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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Oscar J. Briggs Met I Circus ComingTo Delray Cannery I: Endurance ,Race 1


,TownThe To Start UpIt

A Horrible DeathFell Here to Daytona

_. ._ circus':19 coming to town, and/ will be1 gratifying to the people ,
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the' small boy is in his glory., of all parts of 'Dade county to learn

In Epileptic Fit With Lamp in Hand and Was Literally Sun Brothers Big Railroad Circus, that final arrangements have been I Palm Beach Power Boat Association Definitely DecidesOn ,

with their .scores of trained animals, made! concerning the canning factoryat
-* Baked Alive. Funeral Interesting Event. Many
consisting of elephants, camels educated Delray, which plant was not oper- 1

This Morning mules!! and other interesting per- ated last season, New EntriesThe

fomers will exhibit in West Palm It Is reliably stated that a new
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Beach on Saturday December 22nd, concern will operate the plant under
:
One of, the most horrible fatalities HOW IT HAPPENED long race suggested between St. gliding gondolas, jubilee singers of !
afternoon and evening. new management, and that It is expected '
:When found by his brother the de Georgia, Virginia and Tennessee will 1
that has ever saddened West Palm Mr C 3. Clarke, advance agent, to commence operations at an Augustine and Palm Beach has been
ceased was lying on the floor with arranged, but Instead of going from hold forth and the music will also
Beach occurred yesterday; morning at was In the city Monday and completed early date.
the burning lamp near his hand, and St. Augustine to Palm Beach the race have a southern softness. The Illumination
4:300'cloCk. when Mr. Oscar J. Briggs: arrangements for the coming of Public notice has been duly given
: the of his body waa all after the of the shores of Lake Worth,
upper portion will start at 'Palm Beach, .
be better that meeting of the stockholders of
which Is said to a
the show
badly burned that hedied from ,
was BO ,
the of Mr. H. M. Flagler, and
In effort was I grounds
As will
flames. soon aa an before. third annual carnival Is over, and
than One Interesting the Planters' Packing and Preserving '
the effects before noon. this year' ever
to' the 'Royal Poinciana will be done In .
him the flames shot river
made to move proceed through the Indian
About twenty .minutes to five o'clock feature this year Is the price Company, the present owners of the .\
to the ceiling showing that the ''Halifax the most artistic manner
upward Daytona, finishing at :
which Mr. Clarke cannery, will ba, held at thecompa-
of admission,
people were awakened by the says
many his body was covered with oil. This Yacht Club of the latter city, whose \ Entries of fast boats from the northare I
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to the satisfactionof ny's office at Delray, on Thursday, the
ringing of the fire bells, and the de- has been arranged 1
leads to the belief that he had attempted The. commodore, J. 'II Allen, Is actively interested coming in to the representative of
price for adults 20th, one week from tomorrow, for
promptly goingto every one.
. paftmont responded the Palm Beach Power Boat Association -
to arise at the usual hour, in the proposed race as wellas
will be 60 cents, and for children 25 the purpose of authorizing: the! sale '
Cottage
adjoining the Briggs .
building '
a ; and had been taken with one of his the other members of the Halifax .W. J. !Morgan, Eighty-fifth street ', \
lease or other disposition of the en-
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Evernla street, Before the cents.
on falling the floor with Club which northern and Broadway, New York. ;
attacks, across Yacht of many
reached the building how- The show' ground baa not yet ben tire plant, property, franchise and '
department the burning lamp in his hand members, Among the entries that are now positive I f
falling yesterday's
yachtmen
are says
the flames selected, but It ,Is expected that' the business, and Its future business and I
It .
aa was,
ever, prompt In such a way as to cover his body TimesUnion.The are, the :Dixie owned by Commodore
will be pitched one of the control, and to rescind and cancel
tends on
the propertyloss
had been extinguished, '
with oil from the lamp. prize will be the most unique Edward J, Schroeder of the
lots in the Railroad Addition. certain resolutions adopted at' thestocltholders'
large vacant : !
to nothing.
amounting Motor Club of America the Mercedes
;
Many guests from the Briggs Cot last and historical ever offered for the
The sad story in a nutshell, is as meeting April. U S. A. owned by Herbert Lincoln '
,
tage were quickly on the grounds, and after the of boat race, as It will be made of silver ,
Aside from the educating and entertainment Immediately meeting
follows: rendered sustantlal aid to the family taken, from Cervera's flagship ,when Bowden, of the Marblehead Yacht ,
stockholders the board of directors '
valuable the
carnival, grand and -
has for a
:Air.: Oscnr J. Drlggs I Club of Boston
the In their work admiral struck
and fire department the famous Spanish
this aggregation will hold a meeting. It is learned -
lived with his brother mlenaglerle,
number of years of rescue his colors. | A. D. Proctor Smith will enter two

Mr. H. E. Brlggs, at ''Brlggs Cottage BURIED THIS MORNING presents the cream, of the acrobats that the company" which proposesto It was the crew of the dispatch boat Simplex racing boats and the Chicago 4
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aerial artists and educated take the management of the Canning -
sleeping In a small cottage near Oscar J. Briggs was born at Con. tumblers, of the Associated Press that boarded (Motor !Boat Club will possibly furnish i
semi-Invalid horses. Lack of space prevents an factory have ample capital to "
the hotel. He has been a from Commodore Cuthbert.Air. .
Theresa and the an entry
stantlne, Michigan, sixty years ago,, the burning Marie
and that will be
for many years, being subject to epileptic but for the past scVeral years had extended account of the sterling at- push It no money crow of the Dauntless, which was for- | James H. Hoadley will enter the '.
in the I .
with the spared making enterprise a
actions. to be seen only
with Brlght'9
fits and afflicted made his home, la West Palm Beach 1 1a ; merly one of the flllibusterlng steam- ,Den, and Price McKinney of Cleve.
disease. He accustomed to rising ; of time Sun Brothers' 'Shows; but among success. I Spain, ; land, owners of that record breaking .. (
greater portion the on account ers that aided Cuba against
Is well known the ,
the marvelous fact that
It
mentioned a
be
them
and it .is may
very early in the morning of his poor health. He Is survived that took from the Spanish vessel the standard will In all probability enter

presumed that he was just getting up by a wife, who Is at present in Ardello Family, six in number I product manufactured by the Delraycannery detachable goods such as chests of .the new New'York production. These ,.
is to the best
acrobats equal
,
accident the leaders of refined posers very
yesterday when the frightful brother Mr., E. head lights etc. fast boats and some twenty others.
Chicago, by a Henry silver, side lights, ,
the cube little turned out in the country in fact It
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and
his pyraralders has
occurred At any rate brother J. H. Clarke of Ardmore Pa.,
Bi' lggs, of this city, and a sister -Mrs. Hollla : Oreehieaf &; Crosby of Jacksonville
Madam baa been stated by that the
!( Nettle experts
at riding pony
attracted
l&Ir Henry Brlggs, was .W, H. Spitzer, of (Miami, besides other : exhibited the silver for some time and again entered file fast boat the Bruiser 'I
about halt past four o'clock by an relatives.! (Mrs. Spitzer was notified and her teamof Arabian beauties; Baltimore canneries, which are con- It was then seized by the United In which he bas placed a new en-
and going to a window the iSmllletta Sisters In their sterling sidered to have the lead, cannot compete and both he and Lieut. Hugh L. ; ,
unusual sound : gine,
district
by wire of the accident, but was unable States marshal of the southern
heard his aerial acts; Prof:. Ashburn, and his with Delray as to quality. As i
In the Briggs Cottage i ibrothel' to catch the morning train yesterday : of Florida, Capt. John F Horr, who 'Wllloughby, who will again enter his
the' school of six trained ponies; those to the plant proving a profitabble In-
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that he has
groaning and saw speed boat the Porpoise, which
She arrived last night, how- :retained possession of it for three
Interior of his room, was in flames, accompanied by her husband. (Marion Boys and their performing vestment there la not the slightest : been refitting at Newport, will be serious .
but ever, donkeys, their score of beaulful, in- doubt, provided it is backed with years. '
lie hurriedly went to the rescue contenders for the Sir Thomas )
The funeral took place this morning; The owners of the Dauntless and her
brother tellgent horses and the crowd of com ample capital and properly managed.The I "
that his Shield and the other
horrified to find r Challenge
was from the Congregational church conducted : companion boat, the Three .Friends, Dewar
leaf clowns, jesters, buttons and pan- re-opening of the factory will I
was locked in, and,, that -even the wire by 'the pastor Rev. Edwin A. who had assisted In' the looting instituted fine trophies that are always givenby t
hooked from the In tpmlmista; These' are a few of the meaq a great deal to the farmers and Association
Boat
door was the Palm Beach Power
screen Waldo. The remains were laid to rest suit for the recovery of the ., .
the to''the outbuildings attractions, but only a few. Two performances fruit growers of north Dade as it
keys their
side. Even family plat in :Lakeside Ceme- treasure the vessel they at regatta.
In the as Spanish ,
rain wil insure them cash market for
and tools will be given dally, or a
where the garden
axes ; tery, followed by a large concourse of claim, slid off.' into deep water and
are kept were locked in 'the burning shine, at :2 and 8 P, m. Grand free their surplus products,
relatives and sorrowing friends. total wreck
waif a
and with much difficulty the street parade at 12 o'clock 'noon on New Time Card
room, RELATIVES APPRECIATIVE? The United States court finally '
broken the! day of exhibition. door was finally partly open. ; "The Mistake of Your
Mr. and Mrs. Briggs request The awarded the owners ,of 'the two boats
Mr Drlgga found to his horror that Tropical Sun 'to express their heart- chance allowed 'wlt ;Sun J3rothera'Shows. 50 per cent of the property, the gov- December 22 ?

his brother, a very heavy man;- was felt thanks to the many thoughtful .,'Sun Brothers carry their own E. A. Walker, the Jeweler, Is authority ernment taking the other "half. I

lying on the door by the- door and friends who rendered' valiant service, niactric Light !Plant. for the statement that you will make The remaining relics WBr'e''disposed On Saturday, December 22nd a new !

that he was literally burning up. An They are also appreciative of the kindness "the mistake of your life" if you fail to of at auction and Commodore Allen of

effort to pull the burning man through exhibited on the part of the Go to Dealer's for Xmas presents. If. thoroughly examine hs| Mock before the Halifax' Yacht Club purchasedsome time card will go Into effect! over the

the hole made in the door was unavailing guests of Briggs Cottage, which lain making your holiday purchases. He of the silver. It will be melted ''Florida East Coast Railway when all > :'

and the fierce flames drove no way connected with the buildingIn : Social has a beautiful line of Imported "Brlc a. and made into, a trophy for the 250 trains will cross Lake Worth, going I
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Mr, Briggs back, burning him about which the tire was confined, being G. [!rac' and Silverware. Also the largest mile race frqrn Palm Beach to Day to The Breakers Under the new ; ;

the face and hands. He Immediately separate building line of Watches and Jewelry that bas to the schedule 'trains will pass West Palm :. I
an-, entirely tona. The( trophy, according
went in search, of the garden hose, -Friday./'Night ever been shown' In Vest Palm Beach. \conditions governing the race, must Beach at the following hours: 1'

but could not get a stream to the fire. ELECTED OFFICERSAt < -..-- His store i Is i in the "Palms Block," four be contested for annually and to be No. 20>. local mall and express, with

Then, cane Mrs. Briggs who !finally a meeting of Harmonla. Lodge On'next Friday evening, December doors north of the postoffice. I won three times, not necessarily in parlor and buffet cars, leave Jacksonville j'

secured a. heavy board and battered No. 38, Free and Accepted .Mnsons, 14th, at 8 o'clock the Girls' Athletic C. A. Woodruff Is agent for the Sat succession, before becoming\ the abso- at 9:20: a. m., arrive at West Palmat I

the door through, and others soon held last night the following officers Club will give a candy Yale and bazaar derp'' fertilizer Company. Call on him lute property of the winner who shall. 8 p. m,; crossing the lake to The 4' 1

followed Mrs. Briggs' and others were elected for the ensuing term:; : fn the Kindergarten room opposite before buying your fertilizers 24 tf hoMo the cup from year to year Breakers: and leaving here for the {

madia desperate efforts to save the Thomas Watson, W. M. the city school ,building The cup will be .of elaborate design, south at 8:35 p m., reaching Miami

burning man and received burns about M. W. Garrett, S. W. The proceeds of the social are to FOR SALE-Two good mules. Will some of the coins of Spain, being set at 10:55: p, m, ,:<

the hands. Finally the flames were D. W. Sanderson, J. W. help in the erection of a gymnasium worK in the base In their original shape. No 35, local mall and express!: with .

