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: November 3, 1906
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Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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Tuesday's Election New Clerk toQualify Shall Dade HaveCriminal Industrious Japs Will

Will Be ImportantConstitutional at Once Court? Soon Incorporate "

As will be seen by the following from i
to the movement to establish
yesterday's issue of the Miami Morning
Amendment Relating to Everglades News, Dade county's newly elected clerk! a criminal court of record in and for Japanese Settlement Known As Yamato Eighteen

of the 'circuit court will qualify soon Dade county, a number of petitions! for '{' '
Drainage Will Be The, Most after the election next Tuesday: signatures are now being prepared. Miles South of West Palm Beach '

"As soon as possible after next Tues These petitions will be in circulation at
Question Is
Important Very Prosperous
day's election Mr. Z. T. Merritt, the 'the various polling places in the county ;

nominee for county clerk, will perfect next Tuesday during: the general election
Aside from the vote on the constitutional of what they justly declare to be an out- his bond and forward it to Tallahassee. for signatures, this being considered In the interest of securing a postofficc ly, may become a member on'probation."The ..

amendment, chief of which will rage on the white people of the county. As soon as it is approved and hi* commission the best and easiest manner of reaching to be known as "Yamato''," Mr. J. ;Sakal, officers of the association shall

be the amendment to the constitution "There are no negroes in the county is received he will enter upon the voters of the county. manager of the Yamato colony of Japa consist of a; manager, a secretary and a

relating to the drainage of the Ever- that have any property financial inter his duties as county clerk for Dade. If majority of the qualified electorsof nese, was in Jacksonville yesterday in treasurei.

glades, it Is evident that very little inter est in the outcome of the election on the II county. the county igu the petition favoring,, consultation with Postmaster! D. T. "The officers of the association, as authorized '

est will be manifested in the general drainage amendment, and the effort to "This procedure will require several; the establishment of such a tribunal, i a Gerow, and it is understood that the by this constitution, shall be

election which will be held in every precinct get thi-m to go to the polls and vote ona I days, but as soon as he is duly qualified bill prescribing for the creating aDd matter of giving this Florida colony a elected by ballot at the annual meeting;

in Florida next Tuesday. subject about which they cannot have i Mr. Merritt will take up his duties instead maintenance of the court will be draftedby postoffice of Its own will be taken up at to be held, in October.

This condition is largely dne to the the least Interest or the slightest knowledge !. I of assuming: them on January 1st, the committee appointed for thesame once with the postoflice departmentsaysthe "The manager shall preside and preserve 'j1

fact that there Is no ticket in opposition savors of a kind of demagoguery': as the law provides that he shall go into and presented to the nest Leglsla Times-Lrnion of yesterday.Mr. order at all meetings of the association 4;

to the regular nominees of the Demo- I that will not be permitted in Dade office as soon after the ejection as he ture for adoption as a law. Sakal Is enthusiastic regarding the and perform such other duties C ( ;

crane party chosen In the primaries last county. may qualify.. In connection with the: establishment colony, and is confident that the success as general association may require. w q ,

May and June, with the exception of "The negro has no Interest in the "Mr. Merritt states that Mrs. Dear of the said tribunal in Dade countywore that! has marked the progress of the colony "The secretary shall have charge of

State and Congressional candidates, election, and he would not pay i.ny attention born, the present olerk, will lose nothing has been received from Judge Minor S. since its establishment sixteen the internal affairs and assist the manager 1

which have been put up by the Socialists l- to it if some person did not have on this account, as be will pay over to Jones, at Titusvtlle, the prime mover in months ago is certain to follow It and shall keep all records of the 6f

some sinister object In inducing him to tier such sum as would be her due fromt the issue, to the effect that he has sees rough the remainder of its career. association '

InVest Palm Beach precinct, No 3, vote. le office up to January 1st. Governor Broward and secured from him And the success of the past has been "The treasurer shall keep all account l

the election will\ be held in the old fire "It Is intimated that both in "It has not yet been announced who the statement that he will appoint as almost phenomenal. of the association, and make reports of
hall building on Polnsetta street, and the this city and in West Palm Beach have will\ lie, Mr. Merritt's assistants in the officers of the court those persons nominated Yamnto la a colony made up wholly of the financial affairs of the association. j

Inspectors named-by the board of county been approached on the subject, but office but it Is probable that no material for the same in the primary, which Japanesejocqted, \;\ abouttwenty one miles "The general affairs of the association
commissioners are as follows: Inspectors I is to changes! in the clerical force will be made must be held after the bill creating the below Palm Beach. The Florida East be decided at a meeting of the members i
with what result It impossible as
R. E. Resler, II, T. Grant and C. certain. before the new year if then." court has become a law. Caast Railway Company) desiring to thereof. <

A. Lopez, clerk, Dwiglit A. Allen.It The following statement, setting forth help the colonists all that it coulde tab. "Regular meetings shall be held an-
Is very Important, however, that "Dade county does not want the negroto Hardware l the needs of a criminal court of record In lisped a regular station U'ere and all nually in October, end special meetings:; '
Interfere with elections in which ha
every qualified voter go to the polls and : Dade county, etc, bas been prepared trains, save the express traios.stop there. whenever deemed necersary. '
vote the entire ticket. This for many I has no Interest. : and is Issued to the public \by the com The chief industry of the colony is pineapple "To create a fund for the association

reasons A careful study should be madeof ALL SHOULD VOTE TUESDAY. To Increase CapitalAnother mittee having the preliminary move and fruit-raising, and in this line all members thereof shall assist in clear- '

the proponed constitutional amend- Another reason why there shoulu be a: ments In hand. : all have been universally successful. Ing two acres of pine lands, and In

ments, as the measure Is one of the most full vote cast at next Tuesday's electionIs Miami, Fla.,.Oct. 24, 1906. There are at present about fifty acres planting and cultivating pineapples on

sweeping that has ever been proponed given in the following communication evidence of the expansion of To the People of Dade County: set in pineapples alone, to say nothingof the same during the year, first beginning

to the suffrage of American people; Con- to The Tropical Sun from the Democratic the commercial Interests of West Palm This county has so grown and devel the acreage devoted to other fruits and in 1906.

serxatlve persons express the belief Executive Committee of the Second Beach Is the fact that the Hatchett-Da- oped that the circuit court Is unable to vegetables. The colony, through its "The general and special expenses of

wiLbout hesitation that Dade county will Congressional Distiict: Camara Hardware Company are planning disposeof its criminal business within management, helps the colonists disposeof the association shall be paid by the produce

poll a majority against the drainage Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 26, 1906. to increase tbtelr capital stock from the time alloted to it, and without taking its fruits and ices to it that. the product from the plneopple farm.

amendment.A To the Democrats of the Second District l35ooo to $100,000. np the time that is set apart for the of the several farms are marketedat "The disposal of the fund created

STARTLING STATEMENT : A meeting of the stockholders of the other counties of the circuit. the best prevailing \prices. and also of the product of the two acres (,

The Miami Record of last Saturday Bills are pending in Congress:: to cut company was held Thursday afternoon Some measure of relief for this conjes- Eight bouses have been built recently, cleared, shall be decided at a meeting of ) '

something of a sensation by down the representation of .Southern when this move was decided on. On the tin has become an Imperative necessity, and last week seven newcomers arrived the members of the association. '

piloting sprung the following which, if true, States, the Republicans who advocate third day of next month the Hatcbett- both on account of Dade county itself as from faraway Japan. Among the new "A violation of the constitution, or of 1

will be to the tax these bills claiming that the vote cast DaCamara Company will apply to the well as for the other counties of tbe circuit arrivals is a Japanese woman, and Mr. the by-laws, and any act dr acts contrary ,
a great injustice' payers
and Interests of Dade county: for congressmen:: Is out of proportion to Governor of Florida for an amendmentto that suffer on account of it. Sakai! stated yesterday that she was the to the spirit of a true Japanese; and any

"A.property C. Frost, an ardent antidrainageman the population. The Democratic candidate their charter, authorizing the above Criminal courts of record are the first Japanese woman to reach the colony act of damage to the association, or any t a Y

of Dania, has been making a trip for Congress from this district, Hon. Increase In authorized rapltal stock, also means provided for the Constitution of direct from the home country. member of the association, shall be expulsion

through the county in an attempt to ascertain Frank Clark, has little opposition and changing the name of the corporation to he State to dispose of tbe criminal business Progress and prosperity are said to be from membership in the association -

the feeling of the people of the the Committee has decided an active the "Lake Worth Mercantile Company." of counties where such relief maybe everywhere In evidence, and a* rapid and the one so found guilty shall !

to the constitutional amend speaking campaign': unnecessary. It is, The amendments proposed to the char- needed. They have been adoptedand growth for the colony is assured. Mr. PAY the amount of damages, to be esti

county ment to as be voted, for at the election next however, of the crenteit importance to ter will also broaden tbe privileges of are giving; satisfaction In most of the Sakai now has, an agent in Japan, and mated at a meeting of the members of fv iS

relating drainage."He the people that the largest pomnble vote the corporation, allowing the company larger counties of the state. through him the pick of 'Japanese the association."
Tuesday to
down this morning from be polled in every county of the District. to mauufacture, etc., and It is rumored Much of the business that takes up the agriculturists are being sent to Florida. The proposed constitution, as snmmar-
Del where he has been spending that aa soon as the new charter is obtained time and expensive machinery of tbe The colony is intensely patriotic and is zed above, has met with the most '

several ray, and brings a remarkable Your Committee takes this method of the firm will carry other lines in circuit court is such as could be disposedof working in every way to advance the hearty and unrestricted approval of the
urging every Democrat not only to cast addition to their already comprehensive by the easier and quicker workings of general welfare of the state, which all business men in all Florida. The plan ,

story"Mr. Frost states that some of the his own vote on election day, but to see line of hardware and building material. the Criminal court of record. have adopted for their future home. of the colony has been almost universally -

s I much agitated that every other Democrat in each elec- The Hatchett Camara Hardware It is the only means by which the relief Mr. Saksi will visit St. Augustine to- endorsed, and in carrying It through t
leading citizens of are :
the discovery Defray\ at that place tion precinct come to the polls. It is Company is known the length of the sought can be had, because it is the day, returning to Yamato tomorrow. I Mr. Sakal has the assistance and co-ope 4, p
that have only in this'way can the State of Florida East Coast as one of the Cottage City's only way provided by law for that purpose Steps are now being takeu looking to, ration of such well known business menas

been some one or active more canvatvamong persons best protect Itself from the cutting down most Important business houses, and it and while it has some features that the incorporation of the colony. under' Capt. C. E. Garner, president of the .fl'' t

the making of an enlisting them in of its representatives should any of these Is a foregone conclusion that, with increased may be objectionable and which we hope the name of the Yamato Colony Association Jacksonville Board of Trade, and other
lavorof negroes bills be passed by Congress.P. capital and enlarged privilegestheir may be eliminated yet the great devel. which Is to bave its principal officeat J I Jacksonville citizens; equally as pro. ii
the drainage proposition.)
"An is made to'ascertain A. HOLT, importance,, ,will be in keepingwith opulent and growth; of the county has Yamato, Dade county, Florida. nent.Mr. '
just who the white being man or men are that Chairman Second District, the development of their home city. made Its necessity so powerful and acute, That the interests of the entire state of I Sakai, highly pleased with the ; r

ave been engaged In thl work, andjt Congressional Committee. and so plain, that in our | udgmeot we Florida are really at heart with the colonists : almost phenomenal success that has "

is hoped by the people there* that they JESSE E. BURTZ Quarantine Has feel whatever objections there may be tot is shown by the tact that theobjectof marked the progress of the colony darIng P'

will be able to unearth the perpetrators Secretary. they- are so slight in comparison- to its the colony, as set forth In the pro the past sixteen months, is very '
growing and Increasing necessity, that posed petition for Incorporation, is as optimistic as to tbe future and believes }

