The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00187
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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Street And Sewer Telephone Company. I Hillstioro's Light Seventeen Hundred Feet J'',

Bonds Bring PremiumAlbert Now At Work Being Completed, of New Suction Pipe '

The lIghbouse tender Ivy, which ar
"'"-- Yesterday nioj-plng Mr. W C. C. Bran-

Kleybolte 5c' Co., of Cincinnati, Purchase The ding\ Jr the electrician acting for the purpose rived in of port delivering yesterday here, the came illuminating for the. Will Be Laid In Freshwater Lake By The Hotel Water-
West Palm Beach Telephone Company

Entire Issue. ,Bids Were Opened started a force of hands to work takingout house plant now for the being new built goverument and nearing light. works Company. Mammoth New Boiler '
all old that
'phones' were formerly;
.: Last Thursday Night used by the old company, and the first completion at Illllsboro Inlet, near Fort To Be Put in..

of next week active operations will be Lauderdale I
The is in boxes aud
plant many cases
principal business to claim the the next commenced toward installing the new
The meeting.
parts, tbe whole making quite a heavy I will be fee!; from discoloration when
attention of the city council at the adjourned Mayor Baker called the attention of system So quietly has it been!!! managed: that any
and bulky freight A large lighter was winds are high and the waters of tbe 1
the week of West
representatives few in
Thursday the people Palm Beach are
meeting night: was tax and license committee to the .
towed down from Fort Lauderdale
the opening of bids for the recent necessity eTercising greater effort several supply houses will reach here, yesterday I' aware of the fact that rainy improve. lake are stirred up. To further guarantee : pit ?
and the of
and a deal will be closed for all'tbe materials morning today crew be effected purity, the new suction pipe runs ;
|lssne of West Palm Beach tbe collection of personal taxes .meets are soon to by the
fiotu .
the In tbe
Ivy are engaged raising plant from the lake. into '
basin of
a settling
and supplies to be used by the Florida Hotel 5
East Coast Waterworks
bonds. Tbe
meet aud sewer highest parties who own no real estate, aDd said
from the hold of the vessel and placingit '
150,coo gallons These improvements E
and best bid was that of Albert Kley that such taxes should be collected be- new company. Considerable new material the moored alongside. ,The Company, attheir pumping station In capacity. ,
on barge .
of Cincinnati who offered fore has already been purchased and the western part of the city. The Improvements will commenced betweenthe
bolte & Co, a the close of the tax year, as many will be completed this afternoon
lilt and 15th of next month.
premium of$50, or $7,550 for tbe entire such property owners had in former from now ou the company will hurry the and the barge will be towed backto planned will entail an expenditure
motion ot Alderman Sirkln removed from work along with the view of installing of considerable money and
Issue. On years their effects the Fort Lauderdale tonight.It TO ERECT TANK.
bid accepted and the the switchboard in December.The will be the means of greatly improving;
the above was city and escaped taxation, thus depriv- is stated that the lighthouse is nearing "
Two cars of iron p
Suu informed : pipe are now on the r '
Tropical was service. i
clerk was instructed to notify Albert ing the government/: of considerable ol( yes. completion and that' the light will the
Kleybolte & Co. of' the acceptance its revenue In" this connection Alder. tel d ay that stock Is being readily taken : have been installed and in service with Several weeks ago: the company placed siding at the freight depot, aud It Is ;, w',

There were present at the meeting all man Wellington paid the present collector by local business men, end fully ten per I in the next sixty days. It is one of the an order for a new boiler of a capacity of learned that it is the Intention of the '7

of the members of the board except a neat little compliment by saying ceiit, Is now In the hands of the directors. most substantial lights on the coast and 150 borseoower, and this is expected to railway company k tear away the present ;(

Alderman Anthony who is out of the that be had been the most successful 'I I will flash danger warnings from a point 'leach here any day. As soon as the water tank south Of the passenger s;
boiler comes and Is placed In position station and replace it with a new tank of
city collector the city had ever had, and his New Suits flied never before lighted by the government.
Tbe communication received at the work had been more thorough. -Miami Metropolis.T. the bOiler room will be enlarged by an 50,000 gallons capacity, which will be

last meeting from the ''Standard Oil A motion was carried that the clerk New suist as follows have been instituted extension of 25 x 30 feet. erected near the south end of the freight
Probably the most important of the depot. From this tank a pipe line will ,
who ask for and
Company; permission to sanitary inspector proceed at once in circuit and courts
lay a pipe line and construct a filling to notify all property owners in the new county ; R. Moore To im-prqveutents to be Inaugurated will be be run up to the passenger station, and ,;
CIRCUIT COURT, CHANCERY the laying of new suction pipe into each end of the station a crane will be a' -
tank lor gasoline at the bead of the rail- sewer limits to connect with the mains
E.. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., vs Freshwater Lake, a distance of 1,700 put up so that locomotives can take water
road dock, or First avenue, was again by time first of December. All those Manage HibiscusMr. '
the Masters' Packing and Preserving company feet. The pipe will extend Into the lake while the train makes its regular stop at
taken up, and it was sense of the who ire uuable! to meet this order are to
council that the tank would not be unsafe make such known in writing to tbe foreclosure. !In a southwesterly direction from the the elation.tt .

and Hint the permit would be granted council within teu days from date of Stale of Florida ex rel. Mathers and Thos. R. Moore, who so successfully pumping station, reaching' that portionof Is learned lhat other improvements '

provided certain restrictions: were notice Strickland vs M. R. Kellum tax collector managed: that well known East the body of water where it is deep even ore extensive arebelllg plannedby

| compiled with. The company will be I The board then adjourned till the of the city of Miauit, mandamus. Side hostelry, The Hibiscus, last season, and has a hard, sandy bottom. Tins the company but nothing definite 1" '

notified, and If they still desire the next regular meeting night, which will John Robins vs. Margaret\ ( A. Rubins will return next season in the same cap will! absolutely insure pure water that bas. yet been given out. i

the tank final action will bo taken at be Tuesday. October 6th. divorce. R. R. Taylor, plaintiff's attor acity. Such 1&! the information receivedby .

the Tropical Sad from Mr. C. II.118Rlond. Committee"Named' :
COURT COMMON LAW. \ the owner of the house. Building ,

The City's Happenings First National Bank of St. Augustine While it is not yet known just when 'I rl I

vs, Boynton Hotel Company, assupmsittamaites the house will open, it is presumed that
For Odd Fellows' : .
$ rcoo. the opening date will be announced for Temple ; } ;

Of Past Three DaysNote E O. Painter Fertilizer Co., vs. Plautr early in January. All patrons of the hibiscus -

will be p1ea-ed to learn that Mr. used in and ,
Packing aad Preserving Company, ,The building of the :new home for building, letting of the con
Moore will return for another season) tract. It Is understood that
assumpsit damages f Ioooo.T. Lake Worth Lodge, No. 43 I. O. U. F., steps will betaken -6
E. Frierson vs. F. E. C. Hotel Co., Is now assured, though actual building at once to secure plans, and that

Pictures framed at McGlnley Brothers tbe new announcement of "17." damages, f 10,000., : W. I. Metcalf, plain- operations will hardly be commenced the preliminaries will be; arranged with.
tiff's 'DELRAY ITEMS out delay so that when the time arrives a
Company.? MrV.. F. Thornton, of Philadelphia, attorney. before next April.At .
a regular winter visitor to West Palm E. C. E. L. P. and Ice Co., vs, P. E. C. a meeting of the order Thursday to commence work everything will be r j
Talking Machines, and Records: ai''iuakes ( Co. and East Cbast Fish Co., In readiness
Railway l
Beach, has arrived! for the season, and Is Miss\ S. P. Williams, the efficient prln- night the following gentlemen were 1
at Idner &: Son's. tf damages and t'Jectment.too.. W. I. At the same meeting the following 'li' y
or registered( at The Palms lpal: of our school, who has been on a elected to compose a building commit
Mr.J. r. Argyle has returned from Mr. Wilfred T. Hornsey?; the well iletcalf, attorney for plaintiff. week's vacation at Jacksonville, returned tee: Messrs. Lane, Higglnp, Lewli, gentlemen were also elected to composea a

Jacksonville, where he has been working known and popular barber, ha..:retnrned COTNTY COTRT Thursday morning. Wellington and Creech. This commit, committee bn ways and means: Geo.
G. Currie Geo. L. and Dr.
tills trade carpenter. for the past from New York City, where be apeut C. W. Bartleson Co. va. ]{. P. Nix and W D. Sherman was a visitor to West tee Is given full power to act, that is in I E. Llddy. Branning J. '

levers! nlOD tbll. ? the summer, aud will again be dsuoclated Martin Proatassumattdamages '500. Palm Beach Monday. I the selection of plans, material to be J

with the famous "17." Ida A. Zellller( _and husband vs. H. C' firm of '
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A. McDonald left F. C. Belden & Company :pea ;their hood, damages, $250. Dr. J. W. Newman.of of Vest Macy Palm Services at the Church of Bethesda. coursged aud believe that the operation :

Wednesday night for New York where new store on the lake front today and & Newman dentists, by-the-Sea will be resumed for the fall which be recently underwent will prove t t

they will spend a few weeks on business are displaying a magnificent line of each! made a professional visit to this and winter on Sunday morning;, November successful in every respect. The woundon

and pleasure curios, souvenir cards and novelties. Church Services Tomorrow. place> l last week, remainfug several days. 4th, one week from tomorrow. The his back has almost healed, with no
John E. Tator the popular clerk at N. Mulford and the of inflamation, and the man "t
Mr W, Maughlln\ ( the architect, bas The members of tbe Weat Palm Beach rector, Rev. J. signs young
returned from Miami, where he bas been Fire Department are planning to give a the Chapman House, since its change of vicar, Rev. Cbas. Temple will officiate. is gradually regaining: ; the use of his 4

uRaged in a professional capacity for masquerade ball on next Wednesday CONGRltGATIONAr"Sunday management( last July, left for the west Mrs. B, T. Perdue, formerly. of this members, now being able to move fingers I
several school 10 a. m. coast idanlaht.,, : He will locate for and, toes. The physicians have 4' ,r
weeks. evening, All Halloween. All are Invited :. city,but now of Ocala, has been appoint lj
Preaching service II a. m,.'and 7:15: the present at Dunedin. commissioner from advised that the father, Mr. I, D. His. t
Mrs. Mary Hone (is expected to reach to participate. ed assistant woman
>. m. R. Burton was business cock leave'bis bedside with no fearas
the p Contractor I. a Exposition. can
city early next week from England Florida to the Jamestown
-wbere\ she Mr. B. B. Fyles, assistant traveling Junior Endeavor Society, 2:30: p. m. visitor to.West Palm Beach Monday. Mrs. Perdue has had considerable ex to his safety, and that gentleman ,
been spending the summer of the Florida East Coast Rail]
with relatives and friends.. auditor this and Senior Endeavor Society 6:30: p.m. Rcbert Rboden, who was on trial ai I I perience "n{ such work, and will be remembered will leave New York next week in chargeof ,
in ,
way, was the city morning
Mid-week meeting Wednesday D. McCrimintn'a yacht
prayer Miami f r'the Hodge murder at this .s having represented Palm J private
Mr. H. p. Savage engineer hi charge left on the 8:45: train for his home in St. "Christ's Miraclesby I will Lake ;
7:15: p. m. Topic: place ,on September 14 was found not Beach and West Palm Beach at the Dade which vessel he bring to ,
of tie waterworks'plants at Miami aud Augustine. the Sea.--Mark 5:31-43. Worth.A .
the and discharges) by the
: guilty by jury County Fair two years ago.(
West Palm Beach, will continue to make Miss, parnnm a member of the public Ladies' Aid Society meets with Mrs. judge. He passed through here Wed. At Tttusville last Monday evening, at special train bearing Messrs. J.: R.

