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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 22, 1906
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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 )
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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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[ :. "j9 !: r;:W lAC.1CAaYN.ittui.a awl tt.n.r.,.;twt...;.J vnt XX, NO. 75 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE NO. 1231 "

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City School Closing Merry Christmas Sun Bros Big I Relief Asssociatson r I"


Almost Here Show
TodayThis
Drew Crowds Yesterday Organized Yesterday'
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.. .- CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Is show day for West Plilm'Beach
-- The children! of tbe CongregationalSunday and young America is in his element.

Pupils of Various Grades Richly Entertained Patrons school will have their Christmas Tbe Sun Bros.' shows arrived iu town Committee's Report on Constitution' and By-Laws Accepted ,
Tree Exercises on Christmas night at during the wee small hours of the morn

and Reflected Credit on Their Instructors. 7.15: o'clock. Ing; via the Florida East Coast Railway, and Officers Were Elected. Object
Sunday, December 33. coming from Fort Pierce, where the t

School Opens January 2nd. Sun day School, to, a: m. show exhibited, Friday. of the New Organization.At : .
Preaching, j'l, a, m. Theme; "God Tbe Sun Bros. Show looks better than
--. Incarnate' iu Man." ever, the accoutrement is in fine shape '

Junior Endeavor, 2:40: p. m. and tbe people with the company all ; !
At two o'clocK yesterday afternoon the f\ Song-"We Meet Again Tonight," Evening service' at 7:13 o'clock. A look finely groomed and happy. four o'clock yesterday afternoon in I the association thereby becomes a member

auditorium of the public school was fill- Seventh and :Eighth: Grades. special order of service has been pre. The show makes a feature of fine the Palms Hotel, Mr. W. I. Iletcalf and is entitled to a vote. Seventeen "

ed to overflowing with patrons and J 14 Walter Drill, by eight boys pared by the young people. The pastor, horses and ponies, and they have with: called to order the meeting to organizea dollars was the total amount received ,

friends of tbe institution who gatheredto 15. Recitation "Tom's Christmas I will\ tell! a Christmas story. them a swell bunch; .11 looking as If relief association. from the Thanksgiving offerings of the

witness tbe special Christmas exercises Visit," Robert Waldrou. Miss Marguerite L. Jackson, the violinist they missed very few meals during the The committee on constitution and} bylaws local churches this year, but the constitution

by tbe third and fourth grades, 16. Song! -'Nazareth'! and 'Anchored,' has kindly consented to play season. read their report and it was adopted defines the object of the society to

misted by pupils from other grades. by pupils of High School Department. >It both the very morning and evening ser There is a large crowd in town In an- entire except that portion of tbe first be "to create a permanent fund for the
The auditorium was tastefully decorated There were fifteen voices in. this number vices. ticipation of attending the performances.At article designating the name of the organization relief. of the indi gent and sick of our com ,

and the huge Christmas Tree sll'titly and the rendition of the effective rang Mrs. F. B. Jackson,' will sing the of. the time of going to press today The election of officers resulted I tuunity and intelligently distribute the

declared that the approach of the glad showed careful and skillful training, ty fertory at the evening sc rvlce, Miss there was a good attendance at the matIDee as follows: Mr. W. I. Metcalf, same." .' '
season was to be fittingly celebrated. well as deep interest taken by jhe pupils. Jackson playing a violin obligato. performance. Tbe program offered president; Mrs. N. S. Burnham vice. We believe that the spirit so far manU ;

For several days the teachers of the ; 17 Original Compositiou-"A Christmas Wednesday at : m. Prayer and thij year is superior to tbe ,one of last president, ; Rev Dwight Cameron, secre tested by the promoters of 'this move
7.15 p.
various grades have been training their Story," Fraoch Sanders l. conference meeting. Topic; "The Spirit season. There are many clever and tary-Treasurer, and two additional memo ment augurs well for the prevention of

pupils for tbe nent,&llId n must Interesting 18 Song-Chorus, "Death and Burial of Sectarianism" Acts 6 and 7. .I wonderfully trained horses, educated bers of executive committee Mrs. S. S. fraud and imposition by unworthy ap. ,

and appropriate program has been of Cock Robin," by twelve boys and Saturday 7:15: p. m. Choir practice.Rev. I monkeys, performing dogs, acting ponies Gibson and Mr. Geo. L. Brannlng. plicants for aid from our citizens and '"

prepared.At girls of the third and fourth grades. Edwin A. W ldo, pastor. and the acrobatic and comedy elephants. Tbe constitution provides that any that there is legitimate field for the best

the appointed hour Principal James 19 Song-"Christmas Bells," Fourth CHURCH Besides these, there Is a male adult white person who contributes to I efforts of tbe members. '

announced the numbers in their regular Grade. HOLY TRINITY that actually walks a tight rope and her

order as follows: :20. Recitation-"Somebody's Coming" Services tomorrow morning and evening name is "Maud." A big bunch of funny -

I. Song"Christmas Eve," Third Albert Wedell. at usual hours. clowns help the entertainment along Currie 'Investment Co. .:IFile
Grade -Miss Farnum accompanist The conclusion of the program was Theschednte of services! for Christmas with their comicalities. A number of

a. Recitation --"Welcome," AVluota the crowning event, 'wten Santa Claus, has! been arranged as follows: intervening specialties are Introduced,

Grier. who was none other than Carl Garrett, There will be a short service in the 'altogether rounding/ out ono of the best Twenty-Two Deeds ,,1'1That ;

3. Recitation-"Chri.tmasHasConre" with his storehouse of witty and bright church Christmas Eve. at 7 o'clock, and tented dog and puny shows seen here in r

Clarence Lyman. sayings, made his appearance and un- this service will be followed by Christ years. there.is something doing in the son & Erwluamalgamated their abstract ,r

4. Doll Drill, by twelve little girls. loaded tbe tree, distributing scores and mas tree services at the rectory. The The tents are located on tile Railroad .real estate business In West Palm BeachIs business with that of the Biscayne Bay / '

Miss Eroailwell presided at the piano. scores of presents' to the pupils of the public Is invited to both the church service Addition lotwhich are admirably adapt. evidenced by the (following story pub. Abstract Company, and as Mr. Pay, the

This'number was beautifully rendered, school. and that at the rectory. 'The entire ed for exhibition purposes. lisped by the Miami Metropolis last secretary of the latter company was taken

each of tbe little misses taking her part The program was one of the most interesting lower. floor of the building will be Another complete show will be given Monday: over with the company, the books

to pet fection I / of the kind ever given In the thrown open, so that there will\ be ample tonight, starting at o'clock.. The tents Twenty-two title deeds have been filed that be had been used to were naturally

5 Recitation-"When the Christ Cb. lid city, and too much praise cannot be room for all who,wish to attend' and are electrically lighted and uniformed for' record in the Clerk's office by Geo. kept in service and the ones we have

Comes," Carrie Sadler., given tbe members of the faculty for witness the joyous occasion.On ushers will be in attendance to handlethe G. Currie, county treasurer.elect and purchased were allowed to stand idlfe.

*. Original Com osl,ion "Christmas their careful training and the deep in- Christmas morning at ten o'clock, crowds. Tbe show goes from hereto president of the Currle Investment Co., They are now ''up to date, however for '

Times" Bloomfield Bejch.J. terest they have evidently takeq In the i there will be held in the church a spec. Miami, exhibiting: at' that pout on of West Palm Beach. I the territory between Stuart and Fort ? "

Snng-"Dip the Oar,?' Fifth Grade. public school work. The pupils too, ml service appropriate to the occasion, next Monday and Tuesday. On being interviewed by a Metropolis Lauderdale, and we have made arrange t

Alls Farnum presided at the plan" are deserving of much praise for the and all are invited. .. reporter, Mr. Currie said: '"Yes, tbose menU to get daily reports of all Instruments .

I. Recitation "Christmas Bells," manner in which they rendered their BAPTIST CHURCH. The Currie Investment Company have deeds represent most of the worldly I filed In the clerk's office in Miami

Mary Wade and Frieda Thom pace. several parts. In fact each number of Services tomorrow morning and eveing succeeded in renting, up to this date, ten wealth of the company I recently incor which will make us able' to furnish ab

,. Recitation-"The Welcome Visit," the program is worthy of special'men at usual hours cottages.; These cottages have all been porated. They are our titles to lakefront I stracts on a day's notice and besides '

Merton Oro.s.J tion, having been heartily applauded at The Christmas exercises of the Sunday rented for the season, and stows that homes,cotragesplsntatloasoraage give us a valuable piece of furniture to

Song-"Baby Pulled the Pussy's its conclusion.The school of the Baptist church'will\ be heldon this enterprising firm is. wide-awake\ groves; city lots, and wild lands locatedIn I be used in our other' business of negotiating r

Tall," and; "Old Mr. trickle John," school closed yesterday at noon the evening of Christmas day, at half leading/ tbe tourist business to West and around West Palm Beach Many loans.
Katherine DaCamara. for the fall term, and vacation will covera past seven o'clock, A special program Palm Beach. of the r>I'0PT'l"' \'' rented and nre pay "We also do' an insurance business. I

Herbert it. Recitation Miller.-"No' Santa. Claus, period of two weeks. The Spring has been arranged by the officers and a lug ns 8 and 10 per cent on their cOllt'l am personally agent for four insurance !.

M. Recitation-"The Poor,at Christ. term will open on Wednesday; January teachers, and following this will' be the Absolutely Pure Candy. Every property we have Is for sale companies. This latter business comesto

mas Times," Eleanor McKenna. 2, 1907. distribution of presents. The public isuvited. -- slight .increase on their cost. We acquired : us"very naturally, as with our own 1'

Christmas mixture, 4o-cent kind. tbe properties at less than their :. praperties and the properties on which '
-- and not trlglnal cost by !seizing opportunities we negotiate loans we are compelled to
METHODIST CHURCH. For the sake of the children
Merritt Now Canal Work that offered daring the past three years, carry many thousands of dollars of in
for i
Services the '
at the? church Sunday morn. to i stint them, we put price and "
in capacity as a lawyer money surance.
my
lug and evening at.the usual hours. the holiday s only at as cents pound.L. .
You will need lot .of assistance to
County Clerk ProgressingReed In tbe morning there will be held a W. BURKHARDT. Broker. a '
"No, these are not all the properties: ; carryon a real estate business and in addition .
Christmas service 'q keeping with the -
assortment of real estate make abstracts write Insurance
we have a larger y
of
demands the day. Theme: "God'sGift
It is cow County Clerk 2. T. Mertitt, A. Bryan, who Is much Interest. the Want of the World." The Will Race to sell than our own pockets could and negotiate! loans?was asked.
his commission as such having been received ed in tbe progress of the canal that is afford to give us By showing tbe people ""Yes, In addition to two real estate }
hool will their annual
from' Governor Broward this being dog from Ft. Lauderdale to Lake Suaday.s give To Nassau of Palm Beach that we were in tbe salesmen we have engaged an insurance:
ChrUtmas: Tree in the church Monday,
morning. The commission bears date Okeechobee, was in Miami Wednesday -- business in earnest and were putting clerk, an abstract clerk, a bookkeeper t
Christmas Eve at A short
from December l8th, and is for two years and gave the record Interesting information 7 p m.: pro- 2t.-Tbe proposedmotor forth thousands of dollars in advertising: and two stenographers. We own our
gram will be rendered by members of New York, Dec
or until a successor shall have been as to tbe canal. the school after which the distribution boat race from Miami Florida, to hat section we have obtained about fifty own team and launch, but in spite cf
named In the next general election. lIe states that about one mile'of! : the arranged. contracts for the exclusive sale of land' that have spent considerable money In ''j
of will take place.BETJIESDA.BY.THa.S. Nassau baa been practically
presents
Mr. Merritt upon receipt ot tbe commission canal has been finished. The cut so far Arranged. Arrangements are in the Improved and unimproved, located at livery hire, etc. After January i I have '

notified the present incumbent has beeu through almost solid rock, and, IjA. hands of Mayor, John Sewell, of Miami, various places from New Biver north to nat the slightest fear of our success. Our '
Mrs. Ao_a K.' Dearborn appointed by notwithstanding the dredge employed Divine service will be held iu this and assistants.The St. Lucle county These contracts represent company has long been the one thing ; 'I
competent
Governor Bfowjrd to fill the office of her in the work Is one of the strongest in the church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. date fixed for the race is February i percent needed to make Palm Beach property as

husband, deceased, 'until Na successor whole country its progress has been Morning prayer. ,Litany by the Rector, 1st. The n'a.y department has promised on $200,000 and each day we are good as any on earth. As a tourist resort +

should be qualified by law, IIi,\tpe" same necessarily slow. Rev, 1.N. Mnlibrd; sermon by the Vicar'Rev. suitable vessels to escort the boats. adding to our Jlst of contracts. Lake Worth can not be beat anywhere,

was turned over to him. '\ There are about 400 feet more of this Charles Temple "Do we believe in newspaper advertls- and the drainage of ten thousand acres ;1

Mr Merritt announces his deputies:as :hard rock to be cut, and then the dredge The service on Christmas day will! be a lag? "Well I should say soWe/ have just west of town by the V. E. C. Railway sr

follows: J. S. Frederick chief deputy, win' emerge! : into tauck lands where tbe celebration of the Holy Communion atIt Just Received. half page ads in both the West Palm Company is at least giving us the

ai4 W. E.Norton and Tully' Gray sec- : rate of advance will be much better. o'clock. Beach papers, quarter page ads in all tbe I back country we have so long desired
0." third deputies, respectively Messrs. I Dredge N>q. a is receiving: her machinery The Christmas tree tor the Sunday A car load of the very finest cypress Miami papers, a page in The Home- the mere mention of these lands being

