, barges, : were appointed to act as selection com. following' : connect immediately! should maKe same Cut-tie Investment Co. wlI&lrant-

,captain of the ill-fated steamer, St. Lu- etc., and the damage to the work under mlttce. ,/% I "The people of West Palm Beach are known to the sanitary Inspector in ed permission to.move a small cottage

cle, was ordered out in the face of the construction, Including; an immense I After some' very interesting? remarks ,looking forward with a great deal of Interest writing.I from corner of Cleamatis avenue and i +

itntm, It is positively assured that he was quantity of cement which was flooded, ,from Professor James, concerning the to the carrying out of the plans would suggest that you. make no Railroad Way Datura street, west of

not ordered out of the port of Miami by .wilt not exceed 150000. ''obj.ect and future work of the society, on whereby several thousand acres of valuable halt in sewer construction on accountof rajlroad. ., 1 l

the company, but,]left of his own accord, The ]losses at various points along the motion, the'meeting then-adjouroed, to pineapple and truck growinglands new school building bat proceed at On motion. Alderman 'Sl-ikin was ap-

feeling that he would be perfectly safe. extension were as follows: meet in the school auditorium next Pit- Close to that city are to be reclaimed and once to complete the line with sice-inch pointed president of the council pro 4

He would undoubtedly have escaped In- Jewfish Creek-Roadwork uninjured. day at 2 p. m. placed upon the market by the Land pipe. We can, I think,take care of this tern, and. will therefore!! hold city courtin

jury bad it not been for the fact that the Houseboat Gamma capsized: -no one A cordial invitation Is extended: to all Department of the Florida East Coast school sewersystem-when we know and the absence of both ,the mayor and i t

wind shifted its course, the second storm lost. visitors who care to come, as the memo Railway.. It ia understood that already see we bave something to take care of. president of the board. ,

having been the one that brought death Steamer Peerless had smoke stacks berg of the society: will be greatly pleasedand many buyers have invested in small Therefore I Insl>>t>that you get this work It waa finally decided by the board rit ;

and disaster. blown off, pilot bouse blown in, davits' encouraged by their presence. truck farms, and it is stated on good au. completed and get your streets and that contract boe made with the light

INORAHAM TALKS. of life boat twlst-d out of shape. HELEN B. HOOD, Editor.w hority that long before the work of other improvements made., Especially company for the installation of the 'sev- t y
MR. tanks (6,000 gal ) blown
Some (
empty reclamation is completed every square do I wish to see you begin cleaning the eral new lights: the cue recently placedat i
Monday's Issue of the Miami Record oil from water barges.Between Obituary. foot of ]land will have been disposed of streets, lining the lawn borders, repair- corner of Clematis-avenue and Poin-

gives the following: report, which in. Upper and Lower Metacombe f __ __ to settlers. This would presage an era of lag: city dock and seats in park, and the setta.street having proven satisfactory.The .

Judea an interview with Mr. Ingraham: Key-Dredges Rough Rider and Bab. Mr. Geo. M. McLendon was born in great prosperity for that particular section tainting!: of the bandstand should be board then adjourned to meet
all
and
J. E.: Ingraba'ni, third vice-president of cock held anchors are right. Concord, Pike county, Ga., in 1863. lie of Dade county.! done at once. Thursday night at 7o'clock, for the i
the F. E. C. railway, has been in the Pile driver witn two ((2)) men lost. "
came to the East Coast of Florida about I respectfully call your attention to purpose of opening bids on city bonds ,
Metacombe and Long
city since Friday and,'as was to be ex-: Between Lower will\ make all voted. '
ten He lost his life In the he above, end hope yon r ecently ,
years ago. Many Inquiries, ;
Man etta
peered, is taking an active interest in Keys-Dredges rodge, Oyama
wreck of the steamer St. Lucie in the ,
of the Mikado and houseboat safe.
the working force
. extension reorganizing, and also obtaining all information Two houseboats and forty-five (?) men storm of last Thursday morning, Oct. ]& From The Northi The Homeseeker To Issue '
A ship carpenter by trade, he was : ;
to the loss of life I
possible as i* :
lost.Long well and favorably known by '
Key Viaduct-Q uarters Boat No. carpenter. ,00- :111'f 11
extension
and the
the damage to ,
money '
ork. 4, blown out to sea, had about 150 men and ship-builders! along the coast. Such as the' following are calculated West Palm Beach Numbera '
on board; 49 men picked up and taken For ten mouths he bad been overseer to give some encouragement I :

The latter he doe. not make'much ac- I' into Key Welt; as taken to Savannah, 1 of Camp No. 9 on the extension. Three coining as they do some two months before w.:

count of In proportion to the whole I', and some'more are aa'd, : to be at New weeks ago he finished up his work at the opening of what is termed. as '
Investment made and to be made, that i Nassau. that camp and was on his way to take the "tourist season:" That well known East Coast public and specially Interesting to West Palm
loss Is small.; Orleans, Havana and at Ion which has done much toward the I Beach. It is learned that a number of
No. Quarters host waa blown onshore another position when he met his death. Atlantic City N.J., Oct. 17. so
Several boats'have been wrecked and and 3 now lies there-all safe on He spent several days of his short The Tropical Sun, development of this favored section, business men closed contracts for advertising

are total losses, three of the big dredgesare Vacation with his mother and sister, the West Palm Beach Fla., The Homeseeker, has announced that ; space and that the publication

lost and much material has bee n board.Four large work barges and a pile latter Mrs. Capt Baker, in West Palm Dear Sin:-Will you kindly mail me a Its November number will contain an 11- will be one of which the city may well

swept away and will have to be replaced."The driven outs Beach. lIe is highly] spoken of as a of containing a list of lustrated write-up of West Palm Beach feel proud.It .
driver (steam hammer) were copy your paper
loss erf life," said Mr. Ingraham, genial; ], big-hearted man by his companions hotel and boarding houses advertised? and: vicinity, a fact: which will be hailed Is also learned that arrangements f P
and lost. Some .
in an interview this morning, "is the coffer-dams to sea but noae to the competed and bad the good will and respectof a. J. KERSHAW. ., with delight by every public-spirited have been made by which West Palm 4, h K

principal thing. We deplore it and are the many men under his employ. citizen ol the Cottage City. Beach will hereafter be well represented

doing all we can to alleviate the distress concrete piers.Barge He leaves a'mother, four sisters and Monday Rev. E, V. Blackman the ia the columns of The Homeseeker, and

among our men. We do not count the 1 of coal lost. blacksmith one brother as immediate relatives besides Rome, N. V., Oct.. t8. editor, waa in the city, gathering data the advantages of this, the most desirable .

money loss incident to the destruction I Barge containing lost shop, many friends who will sorely. miss The Tropical Sun, for the write-up and securing advertising section of the coast, given due pub-
machine shop and stove rooms near Welt Palm Beach, Fla. -
of material and supplies, but we are distressed him. contracts for his magazine A halt licity.
Viaduct, can be raised. Kindly mall mea, copy of The Tropical I ?
that perhaps one 'hundred men I containing fAlse work for Via. Capt.! Baker had the remains brought Sun with advertisement of hotels] boor's 'chat with The Tropical Sun The appearance of the November number }
In our employ have met death, and that Barge lost. to West Palm Beach for burial/ Funeral ,I brought out the fact that the cover de. of The Homeseeker will bo lookedfor
duct[ arches-seven in number- aad real estate concerns. '
many others have been in peril of their Gasolene ]launch Enterprise driven onshore services were conducted .at the Baptist C. C HARTER.Frieads sign of the November issue will be unique with a great deal of interest. '

lives." and broken up- church on Sunday by S. S. Gibson, pas. 1

Mr. Ingraham: was..asked the questionthat tor, after which the body was )laid to resin
rainbow. The occasion
Iii
Gasolene launch Edan-on shore. Station Tenn. Oct iS. A Rainbow was a very
,
has been agitated in this city ever heard Woodlawn Cemetery for Miss and her h,
I' Gasolene launch Palm-not Please send: me a sample copy of your Party"I I happy one Margery
face the whether that great
storm, as to
friends, all of whom regretted
from.. paper :i expect to 'dome to West Palm A pretty birthday young
disaster would put a stop to the work on Columbia-not heard E. V. Blackman who has been! that rainbows could not last always. ;
the Gasolene launch Rev. Beach this winter. Kindly send what by Miss Margery Potter at the home of I

"Not extension: from. spending: several days in the city on ever your may have in the way of descriptive her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Y

at all, was his answer Knights Key Dock-Dodk and men all business connected with the West Palm matter, C. H. PORTER. Potter, on the lake front, Saturday after
"It will necessarily] delay ns\ but the For the past several days Mr, W.: M. ;
Beach'nnmber of The Homeseekcr, returned in honor MIllMarger's
safe. noon. The event was of : II. the
and Mr. M Albertsour
work
"The will boat.go right lost along.will] be replaced; the Quarter boats safe. to his home in Miami ]last night For several weeks The Tropical Sun ninth birthday, and eighteen former Hampton of Polk'county, and the latter of ;

material will be rushed .forward to take Steamer discharging: stone, safe. I The Keystone, Mrs. Benj. Cook's well has been receiving such requests as the ot her young friends helped her to en- Sioux City Iowa, have been in West

the place ot that which was swept: out IIOWARD EGLESTON known boarding; house on Datara street, above and hundreds of copies of this joy the occasion. It was a rainbow Palm Beach prospecting with a view of

to sea, and the. whole force will be reor- Res. Engineer, ia being repainted and It Is learned that paper have gone to'difterent parts of the party, and the scheme ,was beautifully purchasing extensive pineapple and .r ,
Long Key Viaduct. several improvements will 'be made to of carried out. Each of the merry participants
advertising the resources The gentlemen
RanUedand within.,the next few days country orange grove property. ,
will proceed before.? The funeral of the late''Geo. McLea.I .. the interior of the building., The one West Palm Beach. were shown some beautiful blur] were very favorably impressed with the

The completed as work on the road withstood I don, one of the victims of the ill-fated story cottage west of the building will Today at least fifty copies of The Trop nom carrying the colors of the rainbow, Cottage City and It. desirable sujronnd-

I the storm, just| as we expected it steamer, St. Lucie, in last Thursday's be moved back several feet from the ical Sun are being mailed upon request, burled here and there In the shrubbery. jugs, and will In all probability become
and will also be repainted and Attached to these blosaoms were a net-
would;and only the temporary structure hurricane, was held Sunday morning ,street and these la' addition to many names permanent settlers. w
suffered." from the Baptist church, the firm of Mc. improved.The furnished by local real estate concerns. work of twine, and the young; people

When asked if he there would Gin Ie, Brother. Company having charge glass] bottom' steamer Lady Lou, Business men should see to it that they followed the twine as it ]led, cob-web The large addition being built. to the
thought ,
be to of the arrangements. A delegation from Capt. Geo. Newcomb, which was expect are represented In the columns of, a fashion, from the blossom to the "pot of10d" Briggs Cottage, on Evernia street I is
any difficulty In obtaining; men hidden in various in the nearing completion, and that popular y
work extension local labor unions acted as pall-bear ed to have reached here the first of tbs newspaper which reaches the people places ;
on the after the the "
experiences Miami garden. When found, the pot of gold winter hotel will soon be enabled to open i'
The Interment was in Woodlawn week from has been detained in itverywhete.r .
of the men last week Mr. Ingraham ,rs.
beautiful vari-colored basket filled its doors for the season. The addition
said The deceased leaves mother the latter place and will be engsged'foseveral waa a
: cemetery. connection with Judge A. E. Heyser returned with delicious boo bans.' will afford greatly Increased facilities la v
Beach In the County
in West Palm ifcys
"No sister residing
not at all. In fact twentyfourour and ,
The ell discovered and each both the dining room and sleeping apart
home in Miami Monday night, gold
of latter being Mr. Geo. B. Bakerwife Key West extension woik. The verse to his
Utal here men who were brought to the no* the Baker The bereaved family will probably be used between Miam 1i i after spending a few days here lopklnj little visitor holding his or her precious meats; The new addition will provide tl
for of their wound. of Mayor '
treatment
of deliciousre-: for a bath room on each floor and other .
inter possessions, a spread
friends la in supplies and after his cxteniiva: grove
Ire of and Key West hanling\ orange "
; going back today, and say they are have the sympathy many I freshments was enjoyed under th.hUle:molera! conveniences.,; y yre
workmen. esU.
perfectly willing to work, for the compss their w.'t'lI" transporting; .:


