The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
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 7, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00190
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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(euro::dat.dprr//arNlr! : = TePIOA(18UNdaahIa: : : t ::: ,IIB6;] VOIr. AA, NO. 62 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE NO. 1224 y

Laluhart & Potter, lumber, $r7 74. n ,nce provides that neither dynamite or I F

City Will Make J. Conklin, plumbing, $2,50 I gun cotton can be kept stored in any Drainage Is Defeated ,

Joe Moss, sidewalk construction, $36, building or at any place In the corporate }

Five Year Campbell & Monroe, hauling, $27.10.1 limit; within_ Icoo, : feet of any other s

Contract T. J. Campbell, street and building Council, either then adJourned.occupied or unoccupied. By Big.: Majority

work, $U5.

With East Coast Electric Light, Power and Ice Company Feed of prisoners, $11.20. Death of W. W. Otweil. Indications That Governor's Scheme Has Received '" '

Eli Wade, repairs to bridge, $4,
For Addititnal Street Knockout Blow--Hughes Is Elected 1
Lights. Series W. C. C. Branning. repairs telephone After an illness of several weeks, Mr. ,

I Lights of 32 Candle Power $2. W. W, Otwell passed away Sunday Governor of New York "

E. T. Williamson! supplies, 63 cents. night. He had been quite feeble for a I
I number of years, and several weeks ago
Chairman Wellington, of tbe street
I At the regular meeting of the city stand had been repaired and contractbad committee, presented contract form of bad an attack of lagrlppe; which was (Special to The Tropical Sun) i received:

r council ]last night all of the members of been let to repaint same, latter workto C. C. Purdom.wbo was recently awarded followed by pneumonia. He was 66 yearsof Jacksonville, Nov. 7, 1:50: p. m.-Re. For Against '

I the board were present except Alderman cost $12.50. Streets were being cleaned contract for street cleaning and sewerage age was born in Delaware, but had turns are coming In from various pre- Ojus 10 10 '''

and put In good shape. Building at been a resident of Florida for a numberof cincts very slow but there Is every Pompano 21 a I r
i Anthony, who is oat of the city. After work. The terms the contract
coutLeast corner of and Poinset- Is Cutler 12 10
Banyan years. indication that drainage amendment r
I the reading and approval of the,minutes ta streets had been moved back from the horse are that and Purdom wagon will eight furnish hours a every manone day Deceased is survived by a wife and defeated by a big majority. Enough of Fort Lauderdale 24 4 '

I the regular order of business was taken street to make room for construction of for street work, and do the scavenger several children, among\ the latter being the large precincts have been heard Danla 15 16 ,
t sidewalks. that roCkwas Mr. A. B. Otwell. Several members of Boynton 0 s
Reported some and from to make it almost sure that the people 21
work in a thorough: satisfactory '
t up.A communication was read from them needed for street repairs. Recommended manner for the consideration of $105 per the family were at his bedside when of Florida have not approved Governor Lemon City 17 6r

Association! that city take some action in regard death came, but those who resided at a Broward's drainage scheme. / Delray 3 22
m City Improvement suggesting : month. He also agrees to furnish an
to ccmpelling owners to distance were unable to reach here before Miami 210
property 127
>I> ( that the street signs be repainted, extra horse and do the street sprinklingwhen The election off
clean vacant lots, there being a numberon the end came. The funeral was general passed very Jupiter 15 17 b it
also that uprights bearing signs be required at the rate of ao cents per
I Clenmtls'a venue and other streets In from the residence on Rosemary street, quietly in West Palm Beach yesterday, West Palm Beach 6.1 64- 4 ; t ta
straightened: etc. ; to the street hour. The contract, with some slight in fact it is doubtful if an election was
I the central of the
portion the city Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, ser-
committee. alterations, was approved and accepted,
lu the ia little
I Mr II. B. Saunders of tbe special vice being conducted by Rev. Henry ever held city which BO Up to the hour of going to this rl i
G. C. Barco was granted permit to a* was also the bond for the faithful performance interest manifested. press
committee council last Hlce and the remains laid to rest was
1 build a corrugated Jron addition to his appointed by of said contract, B. M. Potter were I The not until about afternoon returns from various parts of
polls were opene4
to secure subscriptions and have I In Woodlawn The bereaved
year cemetery
I bicycle shop on Olive street. and A, G. RIegel being sureties un the the State In slow *
built proper kenuels for care of blood. family have the sympathy of a large circle 9:30: o'clock yesterday morning a great were coming but it is
Frank Idner was granted permit to latter. '
I hounds, submitted his final report. He of friends in their sad filiation. deal of difficulty having been encountered believed that a heavy vote has been :
build an addition his dwelling on President Chillingworth then asked to !In and clerk.
i had collected and securing Inspectors a polled against the
$237 50 expended drainage amendment'I
Everola street be excused from the meeting: and President I- W. I. :Metcalf. L. A. Willson and
t 236.87, the latter as shown by receipts. N0'RRA50N and that the measure is defeated by at
The chief of the fire pro: tern Sirkin 'was called to the
department reported E. T. Williamson were prevailed uponto
Mr. Saunders reported that a lease had least a safe majority.A .
I that he had bad the telephone Cb ir. why your baby.should be thin, and fret- serve as Inspectors and 1.V.. Rich-
been secured the lot which'tbekennels at shows
on on dispatch noon today that
I line connecting firemen's headquarters Philip Akery, colored, made application ful during the night Worms are the bourg served as cleric.: ,
stand for I
a term of one year, the leaders of both sides,
I add pumping station repaired, and the with for a license to conduct a restaurantin cause of thin, sickly babies. It is I natur. Only 172 ballots were cast, about one- believe the 'l
privilege of removal also that the
accompanying: bill for {3.00 was allowed.A kennels Collie's saloon, and said that he would of' that a healthy baby should be fat and third or less than half of the number people of Florida have not approved of 'Y? ,
hail within the few
I report was received from the chief of past days agree to close at all times when saloon sleep well. If your baby does not retain qualified. the drainage of the everglades. Manycounties 4 5
had addition Qf ten He said
puppies. (
the fire department regarding fire escapes was closed and abide ,by the same rules its food, don't experiment with As there was no opposition to the that were considered solid for '.
that the Bloodhounds had
for hotels and public buildings. He had ia proven a success that- that governed saloons, the proposed coljc cures and other medicine but try a regular Democratic ticket nominated In nage have given a heavy vote against t
particulur. Suggested
I made an inspection and found that those every restaurant being( in the wine rooms of battle of White's Cream Vermifuge, and the primaries of lust May and June, it. -
the city the of the dogs an '
: of the hotels which bad not already provided additional pay$5 Keeper mouth for the care and the snlooa. Council referred matter to you will soon see your baby have color i there was practically no interest taken HUGHES CARRIES NEW YORK.

. escapes were now arranging to training of two per puppies and that the tax and license committee, who were instructed &1J
'. put the same In; proprietor of the opera keeper be instructed to dispose of, tbe remaining to get advice from city attor- Riegel.Mrs. est vote received by any candidate v ed that Charles E. Hughes republican

bouse waR arranging to have iron ladder he have ney. that given Geo. O. Butler, tax asse'..or, candidate for governor of New York, !'
. placed at side of building, school build- puppies as might op Night officer S. A. Barfield was, on Stanley Wskely is expected to who; received 128 votes. Other candi. had a safe lead over Wm. R. Hearst,

ins; and other public places bad com portunityOn motion, reappointed lor another term. reach here today from Miami and will dates followed closely. and as the night wore on and precincts
motion, Mr. Saunders and Alder. The ordinance regulating the sale of spend the winter with her parents,
plied.A The drainage: amendment resulted reported, I it was pretty generally conceded J
man Grant were continued as a committee and Mrs. M. the .
dynamite and gun cotton was then spt. J. Williams on
communication was read from a defeat for the measure, the vote stand. that Hughes was the winner.
. Kleybolte & Co., recent purchasers of to look after the dogs and kennels, placed on Its second reading. The orcll- East Side InK 64 against and 62 for. This morning returns from New York 4 's

street and sewer bonds, suggesting ar- and the keeper was, allowed $5.00 per As far aa can be learned this morning have been slow coming in, but it is safeto

rangement of all details. Company month to care for the puppies. I Dade county gave a majority against say that the Empire State has elected
Alderman Creech, of the fire, water Plans For
offered to have bonds engraved in Cin Maturing Governor Broward's drainage schemeof Hughes. It seems to be only a matterof

cinnati at cost of $25, and it was orderedby and light committee, reported that he at least ISO votes. bow much his majority will be, and qqr 1
bad conferred with the management of
council that they be allowed to have Following Is the vote on the measure these figures are variously estimated 4
the light'company for the Installation of The Water CarnivalA
engraving done.FINANCE. by precincts as far as they have been from rooOOO down. is,, Sj S
the proposed eight 33-candle power j

COMMITTEE. lights, and the company had agreed to

Chairman Sirkin, of the finance committee out them In at once, provided city would of I Mr. II. Dale Miller, of Miami, spent ;
representative The :Tropical Sun dreds of miles to see. Captain Andrews, Mrs. E. W. Nye Dead.. 1
submitted the following report o into five. contract at rate of yesterday in the city on business.Mr. i
enter a year had a pleasant half hour's chat yesterdaywith in speaking of the Illuminations, said New Orleans, Nov. 5.-Mrs. Edgar -

for October, which was. accepted' and $2.50 per month per light. Committee Capt. Geo. E. Andrew who Is that.all the executive committee were W. Nye widow of the late "Bill" B. A. :Maxfield, assistant cashierof

ordered filed: had instructed city attorney ,to draft now hoping for was clear and favorable Nye, the famous humorist, died Sunday tile Dade County Stat Bank, spell 1
Tax Collector's report shows as fol contract form, which he presented. to managing the local end of the third annual weather, and judging from the heavy I at the home of her daughter, yesterday in Miami visiting friends. i

lows: board for approval., regatta and carnival of the Palm rainfall of the past twelve' months it Mrs. E. W. Pharr, at Avoca plantation

Received from court costs and On motion of Alderman Sirkin the Beach Power Boat Association. would seem that we have a right to expect New Morgan city. Mrs. Nye Editor R. O. Davies la spending; the

fines, $ 151 40 contract was approved and the clerk was "You can just tell the people that the favorable weather. was 66 years old, and was formerly a week in Jacksonville, having gone up {

Received from licenses, 1,383 C3: instructed to have same properly signed. regatta this season will be one of tbe Captain Andrews is spending consld resident of North Carolina. Her body Monday night to enjoy the carnival festivities. t if
Received from delinquent taxes 3 08 'and closed. will be interred at New Iberia 1 ] t l
grandest events In water sports ever erable energy in the matter of prepara- .