The weather has been rather warm for Been Removed i they should not be permitted to stand in follows: that Yamato is to be, in tbe near future,
Florida ProductsNew I the way. "The object of this association shall one of tbe big factors In tbe general development
I eggplant, choice selling :9.30.
Okra has met with fair sale, prices Quarantine restrictions against travel This feature has come up'' before when be to encourage; and develop the spiiit of Florida. f j'
There ia still It.necessity not and of colonization our people of Japan Worn.in the interest of Yamato Is '
York, Oct. 31.- 'ranging: from 3.50 to 3.50. There is from Cuba to Florida ports are now re. was so compelling among going .
Immediate and when it toward the United States, to build on with a will. The special agent in a
considerable complaint about the qualIty active Inquiry for tomatoes, the only moved ,and passengers can travel bock as now, was op. _
cJds and ends without pOlled> for reasons that no longer exist. ip our ideal colony and to inculcate the Japan Is seeing to it that only the best r
and forth
of grapefruit and oranges coming stock coming being some undergoing any of the
from Florida. The. fruit In many InUnces from Jersey, and small lots from Cali- nconveniences !of quarantine detention.The At a bar.meeting called by the judgeof highest orinclples and honor us a Japanese class of Japanese immigrants are sent to
the circuit and and local Florida, and as far as desirable
court attended by most colony; to study improve securing
is be in fornia. Peninsula and Occidental Steam.
too and baa to put
green of the attorneys of the county, it was farm' work, and to introduce Japanese settlers for this state, this colony and its ,
hot rooms for coloring. Receipts this ship Compiny's headquarter in Jackf on
U. D. C. Meeting MondayThe vllle notlfiedye&terda unanimously agreed that the county had Industries which we can adapt to the manager Is doing more than any other c ;; l
week have not been heavy but with the ,. was officially that
'lock unattractive, the fruit has not be surgeon general of the United StatesTepartmentot reached that stage ;where such a court place and which may tend to advance plan that has yet been put in operation.
bas become an absolute necessity, and it the Industries of Florida and to secure
of the
Public Health
meeting : and
taken so readily by buyers.. There regular monthly "
Service at the Methodist
also further and made the mutual benefit Special
was agreed
h Gordon Unit tine Hospital Service had issued orders
s fair demand for good fruit, but for Fanny Haralson Chapter,
beats and foundation of the movement In treating of membership etc., the Church.
green and sour stuff the sale is slow. ed Daughter of the Confederacy, will directing that effective today, NovemberI
November restriction. that the selection cf Its officers was to be proposed petition for charter says:
Quotations Florida from be held Monday afternoon, quarantine between I
on range left to tbe people of tbe county by a pil-( "The association Is Incorporated by,: Tomorrow Is our annual Missionary t
Chat. B. Ken and Florida
of Cuba would be
$i'25 to $a for lots, and $2.15 tot 5tb at the home Mrs. ports re-
average to be moved. mary and not by appointment or favor, the Japanese and the members mast be Rally Day, and the exercises will be in a
> All members are urged
.J for choice fruit. At auction a dall.
ripe thereby removing the greatest opposl- of the Japanese nation. 'I large; measure carried out by the chil q
will be news'to
lot of Indian Rivers sold present. Mrs. W. P. Hatcbett, Sec'y.Mrs. This good a numberof
to $
at f MO a.50.Orapefra't "
Pres. who have been action that it. has heretofore beem made "Any Japanese who settles, permanently -,, dren. A nice program baa been arranged
F. B. Everett people planning a trip
is moving well when fancy. it.Having. its suburbs and tbe children will recite and
to Cuba, but who were detet red from against on, Yamato or may i sing,
Fancy sells to of the (
up $4, but most of the shown Its Imperative and,In- become> a member of this association by I bear their respective' parts. There will
Sale lots A New Departure.To stating on account quarantine restrictions
range $a to f 3.50. Some which only allowed Immune creasing necessity and that many of its signing the contracts and agreeing to be i also be a few five-minute; addresses by
old ,
at auction Tuesday brought $a.50 my stock of hardware, groceries, heretofore objectionable features have governed by the constitution and roles Professor James and other., on child life gr
*$2.87. A good many ,Jamaica, Porto hay, grain and feed, I hue added the passengers to ,be brought Florida from Cuba. onveesela been removed, we trust that the people of the association 'upon payment of the and our responsibility to the nations of .1
Rico and Mexican and brands of fertilizers.Mapes' touching< at pons.Mrs. '
oranges grapc- two well known
of the county will cooperate'wltb" us in initiation fee. earth. V

frait are being sold, receipts of Porto Fertilsers and the Sanders' Mary Hone returned the first of heir efforts to procure Its benefits! '"Any Japanese who ahaU start work Sabbath school will b* held, a* usual '

Rico:: being especiallo /. Fertilizer Go's products. !C C.; A.. Wood- the week, from England, where she Minor S.Junes, and,want the.assistance,of the,assocla- from 10 to xi o'clock. Then we will devote >'

liberal Pllles are weaker, the offerings being ruff.;'eorner Polnsetta! and Banyan streets. spent the summer: with relatives and "' A. H.Heyser, lon! but does. 'not declare has intentions one boar to this special se4'vice.All, yare

** The demand Is only moderate; Furnished or unfurnished cottage for friends. She Is occupying her home at W,W. Erwin, to permanently"settle on, the,, place or invited. -
sell at a.jo: to tjs; i3s at 3.50; 44* at rent. McGluley Brothers Co. tf. the corner of Olive and Bvernla street Committee.. does not conduct business Independent- REV, HENRY?HICS, Putor.pdugr 1,
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t' t J \ Villn;; \IH lii'll'M ",1",<'ll Hint 1" ill tin "t allniil
r Drugs Stationery
Plonxr Paper of Dad County. Florida. iln''rti'n' the 1 (litiilt (Cotiil. ill Made, I ,
(Joe sty, riiirlda. hi 11 (rates wJnTiln HunlioA. <
--=----=--- by one' our families are coming I i
ClilllliiRMwnrtli" ct nl., "re loniplnltiiintB,
Pabllabed Every "Wednemlay Saturday back from visits to friends or re Bin in
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Perfumery Candy and I'i'tor' \V King, .r nl are rrepandonta)i
AT wear HAI M aaADN.- 0"011 COUNTY.FLORID' mountain resorts. Mrs.\ Woodward, hull otftii'for sale halorft the trout door of
= = from Plttsburg; Mr. and Mri. Thomas, f the Court: ,illoune of Dado County at Miami ,
eUB6l'u1PTIUN' : 1'ltICE 'a.OO PElt YEAR. from Boston, Masn,, and Mr. And Mrs. Plorlcln between I the bourn of 11 o'cluoli, a.
Sodawater ,and 2 oVIoik p. in., on the nth day of t
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Asheville N. C.
Kltchlng, from near .
\ November. A, O. ittOd tin" following dewirlbd ;
Tropical Sun Ptuilisbing Comp'y, Mr. Kitchiaa! came here from England laud located In Dmlo County. FlorliTu.1" < fie
last winter, and after pending this (ginning at a point on the Suction lino botwecn -
and Toilet ArticlesThe
CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager.Bntered
winter with relatives here will return to !Suctions! Twentyone(111): ) and Twenty
-- Two (22)( / Three hundred end Seventy!' (87o)
at the pomcffice of West P.im Beach his old home. feet Ninth.. of tho Boutliwiwt corner irl Lot 1 The Great White Line
M Meconct-claM matter. Mr. C. H. forks, from Seven Springs, finest line of each in town Three ((8) Section Twenty Two ((32): Township I
N. C., spent several days with relativesin | Forty Five((o41S) South of Itntigo Forty ". '.. '" -'- -.''* i '
Stuart last week. and us soon aa we move into our Throe ((4X, ) Eimt and at the, Northwest nor I
CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. Der ot the tract deeded by Cecil Urtcm to To OWKI' a BU CK'S Stove or range Is to ep-
i' Miss Mary Rowley, of West Palm new stand we will open up a Lou!. Grlflln: thence East' along the North,
and scientific know Boundary Maid tract Fourteen Huinlii. Experience ( Beach Is her friend Jits. many
large! line of fancy Christmas I Fifty Two <14-fi2) feet to the, wnterV ,-o of
ledge both speak in the calculation Lane. Lnliu Worth;'1'hollce North lilonit the "+'or'a The oven, with white enamel lining to'doors
goods This line baa been selected
i of Engineer Van Duxer, when Our primary teacher, Misn Nelson, la for, those who send- edge to. a point Three near Hundred the shore and, thence Thirty W(ca.':.,t")Four fee aqd' racks is, the rqost. sanitary feature\itre\ \

he taken" the data furnished liy the preparing for a very unique entertain usually titan Hundred Two end One-Half ((14OU5: ]) I world. It as easy to wash off and keep cleanas
Governor's staff and] shows that ment Halloween afternoon. away for their NICE presentsand foot along) the South lloundary of tin" land
diMHled by Cecil Upton to Noah U.Hnll to tbo8".tlon .a china dish
I each canal from tidewater to Lake The St. Lucie Yacht Club and the It Includes fine presents for Line between Sections Twent One

Okeecbobee would cost a million Christian Endeavor Society united for a the ladies and useful things for (21)) and. Twenty Two (221(: );thniico Suiitli. on
said Suction Line Thruo Hundred and Thl..tyH80) Hatchettr'DaCamara Hardware Co
picnic to the beach Wednesday. The
dollars and at the of
present ralo, ,
the men. ([ )feet to the poltinthi'RlnnlniT 'ontHIIII"1I
day was perfect, the cro.verv large
for Ten ((10) acres and. ((70| pirchoimore
progress, require twenty years ) Seventy
and the dinner the best of the US'/ ale Retailers of
many We are trying to give to our or lefii.. exclusive of' the right of \v'nyof
It is idle claim in
completion. to
big t / dinners prepared by our_ good wo: the Florida East Coast Railway."Hter
the light of theee figures that the men. Many enjoyed a plunge in old \trade the beet possible drug with all rlparlim. 'rl.;lit. acquired, d.....' In HARDWARE

whole work subsidary drains would j ocean, and others picked up sheila, service. equity or at. 'law. A, E.HEYSER. West Palm Beach, X X X. X X :c Florida

less than million dollar quite plenty since the storm. 81".1111 Master
cost ten
We have an elegant: soda _._
_'''''''"""""s''ffi"l' __
In Where will the Governor get the Oraifges and grapefruit here are getting /: fountain on the road, and when NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN -.. ---
t money? To saddle a debt like this ripe and soon shipping will\ begin. :$: THE TOWN OF 00000:0o.oooo- ,<>-0-0<>00o00.oo.onUItKUAIUJT'S
Pall pineapples are coming on all the it is eet up In our new hprne and DELRAY.To .
counties for the benefit of
on some
the qualified voters of the Fifth
time. West Falm BuackOct.,
the State would. be conQnoatioo-for we are ready to have our open- Election District of Dade County, Fla.: loco

+ the benefit of a railroad or railroads CURES CHILLSAN D FEVER. Ing day, wp" want the people of At a meeting of the citizens and.tax fifth
of Florida held this
payers Delray, LeTS PEOPLE
LI; wouU be robbery also-botb O. \V. Wirt, Nacogdochea, Texan: saIlia West Palm Beach to take pridein day of October 1906. It was decided to
submit the question of the incorporationof
4 forbidden by our constitution. daughter; Dad chilli and fever finding' : "We have .the best the Towb of Delray to the qualified