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Foul Play Probable. I IChl Tae residents of West Palm Beachcan \IW"
tnj 1 about 120 cent. greater Jill
THE TROPICAL SUN. per '
<'uo, Ot. 22.-Spy ,iral days now et joy luxury which very! few
than in 1003. Tue growth in the ago the body' of Mrs. ;Mar aret Leslie -
Ii PlonMr Piper of DedI County. Florida. Flprlcln towns have, and that Is ice
,- ,, ._-,.-.. exports to Cuba. during recent years an actrraH! was foul d dead Ina
room In the Pnlace hotel. It wna cream made from pure cream. fl.
: i Publlibed Every Wednesday and Saturday baa been very tapid. The value of
i ', considered at the time to be a case of DId{ you ever skim the cream from
*T WCaT .PALM BKAOH.DADB OOUNTV FLORIDA' exports to that inland had never '
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l 1 suicide, and the coroner at the conclusion -
=-=-- pure rich milk and then add, to the creama
reached the 20-niillion-dollar lino of the inquest eo reported.
BOBSORU'TIOJJ PRICE, 2.OO PEn YEAR'. from "VanilKbe'aes .
little sugar and a little juice
until the year 1003. Lately several features of the cue

_,_ Tl: imT have cat doubt on the suicide theory ; and then freeze rapidly till

;' r Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, WEST INDIAN HURRICANE. and the !police(; have been veatlgntlni the mixture Is smooth and velvety ?
to see if the woman /Walt murdered
CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager. It was fine was It not ? And it did
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.. News of Terrible Storm Reaches Mobile Monday the/coroner's' physician, after
( -- Alabama. an exhaustive examination, declared not taste like condensed milk and egg, The Great White Line

F Entered at the FoHtoffice of West PI Beach Mobllo' Opt. 23.-The first news that the woman, was probably strangled and corustarch custards which you get

it as econd-ctapii matter. of a terrible West Indian( hurricane .to death. -
some times Well if It did not cost so ---==--.
that visited the towns of Ruataa Te- ---
la, Utllla, Colorado and El Provenlo Bryan Speafca In Indiana. cost,iso; much to keep good cows, we To owr\\ a BUCK'S Stove! of range is to appreciate

SOME SOUND TIMBER. Honduras, on Oct. 12, was brought I Indianapolis! Oct. 22.-William J. could all enjoy pure cream s\> home the merits of this
Bryan ' L, While talking about gubernator- here Sunday night 'toy the Norwegian every day, but all of us cannot i.if 'd' it;
tour 'of Indiana Monday. The first
The with enamel
steamer Har-aM Captain Heorlchaea oven, white lining to doors
ii fal candidates both standing and speech' was mode at Brazil. Mr. however;there Is a business firm 'oo town ,
that arrived with a of fruit for(
i special, we ask again : "What's the the United Fruit company.A cargo Bryan reached Terre Haute at 5:4: which has the rich pure cream, sent arid\ racks is the rrjost) sanitary feature iq thp t

matter with Dr. Crill?" number of vessels were wrecked, a. m. a.nd'waB met by W. II. O'Brien down on Ice regularly from fie "Bill- '. world It as easy to wash off and keep clean
chairman of the Democratic state
"1 Wo have thought a great deal recently several destroyed and the buildings In committee, and a number of other more" farm In North Carolina an: it la as a china dish
each of the towns mentioned badly
i of available "timber" for the store of
politicians. for sale every day at ,
damaged and the loss to the ownersof .,. .
tills position. the fruit plantations will reach almost -- BROADWELL & MOO" E, Hatchett-DaCarnara, : Hardware Co
Farmers' Business Congress Palm
Druggists Jefferson Block; West ,
+ Dr. Crill has been prominently t1,000.000. Topeka, Kan.. Oct. 22.-The far-
The British schooner Southern Beach Florida. Wholaale Retailers
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mers' co-operative toustaeaa congress, .
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Queen was thrown on the beach at
different wdth a largo attendance of delegate
Ruatan and went to pieces In less [Notice. HARDWAREW
'' from the western and southern statesm ,
quarter of a century. No corrupt than am hour's time. &t h.erG\.londay.< Notice Id Imroby given that by virtue of a Palm Beacfi; : :: X: c :: FloridaKUHKHAUDT'S

or dishonest act stains. either big The Harald suffered eome damageIn dual decree In the Circuit Court of Dnile
t, the hurricane while at Ruatan and County Florida, In a cause wherein Eunice
public or his\ private life lie has will have to be Jacked. The cable Santa Claus Coming. A. ChllltnK wortll, et al. are complainant

been and is still Claus state that and Peter W. King, et al, ore rmpuBcluota, I
a successful man went. down In tine storm and the Har- AdvlceH from Santa
hall offer for sale betor the treat door of ()<>-ooOOOOOoooo-r :O
4 in business",", and those who know ald was the first vessel to leave the he Is on his way to West PaInt Beach. the Court,flonao of Dude County, at Miami ,

him beet, with one accord will vicinity. The Harold went on the and will reach here about Dec. 1st Florida. between the hours of 11 o'clock, I. ) Wust Palm B ucb,0m! ,00,
t beach and In order to get back Into Following his custom or several years, m.and "J:. o'clock p. m., on the nth day of ,

always tell you "He's all to the deep water It was. necessary to use be will make his headquarters at DOS November. A. D.IIIOd. the following, iliwcril FAILED.
1 t' I ..I laud located In DaduCounty. Florida.: Beginning ( I
good !1" an extra anchor and 78 fathoms of THR'S, in Masonic: llmlding. In the ,
at the Suction line burwoon 1
: : a point on -I IObadiRbl'll
So, without, any "tearing the chain steamdn'g' dead ahead at full meantime Poster is showing a full line Sections Twenty One ((21)) and Twenty {

?u azure robes of night and -'setting speed.A of household necessities, furnishings and Two.((22)), Three. Uunilrail! end Seventy ((870) never vote for that Congressman of ( I
tidal wave accompanied the hur- notions at popular prices, Remember fnot North of the Soutliwvut corner of Lot out'n again. 0
ll" the stars of glory." Without any ricane and swept. everything before It. he place, DOSTR R'S. Throe ((8)) Suction Twenty Two ((22): : Township Bill-Why, be allu kep' his promises and he's 6

I fawning and flattering but just as Captain; Henrlohsen reporta that Forty Five ((4.$) South of Hange Forty one of the smartest men ia the whole blame conn
A LUCKY POSTMISTRESSIs Three. ((4il) CiiHt.aiid at the Northwest corner
when he left the beaches were strewn '
a plain, blunt man, who Is not in of the tract deeded by Cecil Ufiton to try e
Inclu.dJ'ngthree Mrs. Alexander: of Cary, Me., who
with vessels of all kinds,
t Obadlali don't keer if he's smart
Louis Grimm: thence, Beet nloiiR the NorthBoundary as aa Daniel
the New Life Pills to
( habit of "flying off of the handle vessel No lives has found Dr. King's
large palling
be the bent remedy she ever tried for of said trncl Fourteen Hundred sail Webster. There aiu't been a durn one of hie pam-
'I, ," and who can always be de- were reported lost at the time of the keeping the Stomach, Liver and'Bowel Fifty Two ((1452) feet to the water's eilite., of kin seeds. came up yit.-Selected.

pended upon to do the safer honest sailing of the Harald. In perfect order. You'll agree with herIf Lake Worth;Thence! North along the water' ,
Tern thousand bunches of bananas you try these painless purifiers that edge Three Hundred\ Unit Thirty ((1'80)! ( ) fee
i and proper thing don't all speak at were reported swept Into' the sea at Infuse new life. Guaranteed by all druggists to a point near the shore: thence Went Fourteen Our New Seeds Are In:

once, but tell us.,"What's the mat- Ruatan and lost' and the officers of Price Hundred Two and One-Half ((14OU.5): :
250NOTICE tent along the South Boundary of the land\
ter with Dr. Crill?" the steamer say that It will be a .
I deeded by Cecil Upton to Noah It. Hull to theSection
Seeds for Flowers as well as Garden, and If the
month before( some of the steamers Line between Sections Twenty One
Our own private opinion Is that Is given; that the 20th conditions do not think
Notice hereby on they require are right we
will be able to get any fruit. ((21)) and Twenty Two ((22)); thence South on
if he decides to enter the contest I day of November( A, D., 1906 at JO Bald.Section Line Threeiuodrodand Thirty any of them will fall. .

-L tho man who can beat him will have INVESTIGATE ALLEGED FRAUDS. holdeis o'clock; a.of m tbe;, a Lincoln meeting Land of the Company stock- ((880)) feet to the poiuntbeginning/ ,courulnlng DO NOT FORGET we handle} FERTILIZERS.If .
Ten ((10)) acre arid Seventy; ((701| porches
to be will be held at the office nf the Companyat of any give us the call.
a good one, and will know more or\boa, exclusive of thifrlffht Way of
This Request I Is Made to Grand Juryof West Palm Beach, Florida, to vote
that he has been the Florida En!!!(/'Coast Railway together i
"running some"when to increase the capital
Madison County, Alabama. upon a proposal with nil rlparlAlT(! Kllit: |: acquired either Inequity L. W. BURKH/IRDT FINEST GROCERIES
t he has "finished his race.- Huntsville, Ala. Oct. 22.-The stock of said corporation from twenty. or at law. .,
Madison Democratic executive five thousand dollars ($25,000.00)) to one A.. E. fJBYSER.
Kloridian. county hundred thousand dollars ($iooooo.o-1)) Special'; Master.
<
O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-C>OOOO- >OO<-O-O-O-C>O
U- committee held a meeting and passed by Issuing preferred stock of the par

resolutions asking the next grand Juryto value of seventy-five thousand dollar OF INTENTION TO IN
No page in history according to NOTICE --- :.Ii''M1t '" '''' '' ":'ll1r
ri;
make a full Investigation of the ((175,00000)). THE TOWN OF .;cir.s.f. M' .
a writer in the Philadelphia Record I alleged attempts at fraud la the Au- This October 17, A. D. 1906. PELRAY.TO .

f reveals a migration as that of the gust Democratic primary. The committee 17-51 .C. C. Chilliogwoith President, the qualified voters of the Fifth We are offer Your Furniture BusinessTO
I District of Dade Fla.
will present! to the grand Jurya Election: County, :
i Irish to America. This writer says : list of. the challenged voters 'with a OF APPLICATION FOR At a meeting of the citizens and tar:

"The figures are astonishing. From I view of having their records In- NOTICE PERMITTo payers of Delray Florida, held this fifth
1610 i860 day of October 1906, it was decided to MEET your most earnest needs we are
to fewer
cot than spected.
two submit the of the
Sell Liquors Wines and Beer. question, Incoiporallon
millions of Irish immigrants crossed The committee also adopted. resolutions of the Town of Delray to the qualified PREPARED TO GIVE YOU A LINEof
L! endorsing the platform of the Public notice Is hereby given that voters of the Fifth Election District of .
the settle in United
to tha
ocean state Democratic convention, except- Beach Club has filed with the Boardof ( Dade CQunty at the next regular elec.
States ; from 1860 to 1880 an additional ing that plank declaring for local option ''County Commissioners of Dade' tlon, to be held Tuesday, November 6th, goods to select from which is second to

million made a fresh start in BO far aa It applies to Madison County, In the State of Florida his 1906. none in. the State when it'conies to
county, their reason for this being J. S. SUNDYJ
i life I In the great republic over the application for a permit to sell liquors B. RICE,
that the people of this county have
wines and beer In Election District F. E. FENNO. Quality
seas, und! from 1880 to the present voted In favor of establishing a dis- Citizens'Committee ,

'', time another million was added to pensary. The principle of local option No. 3 of said County and State, for

I ( as' to the remainder of the state the fiscal year ending October' 1st, Notice. Prices ana
our population. Since 18'<0 the I
la endorsed. 1907, that such application will fie Notice is hereby given that six months
has been half million
average a a acted the said 'Board of
4 on by County

i decade. The, twelve agricultural Lunatic Jammed Together Commissioners at their next regular ,after our accounts date of this for notice final we settlement shall present and i? Fair Dealing

states represented by Ohio Indiana Havana Oct. *22.-Governor Ma- meeting, which will be held on the apply for our discharge as executors of

Michigan Illinois Wisconsin, gocn visited the National Insane asylum Cth day of November( 1908 at 10:00: of the John estate H. Brelsford and last ,will deceased and testament, to the All kinds of JTousoFurnrshings

Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota\ Kansas and discovered a deplorable stateof o'clock In the forenoon of said day, County Judge at Miami, Dade County, 7. from the
: affairs there. One thousand six and the sold Bohrd hereby calls upon Florida. Dated June 30th. 1906. +, -, ,
Nebraska North aid South Dakota ) .r r estibule curtain rod
:1I{ hundred and sixty person of both any citizen of such Election District E. M. Brelsford
U contain one-fourth of the five mil sexes were crowded Into B
a filthy and
Ink on front door through
who may desire to do so, to show Mary C. Brelsford.

I lions. Of the portion settled in the dilapidated! 'building; with, a capacity cause, If any there be, at the said next the entire house to the
for
400
persona. They were sleeping
North Atlantio States but onefifthare on broken cot, relics of the last regular meeting of said Board why NOTICE.In cotipieteofaft for your

on farms, but this tendency to American occupation. Congress madean such permit shall not be granted the ;Count Judge's Court, Probate Jurisdiction laundry in the lack

appropriation to applicant.By Dade County, State'of Florida( 4.
crowd into the towns disappears << enlarge the anyhum
c but the money walt never ex- order of the Board of County lu tbe matter of the Estate of) I yard
when the surroundings are agricultural Patience P. Ward deceased.) I '
pended. The conditions Commissioners of Dade Florida
County -
today are ,
as is shown by the large little Notice ia hereby given that on the McGiNLEY BROTHERS COMP'Y.
very better than under Spanish seventh day of January A. D. 1907 ]I I
percentage-over 60-of those who control. Governor Magoon 'iwlll take This the 2nd day of October A. D. shall present my accounts for final
In Their Ne Masonic
have taken to farming in the twelve steps to erect -additional buildings and 1908. tlement and apply for my set-I I w Store Opposite
remedy abuse. as executrix: of the Estate and of Tempi
agricultural states above mentioned. (Seal) A. K. Dearborn Last Will and Testament of (' .

- ? It ia only because the bulk of Clerk Board County Commissioners P. Ward deceased to tbe County I' .. '. -. ;.... .< :. :',.' : "," :-- .""'.. : ',.":..... ..... .; ':p_' 'IiI.i. .-;-
SAVED HIS LIFE. By W. !M.. Pope, fieputy Clerk. Judge, at Miami, Dade County, Florida. I
.the Irlsh'ln America not in the
are Dated A. D.
June joth 1906.
I midst of farming districts that they J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky., writes, AN ORDINANCE: Amending Section Victoria Adelaide Root. : .......................... .......................(. :

June 14 1902: "I want to tell you I be- 123 of the Revised Ordinances of the Executrix of the LaJt Will and Testamentof .
are not in the midst of farming districts He AIVIS & [ E
Patience P. Ward, deceased. 1VII
lieve BaUarJ's'Snow Linitnent'aaved my City of West Palm Beach Florida, and f' i
that they are less an agri- life. I was under the treatment of two an Amendment to Said Section, Pass [I. PIerre Branolua,
ttorusy for( Etecutrlc. t
cultural people than the other doctors and they told me] one :ol my September ed January 7, 5 1904, 1904 Relating, and App'to Occupational oved : \ Blacksmiths Wheelwrights

immigrant elements added'to the lunge was entirely, gone, and '.the other Taxes: for Contractors: .

population., They have found an I' badly affected. I also had a* lump on Be it ordained by the City Cour ill of Horseshoeing and e
my aide. I don't( think that could have the City of West Palm Beach Dade I i:
outlet for their energies in the con lived over two months forger./; I was Induced County, Florida, that Section ;.13 ,of General Repair Work
gested districts and their wonder the -Revised Ordinances," as r [opted
by a friend IK" try HnlUrd'a Snow ,on the 18th day of September, 19-3; aDd? : Manufacture of Tools a Specialty

fully adaptive natures have allowed Liniment. The first application: r"-- 'Imen
them easily to enter upon the in- I me great relief; two fifty cent botu.s bei.jjr:; approved September 7th Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town Orders
cured me sound and well. 1905: be and tit same is hereb. ,.mend .
dustries of the people among whom I ed to read as follows:
It is a wonderful medicine' and I f f
rrc
they, were thrown. It Is in the ommend It to suffering humanity. "Section 123 Every general con- Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach
tractor: whether residing within or without

;i eastern states that the Irish promise Sold by A. G. Riegel. this city, who employs less thanfive .................................................
to ultimately constitute a major- hundred: dollars C capital, I five dollars! !:

I ity of the population.. This is MOTHERS;; j capital who cnipioyv, ten dollars.over five The hundred term "general dollar' r.t] ,r' ., "zs.tfitJf: err m"r"mmmmnrmn'" ", mnr"mmmmmttmmrm? ?
", ,,,
already the case in three New England contractor" as used la .this section shall ... ...",,,,1 ..i.iA
States and In New Who would keep their children in be construed to include any builder, .;

:_i land cities. In New many York City Eng.they good health, should watch for the first or plumber corporation painter contracting, or other to person erect *or firm repair -' DROP MILLIONS OF INK THINK MAKES, j The! Fie el pharmacy.

of
are symptoms worms and remove them any building{ or other structure; or
behind the Germans
barely and It also
with White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the who takes a contract to do a job of writes a check that pays that _

;also slightly so In Chicago." children's best tonic. It gets digestionat plumbing or painting do or who takes a bill of yours. ,

work so that their food does'' them 'contract or agrees to any other piece You may want to send money a dill .. Solicits YOUR Trade.
1 of work requiring manual labor and tbe
Commerce of the United States good and they grow up healthy and furnishing of any material, or whO' shall tance for various purposes. The "drop ::--

'with( strong. Sold by A. G. Rlegel. engage lu or manage the business or occupation of ink" and :
.Cuba in theu fiscal year just known by tbe generic term A BANK BALANCE :| We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate

ended was greater than in any "contracting" ; provided this term "gen at onr bank makes the check send ,
eral contractor" shall not apply to, you : Prices Registered
I earlier year of the trade relations Col. E. C. Summerlla of St. Lucle, mechanic or other person who II/lis/ only any pass.current :sj put ,up by
.
'. between the United States and that was In town Monday showing/; a tweet his labor at a fixed price per day .or Yonr check, tike onr bank, passes at ::: "' f '

hlan'J.' potato that measured twenty-eight hour and who does not furnish any the Clearing' house and "is stamped ; Pharmacist.

.f Harper's Weekly observes Inches in circumference and weighed material or use any moneyed capital in a O. K." Keep an account with .us 'and 1.U \" '..,d "
connection with hia manual
that this Js partlculaily true of ex nine and one-htlf pounds. This potatowas went"< employ. It 'will help you ia many, ways. :: oi. r Cream i
,Candy ; and
| Try Soda /led( iS
ports. The Imports from the inland raised on the grounds of the St. Passed ,by the Council the asthof IIa..t you opened a savings account : S

fell slightly below those) of 1905 Lncie club, and has had no Care or attention September 1906 yet? We pay 4 per cent on inch ac :-- '

due to the fall in the price of sugar since planting. Mr. Snmmerlin dug G. W. IDNER President of Council] counts. i;; A. G. nIEOEL

more than a bushel from a spot a few Attest: ;. L.-GRIER, Clerk.
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f bat tbe exports to the island were DADE COUNTY STATE BANK : Graduate New York College of rbarn
feet square but the'one exhibited was Approved September "7. 1906.
25 per cent. greater than in 1001 the largest-Ft. Pierce Tribune. W, I, METCALF Mayor U1UUmlU
1 1cr. 1r
i4 West Palm Beach, Florida :f1mmmm i mmmmJUJUmn'' mmmmmJ

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TUB TROPICAL SFN, WEST PALM, BEACH FLOUIDA WEJNES'OAY'TOJ1J< n. 21 1006 PAGE THREE 1

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1

FORMER SENATOR

| A Highway Robbery [

Stock JEGINS JAIL SENTENCE Incident 'E I DRESS GOODS


[tOrlffinai.J\
Profits Burton Surrenders They( were walking on a country
to
Proper
;

Authorities road"There's in the early a. crocus spring," said Olive enthuBltiRtlcnlly. FOR FALL AND : ;iWINTER i ;.

Increased by riving
un bo greatly "You're right We shall have wildflowers
i cpodal cure to the health of every 19 FEELING EXCEEDINGLY: WELL BOOU," replied Benedict"I 1

animal and fowl en the '*"". love the spring( In the spring 1 1 Oar Fall and Wititer'stoe1, of Dress Goods has just arrived and lit 1
Sick poultry sheep cattle, bogs feel as if I wore expanding with the .
Expects to Go to Ironton at Once and we are prepared to offer our trade some attractive prices in Staple
horses, etc., depend oa their Uver. buds; In the spring I am.brave, I long t
to keep them well. Begin the Life Laid Out For Him for cxcltomout adventure I would and Xoveltllgood&. X We would be pleased to show our com-

like to have lived In the good old daysof plete assortment at any time and invite you to call and see these '
Accepted Fee For Services Render
nick TurpIn. l>o you know I have
Black.DraughtSfnck ed Grain Company.St. been rending lately that often gentlemen goods. X We mention below a few of the best numbers; J\
In England took to the highway.
Louts, Oct. 22.-Former United I'm sure if I had lived at that time -, 1
r Stated Senator J. R. Burton of and boon a man I would have been a Broadcloth : 50 inch ; )>r<>wn, Navy, llla"ck Panama 42 and CO Inch Gray and Black. 1 ,

and PoultryM Kansas, accompanied by lobs wife anj. robber" and gray. Price Price J S
niece, arrived here Monday morning, "Luckily there are several 'If's' In the .
Iclne from his homo at Abilene and surrendered way." '
himself! to begin serving hla "No."You"wouldn't have lived that life?" $ I.2'5 $ I.50 ffl.OMl.26Henrietta Hi:

keeps their livers working and sentence of six months In the Iron "Why?" i
them. well.
therefore keep. ton,, Mo. jam.APparbntly .
Black-Draught Stock and Pout- "It wan neither an honest nor' a -,
he has changed little
try Medldnei la a pure,and natural acts, since he was. tried and convicted a pleasant' way of getting a living." Drllliantine and :Mohair, 38/:!, 42 and M Inch ; 38 and 42 Inch. Black, White ,,
blood not brave.
vegetable, purifier "Perhaps you're 1 160C.
ky regulating tile stomach, liver year ago In the federal court here of "With a noose banging over my drown, Blue, Black: and White ; Prices and Gray. Price \
andb.wts. having accepted $2,500 tor services bend I'm sure I should, be a great '
It nreventstan* cures Hoe Chot-, rendered the Rlalto Grain and Secu t
coward.
75C $$1.00 $$1.25 4Oe. and
5Oe ,
era teMper, Chicken Fever, Coueb, Cholera Loss, Colds off, Colic Constipation Appetite, Dls-- rity poatofllce company department of St.: Louis at Washington before the, war"lou, would wouldn't you?"make a .good spy in 'I ., a