!hla! residence in this city spending two school faculty, who has been detained at J. C. Stowers Tnursday' afternoon at icsday on his way to :Stuart' and also. fora the home of the bride's parents Judge Parrott, vice-president and general mar;. I"

of three, days each week in Miami. her borne In the North on account of a30.On: visit to his parents In Georgia.: and Mrs Minor S. Jones, Miss Annie ager of the Flot Ida East Coast Railway y yR

Mrs. N W. Pitts returned Thursday Illness arrived this morning, and i Is Friday evening at 7:30: there will Mrs. J. B. Sitley and little son have Jones was united in marriage to Mr. :T. Goff, general superintendent, and ;

night from Massachusetts, where she stopping at The Palms be a post-Hallowe'en party at the par. arrived from'the west ,coast to Join' her Philip H. Wright Rev. Father Cnrley Geo. C. Floyd general freight agent, i'

went several months ago foi the benefit: .Mr.;J. B. McGlnley, of the firm cf sonage, under the auspices of the Y. P. idsbaud, tbe new Florida East Coast of the Roman Catholic Church officiat gassed through early Thursday, morningen

of her health. She willi pcud the winter McGlnley Brothers Company spent S. C. E. All the young people are cor- section,foreman this place. ing.; Mr. Wright bas many friends and route to Miami. The officials were i t

at home near Jono.' yesterday in Miami oa business. While dially Invited Miss Edith Helm and Miss Lula MoaujjbllnK acquaintances In West Palm Beach called to the southern terminus of the '+

C Wink has been commenced on certain la'the Magic City he secured a contract Rev.Edwin A. Waldo, Acting Pastor. two of our popular school having for several years been connected road to look over the company's proper

Improvements, add repairs on the Con-, to place awnings,! ,on ,the San Carlos METHODIST eachers,' left town Friday evening. Miss with the passenger station on the East ties with a view of ascertaining the'e_ '
Hotel. 0I Side in the capacity of baggage: agent. tent of the damage and arranging to
parsonage Olive" street. It Sunday school 10 a. m. leliu will go to West Palm Beach topend

w!learned that the building will be- thor I Mr: R. C. Bruce; au Atlanta architect, Preaching. service .11 a.' ni.. and.. 7.15: Saturday and :Sunday, with ber He la' at present railroad telegraph opera.,I resume extension operation. The train
northward yesterday' reaching ,
returned ,
.oigbly overhauled,and put, In first-class bas been spending ,several,days; In the p.m. parents and Miss McLaughlln will spend tor la Tltusvllle
6f' Public Instruction here at and spending several hours
He.UcGlnley. I city this week and was a-guest; at' The, Wednesday prayer service 7:15: p.. m Saturday with friends at Boynton. ''County Superintendent I noon '
R.E. Hall arrived this morn. during which time the officers inspected t
Brother:Company. have ehew Palms' He was here Oil \\buslDea, connected by Bro. II. P. Brannlng. Melvern Burd.,fcou'of S. Burd a prom. in this P ,
advertisement in this Issue of The with the plans for the new school Junior Epworth League' on Fiiday, meat pineapple grower; of tils place, ng from Miami, and is giving; a special the properties of the company e "
the members of the 'acnlty and on tbe East Side.
examination to city
Tropical Sun, which It will. pay .' >ros.P&Ctlve building. 3:30: Po'in.Rev. :proved himself fcfero La the steamer St: t "
I Palm Beach school
buyers 'of house'furnishings: to Mrs Jas. Abram., of the well known Henrv,Hlce,_Pastor,. I Lucie disaster at en.r' Creek Thurs. of the West'made Manager Heclccrt .of the East,Coast
.., This was necessary by
blacksmithing firm of Abrams &. Miller, CUBI3TIAN SCIENCS"SERVICES. day. Mr. Bard was going down to, the : of the fact that all of the membersof Electric Light, Power and Ice Company,
City .1 Fnlford where"be \ Christ Scientist West extension to take charge of the/-oncrela distributed a neat little advertising
Clerk Grier will commence todaykedieg I pent yesterday la First Cjflircb of the faculty, with the exception of two, A
.ont noticed( to>- aU the*property i went to do a.big jolt of horseshoeing for Palm Beach, Florid, upstairs In Mason. work at Jewfish creek IIe was In a boat were not in Florida at the time of thercgnlar souvenir la the shape Or'a picture'of"'the i

owners In[ the'new sewer district advU. Capt.: Geo.B, Baker. Mr.Abrams placed I iq Temple west of bank' Clematis containing a Mrs. Pierce and her little ;Jane and September examinations ice man as his makes his welcome approach ,

'"I that the council has ordered connect footgear oa tea mules la eight hours, avenue. son from Boynton, who were goingdown \ and In",,order to legally become to the kitchen door. Adorning

lion by the 'rat'cf December. and thinks that 1s shoeing 'cut some. Sunday services at 11100 a. m. to join, their husband and ,father, an en- instructor: in Florida sChools all teachers one aide of the card 1s a little thermome,

Members of,the Utopia Gob wlil'ba The firm of Abrams,& Miller Is favor I Sunday; school at 10:00 a.njj gtneer\ on one of the boats at Jewfish most have certificates from some county t.er. which bas for the past several"daya
Homestead to Fort meeting creek. Their boat capsized. Mrs. Fierce indicated that the ice man would be a. ''
'plealed to learn'' that their piano bas ably known from Testimonial experience every in the State. ,
for their work is could .wlm,'so could Mr. Bard, but ,}he fA welcome visitor.
: ben elnrnd from.the factory In the Pierce, and, the demand Wednesday at 7 go: p. m. 'letter received by relativea' ''a Went J"
I I ;.:NOrth where It wu sent several months I Increasing daily.ClavetandChalnfels. The subject of the: le.-ou.ermoa'lIcxt Child 'was helpless. Mr..Bard managed Palm Beach states that Roy,Hiscock is ,Cleveland Cb.imlal'Bicycle.. ,'f 40,00,,,'
'W for Bicycles, $4000 Sunday la "Everlasting Punishment. to get hold of the boy, and placing him \while they'last, ai' C.mauln'CJemati&, ,
repairs. :The Instrument U.now still Improving/ In the hospital, In New '
and all thesewetelaved.
at the at Gumming. Clematis All are cordially: invited to attend ,on bit back reached shore avenue, opposite Baak.I .
while last
depot la they ,
aDd..Witt. soon be.placed .'. I I York, and that .Lie physicians:: feel: enf -
? the club rooms, K' venue opposite Bank. .these services- I 'i \ ,

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SUN. I II'lonoor I IIowior much, iimin'y l he) nliuht I Foul Play Probable. Tne icsi.leuts( of Welt Palm BeachI u: "" 'o:&:. -
Chi<.fI/o. Ool. 22.-Scvprul clays I few -
| can now ei joy a luxury vet >
make, nhai'H'l'! | '"r /find Shrewder] |people.wotlhl | ago the bOdy "f11"8.: Margaret, Los-
al' Dade County Plorlda.1S Ice
I.per Florida l towns have and that is;
get it away; from him just an Ho, an 8etl"1Vila found damxl In

PullUhell I Every Wednesday and Saturday they have been !gelling i it away a room InlIe Palace hotel. It wan cream made from pure cream. .,

from him for 80 coiwldered at the time to be a case of Did you ever skill! the cream from ,
'LOR'DAS'HlI'1'ON years.A
suicide, and tile coroner at the I
who cannot withstand pure rich milk and then add to the cream
I man cluelon oi Oho Inquest eo reported.
( I'UICK. $SOO PKK VICAR.. trivial temptation to spend money Lately] several features of the case a little sugar aud a little juice from. VnilKbenes '< \
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I Tropical Sun Pbulislnng Comp'y, backbone to make a success of and the police have been lovewtlffatlng' I the mixture Is smooth and velvety ? 1f f
to doe It the .woman 'was munlered.Monday .
fuAs. B. KENDALL ManaS'I' business venture. It was flue was it not ? And it did,
_. any big the coroner" physician afteran
===;::-= --= =--- The stores! ', the streets', the places exhaustive[ examination. declared not taste like condensed milk and egg White

Entered it Uie n. ,econ Poniofficc
...-- to a. young man to perti with -...-.- .;........-.. some times! .Well if it did not cost so
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i hls money. If hia Ideal, the purpose Bryan Speak, In Indiana.Indianapolis' cost Aso[ *much to keep good cow<, we To owrt a'' BU CK'S'' StOVe 6r range ;is to appreciate .

THAT AWFUL SCARE-HEAD within ( ( O'cJ 22.-TWlHlam J. could all' cream at, house
him is not enjoy puts
stronger : the many merits of this lin
Dryan ''began a ttire'days' speaking great ,)
The Tropical Sun hag no regrets but all of /1'/ .1 1 if I
cannot i :
than these outside inducements, his every day, us
I tour, of Indiana Monday The first The oven, with whjt enamal. lining to dec'*
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and ao apologias to offer. Ijcoause salary, be it huge or small, will be spoecti wall made at Brazil. Mr. however,there is a business firth own

its, genre-heads are displeasing !' rittered away on unnecessary expenditures Dryan reached Terre Haute at 6:40: which lass l the rich pure crei-ni, seut and\ racks is the riost'sanitary!: feature i iq' lworJd. >: ]

and opportunity will a. m. and was! met by W. II. O'Brien, down on ice.regularly from IV "Bllt-: It as easy to wash Off and.'keep:' rlo) )1)
Palm ,
to the editor of the Brach i chairman of the Democratic state

News, because- always find him empty-handed. committee\ and a number of other I more" farm in North Carolina ai.,1 it Is as a china dish.. ;' ., :

Ready cash is the greatest! mov- politicians.Farmara. for sale every day at the'stora of '
t It's none of the News'' darned ,_... BROADWELL & MOO IS,
ing force in the business JVorl<1. It HatchettcDaCamara! Hardware Co
Business Congress. Block Werala1 ,
Druggists( Jefferson ,
business. clutches things with the firmest Topeka, Jca.IO<;t. 22.The farm Florida.Notice. -<
As to tbe scbool trustees whom grip It commands the surest con rV oo-operattve'buatneea congress, -" golloleale RM1lera'; '',( .

Q de'fuud I wdth a large attfendance ot delegatesfrom r,. HARDWARE
it would e:
the News would as
ti southern:-
the western and alates. '
make believe, HgniuBt the elauderoua It. is to the bank which baa the mot here Uoaday. Notice I Is hereby fflv' that by: virtue\ of A West Palm Beach,. X X X: XX X FIn(
final decree t attacks of The Tropical Sun, if largest capital! that :we like to in Florida, lu A reuse wherein Eunice:; ....,
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rC trust our saving. and it is tbe man A. ChllllitftMwortlt, et ftl. are coniplnlnnntiiand -....
ri they have !been misrepresented\ in Advicen from Santa Claus state that Peter W. ICIng, ot ill, are re.pondont., ] ::
I who has made the wisest use of his shall offer for Bulu before. the front door ol OO- <> I<>-<>O<>o-OO-O-O'O-O'<>
these columns', or feeT that they be Is on his way to West Palm Beach, ,
own money that we credit with tho Court IJOI1HB"r Dade County at Mlainl,
have our apologies are due and I and will reach here about Dec. {st. I Florida between tin hours of 11 o'cluc.k, a, HUltKUAUDT'S: '. writ Putt i It, ,,-., '"
business acumen. 'Following his custom of several years, in, and 3 o'clock' '' p. u.., on the Cth day ulNovember.

here they. are. The matter appear \.. Cornelius Vanderbilt worked] day he will make his headquarters at DOS. A. D. ;)soil, the following .dcHcrlb." TAILED.ObndUb .
vd laud located In Dndo County.; Florida: Beginning
) in this and night, saving every penny) until TKR'S; In Masonic Umldiifg. In the ,
t; ed to our reporter: Just : at a point on the Section line bo : : .
fl he had $3,000, the nest egg meantime Doster Is showing a full line tiveen (ttoctloiw, Twenty(due ((21)) Bud Twenty
never 'thai
i, shape : Dr. Hood, as chairman of :i of household necessities, furnishings and Two ((22)), Three Hundred and Seventy ((1170)) -I'll vote for Congressman '""i t
before the I about which he gathered one of the notions at popular prices.! Remember teetNorth, of the Southwest corner of Sri our'n again.(
the trustee, appeared
__ : largest fortunes ever amassed. he place, DOSTKR.'S Three (II) Suction Twenty Two ((22)), Town Bill-Why, be alias kep' his prom lacs sod b,,\

