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 31, 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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[::;""d ViaTM0PPA1eUN:', : : :' l ;:6.:;,;.i itar,] voc. XX.lfO.60 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, 1906. PRICE CENTS. 'WHOLE NO. 1222

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)ates Have Been Set Tourist Trains To The Philosophian Palm Beach BeingExtensively J

Palm Beach Start January 9th Literary SocietyThe w, 'h I

For Regatta I Advertised x

first regular meeting of the Phil i
Is the all rail '
January 9 day set by
osophian Literary Society took place in
roads foi their fast Florida to reach
[;hang Other Spectacular Features Will Be Reproduction Jacksonville and St. Augustine flyers, says the the school auditorium on Friday, Oct, Commercial and Financial World Contains An Excellent o 3

of Famous Midnight Carnivalof rimes-Union! of Monday. 26th, at :2 p. m.
The meeting was called to order with Page Write Up of West Palm Beach 1
These magnificent trains, with all the ,
Venice the president In the chair, and after roll k i
latest improvements, are op rated-ear- And VicinityAs
call the minutes of the previous meetingwere
1.1, commencing about January 9, by the
read and approved.The
Southern Railway: Atlantic. Coast Line
( announcement has been madeLine the representative of the association Committee on Badges then reported
official and railroad, Seaboard Air Line railway and a result of liberal and judicious advertising summer about f 200,000 worth of improvements 13 '
annual regatta water whose their selection of the society
third headquarters are at Bretton ha 11, new
the D.xle: Flyer, 'operated over several In many daily and weekly have been made In the neighborhood -
Lotval of the Palm Beach Power Boat Eighty-fifth street and Broadway, New oads. badge, with the society colors a black newspapers and magazines in various and the prospects of the best touris ;
will be beld on Lake Worth Yoric. and which selection was
H oclallon Each year the officials of the various approved]parts of the country, the advantages and season the town has ever bad, as well as
IdoarTJSth to February 1st, I inclusive. The tournament will follow the Fifth by a vote of the society. ,
roads make an effort to excel past re- attractions of West Palm Beach are be: the drainage of so great an area of won-'p'
f Tropical Sun has aeveral times annual Ormond-Daytona Beach automobile There being no other business the following .

The suits in beautifying; their trains and makIng log held before the public eye in every derfully productive land, account for '"f
received Inquiries as to whether there b two betwcen literary and musical programmewas
corny races ing only days
: the
them as up1o-date as possible. part of the United States today as never present prosperity.
would be held next season, the affairs. then rendered
|carnival Last year the trains operated by the : before. That a new era of business and "West Palm Beach: is the seat of the
L fact that t It has been definitely Lake Worth affords splendid advan- Song-"Watch on the Rhine"-Socie
d Ithe various lines were simply magnlficent.ln social life must come to the Cottage City Dade County State Bank, a strong, use
Lied and the dates fixed will be good tages to sightseers; and it is doubtful if. fact, they could be termed rolling' pal. ty. in the wake of these various means of Cui and well-managed corporation, date ,

jUitobuuilreds.leapt. any waters in the United States offer aces. Electric lights, electric bells, Reading:-"Allsa Maloney on the Chi publicity there Is not the slightest doubt. log back to 1893 and reporting a capitalof
E. Andrews, of the execu- such beautiful fora nee Question"-Roscoe Anthony. t
Geo. surroundings speed
team heat and aU other modern conveniences Since the Incorporation of the Currie $40,000, surplus and undivided profits + ,
Is not In the city this and decorative carnival does Recitation "A Matrimonial Differ.
| committee, boat as -
known to the railroad .world, Investment Company in this city several of about $17,000 and deposits nearly a
Dcti but when be return! from a busl- Lake Worth. The prizes last winter ence" Grace Andrews. .
of million.. The officers
were furnished. weeks ago many publications have quarter are: ,
|t e trip In a few day he will perhaps were numerous and costly and the sportof "Recl.ation-"Lady Clare"-Fredrika Senator E. N. Dirolck '
It Is learned that these trains will be teemed with advertisements and write- president; Mr. G. ;
abll to give out !some cresting In. the highest glade; even more beautiful this season, and Brelsford. ups of the company in general and( West W. Potter, vice-president; Mr. G. L.

[raitlon\ regarding the annual galaeatwhichbaa THAT ENDURANCE RACE. when January 9 rolls around people will Vocal Solo-"What a Little Bird Said' Palm Beach in particular. Branding, cashier, and Mr. B. A. Maxwell i
for the past two sea. :Elsie Broadwell.
An endurance race from St. Augustine assemble at the union station, as Is the The current number of the "Commer assistant cashier.
LI such attraction ;!!:; Reading "An Emergency Speech"- A
a strong -
proven to Palm Beach open to' cabin usual custom, to see which road, in their cial and Financial World," published/ in "The bank interest in West Palm ,
Elm is learned however, Marian Da Camara.DeclamationHarley. I
It ,
Beach. launches, is being considered, ss stated opinion, is operating the finest New New York City which journal reaches Beach is 8 per cent., and It is quite com
iat executive committee have < ra Camara.
the yesterday, which would give a 303: mile York. or Chicago and Florida flyers. the uttermost parts of the earth and mon to get 10 per cent interest on. small '
lid of the arrangements, and The members of the society again enjoyed '
actively race through interesting waters; the famous Already the vast army of winter tonr. which is considered authority on all financial gilt[ edge loans.
Lt will this season be bigger, few interesting remarks and '
the event Indian river offering the longest fists have commenced to pour Into Floria. a matters, contains a write-up of "The Currie Investment Company Is ,
Kore attractive in every way, and will stretch on the journeyIf They ar /'comlng via all railroad suggestions from Professor James and this latest enterprise and West Palm by far the strongest: and most important
I () with' specialties that toes, after practicing several songs, on
Interspersed entries can be secured for such an and steamship lines and the hotels are Beach and vicinity. The story, which Is organization!:; of its class In that section,

Suit prove drawing cards.Repretentatl.es event the boat clubs from St. Augustine: well filled dally. motion adjourned. centered with a splendid likeness of Mr. and it can be consulted to great advantage
in the North are HELEN B. HOOD, E3iU: r.
to Palm Beach will\ be asked to offer Upon the arrival of each train from a Currie, the president and promoter of in regard to investments There {is 1 ,
(king hold of the arrangements at that their assistance in making the race a the north strange faces can be seen. the Currie Investment Companyappears no part of the country in which money a ,

id d. and it (Is safe to say that visitors toIc success. It is proposed to start the race Aged men lean upon the arms of their Canal Work under the caption of"Notes on Southern can be invested to greater advantage, cr +M

world's famous winter resort. whl about January 22, giving; plenty of time wives, sons or daughters: and bobble Progress," and is in part as follows: with greater safety, than in Florida, and

|nieamn be enabled to see some of to the racers to arrive at 'Palm Beach through the gates inquiring of uniform- Will Be PushedAfter "In the dally and weekly newspapers especially in Dade county. The land

|e fastest flyers In the way of power.' and do any refitting necessary for the ed men as to the best place for them to many bright pictures of Southern indus that has been drained Is to be placed on

all that the country possesses. third annual carnival. stop for the night: week or month. trial and financial progress and prosper the market for cultivation, and enormous :

|It!learned that the carnival will be FOREIGN BOATS TO ENTER The men at the union station have viewing the cut at this end of ity are being drawn from time to time, crops are certain tt be gotten from it. y r

Inch more comprehensive this season, commenced to realize:; that the tourist the canal, Mr. GeorgeF. Miles, who returned and sometimes the question arises in "The prosperity of West Palm Beach '

Ipecially\ In tbe'way of decorations, the The Palm Beach races the coming ,eaion has really set in, and their rea. last evening from a visit to the minds naturally inclined, to conservatism rests on no uncertain foundation Expectations ,

iardaya being/ given up to a water fete, winter will partake more of an international SODS are based upon facts, for daily the north end of the waterway estimatesthat as to whether these pictures ate not of its future growth are based i

t'UJpnsing' day and night, with start 'I character than formerly, as it is strangers are coming into Jacksonville the canal will be opened in about too highly colored. In regard thereto upon the pineapple industry, of which it.

glad Illterestlnll:' events In the way now understood that many of the foreign and! daily they are l leaving for downstate threeTJipntba. The-burning of the dredge we have no hesitation in saying that we Is the centre, on the coming develop ; ,

If races, parades, etc boat owners will\ enter the race. resorts. Wimbee will not retard the progress as believe that the facts have been understated ment of the magnificent resources ot Its

ANY SPECIALTIES PROMISED' Lancia, the famous automobilist When! the monster hotels on the east much as was at first believed.In rather than exaggerated. The shortly to' be drained territory, as wellas I
watched the races at Palm Beach last 6
I The Jacksonville Times-Union of yes- and said that he would bring coast are opened to the public, which an interview with a Record -representative -i most searching investigations with regard upon the legitimate expansion of the .

Jtdny contained the following Interestglloryconcerningthecarntval February will be some time In December and early this morning, Mr. Miles said to the true' financial and Industrial fishing, tourist' and other business inter i
fast Italian boat. S. F. edge,
| which\ over a boat ID January, then will come the.'mighty that: the machinery of? the sunken dredge condition of the South disclose facts of ests which have located or are being f

a given out by the newly elected London, owner of the fast be will Napier make an, rush of the wealthy northerners, who Wltnbee* would, be saved, but that no the most gratifying and encouraging located the town and its vicinity. The 4 k
has also intimated that
Seers of the Palm Beach Power Boat wish to get as far away from the busy effort, will be made at the present time to character. The forward movement thatis public spirited citizens of the town ma/

Liociallon: entry. whirl as possible, and they pick the raise it. The dredge, South Carolina, in evidence all over the South is by well congratulate; themselves upon the

I The Palm Beach (Florida) Power Boat Two or three entries can be manufacturers expectedfrom beautiful ocean beaches along the Flor- working: on the other side of the divide long odds the most significant and important brightness of the prospects that lie before

iuodation decided last week to give Paris, as the French in Ida east coast. or haul-over la now working a doublet feature of contemporaneous National them. The population is growingat 4 k

plr third annual speed carnival and have made good progress speed There they can sit while the crew, and night and day shifts will ben history a notaole rate. Palm Beach, the Queenof

arade on Lake Worth, Palm Beach, motor boat building.The moon, in all its glory, looks down o kept at( work until the last cut is finish "A new Southern undertaking in regard Winter Resorts. is just across the ,

unary i, the event lasting from Tueshr challenge shield, to be won twice thew; ,there they .can think of thing I ed. When the South Carolina works to which some interesting particulars Lake. The cost of living is low and s
Of Lon '
to Friday. Inclusive. .As In former donated by Sir Thomas Dewar, bat have passed and -things that they her IQV-r tHrtiiurli.-.--..- tA-- ttit---1.- -aid.-*-, she will n___ he-- have been secured Is that of The I labor is abundant and cheap. Real
*ntbe different class-- of-motor boats don, is for the four mile race. l intend doing; when they 'return to the used to raise the wreck of the Wimbee. Currie Investment Company of West estate Is held at reasonable figures, and ;

ill\be catered to and among the entries north, and while the monster breakers The latter will be rebuilt for.use" on the Palm Beach, Fla., as the assured growth of Dade county

"the various events will\ be boats of West Palm Beach dash upon the hard sand- beach the tour. Jacksonville Stretch of the canal. "This is a corporation recently organized continues, those who purchase now will

lendoua power as well as the little 1st forgets all cares if he has any, and While the progress: slow, owing: to under the laws of Florida, with a I be able to realize splendid )profits upon f

flows of moderate power. Number alls into a peaceful, restful sU.tnber. the rocky nature of the territory through capital of $50,000* fully paid up, and is their investments within no great. length I '