,
and all the comma In a fraud order proceeding. As he "No. I would prefer to fight in uni
,
7 Wasting stock Away diseases. stepped ,from the train he said: form." Wool Batiste ; 28 inch. '''White and Black. Serge, 42 and 60 inch. Black and White.. E

It la a perfect medicine far general "I am feeling very well, exceedingly "Do you see that place we are com-1' Price Price I
farm use. Try It. well, under the circumstances. lug to down there?" said Olive. "Tliat'i
Perhaps! the treed, the bluffs and na where a man was robbed once. It'. a :
ture generally look sweeter! to me today capital place for the purpose, tho road 75c.I $1.00 $1.25
Price 25c for a large can, at than they ahuill for some time narrowing between the trees on either ;

all druggists and dealers but I don't lot myself think about band." .-- _. \
"But It would bo easy' to back out
that. I expect to go to Ironton and from. Those big stones Just this side Danish Cloth ; All Colors. Price New Dane, 86'inch. All Colors. Price
begla the life that 13 laid out for me." "
would be good hiding places. "
After taking breakfast at the union "Hiding placed! I'm astonished at s '. :' :: :
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. station, ,the former senator went to you. You should rather call them defensive 25g. 25e. ;H

.,, the offices of hIs attorney, P. W. places behind which to hold an
-------- --- ---- ,
Lehmann and preparations were begun enemy at boy. -
LA JP for the official surrender to the
They passed through the hIghway- "
United States marshal. man's position, the man apparently uninterested '
BROS.i
p C. CIIILLING'VOlt'l'J the,, girl casting furtive "B'R' NN'ilN G
Struck
fTTORHCY AND CUUNSELLORWest Young by Train, glances About her as though robberwere
there at. that moment ,
Atlanta, Oct. 22.-Miss Martha lurking very
Palm Bead, -. -. I la. Helena Dailey was, probably fatally Soon after leaving It they turn- MEMHKU\ : VEST \ OUCFICCERS
ed Into the gateway of a handsome SALMITIOI LHDIES' '
Injured at 8:10: o'clock Monday morning MERCHANTS'
G. CUUIIIE !! by an Incoming suburban train country place.Benedict '
GEO. i Everett after WEST PALM BEACH FLAN ;
on the Central! of Georgia railroad
1
Attorney and CounselloraE-Lnw cigar and started for the village to ,
at the Oakland avenue crossing, Oakland
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA get the evening mall. There was a
She struck the
was by
< pity.
I traJn and thrown 15 feet in the air, glow the In sun the, but west he following scarcely the noticed settingof it. ,----- -- -. __---r --, .:.-;-- 4' .

If. P. IHCANNING alighting again on the pilot of the lie was much in love with the romantic
engine to be tossed aside against a .
and ounsellorutLaw.lonk. young lady' who bad aspirations ,
Attorney pile of crcwsUes The extent of Mtea to be a highwayman and had pro. 1 1ll
( .. over Dank. Dntley' injuries is not definitely posed to her. She had refused him, on + 1 S

) WEST PALM BEACH, FLA known, as the extreme agony of the the ground that.be .was too matter;, of Sun! Pub C ,
young lady has prevented attending tact. He wished be could find some Tropica ": ;o
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL phYelclane from making a careful ex- method of getting the romance out of
amination. It Is believed, however, her. IIla only objection It was that
C. HOOD, M. I>. that her right hip was splintered and, It stood between !him and her. Once
II, her skull fractured In at least two married, the cares: of wife! oiul) mother ,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON places. Besides, "he lBus1s. ned several would soon flrnw her away from such ,:" .', .1 ::t,(
Office over Pottcr'a bicycle utoro WEST'; bruises about the arms and body. schoolgirl ,nonspimo, but ha was' not an ;;"+ I' .. J'' "j'
PALM BEAm. luwldimce near Royal I She is now at Grady. hospital. The Inventive /genius and no :.method of ."<'I" I ",J- t';
Pulifcliiita.( Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12-1 accident, ds due to :the fact that two curing her occurred to him. ..... ," ,
An hour Inter lie was returning. It
J It. B. POTTER: M. D:<: passenger ered the same trains crossing of ,the at Central once, 'cov- was quite "dnrk. Suddenly{ 1n some JII' .''f'
high bushes beside the rond ho heard n "
11 I
BJil-08 WEST: PAL*I nBA: JT. FLA. click and In another moment' the l '''

DENTAL Temporary Injunction Granted. words: )

Birmingham, Ala. Oct. 22.- A Throw1 up your hand!!." t; 1 Ccr 1 i'Ca' 1 Ca a Cc, 1(Ccr 1 Cs,+ 1&cr 1 Cc, 1(Ccr 1 Ccr ... .
special to the News from Jackson, Everett stopped. At the same moment
ltR.H.MAcr OR.J 'NEWhlAN Mis.. says that Judge Nlles, In the a masked head appeared above ) ? .. !4d r

Drs. MACr & NEWMAN federal court, granted a temporary the bushes, and a revolver'was thrust .- ,. s

DENTIS1S injunction restraining the Mississippi near his face. :1-
railroad commission from enforcing "Throw up your bands! sold ttie j ) ...
Office in Jefferson Block rate of 4V4 voice again. ," '
an order promulgating a HE merchant and
WKSTPALM BRACK. FLORIDA cents! per hundred on grain and grain "My friend." replied Everett, "don't manu .
products between> Vicksburg And Lau you think I would look very ridiculous er. .

Dlt, j. 10:. .I.II3DY rel. for The by restraining the Alabama! ond< and r was Vlcka-applied + stars standing with here my hands lnl_the sticking rood under up In,the tho '" '".' facturer does not ,buy ,

all', 'I,'" ,
Dentist ,
radlroad, the chief> contention
Once ririt door wont or Dildo County; State burg being that the rate was viola UTe 1 of vriands up or I shootl"! I ', printing to sell again j it .(
Bunk law relativeto "Why /shoot? I am perfectly ,willingto
the Interstate commerce listen to any,demamla you have to ,. >
WEST PALM; BBAC11. J'LORDA continuous mileage ra'tM. Nov. I ltheir M.J
make upon, me and If they are reasonable is'part equipment 4
MONEY TO LOAN. was set for the hearing. to satisfy them. v>
YOU PROPERTY THAT "Do I bid dead man." '
IF HAVE as or you are a
you want to Improve and need moneyto Negro, 117 Years Old, Dead. "My dear follow, I have no desire to for doing business ,and ',, .',. ''I,
do It with apply to Oeo. O. Cuirie, 'Tenn lle. Qa. Oct. 22.-Uncle I live. I. have Just been refused ,by a .
West Palm Beach. George Lewis, who is known allover lovely,'girl, and life will henceforth bea
this section as. toeing the oldest negro burden to me.:" : is the only part of the'equipment t\ t\

I anywhere, Is dead.< The old man was Meanwhile Benedict, Instead of backing *,- ..> :' ? : X )
GAO, HASLEHURST & SON and to hie death away from the robber, was slowly '
, 111 years of 'age, up that under the of in- i
seemed 'to confronting him, and It was now( within ". .. "
.
Contractors and Builders went to( sleep and could not be waked V 't '
his reach. He made a sudden grasp '
'
up and In a short time was dead. terested people out> of'their home \ '
Pi O. BOX 304 1 for It .and wrenched It'from the rob- "I'"
t l Thl good old. negro lived a few miles ,,,, l '" ..' .. ,
ber's hand i n ".. i
011N from TennJdle on Mr. DooUttle'a "Hands I" 'cried Everett In a .. .', ? -. ."." .- -
: Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS farm. He was a good old man, always changed tone.up r. -,' ',. city. h t

attending to his own business tie could see a pair of hands thrustIn : : > n'i ii I ,

,, I and tried to get everyone' ,ot Ms the air. The sleeves were full and t. I
race to do likewise. resembled a domino. '. f >J i k ( ' ..' .. 1 p ., ',
3 and march.. < You Must'aye Good Printing xt
about Quick: f ;
"Torn !
,. .. ....., .. .
'. '
Broward Thank. Roosevelt. The figure lost no tlmo' In obeyingthe 1:: ..'''''," eO'-" That Kind of Printing .w. '"
Washington, Oct 22.-The president order. It stepped\ briskly Into the ,
rondo When it was out where ha could .' ,'
trW received the followingtelegram I .
I; Monday; << I 1
I of It Benedict GIVE; US YOUR ORDER !
from Governor Broward of lBet a better view saw a ,
to a message of r flowing garment of 'some sort over ., ,., .. r..3,
Florida, in response ;
sympathy for those who had Buffered I other clotbes Everett concluded :to 1,1 '\ ii& ,

rS'h k n by federal the aid recent if necessary storm and. an"Lee offer bura.Fl. ,o(, I hasten fire.fire .e He bid shot pulled steps.over :the the The man's trigger/pistol did bead' again not to ,','.", '\.'(e:, i t! The Tropical Sun Publishing Co, *? i'''

.. Oot. 21,-I express to you the! '( *
Again It failed .. t', I ft ,4.aro".vae MM* !
Florida S
OF sincere thanks of the people of "What,' no tend: ? If you turn I'U :
..+ for your expression of sympathy brain you 'with 1t:." I" ,4 Printing and Publishing
- doors) Sash, and sincerely thank you for your offerof .Everett heard a stifled sob, then "Oh : r ;: .

iiiion y national aid. We will advise .you Benedict! ''1' \ : t ,** .,West. Palm Beach. Fla.. .,.' ..ea n t
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Blinds,Mouldings further after Investigating matters, He advanced, caught the figure In \ ,,. .:: -' '. :. '-, \ .. i tit
his arms, tore off a\ mask and In the I
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,. Building Material, London Given, Oct.Twenty 22.-The Month man wtyllng. dim"For light heaven's recognized sake: Olive.,"'. he exclaimed- ''' ; : : :: 2 i
does this mean? : :
himself Gerald Morgan, and who "what .
CHARLESTON, S, C. claimed 'be' a member lot theHar. ? Olive put her hands to her face and tt 1t( i.Stie&1 1rttt tt r' 1t(" 1tte .iu.ie.i. 1 :

tiLargest Factory South,- Yard Rowing club and nephew of JV trembled' convulsively.That ) : -,, 1
Monday sentenced at ended the highway robber'J"Snddent ..
Send for Prices.WLER P. Morgan waa ? and It ended Mr. ,Everett's 'rejection. ,
the!! Old Bailey to 20 months at hard I : %
He was lovingly.sympathetic,
,,0 c11a.rg.of having obtained .
l labor on the and when she sold he had been 'un I I
I a small sum of money by' fraud bad she beena '
necessarily fierce even 1 i't
) BROS. from' Dr. Dickey. of Greenwich.- real highwayman be,begged her to .

forgive him.Everett .;
MACHINE SHOP Failure of Exchange Operator. I had had a faint suspicion! of I 1 .
New York Oct. .23.-The failure her Identity'through her voice, which I I '.
: ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY of J. W.' Hennlng an. operator on though well %-disguised( could;not' be J
INDa of LATHE and SHAPE WORKS ,. was But be never confessed \
the New York Stock Exchange made masculine. '
\ ENGINE SUPPLIES '.announced on the' floor o( the ex- this part of the affair, thoughhe W s'tPaiIh'B'eachFb.;= Y YItW Yi
change Monday. Penning' was a was obliged to "beat tho devil Nva
FOR SALE large trader on the exchange! It to around tho stump" to conceal It, and ,
lOCI laId 'he suffered loeaee 4n Chicago to this day his wife considers him a
:ii iiPerry tending+ Luke Pronto i Milwaukee and St. Paul stock In April marvel of cool courage.> 6'W'
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i: f J amour Lady Friends Are CIothes-Critics> NEGRGWAS\ LYNCHEDAS MIMing Pound For In Eleven'Deserted Dsys Home.Corp. I Is i We Have Building NI'aterrial


i GUARDS SLEPT Norfolk Va. Oct. 22.After" bav

Inc been. missing for 11 days EV.
James, a member of clubs of Norfolk' I YOU HEED IT
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a % and said to be worth $500.000, wa
Officers (Awake to Find Prisoner found dead In a room of the old James .

