The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Seminole Hotel Property H. PIERRE BRANNING Dade County Attorneys

Is Being; .RemodeledSeveral Moving For Criminal, CourtAt ;''r

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weeks The Tropical Sun roomy addition for the latter purpose
ago a meeting of the Dade County Dar that the press be requested to lend every t +
'of the plans of Mr. Geo. Zapf to remodel will be constructed lii the rear of the
told the Seminole Hotel property at present building. Association held in Miami last Friday assistance in Informing the 'public on ,441 I 4

the southwest corner of Narcissus and A new' feature, and one that will be Committee Will Make Change In Plan ofVo..klng night, it was decided to Institute a moveat the subject. A committee of five, as 1 ,

streets, and at that time the appreciated in West Palm Beach, will bea once looking to the establishment of formerly suggested/ by Mr. Hinton, was 'i
Banyan \ Streets.New Council Gets also asked be draw
to to
appointed a
of the proprietor were briefly out- grill room. This feature Mr. Zapf says a Criminal Court of Record in Dade 'w
plans memorial to be presented to the
that be expects to make quite attractiveand county. AH of the members of the bar legUla"
lined. Down To Business ture, and that a primary be held to determine ,
The Tropical Sun was,yesterday! : given fully up to the standard of such residing in Miami .were present at the 'I' the candidates for the three
a more definite idea of the cbanges to be places In large cities meeting, and letters were read from W.
made and It was .owl.Jhat) the Improvements On the second floor, where is now I., Metcalf, Geo. G. Currie, and H. P. offices, these candidates to be recommended

will be much more elaborate located the office; reception1 rooms etc., The first regular: meeting of the newly Election officers, (8.00. Branning, of West Palm Beach, endorsing to the governor for appointment.Mr. .

than at first Intended. Work has already important changes will be made, which elected city council was held last evening ,M. E. Gruber, supplies, 2386. the move and stating that they Hudson also Introduced another F,

been commenced and Mr. Zapf was will give the Seminole an addition of when the following. members were R. O. Davies Pub. Co., printing,!14.84. deemed it a necessity. Judge Minor S. resolution that a committee of three, including -

found quite busy directing the force of fourteen sleeping rooms. The plumbing present: President Chillingworth; AtdermeDCreech. Water Company, hydrant rental, Jones, of thin judicial circuit, stated that Judge Jones, as chairman, address

'men engaged tearing away partitions of the entire building Is to be overhauledor : Sirkln Geer, Grant and *37.SO. the congested condition of the circuit the people by letter regarding the

and changing the,entire lower floor of renewed and every part of the house ,,Wellington, and Mayor Baker. Campbell & Monroe, hauling for sidewalk court docket emphasized the necessity necessity of the court.COMMITTEES ,

the building. All of tt.e"rouud floor will be thoroughly renovated and put in : A petition was received trom the City work, etc., $36,40.lIatcheU:1)aCamara for the establishment of a criminal. courtof APPOINTED J
of the corner room with the exception first class condition.The I Hardware Co., record. fffl
south I Improvement Association requesting! the ? ;
Mr. H. F. Atkinson who presided f
: of the three small store rooms at remodeling of theSeminolewhich council not to construct ,a sidewalk I supplies, fi 1,69. Senator Hudson offered a resolution over the meeting,has since announced ,
the extreme southern end of the build will\ perhaps cost several thousand dollars across the entrance to the park, for the Joe Moss, sidewalk work, 3015. that the sense of the meeting be to establish the appointment of the following com +

ing, will be used for hotel purposes The will give that hostelry a capacity reason that a walk would disfigure and I! W. M. Stuart, sewer work, $6 15. a criminal court of( record. He also mittees In to the resolutions j
approach to the atalrway and the room for taking care of t jo guests. Mr. Zapf detract from the beauty of,the park.The AS TO STREET; WORK. put forth a paper to be signed by each adopted by the.Bar Association: 'nl
.adjoining to the south will be made intoa could doubtless lease the house to good was granted.Geo. I' member of the Dade county bar which
petition Chairman Wellington, of the street Committee on address to the people of !
roomy lobby. with a stairway leadingup advantage after the Improvements have read In substance that undersigned
from the north aide. Adjoining the Seen completed, but he has decided to Zapf petitioned the board for a' committee, stated that he was in favor were favorable to the establishment of a Pade county-Hon. Minor S. Jones

,lobby will be a: reception: 'room', gentle- run it under hla'own personal management permit to erect kitchen in the rear of of changing the present system'of workIng criminal court of record and that they Hoo. A. E. Heyser and W. W. Erwln. +,

tmen's smoking room and cloak room. and says that he expects to make the Seminole Hotel, but' the communication the streets, and suggested: that the will not, directly or indirectly, counte- I Campaign committee Mitchell D.

The dining room la also to be located on the Seminole take Its rank aa one of the was returned to Mr. Zapf with the council authorize him to advertise for nance the candidacy of any person for Price, H. B. Saunders. G. A. Worley, O.

;the ground floor,'as'. Is_the kitchen A leading hostelries of the East Coast. Instructions that he secure the sigeatnres bids for a m'a'n to work full time on either offices of judge/ clerk or solicitor G. Currie and James T. Sanders. / .

.. of adjoining\ property owners, in complU streets, eight hours per day, furnishing of said court until it shall have been Committee to draft the bill to be presented
ance with ordinance. horse and wagon. He did not believe established. to the legislature: organizing the
good, and but very few are leaving or
Track-Laying On contemplating leaving. They have good J.E.IIardwicxwas, given permission\ one man,.with the aid ot prisoners! could It was then moved that a committee of court-Hon. P. M. Hudson, W. I. Met.

food, comfortable quarters and receive to sell fireworks during the Christmas keep the work up, bat as chairman be five be appointed to prepare petition to calf, C. C. Chillingworth, Robert R.
The Extension holidays. proposed to put in all the time he could Taylor and R. R. :Seymour. !
sufficient pay to make the positions worth put before the people of the county, and
M. E. Gruber was granted permit to spare looking after this work. and would.
holding on to. '
extend the corrugated Iron building make one man answer as long as posst

The work of layyIngthe track of theF. o Clematis avenue, occupied by 'W. I. ble, but would not allow 'the streets t Utnffer. RegisterAt 1 I registration roll? CODsl.1era.bly, though

E. C. Railway, extension: : in the keys Socialist Ticket Huffstetler, to *the alley south of the Thought that' the grass betweenthe Negroes the I i iatreased: !Dumber of new, namej '

avenue. sidewalk and street paving shoulc added will more than off-aet the same.
will be commenced this week, practically MiamiOut
sit of the other work, including the Herbert C. Davis, secretary of the Chairman SIrkin, of the finance committee be kept trimmed by city, as each property There are many who believe In a compulsory ;

laying of ties, having been completed on Socialist convention, has requested Hon.H. asked that he be allowed until owner paid a atreet lax.li to scavenger poll tux payment whether the !t

sit of the keys except Plantation. Key, Clay Crawford, secretary of state, to the next: : meeting to submit his I work he proposed to pay on I of the fifteen precincts of the party paying it votes or not, and the
where there is still some work to be certify to the different counties and to and estimates of receipts and expeudl-I basil of amount of work to be done, re fact that persons hold off, waiting on ,, I
done, the Miami Metropolis. the several congressional districts the tures. Granted. duciug expense) aa amount of work should county all but- one-Pompano-have others to pay the amount for them, Is a
says following nominees of the Socialist partyn Alderman Grant, the retiring: chair decrease. Alderman Wellington said made their report of registrations for evidence in support of this belief.-Miami