The representative*of.tba association w Delayed There the tourist' sees the finest racecourse which the dredge.working, the completion organized for tie purpose of carrying ona I of time. As we have indicated, the cltl-

'umeyed to Hot' Springs, Va; recently in the world which nature has of the canal Is not far distant. real estate, abstract and Insurance I tens of West Palm Beach are both public-

r a conference with Mr. Joseph R. A few days ago The Tropical< Sun told provided, there he sees the prettiest i Blasters: will be kept in front of .the business. It takes its name from Its spirited and progressive, the construction v

'nott' and, Fred Starry, the secretarynd of the intention of the management of grovel of palms. the prettiest, flowers dredge continually tearing openings in founder and president, the'Hon. GeorgeG. I of a f50,000 school house has just I"

treasurer of the association., At that The Homeseeker to make the November the most glorious sunshine and the finest I the rocky bottom, which willgreatly Carrie, formerly mayor of West Palm been voted for, there are more miles of I

inference it was decided to make, the number of that well known magazine a water sports. Is it any wonder that the facilitate the work. The last stretch is Beach and now treasurer-elect of Dade I hard paved streets within the city limits
town of Its size in the
bird annual carnival larger than theOnDer West Palm Beach edition. As was statedat northerners flock to Florida each winter but 4,100' feet in length, and Mr .Miles county, Fla. Mr. Currie Is one of the than in any other

one,. thtt time, preparation are being ? Is it any:wonder that they remain believes that the dredge. will easily ad. best known and most distinguished country, and many inducements are being

One of the principal events of the. third made to make the special number.elaborate ID Florida until the last moment-until vance fifty feet a day. Some of thedredge members of the Florida bar, and his I offered to investors to lead them to k'
of the
consider the advantages city as a
wal regatta will be the reproduction in its portrayal of the advantages: the doors of the great east coast hotelsare ,engineers believe that they will work on behalf of the legitimate business :
of location. and Investigation ;
atlas famous Midnight Carnival Ve- and opportunities offered In the vicinityof about to close upon their? make too feet a day interests the town, and of Dade I point Inquiry

J ice, which a representative the asso- 'West Palm.Beach, and much Interest. I Florida is truly the land of sunshine While the last' stretch of land is keepIng county In general has been energeticand I are invited, and there are investors a great 1

elation witnessed this summer at the log data and many handsome halftone and flowers and nowhere else will the the South Carolina busy, another effective in the highest degree. He I many homeseekers as of well this as paper who i

''Jinoui European boating place. A contract Illustrations will be presented. tourist be satisfied. To Florida he must powerful dredge is clearing the shoals is a man of broad and statesmanlike among the readers r

has been given to a firm who will Today It Is learned that it wilt be Im- come as soon as the season la l on, and In along the canal south.-St. Augustine'; views, sound judgment, wise methods would do well to get into communication. ',
Implicate the Carnival. of Venice on possible to get the descriptive matter up Florida he will remain until'the season Record." and sterling integrity, and can be depended "Florida needs the wisely, directed

Me Worth, and th event. will be In time for the November number, and closes. I upon to make a great success of of such well organized and
worth going thousands of miles to see. I consequently the, matter will have to Reports from down the state are to the Special Service. at the Methodist his administration of the affairs of the well managed just corporations as The"Cur-

AI so Immense amount of money will appear in the December number. The effect that the small boarding houses : Church. company which bears hi.name.
> to bring to
tie InvestmentCompany
>be spent in making the spectacle the delay was made,necessary by the man.allement and hotels are rapidly filling up, and In "Mr. Frank W. Chapman for a num and into usefulness the wonderfulful
most unable the cuts Jacksonville the hotels are dally well ber of proprietor the Chapman y
gorgeous la a boating,, way ever : being to secure Next years money making opportunities that j
$:*n In this country. It U proposed to In tint for the November publication, filled, showing beyond a shadow of a Sunday is our annual Missionary House at Delray, Dade county, is vice- exist The Implantation Of new enterprises
the winter season is on. I Rally Day, and the exercises will b* In a' of and T. M. the Infusion of new life into
hIVe the carnival on the evening of thethird and It ,was decided to hold it over and. doubt that president the company, Mr. means
large measure carried out by the children. the industrial social and financial body;
day.of the tournament.. make the edition complete In every \ Rlckards, Jr.; formerly postmaster at anal
establishment ot legitimate
A alee has been arranged the
program; Boca Ratone, Dade county,and a pioneer
SUCCEEDS HIS BROTHER detail. A New Departure. and productive interests means the attraction
and the children will recite
The Tropical San is Informed that the la secretary and treasurer. Both of these of population; the Influx of population 'y
At t a of the Palm PowerBoat To sU"k of hardware, groceries, bear their There wll
meeting ;Beach December number will appear oa the my respective parts. gentlemen ,are well known, able and mean the financial>rp perity of
> Aasoclation: last Thursday Mrl Le hay, grain and feed I have added the also be a few five-minute addresses by energetic and have an honorable standing the community. Every added facilityand

!wi Starry wu elected .to ,the position aSth ofNovember.Especial two well known brands of fertilizer, Professor James and other., on child life In the State, advantage means the gaining of ;yet i,

*cretary and treasurer of the associaaln attention directed to the Mpea' Fertilzers and. the'. Sanders' and our responsibility to the nation of "It Is learned that a prospective boomat one another wealth-creating, and the springinginto agency is Instrumental life of
place of Ills broth-r Mr\ Fred Fertilizer CD'S products.: C. A. Wood the earth. i
., advertisement of Broadwell & ,:West Paint Beachfollowing, up the in the propagation of many more.
bury, whose increased business acflvU( enlarged: which ruff, corner Potnsetta and Banyan streets Sabbath school will bot held as usual opening of 10,000 acre of agricultural This has been proven true in the history _
Ilea Prevented him "Crom.coutlDnlDg In Mot the iiuotherr column.. Tut* .enterprisingfirm << he country by drainage, is the reason for tree of trade and Industry are now growlag *
above Capacity have resumed their former winter Mr. I., W,.Burkhardtt grocer, has one hour to this special service. AH tba j formation, of'the\ company. Weal in importance and prosperity at a __ _

Mr.Leland Sterry will push the car. advertising and have something an Important announcement on the sec. are invited. Palm Beach has about 2,000 all the year late that f* full of potent promise for the' r ;

Ilv.t preparations, vigorously in 'con- interesting to apace to buyer in their line. oed page of today's Tropical Sun. REV. HENRY nICE, Pastor, round population, and,during the past future." .. ; _
inaction ithSenator" W. J. Morgan, say I -. -. ..... 1 _

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Notkr IK horrby, .. ail en Hint In virtue, of afinal
p Pioneer Paper of Dade County Fiori.... Drugs, Stationery,. iu i"no >n, i In-" 1"/1111 null i ot Dildo
County I 1'lo'lda., 'In n uinmi wherein, Kuultu
I -- BAND OF INDIANSOnly I I A. ChUllu\ (Hortli, i rI t nl. lire ooniplnlminu, I
Published( Every Wednesday' and Saturday Perfumery Candy" and Fetor W. K.IMW ot nl, are r..,>onIIOlllo."J
aT WPST PALM BIAOH.DAD OOUMTY, FLORIDA' shall offer for ante bufora the front door ot
Until lilt Oourt tHousi) of Dade County at Miami,
BUBSl'llll'TlON PUICE, 13.00 PElt YEAR. I a Question of Time Florida between. the hourir-of 11 o'clock, a.
I II I Sodawater Cigars tit and a: o'clock, p.m., on the 5th day of
b Redskins .
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: Novombitr. A. D. IOOU the following ilesrrlbvd -
1 -11ti Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, land looutoil Pad lO County. Florida: HKlnnliiR <>
ARE FORCED TO SURRBNDCR at .a point on tho Section line IK.r
1 CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager. and Toilet Articles twtwn. Horlloim! Twenty Ono ((21): ) and TwentyTw
-> ((9U: ), Three. Hundred and (Seventy! (:lyol) I
br Else. They Will P.a Annihilated by tift North of the southwest corner of. Lot The Great White
entered at the Ponlofflce of West Paioi Bench Line
Three (U) Suction Twenty Two ((32): : ), Township
Which Is Advancing on
( iccond-cliiM geneses the Calvary The finest line of each in-town .
of b'ortyThree
Forty Five ((45)) Ilango -- ,.-
r f All Sides-Utei. Ask Cheyannei for and into (til) ISimt, nncl at the Northwest cur :::=:::::
as soon as we move our
Aid. ear of thu tract deeded by C cll Ui,>ion to ITo own' a BU CK'S Stove or range is to
ACTS ARE WHAT COUNT. new stand we will open up A LonlM tirlllln: thence Eliot along the' :North pp.
safe 29.-A specialto lloundnry of laid. Iraq fourteen lluudn'l' and l preciate the many merits of this great lino
P In politics it ia not always Butt,. Mont. Oct. ,
large line of fancy Christmas Fifty Two ((14B3I, 1 feet to the water'h n' t C' of
to pin your faith to tile wan who the Miner from Sheridan says soldiers Lake Worth;Thence Nortb along thi- W' t,i-r'n The oven, With whjto enamel lining to doors
the band of goods This line has bee select.
are now approaching edge. / Three Hundred and Thirty (:H.< )) loo
makes the loudest professions. Acts from !live different a'' d'racks is the irjost sanitary feature in' t
Indiana the
( renegra/de Ute ed for those who usually send to a polut near the shorn:thence \Yvi 1 our. ,
are what count. Take (for instance directions and It U only a question teen Hundred Two and One-Unit ( IHUO:! ) world. It as easy to wash off and keep Clean::\
young J. Hall Brumsey. A i few of time until the redskins are away for their RICE presentsand tout along the South Boundary of tli Innd '
annihilated deeded by Cecil Upton to Noah II. Hull I u> the as a china dishHatchett..DaCamara
forced to surrender or are
weeks ago he started a paper" over it includes floe presents forth Section lAne between Sections Twcl i I U One
.* the cavalry from Ft. Keogh approaching -
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((21) and Twenty Two ('J'Jn: : >t thence Smith on
DeLand and
at at once proceeded north two more ladies and useful things for
from the
aid Suction Line Three Hundred and i hlrtySUO : Co
t in the most lurid fashion to bom- troops from Ft Men-'" *n-" *s" the men. ( ) feet to the polnnt, beginning,font t"Inlntf ,, '

but the railroads of the state. northwest two from Ft. Robinson Ten ((10)) acres and Seventy (T0| ,pen-ban Wholsale Retailers
f out of Gillette, cloning .11 i.o-_ ,,", We are trying to give to our more or less, exclusive of the right of II "Y of of
From his editorial expressions you from the fort advancing the Florida Boat Count Rqll"'''y. >t.r "'lior
would think he doesn't even like a I: southeast from two. Arvada from same the south trade the beet possible drug with all rlpotlnu rights acquired ....,.,. Id HARCWARE

man'who won't sit up of nights to I and two companies of Infantry from service. equity or at law A. C. JIBYSEU, West Palm Beach, X= XX X X X Florida

cues the railroads. And yet the Ft. McKenzIe from the west. The We have an elegant soda 1pecln1Maater
Utes are traveling northwest and according -
letter file of the general manager; of to a report Monday have not fountain op the road, And whenit NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN- -- --
oo-o 0-o-0.0'.o-Q.pa
one of the state's great railway yet passed the BIg Powder. is set up in our now home and DELRAY.To :

systems shows that this young man The band of IndIans Is making direct the qualified voters of the Fifth ItUIlKimCDT'SLTS! West Paluo ,
wrote the following letter not so for Cheyenne across the river. ,. It we are ready to have oar open- Election District of Dade County, Fla.: 8"ul'II,0" ,100t1

now looks as though the several bodies At a meeting of the citizens and tax-
ing day, we want the people of
l very long ago : of on-coming military will be ableto payers of Delray, Florida, held this fifth F PEOPLE
Peland Fla., May\ 16, 1904. arrive In the vicinity of Ashland West Palm Beach to take pride day of October, 1906 it was decided to
I s GO miles north of here, by today; at bubmit the question of the incorporation
JVIr. J, It. Parrott, least In which event a battle will in saying : "We haN the beet of the Town of Delray to the qualified