I to Tree. mansion here Sunday. Death, ()()-urr- Can't We Get
I Hogging a Together
4 )& w. ed over a week ago and was d.te to I ?
I = asphyxiation. The police are investigating !

i NEGRO HAD VERY BAD RECORD his. death.. Mr. James was
q I' u* F1 i EAST COAST
f 1 a member of the Virginia 'club here: LUMBER AND SUPPLY OS
the Westmoreland" jn Richmond( and i
.' ( 1 1r I He Had Committed Assault on White I of a 'prominent Baltimore organization WEST PAUL BEAcr.r, FLORIDA

r "I l Woman and Had Been. Chased by lIe lived alternately at these i....NO'ON1N10' ..00..NO..N.N.. .

l lI ... Bent. on Lynching Him For three places. No one has slept In the 000OON00111N/
old mansion at 62 Fourteenth street", -------

Two Day.. the heart of the old aristocratic sec Florida East
Coast
Mobile. Ala.. Oct. 22.-Robert tlon of Norfolk, for about tea years Rail;

I ,. Ili r1 Clarke, alias Dan Dove, a negro from A room on the main floor bad been Local Time Card No. 1. In Effect September
Kansas City wa hanged. from a tel- used by James for a decade as an 16, IJflf.tunam .
\\t Li\\liIIJ\ f/lIfI/ IIll egraph pole near the Lucedale depotof office while he was in Norfolk keepIng OVntBOUND-RBAD DOWN. NORTHOoONpaNBe ..

the Mobile Jackson and Kansas his rental accounts. His habitswere ape?. ATION8. N.5
City railroad by 800 masked, and unknown very queer, according to Joe Doll M
TOt l pu 2n.m L'r..Jllobonvlll. .......
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mem Sunday morning;, after : Wright a negro who baa lived In a OIpm! a 28IIm ....._..... South Juokeor.vlla.. ...._.........ArTJp., ..
spirited from the house In the rear of the mansion for 7mpm 10.'lam ... ............... $. UIf".thl................Lv" flap.. h
being mysteriously 7.Ipm 11 tMam .................. llavtingr.. ............... e II.POI
Jail of Jackson county, Mississippi. 16 yean and who said Mr. James a ox E!!._ 111111&m ................ERHt i'nhttka a................... 6/fpm": .
The wae ,arrested late Friday airways locked himself in whenever be S BBpm 200n r................... "antli...................... :; upm 1
ll ngro .....S .Spm U loam Lr...................ralatka! ............ ..... Ar /.M1pm. -
are. When you're In their personal Bight ty a posse who followed him to Visited< the mansion. a&PID ............ Ar. ................I-xnM. i.oo................ :lv.: 641. ,la 1
women Luce- Thursday Oct. 11 Mr. James ............ ................
N i MOST under close scrutiny. Therefore attire within 2 all* of Mobile from was 61/iam/ .L6 IIlaleo.................Ar 9 ;
comes wardrobe made to yourself dale, where he bad attempted to as- last seen, alive by Wrlght's wife. Ho pin la B 7pm tai.................. uuuulte.................. i 'Pm'.O .\ -.....
beyond reproach by having your your own 124Opm .. ...................JJupont................... .. 1 .Piii"pm
f measures and special order by Midi. two white women and bad stolen came to the house) that morning a .Hpm 1 18p. ........-........ Ormoud .................. I ''I ( -. horse aad .bat The negro made an. Investigation, and 1002pm 124pm w................Dayama.. ..........._.... 8upm. 1
Their model sanitary tailor-shops In New'York' and 'Frisco are the a gun 101bpm 180pm ...............Fonorange.........._. x
CI. and discovered, through window the 10 8/b; ................ ? 8ipm
"I I all who them. Here the art of making good clothes The negro offered resistance a j r Wpm \ B'nyr"n.' .............. 8
of
admiration see of shot In the thouMer. dead body of his<< employer la a sitting rn.m 44tpm .............. .............. ; liplII /1
to order for men thousands of miles away has attained a degree was 11111..... A.t: ;.............. aafiCen................, :.r Y"'iilll'
perfection never before dreamed of. In a few days from the time Deputy Sheriff H. W. Klntoa of position, In a chair at his desk. 1I401un 3mpm .........Oml1ltot:! .j n ,.uPIII 11,
K"' you select the cloth and the style you wish, your suit or overcoat ., pucedal took the prisoner from the The police found a gas Jet la the 104ripni lopro v................New: Bmvrua nom. ?............ .Ar -124i'I'1II Tub t
? Lack from back I .. wide I 1l10pm I 40pm .oak. hili................ .. "" /
Taylor-on James
1' : your evade Mls room open. was a bachelor .Lv'240PIII
and managed to
I posse a 11 blpm B lepm Ar.1.I! !lI ............ .... .. I
':" TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL 'HIS TAILORING M alp$ inoto !bent on lynching him with relatives la Washington, 1 l loam I-i'iiitm Arr................Bnitiord.. ............:., .ii": r U 2 ();lore' I
S } .' Hinton placed the negro In the Luce- Baltimore, R1chmond( an/I Norfolk, 118\1pm 11 Mam Lvt..I 14'' t'"M ,' and take 'li ilpm B lapin ..v.L t.vlllo......,....,.::. I I
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showsamples measuresFINE dale jail and with another deputy, but his nearest kin,, two liters, died 12 Slam B filpn .. ... ............ .................;. ,.Ai' a'' 'Iilll t
,. guarded him until Sunday morning, about ten yean ago. 12 beam BMpm ......... ....Rockh.l} ,",.................Lv.. t1'tlylp)' j
LINE GENTS' FURNISHINGSI. 104..m 4 i\pm:) ......... ......f J all Unlll................. ..
when both fell asleep.] Whether the death wa' accidental l1H..1D .1I0pm .. ................Molhnutue............... .. 1247)"a) ll
When awakened. the was or' not foes not yet been determined 1 Sfam 8 Wpm :................ Bab-wllan ............ .... .. 12"7PIII' 1S
they negro 4Ham 8 mime), ..................141. 1,"rlo...,............. .. 11 em' na
# It GORn011i missing and was subsequently found by the verdict of the ooroner'.s JuQ'nOC" ; Obarn e lfop," .". ....,.........l'ortl..roo.) ................ .. I 10,, "', llN
by the BOam 81171m :.:...............TlbbllU.................. .. Ie
strung. up to a telegraph/ pole a short Investigation of>; the polio 8811..m dfpm .. ...... ...... 1'alerl ... ............ .. 1Q, .m; f
distance from the Jail. *. 8.0am d 40pm .. :..:.. .. .. ..... Juaen....:...........,.. t ''tlm. 11
: Merchant Tailor West Palm Beach. Fla I Slam d 07pm, .. .......:..:........Ntunrt..............:.... .. 10./t1ll,, /.
A man 'who reached Lucedale re- 4 mare 1 2:1pm: ................llohe Nnuml' ............... .. :to )am to
*nrt that he ran Into a' masked and TO BRF WITH. ATICAN. 4 .Oam 740pm "..................W".tJllplt..r .......... ... .. D lon. N
__ B loam I B! lM1nna fA ..............,.o.tJ.almlJ"u., ....... .., .. I I .91110..,.__. n
ea heavily; armed mob par. the tallt't{\ iipm .. ..................iiovniou ............:::::' uDulrn
late on Saturday night, and that. they Concordat of 1851 Denounced by Min B 63am 8 Wpm ............. .. ... ; ................. .. b'mm, :
6 4Han\ 4t\>pni .......... ...:.Fort LtitHlvrtlala......... .*. u H Jam a
forced him to retrace his steps. There later of Foreign Affairs' 6"7"11147).m! ) ....................Irunla..a....... ...:.. 7 "ham t
Madrid Oct. 22. 7 00am 0Nlpm/\ .........>.....Ilnllnndnlo.' ............... .. 7 lUam I
-I la absolutely no clew to the Identity -A note drawn un 7 BHnin 10 20pm ................Lemon city ............... 7 Dam' I
of any member of the mob. by Minister of Foreign Affairs aullo 7SOam 10 Wpm At...................Miami............ .. ,Iv 6 am II i
denouncing 800am ........... Lvt. ............. .. illnml... .........'.'.. 4 )ta I
The coroner1 Jury returned a verdict the concordat! of 1851 and 10 8Uam) ...........: \rl..l1ol\l..I..I.: ............ .. jj"1:.t : 1
that "the .deceased cam to frig'5 Inviting the Vatican to open] 'negotiations u
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I & death. at tile end of an. Inch. .repo." for the conclusion of n new concordat III1ffi Dally Parlor oxcoptanmliiy.Car on 1..20, and 78. BulIVit Slpcnlng' Cars on Tell'' .011>and nT"t *

gHoL more In keeping with present -
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( Negro Had a Bad Record. ideas will be presented to the vatican) N'.23 No.21 .
Dille DEeaept MAYPORr BRANCH. IB !0
-JIIIL- : lA1 m Sm Kansas City, Oct. 22.Robert The government. Is absolutely deter- Sundry o nay Sundry Only I sn ndar INU ,n, 'sit

Clarke, the negro lynched near Mobile mined that the aasootatlao bill be 'i Onpm;'; 10 loam; ; "" S tOpm f.V OOam Le........Jecknnv/lta, / .. \. I Pm .
iLL'w had a bad police record here. paseed and it* provision* onrrtsd out. 208pm 101uem e.IMpm, ....nthJxrka..t.vllla..L.. .. .p ,
In 210pm 10 roam Cspan, :SIWam ........1.1011".01/1 .. .... ,n
a For ten years up.to the time he left case the blU la thrown out of the Vbpm \Qham/ I IIIIpm 94-.un, .. .......Atl..nllc. beach.-. / s I j;:
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Kansas. City a year ago, Clarke was senate !which I S. not probable, thegovernment B meat H loam 1101'11I ........... .......... r. :I t
the price bully of Cottage Lane, a will ak King Alfonso, tQ

& negro settlement here and bad served dissolve. parliament and It believe H, ,. PENINSULAR: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMS1SIP[ ..CCXKECTa.tf; AT MIl-

Innumerable sentences In the county will have the complete: support of the Class Ccaoectloa Made st Miami with
Steamships of the P. & 0. S. i"i: c.
Jail for participating. / la, cutting country In such a. step. Havana and Key West.
affrays, The I bill of association) was approved _
In the cabinet meeting held SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
Mob last Friday and !immense Lr MIAMI."'....Tnendayt, 8atnrdaya..ll>rn Lv HAVANA.... Th rndaya. ,....R!
Searches For Assailant.Montgomery. an CNl'Wdor !
Negro ArKIYW ; ..\ "' ."" "",, Bundaya.. 1 Olipm( Ar KEY!; 1VRV'r... Tl/ ir, ... ..
l.ri.
Ala.. Oct. 23.- mob of 60' to 100 went to No. 4 state the minister after tie meeting. .ArHAYANA..Thurwlrys..OatY.m At MI AMI. ...FrldH) Ti *Lp.d

prison g mites out, Sunday looking Public excitement to. running :high Additional Salllnga between Key West and Havana.