The track laying will co mmence on Florida to be placed on the official man' of the street committee reported that,! considering area :and, 'population,, the November election to Superintendent Metropolis.Dr. f'
Key Largo and cpntlnne on South from ballot to be voted at the next general that all of the sidewalks ordered constructed
on West Palm Beach f in all probability could Burteshaw. In but three of the
one key to the other. The rails are'uow election by council had been built except: : Andrew Sledd of the
: Jay claim to having more miles of paved president r
arriving.The about four hundred feet, and he thought precincts were registrations made, Miami
Railroad Commissioners C. Sill, streets than any city in the United University announced at the close of tI
trestle and pier building Is also W Clark Beach. that these would be put In at an early States and there must necessarily be a 'reporting 66, West Palm Beach 7,
progressing nicely.' At Long Key where For Justice of tne Supreme CourtWC. date. Reported that' tree had been great deal of work in connection ,with and Boynton I. Of the sixty-six: : registrations .. I exercises on Thursday afternoon that M a

the work Is considered the most difficult Green. I II' pruned and a great Many of the grass: keeping the streets up, but that with in the tenth precinct sixty-two the State Board of Education had established

seventeen concrete piers have alreadybeen I' For Member of Congress, First District plots on streets dressed _and put in good proper attention a great deal of time and were negroes. Those of West Palm I a scholarship to be known( aa t

built and others are under w.y. A -C. C. Alleu. I condition. i money could be saved. It was'the sense Beach and Boynton were white. "The Trustees Scholarship;' 'the faculty ,
total of between-three' hundred and fifty Second District-John T. McClellan.I Alderman Wellington/ the new chairman of the council,that he advertise for bids Mr. Burtesbaw is now at work revising I have established a scholarship to 'be ,+ ; i

and forty piera will be built at this place. Third District-T. B. Meeker. of street committee; reported that : as he suggested. the list and otherwise preparing it known as the "Faculty Scholarship,"
Up to a few days.ago,the
by the non arrival of certain machinery ever brought to to allow any sewer connections without ,MAYOR'S, SUGGESTIONS. In the next few days In revising thel f established a scholarship known as the. i
and supplies but 'these are nowon The largest pompano permit from committee. Mayor Baker offered several sngges- lists Mr. Burteshaw says that a )large "Gainesville Scholarship." Each of*

the ground and the engineers expect Fort Pierce was captured last Saturdayby Howard Alderman Grant, of rules and ordinance tions'' to the board aa follows number of persons,were found who had these scholarships are valued at f too.
CharICe'Revet.- "" ,
to make greater progress In the future* The committee, gave notice of his intention Model Land Cola' 'sewer main in alley not paid their poll ,taxes in four years. The Board of Control baa named the

Material being'rushed to the various and weighed twenty-two pounds.who had to'present to the board at next between Banyan and Althea streets, These have Been erased In all cases except : : two buildings of the UnIverslty"Thoma3 '" ,

operations as rapidly aa possible, and a It fish frozed was disposed In a cake to of R.ice Whyte at the, ice fac meeting an ordinance relating to scavenger which was'in'some places 'near' 15 feet where it is positively known that Hall' and "Buckman Hall." The J ''c

big showing will be made during the usually weigh' between work. under ground, was not provided with ,persons are property owners and tax: : students have settled down to business, r
next six: months. More laborers are be. tory. Potnpanoes I Alderman Geer 'o! tax and; license Y's for house connection. Council should payers Much of this neglect to pay and will help to make the present year
fug added rapidly and It Is expected: : that two and eight pounds.FortPierce : committee broulrht'np the matter of a devise! some plan along this line. poll taxes is due to parties holding off or one of the most successful to be recorded I '

several thousand wilt be at work along Tribune. class of merchants who come, to West On fern street between Olive and waiting for candidates to pay the same In the University.-Gainesville Sun. -

the route within the next: month or six: : The Commissioners of Brevard county Palm Beach every wluter and, ,reap the Poinsetta, some repairs should be made. for them as is usually done previous to The first year's business of the
weeks have refused to grant a liquor license in I cream of business without catry?'';g their Between: the'sidewalk and rock paving an election and where various parties St'i i
Lucie of
Ice Company, Fort Pierce,
The health of ,all the men continues Eau Gallic, burden of taxation: : bat no action was there were deep holea which should be have not already paid their polls.. The shows a profit of $4,000.' ,'
taken. attended to. stricture of these names will reduce the

The'clerk submitted\ a report he had Some repairs were needed on alley --

County Board of Educaton! compiled from the finance committee's between.:The Palms and Seminole Ho- Grand Brings ;
report submitted at }Tat meeting, show- tel blocks. Jury ;

I ; Ing thetdandlug of each fund, and the The council should Immediately prepare I
Held Regular Meeting YesterdayThe receipts and disbursements of each fund an ordinance relating to the storage Indictment Against Rhoden

for[ the past two years of dynamite in the city,.and such dangerous 1 .

Alderman Creech offered a resolution explosives should be- entirely /.
changing the meeting!: nights of the prohibited. -- "
asked for the establishment
board and -
County School Board held its before
board back to the former ICh Dlewhlch Ex-Mayor Whilldia had made an offer A number of indictments: were returned W. C. Overfield, forgery.
,regular } Miami I of a school at that place, the '
terday. monthly.meeting I In :yes- agreeing to provide. a lot and C every first and third Tuesday at 7:30: furnish the paint i repainting' by the grand jury in the circuit court I, E. Brooks. Frank Woolvlne, Sam t rf

patrons allowed p. m., instead of second and fourth Tues. the bandstand In the city park, also 'to yesterday.among which was one against Cary end Mollie) Ragan, grand larceny.
Mill business was opened by Mr. Par- : school building. The request, was days. The reason for this Is inasmuch furnish {I.nl.ter..for. .replacing 'several I.: K. Rhoden' for murder" In the first 1 The grand Jury Is still at work and

reporting that he had closed a contract annoyance .confusion: Is axed In the that were; missing from the said build- : degree. will probably bring: in their final presentments -

wr with theHatchett-DaCamara Co. ,Robert Anderson was made supervisorof.chool 'Pits : payment of monthly salaries and accounts. Ing. Council was advised to accept the Rhoden it will be remembered, killed today 4a i ', s
the plumbing Redland. and B.
cf school Nol: a, colored No. 25. The resolution was_adopted, offer and at once have the painting and ,one Tulle:Hodge at"belray a few weeks Besides the above business the following -
the, In the apt of|jo;,95.that firm being' Patrick supervisor, of school No., 26t,. and the meeting nights will hereafter be repairs m.de.at the same time repairing ago by a blow on the head with an axe orders were entered by judge Jones: nI'
lowest bidder for the work Homestead.' third Tuesday. ) the result of a previous quarrel. The State having decided that the -
Mr. the on. the first and all the benches in the, park. I handle Y1 _
Pennock reported\ that the,fence A, communication was ,read from The (following bills ware audited and The matter of appointing a city attor. I At the preliminary examination be was ch.rltcla the Indictment found by the '
to !
.from cat off the school yard at West Jupiter. atate auditor relative to county school and paidt ney and night policeman was brought t. (I held for investigation on a charge ofmanslaughter 'grand jury in the case of L.' N. Davis, is ?, _

pItted.> the railroad, track bad bem'! com boards,auditing treasurer's report advise the C. I.A., park; appropritlon.so.oo.Peed ,, the attention of the board by the mayor.H. I and released on bond In 'a misdemeanor,' it, it ordered that the
the secretary was directed to of Rhoden will be be sent down to the court i
of prisoners, $3.20. Pw BR.ANNIFG'PfPINT: D.I be aunt f t.ooo. now case county
; A commnalcatlon from F. C. Alcher I state auditor that his request will becompiled Meals for election officials, $4.00. aken.in .custody'..nd held ,a prisoner ,,for trial and that all witnesses) be recognized
; and"Geer
relative to a change In the nmt ?:of the. with by the board. On motion.of;. Aldermen Slrkln In term
4 W..w. jHendrickson ..special election awaiting trial.,on the ,serious charge to appear the next of the j __
ferry at West Jupiter,:and stating that superintendent. was directed, to officer'and fees for September, $6.00. H. jP< Branning was, appointed brought against,,hIm,by the grand Jury. said court, and* that the bond of the defendant ;'
1 the! ,contractor: his 'the of school No. 7. city attorney for the term sot pus I -v
was not living. up to notify principal The Tropical .Sun Pub. Co., printing, year Other.Indictments returned ;were as fol- be !:aed'at: f auo.' ,
tout ract In the' premise*, wan rea \:"'Mr.: colored,.that the property of lh. :school at a salary Of$,0 per month.. lows: T In the case of the Dade County Security ',
,'"nock was instructed to consult with must not be! used for any other purpose! : $21.00 Marshal Hendrtckaon reported the I and '
: : Office supplies, f 1.43- W..C. .Mackleymnd: Mollie, Omweg, Co. .'. Martha W, W. W. Front ,
the factor and\ have Mm' follow the\ ,The faculty. : of the .Miami !Klodergar* Lainhart & Potter,. material for llde reappointment of S.'A."Ba'rfield as nigh flying'In open adultery.. motion by, defendants to: open- up the ,'
.i rtgtnai mute oi' the ferry'M 'named In ten ww appointed M follows:,Principal" : '.. L officer subject to'the approval of the Charles Jenkins,.forging,and entering; final decree: herein, rendered;'It Is order. 1 S
k.. |tt. l Miss walks, $J93O. $- + board and askrd the board to take theo '
{ contract with the board. Miss Gertrude Falllgant'assistant;; plumbing, etc., / ajalwwriting. ed that the motion be granted and that tti
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; Wesley Smith, of Gomes, representing r: Anole ;willardi pianist Mile Jade, : (Continued on >Page. !) ills J. Smith crime against nature, the final decree be net aside. .
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,5 to their instructor( If you them, aud like many other [products of Beachcan -
SUN. respect Tne residents of West Palm :
this Island little attention ha* been I
would have them to reap the benefit which few
now erjoy a luxury very
have in
1t Pioneer Paper of Dado County Florida, given to shipping, what might
i =.. ,, ,., ..I, -., of the public school! the pout proven of great profit to Jamaica Florida' towns have, and that is ice