Such a condition would put South three years; he could not find anythinghat 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,
Florida Dade County at the next regular elec.
back the condition of
to a would help her till be used Herb- And we want to give you the tion to beheld< Tuesday. November 6th, just you try a can of PREMIER BAKED UEANS and you will surely

; f wilderness. ne. His wife will not keep house with beet service ,too. If can not 1906 enjoy a treat. They are In a 2 Ib. can and the price is 33; cents.-Do
The State's credit is but if you 1. S. SUNDYJ.
s good, out it, and cannot say too much for it.'
B. RICE not think of the price but of the beans; They certainly are delicious.We .
,w : the State-endorses the paper, the 500. Sold by A. G. Riejjel. find the kind of drug which you F. E. FENNO. ) ,

X State would do better. to loan those want in the town, come to us Citizens'( Committee have a three lb. tin of beans that we can sell at 15 cents, but it

counties the money and collect the Legal Papers Filed. and we will order it for you. DeWItt's :K SalvoFor Is case of quantity instead ol quality.' A\tho\ they are, very good and
To be able do this will
interest for its vve
own treasury.
Piles Burns. Sores. please many people but if you enjoy baked beans, take our advice,
How will the Governor get the have to have! a large .obare of
Bill of sale P. W. king Charlotte "
to NOTICE. drop the extra pickle and try the Premier Brand. They really are top
money? Ills plan to drain and sell Tiftii'ny for $1,400, various horses, carriages your trade and then we, will
make it In Countj Judge's Court Probate Jurisdiction notch in the wry of goodness.By < .
and drain again is absurd-no- land harness, etc. promise to pay you.

drained will be safe till the workis Deeds-F. E. C. Railway Co. to Char. Very truly, Dade County, State of Florida, the way, there is a guarantee of purity ROCS with every packageof
lotte for lot bloc lu the matter of the Estate of) .
Tiffany 28
"700 I, ,
complete, and to wait is to lose Broadwell Moore Patience P. Ward, deceased.) Premier Goods.
Clow's addition to West Palm Beach. Notice is given that the
hereby on
all the work done. In one season Mortgage deed-Charlotte Tiffany to Druggists seventh day of January, JD.. 1907, ]I .
of waiting any canal in the Everglades Dade County State Bank for $::1.000. lotI shall present my accounts for final set L. W. BURKHARDT FINEST GROCERIES

would be filled.If block '28, Clow's addition, West Palm Jefferson Block tlement and apply for my discharge:
Wept Palm Beach, Florida as executrix: of the Estate and of the
tile Governor really contem- Beach. Last Will and Testament of Patirnce o-o-o-o-O-o-o-O-O-O-Oi<>-O-O<>- '0.0.OQ'ODon't
P. Ward deceased to the County ,
plates doing the work he must
Judge,'at Miami Dade County, Florida.
have a plan for getting the means Dated June 30th, A. D. 1906 jji.I. ; .
tale of horror was told by marks of Victoria Adelaide Root.
In the absence of anything yet human blood in the home of J. W. Wil- NOTICE! Executrix of the Last Will and Testament g
shown in the of know. of Patience P. Ward deceased.
us shape\ liams, a well known merchant of Bae, 'Fail
Notice.:: Is hereby given that on the :loth H. Pierre Branning
and it is unreasonableto
ledge money, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years ago I for Ec cuirlx.
day of November, A. D., 1906, at 10 ttoraey ;
suppose that he hopes to finish bad severe hemorrhages of the lungs, o'clock; a. m., a meeting of tHe alock-
the and was near death when I began taking holders of the Lincoln Land Company OF APPLICATION FOR
( Job. Dr. King's New Discovery. It completely will be held at tbe office of the Companyat NOTICE. PERMITTo I
What then? Under the law he cured me and I have remained well Went Palm Bench Florida to vote
ever since" It cures Hemorrhages, upon a proposal to. increase the capital
asks from lie could build
us up a Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis Block of said corporation from twenty. Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer. When you want anything in the house p
political machine in twenty yearsor and is the only known cure for five thousand dollars ($25,000.00):: ) to one furnishing line don't fail to to Mc-
Weak Lungs Every bottle go
guaranteedby hundred thousand dollars ($[loo.ooo.O'i)
in one .year be could build a all Druggists soc and $1,oo. Trial by issuing preferred stock of the par '. Ginley Bros. Go's Now Store opposite
I machine that would bojs us for bottles free. value of Heveuty-five thousand dollars Public= notice Is hereby given that the Masonic
r Temple, They have a
((175,000 oo). Beach Club has filed with the Board
i And since that Is
twenty years. This October 17 A. D. 1906. spick ana span new line of new furnish
all he could do, if he be a reason- Notice. C. C. Chilllufjwoitb of County Commissioners of Dade ings every stick of it fresh from the

able man, that's what he wants to Notice is hereby given that six: months I7-5t President. County In the State of Florida, Un the factory. As there entire stock was

do. It remains to be seen whetherwe after date of this notice,we shall presentour A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS application for a permit to sell liquors, }
purchased practically at one time and
accounts for final settlement and
wines and In Election
want him to do it under pre- is Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me., who beer DistrictNo. .. for which
apply for our discharge as executors of they paid cash, obtaining liberal /
3 of said County and State, for
has found Dr. King's New Life Pills to
tense of an impracticable, unnecessary I ;
the estate and last will
testament' be the best remedy she ever tried for tie fiscal year ending October 1st, discounts.They can save you
I and foolish proposition to of John II. Brelsford deceased, to the
keeping the Stomach, Liver and Bowelsin
County Judge at Miami Dade County, 1907 that such application will be money. Dont buy till you get their
drain the perfect You'll agree with herif '
Everglades.TimesUnion.What Florida. Dated June 3Oth, 1906. you try these painless purifiers tbat acted'on by the said Board of County I prices. -

E. M. Brelnford Infuse new life. Guaranteed by all drug Commissioners at their next regular

I Mary C. Brelsford. gists, Price 350 meeting, which will be held on theGth'
I was the reason 'way backin
day of November. 1900. at 10:00:
Broward's head, when he selected '

and. singled out- one railroad CITY MEAT MARKETT. and o'clock the in said the Board forenoon hereby of calls said upon day, I' We are after Your Furniture Business

upon which to heap his abuse and A. PEASTER, Proprietor. any citizen of such Election District

f misrepresentations? The Florida Florida *".d! Western '[pats Poultry, Game and Eggs. who may desire to do so, to show I

( East Coast railroad has never had Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention. cause, if any there be, at the said next ;. McGINLEY BROTHERS, COMP'Y'

the franchise emoluments and benefits Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEAOH regular meeting of said Board why

of other roads in Florida. Consequently such permit shall not be granted the In Their New Store Opposite Masonic
-----'-**WWWVkVWVV** applicant. ,
1 the people have not been I- By order of the Board of County Tempi

able to understand why the gover- I Commissioners of .. .
G. G. Strohm Company Dade County, FlorI I _,,: '(I :;.: '. : ;IJ: .;,";::,:;1;.
nor hag been so silent over the ida. v _

Louisville ifc Nashville, and other This the 2nd day of October, A. D. .N.NrNNNNNN..N.NN.NN..NN.N.N..N.

roads that have had all the pie. 1906. : 1i

What about that comprimise, gov- I FHMILY GROCERIES (Seal) A. K. Dearborn, : .AE RI1NIS & JVHIiliEJ 2
Clerk Board
County Commissioners.

ernor with ?the You Louisville know, the&compromise Nashville, Fancy Food ProductsGrain i By W. !r. Pope, Deputy Clerk. .::. Blacksmiths & Wheelwrights i i

that you have never up to this time Z
and Provisions. IY Vti! Horseshoeing and:
said a word in refutation of the I
General Repair Work
charge. It is currently discussed i

among the people, governor, that JFSRsoN; BLOCK :, Manufacture of Tools a Specialty :

I i' you must have something very : Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town Orders i
i binding npon you, and that you are West Palm Beach, Florida 4

t, practically In the service of some
Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach
J railroad In Florida, otherwise you ----.. I

would not so carefully avoid In- QRAFTED- .N.NNN.N.N.iN.N..NNNN.NNNN.N...N111111111111t11t11111li111191111t .

cluding it in your abuse of one BIIDDED, Mulgoba Mangoes

railroad. The people want to Largest Collection of Crotons (In the United States. Palms, Phyllan " " " ""r"'r"'f'r"r"'r"r"r"r" ,' /" "

know, governor, and as you are the thus, etc. All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock

only self-sacriflcing patriot struggling grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address A JJROP OF INK MAKES | Jle %
in the cause of the people, JOHN B BEACH. West Palm Beach. Florida MILLIONS THINK.It Fiece1
also writes check that that ,
tell them all about tbi -f! necessarygo pays ==

and master's .. & ..-.,.... a_____'_ ".'=M'.U'' .' _'n_ _.__"",," bill of yo'nrs. .3
get your permission Solicits YOUR Trade.
You may want to send money a dtatanc -
' f to say that you are not their C. A. WOODRUFF for various purposes The "dropof
authorized agent, and ,that you ink" and =3g

have permission to jump on them Dealer II) A BANK BALANCE IB We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate

jtisl Times-Union, as you do Short the Talks.East cOBlt.-1 Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed, Hardware, past at our current.bank make the check you send g Prices, put up by a Registered?

Granite Kitchen WareCrochery Your check, like 6nr bank, passes at S Pharmacist: '
the clearing house and Is stamped -
l DEVIL'S ISLAND TORTUREis Jugs and Harness '' -
O. Keep with r
an account as and *- -- -
no worse than the.terrible case of Piles II I FULL it will help you ID many way.,'
FISHING Try.otJr Cream ;;
. TACKLE Candy Soda and Ice
, + that afflicted me Jo;yearl. Then I was Have you opened a livings account ,;

advised to apply Bncklea't Arnica Salve. Mape's Fertilizers. Sanders Fertilizer yet? We pay 4 per cent on such ac .' ;:if

and'Iess than a box: permanently curexlme j Companys Fertilizers counts. A. 0. niEOELj,

writes L S. Napier, of-Ragles, Ky
t Heals all wounds, BuroaJandJSores like Qorper poi Qgetta aid Bagyar 17 Streets DADE COUNTY STATE BANKWeat Graduate New York tlege of Pharmacy

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Stock Lashed Negro -Who-Insulted a White: I

VIOLENT STORM Woman and Will Continue to Do So. DRESSGOODS

Rockmart. Ga. Nov.. 1.-Whllo :

-- Mrs. James Long,. of Rockmart, was r

Profits Was Accomianiod by Heavy driving along the public/ road she was
accosted by a negro named Hezekiah '

Falls of Scow. Green who insultingly ordered her : FOR FALL AND WINTER

can t lie greatly increased by firing horse to stop.and escaped.A Mrs. Long. whipped up her .

pedal care to the health of every DAMAGE w'lLL I
BE ENORMOUS. number of good citizens, both

animal Sick poultry and fowl.sheep. on the,cattle farm., hogs, for white a reckoning.!and black, A called Jury was Upon empan-Green Our Fall and Winter. stock of Dress Goods has just arrived and ,

horses, etc., dend! on their livers Nice Suffered Moat Severely, the Fa. eled, composed of two whites and we are prepared to offer our trade some attractive prices in Staple ;

to keep the. wall.'BlackDraught. moua Promenade Dea Anglais' Being three blacks, who after a fair trial anfl Novelty' goods. XC We would be pleased to show our complete -

Under Water a Foot Deep-Tidal decided that 26 lashes must be the assortment at any time and invite,'-you to call and see thes '

Wave at Toulon. 1 on>uulshm by Charley

ParUv Nov. 1.-A violent storm has citizen .
Ike Young, Uriah Tolbut and old
and iwejxt( over the south fit France, accompanied "Uncle Graves" and Charley Newman Broadcloth: 50 Incb ; Brown, Navy, Black Panama 42 and 50 Inch Gray and Black.
Stock Poultry by heavy falls ot snow on .,
the coast and a tltdal wave at Ton- are the negroes who propose to protect and\ gray. PI'.lce' Price