St. Augustine, Fla. probably be fought in the valley of drug store on the East COAst" voters of the Fifth Election District of Are fond of Baked Beans. If you happen to be one of those who are,
Dade County at the next regular!: election -
\ 'I Dear Sir-I should be very much Tongue river near' that rtace. And we want to give you the to be held Tuesday, November 6th, just you try a can of PREMIER BAKED BEANS and you will surety
I \ indebted if in Ashland Is 12 miles from the borderof
to 1906.
f are a
you you position are the
in Ib. and
the Cheyenne reservation and the best service too. If you can not 1. S. SUNDY enjoy a treat. They a'a can price is a.:> cents.-Do
1 to favor me with an annual
Utes have already; sent couriers to the find the kind of drug which J. B. RICE, not think of the price but of' the beans; They certainly are delicious
; the East Coast road I have you
l Cheyennes for help in case they; decideon F. E. FENNO.
m just made a canvass of tbis'county resistance to the regular want in the town, come to us Citizens' Committ eDeWitt's We have a three lb. tin of bean: that we can sell at 15 cents bunt

3 and am a lawyer by profession, was and we will order it for you. is a case OfSquantlty Instead oi quality. Altho they ate very good! and
London, Oct. 29.-Sir George f-fei- :S t Salvo
at+ defeated for the legislature by only ry Lewis acting as solicitor for the To be able to do this we will For Piles Burns Sores please many people! but if you enjoy baked beans, take our advice,

majority of fift- \'e votes againsttwo Duke, and Duchess< of Marlborough have to have a large chare of
drop the extra nlckle and try the Premier Brand. They really are top
men who have served faithfully\ says he is authorized: to state that no your trade and then- we will NOTICE.

for four deed of separation between the duke promise ) to make it pay you. In Count) Judge's Court, Probate Jurisdiction notch In the wry of goodness.
years.I and duchess has been signed and that Dade Count State of Florida.
: ,
is of
the there
a purity with
By guarantee
way goes: every packageof
Very truly, .
have formed the acquaintanceof the children of the couple are not in lu the matter of the Estate of))'

all the people in this section of the custody of the duchess, but are Broadwell & Moore Patience P. Ward, deceased. ) Premier Goods.
with their father at Blenbelm oaitle. Notice la hereby given!: that on the
the state and may be in a positionto The text of the solicitors statement, Druggists scvnth day of January A. D. 1907, I

be of some benefit to you. follow.: "The Duke of Marlboroughand Jefferson Block shall present my accounts for final set- L W. BURKHARDT FINEST GROCERIES
tlement and apply for my dischargeas
Yours very truly, members of his family; Including West Palm Beach Florida executrix of the Estate and of the
-_' J, Hall\ rumJey. the MarQuis .f Blandford and Lord Last Will and Testament of PatienceP. c QOOOO<> o-o-d-O4-G0-o-o-4 o o- -oDon't .
Ivor Spencer Churchill the duke's Ward deceased, to the, County ,
This is not an exceptional case. eons, are in the residence in Blen- Judge, at Miami Dade County, Florida. v "1fi: t! ; ii br -.;-
There Dated June 30th, A. D. L WiMM HMMIHHI iHWHBbla MMXMki UiMMMMa>MMSMMV MMM IS
are others. And it is just as heim. The report that a deed of separation 1906 ItmWWMf d*
Victoria Adelaide Root.
well for the people to remember already' has been signed is un- NOTICE 1 Executrix of the Last Will and Testament -

that the fellow who j-lola along true." of Patience P. Ward, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that on t'ae aoth H. Pierre Bran n ins, FailWhen
and attends to hi$ own business, DEVIL'P ISLAND TORTUREis day of November, A. D., 1906, at IO ttoraey for Bt cutrtx. '
o'clock; a. tn., a meeting of the stock- i iI
Instead of and everlastingly
eternally no worse than the terrible case of Piles hnldeis of the Lincoln Loud Companywill I

finding fault with others, is thai afflicted me to years. Then tot; 'es he held at the office nf the Companyat NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR :

about the safest man to entrust advised to apply Bucklen'sA--!..,Ica Salve West Palm Beach Florida to tote PERMITTo Ii I
cured upon a proposal to increase the capital i
and less
than a boa permanently
public affairs to. The growler cannot Block of said corporation front twenty- you want anything in the house
me, writes X.. S Napier, of Ragles, Ky Sell
five thousand dollars (25,000.00)) to one Liquors, Wines and Beer.
be depended upon to accomplish Heals nil, wounds, Burns and Sores like hundred thousand dollars ($iooooo.o->) I furnishing line don't fail to go to Me-

much, even if he [h sincere at magic. ajc at all druggists.!: by issuing preferred stock of the par Ginley Bros. Co's New Store opposite
heart and it is often tb-c that value of nevetitv.fiwe. _--" thousand dnllata Public notice Is hereby given that I f the Masonic
Beach Club has filed
the Boardof
ry Ills growls are' assumed only to CURES CHILLSAN D FEVER. This October 17, A. D. r<)06.C. ,County Commissioners of spick ana span new line of new furnish

mislead tha public and him G. W. Wlrt, Nacogdocbes. Texas: say C. Chilliagwoifth, pad stick
give a l-5t President. County la the State of Florida his ings, every of it fresh from the

_chance to accomplish some coveted 'His daughter! nad chills and fever application for a'permit to sell liquors the factory. As-there entire stock was

purpose,-Bradford County Tele three years; be could not find anythinghat Notice. wines and beer In Election District purchased practically at one time and

graph. would help her till he used Herb- Notice is hereby given that six months No. 3 of said County and State, for for which they paid cash, obtaining liberal >

ne. His wife will not keep 11 oust with after date of this notice,we shall! presentour the fiscal year ending October 1st., discounts. They can save you

Meeting la Arrartf"..a.Knoxvllle out it, and cannot say too much for it.' accounts for final settlement and 1907 that such application will 'be money. 'Dont buy till get their
I', Tenn. Oct. 29.In r"- 500. Sold by A. C. Riegel.b10TIIERS. apply for our discharge as executors: of acted on by the said Board of"County prices
'I cponse .to a telegraphic tender of Its the estate and last will and testament Commissioners at their next regular r
food offices In the hope ot urlugtma of John II. Brelsford deceased, to the meeting which will be held on the

about' a settlement of the general County Judge at Miami Dade County, Ctb. day; of November 1900 -at 10:00:
+ strike in the local shops of the Southern Who would keep their children 'in' Florida. Dated June'3Oth, 1906. o'clock In the forenoon of said day
Railway the Knoxville :board of good health\ should watch for the first E. M.'BreUford ,
j j trade received the following telegram symptoms of worms and remove them Mary C. Bre1sh:>rd, and the said Board hereby calls upon 3 We are offer Your Furniture Business
any citizen of such Election
3 from H. II. Spencer, general manager with White's Cream Vermifuge. Ills the District .
; of the Southern Railway: "J. A. children's best tonic. It gets digestionat A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS who .may desire to do so, to show

Hensley, secretary Board, of work that their food does them cl\use. if any there be, at the said next ,
Trade so Is Mrs Alexander of Cary, Me., who i '
Knoxvllle: Your telegram. The com good snd they grow up healthy and has found Dr. King's New Life Pills to regular meeting of said Board, why; McGINLEY BROTHERS COMP'Y'

pany and its officer appreciate ful- strong. Sold 1 by A. G. Riegel, be the beat remedy she ever tried for such permit shall not be granted the
ly the interest of Knoxville: in the ma- keeping( the Stomach Liver end Bowels applicant.By In Their New Store Opposite Masonic
in perfect order. You'll with herIf
: chinists' strike and we are desirous SAVED HIS LIFE.J. these agree order of the Board of County
you try painless purifiers that Tempi
settling it promptly and equitably.; It W. Davenport, Wings, Ky., writes Infuse new life. Guaranteed by all drug Commissioners. of Dade County Flor ,., .
has been agreed at the suggestion! of -- "' .
gists, Price :250HUMAN ida.. : :: '
the Hon. Seth Low, chairman of the June 14, 1002: "I want to tell vou I believe : : :: : : = : .. "' ;'
Ballard's Snow Linirltent saved This the 2nd day of October, A. D.
National Civic Federation that our of my BLOOD MARKS.A 1900. 2,...1.1..N...IN.1.NN1N 1 NN.1..1.11/11N1N
life under
president will meet the president of I was the treatment two
the machinist association anj the doctors, and they tome). oneof my tale of horror was told by marts of (Seal A K. Dearborn &

local committees of the'machinists this lungs was entirely gone, aud the other human blood in the home of J. W. Wil- Clerk Board County Commissioners: Re11ANCs MILIIUERBlacksmiths

k week early in an effopt to make such badly affected. I also had a, lump on llama, a well known merchant of use By W. 11. Pope Deputy Clerk.

S adjustment }I. B.
local shops are still idle. lived over two months longer. I was Induced had severe hemorrhage of the !huge. ,
and was near death when I began! ti.. slug
by a friend to try Ballard's Snow Horseshoeing and
Dr. New It
Tribute King's Discovery. com] .letey -
to Mrs. Davis.
Liniment The first application gave cured ire and I have retnalner' well General Repair Work
Washington; Oct. 29.-'lA notable
relief two fifty bottles since" It
+ me great ; ccut ever cures Hemorr\ages,
tribute to the memory of Mr*. 'Jefferpon Chronic Settled Colds
Coughs and Dronhltls
cured me sound and a>.ii\ Manufacture of a Specialty
Davis waa paid la Confederate and la the only known c.ire for Tools
, ,
I< It is a wonderful medicine!and Ir;
-Veteran's ball here Weak Lure Every bottle guaranteed
Sunday In the :
presence of 600 members of the local ommend it to suffering humanity.Sold I Iby all Druggists. SOC and |i.oTrial l Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town Orders

organization of the Daughters nf the 1 by A..G Riegel. bottles free. "
' + Confederacy and 200 specially Invited -, Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach

? ; guests. Two surviving members of

5 the confederate congress, John Uoo formerly of Virginia, and John V.

? Wright memorial, of addresses.Tennessee, delivered the Largest thusetc.; Collection All pot of grown.Crotons in Full the United Line States.Citrus' alms Stock, Phyllan r i"" " " " "1i111111/Ii11111111if, "/" ,;" "i1i11111i" ,'r'trtrnl, !

grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address ,
Antl.Jap.e, Sentiment. A JJROP OF INK MAKES
St. JOHN B BEACH, West Palm Beach Florida E The F
Petersburg Oct. 29.-Tho NovO MILLIONS THINK. =-= iece1 pharmacySolicits

e Vremya In a leading article) onJapaneseAmerican -'- It also writea a check that pays that ==

relation declares ... bill of yours.
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p tb.t..yeaterday.1I; friend have begunto You
want to send Trade.
may YOUR
money a dig. .
quarrel" and asserts that "antl-
Japanese sentiment has been an started C. A. WOODRUFF of lance Ink"for and varlouspurposes... The "drop .r:: ,.. ,

In the..United States In response to ::::: '
the anti-Americanism In Japan causIng Dealer II) A BANK BALANCE i;::: We give you Pure'' Drugs at Moderate

: a friction which at our bank makes the check you send ;:;
may easily; b
fanned into war." Groceries Hay Grain and Feed Hardware,. pass current. ::: Prices, put up by a Registered

Hearing It Adjourned. Granite Kitchen Ware Crockery the Your clearing check,house like onr and bank is, passes at :: Pharmacist.st.