Frederick and Norton.are new men, but I and it is'lbmight she will be ready school will be held in the church on the lumber ever seen in West Palm Br.acb.bas seeker, a quarter page in Daytona and put on the market two days ago was

Mr. Gray has been connected'with the I for active work by-the\ isth of January. Thursday after Christmas la the after. just been unloaded at the yards cf St. Augustine papers, and an ad in tbe enough for our Mr. Chapman to secure "

clerk's office for the past year,or more. With the two dredges the governor noon. the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., Times-Union, of Jacksonville, telling the five purchasers of ten acre tracts and

All the deputies are, competent and hopes to do a great de'of work within and Is now ready for use., ,people of these towns, dally, that the since then two others have been obtained kt
responsible men and with Mr. Merritt the next few months. FOR SALE-I Sadler 'Co. U. ,S. Post Currie Investment'Company Is here to but the land company has held up Nr
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will endeavor to serve the :public in the Office 73 boxes, $5.oo; 1 small wood Lowney's Candies, fresh< from' BostonDr. star. the sales until some misunderstanding 'q

manner, Mr. We have Christmas Tree Ornaments In besting stove, $Iso;.x oil heating stove, Merrill's Drug Store. MtfC. with regard to our agency can be define
best and most courteous "Outside of the State we have ads run-
attention profusion also fine line of Box Candies $I.oo; t printing; press full set type and itely arranged ,1
Merritt will give his personal for the Sanders in at least dozen magazines and
'Woodruff Is agent lug s>
suitable especially for the holiday trade. supplies, $60;'i piano Player with thirty A. '"Indeed;' said Mr. Currle in conclusion 01,
to the of the office. him Oar belief In ad.
supervision Call
on periodicals. newspaper
S. The very latent novelties in silver, glafs(' pieces music', (150; I washing machine Fertilizer Company. "there never was time in the history {"
The two retiring deputies Messrs. has in two months of life
,, fertilizers. aftt vertising oar
It Is stated, and China at the Belden Store,Seminole [3,00; I. boat Gypsy Windlass, 8-lnch before buying four of Palm Besch that its future was
0. Fitts and W. M. Pope, cost ns $3,000, and every mail brings ns
'here Block Lake Front. Be lure and call at heads, $8; i 4O-gallon galvanized house so bright. All its most'' representative ,
will engage in business ventures Christmas proof that the money Is wisely spent.
: Christmas: about, 80 square feet extra About as nice a line of can this
made to that Belden's before making :your tank $Si:, limited men realize and during the pant ?ix
they bating already plans "Yes, our business is not to
purchases, as their line of noveltlesr'JJ, beavy galvanized sand screen ".Iacb dies as oae cares to see can be found at year have Increased their capacity for
that Mr. Pope Within the two monthswe
tad it Is possible real estate. past
though be most complete unique and original mesh, 3 launch and sail boat bolls, your I the Majewskl Bakery. :There: will be doing:business. Tile Carrie Investment
will be Induced to remain in the office a have been writing up to date the abstract i
in baaheta
to be found in tbe city and it is likely own price; t gasoline Standard Oil Co. found Lowneys famous brands Company Is only one of a doya Cms
few weeks In order to'acqu.lnt duties the new he that the 'very thing yon' want to send gasoline dram 55 gallons, |j; 2 Lady and boxes* ranging from 10 cents to ,books .formerly commenccu".byRobblas that is getting readyior the'rub. 1
with routine of their Graham & Chlllingworth,upon
the '
,, sIn your friend, will..be found. there.. Lou sign boards,$r..50 and $i.ooj;Launch $6, also other,br.ads In quantities sufficient wish 1 could Induce some of you Miami '
of the the
having bad charge of which when I first came to countyIn
practically '
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capacity
[elrose with 3 II-P Lozler engine to cause the shelving people to come op and boy a corner lot k '
office: slice the death of Mr. Dearborn enlarged. Fresh 1895, I myself did a lot of writing. ,
Swell line of Shirtwaists Is now being running order, $295.00.' the store to be greatly nd grow up with the conatry. A'little': d
Miami Metropolis, Thursday. offered at Mrs. Conatantlne's Milliner C. N. NB.WCOMB, Riviera. lot of fruits and ante for Xmas cakes, These books were la constant use by one Miami enterprise' : with the couervstUmof
"' A jelly in the firm or another op until two years ago, Palm Beach: would make ,a good' '
; "WANTED-To buy good fresh cow. Store.' Also an elegant let of CbristtnainoveltUs. ,,O. Box 390 West Palm Beach. and beat homemade guava *3-3t, "be. the' then owners, Messrs. Patter. I mli-nre." i; .

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]I North Temperate and back to the 1'rol| This year he mailed me aa marched tree New Railway Time Card. BBNo d-"' _811i'' W' -''''-'- ---.-----.""' .".. T- _
i THE TROPICAL :SUN.>
: cs<< with can-lesstiess ill caring{ for thrCreep .! in return but owing to lack of proper :J9) ]local mall and fcxpres/f, with I

' Plaiwvr Paper. of Dade i-cuntx. PlerlJ nod often utter neglect will kill packing materials, it wan dried up and buffet leave Jacksonville r -
parlor and ' t r ,.. life dead. I sent back two, lately, in tne 'J tk
--='"--=--'" = almost anything, In the way of plaut ;)I at 9:20: a, m, arrive at West Palm
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PublUbod Every Wednesday and SaturdayT The potsTare partially! imbedded In clay i name box be shipped In, using sphagnum at 8 P. m., crossing the lake to The r; r

'' 1 "nn ..UM n.AL.H.0.0> oou Ty. ..l.Qme to the bottom of a wardian case, and pataflSne paper and I .am confident I here for the
Breakers, and leaving
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noventilated with a that he can return, ran two trees packedin !
tally just
riupTio7 pHiclT( tJio( Pita TEAR practi'l reaching Miamiat
80n south at 8:35 p. n> ,
---,. --_. _. '=, glass; to admit light. Ten days this same moss ana paper, which will "
weeks in the Indian Ocean and reach me In good order -I bays shipped 10:65: p. m. ,
Tropical Sun P&ullshing Comp'y, will dry out every particle of moisture, these trees all over the Went -Indies via | No. 35, local mall and express, with .

CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager.nteril and unless air is admitted and l some wa-11 N. Y. and Baltimore,often being mouth |buffet' and sleepers, leave Jacksonville -- I

ter applied they will be\pretty far gone on tbe road, and never have beard of a at 4.20: p. m., arrive at West Palm I ,
.t the Ponloffic ot Vt cm. f...a uses reach 1,560 to per cent loss on a single shipment Beach at 4:10 a. m., and after crossing -
when they England.Here
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aB secnd-loM tunnel. I will here at 4.40 The Great White :;, Line
miles above their latitude they may be I and almost inYflriaoly' they are reported the lake leave : a. ;

' Tbrei is a general ;ur among deluged with cold water, enough in itself :in perfect order. 'I m., reaching Miami at 7-86: a. m. : : : H iJ viuiT---i---L--i-T-u.i--r I T-i-i..L. i-. -_.___-.. ..i-.r n.riijnir'i .1 .-.-,j-.n--
to kill them, and then shut up tight I One of these; pot-grown) inarched trees NOIVTHBOUND To "
Democrats in Congress" that Wood- '
again and rushed back to the tropics to I planted by Mr. Oeo. L. Branuing, cashier No. 78 leaves Miami 6:00: a. m., ar-I owq a BUCK'S' Stove
Vow Wilson will be their next candidate steam and ferment. It speak well for' of the Dude County btate Bank, of rives at West Palm ,Beach at 8:15: predate( the many merits of this great line

s for president providing William the crude method of Inarching followedin this place in ordinary flit woods laud, m., crosses the lake and leaves here I enamel to doors

Jennings Bryan was in earnest India tbat any trees retain life after with pure white sand sub-soil and under at 8: 6:50. a. m., leaching Jacksonville The oven, with wtyte lining,

when be said recently that be was such an ordeal. On arrival the leaves water at times iu tbe fat), in three years 7'30: p. m. I II arid\ racks is the rrpst) sanitary feature \(rtre\ \
fallen off find rotten, or attained height of about seven feet, No. 28 leaves Miami at 5:10: p. m, i
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are generally world ,It to wash off and keep jplean
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third nomination.Mr. as easy (
not Seeking a stuck together and to the limbs and the and bore a heavy load of large perfect I arrives at West Palm Beach at 7.40 : "',,,,

Wilson, who is at the head of..' sides of the case with white mould In fruit' unsurpassed for size, quality and p. m., crosses the lake and leaves here I II as a china dish /* ,,'*iHatchett /I,' ,

Princeton University, i is a, South black, putrid manses; new growth( has beauty by the old parent tree. This at 8.IB: p. m., reaching Jacksonville at ...

Northerner by forth such have not shows the different effect on fie mango I 7:40 ..DaCamara HardwareCo
erner by birth and a pushed on trees as p. m. ,,
force of circumstances. Because of died all eady, and this is riddled with between the sol! and climate of Jamaica The regular winter schedule will go .

alike to the rootlets of the fuugl end any eggs of and Florida. Mr. Lucas' tree bas madj. into effect on January 9th, when the Whal8o Retailer cf ', '
this, he will be acceptable three times the growth but produced no
hatched and
scale insects present have usual four through daily trains will '
the Democratic party of the North multiplied on the journey, and crvered fruit as yet. be \put on The schedule will be practically HARDWAREW

and of the South. There Is a great every piece of living bark. The two To sum up: Root marches (Gale method the same as last season Train cst Palm Beach, X; X X X X X Florida

deal of discussion among the Democrats trees that I have saved out of three Importations ) properly inserted at tbe proper season No. 23 will again be operated, leaving
: will seldom fail to unite and of buds .. ._
at Washington as to the were among 36 trees which" Jacksonville at 8 a. m., and arriving -. -'-- -

candidate for 1003. Another arrived in a live and growing condition. I have had as many as 90 per cent. to here at 5 p. m. This train, !it will be -
probable filled tane; 20 per cent of true grafts and 40 InUItKIIAItDT'S
But the wood'aud bark was already
remembered, carries) U. S. mall in
name that. is freely mentionedis with decay and this ran slowly down, per cent of side grafts, or sprig buds,
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pouches. ,
Palm 5
that of David H. Francis, of St.: killing the tree little by little. Some but after this much Is accomplished, the Wnt Baacb.Nov 1908

Louis former governor of Missouriand \ lived a few months and some three years battle is hardly begun, as anybody will 0Mfrric EnglanoEverybody
NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSYJ. The Plum Pudding
member of Mr. Cleveland's before they finally succumbed, and the find out if they will only give the mattera !
a B. Waterman Watertown, O.
trial. done rill
Inarching, property '
I have saved died almost to the
trees
two
,; cabinet. Unless Mr. Bryan electsto stump before I was able to conquer the give 100 per cent, of perfectly healthy, Rural free delivery', writes: "My who has read] Dickens' Christmas Carols" everY''

run again, the chances are that diseases They have been here five years vigorous trees, ready to ship one months daughter afflicted for yean with epi- housewife at least, can sympathize most keenly with Mrs.
South will realize its ambitionIn journey and to plant in grove in from Cratchet and the children over that. wonderful Plum Pudding
the and are now only as large as when re-
two to six months from insertionaccord lepsy, was cured by Dr. King's1 New Ever read Dickens' Christmas Carrot ? No! Read it, it will
having a Southern man nominated ceived, and all this growth has been Life Pills She has not had an attack kindlier toward fellow man. .
feeling
44i Wbeneve' ing to the season of the year. give you a your
for tbe presidency. Mr. Wilson made in the past 18 mouths. JOHN B. BEACH. for over two years" Best body cleansers Like the Cratcbets. we feared : our fear was that it would

was born in Virginia and he graduated a tree Is cut down and a graft inserted, and life giving tonic pills on earth. not reach us in time for Christmas, but it has direct from Old

'' at the University of that we which find the fungi the attacking and the spreading sprouts, LONG TENNESSEE' FIGHT 25c at all Druggists. England. ENGLISH PLUM' PUDDING packed in
come on stump :
t Francis is well For twenty years W. I.. Rawla, of enameled porcelain bowls about B inches across the top and
State. Mr. as
to the graft.
be Bells, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He You make mistake if you 33-4' iuches high with Moth,, top, finished off with tinfoil and
is kno.-n. is a real son of the !South, Prof. Rolfs says that at Miami Carterers London
labeled "J & Co. Ltd. Universal ,
withhold your holiday purchases until Lyons ,
found when tree writes "The swelling and
that a : soreness
frequently
the interests. oft very
and has had
always Bakers to the
Warrant HIP
:MoGtnley Brothers' stock arrives, by Special MagCSty,
was cut to the ground the fungi would inside my nose was fearful, till I began -
that section of the country. at heart kill ,the stump outright. A pot grown applying Bucltlen's Arnica Salveto as they made' up their order after all KlnfT They come nicely packed, each iu M '''cartoon, It is
other merchants opened tbelr stock.You entirely new for the commercial market. The bowls contain
marched tree can be planted de..piD the the sore surface; this caused the
Flor. about 2 1-2 Ibs. Plum Pudding, good, solid,fiDe flavor and ap.
h Congressmen from Georgia, ground and marched to a stump below serenes and swelling to disappear, nev- can find that' particular article '

ida and Louisiana are letting no the reach of frost, and being established er to return." Best salve in existence you want in this well eeectad 'stock petizing aroma. !. .
tf McQinley There is.only one dozen to.offer and price is $1.26, express Q
c under their feet in the independently on its own roots with no 25o at all Druggists.W. Brothers.
y grass grow
+ of Florida
f. o.b. here to any point on the east coast subject to
in behalf of the amputation of the top, will be able to re
race for recognition being unsold when order is received.
y waterways of their respective stst tbe attacks of disease which may A. A. Y. F. B. We are after 'W A. A, Y. F. Bl We are after

I 1, States. Chairman Burton of the I and affect the marched cutting will cuttings suffer(Gale as badly method as) your furniture business. McGlnley. ; your furniture business. MeGInley.a L. W. BURKHARDT FINEST GROCERIESPlease

Rivers and Harbors' Committee has the atump. I. have never lost a tree 1- Remember That if is,nice! ,we\ have it.ooooi X

traveled over practically every treated: this way, and never had trouble vvvv vvvvvvvvvvva'WHEN oooooot

.tw navigable( stream In the throe with over 3 or 4 per cent from that oooaooo6This
cause, and they nil readily recovered
$
j States, and the necessity for their YOU BUY ,
under treatment. Once or twice the
development is well known to him. slump has died, but the small tree always ":'

( Thanks to the intelligent activitiesof continued to thrive on its own I Xmas Presents "

the National Rivers and Harbors roots. Rev. Dr. Moore, author of the

I' well known treatise on citrus culture Is Invitation
Congress, there ia every prospectthis an
published some 20 odd years ago cut
session of the passage of a i
down a number of large trees at Jensen
,,., comprehensive rivers and harbors and marched cuttings into. tbe roots, or Every grocery store in the country keeps for-sale Grits, Meal
.
x_ i bill. The National Rivers and rather into the trunk underground: he Bacon and Sugar, but not every. grocery store keeps forjwle the unusual .