Published. Every Wednesday Saturday The Sun says : but you will find the same condition cream made from pure cream. Pr

aT W1OT PALM BKCH.DAPI OOUNTY, H.OBIC' The old school bell again chimes existing; in all of the Went India Islands, Did you ever skim the cream from s
aud it baa been left to the enterprising
out "com-e," and as we look forth pure rich milk and then add to the cream
a.oo PER YEAR foreigner to See the advantages
and see the groups of boys and girls ed by these (islands and make an Industry a little sugar and a little juice from.Vanilla

cs on their way to school, we note where the natives have been conteut beaes and then freeze rapidly till

Tropical Sun P&oHshlng Comp'yCHAS. some whose elastic step and cheerful to vegetate and live! In idleuesn. the mixture Is smooth and velvety fIt

B. KENDALL. Wanagen.Bntered faces are highly indicative of You are on the right track 111 Inarching was fine was it not ? And it ,did

the soul and mind, and all such your mangoes, and take my advice not taste like condensed milk and egg, The Great White LineTo
at the Poituffic of Went Palm Beach and do -ot attempt budding It stands
j as .econd-Ctaea matter will prove a blessing to themselves, to reason that budding Is let Inferior to and cornstarch custards which you get

'I their teachers and their 'school. marching! which I can readily prove to some times. Well if it did not cost so

WE CAN AFFORD TO BE FAIR. Their actions show their anxiety' any one should'they see tny choice trees cost so much to keep good cows, we owq' a BUCK'S Stove j-ange is to ap
will be of fine varieties both budded and inarched. the merits of this line
for work ; their lessons per- ; could all enjoy pure cream at home preciate many great
It is reported that in his Bran To better illustrate I will nay
fectly prepared ; their recitationswell every day, but all of us cannot afford it; The oven, with white enamel lining to doors
that I have budded trees three old
son speech, in answer to the ques- given, and they will attain to -the trees being planted one years yeai before however! there is a business firm in town arid' racks is the rrost( sanitary feature\'\ tr\o\

tion, "How about taxing land In that round on the ladder of fame receiving (the bud) and marched which has the rich pure cream sent world It as easy to wash'off' and'keep cleanas

one part of the State to drain and learning called success. They trees not two years old that have far down on Ice regularly from fie: "Bilt- .
will all outgrown the budded trees, and the inarcned a china dish
another?" Governor Broward replied master knotty problemsnot more" farm In North Carolina and It Is "
school In life. trees were Inarched from the
that constitutional amend. only in but They bamboo pots and then planted, small\ as for sale every day at the store of Hatchett'DaCaaiara Hardware Co
will not punishing in orderto MOORE
require BROADWELL & ,
ment did not contemplate any such they were. I will repeat that Iual.eking
teach them them the necessityof Druggists, Jefferson Block, West Palm ,
injustice, says the. Gainesville Sun. is the only successful way to propigate .l19holsale Retailers of
their lessons. They and Beach, Florida.
getting the mango satisfactorily as they
that the Govern.
It is also reported
study because they love to ; are in- have found it the only successful method HARDWAREWest
or expressed his regret at not having in the East Indies, it applies with equal Notice. X X
industrious andenergetic from Palm Beach, :r X :" C Florida
'+ a copy of the amendment with force to the West Indies, and' r should Notice .la hereby given that by virtue of n
principle ; their life will be a suc final diicrca IU the 'Clrcult Untnt of Dade
him, so as to have made his reply to consider the same argument will applyto County .'Florida, til a cnimu heroin Eunice .L1 --""' a 1 ".j _

his fellow citizens more complete.We cess. Florida. A. Chlilingaworth et al. are complainant
Followingcouies another group and purer W King et 01', are rrnpundentri, Iehaliofforfor
do not I believe that! (xovetnorBrowarJ of boys whose lagging steps and The Fort Myeru. Press publishes* a.. tale before the front door of ooooooooooo I o00oooo00ooo.nUltKUAUJ'l"S .
thus misrepresented the tun Court Iloum of Dildo County at Miami,
sullen faces show that the sound of paragraph, which indicates: that ,Iorlda'slgreat Florlda..batwere the hours of 11 o'clock a. west Palm Delicia Sept I
matter. The constitutional amendment bell their saurian la in danger of ultimate III.and 13: o'clockp. m., on the Oth day of
} does contemplate the taxing the grated harshly upon extinction. It says: "Bill Brown I November. A. 1)1006 the following (iloirerlbml -
of one' section of the State for ears* These boys) will prove unruly, brought in from the Everglades this land located lu Dado County. Florida- Be
unkind! and, unlike the other class week the greatest number of alligator gluing at a point on the Section line between NOT1ETo
draining another. In fact, it con- Hertlonn: Twenty One (21)) and Twenty
named:! will take but little interest; hides that he has ever handled in one Two ((22):!). Threo Hundred cud Seventy (8TO)
all kinds
(; templates and provides for in their work, and at the end of the" trip. Uis. load consisted of 1,037 {ator ,iietNoitb of the Sontliwvpt corner of Lot
a of extravagant situations, and gives hides and 950 'gator feet. Dill sold his Three (8)) SectIon Twenty Two ((22), Township ,
t to the people of Florida no redress. year, in spite of % teacher's earnest hides to R. A. Henderson for fSjo, This Forty. Five(45)( ) South of Itangtt Forty those who have been waiting for them. Arrived '
TUrw ((41ElletDnd) at the Xprthweat cor
t efforts in their behalf will be butlittle
Under the provisions of that amend- shows that there are a few 'gators still\ ner of the tract deeded by" Cecil Upton to today, another lot of
farther advanced than In the left in the 'glades, but how long the Louis Urlflln: thence Eimt along the North
,, ment, were it to pass, the drainagecommissioners beginning.We crop will last at this rate may be con- boundary of eats tract Fourteen Huadredand!
which are virtually Fifty Two <1BJ: > root to the water' edge of
.It be and
lectured. may yet necessary JELLY GLASSES
need not what the result
Worth the wnter'aedge
his city Lake ;Thence North along
the Governor and members of profitable to establish alligator\ farms to
ay -will be in the latter but to Three Hundred and Thirty (U8O)' fee
cabinent, could levy taxes within a case meet the demand for 'gator hides. to; a point near the nhoret. thence Went Four- 30 Cents Per Dozen
prescribed district in Escambla these' boys' parents we wish to say, teas: Hundred Two and Oiio-llulf ((140U5))
to cultivate In their minds a foot clung the South Boundary of the- land
county in order to raise money fur try Ivedud by Cecil Dutoii to Npah H Hall to the There is only one barrell of'them, they may not

draining the Everglades, for it 'love for the school and school work. Section Line butneen Hectlona Twenty One last long and you may, be disappointed if you,
See to it that they are in school (21)end Twenty Two (22))|thence South on
gives to the drainage commissionthe Stock mild. Section Line Three Hundred and Thirty wait too long Better be prompt if you want some

right to set aside any section of everyday ; that their report "rdlfshow ((9QO) foot to the pobtntb"'KnnnrcoutiiIuIng! [ of them.
a good grade or know why Ton ((10)) acres and Seventy ((701| pereheemoroorleas'exclusive
the State or the whole State for of the riant of Way of '
I such is not the case. In other words'see L. W. BURKH RDT
that matter, and levy a tax not to the Florida East Coast Hallway, together GROCERIES
if you can't control your boy Profits wIth all rlparlnn: rights acquired either Inequity
exceed ten cents per unnum per or at law. PLEASE REMEMBER-That if there is anything that is nice we have itO'OO.OObi0.0.o'O1'0.o0.OoO.O'O'oOoo
and not depend on the teacher to i A. E. HBYSER,
aero. "f ..Ittl Master
do it.
That is why there Is such univer- can be greatly increased by giving j -
sal opposition to this amendment A correspondent of the Tallahasesee special care to the health of every NOTICE TUB TOWN OF ., .<- ,,' .., .- ... '-. ,. ...
animal and fowl on the farm. ., --- .. ." ,, -, .. ,
through: the State. It takes Sun protests against the use of DELRAY.