extinguished, but not until the body A, Nllson Treasurer. eII. and the presence of alb Interested in any way or anywhere.. Double The historical value of this trophy buffet and sleepers leave Jacksonville

of Oscar J. ''Brlgga was horribly L. Hoaford, Secretary. athletics Is earnestly: solicited wagon and harness. Cheap. Have no, will be great, and will be a perpetual at 4.20 p. m., arrive at West Palm
use for them. Address James McComb, Beach 4:10 ; and after crossing
roasted. The remaining officers of the lodge reminder to Its fortunate possessor of at a. m.
Intense and his Jr., Pompano: Flo. 5-3t the lake will leave here at 4:45: a.
His sufferings were were not appointed at last night's ,io"ney' Candles, fresh from. Boatcn the valor' and bravery of American

screams were moat pitiful meeting. Dr Merrill's Drug Store.: H-tl Xmas.toys at Doater's.! seamen who, assisted la administeringsuch m., reaching Miami at 7:30 a. m. %
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,AU .thl,,- happened in a moment or a crushing blow to the last ves- NORTHBOUNDNo. '

less time han'lttake"- to tell it, and I AN ENJOYABLE SOCIAL tage of Spanish authority In the HOTworld. 78 leaves Miami 6:00: a. m., arrives ; '

members",of the flee department were The social held at The Palma on I Want Fifty Acres' at West Palm Beach at 8:16: a

on the grounds at a remarkably short last Friday evening, under the auspices Director Andrews, of the Palm m, crosses the lake and leaves here

time after; the alarm; rendering valuable of the Ladles' Aid Society of Beach Power Boat Association, writes at 8: 8:60: a. m., reaching Jackson

"service.1n smothering the fire the Congregational church proved aVery In Drainage Area from Palm Beach to Leland Sterry ville 7:30 p. m.

about the burning man and assistingIn enjoyable event, and was attended secretary of the (Palm Beach Power No. 28 leaves ':Miami: at 6:10: p. m,

comfortable as was' the has been In arrives at West Palm Beach at 7:40
making him as by a large number during Boat Association, who

evening Mr. James ,E. Ingraham, third vice- some, special Inducements which wilt New York and Is now back-in Florida, p. m,, crosses the lake and leaves here r,

possible.WAS LITERALLY BAKED A delightful musical and literary president of the Florida Cast Coast 'I be made public In & few days. that entries for the third annual speed at 8:15 p. m.?'reaching Jacksonville at

Dr. R. B.'(Potter' was called as soon program had been arranged. Miss The Currla 'Investment Company carnival on Lake Worth, Palm Beach, 7:40: p. m.

as possible, but all 'he could do was to Jackscn,. (Mr. Sackett and Mr. Pettlt Railway, was in the city Mondayarid; yesterday closed an option with ,five la' greater In number already than the The regular winter schedule will go

administer morphine or soothing rendered Instrumental numbers, and while here gave'out some valuable. Information different.persona who will take tractsof two preceding carnivals. into effect on January 9th, when the

drugs so badly burned was the unfortunate iMIaa, Farnum delighted the audience concerning the drainagearea ten acres each aa soon aa the special The contract for the reproduction of usual four through dally trains will

man After something like aa with a reading. Light refreshmentswere southwest of the city. offer is definitely made, which the carnival of Venice ha'been awarded be put on. The schedule will be' practically -

hour morphjim':'took effect and the served during the evening. As baa been stated in these columns, will be In.a: few days., to Paine, of London who will bring the same as.last season. Train

patient gre sruasy and apparently free The proceeds from the sale of fancy It is the purpose of the Florida East This' Is the first real sale: If a'sale over force of men' that are- familiar No. 23 will again"'be Operated, leaving
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front pain. At 11 o'clock death came articles amounted to about $29. Coast ''Railway to Immediately placeon It' proves to I be, that ba yet been with the;"stage setting" of the Carnival Jacksonville' at 8 a. m." and arriving ,
train It will be,
to relieve,, him. Before dying; (Mr. C ______ the market one thousand acres of made in' the drainage: area. of Venice,! and It 1.* proposed to here'at S p: m. This' ,'

Briggs talked Intelligently and 'seemedto For Sale the tract at $25 per, acre (Monday Air!! Mr. Ingraham tated Monday ''that.rrauc reproduce the famous Italian sum remembered, carries U,. ..8.m. l In, t

realtee'to 'some' extent hi* condition Ingraham ,arranged while here some ment.a were being closed 'to mer' night water spectacle .*-closely pouches.ChiiatmasabeitiesaTaeter'.
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" ; He gave directions a* to hisburial Stable manor In say quantity special'' feature la.connection with commence active operations at the a* po lble. 1;

i ; and sent{a,d7lDat,message,40fcU eyed upon cider. Mrs. C. Tiffany onFoiasett the sal* of this tr&Ci,, and ha offered! earliest possible :moment. t ''Instead ot Italian singers la 'the ., tfPUBLISHED
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1229,000 FIRE LOSS AT MACON. 1 t, .... ,.",--.-_ THE TROPICAL SUN IX>NtI TENNU9SEH KI'JIIT:
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PlonMr l I'Kpor ut Redo L County. Florida Central' City's Empire Store Is Destroyed For t\\onty YIMIINV. J,. Rawlc, of ) Stationery,

...-. ...". by Flames. Bells, Tonn, fought nasal catarrh He
Macon, (;0Df'l". 10, Fire biolio writes: '""The swelling and soreness! ; I
Publlnbeil 1 1crj WcdntK Uy and Saturday ,
out at 9 o'clock Sunday night. In the Inside my nose was fearful, till) I began Perfumery Candy
AT WROT PALM.BHAOH OADV OOUMYV.ILO11lo8U8Ncn1P'1'1UN ,
-- ---- large retail dry Roods establishment applying Buuklen's Arnica Salve
; I'RU'li, J.OO: PER!: YEA 11. C* Burden Smlhll & Co.completplY
..., to the Horn surface; tills caused thee
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deatFoytng the immense stock and\ th sorenes and swelling to disappear, never Sodawater Cigars
bunding which fronts on three streets. ,
Tropical Sun Publishing CompyCHAS. + "
to return. Beet salve In existence
The building' and stock were nom I I
B. KEND LL. Manager S5c! at all Druggists.l .
pletelx: destroyed entailing a los of and Toilet() Articles
-- |225,OO) The estimated insurance
Centered at the Po.'u".e ot Went paoA U".cBaecond "' ". -\, "'" ..
,eleaa; is about $120,000. l Wanted at Cartursvllle. '
as .mAUer.. The origin of the fire Is unknown, Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 10.-At. '" The Great White: fl,Line:

Little Mfp-Jeafinette7: 3au.ght.eF i 6Mr l Z though It was discovered' on :too low ter -II.. search ..covering period of one _,

and Mrs. (Max; Sirkin, celebratedher er floor of the bunding and soon enveloped year Frank Patrick
fifth birthday at the home of her every department.: The establishment wanted for murder in Cartortrville, To owr\a\ BUCK'S Stove or 'rangqtQ!; ;/ : appreciate
Datura street yesterday aft employed 125 ,people as an Oa.: was arrested here by Constable ; '
eruQpn.parents /. program consisting of In immense stock ,of holiday gooVte had W. 11 Davis of Cartersvllle: and local ;tha r many:! ri rt9f! : 'this'great: line

teresting games and music was ren been opened detectives. Constable Davis had The oven, with wflite'etlamet Uning'to' doors
The Empire! store woe located at the followed Patrick's .wife from Kingston
dered, after; which, delicious refreshments corner of Cotton avenue and Sherry suspecting the woman's des- and' racks [Is the t niost" sanitary feature:;r iff th.9

were served. !(Miss Jeannette I street. Una 11011. The two local defectives worldIt 93 easy to wash off ancP, keop clean!
received many handsome presents, The alarm sounded at 9 o'clock. whom he had_notified' \ met: him at' .
and the guests went away happy, hopIng Immediately: thereafter the entire fire the union depot, where Patrick wa.aI as a china dish. :', .' .-
that they might be able to attend department was called Into service awaiting, his wife. The arrest fol I, ,, ">1':1::f".: :''

the next birthday occasion of their' The flames were first discovered on lowed. In December, 1905, Patrick I Hatchett> DaCamara Hardware Co

:, bright little hostess. Those pre entwere the Cherry street side of the Empire killed. a negro named George Itawllngs I'' XI : ... ,

Masters Geo. Rinse RlcharcChllllngworth store. In Cartetsville. RawUngshad been Wholaah Retailers oj .' '. c.':' .;'
Edgar Lauthier and At 11 o'clock the 'firemen gained paying undue. attention to hl.. >iwlfe .
gcontrc of the fire la Triangular block and in a Jealous Patrick beat = =
Weybrecfct; Misses Eva JJurk- rage M .A F t D W A F l E. .
August and confined :the greater losses: to the him td death with an x.- Moved
hardt, Ruth ll 'cock, Ethel Gross Empire store The 3-story building West Palm Beach, X X X .X': 'X ,X FloridaJJUUKUAIIDT'S

Hilda Anthony Marguerltte Chllllng at the corner of Second! and Cherry Murder Follows "Moonshine';' Quarrel. i "
l, worth Clara Rinse Mary Abrams, .streets owned 'by E, I. Willing- Blklna W. Va. Dec. 10.-Elijah -- >> ----'--..- J... ..- "" .

Louise Weybrecht, Lillian Rives, floe ham, Is badly; damaged. ArbO 'Bst.wa.a shot and killed by Stan-: -10 GtJR- -
allnd Anthony, Helen Majewsld Th.e- The Gutten,burger music store; next ton Lambert in a quarrel over a o-O-o-o i<>-<>o-o-o-oo-o-o-o-o.O

resa Chambers, Lillian ''Reybold, to the Empire, was also damaged, but quantity of "moonshine" of their own i'
Ella Weybrecht, Alberta Majewskl, the flames were never >allowed to gain manufacture. A previous dispute bad NEW STORE g West Pain/Bo.cfc.Nov J, two

Elizabeth lOner; and Flossie'. Slrkln. headway there. been settled with an agreement not .

Mesdames C.: B. Frankle, Frank Inder, The 3-story building and the 2- to open the keg.' Arbogast violated A HeartyBreakfast

Harry Slrkln and A. I* W. SaundersaBsl8ted story structure occupied by the Empire his pledge by inviting a number of CODNER JEFFERSON BLOCK
store are complete losses. friends to Join him. He wee found g
the host and hostess In enter
The fight of the firemen was /heroic while entertaining them by Lambert,
taining. and rapid. who called him Into the yard and emptied X .
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The 2-story be- t/ho/ of --- --
building destroyed contents a shotgun, Into his .
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CHILDREN'S longed to the estate of the late S. body. Death was Instantaneous .
Is a good foundation for bunine- Sends you out eager to begin
favorite tonic Is White's Cream Ver T. Coleman and the 3-story building Lambert, gave himself up,to the author \
the dny's duties with a cheery 'good moraiux" to everybody.We .
was owned' by C. B. Wlllingbara, Sr. !tea.
mifuge the cure for worms and all These are valued at $100,000 and covered can furnlhh' tbe right tort or things needful for suet!> a found

children's dlse Be8'. It not only kills by Insurance. tff tion. TIi:, Sweetest Bacon. Exquisite flavor (fry crisp).
Hanging Negro Delayed. .
,. I> Buckwheat makes the nicest batter cakes
pared and
the worms, but removes the mucus Nashville, Dec. .-Governor Cox no
and slime In which they build their SEVEN MEN BLOWN TO PIECES. granted a respite of two weks to J. ',:..', bother in preparing it. Maple syrup in glass and tins, 40 to 60 cents aqua

action B. smith, a negro, who was to. have .. '. 11. Also other fine table syrups, (5 to 18 cents a qua/t.
nests. Its on the child Is mild Dynamite Explosion In North CarolinaRailroad been banged In Knoxvllle, Tenn. ( And then the Coffee. That must be good, or all else Is vein. If

and leaves him in a healthy condition Tunnel.. Friday for the. murder of a woman you never have bought coffee at'our'' store, do It now. Try our 25 cent

Joe Daniel, Surmnc, Tenn., says that Charlotte, N. C.; Dec. 10.onewhlte with whom he had been Intimate., kind. It ii our own blend*can not be bad elsewhere.: It is the despair s\ ..
man, five negroes and an Indian of competitors at the price. You mAY pay as much as 35 cents and not
he of hla' children White'sCream
gave one were literally 'blown Into fragments I A WESTERN WONDER get as good coffee Realty It is so.
Vermifuge when the doctor by the explosion of dynamite In a Broadwell & Moore
There's a Hill at :Bowie Tex. that's
!! I
thought It had colic and from the Oral tunnel on the right of way of the New
dose the child paved 73 worms, Sold South and Western railroad. twice as big as last year. This won- lEI! : Druggists 5 v L W. BURKHARDT FINESTCROCERIES 8

by A. G. RIegel. The white man had been ordered to der is) W. L. Hill who from a weight Jefferson Block Please Remember That If there Ii anything that is nice we have it.ONLY .
open a box of dynamite for blasting' of 90 pounds has grown to over 180. Weet Palm Beach, Flor.jol; c)
purposes and started: to icomply. One o-<>9OiOOOOOQO doe -6
V
An official circular has been issued blow from a hammer exploded the He says: "I suffered with a terrible

by Bay Biscayne "Lodge, K. of P., an contents, and only a small fragmentof cough, and doctors gave me up to die .,
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nouncing a district meeting to be held the white man, who was blown of Consumption. I was reduced to 90 NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY
at Castle Hall in that city, next through the tunnel, has been found. ;
on when J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, 0., 71
Friday night, the 14th. The Six others were mangled and seven :.pounds I began taking Dr.King's NINETEEN CENTS.