Harbors Congress has taken this not only lost every cutting:, but most o( nice things tbat many' people are constantly wanting 'We do. t#

,' i' question entirely out of the realm the sock trees died stump and root. Why not get something that will be useful? Such asa We have just such things ia our store and are constantly adding to

and has When I was in Jamaica in 1889 Mr nice "manicue" set or "comb and brush" set or a them.
1i of politics therefore endorsed
Pawcett, Director of the Royal Butanica bottle of fine perfume, a box of the nicest stationery
individual betterment As adiscriminate buyer of Choice, really choice things, yon do $
t no Gardena, showed me his method of inarching for your lady friends. And for the gentlemen a nice
yourself an injustice not to visit our store frequently! and see for
terpriee,. BO that those Congressmen which was an almost exact copyof comb and brush or set of military brushes, or a fine ,
i from sections where improvements tbe Indian. I, at that time, favored pipe. Any of these will be needed used and appre- yourself tbe choice line of goods: we carry at prices tbat will appeal *

are badly needed, are busily endeavoring budding and gave him directions how elated every day of the year, and we have the best line to you most strongly.Our {
1 to proceed, which.I presumed he follow. and stock In town to select from. .
to get the ear of Chairman space will not permit details but we would: like to see yon
.
ed. However I gather that of late We also have '."
years .lInyJeo: Candy "Billmore" Ice hoods
in the where look and
Burton before the Rivers and store you cn at judge satisfactorily:
P they have reverted to inarching again Cream Tate Springs Mineral Water.
? Harbors bill Is reported out of his In '95 I bad a fine budded nursery at to yourself and whether yon bay or not yon' are welcome, and this

i' committee. The fact that President Melbourne, but the freeze killed It out. U a personal Invitation TO YOU to visit our store and just look,

Roosevelt has heartily endorsed the In '98 I had a fine lot again at Palm rummage and ask all the questions and "sbow me's" that yon pleasa-: '

Beach, also budded, (opell'grClund), Do this and afford .
national campaign for the betterment m pleasure to greet you Courteously
which I sold to various panics, and in
] i of waterways, insures a greater nearly every Instance the bud died and 1 I $ t j
L W. BURKHARDT GROCERIES
consideration for this important had to refund the money. I then tried FINEST

internal Improvement than it has transplanting them myself and found Broadwell & Moore

t enjoyed in years past. that after resetting:the disease! almost invariably $ ,
attacked the bud and often DRUGGISTS
I killed it. I tried budding In pots and $ %%or
Corner Store, Jefferson Block West Palm Beach. Fla.
J. B. Beach On proved it not to be feasible and at the

same time I was carrying on an exhaust.he """

Mango CultureThe series of experiments, assisted by

Mr. J, P. Bergenwho has just accepted a ..
h Eaat Indian mangoes are acknowledged position with- the Tropical Fruit Co., of 21N110N01NNN1NNN1NINNNNINNNINNNII21 :

by all whoht-ve eaten them to be Porto Rico, ss propagator and managerfor MY HOME IS ttMSBlacksmiths & 1LkliHR
f j
the ,finest fruit In the world, next to the a loo-acre mango grove. i

r niangosteen, which latter cannot be successfully Having already eliminated, the open I
and always bas been : ?WheelwrightsRorseshoetng: |
4 grown outside the Malay Arch. ground: proposition, we confined our w ,E, .

a;' ipelago and adjacent region. The mango efforts to pot grown stock, making C'$m- : *

y'' ; however, thrives in the West Indies, parative tests of every conceivable metb :E and '

y on any kind of soil and In South Florida o Known
wherever It escapes severe cold. Mr.Wtn. ; spoiling enough stock and scions to

Fee, U. S. Consul at Bombay, have planted out a jo-acre grove bad :f Manufacture of Tools a Specialty i

"'. writes that the choice named varieties we known what we do now. But I do =
Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town Orders |
{ of mango are successfully shipped to not consider it was wasted, or stock

i England, where ,they realize: enormous thrown away because It baa enabled us G. W. IDNER & SON '

prices. Therefore it seems that with our to know from personal knowledge' the Poinsetta Stretf North West Palm, Beach f

vast home markets, hardly one-fourth as best methods for multiplying: the mango. ,
f far from the West Indies and Florida as The results have pointed to the same Where my best and largest display of HOLIDAY NN111N111 ................................:

$ 4 Bombay,ia from England, the cultivation conclusion arrived at t by tbe government

:' H;l of time the sa fancy important mangoes as the should citrus become, pineapple in- experts nursery trees at Washington Inarching Is i.the e.only,tb.t' pray for old PRESENTS and young to and be have seen.a Merry Come, Christmasand bring the n1t'.mm1. ; ''rrnrmirinnio' ,,, ,,, "rml1'n'tr'rn"1f'"nr1t'' ;' ;' ''''" '!

and b nana industries. I tia: 'M 1 mct:! <
The great obstacle: which has delayed open ground, which are not,to be transplanted a Happy New Vear T'e' l1ieQel plarmaeyii
be budded grafted sprig-
the introduction of the choice mangoesso may
long, bas been the fact that they will budded and root Inal :bed, with more or 40 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON HOU.IDAY" 1 GOODS -

Dot come true from seed and neither i leas success. (generally less) but the,only E
scion nor buds will beat the journey rapid and certain method of putting n' Solicits YOUR Trade.. .
: ::::
'! from India. Whenever t a tree Is severe. fancy top on a large seedling tree In +.. w
time Is that mentioned'! tbov ,f. e / ::,fjre '
+ ly cut back, by amputation, either of given *
#' roots or top the shock rendeis the free {inarching with an marched pot-gro'n r : give, you, Pure ]Drugs at Moderate, 2
particularly subject to the attacks. of tree. I have sold a great many tiei "' 'J ==

i fungus diseases spores of which are that were eye budded, graftcd....prig bud Prices put un. by aRegisterod, =i

present .wherever the tree is known. ded and root jnarched,but In every can. r rI Pharmacist.:' H:::
,
Thus: vigorous tree well established I la I bad to hold them one year longer/: ii I : "
f fI .
the ? ,., ... _. '' ..' '( +r::::::
i a pot or tub, !must b$ taken! :so that no nursery than inarches! made at sam> r. ;f'' ti j; 'do 6 1\\ l
,
,
i' recently the entrance: gut roots of disease.or top may Hnndredsof conduceto time 'In'in order proper to-vigorous nurse't13em'and'ge'them condition', 10ale. < I e E' ',Try' bur '-calS.; Ci ', .,and' ;'Ihe ;dram 3j -

t t I :: (' i ;: ... _. .c"S:":a
''t marched trees have been imported from -- -- -
Ihave Some three I .mailed an In. doaatt TPHED IN eePCPAre BOOMS.HFR A.'a.111EGEI a
India, grown in large earthen pots ( years ago :\ v ",
L' made importations myself), and in arched Mnlgoba from a four-Inch pot to RRn'5 CLAY FancYTH STS. =

t most Ustance the long journey (two ixjy friend, Mr. Lucas, Ia Jamaica. II is HH"i4n t/Ac.MBOHvntt. ..Graduate; New York College oi Pbnrraocy 1 .

f months) from the Tropics through the, now | f2 UiU1UiUIU iUij iU ( aNltrtllbilll/// U"'JiUU"U"' ,i1'j_

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., THE TROPICAL SUX, whLti; ,I' I-: ,MM: 11I<.Al'Il/ FLOHIDA, SATUlA.r, DLCEMi.KH 2:t IVOR r AGE THREE

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'to uu 1..", the ',itreliM' of tn"i !iut< LAW IS SMASHEDBY to do its UK, law iiiis, him to do" i i4I
.
Ii r I Chi of jrnj'm'er I > Pliirhcn wuj cllol1ed ;.

Stock tx the stand and after 114 had OX- \ RS' '

CABINETMEMBER S'WU plained the proposition, members
the comitilMlon declared empha.Ucal.Ily -
that he could not hope to get lItl

Profits plan through congress. He was tol4]
OlI and Hitchcock Confe,
that his requeat had been out of place ,

to D a ,gard of Law. Inasmuch' as it suggested a violatloof FALL SUITS.

CM 'e greatly Increase..by tiring law I ,
pedal! CAre to the henlth of every "Secretary, Hitchcock( mould not delay -
animal and fowl os the farm. STATUTE: WAS IN' THEIR WAY thirty minutes in telegraphing an

Sick poultry,sheep, cattle, bees, order( to, th territory permitting the

honoji, etc.,depend e. tkulr livers Hltchooek und. Wilson Make Admlssli allotments to prqceed," continued Mr, 'I ,-.-..-._ _.. .--_-,

U ICM them well Before Committee of Senators, Who Tenor, and Senators Long,
*
gee and Clark assented. Bran.de-// I '" \ .
Use Strong Language In Regard to "
I'' The question of the !
SUIT
PNY, JH6KET
Action of Cabinet Members. withdrawal of the lands was also'' ,
: "
BlackDrauglitStock failed In the senate. :: ....;.--' .. .,-----'''-'' \ : _
Waahington .
Dec. 2() -AdmJUlr(
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... ,-
that they had no authority of law for< Teachers and Students Expected.Paris ,
and Poultry the withdrawal from allotment
nearly 4,04)0,000) acres of land belonging students of the famous St. Sulphlc Jacket, trimmed with black ,silk'collar.. and "cuffs..
,
to the live civilized tribes I I In ', ,tJ't'-
v
Medicine seminary here were expelled Thurs" u' .
j '
the Indian Territory tor tile purpose day. Their superior, as a matter or Satin. Lin d. \ :' .
of creating a forest reservation: two Insisted, '
keeps their livers werldac and ; form, that a policeman-la; ; \ "
tbertfors keep then well.RkckDrsucht :members of the president's cabinet< ''a hand on his shoulder\ as proof'tha ', fl'' \

Stick and Poultry "Secretary" Hitchcock, of the depart violence was \used. AmAng the'stu'. ,:. ETON JPleKET SUIT .
Medicine Is a pure, natural went of the Interior and Secretary dents were a number or British.< sub: I 1 .

vegetable, blood the purifier stosuck, and liver acts Wilson, of the department ot agrleul- Jects> and .one American, who rea.d I .-. --, -. 1-----.....:;;.. .' ., "

and ky regulntlnc kawels. I 1 ture .endeavored: to Justify their an energetic protest, claiming tha .,.t# .