from the people of Florida< their I the name of General Robert E. Leeas horses Sick,poultry etc., depend;sheep on cattle their, hogs liver, election To the District qualified'of_voters Dade County of the, Fla.Fifth: We are after Your Furniture BusinessTO

rights and transfers them to aboard an advertising "catch-line" in a to keep them well At a meeting of the citizens and taxpayers -

ill which the Governor of the Stateis liniment ad\ertisetnent. Ile -says : of Delray Florida held this fifth
day of October 1906 it was decided to MEET most earnest needs
we are
at the head. There.could be no "It is unwarranted, and a desecration submit the question of the Incorporation your

appeal from the decision or action of a name that is a symbol of BlackDraughtStock I of voters the Town of the of Fifth Delray Election to the District qualified of PREPARED TO GIVE YOU ,A LINE

of this board. The legislature perfect citizenship of. purity of Dade County at the next regular election -

would be powerless to represent the character and of noble purpose. It and Poultry to be held Tuesday November 6tb of goods to select 11'0717which is second to

people of Florida in the matter, Is one that a sense of common pro- 1906. J. S SUN DY none in the State when it comes to

'y, and the Governor and those of his priety should protect against suchprofl.na Medicinekeeps J. B RICE
cabinet who would be members of lon., but if such sense is their livers working and Citizens'F. E. FENNO Committee Quality. '

the board would levy the taxes, lacking,: public sentiment should therefore keeps them wet!.
collect the and disburse it Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Notice. Prices and
money impress by emphatic expression of Mealdne It a pure natural,
without the slightest right on the itJ disapproval and In such termsas vegetable blood purifier and acts Notice is hereby given that six months

in by regulating tat stomach, liver after date of this notice,we shall present l ,
of delegated authority
part any to compel the withdrawal of all and .0...... Fair Dealing
this State to either supervise or such, objectionable lines for all It prevents and cures Hog ClIo, oar accounts for final settlement and
era, Chicken Cholera Colic DIs- apply for our discharge as executors of c7
restrict their actions.
time. We have not yet reached the temper Coughs Colds. Constipation All kinds House
the estate apd last will and testament ,e of
i If draining the Everglades is a point in commercialism that we are Fever, Loss of Appetite,
Wasting Away, and oil the color of John H. Brelsfotd, deceased, to the 'e' ,. ? Furnrshings, from the
good thing, why not have it accomplished willing to use, or to allow to be
men stock diseases. County Judge at Miami, Dade County; vestibule curtain rod

in a business-like way? used, the name of Any of our heroesas It la a perfect medicine for general Florida. Dated.June; 301 h, 1906> d 1' % on front door through
farm use. Try It.
Why create a political machine a trade Shibboleth." E. M. Brelsford the entire house to the

/ which would be allpowerful: ? The Mary C. Brelsford.
complete outfit for
1 r Sun does not think that the people It is announced:: that the United States Price 25c for a large cant'at NOTICE. t your backyard
of Florida will vote to transfer Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.. has all druggist and dealers In Count} Judge's Court, Probate Jurisdiction laundry ,

their rights to a party of five or six been instructed by the General Land Dade County. State of Florida.Iu .

R men without placing some restrictions Office at Washington, D. C., to establish the matter of the Estate of) McGiNLEY BROTHERS COMP'Y.'
a new forest reserve in Florida to be Patience P. Ward deceased.)
about them. known as the Anastasia forest reserve. Notice is hereby given that ou the
The proposed 'amendment placestoo The tract of land to be reserved is located FOR SALEMy seventh day of January A. D. 1907I In Their New Store Opposite Masonic
shall present accounts for final
my set
much authority in the hands of on Anastasia Island between the tlement and apply for my discharge Tempi

it is dan- Matanzas river and the Atlantic ocean, as executrix of the Estate and of the _. .. ,
i few. For this reason place here known as "CERES: : h" -- '" ''' ,
a .
53 ., .
near St. Augustine. It comprises sever Last Will and Testament of Patience : :: : .;: .. ::. ::. .: .: : :
A law of this character acres railroad runs through It; fronts on
gerous. al thousand ncres. e P. Ward, deceased to the County
would be dangerous even if it came Loxahatchee river opposite railroad station Judge at Mlam Dade County,.Florida.. .
The Fort Pierce Nf says that it is ; six room dwelling, two room pick Dated June 301 h: A. D. 1906Victoria CITY MEAT '
upon the statute books of the State both old of land Adelaide Root. MARKET
rumored that a company will soon be ing house ; most cleared -

by legislative enactment. But to organized la that town to put in a complete ;five acres pineapples In fine c< edition Executrix tut: of :Patience of the Last P. Ward Will, deceased.and Testam T. A. PEASTER: Proprietor

such law into the electric fertilized and good for ates
incorporate a lighting plant. 1,000 H. Pierre Brannlna
Florida add Western.' Meats Game and Eggs.
constitution is fraught with even next season; price$3,000. Will excl inge ttorney for Executrix.! Poultry,

more danger. Mango CultureIn for West Palm Beach or Miami imp oved Mail Order Receive Careful Attention ,

,t 3 '\100t Uncles property. Jofforbon Block WEST PALM BEACH


Under the caption of"Our School Mr. J. B. Beach tLe wet ,a DOwn nur JUPITER FL/

-One Class ve. Another," the ryuian, has received the following letter ,

' Gainesville Sun prints an editorial from the manager of the Forbroolc Plan. '

t', that is timely and applies not only I tattoo, at Constant Spring, Jamaica, FOWLER BROS. West :Palm Beach
West Indies, which Rives tome valuable J
T schools but to \Vest ?
to Gainesville ,
Information relative to the cultivation of

' Palm Beach. the mango; MACHINE SHOP 11 :Tffansfet Company

? There has been in West?JPalm I can assure you that. little or no bud. ..
Beach, as in other dliee.a tendency ding iltever done in Jamaica- and inarch- ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK B. F. CARTER
ill the to this Manager
log only way reproduce
s to take the boys and girls out of
I fruit; we do some budding but only whenwe GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR z Stables and Yards Banyan Street Near PoinaettaHorses
school during the "busy season, lave trees (seedlinKs) that are several ,

as it is termed, and here as elsewhere years planted mid wish to change SALE \Ve'reVaiUng for Youto

it is too often the case that the variety but budded tre a never make Near Ferry Landing, lake. Front, : 'Z
the vigorous growth and they are In varl. to COllie tn.nd have a talk with us about '
the tales of woe recited to the WEST: PALM BEACH, RULIAULR STABLES
banking. Not that
t bly dwarfed; I might say the same thing we want you to
parents about this, that or the other with inarched tree that they never make learn the business, but because we wantto t

trouble at school are listened to and the fine large trees that seedlings do J. B. McGINLEY do business, and with with increased you. facilities We're prospering for : .

.f heeded, with the result .that the but'thie makes little difference after all. aring for business want you to '..

i boy or girl is vindicated by the I strongly; recommend extra long joints Prosuer With Us. and tftfiages
when inarching, for the reason the Funeral Director .
y parent and the teacher bears the V ,
blame. scion grows more vigorously and makes: Banking with us doesn't mean "get- For, hire by the hour, day,' week:or .month. Freight unloadedand
a tree of some size in a barter time. -and- tich-quick," but a steady, healthful
f N Keep :your :Jboys and gills in Jamaica, as you !know, is the ideal home growth of wealth. delivered Special facilities for ; moving heavy freight.

to if school every day of the term, and- 01 the mango; it grows wild, all over the EmbalmorBoth Anything in the bankln 'llne can be Omnibus and Stylish Carriage .1ee every' train. Baggage i;
island and, strange to relate the major. safely done through us. Will be pleased) .
understand that matterunpleasant
pt them: no It1 of these wild trees are of the poorest licensed by the State to embalm Lo.ee you transferred. J. All l orders...receive ,p orP''attention.
or undesirable the
quality one can imagine. DADE COUNTY STATE BANKWest
and bodies I for
prepare !:! shipment heave, Orders Carriag ea
fpr'Our :
duties [may be they must Mangoes.are so plentiful during their ,

best of it. Teach them 1 lesson that the ,negroes actually live on Lady assistant, Palm Beach., Florida.,


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Of ive counties for the purpose of hulldlng I ""' ''' '' '
Would Cut PROFESSIONAL CARDS. '''' ''''' t'-i'
and IhiprovinK macadamized and other ._ .
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hard surface highways la said counties. LAW. $
The Fat Fees "Second-Tbat these resolutions be

printed In the public press of our city, Q O. CHIJLLINOWOKTU seH00L ;
and tbat the newspapers throughout ]:?
movement has been started In Tanipo -
A Florida he requested to copy the same, ATTORNEY AND CUUf/S LLOR

which, lilt become widespread over and that other Boards of Couuty Com Went Palm Ileacli, Fla.ntso. .