states that It wll be an open meeting rwere, seriously injured. A'mule and New Discovery for Consumption Rural- tree delivery writes: "Mjr> .

and all 'Pythians, whether in possession a car were blown through the portal Coughs and Colds. Now.after daughter afflicted for year with epilepsy -

of a S. A. .P. '\V. or not are Invi- side.of the tunnel The car and was down wrecked the mountain, but the 'taking 12 bottles, I nave more than was cured by Dr. King's* New -:0.: ..... ------I-:

ted, in tact all those who have been mule escaped unscathed and, of his doubled my weight and am completely Life Pills, She has" not had an attack I l'I \

Pythians and have for any cause allowed own volition, galloped to the sta- cured." Only sure'Cough and Cold for over two years. Beat body cleans- White Enameled, Fluted Curtain

themslvea to be dropped, will ble.Not cure. Guaranteed by all Druggists. era and life giving tonic pills on earth. I Pole, complete with brass bracket

be welcome. It Is learned that say a .single person in the tunnel 60o and $1.00. Trial bottles free DRAINAGE 25o at all Druggists. I I and frosted knobs, as illustated.
eral West Palm Beach Pythians will escaped injury. The construction I price each Iffc
go down and attend the meeting. force Is tunneling through a moun-
tain In a remcte corner! ot the state, -
Doater keep it. tf and owing to Us Inaccessibility to secure -

telephone connections, the RFA: WOOaiuw .
Cleveland Chalnlrss Bicycles '4000 '
of the
names dead and
Injured cannot
while
they last at Ctmimiugs, Clemati -r
be learned.
-
avenue, opposite Bank
Dealer .'
19
Tae Indian was a Cherokee from \
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Cleveland Chainless Bicycles! : '4000 .

-while they last at dimming Clematis county the reservation North Carolina.at Whittier, Swain Groceries, Hay Grain and Feed Hardware, : ","' ;I I..',;. '.:.
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venue, opposite bank Granite Kitchen Ware Crockery .. : Will Not Return Flag. ALL STEEL SHELF,' BRACKET
k Archblahop Ireland In New York New Orleans Dec. 10.-Mayor Jugs and Harness ", .

New York, Dec. 10.-Archblahop Martin Behrman has announced thata FULL LINE LATEST FISHING TACKLE 10 x IS?
Ireland who was a central figure In confederate flag which the Boston ,price,per pair 160

the 'COrrespondence of President City council proposes to return to this Mape'sF ertilizers. Sanders Fertilier 7x9 .If hoc
Roosevelt, and Bellamy Storer, just city as having been captured from I 5x7 ,t" 'Wo
made public, -ia la the city at the the city hall by General Butler Is Companys' Fertilizers

Murray reporters Hill the hotel. When visited by not the flag. He says ,the flag But- arcbblahop
stated -tel ler took was a state emblem while I II I
everybody should understand the, he: confederate banner In Boston is! -I
Icacy .of his poalllon and* it; &* apparently a flag which was ..seized I McGiNLEY
prlety on his part of doing, talking from a New Orleans woman who madeIt BROTHERS COMP'Y.In
In regard to the subject. The In her own home for of
use a confederate -
visit of his grace to the city at thus I regiment. Mayor Behrman NOTICE Their New Store Opposite Masonic

time la to attend the annual meeting announced that he had conferred with When Tempi
of the national civic federation Mayor Fitzgerald: of Bos-ton' needing GASOLINE or IERCSENE hang out you< cards on can
A MIRACULOUS CURB nag and tnat the Boston,council aboutme I and motto wagon ii; will stop at your 'door any time or. dace! mentioned. My .I : '.. .:,-::'

would probably drop the negotiationsto
The following statement by H. M. return this flag. Promutness, Courtesy and Politeness r:t...NN.NN.NNNNNN.N.NO.N NN.NNNNN:
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interest parents and others: "A miraculous 2 t fJIIltI.iE i
cure has taken place In our WEST PALM BEACH GASOLINE AND OIL DELIVERYKARL
Nassau N. P. Dec. 10.-Captain i
1 borne. Our child had eczema S years i<''rederlclcg of the Norwegian hprk KEfl1 LBR. JR., Mgrv | Blacksmiths> Wheelwrights I

and was prononu aced Incurable, when, Wellington, his wife and fifteen members ;
we read about Electric Bitters, and of the crew of the vessel were : ., ; j: IIorse hoeing and :

concluded to try it. Before the second rescue by bhe Elder-Dempster steam_ I : General Bepalir Work
bottle was all taken we noticeda er Scrkoto in latitude 36 north longi Z

change for the better, and after tak- tude- GO west.' The Wellington: which FABER BRCS.SELL i 2: Manufacture ,of Tools a Specialty
ing 7 bottles he was completely cured." sailed from Gulfport: Miss. Nov. 2, |
It's the up-to-date blood medicine and with a cargo of lumber for Rowrlo, ONLY THE PUREST- j j| Freight Paid One Way- on all Out-of-Town Orders- Z

body building tonic. Guaranteed by Argentina was water-logged when ". "
all Druggists. BOo and $1.00 at all deserted. The Sokoto will take tlw GR0eERIS'MERTS Poinsetta Street '
North |
r rescued persons to Havana-, Cuba :|; West Palm B'each

drug stores.. I ZAPF BLOCK OPPOSITE FERRY NNN. +
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Lou of $400,000 Caused Ly Fire. by Fire. ..
Miu.gorutry, Quebec. Dee 10..-Afire Macon Qa. Dec. 10.-Nearly; one /'. .

buildings on Sunday in the wholesale burned dry out goods three ; on hundred the' platform bales' of at cotton the weer plant burned of the I ./.1.' ro&t Card Tfill'Qrin; Oar: Order Man to Your ,111111111111111111191191111111111'" ," ;' '", ':;g1I1191111' 91t11fl1" "11i111" ''fIIIfl1119I1'''' '' '

section of the city. The totaljosa Is Atlantic Compress company' here A I Door Give Us a: TrialWe

400000.. The heaviest losers were tight which required heroic efforts of sell"/, t:. P"sla Shoes for Infante-Soft'gotoALI. Jle! F1e el- f
Canadian Underwear company, $76- the employees at the Georgia Southern I Ea pharmacy

000; Matthews, Tower & Co. '95.- railway shops saved hundreds of I .
\\if .
000; York Shirt Importing Co. $80,- bales, and checked bhe flames after r '.... ==
000. they had eaten their way through a Solicits YOUR ,Trade. ==

considerable amount. ;rh-e burned '.
r a s sfrg : :
cotton
Coal : was Insured.

FUrs Large burg. Dec. 10.TolJo Shipment. ts THAT'S IT! f p Wo give you Pure Drugs at ,Moderate JJ

left carrying the harbor 2.500,000bualicla on Sunday night of coal for; Cough yourself into a, at of spasms .| Prices: ', put up bya Registered; 3i

southern points, making about 6.900-I and then wonder why YOU don't gels ....: ::1,,, '
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000 bushels sent south in two days.It S : ,
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well. It will '
you only
)a estimated that within the past I Ballard's. Horehound Syrup try a bottle of 'i'r .ri .....,:,. ::;

few' month. over: 25,000,000 bush will be a thing of the past. It your is cough s| Try our Candy Icel'"' 3
,els" were sAlp-ped_'south. a positive Soda, ,and1 .: lQreaml.
I { for.
cure Cough. Influenza.! Droniehltls ".
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FOR SALQ-.-JLuraber, .lath, shingles c and all Pulmonary .diseases, r. ; ..1. .: :;;
OO.ODC WfOrtCD IN 6CPCPATC
and Georgia ,brick, for.sale,In,.pat'lots.St. One: ; bottle will convince, you-at your' I RFf f'rtjP RDnC DuO''< CtAY JtFORSYTM O OM STS.. .. r "e: ", tl 1';'mEQEL;. ,;;
Augustine Lumber; Company, St. druggist 26o: 60c $1.00. Sold by A., 0. > dradaete':
Augustine, Fla Ctf RIegel.' ,4 0 eottv't.ie, PL*. Lew! York; College. of t a"rn.e.T..

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POPE PIUS DEFIES public administrator, or unless the
contract cannot be broken without

j heavy loss ()church prwbyberies! ,.

i. REPUBLIC OF FRANCE episcopal' mansions, seminaries" etc. LHDIES'
which are seized cannot be rented except

In case of absolute necessity,
and after the administrator T.aa signed -
I I French Catholics Summoned to a declaration not ,to attempt in any

Open Rebellion. ..llIe to abridge the liberty of the ,

lessee. FALL SUITS
. CM Paris Dec 10,-The pros Monday
NOW FACING ,RELIGIOUS CRISIS unanimously recognizes the extreme

gravity of the religious Issue precipitated -
by the pope's Intranalgeant attitude I '
Pepolarble Conaquencee Feared--Situation and I
many papers predict a veritable -
to ) Has Been Rendered Exceeed. religious* warfare. .
I
Ingly Grave by Pope'a Action OrderIng The government'a calculations have
clearly been upset and new legislative .
Prleata to Defy Government. P0RIY JACKET SUIT
authority may be necessary to enable
it to( cope with the situation. It having = -
Paris
: France, Dec. 10.Ji'ranceseeQ11 ;;./'
to face an alarming religious: been deeded that after tomorrow ......
emu. The reports of the pope'seleventh religious eervlce may not be held

ernment's hour foal rejection proffer, under of the whIch gov- der without the law a preliminary of 1881, the declaration pope's enllal un- Jacket trimmed with black silk collar and cuffs.

Catholto worship could be continued the immediate intiMatIon of prosecutions -
;
under the In 36,000 communes anAlogically Satin Lined.
common law, turns out to
tbs be only ,too true, and the deadlock the Invasion of churches by the
police for the purpose of pronouncing .
now Is
apparently
complete According -
t>:r to ,the pope's orders, declara their priests.SIX dissolution. and expel UK the parish ETON J1\eKET SUIT .

r Lions under the law of 1881 are :prohibited -
ay but the ve =---
parish priests: must:
sad It rorualn in their churches until driven DAY BICYCLE RACE. vVJacket. ,

out by violence. \
era, At End of Eighth Hour Bobby Wal-

KDM communication The official has confirmation created a of sensation this- thour Wa In the Lead. self-trimmed: satin lined. ,(;
New York, Dec. 10.-.'The many
laea : both In government and Catholic thousand person who went to( Madison SKIRTS: Plaited;) front and sides. Colors Cream .
circles. Cardinal Lecot, arch-
It Square Garden last nlgLt to see
aral bishop Germain and others who already ithe etart of the six-day bicycle\ race and Gray Plaids. Best qualities of Mohair and \ ,
had advised compliance with
remained for hours. It was nearly 4
the law have hastily Instructed the Novelty suitings used making neat and nobby
o'clock la the morning before the peo-
P : pariah prlesta of their dioceses that
ple In tile huge nail began to thin out.
their former, advice ia null and'' void, suits that will give satisfaction as to their wear'A
Up to that time :there had been lots
and!: Sunday in all the churches
I of shouting and excitement due to
Part, bishop and priests' after mass the occasional sprints made by the ing qualities and their stylish appearance.
read the letter from Cardinal: RIch-
,
riders to steal a lap but no unusual
ard, archbishop of Paris, communl-
Incident occurred. There
was anumber
caUnir the decision of the holy free to"colttn .-.
of pills, but none resulted
lie services In the churches! ,
seriously. At" o'clock a. m. the
: but abttala from, declaration "
any riders bad!? covered 94 miles end two
and Cardinal Richard's' Instructions J'ape. The score at the end of the
rO.. In view I of the order Issued by the BR. iNNING BROSm
eighth hour was 170 miles even, with
prefect of the Seine, not to permit for Walthour leading Walthour's partner .

present, ,the employment of cere- McLean was hurt at 6 a, m, and '1 "
West draperies at marriages'or fu may not be able to ride In the race. MRMBEK\ WEST PALM BEACH11EKCI1ANTS" LKDIES1 OUCFICCERSWEST 1
.
ASSOCIATION :
again
The church wardens whose .. :
legal ex- I
Bobby Walthour was called from his
GEO. ence expires Tuesday thank PALM REACH FLK. '
were ,
cot after
a delay of nearly 20 min "
tl'O'Uthe pulpits of the various ) .
utes, but when he came out be went
", Prayers were'offered ,
up ,
WBST
in the race for money and glory
the protection: of God during the
I
TT 1".. & period of the conflict. Valdosta Man la Found Dead N.N.Ne'NNNN'NNNN...N.NNN/1hNNNNN.. )
The government regards the action Valdosta, G* Dec 10.-Air. Jas.
the. pontiff as. little less than e ? Our Line of Material
Chambers, & wheelwright and bdack i Building
of the French
Catholics to
a
smith for the South Georgia Machine:

rebellion exceedingly as grave rendering, and the possi sit vacant company' lot was on Lee founddead.street near oU the Cue i Is 'Complete In Every Detail ti', W +

entailing the most deplorable con- Atlantic Coast Line. He was found .