J. M, Carter was granted permit to seen In this country," said Captain An tion for the local end of the carnival. The sad news reached here yesterdayof r'

l,537 48 make small addition to his dwelling. drews." Continuing, the Captain said: He reports that up the Indian river the Killed Wife and Himself. the death of Mis. John Froboak wire
Treasurer's report showed as follows: Trenton, N. J. Nov. 5.-.Daalel l ,
Sanitary Inspector J. L. Grler.reported "The International feature which Is to various yacht clubs. are making/ exten- of Sheriff John Frohock, which occurred
Received from collector 48
tax 11,537 Weldon, aged 68. Sunday shot his
that he bad inspected all portions of the be added this season will insure world sive plans, and many boats are being In Miami yrsterday morning. The deceased 1
Received for sewer connections, 2 50 ; wife Mary, and then sent a bullet
__ I city and found sanitary condition quite wide Interest, and we shall In all proba- constructed especially for tHe 1937 regat- Into his own head. It is thought leaves a five weeks old son. The ,

$1,339 93 satisfactory, including new sewerage bility be enabled to( see some of the ta. At Rockledge, Mr. John.Gingras, I both will die. W ldou'8 daughter funeral will take place from the residence i

Deposited In bank 1,364 district. There had been six house con world's fastest flyers speeding away on who last year entered the famous "23," was recently murdered .by her husba.ndand at Miami this afternoon. ,'
50 sections during month of October.. Lake Worth when the carnival opens on is building'\ boats for several local sports.men brooding over this trouble Is sup-
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Balance in hand $ 275 48 In regard to the bill of the East Coast the 29th of next January., We are already and it is learned that somewhere posed to have unbalanced his mind. In the absence of Mayor Bilker and 1 t'I

Financial ,of indebtedness Electric Light, Power sad Ice Company receiving many inquiries from owners of along the Indian river a "syndicate" President of the city council R. J. Chllllngworth {;
standing city, rating craft, and there Is hardly any boat i Is being built, which gives promiseof both of whom are out of the r
for current month of October, it was
13.878 8g He Failed to Arrest the Volts.Mlllvllle .
doubt that there will be several vessels carrying some of the trophies. city today freaMeut Max t
away tern Sir-
several of the hadfailed N..7. pro
Warrants Issued during Oct., Ion 37 shown that arc lights Nov. 6.-Paul
here that have been constructed with a Here In West Palm and kin ,
Beach, along is acting There Is nothing
-- to burn during the ,month, and Brown, age 22, was killed while demonstrating ?e
Total indebtedness, $4,890 36 these failures made a total of 128 nights view to breaking the records of speed on the shores of Lake Worth, not much is a lightning arrester Oft the. doing in the city justice mill, however,

for one arc light. It was therefore or- water." being said of the races, but it is rumored new electrlo line of the West Jersey for somehow or othef evil-doers have a '

Deposited during October, 1,430 40 dered by board that the sum of $30.93 be Tbe fact that tbe carnival this seasonis that several new boats will be completed and Seashore railroad. Fifteen hundred great fear of Alderman Sirkin, who '

80 deducted from the company's bill for"Its to take on an international aspect iu time to enter, and local yachtsmen volts- passed through his body. knows a thing or two about dealing out .
Bui.due November rat $
3.459' means a great deal for Palm Beach as are not as indifferent as they might ap justice. I I
Balance cash in 'hand,. C) failure to perform service About II
every vessel that comes here will\ coat its pear. ...at.lI Woman. I

-- ACCOUNTS AND SALARIES. owner considerable money In. fact up : Among the entries from abroad, it is Henderson, Ky. Nov. 5.-Ia a Miss Katherine Waugh, formerly cf

3.4e:3: 40I The following bills were then audited into the thousands dollars. Speaking I generally understood that tbere will be quarrel over a woman at Henderson, this city, but now of West Point, V*", is

find that the {30 So left In the treasurer's and ordered paid: of the endurance race' from. St. Augustine at least one Italian boat, several English Henry Hughes, white and an ex-con the guest of Mr and Mrs II. P. Savage. '

hands September 29th was depos- East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., here' Captain Andrews said that boats, and at least two or three from vict, fatally shot James Murrell, a I Miss Waugh i III the daughter of Rev. and '"

ited In the bank. (See report ofinance lumber, 2114. this was now being planned by the executive : Paris. In fact by the time closing day white man, in the abdomen. Hughes Mrs. C..V Waugh, who two years ago

committee October ist.) I have also M. E. Giuber, supplies: 8227.: committee, but he seemed to think comes It Is believed that there will be was' placed under arrest. was pastor of the Baptist church and

examined all the books of the clerk and Hatchett DaCamara Hardware Co., that it would be more likely front Or- many foreign entries. principal of the city schools of West

collector and found them in good shape supplies, $4.36.C. mond down.' He said that preparations Much Interest Is being taken by Killed In Pistol Duel. Palm Beach, and has many friends who

and Ml accounts entered in form. Have I I P. Metcalf, repairs to bandstand, for such a race would have to be made, yachtsmen, at home and abroad, In tbe New York, Nov. S.-Salvador E. are pleased to see her In the city again kMe

Instructed the collector and treasurer to $n 62. the channels being staked and other challenge,shield donated last year by Volaa was shot to death In a pistol

settle with each other on the"end of I R, O. Davles Publishing Co., printing, safeguards provided, but be seem' 1 to Sir Thomas Dewar, which has to be won duel on the east sid. A big crowd T. V.,Moore is entertaining as a ".' '

each month, so that treasurer can deposit 3624. think the plan feasible.As twice. This will be awarded: on the watched the fight, but the Italian guest his father, Rev. T. W. Moore, 1 55

all moneys on hand and thereby make Light ,Company, current, October, was recently stated by The Tropical four mile rce. with whom Volaa excha&xed' shots, pastor of the Methodist Church, Lees- r

it easier for finance committee( to checkup. II $131.*S. Sun, the carnival will this seasou be Captain Andrews will spend next week got away. burg and for miy: years a minister of'

Have examined the assessment rolland I P. Sheen, payroll for sewer work, featured by parades and brilliant illuminations !- in the Everglades on a deer and quail the gospel. Tomorrow Mr. Moore will > ''A'

find it o. k. and ready for the collector i$247.09. the principal feature undoubtedly bunt and, alter that will devote the No Cyclone at Havana officiate at the christening of his grandson ?
Havana, Nov. 5.-Although a a
proceed with his work. The Tropical Sun Publishing Company being the reproduction ot the Midnight greater part of his time fur the next ;T. V. Moore,Jr., and after' remain-
heavy rain fell her Sunday might
MAX SIRKIN; Chairman printing and advertising, $17. Carnival of Venice, which Is to several weeks in arranging, the carnival there la no Indication of the approachof log here several days' will go to West fl ,i

STREET COMMITTEE. J. L. Grler, salary $67.40.. take place on the night of January 3tit. and those wanting information as'j l the cyclone which the local observer Palm Beach to visit another son and V

Chairman Wellington, of' the street W. W. Hendrickson, salary $75. This feature alone will\ cost considerable ,to entries, etc., will be furnished thel I announces U approaching, family before returning to his borne y ,

committee, verbally reported that band.j -, S. A, Barfield] salary, and fees, $60. money, and will be.worth coming han- same on application. town.-Miami Metropolis,'Tuesday_; r [ i i"i

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Pioneer._ Paper of Dada County, Florida.Pabllubcd ,
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Every Wednesday and Saturday Candy J.
"T w.aT "PALM B...OH, DAba OOUNTV, FLORID' A Perfumery, a!

Collier's Weekly Buys Actiole I :f1r:; /' Sodawater Cigars I .

Tropical .Sun Pbullshing Coinp'yI ,/ to Prove Bribery. >- 'i9fi': .

CHA3. B. KENDALL. Manager.Kmtred ..; '
f : and Toilet Articles
at the I'ontofUce. or West Faun Beachicconrtclam 1.v 1\ ) o

{ U matter e.. .. ) The Great White Line
Candidate Moran, of Massachusetts, The finest line of each in town
Doclares Collier's Hat Refused to
and into our
soon as we move
R as *
"Following the line of least resistance MILLIONS THINK. '
Publish Document for Fear of InJuring To owl'a BUCK'S Stove or is to ,
," the "down-hill haul to It also] writes a check that pays that new stand we will open up a I
Republican Party Tuesday! bill of preciate'the merits this great line
yours. many
the Ilea," the ever growing commerce large line of fancy Christum! I

of the country is more and Boston, Mass. Nor, 5.-District You for may various want to send money The a distance goods. This line has been selected ( The oven, with '"N ita. enamel lining to doors
let- purposes. "dropof
Attorney John B Moran sent a
more seeking an outlet through ths ter to District Attorney William T. ink" and for those who usually teid arid: racks is the most sanitary feature iq' the\ j

1 ; Southern ports. Our foreign# com- Jerome of New Yjirlt/ Sunday In A BANK BALANCEat for their NICE presentsand I world It as' easy,; o wash 'off and keep clean
which he slated that he was Informed our bank makes the check you send away '
merce now $2,000,000,000, a '
china dish .
bY'Slate it includes fine l lor I as a ,
Senator A. D. Hughes, of pass current. presents m
will double and quadruple, as will u .
Michigan, that there Is in the posses- Your check, like our bank, passes at I
our coastwise trade, but tbe number Mon of Collier's Weekly evidence In the clearing house and Is stamped the ladies and! :useful things for HatchettvDaCamara ra Hardware' Co

of our ports can be very slight. the. form of original documents, let- 0, K." Keep an account with us and the men. ,
Increased if millions should ters, telegrams and secret codes It will help in 1l9/z/sa/e Retailers .
even cf
ly you many ways We art.trying to give to our\ <
which tends to show that
an organized
fixed Have you opened a savings account I
be expended. Nature has tbe
method of legislative corruption is trade the best possible chat HARDWAREWest
yell We pay 4 per cent on such ac
j location of available and
our ports
the so-called tobacco
practiced by
counts. service. I Palm Beach, X X :o" X X :c Florida
w forever set the limit upon their trust throughout the country.

number. As 'commerce expands! The letter ,follows: DADE COUNTY STATE BANK We have an elegant Bodafount.aln .. _. --OIl{ .........- --., _
"I ] Informed A.
am credibly by one
:: Southern ports must grow in opu- D. Hughes, formerly a state senatorof on the road, and when :
-o-o-o-o-o-o-i-o-o-o-o-o oo-o..o-o.o
West Palm Beach, Floilda.] o O- <>
lence and Great financial it is In home and
population Michigan, that there Is in the possession set up our new

centers must naturally follow, of the proprietors of a publication we are ready to have. our open- IIUIIKHAHDT'S Weal Palm BenchOct.. 100,:
by the of Collier's g
and the commerce 6f which name NOTICE !
vast we
Weekly] having its usual place of business Ing day, we want the people of

have seen only the beginning,which In New York city, evidence in Notice Is hereby given that on the aotli West Palm Beach to take pridein LOTS F PEOPLEAre
will soon flow through the South, the form of the original documents, day of November, A. D., 1906 at 10
l o'clock; a. m., a meet In* of the stock- "We have the best
letters, telegrams, secret codes and flaying:
will be a mighty factor in the build- boldeis] of the Lincoln Land Companywill
ing of railroads, the growth of cities the translation thereof some copiesof be held at the office nf the Company drug store on the .East Coast." fond of Baked Beans. If you happen to be one of those who are,
which I now have and which I append at West Palm Beach, Florida, to vote
the immigration of people from herewith for the purpose of iden- upon a proposal to increase the capita!] And we want to give you the just you try a can of PREMIER BAKED BEANS and you will surely

other countries and other sections. ilflcatlon, which tends to show an or- stock of said corporation from twentyfive -
? best service too. If you can not enjoy a treat. They are in a 3 lb. can and the price is 23 cents-Do
fanlbe, systematic and practicedby thousand' dollars (f 35coo.ou) to one
I+ There are few countries on earth the so-called tobacco trust throughout hundred thousand dollars ($Iooooo.oa) find the kind of drug which you not think of the price, but of the beans; They certainly are delicious.
which have such a geographical relation by issuing preferred stock of tbe par
f the country."I value of seventy-five thousand dollars want in the town, come to .us We have a three Ib. tin of beans that we can sell at 15, cents but it
to the centers of productive am Informed that some of theo ('75.000 00)). _
it for
and will order
energies on the' one side and the documents, copies of which I do not I This October 17, A. D. 1906. we you. Is a case of quantity instead of quality. Altho] they are very,good and
have, tend to show that several bills I, C. C. ChilUnRwoith, To be able to do this \\e will beans
3 world's commerce on tt,e other as please many people, but if you enjoy baked take our advice,
17-St President
affecting: the Interest of the said tobacco have to have a large share of
ayl the South. The human mind can- trust, were defeated at the capItal your trade and then we will drop the extra nickle and try (the Premier Brand. They really are top