( city council! and staled that the city I John Wanamaker's first pay was A LUCKY POSTMISTRESSIs hip Three Forty((4JI) Eint Fire,((411)ond) South at tHe of Northwest flange Forty copnor one of the smartest men In the whole blame cote,

e ( engineer had advised certain! thingsin only $1.20 a week, .and he walked Mrs. Alexander, of Gary, Me., who of the. tract deeded by Cecil \tiptoe to try. -
has found Dr. King's New Life Pilla to Louis Grinin: thence! Eu t alonfc the North Obadiali don't keer if be'a as.stuart as Daniel
with the mains. four miles to and from work each
connection sewer I be the beNt remedy she ever tried for Boundary; of said 1 Iran Fourteen Hundred l uud Webster. There. ain't been a durnone of his putt,

it's The council considered the matter cor-ner-stone keeping the Stomach, Liver and Bowel Fifty Two ((14031 font to the water's a(\1 Ige! or kin seeds came up yit.-Selected.
I for the fortunehe in perfect order. You'll agree with her Luke Worth;Thence North along the water's
and thought that If the changes gigantic I if you try these painless purifiers that ulge'l'bres Hundred and Thirty (3IIO) foe
has built. I Infuse new life. Guaranteed by all. drug- to a point near he shore:thence west Fourteen Our New Seeds Are In
proposed to be made were to benefit I gist", Price 2SC' Hundred Two and Ono-Half (L4OUC! )
I I John D. Rockefeller still\ has ,
feet along the South Boundary ol the

the school trustees tbat little book in which he kept account NOTICE 1 I deeded by Cecil Upton to Noah U. Hall to the Seeds for Flowers aa well as Garden, and If the '

board should bear' the extra expense. -!, of every .penny at a time Notice:: Is hereby given that on tbe 201h Section(21)( ) and Line Twenty between Two Sections( 2)1) thence Twenty South One on conditions they require are right. we' do not think

Dr. Hood then. pI'opoeed.1 I wren his salary'was smaller than la day of November, A. D., ign6. at 10 mild l Suction:line Three Hundred and Thirty any of them will) fail. ,
[ o'clock of the Block
; a.m., a meetiuy (8BO( ) foot to tile polnntbeginning,contHlulog DO NOT FORGET we handle FERTILIZERS.;
that of of the 25,000 who of Lincoln Land
men boldeis the
that the trustees would bear one- any Company Ten
((10)) /acres and Seventy ((701| perches
will\ be held at the office nf the If inneed of any give na the call.
Company ,
work for him today. inure or Ie. oxcliislre of the right ot Way ot
half the extra expense. The at West Palm Beach, Florida, to vole the Florida EHHt Conut Rellwny, together
mem'j I
Not all of. us can be Vanderbllls! to increase the capital
upon a proposal
bers of the council with all rlporlnn rhlhta acquired either In > L W. BURKHARDT FINEST GROCERIES
or Wttnamakers or Rockefellers, or stock of satd corporation from tweuty otjiiity or at law. I
five thousand dollars (JJ5.ocxD.ou) to one A. E. UEYSKH.it .
+ ,
proposition and) finally ailjouined I want to be ; but their experiences hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.0-1) > 'clMlt .liter 0ooooooo10 '
of ... o' -<>ofi-()-000<>-<>t780
stock the '
till the following Tuesday to take out the to by.Issuing preferred par
y point way moneymakingand
value of thousand dollar
seventy-five ( OF' INTENTION TO IN-
I ---- -- -- ----
final\ action. On Tuesday council !:[ money-keeping: and most, of us ($75,000 (0)). NOtICE THE TOWN OF ::::. '..... :..t.. ';\' ;:;.. ;.. .1 < >' -, ;'i'jt!;' > '..mu.SDon't ;; :
This October 17, A. D. 1906. DELRAY. -
rnet! and voted to refuse the offer can, if we will, go a reasonable: C. C. CUilliuRworth, of
To the qualified voters the Fifth

N t ti i and lay sewer mains an originally'', length in that direction "17-51 ___-. =. ._PresidentNOTICE Election District of Dade County 1'la.: FailWhen I

'I And there are other uses for saving At a meeting of the citizens. and tax.
planned', by the city. This our reporter than getting rich. :; OF PERMITTo APPLICATION FOR I payers of Delray Florida held thin fifth

day of October, 1906 it was decided to
-- I
conjivuo.i as ""turning down, (j i James A.: Garfield, Leaching Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer. submit the question of the Incorporation I

but in using thu term meant:: no school at $12 a month, saved mon- -- of the Town of Delray to< the qttnlified
-1 I ItrustcES. Public notice is hereby given that ; voters of the Fifth Election; ( District of

r' reflection or dig at the aforesaid II ey to carry him through cQllege.I Beach Club b.as filed with the Board Dade County at the next regular election want in the he*'"
I to be held Tuesday, November 6'.b you anything ;;e
Most of the really great men of the ot County Commissioners of Dade /
j I 1906. furnishing: line don/t fail to go to Mc-
in the State of Florida,, his
and of the present in all linesof County,
past J. S SUNDY
Ginley Bros. Go's New Store opposite
another word in regard
Now.just endeavor are self-made-made application for a permit to sell liquors, J B. RICE,

1' to the brilliant! ( ?) editor of the I Belt-denial wines and beer, In Eloctlojj District F. E. FENNO, the Masonic Temple They have a
their and
i News The insinuation that The I through own No. 3 of said County and State, for Citizens' Committee spick ana span new line of new furnish
: fixed
purpose.It the fiscal year ending OctoBer let. Notice. ings, every stick of it fresh from the

Tropical Sun is making I is not so much the money ; 1907. tbat such' application will be
ul1neoes'l Notice is hereby given"that six months the factory. As there entire stock was
the saved as the character that is build- acted on by the said Board of Count:
war agaiuHt
vary I after date of this notice,the shall present purchased practically at one time and
Commissioners at their next regular
is false unwarranted 'and ed. our accounts for final settlement and for which cash lib
trustees, I they paid obtaining *
I! Stinginess and greed are. to be meeting, which will be held on thQ apply for our discharge as executors of 1
cowardly. It is nonsensical and Ota day of November, 1906 at 10:00: ( the estate and last wilt and testament! I oral discounts. They can save you
abhorred. They are at the one extreme of II. Brelsfoid deceased the
John to
o'clock In the forenoon of said day, Dont buy till get their
I monoy. you
unworthy a newspaper while profligacy and. carelessness 1 County Judge at Miami, Dade County, .
and the said Board hereby calls 1 '
upon Florida. Dated June 30th, 1906. prices
,I' to attempt to place In 'n false.light .' are at .the other. The I any citizen of such Election District E. M. Breliford I

t t' a contemporary, and we want to say golden mean; of thrift lies halfway who may ''desire to do so, to shoV Mary C. Brelsford. i iNOTICH.

to the News man, "just play in between. cause If any there be, at. the said next I I

Prudence in is evi regular meeting of said Board why .
shall expenditure We offer Your Furniture Business
and \
your own-back yard, we I are
such permit shall not be granted the In Count) Judge' Court, Probate Jurisdiction
dence'of sanity, 'of right living and ..
h play in ours." applicant Dade County, State of Florida. !
1 right thinkiuc., I
Dy order of the Board of County lu tbe matter of the Estate of
-- What you possess today is evi Commissioners of Dade County, Flor Patience P. Ward, deceased! )) I '

BUILDING I I A COMPETENCY. dence of what needless things Notice Is hereby Riven tbat ou the: McGiNLEY BROTHERS COr p'y
you ,
ev-nth of
ida.This day January, A. D. 1907 ]I
The Tampa Tribune publishes did without yesterday. the 2nd day of October A. D. shall present my accounts for final set

i i the following editorial l, which Is There are philosophers contend 1900. tlement and apply for my dischargeas In Their New Store Opposite Masonic

well worth the attention of every that the greatest curse in the (Seal) A. K. Dearborn. Last executrix Will and of Testament the Estate of and Patience of the I Tempi .

young man : world today is debt, and this curseis Clerk Board County Commissioners.By P. Ward, deceased, to the County I m : tV ; K ;" 'MI'J.t_ "iif.-:..,:' :;;.tti/1t.1i/1II/ :.'
be rich W. M. Pope, Deputy Clerk. Judge, at Miami Dade County, Florida. .
Not. every one can or fed and nourished the bated June 301 h, A. D. 1906.
by great
wants to be, but every one can, U of who AN ORDINANCE Amending Section Victoria Adelaide Root. ........*................... *.*44***..*44**....***4ALRAMS. *f+
army spendthrift!!, lay not.
Executrix of the .
:: Last Wilt and Testamcntof
he will, be thrifty, which is better. 123 of the Revised Ordinances of the '
up for the future,who accumulate City of West Palm Beach, Florida and : Patience P. Ward, deceased. = & fv'II1l.tEI1Blacksmiths.po
k The first lesson one is given to : n'o El. Pierre Crannies:,
Amendment to Said Section
capital, who are prey to every an leased for E .
1 ttorney <:ecutrlx.ro'e
learn when he enrolls in the school January 5, 1904. and App' 'ived ?
); parasite and staves to their Wheelwrights
I September 7, 1904, Relating to occupational -
that qualifies for success is to put own disordered desires. Taxes for Contractors:

by a part of his earnings each week. Be tt ordained by tbe City Cour -11'of Horseshoeing

The truest friend in times of adversity the City of West PRIm Beach, Dade I
o SAVED FItS LIFE. County, 'Florida, that Section i3 of r Z General Repair Work'Manufacture
or in moments of oppoitu- Ihe'Revised Ordinances: ," as .'opted

,pity, and the surest foundation upon J. W. Davenport, '>t ugr, ;:y? writer j Ion tbe iSlhilay September, 1903; aDdmen.led Z of Tools a Specialty

June 14, 1902: "J want to tell you 1"',, -. January, 5, 1904. said amend- ''
b which, to build a fortune, Is the went bet approved Orders
3; Siptetn' r 7tb, Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town
lieve Ballard's
Snow Liniment saved
of months and my 1905: be and the same Is hereby mend :
accumulated savings
life. I was under the treatment of two ed to read a* follows' ; '

years. I doctors, and they told mel one, oi my "Sertioo' 123 Every general con- : Poinsetta Street North Nest Palm BeachNNNNOOOOOOtON00000000NONNNNONONN001e ,;!

The habit of puttingmoney away lungs was entirely gone, and the other tractor: whether residing; within or without -
this city, who employs less thnn :
i is reflex in its action. The money badly affected. I also bad a. lump on five hundred dollaracapital, five dollars:
l aide. I don't think that I could bave --
') v'. itself is a valuable accessory and my who employs over floe hundred dollar
lived,, over two months longer. I was Induced capital ten.dollars. Tbe term "general
of mind and character I !G11111f m''imm"m'' ", "r1Ummmmmmm'trmm1tlTI / '
the quality by a friend to try Ballard'a Snow coutractor" as used in this section, shall\ _

developed through this habit makes Liniment. *.The first application be construed to Include any builder,

y. tot ultimate success. me great relief; two fifty cent bottles gave plumber corporation painter contracting, or other to person erect or firm re A DROP MILLION OF INK MAKES I I e l Fie eI pharmacy.