It prevents sad cure: Hoc Cholera course by stating they had the b811t i they were there un tar an agreemenwith I' -

Chicken Ch.l.r Colic DIs- I Interest ot the Indians at heart. the French government, by: '
temftr, Coughs, C.Us. Censtlp The ,explatolon was. made before a which when. the property of the' old' Jacket self-trimmed, satin lined.. ; ?
Hon, Fever, Less ef Appetite elect senate committed which III 1 < In- Catholic collage' was endowed by :Uu j '"

Wasting Away, tat all the con- vesllgatlngr, affairs In relation tp the Stuarts during the period of religion SKIRTS, ; Plaited front and sides. Colors Cream.,
..*. stock dtseaslSIt of the five tribes, but: ,
property rights Intolerance in and it was
i England
Buedldae: for '
i a perfect tenera
and Plaids. Best qualities of Mohair and
farm u... Try It. I the committee declined to accept it. 'taken for a polytechnic Institute' !It I Gray :
and Senator Clark, of Wyoming, '!'al- was formally understood- that as i II. !
... ler. Long and Jlrandegao declare compensation the government woulll( Novelty suitings used, making neat and nobby

Price 25c! foe a large can, at that the Interior department h'a suspended maintain' 25 students sent' from England ,' suits-that will give satisfaction to their wearing
of the United State .
statute .
all rfttifgisti and dealers a to St. Sulphlce.lVl ,
without authority and that it was the '
qualities and their stylish appearance.
duty of Secretary Hitchcock to Immediately n Seriously Snot. ,

--- cancel his order withdrawing, Tallapooea, Ga. Dec. 20.-"I'he ,!
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the land from allotment.The tittle town of, Budapest, about. 8 miles) I 1,1,
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ---"--
order withdrawing the lan< Bust of this city was the scene of

from allotment was Issued early In the affair at early''
an )
-- ----- ---- --" --- --- II. aerloam shooting:
LAW. present month. The purpose of the hour Wednesday evening. "A young;

withdrawal wa not stated publicly a t. man named Murdock Newman, about'

r\ O. ClIUjLINGWOUTIl: the time but It developed during ear J2 years of age said to be drinking BR NNING BROS. 1 1

Her Inquiries by the committee t.hat. at the time, went to a restaurant

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR The department of agriculture planned .kept by 1man named Woehl and "

It each 1'ls to create a forest reservation withIn vita. He demanded something to ea. MEMBER WEST PALM BEACH LADIES1 OUCFICCERSWEST
West Palm -
the withdrawn lands, which would< ind after some parleying;, it. Is claimed MERCHANTS': ASSOCIATION::;

CUUKIK contain about 1,COO,000 acres. Tnesi began smashing up dishes, and as '
('IH11 O. lands would have to be purchase* Woehl states, displayed, < & revolvei PALM BEACH\ FLIt .1"1.: I, .
,
Attorney and rbaoaeilof-nt-L&w from the Indians under some plan chick he (Woehl) seized and shol f ,

WEST FILM, BEAcH FLORIDA i'et,, to be presented, and an appropriation Urn In the abdomen. It Is said that' ,;: I,;
by congress would be re- the victim of the affray was left ly- :

quired. The committee was ot th out on the ground for two hours, I'I'Ing +111N1NNN111
IIUANNING N11111N11N1..N11NN1N111111114 "
H.l: opinion that there was no authority He will probably die. The wounded e

Attorney and founaellordt Law, of congress for the suspension of'th the!< nan's father was at one time maf hal i Our Line of Building flaterial i I
allotment of
law providing for the of Tails'poosa. ,
OtUc Bank
( over

WEST PALM BEACH, FLA lands Involved to call and for It an was explanatlorfrom then determined Woman-Suffragists;; In Sea\on. I. Is Complete In Every Detail I r ri

i ,
the heads of the two executive Memphis, Dec. 20.-.Vbout' 12 wo- ,
SURGICAL ;
MEDICAL' AND departments responsible for the with- men suffragists presenting organ- II We are making a specialty of all kinds of Crate]:Material and

drawal. zations In as many southern states, .i are prepared to serve you with Crate and Box Material for )
II u. 1I0'U.3i.' I"HY8ICI4N > Secretary Hitchcock was firs called ire-- in session here. An organization beaoa tomatoes and all kinds of vegata- i
pineapples,
,. stand. said that he had : oranges
to the Ho ;vas formed to ba hnowu as the
/ AND SUROfON SoUth-I bles t3T Also a full line of wraps "
iitore.,WENT naked the forest service a illvllon of ern> Women Suffragists. N : i
Potter's bliycle
)race
PALM over DRACII. lUwlilmira. near Royal the agricultural) department, to lep'orlan ra Clay, of. KeiHuckv, was elected s "

Poinclana Hotel, 1'A IM IJEACH. 12K. -:: a request of Jock Gordon of ParIs iresldfijt and :Mrs, Nar.nlo! Curtis olreaa. i i'r EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. i ,

Tex and associated, that they w,ts' named OS perpianeut\ sec-I

,o"pn:1'.at.1.: ; I. 'Je permItted,. to buy 200,000 acre! Star)'. Tn the lutnsslons today It ,i WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA :
for a game preserve and that la makIng as decided to ad ,pt a net of resolutions A UROJr OF INK: MAKES '
..aa-98' W.<:HT'\I\t.i 1 ."hAl" I'DB.II.U.MACV v an Adverse report on that propo- demanding fiiat women be allowed N11N.1NNN11N1111111Ni11N1NNNN1NNN11rcrieY 1'r
MILLIONS THINK ,.
'
iltlon the forest service had asked for to vote In r'l I elections.
OBN7AL It also writes a check that that ',,
pays 7 .
the: withdrawal of the land for a ---- MEAT MARKET ,
: bill of
Mr Hltchooek) said yours.
forest preserve. Charged with tmb:: zzlement.
IHt.J.N.N&W1ANDrsMACY \ the request' he ha.d"only \ T. A. FEASTER, Proprietor You may want to send money a distance .
hat In granting Austin Tex. Dec 20,--Chief of
& NEWMAN temporarily suspended the open; olfce1 MorrIs ar' .(ted William' C. t'lorldlold Western Meats Poultry, Gume and Eggs. forjvarlous purposes. The "drop d

/JENT/SIS ujon of the law requiring ,that the ,nd isou! alias Charlton who Is Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention. of Ink" andA
ands In question be allotted. The ranted in Kansa City ,on the charger Jefferbon Block WEST PALM BEACH BANK BALANCE 1
Office I In Jefferson. Block entatlve: suspension, he a.ld. was for embezzling;tune's' of the First National at our bank makes tbe check you send \ '
FLORIDA a
wEar PA1.M'BBACH. the of Investigation with a of Ander- current. f
purpose Bank (It'at city. --- _. pass
--- t tthe
flew to determining what was: the eon was formerly assistant paying teller Your check, like our bank. passes at

a r\u. j. I LIDUY teat Interest of the Indian. of the Instltuti: When arre ot- [ clearing: house and is stamped '
?
lJ "You have no right to suspend theo ed he had about 3500 In money andn G. G. Strohm Company "O. K.." Keep an account with us and I IIt

Dentist peratton[ of a statute one hour, not automobile wt:eh he purchased In will help you in many ways. ; dt
Htiil'
'lllo Flrtt dour yuet< "' Uutlu Cuiuity me minute!" declared Senator Teller. San Antonio. Have you opened a savings account
flank 'If had the right to temporarily
you yet We cent on inch ac Ii
4
pay per
WEST: PALM .HBACII. FLlJltllA laid up the application of the law, jouioiild Clerk Larouche Not Guilty. F3LMILY GROCERIES counts. '+.

,
Its operation for a
suspend
Savannah Qa. De. SON nonth a year or two years," the Qcetin!' Steamship'company and ,Its Food Products DADEICOUNTY STATE BANK
GEO. & Senator Fancy
HASIEHURST In f<'pl)' to questions ttom' .ttorneysthought was a clear cage,

Long; i to the reasjns the .tuned feU flat In the superior court, when West Palm Beach. Florida. .
Contractors and Builders lie seoietaiMr, hitch, {< rid: T --
verdicts were< returned acquitting La- Grain and Provision.
hat: the request of SecretaryWilson jche Jr. and Policeman Bernard
p. 6. BOX 304 lad prompted him. He was askedoncerntng i
IcCabe of the charge of robbery ottbe ; '
: other suspensions of land steamship company. There was STROHM BLOCK I1' Fr

awe, and said that at times actions but one charge against Laroche but

S. & Son ot that character had been taken at McCabe[ Is to bo tried .upon others.Mrs. HOLfIDA'Y'RATES'
Geo. Hacker
the request of the president wheret I West Palm each, Florida, 1
bad been necessary to investigate :,
Clement Weds, ,
:lalm of frauds. "No one'has authority Flo.ra'' --- --. -VIA-
20Mr
Deo.
New York
to suspend a law ot the United -
circumstances LouIse Clement, of Washington, D,
1 States under any !
C. and Captain Sidney A. Slomao, -
mless there Is speclflo provision tOl'It .
illtary) attache of ,the American era- Southern RailwayDates
declared Mr. Teller
C11 London married at 'theme Beach
t AH of the members of the commlt- bas-sy at were Ulest Palm'
) of Mr. and: Mrs. ,John Hays ,
;ee then took prt; in condemning. ammond, at Lakewood, N. J. bytbe ,(
action of the department la Bus-
the
.... landing the law and finally Senator .San Rev.Francisco.Dr. William, Outhrle. of Tpanstet* CompanyB. of Sale;,, Tickets will :" '

=: ,,-, Teller said: be sold Deo. 20,'21, 2i: 23, 24. ,
-- one to show any
"I challenge any
,;;, Commuted. 25 30 and 31 and Jan. 1 190T.Flna'u .
Sentence ,
statute which permitted the suspensIon Patrick's F. CARTER, Manager c ci'
of the allotments In question..' Albany, N. Y. Dec. 20Cover-* Limit: All tickets limited a t

MANUFACTURER3'OF "If we have violated the law, I am nor Higgins has commuted to Imprisonment : Stables and Yards Banyan Street, Near Poln etta. to Jan. 7, 1907. The 745;
death
Hitch- for life the sentence of '
I Doors, Sash, orry for It, said Secretary I which'Albert T. Patrick has train from Jacksonville runs sol.
under
ock, "but my only motive was in the ( t
Blinds MouldingsAND Iu.berest ot the Indian, and because. I remained nearly five years. since his .' ( ... id to Cincinnati. Local sleeperto
of William
calmed to accommodate the secretary mvlction for the murder THB RELIABLE STABLES Atlanta.
The committee, 1hlnk \[:arch Rice, the aged Texas million- ,( '
r rib
ot agriculture. J6
The 9;05 a. m. and 7:55 p. m.
Building Material, does not take Into considera-, alre; In New York city. I 'E Ii2aGi trains from Jacksonville runs v'' r

tlon'that the suspension was not per- I '::

i CHARLESTON, S, C., i' nanent, but merely provided for the Flagman Mangled Under Train. all kinds of Dray- 4 solid to Washington, D..C., CMrytng -
to for Milledgevllle,. Ga. ,. Deo. 20.-Mr. 13ag'aIo! trans/erredend New '
ubmlssion of a plan congress through sleepers to ,
rr Largest Factory SJirth. the creation of a forest reserve." lairs Lester, a flagman on the Geora ,I in" f : '
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killed :
Send for PrIce.. Turning to Secretary Wilson who railroad-". -, was run ,overand : and 'busses ineetjall trains. :
,. bad been an Interested listener to the nea.r Sparta Oa. Wednesday Iewalt. Styllsh"Iac'

-,--- -. -a. examInation of his colleague la: the. badly mangled and lived only a ffe fire. now located;; in'our* new arid modern _4l 1

: FOWLEiBROS.ACNI3VE: :" ablnet."We want Senator to know Long'under asked what: au- few hours after the accident., I stone,building on Banyan Street, near Poinsett", For further' ',Information call onJames i .

. f' horny' you requested the withdrawalf Shah Maintains Strength. and.we: shall be pleased !have,you call,and, see -or wrlte- i

: these lands from allotment?" Teheran Persia Dee, ZO,--6 ,p. ,

.' .,, 5tiQ1':4KINONvoj "1 never looked at an authority," m, ..The shah maintained{ bis strength us in our. ,new\home.\ ? Freeman '

REP l'kS' "PECI L n eplled Secretary Wilson "I mad'' fairly well during the last 24 tours

: 4 LA INE'tenW $HAPEN WORK up my mind that we had a better and was able W sign some of the\ Important DUt- Paa- *.,.Agt< .

reposition for the Indian than to orders referring ,to state l buaIn tea West _
Bgy
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: SUPPLIES ,
. land Into' a game reserve.he : .
urn his i ese. Mangoes Fiorlda.r
land'waa -G\itIi\ ; \ Mulgoba :
the
! FOR SALE: : right to withdraw > 5 ,
.., matter for tile lawyers of the.tnterl- I ,Arrives. Unl.d'l ; MONEY TO LOAN. >
. ,' Overdue Steamer of Crotons In tb. States.l ?alma,< Pbyllanihun.eto. ,
: 18ar, Perry L.IIIUII.Jr"Look: Front, or' department to pass upon. We San Francisco Dec 20.+ Tbe Merlants ,arir.est; Collection Line of Citrus'' Stock', rF-vou HAW PROPERTY THAT
Full
T PLORrtI \ made an Investigation and then a *'Exchange has"received 'a dlsuch AUpotgroW'D. L 7ouwant to improve 0_ 4y
i PALM" BEAC t." a 'recommend< :tlon., It 1> ,up to you, that the overdue steamer groW'nonlJlgh Spruce Pine Land \Address, to do it with apply to Oeo.F 0;,C'11' 14 ''
stating '
(whether you think: Seattle West Palm: Beach'Fioride: Neat Palm Beach.CHR1STHAS: ,1M" -
&'entlemento, say ennsylvanlo has, arrived 'at( 'JOHN 'B BEACH. :
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N I'AGE FOUR( TnE TROPICAL[ SUN, \\.rltST f'AUI ]nEJ(111 IrL/)81U,1, NATUIIAV I Dl''F'J\JBr'ft'\ '_)"' I9IIt

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, iia I II v orth+ (doing!: 1/,\ worth doing Anazed and de3tg11'rtl I Df 11 ll|] I*i
I, picture )tic> ." "
PEOPLE KILLED yon with lo IIP IIIIIM" ill / \ hoiil- s,?,, ,