New York, Oct. 29.-;Hearing on Jugs and Harness "0. I{." Keep an account with stamped E ,.,. 5'
us and
.. the demurrer interposed In the prosecution (" ==
Instituted by thai United States FULL LINE LATEST FISHING TACKLE It Have will help you l in many ways. == Try our Candy Soda and Ice CreamA
you opened
again McAndrews and Forbes la the a savings:- account == ,
called tobacco trust prosecution, was Mape's Fertilizers. Sanders, Fertilizer' yet? We, pay 4 per cent on inch 'ac :;; .'

adjourned Monday; until Nor. 6 by Companys Fertilizers counts.: ::: 0. IUE lEt,
Judge Howe In the United States 'DADE
court here The adjournment was 01'-// Qorper poipsetta aij
!red by; agreement of counsel I. __. "- .4._._.. .-_.. ,- .. --" '- ur-- Palm Beach Florida. :i]: /lUmmmUUUnUUJUJUJU


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Gua DeFord Mtta IB Wanted In South

Stock Carolina. IA Desert Drama IIDRESSGOODS f
Charleston, S. C. oct 29. In
federal < local . . . .
court >clrcl>", Interest centers -
In the reports from Now York [Copyright 1906, by C. B. Lewis.]
that tho notorious Qua Del'ord, who Looking north, south' or west from
Profits Ja' wanted for trial for safe blowing tile lonely military post on thu edge of

ana rubbery of many postomces and the Mojave cleBort you saw nothing FOR FALL AND WINTER _
banks In South Carolina, bal"been but sand and scrub and cictiiB. No

can 1t8 ereatty Increased by giving located In that city. living things were to be found out there _

gpedul. core to the health of every DeFord was one of the loaders of except the eftrpent and the lizard. _

animal and fowl on the farm. the several gangs of yeggniea who beg Only the vulture spread; his wings to Our Fall and Winter stock of Dress Goods has Just arrived and
cattle, hogs to( In fly over It.
operate South
Sick poultry,glieep{ Carolina at
etc.? end oa their liver I the time of the Charleston exposition In the( rank and file of the army this we are prepared to offer our trade some attractive prices in Staple '

borse to keep thcta well. and continued to .blow safes until a I lonely frontier post was called the and Novelty oOls. X We would be pleased to show our complete "; t +

couple of years ago, when Postofflce r>enth post. Not that there was more assortment at anytime and invite'j/ou to fall and see thes w'
sickness there than elsewhere, but thnt
of Inspector the government Gregory succeeded and othor In officials round- nn average of four men per year went goods. X Wo mention, below a few of the best ni nbers;

'BlackDraughtStack I Ing the out from It and were heard of no more.
up last[ of the yoggmen. >
There are 19 of the They wore always private soldiers, and
time In the federal ,prison gang now at Atlanta doing- they were alwnys men who had actedqueorly Broadcloth : l 110 Inch ; Brown. Navy, Black Panama 42 and CO Inch Gray and Black

and Poultry the greater portion of whom were for days before. They bOIl and gray. Price PriceL.25I.50
been found brooding or weeping. They
tried at the Charleston
sessions of,the
Medicinekeeps had ceased to In ugh or smiles. There
federal courts. DoFord has been much
was four In their eyes. Ono by; nat $
hunted. $1.00i.25Henrietta
was arrested for safe .
their livers working and blowing In New York a little over a intervals they had quietly gone .1
therefore keeps them wlll1.BlackDraJjfht forth nt night and when their absence t
year ago, but'the authorities did not
and Poul-
I ; bad been reported the surgeon
try Medicine Is a pure, natural, I have. a to good" turn case him against him and decided had gently said to tho commandant: \ and Mohair 38, 42 and I M Inch. Henrietta; 38 and 42 Inch. Black, White
blood purifier, and acts over to tile federal
vegetable, "It Is not desertion. The men have Brown Blue Black and White Prices
ky regulating tile stomach liver court authorities In South Carolina. been awed and terrorized by the presence ; and Gray. Price i

era and It towels.Chlclcen prevents and Cholera cures, Colic., CDIs- from While enroute the In charge window to Charleston of of a New, York he Jumped marshal to Itself.of the Out desert there: It on has Its drawn bosom' there them 60B 75c. $$1.00 $$1.25 4Oe. and 5Oe. (

teupsr. Cough, COldS Constipation a- car at Cades, will be another skeleton.." ;
Fever, Loss of Appetite, and made his escape. The commandant may have agreed,

Wasting Away disease.and all the comn ) Refused to but bo could not so state In hIs official Wool Batiste ; 28 inch.,, White and Black. Serge, 42 and 50 inch. Black and White. '
stock Marry Shot.
; Fatally reports. It must be "missing" or "de '
It Is a perfect nuedtclna\: far tenI New York, Oct. 29.-Laura Osten, sertion. In time hIs superiors demanded Price Price {

I tral farm use. Try It. of East Orange, N. J. 23 years of explanations and hinted at .

age, was shot and It Is believed mor- laxity of discipline They even sent 7 5c. $ 1.0-1.25 k,
tally wounded while riding In a cRib him to a now field and sent an Iron ,
25c for a large can,
with Louis R. Browp. on Broadway. man to replace him. a colonel, who
all druggists and dealers Both are members of prominent famtles. laughed at the desert and felt no awe .-- -- -

Brown, who Is 21 years old, when ho looked up at the rugged cliffs Danish I Cloth ; All .Colors Price New Dane, 80 inch. All Colors. Price tj 1 _
and also a resident of East Orange, which the brawling river had cut Its ;I

- was arrested. According to the police, way through when the world was -
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Brown attempted to kill himself, but younger by a million years. Ills panacea 25c. 25e.

.__. was prevented by an officer. Drown for lonesomeness, for homesickness .
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and for sentiment was drill and
LAW. Is alleged to have said that the two
plenty of It. lIe would give the men
ball quarreled over the woman's repeated -
no time to think. When they told him
C. CIULLINOWOKT1I refusals to marry him. Miss that Private Parker was acting queerly '
C, Costen met Brown by appointment bo had the man before him and BRJ'\NNING\ BROS.t

ATTORNEY AND CUUNSELLOK and they dined. Later Drown sum- cursed and threatened and ridiculed. ,

moned a cab and drove up Broadway.' Two nights later when the midnight:
Went Palm Beach, Fla The cab driver, who said he had heard relief came around to Parker's post It HKMBERVEST: PALM BEACH LADIES' OUCFICCERS w{ '

the couple quarreling, was attracted found his musket lying on the ground, MERCHANTS' dSSOCSSUCIATION } ;
;GEO.\ G. CUIUUE bf a muffled sound, and climbing but the man himself was missing. r

Attorney and Counsellor-tit-Lnn down, opened the door. As he dido "110 heard the call of the desert; and WEST PALM BEACH, FLH.

the woman tell to the street unconscious. tio bus cone: to his death," whisperedhis
comrades. f

"The man Is a deserter, and I will
I.p, nitANKINO, Smith Wanted Pitcher Bayne. have him back hero within .two daysor

Attorney and Coiinnellor-tit-Liiw, Atlanta Oct. 29.-Had Alva, Bayne, resign my commission," exclaimed fir
the one-time Atlanta player who com- the man of Iron.Squadawere .
(fume. over Dnuk. mitted suIcide at Fort Valley Saturday sent out and the search ,
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA continued for three days without success. J H
lived until this week, ha would Tropical Sun. Pub. Co.
have been drafted by! Billy Smith, for Thou tho commandant
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL the 1907 Firecracker team. Baync mined to put the post to'shame and killsentiment : '
and supcrstlfftm at a blow
I (
passed through Atlanta last week on '
0. UOOD. :lU. I>. his way l to Macon and called to seethe 'lie mounted his horse and rode away I
I 1. find the de-
over the desert.: Ho would ,
lodal who was not in
PHYSICIAN/ AND SURGEON manager serter and bring him In. lIe believed I
his office at the time, 'but Manager food and drink
hud taken
In oror Fnttcr' bleyclo store, WEST the man
Smith was then trying to arrange a and for the mining
PALM BEACH.{ Ita.lilui.c-n near Itoy.ilruliiclmm with him pushed'
Hotel, PALM IIEACH. 12-1: deal to bring him to this city Bret towns an the other elKQ of tho sea at
by a sale and then afterwards decidIng sand. Ho should 1 bo ovurbaulcd<< nnd an .

B. POTTER Di. D., to draft hLm, and the -draft would example mndg of him. They watched .
have gone through this 'weak.!: Bayne the colonel take a straight course over
i-'-88 WENT PALM BEACH. FLA. I was In Atlanta lost Bummer, and married tho sands which weiii Just beginningto
an Atlanta girl here. Billy Smith heat up tinder the morning you of a
DENTAL states that he would go to Macon to summer's dny. Ho was strongly mounted sft
I a a a a a a at a a
attend the funeral should the services and carried water and provisions

PHII.MACY: (: J.N.NEWMAN be held there. and at his watch chain was a compass .
The colonel had figured that the de- NNf. of
Df'$. MACr& NEWMAN ,
Will Pay Losses. serter could not have made over forty: ,. ".
Dftinsis. miles. That would not be half-
Berlin, Oct. 29.Some of the German or fifty x. i
Office In Jefferson Block fire' insurance companies which way across the desert. Despite the )
1ST PALM BRACK, FLORIDA have not- paid the losses which they heat the horse had covered that distance ,.- HE merchant and manu

sustained as a result of trie San Fran- before the sun went down. The

It, J. I''<:. LIDDY clstoo to do earthquake so. The, have Berlin now Fire determined Insurance -- -the colonel skeletons had seen of skeletons men and as-f animals he rode {L facturer does not. buy i

Dentist company at a, general! meetingof to the right and left and ahead of him

I, Hut door WDM of Dado County Stale the shareholders) has decided to He had derided them. He had noted printing to sell again it ;
Dank. increase its capital by C25,000 and that two great vultures hovered over I ;

WEST PALM JIKACIL FLORDA pay its losses, and the Prussian National him as ha rode looking down on,"him k
Fire Insurance company has always, but uttering no croak or cry. is part of their equipment

MONEY TO LOAN. voted $025,000 to pay It. San. FranoUco He had smiled at them. A thousand : i
YOU IlAVF: PROPERTY TIIAT times be had cast his eyes! around him
P'on. want to Improve and need money and taken In the dreariness! but be had for doing business and .
.oltwltb apply to Ceo. O. Cume, laughed it to acorn. And now night
It PaTIIl.Beacb.. May Lynch Negro. had and he was as much alone .
Ripley Memphis, ,Tenn., Oct. says 29.-A that special late Sunday from as If there had been no other human is the only part of the equipmentthat j j ''
I being on the face of the world. He
a 0 I night tour officers raided a crap game
HASLEHURST & SON the ate and drank and sought Bleep. It
near Hills Point, When officers stars under the of interested -
would not come. He counted the r comes : eye
entered the building; Wyre the game
I Contractors and BuildersP. above him: he counted the numerals;
walt going on, George Estea, a negro,
he cursed Rlmsclf as being more fool.lab
O. BOX 304 drew a revolver and shot and killed than a woman. people out of their home
Officer Henry. Saseley and probably
found himself i
Of a sudden the officer *
Omcer John Bowers.
Hacker & fatally wounded It Is reported sitting up and staring out Into the city
po.S. Son The negro was captured. night and listening so Intently that he .
formed and :
that mob. has quietly
detected the movements a lizard
aa effort' will be made to lynch, the negro. yards away, {
on his nerves, and he struck
You Must Have Good Printing
himself in anger as he realized It. Do ,
Train Passed Bridge Burned. what be could he could not sleep. As We Do That Kind of Printing '
St. George,. Oa. Oct. 29\-One be looked out across the sands he '?
hundred and fifty feet of the Georgia thought every cactus a moving figure ORDER

Southern and Florida bridge acroM the every ilgure an enemy. His homo ,, -" GIVE US YOUR ,

St. Mary river was burned Sunday trembled' and perspired and snorted r

... afternoon. The fire was discovered and finally broke away. He listenedto ,
"" abou noon shortly after the through the thud of Its hoofs until they

------'. freight had passed through. The section quite died away, and then lie.sat with ,;; The Tropical Publishing Co; y

gang got 'Ui4 tire undo controlIn his face in his hands. He bad sneered

MANUFACTURERS three tours time. The damage at and derided the desert, but the .IMOOMI.ONAT..b :
; OP. Traffic conquered the man of Iron.
amounted to about U.OOO. desert bad and
"ors, Sash wlll not be Interrupted. Who can tell of the next day, with Its .
'I t
' blazing sun roasting and scorching West Palm Beach. Flo.West .
Blinds Boats. the frightened horse had galloped .
Mouldings Pulajanas Attack .
sank t .
The man's footsteps
29.-The Pulajanes away.
Manila, Oct. ,
L, -AND- Samar attacked boats carrying supplies deep into the shifting sands at every ,.. .