I I II for Herman Thompson the negro who and such enthusiasm bad. not been LvKETWffiT.MondayeIMdaye..8enpm Lv11AVAVATnntdevrPntnrdrnl. ,
WO-WREADY assaulted. little Callle Gain Friday brought out by any Que tlQll'lIlnce the At SA..VANA..Tu.....'.,.Saturday*.... a BOain \NKViiTuoudayj.ltatunIw. ; ; :-j

II s The main part of the crowd remained Spanish-American war. Trains Discharge' Passengers at Ship's Side. No transfer. : .
: out of sigh ,,while two men "were allowed .
to examine: the cells and prison. Mexican Governor Aeeused. 'Tbcra.Tim Tabloi chow the tlmrai at which train may ba xpi>cbcl to arrlv" ,mrf'" j
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from the .r.1 autloni,but .
.. their arrival or departure at the lime .to t ct la not if'/>'4
-I .-,-- They left liatislfled that the negro", was Mexico City, Oct. 22.-A profound nor I*this Company to ba hakl roaponiiiulo" many delays or any onn..'!"., "U
not there. The whereabouts of the sensation baa been caused by the announcement For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Ir.formatloo

_ ( cob .Jiunzs_ j negro are a* yet unknown. have been that voluminous to documents "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
f presented con*
.. !Pplrltsd' Away to 8av,>"from Lynching' gross formally acoualn* Rand Isa J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Clen'l Pasi Art.) ST. 4tmtlcT'Mn'

2atnt: ing, gaper Ranging: Graining: : Waa. ... j Gadsden, Ala... Oot. !J.-JohnMoseley bel. governor of the state' of tonara, .
the arrested charged of being responsible for
negro U* violation
nishing: : Jlalsomining: and GlazingAll : : with the mwnd'er' of Snglaeer Joe Cdbb of the territorial rights. Tie aow- '
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at the steel", plant was* hurried to An- eatlons refer to the eatnonee .
.. up
Work PlMt Clue at\d. L.... Your Orders l ..ti : aB-
: nlston. Threat of lynching were Mexican, eon of ..A.rlC01nn...,.., al\,
c"r''l\lck. Store
i d".r.M..c\\ : beats here all day. Cobb was very leged to bane beta la UM goreraer'aoonver

1' popular here and In Alabama City r at the time ef tfctt Caa..ea '

rWsst> ])aZ'nt 13Sac j where he lived. The engineer wap' riot.. The exact. terms CC\Jta aoouc n

brained with a.ban. f -t, tag document or sot a* yet knows.

______J and their being node publlo> 1* being
lows Mob Wa. Formed awaited with much Imyatyoiuoe{ by the

: Bloux: City, !.? Oct. 3?.-At Mpleton. .... people >lIere....,

----- -I ((0 tnttea I Boutfi of here .a> moo
s was formed for the purpose of Iyn$.. Young Farmer Badly Beaton. ,

lag Claude Fisher a farm hand, aged Pelham, Oa. ,. Oct. S8.-Iatb. town
: l Atlantic Coast Line II yearn, who 16! sold to have coo, of Mapleton\ a mile east of her.. I a I ;,- yghoI

: : tossed to a criminal! assault on Miss. on tile Flint River and Northeastern

'' Minnie Baker, a Map toD school railroad, J. A. S. Adams,'a prominent

_ lorida'reorgzala amat Virginia. : teacher Officers escaped. with the young/ farmer of this county, was
prisoner to Adaho Grove where be severely beaten.. A negro earned

was lodged In Jail.Magazine Jekn Jordan and his wife were hav-
forth Qarolzna South (jaroZ' '
r .na. Las a fight, and Mr. Adam entered

For the Blind. the house to separate then. Both of

New York Oct. 22;-<
The Great Highway of Travel From neat| wgs node Monday that Mr" I, man and dealt him several severe"

William Ziegler, widow of the patron blows Ob the bead with plecatt of rP4
Florida-East West North South of arotto explorer has The woman !
decided : escaped/ but'la* negro.
.f4 to publish a monthly magazine for man was placed under ansat and Is
the blind. It will be printed In in Jail.

raised characters,
To The East The Famous one* will! 1Ie able !to road fcjr touch.. Portal, Clerk Was 'Injured, NEW YrCalllna

and wIll| be distributed without co ito Birmingham, Ala, Oct. Je.-.IIe..
fflorlda and Wost Indian imitad the sightless' one In the Unlte board Air Line passenger train N.-. at Charleston, 8.C.,both way*.
SEBflCH
States so for a* they can be found, S3, which I left Birmingham at 8:88: THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS Bl TEW COASTWISE

and Jl or1t' Mr. Zlegler. enterprise will be the Sunday inoravng, wa derailed 1 mite THE- SOUTIIEItN
ow lcpress I first r periodical to eater Its peculiar# west of Oedartown Oa. The' baggage CLYDE NEW ENGLAND' ANDDlred

-- flew. Walter O. Holmes who h.. / oar, mail car and S.rHc. between
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aseoosd-olueg :
been long interest in work for the coach turned over, and F stal JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
Clay
blind, and through whom Mrs.. Zleg J. E. Seguest of' Blrmln ANn AU EASTERN POINTS. 0
To The West ler had her attention called to the Injured, though not 4aalan aaa. was' Calling at Charleston both ways.eE111I.WEEKLT ; ._
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# .. need for printing. )MUrature for their : Wore ,. No !: SAILINGS. Lewis ]
passengers hurt. Southbound WhIr
Th.e caora ()< From
JI1o'Ztigomary Routo and -tlio "ZixYoZger 11.8-4.; !Will., ;put the'nogaxine underway the B4c4dent baa not been datwaon.d, Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, !

.till: ?:'I h.JiIo.! yr CLYDE ST. JOHN RIVERBetween. Li.

; via Atlanta Leper Pe>*en' d; Body Cremate Gives Up self. te the 8h.rll Jacksonville and 3anfora.

L .l.rk t burr> | W. Va., Oct. it.-Tbe loaeab\1lrO. Ga., Oct. JJ.-tAft>>r and
V elu.4I. the officers of Stopping at Palatka, Later, St. Francis, Barestord ( )
body of George Raschtd. the Syrian the few. for a hDeLrvdjr;
Pullman Cars ,And Through Coaches On All Trains leper, was cremated In a booking week, Will B. Lee, the young man IntermedIate Landings on the St. Jo

manner at Plcken. The booty u who shot WU1 O. White, the telegraph Steamer City of Jacksonvilleppalntad
which he bad been ] operator at Jonstfboro on last "
staying .
: wa set on aa follow*! 01u.NO'
Atlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all fire and 1I.la .body wo consumed with Sunday. eight surrendered to Slutrlll Roturnlnir leave.LsavoJ.ckaonvUBgraSdu"nsd.ndyueya i> aIFnryl1dn1y,

points via all train as far east as Washington It. It I I. now declared that his death Brown serif. ; Suiidajr raorrUn.. lie -e

and as far west as St. Louis, Cincinnati and New wee the result of foul play. Many was placed In th* county Jail bare. I Southbound Read down. gohxlula. .

Orleans; rats $25 people at rtokn say the leper was A preliminary hearing will proAO, Ceara I[ ssopm ..... ........ .... JACKSONVIL '
f given poison.\ : In hi. food. fce held daring the coming w ak. i jpm............ .. ......... ....... PALATKA.... ..
{ CONSULT THe PURPLE.FOLDER Joaam.............. ................ ASTOR .... .. _."" .. ...
Mr. Lydia Clark Dead. Marines .. 4 SO.m................ ....... "-f. FRANCIS.. .. ..
r For full and detailed information regarding New York Oct. SJ.-Mrs. Lydia Havana to Leave Havana. .. -. .......... ...... ...BBF. 8FORD '.LAND)...... .". .
rates Pullman reservation schedules call W. Clark died at Oct. JJ.--Tno erodes 8t arrival j sa.m....".... "................ SANJPJRn ." ,...... .. ;Ill'nloe0elu
,nearest ticket write, on. Friday. Ske''wm' Victoria' N. J., on the Amerloa.n nadlnea in: Cuba began ......................................fiNTERPnl4i7.............. ........
agent or 87
your year old. Her Monday Seven huzutrail
to rln .
descendant will Office. $122 W. Bay St.
nine jeneral Passenger and Ticket
chUJren/ST grand all
FRAXK O. I10YI.8TON' w.D.STARK, on the cruisers Minneapolis __
g' D.tdet, .._.....A..a" Tr."........A...' children.: U great-grandchildren' and Newark and DcnTer. Sli huc>r.it 1': M.1RUNMUNUeRJr"Ar'1UenuP.: .. &11&)2:& w.... ua,SJ.J'j'': .N
l Jaea.oevU1e. Fla. nine t0est-greabgr.abchtde.o 1 W, U.COOPKIi: Jr. Rnlth' '
will
were remain at Camp Columbia end y
white Hops ... Florida ,
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exactly equal in nambw to DM year I,1"10'' are still scattered throughout A.1IAUEHTY: ,0811'1 B.."'. rARC..New Yo.t CLYngMlLN1L : r a

1. -""' ..........---................------- of Iller ace. __ dA AOlWesk 'iLa THKO: O. KOKR.: Vlo Pre.'M..'nt:and u.nerllI1llllna'I, ).Ill I m.'.

I f fjonrrat OUlooa.I'luiHd, North Ulvor. ,.:Jow York I j..

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SUN, WEs'r PALM DEACH, ,FLORIDA, : j j"I

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ESSTEEDEE"WILL G. G. Strohm Company j t

"I GIVEN TO WEST : 1''

RoyalBakin1f .
FAMILY GROCERIES

SeT'ere Weather Prevails Facet II
Food Products ''r
Fancy
Wyomi g to IIW :M: xico.