Your Lady Friends Are Clothes-Critics 16 i Ii'!',,' Hall! "id', SnoLlnll'" tit i ) I i t 1<>tOll(1 Sl.\, ( -II II ;,i'-ilt. ,.lii'll nf Ci|] | ,' '
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$'\ BY BOILER. EXPLOSION for-Sprains Neuralgia; "JT T..re.. !! ,?, ,?,' "'? '' ,'
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tr&cted .Muscles and all/ the .pt 111 0
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innney IIL itl'n'i ,- I
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n River StlW1mer.< Scovell Blown ., Mavauota: Texan, writes: .. ,. th* l>< nt Mi' (t.sh), ,,ills,, ,, ? I,
: J I Bite Near' j "1 have! used\ Snow i rlJlp rlyd( WTlllf. |fit ,. ? ,e;., '
to Vickstw.rg. more ship l eiij.iy )111((, ,
'iiprttluad ankln! und it KIIVO i l p' xv.ul .,
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1.- .- ; ENGINEER' TELLS OF E'>CPLO. ION I of BatlRfautJuu. I always ,
i the house.\ Sold( by, A. (".
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H. Says That There Was Nothing to '
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Warn the Peopio j on the "Steamerof r '1 n4'1h ,,, 1dm.. :',II0' Z"" .JQfaZ ZZ.'o '

the Impend'insa Horror-Pathetic lilt t .. ._
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The while dead are!
Captain John Quackenbosa masterof
the boat, Vlcltsbuji. ,Mlaa. bar stood the tent for over 30
tedaro Mil I in the lead. Their
li'' Cleric Wade QU'I\<:kenb08l. Vicksburg certain Iv of growth,their
V I q Miss. largayicMi of delicioua
r ,1 b i 1a beautiful flower, make them the
Lavell Terser, cotton freed Bales- reliable and the moat '
man. Jackson Miss. '..where. SoliI by all deafen.
S..d Annual free on
dhu 114ILI Clerk Joseph Smith., of Yazoo City, 0. M. FERRY a CO..
'Mis*. Oatrolt,Mich.
yA Those Injured are:

Tennis Roberts, assistant pilot
women are. VThtn you're In their society your personal VlckubiiK, Wins. injured Internally; FOR SALEMy I1; ..
e MOST comes under close scrutiny. Therefore attIre yourself very serl" s w/r tk
beyond reproach by having your wardrobe made to your own JohnDolgherty- pilot'shoulder

measures.and special order by dislocated place here known aa $

ct I Their model sanitary tailor-shops! to New York nnd ''Frisco are the Charles McKenna, passenger painfully acres, railroad runs through it; 4
I admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothes injured. Loxabatcliee! jrlver opposite
to order for men thousands of miles away has attained a degree.time of Butterfleld, slightly I Indirect, In lion; six room dwelling two :
before dreamed of. In a few days from the
perfection never J; : :
I you select the cloth and the style you wish, your suit or overcoat is the head. ing house both old; most of
'. back from Taylor-on your backl ed; five acre pineapples in
I I Vlchaburg, Mls. Dec 20.- TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL HIS TAILORING ( the most disastrous accidents In next season; price \,ocp. Will

i We'show samples and Wk6-measures the history of Mississippi rivet trot for West Palm Beach or Miami \ ;
He, occurred when the steamer W. T- property
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Scovell plying (jet the\ VlpUsh{ .rg an4 I
INE LINE GENTS' FURNISHINGS Davis Bend trade, was destroyed by HAL P. '
an explosion. Owing to the largo Week Batween

.. I. G0t1D0'4 number of negroes on board It Is Impossible JUPITER, FLA.McGinley NEW YORK
'to ascertaIn the exact number -
of the dead and Injured but officers ---.. --- -....- B.C., both way,,
Merchant. Tailor, West-, Palm Beach. Fls a of the boat who arrived her' ? COASTWISE SERVICE
state that no less than ten, ''nor more Bros.
..- .. than sixteen were Wiled The probabilities I I MOUTH BUN LINES

are that." a like number were Betireeb
e Injured. AND' PROVIDENCE,
9aoo'b ) unzs The number of dead and injured POn TS.
both ." -'..,
negroes of a crew and passenger list '
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of about 50, about half are minting. ,
; fainting: Yaps J/anging, Graining Vallo'}< ; Th> negro dead were cared, for at:t dIDANQ4IF' :; : of Catherine From Lewis Wharf Boston
and : the place where the accident occurred Street, Jacksonville
Glazing
nisAing: Jlalsomining: : : :
as were some of the injured. About EM BALM K: RIVER LINE
Will work in c unttyor'clty. Full line latest Sample Books to select from :
fire of the Injured
negroes were and 3anford..
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LOWEST PRICESAll brought to VIcksburg on the steamer
Work Tir t CU a aid, J L..V. Your Ordal- .t ; Senator Cordlll and with the white BchesJord the St. Johns(DsLand) and t
River ,.
Guaranteed, 1 .dlrel'ltiek..tor. and da(5( tnjuiea. t t.
The accident occurred at Gold Dust Parlor Opposite Masonic -
West: palm jJsaoA | landing' about 17 miles south of and t'FfE0. K DeBAR)

*VV *< *VV% *VVM** *V AVW Vlcketourg. \ iJ.essille: dair) tstep! rl, tle'. f't II
The Scovell was'\ at the landing taking \ foiddaily. except: Sunday aI't 'e ni. 11
: on freight "when suddenly a terrific N. C. JON ... Nod \l'

exploil'lon'occurred, and the boat ". ..:,. ..,.. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,""rrl.r"m and ap 71
r was blown practically* to atoms. Many ...,....;.. ....;..... ..............J".v"8..pm 4a
: FABER BROS. of the timbers were thrown hundreds Contractor and ..... .....{...,... .... .3OP"": llel
of yards, and some of those aboard ( ):xbANoD)...........,..... .. 'Iaopm ,
were blown, almost that far. The Building; of Docks and ............:.......,........... 9"lm, .
s SELL ONLY |THE PUREST pilot 11r>t11e'and front part of the cabIn specialty RlgH"i. ) E.\.I.;, ;: ................. ttlllOm be

were blown to splinters, and some P. O. Box: 411 122 W, Bay St Jacksonville :
s GROCERIESMEHTS parts of the boat'were so badly dam .! .
1JVea', Be, 8t..J"okilOnvllle., 1111.'
West Palm Beaih. Fla. '
she wn
aged'that began to sink Immedi ; U. P. LQV tILL 8apt '
) ZAPF BLOCK OPPOSITE FERRY ately. When the Cordlll left her late n.llIe Florida' WAl,
CLtI1pl
k. 1! WLNE, Geo'l' Pr't AgL$7
In the afternoon she walt Hating heavIly L. A. lei!<
<< \ ftndO"norltlllhnnger
and her cargo of 1,000 sacks-of .... Yor nrnnnh" 1Ii"1 itroadwey. R
A Post Card Will Bring Our Order Man to Your cotton seed and 85 bales of cotton MANUFACTURER OP I ---S mar

Door. Give:Us a TrialWe will be lost. Boots and i saess- the
Pending the arrival of the Senator --

sell J. F. Fox's Shoes for.Infants- Soft Soles Cordlll\ the injured were oared for Repairing In All Kinds of I P

at sible.Gold Dust landing, : as well as pos Goods Neatly Done st Line 3 3I :

Of the white dead only the body of .
Iiiian Tanned Buckskin
.L __. _......._ Lavell] Yerger ball> been recovered Za' :
Wade Quackenbosa amaVirginYa
I was heard to call
for help soon after the explosion but and I Trope

'C. A. WOODRUFF according to the report of those who FOR TENDER FEBT! ( .south, ((3aroZina by.rl:
were on the boat, escaping' li'team
; Dealer( IQ soon smothered big cries. Captain Olive St.( North of New ll1all'epecls Lapp::'

t Quackenboss was not seen 'after the INOTICK.IB :!. of Travel Vrom
Groceries Hay Grain and Feed Hardware, accident.
County Judge's Court, .
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4 Granite Kitchen Ware Crocftery Pilot Dougherty Watt blown several North South
diction
hundred feet out Into the river, but Dade County: State of j ItrackChrisl
Jugs and Harness despite a dislocated shoulder. man* lu the matter of the Estate of) (

aged to swim to a bank. Patience P. Ward, 'deceased.) I log of
S FULL LINE LATEST FISHING TACKLE The s'toryof/ the accident as told by Notice is hereby given that theirforme i t

Mapes Fertilizers. Sanders fertilierCompanyst ;J. T. Bruce', the engineer of the evnth day of January, A. ] ,Famous ,
boat is a a.. follows\ : shall} present my accounts for aid ea,
Fertilizers "We were lying at.the Gold Dust tlement and apply for my ( ) I dian' Xjimi>rca ceivesalt I

,' .; { noticed a. small quantity of water oozIng Last Wilt and Testament of a.2l:1''ss' : I atTheMr.J

through Ui ;
that something was wrong, and proceeded Judge, at Miami Dade County; <.." West
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to make' a thorough examination Dated June 3otb, A. D. 1906. \. .... -"
.. .- .... at that moment. As soon.as.Igot Victoria Adelaide i -"'; ": /wlldsyIhUlinl
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her back to the be.nk. I crawled : Executrix of the Last Will /
on top of the boiler and proceeded : amtntof Patience P.,Ward, j cane at

1 ONLY NINETEEN CENTS COMPLETEr I II with the Investigation 1 had just Attorney II. Pierre for Brannlng Executrix.. ; and ,tho: 'HJids icatedI'time! a
gotten downfrom\ : the boiler when It I Iiah.

I the explosion occurred. The catastrophe Notice.: __ Atlanta.: 81,
I believe, was due to a defective employork ,
..... 1 Notice la hereby glen that
r ; boiler plate.."- AI
1 after date of this notice,we Coaches On All Trains otter. t I

Enameled, Fluted Curtain Invitee Bide 6,000, Cars. our accounts for final lean be,
Pole, complete with brass bracket Philadelphia. Deo. 20.-The pur- apply for our discharge as Is open

i and frosted knobs, as ill usta tefl, abasing agent of the Pennsylvania of the John estate 1[. and Brelsford last will and ; east' Jootl.foa.l&& 4I'e1ll1l(
each 10a railroad has bide deceased IVasJui'S ()lh
'? price Invited for the construction County Judge at", Miami Dade ITS ol.rlatCJevelo
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,. .. 'of 5,000 box cars. The Florida Dated June! 3oih 1906.E. : ; ( /l, Cincinnati; "< 'eLl! !
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contract .will be awarded In a fow .
M. Brel 'y' "hUe tb,
Their r '
days. estimated '' '
cost Is $0,000-
: 100. With the placing of this order Mary C FOLDER 'tllQe. I 0P'.orit

the company' will have ordered with : ;
.r. In the last two :years nearly aid, OO : / ; '".i-egar*] I 'sric
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/ thousand freight cars 'Schedules, call ,A.
Wo1t
write? .'' .
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1"" ALL STEEL SHELF BRACKET Columbus; da.;; Decj 20.-News A "' ",."), ,'< Trevi'a$ tart I Stocks

.. ',. has beef! received la ,the city 'at a ,,' .":" ;/'1'c';:':,:', 'mttnugeledltlon
tragedy In Chattahoochee county. Bob .J.":; )
iO so 12, price; per pair iBc Kimball,' a young negro was shot at I, TRADi, .. -- "eablyi i b
a negro frolic D : .' :;,- \ ,
7x0 "f Ifc near Cussata, and Col"vs < .1\7 ._... t'J1.q.
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6x7 lOc I Charles, charged Lewis with, a negro' was arrested In..nfon Anvon..ndine. '.: our a.kandde.w opinion'; t .. g : .-- .........."... .-..."" .", ,'. '111'6'III'Bond' r
the d' ed. It Is I lenlxo a. (' 9
anetl'mnadnntLJ i i v-*"
l We"are after Your Furniture Business I paid) that/eight h* has other confessed negroes. and .Implicated aenth arwalaake.wlthoa/.i.r4amahi Umu rWau_+ :.deal+l.e t rruaahMun n artote.eunua,. IMNOBOOM[00, V 9, : t etrpp traciHa |&.

ns ld-'oi.lL, 'Iris," on oed

GOMP'Y' Greet-Grandsonn of Jefferson Davis. ScicwiFic JJm \tithe 4U' fil'lt"' ypur*. uu iitUi"1'! D1 f. i ..Jew.e1V .
McGiNLEY BROTHERS 'Colorado Springs, COlo Dec; 20.-, M:7.' : anr.el.nIWv lUmrtratM I w My.ij*vir.: ":':. / '" ''C/".';': \ '1'01
A son has been born to Dr, and Mr, urn tnae montbe.16 :: :'- f jftel$I
In ThelrlNew Store Opposite Masonic Gerald( ,,Webb. 'Mrs. Webb Is a grand MONf:(& CO aelal_ ', New / .,.! t'J Politeness" teadeef! !ot
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Tempi daughter of the late J.treuol1.Davla. Arau 0dI.. 5 Bt..Wnhuyton hDr 1 b(

ty and grandson the newcomer of ',the 'confederate Is the 'only, great press- I .! ( G i" iiNr ANDorIL JELITEI! leI"rlll.A4 titer'o)

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Two Robbers 1--: ; ;; Bank at Hors I The annual meeting of tbe StockhoU The VirginiaHot ::::