tlie State, will prove!!. the most exciting missioners be requested to take similar DRESSES HND WRIST i

issue of the Dest legislature of Florida. action In their respective countiea o. CUHKIK
"Third-That a of these resolutions _
of the Board of County
At a Attorney and CouoeelloratLawWEST
be forwarded to the Honorable
Commissioners of Hillnborough couuty, Napoleon B Browi.rd governor of the PALM BEACH, FLORIDA $

held day belora yesterday, a member, J- State "f Florida, and that he be requested "
Stack Towne offered, a proposition to fin i to deal with this question in bis forth TT P. UKANNINO. Bl1 J $

a limit on the remuneration to be received coming message'to the legislature, Attorney. and Counsellor-tit-Law. rc." ;rc. ;rc. 1R 1rc. 1il%! V" rc.", 1rc.ar, R" ;rc. ;rc." 1

by 'the possessor of the most
lucrative offices in all counties of the MOTHERS (Oulce over Bank.) $
State of over aoooo. TbU )I" going to Who would keep their children iu -

cause a bigger row In Florida than the good health, should 'watchfor the first at the beginning of het $

drainage of the Everglades. symptoms of worms, and remove them .

prospective There'll be circuit 9 howl clerks from, county present treasurers and children's with White's best Cream tonic.Vernufuge.It gets digestion It Is the II U. HOOO.M. 0, JUST Term of, School your i

couuty solicitors( tax: : assessors lit work so that their food does them PHYSlCHH AND SURGEON

and Collectors\ and clerks of criminal good and they {grow( up healthy and Office over Potter's bloycle utore, WEST and Girls will need a-

courts that will reverberate from Pensa- strong. Sold l hy A. G. Rlegel. PALM DCA.CU. ICeHlilonce near Royal _
cola to Key West and trotn tbe placid Polnclana; Hotel, PALM BEACH. ._12-1 $
i full supply of new waists and
of the St. Mary's to the wave- '.
bomm King potato may have a rival at Hastings
!I. POTTUK: M. !>.,
lapprd sands of the BOHlhcrnmont bay. this season in the strawberry au4 R. $
will make the uexl 8-aiT-Oa FLA. dresses. The materials mentioned
Tbe proposition eventually may be deposed as thlslucieus : WEST PALM BEACH.. .

legislature a storm center. and will\ send fruit will be planted on a large scale if DENTAL

to Tallahassee probably tbe loudest and th* first experiment proves the succesb below are most serviceable:

the liveliest lobby that baa eyer astiault- that la predicted.
ed the buttonholes of rural "statesmen." IHt.IL II.MACY DR.,)'. N. NEWMAN

Every man who holds one of these A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS Drs. MACY & NEWMAN Ginghams 1 OclfJ l-2o } Percales 121-1e,15a

offices and every man who wants one ol DENTISTS/ .
12 l-2c 1 Colored Linens 2oC,35o
them will at once constitute himself a Is Mrs. Alexander, of Gary, Me., who Chambrays We
has found Or. King's New Life Pills to Office in Jefferson Block
committee of one to grasp the Towue .
resolution by Its tender throat end be tbe best remedy she ever tried for ..

squeeze the life out of it. keeping the Stomach, Liver and Bowels

It Is a question tohich' U apt to become in perfect order. You'll agree;( with her :DU.) J.. E. LIDDY
If you try these painless purifiers that 1
a Slate-wide Issue very vhortlyand. one Dentist 1 [4.rc.
consider. It admits la fuse pew life. Guaranteed. by all druggists "t3rc. t1 I1 rc. ," 1t .::1
that the people muit Olllco. Flut door went ot Dade County State ; rc. t( ;rc. ; ; ,
of a great' deal of discussion-and !it t"wlll 'Price ajc -. Ilanlc .

doubtless get all the discussion that is 'WEST TALSt BtfACH.!: 'FLOBDAMONBY .

coming to it. The Towne resolution, John N. C Stockton was last week }'
passed by the HllUborough commission awarded b> the board of public works

era, may be considered as the official of Jacksonville, the contract for laying YOU HAVE PROPERTY i THAT N I
you want to Improve and need money
warning of the' aoproachlog tempest. It I'182,606 square yards of brick paving. at to do It with apply to Oeo. G. Cuirie, J':!

I In calculated', before It 'finally l landl, at i a price aveiaglng a fraction over {[.60 West!: 'Palm .Beach, _- $ $

'the State capitol, to blow through a per square yard. HEM unit \VEST PALM LHDIES' OUCF.ICCERSWEST .

number of court'houses" and the office MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION

thereof, creating,something like a panic, IS THE. MOON INHABITED; : ? GEO. HASLEHURST & SON $ FLA.rjYpur $

;la a few days now we will begin to hear Science has proven that the moon baa PALM BEACH .
of the leaves and the first Contractors and Builders ,, :\),
tbe rustling ,
hlch makes li( in "", \ ,
falut rutubllmxs'of i tufe impending thunder an atmosphere! } t some J ,. "
form passible: on that satellite; hut not p o. BOX 304 '
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MR. TOWJ'il'* 'S_SCH DTLE. for human. beings, who have., a hard ,

Mr. Towoe's schedule is thug told in enough time on this earth of ours, espec

part by himself: Tally.those who don't know that Electric FloridaEast Coast Railway

"The clerk of the circuit court will receive B-tiers cure Headache Biliousness, Mat Jady Friends Are Clothes-Crjtici

3,600 per annum, and all excess laria Chills and Fever Jaundice, Pya Local Time Card No. 7. In Effect September 16, 1906. -,

fees of the offices as DOW charged, shall pepsla, Dizziness, Torpid Liver Kidney' SOUTHBOUND-ROAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

go into the road fund, as specified by tbe Complaints General Debility and Female
resolntiorj; the fees of the oounty solicitor weaknesses. Unequalled as a.general \.<. 110.111I Dal" BT TIONS. 110.0.11a 78

in excess of $2,000 per annum, of the Tonic and Appetizer for weak )persons : CIOpm L..1.. ok.onvllle................Ar 2lIpmS
OIpm ............ 80utIl JaeluoDvlUe..L. 7 IHpm
county treasurer, in excess of {2,000; of and especially for the agedv, It s.Jp", ... ...............BC, Augu.tln................. .. II Il1pm
sound 7 IISp,,, ..................H..tlnga.. ................. .. a B4pmII
Induces sleep. Fully guaranteed
the sheriff In excess of |4ooo( and of OIIp'" .. ................E08t P..laLk.. ................ .. a 20 mII
,the assessor, in excess ot {2,500, all to be by all Druggists Price only 500. asp... ................... '.. ................... fi6pm II 05&Ia ..
748pra .................... ........ ...... ......Ar a 411 m ellfi&".
treated in like manner."I IIt6p", ............ ................. Mateo......... .......L. ..... ....... _
make this schedule in view of tbe Joseph E. Lee, tbe colored politic ian, ............ 1I1 m .................. .........::.... .. l12fiprn .............
received the of the gives it out in the Jacksonville Metropolis II O pm 12 I'Jpna_ ................... .. ...................Ar 4 SIIpm 1BBa.\ ..
pay by' judiciary II Hpm 12 topm .. ...................Dupont................... .. 42ipm: II _..
State. The supreme court judges receive that there will be no Republican. II 4 pm 118pm .. ..................Ormond .................. .. I fi pm IlIIOaDt100'lpm
candidates in Florida this t 24pm .. ..................Daytol1a.................. .. S 4fipm .4tJam
{3,000, the judge of the circuit court year. 10 18p.. t S6pm .. ................l'orl Orange................ .. 186pm .87...
and the of the criminal 10 Bi'>jtm 100prn Ar./e./ Bmyrn................... .. Ilipm .llIam1110&m
{2,750, judges 44pm Ir ............... e 18100................ v t OOpm 0 IIpm
court{1,000. I consider that a man will HUMAN BLOOD MARKS. 11 28..m. &IIpm .. ...............Orol1ga City................ .. a 1I0pm Wpm
'be amply paid in the office of clerk of .1140&m a 00 m .. ..........Or..ngeCltyJuDctlon........... .. U 46pm OllOp"l

the circuit-court: when he receives {3,600 A tale of horror the was told by marks of l :: s :: .l::;::::::::::::;:: :Tt t'. ::::::::::::::::L: : & : :: I
renders.. I realize the human blood in home of J. W. Williams It OIpm 8 t6pm .................. ................... .. 2 Ofipm lOO.mIt
for ices he
the ert a well known merchant of Bae, rO.m Opm .................. ..................SLv 11 fi6am OlOpmII
responsibility of the office is large,'but 80prn 11116.m Lv .................. .................. a Opm 11IOam
tbe labor being clerical work U has a Ky. He writes: "Twenty years ago I I 11 O1pm 8 UJpm .... ...... ........ .. .................. .. 206pm S OO.m
; bad severe hemorrhages ,of tbe lungs, 12 81am 861pm .. ....................Cocoa ...................L. 1 Ipm 2220m
value, and a market value 'not in excesaof and was near death when I began taking 1 :::: : &:: :. ::::::::::::::::: kJ'Ifi:::::::::::::::::: : 1 :i&&:: f :=