Nldlng Material, on the 8ur goa river, killed three move, and the serpents and lizarda :
and cactus were ever before him. '
scout' and wounded one. Five .
CHARLESTON, S, C. killed. The supplies Above him the vultures were always E-
lajaaas were hovering and waiting and If he shook; : a Ct l'Cct Ct Ct rlCtlCt Ccea 'c1\
Troops are now purw- .
largest were sved. .
Factory South. his flat at them and dared. them to : ,

Send for 1'rtcee.VLER log the- Pulajlllel come down; and give him battle it cone .
no new thing to them. They bad seen ''J
Damaged by Fire.Little other men do the same. ,
\ Rock. Ark. Oct. 29.-The There was another day and another .

BROS. town of Portia, Ark. code damagedby night-perhaps two of them. Of what
lire Sunday night, to the extentof good la a compass toa man who babbles

MACHINE SHOP about 60.000i. A high wind was as be looks at Its face? Of what

blowing and the village was without good a strong pair of legs when he 'la

!//NOllo'LAETPAIRS/ A 8PECIALTY: fire apparatus. half a hundred miles from a11Oor'l: It

SHAPE WORK was simply another victim for the maw t
AS ENGINE Will Not Visit American, of the desert And If men ever ride PalmBeaehFlaJ
SUPPLIES' New York Oct 29.- PadsrawskI' past tho bones of the missing officer _

': FOR SALE the Polish pianist, will not come to they;''cannot tell them from the bones; ,
America this winter. The reason giVen af the scores and score' who preceded .5 '
Perri ... of hIs s7'1Jl-' him. ,
P .ndlnc, Lake Front. Is the Incompleteness and havo followed ', .'. t:, ;

"rAt,10t BEACU .. FLORIDA phonf. +:.. "f .,j "_. u. QUAD, ;' .h.f.'bAM 'N Rht ,n ,, M.," ., ytaY. p
.M+ Pv
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7 I t WAIF i We Have{ Building j JVlaterial !

1 [Copyright 1004 by Richard. D. Shelton.] (

r I Farrar bad never before numbered I ,You i HEED IT: iZ i

philanthropy among his sins, but since Z
C1a& .'Near! Miss Curtis had taken charge of the .

'- Fresh where Air Fund he spent home Ms in summers the little Farrar village ... i Can't We Get Together ? i iii

had evinced a decided Jntcrest In

ON ONE GANG! the heretofore movement.he had labeled cbtldran | EAST COAST LUMBER AND 'SUPPLY CO. i

and othorwlso ii
1 of the fresh air fund variety
: 1 j Up Track Were -ns unmitigated little nuisances WEST PALM\ BEACH \FLORIDA .

whose chief aim In life was to annoy
lty-Four their elders and bring people's hearts ............................................. .....!

Hot ''PlQHt Near Into theIr' mouths by falling Into the __ __ .__. __.__ _n.__ _
river or crossing' the street in front of

a speeding automobile.He Florida East Coast Railway
29.-A pitch hud even complained to the town'

pick., authorities -before Miss Curtis took local Time Card "No. 61. la Effect September 16, POi.. ..

used as weap charge of course-of the noise createdby IIOUnIBOUND-itBAD NORTHRAUND..RBADLie.

participated the fifty or more youngsters who ,
track-laying resided a few doors below his place 56 99 .... 29 STATION& No. 18 II"",, AIr .I IPa'

; and Nashville and ho had suggested that the borne. -' oopmr'" u."l.-..m .................. ne xunv ................Ar Oall !O.l.-!! !
woods outside the M ............ South J..okoonvlllo..Lv 1 18j.n gM""ua
and East be removed to the Ldpra 8 2Sam .. a
10 4Ilam .. ...... ....1310 AIiO/IiNUno................ a 1ftI'm 76aa
Bunday. About town. 6IIpm 1Wpm II IRam ................U.'UnR.. ................,. BBlpm .
were so- But, with the advent of Miss Ourtls.Farrar'a I !OIpm.II!!! sr..m ................Et..t PRIRLke.....,.......... e BD.q3 .
sudden a87Wro Ar.P Ii.'fi".I.v' -3uu,
up, but attitude underwent a 7 48pm 11 loam .. ...1Ar 'ulntknfnWo". ............ ...... 64C'I'm' e tern 1 .
a and thorough change. From the moment Ytspm ... ........ ................'(iar' }3. ..............ALrr 61r.uaU"m
4 east of be laid eyes on her young earnest ........ 6 L...............r..8ut M..leo..A. "BBSpm' ,.
Just face and looked Into her cleargray II blip n. jjptu Ly;hnndtilir l ......;.".........Ar -4 Wpm ---6 grins. ,".
mllea east of Cl/puf !1940pm ...................IJnpont................... 12q"e 6 ,"Ra .
of 100 Ixmls- eyes-oil this was at the post- llHpm .............. o rill 01111 .................. 811 self, office while be was apologizing for 100'11.tD 48pm 1 24pm .................. Dayt.."".................. S 4fipm 4 4re" "..
attempted to against her 101Spm 1 Itlpm .................1'0' Oro..lo................ .1 8 8cq.m 4 Loam '
Louisville bumping unceremoniously 10 W'pm Wpm Ar................New Bmyrnn.' ............... Sl61111\ 4lraq,
th. thanked hla stars that the h. ................ Lv:
-Farrar imam 4 A- ....... .... 100101"81
44vm .Ornu
<<> 4 Obpm .. ..,......... Cer................ :.. 12 Wpm 6 1"'.u
i I >. ) work when 800 I town concerning the ro It40arn 6 Wpm)' ..........OmnRUCLLyJnnntlnf_ : .. ........... P115pm 6 ''I.m
to his suggestions .; 8111vrlla.'r 8 ,
i 1 :ii'.pmtf.pm Lv."w or'l.m"i'
i + men appear moval of the borne. 111Upm !l4opm .. .................oak 1(111 .....,......,.....LV: 14"1'11I 8 "am
the rail up/ because of Miss Curtis that 21 uJ'm I IRpm Ar.,1.1 !!vine.................. ? 2 m1'o'!! 8 "''KmIITO..m
you Imm dt- It was held frequent S'"I.m' ,:.;....... .. Pori.! .. _.............j1 14 C"am -6' '11m
\ back the youngsters of the home e Itlpm It Mam LvJ..................Ranl'nM......,,...... ...JAr r. tUim 11 'Jan'''
the Louisville and. boisterous picnics _ln FaJlorar' !
tiptn BlRp"f, U'pn't qam
to the nov- It was because of her' 11)2: shun 8611.01 .. .......w...........C..co..L.. .. t211m" 2 '..mII84am
,, pine grove; 8 Mpa .... ........... .;. .. ...... .. .. 120"m" I''.......
'I ,y the rails that they often rode-a dozen at a timeIn l04am 4r2pm .................HOOkIU.lfio.: ................ 12.17'11' I ,7am.
with electricity automobile and picked his llB'nn 4 8ol'IU .................lIlcllollllrllO................. .. 1\1\ ll7pln 1 'N,11lam ',
his II 10pm ................. NRbtxtlmr: ................. .. I II t hi,un. 12 aua "' ,
the Louis- gooseberries and currants unmolested I team 80oprtt .. ..................!'t. J..olo.: ................. .. 10 6Xnn., I Xo'1B
that the fresh all: I OOum e IC.I'OI .................P'urtl'lerno................ .. 1o 7aru1. 1\
applied their Certain It was bill 8 Mum S71'OI ...................TILbatle' .................. .. 1017,.",. 1DI".pm"
d rails a score \colony ruled Farrar who explained B B1Iftm 8411n. ...linen ................. .. 101:1: >11"I ,
heart by stating that be had B 40"11I 04Rpm ................... Jenson.................... .. 100-101 \I ''Im,
stiff. All, change of ............ .... .. i
J !) 86h"n e 671'01 ........ .. .Rhtart. 10 ((4".n :r '11.m
; discovered that they were nntereatlnfl 420am 'WI.m .................finbu. Nnund, .... ...... ...... .. 0.1'''''" i -'pm
L It la extremely doubtful 14Dnm 74upm, ................Next Jupll r.....,.,........ D I ILam' 10 'pm
Oldham' county little brutes would Ii IORru 8 holm ..............Went Palm, ': 10.vtuh.. ............ 8 1/1n 0 Olin
arrested however If this Interest m useai 114Sa' 8411.m .................diivnton .................. .. 11 "am 0 Ij'mIi
and been sufficient to induce him to alum: 8 f l..m.. ............. Jtolrny ............. .. 8 I I..m. 8 'qua
on each Bide, have 648.11D40l'm' ..............VOrtl.audenlnte.. ,........... 7'on,, 7 Olp'
drive MB automobile to the village past.office Mam D 47pm ................. .I'.t.' ......,. ........ .. I'"11m 7 ipn7War
and it la ex' with 'dozen unkempt urchins 0ipm\ .... ........Ilallnndnlo................. TIdlan' '
of way question a 7 H1Inm l020pm ................ Lemon City; ................ .. 8Ibun 7111.11.
clinging precariously to the 1IlidlIrDal'dB. 711Oa1110801'111 A..................... ................... 81una1: 7 Ova
courts. HIs Interest in "the little 8 OOnm .......... .. Lrt ............ ... \ .... .. .... 8 spin
brutes" was aided end abetted by a lO1lOl11U ............ Art............... 1\11o'ml./\1, / ..... ._. .. it DpafitR .