J Local J Jnteresl FOLLOWS' EXPLOSION tie, Ark. era of the Builders /JSupply! Company will. Centrally LocatedElectric 4 + '
office Du .
TenarkanA., Ark. Dec. 20.-The be held at the Cpnipnuy al
ray Florida, at three o'clock p m., ou and Cold Baths Lights
Bank of }Horatio nt Horatio Ark. ,
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: ; Monday, January I4h( 1907.I54W < '
t Attorney # Ikt''Bronning pent .Wedueedaylu ,. a small town about 60 mil OH north. of F E JENNO. Secretary. Large Cool Rooms and cuisine the very best.: Rate fj per day special Rates by
Miami on professional bust Of Dynamite Gap Thrown by this \>lace. was looted by two robbers tbe week or month,. Carriage: run lu connection with house to anrt front trains. tMIee4 7
, A. L. HAVJOH. 1
roprl.t.wa
who entered the bank and, coveringthe
Annual Stockholders' Meeting;
' Desa ', Boy at Savannah.ONE ------
cashier with their pistols, appropriated
' of'almost two to one, Bre.
NOW OPEN
juv a vote all the In about
\ sight,
declared against saloons at money Tbe annual) meeting of the Stockholm 6. _
v"rd county election: held Tnesday., KILLED; SEVERAL 'INJUJ\ED M.OOO. The men then: hurriedly era of the Planters Tacking: & Preservm e Palms/ \ ----- :--.. -,-=--_: :

\i the wet and dry mounted their homes and rode awivy I Company will be held at the Company''' Fronting On. Lake Worth
r( Come in and look at our: Cliristniatgoods. with a posse of citizens In pursuit. I office at Delray, I"orfda, at seven o'cloc located ,
and giving tbe
like hotel well appointed beautifully comforts -
home ,
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, .:' Broadwell & Moore Boy Undertook to Show How First Several shots were Bred at the flee- p. m., on Monday, TanuHry 7th, 1907. Large without< the cost of the more extensive ODe Situated on Lake Worth opposite

Useful Ch'rlstmas presents at Broad Explosion Occurred and Succeeded Ing' robbers and 'It lit'believed, one of IS-4W F. E ENNO, Secrets Royal Polnctana Hotel. White waitresses, electric bells. Good fishing, hunt
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them wounded. A and day, special rates bv tbe w ek.
I was large posse ing, boating/ Rates $2.50 $3 per
Moore's. So Well that Ha Wrecked Buildingand ..
well & Annual Stockholders' Meeting: TUB; PAI MW.! W t Palm LtVKOtiLia
is now In pursuit but so far the robbers .
:Master Charles Gruber arrived tbis Mangled Firemen. have succeeded. In evading their w

'jnoiniig from Newberry College 8. C., pursuers The annual meeting of the Stock hold. LAKE WORTH

i\ to spend the holidays with his parents, The dead are: era of the Keystone Plantation Conipau PlazaOVERLOOKING '

1 I end Mrs. M. B Fruber, Fireman Harry Eddy. Jewel Worth $6,000 Stolen. I will be held at tbe Company's office In "p1
lair George :Mouro, assistant) chief of6a.van.n.a.h Delray., Florida, at three o'clock, pm.,, OPEN ALL THE YEAR ,
Ft. Worth, Tex. Dee 2Q.Thehome
in this
Burk Barman\ came mora
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Mr Ore department. on Monday, Januarv 710 1907 '
log from tbe State! University at Gainesville E. H. Daley., fireman.- of A. Dates Wharton was rob W. W. BLACKMER, Finest location; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Newly Furnished Throughout.: Rates
and will\ spend the holidays! with, Those Injured slightly: Joseph bed of Jewel valued at $6,000. The' IJ-4W Vice-President. are most moderate consistent with cleanliness under the personal supervision of
lose was discovered by Mrs. Whar- _. -- Mrs. E .A. BurkhardtP
Datura street Nlva and Lambert Pat'tea.Savannah h
his parents on ton's maid. There was a safe In the O. Box 238 Late of Atlantic City N: J.

W. A. A. T. iP. -B. We are after 20.-By'the house!, but the gems were seldom: Only Place In Town To 1 N ai

your furniture business1. McGlnley. Ga., Dec. kept under lock, and when stolen I RATES $a.oo PER DAY Cuisine Unexcelled
fireworks '
explosion of dynamite In the were la a drawer In Mrs. Wharton's Get a Special by Week White Mountain Help
Oar 25 per cent. discount sale will factory of Joseph Carbo and John boudoir.

eoutinue until January-lit. Miss Ponce, Nlva, Italians at No. 631 Anderson I Barrmanto

Hillluer Palms Block. street on Wednesday night one Believe Patrick Innocent. { use i ,. 1 1I 1k

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Metcalfe arrived fireman was burned to death, another New York, Dec. 20.-Resolutions f
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thi wornlo and will: Bpcn.d the! season was fatally burned: assistant Are seriouslyand chief : asserting belief !In the innocence of HILL BROS.'SfIOKER. Under Management Q. T. RYAN & CO.
fireman were
and another themurde1" Alan of lintel, Revere lleicli mean. Alt Modern Improvement
south of the Albert T. Patrick, convicted of I'rop'K. Parkway
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In the Burkholder Cottage: probably fatally .burned. The : ,k i ir it
of William M. Rice were
Mr.: Metcalfe will-re-open his photographic burned and .
city.
studio on the East Side. proprletars. were struck painfully In the face by the II adopted ty the Medico-Legal societyat Mrs ParriSh'OIOee
i boy was
tt e
Its annual dinner. The resolutions P a Cottag t
Miss Gertrude Lemls and her guest, flying debris and severely hurt. were based on a report by a wetFalm Beach

Mica Jocelyn, went to Miami Thursday At 8:30: o'clock Carbo and Nlva special committee of experiment the Florida

morning to spend several days with, relatives were engaged counting torpedoes committee i& said to have made In the r
and friends in that city. I they had manufactured. One dropped use of embalming fluid. The society Centrally located at Corner of Foiucetta: and Uvernia Streets. Rates It.so

Mr and Mrs. Stanley Wakely returned and caused the explosion'suffered! of painful the rest.Injuries call upon Governor Hlgglns,, of New Put Up In Two,Sizes to (a oo per day. Jro oo per week.Seminole ,
Nlva
last night from a visit to St Augustine Carbo, and those of Carbo being the more York to pardon Patrick. Judge W.his i OPEN ALL THE YEAR
II. Francis, of Philadelphia cast
this morning en-
and Mr. Wakely Hotel
,
serious.
vote against the Patrick resolutions,
tered upon the dntlet.! of his new positionas The small building took Are> Imme- declaring the Investigations been Rates, $2.00 and Up
yard master on the local yards of the, dlately. A chemical comply of the
reported on its merits without Its consideration "
Florida Hart Coast Railway.W. neighborhood. responded to the alarm ZAPF )
as applicable to any particular GEO. Protrietor
A. A. Y. F. B. We are after and quickly extinguished: the blaze CII.S>e. '
Refurnished and Refitted Accommodations For Guest
your furniture business. 'McGlnley. Assistant Chief Mouro was telephoned I 17 Newly Throughout ISO
lrw'that he investigate -
-as it was :
Chamberlain Loses Memory I ;NO "
W. A A. Y. (F. D. We are after It being suspected that the New York, Dec. 20.-.A. dlapabch v r, 1
: : ItaHan[ proprietors. had a greater Z StttCLt.rS (r' ottcttJS Clematis Ave
your furniture ,business. McGlnleyl i! quantity of explosives in the place from London of Joseph say that Chamberlain the' long owing retirement -- lIl : Two blocks

Vincent. an old Confederate permit. 3 west of R. R.
t. II. J. ordinances UPon ,
than the city haled .
:: t to gout and) other ailments .
C. F.
MRS. CROSBY
soldier, who had a home at Homestead, -Ills arrival he and Firemen Kady, constant assertions and contradictions Proprietress
to *
his house. the build Everything up-to-date. Table service unexcelled. Rates only'Ji.ooperdaVe : : ; :,'
was found dead' yesterday at tXLeary and)Daley entered to the gravity' of his condition I
Nearby was a dead rattlesnake and it is Ing. With them was a boy, Fred. as The Chronicle states that he FINE FATHENS I \ .t Palm Beach, Fla. / @

evident that Mr.. Vincent )had been bit. Dhltty, 16 years old, who had crowded greatly overtaxed his strength at the ------- --- -------- ---

ten by the reptile and that death enaned. his way In'. celebrations In honor of his seventieth :- THE SEHGLEilr HOUSE t

-Miami Record.Mr. The firemen were speculating as to birthday at Birmingham with,

Geo. W. Potter sold his launch to what could have caused the explosion. the'result that he lost his memory NOW OPEN

tbls completely. The past was a blank \ ,.. .. -4 ,
the Florida East Coast Railway "
be "I'll show you how It happened> to. him an'd he could not rememberwhat 1 ""il.I.J.;,:;.1 "AHome Away From Home 'i,
week and the vessel will hereafter remarked! Chltto, picking up a dynamite bad taken place even a few :'Ii4 4, >,'.
used In the Key West extension work cap. This he hurled to''. for his FOR XMAS 'J"#n' Q1:>e e
hours afterwards and although i
The launch was taken to Miami Tuesday followed three explosions c,4 ?
floor, and there other facLulties were, and are uninjured Centrally located and near '
afternoon and from there will blest in quick succession.The j l fit 11Io: memory Is gone. ,1 Lake Worth. Cool, airy
to the keys building collapsed and the da- I rooms, best table r' i

The Board of County Commissioner tonatlons- were heard all over the( city. I Woolen Mills Merger. service. t E E.v

held/ a special meeting} Miami Thursday Window glasses were broken in the Nashville, Dec. 20.-A merger of Fancy Fruits RATES Sa.oo PER DAY

for the purpose of accepting the neighborhood and debris was sent fly- the: leading woolen mllla of the south t,
Ing In every direction. and Special Rates By The Week
Tbi Involving a capitalization of one !
books of the county tax assessor.
For the Holidays.
explosions.
work has been delayed on account of thmany Fire followed hard upon the a. balf million dollars, has been affect- F. V. SEAOLE, Proprietor .
combine will be known aa
ed. Tli .
diffaculttee In making up the as beneath the falling td
Eady was caught American Textile Woolens com
the
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tnament rolls for tbe year.Rev. timber, crushed to death and his i i pany. It will Include the following Let us send a box of Florida Fruit OPEN N:;10' \ .' '1 1fJ

Henry nice returned Thur day body Incinerated. The other escaped concerns; : Park Woolen Mllla. Ross- to your friend in the North I a '

morning from tbe annual Conference of to the open, but .Daley did so only vllle. Ga. ; Louisville\ Woolen Mllla, Nothing. nicer for a Holiday. rr1ggs Cottage Select

the Methodist EplscopalCbua-ch, South through the heroism of"Mouro and Louisville[ Ky. ; Sweetwater Woolen present.Packing and snipping fruit Is an Winter Home

at Palatka. He Is beta*greeted by many, O'Leary., who Injured as they were, Mill, Sweetwater, Tenn. ; Athens art with al.I uUNUER '[tiE PINES"Hot

or bis i friends and parishioners, who are drew him from the burning debris. I. Woolen Mill, Athens, Tenn. ; Atlanta I and Cold Baths on every floor. :Large airy rooms;good wholesome cooking: ,
pleased to have him returned for anothe All of the'Injured were at once Woolen bulls\ Atlanta, Ga. The and very beat service. Rates $3.00 and $3 50 per day. Special rates by the week.
hurried to hospitals. Carbo and Nl headquarters of the concern will be Fresh Cakes Baked Dlaly-Order Kvernia street one and one half blocks from the Lake. No consumptives taken. ,
fear.I va had already been harried, to Park Chattanooga 'Tenn, Christmas Cake MRS H. E. BRIGGS Proprietress
.. W. Burkbardt the ploncer'grocer, but your i.
View sanitarium for treatment --- ---- ------ -----
hu citrietmaa announcement in today'). ,almosImmediately from us.
a of police
ne superintendent NOW OPEN
Police Arrest 14 Italians.
Son that housewives will prefi their removal ,to AT _ : ;
Tropical directed ; New York, Dec. 20.-Wlth the Idea I The ,
bj.treading.! Mr Bnrkh'ardt has th station. '' : : Keystone Datura Street, near '
the police, of discouraging the "Black Hand, Lake Worth Produce Co. : Center ol Town !
happy faculty of selecting' the very,best Tills was for a dual purpose the end kindred organizations' of this> city, 1 f

that 1,1, to be bad and he has mane a effecting of their 'arrest and: to lave the police arrested: 14 Italians on Recently Enlarged and RenovatedAu

ipccial effort this season.1 I them, from a mol '::D.TC.. of carrying concealed weap I Fresh'Frultg and Produce Deceived Ideal Family Hotel. Good home cooking; and well-ventilated sleeping rooms ;,,1 t I I'I

, The guests at Brlggs Cottage have The orowd became,greatly inflamed onsA special force of detectives Dally 1 Bakers or Bread to Eat Hot and Cold Baths, Electric Lights and modem improvements. Rates $a.oo per I''
,, truck upon a unique plan to ,enjoy'theChristmas I Immediately: upon arriving on the was detailed to the Italian colony for I day, special rates by the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK, Prop., West Palm Beach '
, scene' and learning what had occur I. I
suapl-
and will on tbe mornIng the purpose of apprehending
, season red. ."Lynch the, dagoes!I" was the '
. Chriatmaa Tree of loua' penonl. Police Commissioner I :-
\. ., their cf own the 2 making.< th have That (a. they,have shout."Never "mind ,the poJice.Jynch' ; : Binaham.tatedthaC h-ao would en- NOW OPEN I 1
, ; the; dagoes! large the force of Italian detective!
. THE VIEW
association LAKE
formed a sort of co-operative s. The cries stirred the crowd< to a
and make a determined effort to rid FROHTIHG OS LAKE WORTH
id of the ; wilt'give, and reocelve Men I
each guests pitch; of frenzy. harried .to a the'; city of the'"Black Hand' class DRUG
presents from the tree. As a re- nearby house In wjtfe'a it was said ot 'crlm nala. and Cold Bath. cool v
.. Just Opposite the Royal Poinciana Hotel. Gas, Hot Large
there be barrels of fun Jbad been'.taken.They .
I salt la bound to the burned Italians) ,
and Airy Rooms:
at The Briggs on Christmas morning were founathere, haying left'l 'Town 'Honor' Memory of Editor. If Required, Holidaysor :