A skilled and high.salaried machinIst cured me sound and well. pair any building or other structure; or $ THINK. ,
It Is a wonderful medicine'and I rrc. who takes a contract to do a job of .It also write* check that pay that

'' a who, at 50, bad been'forced.to ommentflt to suffering humanity. plumbing or painting, or who take. a bill of yours,
sell valuable invention for e contract or agrees to do any other pieceof -You : Solicits YOUR Trade.we .
a a) Sold by A. G. Riegel. work requiring manual labor and the may want to send money a-di. .

small amount, because he had nocapjtal furnishing of any material; or who .ball tance for various purposes. The "drop'' ",
engage:; in or manage the business or oo* of ink" and \ I _'J, II
: l of his own to float. it, remarked I, .
& MOTHERS; cupatlon known br the generic term A BANK BALANCE:: I ; give you Pure :Drugs -at Moderate g
"If I had only a little provided term
; : I "contracting" ;f thin "gen at our bank make the check lend
e Who would keep their children eral contractor'1' shall not apply to any you I :; Prices -
money I could have matte a fortune' 1 mechanic br other person who sell only pan> current. .:= Put up by a Registered

,tl, out of that device." : good health, should watch for the first his labor at a fixed price per day: or Your check, like our bank, pastes at .
symptoms of worms, and .remove, them. hour and who does ::: Pharmacist.
lie: is badly mistaken. The fact not fqrnUh any he clearing house and- is stamped j,
I with White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the material or use any moneyed capital in "O. K." Keep an account with "1 IF _. -' ,. :::;;
ns and 0
that be ban reached the age of 50 children's beattppfe.) It gets digestion connection with his manual] employ .
It will help you io many wa,..' *
+, in a high,paid position without at work. so. that their food doe them ,ment.Passed by the Council the 25th, of :..: .lfave. you opened a. savings account ::| Try. bur.;."Candy, .Soda: ;. ', .find .Ice Cream

it having saves) any money, .is proof good, and' they grow op healthy and September, 1906' yeti 'W.' pa.,.,4 per' cent ou such ac. :::; .' i' 8C '. ::!

ri'' positive! that he. has not the temperament strong. gold by If:. G. .Riegel i G.'''W; ID R..Pre.ldeat of r Council' coonts., ...;; \ ,iG, RIEGEL? ::t

and habits that injure" DeW.lt's ':K Salvo 'Attest Approved: j. L. CRIER September:; Clerk,1006.W ., DADE COUNTY. STATE BANK Orad te New York College rbarmaey' :
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"Johnny, what's that ou're putting

Profitscan Importation Causa of of Walkout Strikebreakers 1 la"Badlahee""Andwhnt's'?" FOR ,FALL! AND: 'WINTER

In tho bed O"fer" I there'
ba greatly Increased by giving! ,
the health of --- -- -- -
care to>> every -- -
special 'Tens, you gander!! Pon't.you know
olmil and fowl on the farm enough; not to put In peas BO early Our Fall and Winter stock of Dress Goods has Just arrived and

Sick poultry.gheey,cattle, hogs, Official Statement,:, Issued I by Min on They'll be froKcn.: we are prepared to offer our trade some attractive prices in Staple

horses, etc.,attend. oa their livers Strike Through Press Committee. A pert; young girl was standing on and Novelty goods. X. We would be pleased to show our com '
to keep than well tho lower milof/ a fence, bunging by
The Striker. Show What South her bands( to tho top one. John Falk, plete assortment at any time and invite you to call and see these

ern's Proposition Mean. who rained vegetables for the market goods .x We mention below a few of the best numbers;
BlackDraughtStock paused In his work and, raising him. h
Knoxville, Tenn. Oct 25. At self from his bent position, stood\ lookIng -

noon Wednesday' 000 men quit work at the saucyface: : before him Broadcloth : J 1\0\ Inch,; Brown, Navy Black Panama 42 and 50 Inch Gray and Black.
nt the Coster shops of the Southern "My busy season In commencing, be
and Poultry and Price '
railway in this city. said. "I wish you would!! come and gray. Price

They waMkeil out leaving one man help me."
Medicine In each shop to look after the tools. "Mow could I do that?"

Wednesday morning; when a passenger "You kuow very well howl"He $ I .25-I.50 1001.25$
keeps their livers working>> and train from Cincinnati stopped at had left his sowing and WAS
therefore keepa them. wen. standing by her. Her saucy manner
Coster, seven machinists and 12 ma .'
Stock and Poul- \
Black-Draught had left her and she looked a trlflo
try Medicine la a pure, natural, chinists'1, helpers, all strike breakers, sorrowful. Brilliantine and Mohair, 34!, 42 and ft4 inch. Henrietta; 38 and 42 Inch Black, White
blood and acts left the'train and went to the shops. I
purifier \:
vegetable 1 You're not Brown Blue Black and White Prices
Ua stomach liver "It's too soon, Johnny. ; and Gray. Price E
ky regulating ; A committee\ of nhopxnen subsequently
for two Walt
iiJkow It prevents ls. and cures Hoe Chol- waited\ upon Superintendent of Mo- year making Meanwhile enough I'll bo doing something 75c. $$1.00 $$1.25 4Oe. and
era, Chicken Cholera, Colic, Distemper tive Power! J. D. Machael and Inquired too. I'm going Into the city: into 5Oc. ;
Couch; ., Colds Constlpa- IT these men were to be put a millinery shop. You know bow ,
lion, Fever, Less of Appetite ''to work In' the shops Mr. Michael l handy I've always been at"-

Wasting Away. and. all the comB replied In the afflrnmtive, The superintendent's She paused. John was looking at' Wool Batiste; 28 Inch White and Black. Serge, 42 and 50 inch. Black and White yr
- n stock dlaell.'SfIS.It answer spread very her us It she had killed\ his last hope
la a perfect medicine for gen I quickly and when the strikebreakers "You'll not come back to uie, he Price Price$1.OO$1.25 C

eral farm use. Try It. I entered the machine shops just snld.

Q before noon, the 000 employes left "Not come back And why not, 75e. .

for 'I their work and came to tbe city. Johnny"
Price :25c a large can, at
No demonstration accompanied this. "I know you well Betty. You have ,
and dealers --- ------ -- -- -- -
all(druggists suspension of work. Representativesof a fancy for fine things. Some one'llcome
I the shopmen state that the walk- along and shake flowers in your Danish Cloth ; All Colors Price New Dane, 30 inch. All Colors Price
la; and then wb(>re'll be the radishes,
out Is on account of the general ym- face
pathetic view. entertained for the machinists the peas, the beans and the fine wavingcorn 25o.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. who are on strike. Southern ? You can't eat flowers( butthey're 25e.
admit, and that's
--,--" _.._. ,-,- .." ,--. railway officials have made no statement prettier, "
the reason you'll like 'em better.
LAW. as to what will be done.
"Johnny, you'ro acting downright
The boilermakers working at the
mean to talk this way, making It hard '
O.1 O. JIIILLING'Vonru Southern hops have declared againsta for me when I'm going to try for something BR NNING 1'
walkout, at least for the present.At to holp-us."
ATTORNEY AND CVUH&ELLOR( a meeting of the local organization Betty went to the ctty, and Johnny .
over which Its chief execu- watched One day he received
West Paint IJcacli. flaICO. his garden. 51EMIVEHVKST' PALM BUACIIMEUGJiANTS'
tive L. L. Householder, presided, +
through the post a carrot. fie ASSOCIATION LADIES' OUCFICCERSVEST ,
O. CU1UUK the situation locally was given a full knew that It came from Betty and
/ and free discussion and ended In a meant that she-was proof against the PALM BEECH FL L

Attorney and Counsellor-nt-Law declaration that the boilermakers !were seductions! of things merely beautiful d I
satisfied, at least for the present. and still loved him and his vegetable N
The Atlanta machinists, at a meet- garden. But it did not give him\ much r
Ing held Wednesday Issued an ad- comfort In August he sent her an
II 1 dress In which they gave to the public ear of corn from which hung a fine

Law their side of the. question. In brown timse.! He meant It for a sign
Attorney and Counsellor-rat- ,
that address given out by the press that tho time was ripe for a wedding.But .
(Omen over Bank. committee It Is stated: alas, Johnny was too late with:
WEST PALM BEACH. FLA "The Southern railway would leave his token I Betty bad fulfilled his predictions Sun Pub. Co

the general. public under the Impression for her. In an evil hour she Tropical
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL that the company offered In their had been tempted to go to a circus, and

proposition to the machinists, a flat the gaudy costume of a bareback rider

II.C.. HOOD :HI.. D_.,. proposition' of 1 cent In all the shops had captivated her. The fellow as he
on their system. The fact Iff that rode around the ring saw two admiring ,
PHYSICUN AND SUKQEOH.Offlco eyes fixed upon him, and 1\8 she left
the machinists would gladly accept a
over roller's bicycle store WEST the tent ha joined her Their courtship ,
flat proposition of 1% cents! and sub '
PALM BEACH KoHldmire, near Royal was abort. Betty was taken clean off
the balance to arbitration
1'0111.11'00.110001. PALSI liUACII.:: 12.1 mit her feet and before Mho knew it was d
"The real proposition of the com-
married. She sent John u pansy. lIe
Tl H. POTTER, :M. !>., pany Is as follows: paled the moment he suw It. for be
"The company agreed to give the
knew It meant tnfit: nl'tor all Dotty had
S-ja-fia WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. men In the following shops the following given way to the beautiful ignoringthe

l advance: Manchester, 1 cent; practical. He knew nothing of
Lawrencevllle, 1 cent; Spencer, % what became of his sweetheart, but

cent; Columbia. V6 cent; Charleston, I knew that he had lost her. .
DlUlt II.MACV un"J.N.NEWMAN ,' 8'% cents Atlanta, 1
%, cent; Augusta ; One by one his plantings ripened; ho r;
Drs. MAC & NEWMAN 1>& cenU; Birmingham, 1 cent; Selma plucked the fruits of his labors, carted

% cent; Knoxville, % cent. them to market, sold them and' Put the
"From the above It can. be plainlyseen proceeds in bank, but there was no
Office In Jefferson :Block by the most casual observer that comfort in it for him. All the while HE merchant and '
WEST PALM BRACK FLORIDA the above figures would only give us he was thinking of the girl he' had

less than. %' of a cent Increase to the wished to be his helpmeet In the ([

J. ls. LIDDY men involved."It possession of. another. It robbed the ,does not buy
Du. would be the most unreasonable pea vine of Its bright green beauty;

Dentist proposition to expect the men to yield the bush bean clambered over its pole

OHloo Flrit duor wont of Dado County State this much at the very start. and without exciting any emotion In his I printing to sell again ; it
Bank trust to arbitration for the balance. heart; the corn waved sadly In the .

WEST PALM BEACH TLORPA. Were It a matter of profits, one could autumn breeze. '
I with safety accept: but where It Involves Two years passed during which I is part of their equipment
MONEY TO LOAN. the brain and life of human John Falk raised crops for the market

IF YOU HAVB PROPERTY THAI beings, the proposition Is manifestly without taking any Interest In his -
you want to improve and need moneyto Its face. work. With a heavy heart he was get for doing business and ,, ,, ;
do it with apply to ()eo. G. Cuirte, unjust upon
ting ready for a third when one mornIng
West Palm Beach. "We urge the public/ to suspend rd
Judgment In the matter until the evidence on going to the poatofflce he received is the of the
Is all In.Sensational. a parcel. He divined at once .part equipment
that it was from his lost love and, I
GEO, HASLEHURST & SON hastening home, shut himself In and
that comes under the of interested -
Police Shakeup.
opened it It was an okra 'pod partly eye

Contractors and Builders New York, Oct. 25.-Proiba-bly the eaten away by a worm.
most sensational shakeup which the John knew at once that Betty was in people out of their home '
P. O. BOX 304 New York pollee department bas ever trouble.On r ?

. experienced will go into effect Friday the wrapper was written. "B. ,
when every captain except one in the Hospital," and from this he knew that city .
f five boroughs: in the city will be she was sick and where she was sick.
. transferred by order of Commissioner "' He took the first train for the city; and

Blngtum. The changes are made lost no time In reaching the hospital. ", I
.: 'r "for the good of the service," the Ushered into a ward, be was led
You Must Have Good PrintingWe
. ( commissioner announced Thursday. ) through rows of beds till he came to

.. The one captain left undisturbed 1s'' one from which Betty's two big eyes Do That Kind of Printing ,
. Captain Sohlottsraann, who commands looked out at him with mingled sorrow -

: 4nr, trite\! .tenderloin precinct. Thereare and pleasure. GIVE US YOUR ORDER '
. 85 police captains In Greater New Betty: told John the story of her infatuation y
. ; how she had been neglected
. having to work for her living while .
.. her husband spent all he made on him.
. Dedicate Illinois Monument. self. But he had aspired to do a feat The Tropical Sun Publishing Co r j

.. Jackson, Miss. Oct. 25.-The that had cost him his life, having bro ', i
. special train bearing the Illinois delegation ken his neck by a fall while riding at INeOHPOMATIOPrinting
: MANTJFACTURBRS OF who will take part In the the top of a tower of four men Betty '
dedication of, the Illinois state mon- bad heard of his 'death'while she was) and Publishing
Doors, Sash, ument at the Vlekkaburg battlefield In the hospital and bad sent the tokento -', 4
West Palm Beach. Fla.
Friday, arrived here early Thursday. John. '
Blinds, Mouldings Later in the day the delegation was A month later Betty was dischargedas :, 1
received by Governor Varftaman. and convalescent Before leaving the :: : :
-AND- shortly after the reception resumed hospital there was a wedding In the :. '. ,
Building Material, their Journey for Vlohaburg. reception room, and John took her '
back to his/little house and garden. "
CHARLESTON, S, C.ltia' The radishes/ were well up. and the ,
Amount of Cotton Ginned. peas were Just 'coming. Betty, who
Largest Factory South. Oct. 25.-According 'r'rk
Washington, was not yet strong, sat at a window ,
.Send for Prices, to a bulletin issued Thursday by the and watched the rows of green'as they
census bureau, there had been ginned successively appeared Before her'troubles -