Woman frank smile from a pair of clear grayeyes ,tParlnrCarrnntralna'Jand7a( BulTutSlooplnS; .onlrninx00m''ilt ''I i --
I 29.-Clinton O. that greeted him when be returned Dully.xoept| Hnmtay.
a sailor on his screeching load to the borne) ; -No. l7 I" a

Indiana, Instead of cursing the noisy brood ."1.:31 S"o'l-' pallyB I OI Ex..pl M ATPORT BHAtiCH. Nn.\\.11) ;iy !,' S No.2n Ind1. ,, No DI.:21 r

he was found at the boma.be smiled Indulgently at 0.117. Only. sundry _I Unlo _

l Riverside park their vocal exertions, for that noise oopm IL loam 810pm II oo..m. C.r. ....'..Jnekunnvllloi.Ar. 7 4'r" I 1ft
a form of an un intimately connected with 141* 21 helm" IO 180110 9 ILpm.. O oXam/ .......nlll" ..Ia knmvHle ....1.1.. 7 "r,1"i I q
was 240pm 10 Mum\ 61\1).m\ .. 111I1'"m' ........1'.101.11..11. :....... 7-,'"'' 1\\ .n
A corner's phy Curtis and Miss Curtis\ ,, all unconsciously 24apm JO /Man /IIIIm/ 04mm .......Allanrlclarrwh....... 7i,-""," 11 ,
an autopsy on on her part, bad entered! Into Wpm 1I10..m 71011111 JOOO&m Ar..M"ypurt.......... _axon,, II I

said that in his the place In Farrar's dreams reservedfor PENINSULAR: AND OCCIDENTAL'SIEAMSUIi'' CttNNECKOlB( AT iI.
murdered. Five tho one woman in the world.

p broken. and there Farrar walked down the street toward Close Connection: : Made at Miami with Steamships of' the P. ft U. S. S. 'Cd Iprry.I .
the home In the red glow of aa .
shoulder. Clark Havana and 'Key West.
He August evening, a huge basket of currants f-
person. In one band and a bundle of castoff SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
bad been drink but still useful clothing) (begged LT-MIAMI..Tniw'ayi latnrd".tJ 40pm LT nAVANA..Th".I..r'. I ( reAr
having KEY W"14T..W"III"ay." "Bnndayi.' 1 OipmLTKKYWmr ', Ar KKy'. wi..r..ti.1n.. n
personally from young matrons of his ......WmlneniUy........ 800pm LTkKTWBHl' Thur,,!I.,' '. MAt .It n
of the woman. acquaintance) In the other. Behind At HAVANA.......,.Thursday.......... t 80am MIAMI .......rl..";',. 'I' .lit,nMVl'l

r 'I"u navy at his home him strode hill solemn faced gardener Additional Sailings between Key West and Havana.

years ago. similarly accoutered evidently of the LvRKTWP.BP..Mendayat' ....."ln7..... 8 Lapin I l.y HAVANA..TnfMflttyi.uiiii. In
i opinion that the boas wall out of Ida ....BAV NA...Tlleod..71. Baturrlaya.... 8 Mum I| Ar KtV; Wfcsf.Tuttwlajfi '," .., .Ie t, .dpu
of People. head. R

'Among the rec On the veranda of the home Farm Trains Discharge; Passengers-at-Ship'- Side. Nd' ;=Irnnsfer
proposed eloo- dismissed the gardener and, entering: The e Time Tabloaihoir the ttmrni HI which trnlm innr to 01 pec te<1 toarrlv' "u 1 iloixit
} of the pro- the house found Miss Curtis\ In bu from the wv"rel' tnlloni. but tholr arrival or departure, the Cln.". "'mi f\ rri
one that gover- cool little office. nor Utbli Company be ball. rosponalbtarorany deiartoraoyeoneuquen"ai: . R from

-delegates to the "I've' foraged more or leas successfully For Copy ol the LOCAL TIME CARD' or Other Informant, q\

by direct vote for the clothes you wanted fin .SEE THE TICKET AENT.n

; {the suffrage be your .charges," he said, depositing hie J. D. RAHNER Ass Oen'l Pn-H Art.. ST; A"rl'c'
; the amount of load, "and I brought you nil the currants
You can use them
; a qualification that are ripe.

> > be to read and | suppose'"
his province as I "you're ,more than kind." she sold

English, The gratefully.: "You have given me toe:
the commie first ray of light in a long, wearing
All day. Sometimes I think they're very'
I choosing of an
QDM1'Btetull1W. beasts, and I'm almost

I the year. tempted to give up this wor. ."

"Do," he eald eagerly.
/ KIII. .
She smiled wearily.
Oct. 25.- -Ad- "If It wasn't for the question ol.

La. state that brood and butter Involved"- LT1 /J 4

marshal and dep "Try something else,,"' Farrar Inter_.
place, was shot d.
in a saloon certainly open to suggestions/1 I

was made to she said, with a sigh. I
liquor dealer of "Well" said he "I know a place!

with the you're admirably adapted to. I know

toot be located by waif that has some sterling qualities

I wept to the and many faults. I'd like to see him:

under proper care. If the faftlts, went
; Corrected and the sterling qualities dcvoloped > '

"* ,J think he might make'qnlte.

.] -Pears that dls man.' I wish you'd" take! him and experiment ,
with hrm.
Tuesday, the an
Vtnd starve-In the meantime si*
of the Im-
..bet .
a constitution
"Oh, no," he said. "The wolf is not)
to the adoption of
like these here. He has plenty of money .
the authorities. In trust: for him, and a part of It
of Cossacks and could be set aside tqr his education. Four Sailings Each Week Between

the streets with What be needs Is a personal Interest YOBK
the slightest at- taken In him. flee a friendless sort ol JACKSONVILLE NEW |

*. chap. That's why I call him a vAl1f! ,M
'calllun at Charleston.. e.C:.,both way
"Tell me more about this,"she urged SEIIVlCC
Ai Session. "What could I do for him"

M I ; Oct. 29.--Contra* Tou could make a man of him In THE CLYDE NEMr ENUL.VNI) AND 80VTlIEII LIJI
a meeting convinced." he said
: ( : *Dlrett Service Betweet.
of the Wo- "Where are his relatives she asked. BOSTON AND PROVIDKNCK.AND .

Union, "In heaven-I hope said he. I JACKSOJTVILLK, ALL, BASTERN POINTS.
doors Monday. "Poor chspl And he'. all alone?" .
,Carting at Cbarleiitott waya.HKMIWBKK1.V
matters were dis "Absolutely. !: !: SAILINGS. ", V0>V\\
: at the gen- "And you think I could get a position. Southbound From Lewis'W'' onvill
Mrs. Lucy as sort; of governess) to him?" Northbound From footot Catherine Street, Jerks I

: whose topic "No" he said flatly; "I don't" I ; RIVER LINE
a I: the Negroes." She lifted her brows CLYDE ST. JOKNti f
"I think ;yon'could make a. man{fat Between Jacksonville and 3anford.
him -hl. wife" said he and
: for School. I Slopping at'Palalka. Astor St. FranCis, Beresford (D.Lsnd)
She looked at him In amazement the St. Johns River
: 39. -President of Intermediate Landings 011 _
Then she noticed that his
I eyes sought
of Sag Harbor,
on behalf of' hers eagerly and that his hand, lying Steamer City ,of Jacksonville PhnraleyrlNp:
I! on her desk, trembled. nppelnredteullastollownLeave. Jackeonv111.,91tndnYJ.Tnoi'It; )'* ,.DI I
that .h. 'will do- ''iii'' m
"He's a lacy, rascal waif," saldrhe Butnrnlnir loave Sanfurd.MoudaysWulnoeday/andrridu.. "
the construction .
,haltingly, :"but with some one to car NaAco'.cod
for the city. Jouthbound Bcheilul
for him he might be different"
f e
1 Head down ,Arlh
school in '
'. and mem- Miss Curtis roe* The gray eye seemed J.eayeS3O pra ..... .......... .... JACKSONVILLE..PALATKA ." .... .IA+MI"I,
I John J. Er- looking beyond him and Into the totnre. .45 II1...... ...... ............. .. ............. IJI'''
: 'And evidently that future was .00.... ............, ................ ASTOR .....,.. *><.." .. a 1-1 p .
I satisfactory, for she laid her bandi gen 43oam................ ...... rr. PRANcrai ?, u-, v pal J
: Resigns. tly on his shoulder and smiled. .a _. .... ...... ...... .. .. BRJUC8FOKD: (n.IAMD. )...." .. 4r J
: 29.-Robert T. "Dear lonesome waif!P she said. trtini'oam..o..w.d.,... ......'ANJ''>RD' ,,..: :..... tNM1 J

: Immanuel Bap And because of nil.this the fresh alt ,"10 Oi'> am..M.-. ...<........,,...,..>..FNTEttPRIHB' .....'. ".... ... Jac k'anvil
has resigned fond home Is Office: 122 W. Bay St? --
yearly! supplied with fruit General Passenger and Ticket. ,,
your : (4
position from the Farrar place, and the Crest --- ."' 'k"aWyiL6e'.
of the board of r.M.IHNMONIIKKJr..eea'tuea'1i'tMA.tx3Wea/Bay1St., 1. \
: 'air fond children who
come, a new lot W, U.CUOPt.lt: Jr. Freight, Let., J
: Baptist con- 'snob ., !. :" '17Oj .ueo11'r"t Ap-
year, stay M much! with Farroi .Tau""nVI1l1., 1p81 M ;
: ,", at .lUca- and his wife as at the bone. s_,0. IIAOEttTY: OeD'. MasiarsesAnt.New ; .
d '
.' ''WJ Fu I'r M : I ii, .i'If'( .:;': <.; \ .. ,, [. ., .. ,. : .' ,,. '| 'yT !- :* **,.:+ '9.iaa&MLJ ; \|L'i RICHARD. B. BHHLTOK VtlBO: O. FQBIt.Vice Pr, .,New I.len'Voi and*OOnocrsl , ()l\loo..l'wrllll,NttMh 4Wer.
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TIlE TROPICAI SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, b.LOlUD\v wai :'\JF>: lV\) Q.i'OB.IJ( > :n, I I'hiri; 1'\1( ; I?: 1 FI\"I';; "4 f

.. 1
--- -- -- --- -- --- ---V--- -

partially rterullod at Caswtll G miles I I O PEATS 1>E(,: l, 6 '

pnit of Knojcvlllf- The ('nulnc and, SHOKE AN The Virginia i i : -/O.: .

five or the nine furs of HIP train 1 Jdl
: L' oente d
the mils at a switch, and It ne<*nts lentrnUy
miraculous that no one was killed and I
Plot and Cold
I Electric: Lights ;
only one man slightly hurt.
Large Cool Rooms and cuisine the very bust K itc. fj per ,il I l'iv, ape< ml Rates by
The engine ran a distance of 200
Avoid alum and alum phosphate I the week or month, Carriage. run In conim ti.>n ',\ith\ luu;" i" vd 1 fioni trains.
yards after leaving; the rails. Four H e.1-\o All7c3, A. r.. VIH.H, IToprltn. *al I
cars were placed claar of the right of -
--- ---- --- -- ---
way and only one blocked either I .
baking powders.The NOW PEN
tract Pojoangers were badly Sbak-I 51e
Palms\ :. =::
tut .
en up, noa./; single one ------ '

label law'requires that all ''l'rpJ1le! was:. 'blocked for only a! short I Fronting On, Lake Worth '' i

time, The engineer claim that an AND BE HAPPY Large home like hotel well appointed and btautllully located giving the comforts
obstruction' In the frog; of the switch i without the cost of the more extensive ones. Situated on LaKe Worth opposite. r' I
the ingredients be namedon canned the derailment. Two eyewitnesses .Royol Poinciana Hotel. White waitresses, electric bells. Good (fishing, huntIng ;t ,

say that It was due to the I' DoatloK-/ Rates la 50 and $3 per day, special TH& PALAl9 piles bv' the"V.lOt w ekLia Palm. n.ach ;rt

high speed at which the. train sruclcl I -
the labels. Look
out the switch i SOLD AT LAKE WORTH '

Emf'Vor William III .
for the alum ,
compounds: YEJIR. 1
Berlin Oct. 29.-Emperor WilliamIs 6 OPEN ALL THE 1t

suffering from a cold which Is sufficiently I 9W
f severe to require him to give Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly Furnfcbed Throughout Ratesare

NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only up his proposed"'visit today (to Prince 17 most moderate cO'JslslentIlh cleaolineji Burkhardt under the personal supervision.. of
Mrs. E .A.
pihllip Zueleniberge'a place at
Royal Bakin Powder which is P O. BOX 238 Latc of Atlantic City N J,
a Llebsnberg.! The Court Circular In ,
announcing the change In his majes-

pure, cream of tartar baking powder ty's plans, says his sold "Is light." It Mrs ParrisH "I..

was noticed Saturday that when the \ tt
and the best that be made. ----- -- - P a CottageSeminole
can einjieror uuolte at Professor Burgees'! OIOGe West Palm Beach !

lecture and proposed cheers for PresIdent i r
,I Why Not Give a Trial Florida
Roosevelt he was extremely

hoarse. All of his many engagementson Order To Centrally located, at Corner of Poincetta and Uvernla Streets Rates $tgo ,
Saturday and Sunday were kept :i I I
tl o $z.oo per day. $ICJ oo per week.
though the emperor was obviously distressed ..
by his cold. .