not the wonders of the of this commonwealth at: the last
fully grasp notch in the of goodness.
Notice. promise to make {h wpy
pay you.
session of our general court (Massachusetts e
coming in this Heavenfavored
I years ]legislature) by practices Notice Is hereby given that six_ :months Very truly, By the way, there Is a guarantee of purity goes with every packageof
section, Manufacturers Kecord.
which are a part of this systematIc after date of this notice,we shall presentour Broadwell & Moore Premier Goods.
scheme I am Informed that the accounts for final settlement and
WHAT WE CAN OFFER. proprietors of the said Collier's '
Weeky ] for
apply our:discharge as executors of DruggistsJefferson
What has Florida to offer to the have purchased' the evidence for a the estate and last will and testament Block L W. BURKf/QRQ], FINEST GROCERIES
large sum of money under contractto of H. ]
John Brelsford deceased to tbe
settler? This is that is
a question publish the West Palm Beach, Florida
same not later than County Judge at Miami Dade County,
often asked and a ready answer ten weeks after the first day of August Florida. Dated June 301 h, 1906. oo<-O-CXHX: >lo-o-o-o-o-o<>oooooor" j

cannot, be given, says the Home- ; that the ]last day for, publishing E. M, BreUford j -- -- -
tile same has expired; that the said'ollier's Mary C. Brelsford. ':. ;'",' .'-! ..."Q ',' :... : ;.. ; 1'I"If
seeker. Out of the great variety of IMSVS MbMW SH WKtVBMsW, MtWH9MMMSBiUVaitlHUI.
"' "' "
Weekly has refused to publish -
-- -- ------ --- -
resources which the Peninsular the same, according to contract."I Nt t1.Ntt.N.NN.t NNt N.NNt NN..N.NNL NN.N : n
State possesses it U difficult to am further Informed that Col- Don't FailWhen

choose one for a leader. The reply lier's Weekly is delaying publicationof i i
this", evidence in violation of its We have Building JVIatemal I Ii'
sometimes comes in the form of
contract, until
after the election] ]lest
another question, "What is it that it should have an Injurious effect upon + + I

t{I Florida does not offer?" Probably Republican candidates- on ejection t YOU NEED IT i
'H day.
C health would appeal to the invalid, "Therefore, I respectfully request Z you want anything In the house

farming lands from which more i furnishing don'tfail to to Me-
you to obtain the'! sum evidence and, go
wealth can be wrung than in any transmit to be forthwith in order that i Can't We Get Together ? : Ginley Bros. Co's ,New Store oppositethe

+ other part of the globe no doubt 1 may begin an immediate inquiry to o Masonic Temple, They have a
I would excite the interest of tbe such acts occurring In my Jurisdiction spick ana line of
I span new new -
as may be disrloReil] by, an examlnattlon EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. I i
farmer, ideal soil and climate for of the said documents." every stick of it fresh from the
fruit growing, the finest fishing, In making public the letter, Mr. : WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA i the factory. As there entire stock was

boating and a multitude of other of Moran many also letters gave, telegrams to the press and codes copies, S NN.NN..NN.NNt t'....NNN.NN.N..NN.N.N :purchased practically at one time and

advantages would be appreciated one letter being from Hughes. tor which they paid cash, obtaining liberal '

according as the individual taste Hughes claims that he bought a CITY discounts. They' can save you

and Inclination are served. factory in Marion., Ind., from State MEAT MARKET money. Dont buy till you get their
Senator O. A. Daker, and In the fac-
At the present time Florida offers T. A. FEASTER, Proprietor. prices .
tory Mr. Hughes found a desk, whichhe
excellent opportunities for investment asserts was. full of correspondenceand Florida *ud Western Meats Poultry (Game and Eggs.

IM in almost any kind of sensible documents revealing certajn Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.

I i enterprise, agricultural or man- transactions with the American Tobacco Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH

tbe East Coast company We are offer Your Furniture Business
s; > ufacturing. Along Hughes states in his letter that he """ --.. .
especially are advantages that can. endeavored to interest President ,

J not long be ignored. While this Roosevelt] and Governor Han]ley; of I
I Indiana, but was unsuccessful. He G. G. Strohm Company .
w"" i State has for cateredto '
many years then sold] the documents to Collier's McGiNLEY BROTHERS COMP'Y
the tourist, to the neglect of under contract to b. published Oct.

almost anything else, the wonderful 9 last. FHMILY GROCERIES In Their New Store Opposite Masonic

resources were lost to view. Only' Alienated Stepmother's Affections. I I Tempi

within recent' years has tbe atten- St. Louis, Nov. 5.-June and December i Fancy Food ProductsGrain .: 0. _.. :. _:_ ,':_. : ': : ':.__:, '_..:. '. ,' ., ': "",,' '
tion of the farmer been palled: to were represented In the East ,

the rich lands", awaiting develop St. Louis City Court when John Vir- 2NNN.Nt.NNNNNN.NNt NNNNNINNNNNA1'RAMS +:
gin, 50, sued hIs wife Emily, 30, for : and Provisions. :
ment. Gradually these lands are *
divorce. The couple were married ." &
being transformed into wealth producing in Evansville Ind. Dec. 25, 1908, 1VIluuE i

t farms! but the indications and they separated in East St. f'' JEFFE SON BLOCK :

are that a rush will follow when the Louis June 25, 1906. Plaintiff in :, f Blacksmiths WheelwrightsHorseshoeing i
I his petition accuses his son by a former -
farmers of other States are enlight- marriage with.. alienating the affections ,: West Pain, Beach- Florida and +.

ened about the true. conditions of of his wife. :Mrs. Virgin is General :
Repair Work
farming in Florida.Indications now living In Evansvi'le.] Young" -'---- = 2

Virgin is said to be :2' or 25 years of I 2 Manufacture of Tools a Specialty i
age, and is also supposed to .be. In IVo'' = .
are not wanting that r : .
1ZVZI. +
Indiana city. .., Freight Paid One Way all Orders +
the coming season of Florida is to I I .,. on Out-of-Town .

be probably the beet in'the history by *, Test Palm Beach 3 .
of the (state. Every town from Frankfpft Ky.-, VOT. 6.--Joe Flgg, : Poinsetta Street North West Palm Beach i
aged 45, transfer ..
man, was knocked .
Jacksonville to Key West has made down by negro footpads on Steele ..NNNN..NN.NNN.NN.NNNNN NNN.

extra preparations for the coming street. The negroes struck him on Tyansfey Company NN1r

tine hosts, of Daytona tourist, Tilusville In\ St. ,-Augua-Fort>, gave assailants the head an outcry, with who,were a frightening>lung bent hot.on'away robbery.Flgg hIs B._ F. CARTER- 'Manager .- ..!llllitP1111Pt1111111111111111P1111,111111111it1111111111tt" ',' ,' ,' ',' " " ."llfPt11P11P1111fL' '

A, Pier6e(: West Palm Beach, Boynton, He had $50 on his person. There is Stables' and Yards Banyan Street, Near Poinsetta I ? F
Fort Lauderdale and Miami\ owners talk of mob violence] If the negroesare =j Jie iecei pharmacy %

r f have made captured. .
of hotel properties large C ::
additions to their buildings with a United States Apple Crop. -

view to accommodating the expect- New York, Nov. 6.-The apple crop : THE RELIABLE :::3 i Solicits YOUR Trade., aWe -
in the United States has Just been gr I ,
; eJ thousands. The great hotels of estimated to be 30,130,000 bushels. ) ;'atv'a3,o -

"i the East Coast system, will, of This Is 12,G2G.000 barrels more than } = give you, Pure Drugs at Moderate

course, be taxed to their utmost the 1905 crop. The estimated cropin .
capacity.: Altogether the 1006-7 New York state is 4,090.000 barrels Horses and Carrrriages Prices, put up by a Registered
] or 1,000,000 barrels larger than
season is from present indications In any other state. .jI<) :: Pharmacist. =%
For hire by the hour, day, week or, month. Freight unloaded = ,
bound to be a great SUCCUBS.-The ::::::
Ilomeseeker. Fought for a Gun. and delivered. Special, facilities for moving heavy freight. :: ::

4 ;l Shelbyvllle Ind. Nov. S.-In a Omnibus( and Stylish Carriages Meet! every train. Baggage Try our' : Candy,' Soda, and Ico Cream
scuffle over the possession of rifle : ,
The high winds that fcave prevailed l a "'
Dolph Vnranarall, aged 41 years, 'was transferred, All orders receive prompt attention. :: -
tbe week have been unfavorable
for past tfhot through the thigh by a playmate. A, a. niEOEL S|
the fishing Industry, and as a result '"
Emmons none aged 'ls years Va- Leave Orders for Our Carriages .
tttere baa been practically no fiililug or narsilal) a"s: the hot/ was flred when --: droduBta New York College of Pharmacy

blptuent for; a week or ten days. hs refused to let go of the rlfU. .-- ..... -it-;l.ll.11.11.1i.l1jl'JA'jl'1'jl1jl1Jl1)t. !.! '/ '! ) ( jl1l11jl1jl'Jl1Jl1lI1JllJl'jl'jl1L' !!

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; TROPICAL( % SUN, WKST'; PALM, BEACH FI-XWTOA,1 I K1)N: ) I+;.R1/aY, Nl\i} MKKR; 7, r t'tOS' / ( !f'AfJ< <(: TIIKEF;


Mothods of Peabody Causes Protest

Stock KILLS HIMSELFAlleged New Yoili of Policyholders.Nov. 5.--The following I DRESS GOODS

statement was given out Sunday
night by Russell Fish, nerrtary! of the
Profits That Was Infatuated Mutual Life pollcyilioMera1 association -

With Young Woman. : | FALL AND 1
"The unwarranted methods adopted< j FOR WINTER
--- .
ain be greatly Increased by giving In President Pen body and other officers -

special care to the health of every LETTER: FROM HAWKINS FOUND of the Mutual Life In electioneering ... -- -- _
have the indignation
not only aroused -
animal and fowl on the farm.! : and protest of policyholders Our J'\tll and Winter stock of Dress Goods leas just arrived and '

borses Sick,poultry etc., depend, herpcattle 011 their, bogs livers, And He Killed Himself In Presence of throughout the country but have also we arq( prepared in offer our trade some attractive prices in Staple

to keep them. Well Wife and Children-Illicit Relations of stlirod a number up the ot Insurance states notably!departments Ken-: and Novelty goods. X We would be pleased to show our complete '

Between Grass Widow and HawkinsNot tucky, Michigan, Tennessee, MInne- assortment at any time and inviter;iou to call and see thesgoods. ..