.up to Oct 18, 4,910.200bale.. of cotton she had loved flowers better; now "
of the growth of 1906. counting the coming fruits of the earth were
FOWLER BROS. round bales as half hal_. For the very grateful to her. She loved especially -

OTune period last year 4,000,660 'bales after a shower, when the sun t
MACHINE SHOP were ginned. was pouring Its warm rays upon the k
garden, to see-the plants ,shoot op. It
049 ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Takes His Own Life. I seemed to her that she could almost

ALL KINDV of,LA THg and 8HAPER WORK Athena Oa, ,' Oct.: 25.-George T. i see, them grow. Then when she grew
GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES Matthews, a well known hackman, stronger and the pea vines were white West Palm Beaeh Fla.!
committed suicide Wednesday night, with blossoms she was able to go down ,
and watch her ,
and sit on the porch
FOR SALE wiUh morphine. Ills "'body wa foundIn .
bad learned to
husband work. She
the bawinent of the city
Near Ferry Landing Lake Front i health, and domestic troubles aresaid love.the useful. nOBEnTs II''
be the cause of hU suicide. ; ,

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4i' i I MANY LIVES Little That t. ......:

i' Your :Lady Friends Are Clothes-Critics,. IN! KIANSAS CITY FIRE Swung on the Gate f We H:{ &f e Building 1VIotetTial i"

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When the first warm spring day YoU HEED! IT Z i

Over:Twp Hundred People Entrapped came we got grandfather who had ,.

been ill all tho winter, out of bud and .
n by. placed him lu a big chair ou the porch. I Can't We Get ,Together ? g

I was his favorite grandchild, and f ft

WHICH DESTROYS BIG BUILDINGMen after the others had gone I remained

4I to keep him company. lie sat looking EAST.COAST

and Women Perish Jumping dreamily out on lie( landscape, which LUMBER AND SUPPLY Co. j : '

sloped away from where we were. The f wEST PALM I.
IJ / / From Window*-Unknown" Infant railroad ran a short distance below, ,

Hurled From Burning Building by and a train clattered by. On grand :................................................

r \I father's face was a singular expres ______ ___ ___u___ .. ...
Mother. "
Frenzied _
I//J sion. .

y i /// I d Kansas City Oct. 2G.-In the "What" are you thinking about, grandfather Florida East Coast Railway
? I nsked.
ruins of the Chamber, of Commerce
"I am thinking about a scene that 1.oca11lme Card No. 17. la Effect
/building, Kansas CUty Kan.: destroyed September 16, 190''
occurred many years ago on a morn ?
fire early Thursday there IIOVnfBOVND-RBAD DOWN.
ing Just like tills. This Is-let me BOO"- NORTI1BOUND-RBAD,.
are anywhere from half a dozen to "Tlio :aotb! of :May! ," I supplied. e.05. MD. .l2$ arAT10Ns. No -
30 bodies, according to estimates De1r.- .78 No. a/
"It was either the 20th or near that
1 S' ?ntt I out Thursday morning 'ty fire --rool.... h rosy .._............ ac mnv D.Ir: DUI
1 1I given date that I. then a :young fellow of 'OIIpra a loam :............ So"lb .. sUe..r.L. I JllU B&'ii1 -
1 men who had worked'at the scene all eighteen, was passing down there 1 7 tJO"... JO 4'..... .. ............. ..BL AulJlO.llu................. IHplU .n...
I u6o.l1U\\ I T lapin 11 loam .. .................. U..t\"II'I.\ ........,........ II IIIr.p1n 7 4aam.
night.On where that train has Just darted by, 11 &r."m ....... .. Eaaiatk.!: ............... II oj5OApm 1411....
the other ;hand Assistant Fire only then there was no train there, but e<11'10 elm Ar................... ..........:....,1 -4.....q
Pnlatkn- :
Chief Llnd, at 8 o'clock Thursday the highway and I rode In a tall- ......1 / 11 loam 1. ................... ......r v Bla.m 6Ilim e fCeqAPm
II lapin .. A.................. San ... .:."" eras", ..
Instated that the dead would coach. The grounds of this house then ;lvAr .
women are. When you're In their society your personal morning. ............ 61ieni/ Lv..S.n teo.-.............. "p2tipm' 6 16aIa
? MOST comes under close scrutiny. Therefore attire yourself not reach over eight. extended to the rand the fence lining 11001'10 12 sepia ..................ltonpell..,............... j /:? -- ..........
beyond reproach by having your wardrobe made to your own At 8 o'clock Thursday morning the It. There was a gate down there, and a 12401'10 .. ...................DIII'ont................... .. .olilln B"I'mUpm !

measures and spACial order by body of E. O. Young, a laborer was ns I looked out of the stage window I 10 a 4111'10 Oapm) I 1 211'10 18pm ."... .?...............n..yto"Ormond..................................... .,.. 8 a follp.n. 6 a1aq IJIUII; .
about old 10181'''' J .............. ..I'orc .. fip.n 4 Woe/ .
from the ruins. Young had saw a girl eight years swing- 86pm Oranoc. .. ......... a '
1 t CI. Their model sanitary tailor-shops In New York and 'Frisoo are the removed It. Her blue fixed 10 Bbpm I II Wpm ..............., IImyrn................ 816pm 8,1'n' 4 nom.
I admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothesto lived on the fourth floor with his I Ing on eyes were on Il lOam Wpm .............. J."k" [ 41'am
4 order for men thousands of miles away has attained a degree of family. The fate of his family .Is not the coach, and the mild breeze was 11 loam. 4 Mpm 1rl.. ............... 11"lon.I: :v 1200Jlln Wpm\ acplp;:
perfection never before dreamed of. In a few days from the time playing with her hair which, with the 114.m OOJ.m ......... ... : 124fipm a rrlpm.
overcoat Is known. color of to 4apm !! 10pm .....'........-jva Htnvrna.............,. 8 ." '- 3I4pq
suit It the
wish .Ar
and the or shining was
you select the cloth stylo you your The actual loss of life will not be upon a slim '. ..................Oltk Li/ .................. (}'I"IlI0pm 1 mn, ,
I back from Taylor-on your back I known until a thorough search of the those lances of light that shine through 11 Clpm 8 10pm Ar..................THnavlllu.................. .. 2 241JJ'\R O..I.-\ a a" 4m.
a wood on a bright morning. rnRm BBOpuilftndd.'................?i'I.v alii
TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL HIS TAILORING ruins can ,,be made probably not then, "It was barely a minute that I saw 1180pm IlN"m Lvi..................Panfonl.................. II II foOrm fl'nm 0-, nm,
aaeert that 1 spin aiOj i; Ire.--.Tliu.vfiio........ (II I''n' '
'S of the firemen ; -1--
i We show sample and take measures ae some her but youth Is Impressible, or, rather 12 Slam .6lpm .. .......... ......... Cocoa ................Lv -2'mpm /n,arq
many bodies must have been burned when a youngster Is Impressed at all 12 alum Mpm ................. .Jlookle'tlJo........ ........ .. 121P\R\ 2 "am104am
;j GENTS' FURNISHINGS to ashes. 22pm .................lR" Oallle.............. 11 'i"pm, 1 1'0111
FINE LINE be Is Impressed thoroughly .. "l'on I
t: 11:1"10: 4110"m ... ..._......1IIolbour"I
? The building, used all a tenement That was shortly before the canal 1 Slam 6101.10 r ................. //'ebRHtl.m. ................. .. Il A7Int1, 1 am
100 rooms, held 114HRm 6 Ulpm ..................It. 1.noio.......... .. .. m'm
house and containing was built. The road gave way to the 8 OfiR.n Illfipm .. .................Y rtl..rco..I.' ........ .. JO N." '
l I. G0RD0T4d as near aa can be learned between canal or the towpath' and we who hud 8 Slam IIS7pm ...................l.Ibhall................... .. 10 10 Pain Il Dma
lIIi.un 6411"n a ................. .1..1010..: .................... ,, I Pili
i 200 and 300 persons at the time the been used to traveling on the coach 840"rn S48pm ...................Jon.."................... .. 11.1 I i"" II I I'm'
West Palm Beach. Fliir : lire broke out, at 12:30 Thursday were now pulled along in a boat by a : 8 Slam B B7pm ...................8tu..rC.................... .. 101"I''run'" ,LI"I 11"1110
Herchant Tailor, 4 20"0' 'Upm ...............ebaNnanli' ............... .. Q ,,''' 101'' 1'11I
morning. of horses. It six after I 4 edam) ......... .. .. no 101
couple was years 7 4011'111 Neat Jupiter............ .... nm
::: IIl0l\m S 1ftI'm ..............\I'8.U.olln Jj""h...... .... ., Rnn Ion
Most of these composed families the that I it ,,,
is t passing place passed 11411Rm 841"111 .. ..................lIo.IOI"n .................. .. 8 rnl 0 pm
trl many others were transients whose again In a canal boat about D o'clockon III\'J''D' BSIpm w.............;..... 8.'R'. ..... ...... ...... .. H HI y 1 ",In", apm" '
A4Naa. ..... ........ "n S'JOOI
04eqm Fo8Lxulordalo.r............ ,,
names are unknown. The only per- a midsummer afternoon. The leaves II Clam II 47"0 ....................II..nl"............ ........ 7 "".nn., 7 am'
d 1 son who knowe. the actual number of and the grass were slightly browned 7 O9fto. 8 bapm .................Ha ILUIeoi", ., ................. u 7 7 'v'.m 7 'pm
t SHRm 10201'111 .............. ..Lehlon City ........... .. Irnm 7'' 1'11I'
of ; li the jan- with a drought, and the whirring of .r. 8 I
the building
4 occupants 71\Oam'\ 101 Ar.................. 1\11..1101..1. 7'1'11I I
tt locusts had a hot sound. As we floated 8 opal.,, .... a0l'm' .. .............. .. v 8 :ii'''u' 7'' I 1"0
who missing
MI"ml..I. .... .
.. .
itor, :10 uRm ............ Lvi.. ............... r. 8'' innn0ot
1 It was the custom for many of the lazily by the place\ I hoped I might .JJoUl..lea. .............../I.\/ .......... 12 01

1it transients who came mostly from catch a glimpse of my little girl, andI I'nrlnr Canon 1.ln.. 20 and 78. nu1Tt t SlnopllOlT Caro on trains pp iud'.t,' -' h _.
the nearby railroad yards not to expected to see her still a little girl, t DdlyexceptSnndny.Ma ---'
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SHOLt I realized she must be older.; --H 17 ----- -
register, and thus all trace of them though 23 I No.21 No 19 DAily I
She did not appear,, but as we were SPud.y Sund.y MAYPORT BRANCH H. 20
,",. 'II| lost for the time being. Onl Onl Dally Ele.pt NOnllB S" 4q I NJeN
Only. thorough search! of the ruin, turning the bend beyond I saw two r /__ _..!Sund.Y! __ On/7/

r1If" that may take days, will finally reveal young ladles as I supposed strolling toward 2 (J01'm IJ 100m 810pm IHlllam[ Lv... .......Jark"nvl" 'Ile ..... .Ar 7 4 nl". 1 ',-
20apm 101 loam Blapin' 9 VIo..m ...&""11 "
Ja.'kmnvlile..Lv" ,
the exact extent of the catastrophe us on the towpath. When we 2401lm, 10 (,(stn O51.m, 0311"10 ..... .1'eblo14vnrh./........ 7.r,: 'n, i ,' ''n
: neared them I recognized/ In one of 24pm 10 //I'on, e r.\'IR! ,' O [tom .......AtllLOlic 1I""h....... 7mr II "
k ku c, a Wpm 1l10l .At,B o'clock Thursday morning the thorn, a tall girl whoso skirts reachedto < min II ,