Mr.J. J. Banter is op from the Key 'for the hospital. Then a crowd of Natchez. Miss.: \ Dec. 20. "The- funeral P., O Box 126 MRS. J. C. LAUTHER '

West extension operations to spend'the l eight or ten men was organized! of Captain James W. Lambert, Other Days I'I
visit the'' home' of Carbo, but it' was
tolidayi with his fa mil;'. He gives a had proprietor oC the pub-Ushers and business -
not been I
then that he
learned
> manager of tba'Natcbez' Democrat
hurricane i.
thrilling account of the October LUMBER AND SHINGLES
hospital.During
the
located taken there, but to took place at 1-1 o'clock Wed
where he was -
at Knight's Key, thin time there had been
at that time; and says that for a several policemen on the scene, but nesday .rooming Business from was St:entirely Mary's sus-cathedral .. The BOOK STOREWARDS' Shiplnettt To Any Part of The 5tat{. X Inquiries( \ .5olici'tcd

lime it looked as if all hands would per. soon the entire evening detail arrived, '
pended, thdbi.nketandaflstores' closing '
>>o. Speaking of the treatment of tbe the explosion having occurred Just as cloning the' hour of the funeral., BTATIONKRY correct for al --.-'--- 1..o"'c05t PricC05 )t,

employes engaged' on tbe extension it was going on duty. social correspondence
He'' had been the most public.spirited
ork It could not be wen't.,at once to the hospital ,Magazines aa Issued for JanuaryConfectionery eon
Mr. Hunter says The detail citizen of Natchez since the war. and 7Vlcnair/ ,e Fernandina J Florida
Better, the very best 'of food and good There the dressing' of the Injuries -' the; entire population paid' tribute to
klein beds being provided. In fact it lajhls of Carbo and Niva 'were hurled his memory I

rule and,. soon the police bad the ... ,
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+ opinion that the workmen a* a ,
Bare much better on the keys than they men in the patrol wagon and were Big India Rubber Import m WUDDI

raid! at home. taking them to the station house. .. blngton-;. Dec. 20.-The '"United t u r'

The part Chltto,had played was not States will ,have Imported an aggregate -
I Cleveland .Cbaiolesa Bicycles, $40.00 generally known. He, too, was put of nearly or quite fifty'million iH

Hile they last,, at Cummings. Clematli under arrest. dollars' worth. 'ot ,crude India rubberat I WHEN YOU WANT |rl > ,
'IDIie.opposite bank, the close of 'the'pr.aent year, according ,Wo give the acme conscientious care tc
Soldiers to Meet Rebel statement the selection of our'candles that we do
to a. made public
Favorite Pertilh ers for all crops and China Dec. 80.---tAbout
Nanking to our drugs; CONIDA'S CANDIES
fh.SrIcnltural'! chemicals for sale .by 1,000 Chinese soldifcrs, from, Nanking, the today..department by. the 'bureau commerce of statistics and' labor of I fresh from the maker ,Sealed package I A nice -Buggy or Carriage to tare a drive 4 '

h-A. Woodruff. I S4-U armed with modem weapons, trained ; 5c' (to6oefExclusive; A good Saddle Horse for a canter or exercise
i If ,tQ.thts, / le'addad"t18'I'ralueof ; Yir
'- bl.}Europe ,officers and' accompaniedby old and scrap) rubber' for 'remanufacture .' Agency With UsDarby's % Gdods. Delivered or llauling of any kind done, call on '
King Oscar Improves... oC.11Iit..artUlery.: have .
; battery '

. Stockholm",, Dec; l1.-Klnit' Oscar proceeded totbe front ,-to meet the ,th the. 'a 1rOur.t.total named trill, considerablyexceed *" Whipped+ Cream ,Chocolates 9 '"' THE ;I:

'QUnu. lo improve! ,his general rebel In th'a, Ping :Klan distrlcT.peneraI / .
The latest success,, of candy waking\ ; ,
,
nditlo Monday ng-being no- jr ele. .the commanding- officer Steamship ,.'" 'r '
.. M Twice-a'Week Service. honest in THAT J
quality add quantity
"fabljr'' baiter. 'mow ing'' bd1'Gdwqa ot'''.the troops. left" this' City Wedn. *- New'Orleans, Deo: 20.<.-Announcement i( STABLE I .

.---'. food!' .\ quad isstjea nlKtt: t" ; e III.:king' r temper:paasd! day.. I that a twlce-aiweetc/% here: :and New steamst'York).IpaOrvloe"batlsieet .tJb..6Oc.r'2Iba30C.r14Ib.15c';| ; r '. ...... ,. ,.?r:: 'TREATS"YOU RIGHT ," !:' lI


1 lIre atro-agerf iii l 9.1i; the and, artitjwot'tbqbeart.th'e.' \ :
Stetinlshtp"company made
t lraopea! ha.'not'fadreaeedp, 1 .&m'> i>r' It family heirloom l 'moresn' \ was \ acceptable present i" > ndd'rlVer\ with I yout!(.,you'well} t '
.
,Thursday "by"0enerat'Passenger'Agent .. .. ) .I' v
I p. 'century, tlil;* dl1ulonl.anti '' 'JO JNSON".KJJS'O, 8k'!; ,c6/a/ ;:and 'fitter I '... I
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cadf EJB1ltuxe. 1 Iloree'ergHoarded! agd woH ta k u,ogre: of J
daweirywrf'd lOl ,
'" inc.; ; ", ; 'ewelrj/ (.valued. afc 116sQ00e were. ,/ .'par caadiea25eaapoundt! y9pejtelrlcgln; e. \ l f < ( t

8': 'Turk., Dec. '11 anufacntrieweIers 'en from 'the Itlnsd&lo residence of 3albpaii.. Transients: fed at.anjr lima ,.., ,,. .... t ?
.,. have bald Informal'eon.- ,CnarW.Wi: stead vice; president: 01.: .., Christmas-- Convicts"; 'Ildc'2aov, : 11 ,- '._" ., ..-.. ......" .-, ....,"""y':4Vl1 SLIa;;ryfcfoa aruTdeliver' It.to'you '
U. itid: :
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ro&.WhOleaale
re II of ]at. ::4114: '''t Iltad.Avaa.tha; I1?.4pn?at.St "Montgomefp; ,

hteo, t making 'uniform a rance* 'l quor., deale! .' rnor Jelks- bas released from the '.CAttPBE'L'L' & MONROE':' \
lee'of state 25 conrlcta. This ,
prlaA I It' ""! the
rtRt ofttbermgra''etapleaartnlealbeyr t -
:11Ia + Without waltln Congress Adjourns fa hilt Christmas present to 'them, Mercantile .DrugJo. i'i

.' t any: ,,a.crelnDeDt many aay t' Washington-D,. CDeo.. 20.--The coming. far enough ,ahead to :allow ,,, .. 'on..biOC'k' i b of'ait*" "" tVltTt. pafni"- 1i'i''", ,'; i /
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ta. \ ) house of representatives adjourned on thaw.kta[.&.tiooiX<).,fj1glad eetw", f ; .', .' ,
..... hari'alrea41'.._,putt11W,. ''rlce. : ..: ::: -'i d' 't1 .<<.\ .-\u\ >trMerrill's firugStortT"'u'
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'l'H1"8 1 IT NOTICE OK EJ.I C'1'ION.
y "The,.Mistake of Your Life"K I .
". ], inn ,,i.)11 lulu a lit of spnainsuk I Public notice I in hereby given thitt a THE
d -- --- Special Election will be held on Friday.December .. I
d (btnviHuKi' why you don't get A. Walker, the Jeweler, U iiulhouty 28, A, 11, 1906, in the Public I II I

will. ii you will only try a bottle of for tbe statement tbat you will make Fire Hall on Tolncetla Street, at West .
Palm Beach Fla the polls to be open
Btl'Il'IHOIhollnd I! \ Syrup your cough "tbe minute of your life" if you ail to on laid election day; from 8 o'clock.: : A :'1. .

will! bo .i thing of the pait It Is a po tbo.roughly examine his mock before to sun set. The purpose of said election SIRKIN. .en. Will
3tCt
It 1\'" ,curd for Coughs influx-tun, Bronchitis making vour bollday purchases. lie is to vote upon Bonds for Sewer and lJOlt.[ 5mb t
"Bric-a- Streets Improvements, nod is to be In accordance -
and alt Pulmonary illeoasea. ban a beautiful line of Imported with the following resolution .

One bottle will convince you-at your Brae" and Silverware Also the largest passed by tbe City Council on Tuesday] -=.=,;':''''-. ---- "" -"- ---,- '. .-.... .. ..-- .. .... ...-. ..-- -_..-...._.-.._ ..... .,..-. ,- --.....-
druggist, 26c. 600, $1 00. Sold by A. G. line 01( Watcbes and Jewelry that bat flee 27th of November, A. O. Io6< in regular ', t !'1 '!!r c'' Ii'

Illegal. ever been shown iu West Palm Beach session: -....< Where Will You act 1"t; "I"VI') ,.

His store la in the "Palms Block,'/four Sewer and Street Improvement Bond l. .:.1'\1' >
Resolution-Calling for an Election to ,', ; Jit1"I :
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A New Departure.To doors north of ibe postoflice.-'- I Determine the Issuing of Bonds : .YOUR HAT? pleasure( $ to 'mafte r 'Uu>i.CIjvljjHa:";l }i j[; E t;' ;itt6n t i frill .

W. A, A7 Y. P. D. "We are after WHEREAS, It has"beel necessary to .
my stock of harrlwarr, groceries, I your furniture business il\lcOlnley, ,I extend tbe sewer system\ of the City ot I .. '" I.", \',.)fl.\.")' \), T,'7 ,I 1' ,', '

hay grain and feed, I have added. the West Palm Beach Florida and it is now
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two well known brands of fertilisersMipes and necessary that the streets be, improved': the\? excellent assortment 5 {t a QJf'ht'lnJ.. \ l '.fi v' iitve!? .t IIOPC.

Tbe largest stock local postcard viewin ... : ; '. :*r' .
v tilzers ) tile Sander ., .
HIM : WHEREAS, Ills the judgment of tbe N\1"S. ";" ;
Fertiliser e"',,. product, C. A. Wood-I town at Broadwell. and.Moore's. tf City Couucttthat it t inadvisable! to pay ,,' .. JI"i' ..': '. .
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niL corner Poinselta. and Banvaii streets FOR S4.UE-umber, lath shingles by for direct said sewer taxation and and street that improvement a bond Issue HAVE on tisplay, we will( be, pleasc& to tjaol'4'ou ,Elttpct
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and Georgia brick for sale In car Iota 1 Is the most feasible method of procuilug/ ,
Dill Fit kks at Fsbtr litotutrslfPaft and providing for the payment' of these I '
St. Augustine Lumber Company St. I, The Following to Select prom ,
improvements .
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,1.!bed or iwfnriiiuJml cottage or "
Augustine Fla. tilt THEREFORE: Be it resolved by the ;
rein, M It'ev! BrotnersCc City Council of the City of West Palm Hawes, Stetson '-t. ,
EARLY TO: BED :'Beach la session .' '
Florida regular assem .t.

Doster's for toys. tf and early to rise, makes one healthy, bled this 27th day of November, A. D. ,En fields Gold Bonds .:. I.
1906, that ou tbe 28th day of December, sameCtntfycmy
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happy you A. D. 1906, there shall be held In the

take Heiblne before retiring A posi- City of West Palm Beach Florida a The Sirkin Special 19s;
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special election, to determine tbe ques* ;
Robber Prey on Selma Pottofflce. tive cure for Constipation, Dyspepsiaand lion of issuing bonds of the City of West '
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Washington Dec. 20.Senator 'all liver complaints. Mrs. S-.-, Palm Thousand Beach, Florida Five, in Hundred the sum Dollars of Seven *': ,. i,..flIDcst ",I"\\t,, ,
Pettus! of Alabama, saw the president Columbia Tenn., writes: "I alwlI.1teep (7.500,00)), to consist of fifteen(tj)bonds SHOES FOR MEN 23cacl\ '
I IFlorsheim
regarding tbe condlton of the of the par value of Five Hundred Dollars Palm : ?;..