BlackDraught'Stock Suspected. sota,and Missouri. X We mention below a lew of the Vest numbers; ;

"At the request of the Mutual Life __ .. ________..___ __ u_ __ ______ __ .
Knoxville, Tenn. Nov. 5.-As a ..
pollcyholders1 association a number of -- ----

sequel to the cold-blooded' aSiO .s ln- state Insurance' commlst*:om Navy, Black Panama 42 nod 60 luUi Dray and Black. I ,
atloa oC Mrs
and Poultry Garrett, a grass !soon meet In New York to make a
widow, at Abtogdoa Va. Saturday ,and gray. Price Price
: thorough Investigation of those matters ,
Medicine night, came the suicide Sunday at Ab- The charges against the pres- '
Ingdon. of John Hawking, a near ent management of the Mutual by Mr: $1.25-$1.50 t
neighbor of the woman.. Ills suicide Ji.OWH.25Henrietta
keeps their livers working and Calvin Tomklns vice present, of L ,
therefore keep them. well. followed his learning; that he was under the MutuaJ Life poUcyhokters'' association -
Black-Draught Stock and Poultry suspicion for the killing of Mrs. and filed wIth. the Mutual on

Medicine Is a pure, natural, (Jarre tt. Oct. 10, 11)08) which charges Mr. liilUianllne and Mohair, 3,42 and S4 inch. ; 38 and 42 Inch. Black, White
vegetable, blood purifier, and acts Hawkins! was a married man about
Peabody has declined to Investigatewill
regulating: the stomach, liver 30 Brown Blue. Ulack and, White ;Price and Gray. Price
ky years old and leaves a wife and \ probably form the basis for this j'

and It towels.r,events and cures Hog Chol- bad three been.small excellent:children.and Ills he had reputation never Investigation. 'BOB.6 7Sc $1.00$ $$1.25 40e. and 5Oe.
era, Cblcken Cholera, Colic, Distemper "In a letter addressed to the members k..
Couth. Colds,Constlpa- before been under suspicion. Hawkins ot the executive commltte Mr. ;
lion, Fever, Loss of Appetite, becapie connected with, the cans Fish! says there l 1& still hope fcr ao- q l'

gen Wasting stock Away diseases.It and. *.U the corn- by the discovery ot a letter which he tlon against Messrs. Peabody, Rogers Wool Batiste/ ,; 28 inch. White and Black. Serge, 42 and 50 inch Black and White. r
bad written Ulrs. Garrett and which I
and others, as a result of what
Is a perfectiUKltctae general Price
I.1.. now In the of Price75e. t
possession the
farm use. Try It. com- Mr. Fish declares to be a conspiracy,
monwealth's attorney. This case was placed before District
la this letter. It Is said, is matter Attorney Jerome on Oct. 18.". $1.O0-$1.2.5.
Price 25c lot'A large can, at Incriminating[ the dead man and' Mrs. : .
Garrett, although the woman is said' "Black Hand" Uf.- Dynamite.New _
druggists and dealers == =- =- -- =
to have lived' in a way not to Invite York Nov. Unsuccessful' ,
suspicion. Mrs Qarrett's assassination In their alleged attempts to black- Danish Cloth ; All Colors. Price New Dane,80 (inch. All Colors. Price ;

was a horrible affair her head mall Francisco Mosalna, a prosperous 19
being partially blown off by two loads tailor of Brooklyn :members of the 25c. 25e.
from a shotgun. so-called "Black Hand" society, so
Hawkins killed!! himself in the presence the
----- --- ------- ------ police say hurled a dynamite
') ot his wife and chlldron. ._ ,
LAW. bomb against the front door of the -- - --
tenement house In which b. lives and
O. ClHLt-INGAVOUTIl Test Case Called. conducts his business. and caused ,a
p' New York, Nov. 5.-The case of damage of $3,000 to the building and B'R1\NN.ING BROSa ,I

ATTORNEY AND cuvttseuoR Chief Yeoman Tracey J. Bunzell U. Burrou-llng propel -, Scores of persons -
8. N. against the New\( Port Amusement
felt the' shook of the explosion,
Went I'aim ]each, 1'Iiv.
association was called In the superIor but no one was Injured. Following hlMEItCILANTS'ASSOCIATIONII\ LADIES1 OUCFICCERS I
G. C171UUE \ court at Newport R. I. on : closely a half dozen similar outrages :; ::

/U7EO. Monday. President Roosevelt has : In the same neighborhood, this attack: BEACH
Attorney and Conneellor-at-Law contributed. $100 toward Its prosecution has spread terror among the poorer n
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA as it is to test the right ot any 'Italians. Sunday night detectives arrested ,
place of amusement to debar men three men who described them-
-- -
wearing the United States uniform. selves alt Frank and Antonio Passa- --
iI The defendant's counsel claims In demurrer mlnate and Balilaslno Panalfe.... -
Attorney and Gounsellor-d.t-Law, that there ts no law by whichan
amusement company can be pre- U. D. C. Convention.
(Onlce over llauk.lWEST ) ,
:PALM BEACH, FLA vented from prohibiting sailors. uni- Mobile, Ala. Nov. 5.-The conTention -
form from dancing In its ball. The of the United Daughters of the Tropical Sun Pub. Co.
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL demurrer will ,be heard and if it Is Confederacy will! be held this year at a aI

sustained, Bunzell and counsel will! Gulf port, Miss.\ Nov. 13-14 and anelaborate
carry tho case to the supreme court. program has been completed. i
ir. 0. IIOOD, lD, If not allowed, the case will go before Among the prori'nem!' memberswho I!

PHYSIC/AH 4ND SURGEON a jury on its merits. will be present) are President

Olllri' over Potter' bicycle more, WEST!; General Mrs. Lizzie (1 PALM EACH. Itoaldroconea1 Royql! Liquor Seller Heavily Fined. of Greenwood, V iI Hs. ; First Vice
1'nluelauallotel, l'ALAI1IEACH. 12-1 LaFayette Ga. Nov. 15.-.Mo.rUn: President Mrs D, / S. Vaught, of
--- ---. Fehn who was Indicted under 19 separate New Orleans; Seron t Vice PresidentMrs. :
T) B. POTTWK, HI. !>., counts by the grand jury of A. H. Vooihert of San Fran- #
Jt,. Walker county for selling whisk cisco: Recording Sel'.lary< ; Mrs. Jno. I:> i
8.:13.98: W EST PALM BEACH. FLA. without license entered a plea of P. Hlckman of Ncu'i/llle; ((3orreppondlng -
DENTAL guilty at the special term of court. Secretary Miss Annie Wash- fJ ; ,

Judge Moses Wright the presiding ington Rapley, of St. Louis; Treasurer rc c t arc. :m c t,arc.c, rt c,a 1rc. rt'c, 1rc. 1rc.'a t a c, rc.C a :, "
judge, fined Fehn $200, Including Mrs. James Y. Leigh, of Nor .
... .
I Dlt.ltir. tACY 1)(! N.NKWSIAN
rests In each case, or a total of $3- folk; Custodian of the Cross ot Honor -
Drs. MAC& NEWMAN 800. In the event that he Is not able Mrs. S. H. Qabbltt, of Atlanta(

'DENTISIS to pay his fine, Fehn will have to
serve three years and four months In
Office In Jefferson Block Financier Joins Labor Union. .
WEST PALM BRACK.; FLORIDA the chalngang. The cases grew out New York Nov. 6.Jacob II. HE merchant and manu
salle of at the r-F
of the Illicit whisky Senft! Sunday became a member of th tl
army post in this county, where Fohn
Stone Mason
Journeymen and Setters'
DU, J. P. LIDO\: \ for some Um ran am open barroom. union, No. SI- of Greater New York. t1- facturer. does not buy

The financier took a pledge not to
Killed, by Wife. work for leas than 80 hour '
First door wqt ot Dado Ounty Stat! cents an to sell it ,
I..ault. Mobile Nov. 6.-Ross Balentlnt and never to have anything to do I printing again \
who was .shot and badly wounded by
WEST PALIkt BRACIl.!: FLOIIDA with a non-union Jofb. He was initiated
its wife, Mrs. nettle' Ballentlns on by William J. Skinner business I is of their. !
equipment r
MONEY TO LOAN. Saturday night last, died Sunday- at agent of the union and then begot part

YOU HAVE PROPERTY-THAT the city hospital without making atatement. his card. The formality of making ,
IP you want to Improve and need 1 moneyto The woman, who is lock- Mr. Sch-lff a union workman was I for doing business and
do it with apply to Geo. G. Cutrie, ed up at police headquarters, was necessary before he jould lay the cor- r
West Palm Beach. overcome with grief when the news
nerstore of the new synagogue of the
of her husband was broken to- her, Mrst Hungarian congregation ot is the only part of the equipment
and.III on the verge of collapse. The Ohob Zeedek.
GEO. HASLEHURST & SON preliminary hearing of the woman will -
Mrs. Balenttne that under the of in- "
take place Tuesday, Professor Outnumber Students. comes eye
Contractors and BuildersP. says that she is sorry for the killing New York Nov. 5.. HA Boston special -
all her husband had been good to her. to the :Tribune says preparation '
crested out of their home
O. BOX 304 have begun for the celebration next ; ,
Hotel. Man Killed. year of the centennial of Andover I scity
Seattle, Wash.., Nov. 5.-A specialto I .
Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUPACTURURS Theological seminary. There are only ,
the Post-Intelligencer, from Ju. eleven students all told. there now, .
neau, Alaska, says Norman E. Smith
but it halt an .endowment of $1,000.-
a hotel man and a former'famous bl- 000 and Its professors outnumber thestudents.
0)-ol racer, baa been killed at. Ken ale i "
la the century just closing You Must Have Good PrintingWe p
near Hot Springs, by 'Robert !Reli.Th however, 2,168 students have
shooting was without Warning. been graduated, a majority of them Do That Kind of Printing '
Smith Ie sold to have a 'bad reputation entering the congregational: ministry.

among the miners and. Reid< claims to Last year only six gained a degree GIVE 'US YOUR ORDER
have !been threatened by the hotel-
During tbe last six years sixteen students .
keeper. were the highest' enrollment for

Seriously Wounded. anyone year.
German Officer
Nizhni-Novgorod, Russia' Nov. 5. --- The Tropical Sun Publishing Co.. j
,-Colonel Bozheranoff., of the Vlborg Horror Caused by a Loose Rail.
Atlantic City, N. J. Nov. 5.- -
; regiment, of which the German emperor INCORPORATED_
OP Is honorary commander, was seriously Coroner Caskll anounced Sunday; 1' c'
Doors Sash wounded by a 'bullet fired by night that experts In his employ had Printing and Publishing .
command while decided that a loose rail caused the .
member ct his
B own 1 1h 1r
West Palm Beach, Fla.
accident the railroadat
on Pennsylvania .
Blinds Mouldings the eoldlore were practicing volley firing v
the "Thoroughfare" draw bridge on .
with blank, cartridges. It iisaid .
-AND- that the shot was fired acct.. last Sunday, In which more than BO .
persons lost their live*. TheM men
Building Material dentally.
bad been at work examining the

CHARLESTON S. c.IIr Robber, and Citizen. Battle. ,bridge and cars all day. The details ,
New York Nov. 5.-A Portland. of their discovery were not' made pub. : cc, Cc, tCsrc3EccA Ccr Ccr Ccr fccA 1 iCc,' 1 fCcr Cc,'
Largest Factory South. Me. special to the World says that tic. The'Inquest will be continued, ,
Send for PricesFOWLER a desperate fight took place In the and grapplers who did work failed to
center 0( the city at midnight: between find the body of the missing boy Joseph -
four highwaymen and three street Macelroy.
railway conductor Two of the conductor .
BROS. war fatally slashed with ra- Rawlinga Must Hang.
sore A mob of BOO followed the Washington, Nov. 5.-The supreme
MACHINE SHOP robbers aut'captured two of them, court of the United State affirmed the II
---..--- deolalop of the Georgia supreme courtin
GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Sand and Gravel Value the case of John Q. Rawlings un-
ALL KINDU of LATHE and SHAPER WORK Washington, NOT. 1I';Aocordlag to des conviction In Lowndes county ot
a bulletin I l.al1ed by the' United-State that state on the charge of murder. West Palm Beach Fla.
GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES geological survey Jhe total l reduction toe effect of the decision 'being to

FOri' *f sand and gravel la 1806 was compel the execution of Rowlings, ,$
''SALE IJ.JTt.W: short tons, valued at |l';.. unless his lawyers succeed la finding "

'Near:Ferry tending Lake Front 01MSO, as against 48,647 short tore, other means 'of seeming a stay ot pre ..
valued at fGSS.Slo In 1904. ceding.
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Hum of the IJi'iiitx-intH, 'insV A.