< known dead numbered four, the tops of her boots, my little girl PENINSULAR( AND OCCIDENTAL SIEAMSIIIP COINECT1uNi
: : AT lG
of six years before. I had purposely; ,1, I.
John Lynch, driver of a sand wag.
gone ashore,and gathered a few wildflowers Close Connection/ Made at Miami with Steamships 'of the P. &O. S.-
on. lost his life. trying to save the S. CnmJno, -
Sparks baby hoping to be able to toss one Havana and Key West.SOUTNSOUND .
to her but not having seen her as we -- _.
An unknown babe was fatally hurt,
: passed the house I had dropped them NORTHBOUND
dropped from the second l**>f to Lv MIAMI .Tneadny. Sahtrdaye... t 4apm' Lv HAVANA.Thitri .
policeman who failed' to catch< her. on the deck. Now I hastily gathered Ar KEY W'6AT.WOloodaye:; : Sundays. 10Ipm: ::: Jr KEY W CCT.; :::: Th: IrvLV: ::to ::'.'". van's;rye.:;

Twenty-five others were Injured them and as I passed the two girls I .U.A.VAN..Tbl1rwa LvKKYWEB'P..Wuduomlaya..60apm....._,. a Beam) At LVKE\\VF.I'r-.Tllllr AroIlA311..lrrlda,,. '1'in,,.Mnnllal daya' "' ''I'',
made an effort to toss the flowers 'I".,
while trying to escape from the build-' ashore. The distance was not great; Additional Sailing between Key Vest and lIavaoa.--

Ing.The. but the flowers had no weight and LvHHTWR8T..MondayaFrldsy.... Bopm UA\'ANA..T".JoIIlI"nln
Chamber of Commerce building At RAVANA..Tueaday4, .... I I nab
v Saturd..y. a Guam Ar KhY! WEd'r.'rtte.layutu..
No-wB dropped Into the water. Perhaps It ) '1101
ADY was* situated at Park and Central
was just as well for my move was Trains Discharge Passengers at ShIp' Side. No Trans'.rsTb.
streets, in the Rivervlew district rather bold, and my effort having fnlV
..I of Kansas Kan. It ..Tim.Table..how the time.al which trRI, .
City was I.e
nR' uppnled to aPTI.o '
tl ed It gave the girls an opportunity to tram the ...erel .tallonl. but tholr arrival or deJ'Mlmo It the tlnu., It"t' 10 <01" ',4M..'
.------.. erected 14 years ago at a cost of high\ at{ me, which they did. SOT IJo this Campau to b.held.pouolbl"ferny ovt.y5 cr"any ron..qu..ou.ifi.i n ,( ......

138,000 to be used as '$" board of 1'I was now quite sure that I was For Copy of the LOCAL TIAin CARD' or Other-Informal; ,
trade. The city grew away from it, seriously drawn to cf fourteen "n
a girl
1 !}a.co"b ){;anzs however and It wad o> never used for who in physique was probably as largeas "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
t J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'1 Pa't .
Its original purpose, but for many she would ever be. I thought other \jrt.. ST "opc-rr'

1 1i years had been occupied( as an apartment incessantly and on my way back: .
i ;fainting Yaps Ranging l "
Graining house. The structure was 4 looked for her again. I had\ provided

Jfcalaomlning: and Glazing storied/ In height and built of brick nyself! wl h Rome roses and had tied

and atone. alone! a stone to them. But I was disap

All Work rlr..t. CU..... 6h4., L...Va Your Orc).r*. .t It contained 100 rooms, almost all pointed. There was no sign of her.

d..r."t..4 3dr.b"lck.. 3tor. of which, as far as can be learned, "As the road had given place to the

were occupied by families Individual canal, so the canal gave place to the
laborers railroad employes and others railway. There were no grades to be t e y.o u

Wsst Z }) arrnreac. iJ ,at the time of the fire. considered and the engineers locatedthe ,,

The fire broke out on the ground track where the old towpath was. .-..3 /raI *

---- floor from some unknown cause at Five years after having passed the :

12.30 o'clock. Isolated allo it was Etta: on the canal I wall one day approaching /
JgekoA E'A1
J the burning building was difficult of| ft on, a train. We had just
-... and left W., a few miles
access 'It 'waq some tIme before below when the

s the fire department reached the scene. brakes' were suddenly whistled down" Ard j Yltf

J Several companies were at a fire in and soon I felt a slight shock. It was
Atlantic Coast Line i another part of the city, not so. slight In front:, where on going

$ When the firemen arrly 4 the en-r forward, I saw quite a wreck, our
tire building was In !flames and all i train having run Into the rear of a

qtZoridaGcorgiaI1Za ama Virginia means of escape by stairways for freight train. Finding that we would
the score of occupants was shut off. not get away for several hours, I' determined

Jfort'A (Carolina "" r South: GaroZina j On two sides of the (building the to walk forward In quest of
elevated railway tracks hemmed it in the girl I had twice seen. On reaching -

1 4 ,. ana! made etlll harder the work of the place I passed on the other
1I : the firemen.. Then another obstacle side and in the front yard saw a lady
I The Great Highway of Travel From aros :The firemen did not have sitting on the porch sewing. Opening

' sufficient$ ladders' ,and many of those the gate I entered. The lady lookedup
West North South'To
! t and I was sure she was the one f
l they had were {09 short to reach the
: upper stories.A ought..
: stifling amok filled the building ft 'I have had the misfortune,' I said Four Sailings Each Week Between
to be delayed
on the railroad. There
evidently coming from the burning
The East, The Famous : tock of merchandise on the floor below has been an accident no one hurt, I JACKSONVILLE NEW YORKCalling
am happy to say-and I have walked
: and some of the occupant probably forward to ask a few questions.' at Charlcaton. B.C., both ways.THE .
Florida and YJ&ost Indian %)imitcd : were pever able to lean their "She looked at me In some surprise FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THil:. COASTWISE SERVICE

: rooms.When. and asked me to be seated. I told her
and JfyeiO ) or1l'G cp'sss : the firemen arrived at the that sixteen! years hefqre I bad falloj TJIE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUT1IBKX LINE

S : burning building they saw men hang la love with a little girt| swinging on a Direct Service, Betweci.
: tag from windows of the upper floors gate. She gave herself up to reflection JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
: and frantic women with ;babies In for a moment then said smilingly: AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
A : their arma and children clinging to That little girl la now twenty-four Callldg it Charleaton both waya.
To The West
:, them leaning far out from the windows years old, and If you should see her From tewia'Wharf, Do of.bouthbound -
unable to find any mean of escape you would doubtless be cured of your Northbouno Jacksonville
J/1ontgomery Route and the: HixicqZyor romance From foot of Catherine Street.
and yet taking advantage' of
the little fresh air which the window 'I saw her when she was fourteen.' CLYDE ST. JOHN RIVER LINE.

afforded I replied, 'and my shackles were only Between
via 91tZarta Jacksonville and oJanford.
> ; more firmly
wekled. And I told her of (
The firemen quickly ran their ladders throwing the flowers to her. The blood Stopping it Falalki Astor St. Francis, Bereiiord (DeLand) and

Pullman Cars And Through Coaches On All Trains up, but they did not reach .above whirled Into her cheek tempestuously," Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River

the third floor. Many persons were "Father," cried the voice of an old Steamer City of Jacksonville

.j on the floor above. woman from within "I'm afraid to appointed to tall a. followc, Leave Jackionvlllt, Snnliy, ..Tnovlayl nnclThurwIn, .* 1.WP111Kotiirnhiir :

Atlantic Coast Line mileage Looks 'oorl'to all lvea The to firemen the people first on devoted the second ttems have lace cola you".out there any longer. You'll ,1."ve.5.nlord.Moudny, We.'n.I,1'' and Frl"li.y.. 0:*> 't..m--_ .'_ ____

points via all trains aft far east as Washington tad third floors, and did not then "Let him alone, grandmother," I Southbound BctxUut Nortliby""''.

t and as far west as St. Louis, Cincinnati and New need the scream of the people above. said "I've got him well wrapped up. f.u.Xead. ljopm down. ..... .......... ... JACKSONVILLE. ... ...,.. .... .. ...Ardv4a|..np a..

Orleans; rats $25 Many person In the Interior of the He's telling me about the little girl .. 843Pm. ......." ..... ...., .... .. PAtATKA....... .... .... 1........ .an pm

CONSULT THE building were already overcome, by that swung on the gape"'Is looam............. ................. ASTOR .... ...*......... ... : .
PURPLE.FOLDER the dense .smoke and bad to .be ear. !he? Well. If be says I smiled at 430al11.... .. .......... ...... M.FRANCI8.: .." .. .. oopI
For full and detailed information slid out by the firemen. But many him on the towpath, he tells It wrong.I -. ...r..r. ..... .. .. BKK-B3FOHD (HaLAND)...... ... ... a oopm'
regarding were able to escape down the ladders dJdn't." Arri..i 30 am.. .?..? ??............ .....8ANPORO ..... ......,... ...... a 930.mI
rates, Pullman reservation, schedules, call on without AMlotaiuce. Grandfather chuckled. With a twin '", 10 00 11m.....................................EN1TAPR19F.! !' .........l .. =j.::,..-j" __ H 10njJII
your nearest ticket agent or writs kle In his eye he explained "When General' JacksonvillaJOP
: !
After getting every one they could: she's In the Passenger and Ticket Office 122 ,W. Bay St.,
FKANK O. IIOYL8YON. IV.D.ATARK.UUtrlct find out'of the company I Bay it was her
second/ and third
1f.INU11d1UNUlERJr\ : ; ;
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tfmMfaftr Agent Tr....P.....AgentjKcknonTllI !Boon, the Jlremea. turned their attention forwardness that led me on. I told It I w.1J*. (;001'1.:1&.: ,oIr. Aw'1/7en'IY,. ;;.A--Ii1WSaltu, tl4Jm V.+ P.LUYgLLlfup4Yo.A .:
., Ft*. straight. to yon because I knew ahedidn't 01 Plnrldll l
to JrOC" S.t. .1noll""ovlIe." f
I the people above. As the bear." A. C. IIAGIIITY': Uan7FrelRhtAet R.'D. Yw.Art. l.w Yin k. CLYDN; AII1NE,Uent> Fr' AI"*
)ladder did not reach above the. ftl 4
F.U'R .
4 ......-..-------.-""" -"" .- CAWLEY. GenuriU Ulllaek I'leu"",, Murth Itivor,!lnr VorkFOUR branolya00Jizoadway"

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TUOPICAI[ SUN, WENT: PALM: IJEAC'IJ, M.OK1DA, 'A'1'UHIi\V OCIOHI'U :!!7, 1 I'Itu1' ; \\\1.1-:1'\1': I ( \ ?; I

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WITH OCEAN'S WAVES '1 I i _. ..-- $ ,

SIX PERSONS BATTLE II I G. G. Strohm Company a'


Castaways Striving to Reach I H.e,1\ c

Cuban Coast. I II I Fancy Food Products.Grain +

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IBa.kfnUPOJrder'' I If They Remained On the Helpless. SIrocco : AND BE NAPPY JEFFERSON BLOCK s
and Said The1 j Would: Try I '

AJtrteyJ"ure to Take Her Into One of the Port I West Palm Beach, Florida !

f of Cuba. i
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A wholesome cream of tartar New Yc-*., Oct. 25.-epmewhere r4
far out In the Atlantic, off the Florida / -- -- ..

baking' powder Makes the finest coast, half a dozen men psyched :_. ) ''''''' --.". .......,.,..
I "'" '- "FI>'' '''J'--- -
on the roof of the 'after'HoUae of the ;

lightest best flavored biscuit hot.bread waterlogged/ Brltlali-vBCboonur Sirocco FJ1BERBReS.
are struggling against wind and
tea to'reach a Cuban port with their. 17"i I i
cake and almost helpless charge. II
,. p ctr y. I'I .
The plight of the 'men la due In I SELL ONLY Jr.GR

part to the heroic devotion ot their i'I .
Alum and a lr..un-1IOs.hate captain. who when help'! was) I .. ESe 4 {
I.hl-Xld. ,- -'--- --------- ----- ---- ->
,I" powders are injur; u.',. Du not chose to face death rabherthaaa: abandon I RRI. %

:, use them., Examine the label. his ship and her ,cargo of luriliber, : i Why Not Give a Trial
He declined no* offer of amlntance Order To BLOCK, OPPOSITE FERRY d
from the steamer Partam, -which ran' I
down] to him lost Sunday when he
was wallowing\ In the seas, GOgridllesi to Your
east of Florida. i A Post Card Will Bring Our Order Man 1