Medicine Ion, which prevents Admiral Tou- tho white women of their corn* -

charda'\ squadron from coaling. munlty. .
I These,. have assured the $1.25-$1.50 $1.00--$1.25
negro men
keeps their livers working and Many small craft were torn! from
therefore keeps them well. their anchorages and were wrecked Rockmart people that -they will ''be> >

Black-Draught: Stock and Poultry and the Quays! were flooded. I glad to look after the matter if whIte -
Medicine is a pure, natural ladles are' Insulted In their communlt- '
vegetable: blood purifier, and acts Nice promenade suffered moat lea severely Anglals,and the the famous t ty. Their conduct Is generally com- Brilliantine audMoliatr, 38, 42 and A4 inch. Henrietta ; 38 and 42 Inch. Black, White i

and Ity nguUttnc bowels. the stomach, liver neighboring streets being under wa- mended by the white people of Rock- Brown, lime\\ Black and White ; Prices and Gray Price

It prevents and cures Hog Cholera ter a foot deep. mart. 1

Chicken Cholera Colic DIs- The shops there were so badly 60C. 7SC. $$1.00 $$1.25 4 Oe. 'and 50c.
Sent Workhouse. '
temper Coughs, Colds] Constipation flooded that the contents of some of Collegians to '
Fever, Loss of Appetite, them were totally destroyed.It Lexington, Ky. Nov.) 1.-li'lve: col-> I ; ,
Wasting Away, and all the common leglans who Indulged too vigorously
stock 4Ise...< t It Is a perfect medicine for general sustained' will amount to an enormous ...
were sent to the workhouse Thursdayto Price Price ,
I fan use. Try it. sum.
await their trial. All are cadets

of the state college !battalion, and
} Jr Destroyed Jetties at St. Raphael 75e. $1.OO $1.25
they will In the workhouse until
lrfcc 25c for a large can, at St. Raphael France; Nov. 1.-Tho: stay
will be trialon
Friday, when they put on
all druggist and dealers storm which swept over the south of
charges of breach of the peace by ---- -- -- -- ----- -
France destroyed the jetties here and
carried away a ''bridge, the* waves assaulting officers In tire general riot Danish Cloth ; All Colors. l Price' New.D .ne,36 inch. All Colors. Price 1p.25c .
last night, when the patrolmen triedto
breaking about 150 yards Inland. '
stop dlostrouff Hallow'een pranks.
Three small steamers any many nail-
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. The students beat up the officers pret- 25e. :
lug vessels were wrecked but there
was no loss ot life. ty badly and several shots were fired. .
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Today they would not give bond, and
LAW. .
they all were sent to the workhouse.
Blaokstock Given 12 Morvths. .
Swlgert and Veal are lieutenants of
rC.. GIULLINQWOltTll Atlanta, Nov. 1.-doo. W. Black-
stock, alias "Crlp" Dlackstock, was the battalion. .BR1J\NNING\ BROSa sll

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Wednesday sentenced to 12 'months i.
British Steamer On Fire.
with thIS privilege of paying a $300
Wcst Palm Kencli }'IB.Glm. Quoenatown No. 1.-The British "
steamer Veclamore from Baltimore, :!
criminal division
court on a charge
O. CUKllIE Oct. 20. for Liverpool, passed: Kins-
ot attacking Mottle Adams a. negro .
ale Head Thursday morning and sig- PALM BEACH FLit
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law woman, on Peters street, on the nightof ,
nalled that she saw the British steamer -
the riot. The Jury had found .
Nemea abandoned and on fire In
Ulackstock guilty of'OBsault with Intent -
latitude 61 north, and longitude 15
to murder, but had offered a rec- .
IT 1'. BRAN: NING. west. The crew of the Nemea, with
ommendatlon. For this reason the
the exception of two men who were
court sentenced him-tor a misdemeanor. -
Attorney and Counaellor-tit-Lafr lost, were taken on board the Vedamore. -
Blackstoolc indicted jointly
(OlUco over Dunk was The British steamer Sylca-
with Herbert Talley, the latter giving 1 +
WEST, PALM BEACH, FLA nla, from Boston Liverpool, has I
ball for his appearance. Blackatock.In Sun Pub Co.I
reported subsequently seeing the Ne- Tropical
lieu of ball, was held in Jail pending -
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL his trial. mea on fire In about the same position
or about 200 miles oft the Irish coast. ,

II C. JItOD, M. D. Escaped from Siberia.St. 1 15M
Petersburg Nov. l.-r-Gerschu- Battleship Plans Submitted.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Nov. 1. Pinna for the
Washington, -
nln, one of the most famous terroristsand
Dill,.. oror Potter'H, bleyclo tore. "WEST bead of their fighting organization proposed) glnnt battleship wore submit-
PALM DEAOII. Rcdltlenca near Royal
ted to the secreta"y'of the navy on
PotncluDiv Hotfll, PALM UEACTI. 1MKB. during the Slptagulne and Phleve I
regimes has escaped from Siberia, Thursday by COUP rmotors who haveavailed

M. D. concealed In a water cask. Ills disappearance themselves of the opportunityto :
compete for the battleship. Very
hs a serious; menace to i iOa. iy
8-211-08: W EST PALM BEACH. FLA. personages whose lives the terroristsare little Is known of nay plane for the
ship, which It Is assumed will havea
now seeking as he Is a skilled
DENTAL of at leael I 20,000 tons.
displacement .
organizer and one of the most remark-
AH plans are to be submitted to congress a a a a a a
able men the revolution has produced. -
I>lt IL U.J\UCY\ 11.11..1.N.NEWltANOrs. which Is to pass on the navy :l
department's action. The vessel will
exclusive of and
cost armament armor -
Two Killed In Collision.
HTISJS $0,000,000.
Little Rock, Nov. 1.-Iron Mountain -

Office In Jefferson Block Train No. 202 leaving Little Rock HE merchant and
WR8T PALM BEACH FLORIDA for Memphis Tenn., at 2:20: this Girls Defended Father.

morning was wrecked In the Ar- Athens Ala.. Nov. 1.-During a I
with Quarrel at the home ef John Woodward {L no't
r\U. J. E.: LIDDY genta yards because of a collision does buy
1l a switch engine. < Guy A. Woodford a farmer 7 miles east of here. v

Dentist fireman, of Little Rock was Instantly Benjamin J. Roberts, an aged tenant, : ,

Office Flint door west of Dado County State killed, and Engineer A. II. Green was was!! frightfully cut about the face and : printing to sell again: ; it 1

Sank so badly hurt that he died at an early body by,Sam Woodward, the 18yearold .. :

'WEST PALM IACII!: FLORA 'hour today. No passengers were In- son of John Woodward. After ,
jured. cutting the old man", young Woodward r.: is part of their equipment

MONEY TO LOAN. secured bls pistol and began shootingand .

IF YOU HAVR PROPERTY THAT General Missionary Committee. two daughters of Roberts who '- ;
want to Improve and need I for doing business and
you moneyto
Buffalo, N. Y. Nov. 1.-Bishops were attempting to( take their fath ,.
>> do it with apply to Geo. G. CUI rte,
West Palm Beach. ot the Methodist Episcopal church er's part were seriously injured. Both

from all parts of the civilized world Wood wards have been arrested. is the only: part of the equipment '
met here Thursday Wit hthe ministersand

GEO. HASLEHURST & SON laymen constituting the general Cotton States Baseball! League. .
missionary committee of the church. Mobile, Ala., Nov. 1.-The annual that comes under the eye of interested -

The committee Is made up of eighty meeting ot tho Cotton States Baseball ,
Contractors and BuildersP. members. One ot the most Impor-r League has been called for Dec. 1, to '

O. BOX 304 tant actions will be the appropriationof be held In this city. It,Is expected ,, people out of their home '/t
$1,500,000 for missionary work. that a number,of cities that were In

the .league last year will forfeit their .
Geo. S. Haoker Son Fatal Hallow'een Celebration. franchises and new 'towns taken. In. city 1 ,.

Huntlngton, Va.W Nov. 1.-Harlow President C. B. Compton will be reelected *
Smith and Robert Riley were proba for this season, according to

bly fatally shot and George Whitley the predictions of the league mag- .
seriously wounded! while celobratlng nates. The season for next year will You Must Have Good Printing ;
1 1I 1Wu
Halloween at Bradrlck, 0., opposite begin In the-latter part of March. : We J Do That Kind of Printing ,

this city early Thursday, They were .,
bombarding an outhouse when a man Will Convene at Montgomery. '
with a shotgun appeared from behind Mobile Ala., Nor. 1.-The fourth \ ,\ GIVE US YOUR ORDER ,, "I' '. ,,

I It and fired at .them from a distance annual convention of the young Wo- "

ot only a few yards. man's Christian association of the gulf t ; \ .' '

states. will convene Friday afternoonat i '
Oil Warehouse Burned. Mongomcry Ala. More than a < The :Tropical Sun Publishing Co : '

Nov. 1.-Fire was dla- : ,
New York hundred and, fifty delegates from cities .
oovered on tie crude oil docks> of the and college of the four gulf states W IMOONPOIIAT.

M MANUFACTURERS' standard 011 company at Bayonne, N. will be la attendance Miss Emma ..' ..., ,"" Printing and Publishing ', .' T
Doors Sash J.."and In a short time one big: ware- Hays of.Chicago, national secretary,

house 200x150: feet was destroyed and will attend the cc tventton and will-ad- ., West Palm Beach. Fla. .

Blinds, Mouldings' another appeared to be going fast. dress the meeting next Sunday.. .!<,. '",
The docks are located on theKill von '
: section t .. "
-AND-- Kull and form an Important Congressman Hoar Unconscious. ", '

Building'Material, of the company's huge-plant. Worcester, Maa .. Nov.. 1.-Congressman \," ', :: ;1. f. '
Rookwood Hoar early on '

CHARLESTON, S. C. Dr. Pratt Killed by Train. Thursday morning was' unconsciousand : Cc.e ccfca tc. C ,aiCc,' C .ii'I I {.

k--' Largest Factory South.. Atlanta, Nov. 1.-Dr. N. A. Pratt was steadily; sinking It was ;.. ;, .."\ It,. ..
one of the most distinguished chemists I considered doubtful whether he could .. :
Send for,Prices.FOWLER mining, engineers and mineralogists UfO through Thursday

In the south died Wednesday! : w r

afternoon at 6i80.o'clock at the borne Conscript Defied Offlc..... .
of his son-la-law. J. S. Kennedy, In Saratov. Nov. 1.-81*hundred conscripts ; .
B S.MA'CHINE result of being struck' "
Decatur as who were summoned for>> ser- '.
by Georgia. railroad freight_ train vice appeared at headquarters singing r ai,

SHOP two hours\ ,before. revolutionary songs and defied the of-

ficers. Many of( the men were!arrest
ALL a AS KINDS'fHSINC-RfPAIRS LATHE and A SHAPfR SPECIALTY WORK Llabllltlo $181,781; Assets $90. ed by the officers:
of l.ffidgar D. Martin ,
Louisville West PalmBeat
GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES of the tobacco firm of II. M. Mar- Chln.ae"Warahlp Ashem. I hFla.rK

tin ft Con fled a petition In bank Shanghai, Nov. I.1-The Chinese
t FOR SALE ruptcy,today listing liabilities, oflst.7e1 'warship Chin Wa;Is ashore the ..- '!I' .
and assets ot $90, on-which
$ Assistant bas
of the river.
Near tike trance:
Ferry Lauding Front ,exemption Is claimed.. t te
to her.
boon seat

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; Your: Lady Friends Are Clothes Ci tiC&. More'Money Has Been Offend Than i We laVe Building JVIatemal

Was Needed. s i ii
OF DARING! ASCENT Atlanta Nov. J.-The subscription

4 for the auditorium and armory have i YOU I i EED) .IT i .
four / ,
I / now reached $854,000, "
'+ Balloon dollars more than was needed for the .
? tfr In Wild Clinging to,the capital stock and bonds of the* company

: rrf RcJpf's'I I whkfU is to build the edifice. i Can't We Get Together! ? i J

4 .y/_ t The list of subscriptions was completed -
when the various subcommittees

t I 1r4 V i \ d1t 6,000 FEET/ABOVE. THE, EARTH commerce made to a report Secretary at the Walter chamber G.of i EAST COAST LUMBER, AND-SUPPLY CO. f ii

In .P..ence.. ',of Thousands.. of PeopleAt Cooper. WEST PALM 'BEACH; FLORIDA *
: The committee of twenty-five will
Augusta Fair GrSund*, Not'ed meet Frldajs afternoon at 3:30 p. m. ...N.++*>......*.+..+.1...W.1.WW..*.1.1..>.t+..f*

'Aeronaut) L.o.ea Control of I Inflated I for the purpose of receiving the reports .
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1t } \a1'H' will be taken!! at once to buy a lot and Florida East Coast Railway

if I Augusta, Oa. Nov. 1.-Dr. Julian begin the work of erecting the pro '
1 'ti P. Thomas, of New York, made a posed building. local Time Card' No. 67. In Effect September 16, 190'' ..