BATTLE OF BALLOTS limit,*" for govuinm \\111 lie ''lurtt.. ,,ill :2to' Ju"'ha." t <:)has I

l II)) Jtl.WiOUonvcr. 1':;
Your Lady Friends Are Clothes-Critics> t Li And
brings ???,, 'fellowship,
OCCUVrUESOArCongressmen from 111\1' l 'e'
41i WILL\ Nov. 5. -Tilt? Republican what Is kuowu M reliable, | 'and

campaign managers are centering \
I (t -- their final efforts on an attack on.tbe. c .::1.Z'6aoZutsZg purs -W-wors
and Governors to. sentiment which it Is believed hitsdereiuped we guarantee you get ,
: : "' ,
other liquor 8Tw ;""tl 1
1. l In favor of the candidacy< when w. 1 }II'
I "',"I,'
1 Be El tcted. of fudge. Len: B. LImlR'!!y who Is JIt' drinking iWtn and "n "j "

-- ... running !Independently for /govi rnor. C +,) UVing& '' Jieallhy flrlok IUd| ? 1111'/111'/
ELECTIONS ALL .OVER: COUNTRY |! -- beneficial ]Buy ot us mid lit- .,?,,".Ih"l"
|I Richmond Va. Nov. 6.-In the
--- U0t
congressional election Tuesday 'the GeorgQcminole Z
Interest Centers In New York State- vote will be light. The Democrats t 'I ;: api

;1 Election for Governor Between Can- will entry without doubt all the districts IPmE .lotsZ: LL:
except the ninth now represented -
dldttei Hearst and Hughes Both
by a Republican. Both Ides\(

Side Claiming Victory. claims the district with chances In '

favor of the Democrats. Florida
) East
Atlanta, Ua. Nov. 6-Tuesday! Coast Railway

morning Is congresalonal' election day
Columbus, O. Nov. B.-The daybe1'ol' Local Tlmo Card No. 47.
la Effect
\, end while In Georgia the result Is a ? September 16, 1906. _
A (> election found campaign '
conclusion It Is nevertheless SOU11lBOUND-RBAD DOWN.
I \ speeches 'scheduled the fight continuing NORTHBOUND-JIHAD uP.b.89 .
be polled
Y i datable Unit a full vote
f to the laHt. The claim of the respective NDellre STATIONS,
sN the light vote cast In congressional NDellB Oi 8'

elections being the basis of many arguments chairmen attracted attention IOOpaa I !2Om v........_.... .. .o none ................. 726pm' -' -
but the apathy which has made necessary I OI pra< 8214o\m ... .._...11011&11 Jack.nnvUJ..Ly .
d S made In the halls of congressIn r Z"ID 10 C'IRm' .. ................1:11: Alllfn.Un.............. .. a 1181''... /4aieu"
II05, Uu of the position that south- an extremely atrenuous campaign 7 .Wpm 1llHam .............. lrantings. ................. 8 I6pm 'I V .
? \ support v 'B still apparent and falling, //I OI .
\ \ ern representation In congress be appointed off In the vote antici l88pmm< 12 Wm Ar....................'.ainika...'--.lr. 16'Spni _. 811Oa..
according to the voting population was generally 7 411, rm 11 loam L..I..I. tk.............. ......Ar 8 C61'm .d-n5eo.
registered. pated. 82r'pm' ........... ;-.....kxn,itoo .................[ .... a t.'.,
When in their personal as thus ............ 616am .............. 616w
Lv .
women are. Therefore .Cell Mates ............... ..Ar g 26pn'eopm .... .....
MOST comes under close scrutiny.: attire your- In this state the electors have but Jackson Miss. Nov. \ 12 S2pm- Lv..;. ................. lunxo ..................... r -T tope,; .."
self reproach by having your wardrobe made to your own to designate their representatives In 6.Mlssleelppi Cilpm 1240pm ..._..............I.lIpoul..... .............. Gi e'vkn.
beyond will return the Democratic candidate 9 tipm ll11pm .. .................. Ormond... .............. .. 41Jpm, !,, I
measures and Epncial order by congress for the eleven congressional IO 02pm' i 24pm ............... Aaytonn. ................. .. 8 ne}) ..
district In the state, and to formally In each congressional district 101Sp. 186l'm ............"..Port Orange. ................ .8 C6/,1II/ C ,I'4u.
in New York and 'Frisco are the 1e sn II ............... SfiplII 1'rxm,
tL Their model sanitary tailor-shops's Tuesday. General' apathy prevails OOpm Ar .New SIll'rnn........,....... 1,1I1,
I admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothes elect the three Democratic can and moderate vote 1 la a lMm< 4 44pnr Ar.. ............. l. JiiTI'I! ,on. .............. r 1 Wpm'/ -4 I "m
attained decree of the fill a expected. n 28am Mpm ............ ... ..... .t u'l I 'I"n--
to order for men thousands of miles away has a didates chosen In primary .OrangoVlty' ...... 12 Wpm ',
: r
U40a.. a II :........ :: 'i''J III
0upn .,..
from the time .ornnllEIt'JllaOlol1.! ..... :. j
dreamed of. In a few days of .i2
before tbe
perfection: never the position of judges newly 0/fiput. ................fleW 4r.I'E f'JI"' "
210pm .
select the cloth and the style you wish, your suit or overcoat is of Chicago Nov. E.-Since the closIng -. n .v. ... myna. Ar 8 lIIil'llI, y u out
you constituted state court appeals 10pm lCUI.m .. .............01111 lflll.l.v/ .
1 back from Taylor-on your backlGUARANTEES I Judge Richard B. Russell' lion. of the campaign on Saturday lllouu ii 61.m 9lSpm!! Ar..................TI '1BV IJ..................... .:, 2o3pm 2 COI.III 3'srrynn' II'
I nlglut both Chairman Boeechenstetn 66Upm :rrr..Rllurorrl.-t: : :,
\ TAYLOR ALL HIS TAILORING Benjamin H. Hill and lion. Arthur 0. .a SOplll lll1finn Lv .. .:.....".... ..Caafbrd' ................ ..y ;" it"n\ n
.. 1r Powell are the three& jurists thorn the of the Democratic state central committee 11 lrn 8 tijn; Lv... ..'...,............1.I .vlIl......... .... ...... Ar! ....!I.6Opm_ --ii I""",-
.W. show samples an4 take measures and Chairman of the Republican la Slam 8611'11I ....................I.oro..J.v" 06I'ID .1 I "",
.- democracy of Georgia have chqsen to Committee 128-1..m. 8&1na., .................Hu"klo.l.III.l .. ........... .. t alien sun'
.- wetir" the ermine on the bench of the Went, have busied j 1Olam) 422pm ................ran (.nl1u.... ............. .. 120'11I' i Iwun, ,
FINE LINE GENTS' FURNISHINGS themselves with what they term an I 113Bm 4SOpua ". .................M'olbourn.., ..... ...... .. .. 1 12471'11I. n.m.
court of appeals and being without "J' 16nam IIIOpm ................. 8.hll,1I1I1I .., ......,. ..... 87/'ln' 1 'em"
will receive the full vote accurate forecast of Tuesday's elections r 24eam. OOOp.o ................ .1<1. Ieu.la............ ...... .. .. 11' "III, 1'' ."
opposition, I 'lI&"m .................l I' ll"lII I' '>>'01
t Their estimates of the results 916pm .I'.ur.'I.'l'co./' ........... ...... "
I. GO > Ofi fast. S lIOam .a. 8'1'11I ............ ....... 'flhl.I1.. .,.............. .. .' 11".11I\ J I "I
t t vary widely. Chairman Boe 7 8 Sham\ 0 flpm ....................Cden.................... .' 101.11I. 111"1"" i
t' In.I his( the fifth congressional' district chenstein claims that Democratswill I 8 COBID 0 f6pm II ..... ... .. '". JI.'n... .............. .. 101..111': 1\\ I pn' '
t the 861am .................. .. 10 "alii 11 ut 111
Palm Fla Hqn. Leonldas F. Livingston, 117/m .. .8tu..rt......... .......... IU
Merchant Tailor, West Beach. carry Cook oounty, by 10,000, and 1 ice,, 72Rpm .................lIob'Hfl/"nd..... ........... .. Wen. III ''I '"
O lnlll '
the present representative in congress ) West 4..011lD 7./Peat'/, ............... .Wo.tJup"er..... ........... I". 1'"
without opposition and will Cbalrmim asserts that the Republicans IIlnam S Item ...............WootI'8Im01'.. .... ....... .. DIRnlll 101'1'' ''
is will have a plurality of at 64Jxm 'S4IplO ................ .. OYnlon...... .... ... .. 8"r'am' ""I. Imedtsm '
be returned to represent the district) 31) bob 8011.m, .......... ...... ...I belsy, ......... .. .. tlriwnl') 11''O
least in Cook: county, a 48am COlno u ?...........tram I.8I1do..I,10... .... ...... .. 812"m roam 8''' 1m '
wlilcli be has so ably represented fora ,. o 7..m. 9 C7pm II .........,..........})..lIlu... ....., .. ....... 7 ;>,, 7 r, '1""
7 OIInm g < ................ I. 711""" 7 I"
long number of terms' .1I811.nju'o.[ ... .......,.... .
Boston, Mass. Nov'I.The/ polit- 788/ ,,,5 102111'''' ................Lemon. ('II)' .... ...., .. 7 11\1"111"\ 7. I' m''
The Democratic candidates for congress 711Oa'n' 10 DOpm Ar................ .. 81" ""ill 711"" "
I In the order of districts, are as ical campaign Oils year Is being carried 0 Wan' .......... ., Lvi./ .............. .. el MI8ml..J.v.lnrnl. .. .... .......... .: v.. ..II.!W.au.'....,.. ; 'J o
follows: on practically until the openingof 10110.14 .... ........ Ar2................ ". ..... ...........; ..:....... L" ,1'''m"
the polls. Governor dulld addressed -
Charles Edwards of Savannah ; J. of rnfTot parlor C'.,rs on. trains. 25 and, 78. lluirol 9ldailii. ;Oira;: on fr.In.1 t ; Co! aud'Is." -- -
a meeting men at 1 Dally except uniluy."
M. Crlggs, of Dawson; E. B. Lewis, -. _. .
.SHOLE 'anuell Hall at noon Monday while == ,,, -
l =
of &fontezuma; W. C. Adamson, of N.. 231 I No.21 19Olf
John D. Moran the Demicrallc, pro- NDo ; MAYPOR1'' No.O ,
Carrolltou; L. F1. Livingston, of New- Sunday SOo r .IIt'" liloopt DRANeu I No 18 S\I"dy II I. 2'
hibition and Independence league can- Only 1 Sunday D.lly r U.
S. Bartlett of 0,1))
ton countyCharles! ,
; dldate, planned to visit all the 25 2 )Opm 1) ;;'m... Inpmt-II OOenl Lv..Jnck.nn,9.I., .. :; I
Macon; Gordon Lee of Chickamauga; Boston wards Monday evening, making 0111'111 1111Np1' > UIHpm 110148'" .....8unh.inrk' '"avltie..' ''':.''. .'i.Ar 114'r.,. ,,'' ",
W. M. Howard, of Lexington,; T. W. I 10pm Wpm 11 .1' am ........ .1'8hb. nra.. I. .. ..... ..\ :,4m1' I ,, ,
7 ,
brief speches In each, \\r'I 11I 10 IIliI1'D /WIpUI/ 0 IIntll u .......Atln. .. 11
\ il ; u I Ie 1 I. r.II..... .. I 7" ,n',' ,
Hanlwlck/ of Snndersvllle T, JI, Wpm l11Unm 7 Wpm 10 00..111. Ar........ ....N.y""n" .. ...... .Lv. R ....UII!, II II 1,"" I
!Bell: ? of Gainesville; W. U. tram -
Montgomery, Ala. Nov. 8.-Chair- :
; AT KM'
man J. Craig Smith of the state i.i