{300 per month., New It completely ( 11:1am: 4 SOpm .. .................M8Ibouros................. .. 12 B7pm t 87.m
"I mention the assessor in like Dr. King's Discovery. .. 1 6am a IOpm ................. !!ebaoU'1b ................. .. 11 62am 12 fiB.m
may cured me and I have remained well :I 411&m II OOpm .. ..................Ht. Lucie.......... ........ .. 10 fiB..m 12 (JOn"S
manner, except be would become most tlam); Olfipm .. .................Fort Pierce................. .. 10 _m 11 &IIpmS
ever since."- It cures Hemorrhages, BOam II S7pm II ...................1.lbbalt..............;.... .. 10 17am It 19pm
efficient in his work and unbiased in his Settled Colds and Bronchitis 8 lI am II 4tpm II ....................Eden.................... .. 101iaDl: 1116pm840"m
Chronic Coughs, 6 46pm .. ..................:Jol1.eo................... .. 10 OH.m 11 Wpm
decisions when he marks values on and Is 'the .only known cure 'for MOST'women are.- When you're In their' society your personal S al.m 607pm ... ................... tuart.................... .. 1000aDl 10 Wpm
property that the county',commissioners. comes under close Scrutiny.l Therefore attire _m 28pm ................Hobe>!ounol ................. .. 9 M8D1 102lpm.40a"
Weak Lungs. Every bottle guaranteed 7401>11I .. ................WeNtJuptter................ .. 91S8m 10Wpm610.m
will from time to time be able to make self beyond reproach by having your'wardrobe made to your own S Jllpm II' _............Welt J'alm 1I..b.. ........... .. 846am II IOpma
tbeir: by all Druggists. SOC and {i.oo. Trial measures and spocial! order.. by 4S..m. 841pm .. ..................lIoyotoo .................. .. S 206m 90lpm663am
assessments from. !jottles free.Mrs. __ .... 8110pm ... ................ ...D6Iray................... .. Sl2am 8 Opm84HIlm
modsanitary the 9401>m ..............1'0.' I.au Their In New York and 'Frisco S9pmII
SHERIFFS. THE a7am 1147pm ....................1>""1...................... .. 719&m 7 &Opm
I admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothes 7 Olam! /\IIprn/ .. .................118I1aodale................. .. 7 Wam 7 Sllpm
"As to the sheriff of the various counties Hettle Aubtin has sold her ao to order for men thousands of miles away has attained a degree of 7 SHam to 20pm .. ................ Lemoll UHy.... ........... .. II 48am 7 I4pna78O&m
I consider the occupation hazard from the time 1080p .....................) .................. 686.m 706pm800..m
acre grove aad 70 acres of wild laud perfection never before dreamed of. In a few days .......... .. ................. ................... ............ 800pm1080.m
ous, aod would, therefore, suggest (bat east of town, to J. W Coleman and William you select the cloth and the style you.-wish, your suit or overcoat is .......... .. Lvi..., ............11ome.t..a all fees in:excess of4ooo.be.pald over\: Lack/ from Taylor-on your back I 5"-; m
N. Fields 'of Lexington, Ky; consideration I
Buffet Parlor Car*on tralni 20 and 78. Buffet Sleeping Cart. on trains 90 and OS.t .
to the road fund. As to the'. treasurers $10,000. This is one; of tbe \..TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL HIS TAILORING, Dally exoeptHunilay.PENINSULAR !:! .
of (fhe various'countles of the State, {2ooo ,- finest grove properties in this section. No.17 -
We show samples and take measures
1141.23 No.2'
Is ample salary for the amount of The sale was made by J. .L. Nuckols.PeLand .- I Bund., Bund.y Ne.19D.lly 0.11, E.cept MAYPORT BRANC". No.8 D.Uy Buad.No.20, Ne.22 D.II,
work attached to their office.. As to the News. Only Onl, Sund.y Only
solicitors, I might say to pay them In FINE LINE GENTS' FURNISHINGS S oopm 10 lOam 610pm 900am L..J8clcoonvllJe..A... 7 "'am 121Oprn! II 8Op"-,
2 OIII.m to tHam II ISpm 9 OHam .....SOuth Jack.oovlll... ....Lv 787..m. 1l22prn: a 2'Jpm240pm
excess of what the State pays her attorneys CURES CIHLLS. AND FEVER.G. 10 OOtom 6110pm 98""m .... ........P.blo lIe..oh........ .. 7 ''lI"m 1\ t>om 400pml4ipm
me'looks : 10ll6am 6 pm II "'am .......AII.lltic Jleacb....... .. 7 OOam 11 4nam 44nptrl'
to ridiculous. DO
; "I. GO 8 001>m t110.m 7 10pm 10 ((100m Ar..M.yport..........Lv 8 4 am t1 800m ..jIOpm
The"Plllaborougb County Commission W. Wirt,Nacogdocb.es, Texas, says: .

ers unanimously endorsed Mr. Towne's 'His daughter had chilla and fever for AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI..',"
proposition and passed the following three years he could ont find anything flerchant: Tailor, West Palm Beach. Fla. 1
resolutions: hat ;would help her till\ he used Herb- Close: Connection Made at Miami with Sleamshlpg ol be P. &: 0. S. S. Company
Havana and
tie.Hit! wife will not keep house with Key
"Whereas, It Is believed that some of ..
the officers of IIi "borough couu out it, and cannot say too much for it.' SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND ," "
county G. G t i\ IT MIAMI TneiKlay Saturday.11 40pm L. R A VA N .........Thoroll.Y&, 01...I (100'11
A. Rlegel Mangoes.
ty and other counties in the State of 5oc. Sold by > Mulgoba Ar KBV w'F./OT..Wedl1t1811aY.l/ Hundaji.. 1 (HpmLT ) Ar KEY Wii-t'r.(; ....Tharaday........ 8 Sopm
KEY WEST..Wednendaye........ 8 oopm LT KKYWtST. ,Monday. .
Florida are receiving in fees, as the proceeds Palms Ar HAVANA.........Tbnriday. ......... 9 loam MIAMI. ....Frl TburwUjrj of said offices from {15,000 to |l3.ooo .- John D. Sims, former tax collector of Largest; Collection of Crotons In the United States. Phyllanthus -
eta. All Pull Line Of CitrUS Stock Additional Sailing* between Key West and Jlavaaa..
per annum; and Fasco: county has been convicted of emezztementof pot grown.
funds In circuit 'grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address L.XBTW1E8T..Monday., Frldayi.... 810pm I IAt LT HAVANA..Tn rtar..S!"tm<5By.. OOnfBAr.
"Whereas in the
The road funds respective > county HAVANA..Tae lfty., Saturday. .... II 80am | kBY w EII't.Taood..y .lIatu: aJ... StOpmTralna
countiea where these offices are court at Dade City and sentenced by JOHN B BEACH, West Palm Beach Florida
Passengers at Ship' .Side. No rTrans'e _.. ,
Discharge : f ) -j i '
paying the largest sums are utterly\ depleted 'udge Wall to two years la the penltenlary. -

and in bankrupt condition fand, Then*Tina Tables allow the tlmm at which trains mar(>. espaeted arrtvoat afltj depart
iLl WILSON Geo. S. Hacker & Son from tbe.ereral. ttatlone, but their arrival or departure at tlx. times itated la-not vnaranieeilnor .
"Whereas It is believed that the pres- A* 1>this Company to ba held reaponalble for any deiaye or any cooeequnnoea. arlalug therefrotn.

eat officers, or others just as competent, DEVIL'S ISLAND TORTUREs For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD'or Other Inforrnatloa'' '
would gladly accept tbe Bald offices on a I MAMUITACXUBBR: : Of : "",
no worse than tbe terrible!case of files SEE THE TJCKETIJ.iOSNTu"-. ; ;
'lair and 'and '
sis byreason
reasonable salary b that afflicted me jo-years. Then I was r 5 Oen'l Pass. :; "Ml sTJiiE .J.t:
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of the said change inuuy bun Bucklen's Arnica Salve 'Boots and. Shoes D.RAHNERAsst. dr., ... ",." .f.,
advised to apply
dreds of' thousands of dollars saved an.. cured .. ." d.H ,tS,., ,
nually to the tax payers of Florida; ..and less than a box permanently Repairing In All Kinds of Leaiter /. .' .. ,- .., '" ?,.<) hi. r. .'?
of Ky
me, writes L. S. Napier, Ragles, '
"Mow therefore tbe County Commlsloners .Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like : Good, .* Neally **Done.F '1 W l ret lid .,1,. .illliiK'l .l I .'// ."1 all '