'by policeman Preasley'while the officer We are making a specialty of all kinds of Crate Material and

O. Premier Clemenceau end M. was on his way to the city after i. are prepared to.serve you with Crate and Box Material for
minister of public
II, worship breakfast. The dead man's sons had oranges, pineapples, beans tomatoes and all kinds of vegata- +
la conference all day Sunday. spent ,the night searching for th\!'lrfa.ther blew tar'Also a full line of wraps r
'
lake Is no alga of the government who left home Saturday night
PALM but It recognizes that It alter supper to get some meat for
'be forced to resort! to extreme COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. I
Sunday' dinner and did not return. EAST
?.I. Brland said that the ii
The family feared that some evil had
J>. B. don .of the pope was entirely un- befallen, Mm and the search! for him WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

continued through, the
but
.-a8-93 i'j "The encyclical Is (very grave," aaht without finding him. It was night evident, NNN.N..N.N.NNIN4'.NN.N.NNNNNN.N.N A DROP UP INK MAKES !. "' ,
BMand. "While
condemning the
from the surroundings that lie had. eat MILLIONS :
THINK. ,
of 1905, It advised to j i
common law. Although recourse: the re- down on a pile of lumber to rest and CITY. MEAT MARKET It'also writes a check that pays that '. \
WLR.1I. bad fallen. off, his death bek g due toapoplexy bill of our.. I
to form cultural associations T. A. FEASTER Proprietor. ,
heart disease.Condition .
: or
.._ la my opinion: an error and__to_ Florida add Western Meats 1'oultry, Game And Eggs. You may want to send money a ,distance : \
.... h for various
datldment of the church, It was of Wheat Crop. Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention. purposes. The "drop :
'church's legal right so to refuse. of ink" and z ,
Washington, Dee 10.-The monthly Jefferson: Block WEST PALM BEACH
of conciliation J
A
a spirit out of re BANK BALANCEat
of the
WEBT ;crop report department of the,
to the consciences of the French '!department of agriculture shows that: our bank makes the check you send
and In order to do noth- --- \
pass current. .'
the condition of winter wheat on Dec I
TK. to disturb peace and tranqulllty 1 was 94.1, as compared with 94.1 Your check, like our bank, passes at { ,r

he government of thereupon prescribed per cent on Dec. 1, 1906 and a nine- G. G. Strohm Company the clearing house and la stamped \ ,
sloe First easy means contlnudng worship year average of 92.9. The conditionof "0. K." Keep liD account with us and'It d\ \
a simple declaration In accord '
winter rye Dec. 1 waa 98.2 with will help ia
you many ways. ;
with the law of 1881. : .
WEST !: : \ "The pope's brutal order to the : a nine-year average oX 95.8 per cent. FHMILY GROCERIES Have you opened a savings account ,

to reject this> offer practically I yet We pay 4 per cent on such ac I
.
Cleveland' Condition counts.
!!! them to violate GEO. New York, Dec, 10.-O rover Cleveland -
He Food ProductsGrain
no longer
acts as the Fancy
] head of the church a. the who became ill O9'er.a week BADE COUNTY STATE BANK

bead< against the law of ago. was reported .il' htl1 better (on I
cannot. toe invoked against! that Sunday at hla home> in Princeton. and Provisions. i West Palm Beach, Florida

1881. The pope now assume a N. J. In 'Addition to his attack of .
leadership and the vital acute indigestion, he has a bad cold. CHRISTHASHOLIDAY /
|. whether the Catholics> of He was able to 'eat dinner with his JEFFERSON BLOCK

will consent to follow him or family yesterday, but bad ''to return

Geo. 1C they do, the government. will I to bed afterwards West Palm Beach Florida RATES
with' : even greater energy because ?
the tolerance It has manifested German Steamer,Ashore.

Every violation' .of the Sandy'Hook N. J. Dec. 10, -.The -. -VIA'Soufhern' l

will tre prosecuted and further ,steamer Perucla1' (German), bound .' .
special measures. legislative ;for Philadelphia' la ashore at Long -

otherwise, may' be taken." Beach, ,N. J. She has
The cpecle.1 measures referred to by men and carries a cargo of sugar. I RailwayDates
Brland are those Intimated by The Peruvla Is lying.in an easy position West Palm each

Clemenceau: In the chamber The crew declined the offer
deputies. namely to strip the of the life saver ,to put them ashore. '

of their privileges, compel !'n 1tsfett: 'Company of Sale: Ticket will ;
to perform military service and Steamer Sink; Passengers Rescued. ,
be sold Deo. 21 23
nw ew-esr.wa- ;lOt 23, '24, '
a last resort to treat ,them as for. Detroit Mien Dec. 10.The passenger .
M subject' steamer Monarch!!, has been B. F.. CARTER, Manager 25, 30 and 31, and Jan. 1. 190T; '

Militant Catholics: are rejoicing at sunk on:. Lake Superior. The crew .C.CC Flnall Limit: All tickets limited .
Doors stern attempt of the pope. A're and passenger; were saved The .c Stables and Yards Banyan Street Near Poinsetta to Jan. 7, 1907. The 7:45 .
the faithful Monarch ran aground' near Isle Ray. C C CC
organ says can now --'L. train from Jacksonville
: the future with serenity and ale Sunday. Before sinking,, the crew C C runs solid t

the persecutors of the church! and passengers were rescued! by II .C I > C .to Cincinnati. Local sleeper '
Daughter of Eternity disdain the tug boat. THE RELIABLE STABLES C to Atlanta. :

/, of wicked men and will tri .. '
,, The 9 :05 arm and 7:65 p. m. :
in the end." Favor Moody for Associate Justice. .
trains from Jacksonville Tonisolid
The decision of the Vatican, which Washington; Dec 10.-The senate >.F yr

__ In the form of answers to specific committee on Judiciary' Monday Baggage transferred, and all kinds of Dray- to Washington, D. C., carrying :

may be summarized : pcmlnatlon of William H. Moody the ing York.

Parish priests, .vicars, etc., must present attorney general to be an associate Stylish;Hacks, and 'busses meet.all trains; .
passive and may not co-oper- Justice of the ,eupeme. I court -
la any act of sequestration, but of the United States. We are now located in our new and modern, .t

the Wallop considers !that! the refus C 'building'' Street
stone.. pn Banyan near Lo.LftsettJ", For further information on
treasurers. for Bridge Burner.
the Are Searching
of the to Surrender
C and we shall be pleased to have call and.see .---01' write-
you
Yl. may cause grave consequence.*, Jackson JMlsa. Dee; 10.-Detectives 1 '

4LL that they 'to not sign 'any doc Sunday night burned-a bridge on the . '
consecrating( the spoliation Gulf and Ship Island railroad 6 miles
GAS .may authorize Catholic organ south of Mendenhall. ''It.Ja.believed .D at. Paw. Art.

to participate In sequesters If that the burning waa' done by train' 103 West.Bay St:,, iacksoorUIe, FlorIda'
wreckers I G T .. .. .
refusal would endanger positions Mud l2a. Mangoes

Near for the maintenance, their BUDDED : ,
but pariah priests aid other Nobel Peace Prize for Ro ..velt.. in a MONEY TO LOAN."*" ,
: Largest Collection of Crotons the.United .Spates _, 2.tEQ', Pbyllaothus '
WEST
acts ( YOU HAVB' tROPEMTV THAT *
cannot participate J"a Christlanla, Norway, Dec. 10.- fp i
.. to. AH pot grown. Full Line of Cltrufi Stock .L want .
,
.. \!lIt.ratton in any manner unlett The Norwegian parliament, has conferred :yon to Improve and need moaey J
; '. grown on High Spruce P;; iD'I'! Land.-1 ,Address t.o do it with apply to O<<.0.'G..'.Cnin. ..*''';.
: 1! ecctes-lastlca p.-opef' the Nobel peace prize upon "
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r of January 28th. ertAlnt ylcMl off ilellcloutrgetablm their. utKominonlyarge ) end 1 r _-- 'I\II.t Inl rlptal' wurnyl1te I", 1110"r :-.. Y"vd,
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I \\\iU\ ) fi1'r6 _. beautiful (Dune >. mnlcc- Hum the monk ,.'. ',rnlOLP .
elliiblc and th< WMt popular every rQ tndinga.
)Ar411' rhore Sold by alt tUnlrra 1907 .. aI
LAWYERS TO TRY TO SAVE HIM Seed Annual free *>" rryue.L I ,.. ,
1 y h +r% ) nSlv D. M. FERRY ft CO., I a
S 0 ? a.wacnn'I I t Ea'f.m
JS ; Dolroll. Mich. I TtI 11 11 4
1 u Lover l II Sentenced to Death for 3ttta"ea'WC lh11'Ibfldntpl
Day +_ 'OduN '
Y':, ?otel% 15Zoclt
Murdering His Sweetheart, Whom
FOR SALEMy r. c
He Betrayed, Abandoned and then = : .> -. = :
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< Killed. '55 '. place Here known a. "CERES" 2 5 j Florida East Coast Railway

Herklmer, N. V. Dec, 10.-Chester : acres railroad runs through Itj; front on
B. Gillette walt on Monday aentfinred Loxahatchee river opposite railroad< station Local Time Card Na. 61. In Effect September 16, 1906. ?

to death during", the week be- ; six) : room dwelling, two room packing IIOUTHBOUND-RBAD DOWN. to/UR'f'KBOUND-RBAD D,.

Klni !ins January 28th. house, both old; most of land cleared No. 99 Ho. 29 eTaTtoss. "
The boy received 'his sentence 1 la ; 'five acre pineapples in fiue condition !J.I.IL_ 00'8,I No.'l '

a 4l a t ? \ silence, retaining; his wtolldtty of expression fertilized and good for ItOOO crates 02uam 20Qm ''Lr.M..1............. ..fwkironv ................ 7 Imp",8 pdIIM7ry I
e SOlII'm ! \ that has shown such marvel- next season; price$3.ocor W11J\ exchange: 7 klpm 104/1. M ............. ..$. AUII.II": .:... ........... .. d 71Hpm 1M1ptn INw r
t MIm 11 team ................. .lI..tll1\\(................... 881pm r 46... d 1
\ 4 Itl\ II 1 for West Palm Beach or Miami improved !WJm Il luau '.........:.=.un:.. !:'ninika-! ..........,... 11201'\11 14 IlOara... j
; : t r property l ylpm 300m Ar...................i'iiti' ................... : b5pln'0'n'l: !
l I 481'111 U lllam L!:=.::.:=.:.::..I'nlatka!! ':.'! .At 64M1pta Scram
-eRPm ... .. Ar............... .lktili! ..... ..........: ..
1 When you're In their personal HAL P. HARDINJUP ............ 6 lnnm L'I'.I. Mteo ..... ........... .Ar Y26pm'! a 16rci
MOST women are. under close scrutiry. Therefore attire your- '6cepm) 111pm Lv..................Jluunulle..............:::71.r Opjurii.. -
i comes PER FLA.McGinley tl4pm 12 40pm ,. ...................Jl1pont............ .. 4 <
self beyond reproach by having your wardrobe made to your own t4lp", 118"m ..................01'.1.................. 8 Zap Mpn' '" 8 Bloom
measures and upncial order by 10 02pm 1211'01 ..................I.n"t.oll"" .................. adhptu 80uam
--'L .. .......,..... 10 Illpm 1 513.m, tort 6mnN.' ................ .. /4xam '
model sanitary tailor shops' in New York and 'Frisco are the 108"m 1 Wpm Ar..w: .JI"yr ? :.:.:...... ..8Ism!!!._ j If.am
Their
C : the of good clothes 11 loam t 47rm Ar.. .........7::T.ek:!ltxTwt............ ... .r t Wpm',
I admiration of all who e them. II fro! art making U 2Kam t Mpm .......... OrengeClly..... ......... U Mpm 8 I.rvit:
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I to order for men thousands of miles away has attained a degree of Bros. Co. _it 4Oam_ lII'p'm! ..........(,.O..n"I! ,Jurw ut.......,... t74hpm 8 [Nrym:<'
perfectly never before dreamed of. In a fw day from the time 2 i0pm v............ ...NejNmrrne..N.... r 8 Obpui/; _aUlpm
: /
select the cloth and le you wish, your suit or overcoat is lopm i 4upm ................Iak. ....U.........'.....rt.. .f 140"", tisem"Il
you back ''' Ar................. 8I1n'\l1I.
tack I !!!1\11.\ ... 8.Ol'! iIWsvllte! : \2 O""m"n,
from Taylor -on your
ii t &iQ 8 ldlrnn' Art..................Auntprr'.v ''
x I TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL IIIS TAILORING IS ahu t1 5twm Lvi.................eantonl.! ...... ...........1,1r 2.llllam iM "! II SlIi'I'',''''
1g 1mI'mrnJ1m r..................:.r1'IUiar'( ............;Y.z. \1t nhpm. I"mn .
UNDERTAKERSEMBALMERS Iblpm! .. ................lueOtl....... Ti12Stem
,, We afuna samples and take measures 12 tam S 6.pr" ............... .JI..tlkl.h.tt........ .. ... 1I"pm 1,211'01: :2 2 ale
I I Ol..rn 4221"" ................ .1(0" 0..111.. ....., ........ .. n II ",'''11.
j. : ANCoCIlfo llSalIl 4 BIIIJI" .... .............M..lbnllr"o................. 12 g7Um 1 alua'
4 FINE LINE GENTS' FURNISHINGS 1 6am II IOpm ................. bRItI"rl'' ..................,. Il b2xm 1 x'um" .
.4Knm O Wpm .................1'1 Imtle. .. ........ ....... In .8\11 11 r nla"
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8 05"m 8 ltpm .l urt I.ree'' ............... 101 Wltm
/ 8 Warn 887pm ............ ........1'\1.\ .tlO........... ..... .. IJ 171101 II t. Pot,
I. GoRDo 4Y I .I"m 8 41"rn" ....................rI.Il.:, ..,... ............. .. w law It I qN' '
8 40nm 840pm .. ................ .. .h..n............ ..... .. .. !10LWaln II'I "p'"n
.. .. ., 8 Clam! 8 871'10 .. .................. .i'urt.'' ........... ...... '' 101A'nm' 11" Ism.,
t 2Onm 1 :tlpm: .... ..... ...... .11.J.l.' '.''.1.I ....... .. .. 10 1. ..
Y West Palm Beach. Fla t400rn T4Opm ............ .St \'lJIJIHQ.... ....... .. .. .. .. 0"Aln.m uu "a) sa'
,I Merchant Tailor, k. Padora Opposite Masonic Tempts a item S 15prn ..............\\.11."jll1 UOwh, .... ....,, 9 ;,m'
tiw 6.8mo aUI'm .................,lo' ''Iun.... ..... ...... .. 820anl.41tun !' "
rl .eoax .. ................ .. 9'' .n
"II "' ;5t 6 Ruru Sr.III"" .I''I..y.' ... ..... .... .. tram
A 48.m 040pn .. ............ ..j''rU.n''lprduo.' ......?.. .. y I r "Imr
1 1I 867".n DHpm ................. .._IJthln. .......... ...h...... 'I 2dmn 7 I' .'In
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/ 1 OO"m 0 ham .t.. .11<111..0.!! ............ 7 .
7 exam 10201'''' .. ............ !.eu.. n 1 .t........ ,..".. d Oll.m 7 : "' m'
''ns GJLLETrs: 7 Nlun 10 topm Ar.. ... ...... .. ): 81\m 7 ">1'
Winter\ o\ml..t I
f Hone( Site 8 (ohm J .......... .. I v1. .............. ..1.nl&wl.. ..........,...... : F r ...8..atuut....,. 11' %"O
eM ous nerve since the day of his arrest loo feet fronting on lake, near town 10Wu .... ........ Art...... ..........U)1U8StuIl4............'.. .fl.\ .... ...... ..1 I \Z.. ". ,"..,..