Atlanta Man Ends His Life. I IQnlfport WEST PALM BElCH I 1 Hotel t 1 ''

r Miss. Oct. 29.-The Rates $2.00 and Up ,
body of a man apparently 36 years of i /

SCORES OF PEOPLE I way, they stood almost on end, and ages was found on. the beach near GASOLINE and OIL '
ZAPF Protrietor
I the first man to descend reported that the Beach h tel'\,-,about noon Sunday. I j GEO. 4'I I

the victims were ]packed In the lower The body was well dressed and a Newly Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. Accommodations For 150 Guest

KILLED IN WRECKThree ends of the submerged cars BO tightly watch and purse undisturbed. There DELIVERY ..

that It was difficult to move them. were no means of Identification except''' NOW OPEN .

i On by one the bodies were brought the name "J. H, Connelly Atlanta, !I IOa. s (.r

I up, carrlod to a waiting 'train and' laid on the coat lapel. The verdictof Zsm.ati$ otta"", !o W :

Electric Cars Plunge From side ,by aide, later to be borne to this the coroner's Jury was suicide bya a '' i

city and placed In the Empire thea- pistol. Police Chief Childress wired '
Intd River. I MRS. C. F. CROSBY, ProprietressEverything
Bridge ter. the Atlanta chief of the finding,of the I
CARL KETTLER up-to-date. Table services unexcelled. Rates only $toe
Thousands of persons quickly gathered body. 'j'he.lbody' was immediately in- I Fla
West Palm Beach, ,
at the of terred. 1 I Manager r i
100 PERSONS WERE ON THE CARS scene the disaster anda I i

score of boats soon surrounded the I -. -,_.

spot 1 where the cars disappeared, but Public Is Warned.St. .

Every Person in First. Two Car Were they were unable to render any aid. Petersburg, Oct. 29.on the ,

Drowned thetic. Persons' who had friends on of the Imperial manifesto givinga Company '

Through Guard Rall-T.housands of the Ill-fated oars, crowded< about the constitution to Russia, Oct. 30, the Factory For Sale I. :

People Visit Wreck SOMe door and with difficulty were restrained prefect of police has caused the city to hI

from forcing their way Into the be placarded with proclamations recalling FAMiLY$ 1 )!I
Atlantic City N. J. Oct. 29.-At building. One of the most heart- the late General Trepoft's fa- IN WEST PALM D EACH I GROCERIES
11 o'clock Monday 61 ..bodies bad been
rending Incidents was furnished by mouse phrase, :"Do not spare bullets," I '
recovered from the wreck on the electric ':
Frederick Renckert who lost his en- warning the public that in case of disorders Fancy Food Products
line of the West Jersey and Sea- tire family, a wife And two children. : ,
demonstrations or even the assembling : HE Talking I I"
shore railroad, which dashed through nenckert we* not Informed of the accident I- of crowds, armed force will
the drawbridge at Thoroughfare Sunday until too lat to catch a train, be used with all the vigor permissible : ;J.fJ Machine is a regular Grain, and Provisions. ,

and one car had been recovered. and ha hurried here Tn an auto. Whenhe under the rules "extraordinary secur Sunshine Fac I :

How many remain la the other saw the bodies ot his wife and two ity." _
car Is not known.It little boys lying side'by side on the ji tory. X There are no JEFFJaUSON BLOCK' ,j,

Is ''believed 'that possibly not allof ] when Ii
floor, Benclcert collapsed and had to Chorus Girl Commits Suicide. dull days you

ered.thoso ,drowned may ever be recov- be carried from the building, New York. Oct, 29.In' a
Walter Scott, motorman was killed with her husband's love
because of his anxiety to spend a partof letters torn to bits and scattered Come and hear a few .. '"
Atlantic City, N. J. Oct 2a.-As ,..
; the with his wife here. -""" rN IIr.mw r
day It was around her Hazel Cooper a chorus by the great opera
the details of Sunday's terrible vtf kon songs
Scott's custom to run only as far as girl In the "The Earl and the Girl"company j I
the electric line of the West Jersey ;
comic recitationsand W' lW' W DQG WD U
Milvine! but he had swapped rung drank carbolic acid In her stars
and/ Seashore road developed> dur-
with another motorman and hl. death apartments In the hotel Hamilton In sayings.
ing the night the disaster' became funny
wae the result. West Forty-fifth street and died at s 'I
appalling.. The total number of
more Prosecutor Albertson, CoronereCaaklll. hospital Monday. The girl is said II
whose ]lives snuffed out WHEN YOU WANT'II
persons were
Captain Woodruff and Chief oi 'to have been the wife of Ed Walsh, a .
almost Is sixty-
Police Maxwell, superintended the removal 'Jockey.) She was about 20 years of
six, with nearly a score injured, several '
ef the bodies from the scene ot age. '
h Machine On Earth
1 Best
of whom It Is thought, will die.
the Disaster. As each body was 'r A nice Buggy or Carriage to take a, driveA
Forty-eight bodies already have '
'teen brought 'to the surface. There brought up to the evrface It was I I To See It Is To Buy It good Saddle Horse for a canter or exercise

were uluety-one persons on the train, searched; and the effects taken. In Explolon of Natural Qsa. Goods Delivered or Hauling of ajy kind done, call on
charge 'by Captain Woodruff. The Kans./Oct. '' S
fifteen passes and seventy-six fares Topeka 29.-Two, persons -
valuables were placed In packages and AT: ,
Twenty-five of this number have been were killed one la missing, four
numbered and a number corresponding were seriously Injured and BO more THESTABLe
accounted for, which with the bodies Lake Worth Produce Co
wa placed the body. terrific
on hurt In
were a explosion of
recovered bring the total up to 73. ,
The drivers were completely exhausted : : THAT ,
This leaves 18 not accountedfor natural gas that demolished live? 2- i V
by their continued efforts and Coffeevlfle Fresh Fruits and Produce Received
story buildings at Kans,
and who are supposed to have i,
'teen drowned. It 10 possible that were compelled" to suspend operationsa The building; WeT leveled\ to (ha\ Dally. 1 Bakers of Bread to Eat TREATS YOU RIGHT '
short time before daybreak. Tb'elrwork fro broke .
ground A out after the
come of these may never be found. At
police headquarters Monday morning was particularly arduous be- explosion, but the flame were quickly Dogs, Guns and Guides furnished -

was stated that the effects found on cause the wrecking crews, whlch'hadbeen extinguished, as little wo* left .'to We send drivers, with you if you wish 1
summoned to the scone of the

t8x!Identification>dl s were not of sufficient more than permit six and of accident, were unable to raise 'the burn. Frazier One, 'of little the gin Kansas, a daughter'ofD. Land Co. j|, L. A. WILSON Ilprses are hoardedjigd well taken care ot.

submerged cars. was under the timber Transient\ fed ntjiny tim*
that identlilcatloa will have to be i and brick for 20
made by personal Inspection. All of An attempt wiM made to out the minutes, but. was taken out uninjured MANOFACTUKBR QIC WE SELL WOOD and deliver it to you o
first and second oars: asunder and lift I
the bodies are beIng embalmed.The a single oar out of the water but the Boots and Shoes I IOne ,
early morning trains brou.gbttnany cables broke the first. attempt and at Strong Effort to Apprehend. CAHPBELL'& MONROE

;persons, from hlladelphla aO the second the already twleed car ,, Coving ton, Ga., Oct. 20.-A strong Repairing. in AH Kinds of Leather
other points, who were anxious to effort Is being made to
lift the apprehend the Goods Neatly Done.Indian' ,
to ,
buckled The attempts
learn If a dear one had ,been swept to miscreants who several days ago turn- Block North of Bank West Palm Beach, FlorIda.JtU.F"UD.itWDUQQD & }

\ death( by the awful disaster. I coaches and all efforts were temporarily were directed abandoned toward ed loose a car loaded with gymnasium Tanned Buckskin '

Th!' wreok occurred at the drawbridge apparatus for Emory collage,) standing
getting the bodies of the victims out
which spans the thoroughfare,' It Is certainno on a spur' track of the Georgia railroad -, '- ---- ------ ---- ---- t t
of the wrecksge.when and Horsehide ShoeFOR
a small waterway about 1 mile .out- which In Its ,wild flight collided
more bodies are in the tangled and
Bide of this city just on the eastern twisted coach, they will be broken with an incoming freight train on the TENDER FEET ?
edge of the and directly! main line of the .
was : road. Injuring u v-
up-and pulled ashore. Olive St, North of New Jefferson Blo West Palm BeachCompany 4'
ttue to the draw falling to work prop General Manager'' W. W. Atterbury oral person and damaging propertyto ,

erly. .The; fishing schooner Sinbad Railroad the amount of several thousand dollars. _
of the Pensylvanla company
Which was recently wrecked off Win- A s.rlou@'' passenger wreck, en-
the line on
which company owns FOR SALEMy
ter Quarter Shoals light, a short dIs- which the accident occurred, is here talllhg perhaps the.loss of a number Trransf

tance from the Delaware breakwater of lives, was narrowly averted. .
but thus far has declined fo make a '
tad .d through, the draw I 'n
just pas statement placejiere known a. "CERES, 25
wth reference to the wreck. ...
bridge. A the schooner was enterIng ,
He Intimated) that a statement might Crow Injured In a Cotton Oln. acres, railroad rune through it; fronts on

the draw, the electric train haven be looked for later.Beileve Decatur Ala., Oct. 29.-AV.' A.Crowwbo Loxahotchee river opposite railroad station Stables and Yards Banyan Street, Near PoLnnettaTj3 ;
sight and started the >meadow
across 1 I. employed at the cotton ;at x room dwelling, two room packIng *

from the direction' of Pleaiantvtlie.Beforethe To Be Dead. gin of E, !It. Brown, Prlcevtll. met I| house, both old; most of land cleared -a3V iJ''aT '3k/")>" >" p pn
draw1 had Into position
swung Philadelphia Oct: 29.- Mlse Mar- with a serious accldoll.t'. while at his ; five acres pineapples lu fine condItion f
the three oar, which were running of this city and Arnold A.Tedesoo work In the gin.: house. In some I ;
tha Hirsch, way fertilized l and good for 1,000 crates RELIABLE STABLES
tit a high rate of'speed, dashed a.New York, traveling loan Mr. Crow's, clothing became entangled next season;.prlce 13.bcO. Will exchangefor I.TUE .
the With a lurch the a friend of the Hirsch family, are believed In the shafting, connecting the gin ( West Palm Beach or Miami Im'proved -
and daahed cattotl'ses :
forward oar, left therail* i and lie whirled a
to be among the dead. Together was around the shaftIng -
Into the guardrail. toe other two time. All property.
Atlantto hie clothing
the couple started for many was _
care'follo..lni', At the point where City Sunday afternoon and they dId stripped from his body. Both bis i I HAL P. HARDIN a and 'C tTtI'iages A
the care
jumped the traok the tap of
'' Hot return last evening as planned. hips were broken and h. 'was Injured .
the trestle Is nearly SO feet blgh. The nor bas anything been heard from 'Internally but. he will, recover. JUPITER, FLA. ,

first two cars were Instantly sub them since P. Angrusof' a member.of :; For hire by the hour, day week or month. Freight unloaded _
merged but the third oarof the train
taught oa an abuttment and remaineduspended. the Royal Artillery nand who Is old 20,000 Aoree of Land. and delivered, ;Special. facilities for .moving tetvvy freight. j''