;. of Hlllsborough'county, Florida, magic. 350 at all druggists. y y* .. .......+........ ... ................ ....
lo session assembled having regard for d"d"B Bncislinand .'.1,) J,.. /, ... .., d "!JQI-.d IU41.' Ib,:

,tht best Interests' of tbe tax -payers of Indi n Tamed _. a 't.1,1YIS :& 1VI.IliI1E 1 h I"I.:!>I! lilt

our couuty do,resolve as follows: '(,d, J It-. "" jj" i:':' "d') :
"First-Thai the Senator and 'mem Winter Home Site Homliue Shoe it{ 'rI :W r"a ,

, 'bers ofjhe legislature from HIHaborough.county I. t A .. MANUFACTURERS j OP t BJi\.Po". mt :t d.' ,..I ,, gJgM ;. :

.test are hereby"requested to use their FOR 'l'1tNDER> P'EBT' i Doors;.SashV'Blinds uo ) ladl XU'' ,'oob .IJO eshP..6in: 1 :rnl"'! .91.1u,i) \ MJJt .>;Si JUOoVJt :
efforts-at the coming session of the 'too'feet fronting on lake, near town : '4. slull rni
.aw 1 ,"IGo: aofn lJI )aE:1 l i .l'-nJ;, ir'War1r' t a inn: :
:General Assembly oC Florida to have 1,350 feet 'deep. Js crowed bv OlUe Oll.e St. Nor U ot J*,w: Jefferton Blo< : J1"LJtZ& .' ; .., ,
,toe. l.tnt/AlII ooQ
t take. : ,, / 'I" CJ Dill"" a ( (l1 : 1..l .fq / aJ.
:eaacte] a general!: law by which it .1 all street 730 feet from tank : 1 : oIJ.:1I Manufaotur& o OOISrR' Sp dial tV"':>4ln It .b;
. ;be provided in countiea'whose dwelling\ ; wind mill and place :.is ...--AND-! :, I ?;
that officers
pined and partly arranged for"lrrlgatouwith :; For. Sale. .nod JO' 'IJ1iI ow, .'"'''' fln! 'I aallu.1J1 'Io d.ulnodJ a ,,:t .'{.. edl (:
population exceeded 20,000 at the atandpipes; newer pipe into lake; .. Building Material* : FreJghfPMdtOnetWaY1: :. mJa.U.Ou\loof..lrown. 01'de ., '0"I
.' [last State census. shall be put on' a fair complete bath room fixture, with hot ra Rrassha1.baled.. Applf to '. I abtb m IeiVr l>ooW \ l l-.me? nl by < uo t lo Jli:{
. >,and reasonable salary basis;'and the exfJSt water; nice lawn and'For a great limited man time fruit i BrownHypoluxo, : Fla., ,CHARLESTON, S, C. I p ;rrl : / *'; i II :

;?*v.f allauu., ;fee"- .::,,'.received..'.tue"iald) "from'salarles'shall, said,) offices'be, thl tree.*place, all la
Paid into the road funds. of the respect. to Beach W AI.LACa., Fla. .R.- FOP Pll*>* Burn* 8ore. Send.(or Prices, ., ............. ... .. ................

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I learned that Captain DeUerry had I -eve r

paragraphs 'of 'ci i luiiV! wiUi' i e\\ cn me.andather- ," -"l) aAre &ou Ready J for

I ,tm improviilMri / +i. ESS-TEE-DEE the School aldi.ll!

l Local Interest 111)I I r'E.LOTS
Carl hiilHiick> aiirl little sou I
:\ V/E""I"'A.RE
lace relul ned ft out the g""lcrllll1urk"ta, IJ nowv
Mi jjiitni! /11; of Idrl1Y sent yeller there fur the ptixl several 1 weeks MmSchrcljnlck I V
day/ 1U thts' cut on !Luslueax.\ has been [buying goods for I ready to show
Note the new advertisement of the ,the Schrebnick stoie. The new stock
half begun in and our new line of Children'a .
famous "J 17 in locluy'o Tropical Suu.Mi to arrive quantities !
the film haS put on a slaughter sale WILL CUREDANDRUFF
M W Garret i "t 11 up fimii' 1\11. Wearables for .
which wIll!) lust for a few days. Bargains.
nun Sunday audspent the l.p 1 1 with bi> I
: family lire being offered in domestics, outings i school time at prices ...
Oiea, percales curtain scrims,
Mr Jas R. AbrattK. of the entrrprisJug '
< awls. >-ei>, g'uRhauis' all-over laces, embroideries very moderate. Here !
brut of Abrams & :Mi tier, spent Mou I
and dozens ot other arUclea.\ .
day to Miami. Call and, see tbe line of notions and i iI I are a few offerings; .
Mr\ Harry Sirlctn of the Sirkin Con:- novelties that are being offered at
1 pauy, Is spending a brief vacation. In Scbrebuick's.The .
Muiail, where be is the guest of friendf The Selz-Schwab school shoes are
ladles of the City Improvement I tbe very best in the market at
Among the prumlueul business visitor Association will serve ice cream and .
lu the city yesterday was Mr. M B. cake in the city park tomorrow afternoon $1.25 and $1,50and
well known merchant of Del ,
! Lyman a from 3 to 5 o'clock. As the pro. better grades
ray ceeds will be given to the park ituI 7

Mr Roscoe Anthony, who has been I rovement fund the patronage of a $1.75 and $2.00

spending his vacation in Georgia baa ,euerous public I is requested. Those( of novelty shades this
returned to West Palm Beach for the who! have noted tbe great improvements We have a few boys' wash suits to
close out, sizes 7 to 15 worth $1,50 in bats. Greys and
winter. that have been made in the park within t
to 1I.75.
Mr.\ E. W. J. Parrish rpent yesterday the past few menthe under the guiding sorts of tans.

in Miami In attendance upon the monthly hand of Improvement Association, I 85c Novelty shapes} too. But everybody -

mating of the county board of public will doubtless be" pleased to encourage Cant wear them. Plenty of
A few boys' shirt waists worth :350
instruction. the ladies In their good work, and those and who and lots of
Factory For SaleIN 350 to close out at the chaps can,
who have not been so fortunate as to
Miss Josie Lindley the!! ,(uest of Mrs. others for the fellows who can't.
note the made will d't' well to 19c'Motbers'
Bigelow for a few weeks before going to take advantage of the social tomorrow WEST PALM BEACH You're bound to strike it right; in an
West Palm Beach for the winter.( -De- Friend shirt waists worth
afternoon and what has been done'
Land News. 75 cents at IMPERIAL HAT

t Mr. J. A. McDonald was up from Ml IIE Victor 49c
ami yesterday and spent the day looking City Councilmatter fr Talking H t'h.Prl..er.ly,kt U, )'." looki Tp'*,3.00

-. over the properties of the East Coast J.eJ Jlfachijie is a regular Boyr' fine all wool Russian Blouse .. r.
Hotel Company. II Sunshine Fac- suits worth $3.s and $4 on .
) under consideration, requesting
_ Miss Nealie Miller arrived Monday that if they felt that his choice was not tory.." X There are no $2.75 ANTHONY. E3 R 0 S.
night from Miami and will spend the a good one, or that they could do better,
dull when West Palm Beach Fla-
t week in West Palm Beech, the guest of they advise him. The matter. was taken days you These Are All New Goods .

f; Mr and Mrs. E. E. Geer. under consideration.The have one in your home.