for the murder of his sweetheart, li35O feet deep. Is crossed by Olive t nn Daily!trot Turlnr Can an mama. .' So am:\ l' Vuffut S-loofna! : Cam on bell tonu-2d-' '-
e oopt aontlay
Miss Grace Brown, whom It la charged street 750 feet from lake. Unfinished ._'- -ii-i''i'' :::..a;, '.....""= _. =- ..
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he betrayed abandoned. and then wind mill and tank Is No. I : 21 I No. 19 Dally asr-
HOL7N dwelling; ; place s 23:0 MIlYPORf 8RANCH kd. 1O !tI.o f.u. r'
murdered. ; tlalll kaeapt I lyly; sandal' ,l ,
piped and partly arranged for irrigationwith Only I Only t .eaY Omy: .1

the\ Gillette's verdict: counsel ef aside will, move Thto to will have be standpipes; sewer' pipe into lake; ioo;;; i j-; ; ,;'is\" Ly..Jo\ek".n\.I, .. I\. ..'71;-;';':;;' -..
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2 tepnl 101anm' 0 1MI'm umam.fjn"'fI.JII..It.' .. ,
) preliminary to the appeal to be pl44111 complete bllth room fixtures, with hot 24Up. 10 MARl 6tipu Hiram / ........I..bl.. (it"I1.II.L\., ,. 7.SO.nI u'I Li j", r ,.,I ,,
., water; nice lawn and a !great; many Fruit t npm 10 Sham 861'i m IHlllln "'...... .A.hll\t! ,lk..u.l.! ..t.... u "" It 1,'m.. ,
later trees all in be rlnJl. This plAce offer. ) wpm 1l loam" 7IUpm 10 Wem Ar. ..: ,..Mayport.. ... ... ..1yI 1 I\ 4.e"'"! II!I "" "
Gillette will probably be taken to ed at 16.000.00. Apply to WALLACE ------u:; ::_.,_...:........... ".,- s- -

the Auburn, $; Y. prison.. R. MOSES, West Palm Bloch Flft. PENINSULAR; AND OCCIirENTAL: STeAM Sltl; ? .cft; :; : 'i is; :Ai'i ., .

;;, Close Connection Made bl* Miami. wild SttinMlilpti rot be r:-A O- S.-'s. C<>.0.-
''I May Compel Gorky to Leave Italy. N. C. JONES Havana and: Key \Vc.st .

.. I New York, Dec. 10.-A Rome 'die- 'SOtJTHBOUHQ' =: __ _..
patch published here says the Socialist ttttHji:: )
Contractor and Butlder Lv MIAMI ....Tnemlayi. 9utunAay..Jl {"tI1 to' nAy A Y.\....... .h.....
) and radical pagers! wildly attack At UKEYWESJ KUY \VKHT.VeJ": WadueiHlavt. flu government 'because, according it ....... Lv KIYII'KI1' 1'barAty. 11",1., 1 ,.
UAVAN4..Tl\u..dal' .1010.1" .
Ar MIA'U. .:'r''
Building pf( Docks and Boathouses a .. '1u'"y.; .,
fo their Hey, 4f la<$ dwjde' $ com: "
pel Maxim Gorky the Russian writer, Specialty Additional Sailing between Key: \> f;:t I.t 't t;'V I\--:

X11 \by a kind of InterdJet, to leave Italy. I P. a. Box: 41 1. t... KEY: WEST....)fon".".. FrM' < *... 5SOpm 1.v 11.\\ "' .I..1'urr'''rsunfnnh.
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U HAVANA..TuejJ tlalur<1a' 1110&111 A' j K1oY I'I. ., .,
l t"
:.t. Gorky lw been living quietly at ----- uv'yulnr 1 WO-W-READY Capri. He wa* 1o Jiave gone >to tho )Velt Palm Deal h. Fla. Trains Discharge Passengers tt Stt1p's- SIJcNn-: ; Ti;.;it;: ; .

} city of Naples, for tile 'first perform. ; The .,,, ----==='"" ..:... =- -:=- -
AIIIIW i u.w V T > v ttiunv
sacs of his drama 'Children of the L., A. WILSON Mite the. vuveral RUttluni, but, their arrival ataht.atrninamaybanrt'f" (tti>arira a' lute :::'.t' tlAt.:ed ri.Ii :
out In tote Company, be beta, tu' / t
pumriht\ i.rbny ,
-I Sun, which bite been played; over A dvlyafl.1' Cl'L" "'" r'una'... U'
ly --- ------ hundred times la St. Petersburg.: To MANUFACTURER. or For Copy of the LOCAL"TJ"MB'c'AU& grLar tlf.1r.:

I be just, the dispatch adds, It must Boots SEE THE TICKET
and Shoes AGEN 1'7I.
9aoo"b> )iUnZOanting be /said that 'the government Is embarrassed .
I. b .
RAHNCR.
H Asst (}cn" V'avi Altt.. Sf. Anit. .: ,
as the Neapolitan popula- Repairing in All Kinds of Leather:
tion Is very excitable.: A report of .

vapor Ranging, Graiz ning. Vaa.- the disorder some weeks ago whenM. Goods Neatly Done, 7

y Gorky spoke rata meeting! wpuJd Indian Tanned Buckskin'and
nishing, .JiaZsomining'and Glazing certainly have displeased Russia, and

Will work in country or city. Full line latest Sample Books to select from Russia Is now negotiating a com merJaJ J ur A aVi

1. LOWEST PRICES p} ':treaty with! Italy. Horsehide e Shoe

All Work rlrat Cla a ah,<|. LtaV Your Orders atAtlantic FOR TENDER FEB.T!

Ousr&Me,4. 3ckrsl.nlcka btor. Controversy Reaching Acute Stage, Olive St, North of. New Jefferson BloNOTICH.

Dallas, Tex.. Dec. 10-,-/The controversy
Wast Palm 1Jsao1l.
: between. United States Senator :

Bailey and Attorney, General R. ta County JuHge's Court, Probate Jurisdiction i /i AI
-- V. Davidson as a. result of"allerationa
Dade County, State of Florida.lu .
that Bailey bad borrowed from -
u .... money the matter of the Estate of)
-- H. C.
Pierce president of the Wa I
IhNI Patience P. Ward deceased.) r
ters-Pierce Oil company, is assuming
an. acute stage In Texas. Notice Is hereby given that on the
Opponents
''s Coast Line of Senator Bailey are organizing and seventh day of January, A. D. 1907, t

members of the Democratic committee shall present my accounts for final settlement m x ?A C rt
'st. I I from[ Commancha, county have directed and apply for my dischargeas 't,

I'i' fflorida Georgia Alabama Virginia, that another primary election! fop executrix of the Estate and of the
nominee for the United States senate Last Will and Testament of Patience

I ]forth (3aroZina r South (3a-roZina beheld to secure the sentiment of P. Ward, deceased, to. the! Col\nty;; \

the voters. Mr. Bailey baa an* Judge, at Miami, Dade County, Florida

l pounced his wllllngnew to stump the Dated June 3oth, A. D. 1906. ,
1{ county against. any opponent Victoria Adelaide\ Root.
1; The Great Highway of Travel From Executrix of tbe Last Will and Testament .

I+ I Florida-East;" West North South "Oleo" Fraud Alleged.St. H. Pierre of Patience Branoioa P., Ward, deceased.

I LouIs Mo. Dec 10.-Extensive Attorney for Executrix.

oleo frauds.* are charged against *
Sg' John R. Morris proprietor of the Notice. Four Sailings Each Week Between

3remon Dairy Company and of tllemain Notice ((3 herebj-gi en that slur mouths
To The The Famous JACK
i' East aO V ILLE NEW YORK
} Dairy company, Morrjs sur. after date of this notice,we shall present

'qttoria.aana. loot Indian jimitedkI rendered to the United' States marshal our accounts for final settlement and CftMlnn at CharlwtoM. 8.Ci both ways,
and was arraigned. It is claimed apply for our discharge as executors of tnu fisEST 'oiEAirsprps$ IIi TIE COASTWISE SERVICE

kI and J etAeorL- Qxprasa: by revenue 100,000 Inspectors pound! of that white he"oleo-converted the John estate U. Brelsford and last wilt deceased and testamentof to the CJ
-- margerlne Into Abe colored article County Judge at Miami, Dade County, .of<;,' tr vin llctwtot.

wltnln the post three months, without> I Florida.. Dated June soth, 1906 JACKGN\1U.K, KOSrON AND PROVIDENCE,
paYIng the additional tax. Armour E., M. Brelgford AND AU. EASTERN POINTS..