Democratic executive committee i.. Close Connection Mad at Miami with '
New York, Nov. B.-Monday witnessed \ Steamships cl be P. & .0. S. S. Coir -. '','T.
confident that there will) be a larger Havana. and Key. West. '
l the closing( scenes in one of
Democratic vote polled Tuesday thanin
the most" remarkable political campaigns SOUTHBOUND ---

of the history of the Empire state eeevral and congressional years. Also nominee that of every the 1/V UEKT.TllCTrtays..\ n.lays, Bntnrrtnys..11, SuuJayi.: 1 40pmArKKY ooiin Iv nAVANA..Tburadxyn.NORTHBOUND .. l ,
State. By the last ...... Arkl'Y.WKST: :::: rhnr.dsv.:: ::
midnight public LvKKYWFsr {WeJnoxlays. ...... g oopra Lv ; \
word had been Broken and nothing! party will be elected by Increased' ma-' ,.Ar UA.V.A A..Tbnr.rl..f.,...... .. SU ui At 61JAM1 jJY11'F11T.'CbulerLe''eM'.n4a.:....NrldayrTunulayn' <. .' "a
remalnej but the story to be told by (\d.JitIOI\A-1 Sailings between Key West acid"Havana.- --

the ballots themselves. Who the St. Louis, Nov. 5.-Reports from '1:JUT KEY: WEST..Monoays, 1","'",...... 8 OOnni LY11A1'ANA.TnewUnptPaumiar.> ,
hero of the tale will be, cannot be .A.A.HAVAHA..Tue. aapuday..... 8 Seem I Ar KBV, Wt,; 'f.Tu. ag, )'.!.!SnnmialI b
various points Spew that the Democrats
"NO-W-READY certainty.
forecasted( Old-
any expect! to I I Trains Discharge Passengers aUShlp's Side. No .
full Tram .
time methods of Intlclputlng) the results .secure a vote on e ;

) of an election have been render Tuesday; The'sTim. ebleshowthetimeeetwhlehtralnemsyteexpentedtonrrlrrnl-1 t. ,
from the .."eral' .! ., their arrival' or departure tV ,, rt
ed almost useless. Party lines Inmost ao 1>this Company<> b. hoW reiponnlblu for aurclolariTor ....... -.1-------- n 1 1
----------- Indianapolis, Nov. 5.-With the exception eO"1u..1I0tm.rlPOI' -'i" a
sections of .the state have
of a meeting Monday nightat Copy of the LOCAL TIMe CARD or Other Information
almost obliterated, Political affiliations
9aco )lunzs of a life-time have .been thrown Richmond, by Rev. Thomas H. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

Kuhn Democrat for congress 'In the J.: D. RAHNER Asst. Qen'J .
aside and thousands of voters Tues- Pas\ Aet.. ST. AUOUSTINF: A
day will follow tbelr chosen leaders sixth district, the campaign in Indiana .

fainting, 'EJa.pS'l' gauging, Graining, aanis2dng ... rather than any party. As an illus- closed Saturday.

tration of the conditions which exist
: J ,alsomlning !and Glazing the respective ]leaders of the great Nashville, Tenn. Nov. B.--The

I" All Work rtr.t CUM a,4, l jUave Your Ord.r .< parties, basing/ their estimates onwhat contest in Tennessee between M. R,
Patterson Democrat, and H. ClayJOvans
ntck.a they claim to have been careful,
()uaraM..c"r.\ |> Star .
painstaking canvasses have reached Republican, Is close. Both
parties claim the election
by from 20-
widely different conclusions ae to what
t% UO T to 30,000. The vote Is expectedto
WS= D.aZn: fte-acri the result will be.
be light
on account< of serious disaffection -

.i Detroit, Mich.'Nov. 5.-Both the I In Democratic ranks upon
. Democratic and Republican, campaigns which hope of the. Rebupllcan1 success -

::: In the state are finished. In this Is basal
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1 1i
city the street railway franchise ques-

tion has resulted In the warmest mu- Providence, R. I. Nov. Ii-; -Botft,

nicipal campaign In a decade. Inter parties Ire claiming victory 'at tha

-Ii Atlantic Coast Line I est Is the Intense Detroit and United the question Railway of a giving new- polls Tuesday.

franchise on a basis of cheaper fares, Philadelphia Nov. B.-The campaign -

ida, Georgia, Z ra amaA! irsrni.JYort'A heavy promises vote.'to bring., out an unusually In this etate and city closed f

i practically on Saturday night and the

'' (Carolina r Sout'A ((3a.roZin party managers devoted '''Monday to
f San Francisco, Nov. 6.-The polite, final l preparations for Tusday' bat-

leal campaign closed all over the state' tle.

: Monday with a general outlook of a

The Great Highway of Travel From : more mixed' character than ever before
New Haven, Conn. Nov. B.
: known In the history of the state.

t | Florida-East, West North South ]: This Is especially so In regard to the Republicans are confident of

:. election for governor. maintaining their majority of the last
several years and that Colonel Rol.

: St. Paul, Minn.Nov. 5.-"Monday Has Woodruff, of thl city, will be Four Sailings Each Week Between

To The East, The Famous : bernatorial saw tbe finish campaign of a hard-fought In Minnesota.gu- elected express governor themselves while as hopeful the Democrats of suc JACKSONVILLE0 NEW YORK

loricda and We o-k Indian "Jiimited ; cese. Calling at ChnrlNtool: B.c., both way*. '

ally conceded that the full Democraticstate Charleston, W. Va. Nov. 5.-After -

and J'oto or1ta pross ticket and the Democratic candidates at) active campaign the Repub- THE CLYDE NEW ENULAND AN1) SOLTHEIIX MNES

....:... In all congressional districts' licans claim four of the five congressional Direct Service Between

will be elected In Texas, districts. I JACKSOlTVILtH, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.


To The West I Lincoln, Neb. Nov. 6.-Both the Raleigh, N. C. Nov. 8.-The elec CalHnK at Charlmlon both way. '
$*:MI.Vl !:*KI.y
Republicans and the fuslonlsts are tion Tuesday will be quiet In North Southbound gAIUWGIS.From LewU'Wbarf" Boston

.Jrontgomery C.axzd: t'Ao tt'lixioqZyor ) : be'claiming chosen the Tuesday Nebraska and legislature which will to i Carolina, except district In the the content eighth being congressional Northbonno From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville

I elect a United States senator to succeed : between Blackburn, Republican Incumbent CLYDE' ST. JOHlNK::! RIVER LINE

va :fltZanta Joseph II. Millard. and Hiuckett, Democrat. Between Jacksonville and 3anford..

, Stopping at Pilatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereslord (DeLand) and
1 Pullman Cars And Through Coaches On All Trains Pes> Molnes. Iowa, Nov. 6.-Iowa Wilmington Del. Nov. 6.-Chairman : Intermediate Landings on the St. John RIver

will go Republican\ by 60,000 plural- L. Helsler Ball, of the Newcai- Steamer City of
ity according to the estimates and tle county Republican committee JacksonvilleappjIntodtoiallallollowM
predictions of the Republican diets a Republican pre Las,.., Jeckianvllle. Aiintlny,Tua!liiv< ....a Tnunntn, ..'::00 p.ntIt..IDK.I..av.
Atlantic Coast Line books good to all central victory In
mileage Dela.
5en'or..II"pday.. Wml.iee.lnyt anti FrlU.. .. UJO:: n. m.
committee, and will of y _
go Democrat. ware about
Washington 8,000 and the
points via all trains as far east as { lection
10 by a plurality between! 30,000 and of a Republican Southbound Northbound
legislature.! Schedule.
( and .west $t. Louis Cincinnati and JVew
as far as 10.000 according K> the Democratic React down.f.Mvejopra Heed. np

Orleans; rats $26 istlmatei. ..... .......... .... JACKSONVILLE. :, .. ..... .. .....Arrive oo emLeave .
'I Milwaukee, Wls. Nov. 6.-=All po- 143 p,5...... ... .. h.: ........ FALATKA: .... ... ... ... 8 oo pn
CONSULT THE PURPLE.FOLDER litical] parties arranged for the windup I costa ..... _... .. ...... .. ASTOR .... ..,;0....... ... .I I 39 PM
Topeka, Kani. Nov. 6.-It Is asserted of their campaigns throughout the 4 Jo em ... ... ........ ?' ,f. FRANCIS ., .. S rope

;Ford full and detailed information regarding by both peruse that almost state -- .. .. ...... ..1.,. P.1S..ORDL.'LAND' )...,.. .. ". x i

| rates Pullman reservation, schedules, call on full' ) vote will be gotten to the AnlnS.. 30 em,', .,.. .. ....... ... ... .....SANronn ...... ...... 9 3sa".
,nearest ticket agent or write : '."b. most epirtte fight ii polls to 0.1' ate............... ......................ENTERPltl p:. .. ... ... ...... ........ 1(Mioni/
your being Little Hock, Ark. Nov. '
6. General
FJLANK C. UOSL8TOX \V U. HTA1CH. waged on Governor Koch, and the republican 'Indications Monday are that the -Democrats Tlw '... Pus'ingerand Ticket Office.lii-w,;E avSt... Jacksonville

AI.erlotVwengeeArent Tr...V_..AgtntjBcknonvlllo nominee for rlwr!] com will alt r. M. JRfINMOMUi-te
: ,
carry Jr. .
seven district A.'a ( en'* Pee. Age IJII Weis gt"Jack""
ml..loDerl! W. u. 00.1'1:1&; : Kay. "VIII''L: YuV/.li .,
Ci Mllaa Orw_.r, at 1* the oongrMvlonaJ, election. .II' Pnlllht Art" V. 1' .

the Republican vmS&Hf+f ...,ioOB ao ojp.*IUou u six of the TimU d1sBate -*- *. O. HAOKBTY- h G.a-1 jJ."'00'." .HSS.,.,tNewYak. .VLY4NtI011LkEUen'1Fr't: .AI" !I. r
th..I.eWea! ft UtHXVb tL(\\I", Ues ,. '
'rte 604 .
a.Y.tittaYieehatd.nt: ) ndG..e..III.IIRKI'r. .
_ '
.. Lf' .. ,. ,lIe,4I1'.a1! : UWuea. kiaratl. Jlior'b alvar! ;JV' : Dr .
w Yu9A 'Dr" obollW odw.Xv '
q M.p,. 7q1. { ,,' t ,t. +4h "IJryAI 5 t. ",' 'J". ,IS' (, ,'. yt" _' .1.,.t.. ... :.*' ',,' ". e ,2 .'' ..(t .,. ,''J''"" I : ,,\ ,,. .

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'>\ rft'; t'' ., ': yfltvjvi'fr1*nru y' >WK1' ro

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The Owls' Whist Club held their -

i regular weekly meeting Monday nightat UJ'/Wti '(.. l.st, JO06 r
the home of 'Mrs. Olivia Burnham, SMOKE AN The Virginia I i -, ,_.

corner Olive and Evernia streets Next
Centrally LocatedElectric
Monday night the l ladies of the club will ,

entertain their gentlemen friends at the Hot and Cold Both Lights

Roy.1I home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. DaCamara, UHT-KC Cool Rooms and cuisine' the very "",I. Rut< H Jtj pet l.iv special! Rules by "
i on the lake front. the week or month, Cart iage run in couurctmn with h..u"0 and l from trains { .
I4OeGA. MUM A.. t... HAUOH, F>roprl. *..
Mr. Walter Haugh\ reached home .--
Monday night from the North, where '
he has been spending; the summer in 6 I e"pal.I I'
Dak.ilif Pow erA various! cities lIe wiU remain ill West ) 5 : '

Palm.Beach during the winter season, Fronting On Lake Worth a' ,

with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. AND BE HAPPY Large home like hotel well appointed and beaulifully located, giving the coin"
Haugh, at The Virginia. forts without the coat of the more extensive ones. Situated on Lake Worth oppo- j
I site Royal Poinciana lIntel. Whire waitresses, electric bells. Good fishing, hunt. ding
slutely Mr.Jas M. Owens, a well known and boating Rates $1.50 and $3 per day, special rates by the w ek.
popular citizen of the East Side, is tell THIS: PAX-MS. SValm B.aob
Pure ing a gcod joke on one of his friends SOLD AT I t
who took an Impromptu bath in the lakea OVERLOOKING LAKE WORTH

I few days ago. Mr. Owens refuses to Iia. Plaza 1

divulge the name of his unfortunate 66 OPEN ALL THE YEAH '
I friend, but says had It not been for the 99 'I:,