1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Pope,of Miami, bond of Wilbur W.. Hendricksonas Come and hear a few
I spent Sunday in the city, the guests of marshal and collector, with Geo. 'V.Lailihart .
f Mr. and Mrs. Emil D, Anthony They and J. R. Anthony, Jr.. as I songs by the great opera SIRKIN CO. :

it returned to Miami Sunday evening. sureties in the sum of $:2,000 was read I stars; comic recitationsand

a Mrs. J. B. Bench :and children and and approved. funny sayings.The .
board then meet "
mother, Mrs. C. E. Bacon, of West Palm Tbe adjourned to I
? 'Beach, arrived In the city Sunday and next Tuesday night. 1 r.\ c\; : II

will bd the guests of Mrs R. 'T. Boozer I 0 Q') I Beaut.iful'Lots
MONEY TO LOAN on improved city I I I
fur a few weeks.-Lake City Index. i
property Apply to H. P. Branninr, Best Machine On EarthTo West Palm Beach I
regular monthly business meet at

ins of the West Palm Beach VolunteerFire city. See It Is to Buy It Gasoline a nd I II In The New Railway Addition
Department will'be held tomorrow I
night, at 7:30.: All members of the de- Oil Delivery I
apartment are urged to be present. for street and scavenger work AT ,

JU9Dday.tbe morning oath of Mayor,office,Baker to Alderman administered will r5ti+,be N9o6 received. The up street to Monday:cleaning, October bid'!will Lake Worth Produce Co, __ It t I To the City of West Palm Beach.

w De for one man.horse and wagon with t Convenient to Bridge, Ferry Railroad '
Max Sirklu, whowaa elected ai a' member
Fresh Fruits and Produce Received
extra horse for areet sprinkling when t3a.rZ.Jistt C:1:!
of the _city council, at last week's !Jr.. I station and to the business part
require( Eight boars work per day. Dally. 1 Bakers of Bread to !Eat:
election. Mr..Slrkin sat with! the board I
The scavenger work will\ be the.me' as of tou-n. Prices Low and Terms
the .tueeiiog last night.
at regular --- ---
I heretofore,. with the privilege of the discount will be allowed
MaJ.] J. Anthony, who is at present committee reducing tbe amount ,when Easy. good -
in the FOR SALE-Fine Red Spanish Slips at '
holding an Important clerkship connection Is made to sewer lines now Hang Up for Cash
office of clerk of the circuit court at Miami being laid. The right is reserved/ to reject (3 50 per thousand f..o. b. cars at West
spent Sunday in West Palm Beach j any and all bids. By'order Jupiter in bulk. C. P. Jackson Neptune Your Card
with relatives. While here be was the Street Committee. Florida. aas im For plats and information apply to
at: and Our
guest of his son and daughter, .Mr. and We have some good acclimated draftor Wagon
Mra. Emil D. Anthony Santa Claus Coming. farm horses for sale at reasonable Will Do The Rest ,

Tbe artificial stone manufacturing Advices( from Santa Claus state that price.. Call and see them.CAMBBELL. Agent Florida. ,East Coast Railway Land Department
establishment of Laiuhart & Potter has he Is on his way Ito West Palm Beach, & MONROE
this week been equipped witn a power and will teach here about Dec;. 1st. I West Palm Beach, Florida.

concrete mixer. The machine Is being Following his custom or several years, + ..
+aw++ave++ --- % ,
Installed and will eudble the firm to be will\! make his headquarters at DOS- O

not only Increase tbe output of stone TKR'Siin Masonic tluildmg. In the ;
but manufacture a better quality meantime Doster is showing a full line aco J'2rl.zcJ'2rl.zc_- .- N/NNN...NNN.N.NNNNNNNN. .N.NN.NNe2

Mr. Geo. G. Currie received Monday of household necessities,furnishings and

r% from the Secretary of State at Tallahassee -I notions at popular prices. Rememberthe painting, ]Yaps JJanging, Graining, Vaaa.is7ting -. We Have ,BuildingMatettial :
a charter for the Currie Investment place, DOSTER'S.DELRAY.
j. Jialsominixig and GlazingAll
Company, The charter has been recorded I

in the office of clerk of the circuit ITEMSJustice Work first Class aid, 1 LtV. Your. Or v .
court at Miami, and the newly organized l 3ekr.baleka' Store :

company is now a full-fledged cor- i

; poration.Under the direction of the street committee erecting of the handsome. Peace H. J.residence WackermanIs on Wast :1a.'z1n ]3saoh We Get. Together? f fEAST'

the work of building 3:4 feet of avenue.
concrete sidewalk was commenced this The Rev. Frederick febler, of tbe I '

i week In front of the filunyon property, German Luthern church, who bas,been --.I COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. i

on the east side of Narcissus street, between visiting in New York ,and other places QU
Pomclana and Binj-an btreets. in tbe north for the past three months, : BEACH, FLORIDA t

The new walks will be a great improve retuiued home Thursday evening.F. NNN.N.NN NN..NN..NNN_..NNNNNN.N.

ment to that part of the city. W. Chapman, former proprietor of 11
the Chapman House and now connected i iS3 .._ .
Tbe cottage: on the west aide of Olive '''"'''"
street, between Datura and Evemia with the Currie Investment Company, I
streets, belonging to H. B. Yarborough, of West Palm Beach has purchased a i G. G. '
is being neatly repainted and repaired. house in that place and will remove iIS A nice Buggy.or Carriage to take a drive Company

J It has been leased to Miss Anna Met- there at an early date. A good Saddle Horse for a canter or exercise:: ,I

calfe. Mrs. Larsen and her little! daughter,, Goods Delivered or Hauling of any kind done, call on i
The Currie Investment Company com Lillie, of Dania, are visiting Proprietor s FHMILY GROCERIES

menced Monday morning the work of and Mrs. Eliaaen:; of tbe Chapman House. THESTABLE .. .

removing the eight small cottage from A meeting of the tax payers and voters Fancy 'Food ProductsGrain
I" I, Clematis and Railroad avenues to the was held Wednesday evening( for the THAT .
i new colored town of Tiffany north of purpose of looking over the matter of '

tbe city limits' The cottages are being; incorporating this place. Acbordlng to :TREATS YOU RIGHT and Provisions. ,
moved, one at a time on a large truck. tbe census taken a few month ago, .

Judge Rowan, the well known restaurant Dolray now has a total population of s>: < Dogs, Guns and Guides furnished for Hunting Parties
man, is planning to make several Including the colored people. A committee We send drivers with you if:you wish BLOCK" ,

improvements his restaurant building consisting of J. S. Sandy, John HI i Horses are boarded agd well taken care of '
? opposite the Seminole Hotel. Tbe S. Wuepper and Fred JFenno was appointed Transients fed at time West Palm ,:Beach, Florida
building will be moved back a distanceof to look into the details of the any

three feet to 'make room far a new matter. __ WE :$ELL WOOD and deliver It to you c, .. .
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concrete sidewalk. It Is then proposedto
Editor Walton: of tbe East Coast Advocate
raise it several feet, remodel and repaint CAHPBELU&JV1ONROE -

_'r i making a more attractive.house. winter ,hotel has just in;;Titu completed Ule..which a handsome be has "n"nrnr' "irnt" ," ''r"r"'r"'t1''r" ',' ,afU1T"! "?"Unrnnm1nm1rnrnUe '

County Superintendent of Public In- leased for a good rental. It is called One Block North of Bank Weak Palm BeAch, Florida -
itruction R E. Hill,is spending today "Tbe,Sterling," and located) near the :: Tle i el
'M .. pharmacy
in the'cUy, having come np from Miami depot. .-. a
last night. He is accompanied by Mrs. = :
Hall and they are guests of Mr. and SAVED, HIS LIFE.
Hall ia :: Solicits YOUR: : Trade.
Parrish. Mr
Mrs. E. W. J.
J. W. Davenport. Wing, Ky., writes, I
making an official visit to the local June 14, 1902: '"I want to tell you I believe FABER BROS.SELL
this bis first visit'alnce( .
schools, being .
i Ballard's Snow Liniment saved my We give
the opening of the teim. life. I was under the treatment of two you ,Drugs at Moderate,

The steamer Palm Beach which sailed doctors,'and they told me one,tof my ONLY THE PUREST i ;Prices, putup: by aJ&egisteredPharmacist.:
from New York two or three weeks ag<>, lungs was entirely gone,'and the other

is expected to reach West Palm Beach badly affCcted. 'I also had a lump on GROCERIES = Mp1\S . ::i
f about the jtb 'of the present month. my aide.. I don't think that I could have ( ::I
is in lived two months longer. I in- '
v The trim little vessel command of over was

t its owner, Capt. J.T. DeBerry. As soon heed by a friend to try Ballard's Snow ZAPF ,BLOCK OPPOSITE( FERRY : : Try, our Candy: Soda, and .Ic; ,*\ Cream_ .|

i as it reaches home the boat will be_pnt Iinimegt.The first 'application gave ,
on the ways for a thorough overhaulingfor I lie great relief; two fifty cent bottle* :: ,q- .:::I
the winter business" and about the I ured: me sound and well. ,A,Post.(Card W ill'Rring,+ Our Order, Jllan'.to Your : ,A..O.' .RIEGEU

i tfrst of January will be placed la 'commission H fa a wonderful medicine and I rec.tnm Dog Give Us a Trial 'J Graduate fraw York College' of
as a/erry boat between this city( ,)> ncl\ it tl*suffering humanity. | ; imJIIJlIlIIjIIJI rZr"i

I and the East Side. While North it. i.j is Sold by-At G, R elet. _. IIJIIIli
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