To The West go Co. are ,also .Implicated. Mary C. Brelsfqrd. CAlllnR at Charleston both wa,..
1Ir. II.\T II:1KI.Y: : BAIL.NOS.
houthbound HostonNorthbouoo
Wharf
li1ontgom rJ!. ou to and tho ttJiiCia Brown 'Ham Chine *f Recovery 60 YEARS From foot of Catherine ewls Street Jacksonville
D.; O.
Washington Deo. 10l'Qrmer ,-
} Senator Arthur Brown, of EXPERIENCETMADC CLYDE ST. JOHlNtf: BIVBR LINE

qZycr, via RtZanta Utah, who was shot and seriously in. Between Jacisouvllle und 3anford.,

: ured Saturday last ,by Mrs. Anna Stopflug, at Pilatka, Astor Borestord (DcLaiti) and
Pullman Cars And Through Coaches On All Trains : M* Bradley, shill remain la a crltl Intermediate tal\"lnq. en tjia !IT.Steamers ''lIUU flyer __

: cal condition. It was elated at the : _

: emergency hospital that he had!passed "CITY Of JACKSONVILLE' and "fflEP.. J( eCf.1r'

Atlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all : a. fairly oomforUt night and that MARKS
t : for DESIGNS Aresppointedtosail ai r<)lIo.'II'JRdillOn"III" daily 'f't ."' '' "r his chance bad
points- via: all trains as far east as Washingtonand consIderably recovery Improved> Anyim*, tiding ikatelt COPYRIGHTS and ,,, 9'.,.". t m.
as far west as St. Louts. Cincinnati and JVew : Onlnalr Invs an rl-uln our, opinion, frm. CiinmiunlnS:whMh:: mar I Southbound ...lIed..... Oor'SbouiidRead

fi; Orleans; rats $ 6'CONSULT" : sent"Vrrfei0dernAND Tnu } ] Kon'ffilSSPu "m.' Lw.. 3jopm down. . ...... .. .. JACK XJNVir.tB.: ..rlftl k:..00 d up aID

THE PURPLE FOLDER Counter. Eugenia Bertlnattl DeadV :::.-t.ken.., htssx4itoAcE: ; :"<'"'"1o.88II" "5 8.51'111............ ........... .. .. .PAIATKA.. .. .. . 1-e..loop.
Nashville Tenn. Dec. 10.-<:Oun- J Jooant .. .. .... .... A T01T ,. ". : :, "ISOp:
Fortilr. and detailed information teas Eugenia Berttaattl. aged 80, Is Stltntlfic Jlmtrlt ll. -- ... ... .. BRP.8'U'QltD: (T'at-AND .: '" '. w I nop

regarding dead In thla city.She was born in A Pudsonlely' ftn.tratad. .....t,,.. '.imb <11... Acrtntsoam. ... '" ."..... ...... ... ...... AWK.lHIi ,.....',J. '" 'i." ,. .. .* 9381"
;' rates, Pullman reservation, schedules, call. on Sumner county, this tate f and was a ""ear 'elm', !.VIq soul 10urn,1.b,en n.w.ee.lan Term.. fa a _'* IOne, ".....................a..t..A...." RVTKlrMtlSK:. .-...: ... : '": ____-" 1OI52-!

+ your,nearest ticket agent or icrite .nJere of the late Senator William{ M. 'N & : '* ,. New York General_. Paueno and Ticket( Office.': 22 u W RJ\"'f.. : JacksgnvllleF.M.IRu9NUVUttt.JrAa.'III.NIYeuAttits

"i RANK( O. J30TL8TWN W. O, STARK, late, of Tenaeaaeer Countess BartnotU .....:.\ VI1Ioe; garSt.,Wubuytuo, .do CofOnYSKlDNEYCURE -
v DblrlaCYawapr'. Agent Tr..... Flua,A5.atJaekeonvilla bad spent many years- at her Wb.C4)UPHJr.Frd8htArh: ;' ; : l W. i I--_;; t'y"; ; .,, :I r; ,tuYI J4ne t LLeoPt run.

Fla. astle In Italy, She war once decorated Pont of "' ". Plarldn'A.OUAUtaTYOwglhlM'aY.ewArerN.wYurse .
f.
sw <<; by the sutttn of Turkeyr tl.>A/>K. ,v" IN',(;
''M* ;.--- ..._- ._-- f.kgs ICldlllJa and B1ad r Right Q ''''EU J>. KOEa -'rHlof..nt sad' 0NrauelnraaruaelllJ,,"aIxoadwaro
narM Oflloe
*. riarnil. North M.irerNewYork, : (W

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THE.. TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DKOKMBKR 12 I'lOfi\'/ ) PACK; FIVE "
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I Dining the past few clays four man a'a
r DYING WOMAN LEAVES JapH.nOM" hnve arrived at the Japan J'gN'S DEC. 7.sIfWG.

esp .' "lollat Yuniato, and all! of (lluImluMilous The VirginiaHot

BODY TO ROOSEVELT Jape semi to feel encouraged Centrally L'Jcnted

OVIT their prospects as farmers
and fruit growers In Dade county. and Cold Baths Electric Liglzts

The work of raising/ the hull of the Large Cool Rooms and cuisine the very hum. Kales ti per day special Rules by
Said President Would Have the week or wunth, Carriage rue 111 cunni-i tlnu! with house to and from tininntVUVH. .
,
1111 fated) exlteu lon steamier, the St.
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A. I. HAUI-.H. I ''op''i.t. B n
Roil Her Bode Cremated; Lucia, was completed last, week and ---.---- '-- --- -._-

the vessel was towed I In to the port at NOW OPEN

WILLED,KITTENS TO ROOSEVELT Miami '''Friday night. All that remainsOf bQe' Palms _I_ __ ..

the vessel now are her iron hull
: Fronting On Lake Worth
and parts of her engine"the boiler
Woman Drank 'Chloroform-Police Large home like hotel l, well appoiiiltd and beuulllully located, giving the comforts -
and the stern ,wheel. All the rest
Bakinf' PowderAb5olutely Believe She U the Woman' Who Laid without tbe cost of the more extensive cues. Situated on Lake Worth oppo.
was torn away during- the storm of site Royal Poinciana Hotel. White waitresses, electric bella. Good fishing, huut-
Sle.ga to the President's Home at October lSh., The St Lucia will be lag, boating. Rates $J.so and J3 per day, special rates bv tbe week. :
TH t& fALMS W..t alm ElMcbIia
Oyster Bay. rebuilt as soon as possible and when _

( completed will be replaced In com-
New ,Ycrlr, Dec. 10.-Lulu. B. Gro- OVERLOOKING LAKE' WORTH
mission on the Key West Extension:
ver, 45 years old, and who bad described ) I/ Plaza
work .
Pure herself as a magazine writer
OPEN ALL THE YEAR '
was removed to.a. hospital Sunday WANTED: -To buy good .fresh cow. ,,

night, suffering from chloroform pois Address this office. tf Fluest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths Newly Furnlabed Througbout. Ratesare
DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF oning. Her condition WAS said :to bOj most moderate couslsteut with cleanliness under the personal supervision ol k
critical. Doster's for toys. tf Mrs. E .A. Burkhardt

TARTAR BAKING POWDER There 1 J. some doubt as to ,the Iden- P O. Box 23S. Late of Atlantic City N. J.

tity of the woman, who for a month,
past baa occupied, an apartment on Only Place In Town To RATES $:>.oo PER DAY Cuisine Unexcelled
Royal does not contain an atom of Lexington avenue. The police believe Special by Week White Mountain Help
'
phosphatic acid (which is the her to be the "Mrs. drover" Oet a
who just prior to-the RooseveltLongworth Eartman -loaseUnder
product of bones digested in sulphuric wedding was asked to leave, the

acid) or of alum (which is White House and who later attemptedto
see :the president at Oyster Bay. nanagement d. T. RYAN & CO.
one-third sulphuric acid) substances fo' the secret service' men "Mrs. Gro- HILL BROS' Also, Prop', of Parkwity Uot.l, Revere Ilvaoh" .1\..... A Modern ImprovvmeuM } !
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adopted for other baking pow- ... v-er" paid at the Um that she was a .

ders"because of their cheapness.ROYAL magazine writer.A cl Mrs Parrish

from neighbor Mrs. Grover's was attracted apartments by: groans late SnOKER Poiree) tt a Coma )' e West Palm Beach

YORK. Sunday and: found Mrs. Grover unconscious Florida
BAKINO POWDER CO., NEW
on the floor of her bath room.A .
physician who was summoned Was, Centrally located, at Corner of Foiucetta: and Uvernla Streets. Rates $l.so

to fi: .oo day. $10 oo week.
making a hasty examination when per per
W, A. A. Y. F. B. We are 'after
paragraphs of your furniture business 'OMcOlnley. the woman recovered her senses, ami Put Up In Two Sizes OPEN ALL THE YEAR
said: '

Goeat I Jnteresl Favorite 1 Fertilixei:; for all crops, and "Let me alone, I wish to die. ThereIs Seminole Hotel Rates $2.00 and Up
all agricultural chemicals' for sale -by no one ,to blame.

I C. A. Wood ruff. 24-tf: She was removed to a hospital. .-
W, A. A. Y. F. B. We are aftei Wben the police visited the. house GEO. ZAPF, Protrletor ..

your furniture business. McGinley. Mr. H. M. Flagler, Mr. J. R. Par- they found on a table In the*'parlor Newly Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. Accommodations< For 150 Guest

rott and other high officials of the two letters one sealed! and the other 11 -
!Mrs. Doyle, of Jacksonville, 1 U Florida East Coast Railway, are expected open. The sealed letter read as follows -, 'NOWOPEN.Q .

ipendlng some time with (Mrs. Samuel 1 to reach here tomorrow or z Clematis AveTwo
Saturday Night Deo. 8, 190 :-(To ctt1S
S
street. otta.gs
Datura
8. Gibson Friday coming down from St. Augustine ) blocks :
the Coroner or the Firat Police Officer west of R. R.
in a pitvate car. The officials
(Mrs. Loul o 'Sexton, a regular winter that Finds My Body,. 'Here; I beg MRS. C. P. CROSBY Proprietress
will make a tour of inspection over .
visitor here' has arrived at The of you to telephone to President, '
the entire, line, and may go as far''' as Theodore Roosevelt. He will have Every thing up-to date. Table service unexcelled. Rates :|i.oo;perdayWe ,
Virginia for another season. r t Palm Beach Fla,
; Key West. my body cremated. I hav writtento .
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The Book Stqre (In Masonic Tem him);. have made my will, and all
ple) for newspaperst periodicals, stationery Only this week for the 25 per cent, I have is his. lIe will have every POULTRYChickens THE SERGLE HOUSE
eta discount on trimmed hats .at Mis; thing attended just- aa I wish It

Ponce's Millinery, Palms Block to be right. He knows where to NOW OPEN

It Is officially learned this morningthat !Mr. and Mrs. S, Burd and party of find ever thing .
all of The Breakers cottages, on friends came up from Delray by "Please enclosed find J5 and a thou- "A Home Away From Horn eA

the ocean front, have been rented for launch yesterday morning and spent sand thanks for your kindness. Please i) e e
do not let my poor kittens be fitghtened' -
the season the day here doing their holiday
'' or annoyed. President ,Rooso- andTurkeys y Centrally located and near
and
shopping 'VIsiting various points
Mr. Joe Earman. the well known veU will take them as soon as' he receives Lake Worth. Cool, airy
travelling man; with headquarters In of interest. my letter I mailed tonight to rooms best table'service t

;Jacksonville has been spending sev- him. Please let them stay here un-
Bllllfl Stewart, a well known 'Sem-
eral days with his Barents, on Datura Inole Indian, arrived yesterday morn- til then. RATES $3.00 PER DAY
"My heart is broken, so I take my
street, Ing from his camp on Lake Okechobee own life In the fan''liar way I know 'tt Special Rate By The Week 'I
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and will spend ,several .days lu- tbe. by drinking chloroform. r F. V. SEAOLE, Proprietor
W A. A. Y. F. B. We are after '
city. Blllle was bitten, by a moccasin ; "No, one la to b'ante, brt rav..elf. I
furniture business ''Mc01 ley.
your about two months ago, and will trust my spirit and future life to 8- Nov 10

receive treatment while here, Dr. 'merciful and loving God, who known
The entertainment committee of Bf1iggs: Cottage:;:Select
have Invitations Merrill attending him. He was quite and: judges our sorrow.
the Utopia Club issued seriously bitten but Dr..ffllerrlllthinks "Eulu D. Grover. 200 Fine Fat Hens Home
to an informal dance and card "2009 Lexington Ave." "UNbEK THE PINES"Hot
hat he will ,
party, which will be given in the recover. The second letter bore no date and
end Cold Baths on every floor. Large, airy rooms;good: wholesome cooking,
club rooms tomorrow evening. One of the attractions displayed In no address. It related to private mat- and very best service. Rates $2: .oo and$a 50 per day. Special rates by the week.
ters Bvernla: street, oue and one half blocks from the Lake. No consumptives taken.
ilrs. Jlarrlet Valentine, of Rlchl one of the show windows at thp MRS. H. E. BRIGGS Proprietress

mond, Jnd., and, 'Mrs. Olive Tufts. Of Hatchatt-DoCamara Hardware Com Bookej.Washington To Speak. Order Your Christmas

Malngllle Ohio; ,are guests of Rev. pany's store, Is a beautifully mounted Atlanta, Dec.. 10.-Booker 'T. TURKEY TodayAT NOW OPEN

and CUrs. Samuel 8. Gibson,,, Datura toadfish, which 'was prepared Mr: J, Washington, the well known negro j The Datura Street
near
Street, and will spend the winter'_In Paul Clarke, The work represents a educator spent Sunday in Atlanta. la : Keystone Center of Town
West ;Palm Beach.- .' ''_' '<.' '* great deal of skill .and' haa received the' afternoon he addressed the mem*

W, A, A. Y. OP*. B. We ,are after many compliments from persons passing bers of his race at Carter's tabernacle, r Lake' Worth Produce Co Recently Enlarged an I RenovatedAu

your furniturebusiness.. McGlnley. the store. It is being displayed His address was based, largely on reCent Ideal Family Hotel Good home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms,
with the. fishing tackle:offered by'the racial troubles In ,Atlanta, and Fresh Fruits and Produce Received Hot and Cold Baths, Electric Lights and modern Improvements. Rates $a.oo per "
Mrs Joseph Jefferson and family Hatchett-DaCamara Company: coming to the city was the direct day, special rates bv the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK, Prop., West Palm Beach

were la Jacksonville yesterday; en result of the interest which the ,bet- Dally.DRUGS. "; Balers or Bread to Eat

route to. Palm Beach to spend the 'W.: A. 'A. Y. F. B: We are after .ter element 'of .the negroes ',feels lathe 'Sf

winter After a few days with Mr. your furniture business. ,,McGlnley( movement' toe a better understanding NOW OPEN

and Mrs.. Charles Jet rson. at Hobe between the. 'white race and the '' THE LAKE VIEW '
Sound they will come here for the 'Miss ,Mary Lou Hatchet! Is expected negro At night he delivered practically FRONTING ON LAKE WORTH :,

to reach home Saturday evening from thesame, epeecb: at Rev. H. !
leason. Atlanta 'where she is a pupil. In the II. Proctor's;. church. Both meetingswere lust Opposite tbe Royal Folnriana Hotel Gas,.Hot and< Cold Bath. Large cool I:'

Mr. C. S. Clarke, representing Sun well known Washington Seminary. well attended, and & number of and Airy Rooms. ,'

Brothers Circus spent Monday In the She will spend tbe holidays with her well known, and prominent white people S P. Q. Box 126 MRS. J. C. LAUTHER :; .

city, arranging for the coming of his parents Mr, and Mrs, W. P. Hatchett were Interested. tpeetators. 1( Required, Holidaysor

shows to West' Palm !'Beach on Saturday corner,!of Olive: and Bvernla) ; streets., Other Days _. t
Mart arid Wife Killed by Train.
the 22nd. 'He'says... that Sun Accompanying IMIns' Hatchett will be Tenn.
Murfreesboro Dec. 10.
Brothers this year have a much bet- Miss Elizabeth Ledbetter, of Georgia ,While in buggy. attempting to crogff LUMBER SHINGLES

ter show than ever before. and iMlss Louise Scott: of Ocala; and the Nashville\ Chattanooga and St.