;fJ., inost daring ascent here In his balloon The committees have done splendid SOUTHBOUND-RBAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RBAD tIP.No. .
''li'tllJ '" .... Nirvana. Owing to the location of work and the money needed has been .
J I ,V'.i. >>c -'" r- the fair ground, same distance dram raised within a few lays. 0.1". 99 N29 Dill, STATIONS. HDO'I,1.-1, Na e. i

_I !;'( ;, "e '" the> city, the bag had to be Inflated The list already published amountedto ( m 2tam) y................ eo .env .. ................ :ipm L 66aen D. ,1 i
some miles and It 1169,500 and the lists foot e 0111'''' II team .. .......-.. 80lltb J."k.oovllla..L. 7 IHp.o
Intended B
1 away was new up .. .. 47an
1 T IIpm 10 40a' .. ....81, Augn.tln..t......_... 6 ,
Ilr.jlu, to tow It to the grounds up the canal. 134,500 making the total $264,000. 11 Ilia" .. ..............".. II..U"Of'..........,......w 8811'lapin''' e4tau 74aau I
w tM # : The stream proved too narrow and the Now that the auditorium and 7Bepm '118/1&m .. ................K..lntk.. ................. 1120I'm 6811ao
armory Tin: 110m Tr"........._.......1'nTitk:................... d i j
661.m l hsaa
...'.. =' bag frequently Caught In trees. and have a public ball which 'Will amply 71Apm llll1am Lv...................Palatka............ ......Ar 6/fipm 6uan121pm
wan more or less damaged. hold the largest conventions and an Ar.................Ten i lol..teo..L. ... ..
OST women are. When you're In their society your personal When about a mile from the alotted armory which will house the local mil ............ "6 16em'Lv.................Sao Mateo .................Ar 92apm ...a..1Laa.......I
appearance comes under close scrutiny. Therefore attIre yourself gyp. ,! pm Lv.. ..................huiiTha...................'r 4alp'm""" & 81<....
reproach by having your wardrobe made to your own place of ascent :PT- Thomas decided itary. e 14pm 19 401'10 ................ 4 M1'm! 6 8oam
beyond 14Hpm ... ..Orn.d. .................. .. .
mountingInto The work of 1181'10
measures and special order by to try no longer, and selecting a lot will at 100'lpm Itpm! .. .................. Dayhma.. ................. S4ropm Il\6pm 6 44WIm oral. f
the the network he seated himself on once be taken up and the committeeOf 10 Spill 1801'10 ..........._....1'0" Omllllo................. Sar.pm. C nom
CI. Their model sanitary tailor-sho New York and 'Frisco are concentrated ring and cut twenty-five will appoint a siib-corur- 308apm t OOI.m Ar................NowSmyrnn................ III&pm 41aam
i admiration of all who l50e them. Mere the art of making good clothes the away 11 foam C Upm Ar ... .......... !nkoinlun............... .v 1 Uopri, 8 .
order Jar men thousand of miles away has attained a degree ot the entangled basked. He arose like mlttee of five to co-operate with a III111.m C &bp.n .. .a .Oranll.Glt: ,.... ............. .. lr tIpm 6 9Jpm,
to before dreamed of. In a few"S days from the time a. shot and traveled In a southwesterly similar committee from the city council. it cam B Wpm .Dr.ngo City.Jllllrtll)"........... .. 12 4Apm 6 rol'm'
perfection never overcoat is '0 crp", 10pm ................Ia Siivrna.&r. I Wrpa .
wish suit or 4 (If."m
1 you select the cloth and the style you your I direction to an estimated height of 11 l0pm t 40pm y.....,............nnk if 1Il..L. t Wpm ISH",
back from Taylor on your back 1 6,000 feet. 111111 "!. 6 1Spm_ Ar._ =............TI '''JU.................. .. t OI'l'm I r'!le"l
r i Not laving ballast he endeav- Denatured Alcohol. l ; r-:'!'BI-i m' ::r.w..a..._..... .bur iint.............;. l1/111am/ 6 '" _'
;TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL HIS TAILORING any e 80pm 11I&.m/ Lv..I HuVord.,..... ..........gAr 6I\Oj'\ ''' 11l (
) ored to lighten the ship by cutting on Washington, Nov. 1.-The department atpm 8 t6pm L v...........+......TYwev11. .................. V os,.n- "" I
We' how Samples and take measures his shoes, heavy leather legfftns, and of agriculture, through Dr. W. 12 slam a MpDo .. ................. .................L, l 1111'111 8 22tnm Wam
118: +0)0) Wpm .................ROCkledae................. ". :/
threw' away his coat and contents of T4. Wiley, chief of the bureau of 1 O4n 4 2:1pm: ............. ...N! '". C4allle................ 12471'I2/pm''' IIS"m 147" I
FINE LINE GENTS'rFURNISHlNGS his pocketa. The descent but c ''!misty has undertaken to educate 1 L9am IIUpm .................Mulbmun.................. ,. 12 B7pm 187.m'",
was 1 Siam II IUl'm ................. "Sebn"' .Unn ................. .. 62mm.
little checked and he plunged down the farmers regarding the manufactureof 24aam. II Wpm() ..................I't. !,u"..................... aeam .12 1200.8 alms j
8 00"10 e lmpm ..................l.'ort-I.I"r................. "
denatured alcohol. Two bulletins /shim
I. GORDOfl In the middle of a cotton field. II 80mm e 87pm ". .................1.lbb.dl.. .................. .. ..ii limn 111&1"/ "
Owing to his location In the rig! were t Issued Thursday! devoted to thedelcrlptlOR edam e 41 I'm ...................Eden..J......... ii.n: 1110l'm II
a 40mm 4ftpm ...............:... JenHCn.... ............... nwlm Jr'l'm'
Palm Beach. Fla L sing Dr. Thomas was unable to get of the sources by which a M..m. 867J.m ..................Rturt. ............,.....; 4. OO"m, 11 10 O'J"n! .
1 flerchant Tailor, West from under, and was submerged in industrial or denatured alcohol maybe 4 2omm T 28I.m .........._....Jlobot .40..10 4opm ........We.t dupltor.... ............ 1I111"m .
the( .folds of the bag when it struck obtained, the method of manufacture 1116ftJn 818pm .............W""tl.11II L'mah: ............ 8 4anm lo 0 Wpm
i .......... ....... ... ... B0pm'
and to some to what It 6 48wn 841pm noynhm .. .. .
then started uses tI :]them 9
the ground. It across maybe 6 6wtm 81101'''' .................ol'n" ..... .".........'.. 8 12nm:! B anpm
the field dragging Dr. Thomas nearly put a. well as statistics showing A 4tin. 114Ul'm .. ..............FortJ..ln'd..I". .............. 7 20,10, 7 691'm
vw 8 ......... ... ....... ..
the 67nm II 471)0) banla. ....... .
possibilities ia the 7 UlI\I11
a quarter of a mile !before he could development pf 7 (Sam. 0 IIHpm .. ...............llallandelo. ................. ". 7 01'.10' 760Im'
extricate himself He was badly In- the Industry. 7 SH..m 102lfl")" ............... Lemon City.......:'.. .. 6 411"m 781'pm
7 110oo. 109opm Ar...... .............Mh.ml,..... .. .;....LraB6om 71e p m
lured and lacerated but is not considered 8 IIOnm ........... .. ...._... .. kllnah.......;...;.... 1Ar .. .. ..... I Wj)
seriously hurt. Tries to Sober a Friend. 10 IIOum ............ALvi................ .'.. ..........._..?. ............ IJ BupmRnlret 'm
Rome Ga. Nov. 1.-A" white man
Dr. Thomas described It as the most
l'nlnr CRrI 00 t..ln.20 and< 78. DII''t'
train 00 and< 90.:
uEs trying ascent be has! yet made. He by the name of Norwick 'was arrestedby S Dnlly.xcept Suoday.

-sxo said the local difficulties were Insurmountable Policeman James Dempsey 'on a No. 11 -. .: -=
for making a regular ascension charge of throwing ammonia in the No.23eY 'unday No.21 Na,19 DRily. 11..18 No. 20 gn. 22
Dally Except'Y' BunJay i
N 4 and in order not to miss the eyes of >EJ. J. Good
:f4" opportunity he had, dared""t<5 go rip employed In the Southern yards In 200j;;;; 101Oam;'; 61opm-000nm; Ly..JnekmnvUio.. .......A' 74in.q i 2'r r-; ;; s'"pm; ,;;
mast t Rome Both men were Intoxicated 1081.01 10' .poem. 81NIn UBam" .....8<'utll .J.'k-.n..vIlJ..J.v' 71.1.n, 12 tni. j.
.4 without any car or apparatus, not .. ... .. > "
2 "opm \() WtlmIIII'ID/ 081mm' .. .I..hl. lynx, h........ 7 ''I6nm 11 /all 4''im'
"11 even having ballast. II* presented, and Norwich asserts that he was 24.m, 10 amm 6 Mpm) .1/. hllo .......ACnuly. ,' 1....'"'"....... 1 (aura It 41., nt In, I I" ,
;: a 1110am WOJem Ar.......... ..... I.n
a sorry appearance after the rough trying to sober Goodwin by pouring Wpm 10plll .MIIYpnrt. .. .L, e4baml II 81h'' .an.,

experience but he will' 1)e the ammonia on his head. The InJured 0
says recovered -
In a day or two. man was carried to Dr. Co*i'@

office for examination: but It is not-yet Close; Coooectlon; Made at Miami with $lesmhipe of the P.' ft 0.. S. S. 'CixnpnnT, '

iNOWRSADy,1 Killed by Train. known' If he is permanently injured or. Havana and Key West,,

Birmingham Ala. Nov. l.-Jnat not. SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUNO

before noon Thursday while B. F. Lv MIAMT ....11 .
Tntnilayi Satardaya 40pmAr I. nAVAWA.......Thuroday*..II ('!In'n
Fitzpatrick, a well known attorney of Kemp Killed by Timber Cart,\ LT KEY KEY WEST WEST..Wixlnonrtiiyi......Wedneviaye..S Hlindljl.' 1 Wpm Ar KEY w ;,,'r..... .biumtsva' H .. ,I,m