Pow4ler CUREDANDRUFF .
i Grain and Provisions ;
SNOW FALLS IN BLINDING SHEET
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Telegraph and Telephone Service Cut'' JEFFERSON{ :: BLOCK c
Absolutely
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Off and Railroad Traffic la Greatly, > .1 '

Pure Delayed-Wind Doe Great Damagd West Palm Beach, Florida

at Salt Lake I 1<
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t Denver, Colo. Oct. 22.-A general ,
DISTINCTIVELY A the'I ---- ------ ----- ----- --- t
CREAM -
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OF storm of snow prevailed along; -

eastern slope of the Rocky mountains I' ; ..."___.__ .,__._.=_mlllRl".ar..". _""" '!'-- ..-,--'
, TARTAR BAKING -POWDERRoyal from: Wyoming to New Mexico Sumd l j "

does not contain an atom'of Snow has fallen In Colorado almost
Incessantly! for the last 24 hours, and
phosphatic acid (which is the ,
still continues Sunday night. I ,
product of bones digested in sulphuric Suburban, electric lines haven oper- !, SELL ONLY THE PUREST .

acid) or of alum (which is ated with difficulty, and railroads i I
.have experienced delay In running, I i : MEATS
GROCERIES
one-third sulphuric acid) substances :: trains. As yet no serious results ara''1.1

adopted for other reported In. this section F .
baking
powders West Palm Beach i'''
,,because of their cheapness. I ZAPP; BLOCK, OPPOSITE FERRY '
Won Blizzard Since 1882.
Gasoline and
Alibuquerque, N. M. Oct. :22.: -Toe I

worst\; blizzard;; since the great stormof Oil Delivery A Post Card JV'illlJrin! Oar Order Man to Your ,,
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i 11OVAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. 1882 la general throughout! New
Mexico. A high wind' bringing a Door. Give Us a Trial "t; i'

general fall: ot snow and sleet throughout -

the'Grand valley, and reports Indicate ... 4
that the losses to snoop grow :
WacFAYDEN COMMITTED SUICIDE I (3C/rZ.J cttZc .!}:t.'.
ed cnarg'ed with 'iavfmg registered IN era will .be very heavy. iy'vvvBeautiful '
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legally 14 Ume& Ile washeld '11\ The atond began here about 7 vwwww %-
of Bankers Who Suspended I
Wai Head 5.000 ball. 'Oa o'clock Saturday morning with a high
Business Saturday. gerty In each instance I
gave t1u. surname Ilaggerty wind, which rapidly Increased In velocity !
Oct. 22.-P. MacFayden, Lots
London until by 9 o'clock the gale had ..i< :*
bard of MacFayden & Go. bankers, but used a variation\: : of: first name j Hang Up .
It IK alleged that lie confessed Ha reached the proportions' ) of a tornado. | ,
announced Saturday -
whose suspension wa mentioned no party accomplice It la The wind< oarrled dense clouds of ] tIn
committed BuJcUto within an.bou.r I Your Card
said and gave the Impression tba.the sand and dust which developed Into I i
ot the Addition :
posting tie notice i The New
after Railway
acted on. Iris own responsibility rain, and 'with the rapidly falling\ ; and Our Wagon ,
failure on the door of the bank by
looking for/. marlcet.Mr. temperature. Into sleet and. snow. 'I
himself before a train In a .
throwing; I
Sunday night the snow was falling; in Will Do The Rest '
tunnel about hi a tulle away from blinding sheets, and meager. 'reports

big! place. Ma of a.yden business.Hr. appears. to lave W W. Snell spent Monday In ; Indicate !that It Is much more severe IWt &W.g_ To the City of West Palm Beach.Convenient .

Miami on business. __ In the country. Telegraphic, and! telephone
his bank to elation to Railroad -
gone direct from a service Is almost completelyshut Bridge, Ferry z

of tie City and: South London Capt. E. M. Dimlclc left this morningfor of! and railroad traffic Is de station and to the business part '-

railway, to, bare entered the tunnel Stuart, from which place he will\ go layed. Some minor damage has been '
unobserved and deliberately lain downlnron.t to his orange grove on Lake Okeecho-! done In Albuquerque, Las Vegas So- i Factory For SaleIN of town.' Prices Low and Terms

of: an .-approaching train bee to look after the packing and shipping corro and smaller towns south of Al- Easy. A good discount will be allow- Jr,
The engineer reported having run I
over ... .obstruction In the tunnel anda of a big crop of oranges. buquerque suffered In, northern while the New sheep Mexico.Industry WEST PALM BEACH eel for Cash

search revealed a shockingly mutilated A delegation of Odd Fellows from the I .
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.body, which was Identified M Lake Worth Lodge went to Miami Sun Utah I Ie Being Swept. (n

that of Mr. UacFayuen. day horning to attend the funeral of the Salt Lake Oct. 22.For the last! f'I::HE Victor Talking For p'aand*, full Information npply to (

It Is rumored that the failure -of:'P. !' late Harry Thompson, one ofthe victimsof 24 hours this city and vicinity has'' #
UacFayden &: Co. the London house the wrecked steamer St. Lucie, which been swept by a wind storm of un- j --J.cJ Machine a regular WALLACE R. MOSES, i ; ,

of Arbuthnot &: .Co. bankers, of went down in the hurricane last Thurs- paralleled severity. In addition to'' Sunshine Fac ''
IIadra, was connected with the cot- I Agent Florida EAst Coast Railway Land Dop rtment. 1
day. The party consisted of Geo. G.Currle three serious accidents to persona, tory." X. There are no
ton market, but as Mr. MacFaydenwas Dr J. E. Liddy, Geo. IIurd, H. property over a wide area has been West Palm Beach Florida. '
the sole partner In. Jjjurope, 1't..Isaifflcult W. Lewis, MnxSirltln; L. W. Burkhardt, devastated, a fire fanned ,by the wind'has ;[ 'dull days when you ,

to obtain Information on ''
eral took place from the Episcopal church Utah Packing; company causing a'
Miami loss of about 1250,000. During the Come and hear a feiv '
In Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
"Newsboys' Friend" Dead. full\ period of the storm trains have..
the
Chicago, Oct. 22.-Isaac Woolf arrived Irr&gularly. For much of the songs by great opera DO it D8GDGOUDit Dm
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell from
bead of a large .clothing company, time the street car service has been'' stars; comic recitationsand :
all: points In Florida to Gainesville Nov.
was found dead In hie bed Sunday at at standstill, and the electric :
He had-died of a contraction nth-IJth, account of the Florida Divis a lighting fanny sayings !;
residence.
hie !
plants are out of commission.
of the windpipe, which caused ion of the Confederate Veterans reunion, Ruined -buildings, fallen chimneys, 'm I WHEN YOU WANT r

traneuhktlon. He was 84 years old. tickets at the rate of one cent per mile, broken windows, loosened signs and '

For the last 26 year Mr. Woolf had plus twenty. ve cents, with limit to return toppled trees throughout this and adJoining I
been known as the"atwtiboya' friend." not later than midnight of the iSih., towns are the most common'' A nice Buggy or Carriage to take a drive y;

Every year .he fare a newsboys' dlo See your nearest railroad agent for exact: souvenirs of the storm, and form, In The Best Machine On Earth A good Saddle Horse for a center or exercise 1 + .

ner. From uapretentious ibeglnnIngs, rate, or for any further Informationwrite the aggregate, an Immense source of: I''IS
To See Its To Buy It Goode Delivered or Hauling of any kind done, call on ,
there were 100 ragged and hungry! Frank C. Boylston, District Pas lose The wind attained a maximum

little giieits; served Mt the Crst, the senger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jack. velocity of 62 miles an hour at 9 1

feast has grown to
Importance numerically considered. o'clock Sunday' morning. For hours
Last and other Lake Worth Produce Co : : THAT
year 10,900 newsboys (Advertisement.) afterwards it maintained/ an average' .
hungry urchins from the rtreeti. and There seems little doubt that the con speed of 38. I '
poorest tenement dla.tr1c1s, attendedthe stitutional amendment to Increase the A number of persons here sustained Fresh Fruits and Produce Received :S TREATS YOU RIGHT ; N

Thanksgiving dinner. Every one of will\ be ratified. Injurlee from falling trees and short-
salary our judges
comdJered! Mr. Woolf: *s his personal They fIre the poorest paid men in the circuited wires. Dally; 1 Bakers of Bread to Eat I :& Dogs Guns and Guides furnished for Hunting Parties

friend and the tothlnf merchant enoouraced .-,' public service, and receive a salary fixed % We send drivers with you if you wish 1

this feeling Many of them twenty' years ago notwithstanding act. Six Inches of Snow at Duluth. ,' Horses are boarded agd well taken care of 3f
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had been to previous dinners given by Duluth, Minn. Oct. 22.-A, blanket
the man, who to. his boyhood, had ual \living expenses have increased more of: snow, 8 Inches or' more, 'fen L. A. WILSON : Transients fed at any time I

been a newsboy himself. There were; than Those forty who per believe cent. that the lands to be Sunday night In northeastern Minnesota I I WE SELL WOOD and deliver It to you '
(50 other good
turkeys and many covering the Vcrmllllou and MANUFACTURER OP :
should bear the burden of the
things. The 5000. benefited
expanse was Meaaiba ranges and extending as far CAMPBELL*&
drainage tax should also vote for the west as Fo ton. Boots and Shoes :|i MONROE ;
amendment to the constitution
Hearing I. Convened. drainage
Knoxville: Tenn. Oct. 22.-Judge' A vote against drainage constitution Storm Passing Eastward. Repairing In AH Kinds of Leather: :lone Block North of Bank West Palm Beach, Florida K 4,,

Judson S. Clement of Georgia and. amendment means that the voter de Ellis! ', Kan., Oct. 22.--Colorado's Goods Neatly Done, : f

Jaime S. Harlan of Illinois members sires to be taxed, together with all the snow storm Is passing east and prevailed Di rODUUD U emmmm882zz
of: the Interstate commerce oommls- taxable property of the Stale for the Monday In western Kansas. Indian Tamed Buckskin Y4a

aloa, formally convened a hearing for purpose of draining the lands of nine Passengers reaching here on belated t 4a
the commission In this city Monday corporations. eastbound trains report a heavy snowstorm and HorseMde Sloe
tnornlng.! It S IM to ascertain the relationshIp In progress between Ellis and
of the Southern railway to Denver. FOR TENDER FEET .
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CURES CHILLS West Palm Beach
the coal mining Industry 1 In the Ten- Olive St. North of New Jefferson Blo
There W.\Virt'Nacogdoches, Te :na.'
nessee-Kentucky: Held. are G. say"Ills Hearing Set For December 3.
also present Martin: S. Decker, assistant nad chills and fever- ,
daughter Washington, Oct, 23.-10. the ru- Ttansfef '
secretary of the commission; three years; be could not find anything ;preme court of the United States on FOR SALEMy Company ; ,
of
Joints :
a, Murphy, representative "
Monday, the Virginia .FertillzerTrust" !I
the commission, who' made, preliminary hat would belo her till he used Herbus.
cases were advanced on: the
la. advance house 1th place here known as "CERES," 33 B. F. CARTER, Manager k
Inquiries In' this region His wife will not keep w docket and a hearing set for Dec. 3

of Monday' meeting; 0. C.McCberd out U, and cannot say too much for it,' next. The Basest are In the nature acres, railroad tuna through It; fronts on Stables and Yards Banyan Street, Near Foinsetta
state railroad commissioner Loxahatchee river opposite railroad station ,
soc' Sold by A. G. Riegel. of habeas corpus! proceedings'' and the r
of Kentucky, and W. O. Davis ofVeradllee defendants, who are connected with ; six room dwelling, two room packing ,f2 : 1
Ky. Thetwo last namedare HUMAN BLOOD MARKS.A the alleged\ trustare resisting removal house, both old; most of land cleared -

attorneys for the commission.' taleof horror was. told by marks of from the eastern district of ; five acres pineapples In fine condition : "
THE RELIABLE STABLES
human blood In the home of J. \V. Williams Virginia to the middle district of Tennessee .- fertilized and good for JOOO crates ,