't postofflca at his borne at 'Selruo, a supply of your llerblne on ($500 00)) each bearing:date the first day ,I rt(. "

which i hI> In. need! of some equipment.The hand. Am so pleased with the reliefIt ,of February A. D 1907 payable In gold s Douglas .
office, it nee-ma, has been robbed coin of the United States of America, of .
gives in constipation and all liver the standard weight and fine-
six: time recently, and' tbe present Sloribt':

senator or :seven said' that be found that he( complaints, that"words can't expressmy ness interest, Thirty. payable((30)) semi years,annually'' after date, ,at, with the Monarch Pats ,

1 key to fifa own box would open tour appreciation.. Sold by A. Q. Rle- rate of five per cent. ((5 per cent) per

other ""boxes. "That sort of thing," geL annum, both principal and Interest payable
.. .--.--.. office of tbe Treasurer of
t be said "ought to be remedied at the City SHOES FOR LADIES -
Senator Pete thought the president's For Sale] the City of West Palm Beach Florida, A/vv* vvvvv with that and all of said
a provision any
t r t Interposition would help In getting St+ble manure, 'n nee nanHtv.| deli,. bonds may be redeemed" at par and Boston

the postollice authorities to remedythe erwl tl' on cidei., Mm C. Tiffany/ on accrued interest not sooner than Ten Queen Quality, I Beautiful Lots

+ trouble Pol n sell a street 12-1111 (lot\ years after date.
Tbe ballots shall\ be: Favorite and Lots
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k Winter Home SiteThis and the Against"X" mark bonds ahall for be$7.500 placed: 00 to the of Others 1 I In The New Railway Addition $

left and immediately In front of whichever

side of Lake Worth proposition the elector shall elect |
Is one of the most (desirable properties; on tbe west to vote tonI .. 00- ... .. ._'__ -.. .

for a home It Is located,just,oulu of the town limits on the lake front, less than ten. pectively appoint, of as the Inspectors said election and clerk"res, L. A.v; Pictures framed at' McGInley Brother,' To the City. of West' Palm Beach*

j minute walk from the poRlofiice. feel to Olive street Wlllaon, R. W. Porter, S. P. Battle, in. Company. .
lake and extends F Rail
The property front loo feet on the 750 Convenient to Bridge 'ry
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; and E. A. Ebuiann, clerk the
bath fixture gpectors ;
room
There is a dwelling, also loo] and btornue house; complete For Sale at a Bargain.
foot well with windmill said inspectors anl.clerk receive for and to the business part
wjth hot water; sewer pine into lake; electric lights; 5o- road station
and tank place U piped for Irrigation and has frlnnd pipe with sprays In operation :, their services the same remuneration an' Two horses, single and double wagon
; low and Terms
such officers for elections. I Prices
for spraying tbe lawn and fruit tree county one 'undercut survey and 'bus. Call or : of town.

', One portion of the property is splendid for a home garden, or would make a West Palm Beach GEO. Fla.B. BAKER, .Mayor. address Mrs. Tiffany, West Palm Beach Easy- './. good discount will be allow- :
fine for a cow or horse.
pasture Fla. im
A great variety of tropical fruits and plants ore growif>" n the place. The November aS, io6.: efl for Cash

orange, grapefruit and 1 J lemon trees. Kumquat, paw paws, bananas; and guavas .. .
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for borne It will PRY yon to Investigate this Owln* to
If lucking a
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busmen tni.r nti elsewhere tbe owner wishes to 1I"ll, and I for the present Is offerIng For plats and full information apply to

it at f 4.500.oo. GRAFTEI Mangoes
Also another lot on the West side of Olive street" from the ahove.V '. BUDDEDLargest Mulgoba WALLACE R. MOSES $
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'''' This liit Is 100 foot front on Olive street 111\.1 l thence Sro feet' west to the .
this lot IL is offered at f t,2oo.g0.APPLY Collection of Crotons In the United States.. :.alms, Phyllan
county roads, Some small improvements! on /; Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department."West .
TO- t.huset.c.. All pot grown. Full Line Of Citrus Stock

grown on High; Spruce Pine Land, Address Palm Beach, Florida. $

WALLACE R. MOSES, or JOEL A. DEAN JOHN B BEACH West Palm Beach, Florida ")
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r r m In answer to advertisement in local press THE GURRIE INVESTMENT

COMPANY has succeeded in obtaining exclusive sale or rent of some of the best


e properties in West PalmBeach end vicinity, and now takes, pleasure: in offering? to the tit!


public the following proposItIOns X -,,.._.l. .'t +.. w t '..,... .-. s

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i ..;:I' Will liny a T room hone c Will buy* S room cottago! ( E
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r;" WUI boo II 11111"1'1.1.. S7 Finn',Will buy 38 acres of lend a& $4'000 nndLattlnrolceresldeore. c1) our CO foot lot went ol
j0 .:<" $23.000 mill, ,UOU, Ihdrrnon: n polnB jtittlnR, Furnished Houses'For Rent .
: grapefruit oroiiKO' ) location! tin .\ >rnla utreet, two mlimtea tae Kallroui oa Uaturu tre let. \\'MHtaken loci Lake Wor'b In, full ilght-of the Inli'U .
: 1"Intlltl..O..rl: arms *BOO. walk from Lake. n..lIyolIIl..oolot.
l 1..0 .....iMin. If run 'l'b"I., an olrl biiiulhiK with tI I rooOl.I.. tile Cff
Rum fluiilBiJi d Fw 14 room Lake Front Wilt bur a I.nfce front J
1I"1I"1I.Ilt'. It 'hleh rollld ho I 11..01! a. a > Qrtrt f\f\n
i f r:. ..n..It..tllh'b oil tsls,..\klml\"n me In tI.II. .tll.to..1! hams Timeme'oftha plRe..temporal' 1 pOW houaeisRailway. Adilltlon $3 r > bnnHO.mtuntetl, on 5 acres $1 000111' | buy a B foot >lot<> on .
the liiwrihlnit ,, of lam' IPHII thus hut a nulo 'from the poMoitlceln Street west of the rikll.
v MII M\ n<" '(',1,1 J In orungLH, Krnpelrult etc I'orTS room hounii on Poln-
'q HorlOa. all ,bturlUK.CJ'y $800 settartreet Wwt Pain Beach road containing two Cottages 'that. are E\
Wl" .alu1Ir..p. now renting" for 411 |nsr> > montli
\ -- F'nrlO room lioimoou Datura $3 r\r\n ""T nn oraniro \
will but H ifinlMtii'd "'Will tho "onlyof hot'ln1ot'IDl $800 street fniit attire :2U( miles south ol
:i) .. $18ooo} holme on nn ''H' U"O> 1,ivkii < ,000.Iro", a < ) I'utin' itetioti; 10 ncn. tn pi ova and 6& acruiHiiitmblfl "R1 nnO Will buy oIS"sere block In
: fOoOa house In Jvtfar :\ : Ivlrdy hk-li. there himodernrxnrrtdrn'es. .
h,'ont lot niipiwlie, llovul 1'i.lni In nil. contulnlnir liiilillnntH and which In now paying For J.akplront for irronlnjz plnvniiplov and vniro Ll
,I i t, t i\....",I 14.- TV, mm and. two neat"h!far f MH with the iiea-nit yeur.fc $650 eon addition; H room ble.1<' w Itli Ibo truet. thre room.*acrea house within\ a and block a 1,1..a.|of the Poet lour
.. For A room, house on Kvurntatreet oniro.
r'I will foot 1 ot Will tiny aIr. room house.
ot"" son .HOO e < y Lay a ino $400 37Vooo
q> < ,OOO tillr mwn| .. rPxt ol Weston tin Kvornltt Street! close to '
; Vitlm Iteaob on which IM. ... nnnw with 11 For 8 room bonne on Porn,, of. the EPiscopal, church $750 Will buy ii HOOK B mount cut-
:, 500 Will buy: n fnrntehpd roonm' nnd two !hutlm On the lot there $400 l'>Tll at re..C tinil." Lake I"rontKov CO Rr\n Will buy a 7 room house nearournerot tags'! ).em. rnllroad.. urvrt."vvln .rl 8 blot way- 1
J $12 view of the hike ? 4 fiiiH. .
: r | nUMln IH also a otii* aturv lioitmv ol ro 1011I1'* rnntulntnff will 1 lirlnn *1,01)1)) C room hoiiHe on Datura '
pus liliiuk from the |"'" Thin property enBlly $35o to.trotttaakmaderneonr'eulenaw.' ; "
r, :4:.1 14: rooniH* sod, bnnnMfull.v nl'ilntail, Tim pi-r :v....r. street $500 bui> 10 a : IIOIIHOCUII t>.. boil' ..un'urnMinl, for ft.'OilIPKH. PorRroomeottagelnCailwsy: > ' Will buy n bompptcnd of $36 '
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g clone, aail nuUurfromEpl.cop.lehurcb.
Addition to dvpot
t' tp < ,UUU Kio n.ri>iic..ni-l tliiiinf part Willhuy5soresoftheehPlerf -
'ZI wilt bur I' era of ot'001/0 of four ntlnnflH In I.nkeVortli. I betweenMtiiiyon'alMland brlillte.I $2,260 Will buy an H room house. $25 0 tot. plneapi/la land at llocttlutone.
$10.000 .'il .,nt at and the Inlet and within For U room cottage on Cle with an 8 foot veranda. all .
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: Riviera, ulthalliiufruniiixaim 11 giulwt| Lake 1 W urUI -. n tow inlnnteM of the Atlantic Disc,,. This $35o nintlM are on side i>7, lilll RTUIIOIr., on Datura) street, live mtnotei
me; tM. nnl nn litter silo l.n>|*<*rtr IH Improved Mud would be a hone andhulb',Pont from pout office. $1 00 wm buy acre property on the
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{ he nil'* ) o y K mo m late front at Hen ogle. two>
ran lie htul locomliino wlntnr' lunne wish vplciidld" location for a winter houie. **" street, .".", ..Iuke l $2 000 Will buy a /9 room house onii IIIlIett north of Went Palm lUtach. We
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+ f .. llitte IUIL'. fioin :, t a >o foot lot In lh
: H.>inJa initiwnr truly flioond
1'01' a : nee-::: have 143 acm In thin tract.
VTHI hotel Poln- elx-roomli.n.l" road Adilltlon.! fan reared for the .
.i .. 1'111."II..a..h.. $6,000 buy a nn $27 ._ .. : nn ,
aetta street' containing IN roofor1H6miStxhed!
{? I ', ', add ahnth. Ills. In the ItullrondAddltlou ) $50 Will buy sees p..o"ertyfour:
room .OO
.d djlj-i Wllihtly !Jo room luifolpJ.UVUv treat Pnlm HVAI near the 000 mil buy a atoro and UOUHBclone mlleasogt4 of Went Palmr
r\nn $ to Fort limuw coiner Ollto $2
room
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'ou the Inks Iron
.Z7 > Innv'rvrt'Iw t lointloinlinx 175 t tu the "I..tioo at DelBeach
rxllroml nmtlon end IMOO''' will rent it fur > .
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r IK-CII run fu l<> ycui-w: $H : ; '::7 R.for the.,'II..uII' orty 161 For II room house Olive sheet .tai l nine n supply Krorerlre and !ironcrHtinerihundlMi. road rnnit through the tract.
:- \VIII an oriingc and ifrnjtr" S near Fern if. the party tu .ng the. are.
boy .
and> will buy
put acre property
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: L. $ fruit prnes5) milts north of tore iw* lHhra to b'ly the men $441; orals ryil..onoltLer nWu of Palm
Furafour.raxnhome" Riernlniiruot
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tflhhnyahnslnrSpropI'slitnanoh.There, chnndlmItenotMubtnlnedtorthelnven-
}! \j{ $91500 .. on tttmnth! av*>mi'*, are25neroslnlhi.tract: $150 ,not far from the KiiiwopaleliuroU. tory price bnt dora not have to KO; with t tY 1WaCA. '
tint', main Street of Went I'nlu. Peach, Will nor foot r..lro the honneanillot. I/cre .IK achaucetorllv ""'t' erE ault-
t' \r which U now paying, #11H I per' ui'iotII. $4'500. Front lot In the Jefferson bualneiHi., In a urowlon town. $2> 5.nn ,!>,.. but Rrowing pineapples
{? Addition tuvnt palm Bolt h. House C1. Rnr Will buy n room honM four tnllvsnorOiof) Palm Heaib,
..rr."Ioo. Lawn and hath :
( ban H room very aimily on Dittura etraet iC .
' } r.r'$7: fUWw Rnr Will tntlon buy iinil r plnpnpple orangeitrtive jilnn- heck and front. $4 O will rant the bouaeunfurnliibed with a fifty foot lot net out In III r.... | ; an aera ot property at
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t r. '. !1..at."llh....4 miles south ok Went PitlnkItonch. for toe your $1 nnn' Cash will V"' >s ..... of lake "VIII buy .orwofUn "yf Thirteen ...Hrl-tli-a. of fruit trvmurrow front land at II polu". 10mlli'K nQR/- nl nbloh 10.are .,eE, out In an. 1kwhanltaDgforRtewlogorasaestPIn'"eg .
in the "I..''... Tt.>ri> I* an right. $4,600 Will buy en then house from I'ulrn UoMb. Six aerenof thu. I is ornniie and grapefruit grove, le vegatablm.. .
room hones In tfv<><\ rnnillMcm mill I7.1O in the center of n of Rood for triiekinri. = nile'aa" s half norm I.t located. '
r will rent the irouertv| for The Mention (fnnnlHhiMl oynton and 14 acres of murk Innd and M net out In ph.... There lire some vrap fruxtrem Will L' sore property ak Keptnn
: use. the tonnnt a III lat-allftweii one ....'.tif pine Innd sore with the hon..... 4 cm the place and the famous 1'alm pine> c, 5 suitable for pineapple or an xrnnimnwnt "
Ft ,; whatever frn4: there In ripe| nn the uretnlan acre of thin pine limit I.I already eel ont In Beach to:)' nnil Rock Head mn through. 5P*t land at Dt-lraj. (}oe' sad grove." to water traaBimMiiitiMprovlJea .
i ;) ..*. much HII be needs. fur hln owe II...... pineapple! the motor 'the|ilao.. nne-liilf.e..ol bearing pine. largtrenough. treat are bought.
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i t s If any person to whom, these presents: shall c: me is interested with any of .the bargains above ''proposed and

t can furnish spot cash we will make a reduction on the price sufficient to make it worth their while, otherwise easy ,

-r payments will be agreeable at the 'price mentioned. A: Please also bear in mind that this company' makes abstracts

(r ,t? insures property and negotiates loans- ,at. 8 and 10 per cent., '; ...


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