J ( this city, was on his way to the court Mount Vernon, Ga. Nov. 1.-Oo-: Aril A VAN A.........TUuudayi.. ...,.... 8 IIOllIn 80ain Ar LvKKYWPNT.Thuredav.llondnye,9kpm MIAMI: : .:. ..Frlday..j.ue..y.. .. 610pw:'; ,
I house with a client, he was. run pver I ate Kemp, the 20-year-old son of Jtoshua -
and killed on Twentieth street crossing Kemp of near Terrytown in Additional Salllnzs between Key West and Havana.

by the Boyless employees' train this county was run over by a tim; LvRETwm-MondayniMdnya. .. ., 8 BOpm .12 on.'a
: Af'114 V.4NA....Tuo,, : on the L. & N. R. R. The crossing ber cart add his skull crushed from! -| -
: flagman says that he flagged the the effects of which he died almost In- Trains. Discharge Passengers at Ship' .51<10. No 1'ratiKfers.Th ; ; ; :

: crossing and that FItzpatrick ran between utantly. Young Kemp was on thq -= =.,
ft Time Tahlea show the nmnv at whlnh train,mny Ixt expected lo.rrlvnnt and depart
4 him and the approaching raln timber wagon and fell from the loaf from the,ovoral itatlona' but their nrrlvnl or dnpartura*k the: tlmea stau-d: In not ifii,irnnlrud
nor It Ibis Company to bo held run pollFor .II!>loforany delj' i otany ooniHqmiui'i'arliil"lhur.ifrom.Four .
.---- in an effort to get;t across the track i timber while passing under some : -
ahead of the train He was knocked low-hanging limbs of trees and the Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARP) or Other information'SEE 1 :

9CLOOt ) 'Unzs =- down and horribly mangled. The deceased wheel of the timber cart passed over THE TICKET AGENT!*

was grandson. of Benjamin his skull, killing him almost iastae J. D. RAHNER. -Asst.' Oen'l pass Airt.. ST 'All I15Trp'- m 6
Fitzpatrick, who was governor of Alabama ly. .

fainting, paper ganging, Graining, 'Lam from 1841 to 1145, and was. a
member of one of the most prominent Railroads Need Laborer. .

nishing, aZsozninfng gad Glazing families In .the Btat';. ?Pan Francisco Calif. Nov. ,.-..*
The Southern Pacific wants", 8,000 I*
All Work rtr. Class eq4 Lea"o Your Order at J
; '
New Orleans Man Commits Suicide1. borers This is the stateiaant> of one

,! ail: New Orleans Nov. 1.-Walter P, Jf the local officials. Orders have
111 Jchrel.hiektor. lUielnhardt, 111 years old, disappeared just. come from Harriman to hasten
from home Tuesday night and since the development of the Pactflo! elope
then nothing ho! been heard of him Iln... Within the next' two years '- / '

until! :Wednesday night when his hat, over 925,000,000 will be spent in tho A" 1:1:
; coat and a 'note were round on the construction of lines on the Pacific

:: banks of the Mississippi. In the note coast by the Harriman system

.. Rhelnhardt aaked the finder to notify
his parents that bU 'body would be High Price for Whalebone.New .

Lqrzorida"Gcorgia"1Za ;; found In the Mississippi! just; behind York Nov. 1.-A London dispatch -

: j- : Atlantic Coast the Stranger, a naval tug. After says whalebone at $13,000 a ton

the police bad notified the parents of in tba prospective result of the failure i '.. a \C
Rhelnhardt of the finding of the note of the DavJ4 SJarlt and Greenland

r i amaZfrgfrtia .j and clothing, his family received a'' Whale .fisheries. Dundee, >whalers>
letter stating that the youn wan J had ,have! Just returned almost empty

decided to take his own. life because Banded. They report, that a hurricane.
1 Jforth. (3aroZina r -: South; aroZfna .: of unrequited love.Win :waled packed the seas wit / Ice, prevented

.. \ them from; reaching the fishing,
grounds. 4
Decided Victory. r f
The Great Highway of Travel From : Washington Nov. 1,-New Orleans t )

Mobile, Norfolk and other parts The Fir Was an Accident.: -. I

Florida-East, West, North South which are competing Panama canal Birmingham, Ala. Nov. 1.-The

!: freight shipments won a-decided coroner's' jury which has "been $Investigating
victory in changes made in the origin the recent disastrous boarding
{ : al draft of the canal contract made tiouafl are, nn* 9 hint< avnnnA, In which Sailings Each Week Between

To The East The Famous : public Thursday t>r direction of the ten white men were burned to death, JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK
: Isthmian canal 'commla lon. As the returned a verdict which. In effect,
: contract is that the men" Ceiling at Ch rl. ton, I.c., both .
'; qrzorida,. and WCDt Indian imit'cd originally was drawn-It provided came to their death way*
I that contractors supplies would by accident.! It was at first believed THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS HI THU 1 COASTWISE SERVICE

ba carried at half rate over the Pan- that the fire was of incendiary! origin
and ,;Jfs'1J) 1torlt. J2CPZOQSS ma railroad steamship line. One of THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND .AND SOLTJIIS1JN LINES

-- "'.- the changes 'announced today omits G.orge Ad, to Wed., Direct Service Between

this provision and throws the frelghtt New Tort, Nov 1.- EASTERN POINTS.
business open to all competing lines. Boston says anouncement was made'at
rl Calling at Cltarlnton both
To The West way
the office of
Henry W.
Savage Wednesday BEMI.WBltKI.V: 8 Al LINUS. ,
fi Duke's Nephew Held. night that George Ade. the Southbound .' .. From LewIs' Wharf, Boston
Jrl.ontg mcry ,Route and the ]ji'xic Tampa Fla. Nov. I.-Lawrence playwright 'and wits is engaged to( Northbound From foot of Catherine Street? Jacksonville

Duke claiming to b. a nephew of marry, Miss Helen Hale, a wealthy CLYDE. ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
via 91-tZanta Urodle L. Duke tobacco magnate, is college/ graduate who has sung In several :
Zyor, ... being, detained ''by the police here on Bavag operas I Between Jacksonville,and 3anford." -

account of cashing a check which was Stopping at Pilatka Astor, St> Francis, Bersstord (DeLand) and
Pullman Cars And Through Coaches On All TrainsAtlantic turned down.' The check was cashed 1,000 Worth of Diamond. Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River

by a local bank and was returned Montgomery, Ala Nov. 1.-Mrs. Steamer City of Jacksonville'
and JDuJcana been detained. Ha has **. ''M Bhchan .
had $40 and ".000 ppdinted to eell .< loll..*.' Leave. Jackeaelil.ltulmi. ;,.,Tcia..,Uy.n.l.t Thu r'..tayeS:20p.ml:
wired his uncle in New York
Coast Line mileage books good to askingfor worth of diamonds stolen. .
all Wednesday Itetnrnlne leave$.nlord.lIrourlay., Wed ....ln,* antI Frld""*,0:30 ft.in.
points via all trains as far east as WasJiinQton{ help, but bis uncle baa replied he the police caught Claude Dozier. -

and. as far west as $Louis, Cincinnati and New Is not responsible for the trouble and a negro boy, from whom they got Southbound Read down.i Sohodul. Northbound Heed a).

Orleans; rats $2 5';. the bank Is still Laving young: Duke the Jewels and part of the money) ,The Leave i 3 30 pm JACKSONVILLE!:'. ... ..... .,... ........Arrive I oo ..m

y' held. pane containing them was takes, rem ".. a46pm...... ..... .... ...... ......UTKA....... ...... ......,. ... ....IAe..oopm
CONSULT THB PURPLEIFOLDER: hr room. .................... ................. ASTORu... .. ?...:. .... .... .)..,.... ." Ijopmloopm
German Ship Wrecked Steamer. r M ,43o .m...... .......... ..... .KYFRANCIS. r ..... ,..... a
:!'ForJ full and detailed information regarding 0 tend,. Belgium Nor 1..-The Abolish export _. .... ..... ........ .. BKFJtSFOHD rates\ reservation schedules call Duty on Coat' Artivel3e.m.. ... ...............4..SANPURn .... '.... .. ..,, .. .. 930,0)TOedam. :\
Pullman on Teasel which collided with the German London Nov. 1.-'The abolition. .. ..,,...._......... y .tt. ?
eet or of ,:. .............RNTbntPRISne""s-J.4d....... 10nOm..!!
your agent write steamer Hermann, In the chan the export duty on coal, which became

FRANK V,DOYI.8YUN W.D. 8TARH nel Oct. 28, "sinking th Hermann and effective at midnight was the signal! General" '-Passenger- Ticket. Office.: 122 ..W.;'Bay Jacksonville
Dlntrlct euw.ns.r Afaitackeonvlll." Tr....p._.ABC drowning S3 of her crew. was the for the sailing Thursday morning) ot ... M.iRURMUrURNJr." .." .."..Use'..'ass... r *: \wn"-r 7 -,".....OTV'fc.5to.4" ;
I .. rim.f' German ship Peter Rlcluners. which coal laden vessels bound for for.lgnp W.4.WUPhII.: .. M1Prel '" C. : ,

r arrived at Pluslng Thursday, damagedand rts.. No less than 60 steamrs A. .....liAOtfTY: v Gem'; Ravi a YowM\"..'81..1...N.. ...Yaa'nVL; \eelnridn'. MiJAiEG.gtPv'/da4K.y.

...""' "' ""--"",,.-""- -._-""-_.._,,----. leaking. t'C'TTTl*...: .u, ., '(, left the Bristol channel alone,,.; THEO o. !M.OItt4 VIe.PHI"-" 1nd O..n'orlll M4 is el''.
r.. -...,.. ,. .-;: ... ...., ... Oenllt'.1 Unoa' PIer91, North {Liver. .Mew Xork >Mrsape"40)Broedwayu .. ;
.. .g ,1 ., :"" : 'J : "' : "":" : .. ., .' '" :./: '." > ', :..- ''i .
: ,, .. 'j; .' .'. ,. .. I'' d' ',' .' : -; : '' : '1' \ ;" .
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1ItANl'l'HD1Y: NOVhMltl-B :1:>, |IU/lrl/ ( .UK; : !' I\'K: '

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:: ------ ------ -- ---'- i
Church Services Tomorrow. I II ;, t

-- II I ( J/\y.\ ; j/C hi, JJO!

I : ,
Sunday school 10 a m. enlrf-ill.v L.-tCo.t d

i Preaching service u a. m, and 7:15: Hot and Cold Roths
: Electric Lights '
p. m. barge Cool (Rooms and cuisine the very h-m. Kites f per Uv vpeetal,. ) Rates by 4i
Junior Endeavor
Society 2:30: p. m. I Hoe1\; the week or month, Carnage run in couuo! tint with InuBto, .lni, from I ruins.MUH. a
.OMI (;1i Senior Endeavor Society 6:30: p. m. A. L. tlAUOH, i-ruprt.te..

p i Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday .

: 7:15: Pm.. Topic: "Christ in Ills own NOW OPEN

n ov y'Jiea i city.Ladles'" Mark Aid 6:1 Society: 6; Luke meets 41630.: with Mr, I 61(] e Pal fT5\ Fronting__ On_. Lake Worth

,laa Swearloger Thursday afternoon at 3:30.: AND BE HAPPY Large home like hotel, well appointed and beautifully located, giving the com- y t
rt A special invitation is extended to all I forts without the cost of the lore extensive ones. Situated on Lake Worth opposite ;
,\ t: I young men to attend the preaching service Royal Poiuclana-Ilotel. White waitresses, electric bells. Good fishing, hunting .-
'..... /. t. at the Congregational Church ou boating Rates $2.50 and $3, per day, special! rates bv the wtek.THIS 1
I r.bAKir r. AIMW, w..t m1m reach
Suuday evening at 7:15: o'clock. Mr.
t ( a
Waldo will speak upo'u "The Church SOLD AT

GPOWDER and. Rev.the Edwin Young A.Man.Waldo".\ Acting Pastor. Li a, PlazaOVERLOOKING: : LAKE WORTH I

Mal HOD 18T.
Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly Furnished Throughout Ratesare
school .
10 a. m 17" most moderate consistent with cleanlineR under the personal supervision of
Preaching service II a.: III, aud'-7:15-:* Mrs. E .A. Burkhardt' i

p. m. P O. Box! 2j8 Late of Atlantic City, N. I.I .
E Junior Epworth League on Friday W i )
rj 3:30: p. m. I ,

Absolutely Pure t4 I Rev. Henry IIice, Pastor.. t Mrs Parrish ,

A Cream of Tartar Powder I BAPTIST. ""' Poiieetta) CottageSeminole West Palm Beach

free from alum or phosphate Preaching at n a. m, and 7:30: p.. m. Why Not Give a Trial i Florida b !

acid Sunday school 10 a. III, Order To
k Centrally located, at Corner of Foincetta and Kvernia Streets. Rates $r.50
Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening -
HAS NO' SUBST!TUTEI I at 7:30.: to $:r.oo per day. f 10 oo per week.

Rev. Samuel Gibson, Pastor. a' \ t


will\ be resumed at this church +
Rates $2.00 and Up
:::;:.- on Sunday morning, Nov 4, at 11 o'clock.
TERM GIVEN TO WAL.KER. her un tile journey by giving her free
Lifl The rector, Rev. J. N. Mulford, and the GASOLINE and OIL
rides. GEO. ZAPF Protrietor
I Vicar, Rev. Charles Temple, will official ,
With Recommendation

to Mercy. Arrested on Riot Charge. CHRISTIAN SCIKNCR SJ;; VICKS. DELIVERYCARL Newly Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. Accommodations For ijo Guestm

Adams, Nov. 1.-Alax Walker, the Atlanta Nov. 1.-A telegram was First Church of Christ, Scientist West I t

I Biwrnsvllle negro who was put on,j received Wednesday evening ,by> Sheriff i Palm Beach, Florida, upstairs in Masonic p) !Now OPEN tI I

I I Mal morning In ,the charged superior! with court the Tuesday murder I h St.Nc'lnu Louis from to the the effect police that authoritiesof Lyden I Temple, west of bank ou, Clematis I (;:: Z S1Ttct 1-S ( .<< Ottct S CTwo blockse:

lot County Policeman Heard, was E. Fain had been arrested In that avenue. Q\ west of R.R. ;
Sunday services at zoo: a. m. MRS. C. F. CROSBY .
I fond guilty by the Jury, with a recommendation city. A man will be sent there 'to l I I Proprietress
I to mercy. Judge Roan bring the prisoner to Atlanta. Ha Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. KETTLER Everything up-to-dete. Table services unexcelled.> Rates. only. $1.00

I immediately' sentenced the negro to was indicted recently by the Fulton Testimonial experience meeting ,every Manager West Palm Beach, Fla.

lift imprisonment, and a motion for county grand Jury for being ImPllca.t-1 I Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. .
J Immediately filed by The subject of the leasou-sermou' next .-- ,
t new trial was i ed in the riot. On Sunday, ,
I bit attorneys. J. D. Kllpatrick. load- the night after the riot. It Is charged Sunday Is "Adam and Fallen Man." --- THE SEHGLE HOUSE

I lug counsel for the convicted negro, that Fain pushed a negro' man oft All are cordially invited to attend i

asserted that the case would be carried the sidewalk on North Pryor street, these. services. NOW OPEN"A

to the supreme court of the near the Marlon hotel, and shot him Factory.For Sale Home Away From Home"o

United States, should the,! state supreme In the hip. The day after he was Cleveland Chain less Bicycles, ftooo '

I court sustain the verdict of the indicted by the grand Jury and left while they last, at Cummiuga, Clematis oe oe ,:,di 1, r
trial court. the city
Bank I
avenue, opposite
CentrMly located and near 'i
in the case was con I
The evidence
Lake Worth.; Coo! ;
; ;y
immediately Cleveland Cbainlesa Bicycles, $40.00 -
cluded Wednesday morning Gen. Lea's Nephew Dead. rooms, \bust tab_
t after which J. D. Kllpatrick, Portland, Ore. Nov. t.-In a violent while they last, at Cummings, Clematis ce:PIE Victor Talking service ,
attorney for the negro moved the fit- of coughing shortly !before his avenue opposite Bank. 'H1II'' 1 1a 1eL
exclude all evidence that the I Ie. Machine is a regular RATES $a.oo per DAY
court to death at a local hospital, H. L>. Mills, Mr. Gus A. Muller, of Miami, has .
I officers acted In the official capacity. an Oregon pioneer of 1870, and nephew been spending several days in the cUyoa Sunshine Factory. ( Special Rates By The Week' tr t
I The act creating the o!ice of in- of General! Robert E. Lee, com- "
business. X There are no F. V. SEAOLE, Proprietor
of roads and bridges was specifically -
iptctor mander of the confederate army, raised ,
!! attacked t aa tHMJnstutlonal from his lungs a buckshot that ho! During the month ol October fifteen dull days when you

[ on toe ground that It was a specialand had carried In his body since the civil marriage licenses, twelve colored and
not a general law. and that the war when, as a member of the Fl three white, were issued by the county ; have one in your. home.

act con'ulned matter as to the appointment teenth New York engineer corps, be judge. The oldest male was 43: and fe. I Come and hear a few LUMBER AND' SHINGLES t

and salary of inspectors of fought against 'the army commanded male of while the .
roads and bridges not mentioned In by his mother's brother.. male 43 yearn was 19 and age female 16 years.youngest I songs by the great opera "i >rT\el\t'To AhyPaK of Tide State, Ai Inquiries! Solicited

the caption. starsi comic recitations
Judi. Roan held that the: act was More Money for Railway. Many friends in West Palm Beach of Low( t Prices-- .

general law and that it was constltutlona.1 Hong Kong, Nov. I.--The legislative Mrs A. Heyser, wife of Count) Judge and funny sayings 't 1,

| The negro stated that hew council has voted a further Installment lleyser, will be Interested to learn that M.cl1air Z Son Fernandina !
e a porter at the New Klmball: \ ho- of funds to the Canton Railway she has returned froui Jacksonville to ? Florida r
| tel and that he lived at Brownsville. tome
company. her in Miami and [Is greatly im- l
He admitted coming out of his house The Web of Venice.In proved health. She has ,been under
Then 'he In which Heard met The,Best Machine On Earth A
Venice one Is as if caught la an the care of a specialist in Jacksonville
I death, occurred, but declared that Immense network, or spider's web, for several weeks. I It t1lm Jm t1 u1 j
To See 'Its To Buy
la the offli -
Immediately recognized which, as one walks In Its midst, fteorna! tg
i ten! ind ran back in hia house, without I to tighten the closer about one. The During the month of October 203 1

| using a weapon, fearing that he streets narrow overhead, \push outward papers were filed for record in the county AT .
would be killed.Municipal I I with beams and stone balconies and clerk's office. Of the number 114 I WHEN YOU WANT I

!. many turning angles; seem to loosen were deeds of conveyance4o; mortgages; Lake Worth Produce Co. 'it,
Relief Committee.San their hold far a moment where a bridge 4 charters and tbe balance divided between I c

Francisco, Nov. 1.-A mass crosses a narrow canal between high then quit-claim deeds, contracts, !i Frebli Fruits and Produce Received } t A nice Buggy or Carriage to take! a drive .
walls and over dark water
Beting of city employees and frlend- agreements, satisfaction of mortgages:: yr A good Saddle Horse for a c1.oteor exercise!
numberintf, a-Nnit 8,000 in all, was tighten again in close lice where the Dally, i Bakers of Bread to Eat } .
held Wednesday night to effect an or- smells of the shops meet and fume etc. I } Goods Delivered or Hauling of !any !kind done, call on rTHE'
about one's face The limes are busy The attention of out-of-town reader '
tanlntlon to support the city admlnlitratlon. -
with men In rough clothes! and with of The Tropical Sun is called to the
made by
were women In shawls, bareheaded and with list of hotels'which
Abralara Reuf and others, attacking large appear regular.
tewapapero and individual engaged great soft bushes of heir, who come ly on another page sf this paper. The STABLE THAT
one another I .
!and go quietly slliu'Injc past
Tropical Sun makes a specialty of printIng
In -
uncovering alleged municipal scandals.
iu these narrow spaces, where there MANUFAUTDRKR: Of
The speakers alleged that the Is hardly room to pass, as the gondolas the local hotel directory, and the TREATS YOU RIGHT
attack upon the city administration slip past one another In the narrow leading hotels of the city can always he Boots and Shoes

Were inspired by the Citizens' Alliance canals. The road Is difficult to find found in these dolumns in season. Dogs, Guns and Guides furnished for Hunting Parties &

Resolutions were adopted declaring for a single wrong turning may lead Thursday marked the beginning; of Repairing in All Kinds of Leather We send drivers with If wish
yon you
'that graft existed In the distribution one to the other eud of Venice. This the open game season, and it is now Goods Neatly Done.
of relief funds. The permanent movement, the tangles of the way, the lawful to shoot deer, turkey and quail, Horses are boarded ,agd well taken care of

relief organization Is to be continual arresting of one's attention though:: the law makes the limit of twen Man TaMed Buckskin Transients fed at any time-

known us the Municipal Relief Committee by some window doorway or balcony ty'quail per day for hunters.. Several (# WC SELL WOOD and deliver it to you ''
of San Francisco, and ta pat- put a strain upon one's eyes and begin local sportsmen of West Palm Beacb and Horsehide Shoe
timed after Tammany Hall. after a time to tire and stupefy tile ,
brain. There Is no more bewilderingcity bad planned to spend the day in the FOR TENDER FEET CAI PBELL'& MONROE .1.
woods, but the stiff nor'easter
and as night comes on the bewilderment together
Plan Is Abandoned. Olive St. North of New Jefferson Blo I
grows almost disquieting. with,, the heavy downpour of rain made
New York Oct. 1.-A Berlin d1s- -Arthur Symons In SSr)bner's. shooting impossible. 3 One Block North of DankVest Palm Beach, Floridai 1lk
Jatch to the Times says the German

government has been Informed that
Extension operations are now being FOR SALEMy
(the plan to send It. 8, Stiles, of the LaM of the Aetatoeeate. pushed energetically at both Long and
Hutted States department of agrlcul- "Tho old French aristocracy dies with
lure to Germany as one of the AmerIcan me," cried the Princess de Valmont on Knights Keys, these places being dam place here known as "CERES," 13
aged the worst ID the-recent At
bitter old
experts who will try to find a her deathbed. She was a acres, railroad runs through It; fronts on
bails soul, who born of a long line of ua- Long Key the most of the work is confined I ro
for a commercial treaty, haa been Lozahatchee rlver opposite railroad station -
contaminated ancestors and marriedto to pier building, while at Knights
abandoned. Although.'th state department six two West Palm eachTransfers
; room dwelling room pack-
noblo of equally superfine strain Key i is la getting the dredges ready to !
of agriculture given another rea- lug house, both old most of land clear-
bad through her husband's! death In ;
resume digging. One of the dredge
IOn for the withdrawal of Stiles it Is :: ,
financial dlincultles, to marry her lIve ed; five acres pineapples in fine condition -
which was driven high the beach
up on ,
in Berlin that .Germany ex-
children to "abominable persons" of fertilized and good for 1,000 crates
Breaied opposition to his appointment.It is being dug out by the other dredges. Company
high character, but with the blight of Will
next season; price$3oco. exchangefor
hag fbis will have been done in ,
been Impossible to obtain confirmation In their blood her JB day or -
trado or industry West Palm Beach or Miami iirproveJ
of this report.. the dispatch last made mournful to her two Workmen arriving[ from there today ;
years were B. F. CARTER, Manager ,, '
lays, but government officials Intimate by this pitiful descent and Just before state that only two quarter-boats .