The captain asked only that'he ''be' Door. Give Lfs a Trial ;

given supplies to replace tho'e::,which with .' -WEST PALIyI'BEACHGASOLINE ................._..__ ...s .41 'm """""" _'" + ,c cw.w
-- were ruined when snip iUjfed
KILLED BY water, 'When this request w5si giant- ': .wrrwr.r------.---- ----- --- .. nI.4
a mIre from Mere, '
exploded -
ed the captain and his crew -settled and OIL
Gas Lets Qo 1 In a Mine 01' Gambia scalding. and breaking one I down in their precarious Quarters on .
Company. anm for Jesse Poston: breaking an the roof of the aftarhoua and announced -DELIVERY
arm and a leg for Buck Wicker, -
Pa. Oct. 25. a their determination to sail
-By an
negro, and scalding ,badly. The I Beautiful Lots] t
the Sirocco to Cuba. '
.\i\>Joslon in the rolling mill mine of boiler ,blew '
through the top of a ten-
the Cambria Steel company Wednes- The Strocco sailed/ from St. John
any afternoon seven men are dead ant house ploughing itself/ away and N. B. Sept. 27 with a cargo of lumber -
sftruck the
ground 100
and two are painfully, 'but not family yards from for Cardenas. : tOn i iI.
where It was stationed. Poston will I In The New Railway Addition
Injured. Up to thA present recover, but there Oct. 5.. when off thecoast of I .
only one of the dead has been Identified. about' Wicker is some doubts I.Maryland, she ran Into a fearful hurricane /} CARL KETTLER
He' la an American-born miner Pounded and battered by 4
Sampson Luther. It la belleveJ wind and sea, the Slroocowiw' thrown Manager
tic other dead are all foreigners'', u. Bryan Care for Aged Admirer, about like a cork, some of her seams e-- To the City 'of West Palm Beach.: '
are the Injured.! The wounds of the rt-rogansport, Ind. Oct. 23-Fre\ I i were ripped open and abe began to
latter consist of burns on the back Schelly, 80 years old, walked twelve fill. I Convenient to Bridge, Ferry Rail

and arms, laxjoraflons of the scal'p' miles -to hear William J. Bryan on | Before. the storm had abated her oad -station n/ifl to the business part L Lof
Wednesday( and when he reached the hull was 11l1ell"h-e1' decks awash; and .
other of the
pants body.
outskirts of the crowd fell I town. Prices Low and Terms ;
The explosion took place In heading unconscious the deck, bouses were flooded. Factory For Sale ,
from exhaustion and is In a All the' stores for the ,.which / '
No. 29\ a considerable distance from I voyage Easy. A good discount will be alloiv- :
critical condition. Mr. Bryan, hear- In the houses were ruined br
the Ill-fated Klondyke: section where IN WEST PALM BEACH
ing of the affair ordered that In ,1 ecl for Cash
Schellybe sea water'and the men were a sat
17! men. lost their lives over four ,
years ago. taken.. to a private hospital andcan. plight when the Parlma came in' I Irr1IE ( y Psti
) for at Bryan's expense
The exact cause Is' not known, but I eight Par mil lnfrmatinn
plaza to
: tail; rijiplv J
& Talking
it Is supposed gas was died by a The Sirocco is owned by Troop i $
blast All th< had ,their Mobile Woman Kills Husband. Son of kit John, N. B. < men { isa '
? safety I ; Machine regular '" WALLACE B. MOSES '
lamps, In proper. 'trim, showing that Mobile, Ala. Oot. 28.-:Mrs. Mary Factory $ .
the,' accident could not have been Dower shot her husband, ThomasDower 16.Round Bout. I Agent Florida East Coast flail way Laud hopurttnent.Vilest .
cnuted by neglect In that direction. (inflicting a. wound, in the back San :jFrdneiseo, Oct. 28. -Joe i' ." :; There are no
No damage was done to the workings of toe! head, from which' he died In Thomas, champion welterweight of ; I when Palm Beach, Florida. $ ,
and the mine will be running the ambulance while on the 'way to the world knocked; out JMok ,FI.tzi'| dull days youhave ,
.;n. the l nospltal. Mrs: Dower refused to Patrick ot-Chicago, In the sixteenth: one in your home. '41 + tiarbQy' b 1/b9
make any other statement .than thai round of a scheduled' so-round con- !,I ,
one eliot her husband Come and hear a few I ..
in self-defense. -
Hewed Body With Axe. test Wednesday night at CotmalThomas j '
Centrovllle, Miss. Oct. 25.-Tom bad the class all the way and songs by the great opera rU [.3f

Ciompton, a negro, was lynched: by I Georgia Posse Chase Negro. did all the work., In the sixteenth .I stars comic recitations I!
banging near here. It is alleged that I Savannah Ga. Oct 25..-Indefinite round Tioanae landed a hard left to ;
confessed to the murder of Ely reports from Sand-ersvllle Indicated I the Jaw, staggering Fltzpatrlclt. The 'i and fanny sayings.
VVaiHaker, a farmer. Whltaker was I that a posse wa in pursuit ofa champion quickly shot' over a right J j f WUENYOUWANTJ: II
murdered Tuesday, and all Tuesday negro who had entered a home giving, putting his. man to the !floor
night a pOsse of men, suspecting foul there And compelled a lady to cook for nIne' seconds When Fitzpatrick I

ploy searched for him. With thisfosse him a meal. It was Bold that a. arose he received 1 another \ slIome.' t; A nice Buggy or Carriage( to take. drive #;
was the negro Crompton. On lynching was imminent. class that put him out. Fltzpati-Iclt The Best Machine On. Earth
Wednesday he begged leave from the showed that
searchers to go home, but after he blows, but he was unable to punch i To See It Is To Buy It I ,.1 Dallvcrerl or Hauling of njy kind! ''lone, cull on

tad gone the posse followed him, .1 '1 ..
finding. It Is alleged, that Instead of Tike Charge of Defunct Bank. Mad Dog Bite 81x People. 'I I AT m THESTABLE ". ;
going home, he had gone to the wpot t Butte, Mon;, Oct. 25.-The tTnl- Kalelgh...N. C. Oct. S5.-A phyBlclan ; ,
Where Whitaiker's, body lay and cut tad States bank examiner has taken here baa! treated five men anda Lake Worth Produce Co ;a THAT
ting- off the -h'elliJ. arms and legs charge of the affairs of the defunct boy who were bitten .by a mad dog,' I

with an ax, bad dropped them Intoa Aatna bank and 'will at once begin a large spotted bound,' which ran Fresh Fruits and Produce Received ; TREATS YOU RIGHT
ilnlihole near his cabin an Investigation of the affair of the .muok through, the principal streetsof _

bankrupt company. Depositor claim the city was ehot at perhaps a .. Dally. 1 Bakers of Bread to Eat ; Dogs, Guns and Guides furnished for limiting! Parties -
'Poaauum Hunt Ftal. the officials were aware of the insolvency score of time* and pursued for hours, l
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:Macon Ga., Oct. 25.--J. 1 D, IamIln of the bank when they re- though be was not killed until some 1J J We send drivers with you if you wish
a young farmer living near La- ceived deposits. boys killed him with pitchforks in : j SJ Horses are boardcd'agd well taken euro '(,f I" l

tella, was killed while out 'opossum the suburbs. Three of the persons WILSON Transients!! fed at any time.
bunting with several companions Former Newspaper Man Dead. i'titles were badly burt. Several dogs L. fJ...

The party cut a tree and when It fell Santa Ana. Cal. Oct. 25.Frank were also 'bitten, and it has been j you
young HAmlin was crushed to deaJi.He W. Mack, for many years< a newspaper recommended that these .be killed at MANUFACTURER OK rEpBO; i LL&M: t 4

wu 'a eon' of J. 0. Hamlln, a man and formerly superintendent once. The physician: gave the men' Boots and Shoes C NROE P
prominent farmer of Crawford county of the eastern division of the bitten antl-oruim and cauterized the ;

His sudden death In the accident Associated Press died Wednesday grounds' Repairing[ in All ,Kinds of Leather I 3 One Block North of Bank West Palm Beach, Florida t
caused deep grief: to his com- night of consumption, after a lingering -' '. Goods Neatly Done, l I
panions. He was 10 years of age and I Illness. Scoured Bible 200 Years Old. E' QUUD t1WQUOJ .'?' 7 L
wag favorably known. Friends who New York, Oct. 25.-In coiapetlt Indian Tamed Buckskin ,,, '
coins to Macon to make arrangements Given Independent Artillery. tlon. with King Edward ot England FI
for the funeral brought the Paris, Oct 23.-Major Dreyfua, who I sought It as a memorial to his :" and Horsehide Shoe
new. of the accident Wednesday wh9 was detailed for duty with one mother, the late Queen Victoria J. .
morning. of the artillery regiments at Vlncen- Flerpon Morgan: ,baa, cured the FOR TENDER PERT: Beach i'
I flee, hu been given an Independent original Cluny Bible/ In llluimlnated Olive St. North of New Jefferson Blo West Palm
Cozen-sn' Drunk; Killed Mother. artillery command at St, Dents. text, on parchment the work of the

JVaycrose. Ga? Oct. 28.-Chief: of' _, 1.- Cluuy monks In France, and more
Police John W. Colley received. a CURES CHILLSAN D FEVER: than 200/ years old. With It he also FOR SALE Tiansfet Company Ea
telegram from Florida, keep'a look has obtained an illuminated! < copy of ,
out for Harry'' Coleman who shot O. W. Vil rt, Necogdochts, Texas, ay the original< order of arrest. of John 0' '
and killed his mother, and who, 'whet ills daugbte r Dad cbtlla and fever Buijyan on a charge of: heresy, My place here known as "CERES" 25 B. F. CARTER Manager ,
last seen, WU'coming, In this dlred' T"1 fc-T y' *, .* acres, railroad tuna through it; fronts on I '
Stables and Yards Banyan Street Near Poln etta
three he could not cud anything ,
son, No particular of tM killing yeart; Loxahaichee river opposite railroad station -
Many Immigrant For United State*.
was given, but it .le! supposed that hat would help her till he used Herb Wathlncioa/ ;* Oct. 25,-"The ,total ;six': : room dwelling, tworooni pack. feS 33G3 S i I''
Coleman, 'was drunk when he murdered ne. His wife will not keep house! with immigration to the United State may Ing house, botholJ; most ot land cleared

Ills mother Harry Coleman Is out t it, and cannot say too much.for It.' reach 1,400,000 people this ;year" ; five acres pineapples in fine condition rtEHABLE 3'THB
a son. of the/ late J. Q. Coleman, and Soc. Sold by A, c;. Riegel. said Secretary Metoalf,"of the depart fertilized and good for 1,000'crale.* 11y.
*as raised la Ware county. He Is men\:* of commerce and ''Ia.bor. a* h* next season; pricefo.oco. Will exchange s
a retty- .tough! character, and has HUMAN BLOOD MARKS.A 'Ijft 'toe Whit House, after a brief lor West Palm Beach or Miami Improvedproperty. :'J::::>.o"
been tried' several times.for his life, of talk with th, president Wednesday. ,
tale of horror was told by marks
but ,
managed to come clear. Tile secretary has just returned from ttot1ses.and 'CarriagesFor
human blood in the home of J. W. Williams !
merchant'o'Baci New York where he Investigated HAL HARDIN ,
a well known .
Georgia Man Is Convicted. condition 'at the Ellis Island. Imml-1,,: !
Houston Tex., Oct. 25.-Clarence Ky. He writes: "Twentr years ago I ration .station.. ;. JUPITER, FLA. hire by the hour day, week or month.-' Freight" unloaded rand