)by these young ladles will be :Miss Hatch-: Louts railroad' tracks near here Sun- The'BOOKSTORE 3Kipmclvt| To Ahy PaK of The .::)tat(. X. Inquiries Solicited:
The The Tropical
advanced
plan ) ett's guests during the holidays. day afternoon, J. H. David and wife,
Bun in its {issue of last Saturday con- of' Naahrllle! Tenn were run',down qJTers suitable tilings to _..-Low( t Prices.---

cernjng! the 'improvement and main- The members of the .West Palm and killed by-passenger-,train No. 8,' .

tenance of'the city park, J is meeting Beach. Volunteer 'Fire Department are southbound The same train at La- give at presents 1Vlcnair 4s Son
Fernandina
with! the approval l of'many public spirIted planning to Issue. invitations to a : Versus,. 15 miles north of here etruclt .FOR MEN: Florida

citizens; and 1( la probable that,, New Year's Eve Ball on the:eveningof i and dangerously injured. John Elder, Ink Stands, of Glass and: Metal -

within a few day I( there will be sev- Monday, December 31st. A committee a negro. Collar Cases of Leather
rUmrUDDGDJt
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eral liberal subscriptions announced.You consisting Chief J. O. Cheat Handkerchief Boxes ,

, ham, H. ,Clay: DeBerry; and Chaff.. Prominent Chicago-,,Physician: Dead Shaving Sets of'Sllver and Chinaware .
will make mistake yvd Chicago; De S.' 40.-Dr. Ferdinand ;,
tno Hodges has been appointed to arrange .. I
withhold your holiday purchases un- the details and the firemen Hrnratla, for twenty-five years one WHEN YOU WANT J II '

. til McQlpley( 'Brothers", stock arrives, and' their friehd* are anticipating, apleacant 'of Chicago's moat eminent physiciansand military Hair' Brushes '. I I a..
M they mad -thelt:' rder"after all ) surgeons and president: of the Smokera Sets of Metal .
up; occasion. The dance .will! 'be I I. _
polytecbJllcal hospital died of heart .
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other merchants' opened their ,tock. strictly an invitation affair. f disease Sunday' ,For, quirter of ,a ,Cigar-1. ,JaVa< ;Silver" Mounted..' A nice Baggy or Carriage'! to lake. drive

Yon can findthat particular' article II century Dr. Hoarotln stood at the 1, 4 i A good Saddle Horse for a cttucr or exercise '#)
lou want In this ;well selected stock.Brothers ,Hire pastor ,of the r ," 1j
Her. Henry t''
in
' tf hood of Ills profession Chicago Dr. 'I Fr' Goods.Delivered or Hauling of any kind done, call on ,
McQlalht,, .. Methodist church left )yesterday mornIng Henrotla was barn In 18-17-In. Brussels ... :
for Pulatka to attend the annual" Belgium.. r. .
, Messrs. I. >IJ. Burton, and Oco.::-H., THE I
. 'Florida! Conference, which! convenesIn ,

, .; that, clt/ today and will continue i One Hundred Indictment. ConfectioneryCouli'as( $ STABLE THAT t
Rev. HIce ,
Sunday, Barboursvllle
Its sessions over Ky. 'DeeiO-.tnq
' Christian ftln s.c;. ,, ;prominent boa, served tDa:church, here for threnmicconBire hundred ,lndlctnient tor ''{aIsoTresla-- Fine I Goods 1 ,la,a_ TREATS' YOU RIQHT ". J f@Dog" *
wdrk4I '
Science > Is expected '
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tratlon have bees: sworn onf"at Mtd-: '
to years which is one year ,; t large variety Packages,
: reach West Beach (Boston .
tomorrow; Palm ttlg&t\ <.. -wlil'spend from !longer than other.pastor! has eyer I dlesboro registration, a* there a result precedingJtlie of: the special vote'I 5 to 60cfc< .special\:.orders, ...Guns ami. G.u14t\8\ furntshsd, .for hunting: Parties

the reason here, : -, been stationed"( at this church. Whileunder&itieaulea touts on.: local option ,;tobe Ames: ,next Wed\ ,four. hrlettpha! ;g'. ; piay We send drivers. wlttt ottlfyott, wUli .

iT5 : of conte1CAC9; he Deiday'...Whr leaal l. frauds ,are, ,claImed Ilepiaoea.nowfi. I I Horses areVpi'< etagyf1l\ takeu, ogre of : t z'
; .. for ? r "f ,I .
< "Woman's }kissionarjr '.$oal iaty ireiturned'{ (? hj-, ,, >n.e, (more year '6y the. "Ury.*' rTrahitentl i fed' at', Urn
the Baptist churchl( ,wlll, glue ,Sri Its; eeeroa." to-:: thinly, (bat; : :.the? Bishopwill f 1 ; : : i. .? : ..r'' .. 4'" .( .,,' 'I''Y.I I If } any

. ,apes) meeting;<; nexi' SabbaiV: evening; lransterhim to another'work.. '" .." .f tl. ,1.t'J'j'\ S l .I : '" W1 ISBLL.eW100band, ; ,del. Iver., i it,.to you : .
Fatal Popcorn Coloring. ,
, ,beeemher 16th, at JfjjS: o'clock 'There At the .ervlceSunday, evening Rev. Wpotte.., XQ<1...: ,. _lQ.='w.dt _.... _> S' ".M.H-,,,--'_..."___ ,._ .' ""eAI1PBELL1VlONRO.S'neDlock j'
:, will. be readings a4Sr di*.olitio *and ''Hio*"flnl !h *._hls'! year'r *'wor'k'-and Chipman, t-year-otd son of ClarenceD. ,

{ \\1ort address \\bi,"').Jri": .;.Clark,, on read, 'a report of the church work caipmaa, and grandson of United Mercantile Drug Co.Or '

I stn 1I work of 'the' Society.Special, which', shows progress there having States Gauger' WV, C. Weir.. ,died of North of Bank West Palm Beach, Florida ;
';, 8\t\ has, been 'arranged fof the ocAH been' near ,seventy members added potaonlng alleged 'to hare been,.due 1'

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< .IKiiiiliiv! in the ofll..o!' of i he rlly i lent) ;, \ and election duty Irolll 81.\\. r1 :\1 0
i M I I.i' -mtiabllshPil( on Janu- toun sel The 1)11'I Ise of sefd l'I". lout SIRKIN CO1
"ii !> lo ".''d! In.-'iuii'iK l TJ-Miiailw;:: : ISth.Ml .
.i 1 i \\ir. Carrot I i It"( ,m- 'the now IB NJ vote upon Bonds for Se.", r eel '.
: "V iin-ii rtlf'ilii.' lo !iiai'tlriijalp+ I.iii" Stu-ria iiiipHH-cniei.iH. fl.II'I to btr I IIIBCrutdfliiru ':
t" >'. t- J and vlll HI l u 11"1! in ,iliei.i
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I !, c-lly!I bond i Ifrlt.m aIr caulloM: with )tile follonii) ,|> .r'tKll1lhm Ji,1.'

:. i' > 01 i-alli. i.i IMII: ') .i -i PU'I u afr>nl .sic :IIi t thv aro duly rrglHiurett. VH-fCfl by the City snarl: on Tiivbilav, .:: __ ..' _-" .,,, --,,,.;c.- "'., .-==;..-.-- \ ,. "' ,
_.. .- .- thc 2Hi\ of Noveriiber! A I) t 1906 iu (('K-) ,o\oIr\ ': ';'. .
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J. 1 J.. H'I'H', C'tty Clerk. ulllr session "
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!>; ,T. H. Mi'ln' and 1 faml1' urrUcrlPri Where Will You Get it "
; 11. 'e! I'-iJvn HI Itch. Jla D"... S, 11)1)0J )() S"'. er and Street\ I''prlv.t/ltnl Bond. ,I .... I
>Uft> 'ilphl, Ii ) i l n are). ('01., when Re"olu.jotl-CalliuII, for Election to '. !_" .
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:hey 11,. j bt, r i,: ..;i* 'It'fi.IlI, I 111 lti,;its of tho Owls Whist Club I Determine! the suinK I oi' Sands YcuR'TA.'T? Jr ",

I h< 1'(' i.1 u. .. < )KI>. Tlicj HVP I \VUTOfiA8' It hali't><:en necessary to u )
vl tili'! iu'iulenien! frlenJs Weir! do- I extend the sewer ti avsieut! : of tire, City uJ! ; iS C
a,;;.'la nuojii viii"' !i .- Imn
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'"r>'lly rnlerlalned\ Monthly. even- Wot' fairly Brncb, Florida, and his( now I ; ( f
ti'i I II lit! s1, ' 4a be
'ii, l by Miitii'l. Mrs. T. T ReeSe, at sire"' "Improve.; tai
rule HiarV, and : .. +
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VVITHRHAS. II i I. the /udijuient of the I
I) 'mult) :;, on (thR East Side !ha party City c.u"clIllsttt) it in illll1..d"lubl. pay '

W A. A. Y. I'. B. ".'e arc "fj'r Ivr.\ I.IA h'' <*u ('oIrl'ledI.'oa... tho lake for Mid newer i and street improvementbv West Paint .,$4CtchrIor'k' ?

: 0 1 ,. ;is the most feasible method of piocutitiK' .
i ''V (the Lake Ferry Company. There mid prerid!':dig!! !lor the payment of ihestImprovements LYE HAVEThe 5 }-; -'

MIM \V''Itthe'' well known rollW-: : were six tables of duplicate! and after ; Following to Salcct prom .' '. ', '" .,..\i-' ,
ner, has returned from the north and a spirited game delicious refresh- '1'IIhRHFOat-lie, it resolveJ by the I,. > i' \ :i" "" '''' .' ''
'' City Council of the CUy of West Palm / : '"' '' ''
ppsmnr ,1' !joHlnnn with I Mrs. 1. ::IMIBvjr| uerved, and }lr. and Mrs Iti-nch Florida In Hares Stetson 4,r; ..h" ;.'...r.' '
regular nesslon assembled i'/
-CoiibiBiitl .r ,>n tri. nnar. During ,li' : .1v' ,, :,-
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HuunniMMlur\ : V hi I' has been conne.clI I thanked for one of the most 1906, that on the aSth day of December, [.Enfields Gold' Bonds I ,I .

I ed with a large and fashlonabble millinery pleasant evenings the 'club has ever A. D. 1906, there shall be held in the ..
City of West Palm! Beach World
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establishment In tile capacity .
known special election, to determine the que. J- I
01 hfail trimmer and she Is better lion of issuing bonds of the City of West The Sirkin, Special

prepared l than ever to serve the ladles I Palm Beach, Plorlda, in the sum of Sev- .

; ( of Went Palm Beach. Mrs. Constantine WIIA T'S I en Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars .,
worth doing is worth doing well. It (f 7 50Q 00)), to consist of fifteen ((15) bonds -., .
promises to show this season the pf the par value 01' Five Hundred: Dollars SHOES FOR MENFlorsheim's .
wish be cured of Rheumatism
finest' ( line of millinery ever broughtto you to ($50000)) each, bearing date the first day I I ., ..