TARTAR BAKING POWDERRoyal assistance of the onlookers the young Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly Furnished Throughout. Rates "-
man would certainly have found a watery 17 are most moderate consistent with cleanliness under the personal supervision of f

grave. Mrs. E .A. Durkhardt
does not contain an atom of \ P. O. Box 238 Late of( Atlantic City, N. J.
Miss Ella Chapman of the Currie Investment I i

phosphatic acid (which is the Company: left Monday morn. Mrs; 'Parrish x f >?

product of bones digested; in sulphuric ing for Miami whole she will be e.n-; P oii-ee) t t ta Come h
West I'aim
acid) or of alum (which is gaged for the next several weeks In Beach '
compiling and completlog' from the Florida "
one-third acid Why Not Give a Trial f
sulphuric ) substances county records a set of abstract books I
adopted for other baking pow- for the company. The statement that Order To Centrally located, at Corner of Poin':etta sod\\vernla!; Streets. Rates |r.jo

ders because of their cheapness. the Currie Investment Company would to fa 00 per day. $ro oo per week.

open a branch office In Miami was er- 1
ronouSu, Mr. Currie accompanied Miss Seminole Hotel

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW, YORK., Chapman to Miami to assist in ge'tingthe Rates $2.00 and Up .
work of transcribing started.Mr. .
I Edward G. Black
-- and Mrs. are
I GEO. ZAPF, ProtrietorNewly

paragraphs .,?f Miss Isabella Donnelly left Monday from expected New York to reach city West about Palm the 15th Beach of GASOLINE and OIL Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. Accommodations For 150 Guest
for a week's visit in Jacksonville! 1
the present month, and will spend the
Local; Interest Dr. II. C.JIood spent Monday at his winter here occupying the Jefferson DELIVERYCARL I\\) NOW,OPEN

orange grove near Jupiter. cottage formerly occupied by Mr. and I. Z S1n tS 'r 'OttL S Clematis Two blocks Ave

Mrs. W. E. Faber left Monday for a Mrs. A. :R. Beaujon. Mr. Black is president 3 west'of R. R.
:Mr. H. P. Brannlng went to Miami i visit to Jacksonville and Green Cove of the East Coast Electric Light; MRS. C. F. CROSBY, Proprietress i :

Monday: on professional business.' Springs.Mr. Power and Ice Company, and is also Everything up-to date. Table services unexcelled. Rates only $l.oo

Mrs. W. P. Hatchett vitas returned : 'Frank Idner Is having an addition attorney for the estate of the late, Joseph West Palm Beach, Fla.

from a visit to her sister, Mrs. McAtlia. built to his dwelling, on Evernla I Jefferson. It is quite probable that KETT.LER /

ter-Beck, In Miami. street. many, improvements in the Jefferson
Mr. R, E Realer, the photographer Mrs A. T. Rose and daughter Miss properties will\ be the result of Mr. Manager' THE SEHGLE HOUSE

spent yesterday in the vicinity of Defray Lillie, left Monday morning for Jacksonville -I I Black's protracted stay in the Cottage .-.---- NOW OPEN

where he did some photographic work to spend carnival week. City. rer.re..-' 1'' 1
---- :$ i s
lor the Currie Investment Company. Mrs. E. S. Fowler and little son "A Home Away From Home" i

Mrs L. Matheson and' family,of For t are spending the week in' Jacksonville, THERE'S NO USE (t-oe I oe. .r@up
Pierce, are the' guests of the former'e;I enjpylng the festivities incident to the for For Sale t hr
Herblne the
mother and sister, Mrs.. G. W. Sander carnival. talking, you Factory r Centrally located and near
regulator ever offered ut c"
liver. The greatest
Lake Worth. Cool airy
ion and Mrs. Henry J. liar by. Mr.,G. C. Barco left Monday night for
to Buffering humanity. If you suffer IH: WEST PALM BEACH r I rooms best table t
Mr. A. B. Otwell baa resigned: bis po Jacksonville and will spend the weekin from liver complaint, if you are bilious : service r;
.itlon with the McDonald Lumber Company the metropolis enjoying the carnival and Heroine -
and fretful its liver,
your RATES $:I.OQ PER MV '
at Miami end will\ spend the attractions.Mr. "gtj ll h
will it in its condition. A i
put proper
Victor Talking
winter at WestPalm Beach. Geo. Warder Bacon, of Pelican positive cure for Constipation Billiousness. rrHE I Special Rates By The Week i.

I Y. and Mrs. W. R. Moses returned Lode) is expected to reach West Palm Dyspepsia and all ills due to a torpid ,:J.D Machine is ,a regular F. V. SEAQLE, ProprietorBrriggs

Monday night from Portsmouth N. II.. Beach from Philadelphia Friday, and liver. Try a bottle and you will Sunshine Fac

where they have been visiting relativei will the here. else. Sold by A. G. '
spend season never use anything tory" 3C There are no OPEN Nov 10A ; r
and friends the past three months. .
Faber Brothers have ,made arrangements when Select
Mrs ]J. R. Anthony has returned from to secure for their trade a fine lot dull days youhave Cottage Winter HomeUrNOEK f

t two months visit' with relatives in of fat, home-grown turkeys foi Thanks- Turkeys for Thanksgiving. one in your home. "

Washington, Ga., and will spend the giving. Give them your order today. We have been fortunate in securing hear lrlE PINES"Hot i
Come and a few
winter with her son and daughter, Mr. and Cold Baths on every floor. Large, airy room;good: wholesome) cooking
for our customers as fine a lot of home- and best service. Rates and rates by the week.
for $2.00 ft day. Special
and Mis. Emil D. the Lake Fine, fat home-grown turkeys by the great opera'starsj very 50 per
Anthony, on songs
tn West Kvernia and half No consumptives taken.
Give us order, grown turkeys as was ever seen street, one one blocks from the Lake.
Thanksgiving. your
front. Palm Beach, and we shall be pleased to comic recitations MRS H. E. BRIGGS, ProprietressNOW
ana we will dress it and deliver to your
Mr.and Mrs. T. L. Chadbourne and order for Thanksgiving.
have OPEN
door when wanted. Faber Bros. 3w. your and funny sayings. '
,family will reacil,here Saturday from Order today. Faber Bros.. 3w. : The
The county court Is in session In Miami Keystone Datura Street near w .
Houghton, MI:h., and will spend the .
this .. having met Monday morning. Center of Town
lummer at their pretty home on the lake ALWAYS WAS SICK.
( Quite a heavy docket will have to be Q) 1
root south of the
city. sick- Recently Enlarged ant RenovatedAu
When a man says he always was :
that the
disposed of, and it is probable
Mr. Geo. Zapf left Monday night for troubled with a cough that lasted all The Best Machine On Earth Ideal Family Hotel. Good home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms
Jacksonville, and will spend the week in court will last all week. winter-what would yon think if he Hot and Cold Baths Electric Lights and modern Improvements. Rates $a.oo per ;

the metropolis, taking in the carnival Mr. Howard W. Powers and family should say-he never was sick: since I To See It Is To Buy It day, special rates bv the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK Prop., West Palm Beach

l festivities, He will be the guest of his arrived yesterday from Decatur 111.and using Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Sucha

brother, Mr. Joe Zap who has recently will spend the flake' at their pretty man exists. Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, i AT LUMBER AND SHINGLES

returned from a two yeus' visit to .Eu winter home on front north of Colorado, writes: "For years I was

rope. the city. troubled with a severe cough that would Lake Worth Produce Co. .5"i h'\ "t To A"y Part of The .5tat(. X Inquiries!! Solicited

Monday morning Mrs. L. Constantloe Charles E. Gay, a prominent businessman last all winter. This cough left me in a "

commenced the work of moving her of Tamps was accldently: killed by miserable condition. I tried Ballard's Fresh Fruits and Produce Received Lowest!! Prices! ?,._ -

"lockof millinery and notions from the the (Discharge of hi.* own gun'while out Horehound Syrup and have not had a Dally. 1 Bakers of Bread to Eat

Stowers building opposite The Tropical hunting near Eilentown, Hlllsboro sick day since. That's what It did for M.cnair Son fernandina, Florida

Sun office, to her new stand in the An. County. me." Sold by A. G. Rlegel. r

foony-Strohm block on Clematis avenue, Among those leaving/; for Jacksonville .. -
.talt of Hotel Jefferson.Wit Monday morning( to spend carnival

) the exception of two. or three, all week were Mrs. J. C. -Lumber and Briggs CottageTo L. A. WILSON D i? u. Qm

ftns hotels In West Palm Beach are children. Miss Lillie and Master Edgar;
now represented in The Tropical Sun's and Miss Louise Majewski. Open SaturdayThat MANUFACTURER OF1
Hotel Director}. The attention of all Mr. and Mrs. George Newcomb arrived Boots ,and Shoes WHEN YOU WANT i.
interested Is directed to the advertise. will
Miami and
llleulI Monday from well known winter hostelry, Repairing In All Kinds of Leather II
appear the fifth page of make West Palm Beach their permanent
tnw Iteue.Dr'E. ; attractive homeon Briggs Cottage, under the personal man. Gooda Neatly Done k_ _
home, occupying their agement of Mrs. H. E. Briggs, will open Iii
A nice drive
.T. Buggy or Carriage to take a
Moore commenced the
has Datura street.
its doors for the season of I9o6-'o7 on Indian Tanned Buckskin
work of making several alterations to his B. assistant traveling A good Saddle Horse for a canter or exercise
Mr. B. Pyles, next Saturday morning, the loth, at i
Cottage"WFew! at the northeast corner of Olive auditor of,the Florida East Coast Railway breakfast. The early morning train:will and Horsehide ShoeFOR : Gooda'Delivered or Hauling of say kind done, call on ,

streets. The building will be spent yesterday in the city, having bring several guests who have. already .
modeled and greatly: improved, ,while stopped over to cast his ballot In the been booked. TENDER FEET THESTABLE r

gegrounde'will also 'be beautified, andante general election.( He left on the evenIng During the .summer months Mrs. Olive. St. North of New Jefferson' Bio

more attractive. train for points up the line. Briggs baa effected many changes In the THAT
Married 1, at the residence of Mr. and house, which has become known as
II.. Mr. E. B. Roys and family,who haye
*John C. Clark Novem- Pines* and SALEMy TREATS YOU RIGHT
her on Sunday, spent several winters in West Palm "The Cottage Under the FOR
4th.Miss Grace Bennett to Mr. Wal- while the building has been greatly enlarged -
wPnrdora, both of this city, Rev.Sam- Beach, but who spent last se"ol1'on the electric lights added bath rooms I Dogs, Guns. and Guides furnished for Hunting Parties ;.
lei S Pacific coast, are expected to arrive here place here knoiyi as "CERES, 25 v
< O-bson, paator of the Baptist and will remain bullion every floor betides many other 33P We send drivers with you If you wish "
it fronts
church from Michigan soon acres, railroad runs through ; on
officiating. The young couple the changes have not P 1
have throughout the winter season. Improvements Lozabatcbee river opposite railroad station horses are boarded agd'well taken care of
gone to housekeeping in their new with a view of handling
been wrought
houae> ;six room dwelling two room pack Transients!! fed at any time .
on At the regular monthly bvsiness than'heretofore
Rosemary street. more guests but for the:
Under log of the Fanny Haralson Gordon comfort and convenience of the guests. ing house, both old; most of land cleared WE SELL WOOD and deliver It to you

George the direction of Alderman Chapter TJ. D. C.. held Monday after The dining room capacity barf been Increased ; five acrea pineapples In fine condition &
Wellington, chairman of the the fertilized and good for 1,000 crates ; I
noon it was decided to forward to and guests coming to Briggs CAr1PBELL&MONROI3 .
Ile"telscommittee, the work of cleaning Confederate Soldiers' Home in Jacksonville Cottage,this season will find that the next season; price3ooo. Will exchange:: is !
streets has begun la earnest and will donation of $20. Other business for West Palm Beach or Miami improved
he PusheJ with' vigor until every street a transacted.In changes have beeu especially favorable property. One Block North of Bank West Palm Beach, Florida ra ,
I In the of a routine nature For dancing and card parties and other
city Is in fir.t'Cas9 1'V
] condition.
"emails avenue has been the starting the Kindergarten room next Fri- amnsements. HAL P. HARDIN D8Qg &;:llWOG8gU8DG