It was this car fromwhich reported among ,the o dead, la safe In Brunswick;: Oa,, Oot. S" -Bro\- 'Br Co. t'raneferred.
Oml'ibuB'and ueet train.
the McGinley $ : Stylish Carriages every Baggage
nearly all of the Injured es- this city. .He did not accompany eton, Fndlg a Co. sold'10,000( aore _

caped.. musicians Sunday, but loaned his'coatto of Florida timber land< to O. MoKin- { All orders receive prompt attention:

The the 'a member\ who was without a uni non & Bro. The purchase price was
news of disaster was quick
telegraphed' to this;city and la less form. The latter was drowned name and $100,009, The buyer will ereot'mills f Leave Orders for Our Carriages ;
was Identified Ahgruso, his and turpentine still and develop the
than an. 'sour the work. of r"o'ue had -
tegun. being la .the coat. property) on largs\ scale*. UNDERTAKERSHOANrp ,
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At tke time of'the accldept the 'tide 'TRAINLtAYE.1AACKt"- '- .., -- --" .. :!$- l __ _
'."hlch rises about 10 feef '.w s"rurl- Frlghtenld to Death.. CITY MEAT MARKET _

Fung in and the work of the divers New York, Oct. 29.-Antonio Spin EMBALMERS ;
Car Paaaen- _
end Five Jump-
VM necessarily slow. It was not un- Engine Shaken, But Not Hurt. oil, 20: year old( awaiting trial In the 'v T. A. PEASTER, Proprietor. ', J
\,111, several tour* later that the diversper. pen 'Tomb for killing a fellow countryman
ad Western teats (Game and .
Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 29.-An Florida .Eggs. t. ;
able to make any progress,, and the died Sunday night The;keprs .
then the awfulness o* the tragedy .bee eastbound passenger train on declare. the man. was frightened to Mall Order Receive Careful Attention. S'.',
Southern, ralrway, leaving Knoxvlllea Par tort OppotUf Masonic Tempt
cmn more When the two \
apparent c death
2 o'clock Sunday moraine, was Jefferbon I'
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;, ,"41! sifitck the_ .bo.it!>m 0.1 the..water, .: ; I

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paragraphs of |! east of town, left. Tuesday fur O"erti Id. WAN I'EDGood wholesome board r -
I Ido..n"n the RT.I Coast, w here they will and a room for mau Iud wif: for the
soon Il' joined hMi.. .Mi.rlt, ,end> l (fi'iiuly. wintei in piiviite. family In country or
Gooal l Interestf ( !Mrj-Muek, : recently Mtht his farm 'in hiM, sins iI! t"WIl. where conditions! are health SIRKIN CU .
I! county Htnl bought( : an orange )(wand Till mid where there in boating, fishing i I
I pinery near Ieerfii-Ul and l as soon" ns he and possibly limiting. Give full and ,
: r S a: SI I Inn. \ uf f StiiHit:; spent
Sunday the cl.w..} aaa) a !guest at call harvest 111" cup, mid settle up his complete particulars state price and send -_-___. .mh.. -..-.-.__--_-_._-. ___-_-.-_ .
-i The Palms bllsinesslffatrs here will move to b anew may of location or photographs
N. I' home.-Live!! Ojk Democrat. C. S. McMAHAN

1 from Mrs.Jupitc-i F C Atelier:Monday and morning little son and arrived reg I A note Iron Mr. Cbas. I. Cragm to Liberty, Indiana {OUR STRONG LINE
friends at Palm french states that lie and
istered at The Palms.
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his family will rear1! bere soon, probably '
Messrs. R. S. Garrison For Sale at a Bargain. Than Ever
andV. G. Oil- \ by the middle. of next week. This Stronger This Year-
p more, two prominent citizens of( ]Jensen, )ia several weeks earlier than they usually .Two horses, single and double wagon, lo- .I rr, ..w rill -
were guests nt The Palms Monday. j I come :Suctb:: and their litany friends one undercut surrey and 'bus. Call or
Mr. T. Newton Banner of Hobe i at Palm Beach will bt pleased to have address, Mrs Tiffany,.West Palm'Beach ,
Sound was among the guest at The j I them jolu the winter colony thus early. Via. I m The Kirschbaum Clothing I.Anthony's I.
Palms! Monday spending the day In the It will\ also be good! news to Mr. Cra llI's framed
Pictures BrotbeisCompany.
1 4 1 oily on bustiier*. / many friends to know that his'beati, at McGinley and Our Own Make -..-....
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Bingham arrived which has not been the best for the pee ,
this morning from FufFalo, N. Y,. I I I year is greatly Improved, and it is be Talking 'Machine and Records, al' Suits In the Latest Clothes
'and will occupy one of The Breakers lieved that the congenial. climate of /Palm; makes at' Idner &.Son's. tf
t'' cottages on the East Side during the Beach will completely restore him to .. .. and Fabrics at AREALWAYS
Styles '
season.MV. normal conditions CORRECT

and Mrs. W. P. Watson have I I Mr. A. B. CM well, now residing'in N. C. JONES $10 $'2.5D $15 and $$20SIleEs "
leased the
cozy little cottage: on Olive ,
Miami is in the
spending today !! city. They Are at tbe front of the clothing/:
street known us il.c: Sp.u i cottage, !and I Contractor and BuilderBuilding business on the East Coaet. First winter
t are planning to move iu this week. I shipment just in,- Blacks end Blues -*
Attention Musical Last Night.One t I suits in cut or
called to the new advertisement 1 \ of Doc:' s and Boatbouscs a two and three'piece any
of Mr. C. A. Woodruff, the I grada.
well known Poinsetta street and I of' Specialty i $24.00
grocery of the pleasant social events 1'. O.Box 411.
hardware merchant, which appears In1]the week was an informal musical entertainment
this issue of Tbe Tropical: Sun. at The Lnplnza last evening, West Palm Beach Fla. assort- I $22.50
I To
our large .
Mr. James Miller, of the firm of when, Mr*. Jackson. sang a number of '
Abrams & Miller will spend Saturday In I excellent selections and her daughters j
Delrcy, where he goes to attend to tbe rendered several cumbers on the piano ment of Shoes we have $16.50 "
shoeing of a number of horses aud otherwije .I and violin. Master Carl Garrett sang a Winter Home Site
+ attending to the wants of the firm scuttomeia catcLy lithe song, followed by Miss Eva I II add d the celebrated $12.00Anthony)
in that town. I Burkhardt, whose charming voice bas .

I' Plans are!! being completed for the erection I many times captivated West Palm Bench' FLORSHEIM SHOEFOR Bros.Beautiful
}, of a proposed $50,000 cement block' sn 'lences. Dire John Kelly also added .
I' much to the evening'sentertainment I I oo feet fronting ori lake!!, near town
I school building at West Palm Beach, MEN WHO CARl -
feet deep. Is crossed by Olive
Florida, and'contractors are Invited to with several musical selections. 1,350 --- -
I correspond with Guy I. Metcalf, secretary Among those present were Mrs. Jack street 750 feet from lake. Unfinished' i ""%, %%
: l'' Board of School son and two daughters, M>. and Mra. dwelling; wind mill and tank; place i Is S5 and 56 Per Pair
facturers Record. Trustees-Maoll"I M. W. Garret, Miss Isabella Garrett, piped and partly arranged for irrigationwith
Master Carl Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. LAV. statidpfpes; sewer pipe into lake;;; LotsIn
A pleasant? party of Burkhardt, Mrs. A. J Hill, Mrs. 'Neal complete bath room 'fixtures; with hot-
S eluding members of the faculty. of the of water; nice lawn and a great many fruit WEST PALM; BEACHFHBERBROS.
Miss\ Bibcock, and Messrs. Bryant, trees, all in beRrlnp. For a limited time
u city schools enjoyed a launch patty Maine, John Kelly, of Philadelphia, this place is offered at '4,250 oo Applyto .
t moonlight picnic last uifzbt. The ob. Suell and Sanderson, city. WALLACE R. MOSES West Palm The New Railway Addition
jectlve point ws the wrecked schooner, Beach Fla.
Sy James Judge!!, where delicious luncheon $

was spread, ,
l a the regular monthly business meetingof Eutaw Cotton, Ala.Goes, Oct.Up 29 In-Smoke A disastrous- To the City of West Palm Beach.

the Women's Christian Temperance fire ocurred here whlcn swept away 'onvenient to Brice, Ferry R ril.
Union will be held at the borne of Mrs. the eastern halt of the Planters"
.I road station and to the business
W. Broadwell on next!: Wednesday afternoon Warehouse and Commission Comp part
November 7th, at 3 o'clock A ny's warehouse, destroying property I of town. Prices Low and Terms.
of members is urged, as estimated at from 175,000 to $100,000. -
full attendance : '
SELL ONLY THE PUREST A discount will be allowed
there will be business of luiporta.ice. I j I The warehouse contained from 2,000to .,.Easy. good
3,000 bales of cotton1. About 250 for Cash
'ti who hns-been in the
Mr Sam 0 Fitts In
bales were stored the western side !
North aud Went for the past several GROCERIES MEaTS
and by herolo effort was saved. About
A months, is exp.-ctsd!: to return to his 500 bales on the platform adjoiningthe I For plats and full information apply to ,
borne in Miami the latter part of this warehouse were saved by cltlaenj ZAPF BLOCK, OPPOSITE FERRY
week. His tnaov friends in Dade county assisted by negroes returning< from WALLACE B. MOSES, $
will/ rejoice to learn that the condition church. Possibly only BOO baler are

of his health Is greatly improved.Mrs. I Insured. The origin; of the Ore Is unknown A Post Card Will Bring Our Order J\Ian\ : to Your Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.WestPalm .
but Is thought to have been
F. II. McCullougU and Miss Connie Beach Florida.
started by a spark from a passing: lo Door. Give Us a Trial $
Mock, daughterMr. and Mrs '
j' comotive. .... ..--"- -' --.-.- .- .
W. A. Mock, who live a few miles south- ""' ,.

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N D Patrons: of the paper are invited to look hero each week for bargains in real estate and houses for rent: f-i

1 t:,7 furnished or unfurnished,. X WE MEAN TO DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. WE PRO. _

r s:; 1\ POSE TO SPEND S5.OOO, IN ADVERTISING We will have two men soliciting buyers and ten

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

t will be open from eight o'clock in the morning until six-o'clock at night and we will be prepared to give you any. r'e

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

learn the lay of the land. WE WILL CONSIDER IT A_PLEASURE TffO THUS"SERVE YOU. A: Our (x

} Company will also' s{1,

; Insure Your Property yc X Make Abstracts % 2C X Negotiate Loans) .

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1 .ff'. If you' have money to Invest we will get you 8 per cent. on large loans and 10 per cent: on email loans, clear and give you mortgage; ; on property ",'f ";: ':'
B" worth twice the amount to secure you. :X:: If you want to borrow money we will obtain it for yon and be responsible for the repayment, providing: your "' -X'.;'+ iVS\;( fv?m >* E}

j security is good; in consideration of a small negotiation fef>. X To capitalists we will Bell winter homes and attend,to their property when they' are ;aT'ta; .1',. f,' e

not residing; lirejiatna carefully as they would attend to it themselves. X To workiDgmea aud all-the-year-round residents we will build and sell :I' '"-' : '"' I, ,; i
j homes on the-pu.vmeut of a small amount down and the balance of payments in amounts proportionate to rent; by this means :100,00 will 'buy ,-'' E)

you a home'the balance of the paymenta'will'! actually be that:: you would have to pay for.rent. '":' .' '' ( .,' e


H ; We Believe In The Future Of West Palm B ach.I'

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

a long enough we can get the market value for It and thus come. p.tw ole. X We want the citizens to V EJ

with us and the first thing we. would like would be to have every furnished l house in town: that Is for rent 6n our3st'? '

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