that :Mr. .Stllea' coming would ber grandiose last utterance, looking and not tbfee! as reported went adrift in HAL P. HARDIN Stables and Yards Banyan Street, Near Poinsetta w
lot have promoted the tariff negotiation with a bitter smile at her children and the storm' and were wrecked. There

). grandchildren In tears round her deathbed were three crews on the two boats how. JUPITER, FLA.

she broke silence in following ever"atld.U of the men, totaling about .. _. rTa ,}
"We have here, --- -- ---
Girl Tramped to Sea Brother. terrible reflection: forty-five with the exception of one, are RELIABLE STABLES
New York Nov 1.-Lfltle Devoe, counting on her fingers "representa i
believed to have been heard from. A
18 Tears old, dropped fainting In the tires of carriage making coal wholesale and third houseboat having aboard a number McGinley Bros. Co.
street of Yonkers 'Wednesday. The grocery, confectionery: mining .
girl was taken to a. hospital and when the stock exchanges, and all grafted on 'of workmen held her anchorage. .
the old tree of the De Valmont">*-New Miami Metropolis.
Mvhredgala her plight was due to Houses and 'Carriages
the fact that she had tramped B,, great! York Ilereld. The City Council Is now making

deal 6f the way front Buffalo. Hed dasJtaatkm preparations to commence the work of UNDERTAKERSjl&ANCXl ,
was New York where she ,Appet"" '.... paving the streets west of the .main'' For hire( by the, hour, day, week' or month. Freight unloaded

lad a brother living. Her mother, ""Mary. bring Dtf.; Pteachtt some more tracks of the Florida East Coast Railway ; and delivered. Special facilities for moving heavy freight. I I

ate laid, was dying [In Chicago and Jolly" .. for to the recent
had 'written her, expressing a' wish "Shore, mum, an' I spilt the whole provided issue. street EMBALMERS Omr lbu. and Stylish Carriages ueet every train. Baggage I "
to lot on the pantry floor, mum, and yell : and sewer bond Arrangements
The lee her Ion before tho end came. baa ent all I could scrape up, mum."- are being made with the railway officialsto transferred. All orders receive prompt attention. a

girl had no money, and resolved Brooklyn Eagle. haul the rock from the quarries In the
tq walk to New York In an endeavor Leave Orders for Our CarriagesTIlE
to fled south end of the county, and as soon a*
her brother and carry out her You cannot raise culture: and scandal tbe material lit placed on the ground Parlors Opitotit Masonic Temple IIi
,, 1OtherLwish.
tn the same brain paving operation win begin. -fl r- t

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Mrs A. Jet .ll! millliililiiii, of -
I paragraphs of W sad
Mrs Wilbur ..
Mixmt, nit t ilic ':UBS .i I; ,ih I fount' i '- for St
tIe" iii left yesterday lu >riling
, mot\;..r, :Mis G 1 t.1 11\[ 'ilili) '
Local I InterestI Augustine- to spend n few weeks CO.
M iss Gould, ] mil. :'Ms\ (.1 irk w ill giver 1\ SIRKIN
The mischievous ho'pt' All Fin'-'
*c plum to the piitoiis' and l fiieutls of ,
111. W I G tell, of( Dcliny) spent the schools and the sin,letilsin the high I,lowe'en }PUSH very liglitl] this! tlrnr, and ,
I rilln.ay 1 in the city on built ess. drool {in honor of the teachers, next ;: with the exception of a few soap ,marks __ n______.._ __
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F,id\y eveni.g!" November 9th, frcm ,Ion the window of. some of the business ,
Die He (ml 1 of County Commissioners I
house, there were few changes: to be no'tlced -
right to ten In the Kindergarten room.
'11':111 I ho'd, their session Ir
regular I
1 monthly One of the
In Mi jallli l next Moinl.iA'torney i\. The work of stone.laving on the new Thursday morning OUR STRONG LINE !
the Dade State Bank
i business house being/ erected by Mr, G : pranks put County '
C. C l'hllIl1Kworlh: spent the yr tit
in the gasoline business, but owner i-
G Stroll in, at the corner of Clematis
several] dale In Ji,11. '''HIM i If thin week on soon found his sign and restored It to Its Stranger This Year Than Ever : M
avenue and Olive street, is about com-
' professional hotline' plete and the contractor! are hurrying roper: place I II N

Mr. H J. Sterin( ,I'j.!, n \e1)) known boar the interior work with! all possible haste. I I

t Hess man of Delrrn, Spent; Thursday in Mr. Geo. Baker, son of Mayor Baker For Sale at a Bargain. ; The Kirschbaum Cloth it
the city on business. rame home yesterday morning from his Two horses, Ingle' and 1 double wagon: r
fatber's saw mill at Ojm: where be nas I undercut and 'bus. Call $ a y+
one survey or
Mr O G. Wllion, representing! (the ing and Our Own Mahe ... ...
Graham Paper CtJinpnm. of St Louis, is bsen engaged for several weeks He is I address, Mrs, Tiffany, West Palm Beach -
i i well and will! few weeks
not upend a
very Fla. rm Clothes
spending today in the city. upeutinl, I Suits in the Latest Anthony's

A'"ouethe prominent gnesta teglster Pictures framed at MrGlnley Brothers ARBALWAYS
TLe walla of the new Hotel Jeflerson
t t The Palms ,ln\' II Geo. L. Comonny. at
ed at to is 'n have been completed btbe contractors, I Styles and, Fabrics I
Babcock, mavor of Key West height & Welburn. and the workmena I CORRECT

Mr and Mrs. J. D. R-eves of Atlanta e now completing 'the Interior work. N. C. JONES $10 .$12,50 $15 and $$20SI1@ES' .
,,1 are among the recent arrivals In tie The building will in all probability be i They Are at the front of tbe clothing:
citv They are the duets of Mr. B HDoater. I ready for its tenant within the next ten business the East Coact. First winter
days or two weeks. Contractor and Builder shipment Just io,- Backs: and Blues -
I I i two and three piece suits in! auy cut or
I The members of the fire deportment Miss Ella Chapman, who. has for sevi Building of Docks and Boathouses a grad;. '
art making pans to dive their annual eral years held tbe position/ as stenogra Specialty I I $24.00
Thanksgiving: ball, fatinal announcement -I pher in the law office of !Mr. George G. !
P. O. Box: 411. I
of which will\ be made later. Currie, expects to leave Monday for Mi- $22.50 .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis, ....botame amt, where she will have charge of a West Palm Beach. Fla. To our large assortment '
t branch office to be located In that city I' $18.00 '
up by automobile from Miami Wednesday .
completed visit yesterday and by the Currie Investment Company. I of Shoes we have $16.50 : : '
returned via the! early morning train to Many friends throughout the countyof

i the Magic City. I le Sheriff ru that John Mrs. Frohock Frohock is will quite regret seriously to- Winter Home Site add d the celebrated 1 1 $I2.0O

Reports from the farming sections ill at her* home In Miami.\ Reports
t i south of West Palm Beach state that the from her bedside yesterday indicate FLORSHEIM SHOEFOR Anthony Bros.Beautiful .
continued heavy rain are working great that, she is some better; but still a very'
I Injury to crop of all kinds enpecMIy | sick woman. I 00 feet fronting on lake near town MEN WHO CARE
; earlv ta'natoe.. Unless! the rains ceane 1,350 feet deep. Is crossed bv Olive "- --
Mr. and Mrs Charlie Coleman a' d
X11 j great: damage: Is threatened. '!, Mr John II. M. Colemau, of Goshen; street 750 feet from lake. Unfinished 55 and $6 Per Pair
dwelling wind mill and tank; place Is
Owing: to the sickness of some of the N. Y are expected to reach here next ;
usual of and will their piped and partly arranged for Irrigation #
I members weekly meeting Saturday occupy cottage LotsIn
j with staudplpes sewer into lake;
r the Owls Whist Club was not held Monday on Bvernia street for the season. The ; pipe >
f t bath fixtures with hot
r, I evening. It had been planned to Coleman party usually about the firstto complete water; nice lawn room and a great many fruit WEST PALM 1 BEACH {
? meet with Mrs. W. H DaCamnra. The come and among the last to leave, trees, all in benrlnp. For a limited time
next meeting: will\ be held next Monday thereby getting( tbe full benefit of the this place is offered at $ .250 00 Applyto I The New Railway AdditionTo J
evening.. congenial climate of the Lake Worth WALLACE R. MOSES West Palm
I Beach Fla.
The regular semi-monthly meeting o country.
the city council will be held next Tues : The firemen' ball on All Hallowe'en
day niuht. Aside from the monthly reports proved one cf the mast successful dances the City of West Palm Beach.

of city officials and the payment of ever given by the members of the department ,__ __. t___.._ ____- .._- ._ __.- --'-.... IF Convenient to Bridge, Ferry Rail
October bills and accounts there will be there having been about twenty 5
considerable business of importance up couples en masque, In addition to neara BR0S. road station and to the business part
t for consideration.Mr. bundled spectators. The unmasking of town. Prices Low 'and Terms
t>ok place aoout 1030: p. in., and the *
J. E. Weir and faintly\ .ho have merry dancers then enjoyed themselves Easy. A good discount will be allow-
been spending t'uc summer In New York -
ai only young people can until long after ed/or Cash ..
with relatives returned to the city
the m daight t liour.
I Thursday morning and are occupving f MEHTS
Attention \is called! io the new advertisement ROeERIES '
t' j their cottage on West Everola street of McNair & Son, dealers In For plate and full! information apply to
Mr. Weir fpect to leave In a day or
1 two for GoldfieM", Nevada where he lumber and building material, of Fcruandmn. ZAPF BLOCK OPPOSITE FERRY WALLACE B. MOSES
Flu which appears in today's ,
i has accepted a responsible position with
tbe mines owned by his brothers He Tropical; Sun for the first time. This Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.

n t} will make his 'home at Oo' fielc1s for .enterprising trade of the East firm Coast seeks a share of the A Post Card Will Bring Ottr Order Man to Your West Palm Beach, Florida. $
some time at least but bIll family will
a Door. Give Us a Trial
remain in West Palm Beach until next Talking Machines, and Records, al' "
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N D Patrons of the paper are invited to look here each week for bargains in real estate and houses for rent:

m ; fumi shed or unfurnished, :; WE MEAN TO DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. :;. WE PRO-
I POSE TO SPEND $5.OOP IN ADVERTISING. We will have two men soliciting buyers and tenants e

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

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

i learn the lay of the land. WE WILL CONSIDER IT A PLEASURE TO THUS SERVE YOU. = Our t3

f Company will also 9

.'10 Insure Your Property X X. Make Abstracts 2C yc Negotiate Loans't +

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

worth twice the amount to secure you :X If you want to borrow money we will,obtain it for you and be responsible for the repayment, providing/; your ,' + ,
i e security is good; In consideration of a small negotiation; fee. X To capitalists we will sell winter homes and attend to their property when they ore' :.

I. } not residing; hare, just as carefully as they would attend to it themselves. X To workingmen and all-the-year-round residents we will build and sell .
; homes on the payment of a small amount down and the balance of payments in amounts proportionate to rent; by this means 100.00 will buy

1- you a home, the balance of the payments will actually be what you would have to pay for rent. .

We Believe, In The Future Of West Palm Beach< >

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

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

us and the first thing,we would like would be to have every furnished house in town that is for rent on; !our li tI


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