I1OllIt, and that thoroughfare has been day evening; from eight to ten o'clock, Mrs. Briggs yesterday, in talking to
IlleU y !improved. Miss Goold and Miss Clark, of the the Tropical Sun of the approachingseason ,

tot. Kindergarten faculty, will give a recep. said that she had already booked -" ..--- .--- .. .. -
ltal Franklin Sheen moved his tlon td the patrons and friends of the many guests for the season and felt I '

/the'estate office from theaee and story schools and the students in the high that the season now about to open would McGinley Bros. Co. C. A. WOODRUFF

lL' Jetr*non block to the room adJotulng school, in honor of the teachers. be one of the most pleasant and prosperous _
the Masonic Temple formerly t that West Palm Beach had ever en. Dealer 117
uPie.1 1 The season for fishing in the lake
by open
: Dr. C:, M. Merrill as an J loved.
I c '. Mr. Sheen's time is t largely taken commenced with the first of November ___________ Groceries, Hay Grain and Feed Hardware,

..with' civil engineering In connection tend the various fish companies are BE CHARITABLEto
UNDERTAKERSoIIt Granite Kitchen Ware
? 8 the drainage organizing large,crews with k view of .Crockery '
: operation to be carn
to yourself
hones as 4
hd! oothwest of 'tba city by the doing "big business this season. It Is, You your peed not suffer from pain of any Jugs and Harness

PIo"dO\. E*" Coast Railway'bat be will expected that the catches of mack.rel, horses need not suffer. Try FULL LINE LATEST FISHING TACKLE
Qlntlnue his and other rarities of fish will lort-your EMbALMERS
real pompano ,
estate business' and bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment, It .
ufr,f Out h. hau a large and attractive be quite heavy this season, and preparation cures a all pains. J. M. Roberts, Bakersfield ,Mapes Fertilizers. Sanders Fertilizer
q properties which b. will offer this to this end are being
&IoQ. Mo., writes: "I have used :your Companys Fertilizers
of fish shipped
for ten and find it the b// t
from I Liniment years
rofsbed or this place are taken from the belt I bar ever used' for man or beast." Parlors Oppottlty 'M atonic. Temple Qorrjer poirjseHa aQd ,Bar yaq Streets"l
flll'Dlahtcoltaze for i however, and the flab law therefore
sat, McCinley. Brothers Co U.I little effect. Sold b/A. G. Riegel. .. I t

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The Philosophian l'..1IuiU' a !RIhE; RI\A.I. {o; I HAD A CLOSE: CALL. .I, -:

I The moat f. ''"119 !strike >reakou' int i "A dangerous rurglcal) operation, involving I
'H" l land l arc I .iq'a ;Ne.< ,> L.re] Pills. the removal of a nmHgnHut ulcer -
mii Literary Society Wh'u Leer aid i i! \bowels soon strike they I' as large as my hand, front my SIRKIN CO.
4 quickly, settle! the, tumble find the purifying Ilau hler's hip, was prevented by the -&.
A M'1)i nil"rcfclinj iiuethiur of theP work KO' s right! on. Best cure for application of Bucklen's Arnica Salv. ," '

:i]"' .plnau Literary Society was held uou&npatiou, lu..HJiu.lie null duzmetw. I says A. C. Stickel, of Miletns, W. Va. .. ,.. ,
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In the school auditorium on Friday, 250 Ht all rlrUIlI'ts.Orange "Peraistent use of the Salve completelycured : lf
I N v. -Mid, at 2: "p.lit.Tin it." Cures Cuts, Burns and Injuries' ,
meeting was called to order with and grapefruits:"' shipments are 250 at all druggists.; 1'i t
the president> in the i linn, .ml l after still holmnx! their own, and tile rtcord OUR STRONG LINE 1j 1jf"
for each, week ared with
as comi all
roll-call the end
secretur I the minutes
of the pievloua mc)<'ti,.s, which were previous"' enaonticmiUiiuy4 to be broken. For Sale at a Bargain.Two Stranger This Year Than Ever
approved. This week the shipment were 9,777 horses, single and double wagon, ,
AH there was no buiim.-s to come before which, added to the. shipments already one undercut, surrey and 'bus. Call or I I "
the Society, the fiilloniug enjoyable reported, brings the total for the season address} Mrs. Tiffany, West Palm.Beach f /
program wa then given: : to 53.846 boxes, and two Jean ago, 44,- Fla. tm The Kirschbaum Clothing ,
674 boxes -Fort Myers\ Press.
Piano Solo- "Filth Noclurne"llerlhaEhott.
Cleveland Chalnless Bicycles, $40.00 !
and Our Own Mahe
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while they last, nt CummiuKs, Clematis -- --
Declamation Heim.
Anecdotes-A.tta Down. avenue, opposite Bank Anthony's Clothes
Great happiue. came into the home Suits in the Latest i
Rending-"A Composition on Boy"-
f I RuIllce. of S. C. JH'air, school superintendent, at Pictures framed at McGlnley Brother. ARBALWAYS
St. Albans, W. Va., when his little I Company. Styles and Fabrics at
Current Events-Minnm Stowers. 1 .
daughter was restored: from tbe dreadful CORRECT
Recitation-"Curfew Must Not Ring I I
Tonight"-Ileleu B. Hood. coujj/lulnt be ua es. lIe nays: "My $12,50 $15 and $$20SIlOBS ,
N. C. JONES $10
1 little daughter/: bad St. VII us' Dance, :
Recitation-"The Bran New Organ"Susibelle They Are at the front of the clothing
which yielded to no treatment but ,
Dirlituj.! grew business on the East Coast. First winters
cltatlon-"tbe- Little Page"-Lucv steadily worse until as a last resort we I Contractor and Builder i Shipment just In,- Blacks and Blues _
II tried Electric Titters! and, I rejoice to two and three piece suits In any cut or
j Critics Report-Grace Andrews say, three boltle effected a completecure. Building of Dock! and Boathouses a II I grade v
Quick, sure cure for nervous SpecialtyP. I $24.00
The program was thencl d with ana
__ complaints, general debility, female I
extemporaneous debate, In which the O. Box: 411. I
weaknesses, impoverished blood and $22.50 ;
p president, after announcing the .- To assort-I
our large
malaria. Guaranteed by all druggists. West Palm Beach Fla.
I I "Resolved That the Annexation of $1 8.00
Price soc. II
Cuba Would Injure the Pineapple In
I ment of Shoes we have
dustry of Florida," appointed, Miss! $16.50
Myrtle Miller and Edward Owe. g to The Bond mills, at Lake Helen, ale [ ,
n represent the affirmative, and Miss\ doing an Immense business, the present Winter Home Site, add d the celebrated 12.00

Helen Flood and Philip Helm the nega being the busiest season they have ever .
tive. After listening to the aiKum 'ut* bad. The pay roll of these mills is FLORSHEIM SHOEFOR Bros.
Anthony ,
from both sides the judges, Grace Andrews about $75,000 per year, or nearly $Lyo I

: _ Frederlka Brelsford aud Ira per' week.-Volusia County Record.A I II I oo feet fronting on lake, near town MEN WHO CARE
'. Williams, decided in favor of the negative 1,350 feet deep. -. Is crossed bv' Olive

}4 after'whicb, ou motion, the Society. YEAR OF BLOOD street 750 feet from lake. Unfinished/ 55 and $6 Per Pair """
dwelling windmill and tank place Is
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Society were and for
piped peril arranged irrigationwith
in the home of F. N. Tacket\ of Alliance -
greatly pleased and the
encouraged by 1
standpipes; sewer pipe into lake; Beautiful LotsIn
presence of several visitors during the Ky.r as a year of blood; which complete bath room fixtures with hot WEST PALM BEACH
afternoon, and are always glad to welcome flowed so copiously from Sir. Tacket's water; nice lawn and a great many fruit
iN all who may wish to attend. lungs( that death seemed very near. He trees, all in bearing.!'. For a limited time
HELEN B. HOOD, Editor. writes: "Severe bleeding from the lungs:' this plAce is offered at $4,350.00.: Applyto The New Railway Addition
(Mb and a frightful cough had brought me at WALLACE R. :MOSES West,, I'alm .
Bach, Fla.
death' door, wUen: I began taking Dr.King's .

1NOTICK.In !: New Discovery for Consumption,

: Count lu<1ge's Court, Probate Jurisdiction with the astonishing result that after To the City of West Palm Beach.
taking four bottles I was completely restored _._ ... _.
Dade County, State of Florida and as time has proven, permanently -- '" ... Convenient to Bridge, ferry Hail'
Iu the matter of the Estate of)
Patience P. Ward, deceased> ) cured. Guaranteed for Sore FABER BR0S. road station and to the business part
Notice Is hereby given that ou theeevnth Lungs Coughs aud Colds, at all drug.I
day of January, A. D. 1907,1 kists.! Price see and $.00.. Trial. bottle. I of town. Prices Low and Terms
; shall present my accounts for final.get-) discount will be allowed
Y free. Jl good
tlenient md apply for my dlilcbarpe; SELL ONLY THE PUREST .
as executrix: of the Estate end of the for CashFor .
Last Will and Testament> of Patience A New Departure.To .
P. Ward deceased' to t"e! County GROCERIES = MEATS
Judge, at Miami. Tlu-le Cn"nly..Plorlda. my stock of hardware, groceries, I '
Dated June 3"th, A. D. 19c6. bay, grain.and feed, I have added the Ii I plats and full information apply to
Victoria Adelaide Root.
well known brands of fertilizers, i ZAPF BLOCK OPPOSITE
Executrix of the Last Will and Test. two FERRYI WALLACE R. MOSES
amentof Patience I1 Ward, deceased.H. Mapes "Ftrtilzers and the Sanders' ,
Pierre Branuina{, Fenllizer Co's.( products. C. A Wood I Agent: Florida Ei st Coast Hallway Land Department?
torney for E'IIecu': < ?1 c.DWitt'f3 :. ruff, corner Pomsetta and Banyan streets. Post Card Will Bring Our Order Man to Your
I West Palm Beach, Florida.
Door. Give Us a Trial
:f1::t Salve Talking: Machines and Records l. ul' '
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1SD Patrons o the paper are invited to look here each week for bargains in real estate and houses for rent:

i fj :furnished or unfurnished, X WE MEAN TO DO A AND OFFICE BUSINESS. x WE PRO f)

} 1-4 POSE TO SPEND $&000 IN ADVERTISING. We will have two men soliciting: buyers and ten ,

ants, and we will take you by boat or carriage to any property you want, free of charge. : Our office !3

will be open from eight o'clock in tho morning until six o'clock at night and we will be prepared to give you-any I

@ kind of information you want and allwe: have will be at your disposal if you wish to write a letter or see a map or s

P learn the lay of the la.nd.VE WILL CONSIDER IT A PLEASURE TO THUS SERVE YOU. X Our

-I_ l) Company will also ,

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

.:'9 If you' have money to Invest we will get you 8 per cent on large loans and 1Q per cent. on small loans,. clear and give you mortgage 'on property

i worth twice the amount to secure you. \\X If you want to borrow money we will obtain it for you and ba responsible for the repayment providing your

"i {? security in good: in consideration of a small negotiation fee. X To capitalists we will sell winter homes and attend to their property' when they are I

\2) not residing here, just as carefully as they would attend to it themselves. X To workingmen/: .and he-year-round residents we will build and sell

I domes on the pnyineut of a small amount down and the balance of payments in amounts proportionate to rent; by this means 100.00 will buy
r you a borne, the balance of tbe payments will actually be what you would have to'pay for rent. .


We Believe In The Future Of West Palm Beacht!


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

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

r' i? with us and the first thing we would like would be to have every furnished house in townthat is for rent on our list,10. E ta

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