N. Hughe of Swalrisbofo! Ga.,' aged and bad was severe near,hemorrhage death when I of began the'luogs taking, ,. delivered.} Special! facilities for 'mo\ingheavy: freight .,G
22 )'1IAI'8, 'Wbo'b...& given tank In all
Dr. Iieing'sNew Discovery.Itcomplete.ly A
Missouri Polltlolan Dead. trafn.
part> of the trouble' remained well Omribus a.nd'Stylh,1J. Carriage meet every' Baggage
country during the cured me and. I have New York. Oot. 26.iobnel,11o1d.rich -, Bro 'Co.
Ut several wad convicted since" It cures Hemorrhage, ,McGinley orders
years ever W. Herbert an old,time :MIsonrl .: transferred.. All receive[ prompt attention.
here Chronic Coughs Settled Coltlaand Bronchitis '
on tore cdunta- of forgety, and 'and '
known CitYe for polltlofan, member of the I.
and is the only
oven two yeara; in, each ca e. He Leave Orders for Our CarriagesCITY
Weak Lungs Evety bottle guaranteed stall '. mad* aAple for mercy" aid, receivedthe by all Druggists. SOC and $i.co. Trial the war governor of Missouri, 1

minimum penalty in each case. bottles free, died Wednesday,. In .Dellsvu*. ioBpItal. UNDERTAKERSEMDALMERS I t ,
He "' >
an escape fnwnr thi Colorado
Colonel! Herbert was 75 ;year old, and
,, state penitentiary, .and la also DEVIVP ISLAND:TORT.URE; had lived< In_ Uil/ city for 35 year. eeAn.oe I .
wanted la,Alabama txmialana Ohio cove of Files .. __ .. -
Itf than the terrible MEAT
no worse MARKET
PennaylvaDila :Maryland! ;, ArkanA&s,. .... -. ; ,,
afflicted lo Then J was
Illinois that me year. Aged Oypey" Dead ,
and'prob"blro&er".tatts.. advised to apply! Bncklen's_ Arnica'Salve. New York.. Ocf, S6,-=-Mrs. Louisa3mttltr : T; A, FEASTER, Proprietor. "

}Injured:Al by !Boiler Explosion.Davlaboro and lea thal1.> box permanently! cured ,the;:_olde* Gypsy In America,. Florida. *ad Western' -tI"atsdouitry: > Game and Eggs. ,j
me, write I.. S. Napier of Rugles. Ky died Wednesday in a camp near Free. Receive .
'Ga.l Oct. 26iTh.UGt' Mail Orders Careful Attention.Jofforfeon
*., Heals all wound..Burn and.Sores like >eld.. Nt J. She was 101 ;years, 2: Parlor Oppoiiti 'Uaaonic ,r.mpl. d
t 1 ....it. _gittBert l....Jl...,.:>,!..-K 4ti1Hri", J' 9.". 1aa.lc..lsU;;; ,..Iluklltts, ,. montha. ,a44..12..414'.0111.. ,.Block ? WEST .PALM. _,BEACH'THE : .i ,
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STATE I 4..Mr Win. Mi' ''uNbinD, formerly ini- j tru the) !Ice( t trips at St. r LawrenceI t

NEWS road agent at Ju."ncr,, Inn who now" holds I iPl.itnl Ice Is reported I heavy this
a re'po'hible' pisiilnn In Charlotte, N. I I year' hut the ixiplnins, \\"<'r<" hopeful(
____ sulKIly
1 \ C ninvrrt jfttitlm' '' morning) ( anil is lInt, (hoy could I lit, 11'\\ inlet 'lit arms(, Snnlrt' Rosa"hl ; ri, KiMfr-rl at TtiLFilms. Mr McCub- 1, i-ioli winter (jii.utim. jit I'rlnro1' CO. 1,1,
I ,' 111<1, .l )i u.111IVllfiacull Bay hills' health bas "not hi-cn very !geed for 'iHitlnncl. whore tint( ,huiuirr will be' -
"11 l H i' (tiinf;, i"t f :Mexico! ,, li> the recent ( several mouths and lie will spend sometime
UnhetuCUP;, ), ii bo made ashore.onuiiugaam .- .._ ,
Kriiiliiajly! being$ here I ---- -- -------- --
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iilk-u, with 'I1I'd! by the action of the I I
i As jurymon to naive In the November ,
\ ivt '> uirt' tMet, Ala. Oct. 25-Sale* i
| term of county court, which" will convene of No. 2 soft'pig Iron
were reported
1 The people, of Ft. 1I1wi11: nA Con- in OUR STRONG LINE
4 Miami on Nuvember 5, the here Thursday at $20 per ton on 30 I GrrAnthony's-
Ki'sstoi mi appropriation to deepen the following citizens, of the county have days' delivery which Is the highest r

CalO'isMuitehee: I been summoned: F. H. Ilahn, Henry price roached by the southern Iron Stronger This Year r Than Ever
The nnnual reuni<>'i of the Florida DttsRocheis, J G. Truitt J. J, Soar G. market In several years. This Is arise
: division, United Co'ife.U-i.ile. Veterans, 'II Brandon, P. C. Hamlin, J, W. Gallo of $7 on the ton since the latter
b will be hold in Galnesulle on November I' way, Warren Mitchell A, F Land, Fred part" of /last July. Spot Iron la exceedingly -

I M and 14. II| R. Oliver, M E Hjlly and Joseph P ( scarce and sales for future The Kirschbaum Cloth I
Town Assessor F. M. Tyler has just Chaille. delivery; are being mad well into the
r completed the assessment' hooks and the second quarter, of next, year prac- I and
t I WANTED -Good wholesome board tically all the ing Our Own Make .
I showing made ;it in: interesting one. production up to the -....-- ..
The and a room for man and wife for the end of the first quarter of 1907 having -
nisessed valuation
of Fort Piece'thin
t year is $125,045! apd this is a little winter in private: fajuily In country or. been sold. Suits 'in the Latest Clothes
Min ,ill town, where conditions are healthful .
more than double! the valuation' at the ..
and where there is boating, Cubing Styles Fabrics at ALWAYS CORRECT 1
time the town was incorporated five. and possibly hunting. Give full and N. C. JONESCont and ,--
yearn aJ.o.-Ft.: Pierce News. I
complete particulars, state price and send. Are at the front of tbe clothing bnsines
At Gainesville have been sell '' $10 $12 5D $15 and $$20 : '
guavaa may of location or photographs actor' ld Builder .. J on'tbe East Coact. X Firt winter
.., ,. .
ing at t\5O\ o ?w.uvi. I'ur iM) !., C S. MCMAHAN '
shipment just in,- Blacks and Blues'two -
t according to the pre .s', they are rotting$ Liberty, Indiana: J JI Building of Docks and Boathouses a and three piece wills. fn any cut or.
on the .ground. .
a l Rev Henry Mice returned yest day I Specialty grade.
', Oranges and! rrap( efrult la the south I H085To I
I I morning$ from Deerfield, where he spent 1 P. O. Box 4t t.
', ern counties are coloring nicely since,I Thursday, con.luclinlreligious/: services i; $24.00.
the first cool days, and everybody IB West Palm Beech Fla.' ,- .
on Thursday'evenlng. Rev. Ilice states '
busy, either shipping or preparing for that the $22.50
community around Deerfield
the shipment of their fruit. our large assort-
seems to be in
a prosperous condition, $18.00
Up to the 13th, Inst., of this year Tampa and that pineapple and vegetable grow I
bad shipped 203,995,000 cigars, 38,. ers are encouraged over the outlook. Winter Home Site ment of Shoes we have $16.50 ,

043,000 more than /for the correspond
,' ing period of When It add d the celebratedFLORHEIM 12.0.6 '
1905. conies to For Sale at a Bargain.Two :,+
rr shipments Tampa stands at the bead of I "
the list In cigars and Pensacola in lumber '' horses, single and double wagon, AntlforiY.'Bros:'
!one undercut and 'bus.: Call SHOE .,
and timber. ; surrey or coo feet fronting on t lake, near town
address, Airs. Tiffany, West Palm Beach .
I.. 1,350 feet deep. Is crossed by Olive
A live Board of Trade with a large Ha. in street 750 feet from lake. Unfinished '

membership has been organized In dwelling; wind mill and tank; place la
is Palatka. NEWS FROM ARCTIC EXPEDITION piped and partly arranged!for irrigation $5 and $6 Per Pair .

'1 with standpipes; sewer pipe into lake; .. I a' OPENS.DE( ,. (): 1st, 190fJ.
t r The County Commissioners of Hills- Letters Were Dated. From Port Hopeon complete bath room fixtures with hot T iii V If I
boro County have awarded XV. A.
July 25. nice lawn and fruit ,
water; a great'( many *AW
Stein, of Clearwater, a contract for the Victoria, B. C. Oct 25.-Letters trees, all in bearing For a limited time WEST' PALM BEACH AAXQAU.XU Centrally LocatedHot
drainage of 500 or 600 acres of low land have beep received from the Anglo- this place. Is offered at $] ,,2S0.f)1, Applyto I and Cold BathsElectric
(t' near that place. Of the bids submitted American,Arctic expedition which left WALLACE R. MOSES West Palm Lights
Beach, Fla. Large Cool Rooms and cuisine the best. Rates $2 day
that of Stein was much the lowest. Hewin Victoria on May 20 on, the schooner very per special Rates by
ay the week or month. Carriage!!: run In connection with bouse to and from trains
do the work for f 2,883,90, Duchess of Bedford, dated from Port ,M HIS, A, M.A.UOFI, Proprlvten/ .
Hope on July 25 _
The Good Roads Association of St. It had not been expected that the I

Luc'e county has passed a resolution schooner would, reach this- port bo- Mrs, Parrislt NOW

favoring the bonding of the county for fore Aug. 15. From ,there the vessel poioeetta Cottage West Palm Beach 6he' pa1m5 OPEN. ,
'150.000, the hoods to run for twenty.fiveyears wag to proceed? at once to Minto Florida \ ::
( Inlet, Prince: Alibertland; where win- Fronting, On Lake Worth

of Arcadia must be a I ter Quarters would be established.The Centrally located, at Corner of Polusetta and \Svernia!: Streets. Rates f 1.50 Large home like hotel well appointed and beautifully )located: giving the com
The people generous letters say that on July 8 the forts without the cost of the more extensive one*. Situated on Lake Worth oppo
and lilg-heurleil set. Ou "orphan schooner had a narrow escape from to $a.oo per day. $10 00 per week. site :Royal Poinciana Hotel. White waitresses, electric bells Good fishing, hunt-
; age clay" they gave the Baptist Orphan going ashore In Behrlng StraIts durIng lug boating. Rates $2.50 and (3 per day special rates bv tbe week.
'I'ItEPALM: W..t Falm +
cash subscription .nch
age of that town a a heavy foC;.
amounting: ; to $353 55. In addition to White at Teller City the sailing LAKE WORTH
this, one man donated a $350 Plano I master, Parker, and the cook refused PlaziaOVERLOOKING
An.appeal was male. through the press duty, and only. It Is stated, when Lia 1 OPEN ALL THE TEAR
l to all the people of the Slate to give threatened with Irons on the revenue OPEN ALL THE YEAR Seminole I Hotel t I

something to thin noble charity on or cutter Thesis'> ', did they return ,onboard '. Rates $2.00 and Up>
day. We prelim- when t h and then only on the condition Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly FurnishedThroughout.: : : Rates .
phanage .
[ most moderate consistent with' cleanliness under the personal supervision of '
will found that- that they be replaced at Point ere GEO. ZAPF
etnrns are all iu it be Barrow. Mrs. E .A. Burkhardt Protrletor

there was a generous repolIse.Lakeand .- P O, Box 238 Late of Atlantic City, R \
Newly ReturnInbed and Refitted
News. I __A good.supply _of dogs. was secured Throughout. Accommodations For ISo Guests

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

i' AND furnished or unfurnished, :: WE MEAN TO DO A 'LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. X WE PROPOSE .

r+ TO SPEND $5.OOO IN ADVERTISING. We will have two men soliciting buyers and tenants

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

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

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

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

Company will also.. ty t:;

y 9' Insure Your' Property X w: X Make Abstracts: X X Negotiate Loans'I.; I.

!b a If you have money to Invest we will get you 8 per cent on large loans and! 10 percent. on' email-leans, clear and give! you mortgage; on property : :

worth twice the amount to secure you. fX, If you want to. borrow money we will obtain It for you ami be responsible for the repayment providing your' ;

@ security Is good, in consideration of a email negotiation (feP X To capitalists we will sell winter homes and attend to their property: when tbey7'are : .,r,\,: :

{ not residing here Just carefully as they would 'attend to it themselves. X workingmen, and. nlI-t, e-ye8r-rouDd, residents we will build and sell ', ;..::", ", J

e homes'! on the payment or a. small amount down and the,balance of payments la, amounts proportionate to rent' ; by this means 100.00 will bay" "I':.;'i''';' ::1I' :1\', )
you g home, the balance of the payments will actually be'wbat you would have to pay for rent -a
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: i JE We Believe In -The Future Of West Palm BeacH" I

We are ready to buy any, property that its owner is willing to sell at a sacrifice, because we know that if we keep It.

l ;I long enough we.can get the market value for it and thus come outwhole.: X We want the citizens to 'co-o j

with us and the first thing we would like would be to have every furnished house in town that is 5stP.U

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