Went Palm peach. use Ballard's Snow Liniment and yon of J'ebruary, A. D 1907, parable In gold .. .
will be "well -cured." A positive cure I coin of Ihe United States of Douglas ,' t

for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Contracted : the present standard weight and fineness ,
For Sale at a Bargain. Thirty ((3n) years after date, with
(Muscles and all the ,Ills that interest payable seuii-annuiilly, at the Monarch(; Pats '

Two horses, single and double wagon flesh Is heir to. A. O.M. Williams, rate of five per cent. ((5 per cent.:) per II I .
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one.undercut and 'hum Call n..MU." both pr i a.d l fllertet, pey "" ( "
Navasota writes .u."a. ,
gur'ey or : ,' Texas : I .- 1J ; ,,; !.NA :"
able at the office of the City Treasurer of I ,
address, Mrs. Tiffany Wesl' Paint Beech Liniment
for
"I have used' Snow I
the of Palm Florida
City West Beach, SHOES FOR LADIES -
Fla.' ,- Ins sprained ankle and it gave the best with! a provision that any and all of Bald ,,,,,, '0r +
of satisfaction. I always- keep it In bo'uds may he redeemed at par and ,

Dill 1'ickIts, at Hubcr Drotlicrs'! if I the house. Sold by A.: G. Rlegel.MY accrued Interest not sooner than Ten Queen Quality Boston
((10> yearn after date.

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Against For bqmls bonds for f7,500 for 17,50000 oo Favorite and Lots

and the "X mark shall he placed to the

HOME I IS left and proposition Immediately the in elector Trout, shall of whichever elect. of.Others The New Railway Addition

10 vote for.

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\ Willson, R. W. Porter, S. P. Battle, in- framed at McCioley. Brothers
r" At the \Vell {Known pectors, and B. A. Ehmnnn clerk the Company. To the City of West Pa..lnBeach..

aid l Inspectors and clerk to receive for Convenient to Bridge, Ferry Railroad
heir services the same remuneration ss
i. such iffiJera for county elections. EARLY TO BED .station and to the business part

and Popular Store of GEO. B. BAKER., Mayor. and early to rise, makes one healthy;
Vest Palm Beach Fla. of town. Prices 'Low and' Terms
happy and: wl especially: It you
Njvember aS 196.
Easy. tf good discount will be allowed -
take Herbln before re rlng. A posI-

4 G. W. IDNER & SON A New Departure.To tive cure for Constipation Dyspepsia for Cash -

my stock of hardware,' groceries, and all, liver complaints Mrs. S-,
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HOLIDAY bay grain and feed, I bare added the Columbia Teniu, 'W'1'ltos "I always For plats and full information apply ,to
Where my best and largest display of
two well known brand of fertilizer, keep a supply of your Herblne on

pRESIHTSareto be seen. Come, bring the Mjpes Fcrlllurs! and the Sanders' hand. Am to ,ploased with the relief 'WALLACE R. MOSES,

Fertiliser Go's, products C. A Wood-
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Christmasand It gives In constipation and all liver Agent Florida East CoH t Railway Land Department.West .
t old ,and young and have a Merry rt1 A. corner Polnselta and Ban van streets ,
complaints that words can't expressmy
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1ltsvtdahed I Palm Beach Florida. [
a Happy New Vear or unfurnished cottage or appreciation. Sole by A. O. Rle- ,

t r.u... MeOlnler Brotuers get 4 '%' %
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In answer to advertisement in local press "THE EURRIE INVESTMENT }}'


G MPANY has ''succeeded in obtaining exclusive sale or 'rent of some of the best aC


properties in West PalmBeach and \ i inity, and now takes pl E a sure n offering to; theN

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Will buy n plnwtppK( Rrtrt Will buy !:Aecrraoflandat $4 000 Will buy a T room Ioa" 1'000 Will hny n 5 room eotla.ce k
57 $ \;;
$23.000 ,itri.pcfrult' find orange Ittvl.-ra ou a point juttingliitu FurnIshed Houses For Rent and bath In cl.oli'e rv.ldrnue I aa. ISO' ( foot |lot wntt of
tilantutlnn of 48 ... ,..... trt.BOO. urn WHMtukm Lnke.Wor'h In full sight of the Inlet., location nn Kvrriila: treat two millotftl the Railroad on Datura aevuratnntlva .::::}
I tint tin-plnceliiat sex"an. It run, Tlierc1 ,IH tin old building with. U rooms In wnlk from the Lake. iitnea on loti'. 1i cl;
on a a.i.I.till'trial. S'1 are, vaiutnVd. It..m It which could be used im o toinporiuyhome $800 For 1+ room Lnko Front <}in trtrt \\111' buy a Lake front "L;,
tlo" brit tiling, OlilH kind 111 lilt HtUttl Of Teltnciv' of the place Iri ,cleared house Hallway Addition <]>L>,UUU hoimp. miuatoil on B acres Will buy n BO loot I lot on .t'I 'ft .
Florida.O1 HIIII acres la In oruuftva, tfrapvtrult etc. all bvurlnw. tpOUUHuttnetrcet oOlce In West I'a I in Beach I road contalnltifr two cottaitva that ant

.rlll.hd will buy the only hotel Iu $800 For HO room' house on Datura- $3000 Will buy *11 orange and"if rape now I'e..tln'uI'U.1; per month. .
Will buy n $7,006
Street felt, 110 1U,1.a math or "i
grove
J. OOOO of BOO In-
Dc.lrHV
> 1A Ill) l.nke uptown b'lort
house in nn
front, Inn. appeal|.r lli>val ri'lm-liilin' roiltnlulnfr b"blr.\nh and which la now paring OUO $650 For Lake front henna In JcrTer- l'\hAbr"oh\ ; ;growing 10 acres: plneaiiulea In grove and and 63 TOKUblun norea- $1 000 Nun| buy on a IJ*acre hlc>h there InDroy la .t'.t
t '1 14 ,looniM and two i .ilia with nitnioilern a Y""". kt nun addition; 8 room BO with the tract. t h'acres | ), 11<1 a )1,1 ira.an0 fourroom "'lI'
I r' CUII"ut.uceMJlutlt, fur the saw house within a- block of tho I'o t.Olllce. Jt\
}'o,6 house Evernlaatreet
l aou #WOD djiy Will buy a 10O foot lot on $400' room on Will b ny II 1- room house .
r 5> < ,UOU t It e mxln atreet. t.l Went $3'000 on Kveniln .tr ot clciw to -
Fnlm wh'li-h la a houselotwitthit. A'SOU For 8 room honae on corner; ",- tile Eplaoopul church' $760 R'llibayaanngdrooment-
u 1O K.ffWill bar' a fnrnlfhcd rooniM aurilte"rhtwnno blithe On $ Pen Street and Let Front. rl" bt of
$ wl" buy way I
< .+ |houH"ln view of th"ke' In also n i>ne" store home nf A rooniH.Thla $2,800 a7roomeiosesntlar0urceeofDaturastreet.. '
\l l+ 0# mm hluekfrnulthe |itHtf>,ftice. contilnlntfU property Milt enHlly bring {tOOO $350 For 3 room house on Datura cornur ,
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\ rooiiia unit hnnutldilly Hlliintrd. The per .1'U'U\ street tastreet.anmodarneoeveuieuee.! ; t
;f\\ house can lit liud' un'urtilMlivd! for .1. OO $2 fihn Will boy a B room house Sob Will buy 10 ecrnof, pineapple
i Irexr Will buy a homestead of $35u roomeottllll'elnJllltw'1-f': 1I1I.lbathln' ETcr.Itt street t"ndlllcb.he.( of llojnton.. E'
p ti' .. $7.000 itto err'''on.I.UllIfOI part Addition clone to depot add not fur from Episcopal, vhurch.. rl
Will bujr S aeItatoue. w of the chulu-
li "C1 nrfWill hey It crj.of orange of four ...I"R'In Luke Wlirtb hotweenMiiiiyi b.ldge W1l|l buy n 8 ; $250 _N' plueppp4land at Boca e'
J3JHJUU J a d l unipi'i.iiu', ,grove ntUlviem >"'. Inland 1 II".llheJn"t"Ad within $35 For 6. room cottage on Cle$2,250 with an ':foot room110n"11 l ':
i n-lih a line froutaieoon I.Ako'CII.. a few mlnutea of the Atlantic Oeean. Thiapruprry mans live on hill round It, on Datura. street, are niluute '
= \ The tnllro In Jii-ni-intc. iin-l no liner elI.. ,IH Improved and would 1 be a For6mmhouseandbsth;Fern ironpoStoft'a $100 Will buy acrepropartyonthe i'J
can Iw had tocomblno n winter hums withKliiriiln'x apluudld local IUD for winter home. $275 ktreet, guar lake. $ Will buy a Srooni house on Jake| front al Man ool". two
L3b In lu lry. Uiily three n lien from inline north of West Palm fieucb. W*
.r.000 a ?'><> foot lot In the it.ti.
For alx hnuae Scoml
Palm liiauli. Will buy a hotel on A >rooni on have lib ..
$6 000 1'0111$275 roa.l A<1. Itlon. Van b" routed for the mia- acres la, Mil tract.
lake and
{ cotta turret : Avenue pear : .pinna un (or taao furolabed1u d -
t'I.(I. room and a bath. It la I In the Railroad pianola.' 4vKrt no Will bay nay property four

))5 i $ o,000 In Will|a very buy select 20 room lucntliMt hotel... 1: railrnail tdtlilouitoWestPalm: : notion and 1A00 lleaeh will l rent near it tnr-the $ 175 for aril Kern.8. room house corner Ollre $2,OOOclose: buy u. this otore Station and at hon.o t>-l- Brarh .on tb.mllranouth lake oi We Weak Palm UK
.?7 has been run for 1O r earn. JHOC \\11I1. nishedfnrtheexason. rnv.farlnffon th. main Street and conarrenIn this tract .. 3"ttlie ':u'o:
Ic for "the neituon.KOO .161 for t room house Olive street. taining a supply) of Ifroe"rI. end ...,ueral .roaul rats through. the tract, .
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I r\Xr Will buy d grape near Fern" ni..n>hHnillnc. if the party bung the
N JOOOO fruit RII.rnnn.n of : "tan sad l house wchnnrtlMoltcan to buj the men ttA.rod *H5 will bay acre pmlart'Are
$ Wn.bnyabnainesapr"p3" Pnlmlluatth. There I are 2;1 aorc*t In this i tract. $150' For afmFroomhouse on Bvernla rw :obtalnod I for tb Invnn. *VJ o, ,|X mile.. on uither: (Ida of Pain
7yUv/v .rrtv, on clematla avenuethe etrcett nol far from the t!.V two p al tory price bat dora' burn to with Iieaob. .
meta at'eet of West fnlix. Peach, 600 Will buy 110 foot LakeFront ckuroli. the house and i lot 1 r.1 la achance no for a
2 \I'blt'll'I. ow paying (114 prr mouth $4, lot In the JerferaonAddlilon llvo business 'In a growing tows $26 00 Will>ny arepr ..ty.olt.
to Weat Palm Bench. House able f"'lIra"fD. pineapple*
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haa O room vur* d>""ily arranited. Lawn $1 Ron ""r a B room house lonr mile nor*hot 1'alin Beach
t I $7,UJJ KfrWlltbii.va latlon and porangegrove back and Irnnt. Mno will natthehouee wltha6ltyffoandlot I a net on out Before street. '
lrx*ntad three nillea south ol Went Palm unfurnlibed for the jeur will buy 15 eclriof lake.Bench. $ Will buy an acre of property .*
nfrfc""h / I W nine mllee aorta of Palm.
Thirteen varletlea on the pars There In an eight,,, $4 500 Will bay an (room home mllea from, P.hnBuhoh. 8Ix.ll.0Itht'.IS t ,,| ; IJe.cb..uU"bl"lorllro..IIIJror..o..pln.. ..
rnnm. house good condition and '75() in the scalar of the town of gad for tiiicklnc one and half aura I I. orange and grapefruit grove, conveniently or vtRatablea.. <
i will reel the i ronert.v for the ">nHon lorBoynl"n and 14 acre of muck land! and Matreauf set out In plnca. Thar..R..o"! irraperrnit located, '
nleberl. coil the tenant a allowed out pine, land fn with the hou_ 4 tret on the place and the famous Palm. Will $5 I Will buy acre property ak N w""rn.
whatevt* fruit there IM ripe on the liretultw ac.... of th'* plno na : I* already. net ont 'hipineapple I..oh to Miami Rock Hoed rua throuuu $1,100 land bar: 20 acres of pine J tniubltt for pineapple or ar WMM
ae much a" he need for his own ...... *, the center of the platy. One-half acres of bearing at DelrayOne plneaV sad Ir roved..* to watt Iraagpdrkauuu.\
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If any person to whom these presents shall come Interested with any of the b -.

.can furnish spot cash tide will make a reduction on the price sufficient to, make .it worth their n.v.nOVet'tl'QP.:: isI easy

payments will be agreeable at the price mentioned. X Please also bear in mind that this makesabstracts(

insures, property and-negotiateg loans at 8 and .10 per cent. company Y. .

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