Will Postpone Trip. a well known merchant of Bac, for trial. next season; prlce'3OCo. Will exchange ,
Waahington.,Oct. 22.-Baron Speck Ji!::::>.o
Miami
Palm Beach : Improved
Ven Ky. He writes: "Twenty years ago I for West or
Sternoerg. the German ambassador -
had hemorrhages of the lungs, Great Fire Wellington. property.
severe ,
baa decided to postpone his
proposed until next .IX" and was near death when I began taking Wellington* New' Zealand, 'Oct. 22. .florses and 'Icarrrr ages
trip to Texas '
HAL HARDIN .
the P.
conflagration .
tumn. He originally planned tq'makean Dr. King's New'Diecovery.! It complete The biggest la hls- "
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extended trip through the couth ly cured me"and I" have remained"well 'tory morning of;,the' The city Union occurred bank'on'was Sunday com- JUPITER; F1 A. For'hire by i 'the hour, day, week or .montb., Freight unloaded rl
west this fall, but finds that he will ever since It cure Hemorrhages; '
.plttely destroyed/ by the .flamu, and IiMqGinley' and delivered. /acllltlea! for moving freight. i1
not have time; this year to make as Chronic 'f pougbs..Settled Colds, and Brou- Special heavy
the new building of: the Bank of: South .
long a visit ait ho' dcjii'esBaron chills: and Is the' 'only known Cure for ,Wales was gutted. The Commercials Omnibus and.Stylish Carriage meet every train. Baggage
Sternberg has1' beeol Invited to- visit. Weak Lua i. Every'bottfe guaranteed Bros. Co.:
and Trocadero hol *"lIoDd ,,.veraJ Insurance transferred. All orders receive prompt.attention. r
various Texas cities. ,Many changes and If oo. Trial
by alt Druggist 500 ( '/ and -other\ business houses
have been made In' ular offices &n'Texas and the ambassador .- -
Is anxious: : .to"tiavan: epportiKntty DEVI ';' ISLAND "TORTURE r

to discover what part the newly: terrible of Piles Change In Strike. ,UNDERTAKERSEMQALMERS .' r
he case
established! > : Is no worse than ( Atlanta, Oct. 22.-.There ts no
German line of steamers ,
filleted me 10 years. Then I was situation In reference
'to the Texas Is playing Itt the development change in the to .DANQ" -- 1'
; advised to apply Backlen'a!.Arnica Salve the strike of: the machinists of the
of tie'southwest.. and less than a box permanently curedme Southern railway. The machinist! G BUDDED Mulgoba Marigoes. "

Registered Fourteen Time. "writes I* S. Napier of Rngles, Ky are out and all negotiations are now

': it ,New York Oct. 22.-rA. romarka-- Heals all wounds, Euros and Sore like off, since the refusal of the machinists I Largest: Collection of Crotons In the United States '?alms, Pr: lam

',bye attempt at election. fraud was deeloped magic., 350 at all druggists \ ,to accept the last proposal of thseto. All potgro"n. Full Line of Citrus Stock. L
-O.aecal.Msoagas.Spenoar.ae.aet forth TT;TT -gr6wu.I WHIg ;Sjpruco;.r,11 .LwulOHN : Kdl1 e8 r*
: Sunday Qlt@1L.jipLeajiaggersa : -parlors Opso.li..Maaonie Templerv..w.,4's ; ;;''M";;
I.,, .,i9-r i "' 'lIw..atra.1p'[ ,r8Wlitt; 8 g 'aJe. riij :t $h\1'.r RonglloadeAc9w:"aJ S.R1fti7 : 'PQb': ....ua -_._.w.w w .v.-i' "') 'BREACH. -- "--.4; West"paJf '138 ch "F li'lda ',
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paragraphs ofInterest Re,'. Clins. TCII'e! : and the Misses.. Tile enrollment of pupils in the clt' -

f. 'rell1p' have armed from Philadelphia schools continues to show an increase, \
Local I Where they, npi-ti tl.iMiimncr, ant arc lb,'re being now a total of 233 pupils
IK"Ill").MIII:; tile n' ,iinon." tinH ist Sicliicv -. registered.(; "''] Tl.is} akin"ievthe kludurgar: SIRKIN CO.
!Ml.. Tempi'1 is ii- Mtlant u-rtnr ot ten deportment, which hat, an enrollment -
+ I Inn fi used at Mcv'.inK'v;, Brother s I hjn--copHli.il, u u-h if llcllu-scla-ur-the- of 28 In the high school department .
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+ ,l I 'I < land! Mu: 'hlno4 and Records, al" Dlrq. I,. Constiiiitiiic is making preparations examination to be given/ to the new
n .ilifH ,at! IclniT,) & Son's. tl to move her stock of millineryand members of the faculty by County Superintendent .
ladies goods from the Stowers' building Hall is scheduled to take place OUR STRONG LINE
Messrs." H. J. Sterling and W. J. Green ;, opposite The Tropical San office, tc I next Saturday.
K drove from Delrav Mondnv and the ,
up She
spent new Anthony-Strohm building.
I Mr. Geo. W. Idner Informs The Trop-
j, the day in the city on business expects to be in her new home by the Stronger Thls.Year Than Ever
ical Sun that since the hurricane of last i
; Mr. C C, CnlUtaguo tit 1..flast\ nIght t first of November ,
week, which wrecked his East Side ,I ,
I, I for JIICk.onvll1e.wl1ctl': will spend Ibe Dr. R. H. Macy, the well known den- store, ninny valuable. articles, such as Wln'ter .
of
Blacks
P remainder of the "week, on professloual tist, has leased a suite of rooms on the rods and reels, etc., have been carried 1lJw Shipment' ;
business The Kirschbaum Clothing I I Blues for the local' storeVX !
second floor of the new Slroliui building,,
i away by looters. He requests that, for Jut) arrived. At They'arefrom '
Mi-is Edith at the corner of Olive street and Clematisavenue
Brannlng, after spendingtwo the information of nil such persons notice -
r 1 p weeks with relatives in Fort Pierce and as soon us the building Is be given that the wreck is in navigable and Our Own Make the best manufauturer and are
left Wednesday evening for West Pilui( completed will move his dental parlors waters and according to the national ol the correct styles for the' coming
,h' Beach.-Fort Fierce Tribune. from the second floor of the Jefferson statutes looters can be severely Suits in the Latest ceason. X The newest things In
block. ,Shirts,Underwear and Hosiery should
{ Mr. John S. Franz, Jr., representingthe dealt with.
Mr Jas. E. Ingraham, third vice-pres arrive by next week. X Drop by and
Fran Safe and Lock Company of Styles and Fabrics at
ident of the Florida EAst Coast :Railway Mr.\ and Mrs.A. L. Haugh have returned look th.n over whether you are
1' Jacksonville, 'was a at The Palms
I, guest and Mr. Fred S. Morse, of Miami came from a summer'* visit to various I realy to buy or not
yesterday. up from the I lifter place Monday afternoon points In Western North Carolina and $10 SI2,5o $15 and $$20SHOES I
Bros.,
Mr. Louis de Gottrau returned Anthony
yesterday
via! autouiulille remaining here Tennessee where: they report having ,
I I' from Ashcvulv, N C., where he has i until yesterday morning;, Mr. Ingrahamleft spent a pleasant vacation. Mrs. Haugh I West Palm Beach '
; been
spending the past three months for. yesterday morning by rail for Fort has commenced making preparationsfor
i i the benefit of his health. Pierce and other points up the coast. I the opening ot The Virginia, one of I II

Mr. E. M. Brelsford and Mr. C. c.1 Many friends in West Palm B ch the best known winter hotels in the city, I I
Chlllingworth spent yesterday in were'glad' to learn Sunday that Mr.Will which will commence its season about I
t where they went to attend a meeting; of Sanders, formerly of Mangonia but the firat of December. While North
the directors of the First National Bank who has for the past year been engaged: : ; Mrs. Hatigu engaged experienced help To our large assort- Ir
of Miami. for the approaching season and guests
on the Key West extension work was r
Mr. S. Percy Hadley, of the staff of among the fortunate ones who survived of that popular hostelry will be well ment of Shoes we have
r Clerks fit Broadwell & Moore's pharmacy the awful storm of last week Of course looked after next winter.

He,will is enjoying spend a few a well weeks earned recuperating vacation. be was somewhat "done up" by the Harry Leland and< Joe Moss, two white add d the celebrated ,
fearful shock but he is raft in Miami
before the of ',workmen engaged in the construct! on of
opening the busy season. and will be all right in a few days. i ,
the West Pain Beach Transfer Compa
Mr. R. W. Porter Is making extensive ny's stables,cu Banyan street were the FLORSHEIM SHOE
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/repairs! and Improvements on his double victims of accident yesterday
N. C. JONES a painful FOR liEN? WHQ CURE
.cottage on Datura street. A new roof is morning. The two- men were standing
being put on the building, which is also ,on a staging about twelve feet high ,

being repainted and otherwise improved. Contractor and, Builder when the superstructure gave way and $5 and $6 Per Pair OPENS IJ EG; 1st, 1908
J.r:Mr., Sackett has returned'from her precipitated them to the ground. Le- The VirginiaHot
uminer'a\ visit North and will spend the land Buffered a severe scalp wound
Building of Docks and Bnathouses a
Centrally Located
., season with her son and daughter, DIr while Moss sustained a few.ugly bruloea.
SpecialtyP. WEST PALM BEACH
4 and Mrs. G. G. Strohm. 'Dr. Merrill way called: In and reports- ''[ and Cold Baths Electric LightsLarge

ni MlssGladys Davies, of the Palm Beach O. Box 411. that the Injuries sustained. by the.men. Cool Rooms and cuisine the very best. Rates fa per day special Rates by
News, returned Sunday from Cleveland West Palm Beach Fla. are,,111 no way serious. \ the week or month. Carriage': run In connection with house to and front trains.
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MK. A. L HA.va H. .p..t._
'' 1 t Ohio where she has been visiting rela.tl .

t yes! for the past two months.K.ev .

'.. and 1 Mrs J. tf. Mutford reached Winter Home Site I CITY MEAT MARKETT. (; I he Par N O W O p >; N

r here Sunday morning from their summer A.. FEASTER Proprietor fT5\
home at Saratoga N. V., and have opened Fronting On Lake Worth
I their winter collate/; on the East Side. Florida cad Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs. Large home like hotel well appointed and beautiifully located giving tht.com
Mr. Geo. F. Miles of the Florida Mall Orders 'Receive Careful Attention. forts without the cost of the more extensive ones. Situated on Lake Worth oppo.
site Roy'dl Poinciana Hotel. White waitresses electric bells. Good fishing, hunt
Coast Line Canal and Transportation too feet fronting onjlake, near town ing boating. Rates $2.50 and |3,per day special rates by the week.
r Company, has arrived from Connecticut 1,350 feet deep. Is crossed by Olive Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH THUB: PALMS. ...v.."Paint BMa.
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and sill spend about ten days >in St street 750 feet from lake. Unfinished .
Augustine on business; connected with dwelling; wind mill and tank; place Is -'
the canal. piped and partly arranged for irrigationwith LAKE WORTH o.pJlN ALL TILE YEAR
:u. PlazaOVERLOOKING Seminole I Hotel t. I
Into lake
After a rest of several weelcs' the Owls standpipes; sewer pipe ; a.
l Whist Club resumed their usual' weekly complete bath room fixtures, with hot OPEN ALL THE YEAR ,Rates $3.00 and Up
Monday evening at the home of water; nice lawn and a great many fruit Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths: Newly Furnished Throughout./ Rates
games trees, all in bearlnfr. For a limited time are most moderate consistent with cleanliness tinder the personal supervision ol GEO. ZAPF Protrietor
i Miss Kathryn Lumplnsr Danra( atreet. this place is offered at ti.iso.oo Apply Mrs. E .A. BurkhardtP

The every ladies Monday of the evening.club will Lereslter play !'I to Beach WALLACE, Fla. R. MOSES West Palm O. Box: 238 Late of Atlantic City N. 1, Newly Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. Accommodations For 150 Guests

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Patrons of the paper are invited to look here each week for bargains in real estate and houses for ;rent:

furnished or unfurnished, X WE MEAN TO DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. :; WE PRO

AND POSE TO SPEND $5.OOO IN ADVERTISING. We will have two men soliciting: buyers and tenants

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

i' 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

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

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

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Insure Your Property 2C 2C Make Abstracts X w Negotiate Loans



If you have money to Invest we will get you 8 per cent. on large loans and 10 per cent on Bmatl loans, clear and give you mortgage; ; on property .

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

r security is good, in consideration of a small negotiation le!. X To capitalists we will Bell winter homes and attend to their property when they are

not residing here, just as carefully as they would attend to it themselves. X To workln men and all-the-year-round residents we will build and sell

homes on the payment' of a small amount down and the balance of payments In amounts proportionate to rent; by this means ;JtlOO.OO 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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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 JIarket.value for,it and thus come out whole X We want the, citizens to co-operate,

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